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fMfcAfcMd atiiMiMjejjaMiMli Mra, TXary -1L O'Ffillon of Hqua, Q IT1 the Miy Ulan RfotAtteaidied; and loek et bar lit1 Opt Raised, fw lie Dead Loner and Tdrrlblu Illness from Blood Poisoning Completely Cured by Hood8 Sarsaparilla. Jin. Mary O'Fallon, a very Intelligent lady of IMqua Ohio, was poisoned while assist ing physicians at an autopsy 6 years ago, and soon terrible ulcers broke out on her head, arms, tongue and throaty Her lialr all camo out She weighed but 78 lbs., and saw no prospect of help. At last sho began to take Hood's Sarsaparilla and at once Im proved; could sooirget out of bed and walk. She says: "Ibecame-pejrfectlycured by Hood's Sarsaparilla and am now a .well woman. I weigh 128 lbs., cat well -anddo -the work for a large family. My case seems a wonderful recov ery, and physician look at me In astonish ment, as almost lilcejone rained from the lend." T5o jsuro to get Hood's. HOOD'8 PlLT-8lioul be in every family medicine chest. Oflco uiedjalirarf preferred. WORLD'S FAHVCmCACO. , . Calumet Avonue and 29tb Street BJllTCI B Fireproof j 241 rooms; nenr Fair alU I Grounds; bulbs on evcrj floor. -. American and European plana. RhRMI T II to Ha day. UrsKlana family DnRUnUf 1 bold. Wrlto for circular. Stove Without Flue. There has recently appeared a fresl. illustration of "what knowledge is oi muiC worth" in the dangers thatcomt from tho pitiful ignorance of the sim plest facts of science still prevailing among presumably well informed per sons. Certain "patent fuels" have beei put on sale, to bo used in stoves without chimney connection and aro advertised as being entirely harmless. The natural result has followed. Gnlli bio merchants, ministers and even doctors have been buying them and nearly smothering themselves or their friends with the gases which must result from the combustion of any form of. carbon. The makers oi these fuels state that ventilation is re quired with their apparatus, but their customers reason, Why let in tho cold air if tho fuel is harmless? or they imag ine that ono opening from a room into a hallway secures "ventilation." Probably most of tho victims of the patent fuels have read about the procest of combustion, but they have not learned its nature from experiments that would make this knowledge real to them. Their education has been of tho antiquated but not yet abandoned kind, which sub stitutes thq study of books for the stud of things. Popular Science Monthly. Afraid of tho ISIgness of the Fair. The Chicago exhibition must be like some scenery whteli, being too vast fou tho human eye to follow, of itself de stroys the impression of beauty and leaves nothing but a vague astonish ment as much mixed with pain as pleas ure. It is no more possible to see it as a wholo than to 6eo any other district cov ered with houses, and it is difficult oven to visit it, forljo ouo, not even an Eng lishman, can walk the distances. The topography has to bo learned, like that of some great pity, and tho artificial irieaus. of convoyadpo are all crowded s,Beyomij their power. Houses without end, statues withput nujnber, distinctive 'flags, in thousands, beautiful and curious 6bjeQta.in-wiyrJad3j spectators In droves, o roar aS of JLondpn ntmdilay,'a hurry as of-nion catching tho jndrnink trains can all tliat tend tf jnnko the attention ',-wJiich, rill are Hurntn,ouedv to pax of the elightestTahie-for their future hours? If tho visitors enjoy it, well and jjbod. The enjoyment is ,not vicious, though it is low. But for the result, the man who 'has himself rowed out a wilo into Lake Michigan and there thinks of all he has escaped and its meaning will obtain far more. London Spectator. DR.GUNN'S X TBOYXD LIVER K PILLS AMIIBFHYSIC ONE PILL FOR A OSE. 4 jnonnnt of the bowili each day.leaoaaaaarr Cor haaKb. Theae pUU apply whit tb tjmxtm laaka to make It recular. Cur uea o&e. trtWUa laa Xru and clear la Complexion better Uaa toemetiee. The art mildly, neither (ripe nor ileken a other ptUe do. ToooDvlnoeyooof their turtle we null cample fre. or fall boa too. Bold ITerjrwnere. Jioeaako lf.Ml.Ca, la4lpa. Pa. Bold by Basket t VanBljpe. r jrattr ti&A f f S9 j yF .11 tmBET B IX- SYPHILIS! A New Remedy A true SpedBc a poeithm and permanent eliminatien: cfafl pouca from the Uaud. and a restoration c h llfay vigor to ihe umj u oflereJ to auffotre t Uk nrtt ume U a remedy which tiafbeeiiiudergoing the mptlKvcrer prime tt for the p lee yean. St bat not yet failed. endunllitt,amaa Trua Specific, be Sypiuhuc poison and all blood dUeatte. Doyoabe be ut Scad for full particular and proof free. .Stop filling your yeunn erUa owreury and other pouona. Thu remedy will cun you m 30 loud without fau, M'm cvaravatw a cur or refund the uioney. aVUrau MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO., )T ttwt POMXAXD, Off, OPEhATINGI ON THS DRAIN. II ll treating m hof rot nn injury ncirri Of ft Ten Tfr ffaftfre, A-Wjftgod 15 ho(f roceivail n blow on tflo right fcldrt of lifa licnd ttbm n pair of torigfl eight tlayn boforo lilfl ndmldslon to tlio li03pitnl Threo days after tho acci dent n convulsion utidilcnljr sot In, Involv ing tho right side of tho body, beginning In tho arm and spreading to tho leg and fnco, find followed rapidly In four days by eight other convulsions nnd paralysis of tho cntlro right sldo of tho body. Most of my readers would unhesitatingly at tribute tho convulsions and tho paralysis to this blow from tho tongs. But it must be remembered that tho right sido of the brain supplies tho left sldo of tho body, and vlco verso. Ilenco Mr. James Har rlsson suspected that tho paralysis of tho right sido of tho body indicated tronblo in the left half of the brain. Examining his head, ho foundon tho left Bidon small scar at tho junction of tho arm and leg contcra. Inquiry elicited tho fact that 10 years before ho had received a severe blow thoro, which, however, had not been followed by any serious symptoms. Could this old injury, after bo long a time as 10 years, possibly bo tho causo of his pres ent serious trouble? Further inquiry brought out tho fact that for about a year before his admis sion the boy had repeated twitching of his right arm. So convinced was Mr. Harrisson that modern cerebral locali zation was right that ho opened the boy's skull, not where most people would sup poso would bo natural namely, on tho right side of the head, where ho had re ceived the blow from tho pair of tongs eight days before but oil the left side, at tho site of tho blow 10 years before, and at a definito point namely, over the fissure of Rolando, at tho place corre sponding to the motor center for tho arm as established by experiments on ani mals. Although tho first injury was received so long before, yet tho paralysis showed that it was the left side of .the brain that was involved, and tho twitching of the arm showed that this was the particular part of tho left side of the brain where the injury probably existed. Mr. Har risson punctured what seemed on the surface to be a normal brain and opened an abscess, and this boy, otherwise ab solutely doomed to death, mado an unin terrupted recover'. This is only ono instance out of prob ably more than 160 cases of abscess in the brain which havo been reported with in tho last seven or eight years which havo been diagnosticated with the same accuracy and by the same means. W. W". Keen, M. D., LL. D., in Harper's. Tho rower of tlie Mind. "The power of tho mind to delude it self is simply marvelous," said Darius Manes. "How people conceive them selves that certain actions of theirs, pr state of thought move tho infinite to definito action is simply marvelous. ,Not over a year ago a friend of mine was seized with a dangerous illness which threatened his life and worse. He im mediately was seized with remorse for past offenses in tho face of coming) dis solution and sought by prayers and of ferings to satisfy tho wrath of tho great unknown. He becamo so overwrought with worry that he was moved to tears and on more than ono occasion did vari ous things which afterward in good health he admitted were ludicrous and idiotic. No change, for tho better icame for a long time until a change. of physi cians was effected. Then ho began ito re gain health,, and tho jsipkrwas eventually cured. That was not 'tho beat nor ivforst '6'Mt nlft - "During his return journpy.td health he attributed all his tbooy ant-feelings and recovery to (the devotions ofjiimsolf and others, offered to tho Maker and stated that the Lord must havo guided tho second physician to hiin or him to the second pbysicjan it didn't matter much which, just so tho Lerd: did it. 1 talked with his physician afterward, and wo began discussing the cure andifinally drifted in the fellow's religious revolu tion as related to. his cure. The physician figured 'out that -ho 'Would have been cured a month sooner if ho had rested his mind and quit Asking tho Lord for anything at all or begging fop divine intercession. I beliovo.iny .f rien d agrees with that opinion, now, but you see just Jjow far a well balancedmind can really deludo itself."-rSt. L6uis Globe-Democrat. The Cut of the Summer Skirt. Skirts aro getting -wider and. wider and being worn and still more worn. So exquisitely are these wido skirts cut that the "ordinary onlooker.bas no conception of their real witjth unless a lady should daintily lift tho horn of her gown and raise it to arm's length outward to her shoulder at each side, as the skirt dancers do those accordion plaited arrangements in which they delight, and. yet leave enough fullness to fall prettily to her feet. "Womon of the,pat decade, wqro igno rant of 'thq'art of cutting. Making -woa the irreat thine- in their day, attd'then to display tho making, and tho frills and furbelows the distended their garments, but now Ideas havechancrod. and though women may go in for full underekirta when .summer weather calls for light ethereal fabrics- they will never, never wear a crinoline again. It is bad enough that they have their old friend, the foun dation, back again. Lining throughout was eo much nicer. Fashions must change, however, and no quo could be bo absurd as to suppose tliat women could adopt the style and stick to it forever, as some would like to do for convenience and economy. There is not one scrap of clumsiness or bulkineas about the skirts. They fit quite closely around tiu) liips and are really pretty and graceful. London Cor, Chicago Herald. TUo Iron Enter OnaWau'a Bole. "With all my heart and eonl," ex claimed Rivers, sitting down on the edge of the bed the next morning after the housecleaningand pulling something put of Ida heel with a strong pair of pliew, I abominate and detect th iacoa tacker Chicago Tribune. , viiDjsriwoi ttAPivtm omwJaittxvmDA.x.JVi'r.utm& 35fi35fi53! 'V3!2Bymi!M'JJUUMW mimujjwu BniEF ESSAY ON CYCLONES, A former' Tennvanj-ean ItrUtfa Horn of If la Enpeflrrtfce fn Oklahoma Territory, diaries D. Freeman, who wax until recently a poilco justice in Chattunoogit, is now a resident of Guthrie O. T. A tew days ago tho Chattnnoogo Times re ceived tho following letter from Mr. Freeman: As wo havo been having n cyclono ev ery day for two weeks with Sunday mat inee Professor Hicks says they aro going to kcop a-coming for a month yet I just thought that for fear one would wander off down to Chattanooga, I had better warn you against them and tell yon right now, don't you go to fooling with them cyclones. You cart juMp on the silver issno, or tho Chinese exclusion bill, Or 'tho police commission, or if you run short yon "can give Cap Elliott a jab or two, but don't you fool with cyclones. When you see something coming that looks like a sand glqss with h 1 in its neck and whiskers on its breast, that's a cyclono, and if you ain't got no cyclone cellar you get down in U manholo and pull tho trap down and wuit till the couds roll by. Don't you go to trusting in Providence either. When Proviflenpt goes towork and setsmp a first olass cy clono in good running order, he is too tired to go ahead and keep tho cattle off tho track. You never saw tho water lifted out of a river clean down to the bed for half a mile, did you? Nol You never saw a church stecplo jammed clear through a stono building, did you? Nol Well, don't you go disputing it just 'causo you didn't seo it. If you'll come hero to Guthrie, I'll show you a tree ,out there in tho park with a Bpado run through it. And still that cyclone wasn't satisfied. It had. to go waltzing around over the country and kill two people and lay out 14 others just as good as dead. If they had told mo tlmt a cyclono had separated tho Red sea and lot the Israelites pass over, I could havo believed it, because, I tell you, these fool cyclones will do any thing. This thing of scattering dead people all around over a prairiq twp or threo miles from whero they live and have a fellow looking arqund over tjwo or three townships for a departed friend, and then maybe ho can't find no, two pieces of him together, I tell you is ab solutely disgusting. When a negro preacher was- going around here last year making speeches and telling everybody that if Cleveland were .electocl soma great calamity would happen to us, I thought that "nigger" was talking through his "hat. I know better now. That "nigger" was blown clear over into Lincoln .county, and. the coroners of this cqunty and Lincoln(are lawing over his remains. Don't you fool with them cyclones. Old man Hugo thought he was telling something awful startling when he told that yarn about that crawfish in tho "Toilers of thoSea.'" I'll tell you that crawfish ain't-in it with ouo 6f these, hero cyclones, Just think of a follow who never dono nothing to nobody going around hero with both arms broke I I can't see no sense in it. I don't think there ain't 'none. I am a friend of yours. Don't you have noth ing to do with thein cyclones. Ifiyoq do, don't blarao me. Xlim'a Impulsive. AUrentare. A west end young miss has never"' been known to takd A dare. Close to her homo is a veneering factory, 'ahd the other day there was a sign hung out for a "Boy Wanted." It happened that the young lady had several of her friBnds visiting her that day, and from the front window they could read tho sigu. "Ti na, you dure not go and apply for I that place," said ono of the young ladies prest ent. "Who says I daren't?" responded Tina. Without further udo sho rigged hursolf out ip a suit belonging to her brother. Fixing her hulr-in n manner that it Oould not be told, slut sallied forth. Her move ments could bo watched from tho house, and tho scene that followed was a most laughable one. Tina walked boldly into the factory. Tho clerk approached her, and sho said tliat she wanted to apply for tliat job. Tho clerk looked at the pretty miss' face and smiled. "How much will you give me?" asked Tina. "I won't work for leas than ?4 a week." Tho firm would not pay this much, and Tina walked out, highly insulted to think that her services were not worth mora than $4 a week. Cincinnati Enquirer. Muuir to Deatli by Ueea. George Hogan, living at Lynch'a Sta tion, Va., while waiting for his wife to get ready to go to church, noticed that ono of his beehives was swarming and went into tho yard for tho purpose of catching the swarm and hiving it. The bees were full of light, and as soon as Hogan walked near a large number at tacked him, and be was stung in many places about the head, eyes and now. He1 was carried into tlio nonse ana a puyei cian summoned, tyut before the doctor came he expired in great agony. Hogan was 83 years of age. Cor, Atlanta 'Con stitution. Cheap Htetorle Housea. Historic Itomes are cheap in London. The house of the banker and ioett Samuel Rogers, was withdrawn from an auction aale recently becauso of tha smallne&s of ttasXida. This house, still in a fashionable quarter, was in it prime the rgeort of Fox, Wellington. Byron, Moore, Sydney Smith, Words worth, Macaulay and a host of other great peoplo. Rogers occupied it for nearly half a century. A ropuUr SoPtf. "Sweet By and By" was written in 1801, and the original manuscript may Iia un at flin WnrM'j fair.. It is a trreat hymn and does not go. cut of fashion vtvw ev amvv. "V, v.M ,.- flMT, IX SPASMS A DAY. Sr. Itltei'Sfedtcal Co., Elkhart, In. OuRUMLti I.neTtr lose an opportunity to scontrieiiil lr. Mllei' KeitoratlTe Kcrtln toanr t t ,. ononnilctedultliiitrroiiecoinplalgu fl SAZTi wl'n tho "Mirnnce that it will not "-' uUappnint ihcm When our boy iw rhtoen miinthol1 he w si attacked with Tlolent ,Mint. sometimes he would hart fiva or til ajuuiiiaenigieuey. wcjniio naitr pmyii. IT. as ia without crimt: uuauy uur aruc 'comaaouueu 1 wJ. . Dr. ifllei oratlve KttflllUli I J Tina We tried . b- tile, and " IVttlW could ate that we SSFHOUSANDS ly litftlthyi Yqu era at liberty to um mr name In aeunpjNOfTrici.riiAisc or this woMDthryi Hiukvi. a. u. uzacox, A(tnt Pacific Expreaa Oa Heatlnc. Ksbratka, April th, 1891 Dr.1 Miles- Nervine, kot csaTiiH cum ros headache; heubalqia, kebtous psos- TWTJ0H, SIZZlfrESS, BPABM3, BLEEPLE$3- HESS,(DHLLHES8, BLUES, and OPIUM MBrt, BOLD ON'A POSITIVE GUARANTEE. TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CT& 8old by, J). J. Fry, dru!Bt, Salem Tlio .Slttrr htutuu oi Ailu itilinn. It has been frequently noticed by men who visited Moutuim'n exhibit at tho World's fuir uiuco the bilver stutueiof Justice was nuveiled that whenover there was a party of women without es corts around tho htatue they invariably got to laughing at a grout rnto.as if thoy had made somo great discovery vfhich was just too good to let tlio horrid men into the .secret of. Yesterday, however, in an unguarded moment ono of ithoso uucoiibcious critics let the cat out of tho bug. Thero were four or five of them standing aroimd the statue gazing at her classic pose, when ono of them, who had been lookjng intently at the ankles of Justice for sov- 2rsl,minutea, suddenly burst out with, "Oh, mrUv8hq's bowleggetl just Ioolfl There was a gathering of heads in one place and a craning of necks and much raising andi lowering of eyes, as if try tag to mentally follow the direction taken by Justice's ankle whore it was lost under tho folds of her toga. Then there was a unanimous nodding of heads and a great ileal of giggling as if tho discovery constituted ono of ,the rarest jokes over heard of. A careful survey of the linos of. Jus tice's right ankle confirms tho criticisms passed upon her by tho women. There can bo no question that, taking the orig inal departure of tho ankle from tho foot upon which it rests, and extending it in a straight lino, the upper end would leayo the tnnin trunk of the statuo some where about three feet aboyo tho pedes tal and if further projected would .strike tho roof of the Mines building, about 1C0 feet north of tho point immediately over her head. Tho only f osslblo way for her anklo to reach tho main trunk of her body after starting out tho direction it has is to describo a sort of horseshoe bend somowhore about tho kneo joint Chicago Inter. Ocean. Wedding I'reeenta That Count. Asido from tho money that will bo, set tled upon tho Duko of York and his brido by parliament thoy will have enough in tho way of wedding presents to support them during their natural lives should tho Radicals upset the throne and leavo them to their own re sources. In such a case the Duko of York could go to Now York and open a jewelry jtoro that would ustonish tho natives, with judicious advertising and proper use of his title so as to bring about quick jales. Even at a small profit on such tales a sufficient sum would bo realized to enablo tho ex-royal pair to live in jtyle in Now York and to cut a pretty large swath generally. The value of these presents in money cannot bo yet known, but rumors of what will como from India and other English posses sions are already rife, and they are moro reliablo than rumors usually are. They indicate tliat the Duke of York will nood to build somo very largo vaults to hold even the gifts that will be bestowed upon him in what may be termed an of ficial manner by tho governments that he will ono day be at tho head of if all things go well with him. Then will como tho gifts from other European nations with which England is on good terms', and it is already known that those will be of the highest value. Last, but not least, will be the gifts from the peoplo of England, not to speak of Scotland, and In a leaser degree Ireluud. Every organization of patriots in England will send something to prove its loyalty, Philadelphia Press. 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An infaliiblo remedy for Nervous nnd General Debility, NervoosiPrpstratlon, Creeping: Paralysis, Weakness caused by Debllitatingltosses, Bxcesacs or Over-indulgences, In cipient Softeuing1 of the Brain or Paresis, Dissincss, IrOSS of Memory, Confused Thoughts and all Brain, Nerve or Sexual "Weaknesses. It has no equal in restoring tho Stomach and Brain to its normal condition following tho abuso of Alcoholic Beverages, or indulgence in tho Opium, Morphino or Chloral habit. oi natures and injured, your nervous system ? euro you. It contains no mlnoral poison a SMITH BROS., CONTltACTORa & PLA8TEHBR8. Leave ordern atCottle-l'arkhunstbloclt.roora IS, Balem, Oregon. HORSE TRAINING. Have bad 18 yeara experience training far track or carriage. Tenna reasonable, fan be found at Weataoott'a atable, or ad dread Halem (W-lra JAMKM KINU. MONEY TO LOAN On Improved Ileal Kctete, In amounti and time to ault. o delay In considering loam. FEAR & FORD, Jloom 12. limb Uank block. 6 ISd FOR SAHE. On eaay term and cheap. A SO arre orchard onHunuyHideNo. one, Smlleaaouth of Balem. 6Mt-dw JOHN 11AHT. Fnrw fr Sale or Trade. A-... .....Mil.. U.. f UnkllMll eonulniuc H7 aoree trill trade for property In or near Balem. M. U IHJVK. B-aw Muuumiiy, ir II P. M. CARS. 1 1 p. m. Cam leave Hotel hw4 PejtMce dally for Asylum, Peiilteittlary aad Cemetery om Capital City Railway. Car leaves & a. m, coMcet Igwkk verlaad trala. ana cam leave Motel every ft Mri-Hic lrow i'4 a. w. to XI . m. for all poiutx o tke lla CU wi rHie-nr Tralao, Fresh- NeWsr nnd Candles. J, L. BBNNETT & SON. P. O. 731oolc delivered at T. W. TH0RNBURG, The Upholsterer, I Itemodelt, re-covers and rilnt JUliAOKHMITHING 'nphOUterta rurnitare., FlnU Hon fai,t t, . cI work. Chemeketa atreetj otate (Street, - - Balem Htatelnaorancebiock. NERVE REVIVER and THE WILLAMETTE, SALEM, OJREGOF. Hates, 2.50 to $5.00 per Say The beat hotel between Portland sad Baa FrancUoo. Klrat-claa Id all 11a appotetsaaU. Ita tables are aerved with the Clioicept JFvuMs Orown in the WUlamelte Valley. A, I. WAGNER, Prop. FARM FOR SALE. A H AUO MNtOo ncrea with Irnpmvomenta over half uncUr cultivation, rtst paatureand aome good timber. Torma very ey, Adt d ea o. h. XSU, 0-J7-lmlw Wheatlaad,Or. PKOKBSaiONAL AND I1U8INESS OAKDB. v. it, n'Aiior. oko. a. BiicauAM. D'AUOY & BINOU.V.M. Atiorneya at Law, Koonu 1, a and B. U'Arcy HuUdmif. 141 ttlute atreet. special attention given to busl neei In the eupreme and circuit courta of the tale. 3 11 R ft -WuJ. (l'IMi r K4aM watr i, non. unico 27 ixmmerclul atreet. 1 UJirWU AttApniwa low U1ri !. TILMON KOKO, Attorney at law, Balem, Oregon, -Otllce up alulra la PaHon block. H Y HtnnVtl A ,n.MAn n l U.l.m rvA- ,, gon. Olllco over limn'a bank. T J.B1IAW.M.W.UUNT. HUAW41IUNT fj. Attorneii at law. Offlre over CapluU National bank, Halem, Oregon. JOHN A. OAIWON, Attorney at law. room n and i, Uuali bank building, Balem, Or. II. IT. 1IONUAM. W. II. HOLMKH. BON HAM 4 HOLM EH, Atiorneya at law. Oltloe lu Huah biook, between Wte and Miurt, on Ooinmerclnl atreet. K. PoaUK, Htenographer a4 Tjp , wrlteat Heat equipped typewriting of. but one In Oregon. Over Muah'a bank. Balem, Oregon, QTKLLA HIIUnMAN-Typewrttlnic and O commercial alonotruphy, room 11, Gray pTock, hlratcluki work. Hatea reaaonable. Dll A. UAVX4, Late, Pnt Oraduatof New York, gtvea vpeclal otientloa to the dla. ettaea of wuuiua ind cblldrea, non, throat, lunga, kldneye, akin dlaeoae and aurgary. Ottlue at rtaldenoe, lol Htate ttreeu Ooaaulta lion from Vio3a.iu.undato j p. ni. 7-1 4a;) W J'ilYrtlOIAHANDMIWBOK, OBlce aioroiomerrlal atrtet.ln KUtrhKfc blook, ' llealdence 7o Oomineel wet. i a llllOWNK. M, 1).. PhyKMiadnf j. geon. Office, Murphy btojkj ratdar, a, omumclal atreet. DK.T U HM1TH, DoatM. Ml Mta atrrt Salem. Oregon. KlnUthed lUaiiail opetm. ttona or erary ueacntniuai. Uomaapeowuy, WIi, PUUII, Archlteot. iaM. nmHei . lions and uierUieMdfM ar all ala U ot building. Ooe KM Owatl t-a itn atnlin. areet.r)ptaln. P. J. LARBEN & CO. Maaufacturer of Wo, Cw rlimeB, Me. Ftapulrlng 'Ll r bu KOTanoN uoiiaum,j ap.u. w.- aUdiuevry WffafiJ' u ru w . j At m w r'i 1 OI , I n'W t7T ""