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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1898.
The Weekly Ghronlele.
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If at tvnt yon don't euoreed.
Try, try aralu.
For iten.rverai.i'e nverriina
All Ihllimil mortal ken:
Vn. I II you do ii.. I ! tlie fin
on want, r think '"
n r aale In la-uins you " ret.
Tli irl that a wanting jrou.
I,e pUrtlnd exposition ha been tx
wna another week.
GoLlmdale h nJJ P Pur wr
frank Mill'r nil halloon wock.
Ths Regulator "M he& of heep
w jroatJal thi morning, belonging to
flours. Boluin and Kelsay of Antelope.
The Kef0'0 wl" niake a trip to C as
mdretorn tomorrow. Will leave
pirtWI t a. m. Round trip 50
B'mI petition may still te obtained
at tliii office, praying that the present
(griff on manufactured wool be con
"What are you marking the prire of
th.t at 5'1 cent for ; It only cost 3 cent ?"
"I d.m't care what it coat ; I am (telling
off regard les ' cost."
Fwd Hillert, a loy about 12 years of
ift, living on the hill, fell and broke
til bund w hue at play yesterday. lr.
Hullinter was called and adjusted the
Kain, rain, rain ! We will soon have
so appeal to rongres to give ns an ap
propriation to put a roof over the state
of Wash. .Skamania County l'ioneer.
Cncle Sam would then have a very large
Eer. O. D. Taylor, manager of the
Colombia Kiver Fmit Co., says that any
one out of work or otherwise wanting to
ji potatoes, pick fruit or grab land, for
rai for payment, can secure the op
mruuiity on application to him.
SLim ruber the guessing contest at
ft and Mays tonight. A pleasant
asnainment has been prepared for
jm in attendance while the count is
nr.. . I r . 1 V f
nfir mane- 1 r.e luuzrea win in neenre.
r. I.. TtraiLhaw. J. B. Crosaen. W. II.
ifilson. O. I). Doane. II . 8. Wilson, and
A verv nieaaant time waa bad by a
a. . a . V. .
moer 01 sine irienua 01 Air. crnesi
ensen lasi evenme ai ins new nome
ear the Methodist church. It was a
birthday party, and with games, music,
and good things to eat, the time flew
rapidly by, until near 12 o'clock, when
A Dalle woman was notified by her
auk that she had overdrawn her ac-
. I 1 .1 1 .1..1I I A
yum iiv one nunuiru uuiiuri. cue eai
.own, wrote a check for one hundred
.t'.'.ara on the same bank, and promptly
swarded it to tnuke up the deficiency.
a.kee a women to master a great crisis.
k man would ever have thought of so
cat rv ana illume an exiwuieui.
The estimated expense of running the
rock crasher one month is XSS. Allow
:ng the remaining pnrt of the f-KK) for
jioseibilitics, the sum is not extravagant
f r the great amount of good it is doing.
The conncil are debating the proposition
f improving Second street, and Court
rom Second to Ninth and down Ninth
n all places needed. If they do It will
a pleasure to country people to come
) town from all directions, resulting in
u largely increased amount of business.
A fight between sheepherders in
which shooting irons were freely used,
centred Tuesday evening on Tygh Ridge.
Two herders of Ed. Griffin' and one of
I'm. ('Ie!l had difficulty over their
and of sliesp. Alter being separate!,
sheep were driven togctberjgain
tral times. This angered the herders
d they commenced shooting. Griffin's
un had revolvers, while the O'Dell
man had Winchester. None of the
rties were hit, although several shots
Prof. Frank Miller made another as-
i' wuion this atternoon at 3 o'clock. He
did sot rise quite so high as on Sunday,
""d floated in a westerlydirection.com
"g down in an old cellar near William
Micbell-! house, sustaining slight
bruisea. There were perhaps 2,500
people who witnessed the ascent, great
"uiul!!-, having come in from the coun
'-r7- Many of these will remain over
tomorrow, and it Is expected many
more will arrive. Mr. Miller announces
" us a financial failure, but he hopes
'or better luck tomorrow, when, if he is
"lrally patronized, his wife will accom
Winy him in his aerial flight.
"To tell the truth,'' navii young Ml" Ruth,
"If that new bahr (.inter
Had Hour awnr h.'re t atav,
I don 1 think c d hav miuvd l.or."
Snow fell at Antelope
week ago Sat
bucks are very plentiful along
r'ver and lakes.
The Regulator took out 700 head of
lieep this morning.
N. Harris' auction sale will be ron-
"ined laU-r on. of which due notice
Kill be given.
The sewer ordinance Is belmr enforced
n a new way, judging from the numer
overturned nuthnilrliniffl faInw llta
The Cihomci i has held the forma
ter than anual this evening waiting for
the senate in Washington to vote the
repeal bill, but op to 4:15 Pacific Coaxt
time no vote had been taken. The sen
ate chamber is, however, crowded w ith
members, waiting to vote.
5 :05 : The repeal bill passed w ithout
At the balloon ascension Saturday,
the aeronaut dropped a lot of handbills
when he had ascended several hum! red
feet. For this service tho halloouift
charged $2.50. They were found to be
Tease it Mara' bills announcing their
guessing contest, and is in line with the
firm's enterprise in advertising, which
Is as ingenious as it is varied.
Our show window waa recruited Sat
urday by some mammoth potatoes
grown by Mr. I'hil Wagner and some
onions by Mr. L. A. Sears, of 8-Mile.
The murphya are splendid specimens of
their class, none of them weighing less
than two pounds, while the onions, of
the Red Weathersfield and Yellow Pan
vers varieties, would "make the angels
To new subscribers and those who pay
up arrearages and renew we give them
the paper twice week until January
1st, lS'.i.). Do not miss this opportunity,
as it la the best you are likely to ever
have. Our offer is better than that of
any other paper on the coast. Just
think twice a week for all of '91, and
tho balance of this year, included, for
only 1.50 eighteen issues free.
A number of gentlemen of Goldendale
and that county have organized what is
to be known as the Klickitat Fish and
Game Protective Association. The ob
ject of the association, as stated in the
first article of the constitution is "the
protection of the game and fish of our
valley, the propagation of game, esjeci-
ally the Itenny pheasant, and the se
curing united effort for opening our
water ways for the migration of fish."
Pease & Mays store was packed Sat
urday night to witness the result of the
guessing contest. I lie Mandolin ciud
made the fleeting hour pleasant by a
series of sweetest selections. The judges
found the jar to contain 8,072 beans and
the pumpkin 575 seeds. Two tied on
the seeds, Mr. Otto Kochler of Bake
Oven and W m. Healy of Grants.
These have been notified of their "elec
cion" and will settle it between them
who will carry the handsome gentle
man's watch. Mrs. W. H. Wilson won
the ladies watch, guessing 8,.5.
Ffw men en thin terrentrtnl hall
Lfn rtiaaoli had at fate to tlout.
He lived and died eat emed hy all
Vuu auv he uever waa found ouL
Pease & Mays today received an in
voice of children's cloaks.
There will be a cabinet meeting of the
Fpworth League tonight.
We are sgain indebted to Senators
Dolpb and Mitchell for valuable public
Mr. Chas. North is buying a lart;e
quantity of late-keepitig apples and
Range grass is better in the south
eastern pnrt of Crook county than it
has been ia the laft five or six years.
The Chrysanthemum tea that was an
nounced to be given by the Ladies' Aid
Society has been jioctponed until the
foie part of next week.
The steamer Regulator left her dock
this morning with a heavy carg.j of
wheat, wagons and fifty head of ho8,
which are to go to Seattle, Wash.
A motion was argued this afternoon
before Judge Iiradediaw to disolve the
injunction in the case of Sabin vs.
Knightly arid Johnson, Cascade Locks.
John Kotter, a German, swore allegi
ance to America today, but there being
no prospects of war with Germany, he
may still cherish the fondest recollections
of the Fatherland.
The grand march at the domino party
tonight will begin at 8 .45 sharp, and all
persons in costume are requested to be
present at that time. All Invitations
must be presented at the door.
Mr. John Hanna brought in some fine
Empire state and Garnet potatoes today,
which he is anxious for some farmer to
try for seed, believing that no further
improvement of the potato is possible.
They are certainly very fine.
The pasnage of the repeal bill has pro
duced a buoyant tendency on the people,
even the wheat market feels its influence
for better prices. Our neighbor says :
Why, God bless you, yes, I had sweet
potatoes for breakfast this morning, the
first since the November election.
The Wkkklv Chronic i. is not re
duced in size, but Is sent out in two
parts, each part being a half of what it
formerly was. Subscribers still get
eight pages a week, but four of the
pages they get half week earlier than
they used to, making the news fresher.
The Monlfoinrrr Advrrllavr
Says: "Simmons Liver Ruu!ator litis
secured a reputation solely ou account of
Its extraordinary merits as a medicine
fur the liver, stomach and kidneys."
Hoard of KqaBllaatlon.
The county board of equalization will
meet at the court house on October 23d,
18'.to, for the purpose of equalizing the
county assessment roll for this year's as
sessment. The board will continue in
session one week. Jokl Koontz,
Mexican Silver Stove Polish causes no
WORK AT THE LOCKS.
rrogrea.lni rtaaly with I. N. Day ta
(ha Matan.na Flnunahlog.
The Cawade Locks is a livelv place to
put 3lK)or 400 people inside its lr.lers,
in addition to its former population, and
one thinks it an embryo city. Every
thing is In fail blast, even the giant
drill and its explosion. The town, citv
should have lieen said, has n.Med lid con
or t enty new structures during the pu.t
season, and is finishing up its improve
ments with a "Torntoni's Mid-winter
Fair Cafe." Pr. Candiana says San
Franciifo or Portland ain't in it, and he
is free to say that it will be the only
genuine cafe this side of Paris', and all
he will lark to give it a purely Parisian
ecUtwtll 13 the absence of tho KmWard
and the Chicago Plaisance, which has
already been arranged for. I intended
to mention that this place has a frontage
on the principal portion of the wide and
commodious avenue through which
pass street cars at intervale of several
minutes during the day and night.
The great governmental undertaking
of constructing a ship canal is being
pushed to completion, 75 to 100 laborers
are at woik in its confines, some are ex- i
cavating, some are concreting and others
are at stone work, cutting and laying.
The neighborhood seems to be alive w ith
latiorers and to the most incredulous a
vi.-i t will dispel all doubts of a want of
earnestness and determination on the
part of the contractors to push the stu
pendous work to an early completion.
Since pumping out th canal, they have
cleaned up its bed and have already laid
about 400 feet of wall on the north side,
and it is pleasing to say that they are
finishing the work as they progress. All
of the excavation is used at once w ithout
its being handled over several times to
fill up and bank in behind the finished
walls. Mr. I. N. Pay can be seen in the
midst of the laborers, dressed in a rough
brown suit and slouched hat, superin
tending the work in all its details. One
cannot I impressed with the thought
that he means business, and that the
appropriation must give hitu a good
margin after the w hole thing was done.
Stevenson, the young aspirant to fame,
and the capital of Skamania county,
presents lour square fronts to view,
which are only partly completed. The
city offers fine inducements on paper or
plat, and no doubt in the years to come
w ill be quite a little village. Should it be
struck with a railroad may be more. It
is understood a Pa'.les man has begun
business there. To give it a start, the
proprietors did not build a shoe factory
on a pile of rocks, but they have put in a
live newspaper, the publishers have all
the county printing and get all the land
notices from the Vancouver land office,
and are really pushing things for Itept,
as the boys say. Scarlet lever, iu a
malignant form, is prevalent at the locks
and fears are entertained that it will
prove au epidemic among the children
and youths. E. Edeiiez.
SAW MILL PROSPECTS.
Mr. r. II. Hut Arrlvea to Itrmaln
t'erinaumtly la the City.
Mr. Fred H. Rowe arrived on the
Regulator last night, and a load of his
household effects also came up on the
same boat. Himself and family are at
present stopping at the Columbia house,
bat they intend to soon go to "house
keeping" and will live in the Coffin
A repot ter of Tux Chronicle met Mr
Rowe this morning, w ho claims a former
acquaintance with the gentleman in
Southern Oregon, where he has had ex
tensive milling interest and fine resi
dence property at Grants Pass.
While the plans are not virtually com
pleted looking to the location of his mill
at this point, it is certain thai he will
locate with bis family at ThePalles, and
as be says, build as fine a house as there
ia in the city.
The primary reason for making hit
home here is on account of his wife's
health, which requires a dryer climate,
and that of The Dalles has been recom
mended to him by physicians.
It Is also certain that be will put in a
planing mill and box factory at The
Dalles. There are arrangements yet to
be made before it can be stated positively
that he will put in a saw mill here. In
the first place he has not yet procured
his thirty-nine years lease, owing to the
Union Pacific going into the hands of a
receiver at the time it did. Next a trial
must be made of towing logs up the
river from Wind River. It has been
suggested that owing to the strong cur
rent in some places the task w ill not be
an easy one. Mr. Rowe himself does not
believe it will make any difference, yet
he wants to be sure before setting up his
plant. He excts that at least 100,000
feet of logs can lie towed up at a load by
tho Regulator, and perhaps 200,000 feet,
and says that the boats of the tame size
on the lower river have towed as high as
650,000 feet. Other matters to be Iwked
after is a bonus to reimburse Jhini for
the expense of moving, immunity from
taxes for ten years, eU:. ,His Roscburg
plant Is now all boxed, awaiting ship
ment. He regards The Dalles as a good
location for his business, and can here
dispose of the slabs and sawdust at good
prices, which will go far toward meeting
his 0erating expense.
Sheriff W. A. Booth of Crook county
passed through The Dalles this morning,
en route to Salem with Chas. Crain, sen
I fenced to the penitentiary for two year
for larceny. The prisoner is only 24
year old, and has a wife but 15 and
baby. She I:k gone back to her father's
house to live. Stealiug amounts to a
pasMoii iili t rain, and it is a question
with some whether he, is not a klepto
u.aniac. t )n one occasion he stole the
Iml-t.-r of a w an. 'ii loaded w ith lumber,
tlie team having been taken off for the
night. lie unloaded the linulier, and
took the bolster home and was fitting it
to his own wagon w hen caught. He baa
stolen articles for several years In the
neightarhood and the people, tiring of
his peculations, had him arrested on one
of the charges. The judge gave him a
kindly talk, full of wise counsel, before
sentencing him, and It is hoped he will
bo cured of his folly when he is once
again a free man.
Mr. Jeflera Taken to the Aaylum.
Mr. W. J. Jeffers was taken to the in
sane asylum at Salem Saturday night,
In charge of Deputy Sheriff Phirman.
The unfortunate gentleman waa one of
our oldest and most respected citizens,
and the current of misfortunes, extend
ing over a period of several years, which
would have driven man of less stern
mould to destruction, has failed to shake
him from a course of righteous living.
"Melancholy has claimed him for her
own," but no vices have gained a foot
hold with tiiis sturdy son of old Scotia.
The recent -shooting at his son-in-law
was not a responsible deed and the trial
pending against him will of course be
diemissed. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffers have
been living with a little daughter on a
homestead near this city, entered within
the last year. They will still reside on
the homestead and do the best they can
without the help and counsel of the
husband and father, for whom they had
a deep and lacting affection. Insanity
ia the greatest curse endured by a
mortal, and it is sincerely to be hoped
Mr. Jeffers will be restored to reason
and his family ere long.
Scarcity of Change.
There is a great scarcity of small
change in the city, and any considerable
amount of it would almost command a
premium at the banks, who are now
cashing wheat checks, nearly all of
which end with some fractional part of
a dollar. The cashier experiences
something like a severe pain when he
cashes a check for dollars and five
cents, for then he must part with a half,
a quarter and two dimes. While the
banks are continually disbursing small
change, there is very little received back,
and the question "Where does it go?"
would be hard to answer. Two years
aito w hen Forepaugh's ciicus was here
a local bank bought up all the silver the
show had, something over $0,000. The
last of this ia now going, and the ques
tion of what to do when this is gone is
already commencing to be troublesome.
A Bin County.
Tha size of W'asco county, Oregon,
when she was young may be judged
from the fact thst in one of the old
record books of the county there is a
record of a marriage solemnized in 1S50
at Green River, Wyoming. At that day
Wasco county extended fi'im the Col
umbia river to Caliiornia and from the
crest of the Cascades to the crest of the
Rocky mountains. Colonel Sinnott of
the Umatilla tells of a deputy sheriff of
the old county who once arrested a man
in what is now Wyoming and the win
ter happening to set in about the time
of the arrest the prisoner had to be
brought back by way of New York and
Cape Horn. If the writer does not
forget the Colonel' version, when the
sheriff returned with his prisoner the
court and witnesses were all dead and
the prisoner had to be turned loose.
A Hoc "tory.
Boin, eight pis one year ago, twelve
pigs seven month ago and eleven pigs
two months ago, to the same white
China sow, the property of Lee Henkle.
After feeding them on 45-cent wheat
only two weeks, the eight pigs were
marketed Monday and brought t!4.85.
With 64.85 cash on hand, twenty-three
pigs and the original stock who can say
that crops never fail In Oregon, and
tlTathog raising don't pay ? Corvallis
A New Barley.
A valuable new barley Is the Egyptian
variety. It yields more to the acre, at
the same time lieing richer and making
better feed. It is superior for soup and
when ground and treated like corn meal,
makes bread Impossible to distinguish
from corn bread. CallatTim Chkoxk i-k
office and see sample.
During my term of service In the
army I contracted chronic diarrlm a,"
says A. E. Beneing, of Halaey, Oregon.
"Since'theii I have used a great amount
of medicine, but w hen I found any that
would give me relief they would injure
my stomach, until Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoa Remedy wa
brought to my notice. I used it and
will say it I the only remedy that gave
me permanent relief and no bad result
follow." For sale by Blakeley & Hough
ton. Captain Sweeney, V. S. A., San
Diego, Cal., say: "Shiloh' Catarrh
Remedy I the first medicine I have
ever found that would do me any good."
Price 60 ct. Sold by Snie Kinersly.
THE PORTLAND EXPOSITION.
Aw Obaerver Mpeaka of It In Terms of
The exposition is fine. Liberati I
superb. The President inform me they
win continue it all next week. The e-
position is worth seeing, you bet. "Cus
ter' Last Rally" ia a painting of great
merit, ana I worth one while to travel
100 miles to see it. It took two year to
paint it, and is worth 115.000 inst think
of the sum, fifteen thousand dollar for a
painted bit of canvass 18x11 feet. On
tho whole, the art gallery Is a credit to
Oregon outside of the "Custer Rallv."
Some has said the fair is not as good as
formerly I must differ with them.
The critics are those who have been to
Chicago. The Portland fair or exposition
is superior to all former ones. It is
really stnnendeous and not onlv Port
land but all Oregon ought to feel proud
of it. Ons KBVEB.
Mr. Ray Davis returned to Portland
Mr. F. C. Driver went to White
Salmon this morning.
Miss Grace Lauer left this morning for
few days' visit in Portland.
Mr. J. T. Lucas and family of Center-
ville went to Portland this morning.
Mr. V. H. Douglass of Buffalo is visit
ing Rev. O. D. Taylor and family.
Mrs. W. J. Strongof Portland is in the
city, visiting Mrs. B. S. Huntington.
Mr. B. F. Laughlin was a nasseneer to
Portland this morning by Regulator.
Mr. S. A. Lister, clerk of the Warm
Springs Indian Agency, was in the city
today on business.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Brooks, who have
been attending the Portland exposition,
are expected to return on the Regulator
Mr. F. M. Amen, of Orearon Citv,
arrived last evening on the Regulator,
visiting iriendi and relatives in The
Dalles. Mr. Amen is a former resident
of Tygh Ridge.
Mr. B. S. Huntineton went to the
Messrs. M. Jameson and H. French
returned last night from Portland.
Hon. F. P. Mays left for Portland
Sunday morning. He will return this
Mrs. G. C. Blakeley returned last
night, after spending a few days in
Mr. A. W. Patterson, of the Heppner
Gazette, came up on last night's train
and left this morning for Heppner.
Dr. J. Sutherland came in from
Spokane this morning, and in company
with Mr. H. S. Wilson, left today for
Goldendale to attend the Splawn case.
Mrs. J. G. Wilson, accompanied by
her daughter Mrs. C. W. Tavlor of
Wallula, returned from Portland" Satur
day evening. Mrs. Tavlor will remain
in The Dalles for a week s visit.
Hons. II. S. Wilson and E. B. Dufur
are In Goldendale attending court. The
case of Splawn vs. The Dalles & Rock
land Ferry Co., in which $3,000 damages
are claimed, will occupy the attention of
the court this week.
Rev. G. H. McGuffey. pastor of the
First Christian church of The Dalles,
took the train last night for his home in
the Blue Grass region of Kentucky. He
waa accompanied to the train bv many
of his earnest friends and well-wishers.
Mr. MeGuffev goes home for his family
and will return in about two weeks. On
his return he will take possession of the
Leslie Butler house, which he has
leased for the coming year.
Mrs Potter, of Goldendale, is in the
city visiting her daughter, Mrs. Pearl
Mr. C. F. Patterson, superintendent of
the Western Union Telegraph Co., i in
the city today.
Mrs. M. French, Misses Laura Thomp
son and Caddie Booth were passengers
on the Regulator this morning for
Rev. A. Bronsgeest, who as our read
ers are aware is travelling abroad, writes
to a friend in this city that, after having
travelled through Ireland, Scotland,
England and Holland, he arrived safely
on the 12th Inst, in Cleve, a city in
Rhenish Prussia. He says that he en
joved his trips very much and met every
where with such fine receptions that his
relations and friends might have easily
spoiled him if he had not lived so long
in Eastern Oregon's dry climate. From
the Rhine lie intends to go via uegens
burir. Munich. Insbruck bv the Brenner
Strasse into Italy to visit the principal
cities of that beautiful country.
LEE GUM KILLED.
Waa One of the Kobliera of the Flrat
Lee Gum, one of the three Chinamen
who robbed the First National bank of
The Dalles a few years ago, and after
wards made a confession, Implicating
the others and set free, has been found
dead in Portland. It is thought here
ho has undoubtedly been murdered by
some of his accomplices In revenge for
his ai'tion. Lee Gum was tho first cor
rectly-suspected party of the robbery
He had packed his trunk and put it in
the express office, and instead of paying
no further attention to it, stood in front
of the express office for half a day watch
ing It. This lead officer to break open
his trunk and make a search, when a
part of the stolen treasure was found.
He at first made foolish answer to ques
tions, but finally broke down and told
the whole story.
The Oregonlan relate the circum
stancea of the killing, but I at a loss to
know whether it I a ca of murder or
"The dead man was employed in Quan
Lee' wash-house, on Couch street be
tween First and Second. He was strong;
and healthy, 23 year of age, and a hard
worker. Lee Tong, who appears to b
foreman of the gang employed in the
place, tays that Ieo Gum had been Ick,
and was lying on a bunk on the second
floor about 1 :3l) yesterday afternoon,
when Toug went to visit him. Tong
found I-ee lying on the floor, with the
revolver grasped in his right hand.
There was tome life in the body, and the
boss Chinaman, Lee Roy, was sent for.
He In turn sent for Dr. Giltner, and
pending the doctor's arrival the wounded
man w as lifted to his bunk. When the
doctor arrived the bodv was lifeless.
According to Dr. Giltner's opinion, it
had been in that state for some time.
Coroner Hughes was then notified, and
he had the body removed to the morgue.
Leo Tong claimed that the deceased
was subject to attacks of heart disease,
and during the past few days had been
Buffering from a severe attack. He as
severates that Lee Gjui committed sui
cide because he did not like to be sick.
Other Chinamen residing in the house
say they did not hear the pistol shot.
and when an attempt was made to ques
tion them last evening they were pain
fully ignorant. Lee Loy insisted that
Gum had gone away and would be back
in a few davs.
"The circumstances have given rise to
a strong suspicion of murder, for China
men are very rarely guilty of self-des
truction. Coroner Hughes intends to
sift the matter to tho bottom. He will
hold an inquest over the body at three
o'clock this afternoon."
Clara L. Jeffers and W. J. Jeffers to
Eliza M Jeffers, lot E, block 28, Fort
Dalles Military Reserve to Dalle City ;
Elizabeth and Wm. Chambers to Al
bert Weigelt, lot G, H and I, block 23.
Ft. Dalles Military Reserve to Dallea
Those who have used Dr. King' New
Discovery know it value, and those who
have not, have now the opportunity to
try it free. Call on the advertised drug
gist and get a trial bottle, free. Send
your name and address to H. E. Bucklen
& Co., Chicago, and get a sample box of
Dr. King's New Life Pills free, as well
as a copy of Guide to Health and House
hold Instructor, free. All of which is
guaranteed to do you good and cost you
nothing. Sold by Snipes & Kinersly.
Cashing Certlflcatea of Award.
The premium list i9 compiled for
awards at the second district fair and all
those holding certificates can have them
cashed at the secretary's office.
J. O. Mack, Secy.
Oej rf t Ictt Vwjti Uucintss rcn ia Cilcagfl
1 .Ltiti7i of tho groit Br3trot Co.
rr.Ar.Ac:;';, siecplessness, nervous
Vt ' ' Z"'i'lfl Cv., Elkhart, Ind.
i t. .,i .'.t: r ? I i.iko plciifurp la Inlhrmlne yon
v . i i.i'i ciul ruaulLi wan u liuvo followed
,M i l ! 6 1 HrToaTive NiaviHI
,.; -oct ui'kMlwilu. r'ora year! was
.'. i i-t v.. a " Vini at ilio base of the
l- i. ai"l 'j 1 -.: ;,orii"n of tho Mnai cor.L I
., . A l't flesh anil was sreatly
' LT V J j troubled wlili sleepleMiieaa.
v." C t t- ' Ymir Ncrvino waa liinlily
r. . i-nofi.'.. i o lr.c. M y caMj bail been ao olmtf
. i. l ! iiuti mi conliilnnce In tlio elliracy of
any I...... i ini). V.'ta a lnt romirt 1 contented lo
t.i. .1 a irn.1. Much lo my mirpriw. I experienced
iriarkwl Iviielit ; my aleepleanneai dlmniieared;
my lu i.il.u In WM removed; myapirltaaudiieneral
en. i eooM
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a'Tia tcnaNio ano will shown MTaiciii)
Man miud My wile iatakfiis the Nervine wili
e 'jctofruaulu. Louis I. VAKDBmvaaa,
COLO ON A POSITIVE aUARANTfC
TRY Dfl. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CTS.
M IIV IlLAKKI.KY IIOl OIITON.
ONE DAY CURE
CWR.MHBCJ PORTLAND. 0
tor Male by MdIuo Hlneraly.
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