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Daily Capital Journal.
BY MOrrai? BROTHBK8
MONDAY, JULY J3.18JW.
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J)ILV LINE TO PORTLAND.
i This Week
Altona and Ramonafj
ox a m.
rcttljnd, 6:45 a m.
Salem, 7145 a. m.
Independence, 6jo a
Quick time, rrgular crticc and cheap
. ...rnlei ...
M. I'. BALDWIN,
sv s 1. 1 S9 . w
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The Perfect Waist
A new line of Persian pal
tcnis, and new stripe effects,
t J, Dalrymple Co,
Dcnrixirn, tlie bookseller,
buBlneifl trip lo Portland
DAsattunvRUY' Ilt'iiT Win. Heard,
n young limn who has been working
ut Salem, came upon Monday's local
to vlaib his brother-in-law. Rout.
Weddlo, who roHltk'H nlxiiit n mllo
northeast of the city. As thu train
was passing Wcddlo'H place Heard
Jumped from tlio jilatform or one or
tho car?, bill not being an expert In
thnt lino ho alighted on Ids head and
Hhnuldcr. He was found soon after
and conveyed to tlio hnuso and Dr.
Hawks summoned. Heard wan found
to have sustained a deep cash on tlio
head, ono 011 the right shoulder, and
was bruised all over Ills body, but was
not dangerously Injured. It was a
foolhardy move on young Heard's part,
and ho Is fortunate to escape ho easily.
Climax PI lit?, at !U) cents a plug, Is a
bonanza. Try It at Ollbrot Pat
terson's, I Kit
l- -I1-LI-.M..L 111. l .1 -
Monday and Tuesday
wc will sell
Our 20o dimities for.
Amazon dimities ...
Colored dotted Swisses lfc
Soo our grand display of lino
zephyr ginghams In corner
window. Prices reduced from
15o to lOo a yard.
Hemeuibor im for straw hat, sununor
underwear, tan shoes, summer corsets,
silk mitts, etc.
.Willis Bros, & Co.
,. Court and Liberty.
Tlio Cash J)ry (loods, Clothing and
Wc take two lines of
mohairs and cut them
square In two.
Four pieces of elegant place
even at 75c 75c
Four pieces of fancy Jac
quard mohairs In tans,
browns and grays and two
pieces plain, same quality,
nllGO-ccnt Roods 25c
Six pieces or those elegant
place and cashmere effects,
colors rivaling tlio finest
tnohalrs,put them out tills
week at thp price of com
raon ducks 12Jc
They are woven colors and
regular 20c goods.
Fancy TafTeta Klbbons All !
we have left at 25c ;
Capes Kxnctly half price. !
T. ftoiversoD. f
Dr. J. A. llichardou -petit Sunday
at Gladstone Park.
Jesse George, the popular lunch
counter man, has mastered the bicycle.
P. H. Southwlck, the contractor,
made a business t rip to the met ropo
E. S. Durkco, ol the state printing
otllcc, went to Portland on the Ituth
Captain L. "K. Pratt left this morn
ing for Oregon City and Portland on
a visit to friends.
M. McDonald, of the Oregon Nur
sery, left this morning on a business
trip to Tlio Dalles.
Samuel W. Ilaydcn, district attor
ney, went to Albany today to attend
Jmlxf Ileum's court.
Tlios, J. Chcrrlngton wctit to New
port today. He will send for his
family shortly to Join him.
John Hrophy went to Champoeg on
the Iluth this morning whero ho will
visit friends font few weeks.
Judge G. P. Terrell cuino down
from Mcliamn today, where ho had
spent Sunday with his family.
John Roland, bookkeeper at the
stato Insane asylum, returned from
Jefferson this morning whero he spent
Chas. L. McNnry, deputy county re
corder, returned this afternoon from
Lebanon, whore ho spent Sunday with
C. M. lilshop returned this morning
from a business trip Into Southern
Oregon In tho Interest of the Salem
C. van Patten, carpenter at the
Chcmawa Indian Training school,
Hpcnt Sunday with his family In this
city, returning to his work this morn
ing. Hon. II. L. Harklcy wroto from
Pioneer, Ohio, under date of July 0
that ho would leavo there In a fow
days with Mrs. Harkley for tholr homo
City Recorder Ed N. Kdcs and II.
W. Meyer returned Sunday ovenlug
from 11 two days' fishing above Sliver
Creek Kails. They report u lino trip
and lots of llsh.
i. H. Smith, of tho Salem Improve
ment Company returned Saturday
from n trip to tho Quartzvllle mines.
Mr. Smith says everything Is moving
along nicely at tho mines.
Rov. N. Shupp, presiding elder of
tho Evangelical church for tho Sa
lem district, returned to his homo at
Portland this morning, having con
Chronicle of Events and Individuals at the
Directed Upon Persons and Things by tlie
Oood Natuted Man.
Wm Tonnlnrrs HrVJin IS fl PreshV-
Mrs. J. A. Oywnne of Eugene came tcr
down on the steamer Sunday to visit i " .
friends at Salem. j The 'solid south no longer exists.
Mrs. C. W. Hoechen and son Arthur. Neither does the solid north,
returned Saturday, from a week's ' .
vllf. n t Gladstone Park. It will be the sailors and the tuer-
Mrs. John Hughes and daughter, chant marine against the railroads
Miss Genevieve, went to Gladstone
Park via the Ruth this morning.
Miss Mabel Carter was a passenger
to Gladstone Park, on the Ruth this
Oregon voted solid In the Dcmo-
cratlc national convention for Arthur
Scwall, of Maine, for vice president.
morning, where she will apend several
Mr. and Mrs. Hinges and little son
spent -Sunday at Independence, re
turning home on the Ruth this morning.
Mrs. Lola Pried came up from Port
land Sunday evening and Is visiting
with her sister, Mrs. O. D. Rcnnlc, of
Hon. and Mrs. I. L. Patterson and
the children, returned on the Ruth
this morning, from a visit over Sun
day at Independence.
Mrs. A. Rlchardson.accompanlcd by
the children, who has been the guest
of her sister, Mrs. E. II. Flagg for
several days, left this morning for her
home at St. Helens.
Mr. and Mrs. N J. Damon and Mrs.
E. P. Osburn left this morning for a
short visit at Gladstone Park. They
will also visit Portland friends before
returning to Salem.
Misses Edith Frlzzcll and Jessie
Crelghton and Mr. Earnest Lane re
turned Saturday evening from a two
weeks outing at Lebcanon. They re
port a very pleasant time.
Mrs. J. G. Wright went to Portland
this morning where she expects to
meet a granddaughter, Miss Greta
Roscnburg, of Seattle, who will visit
with Mrs, Wright for several weeks.
Prof. Heritage and Winkler con
ducted n sacred concert at Gladstone
Park last evening before a large audi
ence. It Is pronounced unusually fine
by those who heard It.
TO VISIT MT. IIANIKK.
L. G. Cochran, professor of natural
science In Willamette university, left
this morning with the Intention of
exploring Mt. Hauler. The professor
has provided himself with a camera,
and will no doubt secure many beauti
ful views, aH souvenirs of the trip.
At WInlock, Wn., tho professor will
Join G. II. Tucker, Prof. Forrest and
others, and together the party will
commence tho trip. Prom "WInlock
tho party will go by team as far as
possible, when they will abandon the
wagons and walk. A delightful trip
Is anticipated by tho party r
s v 4S "0 sft" s
iWUntll further notice our store will
jlojcuit 7 o'clock evenings except Sat- '"yiB
Frank E. Hrown left this morning
on his bloyclo for Woodburn and Hub
bard. Mr. Hrown Is working In tho
Interest of tho University Association
and reports success In his work. Last
week Mr. Hrown visited Oladstono
Park and Portland.
John II. Audrlch, of McGregor,
Iowa, nn old Iowa fellow townsman
and nowspapor contemporary of Tim
Jouhnai. publishers, Is In city. Ho
says silver sontlment Is growing
rapidly all over tho country. Ho Is n
coinmorclnl travolor whoso territory Is
in tuo united mates.
X Horse Radish A,
A) Mustard, "v
"A: Mustard, 3C
X Baylc's X
X AU Kind X
l'llKSIlYTEKIAN CIIUItUH NOTKS.
Sunday morning Rov. Steele deliv
ered a sermon to tho children and
young pcoplo or tlio church who occu
pied tho front seats. Rov. Stcclo
choso as a text I John, 5, 21 verse:
"Llttlo children keep yourselves from
Idols." Tho pastor pointed out very
clearly the many forms of Idols to bo
encountered with and also explained
by what means they could bo over
come. Tho sermon was of peculiar
Interest to tho children, being iiiado
moro so by tho Introduction of Illus
trations throughout tho discourse.. ..,
Mr. Colo, our excellent tenor, was ab-
sont from the church choir Sunday
owing to sickness. "Wo hopo to seo
htm In our midst In tho near future.
Mr. Cole's olllce as secretary of tho
Suuday;school was lllled by Miss Mario
Rockwell. .... Mr. Luko Lynn has as-
coptcd tho position of basso In the
church choir and participates In tho
ovenlug exorcises Mrs. Ella H.
McDowell snug 11 beautiful solo Sun
day morning that was In harmony
with the occasion sluco It contained
that familiar line "Suffer little chil
dren to come unto mo, etc.".... Tho
Y. P. S. 0. E. Is planning for another
of Its pleasant social events to bo
given In tho near future Tho En-
deavor socloty had a male quartette
at Its meotlng last ovenlug.
Senator Jones, of Arkansaw, Is
Bryan's national committeeman, and
the fight will be opened in New York
Senator Teller endorses and will
support to the best of his ability
"William J. Bryan for president of tho
The silver men In the Democratic
as well as the Hepubllcan national
conventions were courageous In de
fense of their principles.
Hrlcdenthal, the Kansas Populist
state chairman, is enthusiastic over
Bryan's nomination, but old Pcffcr
howls through his whiskers.
That committee appointed by the
Salem Republican club to revise the
lists of the club and strike off silver
members met and decided not to strike
off a name.
The Democratic convention met to
select the strongest candidate the
party could present. There Is no
questioning the Judgment of the con
vention. To the creditor Mr. Bryan
let It be said that he hud no managers
grooming him for the nomination.
Governor Boles, of Iowa, says: "I
think It the very strongest ticket
thnt could bo mado for the doubtful
states In tho Northwest, which arc
Kansas and Nebraska, and both the
Dakotas, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois,
Jndlann and Michigan, with probably
COURT HOUSE NEWS.
Sheriff Frank Wrightinau went to
Wilholt Sptlng Sunday afternoon,
returning home this morning. There
arc not many campers ut this resort
yet. .Mrs. Wrlghtman and baby arc
enjoying themselves hugely at 'this
The rooms to be occupplcd by
Sherlir Wrlghtman in the court house
bascmentarc being thoroughly cleaned
out and will be kalsomlned prepara
tory to occupancy by tho new sheriff
County Judge G. P. Terrell spent
Sunday at his home In Mchama re
turning to Si'len this afternoon.'
Messrs. Bozorth and Stalcy arc still
working away on Ex-Treasurer
Miliums books, the work of which will
not be completed much before Wed
nesday. Nothing as to tho condition
of the books or what the result of tho
examination will reveal, could ba
Bicyclk Track Benefit. The
Wilson &Sroat bowling alley will be
run free all day Tuesday for the ben
efit of the bicycle track fund. All
proceeds of the alley go towards re
pairing tho Wlllson avenue track.
Bicycle men and Everybody Invited to
Do Not Forget That Our Grand
Bargains This Week in All Lin
e.. ...... p.. ort.l...n
ni-vuiu uoowiiuit. oueouroc I'ras 1. no.t,,..,. r.
Damask Bleached, 20c. Pull lino of Satiw. . ,. n'."c?
Sec our Gc Crash.
11 ic. Full lino of Llama at Oc. Pull inn ,n.".l.,.nd
8c. Shirt waists at cost to close-
-fl fnli 1. ,l
silks at 21c. BnrualtiB In dros iwm,i 11. r .."h
nosier. uiuKiiiiis in unaerwear.
Our entire stock
257 Commercial st.
Do you want to keep cool or
not 1 It you do use lime juice,
only 30c per bottle, quart, or
what is the matter with some
of our fancy lemons at 25c per
dozen, Pineapple at 10c per
can is pretty low, is it not 1 Yet
that is what wc are selling at
JuJy'S? JU'y '3-WhW' S.fe
3 jcT Vork' My '3-siw. : I
w.7 TivJW :?rw"" va!!
Flour Port and o
2.HS : craham. i.cn! .,,-?, rT? niJ.
Oat.- White, 2628c; grey, J4J2D
lay Good, 89,,erTn:5 "
57c ,Va"ey' VMi'n "V,
.Mil stun. Hrijn, $I3.oo(iii4.00;o,u j
Poultry- Chickens. mLed.tta. &
Base Ball Nkws. The Albany
Colts defeated the Portland Mono
grams In a game of base ball Saturday
afternoon with a score of 21 to 10 In
their favor. It Is hard to tell which I
team will bo given tho credit since
protests aro lllcd on each side. How
ever, the playing of the Albany team
was far superior to that of the Port
land team. Fleming as pitcher ror
tho Albany team did remarkably good
work and supported us he was by such
an excellent company of players,
much was accomplished. Sunday
morning the Portland Monograms
and tho Astorlnns played a game that
resulted In victory for the Monograms
with a score of 112 to 12. Thus It will
bo seen tho Albany Colts will repre
sent Oregon In tho baseball tourna
ment with the California teams-provided
protests that havo been Hied
against members of that team cannot
bo proven. It Is claimed that several
of tho members or the Albany team
are above the ago of 18 years and 0
months. Tho protests havo been for
warded to San Francisco whero they
will bo considered.
A Card From Mr. Allen,
Salem, Or., July 12, Wi'. '
EditoJeunal: "Will ynu;ple.iM
correct the statement In your dally or
last week, wherein you ay 1 tendered
my resignation as deputy cler'-.ar.d
asked to liayc the same consldeied at
I did not hand in my resignation,
as stated In your paper
Mr. Ehlcii Informed me that the
Republicans of Salem demanded that
a Salem man be given the place, and
that he hud promised It to Mr. Tur
ner. I presume, to sallsrv that de
maud. Very Truly,
It. D. Allkn.
Think It Over.
Have you ever beard of a
the One True Wood. Purifier, hai mnvcl
and over again, that It ha power lo cute.
even alter all other remedies fall? If yon
have Impure blood you may take Hood'
Rkvkalkd iiv Post Moktkm. A
great many will remember of the
death of J. W. Jones tit Jefferson last
week. Concerning a post mortem ex
amination held over the remains, the
Jefferson Review contains tho follow fellow follew
ing: A post mortem held by Drs. J.
N. and J. C. Smith and W. C. Hawk
on Thursday revealed a curious fact.
Tho heart of Mr. Jones was on tho
right sldoor tho body, tho liver on tho
lort sldcjln Tact tho Internal organism
was completely transposed, what
should havo been on tho right side
was on tho loft, and vice versa. Such
a case Is new to tho medical world.
Many Passknobks, Despite tho
second reduction In faro made be
tweon Salem and Portland by the
Southern rnclilo Company, tho steam
boats are all doing a big business
along tho passeugor line. Tho Ruth
"cKS itSartSyiB i 2; z:tK T1 T V",rty, 1,asscn
tyou know that Hoo.Pi Sarwiutllla I Kers "'"board on her trip down the
One True Hiood Purifier, ha proved over rlVcr. About one half of these
boarded the boat at Salem. The
other boats also report an excellent
Pabsuu' Tjikouuh Salem. Tom
Sharkey, tho rising young salor-pugl
list, of San Francisco, passed through
Salem on tho northbound overland
this morning for Portland. By Inquiry
or tho porter It was learned that tho
woulcMxwjhainploii or tho world had
not yet awoken, and wo wore deprived
of tho pleasure of seolng tho ambitious
Mektinq ok Uoakd. Tliero will bo
I a meeting of tho board of control of
ISalom hospital at tho hospital this
, evening nt 7 o'clock. All members of
tho board aro urged to bo present.
jk t i IPs . y '
Spring chickens Doty 's
Sananarilla with the utmost confidence that ! l,llssenger trade.
it will do you good. : -
itooui imr asuit ingestion. 35 cents.
Republican club will
meeting at Its
rooms Monday night. All members
uro requested to lo prcsont, Claud
Gatch, president, Geo. P
hold an adjourned
LEKT poll SAN PltANOtsco. Mevnr
Cohen, tho young Journalist of San
Francisco, who has been tho center of
considerable Interest of lato owing To
trouble with his prospective father.
In-law, has left for San Francisco,
Mr. Cohen still thinks his fiancee.
Rogers, sec. ' truo t0 '' and hopes soon to bo inar
rieu nnit rorirot the nast. iu. i.t
Strong's restaunint-has a high repu.; pleasant and agreeable manner Mr
tattouto maintain and cannot affortl J Cohen mado many friends while In
toservopoor meals, oven though tho Salem.
Home Fuom Idaho. W. B.
returned Sunday from Bolso City,
Idaho, where ho has been for several
months. Mr. Kirk says, while there
aro a few Idle men up there
a man can at present easily secure
work In a hay Held at Sl.GO or $2 per
day. Tho people there have also felt
tho hard times and money Is not as
freely used as formerly. Prom $l..ri()
to U2 per day Is paid all laborers and
good board cannot bo obtained for less
than $.'. There aro a great many
mines aro being developed quite rap
Idly, ono of tho richest mines In the
northwest being located In tho Silver
City district. The heat is very op-
presslvo In Idaho, tho thermometer
registering HI degrees In tho shade a
few days since." Mr. Kirk Is very
favorably Impressed with the country
and after spending a couple or months
In this city will return to Boise City.
Police Couht. Dave Hayes, a
drunk, was given ono hour to leave
town this morning and when lust6een
was shaking Salem dust from his feet
ina very lively manner.
Chas. I). HnoJ, Drokeraud Manufacturer's
Agent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies that Dr.
King rew Discovery hs no equal as a
v.uuB.1 rcmsuy. j. u. Hrown, Prop of St.
James Hotel. K Wayue.Ind., testslles that
lie was cured of a Cough of two years stand,
ng, caueed by U Grippe, by Dr. King's New
Discovery, ft. F KfcrriU. lialdwlnsvllle.
Mass , says that he has used and reccomendad
It and never kuew it to fail and would rather
nave it than any doctor, because It alway
cures. Mr Hemming, 222 E. 25th St.,
Chicago, always keeps it at hrad and has no
vfi n-?1iP,..,bcau$eJt inst"dy relieves,
tree! rial Dottles at Fred A. Legg's Drue
BIDS FOR WOOD.
Sealed bids for furnishing wood for
tho court house- will bo received at
tho otllcc of tho county clerk until 2
o'clock p.m. 0 1 tlie .th day of August,
A. D., ia!)fl, as '.nllews: For "0 cords
of pole nak,ii'id 20 cords of good, clear,
largo body llr.
Bids, however, will not bo received
from ono party or firm for more than
from five to II ft ecu cords of pole oak,
or for moro than live cords of largo
By order of the county court of
Marlon county, Oregon.
Dated ntJSalom, Oregon, this JOth
day of July, 181)0.
L. X. E:ilen,
7-1(1 dllt wilt Clerk.
New Cash Deal.
Cash Is tho magic word whether It
rcfets to gold or silver, and tho PIc
ncer grocery of Salem Is giving the
public the benefit of what I twill do.
No customer allowed to leuye the
store. Cash buys tho goods, and tholr
cost cuts no figure with the price.
Call and test tlio cut prices.
13-tf John G. Whiqiit.
When Baby was stele, wo gavo her Castorla.
When the was a Child, sho cried for Castorta.
When sho became Mks, she clung to Castorla.
Whoa sho ha J Children, sho gave them Castor!
prices uro tho lowest,
Goto Strong's for your meals.
Stayton Hour Branson & Co.
"ioti'll bo surprised when you try
Hoo Cako soap, and wish wo had told
you sooner. It Is mado by patented
process. j 9 tf
There's no clay, Hour, starch or
Having Hoc Cak? Soap to&JtiftS&S&lSSSS
your tatchen or bath once J Hughes. j off
mnSlways' ' Choice frlers-Doty's Market. 7 tf
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the SUcdod.
Cholera In Egypt.
Cairo,-July la. For tlio whole of
Egypt, on Saturday, there were re
ported a02 now cases of choloro nnd
321 deaths, sovcral of tho deaths being
In Egyptian Armenia, at Wndy Haifa.
Major Roddy Owen, tho famous
Uganda explorer, has died or cholerr
We offer One Hundred Dollars re wan! fnr
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. I.ClIENKV &Cn . Tnlr.ln O
,..We' the untlersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 1$ years and believe
mm perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
Uest & Truax, Wholesale Drugoists,
Waldino 'Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Urugclst, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent
Itee. Price re r nor liil. i.i v,.. .11
druggists. ' '
soten: iiucki. .nr. ...... .,-..
turkevs. v'tW.r: aT'.'X SS
II des..gtcen, salted 60 lb Sc: nnj
60 bj44cj sheep pelis, io7oV "
..u,. .w,cKun, 10 3c, accorUmj toqui.
Butter. .Oregon fancy dreamery, joOJt.
fancy dairy, 20; fair to tfnO, K. h
Cliersc .Oregon full cream, 10, '
ligB'1' .Oregon, lie per dui.
Ueef..Topsteers. 3.00)3.25 pd,, Uu
to good steers. 2)2 35c; cows, ly.MV.
drced beef, 1 jfeTo ' V"
SAN FNANC1MC0 MARKET.
a,n , I7Jxncisc. , Jly J.-Whsat, e
Wool Oregon, choice, oyXC'Inlcriwi
Sc, valley, 9ioc. T
Hops Quotable at 2filc.
Potatoes 6o8oc per sack.
Oats Milling, 7583.
Wheat.. 43c per bu., market firm.
Hay .Haled, cheat, 5.013.53; limnh;.
Flour.. In wholesale lots, 3.00; retail,
3.20; bran, hulk II.oj; sacked, u.co;
shorts, 12.oo13.ooj chop feed, 11. art
Poultry .Spring chickens, toe Id.
I logs.. Dressed, 3.
Live Cattle.. 22,
Sheet... Live, 1.2 5.
Uuttcr.. Pest dairy, Scj fancy creimcijj
Cheese . uVJc.
Farm Smoked Meats , Baca, 7c: btaj
90; shoulders, 5c
tiucklcn's Arnica Salvo
The best Salve in the world 1 for
Sores. Sores. Ulcers. Salt Kheuu,
and all Tetter. Chapped hands. Chilblains,
Bruises, Skin Eruptions, and positively carts
Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
Live t.cr fee satisfaction or money refuoJev.
Price 25 cents a box For sale by Fred A
There's moro clothing destroyed b;
poor soap than by actual wear. "Hoe
Cako" soap contains no freoatkalland
will not lnjuro tho finest lace. Try It
and notice the difference In quality.
m fet S IP
r.Sie P0 & Barker, agents for tho
o. 11. Sc is, and Union Paclllo railways
regarding special round trip rats to
the Hepubllcan national convention
at. bt. Louis, the Democratlo national
convent on at Chicago, Peoples party
v2Kt'?nt,-8.nil,t5t- Loul8' national con
vention Y. p. s. C. E. at Washington,
,'S" ?,unal educational Assocla-
nntln UUUa,0 ' Y" a,ld G' A-
national encampment at St. Paul,
Minn. 6:8td-d&w '
Found -Purse, with money In.
owner can havo sanje by proving
Property and paying for this notice,
can at Journal otllcc. 7-l(Kt
. !.V ' ' i ' ;. .! nex
DID VOU EViat tuner v- --.
vousnessT When every nervesJ
to quiver with a pefuM',S
fooliuc. first In ono place, and Uwn wotwr
ma all scorned Anally to cpneentraw .
unci all seemea unai.jr . . - .
..... ....v,i t tha brain, ana J1" 77
cooe irritable, fretful and
followed by an impotent, werfewfl e
tica of tlio nerro centerK "'", '
oars, nnd sJocploss. miserable nlM r
Br. MUes' aftiJWiJll
hart, Ind, sajs: -ma
was nlmost gone and oytry 1 j.
Vsrrlod mo nntll I wit 'fse. I
I really feared Iw'Sfiill
Imagined all sorts pf crll thlnP a
cry over nothlnc. I """fJStl-
ortbU wonderful 'SJT
mo. and 1 am as well now M "L-iA
t, itiiM Norvlno U sold on ' f-S
l fnttpttto viU benefit or VW"