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THE BEND BULLETIN.
in-.ND ORI'.GON. FRIDAY, MAY ?a, 1908.
Expected that llarriman
Will .Soon Get IJiisy.
More Nevm about tho Latest Hlectrlc
Road -I ho Southern Pacific Will
llullil to Lnkcvlevv.
There ntc many who believe tlut
xnmi'tliliiK definite will be done tins
vttir in 1 Ik wu v of building a railroad
Into Central Oregon. Judgfug
from the "aigus of the times" there
is much to give these people en
couragement. The lliillctin lias It from a most
reliable souice that J. l. O'llrlen.
general muuagrr of the O. K. t N
iiiitl president of the Corvtillls &
Haslet 11, recently told a Demi man
that If that $100,000,000 of new
Itondu to Ik? isiuctl by the Union
Pacific I.ikIk 11 ready market, a
portion of it will be used to build a
tine up the Deschutes river to the
llcml country. There in no doubt
but thnt Uic IxJiiiW will find a read
vile, as note Harrinmn's reply on
May 10 to u ipicHtiou regarding
rallro.nl htmttrev He. said; "The
roads nre nble to get all the money
ucccwry to flnnucc them; in lact
tlicy can fiuaiue themselves now."
O' Hrien is anxious to build ami
will do so as nooii as his chief gives
pcriniiwiloti, and llarrtmau will give
the glnd word as soon as the neccs
nary funds nre available.
Another move in the rniltond
Hue Is the formation of a $13,000.
000 coiMriitHiti by Hiurimau men
to build a road into Lakcview from
California. Tins is of interest to
thin M-ction hs it is generally lc
lieved mull a toad will Ik: extended
to con net with the Oregon Ivusteru,
uud thnt tncHim that the Oregon
Unstcrtr will mmjii 1c built, nil of
which directly affects the railroad
kittialiou of this section Further
uir lieu Urn regarding this line will
be found Lelow.
And then there is the electric
Hue which In to build from Condon
to Mend u Madras. This concern
recently filed utick bf incorKira
tlou, tcgaidint; which the Portland
A company including a nnntl-r ((
iuaHilMrni citUens of Portland and tbr
hUmi! shuu tw incorporated today
or im purfMHc ( promoting coMaleuo
litMi (( kyttvttl of rhrctnc railway
that mIII U I lie vnllt region embraced
Uy tin- i)rcttuts attd J "It n Day river
from Condon ninth to lktd. They luvr
tltw! tlmr lanital ftlock at f j.uni.acti,
mid Hill uudvilake to IkMt a Until ih
m( f ij,uoo,iu among eautcru fhinnciers
tii cyttrui-t and vmilp the railroad, ami
Uil 14 two power plain.
TImt iierufated iimui' uf the com
pany I the U'tMCti Ithrctrtr Jfe Water
l'iHr comiuMiv. Tlw Incorporators
urr ('forgo h. Ctirteiilcr uf the ImiiLIiik
firm o( Sliener V Carpenter, I'uwil,
U'hevter county, P. T. Ilurltmrt, of the
I'mnloii National ImIiL-, C.illlain county,
and Murk W. ('.Ill uf Portland. Mr
Caiirlilrr l alalnl fur the position of
prcatdvuiof the eoiiiMiuy and Mr. Hurl
Wirt fur tie.tMiter. Among the dlrec
tut will he W. II. C.rTn.Uulf. !r
Ketnev, K. I.. Duimld. II. J. Martin, O.
II. lUtliam.y. K. I1. Silmiv, Churle W.
Lord, 1' H. Miimii, Portland, mid I Hoi
tun of AiiU'luiie. MeMrs. (irimUtaif,
ICeMliity ami Oil I will Im Ire irclili'iil.
It Is prutMUHMl to UitM mi elei'trh'
ImiI ljejllililiiu itt CoihIoii, the iiieM-nt
teniilami i the Arliiiitton-loiiiloii
liiHiH-h uf the Oivfiou UnilDNid V Nv
JKHtimi ioHiMiiy, mid run Miath and
Mt to the itiiilhiunco of the John Pay
mid Pine Creek, llimicv to Anti-hirM- and
on to the Ik-vclmteti rier ami 11011th
throaxh the Agency Pliiiim country and
Milr to the town of Uoml. Tiny will
Imllil lirHiichix to Iliiwiml mid lnyillc,
furmliiK iiractldlly a lilt; loop that
will talc in tin-entire country that i
formerly intended to he tupped hy the
talkeibuf exteimiou of the Culiiinlilu
The !-) Mile lmtucli will tup nil Im.
iiicnwc Klievp and eattle eountry in
lirnnt lotttity, now rcmoto from mil
roud t rniib)itr tntlon lint yielding a lurj;c
loiiniij;o ol livufclock, anil capable of pro.
duoliiK Kd crops of nraln.
The i'oiiiay's power will lie ucner
ated from two tihintH, which It u pro.
txi.Hil to IhiIIiI on the llc.chntcH mid
John Day rhem. The John Day dam
will helmilt aiKifcct IiIkIi mid 300 feet
loni( In a box cmiyon near l'inu crevk
mid the water will be tnkeu out through
a tuigicl in the tilde of the canyon and
dropped 100 feet upon turbine wheel.
The iIhui will raise the water ton tevel
loo fret higher limn the tunnel lumit,
unil form 11 Inke that will fiitnlnh a anf
fli lent nuppl)' of natrr illlthi),; the mid
KUliuiier m;iimi when tin- John )ny
rher I low. Till lke will upreuit to a
width of three mllcn mnl length n(
liinr mllm, coveriiiu i(orrnnieiit laniU
that the lonipmiy hn alremly lileil iimhi
for thin patMiK' 'Ihe plant will irn
luce h ininlimun of 2o,unn hore puwer
all the year.
The other lilniil will In' hnllt In n
ftlniilur Niv cunv'in hi the I)rlnilr
liver Hi the t llllut lire of 'I null creek,
ami a lit 'id will Ik Heeuied tlmt will U
i'nmhle of developing Oo.ouo horne
Will ItullJ to t.nkcvlcw.
A railroad eotup.iuy with $i,,
ooo.rxxi capital has been incoejMir
ated to build a road f'nin Lake
county, Oregon, to connect with
1 In- main lute of the Southern Pa
1 fie at Anderson, 11 few inlk'ssouth
of IteddiiiK, California. It becomes
apputetit tlirotiuli this Inove that
the Southern Pacific's plan is to
draw Southern Oreon'.H trnflie to
The Incorporators of the new
road tire H K- Calvin, general uir.ti
.Ker r the Southern Pacific's Cnli
foruia lines; William Hood, chiel
engineer of the Southern Pacific's
system; W. I Ilerrin, Keuernl nt
toruey, and W II Siott.
The ro.vl will be known an the
f.oose I.ake Hi Southern, lucor
ixiratioii article) Imve been filed in
the California counties through
which the line will be built. I'roin
Anderson the Hue will run in a
northeasterly direction ami follow
the Pitt river to the southern ex
tremity of Cook- Lake, thence pro
-ceding nlotiK the east shore of
(loose Luke into Lakcview, but
with a fctrniiK prolhibility that It
will he built on northward to con
nect with the Oregon Knstern
which ik to be built by the Oregon
Short Line from Vale to Natron.
It is said surveys and preliminary
arrangements on the Goose I.nkeci
Southern have been completed, and
that construction work is expected
to begin any duy. Portland Jour
WILL TAKII CIJNSUS.
I). I. A l' Co, to Collect Information
Ucenrillne lis SeRrcjratlon.
The I) I. & I'. Co. will begin next
week the work of taking n com
plcte census of its entire segrega.
tiou, .Men will be .sent out and
every house and ranch will lie. visit
ed The census will include the
names and number of each family,
how tunny acres in cultivation ami
the number of acres into different
crops, Mich n alfalfa, wheat, oat.s,
clover, etc ; also the number of
acreM in fruit; it will include the
nttmlier of horses, cattle uud hogs,
the .school dUtrict in which each
farm is located, and the location of
the ranch ns to .section, township
It it readily seen that n census of
thitt untitle will give a great ntnount
of very valuable information.
tlooi Words for Wilson.
I'rcil W. Wilson, the republican
nominee for disttict attorney, needs
no introduction to the people of
Wasco and Crook counties mid the
voters of nil parties arc glad to have
the opportunity of voting for Mr
Wilson for this office, lie has lived
in Wasco county from his boyhood
days till manhood's estate and has
endeared himself with all who have
come to know him. In the practice
of law hu has been singularly .suc
cessful and has taken part in the
most important litigation of recent
years in this district and will bring
to the district attorney's office n
training which eminently qualifies
him for this duty. As deputy dis
trict attorney he has, participated in
nil the momcutuous criminal cases
which have attracted wide attention
in our county atitl has performed
his part in 11 way that 1ms brought
him the confidence and respect of
the people. This is the first time
Mr. Wilson has ever been a can
didate, for office and the Chronicle
is satisfied the voters will rally to
his support ina generous manner on
election day. There will be no mis.
take made in his election, The
If you want a brand new sewing
machine, direct from the factory,
at u great reduction in mice, you
should call at this office. Wc have
otic for sale,
A SOCIAL EVENING
(list Couple Celebrate 10th
SANTIAM PASS IS NOW OPIIN
Travelers Come itcruni from the Val
ley, hut Have a Hard lime of It,
Other N'elKlihorhnoil Item.
Cist, May 18 Mr. mid Mr a. Oniric
Cm miii ie!e'imlii! their tenth wiiMIiik
HintUerMry last Jswinlay ertdnj. Quite
a uiimliritaOierel there for theorcaaioa.
Mr. and Mr Carton were well pre
Kwnl for their nmiiy friend At 7 p
m. the 1II11111K room door was th'own
ojieii and, O. tut I the tnhlc fairly riwried
with the Koxbe. After Mippcr the tnlilen
were cteiri-il and the umiie of progrir
Ur fie m the evening' probata.
I'our prut- Men. Kiven hy Mr. mid Mra.
Chiimhi, two lor the hli;hct mid two for
the loweat iiutnlier of jxihlta inaile. The
Tirtt prize to i;eilllciiien win won hv
I'ronk Ariiuhl, nliavinj( iiiii. I'lrt tirlie
to lady w n wun hy Mrs lleuiliiK.o laiiry
hell ralendar Tle luneot, the booby
pritea, were won by Mr. I'rauk Arnoll
and Arthur Templetoir. Mra. Arnold
riceitid a pin eiiaiilmi. Arthur Temple
toil a jaK-ketKUw. Alter thee cxciUns
Kaiiien were over the tables were upriail
mire more iind irr cream wrved. Mr
and Mm Carm received kevcral nice
gift, all prearnt wihlri the hot and
WleM many mum Itappy veam.
T'.Hwe prewnt weie Mr. and Mr. lieu
liiK, Mr and Mr, ttkeltort, Mr. ami
Mr Arnold. Mr. and Mr, f. I. CUt.
Mr and Mr Carwti, Arthur, IIel and
Alma TcmtileUiu, .Mr. Tuller. Karl Tul
Icr, Vem Mkeltou and Mr. Pord.
The ram of the pat day or two lus
done w tld of gitwl. In otlwr word it
make the farmer amile.
Arthur Templeton darted today for
Shmilko for freight for Sitter merchant,
Mrs Tuller and Mr. Arthur Temple
ton went to I'rlncvillc l.iit week.
The new road In th Cloenlale di
trirl will mmiii be completed.
Johnie Itdwards iiwde a pUratant call
at t.Ut Tuday
MIm idorence Philip wn a pJeKMint
vtitr at Ctal today.
10 Ittery one was
kUiI to welcome the rain
of the t few-
Three Kenllemeu, whne name ye
Kill diit mil find out, pe! thrnuKh
liere tmUy KttinK to Mend, lwvlii couie
over Ihe Suitlum nml from tlie Valley
with n tram. They report having come
over eiulit feet of miow- and were com
pelled to dfic their way out in Kcnd
HIhimmI KobetU patted throuith liere
vetteidav with two wagou loaded with
hay for the rtend market,
J. K. Wittier hat beeH roiitliiel to tlie
Iiihikc the pat week with la grippe but
U now able to lie ontaxaiu.
I'rauk Hutterworlh of Itcnd patted
thrtHish here today w ith a lixul of h.iv
(5. W. Wittier A Son had the uiUfnr
tune to (;et another colt tally cut by the
Iwrh wire one day laid week.
J. II. Itdw.inW pnel through here
one day latt week union to llciid.
It I retorted that l'.llit lidRiiiKtou will
soon return from IIimmI Kicr to take up
hi tcniilcnce on Hull Cieek ride this
time. lillis will hnc a cook with him.
Wm. linker and family mined to Ilcnd
toil.iy. Mr, linker mid daughter excct
to ieide in lluud and Mr. Maker will be
in the employ of the I). 1. .V 1'. Co. on
Pleasant Ridge Items,
l'limtunt Itidiic was welt represented
at Ihe Sunday kc1imI convention at Iiid-
taw. a ueauinui (tanner wa made mid
rieentel to the Sunday m-hool hy Mr.
I. V, lone. Mr. O. W. Hall, cm
account of tho eriout illttew of her hu-
account 01 1110 neriouo illttew ol lie
hand, was compelled to remain at I
Her paper on ''lloiv to Keep Schol
the Sunday School," which was
fully ami thoughtfully prepared, was
gracefully rendered by her daughter,
Miiw I'crn. The convention wm tatceuwi
fully curried out to the fullest detail.
and the lecture by Hev. Ilouitcl on
"jack anil ills TcAcncrr." n the most
striking feature of the day.
A brother of O. W. Hall linn recently
arrived and will uwiist Mr. Hall in get
ting 111 1111 spring erop.
Kelson Pctcrou luivu been lmlling
tree for Sherwood Ilros. thl week.
Mr. Hattio Wright of The Dalle Is
nt her father' home just south of
l'orked Horn Ilitttc mill will remain In
Mr. Chestlcr bus all the tree removed
from Id farm ntut the soil in condition
for plowing now.
Chad Itrwln has under construction
on his farm the frame of a large barn
which will be completed in the near
future. We Iiojk- to c hint alw
etpnpped with a ItotiKkceper before
An orgmi Im baeii plnced In the
rie.itmit Kfdgo achofd Ikihw, with pro
lied of hclitx lxnihl by the Sunday
Mnrriius, May iH The farmer nre
wearing a umiie tince the rain, which
wa a good one.
Chat. Oirwui and wife of Cloverdale
were in town lat ThurKlny.
J. O. Cobb and wife tpeul a few day
In I'rltievide Attending the race last
Kobt. Smilh is remodeling Ida ttorc
mid having Mime thriving put in. C. U.
Den niton i doing the work.
J KcMicr and wife from the lower
deert, were litluglii Sitter thUweek.
H C. l'ostrr M)it n few day in Princ
vlllc hut week, where he purchacd a
now buggy nttd team,
ftnoch Cyrus of Cloverdale wa a limi
ne visitor thit week.
Allien Seal, Tom Volrith arid two
other turn ttayrd in Sitter latt night.
They have Uud of about 70 ltortv,
which tlcy intend taking to the Valley.
Three team croed the mountain
yettcrday via the San Ham road. They
icjxirt aliout nevell mile of uow with
1111 average depth of ix feet They are
the tint to crot thia year.
Kay Poster made a flying trip to Hem!
thi week, taking Chri Wood and I..
Tillerv who liave lieen working at the
loliu Ilward was a viitor hi our city
SiatunUy. John teemed to lwv lot of
butitieM. I wonder wlut?
Abe Kcllcy left here thlt morning for
Kugeite via the SHiitiam road.
KltOMONl). May 17. The lioom it
Mill on. 1'erhaps the itnalleat tmrt a
far as Keilmond it concerned may be- the
Oregon Journal' rejKirt of the, 1 ith of
the Watco County Itlectric & Water
l'uwcr Company' line to be built from
Condon to llend by way of Madras and
Kedmond. More to the ioliit, becaute
for the pretetil more Hire, i the reti
ilenee that I II Jickwnt i putting up
on hi ditch forty uoar forked Horn.
Mr. and Mr. Jackrau will hou be at
ltd Laudcrhack ha returned with a
friend and their familie ami are now
camed on the townttte. Kedmond is
not so immi alter an.
Kelathe of tho Colonel came in
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1. c.li,Ti.i, 11 iiuuMtvi, ?njii.,i,-iMn mill
child, Mr .Mann and family, from Tort
land. They were fortunate in getting a
ouick conveyance from Sliauiko and
came out in kIx hour.
J. Drown ha returned to Washington
to ell hu farm that tie may comtr Nek
here ami buy.
S. K. Snyder of Colfax, Washington,
will Ik fore long be one of our new com
er. We uudcrataud that 110 petition for a
mIooii at Redmond wo preetltel to the
county court. Tlw iwoplc of Jtedmoud
precinct do Hot txtlieve that a talooit i
neetleil at thi place.
Meatr. l'awkerand Martin of limit
cott, Wathlugtou, who were on .1 'dent
for sexeral pieces of laud here, were not
Mieceatful in carrying their deal through
and have returned. We hear that they
are coming back however and will bu
The frchool cutertainmcut that wa
Kheduled for next Saturday night ha
been potponel until May jo, Memorial
I)jy, It will tc a Iwtket social and
every lady i icipicsted to bring a baiket
Mrs. DcWitt Umli and Mr. Hopkin
with their children got 111 from Shaiuko
I'riday. The car wa a little ln-hlud
what was cxiectcd and tlie freight i
lookeil for on Tuesday night.
Some fifty or more of our folks went
to I,aidlaw today to attend u Sunday
School cotneiitlon, Other went to
Priuevillc to tec our lioys wallop the
(-.imiti fi.il twlu. lll IfMltl 11ml At ill nllt.
era went tithing. Tomorrow everybody
win rcHm 11 goon ume.
I'rauk and Hen McCafTery rctuniMl
last evening from a three or four day
trip to the Sister couutry.
Three weeks more of school. This
bring the cloc June 6.
Dr. KtiKcll of Portland has come In
'recently In look about and will even
tually locate In thin vicinity.
The llend Uva will cross bats with the
local team on our new diamond next
Sunday. The bay feel that they can do
tin. !lmlilrr!t mi illst ulioill rlnlil. Yli..
Usual preliminary dance will be given
wi mum uciuic.
K. C. Park.
If any person suspects that
neys are ueraugeii
they should take
1'olcv'a Kidney Keutcdv at once and
not risk having Ilright's disease or dia
betes. DelaygiveHthedUeusea stronger
foothold miu you should not delay tak
ing Polcy's Kidney Remedy. C. V.
Vote for II. C, Kills for county judge.
FARMERS ARE HAPPY
Heavy Isjalns Assure Big
Crops at Madras.
A RUNAWAY CAR OP FLOUR
Looked as Though It Would Wreck
Freight Train, but tho Runaway
finally Jumped tho Track.
Farmers in the vicinity of Mad
ras are jubilant. The long con
tinued drought in that section was
broken last week by n copious
downX)iir and it is said the farmers
already can feel their pockctbooks
A dry winter and spring in the I
Agency l'lains and Madras .sections
had left the crop outlook for 1908
in a very dubious condition the
poorest in six yars. The soil was
ho dry that there would have been
practically n crop failure. Dut
happily this is now averted and the
recent rains practically assure an
average crop. Hatfield, the rain
maker, is operating in Sherman
county and the Madras Pioneer
.says "it may be one of his precipi
tating bolts got lost, strayed up
this way, and loosened up things."
The danger of a crop failure at
Madras only goes to show plainly
how much better it is to farm in a
.section where irrigation is practiced,
as for instance in the Ilcnd country.
A Runaway Car
A car loaded with flour from The
Dalles, broke away from the Wasco
Warehouse & Milling Co. ware
house about train time Saturday
morning and whizzed out of Moro,
down grade at the rate of 70 miles
an hour. The freight train was a
short distance a head of it and bets
were easy that there would he
somcJody killed when the runaway
caught up with it, which fortunate
ly uidn t happen, as the Hour, car
literally flew into the air a mile be
hind the train and averted a calam
ity. Hardly was .1 scratch made
on the tics where the cur left the
track, and the trucks shot 100
yards ahead of the wreck, which
was total. About 200 sacks of
flour out of the cor load, was saved,
in passable condition. Moro Ob
server. Qround for the Smith Appeal,
The Crook County Journal says
tkcfe are two points on which the
attorneys for C. Sam Smith base
the reasons for an appeal. They
arc whether the judge was correct
iti admitting evidence connecting
Smith with the burning of the
sheep camp on another date and
the fence cutting and distributing of
poison when there were cbarges
on tie docket of the court against
him on these counts. The State
held that these were all a part and
parcel of the same scheme and
they were admitted by the court as
The other point was whether or
not the judge should have had the
testimony of KUiott stricken from
the books entirely after it had been
impeached by other witnesses.
The other three couuts against
Smith were allowed to stand on
the court books pending the action
of the supreme court in the case
Lost In the Timber.
According to the story told by
homesteaders returning from the
Illy country it is very probable that
during the summer some hunter or
timber man will find the bleached
bones of a human being in the
vicinity of Gerhart Mountain. The
story told by a Swede homesteader
who lived on his claim during the
entire winter is that a few months
ago when the snow was about 10
feet deep, one evening a Dago came
to his cabin. The man was travel
ing northward nud was without
snow shoes. The homesteader
wanted him to remain over night
but this the traveler refused to do.
The following morning the Swede
attempted to track the fellow, but
soon lost the trail in the snow. It
is very probable that the man per
ished in the mountains and that
hi remains 'will be found rwoncr or
later. The homesteader who tells
the talc remained hi the woods
throughout the entire winter and the
story was not learned until the
homesteaders began to go back to
their claims n few weeks ago
Koine Large Sum for Library Building
A subscription list is being cir
culated, having for its object the
raising of money wherewith to
erect a building in which to house
the Free Reading Room and
Library. It will be built on the
ground owned by the Library, will
be 24x40 in size, and willcost about
$i?oo. So far the sum of $825
has been subscribed. The enter
prise is a most laudable one, and
should receive the earnest support
of all. Lakcview Herald.
Woolen Mills at Klamath Fall.
The proprietors of the Oregon
City woolen mill arc investigating
Klamath Falls with a view of build
ing a mill there. Southern Oregon
is a (great sbcen country and it is
believed that Kalamath Falls would
make a fine location for woolen
mills, now that transportation is
assured by the building of a rail
road to that place.
A SUDDEN DEATH.
Frank Glass Died from Apoplexy Last
One of the saddest deaths The
Bulletin has been called upon to
chronicle for ;otnc time is
that of Frank Glass, who died from
apoplexy last Wednesday night
alxmt 10:30 o'clock. He, in com
pany with Mr. Aldrich, was at bis
home on the Swalley ditch between
Bend and Redmond About it
o'clock he awoke and asked Mr.
Aldrich to build a fire, stating that
he believed he had taken cold.
After building the fire, Aldrich
started to go to Sherwood Bros.'
ranch after some medicine Re
turning as soon as possible he found
that the sick man had died during
his absence. It is supposed death
resulted from apoplexy.
The deceased was about 45 years
of age and unmarried. He wxs
one of the first comers to these
parts after irrigation development
started, having come about eight
years ago. He enjoyed a wide ac
quaintance and every man who
knew him was his friend. Every
body had a god word for Frank
Glass. The news of his death came
as a ccnuine shock to the entire
The deceased is survived by only
one brother, a sister- having died
last fall. The remains will be tak
en to Corvallis for interment, the
former home of the family. Up to
the time of his sudden death he
was in his usual health, and had
been working Wednesday building
flumes on his larm.
Notes from Butte.
Hot tk. Mav ia. C. It. Shattucli 1 in
Princvillc ami does not expect to spend
much time in liutte this summer.
The ditch is completed within about
two miles north of the statiou. They
have about 37 teams attd about 39 men
Mr, Dickens of The Dalles has pur
chased C. K, Shattuck's ditch land. .Mr
Dickens is on the land at present.
Our recent rain has done a great deal
of good. The farmers are greatly in
Walt foe the trulu at the city of Butte.
Sunday school every Sunday at 3 o'
clock p. in. at the Shepherd school
house. Hvcrybody welcome.
Mr. frvticake expects to work at tits
trade hi Trineville this summer.
Butte has prospects of developing into
quite a large city or town, but we are not
pulled up at all.
Bill Koblson and Mr. Wuwweiler
were at Butte yesterday on a hunt for
some horses. They tracked them from
Priuevillc within two miles of Butt'
C. Poster has his new- house nearly
Chronic Constipation Cured
One who suffers from chronic constipa
tion is in danger of many serious all
uieuta. Foley's Orino Laxative cures
chronic constipation as it aids digestion
and stimulates the liver aud bowels, re
storing the natural action of these
organs. Commence taking it today and
you will feel better at oucc. Foley's
Orino Laxative does not nauseate or
gripe and is pleasant to take. Refuse
substitutes, C, V. Merrill, Druggist.