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MRS. ELMIFiA HATCH.
HEART DISEASE 20 YEARS.
Xh-. JIr JHedleeZ Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Piah Bim: Tor 20 years I wsj troubled with
bean disease. Would frequently hire OlUof
spells and smothering at night. Had to Bit up or
ret out of bud to breathe. Hid pain In my left
sldo ana bacic mooter inoume; si imi i Dccame
dropu al. I was very nervous and nearly worn
out. Tho loan excitement would cause me to
. with Buttering:. For tbo last fifteen roar I could
not lecp unmy leftside or backuntll began taxing
yuur -ttc Iltdrt Cure. I bad not taken It very
long Until I fait mucb better, and I can now sleep
en cltbor sldo or back without the least discom
fort I havo 110 pain, smothering;, dropsy, no wind
O'l tomnch or other disagreeable symptoms. I am
atlo to do nil my own housework without any
troublo and consider myself cured.
i:ikhnrt, Ind., IfcSS. Mrs. Eurmi Hatch.
It Is now four years slnco I hart taken any
medicine. Am In better health than I hare been
In 40 years. I honestly be- a PM"" r
UootWxr. mu Xw CURED
Heart Cure saved my life w ""r""
and made mo a well woman. I am now 02 yearj
of ago, and am able to do a good day's work.
May Mtb, 1SW. Mis. Ewiba Hatch.
BOLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE.
YRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CTS.
Sola by D. J. Kry, drtiBglBt,.l.-;ttltni
ast and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Company.
CALIFORNIA EXPRESS TRAIN RUN DAILV UK
TWEKN PORTLAND AND 8. K.
0.15 p. W.
tut) p. m.
10 lu a.m.
b:'M a, in
5:I9 a. re
7:00 p. m
Above trains Htop at all stations from
Portland to Albany incluslvo; also at Tangent
Hhtdd, Hulsey, Hftrrlsbnw. Junction City,
Irving;, Eueeno and nil statlonMfrom Koseburg
to ishland Inclusive.
IHWKlinKfl MAll. DAIL1.
l-.nU p. 1IJ
1:40 p. m,
7:00 a. it
8:.) n. w. I liV.
11-17 n.w Ly
.to p. m. I Ar.
Dining Cars on Ogdcn Koute
TOLLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
Second Class Sleeping Cars-
Attached to all through trains.
West-Side Division, Between Portland
' and Corellis:
'VNtU BTlft and t,-A t.:;ng boom,
Tiowaeson tlio rock ran lilgh,
And the rushing spray shot every way
Beneath the darkening sfcy.
The rock rose bla k nnd stern,
With a cruel prlclo ro-se lip;
And every drop that touched his top
Uan shuddering book to the sea.
And far tq the misty left.
And far to. the roljty right,
Koc !i billow ran like n hunted man
With naught to stay his flight.
When there, at the distant south,
Whero tho sky and tho water cling,
A sail unfurled at tho edge of the world,
Like a centle spirit's wing.
The night came, quickly downt
The waves grew ebon black;
There pushed a gale behind the sail,
And sped her on her track.
Swiftly the fair ship came;
A statey thing was (die.
-'Come near, come nearl Tour port If
Chuckled the rock In the sea.
For her no warning voice;
For ber no friendly bell;
Only the fright of tho desert night,
And a laugh as If from hell.
She struck on his traitor heart,
She reeled from the horrid shock,
And down with her crew, ere half they
She sank at the foot of the rock.
,And tho rock rose black and stern,
With a flaunting front rose lie;
And every drop that touched hli top
Ran shuddering back to the sea.
Loulso Morgan Sill In Now York Sun.
A LEAD PIPE CINCH.
7:30 a. ui.
Vi. I fi o. m.
.6:3.i p, nil
a. iih.no and oorvallis oonneot wiw
trains of Oregon I'm-lflo Railroad,
1:10 p. m.
7:23 P. rn.
P. BOGE1W, AMt. O. K. and Pass. AB'
H KOKHI.KK. Mnrrn"
83SJ? HK gJ2J8S&&
yr. KO. Jf l." remdy PrP"
Ho'd y BasKetl vaumyi-
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Rheumatism, - ,
Lame Baoks o
( rjl' sissiB
Win ear. wlit "J,JMall w2, or la6
owitlmof twMrT.foror.1 in.
fSlA- mSali of-r;. AJ"
ml III health. . i
alwhi iMMMMMaM orT
WM h. tern errt,Wrr:'Sr, ban
am- au ouwr rOT 'rT7ih.r Aw
o( MU.noUUU In this and LZ rS3eW. M
rnutett boon Vir5?n2Jfowi",!'!,Sil
"" TSiiDiii bUotwo, oo., aBA
Una f5 rw- -
7777- ITCTHNO niA known JJ2j
Bold by rul:ett&VanPype
DitKivxjM." ---- ;. forih"
, iivi - . ,
"A dozen years ago, when I kept
in Adrian," said the livery stable man,
"I had an experience which it ptiyes
me a pain oven yet to think of. A
fellow rode up to my door one after
noon and asked if I cared to buy the
horse ho was on. The animal was a
seven-year-old dark bay, with no
blaze and only ono stocking, in pret
ty fair condition, but rough his tail
and mane full of burrs. I found him
60und. Ho seemed gentle, and tho
chap only wanted $125 for bun; not
dear for such a likely looking horse
for livery work, as prices were then.
'Tlioic was nothing suspicious
about tho man. Ho said he had been
teaching school back in tbo country,
and. looked it. Tho horse was taken
for a debt, and ho had a retnilar bll
of salo fpr him. But tho animal was
no, more good to him, because ho had
had the shakes, was sick of tho west
and was going back home to Massa
chusetts by tho cars from Adriap.
To cut it short, I got tho horse fpr
100, with a good saddle and bridlo
thrown in, and ho went off on tho
next train east, as ho said he would.
I had tho horse cleaned up and was
well pleased with my bargain, espe
cially after 1 gave him a jog of a few
blocks in harness and concluded Jie
would bo a mighty serviceable road-
'"hm nnxt mornintr two men, who
named themselves Sutherland and
Hutchinson, got off tho train from
Detroit at Adrain, to sell county
rights for a new patent churn. Thpy
wanted a horse to take thern.aroupd
among tho farmers and I lot them
have my now roadster. When thpy
camo back in the evening they en-
cnrrwl him for tho next clay, anu i
was glad tq seo ho had not been drivpn
very hard. So it went qn three or
fnnr davs. -Every morning they
droyo him out, and fn tho ovenipg
engaged him for thanoxt day. But
they didn't seem to .ha,vp,much luck
in selling their churn, and talked
aboutgivingupand going avaydU-
a T. Riircreated they had pot-
terstay over, to the ppunty fair, which
was to open tho next weekw1ien
they cqultV show their churn to every
body in that part of Michigan, and
would bo Jikely to do -wen.
"After a littlo tak the idea seemed
to.plqaao them, and they agreed to
stay. I posted them on where to get
their license and space, and hire a
tont,apd so pp, .for m - w
thanked me warmly. Then th,oy
concluded they, would have to hup a
hoU to take (hem out to tho grounds
and back, and.maybe drive around a
bit and they would engage tho ono
rr...?uJ fLnnfdne. They would
pafor him for every day, whether
5?L i him or not. only they stip
ulated that I was not vat""?
cumstances to let any one else work
"lVto that, and
R. ' - i,r,,i tho barcain. I
ZS have vbiatedmy part of die
thov took bim away eaiff
tuoy "u hi untll QnK
3EA?tat never showed a
t0 be much 6t ' driver. &
nwayu Mi.v- -r- H,cmn8on
r enn ni u. iiiui -
eta by throwing tho races. That wrs
all found out afterward, but not in
time to do any good.
"They had one maroof the Gold
Dust strain Sultana thpy called lior
mat could have won m overv
event sho was entered for if allowed,
but that was not their gamo aud
there is no doubt bIio was nulled in
tho two milo trot, best two out of
three, ou tho third day, lotting a
black horeo named Nabob coma un
ler tho wire, winner by a head.
"That opening Mr. Sutherland.
who had bet on Sultana and solacetl
tlmself afterward with hard cider,
tccumulated quito a jag, and when
in a good mood for freeing his mind
met up with a chap named Carter,
who owned Sultana. To Mr. Carter
ho confided in a voice like a foghorn
his pnvato impression that tho maro
was no good-, that sho was a cow;
that it was a dead Bkin on an inno
cent public to match her against a
real horse like .Nabob, and so on, in
Buch an aggravating way that final
ly he got Sultana's owner hot and
mad all tho way through. To clinch
all, the patent chum man sworo ho
was hiring by the day a common
livery 6table plug that ho wpuld bet
could boat Sultana a one milo heat
anyway, and ho pulled out a roll of
bills like a fat man's leg to make his
To Mr. Carter, who was out for
the dust and meant business all the
time, that proposition beemed a pe
culiarly juicy piece of pio. Ho knew
well enough that his maro couiu oeat
Nabob any day and at any distance.
nnd tho idea of any fool matching a
common livery roadster against her
mado him happy, especially tor a one
milo heat, which, was the surest thing
she had. The upshot of their wrangle
was that they actually made a, match
for $500 a side, ono mile neat, Be
tween Sultana and my roadster, to
bo trotted tho next morning at an
hour when tho track would bo free
if they could get the managers' per
mission, and tho money was put up
in good hands, safo to go to the win
ner. To got tho managers' permis
sion tho trot had to bo represented to
them as a bit of fun for a basket of
wine, just to teach a lesson to tho
churn man, who was too brash for
his own good, and thoy thought it
would be ouito a joke.
"A few minutes after tho match
was mado, Sutherland's ipartaw Jn
tho churn business wobbled into tho
saloon where tho horso talk was go
ing on, and he was full as a goat. Ho
seemed flabbergasted whe,n ho heard
and succeeded in understanding what
had beon going on, and the two part
ners bad quite a row, Hutchinson
calling bis fat friond all kinds of a
fnoi for wlmt he haddono. But when
6ome outsiders interfered in the in
terest of tho public peace, which
seemed liable to bo broken, littlo
Hutchinson turned on them savago
as a mink, nnd swerving nht nround,
as a drunken man will, ho Bworo ho
would stand by his partner, whatever
his partnor did was right, and ho
wniilrt back his partner with ovpry
dollar he had. Then ho flashed up a
roll of nioney, like tho other chan's,
except that it seemed to have grown
up to maturity. Thc?o must have
been at leasi j,uu up uu j "
outside tho stakes before tho bluffipg
and calling down camo to an epd,
and drunk aa tho churn men were
they took good caro tho monoy was
in solid, responsible hands.
"When tho story oi ine maw" e,
arpund tho next morning, there was
a feeling of sadness in tho commu
nity on account of all tho churn
mon's money being up with Mr. Car
ter and his friends, for it was fplt
that thoso who had not got a pjecAof
so good a thing uaaacwauy p- jw
,m, nut that cloud, had A?"'
ver lining. Two ipnocont looking
young chaps-Btudeuts from Ann,Ar
t. t,w nid thov wore strolled in-
staid. For a man who didn't knowi jLAAAAflJVJWWUWVUVY
mucn about horses, the wuy ho w ss- a "w
bathed his legs, fed him, tested his HL A I 11 f Pi A I 1'? I
euoes anu so on was really surpris
ing. A queer sort of feeling floated
into my mind, not exactly suspicion, ,
uui mo invest; uncertainty i over
felt, nnd I concluded I wouldn't bet
And the next morning, when I saw
uiubon and not Suthcr-
)); tho reins, and that ho
!;"! liko a driver from
i os quito satisfied that I
. t y. though I could not
I justBaid nothing to any-.
"Well, tho trot camo off. My liv
ery plug went away from Sultana at
tho quarter; was two good lengths
ahead at tho half; at tho three-quarter
tho pace was so hot for her that
sho broke and went up into the air,
and by tho time her driver got her
down again to a square gait sho was
too far behind to oven savo her disr
tanco. You never saw such a sceno
of dismay in your lifo. Tho public
howled and gnashed its tooth. ,Myl
How folks did swear that day I As
for Carter, ho was just wild; swqro
it was a put up job, said tho horse
was a ringer, and demanded that all
bets should' bo declared off. But tho
churn men proved tho honesty of
their position easily enough by mo,
and tho bets woro paid.
"Mr. Sutherland dldn twaittoclosp
up his churn business. Ho just loft
it. Ho and his partner, after giving
mo tho $100 ho hod promised, took
tho.noxt train, for Deolt. Apd tho
two college students left at tho samp
time, seeming satisfied with tho fair.
Apd most of tho currency of Lena
woo county left by that train.
"I felt 10 feet high that night and
wouldn't take .10,000 for my road
ster. In fact, "I refused $5,000. In my
mind's eyo I had a world boater, oqo
to take out on tho, grand circuit and
win everything .ithjt
"But along in the forenoon of tho
next day, an Indiana sheriff froni
Marshall county, I think, if I rp
mombor right, camo to town lookipg
for a stolen horso and found him.
Yes, you've guessed right; it" was ipy
roadster. Tho owner of tho horo
was along and identified tho beast.
Tho bill of salo, in his name, which I
had, was a forgery. Proof was clear
and I could rtq npthing but KVMo up.
,Thqp)Yner was .square qnoytgh, how
evpr, V givo,?no back tho hundred, 1
Ijad. paid to tje thief, so that pn tio
wliplo transaction I was ,$140 ahead
and had no right to complain.
"About a month afterward the
facts came out, and Carter had been
right. Thero was a put up job, and
tho protended churn men, tho stu
dents, tho thief, tho real owner pf
tho horso and tlio siientr, too, i
guess wcrp al',. in it. Hutchinson
was ono of the best drivers in 1 10
land and had trained thohorse.sotjio
gang knew thoy had a cinch on Sul
tana, but to woik it so ns to get all
out of it that was possiblo they bud
to play their comedy pi tlio pno way
"Tlio horso was ono with a repud
iation aheady, and as ho hud a blae
fnen aud three whito neckings his
marks would havo given him away
away if hoh.nl uot beon no.ttly dyed,
and tho dye vi i'l havo worn or been
washed off if tuoy had not bo engi
noercdithingsaa to keep him practi
llv in their iws.ioJtiio nil tho tipio
I nominally had him. To renew lps
color apd maintain .him in good rue
ing form, ready for a big effort, was
easy enough tho way they urrangpd
matters, and they played their game
through from start to finish without
n fault, tho effect thereof being per-
feet in tho nature oi wnai j. nuw
hear spokon of as a load pipo cinch
on tho boys.'1-Philadolphia Times.
What Is the condition of yours? Is your hair dry,
harsh, brittle? Does It split at the ends? Has It a c
lifeless appearance? Does It fall out when, cpmbed or Jj
brushed? Is It full of dandruff? Does your scalp Itch?
Is It dry or In a heated condition ? n tttese aro some ox. c
yoursymptomabe warned In time oryou willbecorao bald. JC
is what you need, its prodoetlon Is not an accident, but the result of tdent lfl
reMiret knowledge of th. dlM&i.iof th. hair and naln led. to th.d scot.
irrotbow to .treatt hem. f-8kookum-e)nulnsneUhrmrnjUr.orojii. It
Is not a SyiOmt a delightfully cooling and refreshing Tonic, 'tosttmufaitnt
the follicles, top failing ir, ewes dandruff and ffrotus AofrenUUd J
htavr- Keep tho scalp dean. healthy.jaBd rnjtrflm Irritating sropUoMyhy 3J
If your drural" cannot supply you send direct to us. awl w t wtll forwrd i?
orepsia. on receipt ot price. Grower, fUM per botfle tor .V. BoV. W. ,
THE SKOOKUn ROOT HAIR GROWER CO., '?
At un.,h viAk Imae. Mow York.K. Y. vh
On Meter System.
TO CONSUMERS :'
The Salem Ught and rower Company at
Brent expense bavo squlppt-d toelr Electna
Llgbt plnutwlttitbeuvi modtrnitpraratuc
uuaaionowhblo to otler the publics bctlr
light than ny svteiu una a'
than any city on the coast.
Arc and Incandescent Light;
lug. Electric Motors lor all
nurpuscB vlieropo-rTcr fs re
WclJenc can bo wired for M iruiny light
aa desired and tho couumr pay rot nly
aueh lights to aro used. This being reMe
by an Klwirio Meter. Offloe
179 O.ommefclal St
T. J. KRESS.
Natural Wood Finishing,
Cor, 90th and Chcmoketa Street.
Goo. Fendrich, -t
Best meat and free delivery.
136 Mate Street.
- Brick and le-
Only 3 cents a 4y delivered, at
J. L BENNETT j SON.
'P. O. Blolc.
.a It- hh n'. so'd cnt tt
'uutdjmnv-4i' Up to XU
old stwid Ml Llb.it rlrwt
Fresh meat and lowest prices
The Urlttsh Coast.
Tho most dangerous part of thp
British coast is that between Flam
borough Head and tho North Fore
land, including ns it does both thp
Humbor and tho Thamos. Tho noxt
most dangerous district is that be
tween Anglesea and tho Mull of Can
tyro, which includes tho Morsoy and
tho Clyde. Next conies that be
tween Hartland Point and St. Davidfs
Head, which includes tho Bristol
channel. Tho district between tho
North Foreland and St. Catherine's,
including of courso tho Btraite 6f
Dover, comes but fourth on tho list
Tlio Pall Mall Gazette Bays that
3,000,000,000 gallons of beer woro im
bibed in Europe last year, of which
Germany consumed 1,051,000,000 gal
oj oi iuj'
The House Mpver;
451 Marion 'Street.
Has the best facilities tor mewing and rais
ing houses. Ijenve orders at ray,, pros., cji
address Halom, Oregon.
From Terminal or Interior Points the
THE DISTINGUISHED AND EML
NENT HPECI AGISTS OF
uuIjijOvOuO O uvjOO n hjo
net .nil MlnnV.I Dtltl fnrAVAf dflStrOTS flfr
Ilrtctlonalile hair, who'her upon the hands.,
ace arms or neck, without discoloration
r Injury to the most aeucawaain.
rasfor Arty yoars tho so ret c
..rdsmus Wilson, acknnwledgvd 1
.l.n, am Ihfl lilthnHt nillhfirity
ittMi cmltientdrniatoloijistand halrsne
.iniia, fi.at xivnt-llvi-d. llurlnorhls PrlvaW
imetlaol a life-time anions; tho nnbllltj
nd aristocracy or turope no praw""
hi..in I'rir-o ii iv mill. Rcurely
n.Ki rnrreanOudciireoonndentlal Bell
Ivgeutsfor ATiierli'41 Addrens
TH; SKOOKUM ROOT Ha H GROWtR i-O,
cnt. H.&7 Horn h Kllth Avenue.NeW Vorl
Biio utnnnrutn'vtcfn vo nofKvwwi
W- L. DOUGLA5
ft SHOE hoI-'Wip,
Do yoa wear them? When next In need try a pajfti
Rest In the world
Is the line to Uke
To all P East ri, So
vestibule trains, every .day In the year iu
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
;Wo oh9(je of cart.)
Composed of dlnlnttcnrs unsurpaased,
' IHillman drawlnir room sleepers
Of latest Wt,'PIW
llwt that can bo constructed and In which
accommodations are both Iree and tur.
nlshed for holderi of flrst and iecond-olaas
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
ran urji.siiiiHnsBvm. .
Aoontluu6ta line oonneetlne with all
lines, attprdior dlrwt "d nn)ntermptd
l'nllman alpo prvntlons can boie
cured n advtnco ttkfingh iny aent pf
1 Through tlokeU to a.nd from all ,Poln,l4
In America, Kngland and Kurope pan be
purohajwd Ht any ilaket omoo oi this com?
" L.-.-I1 lnfr.imDtlnn rnnAArnlntf rates, time
- ,i,, ,u.u. ---"-.--"i- rLI.I . Ti.u.
gHAW & DpWNlNO, ABentt'
to tho town to seo tho fair, and being
at tho track when tho trot was about
coming off simple mindedly put n'
fow dollars on my roadster.
"Well, people literally climbed oyer
each other to get at mom. oub
all sorts of odds to grab A share of
thoir pelf. They got inreo v y
hen five to ono, and when tho borpes
were scoring as high as ten to ono.
Tr mlcht have seemed Btrango, if any
MytaJ I thought alxmt ; It at Jh.
time, how much money jljoy had
botai only students- and how ably
wing j ..p-pbodv's bet and
ScJupth;odds but all said it
wo JY.... Jnnh( nl mtrheadodness that
SdlThiW nrt so and quoted wiso
Sgs about 'a fool and his rnoppy'
3 'more money than brains1 and
fi.p,D ..,- i,va a cent UP. When
Sutherland brought tho horso Jpmo
.".!, mntch was on. bo didnt
How often you hear this
expression, nnd uie ex
planation that usually
follews: "Iain troubled
with dvspeosia." The
explanation is not far to
seek. In the past Lard
has been used as tlie prin
cipal shortening in all
pastry, the resultdys
pepsia. A lie uyaptyi".
need no lungci
If ysawast im DRES3 CHOt iwfc W
WUs, da't ft, $6 ( $8, try 17 $3, W JQ, W.M
tl Shoe. Tbsy t "l t "'"' ; V
ds ts by BitrtbMlnr W. t, wmpu ' n' r
erics lUmpei o tb b.Kem, hek for U wSm ygky
PIlOrKSSIONAL AND llUSlWESa OAKDS.
SSi In the supreme and clrculf court cf the
tiii.mon FOHO. Attorney at law, falein,
rSi.Ufl& upstair. In 1'atton bloyk
, on. Oflloe over llush't bant
TVbhaW M.W.HUM1' HI1AW4HUNT
J A toroeM at law. Offlco over Capital
Ka'tlonal bank. Halein, Oregon.
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST, LOUIS
1 .. it siiVtVi TPAR
after ino """ .,.., ,.it Ayn
to mo oven - "r
rnrseVand wasratberafraid pf tliem.
if ia nouj --
: 1.1 rn what was up. oueri
V it ttm value of tho boree as so-1
,lejfA0 would not bo harmed and
""m S Sve mo 1100 if bewpp
"SJ S anW told bim it was ,
friiwfar as I wan concerned, I
r "d Select himself and
be bellied now. but JJ JJJ,e tuat
DiBUt Jml to the horse, beeausa
..I knew of course tbat Urter
hmi,1vi or any ner w-"' ,iin or as I
iWWva furnish ww HfJS,, u,-,m fiAed up BpB
raamy pli o. aa. ". JiSna ftK- Iu. rairMI and
0waua ;;-. j .,
sneb like wer J- - near bopie
t1- an Trhfiv used to draw good
eral purses they xea 1 b
-toclc and 4bttV,y7ay. buttho
Beemcd to the -public T regular
fact was tnat -"- Uad it all to be worm u -r No
js eubstituted for lard n
.t,nr,rtvi ration of all food
It is copiposed strictly of !
hiclily relinea vegeiaw;c
Jil and beef suet. When
..eoA aa. a sllOrtell! 11 tT. it
produces wholesome aud
healthful pastry. Physi
cians and expert cooks
, - .1 VM.a .m ctADS u n i
s.? ""1 r."iL.TtL. h1Rdm. '
nv , i m " "- I
ot.l iiimw -
nNHAM: IOLMKA Attorneys at law
R "omciln u.h bloc, between BWteand
ourt, ou QominerUal sticet.
.1 iiiiieJ lon.midsa'.d prm..Pti reniltlwJ,
Soipffr buSS, "eS HtafP and1 Cominerc'.l
VtXa -Klirii. Ornr in. MJf'r .
1 DAYS to
WO.KNIOHTON-A cbltect and u.rln.
lenVent oniee, ro.ms a and Sjtu.h
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lb, ".'-.;"" ..ul.L'i,!..
:. r..,, mm in Oregon, over ui
Itsj aMV m -
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at rlde. lo "! atreU 1
rornUitl.m and a to iP '.
I tlou from
Through Piilljnan nd Tpurlit Sleeper, Ffee
Reclining Qlf Can, Dining Qn.
H. II ". Ot.;K, lllafiBivprf
V or rate and general Infonnallon callus
'i WasHldgton tfu. WrJ4
The London Institute !
719 Market St,, San Francltco
WILL VISIT HAUKir,
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
December 9th and 10th
sod can bo consulted
JPIIEJS OF OJTA.RGMt
$1.00 Trial Bottle
$5.00 Full CuwrM)
Hemtmber that all
Are tret led wllhtho greatest u"t"?,1J!ii
nil curable diseases In either sex aroUlMlCJJ
KiliLiKK. No inourabie cases undertalrtsi.
Catarrh, Broni'liUls, KpllcPHy, PH",
ual Weaknrttf, Ner
And oil othr, diseases otanriyat or
1'ompllcntetl.pamre ro rosvun iJwr:
ty by tho doclore of Ihlalnstltute, Md
are Uierefore treated with unlforsS tm-
A Friendly Talk rasy Bavo You Yjwrs
of Buttering and Porhupn Your Llwf
It stand" to reason that tjiow pbyrt
clans who devote tholr whole tlaat to
llio study of aud practice on a aptl
lids or dhM's are certainly more afc 111
fu In the treslmqpt of tho allwaata
than those doctw who untkrlai Ui
n ... hkii.a 'iVunlicR thin Thonrei-
Icolly. The Great Hutuns of Our Ipll
iqte rrovre it. rrnviriii'vyn "
Cull on tlio Doctors for JFre
Consultation and Advice,
1 ' $5 OP FUlL-CQUpSE
EEMEMBEU Tilt DATES
Dec, 9 and 10.
IcucltM l mU by i
rudj ealy by
.11 HiiiwNrL U V; Hbyiclu mid nur.
4 agSJn?T.mr., Murphy blo.ki re4lfltnc,
i5,' o'oraereUl strest.
- '. .' . Ul.l. .trAjl
.. .. u.if'ril IL.H1I.L. WA BMW .w
ll.ru n"i 'xzv.uIa (.nod opera.
Rjiein. ureun. riv7 r.k:
lions a special
one of every deCTP0
. l-n. mrmstt tLM
W inu. and supertnleorti-nr vt all
VLU o?"ul"dlogs. 'orBoa -JM O0.OH..ich.i
719 Market Street'San Franclteft, Cfci j
TT7t w York lUkcet d, on flrt
Xois-- -- ituoiasr
Hates, $2.50 to $5,00 jcr Day
tu table ere served with th
tW.r.rr "iWA., I A j WAGNER, Prop.
OLlNGBpl & RJGPON,
Undertakers ail Mtimn.
QOKH Of VnjiaANH.-HamjC.ropo.
rt t Hoosol Vtleian. .U. ",, ,, n v
Court Mreet, DmhmH N "
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