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J' ' F SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1 0 1 3. .-, ,.J
I JL golin Discusses New
'iJLase Before Physical
(:KS THE STRONG
:five Children Usually
s; Caused by Germs
Ijb Bollr. of the University of
red an in8tructivo lecture on
iraJysla yesterday afternoon
Bret gymnasium. Tho occa
b lecture was tho regular
tin? of the Stato Aesocln
I'rical Education Instructors.
c of the Iccluro follows:
nfantllo paralysis la com
a new disease. It was
raised as a dlstanct wal-tvTcnty-five
years ago in
5f Rutland, Vt. Since that
is rapidly spread, until it
(2ined a foothold through-
Jcr nnd Europe It has
led more carefully by Dr. ;
Sweden than by unyono I
t ii to him that wc ovc
hat is known of it
Ictlon may be contracted
! of any age, although it
rcvalent among: children
to eighteen months old.
estlns feature of the dis
lat It nearly always m
Iren who aro the health -m3t
active. 3t is found
m in children above
EC though there are cuhcs
jvhlch the afflicted pcreou
nature and in some cases
rime of life In nil such
i interesting to note that
ns afflicted have been
ise ubiially appears in tho
sudden attack and gener-
night. One of the dau
s malady is that it Is os
pnln in I he stomach and
Ivts tho mother or doctor
n? that it is a. digestive
ntll it Is well under way.
Irst two or three days it Is
ompanled by a moderate
:er that time the fever
d all pain leaves the body,
the child is well, but Is
o move, An examination
that eomc part of tho
cen left absolutely useless,
alysls has set in.
the. location of tho paraly
erally made by clcctrlcitv.
td part:i respond to the
an exactly opposite mau
t exhibited by the normal
ho body Besides the
jarU there Is no sensory
and the only other syrnp"
contraction of tho non
muscle?. The paraJvzed
id to wither up and work
crou- hB la and stop the
RiJ4r nutance. a. paralyzed
uMaff2!i5s.n,uch shorler than thc onc
dlsSUat,0n ,ma nb that the
Isn t ,C,lUH'(,1by i nIctx-orBRn-atcd
an n VrKttnh"" 1:16 ,ctn
win iw. J1 .Pctcd that a scrum
x " covered by which It can
bo destroyed. The organisms aro
S&opv l;,ni,10iibodS thro" the res"
I'jraioiy and digestive organs. They
ofretll2,cyd,"il :i"d bi' lhc
control .lhc I1-C!8'5 c be
n 2 fb tff u(,!tl(in f Infection,
in case of attack (ho pat cut should
be Immediately Isolated and Treat
S,"11 taken InllTlnfcS
Iwav Vm, f;!r '"f.POSBlWe should do
m wit V'c 01,1 method of aweop
"t with i common broom and adont
methods which keep the dust down.
Methods of Treatment.
. . ylinllcatlons of neat or cold are
1 e 0n0Kum?tbnd" 0f trl'"t beyond
uie tork of a turgcon.
nlshpfi0"!' "V,trlll"n "e fur
nished after the 1 rst wck and tho
paralyzed limbs should under SS c r-
iTff8 bc ?"OWf to grow cold.
JxL,ia1."8 ""d abundant covering
i! be applied. The Vnuffi
.mi ':iY-ad tp aid circulation
and the patient should bo active
within the limits of fatigue.
in order to prevent contraction of
the muscles, exorcise should begin as
s Toelblo after tho attack
probably at the end of tho first week.
inSi nr0liv.c.3 shoul,d ho stimulated by
hoCa,Ln'lc!i0n, cv'ithing should
be done to decrease the friction ao
ni )an'in the attempts of the pa
tient to move the injured limbs.
ImSt! aCllVUy and rSt ' a11
Cases of this kind requiro constant
care until after maturity, Dallv pro
fessional care, if possible, Is "good,
.Mothers should never postpone treat
ment and should know thoroughlv
what tiicy arc treating, and, a novo
all, they should never lose hope
COMY ILL IE
MORE LEGAL TUlflff
Commissioners Decide Help
Is Necessary in Suit Against
A special attorney will be employed by
Salt Lake county to ussist lhc county
attorney in defending the county against
the action brought In the federal court
recently by th I' tali CVppcr companv to
recover 535.000 tastes, uiieged to be in
excess of tho assesbed valuation. The
county commissioners jesierday empow
ered tho county attorney to appoint an
assistant in the case.
Plans a.nd estimates for the proposed
dormitory and superintendent's home to
bo built near the county l-ifirmary were
approved bv the commissioners. J. A.
Tloadlund submitted the plans. Bids will
bo called for next veek. It Is understood
the building will cost aboul 315,000.
Insurance policies nmoumlnsr to ?12o,000.
representing the insurance on tho now
infirmary hospital, were approved. The
policies ate divided among llfteen com
panies. A host of routine matters Tvore con
sidered by the commitfslonors. who are
bending every effort towards cleaning up
their slfl.te before tho new administration
comes in. The last mooting of the out
going' commissioners will be held Monday
morning prior to tho hour when the new
officers will bc sworn In.
iffy'sPisre Halt Whiskey
THE MOST VALUABLE MEDICINE
de from the Choicest Grains
Bley is a very old grain. It was an important article of
the primitive days when men were strong1. The mighty
3 ate bread and barley flour. Since the beginning of history,
I made from barley have been used in cases of illness. A;l
N&nt nations recognized itE wonderful curative powers.
r7 is a costly grain, yet the very choicest
7, regardless of cost, is used in connection A or
pother selected grain in making Duffy's D Iff TV 9
ilaU Whiskey. Other so-called "malt sSSG5$L
toft" which you can buy in the store at a
Nathan Duffy's Malt use cheaper material ffl
J meager amount of malt: but bear this iu IfjJ
rjfteae imitations, while they are made io
m puffy'a Pure Malt Whiskey, have not XIP
'dicinal .Strength-Giving Properties nor
and fine flavor that characterizes Dun-tinc with
1 s Pure Malt "Whiskey. y01lr hen"h'
RttoDJeBCnfJ Tom iHe5S or strcngth-givins; olement? olemont.8
lirfMft J"8 r"n o'11' or in ivhich can onlv le oblaind Miroush
coias, coughs or affoctious of ibc nso of BARLEY .MALT-is Duf-
Z!'0t'"LBSi no medicitio is so fy'a.
IB 1b mm j alfc Wbislcflv nocommcndcf bv phvsicinns for al-
tttv S i ?E6"' And tho Malt ul0sL balf it contury. $J per large bot-
wmch has tho utmost of tlo of any druggist, groooi. or dealer.
eDuffy Malt Whiskey Oo. Rochester, N. Y.
Ruif "fotPAbifB (toy Spedlc
I REMIT BY MAIL I
I "When you have a chceldn.? I
I account with the Coutincu- I
1 tal National Bank.
1 Tt will save you much time 1
1 and espenae to pay by I
I check. Tou aro cordially 1
I invited to start a Checking 1
Account (large or small) 1
1 with us. I
I Continental National Bank I
I Salt Lake City, Utah. 1
Tho United States Government in
about to lnaugunito a plan for I""
upbreedlng of u vast nuniiw f Indian
ponies on the several Navajo Indian Res
ervatlomi in Arizona ami N'-jw Mexico, by
Introducing a number of grade stallions
of draft ti-pc preferably PcrchiTon. range
crown, at nn altitude of not lea toan
tr.00 f'-ct. Persons having uch animals
for talo can procure speclrtcat.lons and
full information bv applying at once , to
fcl arlos L.. lavlf. ftupervlpor of farming,
Room No. 503 Kiltrcdse UulldlnB, Denver.
jWrin It BuineM Woman a Hour of Beauty?
SAYS SUCCESS IN WORK I
I BRINGS PERFECTION
MRS. HARRIET E. GIFFORD.
According to Mrs. Gi fiord, a woman reaches her supreme
hour of beauty when she has successfully put through a biir busi
By Margaret Hubbard Ayer.
WHEM Is woman's hour of beauty?
"When women first, began
working outside the home, no
one would admit that the busi
ness woman could be anything
but mannish In appearance, badly dressed
and ungainly. In fact, she as portrayed
exactly as the a ull-suffragc papers of to
day depiel the women v, ho are working
to csUvbllsh equal right m for their own
Mrs. Horrid Jfl. Glfford Is a very strik
ing brum-MP. with wavy black Imlp. vivid
color, and tli .slim fashionable figure.
"Do you wsnif lo know when th.'( busi
ness vonnin'.-- liuur of beauty la?" Mrs.
GItforri jiskid nc.
"Tim t' 'i-ty simple: providing she is
ood looking at all. Iter suprciiu hour of
beaut." m whPii hIip has MJ.ccssl'ully put
throug'.i a bl: buvinps.s dt-al. That reform
to the woman wJio Is wrupH up In her
business and Hhtc are a so il many surh
women nowndayH, vou know, despite thi
fact that they art- alwayo stipponci to bc
half-hearted In business, pnd more inter
ested in the p.tiibllllles . f r.iatriniony.
"Tho iutcrcat and enthusiasm which the
voting and pretty bn.-dnc-fs wotrau puln
I f " "
Salt Lake Statistic
i j i
Trcd IC. Browii. '37 South Third West
O-Jcar Rcdinaud. 1J C'oiles court, b'".
.John Stakl. t'J6 North Eighth West
William E. Fox. 15G M'ert' Third North
Albert Koen. SLM North Third West
.lames C. Clark. G Acmo place, boy.
WIlllBm Winters, Jr., U1S Houth Second
West strnot. girl.
William E. Loose. 1 to South Tncfth
East street, girl. i
John F. Ilartman. 1 1S1 Hollywood uz
nuc boy. , . .
Carl II. Carlson. Eat becond South
Huns II. Anderson, -i.il est fccvcntli
South street, boy.
Lawrence J. Uiaco, 150 Goltr. rrcot,
olWllllom C. Goodwin. 420 Fletcher a-,-nue.
Januhrv 2. 131S. William O. Norr-ill,
44? South Second East street, 3f years,
"January 5. 1D13, SV. M. Thayer St.
Mark's hospital. 55 years, myocarditis.
January 2. U'13. ?.IyrU6 A. Wilson. St.
Mark's hospital. 25 year?, eclampsia.
January 1. 1013. Carrlo R. Brown, bt.
Mark's hospital, ?l ycarf, eeloror.a.
January '-. 1013. Infant Wilson. Mt.
Mark's hospital, stillborn
Jsinuarv :;. 1013. Job fcmllh. lir.u Dosn
lngton avenue. b' ygars, nephrltl?.
Real Estate Transfer.,
Lewis R Coates to George Q. Mor
ris, part of section 35, township
J ooulh, ranKo ' cast... .5 1
Abraham M. Mill and wlfp to th
Rcchlvo Duvplopment company.
)ari of occthni township 1
louth, ranue 1 west.. -.0o0
Samuel Neff and wife to K. J
nallcv, iKirt of section town- m
ship 1 xiiilh. range I east o,a00
! Josoph C. Smith and wlfo to c A.
I fllmonson. part ol section U,
township - aoutli. range 1 west... So0
j E. 1'alne to Sorcn 13. TuttJc,
part Of KH '-. block 30, plat T. . . . 100
John S. I'hlppset ct al. to Jt-na P.
Hansen, lot 24. block -l, Gordon
pint 10 I
i W S. Mi-Cornicle and wife to I-Icber 1
(':. ICImball, lots 27 and 28, block
S, Cent ml Park subdivision 0 i
W H. McCornlck and wife to Lula
Mauerbach. lotr. 21 and 22. block
i ". Ccntnil Parle uubdlvlslon a0
- Marv E. Noursc to Wetrn Mutes
Jnvestmont Co.. part of section
; township 1 north, ratiiic
cast 10 i
m r, TIaj-nca and wife to EU::A
bcth Esloy, lotB 21 and 22. block
? Paradise addition..... CoO
i Douglas Heights Laud & Improve- ,
into her work show In the sparkle and
animation of her face.' and In tho morn
ing before sho has grown too tired, when
her- business Is going well, and she has
achieved success through hor own efforts,
you will find beauty In business at lla
most perfect hour.
"And. of course, beauty is an asset to
thp business woman, as It Is an asset lo
woman in any other sphere. She can
not make a business success because of
her gooil looks. bn ( i preposlerons to
bclipvc thai thy don't help her oonsld- j
"Now." continued .Mrs. Glfford. speak-
ing of womnii in general, "I think that ;
young motherhood Is the mosL oeautltui
time of a woman's life. A woman reaches
the zenith of her beauty when she be
comea a mother, and if we are to Judge
by the famous paintings of the world, the
artist has always seen this, for the Ma
donna Is the supreme type of feminine
beauty. Each artist has taken a differ
ent kind of woman and painted her iu
the first wonderful glow of maternity.
"Whether she was a peasant girl, as
tho model of Raphael In supposed to
have been, or a woman of the lilglmt
rocial rank who was giad to pose wlln
her baby, maternity has always cast, lis
bf.'iul Hying radiance upon her.
uieut Co. to Alfred Milks, lots 12
and IS. block S, Douglas Park
suodivision i 000
Prudential Realtv Co. to Mrs. C.
W. Leila, lots 17 and IS. block 1.
Amended and Extended Plat
James Dennis to Junius O. Drake,
part of section 2S. township J
fouth. rantrs 1 west 2.000
The Wantr. may be turned to account
iu sforot of ways.
"TrirrgTfmnnfiMMPBWM i j n , iji 1 H
! MwYearsResolulion !
I in six months I'll - 1 j j
look like this tf and j
eventually I'll look like this v j
I GONE If 1 e
Here is one New Year resolution that your pride., if nothing else,-should make you kcop. I jjf
Dou't become, a life size reproduction of one of the Going! OJoing!! Gone!!! boys. Keeping voir i f
hair is not a difficult task, but it is a task that must not be neglected. a l p
The dandruff germ is always working, destroying the hair life and pushing the hair out Ml
some every day. The loss at first may not seem very alarming, but. unless checked, the I 'jjl'S
final result is the same you are going to be totally bald. &j J ;g
The regular nnd intelligent use of Newbro's Hcrpicldo is all you need, ft will eradicate the dandruff and i ff
loep the hair and scalp in a clean, healthy condition. There its no more need ot' the scale lilie accumulation, if jljrl
and tho hair stops coming out. The improvement '13 of a most extraordinary character aud 30a will marvel ttj
Ton uoticc the change at onoe. Tho itching cenacs almost immediately. The hair ia bright, glosv and M '
full of life. Hcrplcide is wonderful. Tt contains no groaso, does not stain or dyo, aud on account of iia 52 '
quisito odor is a delightful hair dressing. You will liko it. " m ;jl
A TRIAL BOTTLE AND BOOKLET FOR TEN CENTS. ' ' -l
iOnc application of this remarkable and well known toilet requisite is usually sufficient to cou- S h& o'.fcn : jfef
viuee the most Ekeptical of its great merit, A trial size bottle, together with a booklet tolling r i ;p
all about the hair, will be sent to any address upon receipt of ten ccuts iu postage or silver. j "y ff ' y
see coupon. AyM I m
Ncwbro'3 Horpicldo is sold everywhere in two sizes 50c and $1.00. x -c "' W rS
Satisfaction guaranteed or money returned. ' $ 7 . S sifM
Applications at the best barber shops and beauty parlors, , . -iP'&'i0 '' "' M W
Schramm-Johnson, Drugs y5y':, I 1
"Tho Never Sub3tltutora." Tivo (5) Good Storos, Special Vot0' '" ' ' 1 j 34?
Agents. A'-y ' ' ' W 1
' New Books for Library
The following fifty books will bo added
to tho public library Monday. January' 6,
Baedeker. Norway. Sweden and Den
mark: Bergson, Introduction to Meta
physics: Cooley. Vocational Education in
Europe: Drnmmond. Poetical Works;
Gordy it Twltchcll, Pathfinder In Ameri
can History; Grant, Convictions of a
Grandfather; Henderson. Social Spirit In
America; Maotcilinck. On Emerson, and
Other EFFayp; Mocderberk, Pocket Book
of Aeronautics; Monroe, Miscellaneous
Reading.1-: Moody, Poems and Plays, 2
vols.: Moore, Old Clock Book: Pearson,
cd.. Troaoury of Human Knowledge, vol.
1; Powell, Last Frontier; Komano:', Ani
mal Intelligence: Service. Rhymes of a
Rolling: Stone; Wilcox, Government by
All the People
Ulbltothck ds AHsemelnen nnd Prnk
tischen W'lEsun, 0 vols.: Aram, Violet;
EnseJ, Die Last; Ernst. Laist Sonne
Herein: Hoe.kcr. Die Sonne von St. Mo
rlta; Jensen, Untcr Ilnlssercr fonno:
Rosnor, Sehn Sucht; Tovoto, Fj-au Apia;
VIcblsr, Dillettanten dea Lobenn; Walso
gen, Mcln Erstes Abcntoucr.
Gtllmore, Phoebe, Ernest and Cupid:
Kcstcr, Fortunes of the Landrays; lipp
mann. Manha-by-tha-Day: Lucas. Lon
don Lavender. Munger, Wind Beforo the
Dawn; Norrls. Rich Mrs. Burgoync;
Strong, Forfeit: Williamson, Heather
moon. CHILDREN'S BOOK?.
Barbour, Change Signals: Doublcday,
How to Attract the Birds; French. Story
of Rolf und tho Viking's Bow: Gallahcr.
Vassar Stories: Tlodgcs. Castlo of Zlon:
Jordan. Eric's Book of Beasts; Martin,
Prayers for Little Men and Women,
Moore, 'Twas the Night Before Christ
mas; Newell, Pocket Book; Winter, Billy
Any little- wound or abrasion of the
flesh "occurring in cold weather that is
not promptly treated becomes a bad
sore and is diflicult to heal. Apply
Ballard's Snow Linimeufc at once whon
such accidents happen. The wound
heals promptly aud soon docs away
with the annoyance of a bandage. Price
25c, pOc and Sl.OO per bottle. Sold by
Scbramm-Johnson. TJrugs. five (5) good
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NEW TREATMEWT-NEW FHICES
I But the Same Old Reliable Doctors. fSPBMI
I Or.-. Pliorcs fc Snores, for 20 years the acknowledged Leading Specialists rt-. I BHrfiij I
a of tnc We.-', have cloned another succos3ful year, and now start tho new lOCIOlSB SBSHBKl I
: cur ultn good news for tho slrk and afflicted. CUADUC I 1 JF 1
n LOVEB PRICES will be the rulo this year many new discoveries havo OilUIvCiO 9 P . P
H mado It posfihlo to make quicker cures and for less money than even the low o la n
D rates heretofore charged by theso popular Speclallsls. MB JpL f
1 NEW TREATMENTS for Catarrh. Asthma. Slomacli and Rheumatism HORP'x I a. I
I and other chronic diseases cut doctor blllo In half and insure cures In one- OilvrlxEnJ I 2 ySs&S M
1 third to one-half tho time formerly required. Chronic, lingering and so-called IB jQ 1 7 Sk-'
"Incnrablo" cases will now yield quickly and cheaply to the new methods of L.'vi 1 f y
I C QUICKER CURES will be the rule now. Short cuts to the 3it. of trou- 1 Main St. 1 v :
H bio new and wonderful methods that, quickly glvo results, mean time, money G Over tho I ISV E.
H and suffering saved for chronic invalids. I 150 Store. 1 L
m Wnmpn Weak, tired out, sick- 1 c ,, r I w
1 START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT VrUHlCll (y vomen suffering 1 Salt Lake B C -
iTake adantugc of the splendid oppor- irom HEADACHES. BACICACHE. I If. M.
ffltunlty now offered you to get well BEARING -DOWN PAINS. PAIN- I LltV H fc, fa&tzSiA
I quickly and cheaply, and make the start I'L'L PERIODS. NERVOUSNESS. I I
at onco. No matter what your trouble HYSTERIA AND ALL OTHER lsBBS TT ffl
no matter who your doctor Is, no mat- FEMALE TROUBLES find a quick : 1
iter who has told you you are incurable diagnosis or their troubles, and al- tr f TTT C . 0 to 5Evenlnas, 7 to I
don't give up hope until you have con- meet immediate rll6f at tho hands w u lv 8: Sunday6. 10 to 1?.
Isultcd Drs. Chores free and learned tho of the Famous Speclallcfs. 1
exact truth about yourself. Many pa- WE TREAT ALL CHRONIC DI5EASES, I
tiuits who iiad siven up hopo havo Drs. Shores not only treat. Cfttarrh, but they treat Nervous Diseases.
Ibfcii rured by ihi-so famous doctors in Kidney and Liver Diseases. Bladder Trouble-. Heart Diseases, Rectal Dls-
Ithe past 20 vcars and today they aro oases. Pcmalo Complaint, Nervous Debility Skin and Blood Diseases, Asthma,
I better prepared than ever to conquer dls- Chronic Bronchial and Lung Trouble. Sciatica. Rheumatism. Hay Fevor.
Mease. VarlcoBO Vein!1, Neuralgia. Hyflteria, Deafness, Ear Dl5cacc. Goitre, Epilepsy,
I IT DON'T COST ANYTHING TO La Gr'pPc- c-' ant a" forms of Nervous and Chronic Diseased that are cur
ItALK TO DRS. SHORES WHY NOT ttkm n. n ... i. . .
IIueth760e0kdsauyref Y0U CAN" HH ? 1 Young,Middle-flged,andOIdMen
1 ECZEMA. HWH Wo maintain a separata department for
ThJs affliction often baffles the skill of W the treatment and cure of all NERVOUS.
Wthi regular doctors ond tries the pa- B WK B BBB B CHRONIC AND PRIVATE diseases and
Btlcueo of the specialists but our meth- weaknesses.
oils havo proven puccessful In so many BEWARE OF "FAKE MEDICAL INSTITUTES" AND QUACK DOCTORS
cases that no matter who has failed to with no name- and no responsibility. If you need a Specialist no matter what
cure you, It Is worth your time to con- your trouble Remember that Drs. Shores offer you ALL that others can offer
Hsult us- We show j-ou charts and ex- you and besides guarantee you lower fees, easier tonns, absolute- reliability
HI plain our method of treatment free. una tho greotest experience, and you know who you are dealing with. You
I RHEUMATISM. On. Shores personally.
I If you are hobbling about with rhou- i;.!!,, BLOOD POISON QU,Sl,ilI
I matlr- Joints or suffering torture from In- TREATMENT " JT i,J ?AiFJiS
Inammntory rhumatlsm coma and let u:j CO NR ACTED TROUBLES. SEDIMLNT. SHREDS. ETC.. IN URINE
1 explain our theory and treatment for thl:J Rro often cured In a tew dajc. Blood Polbon nnd Lost Vltalltv yield as If by
I painful nfflictlon. It Is somewhat llf- magic In fact, nearly nvery known Chronic, Nervous and Private troublo
Ifrt-nt from other treatments and curo'i w-lll be cured now for half what you expect to pay and in half tha time for- 1
v. hen others fall. It will pay you to In- mcrly required. . m .
Iv.'.itigatc. LOW RATES EASY PAYMENTS.
lUnmn Oiicac Iti BU!8a3B Dro. Shores liav always tried to make their i-als so low that EA'BRY-I
iriWIIie Ollrcb Rjy IWIIgHB ONE COULD AFFORD THEIR TREATMENT and those who are unablo to
III r -p t "p f you live out of town sparu the cash nudr-d for treatment will b( accommodated with easy pay- i '
I W JtV I. I ,entj for free oymntom incuts to sulU Don't f-tav away If you need our services on account of lackffl
list. Consultation free any disease. monr como In rnd aeo '.iow easy wc can make jour terms, and how Ht-ffl .
vn,s ccount 9
SI will do it. I
iijl la Walker I
P Brothers 1
SIM Bankers 1
lp In tlic Tall Eiiililin;. H
Benefits of Massage I
You know something of the talno of H
masiao. But you may not know about gfl
the wondcrfu b'cnclhs of Moratory M
massage. Ordinary hand inajEao is fll
ood, but vibratory luaastiKe bus all tbr HH
vnluo of the old style liHU(ftuaMic aud (H
manv effects that could never be at- H
tained by the hand method. jU
The wholo world reconiztts Ibo no DH
cessity of keeping up a good blood cir- BJ
dilation. Xo man Knows a lued'rhio QH
that tv ill do it so cll'ectivelv ; the SH
1 fTrv.Iew-Life ' vibrator, 'vmj hou.-t U
ly bcUevo that "Try-XcwLiiV" T. 0f DB
inestimablo valuo to all iulrllient occk MHJ
ers of health-. NH
Justr to roalic the wonderful Monti H
latino effect3 of "Trv-Xew-Lifc. " s.m 8H
ply try it on your band, imissa cine thp Ib1
finders and palms. The remarkable en WH
livoninc, vitalizing effects will furpns H
you. It has the same oft cot applied to HBH
any part of the body, for it cau?s ih bV
blood to circulato properly. Ifll
The benefits' of ood health arc ob HbH
iotts to all. We claim io be able 9bV
show you how "Try-Xcw-Lifo ' can ! aH
used to restore your system to a u ; IH
feet health and" vital force, probabi- m
lort by a too prodigal expcuiliturc u' aE
nervous and physical cnorfry. We leatn OBb
vou to jud;o as to whether or not we mH
provo'our case. HH
Call al our office, 123 Kcarns build-
in.?, and rcccivo a free demonstration IUI
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