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IT" THE CAIRO BULLETIN, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1003 THE CAIRO BULLETIN - MftMtoM iMk f;s 1 f?i' rahllibafl Dally Hi SumUr by tae BaUatia uvnranf m im VMMMWt .mm as. 8ubacrlptton Rate fcy Mall Invariably OMk in AdTaaos. Oat year, Dally sad BundayLl-Ll..- . Subscription Ratea by Carrlar By- carrier ta Oano..-..'..-. By carriai f atoaira WW a Month Ma a swath Notica to 8tibecrlbers SjbKriban will ooufer a faroi br e thii omoa so laca of prompt aeUrcrr oa th part of earruir. report a ' . J.I.J T- -, -L -L J- - . oterad at U Otiro Poitofflo a Moocd-olMi Mu,MfttWr. . CIRCULATION STATEMENT. Avprage number of "complete and perfect copies of The Cairo Bul letin printed dally and Sunday during the year 1907 2116 Arerage number of complete and perfect copies of The Cairo Bul letin printed dally and Sunday during the: month of May 1S08 2028 May Circulation. 20t5 1G 4 Before you Buy LQ'dK OVER OUlR LINE PARASOLS UMBRELLAS t ...... M 1 i ' . At $1.50 to SJ3.Q0 we show this season's choicest style coml inatlons In plain colored china silks, plain and fancy Taffeta and I'on- dee silks. Our line of plain andborderetl Tof- fetta silk, 23 Inch. Umbre. lav, can't besurpas- ed at $1.25 to $5.00. CITY rVEW5 IN BRIEF Hunting Club Onjanized. A parly of Cairo vouiik mcu mot lust evening and organized fhe Great er Cairo Hunting and Fishing Club. (!uy Stiles was clecleil president, Koy Sutton, vice president, and Oscar Con kle, secretary-treasurer. The club pro poses to purchase a gasoline launch to better expedite their hunting trips. There are now eleven members and the flu is working to secure a mem bership of fifteen, which will be the limit. They will make camps at var!- joius nearby fishing and hunting spots lim ing the various seasons and gener ft" 1 - Mil jJV II Electrocution the I Ct i " f .Only Humane JlOeli Execution fty DK. E. A. SrTZKA. 1. . , Emlarnt BraJu Spaclaltst. al Kood times are in store. The (reas- 1.... 2.... 3.... 4.... 5.... C... 7.... 8.... 9.... 10.... 11.... 12.... 13.,.. 14.... 15.... ..'.205( ...19SG ...2036 ...2040 . . .2010 ...203G ...2016 ,..2046 ...1936 ...2038 ...2034 ...2041 ..2016 ..2041 17.. 18.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 22.. 23.. 21.. 25. . 26.. 27.. 28.. 29.. 30.. ..2040 ..1958 ..20C5 ..2010 ..2040 ..803(1 ..20M . .'Mm ..1950 ..20,1.6 . . 2031 ..2042 . .204. ..2090 ..2035 31. .1918 The above is a -correct statement of the circulation of the Cairo liulle tin for the year 1907 and for tho month of May 1908. CLYDE SULLIVAN. i Business Manaeer, Subscribed and sworn to before me this first day of June 1908. LEO J. KIJCB, Notary Public. White Lawn Waist Specials 1.00, 1.29, $1.50, S1,G3,$1.75. SI. 79, $1.95, and $2.23, New styles and latest dc sidns; well made and sure fitters. We have about 300 yards left of the Long tCloth ve are sacrificing at 9 1-2 find 12c per yard. SAM'L WHITE iiri is already amply supplied to de- f I'M V flimtl'itilltti v iu.ikiiu tit), I flllnr.) prospects are good. .No plans have been made for an outing yet. hut it is ! probable that when the sqirrel sea son opi.ns In Kentucky, which will be soon, the clu?) will make the iirst ven ture in ha dlrccion. PLUMBERS ON STRIKE. i.a Crosse, Wis., June 3. As a re sult of the strike of union plumbers, every plumbing firm ill l-i Crosse to day declared open shop, and the bosfes announced that they would make no more contracts union. Several non-iilon plumbers have been assaulted on the streets. HEARST GAINED 123 VOTES. Tha Bulletin la en aaft at tha fol lowing places: " ' ' Colemsn's, 214 Eighth strtot. Halliday House News Stsna. Blue Front Restaurant . -- The rogue 8 readiest refuge is "There are others." lie is right in the assertion but wrong in thinking it will hide or excuse his own rascality. The voluminous report of the com mittee on revision of the book of gov ernment and discipline was turuei over to the various presbyteries for action. The people of Ciro-irc--n;afn!n Prohibition. They are also against government by dive-keepers, and 1 the latter issue is ever put fairly and squarely before them they will nol fail to asH-lt. theiiioelvt-b In their miciit. ; The plty.ort it is that the innocen always suffer more than tlie puiJIy when the latter are o ie punishet for their crimes.' But a community must protect itself. It can not af lord to sacrifice Us saffty ti a B'-nU ment which the guilty do not' feel themselves nor respect in others. Cairo's lumber fcicn nave tak"n Btep which has lrng been one of the great needs of the trade and of th city. They organized last" higfit tor the purpose of promoting their" Intf1! ests- In the matter of rites,-Inspection and otherwise.' 'Alt lw lumber men of the city are members anfl const'i tuto one of the strongest industrih' and commercial orsa'nlzafl: ni'1n tTi's section ' of the couritry. 4 As the lum ber buslneas Is 'trrobably ""Cairo's greatest ltiterest, wnatever' ' Is gocd for It is of the greatest good to tho city in general. Thur organization eth hraces some of Cairo's" brightest minds and men of the h;grrest standing in the community. who have the welfare of the city as wei as their own thor oughly at heart. Their efforts to pro tect and to build up 'Cairo as' a htmher market deserve every eiuWrafce ment. Monday night's ' meeting at t?i opera house will h- oae of the im portant events for Cairo in bo far as it is intended - to promote one of the greatest 'echerfmr. for Cairo-that -ha ever been- proposed. It is not (be less Important that Cairo peo;iie should show a liveljr interest in it be cause It is reasonably -siire to gi through, anyway; bin rather, they should on that aecoiinc take hdvant age of every opportunity to identify themselves "with it ss prominently- as possible, in order'that tav y iiiav gain for their tfityall the' prpstic that al ways comes from' sncces.' Moreover, Congressman ''Lorimeri 'who has long been jiromlnent anil successful teo. In promoting river 'improvement. ' is entitled to" a heartr gTeetingfroin the people of Cairo' and orr; leading i. citizens who hate fatten this matfer in hand fo-Ca!ro are entitled to popular 8iiport. ' . 1829- 1SC2- 1S85- 1X88- twien Unite. 1 Plates and Tr' poli. -United States steam fiiia'i Fulton blown up at New York: between ;! and 4' persons killed. -Fort Pillow. Tenn.. evai-uat'' by (ion. Heau.'gai d. -Ferdinand Ward, of the sc.; ponded firm of ('rant Ai War i -lndioted -KbH-trVr" rleath bill sigii'-d by Ci vernor I fill, of New Vorli. Mien i;il Fil'ili ;t.i ;' i-iiii' ( t.s. bi t w im'U Fourth and Bioqranhy. Charles Coura-I Ali:dt. noted a a Naturalist' and arrlmeid. gist, was was horn June t, lXi", at Treiitou, ,NT. .). In 1 8115 he was gradiited fr. in the medhal deiiartmeiit cf the University of Pennsylvania, but has never prac ticed his profession. He served as i private in the Union army, anil or a brief period previous to 187'J tie was engaged as a inahiifa' tui-Jng- hendst. Since that time he ha de voted himself wholly to scientific pur lilts. He lias many d'scoverifs in local zoology to I.I credit and lu lias also written many ' books on irrtiaelogica! and biological subjects s an assistant of the tvalwdy inn urn of Arehaeology and Ethnology. he discovered IrrtfutaMe evidences of the one-time presence of man in Delaware Valley early In. if not pre ions to, the Glacial period. The lielta published a li.-.t of town off in rs. as follows: Trustees, S. S. Ta;Ior. Louis -V. Young. M. II. Ha'--I' ll. Shannessy and I'eter Staple tun; :-eeieiary E. Willett. city attorney A. (!. denes; school trustees, S. H. Talor. Ijouis W. Y'oung and John ! low ley. New York. June 2 The recnunt of ballots lu the disputed mayoralty election of l!hi5 proceeded with expe dition today, Seventy-seven boxes have been counted since the recount was begun, and the total gain for Hearst is 12:;. HE history of electrocution covers a period of only 0 years. It was first introduced in Xew York in 1S81. Jn jt opera tion, the electric current is turned on and reduced and in creased alternately. From wen to ten amperes pass through a body. The time consumed in strapping is about 15 seconds, and in (JO to TO seconds the victim is shocked to detail. Con sciousness is blotted out instantly. Jn only two cases of fciose 1 have obsencd was there respiratory effort after the current was turned on. A jmst mortem examination of the ho.lv reveals much inrifo.- H'l. ... ' """"""K i'u. oou.eua. mere is a rising in the temperature, in one ease as nWi as i..... ue-rees f. i lie Junes are devoid of blood and veis;h six or seven ounces avoirdupois. The blood seems to be under a ehemil thane and is of a dark brownish hue, sometimes almost, black, and it rarely coagulates. On the nervous cells there is no apparent effect, allhoueh there is a molecular chantre. " I have witnessed a number of han-ines at Jrovamensimr Pim .! with the would rcconiinend n read in ' of Oscar Wil,b.' d.h.i , ,. I " 'i "wrn l'WT iii. in ii il il ivil nirr Jail." to illustrate the unpleasantness of the daneingeet in air. " The preparations in lian-in are about as quick as in electrocution but the heart beats for some time af tor 'the drop, usually .13 minutes! And there is a spasmodic movement of te body after the shock of the mop. ue io a partly conscious effort to stop the choking, lasting for about one ann a halt minutes. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Cairo, Alexander County, Population 1,14r. Illlnola, Mayor, qEOJlOE PAIKSON? .. .. Clerk, IL' A. IIATCHElt . Treasurer, THOMAS E. MA1IONEV City Attorney. Fit AN K MOORE. Cmptroller, ERNEST NOKDMAN. Police Magistrate, A. J. IiOfiS. Chief of Police, M. S. EAUAN. Alexander County, ' Population 22,467. county Clerk, JES55E E. MILLKIL Circuit Clerk, LEE II. DAVIS. Sheriff, FRANK E. DAVIS. State's Attorney, ALEX. WILSON. Coroner, DR. JAMES McMANUS. County Suporintennend of Schools. PROP. JOHN SNYDER. Assessor and Treasurer, FRED NELLL13. Board of County Commlaalonere. J. J. JENNELLE. Chairman. OEOROK PARSONS. DR. EDWIN J. GAUSH. I'ho nullctlu will only cost you f. iients per motitt' and It Is certainly ort.h do'ihln the nifnpv. Showing Value of Peat. There Is a strong organization St work in this country developing (he ire of peat as fuel. If is now utillz lag many acres of swamp lands which are beirg reclaimed for agricultural purposes. The by products of the In dustry are very promising. Men Die Too Early ' . Proper Lighting of Mines. Tt is argue 1 that the compulsory bullion of the Incandescent system r eieririe lighting in mines will great cut down the death roll. By M. JEAN FIN0T. CAIRO IN 1855. It was rumored that r;reni F. (i ir mr, or i ne?n's.- wouhl soon erect a irge 'banking hoi;s on Commercial fivenuo between Fifth and Sixt'. streets. A meeting was called for July li'.tl: at the school house, (or tw purpist of forming a cricket club. A local correspondent of the lielta complained of a two months vaca tiotl' given the free school children. In isting t hat school should continue ithout vacation. I ; '- "Father McCabe has had a nnv line toned bell placed In the belfry f the Calholir chun:h." The work on, the PW.--byteria-i lun ch w hich has ft-r : nme mont":. fcn nlnio:it entirely :.u:.pend .1. Iu .-. mnnenced ar.rtirf w ith n-ncwed viuot. uid 'we' tihall boon have aiHitiier tiiiv house of' 'worshin comole1e, !:,, peed the work. KINGSFOR m hi Sr,s 9 CORN Sixty-six Yeers of Superiority. Just the thing to go with all kinds of fresh or stewed fruit, either as a delicate sauce to pour over the fruit or as a blanc m.Tnge or puddinfi to serve with it. Before another meal drop postal for ' Cvaking Helps ' m Icon w!i. t a prtitl to eing aid Kingv lord s (5vcci Com Starch reauy is. Its many usrs will surprirc you. ' Inr m.ikinf, culards Mnnr nwngcs, ices, puddings ' fl dishes til.. I defend for foodncs upon cotn fl.irch (tuality Kin isford's lus liccn chosen by hcjt cooks for litre: fenerations. . OrQczariiincl packages toe T. Kr;SFOK ft SO. Oswejjo, N. Y. ; ..' . NaiioMSuu'ch. Co.! Successors. Auto-surest ion is the power of the will used with deliberate purpose to eHVt given end. It can be used or abused, even ii3 our will power. The majority of men een me most temperate and the best-con ducted amonu; al,U;S(, although they do it unconsciously." Nevertheless, this un conscious abuse of our power to w ill lias the enect of shortening our lives. To bejin with, each one of us starts out with the notion that if we reach, let us say, the ae of .5, we shall have done prettv well in rlie matter of a time record. Herein i; the Iirst opfTiing afforded the j;rent de stroyer, and the prm of dissolution forthwith enters as an active force into the system, slowly but none the less surely, makiiiu- headway toward our destruction, to come .sooner or later. Jn youth, manhood and up to middle age we are not conscious of its effects. About the ac of 00, however, when we imagine we ought to rr tire, as our forefathers did before us, we begin to lind old aire hiti ' heavi ly upon us. This is really the germ of dissolution, which has reiu-l.-l n certain strength in its career, and which then feels powerful enough to assert its presence. Following the time-honored custom, the man of GO adopts sedentary habits and begins in most eases to lead an idle life. , He is in reality playing the' game for the enemy, l'.v degrees the -T. II -V tj t ":" .. -1. " '-""---"1" "JL - t, .wMliTO.Btti;gaaiBTTCiLi iiiimi i mH HIMi. til I 111 II i germ gets m its fine work; the blood becomes vitiated; tissue refuses to re-erente : the body beeomes a prey to all kinds of illnesses, to which ihe inactive life has naturally nredisiKised the system. A. It William P. Halliday. of the fancy toanief' Hi'ghnyri, was in Cairo .In'y th. Hh'; bout wa:; th li on tlie w ay-; Paducali. A grand ball was given br the'riti tis'of Cairo! and the tailmnd pcopl i thi -wharf hitat- ft. Louis, mi th" i?ht'rif J.rt)y 17th. Illitiois. Kentucky and Missouri were i'eir'sontod 12 i pi!Tsohs iHdng in attendance. : TODAY UJ HISTORY 1 ' ur June 4'. 1636 PortocarreYO, the celebrated viceroy of Mexico and Peru born In Madrid. Died In Lima, Sept 22, '1703. ' ' " 173S Cieorge- HI.1 of England born. Died Jaif. 29,il82u'. "i ? . ' " -17C3 Iiidlan Massacre at Fort Macki naw, Mich.'' 1 - ' 179i fndepehdsnce declared by Bel !aa provinces. 3 f05 Treaty of peace concluded ), In a conimunicaticn from nn auonmoiis correspondent, published in the Delta of July 2.1th. it Is stated that Enoch Swarlhmiip landed a keel boat at the mouth of the Ohio in 1S'iri In the year 1SH. th" correspondent heard Mr. Swarthou?e rdat! that his first view of the Father of Waters showed it to be "a turbulent, muddy tide hurrying by, eagerly swallow ittq ilt' ita Course, the clearer and gentler Ohio. " Around ihe w aters edge w as k' oung growth of cotton woods w hile back" of them, w ere tall elms and sycamores." While Mr. S. remained at the point with his boat, a hurricane arose which," although but momentary, produced the most fearful effects on the waters of thewoods. ' 'A fr. Coffey of Blandvilie, Ky.. was $re;tJo? a frame titore Louse on Com- ke To All CLARKE ;S PURE RYE APPEALS the same to all so long as there is desire for pure old whiskey; the kind that is best for family and medicinal use. Clarke's Pure Rye is not an experi mental whiskey. Its splendid virtues 'are known throughout the civilised world. Clarke's Pure Rye is aged and bot tled by the Government. The United States Government's green stamp overlapping the cork guarantees its age and strength. ANY GOOD DEALER WILL SUP PLY YOU 12 FULL QUARTS, $12.00, DELIVERED. 4 FULL QUARTS, $5.00, DELIVERED If yours will not, write us and we will tell you who will.. We cannot sup ply you direct. Clarke Bros. & Company The Largest Distillers in the World Old age conies upon us with a rush, long, long years before it is due, and simply b.vause we did not make use of our powers of auto-suggestion. What are we to do, then? One of the greatest thinkers that the world has ever known. (Joctho. says that man hat the power in his own mind to eliminate from his body all matter "that cause him sufferm"! IHit negative action will by no means suftiee. We must live by auto suggestion, not die by it. It lakes some men at b ast :o or SO years to acquire A full knowledge of the capacities and caprices of their particular physical make-up under existing condition of knowledge. Auto-suggestion stops in, however, ami makes the body what the k.ind wishes it to le. Xature has created )ii sons; hut she has also creaicd antidotes. Death is nothing but a poison which is by the average thoughtless man allowed to take effect, long vears l-elore it has reached its li.ii power to be effective. The antidote to our cativ deaths al fin, to, or ou-n $0 if properly directed reflective will pow rest ion. TIME CARD CAIRO ELECTRIC RU riECT 1.1NB pr due to T-ve McvonJ Kl, itm Iiir north on Ckmiuercil A., ctotv It uifu uuni tivm a. iu. U) 11 p, m. Oottin Borla on Walnut Ht. tfwj IS inlnut from8:iH m. to o-, p. in. ryi'I.AR eT. t,INR-Holbrook At, ear to leT Hwinu 8t. c.tluic narth on Koibron Ave., ftt :67j .J7; B:4'i; :A7; T: JVC . m. ftudc itiue ulnatea eTory hour uutll 10-.i'i ud II- p. tU. ; ' ;: ' :;',.', Golnrwaton Twenljf Eighth Ht. at;) BUM; and 7:61 &. m.mid on aiuA vry hoar nnUl 10:34 atul U:l4 p. in. IS ueunU-n fcftr leTle 8econd St. , BKl.T -I.1NKOWLO&KH north on Walnut. 11:80 p. m. W:M a. tn.f 1:80 a. in.; f.m a. m. I M a. m.; 4 So a. ui.j 5 :80 a. m. North on Oomuiejctnl U:fo P- m.i 1:00 m, OO a. ta. a ou a. m. 4 M) a. in. 6 a. m. Belt and Owl oara ara doe to uau We Thlrtv fourth St. 15 . mlnoKx attar leaTlni Haoond 8t, mlij HI a POISON Many Blood Bens Pains, Can cer, sshjt . y- Mm people ' auffer from Poison and don't know It. If you have aches and pulns In t' e bones, back or joints, Itching, Bcat) skin, blood feels hot or thin; SwoH"a Elands, Rising and Humps oz. u.i skin, Sore Throat or Mouth, faUln? hair, Pimples or offensive eruption. Cancerous Sores, Lumps or Sores on Lips, Face or any part of the boV. Rash on Skin, are run down or ner vous, Ulcers on any part of the bodv, Carbuncles or boils, Take Botanio Blood Balm, (B. B. B.) Guaranteed to cure even the worst and most dee? seated cases. 15. B. B. drives all po?-, onons matter from the system amj sends a flood of euro, rich blood .;t rect to the skin surface. In this waj Aches and rains are stopped, all Krup. Hons, Sores, Pimples, even cancer are quickly healed and "cured. BOTANIC BLOOD BALM, (B. B. B.) composed of pure Botanic IiiRredieiila. DKITCOISTS, $1. Sola in Cairo. III. by W. F .Simon, 1301 Vaahington Ava. er or auto-si to FT W oman's Desire to 'F ascTriaie Men By PA0LA 10MBS0S0. PEORIA, ILLINOIS Any one of the tolfowing dealers will supply your wants ChaS. Leich & Co., TCvansville, Ind. Forrf. Glen. Dist. Co., E. St Ixjnia R. Smyth & Co., Cairo, 111. Woolner & Co., Centralis 111 Louis Herbert Co., Cairo, III B. J. Epstein & Co., Dan-ill" ftl 111. 1 .have long studied my winters, am have come to tho conclusion that all that Iu fr,-,rv,l art.) lirwl i m 4 V. ah 1 i r.j.-i aim ii .u tucui ouiy BUD.scrves the end for which they 6eem to live- namely, to captivate men by their attract tions. .mi, alter all, it is man who has caused the growth of this nil-dominant passion in the heart of woman, notwith standing the fact that he is ever the .first to lay this failing to her charge. not only as the source of all the world vii, nut as a manifest indication of her inferiority in the scale of humanity, and ; "r ' ' ' 't kinship to unreasoning animals like birds, which, more than any others, display all tho characteristics of coquetry. Yet it h woman's only lawful weapon in the itruggle or existence, HQ Vwll !IU in e'lPl-rinrf nf tl,.-. t... I. .11 j t i . io nmi a lorn and master. .Nature makes no muddles nnrl ;t b..a ' . u 1 1 ' a a l a 1 44 li rt I II : ' . II ied the relations of the sexes that in the furtherance of its designs -o- tpietry has become the deepest fassion of a woman's heart. It has U-coie an instinct at once conscious and involuntary, and has assumed in flic course of long ages by hereditary influence and assimilation all the pro portions of a priniardiil and fundamental characteristic. It is my experience that in thei.- in,mt hearts women never groty 0Id. An aunt of mwe, who was t,uit St) years old, once sjw.ke of licrself a leing in thg iozr of her age. 1 was only lt'at the time, and considered ttcn 'JO -.he climax of deerepitmle. Now, however, that 1 have passd V,, 1' imagine that a woman can very well be fascinating at 50, and so V take heart of grace in this complacent notion. And yet I am quite certain that I am far from being a coquette a notion, strangely enough to fay, 1 find to be common to the mott hardened of co.pn tte?. Their coqtiet tisjmess is the last weakness that women will admit. And there is m.l. little logic in their refusal to aUmit il, since t'hev mud, on.fcr !,. , -- - - "Ml. 1 I 11 II larms and fascinations due to their innnml nn.l - . ... . " roxiuevoh gms vi tturacung men and seducing them, rather tl should think their spontaneous gifts c any adventitious aid from art, ban to Adtcrtking In The Bulletin ia prollt- Hare The Bulletin on your break able to the advertiser because It has fast table every morning. It will col tha highest claw clrcuIaUon. jou oclf two yeaia per day. Eternal Vigit-ince. Various are the devices for the defense Bnd security of cities, as pall- des, wall:;, djtclie!. ami C'ther such kinds of fortification, all (,f which are the results of the lalMust of the hand and maintained at great expanse. Hut there is one common bulwark which men of prudt'iiee possess within them selves -the protection and guard of all people, e.ioeriallv r.f freo states. ainst the attacks of tyrants. What 1s this? Distrust. Iiemef henes (3S1 32 II. C.) . i' say . - Thin wnmnn 'nri T.ritla ' R. PlnkhnmN VetretaMV ('nrniiiiitnd sftTed Iter life. HMitl lier letter. Mrs. T. O. Willadsen.of Manning. Iowa, writes to Mrs. linkhatn: - " I can tnil v that t.vdia F. Pink- ham's Vetretable Compun(t saved My life, and I ennrtot express tny gratit ude to you in Wtirds. For years I suffered with the worst forms of female com plaints, continually doctoring and spending- lots of money 'for medicine without help. I wrote you for advire, followed it as directed, and toolt Lydia E. Pinkhatn's VeiretabieCoroDonnd and tt bS restored me to perfect health. f?ad -it. r.ol lw.cn for vnu I ahould bava "been in my grave to-3aV. J W-ish every nrfierln woman Woiflcf.try if.?", , FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. Tor thirty years Lvdia E. Hnk- ham's Vegetable CYmrnund, made from roots ani herbs; has lwn the standard remedy for female ills. and li'as posit iTely cured thousandsnf women who have Urn troubled with dis nla eeme n ts, in flii m m a t ion. ul.'-e ra tion, fibroid tumors, irregularitie.a, periodic pains backache, that bearing-down feelin?. flatu!eney,indi?f-9-t ion.d i 7.zines:s,or nervorts prastratiun. ii n uun t you. uy it - ... ". .- IVr. rinktiam Invites ali slelc women to write Irr for nrlvl. a. She has guided thousands to health. Address.iyan, Mas.