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Cards and Societies
r7kl ND TRADES. ALFHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
lt, "iJV 'troubles, catar
Ti 'Hf"0? T,n.irl bearing.
KiirrD M D HOMEOPATHIC
1Ei.'wMn Offlce In Judd
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. It.
oieem m oecrei society nan, second and
lourin lursnays in eacn raontu. All visit
ing Sir Knights cordially Invited. J. a
Kees. Itecord Keeper; K. D. Kstabrook,
I'ISNDLETON LODOE, NO. 52, A, P. AND
A. H meets Unit and third Mondays of
each month. Visiting brethren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, W M. ; Jos H. rarkea. Bee.
I'ENDLBTON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor, nt P.. F. F. Wnmsley, secretary,
meets second nud fourth Prldaya of each
month In Masonic hall.
Lt.rjrr ROOM 17 ABBOCIA-I
MKr'S ' . .1,. 031 i real-:
lac. bUCk 1C1
" Bpeclaltle. eye, ear, nose
WWln Savluga Bank build
K i KEYnS. OSTEOPATHIC
Otto one block went of post
DAMON LODOE, NO. 4. KNIGHT OP
i-yiuias. ij. iv. ueld, C. C. ; It. W.
Fletcher, Iv of It. and S. Meeta every
Monday In Secret Society hall.
MODERN WOOMEN OF AMERICA.
Tutullla Camp, No. 0300. Meets Bret
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' hall. Oeorge A Uamblln, Con
sul; G. A. Robblna, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF TIIE "WORLD REGULAR.
h J ..... hi.o... I meetings or renuieton camn. No. 41. w.
SJi ,.r n.-i'of W are held In Secret Society hall every
ItcHLY. jUIYflRUAK AND BUR
lc&',M.r.in nini-k. Tolenhona
, a L'i-rnt" - r
tr BLAKESLEE, CHRONIC
always welcome. J. E
Fitzgerald, c. v.
Visiting neighbors are
jiforn, uieri; Tnos.
PENDLETON CIRCLE NO 527, WOMEN OF
Woodcraft, meets every Frldav ovenlng at
Hendrlx IIhII, All visiting neighbors re cor-
Kai'HsMM " diseases wo-, Guardian Neighbor; Eva Fletcher, Clerk,
K k.lMlne. corner Main and
Pamu 'nhnnit main 721 : Ilea
, Uliiv V" "
tEconotny is Wealth
Save money on your fuel and
nave your Home or place of busi
ness always comfortable by using
HOT AIR, STEAM, HOT WATER
1 he genuine Boynton Furnaces
are the most successful, oldest and
most economical heating devices
on thj market. Manufactured by
the oldest and largest heater man
ufacturers in the United States.
Let us figure with you and show
you how much we can save you.
Cottor wood Street, between Alta
and Webb streets.
LIQUID I STORK
BOARD AND LODGING.
EMPIRE LODGING I10U8K, CORNER OP
I E. Court and Johnson streets. Qood
' large, clean rooms with comfortable bed.
Rates 23c and 50c a night. Thoa. Smart,
HOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Board by the day or week.
Good table seL Rates $4 and 5 per week.
Pendleton Feed Yard In connection. U
THE ST. OEOROE RESTAURANT RKGO
lar meals 25 cents. Short orders a specialty.
Open day and night. T. A . Oldf ather. Prop.
THAT ARE TO BE SEEN.
Prof. Batty at the Frazer Monday
Night The Most ..Extraordinary
Property Known to Science Has
No Equal in the Chemical World.
On next Monday nltrht. at the onera
hpuso, Prof. Batty will give experi
ment with llauld air. To term It a
lecture Is to misname It, as the audi- lodging and boakding rouse; rooms
ence win be Given nearly two hours ;.V luus " "giu nouaeiceping, . v.
L , I, Sullivan, proprietor, Cott nwool streot. next
of experience In the laboratory of a to Wheeler's Photo Gallery.
Scientist, mill that c-trmtlcl s ..i
adent mnnlm.lAtnr nr tho mc ! THE wniTE LODGING HOUSE, 301 SOUTH
uuepr. manipulator or the most won- Main street Mrs. Mary Williams, Prop.
THE 8TRAHON ROOMING HOUSE SIS MAIJi
street, Mrs It. E. Coopsr, Prop. Everything
new and strictly flrnt class. RMes 2Te, S0O and
E)KS AND BROKERS.
ftfOXAL BANK OF ATHENA,
Cipitil, 150,000; surplus and
Imo. Iattrest on lime aepoam.
lulm and domestic exchauce.
Lmnttr attended to. Henry
It Birnetc. casnier; r. o.
fcffilS' DANK OF WESTON,
(Ortteo. von n Keuerai Dana-
ai Kicaange oougnr ana sa;u.
Eiramptly attended to. R.
UeMeat: George W, Proebstel,
at; J. inure, luuicr , ui-
I'j Birtmau, u. ai. jonna, x.
i.8. Orsw. 3. V Kllgnre. Robert
KlETON' SAVINGS HANK,
fcOrwon. urganised Marcn l,
ad, W.OOO ; aurplua, $00,000 ;
fcced on time depoalta. Bx-
lit'ijd aom on an principal
Hil attention given to col
t. ). Furnish, president ; J. N.
HUtit; T. J. Morris, cashier;
to, ujlstant cashier.
mHU, nANK TJF PENDLE
tal. 170.000: surnlus. J05.000.
t l rural banking bnslness. Ex
ln!rrai)hlc transfers sold on
iu rranclaco. New York and
ttmb tne riortnwest. uraits
t LI-IL i riynii unci unroiic. -t i
i n nuonanie terma. mvi m
riatiw. p. Matlock, vlce-presl-
llTlJe, caahler; H. F. Johnson,
lirOHAS, DENTIST, OFFICE IN
llUUi. 'Phone red 71.
i,1Si DENTIST, OFFICE IN AO
oa biosk ei Bchmldt'a new drug
iFhcme rea 211.
FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
IIAILEY & LOWELL, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In' Deapaln Block.
RALLERAY. & McCOURT, LAWYERS, AS
CARTER & HALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In Savings Bank building.
HENRY J. DEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association Block, Pendleton, Oregon.
E. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY' AT LAW. Ill
L. B. REEDBH, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
N. BERKELEY, ATTORNEY
Office In Association Block.
n. E. COLLIER, LAWYER, OFFICE
rdoms 7 and 8, Association, building.
STILLMAN A PIERCE, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Mr. Stlllman has been admitted to
practice In United States patent offices
and makes a specialty of Patent Law.
Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 18, Association
R. 8 HRYflwN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW; OOL.
lections and insurance. Office In E O.'bulld-
R.J. SLATER, ATTORNEY, ROOMS 425 JUDD
BOOT MD SHOE REPAIRING.
r. nnHENUWAT.r). the old RELIABLE
Shoemaker. First-class repairing with
best materials. Shop in rear of Dlndlnger
Wilson ft cu.
JOHN WILSON, FIRST-CLASS SHOB-
maker and repairer. Beat material used
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta Bt.
IH1TECT8 AND BUILDERS.
ft ft WARD. ABCHITECT AND SU-
Itcnoest, mits nfflplete and rella
ht tot buildup a tne city or coun
Mm IT ivx niiaiag.
1 COLS, CONTRACTORS AND
atlaitM furnished on short
Jit Wat t specialty. Prompt
utiof m am street near Alain.
AT, CONTRACTOR AND BUILD-
iBcttaita fnralsbed on all kinds
, cemeat wilts, atone walla, etc.
ram meat uregonian office.
WDTMAS, ABCHITECT AND SU-
wt. 0001 10, Association
PLASTERINO ADD PH.
- 'Ctsmt walks a specialty. Es-
ms ni. work guaranteed.
I it Bsdlev and ZthnAr'a rlirar
i ot., r. u. BOX IV.
SO. RAnnRn arrno inn
HXslj istreet, three doors north of
"ini ciass service.
AJ. PARLnnfl.' cnmiT arc
fteitol Golden Rula Hotel. J.'
, ui.. t in Yorxmen, ovory
IITARY BARBER SHOP, DK8-
aprovemenU; all tools sterfl"
LIVERY AND FEED 8TABLE8.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND BALK
Stable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for fine
.tnrnoms. aDie iib ahb sireei.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALES STABLE, A. C,
Dreuar. I'rnn.. Old Bomnle Stable 723 Cotton'
wood street; careful attention given to horses
loit Willi us.
FEED AND SALES STABLE, LIND8EY & DOTY
Pmn ; Old Bemnle Stable. 72.1 Cottonwood
street; careful attention given to hones left
COMMERCIAL STABLES, 0. U. FROOME
Prop. Livery, feed and boarding. All
dnds of turnouts. Competent driver. Op
posite Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone main 161.
OREGON PEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
nron. i Special care elven to horaea left
with me. Lower Webb street 'Phone
MAPLE BROS., 217 COURT STREET,
General Electricians, dealers Id elec
trleal supplies. Houses, stores, wired (or
ilectrle lights, bells or telephones. Elec-
rlcal fixtures of all klnda. Get our prices.
'4'patr work a specialty,
W. S. BOWMAN, LEADING PHOTOGBA-
nher of the city. Harveat views. In
dlan photos for sale. Finishing done for
amateurs. Main St., near bridge, 'Phoae
CAPITAL2AND SURPLUS $300,00011
UUs Grain, Provisions, Slcoks, Bonds and Gotten for
Cash or Future Delivery
Mj,tovernment, municipal and miscellaneous securities. Own-
ung tne most extensive private wire system in the world we
' .l&tg6 Or small nrHnns mnpa nrnmnHv nnri antlnfftftnrv than
Sctm. " " " " '
fwteo to execute orders when limits are reached. Wo do not
kS? .We for more than n0 margin you place In trade. We
P.'HWest for carrrinir lone stocks
P", c per bushel; stocks of 1 per cent
our uook or Htatlstlcs and Dolly Market tree, write
trERENCE; 75 National anW Aa Rinkt
SSAL REFERENCE: Pendleton 8avlno Bank.
Vlrtll' Bank of Oomnterce Building, Minneapolis, Minn., Bx-
tfirt-V vncipM towns and clues or tno Noruxwwi, mciuomg
LJJ i Pullman, RIttvllIe, Dayton, Walla Walla, Moscow, Pendle-
vuuiniciion io romand, Tncoma, seatue, Everett ana
if . v
I'!" offlceB 80 Pen tra(Je or.?ccol"t with us yon can operate it
P Office, Room 4, .Association Block. 'Phone Maln fibi. '
G. MAJOR. Manager
THE BEER THAT MADE
UNEQUALLED MR TflBtB USav
All kinds of imported lunches,
hot wiener wurst, sauerkraut and
pigs feet at
tiOHLEB & GO'S
Main Streets near Postoffice
All kint'" 'or all purposes.
Sash, 1 Doors, and Blinds.
Planing of all descriptions done
Don't place your order 01
Building Material until you have
aeriul accnt of recent discovery. To
tee tlie invisible and Intanelble at
mosphere reduced to a dense, bluish
liquid, possessed ot many wonderful
properties; to see the operator plunge
his hnnti3 without harm into a sub
stance 312 degrees below zero- to see
neel burnine in this fluid with th
brilliancy of fireworks, strawberrios
in the same fragile dish meantime be-
frozen into ley bullets: to see a kettle
1 of liquid air violently boiling on Ice,
these and many other paradoxes are
better than tricks of leserdemaln.
Liquid air in general appearance Is
like water. If poured on the floor,
or on ice, it flics steaming from It
like water from a red hot stove, and
Is quickly transformed Into ordinary
air. Even In winter our air is so
much warmer than liquid air that It
causes the latter to Instantly ex
pand. If liquid air is contained in a
vessel tightly closed, the expansion
of the contents will y.use the vessel;
to Durst, just as a Doner would ex
plode If the pressure of steam should
become too great, and there should be
A kettle of liquid air Is placed on
a gas stove, becomes at once coated
with ice even right over the flame.
The ice does not melt no matter how
hot tho flame, as lone as there Is suf
ficient liquid air in the kettle.
If a vessel of liquid air is set on a
cake of ice. the liquid air will boil
like water in a kettle over a gas
stove, the temperature of the Ice and
the surrounding air being much high
er than the boiling point of liquid air
that no further heating is necessary
to produce the change. Alcohol which
freezes at a temperature of 202 de
grees below zero become solid if
brought into contact with liquid air.
During the process of evaporation,
nitrogen freezes itself first and the
consequence is that the remalninc
liquid, becomes richer in oxygen. This
fact is made use of in a number ot In-
terosting experiments. Steel wire
burns with a dazzling light in liquid
air ana nair reit, tin cans and gar
bage, which under ordinary circuit
stances burn with difficulty, even in
a hot name, are rapidly consumed af
ter being dipped in liquid air, n
smoke or odor arising.
Raw beefsteak, potatoes, hollow
rubber balls, rubber tubing, and other
elastic substances will be frozen to
the hardness and brittleness of glass,
and will he shattered as easily as so
many lamp chimneys. A bunch of
roses Is dipped into the fluid, and
while apparently unaffected by the
frosty bath, crumble like tiny Icicles
wnen the hand passed over them,
Nails are driven with a hammer made
of frozen mercury and many other ex
penments quite as marvelous are
uouseieemnff rooms and lorivin mnrn
Good comfortable rooms and clean, well kept
beds. Lodging 15 rents.
K00M8T0 RENT, 61? COLLEGE 8TREET.
FOR RENT NEWLY FURNISHED 1100M8,
well located. Call at SOT West Court Street.
CABS AND CARRIAQE8.
nUHHER TIRE HACK, NEW AND VKUT
latea atvle. for the eervlre of the onbllc.
C. D. Carlin and Jaa. 8. McKay, propa. Call
at tne Commercial livery stable or tele
phone main 101 and the hack will rati for
CITY CAB LIN"K, ERWIN BAKER, l'ROP
Telephone Main 791 Office and watting
room, Alta street, next to Savings Bank Bldg.
d union Pacific
San Francisco Veterinary College; calls at
tended to dtr or nlirht. Office at Depot
8tables; phone Rod oil.
INSURANCE & LAND BU8INE88.
J.M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS TIIE OLDE3T
ana most Teuame nre and accident msur
anee companies. Office with Hartman Ab
JOE H. PAEKES, OFFICE COTTONWOOD
St Opera house block tland office bus
iness, such as filing ot claims and Initiating
contests a specialty.
JOHN IIAILEY, JR., U. S. LAND COM
mlssloner Specialty made of land filings
and proof: Insurance and collections. Of
flce In Jndd building, room 10.
GEORGE O'DANIEL. NEW AND SECOND
hand goods bought and sold. Conrt St.,
Opera house block. Call and see htm.
V STROttLE, DEALER IN SECOND-
hand goods. If there la anything yon
need In new or second-hand furniture.
stoves, granite ware and crockery .call and
set ilia prices, no ziz uonrt street.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT
and sold; pawnbiakers;monev advanced on
all ktnda of articles. Waters Sherry, props.,
782 Cottonwood street
oarART Tlmo SnlitMlulo aaatvi
roa From I'omlleton rao
Portland Portland Special No. 1 The last
8 -.10 am H:C0a,ta.
Chicago Chicago Special No. 2 Portias
:S0pm 5 :10pm
l'ortlanil Mall and Expreta No.& The Beet
1 twain l'.Uasa
The East Mall and Express No.e r Portland
Pandleton' Passenger Spokaaa
Spokane Spokane Faaunger
StlSarn No. 8
Pendleton Branch i w,
Mixed Train No. 41 ISOpss
A-imnm Walla Walla Branch .
j a-wpni jjixed.Traln No. it
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates tub-
a-onn m Jcct to change.
a XO p. m. FJf B4U FrRnc"lJOO 4 M) p. m.
Ball every 6 days,
sSnda'y Columbia River iMp
8:00 pm. To Astoria, and Way Sunday
10:00 p. in.
Boats leave Portland dally, except Sunday,
(itsgo ol water permitting) for Willamette aa
Yamhill River points.
Rlparla Snake River LewUlon
4:05 a. m. Rlparla to Lewlston 7:00 a. nu
Excptlton Exert Mom
COPELAND & 80N.GENERALHLAnK8MITH8,
Home shoeing a specialty. 314 Webb 8t.
Pendleton Planing Mill an
ROBERT fORSTER, Proprietor
In 1 Its slagcu there
should bo cleauiiuvss.
Ely's Cream Unli
cleanses, soothes and h' s!s
the diseased mciu.
away a cold In the head
Cream Balm is placed Into tho nostrils, spreads
over tho membrsuo and Is absorbed. Relief Is Im
mediate aud a cure follows. It is not drying does
not produco sneezing. Large SUe, 60 eente at Drug
gists or by mall ; Trial Size, 10 cents by malL
ELY UKOraBHS. 68 Warren Street. New York
MEN AND WOMEN.
Una BU CI for unnatural
irritations or ulcerations
of iauoone umbranai,
r&isHu. aui not utrii'
.THEEYKJSCHEIKIUlCfl. gsnt or isoneu.
sk u. v , .' fi,. ' I"- wrypst.
til v r prepaid, lot
iUUni 4 itlls. 2.T3.
Clrculrjr - .it va roaaMt,
elaI t atrtotcrc
I Prwtt usuries.
Notice of Proposed Improvement of
Main Street, Between Jackson
Street and Wilson Street,
Notice Is hereby elven that at a meeting of
the Common Council of the city of Pendleton,
held on the 21st day of January, A, D. 1903, It
was ordered that Main street between Jackson
street and Wllion street be Improved by grad
ing the same the full width of the street be
tween Jackson street and Wilson street, and
constructing sidewalks on Main street on both
sides or said Main streot between Jackson
street and Washington streets, the cost of such
proposed improvement to he assessed against
lue BDUiuug properly.
Remonstrance acalnst said Droriosed Im.
provement may be filed with the City Recorder
WMQiii ieu uiti iruin ifie uaie ui inis notice,
uaieu tins uay ui jaijuary, a u lyw.
Bv Order of the Common Council.
Attest ; Thomas FitzGiiuld,
"IL TROVATORE." '
Miss Shay, Who Is Leading Lady In
This Opera Appeared Before King
Humbert of Italy.
Rose Cecilia Shay of. the Gordon.
bhay Grand Opera Company enjoys
the unique distinction of helnir thn
i i . .
oiuy American singer ever entertain
pq in the royal palace of Italy. The
honor came to her after the late King
Humbert nod heard her sintr the roie
ot Azucpna in "II Trovatore" at T.a
Scala in Milan. His majesty, like
the remainder of the audience, was
held spellbound by the dramatic force
Bid realism of the young mezzo-so
pranos impersonation of the vengeful
gypsy who abducted the child Man-
rico. Humbert commanded that she
appear in the small theater attached
to the palace in Rome. Miss Shay
obeyed, and appeared alone before
the entire court She gave scenes
from "II Trovatore," "Cavalleria
Rustlcana," "I Pagliacci',, and "Alda."
When she had ' ended and the roval
applause had spent Itself she was re
ceived by Queen Marghareta herself.
while such honor was frequently
given ny wueen victoria to foreign
singers, it was quite unheard of in
exacting and muslc-lovlng Italy until
the advent of the beautiful American
prima donna.. Miss Shay aiweays
nears this locket hidden under her
plcturesquo gypsy garb when she ap
pears In "IL Trovatore" having the
one superstition that it will bring hor
good luck. ?osslbiy this does not sig
nify, but it is a fact nevertheless,
that a majority of critics say she is
undoubtedly the greatest Azecuna
since Schalchl, At the Frazer. Wed
nesday, January 28.
TYPEWRITERS AND 8UPPLIE8,
r. 8. MERRILL, SPOKANE. WASH,
Acent New Densmore. Second-hand type-
filters, supplies, mining, repairing.
BPOONEMORE, THK EMPLOYMENT AGENT
and Messenger men. If yon want employ
ment or help, or reliable messenger service at
alllours.callon him, 320 Court St., Phone
bTAR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 638 MAIN ST.;
If you need beln or seek employment call on
us. Phone Main 1011.
WANTED - HOUSEWORK BY TnE DAY
Call on on or address Mrs. II. Huntington.
701 West Alta St.
Notice of Proposed Improvement of
East Court Street.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting ol
the Common Council of the City of Pendletoa
held on the 14th dav of January. A. D 1903. It
was oraerea mat esji court street, Deiween
the west side of Mission street and the eastern
bonndary line of the Reservation Addition to
the Town of Pendleton, be Improved br Trad
ing the same with crushed rock, the cost Of
suen improvement to tie assessed against tne
Remonstrance acalnst said nrososed Im-
nrovement may be filed with the Cltv Recorder
witnin sen aaya irom tne aate oi tma notice.
By order of tne common council.
Attest; Taos. Frrz Gerald,
Dated the 16th day of January, A. D. 1903.
F. P. WAMBLEY, Agent, Pendleton.
Notice of Proposed Improvement of
Cosble Street, Between Alta Street
and Court Street.
Notice Is berebv given that at a meeting of
th Common Council of the City of Pendleton,
held on the 21st day of January, A D. 1903, It
waa ordered that Cotble afreet between Alta
atreet and Court atreet be improved by tne
construction of a wooden sidewalk on the east
side thereof between said Alta atreet and Court
street, the cost of snch Improvement to be as
sessed against the abutting property.
iiemonstrance against saia propoiea im
provement maybe filed with the City Recorder
within ten days from the date of this notice.
ustea tms zsa aay oi January, a . v. iwn.
By order ot the Common Council.
Attest: Tiioifis FmGnULD,
-ETTiv Oricluol uuJ Only. Ccuulue
iTIvaA WtiHtiitrii lieHivai, !! tot K& rear.
Tor iii. ' ' no fw.Misnii is
HEU u - - -W4 with
blue r'V u'mt KeluA
MulihtflUlltM' ' VI 'l AlkVWf
ili'ulua a. '1 , ,i. tl.uslila'fc
for I-wdW. t rctaru JtitM, oM br tl
Urugzltt. Clttfliritit-r rilratlcatl V
Babbit Metal, best In the world, In
bars. Price, 81 per bar, at the East
route for ,
Chicago, Ht, Paul, Bt. Louis, Kau
sas City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, aud
All Points East and South
I'ortlaud and polnti
on tho Sound
Leave Pendleton, dallv ezcent Bnudava ai
Arrive renaieion Monday, weaneaday ana
Arrive Pendleton Tuesday. Thnradav aa4
Saturday 939 am.
Leave Walla Walla dally, east bound, 11 90 pas.
Arrive Walla Walla dally, west bound, 8:43 ass.
For Information regarding rates and aoona
negations, call op or address
VY, A1IAHD, A CVI1 h,
8. B. OALDIEHEAD.G I'.A.,
Walla Walla, Wash,
Pullman Sleephi? Cors,
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Bleeping Cars.
and all points East and Boutu
rbioosb tickets to Janan and China, rla
sacoma iua fiurtcern rac
ana American uue,
Paclflo Steamship C,
Trains leave Pendleton dallv azeaci fteaau!
For Inrther lulormatton, lima cards, toaiM
and tlokets, call on or writ W. Adams, Past,
dletoa, Oregon, or A. D, OHAULTON,
iniro ana uornson nil., foruana, vt.
Cheap Rates Westbound.
Prom February IB to April 30, 1903.
Inclusive, the O, R. & N. Co. will
hnve on sale tickets from Missouri
River points to Pendleton for $22.50;
from St Paul J25.00: from St. Louis,
S27.B0. Call on the O, R. & N. ticket
upent for- full particulars.
Mornrion Bishop' I'M IS m Lata ta m over m
Cnurcn 4uui utit unuwct ftntuu cures tuc waA tutt I
4 wot avritinaf loru ftitcvla
en Hu-HHM, wwiwju, cxcesKt, it wBuvKuij;! ouros tost Mannoowi Im
potenoy. Lost Power. Nlght-Lotaet, Opermntorhooii Insornnla, Pnlna
In mack, ttvll Doslei, aamlnal emlaaiona, l-iirr.v Jaoi, Nervpua D"
blllty. Hendachtlnrltnoae to Marry, Lpaaof irVV aoinin, VnrTcocela,
or Odnsi cation, etops. cjulRkneaa'of T5lo Brill cfiiirsoJ Bon Hip
vou.Tvyltolilna or cVellrtA t'W n lwa7 " Ifjiltl r-nyuit ,' ,.i iMiurt
very niBCUoo. Ovur trtt ou.iHy nt. a ctt, l A t . i. s T , l . tiec in,ll. bnibwlaoal
r inr.lsco. OaL
SOLD BV TALLMAN i CO,, DRUQQI8T8, PENDLETON, ORMGM,
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