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Kinjyumaa"! i iwatMirwrr --
OfTIcIal County Papar.
I.ILV and IMU.I.V WKIU1IT
KJilnrjc and I'roprleton.
Coin's Financial School.
W. II. UAltVKV.
irilifr lii I'm; by Onije PtrBUuu.xa I O.
MH. ClAOC MAKTrf AN ADMISSION.
.Mr. Gage ro and raid:
"Wiiit jon bare said about the com
urrcial tj'ue iflffr n(5 ;ild bring
maintained at parity under a fiisl ratio,
list been clue tn i'ic enlarged use r.I
llit-M Iwii metal, as mnney, tinder a frv
o.itiajjr law adopted liy llm principal
(uiiciii nl' (he Ki'rM. International lii- (
iimliliMn iruulil (tu wliat jun fay. Hut
1 lie United State alone could Did main
tain llie parilt nfllic two metal. Sil
ver would l llir cheaper, and puld
would tear1 it. We would liarr no
vredit abroad, and total ileranjretrenl
iifour cmnmrrM wodld follow. And
In thin rpect ywl hare not Mtiefrtor
ily answered rnj question.'
'Then, Mr. Ctnge, ' eaid Coin, "
Hre, do , thai the commercial value
if eilver and cold can lie maintained at
i.ir n fiTMt r-.li,. .1 1.M I.. 1 i.r 1 l'.
inl.ifll.eir fw winac u i.rovidod t
for t.r tho eanie ntli..n that had mi, I. '.
a U in 187-t?"
'Yes,' raid Mr. fiage, "we agree thu
"Thank," Mid Coin. "If all are an
well satisfied thus far Mr. (Jape, we
hare pained a preit deal. To under"
Mand tlitc faodameotal principles a
far as we have goue, and as adapted and
applied iu the put, and a trated and
proren a rucco. U meotul t our fur
ther atudy of lhL subject.
'In arraogicp the proprainme for
thi achool, I thought it bft-t to leave
the fubject of independent free ci.iuape
by the Uuied States to the lait. I will
net now change the rdcr. When I
a newer that queatiou it will be ai fiuiple
and as satisfactory aa any we have )et
"From the tone of the press in thii
city, it will be readily understood that
wrt do not agree ou the caue of the
preaeot depreion in baine, and how
much of it Li priperly cliaikteable to the
deraeoetixation of ulver Let uk first
ffadttB bbbm of this rthmttAM
ismdition nf things and then we will
vpeak of (lie remedy.
"We liaveoren that the cla'in of the
rainiK, first of the United States, aeond
ly Germany in IST.'I, followed by France
and the I.tlin Union 1874, depressed
the price of silver as measured in (;old
3fs per retit. An I the cloinp of the
mime: toMlver iu India, in 189.'!, fur
ther depreiited its price to JiO per ccut.
QDAXTITV Ol OOLU ANI bILVKIl.
"Bcfure dcmonetiziliou both metals
ooustituteil the redemption money ol
the world, abd as both metal existed
in about the fame quantities, it ave uh
twice as much money of redemptions
jyild alone will new furnish u. There
in in the world now, according to the
report ol thtt director of our mint,
33,727,018, 860 iu gold, and 83,820,.
Tho dislocation of the parity of the
two metala by the domDretization of
silver, and the attempt to maintain our
credit iu gold, haa reduced the redemp
tiooinot.ey of the world from 87,517,.
600,215 to 83,727,018,869, for a little
lcs than one half the original amount."
A HRAI, FKTATX MAM Af KS A QC2STIO.V.
"I wsut to know," said Mr. George
II. ltoxet, a real estate dealer, here in
terrupting Coin, why you say silver is
demonetized, when it is in circulation
every day aud hmdled by us as money?"
"We have seen," replied Coin, "how
the commercial value of the two metals
were parted. Dy tho muio laws that
jiroduced tbia :e-ult, tilvw was made
redeemable iu gold, and ceased lo be re
demptiou money. Silver now circulates
like paper mouey, both redeemable iu
gold. It u now subidary coiu or token
Strictly speaking, nothing is money
but re-Jemption mauoy all other forms
of so called ujony-sro money ouly in
the sense that certified obecks are money.
In the 6do in which you nay giNcr
i money, nickel atd copper tra money,
but they form uo part of our stock of
rtdeuiptiou money. Gold uow takes the
place formerly occupied by buth gold
aud kilvcr, aud in our only redemption
mouey. Silver, as now treated, cuts no
figure in our currency that could uot be
substituted by piper or other metal.
What u meant by deinouetiiation u,
that silver has been destroyed as primary
We are uow on a tiugle gold stand,
ard, aud have come lo it thiougU a yvt.
iud of limpiog bitnetalfoiu.
Mr. Fred Miller, canhicr of the IUut
cf Commerce, aunouueed a detire lu uA
j tj'iestwu and proceeded tOrlatell.
"It appear," .aid Mr. Miller "that
Lcutunhorjtiv l.u leu' il-jujcd,
1895 VICTOR BICYCLED-C J QQ.00
ii- i-- i-
Tbete ere eight Victor ModcSt for ladle and r,entJcmcn, practically any height
iiune luiaLicJ. Victors lead the cycling wortJ. SeoJ for citalogs;.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Makers or Victor ilicytlet asJ Athletic Good.
NCW YORK. OCMVtrt.
the numW of cralcs ol pure hIvct in
tlin stiver dollar has not been dilurted,
while the quantity of -fold in the ppA J
coin ha ticen changed
coin ha been chanced. I want to know 1
if there is any particular rieniticance in
thir? Why change tltt gold and not
"Aa Mirer was the unit," anetmi'd
Coin, "more resnect was naid to it than
to the other metal. Hut there wn
that would ordinarily ,
h conlrotlinj: iurluenoo
I mean J
lhecot ol re-coining 1 here are about
one bundled pieces ofilver coin to one
piece of cold coin. In coining ten mil
lion dullara in ditre, it r&pircs the
vtrik'in off of one hundred million coins.
To coin one million dollars in quarters
requires tho rtrikiug off of four million
coin. One million dollars in halves
requires tarn million coins. One million
silver dollars one million coin.
While in making our gold money,
comparatively few coins arc raquired to
be struck. One million doll irs iu ten
dollar gold pieces requires only one lmn
dred ihou'and pieces to be struck, and
in twenties, ii0,000. It would be m'icb
more expensive lo recoin he Mlver than
tho gold. It would Im) be of great in
convenience to the government and the
people to gather in all the silver coin,
while it is of small inconvenience com
paratively lo collect in and recoin the
To recoin the silver money is more
expensive, and would take a much long
er tiau than to recoin tie gold. Knt
tlm greatest significance is in the fact
that it was the money of the people.
Its iutegrity and identity was respected
by our forefutbers.
As our time to cIojc (he school for
the day has arrived, no will now adjourn
till 10 o'clock to-morrow morning."
Mr. Gage, and all thoMj who, like him,
had gone to hear Coin for the purpoee
of refuting his argument, walked out
of tlie room iu a thoughtful uinnner.
They hail previously reached con
clusions that the gold stamkr.l was the
proper thing. They had only htudied
one side of the quoti-m. They haJ I
become firm in their opinion, mil had
worked up memuriils to Cougrcs agaiust
the free coinage of silver.
They had not based thee optuiotia on
the noctWity ol interu-itional bimetallism
but upon the theory that a gold Hand
ard is the beat financial yetcni for the
United States to adopt.
Now, having met for the first time
some one who knew the scieuc! ol mon
ey, they were sut prised. That it should
oorae from tho lips of a boy they were
more surprised. Iusiead of sending at
bin:, and confusing him, they iiad ib-tcn-ed
and been compelled to give assent to
his plain and unanswerable views.
Their hope uow laid in preventing
him from showing that tho demoneti
zation of silver was the caue of low
prices stagnation in business, and the
deranged induMrial condition of the
country. That we have been compelled
lo adopt a financial system forced upon
us by Kurope.
(To be continued. 1
Krom our regular correspondent.
Wj'Ki.ioro.v, 1). U., Aug. 1G, 1S037
It- was reported here yesterday that
Postmaster Gcneial Wilson was to be
lendcted the po-ition of Associate Justice
of (he United States Supreme Court,
made vacant by "he death of Justice
Ho'vell M. Jackson. This information,
it was naid. came from a source very near
President Clcvoland. Tho Postuiatter
Genual, on tho olher hand, naid there
was not a word of truth iu tLe report.
It is stated, however, that tho duties of
a Cabinet poitioo, especially of the
Poetmaster General, are t.uch (hat io
volve constant attention 6 to matters of
detail, and are exceedingly laborious, aud
that Mr. Wilson would beglad to escape
the burdeu. Ou the other laud, u a
justice of the Supreme Court Mr. Wil
dou will have lem work, almost none of
the ucm-exluusting kind, but in its
stead the congenial lank 0r intcqirctiug
ll law. Thud the mailer rests, as yet.
for.'uudera cuttom uuvaricd iu mauv
WJ ti. .,...; t.r ' . .. '.
vc I'taue mi U'ligrfre re usjumble the'
rroson briiif; that the nomination by llif
Preiidrnt should be confirmed by the
ScnMe before the appointor lasrs his
seat on the bench-
The Conference ol Silver Democrats,
which 34 .tatcd in our letter of several
weeks pant would take place here on the
Hlh. of the present month, began on
that date .it the Metropolitan Hotel in
'litis city, nd fo far is a fircou. The
outcome of the conference will doubtless
le an addres to the people on the silver
qurstUn; the creation nf a national
committee, with one or two members
from each state, and tlm establishment
of headquarters at either Washington
or Chicago to dn active work for silver
for I he next several months within the
Democratic party lineji. The address to
the people will be brief, and will declare
in unequivocal terms the attitude of the
conference on thefilvir question, favor
able to ccinagc 10 to 1. Prominent
among the silver democrats in the city
are Senators June-, of Arkansa-; Daniel,
of Virginia and Harris of Tenn; ex
Senators Jarv'ts, of N. C, and Walsh,
of Georgia; Gov. Wm. J. Stone and
Stale Treasurer Ion V. Stephens, of
Mo; Representatives Cox, of Tenn; Otcy,
Va; Livingston, of Oa; McNeill, of Ark
and Hrookshire, of Ind.
There is a rumor hens that war may
shortl) be declared between France and
Hrazil owing lo the insult lo the Fren:h
citizens and of the French fljg by
Mnpann uuder the protection of the
Hrstilisn flag. The French, warships
are ready, the "Holand" and "Rcngali"
are now Ijiug in the river availing the
arrival of on admiral tihip, aud on her
reaching Cayenne the three will proceed
lo the Mapan coast, about two days sail
Iu our letter last week we rpnkc of
the ttrrible Chinese siaraacro of Ameri
can uiisMoiiaric.". Steps are cow being
taker, towards investigating the same by
the United Slates and it is noT likely
that the offender will be brought to
justice, but thus does not bring them
back lo life, nud (he slers that arc now
needed arc lo prevent audi outrages.
For just nt ihia lime the American
missions arc threatened by the Armeni
ans at Mariovcn and it is to be hoped
that there will uot be a repetition of the
Chiucso affair. Our Government is
.-trong enough and competent enough lo
meet such demands that aio made upon
it and Americans everywhere should feel
perfectly cafe under tlits flag.
The llnli'.tv Herald was somewhat
in error last week a to the amount of
defalcation as shown by the last exami
nation of the Staule accounts. Tho
amount m shown is over S2100. It is
quite true that this u considerable less
than was originally claimed, but this
last examination was more thorough and
made by tho trusted ag.'nts of iho
County by whom it is expected to prove
the shortage. Uesides iu thi account
ing they had aecess to tho receipts held
by Stanley for money disbursed by him,
which were not aeces-iblu in the other
iuveMigatiou. The figures aud all pir
taiuing lo this investigation are pre-.-erved
end are opcu tu I ho (crutiny of
any one desiring (o be iufonued in the
matter. This paper has said very Httlo
about tho matters that ure to be .settled
in tho courts, for he rea.-on that it does
not wish tu prejudice the public mind
to the detriment of the County.
The joyous cowboy of yore is fat
fadiug away he's no more. Ho used
to be gay, naturally restlcts aud very
emphutic when he was bowling up. He
wore 87 pants for every Jay, used silver
mounted bridle bits, a pearl handled six.
shoater, but was aitlied with beans,
bacon aud black offee at tho chuck
wagon. Now tie wears bluo overalls,
wants ougar in his coffee, demands oat
meal for breakfast and smokes cigarettes.
And where he used tu set in dollar stacks,
he is now contented with au an to of "one-come-along-two."
Tho WESTERN TRAIL is Pub
lished quarterly by the Chicago, Hoc'
lULANIt & t'AClVIC KAII.VTAY.
It tells how to get a farm iu the
West, aud it will be rent to yuu gratis
for one year. Send lurac and add re-
to "KJitnr Wotern Trail. CMcano.
SEBASTIAN, 6. P. A.
L. F. SHAAV.
Also carry a stock of Notions, Furnishings, etc.
UCa!l and examine my goods and get my
pi ices. Satisfaction guaranteed.
L. F. SHAW,
W AliP HAfER SOPA
2- rl-rmarrx Sfa
Costs no more than inferior package soda
never spoils the flour, keeps soft,
versaJly ackno'jsltdged purest in
Mais only by CHURCH & CO., Hew York.
Ball 6r crocus (TtiTwktr.
Writ tat Ana aoi Htaaw Back t nluMa BnJpw 7BXB
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
The only I'ure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
5000 FAMILIES 5000
Locate on and cultivate the RICH, and PRO
DUCTIVE lands of the valleys 01 the Beaver and
cimarron rivers, and their numerous tributaries.
No finer lands for Agricultural and Stock Purposes
cm be found in the Great South-west.
Lands can be had in small or large tracts at low
As good land as can be found anywhere can yet be
homesteaded, for the cost of filing and final proof,
being all told not to exceed $25.00.
Stop and Think a Moment.
A Good Home where you can have all the advan
tages of the older settled countries, (where government
land can not be had,) and where you can obtain wealth
in the healthiest country on
$25.00. for 160 acres.
Do not take our word for it. Come and see for
yourself, examine the Lands, see the Products of the
Soil, our Advantages, mingle with the people and
judge for yourself.
Beaver the county-seat ot the largest county in the
South-west (being 344 miles wide by 168 miles long)
will ultimately make it an important business point.
Come to Beaver and be convinced.
For full and reliable information Address
Beaver, O. T.
KANSAS CITY, KA8
Nat. Back ct Ccm-
tnarcBi X. C
and is uni-
earth for the small sum of
not;'-i. ror.n anrvriui.
U.fi. I.ari.oae. Woodasd.O T .
lojllt 10, 1
1M". rlr )jra It il-"'i. -"-"-
;2?lvr5.i - wv?i. .. A VK sKW free 23. Twp
5 a of llarire !?, I- L JI-
hlnconllncoureiUeoce UP' "J eullHa
tlonof. Mld laud, tic
rn-d t Traer. vr. O T.. Ha" or
WtllUmi. Oate.ii T.lrallnkaa, John Tay
lor, !-nlcp. O. T
no-ai VVltaovM Hammock, Heftittr
.notice ron ri'iiur.vTioN
Land OEci at WcodwarJ, O. T Aug. 10. W
Notice 1 hereby civen thtt the fi.IlowJEg.
nanie-l ertller bare filel uottrecf M tuten
Hon lo mike Anal proof In tnpport of lil
rUlm. ami that aiit Droor will do made fce
fnrr CATXrr Traer lTobiie Jndjte In pnJ rpr
Bearer I'onoirO T . anJ in caeof hl
nee before V. C Irarr. ( Irrk of anlJ emit.
11.1.... ..ttfllnwlnr ttilnrfttet tri trore
hl c-M)tlnnoa le-idrnre upon and toltlrotlon
Pf. t'ilJUnd, til
Wllllwu H.ciabWrt. William It. Larertr.
aine O. r . Henrr Miller, I.aDlDff, O.T.,
red C. 1 rser . Bater, O. T
3033 W1L05 M. IlAMSioCK, negilter.
NOTICE KOll PUIILICATION
V S Land Office. Woodward O.T.
Aua-att S, iiV.
otlee U hereby dTen that the followlBg
aamed arttler hat filed antlee of hla Intention
lo naVefoat proof Inmppor! of hl claim, acd
tba'. ld rroof will lx- made before farter
Tracy. Probate Jndgeof nearer Co , O. T , at
Hearer. O.T ,oniUt, .ept.. lH5. rli: John
J nUeron. It. K. No.Jlstorthefcir. Hec. 17
Twp. 4nKanpeai E C M
He name the following r IlBessn to prove
hit eontlnuout mldence upon and cnltlratiOD
or, said land, riz-
ieorfre 11. Merchant. Tomadore P. Xeill,
Abe. 1. Mnitb. nil ori'lxiJor, O. T John F.
Todd, of Knltoo, O T
W St. Hammock,
Xoticc for Publication.
V.H. I,MiiOrriCE, Voodwnnl.O T.
Notice U hereby KUen that the follow.
Ing named pettier b-v flirt notice of his
Inti-nllon to male Coal proof la npprt of hla
claim, aod that said proof will te mado bofore
11 Weir Deputy I)ltrict tlerk. at Hearer.
ii T .H?ptcmbr:l,l'5s tit. I.udwlsl.niroh
fortheNi,'Ei; and 8-," NE'i ec aa, Twii.
He name the following witnfifri to prove
hit eontlnuout ritidence uponandculllratlon
of, tld Innd, iz:
Uotleb Htrfatl, I.awrfncr McCabe, Noab
Lane, John Ilogne, all or Hearer, O T.
Wilsox SI Hamvook,
V. B. LAXfi 0lf.
Woohwrd, O T
Anjtast 2, 1SIO
Notice It hereby tclren that the following
named settler tin died notice of his Intention to
male Until proof In tnppt of bit claim, and
that mid proof will be made befon
Carter Tracy, Probate Jndge In and for Bearer
Coanly, nt Bearer, O. T.. on fccntembiT SO,
1891. ili: Joteph C. Hodjre, U. E No. ST fjr
theEiSpc. 19, Twpl nluinseH B.C M.
He name the following wittiest to proro
hlnciintlnunut retideiu-enpoa and cnlthatlon
of, naid land. Tit:
Darld Miller, J V. Thnmpron, Sherman
Ine, Hamnel II Weir, all oflUsror, O.T.
30-J5 W. SI IUmmock, resltter.
CONSOLIDATED NOTICE FOR
lT S I.andOiGce.
Woodward, O. T ,
Notice it he rchy clren that the following
naiunl rrltli-rt hiTelili-il notice of thtlr Iu
tentlon tomakeflnal ptoof In Mipport of their
cuilma.niid ihat taid proof will be mado be.
fore Carter Tracy Probate Jndgp In and for
Hearer connty, Oklnliuma, at l-artr. OEla,
on Anjr IT. Ihhs, lr- Joel C. Slurphr It Eno
JSfor SE:;Sec4TwptD, ot K S8ECSI.
.M-oJamfJlI MnThy II Eno.SlO for 8'; of
N W K aod SiSff .; tec 3, Twp ii. It V5
I. C SI
1 hey name the following wltneet to prove
their conilnngn rcililence npon and cnltlrat
lonof, naid land, rlz-
Willlum M O Uabbert. of Cilne, Okl.. Joel
C Mnrpby. Jarae II Murphy. SUry E Uabbert
of Uate, O T, Fred C Tracy of Bearer. O T.
Any person who dttlrea to protect agalnit
the sllnwanee ofiuch proof, or who knowa ol
any tubitantlal reaiou, nnder th law acd
the recuUtlont or the Interior Department,
why such proof tboold aot be allowed, will
U Wen an opportunity at the ahore men
tioned time and place to eroet examine the
wtlneeettofaaldelaiirtant. and to offer art
deiioeln rebatui of the! tubraltled hy elaloa
Wilion SI. Hamuock,
CONSOLIDATED NOTICE FOR
C 3. 1 -and Ofllce, Woodward, O T.
Notice It hereby piren that the following-caiiit-ilaclllert
hare filed notice of their in
tention to make float prof In vnpport or their
claim, and lhat eald prof will be made Ix
fore fan erfracr Probate Jodgu In and for
Hearer county, Oklahoma, at lli-arer, Okla,
nnAuj. IT, lriS. rlz: William St (I Uabbert
for 11 K s... aw f..r EM 3 V. J; iid WS' 8 K H'
AltoSIary E Gabbert for II E no. 21 for I-ott
3 and 4 andS i K W i ?ec I Twp lu llanxe 2J
They nine the following wltnetiet to prove
tlirlrcontlmioaa residence npun and cultlrat
Innuf.tald land, lz.
Jauie Ii Murphy. Joel CSlurphy. of Gate,
Okla. John McUowrii. Will am SltiOabbert
ufC'llne. Okla, Ired C Trui-r.of I!.-aer Okl-
Any pereon whndeitrei to proleel acnlntt
the allowance of tncli jiro-if.or who knowa ol
") ub. laiit.nl rrn.ou. under tlm law and
the refutation of the Interior Department,
wli) tuch proof thuuld not be allowed, will
be kI en au opportunity at the nbore men.
Hunt d time and piece lo cro eiainlnc lit
wllneiieeiifaaldelaiinaiit, ami to offer erk
deuce In rebuttal ol tbalmuiiAtted by olUm
at. W M llAMMOOK
0riCE FOK PUDLICATI05.
U. ft. lx OjrlCft.
vn . Woodw'1i -T Juneao. isl.
oIIc It hereby giren that the followiir
named tettler hat flVrd notice of hit Intention
2.m?krDiS7or.l,7 "I'P" of hit claim, and
thattald proof will be made before Carter
Traey, Probate Jndge or Hearer, Co. at Beirrr.
p T., on Atnrot i. I5, rlz; Ilobert P
Smith, lor the ES' NK'iSee 23. and W XW
He tl, TT. G n, lUugc 2S E C SI. '
He nainea the following wltnetict to prore
of'.aTd laadVlir Ef" "'1 en,"T"n
Thomat Johneon, Thomai Slartin. John AT"
-"purgeon. Dald sf, Macacy all ""if, ".g t'
Anyperton whodetlret to protett asntnit
the alluwaoce ofiuch proof, or who knowtof
aiy tubtUntlal reoeon. under llio law aud
lire irjulatlon. of the InUrlor neparlmrnt.
wliy tuch proof thould not bo allowed, will
ble.0.uoflJ,r,un"y at the abote men
tioned lime and place to cro examine the
wllneuet of aald claimant, and to onVr erl
dente la rebulUI of that tabmltted by clalai.
23-M W. SI. lUvnotx, B,glner.
W A VI'le'TI To enjr'jr an
Mivuxiiu, Energetic Lad; or
aal I. IVSMZSriC irVrVe M
at BeaTer, O.T .oa.-epumOTr , ibj, ii
Joerh A . Ie. II K 'o. SK. MeaTer Stnei,
for the V,' TWK s-ec ST. ana F..',' M-v -vcc.
t. Tup 4, u lUmr Ss K C M.
Gentleman to represent ui in acli Coun
tj. Salarj 810.00 per Month and a
cominisMon. Address witli iamp.
Chw. A. ltolinwo A Co.,
A Bticntlfio Amrricnn
k Agency for
vSs isiC1 awaaa
rer Inform allon and fTC Uandbook write to
MUNN CO- Ml BBOADWAT. Ntw York.
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world, tfnlcnaittlr lllnttrated. No rhtelllreai
run thould be without It.. Weekly. S3.Un a
reort flOttx mnnthi. Addre'i MIJMN tn,
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Ten years were
apent rerislnif, 100
and orce $301,000
expended b" f"
tho flm copy -ii
thonld own this
Dielknarr. It an.
awcrs quickly ajvl f
correctly tho que.
tions ao conaunur
ari!ns concerning tbo hialnry, apelllng.
ronunciatlon, and meaning ot woruj. 1
A IJhrary In Itaelf. it aio giret !
1 1 a form eonreolont for ready reference :
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The flflmaa Electrical Forces, w
How They Control the Organs
of the Body.
The electrical force of the human body, M
t!ie nerro fluid may bo termvd. It aa eape
clatly attractive department of scletioo, aa It
exerts ao marked an Influenco on the health"
of tho organs of tho body. hero force U
produced by the brain and conrryed by
means of tho nerves to the various organ oil
the body, tbuaaupplylng tho Utter with tba
Titainy necessary 10 111
aura their health. The
pneumogastric nerro. as
shown hero, mar bo naid
to be tho most Important
of the entire ner sys
tem, as It atippllc-i tho
heart, lungs, atomach, 1
bowels, etc.. with the
nerro forco nocestary to
l.eep them actlro and
healthy. As will bo seen
Dy t no cut tuo ions nerro
descending from tho
baso ot tho brain and
terminatlnc In tho low
whllo tho numerous llt-l
tie branches supply thel
itrirk. IUU.'3 uuq aiuu.-'
ach with nocovarv Tl-
talitv. When tho Iiratnl
becomes In any wav ills-1
oraerea ny irrttauiutyi
orexhaustlon. the nerro 1
forca which It auppllos '
is icscaeu, ana ino or
;aas receiving tho di
minished suddIv are con
Phrslelans gcnerallr fall to recognize,
the Importance ot this fact, but treat tha
organ ltsel f Instead of tho cause of the trouble
The noted specialist, Franklin Miles, M. U.
LL. B , nas glron tho greater part of hla ttf
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