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After Eating !n" between meal, belching, vom iting, flatulence, fits of nervous head ache, pain in the stomach, are all rn-.pom of dyspepsia, and the lon$rcr it ii noj:l',ki tne harder it is to cure it. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills 'Radically and prrqanently cure it itiviij ll't'n and ton the stomach and thfr digestive organs for the natural performance of their functions. Arcept no substitute for Hood 'a. "1 bad dvjTU iwmtv-five jriart and took t.f.envi medicine but got no help un:Il I be U :at ng HKMi' tarajarilla. Hare taken four boCile ol thi medicine and can now em almcl anything, aieep well, bare no crani.i.ln Hi n,.n no l iiminc ai d no ditt-ess." git. i.iiiM u. Bakkbtt. 14 O n-y St.. I'rovi tear. 1. 1. Hoocf'm Saraaparllta ffremteca fo curm and kaapa I ha promte. Good Mater. Thi phrase was first nsed by Dr. JoMinm. who said of Bathurst, a physi cian: "He was a man to my very heart's content. He hated a fool, and he l.ated a rogue, and he hated a whig; be a a very good nater." rlT Permancrtlr Curwl. So r.ta or nnrrousces rll0 attir nrT !' ""if!" kliM't (iront Serve jtt r-r nJ ;ur Fit EK 8J.00 .rul La mj-; 1't.K.ii Klim. ArchSt.. PkiUueUlu, Wouldn't Be a Party to It Tailor Can't you pay my Dill today, air? I need the money, as I'm going ta be married next week. Customer (a confimed bachelor) What? Going to be married? Such a foolish thing, and on my muuey? Nev er! Per I'uribarbier. Luuieft Chu Wear Shoes One i tniaUer a!:cr Mini: Allen's Foot Ease aron""- it ciates tiht or new shoes eaav.' C,-i-u.'.t'n. hot, sweating, achir.g i-e m iTKWH r-.l, corns and i.iiniom. Aiid:--git-i.d ., st..-es. ISc. Trial pacfcAye FKEE br mft'.l. Addre?.. Alien S. Olms;el, ho 1:' Hew Vara. " ' To whom It Referred. Fanday School Teacher ow, Willie fireen. what aie we to understand when the Bible speaks of people who, having res, see not. Willie Green I guess it must mean oliitmen. Philadelphia Eecord. 1 arr sure Pio Cur for Conunnition irtxi my lii three wars ;h-JIb. Thos. Kopsixs. Mapie urett, Norwich, X. Y'.. ta. 17, IUAj. Conditions Improving. Easterner (on his vacation) I le Weve there is less of vice anJ crime among the Indians out here than there iae.1 to he. Is there not? Coaininnche Pete You're right, ard. Th' haiut ez many Injuns ez they used to be. Chicago Tribune. BOWS TBIST we ofier One Hundred Doll an Reward fornny ease of cattarru uat can not t cured by Haj'i CAiarrn cure. F. J. CHEN'ET & Co., Prop-, Toledo, 0. we the und. rsipned. have kno n r . J. 1'hrnev tor to- t.a-t 1.'. .-can, and believe Mm prir-.jr aon rab e in al in-ines- transact!. n and tin. nc 1- al.ie tu carry out any oblicatii.nju.ade T tfir 6rm. W4 Tp.fiX. WhuieMi.e 1'riiLgista, Toledo, WaLUIVO KlhNiNit ',AKV!N, , Whole-ale hn fa i s, To.edo. O. .7i rrnCure tnkei. iniemaliv.aetins; a-rt1y on toe blo.id and tntieout snr'ieeBOi jne.rv.em. Price 7p.-rb.tt.e. g.d bvall trucnrti. T.t-.niini aaUly Pil.a are iuk bett. Onto lis Game. Cluhls My w ife's going around w ith a chip on her shoulder touav. Chubb That so? Cluhb Yes, she found one in my wket this morning. Philadelphia Psess. The Oldest and Best S. S. S. is a combination of roots nd herbs of great curative powers, nd when taken into the circulation earches out and rernovei all manner of porsons from the blood, without feast shock or harm to the system . On tl contrary, the general health Wins t finprove from the first dose, or S. S. Si. is not only a blood purifier, but an excellent tonic, and strength eas and builds tip the constitution hile pu-ging the blood of impuri S. S. S. cures all diseases of a hiood poison origin, Cancer, Scrofula, heu ni atism , Chronic Sores and jrcers. Eczema, Psoriasis, Salt Rbeum., Herpes and similar troubles, nd is an infallible ctire and the only antidote for that most horrible disease, Contagious Blood Poison. A record of nearly fir'y years of occessful cures is a record to be proud S. S. S. is more popular today ever. It numbers its friends by the thousands. Our medical corres pondence is larger than ever ia the history of the medicine. Many write to thank us for the great good S. S. S. nas done them, while others are seck jag advice about their cases. All letters receive prompt and careful ttention. Our physicians bave made life-long studyof Blood and Skin Dis fses. and better understand such cases than the ordinary practitioner who maies a specialty of no one disease. Sv n. We are doing great C(C good to suffering humanity through Jl kjj our consulting de jpartment, and invite Ton to write us if vou have any blood skin trouble. We make no charge hatever for this service. UE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA. A. UHcH Wrttht ALL il6t iAILb. a CAiamh hTrun TulM Guud. UM UncS Wrttht All Ubc UiLS. CJ- In tima. Poid hr Imrfi.ti A Rod ta Pkkla. Mr. GoodnoleWhv. Johnny, ara yon just going home now? Your mother's been looking for vou all aiter noon. Johnny Yes'ro, I know. Mrs. Goodsole Just think how wor ried she must be! Johnny Oh, she's near the end o' near jest ner worryin'. I'm mine. beg inn in- It Looked Toueh. tv, i ii, nrw' c lever me landlady, as nne place.1 the turkey nn flit ibiaii.;.. u . 1 t .. -" ""Km.useiai.ie. I k , ?'.?"'. TVI'hevl f tions boarder, et Mr. Hackett. He's j tone cutter.-'-rhiladelplua Eulle- . Eighteenth Century rtobton. Two women wh were kissevl bv La fayette have been found in the 'East. Lafayette was the Hotjsnn of the Lighteeuth century. Minneapolis Journal. A Natural Conclusion, Mollie What makes so man cat- tans grow on this pond. Charlie? j Charlie Oh, they grow up from lit- : tie kitties that people have drowned! here, of course. i Doubled as Alimony. "Oh. yes, daughter's fully twice as happy as she was with her 'husband." "How so?" "Why, he used to give her an al lowance of only fio, and now he has to pay her ffi'O." ANOTHKK l;MAItK.tKL( CASK Whlih ifaa Doctor Failrd to Cure or I'udcrataud. A medical man, as a rule, dislikes to acknow ledge the value of a proprietary i wciucme. in tact, prolessional eti ; qnette debars him from doing so. j There are many eminent physicians, j tiio-e most avanced in thier profes J Huns, who give full credit to the great I cr.rative properties of Voseler's Cura tive (...in pound from the fact that it is nianinactiire.1 by an old ami reliable company, proprietors of St.. Jacobs Oil, Irom the formula of a brother physi cian, who today stands in the front ranks of the mn-t eminent medical men, and on account of its intrinsic merit it is li'r.-e.y prescribed by the meJi.-al profession. Mrs. Nettleton graphically relates the particulars of her own casej which will doubtless 1 of interest to many of our lady readers? "I had been an intense sufferer for many years from dyspepsia, liver and kidney troubles, when a pamphlet was placed in my hands, and, althongh at that time I had been bedridden for more than six months, I determined, after reading some of the cat-es similar to mine, which had been completely cured by Vogeler's Curative Comoound. to try some, especilly as my d.ctors i' r. tieueut me, ana i nau given op a,l hope of ever being well ; again. The very first do-e of 15 dn.I9 ! re.iev.sl me. It was not long before I was ab.e to get up and aVK.ut; three montlis from taking the first dose I was enj'.ving Ijetter health than I had been , , t i ii Yi , fT 14 vears. I should not Lave been i.... . . i ,. , a.i.v it not oeeu lor ogttl-. er's Curative Com pound." Mrs. Nettlet'.n said : "I have recom mended Vog ler's Curative ComjKiund fur indigestion and eczema, and iu every case it has proved a cure, beyond doubt. Mr. Swinbauk, our chemist, has sent me the name-of no end of peo- le who have U en cured by Vogeler's Curative Compound. J'y the way, the P'opritors have so much confidence in this great London phvsician's diecov- I erv, tliat tiiev will send a sample free I to'nnv rs..n sending name and ad- ! dre-s! naming this paper." St. Jacobs ... . Oil Co., '2ub Clay St.. l.altimore, Md. i dealing the secret. I "It Is curious that no one has the A Saint Un Earth. 's'.igbtest Idea of bow her arms were "Pa," raid Willie, "what does it placed. Over a wore of suggested re mean to say a man is 'one of nature's constructions have been made am noblemen?' " I are exhibited In a side gallery lu the " 'One of nature's noblemen, my Louvre. One represents her holding an son," replied the old gentleman, with apple, another bearing a child la ber n sign inraut look at ins better ball, "is a man w ho smiles when lie gets some ridiculous, cheap gilt for Christina-., and exclaims: 'How nice! Just what I wanted!'" Catholic Standard and Times. j Mental Exercise. 1 Bernice What is the nature of this brain work Chollv has undertaken? Hort?nse-He has made his valet take a buck seat, and he thinks for him- belf what suits he w ill wear each day. She Knew Her Husband. Peddler Wouldn't you like some mottoo for your house, mum? It's very cheering to a husband to see a niue motto on the wall when he comes home. Mrs. Daggs Have you got one that eays, "Better late than never?" Week ly Telegraph. The Tandem Habit, "Why do Mr. Paintbrush and hi wife promenade in single file?" "They used to ride a tandem, and they can't get over the tandem habit." Fliegende Blaetter. The Fruit of Faith. Sunday School Teacher Faith, chil dren, is believing in the existence of anmethimr we can't te. For example, when yon boy bananas you know that there is a delicious froit inside the, tough skin. Do you understand? Children Yes, ma'am. Sunday School Teacher Well, what , ia faith? Children Bananas. Makes Money Raising Fopcorn. A. L. Schaeffer, of Edgar county, Illinois, last year harvested the largest crop of popcorn ever gathered in the world. From his 102 acres be bad 1,800 bushels, a yield of a little over 17 bushels to the acre. It cost turn $17 an acre to raise, sort, shell and pay (round rent. JOKE ON FUNSTON. Tho Man Who Tried It Wu Sorry B Didn't Select Someone Klae. While Brig. Gen. Kuuston's command was lying In camp near Manila a num ber of recruits arrived from the West- j ern States. One of the rookies, having ; exhausted his supply of clean liueu and not having learned to be his own laun dress, asked a veteran where he could pif ami i a irnertlnf? HnnA .-nn vnn ti, !. ,.,.. by that clump of trees? Well go there and Inquire for Mr. Funston. Ile a a grouchy little chap; but If you talk pleasantly to him he ll fix you up." The recruit went as directed and ds- covered Gen. Funston walking up and dowu in front of his tent dressed la an old pair of khaki breeches and a regulation blue flanuel army shirt Where can I find Funston T" asked the recruit -My name Is Funston. What Is it?" "I want to get some clothes washed. "What: Who seut you to uie'r" "Bi'y Brown, over here lu the Tenth Cavalry." "Corporal of the guard!" called Gen, Funston. The corporal came on a run. I "Young man," said tleu. Funstoa to the recruit who was seeking a lauii- drymnn. "go with the corporal and show hltu Billy Brown, so that be cau bring him over here. And you coine j with him and tiring all the d:rty clothes you nave. All, remember all!" ; They departed and returned after a j short absence with Billy Brown and a I hu'e load of shirts, socks, underwear, j and dirty linen generally. ' Said Gen. Funston to Billy Brown: ! "I tid you send this man here to have his clothes washed'" I "Yes. sir; just for a joke." "l or a joke, eh! Well, all right. I like a joke myself, and we'll carry this one through. Corporal!" "Yes, sir!" "Take this man Brown down to the river and have lihu wash those clothes carefully and return them to the own er. See that he does the job up In good style. And. by the way. corporal. If j you have any soiled clothes of your i own. cr if any of your friends have. just let Brown do them up for you." "I think I can keep him busy for some time, sir." Gen. Funston resumej his walk. Chi cago Tribune. A FAMOUS STATUE. The Cnrinus Problem of the Missing Arms of the Venus de Milo. Everybody knows the Venus de Mllo, for everybody has seen copies ef the beautiful stone goddess who stauds iu the Louvre; but i:o one bus ever seen her arms or knows how they should be placed if The statue was armless wheu first found in Melos. and no two sculptors or archeologists have ugreed ll8 t0 lts proi,er restoration. A recent discussion In the French and English hns revtaleu tbe fact tuat a 80rt of tradltIwlI bas ,jrowu up arounJ tLe famoUS rli(, auJ that tno ,u ,t d!s,oveml less than a ceutury , . . , there is the widest discrepancy In the . , . ,. stories of Its huding. "The existence of the statue," says the London Graphic, "was first made known to the French government by M. Brest, French consul at Melos. When it was brought away and placed In the Louvre the name of the gentle man In charge of the work of trans porting It was placed on the pedestal, but nothing was said of M. Brest's share In the matter. This made him so Indignant that he is said to have r ,.-li,.n t. A- r'mcu' ' -.e n.r nuns i Venus de Milo are. but I will never tell !t to sny one-' 011,1 be dled without re- arms, and several artists have repre sented her as forming part of groups. There Is little chance of the problem ever being solved." NATIVES TORTURE PRISONERS. Philippine Inxuri;ent Guilty of Atre cioua Crneltie Soldier Injured. Knocking renoru come to the War fj. partment from Manila concerning the continued atrocities of the insurgents In the warfare against our troops. A report from Bohol gives details of a narrow escape from death of Lieut. Richard WetherlU and I.ieut. George I. Feeter, of the Nineteenth Infantry. Thofce two officers were in command of a detachment of their regiment en gaged In scouting In the mountains of Loboc. They had occasion to search a house the appearance of which excited their suspicion, and had hardly entered the main floor when they were precipi tated into a pit which bristled with . sharpened bamboo sticks. Both officers ' were Injured, Ueut. Wetherlli In the thigh and Lieut, teeter In the foot. The native guide who accompanied them was impaled on one of the stakes and died before be could be rescued. Another report gives an account of a more elaborate plan for tbe destruction of large number of men. The main floor of a building which was likely to be occupied by a troop of cavalry was released from Its supports on a central pillar, the Idea being that a greater weight at one end of the room than exlsted at tbe other would tilt the floor and thrust Its occupants Into a cellar, which was equipped with rusty bayo nets and the favorite sharpened bam boo placed on end. The discovery of this plot was made Just In time to de- feat the scheme. The man who boasta of being hlgb splrited la nearly always a tittle eff la the upper stery. To Mothers of Largo F amiieo la this workaday world few women Are so placed that physical exertion ia not constantly demanded of them in their daily life. We make a special appeal to mother of large families whoso work is never done, and many of whom suffer, and Buffer for lack of intelligent aid. To women, roung or old, rich or poor, we extend an invitation to accept tree advice. Oh, women 1 do not let Me. Cassis Beixzttlls. your lives be sacrificed when a word of advice at the first approach of weak ness, may fill your future years with healthy joy. Address a letter to Mrs. Pinkham's Laboratory, Lynn Mass., and vou will not be disappointed. "When 1 began to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I was not able to do my housework. I suf fered terribly at time of menstruation. Several doctors told me thev could do j nothing forme. Thanks to'the Pink nam advice and medicine I am now well, and can do the work for eight in the family. . "I would recommend Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound to all mothers with larrre families." Mks. Caeris Belle vrLLx, Ludington, Mich Trouble Ahead. "What are vou crying for?" "Me big brnd.ler'sgettin' a lickin'." "Ah, 1 see! You're sorry for him." "Naw, I'm sorry fer myself. He's goin' ter lick me fer tellin' on him." New York Evening Journal. Saddest of AIL He It is a pleasure to meet a woman who has a sense of humor. She But, reallv, one doesn't need a sense of humor to laugh at the things ! you say. Life. His Ambition. Young Jone I mean so to live that when I die all the great cities of the earth shall quarrel over the question of my birthplace. Y'oung Brown Yes; each one will lay the blame on some other. The druggist who advises you to use Hamlin's Wizard Oil for the cure of pain, does you a good turn ! A Good Mimic "I don't see what yob all has to git so proud about," said Miss Sadie Cot-! tonball. "Cohse you doesn'," answered Miss Miami Brown. "I'ze been studyin' de white folks. What yoh wants to do is jes put on de airs yobse'f an' let de yuthuh folks do de guessin' 'bout whut de reason is." Table Decoration. Four rather small fern dislien filled with prou'int? ferns art ifimetinis iito'l to outline the tenter square of th din- ner board, the actual renter heimr cujiied by a slender, rather tall jrlass vase, which may hold any flower pre ferred, two or three steins with foliuge being sufficient. ANtgetable Preparation ror As -similaling die Food and Beg ula luig ihe Sloinachs and Bowels of Promotes Digeslionheerrur ness and Rest.Contain3 neiller Opujm.Morpiiine nor Mineral. OTlACOTIC. fimftrn'oua-smJELimjaa Mx SmM tiaowaW -UiduitmmMJmta Aperfecl Remedy forConslipa fion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms XOnvulsiuns .Fcven sh ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of 1 NEW YORK. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. Frwa Ealiitcd Maa to Admiral. Bear Admiral Oonr W. Fareuholt, United State navy, w ho was inspection officer at Charleston navyyanl tip to alxut a year ago, and who is now on tbe retired list, is the only utiiivr iu tbe tervi.-e w bo reached the g-ade of rear admiral from tbe position of en-lit-vd man. Admiral Fareuholt en tered the navy first as a volunteer dur ing the Civil war, and has a record of moie than lrt year sea. service. Jealousy. "I understand Miss GoKlstandard's engagement Ims been broken. What was tbe ouisc?" "Jealousy." "Jealousy?" "Yes, her dog became loe fend of him." In the Ark. "Pon't annoy your father," whis lered Mrs. Noah to Shem. "He'e in a had humor." "What's wrong with him?" queried Shem, curiouslv. "Why," replied Mrs. Noah, "he went out on the- huricane deck to let 'lie of the doves Imm, and the wind turned his timbrel lit w rung side out 1" Ohio State J 'iirivil. Horseshoes in ihe Orient The tvpe of horseshoe common in the Orient is a plate fitted so as to cover the entire Niltom of the hoof, with a perforation in tbe (enter. The weight of the average horseshoe is three-fourths of a pound. Tbe native smiths usually cut these plates from sheets of wrought iron and rudely shape them for the purpose in view. Deaf Mute Used Threatening Language. For using threatening "deaf anil lumb" language toward his father and orother a deaf mute has lieen IkmiikI ver to keep the peace at Blackburn, Knglaiid. Magic Orchid of Java. In Java there is an orchid, the pram niiitophyiiim, a 11 the flowers of which .pen at once, as if by the stroko of a lairy wand, and they also all w ither to gether. Woman's Acquaintance. Herr Io you know my w ife? Fran Very well. Herr Hut I don't renember intro ducing ber to you. Iran Quito true, but I have a new maid who was with your wife two months. Fliegeiitie Blaetter. Soporific Bramble I used to be troubled with insomnia, but I cured myself. Thorne How? "I joined a chess club." Judge. No Sole for Music "How quoer!" exclaimed Miss Pertie tiofxlwin, at tho Wagner recital. "My foot has gone to sleep and in all this noise, too!" Chicago Daily News. So Mean. Creditor (angry) I tell you, I want my money. Voice From Beyond Well, you can't get blood out of a turnip. Creditor No, but I can out of a licet. WASHING MADE EASY By using my Washing Tablets. No acids. Send 50 cents for j.itckage siiflicient for 3 months, with full directions. Agents wanted. W. O. IDWEIJ, Box 606. Portland, Oregon. I IN YOUR Vflll Fillrf tflP nifforDnoo 1 UU r,l,U lllC UIHCIClluB i ... ' " Hie l.r.iu a In vour .ur. In vour i-nrM Proesheck's Lice Killer J"'-;: Cauo Ynur Phir-tone ' " NUlil lu lie uuib iuui uiiiunuiio. .1. , i..'. M PORTLAND SEED CO.. 135 Fnnt J2bZjZaLTZLaZiZSS For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years m A Alt Weak? " I suffered terribly and was ex tremely wrik for li year. The doctors said my Mood was all turnini to water. At last 1 tried Ayer's Sanaparilla, and was soon I feeling all right atain. Mrs. J. W. Fiala, Hadlyme. Ct. No matter how long you have been 111, nor how poorly you may be today, Ayer s Sarsaparilla is the best medicine you can take for purifying and en riching the blood. Don't doubt it, put your whole trust in it, throw away everything else. II II a trttle. All araf rials. Aik yonr doctor whit hi think of Avr RrttirllU. Hi kutwM hImmii ttitt trtiMl old tamilv iMlMn, Follvw htsftdTir will fc rMtitii J. v. ati i o . iwcii, dim, DO YOU WORK IN TNL WET? THE ORIGINAL I LjJ" at-Aca o nut) anna saapbiu ON SAL Iv'.YtW an0 ' SVi'Nr1ADt FOR SERVICE. LOOK 10" AtW CMiloculi aRet SHOWING PULL LINE OP GARMENTS AND MA7 A J.TOWER CO.POaTON.MASS. ' . n jvab rKW 1.L ura BISHOP SCOTT ACADEMY l oaimi.l, UiuK.ui. Kuu.il la.Ji HU HotriB School for Boys. n-hitary and Manual TralnLr W rite fur llliilrii-, ('nia((n AR I I1UR C. NLWIl.L, IMncipal POCKET! Vl ''"""'"''"n.1 hchlihr. ....nt. riN kaV. no i.,i.y i vur i Lei. the oti..r m. aVJlI Wlo. n will , have f f I K1..1 r ,,rHy Uih riiiialn. nulfkW .lmlrvl all 1 llllllll III l:oill.nr...ll to tlii-KiKHl H ivilj.t.. . '"ii ' n-K n ihviiik ha ttv Hr ohiii. liiiirHeunn i, rui hi iI. or.W. O,. Co-. Agan,, I.V 6l llf.uvlaA llMa i Amcriiati 1 1 1 in, and bnt ruil dcicri vr)rW. Caullna I Ifit niniitii h W . 1,. J uuc lit' imiiic im! prlo Unid ou the Uillam. ulifi fnrrea tf lalu in iabU 1 ua: l,2.r!,7o4 Pairs. MsaamttUakMttaauaBMMiM Bjtlnitt Hurt Jkan Uoubltd la four faura. THK flSABONSl w.urio.iUi ih.iIim arwl apllt mor aimli turn aiwl i.Ul .iKwa t l.an All J. in lir I M a llittlilll.M'l HIM . W.I.Uouvluaii.Miatiil avtualnr.iila,i1iiUibT aiiU Kllli 16uuaiul J.UO il,. , l ci I, el i.mkr. an lomia to bm luit a tf'KMl. 1 lit will outwent iwv punt of siilliiarr -ini and fci.U. iIium. Uadt of tht as( Itathtrt, tncludlitq Patut Corona Hid, Corona Call anil National Kangaroo. r.il Vmimr ar.lH. mm4 Alwar BlMh RnLi f.W. W I, D.xluat H HllHiXMltiHiilM, blioea by mall. Vrt eta. aitra. 1,'alUia fr.-i. W. I,. nl til.AM HrorKon. Im Mew Year Resolutions Tiki lux iCootoy Curo SWaialUf bora llqaor, oplanaait ttotat wn piwiwiariiiiumii m. r. N.U. M. IB I SOS. i -rM ill ni I --mir ) j((ic$U BUCGIES. S Jlv bMtr aatlnfiv (Ion thjn anything on C th market Ht ftiiytMiiK Ilk tii price, be- C f ninf titer r m1'' ( isffKl itiMtaru4 19 j nimid ''Ori'uoii rtmdt" lion corni'ia om j holies, brucfH on nhnttn, lny buxihU 1 growth whfi-lt, HcrfWfl rim-, iryoawutit J V t-t Isfl anrtt tunt yon rr Ki'ttlntf vt-ur nn- f y'n worth, csik for lis-? I.iin" or J J mailt. J Mitchell, Lmwla Stnvor Cm. I r tsratlle, upukuno, Uulna. I'l.nlun.l, Br, i i i sa-l0!ASi y' M UNION MADt. a : ! H Su i s iTTTUElf writ In Vl cuaailuB tl M torlrtlaera ptaaaaj tula paper.