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yvV'i'lvis pa arc? 1 , . J5ATLY EAST Orrr.ONT AW, rrXDt.rTOV, OttBflONVTTrRSDAY.-f.rAYgt, Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lost, Found, For'Rent, Etc., Classified for Easy Reference. eistojB-aajflre. eeisaitfeisns11 HuAydMitf aasttiaitoiisipx9 IsYBtfywwin iSff.'siinassisMTinfiiinaw ?' 4"BiflrtBhi",irf' NEW TODAY NOTICE r Gordon's l'ressery Hub cloned. CustotnVrs kindly request ed to cull fur clothes before first of June.' f. A. Gordon. -.' WANTED Woman for -general ..housework. No washing or Ironing. Uood wage.' Inquire 14 K this office. WOMASj WANTS position as cook (on . ranch. Inquire 07'E. .Webb. WANTED Young girl to lie com panlon for woman and small chili). Inquire 121 Stonewall Jackson. - t Legals For Sale Von SAIBFresh butter and butter milk. Jersey Dairy. Phone im WA.NTEOr Large slxed second hand trunk 'hone 2061, , , .,., ax n.NKieiTpTci-. 1 In the District Oourt of the United Mate Tor the lttstrtct -Oregon. In the matter of the Blewett Har , vester Company, a Corporation, of Pendleton, In the County of Umatilla, and district aforesaid, Bankrupt, v vester Company, a Corporation, a Bankrupt. - To the creditors of The Blewett Harvester Company, . a Corporation, of Pendlton, In the County -at Uma tilla, and district aforesaid, Bankrupt. Notice Is hereby given that on the 18th day of May, A. D. 1818, the said; The Blewett Hurvester Comonny. ' Corporation, was duly adjudicated Bankrupt, and that the first meeting of his creditors -will be held at the of' flee of the undersigned Keferee in Bankruptcy In Pendleton, Oregon, on JiineWl, ltlt), at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at which time and place the creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the Hankrupt, and transact such other business as may como before the said meeting. " . . ... Done and dated at l'nnilleton. Ore. n, this 20th day or May, A. D. .1. THOU FIT-G K It ALD, Keferee In Bankruptcy. Notion of Bids for bewer Construction Notioo Is hereby given that sealed bids will' be received at the City Be order's office In the City of Pendleton up to 6 o'clock p. m. on May 29th, 1H18. for the construction of a sewer on Grant street north of Jackson street. In the City of Pendleton, in(U- cordance with the plans and specif I cations for said sewer1 prepared' by Geary. Klmbrell, city surveyor,' nd rtew, on tile In theoffios of the City Recorder In the city or Fenuieton, Oregon- ' ' ' ' 1 The Common Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated this 10th o( May, 1618, ' ' THOS: ViTZ -BItAU3. - - city Reoorder. FOR BALE Oqk wood stove and one four burner gn-stove. Inquire' 417 Garfleldi or jihone 890 J. For Rent FURNISHED APT. Hamilton Court. Kotkte of Paymont f City of Pcndle ' ton Improvement Bonds. Notice is hereby nlven that City of Pendleton Improvement Bonds Nos. 7, Series O. 1. Series Y, and ,17, and 20, "Series Z, will be paid :upon presentation thereof to the undersign ed at tlit American National Bank Pendleton, Umatilla County. Oregon Interest on said bonds ceases June 1, 11? Dated May 16. 118. L(BB MOORHOUSE. Treasurer, City of Pendleton. By Wm. Mlckclsen. Deputy. Used Cars 1 Wlti, TRADE my Chevrolet for your Ford. See Miller. 72a Cotton woo. . i . Auto Hire. D. B. Waffle, touring, Charles Co phone 7. city trips. Xotloo of Bids t&e l'lro Hofco- Xotlco is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the office ol the City Recx.rder In Pendleton, Ore gun, up to s o'clock -p. ra. on the ctth day of May, 11, for burnishing to the City of Pendleton one thousand feet standard brand ot 2 1-2 'Inch fire tlume with couplings complete F. O. B. Pendleton, Oregon; delivery to be made prior to July 1st, 1918. ' . The Common Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated this 16th day of May, 1918. THOS. F1TZ GERALD, - . City Recorder. HOUSEKEEPING ROOM3, 601 Clay, FOR RENT Furnished room. Phone - 79W. , : -. FOR REN'T 5-room hose, Byera Park on Gear St. Phone 644. ,'j SLEEPING and housekeeping rooms at 608 Willow street. FOR RENT Sewing -machines of all makes. $1.00 per -week. 3.00 per month. McClIntock and Simpson, 60S TB. Court. FOR RENT 1-2 room unfurnished apartment In steam heated build ing.- Apply tills office ., FOR RENT 2 room modern Apt. Phone; 28SRv V fFOR RENT One large outside' un furnished rodm suitable for light housekeeping. Phone 260R.. FOR RENT Furnished Apt. on north side. Phone )48W.. , . For Sale FOH SALE 1H17 Hupmoblle, also Chevrolet. ' Both thoroughly over hauled. Snaps- McLean Auto Co.. WICKER BABT carriage for Call 776 J. , sale. FOR SALE One 1 foot Holt Corn tine with Atlas engine. Write R. J. Campbell, Box (Mi 6, Pendleton. FOR SALE Wheat nay. Pendleton, Ore. ' D- B. BelL REGISTERED Poland Big type either sex. Swaggart, -Athena, Ore. China Pigs. I2B.O0 A. L, FOR SALE 820 acres good. land. part tillable. 60 acres now In grain,, Address' 9 M, care this office. . FOR SALE NEW and second hand Sewing Machines. Singer, White. New Home and The Free- Machine, MoCllntvck Simpson, 400 E. Court. Wanted WANTED Oood, clean rags, at The East Oregonlan otfloe. -,, WANTED-rSewing, phone 482-W. WANTED At head calves. 10 once, pasture for Wrlta Jmmeo Rilt. Helix, Ore,, or phone 78. ' - WANTED Waitresses at The Quelle Cafe. .,..: WANTED Piano to rent- .Phone 729 WANTED 4or 6 room furnished house. Phone Doak Dunlup, , at Alexander's 'Grocery. WANTED Immediately a cook for the Umatilla Indian School Club- Phone 9F2. . . , FOR SALE Holt caterpillar tractor and Holt Caterpillar Harvester. Will sell both or tractor separately. Write owner, T- ir. Thiel, Route 1, Box 79, Lewlston, Idaho, , FOR RENT 2-room apartment. 211 Garden.. Phone 207-R. FOR SALE A No. 1 second hand sacks at 20 cents. I'hcne E6L FOR RENT 2 rcom furnished house. 620 Cosble. . , FOR RENT 2 sleeping rooms, ladies preferred. Call evenlnas. 320 WI1 low. FOR. RENT (-room furnishwl house Inquire F. K. King. Ml West Court street. s Contractors and Builders. Chiropractor DR. LORETTA H- STARBA, Chlro- practor, 108 West Webb St. Room 10. Office hours 9 to H a. m. 1:80 to llt.rn. Examination free. Phone 688. Second-Hand Dealers V. STROitm, dealer In and eeo- ona hand aoods. casa naia tor eeo- w4 band goods. Cheapest plaee to buy lousehold aoods. III! fci. court, rooni 871W. , C 8WANSON A K. R. DuPuls. Esti mates given free. All work guar anteed. We build anything, city oi country work. Phone 243M. TtMH CARD.r Westoik Pendleton Aoto Stage Weston for Pendleton at 7:et a. m. and 12:48 p. m. Learee Athena for Pendleton at 8:00 a. m. and 1:00 p. m. Leaves Adams for Pendleton at 1:20 a. nu and 1:20 p. m. ' Leave Pendleton . (Allen-Knight Store) for Weston at 10 a. m, and 4:00 n, m. SAM HA WORTH, Drlvsr. FOR SALE Twin cylinder , Excelsior Motorcycle, electrically equipped. In good condition. Has tandem attach ment. Run about 3 thousand miles. Inquire Standard 'OH Co. Phone 44L . , FOR SALE Remington automatic shot gun. . Call O. K. Barber shop, Pendleton FOR SALE Five room modern limine with basement. Will sell at reason able price. Phone 661. FOR SALE Criiette Shop In Walla ' Walla doing Immenne business both wholesale and' retail In and out of town. Ownerihysically unable to keep up the ounlncss. Telegraph, write or call Crlspette Shop, 216 East Main street, Walla Walla, Wash. PORTLAND FAMILY wants experi enced girl; must understand cook; Ing; some housework, small family, no lauhdry, good 'wages, fare paid.' Ad dress with references, F. A. Spencer, 64 Front Street, Portland, Oregon." WANTED Stenographer with book keeping- experience. . .Address "C this office In own hand writing. -- - WANTED Night clerk at George. !....-,-.. Hotel St. WANTED Woman' . 406. ' ' ' to sew. Phone WANTED Business girl or; teacher '' to share an apartment, lieferences exchanged. Address 12 A this office. WANTED--On doz. ducW esfe for ' setting. Henry SDeck, Bond Bros. Miscellaneous I BUT ALL. KINDS of junk at top prices. Iran and sacks a specialty. Pacific Junk Co., J. 8. Jones, prop.. (17 Cottonwood street. WHOLEMILK. 83.25 per qC Hoover- Ize, buy W. S. S., Invest your mon ey In U. S. Liberty Bonds-- Use milk as a substitute, and phone S44J for whole milk. . WILL SELL or trade one 18-foot ' combine with Holt motor. E. J. King, Helix. FOR SALE Grand piano, a neatitlftfl instrument. Inquire J. Te 'Wilde. American Nail Bank, Pendleton, -Ore, The best job you will ever get will com to you through a want ad. MTH ANNUAL REUNION of Uma tilla County Pioneers, Weston, Ore., June 7th and 8th. Patriotic program. W. B- KEYS has moved his transfer stand, to Hennlng's Cigar Store. Phone LADY WISHES all kinds of sweaters to knit. .Price reasonable. Address 13W this office. Farm Implements THE "NON-SKIP" "weeder eU the weed the first time over the field. Save one-third, the time and doe lot better work. Order now, Pendleton Weeder works. (22 CotUn wood St. Notices fJe, Notice of Bids to Furnish Coal. Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the office of the City Recorder at the City Hall In Pendleton, Oregon, up to B o'clock p. m. ort May 29th, 1918, for th fur nishing to tlrt City of Pendleton; F. O. B. the City Hall of one or more cars of Rock Spring lump coal, to be delivered In- such quantities and at such times as the Common Coun cil may direct. This notice ts published by order of the Common Council and dated this 13th day of May, 1918. THOS. FITZ GERALD, ; crty Recorder. Farm Land For Sale FOR SALE 27S acre of choice wheat land near Weston, land Ilea m gentle slop and bast of- tractor land, half In crop thl year. Owner get possession thl fall. IJric 01(0 or acre with term. Corbetf Reality First- v Alder St., Walla Walla, Wash, 0 8-4 ACRES for cash, two mile from Touchet. o acre in alfalfa, soon be ready for the sickle, a bumper crop; come and see for yourself. Small house, good cistern. F. Ir Doutbat. Touchet, Wash. - ' Auctioneers COL. W. F. YOHNKA. AnetlonMf, makes a specialty of farmers' et'x-lf end machiaerv salsa. The roan ut gets yon the money." Lear order at East Orseoalaa Office, . - Architect Draymen CALL I'fcJNLAND BROS.' VAN to move your household good. Tele phone 829. Also baggage transfer ring and heavy hauling. W. A. MILES, baggage, transfer and d ravage. Office phone 040. ' Rea, 749R. Legate IN POUND. The following described animal has been taken up by the marshal of the City of Pendleton, towltr One Iron grey horse, five years old, weight about 850 lbs., branded cross on right side, question mark on left jaw, fresh wire mark on left hind leg. . . . , If said animal Is not claimed by the owners-or those entitled- to -Its -posses sion, cost and expenses paid and tak en away wilhjh len days from the date hereof, then at 2 o'clock p. m. of the 31st day of May, 1918, the said animal will bo sold to the hlgnest bidder.- at public auction, for cash, at the City Pound, in" said City of Pendleton, he proceeds' of such sale to be applied to the payment of such costs and ex penses of making sale. - - ' - - Dated this 20th day of May, 1918. , AL ROBEiRTS. ; City Marshal- The month tn which yon print and answer the most want ads will be your "good-fortune" month. RAYMOND' W. HATCH, Architect. I' Spain building. Phone 1(0, Pendle ton, OMfoa. Cleaners HAVE your oiothee -cleaned or pressed Rudd's 200 W. Webb. Phone ((. Attorneys FRED EL SCHMIDT, Attorney at hmw. Room 14, Smith -Crawford Bid-, - FRANK DAVIS, Attorney at Law. Of flee Smtta-Crawford Building. D. w. BAILEY. Attorney at I Room 7. 0, 9, Despain Building. OBORGB W. COBTIft Attorney -Uw.. Room 17,- Bckuidt block. CART Si Bt A SMYTH EL. Attorney at lw. Office In rear of American m tlonaf Bank Building. , FEB ft FEB. Attorney at Law. Offto) IB Dvapaln BuUdituc., . . R. I. KBATOR, Attoraer at Law. Roon 24. Smith-Crawford Building. 8. A. NEWBERRY, Attorney Bmitn-craw,rora uuiiaing. at Law. PETERSON A BISHOP, Attorneys at Law. Room 1 and 4. Smith-Craw ford Building. JAM 8 B. PERRY, Attorney at Law. Office over Taylor Hardware Com pany. RALEY. A RALE T. Attorney at Lew. Office .In American National Bank Building-. - - . A. LOWELL Attorney and Connset lor a law. Office la. Dasnala Kiaeh JOB PRINTING at the East Orego nlan offloe. ' When a man sits around and sights fr-something to do for his country and forgets to buy liberty bonds there Is something wrong. with his co-ordination, to put It lightly. , S!CK HEADACHE Dr. Jamea' Ee&dachs Powderi re lievo at mco 10 cent a ' pac'tago.. . Ton take a Dr. James' Headache Powder and in just a few moments your head dears and all neuralgia sad dletrees vanishes. It's the quk-kest and surest relief for headaeke, whether dull, throbbing, splitting or nerre rsokraff. rnd someone t- the drag; store and get a dime package now. Quit suffering it's so needless. P Be nurt TOU Dr. Jnraw', iloerfncbe Powders tben Uier will be no disappointment. !II(IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1I(I1IIIIIIIIIIU1' 3 a 3 Quality Is Lacking in Open Market Supply At NoHh Portland For the Lover of Good Things - iviinAirs I C ANDIES I POROTLAND, May 21. That Be attle packers are not aiding the gov ernment In conserving, freight curs and that the Pacific northwest live stock Industry Is not supported. Is In dicated by the continued liberal ship ment of hogs being made from North Dakota, while a big bunch of sheep was loaded from the same territory during the last 24 hours. Just why It Is necessary for Seattle Interests to se cure middle west hogs and -wtheep when Portland packers get their re quirements at home is a mystery to the trade In general. Considering the quality of average arrivals of llvestoca at North Port land over Sunday, there was a steady tone generally for supplies- Slight In crease In offerings of hogs was shown as compared with last Monday but sales were made around former val ues as far as nuallty was concerned. General hog range: ITlme mixed ......... $17.6017.0 Medium mixed 17.10i 17.88 Rough heavy .- 10.1AW1S2S Pigs 14. 00 15.60- Montana Cuttle fur l'ackcrs. Several loads of Montana cattle s oame -oireet to 4ecai ihwkbt.. jiui. ina All g . total run at North Portland for the 2 i n iitwrnrv wmm ..v t w a. 7- -", ! expected. ' ' S Littlo real .good quality was otrer ..jed on the open market during the " monifiiff and nriccs in aeneral at the "gf start were considered steady. 1 Dencral cattle range: T Prime steers 14.0() 14.60 j S tlood to choice. steers. IS. 00 14.00 j 2 iieaiiira w K'ou Biwn.... i J r-- t .,ll,in iliwri. . I.IiIH S.S0 ' Common to fair steers.. 8.00W 9-00 Choice cows and heifers 10.5012.0V Medium to good cows and Amusements What the press agents saj; about Jrendieton s pres ent and coming attractions. Tlio World Contributra to Uie Barues , , ., Show Kxl.Jb.tM. Seekers of the ujt usual In sawdust circles will find many new thrills in the Al G. Barne circus, coming- to Pendleton on May 2S. Bamen circus nitty well be called the Melting Pot of the animal world, for here, as In no other show, we see animals from every part of the glAhe and of every species, doing: Intricate circus feats. Over 10S distinct features are pre sented In the two-hour program by the 1300 wild and domestic animal ac tor A great steel-barred arena tn the center of the Immense water-proof canvas, acts as a stage for the dan gerous animal acts. Here lions, pu mas, tigers, leopards? and bears go through the most daring and startling acts, riding galloping horses, leaping through hoops f fire, doing pictur esque posing, wrestling and boxing with pretty girl adversaries. In the sawdust ring on either side of the arena, anltimle of milder habits do their bit. Monkeys, horses, llamas zebras, 'camels, elephants, hyenas, ostriches and kangaroos, are each seen In elaborate and masterful circus feats- AI O- Barnes has given many years to the careful and Individual study of every animal in his mammoth assem blage and that same individual train-, lng or rother schooling has been the means of developing animals of most un tractable, disposition Into unusual entertainers. Presenting a field of study of animals that can be had no where Mho In the world. This Is the prime reason why the schools everywhere should take ad- ; free to every patron of the afternoon show and those appearing at the main tent promptly at 1 p. in., when the doors open, T-ill be given & very thor ough lecture on how and why Mr. Karnes has ac&ieved so much In the mastery of the animal world- The an. Imals are there for close Inspection, the program clearly demonstrates what proper understanding of animal characters' and clear Instruction can do in developing-the thinking facul ties of heretofore thought to be In tuitive impulses of the wold animal world. Jl two-mile long street parade at 10:30 a m. poors open at 1 and 2 p. m. . HOUSEHOLD Sonic Main IM-ncs for lmcheoa. filch Will Yon Hare? vantage of Barnes. circus day and that .-Baker Hominy--and -cheeset personally conducted trip through thw I Cottage Cheese and N'nt Roast, great canvas Jungle for their special ) . tta knd P-anut Ioaf. 'benefit every afternoon. This trip Is Potatoes Scalloped with Cheese. DOINGS OF THE DUFFS TOM IS A VERY ACCOMMODATING HUSBAND I ARE THE BEST I heifers Fair to medium cows 9 - netien, f Conner Utills S I Calves , 3 Take a Box Home With ; feeder I . You. ?. coo oo and 6. Son 7.50 3.50M S.bu S.S0 8.50 . . 8.50 HI 8.00 ... 8.0010.0( .Mnre Mutton Is Arriving. It was a liberal showing of mutton nnd lamlm at North Portland that greeted the trade at the week's open ing. Total offerings were 11 head compered with 670 head last Monday: Indicating a greater run being started fmm the cetMKry- 3 Leading Drugjfina. Trade conditions were just aooui a . S slon.lv at the fortner sheen range. 3 We advertise and offer War Sav. - , Genwa ,hoo rttnge: . East of mountain lambs $18 00 f 17 00 Valley lambs i.00rl.S0 Yearlings U.SOiU.OO Wether 11.60H O0 Tallman & Co. Tjoadlne; Drnorlsla. 3 logs Stamp for sale with every S g pnrcliavB. E; j3 . - - ' riiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiHiiiiiiiiiniiiiniuir r BETTER AND . SOFTER LIGHT I assured by the use of some of these beautiful fixture of mi. Tha. -Iv- ll,K . I) himtnatM tHa. mam MrfvHf.? but that doe not tire or atraia S tn eyes, rtity sre not eipea st.s oonsltisrlng their extra ef ficiency and srtra beanty. Why not ax least ee them T J. L. VAUGHAN ; A IPP Ifj jie".-. look Xno j WJ. : "Uoaw teiIf j m m ' ii ' i,... I .i.ii., -nn.--,-.,.r. ..,., i-r-.- ... J . ., .. .',. -. Com meal Scrapple. ' Cornmeal Polenta Mean' Ijoaf with Tomato Sauce. -: Corn Custart. ; Cheese. Souffle. ' Hlce with Tomatoes. Stuffed Baked Potatoes. Stuffed Baker Potatoes. Baked Soy Beans. ' Baker Hominy and Fish Cottage Cheese Loaf. Cottage Cheese and Xnt looaf. 2 cups cottage cheese. 'l dup chopped nuts. 1 cup cold left-oxer cereal. 1 cup dry cornbread crumbs. . tablespoons chopped on km. . Or 1-2 teaspoon onion juice. v 1 tablespoon fat. Salt and pepper. ' ' ' 1-1 teaspoon soda or more to neu trailze acid. Poultry seasoning o( mixed herbs. Worcestershire sauce or kitchen bouquet If desired. Mix all Ingredients together thor oughly and bake in a greased pan in a hot oven 'till ton and sides are well browned over. .- Turn, out on a Rot platter. Serve with a brown or to mato sauce if desired- a Potato and Peanut I.oo f . 1 cup ra ashed potatoes. 1 cup peanut butter. , 4 egg. - , 3 tablespoons finely chopped parsley. teaspoons salt. k 2 teaspoons grated onion. 1-2 teaspoon grated nutmeg. 1-8 teaspoon paprika. To the hot mashed potatoes add the Peanut butter, wc.ll beaten egg and other Ingredients. Put In a greased baking pan and bake in a hot ovoct 35 to 40 minutes- Bakrr Soy Ucuns. 2 1-2 cap s,y beans. 1-4 cup molasses. 2 tablespoons vegetable oil. .alt. . Peper. Soak beans In wld water 12 hours. Druln. cover with water, and simmer; until soft. Place layer of bean in I SAVE DAD'S LIFE 7 GET IT FOR -HIU SAYS IT IH SUICIDE TO CCT-OORXS ASO T1XM HOW , T1IEY ' , MFf TacnT OlT ' , Tou simply Sarys to the drug store man. 'GIve me a quarter of an ounce of freexone." This will cost Very lit tle but I eufflclent to- remove- every hard or soft corn from One's feet v . A few drops applied1 directly upon a tender, afhing corn should relieve the soreness instantly, and soon the entire corn, root and all, can be lifted out with the fingers without i pain.. This new way to rid one's feet of corns was introduced by 'a-'Cincinnati man, "who say that while freesone 1 sticky It dries in a moment, and seem to simply shrivel up the. corn -without Inflaming or even irritating the sir. rounding tissue or skin. Don'flet father'dle- of Infection or lockjaw from whittling at his corns, but cut tbla out and make him try It. Hopes Women . Wtff f . Adopt This Habit ? As Well As Men Glass of bot water each morn ing helps us look and fstl 1 Glean, sweet, fresh, ' Happy, bright, alert vigorous ana vivacious a good clear skint nat ural rosy t-omptevlon . and freedom from Illness aro assured only by clean. casserole then some ot the molasses ! ""a- " or"y every woman and oil and seasoning. Iteneat lav. " '" eiery man coma realise. era until the dish is full... Bake -two! tne wonders of the morning InxlU. bath, what a gratifying change would take place. Instead of the thousands of sickly, nnaemic-looking men, women .and girls with pa.sty or muddy complex. Ions; Instead of the multitudes .of. "nt-rve wrecks." rundowns." "brain fags" and pesslnihrts we should see a virile, optlsmlstlc throng of rusycheeh ed people everywhere. i An Inside bath Is had by, drlnklaif. each morning before breakfast. . u vioUKlv ..nri-r the H,,r.J .rf 1 i K,HM "f r' hot h ten. Sqnler cftief signal officer, will be ! T ' - "m",on Phosphate In it hours. PltIllKT IXITIATBS OVKIOIAX Bin. TODAY WASHINGTON, May 21 The President used the Overman bill for the first time in ordering the separa tion of the division of military aero nautics from the bureau of aircraft production. Property and funds fm j maintaining aviator and fields, pre turned to General Kenlv. The pro-j duction end will be entirely In hands of John Kyan. to wash from the stomach, liver kkl- thoi neVS and ten 5r"rda ot bowels tho pre- Keep supplies going to the front- liberty bonds will help. waste, sour , fermentation and poison, thus cleans. Ing, (a-eetenlng and freshening tlm j entire alimentary canal before putting i more f.xnl Into the stomach. '-' , i ' ! Those eehject to slrk headache, t.lt , , , . j lousness. nasty breath, rheumatism. . colds and particularly those who have W offer One Ilundml IVtlars nwar ,,, , ' . Itrr sny rst of t stsrrh tbst casaM . complexion and W..I, cor-n Dy msiis f.atsrrn stmirlne. """HMHiieu very Olien. are Urged l Msli t atarrs u-dlrlo baa b-ea tsirt I f obtain a quarter pound of limestone r7veCV asi'Ta? iJhE.. Pn-Ph-f a. the drug store which ..U s.trlUtl. r.n0y for Catarrb. Hall's cost very little but la sufficient. latarrb ai-dlrtm arts thro tin Blood os rienisnxtrate the quick and remarkable the Mih-ou. tnrtmrtm. rspeillRc the 1'ol.oe , ... . " " from IM itlood sad kMilBg the dtaeaae rn,n' ,n b'1" heart h and appearance 'rortlnna. awaiting those who practice Internal wt.r yoo hav. takra Usui i fitmt iwnltatlon. We mix remember that Hedlrlo for a abort HE rot, will see s i., , . , r-t lnoro.m.nt In Tvr J.n.r.l b-altb I '""'"'e rteunirii.HS Is more ln,rarit Start taklnc llall'a I'atarrb Mrdlrlue at than outilde. becattM the skin ili.i J!!! T".'1 ,W cmunb- Bl tot " not ab..rl Impurities to contaminate f I RlOtl IB (4J. I r-"t. I.s-ii a. . r 1. IIK.KKY a ro, Tnbdn. Ohio, lh l'"l. While the !.!-,-. I,, it,., tl.ltn. avis bf all lYntttota, T, feet of bowels do, 1 ! ."