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HOOD RIVEK GLACIER, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1905.
The cold snap last week proved an
angel's visit to the Little White Store
two ule. Ubas. Davis kindly tendered
the use of his ice house and together
we succeeded in bousing about ten
tons of ice. made from spring water
on Mr. Davis' place. This will enable
as to furnish an abundance of oold soft
drinks next summer, when tbe tber
mometer runs tbe mercury np. It bas
been three years slnoe an opportunity
was had for storing ioe, and this time
there were only three good days to
put It np.
Alfred Wood of Odell last week
old 20 acres of land for a cash con
sideration of 11500. The purchaser
had looked the Willamette valley over
turning his back npon tbe very best
land three, aud chose Hood River
valley as his place of investment, pay
ing double here for uncleared and
unimproved land, that cleared and
Improved land there would cost, and
Well, perhaps I may not be correct
in my theory, but it is my opinion
that it was not alone on account of
the advertising of our products, but
that the elements of the soil, whicb
have been proven here by an anal
ysis of the same, show up cer
tain properties that give tbe apple
tree a vigorous gowtb. developing a
peerless apple, and at the same time
E lacing color upon it that cannot
e duplicated on earth, and last but
not least transmits the keeping quali
ty that results in its finding its way
into the world's best markets.
Tbe biennial legislature has passed
into history, with some of its members
under criminal Indictment and oth
ers under suspicion. It is comfort
ing thongbt that two years will pan
by e'er they infest tbe state again.
In this connection I beg to quote
from benator Malarkey of Multnomab
explaining his vote on the Jayne bill,
to-wlt:"I want to tell you the morals
of the state have been debauched more
by trading of rotes In this senate
than by all the whisky that could have
been poured out in Oregon."
Surely Senator Malarkey was in
position to know whereof he spoke,
and we are candidly of tbe opinion
that he spoke the truth, and it might
come to pass that a certain section of
tbe county that we are at home in
might be called upon to answer for
oertaln conditions of bargain and sale
during the days of disreputable work
of the session of the legislature.
Time brings Its reward. Three years
ago tnese violators or tbe law deslunat
ed as land frauders thought they were
secure from harm by tbe government,
entrenohed as they were behind offi
cials In congress; but alas I their
strongholds have been shattered, and
by oommand of oar honored Dresl
deut, aided by such men as Ueney and
Burns, there Is little doubt that In
April a verdict of guilty will be found.
Then it will come to pass that in Ore
gon, which has been deluged by a
flood of disgrace by men In high
places, we may see the fulfillment of
tbe words of an almost Inspired presi
dent, tbe Honorable Theodore Roose
velt, to-wit: That tbe country shall
have a "square deal" administration.
Oregon is on the map although it is
disgraced, yet give the people aohanoe
under the nominating primary law
nd IU good same will yet be re
deemed. Sure thing gmes la politics will
not always be allowed to run. At tbe
next state election this game will be
closed in Oregon and it will be done
by the voters, who are tbe people and
who should assert their rights.
Mra. O. D. Boardman was a visitor
at Odell last week. She has reoently
returned from California, and is ar
ranging some business matters and
will go back to California, where they
have purchased property for a future
Real estate matters seem assuming a
lively aspect in Hood River. The
ottloe of George T. Prather & Co. Is a
busy plaoe, and we are glad to note
they are landing newcomers right
along. Their outside man, Mr. Dauo,
Is a bustler, and is quite an acquisi
tion to the force of men connected
with tbe pioneer real estate office of
W.L.Carnes, assisted by H.8. Gal-
clearing of land. Quite a lot of wood
is being out in this section and much 1
Disease harvests its largest crop about this lime ol' the .year,
largely the result oi neglected colds. There is only one time to euro a
coldthat is as soon as it conies. There is only one remedy t lint we
know of that you can
Bromo Cold Cures
TheX have never failed. We believe they cannot fail to cure a cold. If
they ever should fail, we want to refund your money.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
E. E. THOM A
We handle Columbia and International
more would be put into the cord, were
tbe railroad ou toe Kant Hide ail as
sured (act thu season.
Clare Crockett was called home a
few day ago on account of sickness
In his fatber'a family. Clare ban lieeu
spending the winter at the mouth of
the Deachutea-river and report a mild
News was received a few day ago
that Miss .Nettie Kemp of Portland
was ill. Mra .Poole, her mother, wax
in The Dalian at tbetlme.and lmmodi
ately on receipt of the newa, she and
Mr. Poole went to Portland -.nd found
it necessary to remove Miss Nettie to
the St. Vincent hospital, where the
now la. Her friends -here ; regret to
learn of her illness and' hope for her
The village blacksmith spends tbe
last part of each week at his ranch
blgb up on the hill east of JMol crock.
and during the days that bis shop if
dark, there are many calls for him.
The ring of the anvil Is music and wo
trust that before lone it will pay Harry
to put in six days in t,he week here.
Owing to tbe illness of Mlss'Iilannb
Wilson, there was no school last week
In her room. Hut she is convalescent
and the little ones are in school thin
George Massey, tbe pedagogue of
Dukes valley, called at Odell last Sun
day. George is a teacher whose heart
is In the work and such work tolls.
Merry masqueradors were in evf-
deuce at Odd Fellows' ball on tbe
evening of Valentine's day. ' A genera
good time was bad, and it proved a
financial success' also.- Among tbe
many good characters represented in
the dizzy whirl of the dance, J. W.
McDonald in tbe roll of the sboenoy
seemed tbe favorite. Inasmuch as no
pirizes were offered, Mo failed to got
one, but be proved the real thing just
the same. , ;
Where is tbe fellow that tried to cor
ner all the hay in Hood Kiver valloj
last fall? Ve understand that be is
now trying to get his money back.
Unless tbe winter drags through sev
eral more months it will , either be
necessary to export, considerable Imj,
or carry it over to another season.
Miss Hazel Emerson passed peace
fully away Sunday morning, Febru
ary 1!). The Inhabitants of this dist
rict extend their sympathy to the be
reaved parents. . We may say that
Miss Hazel was pleasant in life- and
in her last moments was happy. She
is not dead, . but sleeping, to await
tbe mora of tbe resurrection.
Some people need to oil themselvos
little. Did you ever notice a creak
ing door, bow people avoid it? Did yon
ever come to a gate badly bung? V ou
would rather climb the fence than
open the gate. So it is with gurmbliiig
plople; we rather climb the fence than
to meet them. Now just oil 'yourself
with the oil of kindness ; occasionally
praise your servant for something they
do well; encourage the children more
than you scold them. A little sun
shine will wear out a lot of fog and a
little molasses is bettefe thau a great
deal of vinegar.
Mrs. E. Ingalls has sold tbe gray
horse Prince to Davenport Lumber
Co. i tbe consideration, IKK). Well,
Prince, is worth the money.
. Say, do you know if R,ockforJ keojsj
garden seeds? 'Wbyj 'yes.
J. P. Harnett Is now prepared to do
your horseshoeing and any kind 'of
blacksmith work. (Hv, him trlul,
and patronize your neighbor who is
always ready t contribute a days
work on our roads -In the district.'"
Nothing like encouraging borne Indus
try; it bring good restdts and a
better and a kindlier feeling in our
Mr. aud Mr T. O.'Frohu moved
into tbe dwelling art of the Abbott.'
building last Saturady.
Trohn & Ileaton will move their
stock into the store room of the old
Abbott stand and there will lie 'pre
pared to "meat" custom, ' great and
small with prices pleasing to tbe cus
tomers. .Mrs. Robert Jones Is On the sick
Fred Darker, bis Mother. Mrs. Nick-
elsen, and Mrs. Barrett attended meet
ing at Crapper last Friday evening.
Tboy enjoyed a very pleasant rldo
borne, iu the moonlight.
Mrs. F. G. Church is siih"eriiiir the
effects of a bad cold which bus settled L
fi l""""H I
Draw Trade Our duality Holds It.
depend on to cnre'colds riditly. That
Phone Main 1131. Hood River, OfC.
in her eyes.
The clam supper, given by the Bol
mout Lpworth jjigun, was a complete
success. The supper consisted of clam
soup, salad, pickles, sandwiches, cake
and coffee. At about a quarter of ten
the crowd departed. Kiiihor early for
Belmont. A progestin was prepared,
but on account of a Wrtbdny and the
impossibility of a few to remain long,
it was not rendered.
J. li. King lias I hauling' lum
ber and sawdust, fur the ice house
which 1. C. XeuJeijti and Mint Brad
ford are building on Hie state road.
Basket ball is all t he rage here now.
They have an old man's team and a
young mens' team and a ladies' team
and some lively time.- are expected.
We noticed th"
Langille in our
having come up
There was a i-t
iiing face of Jim
ivy last Sunday,
itlend u ditch
of the Middle Foil;
puny at the ( iriblio
bull last Satur-
Koine of our Nimrods are learning
to skate on the nnil puna of the Day
euport mui. J nero are a good many
sore heads nun lrokon noses.
We learn that the .Mount Hood Mill
company have n volunteer night
watchman tins winter, bo much, so
J. M. Lewi v,a- a visitor with his
family ut Joe Dinunicks last Sunday
A. I!. Billings was in attendance at
I.he Dulles last v.ct-k serving on tbe
jury for the February term of tbe cir-
011 it court.
In speaking of tbe cold weather
that wo have been having lately, we
learn tbut tho coldest at the Hon. D.
II, Cooper's wax eight degrees below
for one morning. At other" places
around tbe city it v. as only from two
to five, but it, is up that it was
tho coldest weather we have bad for
live years, and hnpo not to see it
come Hgim tor the next ten years.
It was so cold lust week tbut It
froze our pencil up mid for that rea
son there whs nothing from us lust
week. i .
The Mount Hood Water company
opened their stuck books last Satur
day end there was 7'iO subscribed in
less than hii hour. They only need
WHO more to have a majority of all
the gtock subscribed and then they
will be able to do business.
Tho Middle Fork Ditch company
held n stockholders' meeting at (irib
bios' hall Saturday also tho Mount
Hood Water company. The new stock
book of tbe Mount Hood Water com
pany is now open for subscribers.
Friday evening February lO.some of
tho young folks, pave Miss Nan Cooper
a surprise parly at the home of Mrs.
T, 11. Lnrvood, whore Miss Cooper is
staying this winter. A pleasant even
ing was spent playing games. A
dainty lunch wi.s served by Mrs. Lnr-
wood. The guesi.. b it at 12 o clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Fln.er dribble in
vited some of tbe juuiu; folks to their
home Thursday eu-iiing, Fehruar
lti. Dancing and I'ni.cs were the
amusements of the ow ning and a jol
ly time was bail by nil, A delicious
lunch was served at 12 o'clock.
Martin Cribble is icporctd sick.
; Saturday livening, February 1H, the
regulur social night of the "United
Artisans of -Mount, Hood assembly,
tbe members and a few of their friends
met at the lodge room. Cards were
tho feature of the evening. The
Mastiir Artisan v us appointed chel
ami proceeded lo mnlto un appetizing
oyster stew. "After doing lull justice
to bis cookery, all departed well
pleased at having enjoyed a most
UNDER W OOD.
, Peter Soroui-on in itingin Under
A, J. Haynes
lui'll these :,cohl
Sunday w il b 1 1 if
Charley Tulil -in
Our mail was
count of tho
Japies Mc.M ill
bus been building u
pent Sal urday and
i 'U lining
in and ( )uier
way to Chenowit li.
A jolly dance was
given at Mill A
-pent a pleasant
i The yuong folk.
ovoninff with Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Veat!h Saturday night.
Our mail has again changed time.
It now loaves tbia office at 9 :30 for
Hood River and roturns leaving there
at l o clocK.
Henry Copp has been doing this
neighborhood a good turn all this
winter having trapped seven coyotes
ana one woir and several wild cats.
He sells the pelts in the East.
Tbe Orogon Lumber company' mill
A of Cheuowltb commenced work
Wednesday with a full crew of men.
A merry crowd gathered at the
bachelor hall of Professor C. 11. Crom
well Friday night aud spent a pleasant
The new man at the Enterprise bas
nailed a new scheme to make tbe
almighty dollar. He is solicitor gen
eral for subscriptions, and is after the
S75 city lot offered by tbe Enterprise
to the one getting the lucky numler
when there are five hundred paid sub
scribers. He has found four men and made
one dollar. He intends to have three
One of the twin children of Mr. and
Mrs. Zeiglor, who has been very sick,
died and was buried last Saturday.be
ing one and one-half years old.
H. 8. Clyde, the surveyor, has been
doing some surveying for Mr. Camer
on on some laud Mr. Cameron sold
last fall. ; ,
Miss Henry is staying with Mrs.
Green in tbe restaurant since her
brother went to Portland. Mrs. Oreea
has a fine restaurant, nuts uo meals at
au hours, ana gives excellent sevice.
Mr. Fox the oronrietor of the con
fectionery store, is on the sick list
1Mb week with the grip.
P. P. B. club of White Salmon.
which was organized the day after
New Years, la getting along nicely.
There hag not been one dance since
The little baby of Mr. and Mrs.
Ferguson died last Saturday and Was
buried last Sunday, the liaby being
11 days old.
Tbe baby of Mr. aud Mrs. Hypergor
is ou the sick list: also one child of
Mr. and Mrs. F. Peck. The strong.
cold East wind we have been having
lately seems to be hard on the babies.
Several parties here received letters
from Eastern friends and relatives
who are coming to White Salmon
direct to make their home. We ex
pect several parties iu the soring to
Bert Roth has gone to Portland tol
take his old position as motorman on
the streetcar line.
Nearly a failure of the EnternriKe
last weok, as tbe paper did not ar
rive until Saturady at 9 a. m. There
iMMiig no school, the editor, one son
Hi years old, a daughter and another
son, Moth younger, with the helo of
Mr. Waters, the devil, the N. B. etc..
went at it iu earnest. That shows
what the Enterprise can do iu the
future when the editors' other four
ildren are employed in the oHIco.
Succoss for White Salmon.
The weather bus been very cold
here lieing below zero most of the
time, but is moderating now. Skat
ing has been tine.
Tbe co-operative dairy association,
has hired a man from Portland to
make the butter and cheese. Ho took
Mr. ' Muyhew's " place February U.
IU will move his family to this place
in tho spring. Clarence Estie Is back
to Trout Lake visiting friends.
Thel.O. O. l'Vwlll institute lodge
here soon at the Peek hall.
We have on our sick list Alden
Kingman, Bessie Cook, Mrs. Will
Frisk and Mrs. Haysalt.
Jonny Hitchcock is back to Trout
Lake. His many friends are glad to
see him among us agan.
Frank Ridley s back from Lylo.
Tbe sewing society met at Martha
Jonbsons last week. A lovely dinner
was served by the hostess. The ladies
were lnvitedto Miss Stadolmau's for
tho next meeting. ,
E. L. Miuten Is freighting nnw-a-
Jake Claterbos gold bis telephone
ne and also rented his ranch to
Weirs & Kropiis. tbe central olilce was
moved to tlulers.
A Valentine party was given hy
Miss Byrkett and Miss Minten. Feb
ruary 14, at tbe home of Miss Byrkett.
The house was beautifully decorated
witn nearts and cupids. A fine sup
per was served and their many
friends reported a lovely time.
E. C. Duncan . the road supervisor.
will build a now bridge at Bear vallev
Tho Artisan lodge held an ovster
supper at Mr. and Mrs. li. Bvrkett's
Saturday evening February 1!). . It
was ono of their usual good times .
Rev. McKinlev held a special service
at school ball Sunday morning. Com
munion was had and tbe ProKhvtorhin
church was fully organized. Frank M.
Coat and Alden Kingman were or-
iained as Elders. Several now mem.
berg wore also' taken Into tho church.
and one candidate in on file for im
mersion, in tbe near future. A minis
ter of this denomination will be here
from Portland to omerse those who
desire it. An effort will be made to
erect a church building next summer.
Tbe Menominee Lumber Co. has
closed their big logging camp, com
monly known us Colter's logging
camp, which is situated aoout V2
miles below Trout, Lake on tbe White
Salmon river. This Co. controlled
tbe logging camps of Trout Lake
which suspended operations some
days ago. The settlers of this valley
object to this company operating a
dam on tbe White Salmon river which
is located near what is known as the
Harvey Byrkett ranch. The dam Jis
operated by gates which can lie
lowered and raised . When tbe dam
is tilled tho gates are raised and a
tremendous volume of water rushes
down the stream which forces the logs
to the Columbia river. The settlers
claim by the use of this dam destruct
ive Hoods are let out, that wash out
their irrigation bead gate and in other
ways, injure the irrigating ditches,
U'ing a great detriment to their crops.
Thy Menominee Co. claim they cannot
move tbe timler of this vulley unless
assisted by the use of this dam. Both
sides .claim they are in the right.
Afraid of Strong Medicines.
Many people suffer for years from
rheumatism pains and prefer to do so
rather than take the strong medicines
usually given fur rheumatism, not
knowing tbat quick relief from pain
may be had simply by applying Cbam
herluin's l'niii lUlui and without taking
any medicine Internally, for sale at
(ico. D. Cnlbcrt-on it Co. are mv au-
tborized airents for the rvnting of my
bouses and selling town ami country
procrty. H. C. CUE, '
Latest Novelties, the very Latest Creations in
Ladies' Collars and Ties. All the newest things
from 15c up to $5.00.
These are the newest things from one of the
best and most up-to-date Neckwear houses in New
York. Call and see them.
Ask to see our Lace Curtains from 75c to $7.50
per pair. Also White Bedspreads from $1.00 up.
They are marvels of beauty.
J. R. NICKELSEN
Vehicles and Agricultural Implements.
Sentinel Jr., Bean, Pomona, Rochester, Fruitall
also Extra J lose, Nozzles and Connections.
A full stock of Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and re
pairs, (inil)bing Machines and Wire Cable, Aermoter Wind
Mills, Buckeye i'uinps, Bolster Springs, Hovt's Tree Sun-
ports and Hanford'H Balsam
Tops, Cushions, Dashes,
WILLOW FLAT. .
Ora Kay's Imby bas lmou very sick
witb croup, which throtonod to turn
into pneumonia. Tho child is better
Arthur Davidson was in onr vicinity
Qnite a number of the people of
this vicinity were complaiuiua of
tilicht attticks of tbe urip.
Tho recent moderation in the tem
peruturo is a welcome change from
the zero weather of last woek.
Defeat of the Cascade county bill fa
irly reeks with politics. To be sure it
is a nood thinjj for The Dalles, but
if press reports are to be given any
credence, the public officials who de
serted their posts of public trust to
lobby aiudnst the new county will
surely be remembered by tbe Hood
Kiver voters when they seek reelec
tion. As regards increased taxation
we wish to cite an instance now in
process of closing by the county
court. An estate iu Hood River is
now being settled up. So far the ex
ecutor has been compelled to make
two trips to The Dalles on business
connected with it. The necessary ex
penses aro approximately 95 per trip.
If tho new county bill had passed this
flu could have lieen saved to the
estate. In addition, this same $10
would have more than paid the in
crease iu taxes hy maintaining a set
of county officials at home. Aud the
end is not yet. Every estate in Hood
Kiver to be settled up while the seat
of government is at The Dalles must
pay tribute to tho transportation
companies and the city of The Dalles.
ould it not lie better to say and en
force it, "Millions for defense (main
taining our own county) but not one
cent for tribute?"
The discussion at literary Saturday
night of an independent telephone
system leads us to the question : Will
it lie a benefit to the valley? There
are many good arguments in favor of
such a system. The main feature is
tho lessened cost to the farmers on
party lines. llusiness phones can be
furnished at ono dollar per mouth for
good first-class service, io the farm
ers ou party lines the cost need not
exceed one dollar per year after thr
line is installed, lji this case it is
supposed that the farmers furnish the
labor and material for such party
lines. We have in mind party lines
owned by the farmers and built by
them at a cost of less than 10 for
each patron, this amount included
cost of phones. Why pay the Hell
Telepbono company rent at a price to
enable them to declare dividends
when the people can furnish their
own phones and get as good service at
There was a fair attendance at the
literary Saturday night. The pro
gram, though short was exceptionally
well reudered. Tbe question box
was the most interesting feature of
the evening. J. O. Cameron dis-;
cussed the evils arising from dancing, i
Thomas liroderick discussed the bene-1
received a full assorted carload of Cnrrioc
and Spring Wagons direct
factory. If you contemplate purchasing a
new buggy or Spring Wngon soon, come arid
look this stock over, and pick out what you
want. A complete .line of high-class and ine
dium grade work, at prices that are right.
of Myrrh. Extra Biimry
Poles, Shares, Singletrees and
Jr. and Iron Ag:e Garden
w's the time to choose your
den tools, and choosing them
i you have a larger variety to
select trotn than
your Implement wants, if they're satisfied here
you will have cause for rejoicing over their cost
amni1- j NICKELSEN.
tits of an independent telephone or
ganizaton. Roy Slocom discussed
some of the features of the homestead
laws as applied to leased laud. M.
Cameron bandied the proposed rail
road proposition without gloves. D.
L. Davidson wag asked concerning
tbe benefits accuring to Dukes valley
by reason of the defeat of the Cas
cade county bill. There was also the
usual numlier of foolish questions
which kept the bouse iu the best of
humor.. Tbe question box will be
used again next Saturday night.
This being election night, tho fol
lowing otiicerg were elected for the
ensuing four weeks: D. L. Davidson,
president; Thomas Broderick, vice
president j Geo. Massey, gecretatry;
M. Cameron, treasurer ; Len Dodson,
seargeaut at arms. Excellent music
was furnished by A. T. Dodge and sou
and Pete Lentz. Everybody "is cor
dially invited to attead and if you
hive any good live questions bring
them along with you.
Our recent inquiry concerning the
railroad has beeu answered in tbe
form of a subscription paper to raise
money for buying right of way and
paying damages to the East Side
ranchers, through whose farms the
road will go. Now, we are not
knocking against the railroad, but
wish to analyze tbe situation as it
appears to us.
Tbe Oregon Lumber company have
timber enough on tbe headwaters of
Hood River to justify the building of
the road without regard to any other
That the road will pe built on one
of tbelroutes is reasonably well set
tled. The plan to build along the
West Side because it is the cheapest
route is prima facea tbat the backers
are indifferent to any freight busi
ness other than their own. There
can be no question that Willow
Flat and Odell will furnish in a short
time more revenue freight than all
the other parts of the valley com
bined. Now if tbe company is look
ing for the most possible revenue in
connection with their logging opera
tions it would lie sheer madness to
build along any route but the one
that would furnish the most produce.
The wood shipped out the first year
would return a handsome dividend
on this extra liO,000 or 970, OK) neces
sary to build by way of Odell.
The weather wa too cold last week
for news gathering, indeed tbe blood
of the old Florida Cracker is too thin
for zero weather.
William Eccles, president of the
Oregon Lumber company and Jlr.
West spent a few hours a few days a.o
iu the neighborhood looking over tht
country and talking railroad
Since the receut cold snap there
has been an unusual amount of sick
ness. The cases of grip and other
diseases caused by the cold weather
are too numerous for reporting.
Nathan Hackett, who went to Port
was ever tinned. Whatever
land threo weeks ago, is still ' at that
place suffering with an attack of the
Miss Omez of The Dalles is visiting
with Mrs. Lindsay.
Tho revival meeting at the Crapper
school house closed on last Sunday
night. There were not a great num
ber of conversions or accessions to
the church but in a general way the
meeting was quite encouraging.
Evangelists Coburn and lirymer are
very earnest workers. They held
quite a number of cottage prayer
meetings in the neighborhood during
the meeting. They have also adopted
the almost obsolete custom of visiting
from bouse to house. And although
they do not carry hatchets, they
sometimes push their evangelistic
work into the saloons. They expect
to rest a few days at Belmont and
Hood River. From the latter place
they expect to go to Dufur to engage
in a series of meetings at that place.
Rev. II. C. Clarke is also a very
earnest and successful worker.
There have been over 100 conversions
and accessions to the church on the
lielmout circuit since he took charge
of the work last fall. The total num
ber of members is more than double
what it was at tbat time.
It litis been decided tbat the machin
ery, as well as the amusements on the
"Trail" at the Lewis and Clark ex
position will be stopped on Sunday.
Tbe exhibit palaces w ill be open to the
public and all oilier features of the ex
position will be running as on week
Feed your hair; nourish It;
give it something to live on.
Then it. will stop falling, and
will grow long and heavy.
Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only
hair food you can buy. For 60
years it has been doing just
what we claim it will do. It
will not disappoint you.
My hlr nted tn w VPry tlinrt. Bnt after
mlng Ayer'. H.ilr Vitnr a short tlm It been
to crow, mid imw it u foitrtssti hichn lone.
Tlila swiiis a splendid result to m alter baiiig
almost without snv hair."
Mas, J. II. r irktt, Colorado Springs, Colo,
f I M a bottle. j. o. atkr Co..
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