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I ALL HAIL PE-RU-NA.
H Casfcf STOMACH CATARRH. I Miss Mary O'Hrien, 800 Myrtle Ave, Iiroolclyn, N. Y., writes : i "Peruna cured me In Ire necks 9 of catarrh ot the stomach, after Jm ' BUfforiuir fur four yrnra nnd doctor- 11 Inif without pffcut. In common with Itl otliur grateful ones who luivo been mm iM'tiulltril bv your discovery. I buv. All hall to Peruna." ' H Mr. II. J. Ueniu-iniiM, Oakland, Neb., mites: "I waited before writing to you about inv sleltnoss, eiitnrrli of the stum cb, vt hli-h I had over u year ago. "There wcro pcoplo who told inu it would not ritay cured, but I am nuru H that I ntn cured, for I do not feel any H more ill cirectH, have noodtiprM-tlto and H am tjcttlntf f:t- Ho I niu, and will bay to all, I am cured for Rood. I "I thanUyou for your kindness. "Peruna will be our house medicine hereatter." I Catarrh of the Ktonmch Is also known In common piirlnuco as dyspepsia, jra I Jg trills and Indigestion. No inedlcliiu will mmaaaamW be of any permanent benellt except 1 LLLLW removes the cnturrlial condition. L Oaincd Strength and Flesh. B Miss Julia lhitlrr, U. It. 4, Applcton, LLLLw Wis., writes sliu had rntarrh of the LLLK Ktomuch, wiunl nif loss of sleep and npjc- LjLjM titc, with frequrtit severe- paint) after eating. Shu took l'crnua, her nppetlta B , returned, she (ruined strength, flesh and LLLm perfect LLLW Tom Ochiltree's Moon. LLw After Tom Ochiltree, that nblo con- jKm gross raconteur and laimh generator T for tho umictcd rich, settled In WeV L York as tho amuscr of tho John V. I Mackay family, ho effervesced In a I thousand different directions, and was I as good In soino ways as Bam Ward. I Ono night ho escorted John Mackay's k friend, tho Count do IUscout, down to A the nnttory to show tho slRht of Now -fLLLK York. Tho moon was grand, and tho ffeount went Into raptures as "her Mldcn reflection rippled over the Hrriqprators." Ho "Ect isi Hi grandl Ect Is grand! Dair lis no LLL-9 such moon In Italy!" "Count," llllwLXW said Ochlltrco, solemnly, as befitted LXl tho occasion, "you Just ought to sot L tho moon In Texas!" How's This? Wa offer Ona Hundred Dollara Raward for u? eaaa of Catarrn Ititi cannot ba curea by llaira CalarrtiCure. f F.J.CHKXKrCO.,TolJo.O. I We, tba underaltned. nava knuwa K. J. Ctieofy f for tba lut IS rar, ami bcll.te blia perfectly bon- I ortble la ll bualntaa traniaclluna and financial! .A able to carry out any obllgatlona made by bUflrui. Waliunii Kikxav A Mabtix, Wboleiale llrugglila, Toledo, O. f tWm. HaU'e Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, arUna JjmW direct) upon the blond and mucoue aurfaceeof the InH eriteu. TeitlinunlaUieiit free, i'rlce 73 ceuta pet In eH bottle. Hold lir all Hruilli. ffJB Take Hall'a Family l'llle fur conatlpatlon. V Oldest Congregational church. I Tho Pilgrim Congregational church, I near London, founded In 1C1C, Is the I oldest of tho denomination in tbo em- I plro, and It was from it that tho Lon- I don contingent of tho men of tho I A Mayflower was recruited. I Shake Into Your Shoes I Alkn'e Foot-Kane. tcureti.iinful,wollen, I I rnuirtiiiK, eat!iiK frt-t. MaUra new cliooe 1 fany. Sold by all I)riiupf t and Shoe Rtnr. I Don't artriitRiiy aubntitutr SaniiloKltKK. I i Addri'i'ii A. K. Olumtrd, I a" Hoy, N. Y. I In this world evco' mountain-top of I prlvllego Is girdled by tho vales of I simplo duty. II. Van Dyko. H Mre. Wlnalow'e Snuthlna; Mrrap. I For cblMrt a teetblnt, eofUDe tbe guro, reduree bv I StnKlloo,aUjipla,curUdlkj, 'abwua I If tlmo Is money you can't accuse a I lazy man of being stingy. ! & To eonvlnae sny I pnrroiMi that ihi- I LW AntlpHo Hilt e B Unprore lur Ix-fllth LaasiM ul do all wo claim 1 "lorn, 0 Wi 1 lend her ainolutrlT tree a lares trial 1 box ol I'aitlne with book ol lmtruo- ,1 tlons and grnutns teitlmontaU. bend jMti i your naue and tvUdrrii ou a puttal curd. r PAXTINEH fectlons, such ss naal catarrh, initio emnli amt InrUmmMlon cauaed It leml- nine IIIi Jorn tyct. aora tliroat and mouth, by direct local Irtatroent . It cur- atUe power over tliew troubles ll extra- , ordinary and gltra Immediate relief. Thouaands ot women are uilng and reo- omiuendloc it every day., to ctnti at . drucKlataorbrmall. Itetnemtx-r.honeTrr, IT )KTH YOU NOTII INfi TO Tit Y IT. THIS JU VAX1US CO., lloatou, SIftaa. ,tL mmtmmmmmmammBommmmmmmmmmmm NORTHWEST NOTES August Kromcrl, of Thcrmopolls, Wyo., will probably dlo as tho result of being kicked by a horso. Tho horso kicked him nquart In the forehead, crushing his skull. After 8pundlug thirty hours at tho bottom of a shaft In I.eadvlllc, down Ahlch he had fallen, Thomas Lewis was rescued by men who heard his faint cries for help. David Dose, a blind man, 45 years )f age, committed Hillside at Laramlo iy shooting himself with a small rifle, 'to had grown despondent over tho loss of his sight and decided to tako his lire. Andrew Ilurrcll, the millionaire Ne vada stock lalser, who It, said to have been the Inrgest taxpayer in tho state with the exception of the Southern Pacific railroad, died August 25 In Palo Alto, Cal. Mrs. K. I. Ilnumgnrtnnr. of Portland, ran down and seriously Injured 1C. II. Evans, an employe of tho Western Union In Seattle, with un nutomoblla last week MrH. Uaumgnrtncr was ar rested mid (lied a J 1.500 bond. Charles Iliilley, a teamster of Port land, shot and killed his wife and her 12-yenr-old daughter. H'.'odn Hradley. Ualley then shot himself to death. Mr nnd Mrs Dalle)'' hun not been living together mid she tins b"en supporting herself and daughter by working in a laundry Klro destroyed the ham of the City Day Scavenger company In Spokane, and twenty-two head of horses were cremated. Only four bend of horset owned by tho company escaped, nnd they wcro out nt work. Thirty tons ol hay wns also burned and loss Is estl mated at $10,000, with about $2,000 in Htirntice. Hobcrt Hennessey Is In jail at Trln Idad, Colo,, charged with fatally shoot ing Frank I'rlce, a 10-year-old boy, at Delagua. It Is alleged that Hennessey tpinrreled with a woman, procured a rillu and attempted to snoot ner as sho ran from tho house, but the bul let Intended for her struck her brother. Dcsplto tho fact that Montana' wool production shows n falling off ol 5,000,000 poutulu ns compared with the preceding yenr, this state still holds It; prostlgo ns tho banner end of the na tion. Agnln, because of better prices, duo to Improved quality, tho net re sults wcro far moro satisfactory than last yenr. Dr. Perry Crosswnlt was probably fatally Injured whllo alighting from a street car in Tncoma, Au operation at tbo hospltnl disclosed a blood clot nnd recovery is doubtful. Tbo doctor wns for many years In Portland, Ore, afterwards in Dos Moines, la., coming to Tncoma last May. Ho is about 71 years of age. Ono of tho most poonllnr criminal cases over recorded In Montana was up for trial In Miles City last week. Tho caso Is that of tho state against Charles Walters. Tho dofendant is held on a chargo ot forgery, which ho preferred ngnlnst hlmtclf. Walters forged tho nnmo ot his employer to a chock for $15. In a Btrugglo with a thief In a room in Seattle, Detectlvo Leo A. Darbee shot and killed his adversary. Par boo was about to search tho man on suspicion of his having robbed a room of samples belonging to a traveling man when thu stronger objected and pulled u gun. Tho two men engaged In a hand-to-hand fight. Tho bank of Auburn, Wash., was robbed ono night last week, tho rob bers securing $5,200. Tho bank build ing was entered by soma ono possess ing a pass-key nnd tho safo was opened by some ono either In tho pos session of tho combination or an ex pert knowiedgo of opening safes, for no violence wns attempted. Tho second nnnunl meeting of tho Montana Woolgrowors' association will bo held In Helena, October 2, 3 and 4. Several questions ot grcnt Importance will come up for consideration. Among them will bo tho forest reservo ques tion, tho policy of tho government on the public land question, the changing rondltlons In tho Industry, and others. John Ileatty, ono of tho oldest and best known commercial travelers in the west, died nt Hutto, Mont,, from tho effects of carbolic ncld, apparently taken In a fit of donondcncy over fnlluro to secure work in liU lino of business, Mr Ileatty had been In poor health and practically hnd been out of employment for tho past four years. Suffering from a prcssuro on tho brain caused from a fractured skull received In tho United Steamship Hen nlngton disaster, off tho coast of Cal ifornia, moro than a yoar ago, William II. McDonald, an ex-naval ofllcur of Newport News, Virginia, was picked up on tho streets of Colorado Spring, nnd is In a hospital In a serious con dition. Tho notion brought jeccntly by T S. Tallaforro of Hock Springs, Wyo. to tost tho validity of coal land with drawals by President ltoosevelt Is to bo appealed to Secretary Garfield of tho Interior department and, should Secretary Gnrfleld sustain tho legality I of tho executivo ordor, mandamus pro ceedings to compel tho genoral land nmro to accept filings ou land with drawn by the president will bo Insti tuted. Abhorring burial In a grave ovor which a monument would never bo erected and on which flowers would never bloom, Andrew Ilusscll ot Wndsworth, Nevada, who died a few days ago, made a deed turning over all his possessions to J O. Gregory, who In return for tho riches, agreed to carry nut tho wUhes of tho dylug man C H McKlnnon, brother-in-law ol Charles Haywood, has been elected president of tho minors' union of Gold field, defeating John Itcuch. Tho an nouncement came as a surprise, Mc Klnnon Is known as a radical Socialist. NEAVS SUMMARY Joseph L. Urlskey brake his nock at Snvanah, Ga by diving Into shal low water. V. D. Haywood, socretnry of tho Western Federation of Minors, was the prlnclpnl speaker at tho Labor day picnic nt Omaha. Thoro aro no signs of abatement In tho smallpox epidemic nt Vlennn. Du ring tho last few days 1CC.000 porsons Uaro been vaccinated. Ilulldlng construction in Havana Is at a standstill because ol i strike of masons, who have demanded tho pay ment of wages In American money. Six men were blown to pieces nt Ilos-tov-on-the-Don, Itussln, by tho acciden tal discharge of two bombs which they wcro carrying through tho streets. William II. Abercromble, formerly United States consul it l Nngnsakl, Ja pan, committed suicide by usphyxlatlon at his apartments In Washington, D. C. John J. Phillips, a prominent conl operator, wiib Bhot by n burglar nt his homo In Cleveland, Ohio, nnd died n few hours later. The murderer es caped. A heavy wind and rainstorm, with blinding electric Hashes, passed over Fort Gaines, On , causing much dam age to property, but no loss of llfn la reported. A political sensation wns caused In Pittsburg Inst week when tho grnnd Jury Indicted four prominent politi cians for participation In tho alleged tax receipt frauds. Tho finding of tho dead body of Jer ry Johnson, colored, vith flvo bullet holes piercing It, Is believed to bo tho sequel of nn attempt to assault Mrs. W. W. Kllard, at North lllrmliiBham, Ala. Mrs. Georgo P. Clifford, of Grand Forks, N. D. wns probably fatally In jured near Ashuy, Minn , by tho over turning of nn automobile In which sho nnd her husband wuro touring to St. Paul. King Kdwnrd has commissioned Mrs. IxjsIIo Cotton, n portrait painter of Now York, to paint his portrait. Two sittings already have been given and tho results so fnr aro most satisfac tory. Tho general land oltlco announces that tho total cash receipts from tho disposal of public land for tho fiscal year ended Juno 30 latt, were $8,494, 083, an Increase for tho year of $1,899,114. Moronto Chlco, matador, was caught on the horns of a bull in tho ring nt F.I Paso, Texas, and hoirlbly mnnglcd in thu presence of thousands of specta tors. It is believed his Injury will prove fntnl. Mrs. Louisa Hill Carubajat, wlfo of a former, nnd seven children, wcro drowned In a flood, resulting from heavy rains, In Alamo creek, Sierra county, Now Mexico. Tho flood caused damage estimated nt $00,000. General Pleasant Poitcr, tho noted chief of tho Creek Indian nntlon, died at Vlnlta, I. T., following ry stroke of paralyslB, aged CO jears. Second Chief Moty Tiger will Micceed General Porter as chief of the nation. Tho navy department hna decided to christen tho 20,000-ton battleship No. 29, a sister ship to tho Delaware, tho New York. Thlfi can lo effected by changing the in mo ot tho armored cruiser of that name to tho Saratoga. A wirelcbs outfit which tho pollco believe was used for transmitting race news to the pool rooms of Now York City, was Hefrod in n cottage near tho Shecptdicad Hay race truck on tho .Ird. Two men were arrested In tho apart ment Fifty persons nro said to have been burled nllvo by a vast nvalancho of snow that has rolled down the moun tain sldo and obliterated tho Chilean custom bouse at Juncnl This station Is on the Argentine fiontlcr, high up In the Andes, Ily tho explosion of a lamp In nn up stairs room, tho two young children ot Aaron Auderruin of Cowan Hollow, Pa., wer.o burned to death. Anderson and his aged father wcro helplessly HI and wero so badly burned Hint thoy, too, will probably dlo. Tho Koroan Insurgents nro abandon ing organized resistance to tho Jap anese They now destroy tho rail ways nnd telegraph Hues and murder unnimed Japanese, of whom they al ready have killed seventeen, shocking ly mutilating the bodies. A dlspntoh received in ParU from tho governor general of Indo-Chlnu declared that Thanh Thai, tho deposed king of Anunm, has abdicated in favor of his 8-year-old son, who now rules Annam with the aid of regents, con sisting of the counsels of ministers James Hollows McGregor, said to be the oldest Mason In the woild, com pleted his 100th yenr with n public re ception at Mount Sunnpce, N. Y., on tho Cth. Ho was born In 1801. Ills Joining of tho Masonic ordor In 1S27 makes him a member ol 80 years' standing. Twolvo porsons wero killed and twclvo others Injured In a wreck of an express train on the Heck Island rail road at NorrlB, la. Tho express train, which was north-bound, Jumpod the tracl-, and while going at full speed collided with a freight train standing on tho siding. For the first tlmo since the Inaugiira tlon of Labor day thu great parade ol thu unions wns omitted In Chicago. Several wcoka ago thu various orginl rations decided to abandon tho parad and dovoto to othor uses tho largi amount of monow which was former!) expended on tho paradr. Announcement Is made that William J Hryan will begin a tour of speech making In New York state In October under tho auspices of tho Now Vol It Progressive Democratic league Mr Hryan Is scheduled to make an addresi nt tly unveiling of tho Hennett statue U New Haveu on October 20. WORN TO A SKELETON. A Wonderful Restoration Cauted a Sensation In a Penmylvanla , Town. Mrs. Charles N. Prestou, ot Elkland, Pa., says: "Threo years ngo I found that my housework Swns becoming n bur had no ambition and was falling fast My complexion got yel low, nnd I lost over B0 pounds. My thirst was tertlble, nnd thero was sugar in tho kidney secretions. My doctor kept mo on a strict diet, but as his medicine was not helping me, I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. They helped mo nt once, and soon nil traces of sugar disappeared. I have regained my former weight nnd am perfectly well." Sold by all dcalrff. CO cents a box. Foster-MIlbum Co.JmtTalo N. Y JU8T A QIRg HINT. One Remedy ApPrancea Indicated Nobleman HoWNever Tried. The carl of Surroy, afterward elev enth duko of Norfolk, who was n no torious gourmand nnd hard drinker nnd n leading member ot tho Ileof Bleak club, was so far from cleanly In his person that Ids servants used to avail themselves of Ids fits of drunken nesswhich wcro pretty frequent, by tho way for tho purpose of wash ing him. On theso occasions they stripped him ns they would a corpse nnd performed tho needful ablutions. Ho was equally notorious for his horror ot clean linen. Ono day, on his complaining to Dudley North nt his club that ho had becomo a per fect martyr to rheumatism and tried every posslblo remedy without suc cess ,tho latter wittily replied: "Pray, my lord, did you ovor try a clean shirt?" A Horse's Good Fortune. A Bplrltuallst camo to our house somo tlmo ngo nnd clnlmed to bo nblo to locnto our loBfiTIciids If wo d Blrcd. We had nn old horse which wo had sold years ngo nnd my mother wnn'ted to know whero he wns. Moth er began: "We had n very good friend who nl ways did nil our work. Ho passed from us several years ago and the last wo heard ot him was that ho was in Lob Angolcs. I would like to know If ho is still living." Tho Bplrltuallst mndo certain mo tions and knocked on tho tnblo and then cold: "Your friend Is In Los Angeles nnd is married to a rich young woman." Judge. -""- Why Advertising Pays. "You will bo pressed for money oftcner becnuso joti havo no advertis ing bills to pay than bocauso you have," observes tho Huffnlo News. "Dig advertising bills and big bank balances grow, together, out ot tho samo publicity campaigns." Tho mer chant who holds down his expenao ac count by cutting out ndvortlslng saves money Just tho wny tho railroads would if thoy should stop buying coal for their ocomntlvos. Without coal tho wheels won't turn; without pub licity trndo comes toa BtnndB.tllL It pnys to throw silver out ot tho window that gold may coroo in at tho door. A Pardonable Fault. Dr. Kdwnrd Kvcrctt Halos discuss ing a rather finicky attack that had been mado on certain recent state ments, smiled and said: "Hut who or what la blamclesss? It Is like tho caoo of tho Scottish hen. An old Scottish woman wished to sell a hen to a neighbor. "'Hut tell me,' tho neighbor said, is sho a'thcglthcr a guld bird? Has sho got nao fauts, nao fauts at all?' '"Awoll, Margot,' tho other old woman admitted, 'sho has got ono fault. Sho will lay on tho Lord's day.' " FAMILY FOOD. Crlap, Toothsome and Requires No Cooking, A llttlo boy down In N. O, asked his mother to write an account ot how Grapo-Nuts food had ho! pod their fam ily. Sho says Grapo-Nuta wns first brought to her attention on a visit to Charlotto, whero sho vlaltod tho Mayor of that city who wns using tho food by tho advlco of his physician. Sho says: "Thoy derlvo so much good from It that they nover pass a day without UHln.-; It. Whllo I was thoro I used tho Food regularly. I gained nbout 15 pounds and felt so well that when I re turned homo I began using Grapo-Nuts In our fnmlly regularly. "My llttlo 18 months old baby short ly after bolng weaned was very ill with dyspepsia and teething. Sho wns sick nine weeks and wo tried every thing. Sho became so emaciated that It was painful to handlo her and wo thought wo wero going to lose her, Ono day a happy thought urged mo to try Grape-Nuts soaked In a llttlo worm milk "Well, It worked Hko a charm nnd she begun taking It regularly nnd Im provement set in at nnco. She is now getting well and round and fat as fast as K)sslblo on OrapoNuta. "Sometlmo ago several of tho family wore stricken with LaOrlppo at tho sumo tlmo, and during tho worst stages wo could not relish anything In tho sUtpo of food but Grape-Nuts nnd oranges, over) thing clo nauseated us. "Wo nil uppreclato what your fa mous food hag done for our family." "There's a Reason." Head "Tho Road to Wellvllle," In pkgs. v"yeaa i t 'iMtm. !&v IN THE SUPERLATIVE DEGREE. Little Son'a Explanation. Seemed to Cover the Caie. Llttlo son, aged soven, whoso train ing hns been ot tho most painstaking nnd conscientious, rather took away Ids mother's breath In describing tha dog's game ot ball. Ho ended with: "And, mother, Topsy caught tho ball In her mouth, and then Just ran Hko h !" "Llko what?" cried tho startled mother. "W'y, llko h . don't you know, mother?" Innocently. "No, I don't believe I do. Just how Is that, dear'" sho asked faintly. "Well, I don't know Jus' what it means, myself," he confessed, "but It's a wholo lot faster than ilckcty-splltl' " CASE OF ECZEMA IN SOUTH. Suffered Three Years Hands and Eye Moat Affected Now Well and Is Grateful to Cutlcura. "My wlfo wns taken badly with eczo ma for threo enrH, and she employed a doctor with no effect nt nil until sho employed Cutlcura Soap nnd OlnlmenL Ono of her hnntls nnd her left eyo wcro badly nffected, nnd when sho would stop using Cutlcura Soap nnd Ointment tho eczema came back, but very slightly, but It did her a sight of good. Then we used the entire Bet of Cutlcura Remedies and my wlfo Is en tirely recovered. She thanks Cutlcura very much and will leeommend It highly In our locality nnd In every nook and corner of our parish. I. M. Robert, Hydropolla, Ln Jan. 5 and Sept. 1, 190G." And occasionally n soft answer gen erates wrath. SICK HEADACHE I . -kw.a-aV,l',",'"vr' cured by H CARTERS ,i",",,?1r"': aaiBja TTirr ! filer Dt H BHj ITTL C IrfHafruni l)Mpeila, lit- llllfrn itlirrt!otiAiilTuoll&rt7 H M I y rR Kntlne; A l-rfct rm- H OM rj A rlr r Dlitlnron, Niu- VM MJBB Tiixlr In thr Mouth, Conl- H -JM Ihi.1. TOII Pit) 1.IVFII. -WM Tlirj- rrgitlate the llorl Purely Vrnrtitula. H SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. niryrrricl CiCllUttlO Must Bear H UAHICKO Fac-Similc Signature M ittie , ". M flYiS! ytr 1 REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. laBBWBBMWWt. H Mica Axle Grease Best lubricant for axles la the H world long wearing and very ad LWM bei'ive. LwM Makes a heary load draw like a H Htht one. Sares hdf tbe wear on H wagon and team, and Increases the LwM earning capacity of your outfit H I Ask your dealer for Ilea Axlt H I STANDARD Vrssl I B tccstii!feTj H nrrilMPF QTaRrU a'ttt work with ar4 H ULnnnuc. amnun airci,a. tioib.a mcv H W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 37, 1907 L SSPSTORIA I i-Kj rJwJ For Infanta nnd Chlldron. 61 CASTORM The Kind You Have I if HfLJ!H Always Bought I JjJUll Al.COIIOI, 3 :it IT..NT "i H faii& AVcCclnWc I'n-parnllon hV.Vs -, ,, 8 5'ia'!!iS'fcita.ani.wiii Bears the m I Eigjpg Signature AM I . Promotes Diftesttonhre rTuf nf faixXr I i nessamlfcstroiitalnswluo U l M L Opltmi.Morph.lnc norMkcnL fklllr J NotNaiicotic ; I Air I ( Jtofrtr-oJikswaimaB lir I S 'hL"'" i lA , JUSm 1 mLM I aH t &rJ ffJ Use I fti ApcrreellWmfdyrorComnni I l.lr www ilon.SourStotuacli.UUrrtoci I kf m g u Worms,Tmiusions.r'cwish JH tOf lllOP iwss nnd Loss or Sum'. JW iUI UfUl 3je5 . 2t ftcSinute Signature oT T I . If H isi Lfe Thrty Years I EgiT, CTTSrTntrnl umlrrtliel u , llll 111 I Eiact Copy of Wrapper. tHf ,,,. ,,,,, mtm ,0errT, H W. L. DOUGLAS A I $3.00 & $3.50 SHOES tVo'lo iri0HOE8 FOR EVERY MEMUEIt OP -ya, . mmr THE FAMILY. AT ALL PRI0E8. Aw. H at9fC nnniTonyontwhoamnpr9V0W.L. AW' Ik nettA,rmrM)mormMn'mS3A9U.nOmhom H.V. EM aTl ?' thmn any other mmnut moturor. mmWi r-em. lH TJIH IlKAWMiW U Douglai aluwa arnwuni liy miwe j-iU KIa , W M In all waUaof Ufa than anj othor inakn, la Iwraui-e i.l tlmlr VKSKj) rnmW M eieellrnt ljl. raaj-DltliiK, ami aurlnr raring qitalltlea. MWMmMmJ mMT iH The aeloetl'.ii of tha lmtlira an-l oilier mali-rlala luri-acli art WTVSB B ot tha ahM, aixl etrrr il'Ull ot tho inaklHK lalnokcl aflrr tir MmWANW bH tlin niuteoinplfltflorifanlt4tlnnof U-rrliilriMlriita forrmenana Wmuw M Iklllnl ahiutnialirra, olio rxrrlra tha hlghl it-- U1 In lh KaWmraT iB alio iivliilrr. ami whuw) wiirkiniiahlii-aiitiii lrirlnt yMMMT 1 Ulni'Hil ttkn toii lntmr larii" fartorieaHt HrnrkliMi.MaH . mrrT iH ami allow timi how -nrrttllj W I. loui(Uaaliiw-aarriii.ula, )ou ""' F oa aB woukl thru unilrrataml why Dior hoM Ihrlr hai Nt IwitUr, JwL. tjr W wrar lonvrraml r-.it wrAmt ralim than any .illirr Inaka "t&MW ibb My $-t Ollt rduo mnd SH Oolit tlond ttlioom a mn not bm maunl led mny nWot. CAUTION! Ilia, tfaaiiiilim liavn W It. iMuitlm iiaiiin anil rSrn Uni-nl on kullnui. Tako B No hultltiitr. A your ilrulnr for W. I Hiui-U. ahova If hi- i-aniint uii't you, aul mm direct Ui laftory hUooaxiiletarwhara tij malL CataloK Irne. W.I.Oouilaa. 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