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The Great Modern Office and Business Training School of the Southwest
Woodbury Business College
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SOME WOODBURY FEATURES:
1, Now College Building. B. Firm but Kind Discipline. 0. Unapproaohed Faollltles and Prestige In Placing Graduates In Good 13. The Most Perfeot and Effective System of Aotual Business Training
m /.i _ s . il,. i.,,uii. p..-, b strict Attention to Business. :/i -: ;v " ■ Positions. ■ ''>,?."•'*.. .\ ' 14. Loyal and Appreolatlve Btudenta and Patrons.. ■•• .
J Sr?'.!S^M?JlS.2irT ' 7 M™r£T£*?r»toX? 10. Ab.olut* f-Id-llty to It. Mo«o: 'THE SUCCESS OF THE STUDENT." 15 . perfectly H.rmon.ou. and Enthu.l.atlo Faulty antfManaflement.
3. Wholesome, Moral Atmosphere. f. MamiraDio oocibi rcaiuroa. 11. Up-to-Dato Systems of Bookkeeping and Bhorthand. _ , .... _ „ *; . •:
4. Cordial, Helpful, Sympathetlo Teaohers. . 8. Practical and Fascinating Courses of Btudy. 12 . Thoroughly Modern Bplrlt ' , 16. -Progressive and Vlgoroue Polloy.
A Morvey-Earning Education Is What This Age Demands
A aunerflolal knowledge of the ordinary English branches ness men; nor Is geometry or trigonometry or botany or clency are not synonymous. The Woodbury Business Col- earning knowledge of these subjects Into money-earnlng
| B one thlna A monevearnlna proflolency In these branches chemistry or Latin required to any appreciable extent. But lege builds on the knowledge already acquired by the pubflo proficiency. That is th« mission of the school, to transmute
. nuita another thlna Thousands of people are "educated," bookkeeping, arithmetic, penmanship, spelling, business Eng." school pupil and develops proficiency therefrom. And profl. non-producing knowledge Into a dollar-producing education,
vet do not know how to earn money because 4helr education llsh, shorthand, typewriting, commercial paper— these are In clency Is what counts In the business office. The publlo Given * bright, ambitious boy or girl having a seventh,
fa not nractleal constant use. Some of these subjects the public school school pupil can add, subtract, multiply, divide, handle frac- eighth or ninth grade public school education, supplemented
it la the nrovlnoe of Woodbury Business College to develop pupils learn In the grammar grades. That ls t the : seventh tlons and decimals, work problems In percentage, Interest by a year's training at the Woodbury Business College, and
nroflri.nev In tha sublects reauiretf In business and In every- and eighth grade pupils acquire an ordinary knowledge of and discount. But the Woodbury graduate becomes an ex- you have a far better product for business purposes than the
day life" It Is remarkable how little algebra Is used by busl- the ordinary English branches. But knowledge and profl- pert along these lines. Ho has converted his ordinary non. average four-year product of high school or college.
Monday, Sept. 11, the Second Great Fall Opening Day
Come Ready to Begin. All BooKs and Stationery Obtained at the College. Perfect System, No Delays, No Disappointments. Catalogue and New College Journal on Request. Home 1850, Main 2305.
Saint Vincent' s College
Boarding and Day College
x and High School
Founded 1865 -• . \f,% : > , V Chartered 1669
Military Dri11.... = Physical Culture | 1
&',£^ n ; V. Rev. J. S. Glass, C. M., D.D., Prest,.
Q^g^&d^t^^^ South Hill Street
September registration now ln progress. Miss Mary C. Askew is at the head of
the shorthand department. Day and night sessions. T!all this week. Home ' 1850,
Main 2306. ' . ■■■■'■ ■ ■" ■
Hrjj§&i9' The largest Durilnenn Col-
rjgsar ''B e ln Loa Angeles. Twelve
'JmSSa Instructors. Largest school
buildings and ground*.
Beautiful surroundlngß. Preparatory
department under special teachers Just
753-S-7 Went Seventh Street.
. F. BROWKSBERGEIi, l*re»ld*nt. .
, .FALIi TERM OPENS SEP.T. 11.
Class and private Instruction ln every
department of music and language by
best teachers. The value and Importance
to children of our kindergarten work
should be known to every parent. Phys-
ical culture by foremost teacher. , For
catalogue, terms, etc., apply to Conserv-
; atory, 232 S. Hill St. LOUIS EVANS; Mgr.
'■ SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA »'•* '
AND GRAHAM 'SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND,
*m. a oitamo *ye._ i.a» AHOtiea. cal.
BUSINESS COLLEOK IS A SAFE AND RS>
UABLB SCHOOL. Night itnaloln. 11l W. M.
the college: of fine arts
Garvanza. Fall term begins Sept. 18. All
branches of drawing, painting and design-
ing, architecture, modeling, pottery.
WM. L. JUDSON, Director.
' Everything you want you will find ln
the classified page — a modern encyclo-
pedia. One cent a word. • ■ ■
V»gSmß»&*-J<fr SPECIAL. B2SOO.
JMBJffprßprmr " southwest.
fiG|li*jrftwJi«jjU For siu'o — Nearly
» l ' w bungalow cot-
.^*HEMiJBBH>. tase, TiO-foot lot,
"^" . . southwest. - .near
fine car line, and on easy terms. Price
reduced to $2300. This Is modern and
a rare bargain.
. 200 I.nnffhlln Building.
ASSAYING NIGHT SCHOOL. IBEGINS
Oct. 2. WADIi & WADE, 318 E. Ist st.
private Ambulance M^S.'
* ambulance service, we have secured the
most convenient and up-to-date vehicln
manufactured. Personal attention. Prompt
response to calls day or night. 'Phone 05.
OKR & MINES COMPANY. %'
, — , . — _ , . — .. '....;,;.. ..;'....
fjr fl j| Adyiertisers
rlPrfllfl Always Get
BLAKE AND. YOUNG JOHN L
WILL. ILLUSTRATE FIGHT
Boxers at Chutes Park Will Show
How Brltt and Nelson
Toung John L.' -and Harry Blake,
boxing instructor of the- Los.. Angeles
Athletic club, will illustrate, the' Britt-
Nelson fight at Chutes ball park -this
afternoon. Morley will receive the re-"
turns by rounds over a direct wire and
as each move is read oft, the boxers will
perform accordingly. .
This will be a good opportunity for
women to see a reflection 'of a real prize
fight. Morley Btates emphatically that
there will be nothing objectionable in
the exhibition and that women will be
welcomed as well as men. ', This prom
ises to be better than a moving picture
reproduction of the big. fight.
HUMANE SOCIETY BUSY
DURING MONTH OF AUGUST
The report of the Los Angeles Hu
mane society for the month of August
shows the following work accomplished:
Complaints, 41; investigations, 90;,num
ber-of (children involved, 87;'-numb(3r of
children relieved, • 20; two , children
placed in the Los Angeles' orphans'
home; in the Detention home, 4; in the
Convent of the Good Shepherd, 3; in
Truelove home, 2; warnings issued and
reprimands given, 3. At the meeting of
the society on Wednesday evening 17
new members were elected.
I . - — i Positively cured by
Al DIXD C these Little Pills.
Lf A M I L I\O The y t ll3O reUoTO Dts-
w»w »• »• «^ tr(js3 jronjjjygpep^m.
EraPITTLE digestion and Too Hearty
pEj |\i[" n Eating. A perlect rem-
HI I Ukll edy for Dizziness. Nausea,
til PILLS Drowsiness, Bod Taste
f|j 181 "'." ' . In the . Mouth. Coated
d»S&HSwS ' ■'•'■ Tongue, Paul ln the side,
jMßffflMfiirfma ■ . Itqhpid liver. . They
regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SHALL PRICE
Ipadtcdcl- Genuino. Must. Bear
IflaJ- Ircfuse substitutes.
LOS v ANGELES ) HERALD • ' SATURDAY j MORNING, SEPTEMBER ' g, tgtij.
HANLEY GETS BACK
AT CITY COUNCIL
MUST CUT FORCE; MAY DROP
PLANS ECONOMICAL POLICY
Street Superintendent, In Endeavor to
Conduct Department Within
Appropriation, May Lop
a Off Many Heads
It is a poor rule that does not work
both ways. The city council has al
lowed an appropriation to the street
department 'proper of $218,500, nearly
$100,000 less than Street Superintend
ent Hanley asked for.
The cutting down of Haney's estimate
is causing, him to cut down his work
ing force. The sixty-eight men dis
charged a week ago were of the lowest
working class. Now comes Hanley"s
ultimatum that of necessity he must
order the discharge of many more and
that some of these will be close friends
of the counctlmen who were so anxious
to have him, conduct his department
on a low economical basis. These men
have some little power in their dif
ferent wards. The ax hangs heavy
over. their heads.. They have consulted
with their councilmen. The council
men have come to Mr. Hanley. The
rotund master of streets has given out
the information that he is responsible
for his department and that he is go
ing to run it to suit himself, even to
the discharge of men, high or low.
Plans Reduction 'in Force
Hanley's estimate of expenses on his
present allowance will not be ready un
til Tuesday morning. Twelve hours
later a general reduction in the street
force is expected to take place.
Running along at 1 his present ex
pense he will be $19,757 In debt at the
enffof the fiscal year. These figures are
made on the basis of the cuts in work-
Ing force and supplies that he has al
ready accomplished. ■ •' V
- When heads are lopped off some
time next week, some of the highest
paid men in the department will be told
that I;hey are no longer wanted. Han
ley has found. to his satisfaction that
the civil service \ rules, so long as he
Is in his present financial condition,
can be passed over with Impunity so
far as discharges are concerned. These
men will be "laid off." It is hardly
probable that they will be returned to
work. : "•.'; ••■* /.'■■'•
As the street superintendent does not
see where he is to have a show of
favors with the little money on hand,
he Is at least rejoicing that when It
comes to results .in the favoritism
game, in his own department at
least, the council will be the largest
CHECH IS HIT HARD, BUT
FIELDERB RALLY TO BUPPORT
By Associated Press.
PITTS BURO, Sept. B.— Fine support
saved Chech defeat. He was hit hard,
but at 'critical periods the infleld be
hind him prevented runs. Attendance
. - . : „> K:H. E.
Pittsburgh.:... 3 15 1
Cincinnati .....'. '. 8 18 1
Batteries— Phllllppl, ' Flaherty and Gib
son: Chech. and Schlei. Umpire—Bause
wlne. . ■- :\ ■' - ' «
BROOKLYN LOSES FOURTH
■ > ', GAME TO PHILADELPHIA
By Associated Press. ;•. . ,'- v ' ? - .' <
..PHILADELPHIA; Sept. B.—Philadel
phia' today administered j the fourth d« •
feat for the present series to Brooklyn.
Attendance 1500. Score:
Brooklyn 0 6 8
Philadelphia 6 9 2
Batteries— Scanlon and Bergen; Sparks
and Dooln. Umpire — Johnstone.
NEW YORK'S BABE RUNNING
TOO MUCH FOR BOSTON TEAM
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Sept. B.— By splendid
exhibition of base running and "Inside"
work New York defeated Boston today
6 to 3. Attendance 3500. Score:
' R. H. E.
New York 6 6 1
Boston 3 5 1
Batteries— Wlltsa and Bresnahan; Fras
er and Moran. Umpire— O'Day.
CUBS WIN FROM ST. LOUIB / v
ON BROWN'S WILDNESS
By Associated Press.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. B.— Brown's wlldness
cost St. Louis the game today. Welmer
pitched a steady game. Attendance
I9nn Q • '■''■'/ '■■
St. Louis ...••.••....... 3 10 3
Chicago 8 10 1
Batteries — Brown and Leahy; Welmer
and O'Neill. Umpire— Emslle.
SENATORS' WINNING STREAK
UNBROKEN BY NEW YORK
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Sept. B.—Washing
ton's heavy and consistent stick work
today defeated New York for the third
time ln a series of five games. Attend
ance 2600. Score: '.
Washington 6 - 16 i
New York 6 9 0
Batteries — Jacobsen, Patten and Helden;
Chesbro, Griffith, McGuire and Kleinow.
PHILADELPHIA CLOSES SERIES
BY WINNING FROM BOSTON
By Associated Press.
BOSTON, Sept. B.— Philadelphia in its
last game of the season here won a
victory over the home team today. At
tendance .7800. Score:
Boston 3 8 2
Philadelphia 5 8 0
Batteries— Young and Criger; Waddell,
Dygert and Schreck.
SOX HOLD BATTING CARNIVAL
AT CLEVELAND'S EXPENSE
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, Sept. B.— ln a batting bee
today Chicago easily defeated Cleveland
12 to 2. Attendance 6900. Score:
R. H. E.
Chicago 12 15 1
Cleveland it 2
Batteries— Altrock and Gart; Donahue,
West, Clark and Buelow.
KILLIAN AND POWELL IN
FIERCE PITCHING BATTLE
By Associated Press.
DETROIT, Sept. B.— With both Kil
llan and Powell at their best today'a
game was a pitchers' battle until the
last man was out. Detroit scored the
only run on a wild throw, a steal and
two-bagger. Attendance 1500. Score:
R. H. E.
Detroit J............. 1 7 0
St. Louis 0 6 1
Batteries— Killlan and Drill; Ppwell and
Facts Little Known
Stammering is unknown among sav
Clergymen stand second in the list of
Inventors; mechanics first. .
In Vienna glass Is being uses to fill
. The king of Italy is presented annual
ly by .the emperor of Austria with 10,
000 American cigars.
To run an ocean liner from New York
to Liverpool costs J50.000. \- ;.y ''£$&
The average weight of an Andaman
islander is 60 pounds.
nates to Sarrnmento
On account of the California State fair
at Sacramento September 2 to 9, and the
celebration Native Sons of the Golden
West September i. Ihe Southern Paclflo
will bell tickets at one and one-third fare
for round trip from all points in Cali
fornia to Sacramento. Tickets will be
on sale August 81 to September t Inclus
ive, and will be good for return until
September 11. Continuous passage is re
quired in each- direction. Information at
Southern Paclflo ticket office, 201 South
Spring street. •■ _ ■:- ■ ■ .■ .; ;■ ;,. '
Chancre la Santa Ana Train
■ Effective ' Sunday, September 10,\the
train -now .Arcade depot via
Southern Pacific. for Santa Ana at 8:65
a. m.~ will ' leave at 8:30 a. 'in. h?;>;v. )■.,"■<'!>'
BROOKLYN JOCKEY CLUB
OFFERS PURSE OF $10,000
Wants Race Between Artful, Sysonby
and Hamburg Belle — Sheepe.
■ l^.'yi head Bay Results
By Associated Press. .»,':,
NEW YORK, Sept. B.— P. J. De Myer,
president of the Brooklyn Jockey club,
today announced that the Brooklyn
Jockey club will offer a $10,000 purse for
a race between Sysonby, Artful and
Hamburg Belle with the owners fixing
the conditions. '
Sheepshead Bay results;
Five • and a half furlongs— Listless
won, Leonora second, Bribery third;
time 1:06. .V;. :
Mile— Broomstick won, Bryan second,
Shawana third; (time 1:39 4-5!
Six and a half furlongs on turf-
Whimsical won. King's Daughter sec
ond, Blair Athol third; time 1:21 2-5.
.. Mile, and a furlong— Proper won, Coy
;M'ald. second, Graaieljo \ third; time
1:63 1-5." : '" ■;■■>■/•■■-'• *■: y??
Six furlongs — Aeronaut won, Platoon
second, Klamesha third; time 1:13 4-5.
Mile and a sixteenth on turf—Hippo
crates won, Jack Young second, Tele
phone third; time 1:49 3-6.
RESULTS OF RACING
AT STATE FAIR TRACK
By Associated Press.
SACRAMENTO, Sept. B.— Attendance
large; weathor warm; track good. Sum
Flrßt race, trotting, the Occident stake,
North Star, b. g., by Nutwood
Wilkeß-Ivaneer (C. Whltohead) 2 111
Athasham (S. Walton) 12 2 2
Alto Downs (T. Bunch) 3 dls
El Rey 4 dls
Time— 2:2o%, 2:15. 2:18, 2:17.
Second race, 2:18 class pace, purse $600:
Penrose, b. g., by Tabrose-Brl
gadler (W. Mastln) 24 111
El Morlno (C. Bunch) 1 18 2 2
Joe Robin (C. Rodergue) 3 2 4 out
Sweetheart (J. Smith) 5 3 2 out
Clara L. (S. Sprague) 4 5 5 out
Time— 2:l7^4. 2:20, 2:18%. 2:22. 2:31.
Third race, trotting,, free-for-all, purse
Adam Q., b. h.. byMcKlnney-Mona
N. (J. Zlbbel) 11l
Princess (C. Whltehead) 2 6 2
H. D. B. (F. Wright) 4 2 3
Charlie T. (A. McDonald) 3 3 5
Dr. Hammond (F. Chadbourne).... 5 4.4
,Tlme-2:14V4. 2:13 V4 t 2:13%. •:.
o Fourth race, six furlongs, purse $200—
Prince Magnet, 116 (E. Walsh) even, won;
Invoice, 111 (Otis), 5 to 1, second; Edg
rlffe, 113 (Ashley), 6 to 5, third. Time.
1:14%. Annie Darling. Sheriff Bell, Lord
Elden, Teddy R. finished as named.
Fifth race, one mile, selling, purse $200—
Badly Used, 12 F. Sullivan), 8 to 1, won;
Del Coronado, 107 (Graham), 3 to 5, second:
Jackfull, 112 (Hobart). 4 to 1, third. Time.
1:43. St. Wilda, Jlngler, Dlxelle. Isa
bellita, Tangible finished as named.
Sixth race, six furlongs, selling, purse
$200— Procrassttnate, 109 (Graham), 6 to 5,
won; El Chihuahua, 109 (B. Powell), 3 to 1,
second: Cora Goetz, 109 (Crossthwalte), 5
to 1. third. Time, 1:14%. Dr. Sherman,
Black Cloud, Tlburon, Dotterell, Weary
Lew, Hope Morgan and Interlude finished
as named. •
Seventh race, one mile, selling, pursn
J2oo— Mai Lowry (Graham), even, won;
Liberto (E. Walsh), 7 to 2, second; Glen
rlce (B. Powell), 8 to 1, third. Time, 1:41%.
Lone Fisherman, Mountebank, Annlad
tlnlshed as named. ;•;>...•
RESULTS OF RACING
AT LATONIA YESTERDAY
By Associated Press. .... . ....
CINCINNATI, Sept. B.— Latonla re
Six furlongs— Running Start won,
Henry Ach second, Iron Tail third.
Time 1:14 4-5.
Mile and fifty yards— Bravery won,
Martin second, Homestead third. Time
Six furlongs— Beacon Light won,
Rolla second, Cottontown third. Time
1:14 4-5. • .
Short course steeplechase— Mr. Rose
won, Jim Bozeman second, Martin
Brady third. Time 8:00 1-6. .
Six furlongs— Eleanor Howard won,
Joe Goss second, Maggie Leeber third.
Time 1:14 1-5.
■Mile and sixteenth— Prediction won,
Brown Vail . second, Autollght third.
Time 1:47 4-5.
TO 3TUD WITH ORT WELLS;
''.':'. BROKEN. IN TRAINING
By Associated Press.
. NEW- YORK. Sept B.— Ort Wells, one
of j last season's champion : three-year
old racers,', broke down In training;to
day and will probably be retired to the
stud, m Ort ?. Wells .won ■'.. many ; valuable
stakes ■ last year : In • the colors of John
A. ' Burke," but -. went > lame late In ) the j
season and ran only one good race this
season, when he beat Beldame at
MORNING BTAR EQUALB
WORLD'S PACING RECORD
Br Associated Press.
PITTSBURGH Sept. B.— At the Inter
city meet of the Pittsburg and Alle
gheny matinee club today Morning
Star, C. K. G. Billings' entry in the
free-for-all pace, equaled the world's
record of 2:04% In a pacing race to
RIVERSIDE INTERESTED IN
Program Includes Horse, Bicycle and
Motor Races and a Base
Special to The Herald.
RIVERSIDE, Sept B.— Sports are
furnishing the, chief topic of
tion today, in Riverside." arid there" is
much of interest to discuss in the big
Admission day race meet which is to
be held here at the driving park to
morrow afternoon and in the possi
bility of the Elks' team defeating Santa
Barbara in the baseball game up the
coast at the same time.
Eleven fast events are on the card for
the race meet— four harness events,
three running races, a loot race, mile
bicycle race and two flve-mlle automo
bile races. The auto races are exciting
the greatest enthusiasm and comment.
One of them Is to be a women's con
test, in which Mrs. George G. Strana
han, Mrs. M. E. Taber and Miss
Blanche Cover are entered.
The foot race and bicycle race are
post entry. Purses of '$50 are offered
for the harness races; $20 for the run
ning races; $15 for the automobile'
events; $15 for the bicycle race, and $10
for the foot race.
Entered In the 2:35 trot are J. H.
Thompson's Bonita; S. R. McDougal's
Pete; William Raynard's Billy; S. J.
Elliott's Baby; and W. A. Hayt's
Lauretta. " . '." :
In the 2:30 pace are E. C. Palmer's
Betty Raymond; E. F. Binder's Fern
wood; T. E. Nolan's Dewey; and A. B.
Miller's Ping Pong.
In the 2:40 mixed a big field will run,
composed of E. F. .Bender's Tom Mc-
Klnney; Maurice Griffin's Dewey; J.
R. Strachan's Colonel; Wm. Bartee's
Oney; R. Hackney's Magglet; D. Stan
field's Maud, and F. C. Payton's Silver
Dick. ,: ■ m '' Z: '.;-%' : : '•/':'.: ''■'•:'
There are three entries in the three
minute event — Frank Johnson's Sin
wood, R. Hackney's Proctor, and C. C.
Cole's Richard B.
Good sized delegations from San Ber
nardino, Redlands, Santa Ana and the
county towns are expected.
AROUSE JUDGE'S SYMPATHY
William Plows and W. W. Woodruff
Make Initial Appearance as De
fendants In Police Court
Tottering; with age, two white haired
men, one William Plows, for twenty
years a justice at Toronto, Canada, the
other W. W. Woodruff, a captain
formerly In the Sixth army corps and a
veteran of the civil war, hand in hand
were before Police Judge Austin yester
day afternoon on charges of disturbing
Neither is under 70 years, of age,
neither had faced a police Judge be
fore. . Their constant interruptions of
the court throughout the trial and their
pathetlo pleas for mercy, .might ! have
been humorous under other circum
stances, but their ages and friendli
ness aroused Instead a feeling of pity.
• According to the complaint preferred
by Mrs. Emma Oreglow,' they became
Intoxicated . and off ended her by their
actions and ; talk. ' Testimony, of . the
officers who made the arrests was to the
effect ' that !: the . . veterans . were : Intoxi
cated. . Judge Austin i continued- the
case. •"•' . ' . , " ■-.■'. i.' : "■''.■;'■. '■;
TO BE OBSERVED
NATIVE SONS GATHER FROM
FULLY 5000 ARE EXPECTED
Local Parlor to Entertain Visiting
Members With Elaborate Pro.
gram of Exercises at.'
Chutes Park Today
More than 6000 Native Sons from all
?'df ; Southernf-Ckilf^fAtaA^lH '■ .
participate in"lhe' Admission Taay''e'xer
clses to be held this afternoon and
evening at Chutes park.
•The exercises this year will be more ,
elaborate than ever before and:repre-i
sentatlves from parlors in all towns In
the southern part of the state will con-/
tribute special attractions to the pro
gram. ' .. • :
Many private entertainments will be •
given : jby patriotic residents, j but the I
chief event will • be held at Chutes park
commencing with a program of athletic *
events at : 2 o'clock. Following v this'
there will be a balloon ascension, man
euvers of the national guard and music
by Donatelli's band.
The evening program includes '■',}. a 'ft 1
musical program and addresses. . "Uncle y
Billy" Workman, Isadore Dockweiler,::
adn other prominent Native Sons will,,'
be on the program.
At 10 o'clock tonight a number of set/
pieces of fire works will be displayed. :.•
There are undelivered telegrams at the
office of the Western Union Telegraph
company for Mrs. Enna Gutman, B. J.
Hoffman, C. M. Littleton, John E. Brink,
Manox, Peach Springs Lime Co., D.
Canale, C. E. Fisher, Mrs. Hamilton,
Rev. M. Vandermasen, W. F. Fletcher,
Qeo. W. B. Beermaker,- C. H. Fernald,
J. H. Johnson, Mary Smith, Miss Jean
McDonald. A. Miller, Mrs. C. O. Madoukt.
Contagious Blood Poison ' more thor<
oughly poisons the blood than any othei
disease. Every part of the body is af-
fected when the virus becomes intrenched
in the circulation; red eruptions break,
out on the skin, the mouth and throal |
ulcerate, glands in the neck and groins
swell, the hair falls out, copper-colored
splotches appear on the body, etc.
■■-••>:•■■ ■•"■'. ; ■•-•■'•■■■•'
X was afflicted with blood poison, and
the best dootors did me no Brood, though
Z took their treatment faithfully, i In
faot I seemed to vet worse all the while.
I took almost every so-called blood rem-
edy, but they did not seem to reach the
disease, and had no effect whatever. I '
was disheartened, for it seemed that 1
would navsr ba cured. At the advioe of
a friend I then took S. 8. S. and began to
Improve. I oontinued tha medicine, and j
It oured me completely.
Hamlet, N. O. W. B. KEWMAUT.
So highly contagious is j this ' disease
that many a life has been ruiued by a
friendly hand shake or from 'using, the
toilet articles of I one affected ' with 'the
poison. To cure this hideous and hate-;
lul disease a cons titutfoual remedy . is re- !
quired. S. S. S. goes down to the very
foot of the trouble and | forces out every
particle of the virus from . the j blood ana j
cures the disease permanently . ; f 4 S. S.'S/i
Is purely .vegetable and drives out; the!
.■ ' trouble, rootand
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BT|^ fCT* W2V signs of it are
w^« k?^« J^vi ever seen again.
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■-^■^ ! ' •^ n-p^' been cured '■ by j
PURELY VEGETABLE. S. 6. S. can feel*
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none of the poison is left in the blood to f .
transmit to innocent offspring. ;- The en-Y
tire body is built up and the blood made
pure, rich and healthy by this great rem-f
edy. | Book .with | instructions . for I home Y
treatment and any medical advice desired B
will be given free of charge, y ':
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