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tflio Mother's Btalemont A Singular
C'uho ud lOi Astonishing Uuro.
(From theJoilrnnl, Detroit, Midi.)
Every 0110 in tlio vicinity of Mel
d ill in Ave. and Ciiamplnln K., Detroit,
Knows Mm. McD'.nuld, and many a
neighbor has reason to feel very grnte.
fill to her for the kind nud friendly
Interest alio has iimnlfcatecl la cases of
Hho Is n kind hearted friend, n
natural nurse, uiid nu intelligent and
To a reporter she recently tulked at
some length about Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills, Riving eoinu very lnlretting in
slauces In her own lmuitdliite kuowl
edge of marvelous cures, and the mil
vernul botiollceuee of tlio remedy to
those who hud used It.
"I iiave reason to know," fluid Mm
AIoDooulU, "something of the worth ol
tide medicine, for it hub Leen demon
Hiruted in my own immediate family
My daughter Kittle is attending htgli
mh ol, uud Iiub never beon very ntioti
siiico sue begau. J hujjimwo alio imidler
hard and she has quite u dhtuuee to go
overyday. When thuBinull-pox brok
out nil or tlio euhool uhildrou had to be
vuceluateil. I took her over to Dr
Jumcsou uud lie VMUuliiuted her. 1
uover enw uuuh uii urm lu my life ami
tlio doctor suld lie never did. Bile war
broken out on her shoulders and bauli
uud was Justus slok us she uould bu.
To udd to it nit iieiirulgia set in, und
the poor otilid wits In misery, dim is
fintilr,ill v rif il tifirtiiiid hiiiiiinriiniuii.
and she sudered most awfully. Even
lifter sho recovered thu neuralgia did
not leave her. Htoriny days or das
(hut were clauipor preceded it storm
bIio could not go out ut all. Hhe wan
palu and thin, ami hud no appetite.
"I have forgotten Just who told me
about the Pink Pills, but 1 cot some
for her uud they cured her right up
tihe has a nice color lu her face, eute
uud sleeps well, goes to school everj
luy, uud Is well uud Btroug in every
parilciiliu. I have never beard of any
Uilng to bulla up the blood to compare
with Pink Pills. J shull always keep
them lu the house and recommend
tliem to my neighbors."
Dr. Williams7 Pink Pills for Palo
Peoplo ure not a puteut medlotuo, but
a ro a thoroughly scientific preparation,
tlioresuUof years ofcurelul study on
tliu putt of an eminent graduate of
McUill Medical College, and of Edit),
uurgh University, ticotlaud, ami they
were successfully ustd by lilui lu his
everyday practice for years before being
ollered fur general sale. The nierit of
Dr. Willlums' Pink Pills Is attested by
tlie hundreds of marvelous cures they
have wrought lu all parts of the
country, and now thelrsule far exceeds
that ot any other propriety medicine.
This Is the best test of the fact that Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills perform nil their
mutters claim ror menu, una lu necking
nu eilectlvo ncrvo food which would
nourish without over-stimulating, uud
would build up naturally the wasted,
ilubby uud diseased nerves, uud which
would ut tlio same time gtyo u supply
of blood ut once purer, richer and
redder, uud more capable of currying
nutriment uud oxygon to every ivorvo
und muscular iluru of the body, Dr.
Williams struck ut the root of all
disease, uud It Is eminently proper,
therefore, to give t list of the diseases
for which this preparation is Intended,
Which wo (to herewith:
All diseases arising from a poor und
wutery coudltlou of tho blood, such us
palu uud sullow complexion, general
musculur weakness, loss of uppolile,
depression of spirits, luck of umblllou,
uuuetultt, chlorosis of greeu sickness,
palpitation of the heart, shortness ol
breath on hIIkIh exertion, coldness ol
hands or feet, sweellug of tho feet uud
limbs, palu iu the oucu, nervous head
nolle, dizziness, lodu of memory, feeble
ness of will, ringing lu the ours, early
decuy, ull forms ol female weukuess,
lucoorrhoea, tardy or lrregulur periods,
suppression of inuusas. hysteria, paruly
els, locomotor utuxiu, rheumatism,
aclutlcu, nil diseases depending on
Vitiated humors lu tho blood, cuuslug
eorofulu. swelled glands, fever sores,
rickets, hlp-Jolut diseases, hunchback,
acquired deformities, decayed bones,
chronic orysipelus, catarrh, cousump
tlou of thu liuwols uud luuus, uud also
for Invigorating the blood uud system
wheu broken down by overwork,
worry, disease, excesses uud indlsoro-
tlous of living, recovery from ucute
diseases, such us foyers, etc., loss of
vltul powers, spermatorrhoea, early
decay, premature old uge. They uct
directly on tho blood, supplying to the
blood its llfo-glylng quuhiies by assist
ing it to to ubsoru oxygon, thut greater
auimorter of ull oruauio lite.
i'luk Bills uro sold by ull dealers, or
will bo sent post paid qn receipt of
price, (60 cents a box or six boxes for
2 60 there uro never sold hi bulk or
by tho 100) by addressing Dr. Williams'
Medlcluo Company, rjcheiieotudy,N.Y.
Call for Warrants.
Notice is Hereby gtvou tliut I have
fuuds iu hand to pay nil outstanding
warrauts uud ucciued iutercbt up to
November J, 1604, uud thut luteiest on
titttno ceases from this date.
Treasurer Marlon County, Oregon,
September 7 1M)6,
Easily, Quickly, Permanently Restored.
xiouuiir, nnu an uio train
or evils from early errors or
later ixxeesses, the results o(
overwork, alrkuets. worry,
etc. iiutrougtu, uevoi.
opment nud tone given to
u7JtH)"r'ry nrgau und iwrtlon
g!Ml' M ural methods, fuunpdi.
1 I I iU U ate imnrovcmrnl neen.
explanation and proof roullod (sealed) free.
urn imnmtiiiii. "(ui mrerunres. hook.
EIIE MEOIQAL 00,, Bufftii, N.Y.
A School Girl's Awful
VGOR "' MEN
THE COTE JOURML.
(JMI1.Y AMD WKKKLY.J
y HOPBH BnOTHBHS,
SATURDAY, SEPT. li, 1835.
lUJU-'JIM lJBU IL'JUiLJULLUli-11 LJ.'-IJU
SOME QUEER IDEAS.
Some of tho Porlaud Bonacs Boom lo
havo Queer Ideas. They are willing a
man should talk reform as loug as ho
doti't mean it. The Oregonlan does not
object to.Q tay talking against tho two
of money In election because Quay
says,lt but because he is known to be a
man who means what bo Bays.
There is no objection among this
emeu to John H. Mitchell becauso he
says lie is for gold and sliver as stand
urd money, but because thoy suspect
he is in earnest about it, and means
what he says.
They do not ol'ject to platforms and
otudldates that talk about economy
and refuim as loug as it Is only talk.
But when they finds n man who means
list what he says, und swears with
o'd Hickory Jackson that by tho eter
nal he will carry out what is promised
the people, they have no further use
This same class of shnm Republicans
are all ndmlres of Grover Cleveland, u
goldbug who was smart enough to be
elected on a platform promising the
money of the constitution. Thry
I'lmiro Carllslo and Hoke Smith who
a few yeurs ago wero rampant free nil
ver men and now havo turned clear
iver to worship the golden calf. Is
Next thing to having attended the
-tfsslons of the national convention nl
Denver, a teacher must enjoy the read
lug of n sympathetic nccouut of that
great gathering, Especially if it Ib n
careful skimming oft the cream of tho
whole gathering iu tho light of the
new education. Thut is what the Sep
tember "Kindergarten Mugaztno and
Journal of tho New Education" will
give you, if you want to come in touch
with the heart of thut great gathering
of tho world's educators. Tho Sep
tember number is the beginning of
volume VI 1 1.
"Northwest Journal of Education"
of Olymnlu, Wn., uud Portland Ore.,
edited by Mr. und Mrs, B. W. Brlnt
uall, Is out for September. It Is a
readabla magazine of 21 pages, tho first
number of Vol. VII. The prlco Is 1 a
yeur. It Is now tlio only publication
from California to Alaska this sldo of
the Ruckles. It contains much valu
able and interesting mutter and is
worth twice tho prlco for tho personal
acquaintance uny llvo teacher can form
among tho profession in the great
west, whore tho distances preclude
muuy meetings. Tho Washington ex
amination questions on English litera
ture are of an unusualy high order, and
cortulnly tho stato board of examiners
meuu that touchers Iu that stuto shall
bo no spring chicken Intellects on one
suoject ut least,
Judgo Whalley was allowed $4,
000 attorney's fco out of the Oregon
I'uclflo salo of (100,000. He Is or.o of
tho baud of attorneys in charge when
tho proiiorty was forced into Receiver
Clark's wards. Tho claim should never
havo been paid. He should havo been
forced to take pay pro rata, but It
seems hud an ltisklo pull ubeadof his
fellow laborers who had bills for legal
Public Boutimont undoubtedly forced
tlio old Portland nug to ubaudon its
real cnudlduto for Qoveruor und Secret
ary of Btatus, l'tibllo sontluieut deut-
utulud better men. Publlo eeutlment
forced tlio old ring to acquiesce in tbo
iioinlnutlon of decent men uud popular
men. It la u fraud nu the people that
wheu thus forced to do a thlug which
they did not want Ito do, that they
should bu rewarded with the oflloea.
Give tm a clean uonpartlsau udlcl
ury, Mr, Governor. A niau may be a
itepubllcati nud a good Judge. But lie
should bo a good lawyer uud a good
Republican tho bent Is uone too good.
Hut he should not be a man who atoopa
to unfair methods In politics, or u hla
Children Cry for
In HaIoht, tho Postnn.l TiftsJntm
NW. are having a wordy war over I h
"blootrur bloyollst." Whether it fa
ever decided or not, we will bet a fili
hook the bow-legged girls will never
wear bloomers long. btaytqn Times.
They are- tho very ones who will
wear them long.
The press of tho state Is significantly
silent on the proposed elevation of
Senator McGinn to the judiciary. The
Albany Herald says:
"It is to bo hoped that Gov. Lord
will select as Irreproachable a roan as
was Judge Hurley, and one ns Balls
factory to the people."
The Defender showed herself u Custer
boat than tlio Valkyrie. It Is too bad,
though, that there could not havo been
fuller and fairer tests of the speod o.
both vecseli. Wo cannot feel but thut.
Dunravcu has come oil best from u
The now-deal clean-deal Republicans
do not want McGinn tube Judge. The
people do not want him for any im
Salem streets should be well cleaned
before wluter sets iu. Tho laws as to
tho throwing filth on tho streets uud
alleys should be better enforced.
Tho Astoria Budget Buys ufter that
town has raited two subsidies for him,
Mr. liummoud Is not dolug anything.
Why do certain men want McGinn
lor Judgt-? Because ho Is known to be
merciless to his enemies.
By the w-ny, Isn't that fud of calling
down the curse of God on what you
disapprove of, n little ancient?
'lliK Jouhnal ineuds up an earnest
prayer for two weeks of fulr, steady fall
iv eat her, to save our hops nud pruues,
Every county In Oregon should hold
a good county fulr.
Jo. Simon should not
bo given o
Judgo to pructtco with,
Bishop Bowman owes an apology to
Humane Christianity aone Is Christ
llko. Newberg has a kindergarten.
Did You Ever Think
That you cannot be well unless you have
puro, rich blood? If you ate weak, tired,
languid and all run down, It is because your
blood is impoverished and lacks vitality.
These troubles maybe overcome by Hood's
Sawaparilla becauso Hood's Sarsnpaiilla
makes pure, rich blood. It is, In truth tha
great blood purifier.
Hood's Pills cure iivcr ills, constapation,
biliousness, janndlce, sickheadache, indices,
Orogoa Frutt Union.
Mr. Brown of tho Oregon Fruit
union, Is in the city today and says
their union has shipped 20 cars prunes
und plums east this season and sales
average 1 cts. a pound not, or over
11000 a car. Ho says tho union has a
now label called Capital I) rami. It 1h
a handsome lithograph with a graceful
branch of pruues waving over the state
house of Oregon with tho words "Cap
ital urana l'ruues," Salem, Oregon,
buds, yotuifr wo
men just entering
the doors of soci
ety or wornnn
hood, require the
wisest care. To
be beautiful and
char mi up they
must have perfect
health, with all it
Implies- a clear
skin, rosy cheeks,
bright eyes and
good spirits. At
this period the
young woman is
tlve, ami many
through life, have
their origin at this
tune, ir there lie
pain, headache, backache, and nervous dls.
oua use of medicine should be
employed. Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion is the best restorative tonic and nerv.
iue at this time. The best bodily condition
results from its use. It's a remedy spe.
daily indicated for those delicate weak,
nesscs and derangements that afllict wo.
menkind at one period or another, You'll
find that the woman who has fnlthfullv
iiscu iue --rrescnpuoii" is the picture
health, she Awcr well and she feels well.
the "Prescription" is the picture of
In catarrhal inflammation, In chronic dls
placements common to women, where there
arc symptoms of backache, dizziness or
tainting, bearing down sensations, dlsor.
dercd stomach, moodiness, fatigue, etc.,
the trouble is surely dispelled and the
sufferer brought back to health and good
Mas. W. R lUTFS.ofi
JhlUVtl. lYHMiHll O),, c
"A few years sjro I
took Doctor i'lercc's
which has becu great
beucOt to iue. I am iu
excellent health uow,
I hope that evtry wo
man, who Is troubled
with 'women's ills,'
will trr the Prescrln.
tion and be btatfitta
Ml have been ."
.ssssssssssV A. W
In Advanced Years.
flood's Sarsaparilla is often of great valna
in giving tho strength so much desired.
Mr. V. Q. Wymnn of Saratoga, Cat., had
a largo bunch, called a tumor, on bla
right breast. Ho took Hood's Barspaa
rlllA which gavo him new life and vigor
and tho rnhi and all traces of tumor havo
wholly disappeared. Hosaysf "JFlvo bot
ties did tho work. It 1 literally truo,
cure. Wo also think Hood's Pills the test
MIL I ON RHODE3,
All kinds or work mnde to order.
l:i Court street, Ma'em. Or.
Mrs. C. Jr. 0le
will rcorcn bo-
KINPERG ARl EN
in tin i ongregallonnl church parlor on Hlpt-
SO. U 10-tlil
Parlors Over Grayliron.
CoutrnctH wanted at ieaouille price.
Worn Karnutecd. IlefrrsGct ns to experi
ence and rcKponslMllty;iiiriil!H'J H'.lto
I'. I. ICtriKKK,
Halom, 1) 0. Or.
Good accommodations, with
table und bed kept up to its
old standard. Guests sorvod
with tho greatest comfort.
F. M. Steele
JIp diincry and Bicycle Repair
Klectrlca'; jolannd Medical llatler n spe
cialty, Hmau Dynamos ond Motors bult and
repaired. All work done lu tlio beat manner.
ffil Commercial st. ICottlo block. li
fUuoeessor to O. M. HeokA Oo.l ,c
llest meats In tha .city. Jfromptdellvery
nt lowdst prl.
SALEM TILE WORKS.
JLAUaK3TOCK ON HAND .
Special lnducemenUToHered. Hhlpped 'to al
point on short notice. Uend for prices.
Yapis, North Halera.
Address J. K, MUUI'HY,
Fair Grounds, Or
SALEM WATER CO.
Office: Willamette Hotel Building
For water service apply at orMce. Dills pay
able monthly in advunoo. Make aU com.
piaiuw in ina oiuce.
Irrigation mnntlil-lunA. .fnlv. Anmist anri
September; uours-U to t a. m., 6 to p. m.
Irrigation bills payable on or bofore the 1st
or Julv. Stroet sprtukllng positively forbidden
lilff 42 la a non.nAlAniinua
reoiinly fur (lunorrlTiea.
'UUltEiTH iM. apormtorrlui;
nuiirs, uunaiurti uu
ebsrgea, or any IntUoiain.
Hod. IrrltAtlnu or ulr&.
tfftu faUfUa. tlan uf iiiuonua niwni.
IrwEuisCHluienCa brn. Naii-astrlDstat.
kaNCimuHO.JBM ' "r "rnntui.
or srni in pisia wrspprr.
l.w, or a ooillcn, (J.JJ.
7 vAflv, vivwiu. lur
Irciilar soul oil rtuMt.
SomdhlHg tfov Mother nml the
WHAT THE JOURNAL OFFERS FREE
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in Every Household.
Journal renders who renew
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lowing terms ran havo their
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"QUEEN OP FASHIONS"
free, by mail, ono year to any
subscriber who pays for tho
Daily by carrier three months
in ndvance, at this oflico,$1.50j
or tho Wkekly one year and a
half in advance, 1.50. This
gives you tho best 16-pnge il
lustrated fashion magazine of
Now York free for ono year.
Tho nboyo prices aro not cash,
and tho cheapest combination
ovor offered. Tho "Queen" is
a high-class, practical, home
Upon tho same terms you
can obtain this delightful" Chi
cago children's magazmo. Just
tho thing to road to the little
ones ol the homo circle. It
brings tho kindorgai ton intt
tho home. Song, gamo3 and
story. Beautifully illustrat d,
?U year. Published by the
Kindergarten Literatu-e Co.
Samples of these magazines
will bo furnished freo b mail
or can bo seen at this office.
Will recelvo children lrom 3 years upwards.
Hpecinl Mttentlon to begluuers. All ile-lred
jranohes for the o'dor pupils tautlil. Includ
ing drawmir, modellngr. nuislo plain and
artistic needle work. All work
individual pian, .n which each tlitld li
vanced according to lu own capacity,
terms and particulars apply to Miss O. Ill
Twentieth and Cbemekela sts.
Oldest InsUtuUon of learning lu the state.
Kull preparatory and collegiate courses. Total
enrollment for mi 6, Ml students. Expenses
moderate. New gjmnaslum, Fifty-second
year begins Bent, 17. 1895. '
ror luiormauon or catalogue address
W. II. 114 IVI.KV A M
ir you lo ve your boy give him the most val-
nuia ut nil K ilh. luo uii. eaucaTinn
Theie is no better place tLanijf
MT. ANQKU OH.
Bohool complete in every respoct. Bpleadid
Stan or teachers. eirailiKnt m.si. hi.min,i
and healthy locatlou. constant careand strict
discipline, and costs but M a month. 8111m
Mr German elniiMmn lu mn..n
Jlmo a;ter HepV" 15. TennT. private lessens.
Mo, Ohissesornve, tl The (Uerinao Batur.
uy scnooi ror cuuaroa will be opened at
Lhannlne ha l.coruer Chemetetaand CottaKe
on sept. 5. Terras, 6io ner month, I am a
2Laretm.Vy ,!10l a Oarmsn teaehers"
certiOcate from tha Irtmtnn nvn.n.n. .IT.
another rrora the 8L Uiuls. Mo., publlo schools.
m na. w. a. a itAPatsY.
I'lano slnslnir In tho Italian method and
harmony Uugnt. Itegular course Inmuslc
given by Ur. larla. Will be Inetelamtwu
252-liS0.01 cUen at bomesorpapui
when desired, li'tn.-.i uh.i ..v'
IV. unrt unn.. vf7.Tir.Viri"" ""' "?."""
--, -. -MH.U !(,
TflE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
writ, ror arnica ""ww-
ITS. UHJfo HA.RZKH.
of all kindi and
PRICES LOWER TI7AN
Steiner & Blosser,
fc'tate Street, Salem,
Tranaucts a g6nernl bamcinK UhbIuchs
C. fl. LANE
211 Commercial St., Salotn
JunN BTAMLEY. ; JIM MKAU
STANLEY & WEAD,
STEAM WOOD SAW
Low price. Lftvo ntJera at
i. U. Wi'HtucoU'HMatiiu, back of l'.O. 0-U tl
J. J. JfARKINS,
nop nt 100 Uliomekeln Rtrcot, near Com
irnlrtl. Hpeclitl nlUntlou to luterlorluz and
HH4 Willi ftlMfWtl flt
Fresh, salted ana mnoked MenU and Bau
U08. 9ltolrtseriitor liuuts In bot ilmie.
vi'ptln nu AI lcocncut, etutern style. Free
tellvory, BoutU UommercUl street.
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E. M. WAITE PllINTING CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Lcyal Blank Publishers.
Unsh's New Brlok.ovor tho bank, Uom'l strwii
East and South
THE oriASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Comoanv.
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TWKKW ;iQKT,AWD AMD 8. Jr.
8:60 p. in.
K-'IU a. id
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Abjy.? tT?,,lu' "top t Kast Portland. Or
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Itoseburg to Ashland Inclusive.
ltoHKuuito maJl uaiuyT
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0:15 p. m. Ar. Balem. Lv
Dlulng Cars on Ogdou Kouto
PDLLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
Second Class Sleooin Cars
Attached to all through trains.
fast Side Division, Between Porilmia
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ri.vo p. ni
1:31 p. m
tJ& Albany and Corvallls connect wltn
trains of Oregon Central A Eastern Hallroad.
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5:0 a. m
J?aiilpoll,Ul,a V18 Bern SUtes, Canada
and Europe oan be obtained at lowest rates
trom,,. ,,SV, """. AilenTeln!
tr . .x"i!. ojsou u. e. ana rain., -ict.
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kwn.n.i,n,UaJ:Ya'u,nR Uay w,th the Ban
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YaVuiSi'?0'".?!! JSfP?". lta from
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Ss0rtU?lllonht.belWe,,a tae WHlsmetteliiey
Fare from Albany, or Ipol&u west to h. !
Francisce: cabin, 'tlij iieeruge. is- Sibfi?
round trip, www days, Jis w caDia-!
t or sailing days apply to
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:PHAH.OLAHK.8unt. njilftf'f?.' i
kijwjn 1TONK,Mana5er,'o6rvairis7or u ' '
:-I, 0 HWHItU:U)cai Agent, tjalsm, Jl(
Union Pacific System
PORTLAND to CHICAGO
Our trains nre healed byi stiam aim
lighted by I'lnUoh light. U(1 "
Tlmo to Chlcairo, 8J days.l
Tlmo to Now York, ty; days.
peUwiS? '" ma"y UUn qWcker ,han R"
apX totC8'tlm0tabl08andl fuU ,nftloB
I50ISE & IMHKEIt,
A 'eats, Bolero, Or,
K-l W. PA KTEIt, O. K. IIIIOWW
aeierd Agent. U t. Pai, A -2ii
1115 Tb rrt t.. Portland. ' A Ml
TO GRAND FORItr
BOSTON and all
Points East end Southl
TIIOMA8. WATT C CO,,
B Uomnierclal st., Aloa,tu
Or A. D. OitAitivroN. Asdt. Gnl. I'm
Agent; 256 Morrlwou at., corner Third.
I II & I. ft
To The Kast
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I VIA 1
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Low Rales lo all Eastern Cities. -
Ooeanateamera leave Portland tvery Ave dy
Kor iuli;detalls call on or address
HOIHK A HA It U Kit.
W. II. ilUHLUUItr,
Gen. l'ass. Agent.
G. it. POWEKS,
Local Ticket Ajront
Koni nUTi-Hd t
Caui-e r l'A I'Elt-mnre lot or heavy
wrapplna paper ror sale cheap. Ju
l. i cmr I,ull,Be under carpets. Call a
W ChlrhetUr I-.mi(uu jMHbiuitu ilrflnH
r i7V uritfiMttiaud Only Genuine.
ssrsv mtwmj rwiKDit, ladiksi
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Combines every element of
ocauty ana piinty, it is Deauti
fying, soothing, healing, health
ful, and harmless, and when
rightly used is invisible. A most
delicate and desirable protection
to the tace in this climate.
Insist upon haying the genuine.
IT M FM SALE EVERYWHERE.
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