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HOOD RIYER GLACIER, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER U. 1911
The only Baking Powder made
fromRoyal Crape Cream ofTartar
NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE
PAST TWO MONTHS
W. L. Powers, the weather expert at
0. A. C, reports the highest average
temperature the last two months of
any year since 1906. In July the max
imum was 100, and in August 92. This
is only the fourth time in a dozen
years it has been so hot.
In August the highest temperature
was 92, August 27: while the lowest
was 45, August 18, giving a mean
temperature of 65, which is .2 above
normal for this month. The greatest
range in one day was 40 degrees. A
change of 51 degrees in twenty-four
hours was noted in July, on the 23rd.
July 8 it was down to 39, and a week
later, July 1(5, it was up to 100. The
mean for the month was 69.2, or 3.9
The large amount of hot, dry weather
in July and strong breezes caused
rapid loss of soil moisture, so that the
moisture content in meadow soil had
reached the drought point, and sod was
badly fired by the middle of the month,
while cultivated crops began to suirer
severely before the end of the month.
The August rainfall was below nor
mal, being but .02 of an inch. One
year in five, however, Prof. Powers
says, there i no rain in August, so the
precipitation is not exceptional.
Testimony Taken in Boundary Case.
The case of the late Peter D. Hin
richs vs. Geo. W. Brown and Mary E.
Galligan, which involves the location
of a boundary between the farms of the
contestants which has been in dispute
since the year of 1885, was brought
before the Circuit Court at its session
here last week and testimony heard
from Surveyors Sharp and Goit, of
The Dalles, and Judge John Leland
Henderson, the latter bj deposition.
A number of the old residents of the
community also testified in respect to
Although in dispute for 2(5 years, the
strip of land involved in the case is
only about 30 feet wide and 120 yards
long. The plaintiff was represented
by Attorney VV. H. Wilson, of The
Dalles, while Attorney Geo. R. Wilbur
represented the defendant. Because
of the fact that it was found that tes
timony from witnesses now out of the
country, one in South Dakota and an
other in Portland, the case was de
ferred until the October term of court.
PINE GROVE GRANGE
SETS LYCEUM DATES
The management of the Pine Grove
Grange Lyceum course, which will
present to the public this winter six
unusualy good attractions, hag an
nounced dates for all except one of the
entertainments. The manager of the
Pacific Lyceum Course, from whom
the Pine Grove management has se
cured the attractions, was here last
week to confer with the Grange and
arrange the dates. He states that the
numbers chosen for local playgoers
have tilled their dates. Indeed, he
endeavored to substitute less popular
performers for some of the better
companies, in order that he might
book them in larger cities, which are
clamoring for them.
The dates for the shows are given as
The Amsbary Recital Company, Sat
urday, October 14.
The Winifred Townsend Company,
Thursday, October 2(i.
The Columbian (Quartet, Thursday,
Joseffy, Necromancer, Wednesday,
The Beilharz Entertainers, Monday,
No date has been set for Pitt Par
ker, the crayon wizard.
The performances will be held in
the Pine Grove Hall, which has been
thoroughly overhauled and which
makes one of the prettiest playhouses
in the Valley.
PHONE CO. PROTESTS
HOOD RIYER SPITZ
IN FAMOUS GAVEL
RALN WILL AID
NEXT YEAR'S CROP
Pendleton's Ronud Ip Draws Many.
The Pendleton Round Up begins
today. The Eastern Oregon city is
swarming with cowboy celebrities
with gaudy shirts, brilliant neckwear,
sombrero hats, shaggy shans and jing
ling spurs. A number of local people,
among them the following, are attend
ing the event: Ned Cady, E. L. Mc
Lain, A. W. Teters, Arch Adams,
Charles Castner, Bert Graham, Al.
Whitehead and Frank Parker. Mr. and
Mrs. P. S. Davidson and Mr. and Mrs.
Noah Bone made the trip across the
country in automobiles.
As usually treated, a sprained ankle
will disable a man for three or four
week", but by applying Chamberlain's
Liniment freely as soon as the injury is
received, and observing the directions
with each bottle, a cure can be effected
in from two to four days. For eale by
Manager Porter, of the Pacific Tele
phone and Telegraph company, of
Baker, was on the warpath last week
as a result of a discovery that a couple
of solicitors have worked what he calls
a game on both the telehpone company
and the business men who patronized
them, says a dispatch.
A short time ago a couple of men
approached Baker business men with a
proposition to place ads on a cover for
telephone drectories. They secured
various sums from eight business j
houses for advertising space on the
Mr. Porter states that the telephone
company owns the directories and that
they are merely loaned to the sub
scribers and that the company has its
own advertisers on the directory and
that in order to protect them it would
remove the new covers from the direc
tories at once or take away the direc
tories. Normal School Begins Tuesday.
The State Normal School located at
Monmouth will begin its next term,
next Tuesday, September 19. One of
the older educational institutions of
the state, the Normal school has a
large Dody or aiumni over me state.
Postniatser Jay P. Lucas is one of its
Diarrhoea is always more or lees pre
valent during September. Be prepared
for it. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy is prompt and
effectual. It can always be depended
upon and is pleasant to take,
by all dealers.
A part of the gavel recently pre
sented to William U Wagner, presi
dent of the organization by the mem
bers of the International Appleship
pers' Association, is made of wood
taken from a Spitzenburg apple tree
grown on the ranch of E. H. Shepard,
editor of Better Fruit. The following
article relative to the famous gavel
recently appeared in 'The Spy."
"At Niagara Falls in August, 1910,
Mr. L. K. .Sutton, of Columbus, ap
proached your Secretary and suggested
that a gavel be presented to Mr. Wag
ner at the Detroit Convention and dur
ing all of the succeeding time he has
followed it with keen interest and val
uable assistance. It was denied ex
special ly appropriate to procure a
gavel of apple wood, if possible. To
that end, the great sections of the
United States and Canada were called
upon. In the end the Spitzenburg was
procured from E. H. Shepard, of Hood
River. Oregon, the Spy from Mr.
Peterson, of Canada, the Greening
from Mr. Blodgett, of Massachusetts,
the Baldwin from New York, the
Albemarle Pippin from b. L. Lupton
and F. D. Wood, of Virginia, and the
Ben Davis from Missouri by Mr. Sut
ton. These woods were put togemcr,
the Baldwin composing the handle anj
the other five in the head. At the
forefront of the head was the Green
ing carved in the form of a matured
apple. On each of the other sections
cf the head apple blossoms were
carved, and the names of the States
from whicn he wood came were also
carved upon the respective pieces.
Running entirely around each end of
the head were carved wieaths of apple
leaves. About the handle was a silver
band, and engraved thereon were the
words, "Wiliam L. Wagner, Detroit,
"In connection with the gavel
a framed scroll done in gold and white
was Dresented. On the scroll were
these words :
The Apple Tree Gavel
iam L. Wagner,
Four times President of the Inter
national Apple Shippers Association,
The members thereof
In grateful appreciate of his service.
Courage, Energy, Fidelity, Wisdom
"He brought things to pass."
Mr. Wagner's work wlli long be
remembered in its vital force and
enerev. He was a builder, a creator,
a man of truth and judgment and
a friend unrivaled. No more need be
said of any man."
Good Prizes for Portland Show.
Bigger prizes and better exhibits
than ever before are expected to bring
crowds to the annual apple show to be
held in Portland November 15-17. The
aunle cron of the state is excellent.
and it is thought the various fruit dis
tricts will make a splendid showing
Kip nrizes will be offered by the
Northern Pacific and the Great North
ern railroads for the best district dis
plays, a purse of $250 being hung up
by each line. This "will be open to
competition by any fruit district of the
Pacific Northwest. Oregon commun
ities will eet in line and make fine dis
plays of the fruit that is making the
state famous and a treat is in store for
those who like to see artistic displays
of beautiful apples.
Invitations are out for a recital by
Mr..M. A. Goodnough, pianist, Friday
evening, September 15th, at the
Christian church. Those interested
may obtain same at the office of the
Hood River District Land Company.
Mrs. Henney and Mr. Epping will sing.
For bowel complaint In children
always give Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and
castor oil. It is certain to effect a cure
and when reduced with water and
sweetened is deasant to take. No
For sale physician can prescribe a better remedy.
For sale by all dealers.
"The heavy rain of last week will
go far toward insuring crop oi
apple for the Hood River Vaiiey next
year" says C. R. Bone, one cf the
Valley'a pioneer orchardista. ' It was
the heaviest earlv rainfall that 1 have
ever seen for this section of the state
or Eastern Oregon, in JoKd, e had
similar rain, but tne precipitation
then was not so great.
WORK TO BEGIN ON
THE DALLES MILL
The contract for the construction of
the new Waeco-Warehouse Milling
company plant was let to Charles
Johnson of that city lust week when at
a meeting of the directors and the
architect, the bids were opened. The
shortest possible time will be con
sumed in erecting the mill as it is
hoped to have the wheels of the new
AlSattime the Rt-in farmers of Want turning shortly after the first of
Eastern Oregon handled weir crops
rather lazilv and when the heavy
downpour came, they were all caught.
Except what was tnresneu. me wnoie
r : a -...j ...:i- -
crop was entirely ruineu ai.uw.ma
single exception, every merchant from
Portland to Spokane went broke. The
rain taught the wheat faarmcrs a
lesson, and since then they have has
tened the harvest of the crop.
For the past decade the tall season
has grown more erratic. 1 think that
the clearing of the timber of the Hood
River Valley has baa an eneei towaru
increasing the summer rains am! over
in Central Oregon, the cultivation of
the soil has increased the summer pre
The soaking anowers oi lasi ween
will strengthen the fruit spurs. It
will take the place of September irri
gation and will be far more valuable.
With a few more ahowera and sunshine
nd intermingling frosts to color the
fruit the present year a crop should
mature in excellent condition."
The precipitation for last week was
about four inches. Light years ago it
was as dry in the middle of September
as it wbs in tne miauie oi August tnis
year. Nine years ago the ground was
wet only a loot deep on January to.
The rain is a Doon 10 tnose planning
early clearing operations, usually
The new building will be entirely of
concrete and, outside of the covers for
the milling machinery, there will not
be enough wood in the building to
make a good size lead pencil. The
first shipment of machinery from the
East will be made within the next 30
days and all of the equipment will be
on the ground ready to go into the
building as soon bs it is completed.
The Dalles Chronicle.
A Discouraging Outlook.
"In the Cumberland Mountains, of
East Tennessee," the Honorable
"Bob" Taylor says, "a good coon-dug
is considered a valuable asset.
'A visitor once asked a native. Bill
hmoon, how any dogs he hu.
'1 ain't got but five," said Bill
dejectedly. 'Looks like I never kin
git a start on dogs agin. Septem
Record Crop on Two Year Old Tree.
The two year old orchard of MeGuire
Bros, has a tree with a record crop of
apples, considering the age of the tree.
twenty well shaped and large sized
apples load the stocky linitis. it is
an unusual sight," said H. C. Mc-
Guire, "to find fruit on a two year old
they have to wait a montn or two later growth, and you can imagine my sur
before work can be begun, but this It rise, when I found the annles." 'lht
year the soil is moistened and loosened McGuire orchard is located near Ode 1 1.
the work may be earned on at
The variety of the
is Winter Banana.
8 Cleanliness Next to Godliness
Then do not put off getting one of those
Sanitary Toothbrush Holders
WHILE THEY LAST
With every twenty-five cent toothbrush we will give you FREE one of
these new ventilated holders (themselves worth 25d
:See Them in Our Window:
Yours to Please,
Heir . Gass
B Smith Block
W. F. Laraway
Over 30 years' ex
perience. Eyes Tested and
- I v.- .-, --l ., .. . 1
Reference: Over 2.000 fitted in Hood River.U.S.A.
A Sunday Sermon.
Wherefore my beloved brethren let
evtry man De awill to near, siow to
speak, slow to wrath. James 1 :J9.
Many distressing aisiumances anu
incidents that go to make up much of
the unpleasantness of life are due to
hasty words and to impetuous wrath.
In fact a good deal oi me latter wnicn
Fierce Storm Sweeps Willamette Valley.
Points in the Willamette Valley
suffered severely Monday afternoon
from a rain and electrical storm. Fruit
was badly injured in a number of
places by the falling hail stones. The
prune crop was injured more than any
other fruit from the storm. At Eugene
the hall was two inches deep on the
is developed in the world is due to the street at times and the sewers were
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former. The power of speech is a clogged with tne ice
wonderful blessing whicn lion nas con
ferred unon human beings, but it can
be abused just as it is possible to mis
use the other Diessings oi manKinu.
Its perversion is to be found in.the
intemperate and ill-advised language
which many are all tio prone to in
dulge in on every variety of occasion.
After a harsh word has been spoken,
it cannot be recalled. It may be apol
ogized for and a willingness displayed
to withdraw it, but the sting that it
carried with it loses none of its force
and sharpens even if the individuals at
whom it was aimed or about whom it
was given, is perfectly willing to I Notice of Completion of Fourth Street
Ignore n. or eueiuuo cuuuru iu do;
Mr. and Mrs. Walton A. Green left
for New York to spend the winter.
They will return here in rebruary.
Mr. Green will have charge ot the
strawberry department of the Oregon
Apple Go. on their tracks in tne upper
''I have a world of confidence in
Chamberlain's Cough Heniedy for 1
have used it with perfect Biieeess,"
writes Mrs. M. 1 l'.usford, l'oolesville,
Md. For sale by all dealers.
Reliable Druggists J
or make to believe that this is so,
Of course there ara hardly two tern'
Deraments among men which are ex
actly alike. If, indeed, the structure
of human beings as to their bodies and
minds and inherent methods were of
the same mould this would be decided
ly an uninteresting world, liut there
are a great many temperaments which
are similar in that their possessors are
inclined to be quick to wrath, in tact
this failing is more general than other
wise. It is the cause or quarrels ana
disputes between persons of more or
less intensity, but not tne less dis
agreeable no matter how slight they
There is consolation, though, in the
thought of knowledge that with the
exercise or a little care anu caution
such shortcomings as these may be
overcome, or may be reduced to a min
imum. This is Dossib e throueh a
proper appreciation of the rights of
others and their rights to their own
opinions on all things. There should
be a careiui weighing oi an worus ana
thoughts before they are uttered. This
is no easy task, to be sure, but the
results that are sure to be accom.
plished will be more than worth the
effort that have been expended to
bring them about. As bolomon says
in onelof his Proverbs: "He that is
slow to wrath is of great understand
ing: but he that is hasty of spirit
t Deancon bageDrusn.
Foley's Kidney Remedy (Liquid).
Is a creat medicine of proven value for
both acute and ciironic kidney ana man-
der ailments and for annoying urinary
irregularities. It is especially recoin
mended to elderlv people lor us wonder
ful tonic and reconstructive qualities,
and the permanent relief and comfort it
eivesthem. L. McConnell, 117 Cather
ine street. Klmira. H. says: "rive
bottles did the work for me most effect
ively and beyond doubt Foley's Kidney
Remedy is the most reliable kidney
medicine ever made.
Freight Wreck Causes Delay.
Mail and nnssenrrer truing over the
O-W. R. &. N. line were delayed rust
Thursdav for about twelve hours be
cause of a freight wreck at Eagle
Creek near Bonneville, rive cars were
Fast mail train No. 9. The Dalles
local No. 7, Chicago-Portland express
No. 5 and Soo Spokane-t'ortiana no.
11 were held east of the scene of
trouble. Passengers on the eastbound
trains were transferred around the
scene of the wreck to the westbound
trains and started eastward. The Ore
eon & Washington Limited from Chi
cago was detoured via the North Bank
A broken flange caused the accident.
The train was loaded with grain and
hay and damage to cars and contents
exceeds $5000. No one was injured.
Notliv In li.'ivliy given lliul the W. O. Al
dred Cn., onnlrtu'tnrM, have tiled wriMen
nolle this Hill diiy l H.-ptHiiilH-r, lull, r tht
niinpletloD of the iinpmveMient of Fourth
street, between Oak street Hnd ColninhiH
street, bv exruvnllnii, llllliiK Hnd rollliiK kuiih'
to the eHttihllHhed ffrmle, under their contritrl
with UiIh Clly hi'tnldte made mid enlert-d
Into, and Mutt he amount din Kiild con-
tractorH lor natd liiiprovi nieiit niton It aeoe lit.
anre 18 liertuy nuiu-u to oe ilia amount m
And notice is nirtner iiven that, any ntijpo-
t Iouh to the Hcceptanctj of Ktild work under
the coiitract.wltli I lie uald contract.orM on the
partof nald clly limy he filed In Hieomceol
the undermined i lly llecordi r ny any inter-
eBted party at any time within 8 veo day
irom tne date 01 nitiiK nam noiire, to wn,
within Beven days from the U 111 dayurMep
I'll In notice Is putillHhed Hi t tie Mood Ktver
lacier for two eonwu-ultve lMHiie thereof, the
dale of Hie flmt publication tin reof being the
Hill day ol September, lu.
11. . I' A ?m I lilif,.
il4s21 City Kerder.
Notice of Completion of State Street
Notice Ik hereby Etven that the W. (J. A
dred t., eoutractorH, have riled wrllU-u no
tice this Hlh day of Heiit., Itill, of Hie con
i, lei ion ol the Improvement ol Biate street
U ntil of ana an ol nunc i.oix n, l", and
W'i K. Hood Klver I'l-oper. In the t'lly of
Hood Blver, (Ireiion, by KradlnK Hiime to the
established grade from properly line in
curb line, under their contract with
tbla Oilv hitherto made and entered into
and that the amount due mild conlractorH
for khI (I Improvement upon IIh acceptance,
la hereby Muted to tie the amount of t;;11..1f.
And notice la further given Unit any ohjee.
tinns to the acceptance of aald Kradlug under
the contract with the nald coiitraclnrH on the
narl of said t'Uv may be filed In llio olllce i
the underHlifiieil Clly Kecoruer by any Inter.
ealed party at any time within aeven dayo
rronl ine (late oi nnna aam nonce, lo.wu
within aeven days Irom tne Hill duy oi
H -nl ember. l'Jll.
'11 1 In notice la nubllHhed In the Hood Itlvel
Olacler for two eotinecullve Ikhucn tliereol, the
date of the find publication thereof being the
Uth day of beptenuier, mil.
II. It. l,AINill.l,V
Bl42l Clly Hecorder,
A Great advantage to Working Men.
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bladder trouble. I learned of Foley
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mi I Wan takinit them and sure
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That you Mr,
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for my mamma
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one say that you
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dren and colli
ALL THE PHO
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I promise to kee
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FREDFRICK ft ARNOLD,
Singer and Wheeler A Wilson styles
Prices and terms to suit everyone. Ke
Brti-MtM faralib. .a all alodial wk
pairing and attachments for all kinds of TUa Milfnn NlirCOrV C(
machines. Office with Onthank & Ot-11 lit iMlllUll llUISCIJf IAJ.
ten. A. II.
Hazelwood lee Cream is the beet.
Free delivery in any quantity over one
quart. Eat Hazelwood once and you
will have no other. For sale by C. A.
Offers Hardv Trees from Northeastern
Oregon. Large awirtment of fruit,
shade and ornamental stock.
32 Years of Reliability. Address
(From the Tacoma Ledger, Tacoraa, Wash)
Is Proving a Boon to
The Mason Hotel at 10th and A
Streets is the Scene of Miracu
lous Cures Given Up to Live
as Cripples or Die All These
Have Been Restored to
Health and Happiness
by Dr. Madison's Pure
Essence of the Green
Plant and His
Kvery day adds to the lone; lint of pcrmiitient cures that Pr. Madison
in HcroinplisliiiiK in his marvelous way tit the Miimhii Hotel at Hllh and A
streets. Hlieiimiitic cafes of long standinn seem to instantly vanish before
his seientilic treatments. Many despondent sufferers of chronic. alllictioiiH
aie willing ami anxious to testify to thetrrcat things be has done for them.
This is truly the ago of wonders. Discoverers anil inventors ate radi
ating from all quarters of the globe. The modern philanthropists have also
come in eor their tduin' of prominence, but few have won the gratitude of
suffering humanity aB bus lr. Madison since discovering his phenoininnt
system of permanent cures, after years of service in same of the world's
best medical institutions. His lecture at the Tacoma theater Tuesday
night, June li, was not oniy most interesting and instructive, but a revel
ation as well. It is the talk of the town. The patients to whom he gave
instant relief before the eyes of the audience have experienced no return
symptoms and cannot say enough in praise of what the Doctor has done
Dr. Madison's system of treatment was made possible by his discovery
of the great virtue that lies hidden in the juices of tho various plants from
Mother Karth. Thong l serving as a practitioner for years under the old
.school, Dr. Madison has abandoned the old orthodox methods in his pres
ent system of cure. He is opposed to poisoning the system with too many
drugs. Nature seems to accomplish unaccountable cures through herbs,
on iiiimnn beings, as for ages they have in their silent way upon the
natives of forests, foothills, mountains ami plains where nature furnishes
In certain complicated ciihch and in abnormal anatomy, Dr. Madison
associates bloodless surgery with tho "juice of the green plant." Thero
ara but few specialists in the world today who have won the title of
" bloodless surgeons.'1 Dr. Madison is one of them. It is hoped for the
sake of sofTeriug humanity that many more will aconite this ability to
Dr. Madison has scores of convincing testimonials at his ollice. They
tell stories of human suffering relieved, which Iia.vu rarely been equalled
in the annals of medical and surgical history. Almost every one was at,
one time given up by the doctors either to die or spend the remainder of
their life in bed or on crutches. Some of these cures wero wrought hero
in Tacoma at the ollices in the Hotel Mason, where he is now givingtreat
ment daily. Koine ars our Tacoma citizens, known and respected hero.
Some live in various pints of the state and some from other states. What
the eyes see the heart must believe.
Read What the Patients Say
Tacoma. Wash., June 15, 1(111.
Dr. Madison treated me for deafness June 6, 1011, at the Tacoma
Theater, lie told inn to come to his ollice tit the Mason Hotel the next
day, which I did. He removed a growth from my ear and now 1 hear as
good as ver. 1 take great pleasure in recommending Dr. Madison.
(Signed) L. M. I.lKliFKIIil).
Tacoma, Wash., June 15, 1911.
I commenced treatment eight days ago w ith Dr. Madison for liver and
stomach trouble. I hail almost become a nervous wrick and had tried
many doctors, but could get no relief. Dr. Madison's treatment gave mo
almost instant relief and 1 feel like a new woman. I take great pleasure
in recommending Dr. Madison. (Signed) MUS. L. U1TSON.
Dr. Madison treated me eight days ago at the Tacoma Theater and I
am improved and hear as well as ever. (Signed) WM. LYON.
I employ this menus to signify the gratitude I feel toward Dr. Mad;son
and his successful methods of treating disease. I have been a long suffer
er of Chronic ltheutnatism and my suffering for the past three years has
been beyond endurance. I consulted many physicians and spent largo
sums of money in my efforts to get relief, but instead ol finding it 1 had
to resorl to crutches to enable me to move alHint. I am still wondering
over w hat Dr. Madison has done for me. It seems beyond human concep
tion, but nevertheless the fact remains that since Dr. Madison has treated
me in public at lieek's Theater last Tuesday night my rheumatism is past
history, Instead of hobbling about in pain I visit his ollice unassisted
and enjoy all tho pleasures and happiness of health. I cannot say too
much iu praise of what Dr. Madison has done for me.
MKS. L. J. WUKiHT, 7(i8 Knox St., Dellingham, Wash.
'Ijwas helpless from that giant disease, rheumatism. I managed to
make my way on crutches to the Kverett Theater. When Dr. Madison
called for cripple, I went to the platform and he treated me for .10 min
utes, after which I walked off the stage and went home without crutches.
I went to work for li. 11. Vollans on March 1 and feel fine. I was treated
Feb. 25, 10. O. K. SMITH, Kverett, Wash.
I was on crutches for four and a half pear. Dr. Madison treated inn
at the Kverett Theater Tliinsilav night, Feb 20, l'.ttm, and he broke my
crutches and I walked out of the theater. I continue to walk without the
aid of tho crutches and am feeling fine.
MKS. K. C. DEAN, 20:15 Wet more, Everett, Wash.
Dr. -Madison treated me for deafness seven years ago. I am improved
and fiear as good as ever. OEOlttiE WADDELL, Kverett, Wash.
Arc These Cures Permanent? Read and Be Convinced.
This is to certify that I have been a helpless cripple for two and one
half years from that giant disease, Rheumatism, and was in bed part of
the time; for two years was compelled to walk with crutches. Dr. Madi
son treated me at the Opera House August 6, 1!05, and broke my crutches
on the stage. I walked out of the opera house without them; and I con
tinue to walk and inn feeling fine have no more use for my crutches. I
take pleasure in recommending Dr. Madison to the public.
(Signed) M. T. CHARLTON, Noise, Idaho, August 0, 1908.
I was treated by Dr. Madison at the opera house, August , 1905, for
deafness. Have been improving ever since. I now hear as well ai I ever
dfd and shall be ever grateful to Dr. Madison for curing me.
(Signed) M. 11. COLLINS, Hoise, Idaho, August ti, KKW.
The voice of the skeptic ic now hushed, for they must now believe
tilis man is a wonder, for they can now see what he really can do, and
w hat the eyes see the heart must believe.
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