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MMIWOIUJ MAIL TR03UNU, MEDF01U). .OKECION, FRIDAY, .7TLY 0, 1915
IOCAL AND ,
George Sorcnson of Grants I'nB.i,
locnl manager of tlio Hoguo Itivcr
Public ScrvJco corporation, lins sov-
cred jits conncctlou with tlio com
pany. Mrs. W. II. Cnnon has Leon called
to Sacramento by tlio illness ot her
son Fny, -who-ls Btlll suffering from
injuries received sovcml years ago
from a gasollna torch explosion; '
After tlio coining Sunday tlio Hall
jmsscngor schedulo between Med for il
and',Ashland will bo discontinued
during tlio Crater I.uko ncuBon, ns nil
the cars will bo required to hnhdlo
heavy tourist bookings to the lako. D t
Alex Ilosoborough of Oakland, soc
retary of tho California-Oregon Power
company, is In Medford on business
connected with his company.
MUs Ituby Hurke nnd n jiarty of
friends of Portland loft for San Krun
clnco to tnko In tho fair.
Intcrurban autocar for Chaulnunua
nt Ashland will leavo Medford Hotol
Friday nt 0:45 p. in., Saturday nt
7:15 p. in. nnd Monday nt 7 p. m.
ItoturnliiB nftor program. Tho Ulg
Gray Car. 03
B. V. 6'offln of Medford, has boon
in Orants Pass Interesting former
residents ot (own In tho big Iowa
picnic to bo lirM nt Ashland on Fri
day, July 10. Mr. Coffin, who Is pres
ident of tho ModTord lva club, Is
tho nctlvo head of movement for
tho formation of it Hoguo vnl'oy or
ganization, to ha perfected nv Ash
land. Tho Medford nnd Ashland
clubs already ropronont overal hun
dred lownns, nnd Grants l'nsn Is ask
ed to Join tho movement. Tho local
pcoplo aro rautiostod to Join In tlio
program nnd all lownns and their
friends and urged to ho present. A
big basket dinner will bo sorved In
tho park along Ashland creek, and
tho progrnm will bo composed of
numbers provided by Iowans from
tho different localities. Grunts Pass
Thoro is no ttso preparing your
Sunday dlunor at homo when you can
got such a. splendid dinner ut tho
Na8i.Cafn,iorln. Kvorythlng tlio mar
kef affords. 13
Soma fnncy specimens of fruit nro
now beng shown nt tho exhibit build
ing. Apricots donntod by J. A. WAist
qrjund and Mrs, Win. Cnrroll of -llili
North Central; currants, ruspberrles
ntu) throu vnrlctlos of blackberries by
J.'lj. Doin mor.
Volvot tev cream nt Do Vno's. ,
Announcements have been received
that W. II. Morldlth, formerly county
nttornoy of Curry county nnd it enn
dldato for congress n year ago, has
formed n law partnership with Joseph
8. Campbell of San Diego, nnd will
hereafter make that city his homo.
Tho Medford Vulcanizing works nro
now vulcanizing punctures nt 2Cc.
.K. V. Coffin of this city spout Wed
nesday In Grants Pass attending to
Drink Colro Kola "first for thirst"
Go nt your favorlto fountulu. D!l
Arthur McGlnnls of Seattle, "Wash
ington, s visiting his aunt, Mrs. Vor
iiius, nt DIG W. Jackson street.
Seo Dnvo Wood nbout thnt ftro In
nuranco policy. Offlco Mull Tribune
Tho Medford baaobnll tenm will
play (Ira n I a Pass Sunday, and n largo
number of local (huh will accompany
Will N. Crossy, it newspaper nnd
magnzlno writer of national fume,
passed through Medford tho first of
tho week on au uuto tour of the Pa
Do Voo carries tho host Una of
flvo cent cigars In tho city.
1). S. Allen of Morahfleld Is among
the outof town visitors fit tho elly
I toy Harrison, of Colustlu spent
Thursday afternoon In Medford at
tending to hiiHluuss matters.
Homo-mado pastry nt tho Shasta.
Gcorgo Poppas, it sixteen year old
Greek lins startod his Amorlrau bus
iness career by pui chasing it boot
bluck Btaud. poppas was In tho samu
business In Constantinople. Ilo ro
rccolved u letter from that cll this
week saying that an undo and n
cousin had been wounded In the fight
ing on Gulllpoll peninsula.
Chocolatos, 30 cents lb. Do Voo's.
A special train hearing lending
editor) nnd nowspnpermou of Iowa
will pass through Medford Monday
en route from 5an Frunotsco.
Got your butter, eggs, creum. milk
dnn buttor milk at Do Voo's.
Dr. K. M. French or this city has
u sister residing uonr Cincinnati, vls-
ltcd Wednesday by tho sevorost wlud-
filorni In Us history, and Is anxiously
uwaltlng news fiom her. Many Mud
ford people who formorly llvud In the
storm belt, have frltuuls and rolullves
Meroliants Lunch. 25c. Tho Shasta.
Soelo Hall returned Thursday af
ternoon from Crutor Lake and roimrt-
eil tho roads muddy u a rtwuit oi iwtMttreeU
days rain In thut switJon. A day or
sunshlno will put tho rout! In fine
Bring your loganborrloa to Mod
ford Cannery and receive 1c a pound.
James Bates, father and mother,
will Iravo Sunday on n motor trip to
Crr tx Lake.
Nick Klmoof the Griffin creek J
district spent Thursday nfternpon In
Medford on business.
Tho Medford Cnhnory wants lognii-
berrlos nnd pays -ic it pound. 03
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wick Fox nnd- Miss
'Evelyn Taylor loft Thursday on a
fishing trip on Butto creek.
Ross Kline of tho Lltto Butto dis
trict spont Thursday In Medford at';
tending to business matters.
Siskiyou or Colcstln wntor, 10c per
bottlo at Do Voo's. '
P. W. (Icrwold of Solinn Is spending
a fow days In tho city nttondlng to
N. L. Wnlkor of Ktna Mills Is
among tho. out of town visitors in tlo
city, this week. '' '
Fresh ronstod poanuts at Do Voo's.
J. G. Lucey of Ashland spont
Tuursdny In Medford attending to
Dr. Shaw of Yrcka, Cal., attend to
business mntlcrH In this city Thurs
day, J. O. Gorklng,' tho best nit nround
photogrnphor In soiitliorn Oregon.
Always rcllablo. Negatives mndo any
whoro, time or place. Studio 228
Main 8$. Phono 320-J.
Tlio Misses Alysso Jones and Wnvo
Jacobs and James Vanco nnd.MnrvIn
Mitchell motored to Ashland Thurs
da yeventntf to viait friends,
'Bill Martin was arrested by Cou-
stoblo Al Hammond Thursday night
on suspicion of being wanted In Cho
halls, Wush., for murder. Advices
frohi tho sheriff of Low(s county,
Washington, this morning said that
Merlin did not fit tho description of
(ho man wanted. Ho was released,
Martin was arrested In tho "Jungles"
on Bear creek.
Havo you tried one of thoso Gc
milk 'shakes nt DoVoo's?
Bob Forrest, a former resident or
this city nrrlvod Thursday night tor
n row days' visit. Mr. Forrest and
party nro touring tho coast In an auto.
Two thousand dollars to loan.
Ilolmos, tho Insurnnco Mnn,
Bon Collins or Jncksonvlllo was
struck In tho oyo Saturday by a sky
rocket, during tho Fourth or July col
obrntlou at Palmer crook, nnd for
naiu,io,.n,iWus feared jjuit ho would
Iqsil Ijls night. Tho rpekot' struck
Colitis uonr tho eye, Injuring tho oyo
bull. it Is pow bollevcd that tho In
J u rod member will bo wived.
A For car driven by W, A. Sum
nor, innnngor of (ho Potior l'ulinor
interests In thn Hoguo rvcr vnlloy,
crashed Into n wood wagon at tho cor
ner o( Mnln and Central avenues
Thursday afternoon. Tho auto wns
making tho turn when It rammed Into
tho wagon, scuttorliiK wood. Tho rront
wheels of tho Ford woro Jnmnod.
C. B. Gates Thursday received n
carload shipment of eight Fords.
Blovon people woro waiting for thorn.
Some woro so anxious for tho mach
ines (hat tboy tissoinblpd tho parts
Monday next will hn Medford Day
ut the Ashland Chautauqua, and n
largo delegation will attend from this
Frank Uyhen of Jncksonvlllo spent
Thursday In Medford attending to
Georgn Lnnco of Gold Hill spent
Thursday In Medford nttondlng to
K. J. Nedd of this city spent Thurs
day In Orants Pnss attending to bus
8. H. Bullls ot tho Sterling uilno Is
In tho city today.
Nil G. Brown nnd party of friends
returned Thursday ulghl from nn
auto trip to Mnrshflold. They report
ruin prnotloally all of tho trip, but
pono In Jackson or Josephine coun-
8. 8. flmlth spont Thursday In
Ashland nttopdUiK' tint Kansas Day
oNurt'lsos at the Cliuplauuua.
.luUw Lunges, a rook at the Bats,
slipped and foil while working In the
kitchen Thursday morning, nnd
sprained his knee.
Bxodus ut undesirable citizens or
both sovtw from northern, California
towns continue, tho mural wave be
ing tho roKiilt of tho redllght abate
ment law pus.od by tho last Califor
nia legislature. Some of the exiles
stopped In thin oil sand Ashland, and
woro ordored out by tho pollen.
Mrs. 8. U Leopard spont Thursday
In Ashland visiting fronds.
Dean furnish of Pendlotou, Ore
gon, spent thu first of tho week In
Medford visiting friends.
Tho poach crop In the Uogue rlvec
ttlley this year Is tho heaviest In
years, with it small price. Tho fruit
Is being shipped out to northern Cal
ifornia and KlumetU juiuuty points
Bdward Smith, at Ashland upont
Thursday In Medfurd visiting (rlotids.
Mies Nollle Daniels tjt DoloU, Kan
sas, nnd Mr. nd MN- Bert Thelrolt
will Ittuvti tomorrow Mr Cratur lke
by uuto. Miss Dsulols Is visiting with
Tli flr dttiutrtmunt was onllud out
this afteruoiin at three o'clnok. on
Recount of a rji "i U i t oBatty
"Uyalo, I Uenrtl fcthtr wiy that h
had ksUitttd ont wi'twi- Haw
BQUlfl 110 do 13"
"ViX, Olartum ka K11W 44
his wttul ou ltl" t J
HAVE YOU SEEN OLIVER OSBORNE? HE'S THE MISSING -GREEK .
GOO" WHO FJGUREO IN $50,000 BREACH OE PROMISE SUIT
James W. Osuornc, Fnmous Lawyer,
Sued by Mistake hy Rac Tar.zcr,
the Little Factory. Girl, Saw "Oil.
vcrf Once-rTlien He (arils.!jcl,aiitl
Now He's Much Wantcil! f
BL NIXOLA OltBBLBViSMlTH -
NHW YOUlc.July o.-Hnvo you
seen Oliver Onborno? '
If you should ficc hlm,'grnh him
nnd ir pessible: hold him till' you-can
notify tho federal clrault court or
Now York city.
For bo is wanted hero by tho law
yers, David and Maxwell Slado now
on trial for conspiracy (o- obstruct
Justice, and wanted by James W. Os
borne, one of New ork's most dis
tinguished attorneys who Is known
us tho "hull dog of the bnr," nnd who
cnusod tho prosecution or tho Slndo
brothers because of their actions In
behalf of their client, lino Tnnzcr.
Surely you remember Kno, tho llt
tlo rnctory girl who brought a .SO",
000 brench or promise suit ngnlnst
James W., thinking him Oliver Os
borne, who shu claims mndo loVo to
her promising marriage.
Oliver Is wanted by Kno Titnzcr
hersoir and by her sisters who Identi
fied James W ns Oliver, tho "plumb-
cr Don Juan" and then recanted tlm
Identification boforo tho grand Jury.
Hero Is it description ot tho miss
ing Oliver whom wo nil want, fur
nished by James W, Osbomo, ono of
tho smnll number of persons who
claim to havo seen him In the flesh.
"Ho Is n fine upstanding riguro or
it mnn," Jnipcs W. testified nbout
his falso rrlcnd. "Ho is nbout 5
root 11 Inches high nnd weighs about
200 pounds. Ho Is straight, hnud
Bomo, wcl dressed and vigorous with
n straight noso nnd bluo oyos,"
No wonder thut tho tiny Tnnzor
girl fell for Oliver! Little Kno, tho
factory girl, still tho central riguro
In tho comedy or tho two Osbomes Is
only about G reel tall.
No v'ondor thnt tho roderal attor
noyt possesses lovo letters written by
Oliver to six othor girls nil or whom
admit that ho won their young nrrec
tlons. A Greek god! A young vik
ing Is Oliver Osbomo. And yet th)s
puriKon has vanished completely
troiu tho rnco or tho earth!
Wlioro Is Oliver Osbomo? "Whero
nro tho shows or yestor-ycnr7 That
i's wlpit Mnrtln W. Littleton, coutihol
Tor tlio Shndo brothers Wants to know
nnd ho has made the courtroom ring
with his demands that tho vanished
Tbls year's grealost legal batllo of
wits In Now York city took place
when Martin Littleton cross-examined
JitniCB W. Osborn for eight hours
In tho hopo of eliciting moro Informa
tion ns to Oliver.
But ll he got was a reiteration
rrom Juiuos W. or tho original ros
clnntlng talo of Oliver's brief mater
ialization In tho Osborn upartmont In
tho Sherman Suun.ro hotol Just after
news of Uo Ttuuor's broach of prom
Isu suit had lien mndo public.
Prior to this time James W. Os
borne hat received several letters
from aa Tupzer, whom ho hud nover
seen domond,lng that ho marry her.
Then the Slado brothers telephoned
him and they also demanded that ho
wed Iholr client notwlllutand iik tho
fact that James W. Osbomo has n,
handsome wife or IiIm own who accom
panies him every day to tho prooont
"Oliver Qsboruo tW urn," Jnlnon
W. tostUloil, "that ho wns tho man
thnt hud been running around with
jlao Tnnxcr. Ht' sliowyd mo a leter
from her nnd said that ho had throe
more. I almost put my arms around
his neck 1 was so glad to seo him
when he said he was tho man want
ed, nnd that ho camo to mo boeausu
ho did not think It fair 1 slyiuld have
to Buffer for something I never did.
Ilo gave nu his nddros lit Boston
I thanked him. My wlto thanked
lilin. Ho promised to return next
day with moro letters from Kuo Tan
ser. But I never sitw him uguln '
OF DR. HENDERSON
At a mooting of the board of dlrec
tors of the Parmer' and Fruitgrow
ers' l.oagu stops wor'g' taken lo so
euro tho withdrawal ot his' roslgnn
Hon as county pathologist by Dr M ,
P. Henderson and It Is today learned,
from u sivkIuI pathological committee
t thu tMMinl thut tbU dMlntble end
wm very likely to bo obtaltuxt It
M the uhuhIwoub Bontt of thg board
of dtraur of tho leniuo that Br
llettilewoH'B rJKtlm woHld be u
Bartow blw to tk vally and the
noUun t tkp Frmre' ami I'rvHurew
M' !. wm tiklHled i thta hf
W. V V. . ,- V '
w l r
She wnuts her Other. Kuo Tnn.er, Xetv Ybrk fncttiry gill ttlio sued
Juhum W. Osttoine, fanioii.'i lnwyor, f or InvAcJi of promise thinking ho wns
MEDFORD DAY " CROSSING DELAYS "
AT CHAUTAUQUA . BULLIS EXTENSION
Mi'ilrunl (In.y nt Ajilnml Clinulnii
hn -ijl J.ikljiiMlir9,"Jlfilv it' ',1'iio
foroun9ij(l(urt . jyij Jlj otliiekt
populur eoneoit liv Ciricillo'H Imml m
li :I10 p. ill.; .'1:110 p. in.,''' il Triivntoro"
in foiiruetH lij-'u'riiiul opem'eomiian.v,
uecoiupnnied l hnud; 8:10 p. m
Ituliuu luiud concert.
There will lie no utionul tmiu sert
iee liettvi'on Medford ninl Asliluud,
but wilh Hie f)00 or moio iiutoiuubile-
in town it is hojied Hint ninny will
attend Hie special day uxxipuod km
Med lord dnv.
The (1IiimiIuu(Ii'ii mnmitfi'meiil lisx
tried to feleel a jiuoil dnv lor Med
ford in iiH'(nlliiUM(Witi the Hiirvt--tion
mixlo n mir mtu l'ir "A .bland In
fiiriiihh Hie enlertiiinment" iii-ti'.iil t
iiniii' Medl'iird tub nt.
Two hundred Hhriuois mi u spt'cinl
train in miil lo Sehttle will uitim
in AmIiIiiiiiI nt I jt. m. SnturdH.v. Af
ter luncheon it llhlol Oregon if wif
fteieut number o? iiutouiol)ile t nil lie
lu'hiirod fnuii .M'edrnrd tlio ontin
pinty will In- iuvitud to driv over
(lie highway nnd tnko their (rniu it
About litlivn Moilfotxl ear niiei
lue pi(iiMitd in liu on band at tho .students of tho University of Calltor
llotcl Oregon .it 5::Ul An muiix moiv nln. Their first story was to tho ef-
will 1)6 neeiled. l'lunne unlit v the feet that tlii'j took tho Ford for n
neeietHi'v ot the Mutlford ('oiimier- i short ride, Intending to return it
ri.i' eluli it' oi4 will HHM.t with out llnstesd the bended tor Portland, nnd
car. ieiv arrested tit Ihli cit.
"THE CRIMINAL," STRONG PLAY AT PAGE
The . 1
lili'tl ' i i.i ,
"Tb in ' .c i 1
for t . , ib - w
NurHiH T.i 'tlge, .in.' i
ttmetn. -i ,m in in
.i in 1 1
f the iiiu-i
" ' In.
. in-'-rtTr tut'
fvuaitUtiK, ui W tMMSrM M 4MN
Work on tho Muln nveimo oxton
slon of tho Southern Oregon Trac
tion company, (Bullls lino) Is being
delayed by tho fnlluro or the stnlo
railroad commission to sottlo tho nmt
tor of tho Southorn Pncirlc crossing.
It is oxpected that n decision on tho
mutter will bo given Inn short time.
Tho application has been bsfnro tho
enmmlsBlon ror over two mouths, bu
lug delayed hy thu bundling or appli
cations uml business in rot'ntlou.
8. S. Bullls nnld this morning that
nothing definite regarding construc
tion work or the oleftrlflrlillon pt
tho Illinium rood, leveutly purchnseil
f""'1 ""'or ImprovomentB
glvon out until this wns settled.
Tho Bullls Interests who control
the Sterling mine nro making ready
for the summer clenn-nup ut tho
STOLE TWO CARS
Tho jouug nun giving tho nnnies
of Williams and Brown arrested in
this city it wok ago for the theft of
a I'ord cur from Shasta ltotrent, have
confessed, according to Chlof of Po
lice lllttaon, to stenllngtu now elght
oyUmttr CudlUus roadster nt Haera
nianto, for which n rowurd of $300
WHf olfoiwl. The pair wore arrested
hy Chief HIttson. Tho uuto thieves
stolo tho ChiIIUiib ut Sucrumouto, nnd
beomlug riightoiiod foV rear or eap
turo, stylo w Ford, cuchlug tlio othor
mnrhlno In tho brush In Siskiyou
county. TIih young moii claim to bo
' W i ' lii i II
' I . I.I III II 111 . I
r i . . , i .. ki -i i, it i -.iiji
("u-r.1 In Ii.im' i i ii liiiu Hli-d.
Umu tluilliiu .nut iimuiutl Kiiim-
tiwit itt'i'iui iii ihu ttlm, which i.
"I r li-.. I f r i-riifVlTAeffil
m mmuy tmwUm.
ItespouMbilitv fr the rolliioii of,
Hvo'loeomntivo in Hie Southern P;
MifTy jiihIh ill iWhlduil enrl Moml.it
iiiprniiit: with ii'it iiieomiiur I mm '.u'
'fjnitt'ci'urlioiiWnihi'lj l (li'nnl-,
!,l'fiifli.iV(nn JloiiUtHUP, fnl., ixmuIHhu ,
iu Mliulit liijuriPH to eighteen jm-en
ors iiim! ix I'mployOrt, liln Iiihmi liod
hv u liotiiil.of lnnuiry whoco rep' rl ,
win wired to Hie eoinpnny' pepeiul
ofJ'reH .nt INutlaud. Tim main 10
HpoiHibilily i Iniit l Kngincor W. V.
l.oni; of (he ext'urniou Irnin iti liuliiig
to fotuplv willi iimtnit'tinun. Nigi't
Yiinliinirtler II. II. Oilleltt'iB oensuied
for peiiniltiinr engine 12022 lo go onto
main line from iouihIIioiiho Intek in
fine of tlio oneomiuK trnin without
nriiiiiginj: for proper proluclion, niul
lmgiueer Ho worn of locnl 21117 i
nloo blnmed for not lukiinr 5niil.t'
prolet'tion before, uomiiie; onto main
line from n switeh in opposilion lo
the nppreni'liint: Irnin. Couiluetor
('idler is likewise held responiblo for
fuiline; lo note Hie liigli speed of Iiim
trnin into the vanl limits uml failing
lo u( Hie coiiiliielor'H plu to cheek
AVork of la) lug stono on the new
federal building at Sixth nnd Holly
streets began this wook, nnd n car
load of atono Is being rccolvod weekly
trom tho quarries at Auburn, Wash,
Work lins ben dnlnycd, first by Haws
In the stool, then by Improper color
ing or the brick, nnd then by tho
stone shipments not coming up to
Tho building Is owlfj.,)K 10 kln,i wnlltoj, K0t loss ror
three weeks behind schedule. Tho
contract calls for Its completion ready
for occupancy bj Ma 1, l'Jlti.
BURIED TREASUnE FOUND
(Couttipucd trom I'';o .)
, VII.USCA, In., .Iiilv M.-CJ. A.
ItphbiiiM, iiHtitnnt uttoiuey geuenil,
in here luiluv in euuiioctioii with Hie
Hedford minder, iiunouneed Hint
Maria OiUiu. who it now Mm. Mniju
1'orler, uml w'lp). lit en in Qiiituiii.
.Mo.', will lit' ill, Bedford ne.t Tmwliiy
to tentify for (ho slule ugiiiiint llnlox
1 1 tint Kiiuui. Snuiucl Serivue.r mid
.Toll ii uml Itenrv DaiuKWood. Slio h
Hie women who n n .voung'giii in al
leged to liuve hud knowledge of the
killiuc; of the Moultliv ejitlli'inini nnd
hi son b the eoun'rfeiUuN' jrniyr.
too mt at ciiAssiiTr.
KOIt S?l.?: TreTirTow i: ndrenl
P O Box N70 Mi dford t!8
Of White Pique or Hipp, or jiUin
Mull. 2 for 25c.
ri.i'Krr. n niinv k en , ir. mkfus
Coolest Store in Town
You'll I hi Joy ShoppliiK nt This K(oro
HOKS VOl It 1UVMOSI)
rhow lo the hist advantage'
U not, havi- us ri-Mt It In Platinum,
and l' nil ineuns. It selecting a ring,
i sire that Platinum Is usod to in
most tho stoup's brilliancy.
MARTIN J. REDDY
' I .bt Mdin Str.it. Medtord.
Medford Commercial College
And Prepare Kor Your Future Iluslneas Suwoss. Those Who Know How
to Do Sows On- Thing Well, Are Always In UoirriiiJ. OUit GltAUUATKS
ARE -MAKING GOOD" IN TUB IIUSUBS3 WOltl.a Our Practical
Tculors Ca ProiMre YOU to "MAKB GOOD" If Yen WUl Give Thom'Tho
Optuttjr. UeelUe NOW te KrU MONDAY Per Het X SmitiMer Torm.
THltn ItftU ter JUUY Md AOGCtT 18.
FePll Pftrthjutan, CH t x s, arttji St.. er Hob H-h,
IRL VERY SICK
Tells How She Was Made
Well by LydidE.Pinkhnm'8
Now Orleans, La. "I tako nlqamira
ip wruinftuicflo iin.es
to oxprens ny grati
tude to you. I nm
only 10 yearn old oik!
work in a tobacco
been n very nick girl
but I havo Improved
m wonderfully sinco
1SL tnkinff Lydia E.
blo Compound nnd
nm now looking fino
nnd feelinirn Uiousanil times hotter."
-Miss Amelia Jaquillard, 30C1 To
houpltoulns St, New Orleans, Lo.
SL Clair, Pn.-"My mother wns
alarmed becauso I was troubled with
suppression nnd had pains In my back
nnd side, and severe headaches. I hod
pimples on inyfnce, my complexion was
sallow, my sleep wns disturbed, I had
nervous spells, was very tired nnd had
no ambition. Lydin E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound has worked like, a
charm n my ensonnd hnsrepilated mo.
I worked in a mill nmong hundreds of
rdrls and havo recommended your medi
cine to many o them." Miss Estella
Maquirb, 110 Thwlng St, St Clair, Pa.
Thoro is nothing thnt tcachea moro
than experience. Therefore, Buch let
ters from girls who hnva suffered nnd
wero restored to henlth by Lydln E.
Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound should
bo a lesson to others. Tho snmo remedy
is within reach of nil.
If yon want special ndvlro vrrllo lo
I.ydla K. Plnkhnm Medicine Co. (ennfl.
dpiitlnll l.viiii. Mass. Your Idler will
I br oprucil, ivnd and nnsnorcd by u
YTOInan nuu IICIU in strict commence.
Thoro are moro kinds or
on the market than nny othor house
hold nrtlclo. Those btiors who bIui
nlv ask for this article without spocl-
tho monoy than Is generully buppos
ed, ror tho reason some rolls look
largo, but contain only 000 sheets,
others 800 otc, up to tho full-count
crepe, wlilto paper, lull
A soft tissuo Impregnated with
Qanndlan BuUnm packed throo rolls
to carton, each roll wrapped with
pnrchmont to protect from dust.
Prlcos the snme as the Inferior
grades, 10c per roll, :i ror 2'c.
nvcJfM Boon, stfoc?
TRUE TO ITS NAME
GET OUR PRICES
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