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rHE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 21 IS99.
The Weekly Gbroniele.
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HT MAIL. rosTACS PSKTAID, IS ADT4BC1.
in nnmnirir it
out, and it ii now "spatikin' cleau.
E!der C. P. Bailey will preach at the
Calvary Baptist church tomorrow even
ing at 8 o'eVck. All aro cordially in
vit,d to attend.
A child' gold nccklaej was left in the
Collins, was so rapidly diepoinR of, re-' ,,e'?ins room 'l I' Maya' store
A.'.vrr'.lsir rate reasonable, and mudc known
U'LE," The LittUii 0ou.
This morninj tbe body of Mary Lentz,
daughter of John Lonlz, who resides on
Xea! creek, near Hood River, wag
brou 'hi to i his citv and buried frm the
Catholic church. She died at the family
tome Thursday, and was 22 ye.ua of age.
As it was not c inveiiient for some of
tbo CuiDinerci.il bowlers to tnaku the
trip to Portland today, the entire team
gave up tho idea of bowling for the
Feldi nheimnr trophy ll.ii evening on
tlieR-iad Club alleys i:i that city, r.?
was intended yesterday.
Dr. O. C. Hollistor came up from
Portland 1-JPt night and rpent today In
the city. Ha informs na that Mr a.
IJo;!i!cr and liltlo Floroi.ca have been
euilViiiK' with tho meases tinea they
went to Portland, i'h.-y aro domiciled
at the Corti?, curt.tr Twi-if.h and Wash
ington, where they will be g!al to re
ceive their Dalles f : icr.dd.
The arrival of tbe edito.-3 in cir cily
on their wuy to Portland sccm i to bo as
iinoVcik-d na haj been that of the
soldier hoys. The latter case ia cow
decided and they will coma direct to
Vancouver barracks. B r. tho editors
we'd, as the luh water will prevent thu
D. P. & A. N. Co. providing fur the tri;i
down the river, wo are nrv in the dark
as to their movements, k liters gener
ally movo in the Uiiik anyway
Runaways ar.i the order of tho day,
ar.d latt (-veiling Mr. Cross' delivery
team concluded to no home when he was
delivering goods at the Columbia hotel,
and to that end started off at a lively rate
op Union cut. He was, however, soon
stopped and did no harm. This room
iru', however, a horse attached to a cart
on First street had a warm chase, and at
Jones' cigar store ran up on tbe tide
walk and almost floored a man standing
there, tie got rid of the cart after
smithing it np, and started off on his
own hook, ending we know not where.
No better lesson could possibly have
been given regarding the necessity of a
fire alarm system than that of yesterday
afternoon, when it was almost impossi
ble for a time to discover where the Are
really was, even the Bremen at first
darting to a portion of the city remote
from tho fire. They, however, got there
just the same and in a remarkably quick
manner considering the out-of the-way
location of the conflagration. The
South Siders made their debut, and, it
I" said, by their ( Hurts saved Mis.
Hart's residence. It is thought tho fire
was itarted by children playing with
matches, as no other cat.se can bo as
signed, and they were seen coming hur
riedly from that direction as the fire
broke out. Mrs. Hart and Mrs. Kern
soo are fortunate in having their home
left to them.
A telegram received f'om Mr. L. But
kr informs his son, Trnman, that he
will arrive in the city this evening.
The Seaside house at Clatsop is this
jar to be under tiie management of
0. S. liersey, a well known hotel man
of Portland. Two years ago Mr. Ilersey
M charge of Gear'hart.
The absence of opposing candidates
caused election to be a somewhat tame
flair today. One would scarcely have
known anj thing unusual was occurring,
hd it not been for the saloons being
eloeed. Few votes are being cast, but
the candidates will be elected never
theless. The funeral ot Nat Moore took place
yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from
"le Methodist church, and was very
largely attended. Tho remains were
"'terred in Odd Follows' cemetery be
"Mthabed of roses, the gifts of the
"'any lii-nds who mourn for him.
AiiKiiiu thuse who were granted ttnte
I'Tm Fiidny by ths board of education
e nolioo the names of Misi Kinnia
Ix-rls and Mrs'. Kllen Baldwin, of our
'fno"K receiving Hate certificates j f ir
,,,0'lidoiiins, C. L. Gilbert, Ella Cooper
"'"1 M.ipglo E. Flinn. A life diploma
htsalso been Granted to Mies Atinlo 15.
Thomson as a graduate of the Mon
mouth normal Rchool.
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jeHterday, when the inonmmnt
"'i in meniorv of Latimer Booth was
""Veiled, were very beautiful and touch
nti and tho tinging by male voices
eP"cially mellow and tweet. When the
wrmes were ended they filed past the
"'r m murueuts which bad been pre
iou,ly erectej left and , tribute ol
The Columbia Is doing a regular Jig
0Iy. not simply walking Lot making
1 rlar run on the bank. This morn-
l 10 o'clock it stood at 38 8, and
an Inch an hour
eeo rUIng about
lurneu to ntg nome near Dufur. Since
his return he I as di-coered that much
more ot hij property is missing, and bss
Sent word to officers here that awong
other things he is minus 200 bushels of
wheat and a g.od c,.v. Cu'.lins was
bound over Saturday in the mm of ."50,
and his dunces look siim.
litre is sometiiinj that t!.o (.'pr.eial
pubiio thxnld n number, on 1 help to
euto'c, too: "A fine of not less than
two nor nioio than fifty doll.m is the
'uiiaiiy unier tue ias . vteztr.i to
se.l, barter, traile, yivc, r,r ia any war
fuinUh a minor tobacco, cigar?, c'jja
rcttes or any con, pound in which tobac
co tortus a component port. A fino of
not Ices than one nor moio than ten
dollars ia imposed on any minor found
nsing tobacco, in any of the abnc
For several rcatons tho Childrtna'
Djv fxerois.-sof the Methodist Sunday
school were postponed u: til yetterday,
when a vfry l.'.rga number of parents
ami friends gathend at 11 o'clock to
lifitcn to tho songs and recitations by the
children. Tho program chosen waj
particularly pretty and tho little ones
did their parts exceptionally we'll, while
the assistance ler.deied by the choir
a ided much to t!:e exercises. Th of
fering taken was for the church edu
It would seem tint tho Shult family
have decided to partially shut down on
newspaper work, regardless of the loss
which the newspaper Geld sustains by
this decision. S. P. Shutt, who for
some time has been publishing . the
Snr.ipter News has disposed of that
paper to Edward Young, who will con
tinue its publication under the new
name of Blue Mountain American. We
trust with the charga of name will not
follow a change in nature, for we have
watched with anticipation the coming of
the News, which always contains some
thing of in'erett. The lone Herald,
edited by E. M. Shult, has alt-o been
sold to ' Georgo S. Parker. E. M.,
however, will not leave the newspaper
field altogether, but, as far as we have
learntd, will oulir.no as the racyriter
on the IIeppnr Times.
The council at Eugene has passed an
ordinance prohibiting the wearing of
hats and bonnets at all entertainments.
Eugene is behind the tunes; that
question has long since been settled by
the ladies in The Dalle?, and seeing
they were so magnanimous, their gentle
men trienda are about to spring tbe
church hat question on them. It is
very evident they are determined to
down the milliners. This will no doubt
give tbe advocates ot woman's rights a
strong argument on w hich to base their
assert! n that woman positively has no
rights when even her Easter bonnet
must be dircaidcd. Might as well put
a quietus on Easter altogether, and do
away with church services.
It does not seem to bo "one by one"
that death Is claiming old and young of
our oitv ; but its ravages are becoming
more dreaded every day as resident
after resident is called away. This
morning the summons came to Mrs.
Emilie Harper, w ife of Hiram Harper.
She has been suffering from heart
trouble more or less of late, but this
morning died tuddtmly about 10 o'clock.
She was about 68 years of ngo and
came here from Meadow brook, Kan.,
seven years ig She leaves a hnstiand,
one son in the Eaef, and James,
Henry, William and John residing here,
to whom her death wai a great shock,
coming so unexpectedly. She was a de
voted Christian and u very estimable
woman in every sense of the term. The
funeral will take place Wednesday, but
the hour has not yet been determined.
0 all tho steals that were ever
"istoled," there is certainly n steal that
will compare with ono thut robs a
cemetery of the flowers that have been
placed there to beautify the last nsting
ulace of loved ones. It is really
on circus day. The owner can have the
sa:no by applying at the store.
The j.jnl-.rs cf tho Corgregational C.
E. nra preparing for a social for the
benefit of the Bal ios' Hiiiieof Portland.
Look cut for their rotico in a few days.
R-'ports now say that work will bein
o:i the iniK-h-ta'kcd- f rail ay on ti e
Ec.rih fide of tbe river Fiidnv. Tmim
will h; pnt to wrrk at Columbus on
V.-i! sales etiil continue to be made
each day, a few clirs bavin been sold
tor novels, but t.-iey were of tho very
tcst qnality ; the average price beirg 11
and 12 cents.
Norths Fourth of July the O. R. &
N. Co. will sell excursion tickets to any
rail station within 300 miles from sell
tag station at one fare for tho round
trip. Tickets on salo July 2:id, 3td un 1
iia ana win os (iooa lor return p.issago
np to and including July 6th, 1S03
oiI was brought into tho city from
Grass Valley last evening by J. Harvey
Smith that a man by the name of Al
bright, who fyas been making his horns
with Divid McAlvey, about tbiee miles
from Grass Valley proper, had hung
himse'f. N- particulars were obtained
concerning the snicido other than that
it hud occurred Sunday.
Messrs D. M., J. W. and S. French,
who left here in company with C. J
Craudall yesterday for Hood Riyer, for
tha pnrposo of examiuicg the water
power at that place and determining the
advisability of obtaining power from
thut source to be used at tho electric
light plant here, report very favorably
as to the result of their investigation.
Rnv. and Mrs. G. Hashing and A. G
itoering will leave ou tomorrow morn
ing's boat for Turner, in this state,
where they go as delegates from the
Christian church of this city to attend
the state convention of that church,
which convenes at Turner on Friday,
the 23d, and continues in session for ten
days. They will be accompanied by
Miss Grace Smith, who has been visit
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Rushing for tho
J. N. Compton, who was charged with
larceny from a dwelling, had his hear
ing before Justice Bayard yesterday
afternoon and was bound over in the
sum of f 100. Bonds being furnished he
was released from enstodv. It seems
that Compton entered tho homo of J. C.
Campbell, of VVapinitia, on the 24th day
of May and stole various household
goods, among which was a stove, which
it was proven bv the testimony that he
This morning the river here stood at
40 8, ii rlae of two feet, and has con
tinuid to rise outing tbe day. the re
port says it will Btand at 44 Friday; and
that while the river will continue high
for several weeks, tho maximum height
will probably occur this week. Cooler
weather will prevail during the mxt two
days. This morning the rivers stood as
follows: Lewiston 20, rise of 1 foot;
Wcnatchee 37, rite of 1.5; Northport
23 3, rise of .9; Umatilla 24.6, rise of 1.2.
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY EXERCISES
Every iiiaWr dut aad th Eatlr
frufram a Traat.
is really with
h a inn that Tun CnnoNici.K publishes a
reward notic for tho apprehension of
anyone stealing flowers or anything
else from the O ld Fellow. cemetery ;
but it Is a fact nevertheless that of late
many flowers, vases, etc., have been
taken from graves by those who are not
worthy to be termed human beings.
Other thoughtlessly pluck U' A urers
which aro grow ing on graves and appro
priate them for other graves or carry
them away. This seems almost Incredi
ble, but It is no l.-fs trn. It U a dim
cult matter for tho sexton to bo a police
man In oil parts of thu cemetery and n
delicate matter to call tho attention of
persons to fucfc thrt ; therefore" the
warning iJ puhlished. We must add,
however, thatin Ibis case surely adver
tising n ill be of no arail, for It cannot be
that any reader of Tn CnuoMoi.it
would dresm of suili an offi nx.
Prof. Strong, of Now Haven, Conn.,
has accepted the presidency of the uni
versity ol Oregon st Eugene.
The cistern at the corner of Second
and Court streets now has its new hat
on. The frame Is of railroad Iron with
Don't mention the wind here, if it
has kept you busy keeping your
head on your shoulders today. It does
not compaio with tho experience of the
people in Sherman county yetterday.
At Wbcj it fairly blew the front off the
O. T. Company's store and made things
lively for a time, while at Biggs the
sand was torn up al a terrific rate.
Down the river they had a joung
cyclone, mid trees were twisted and torn
out at tho roots in a fruit orchard ttiere.
There ia one man in town who can
stop the tow n clock ; and that is W. 11.
tiarretson. We wouldn't have thought
so, I lit ho so informed lis this morning,
nud for threo days following the resi
dents of the city must keeptheir watches
l:i good order, as they will not have the
town clock to depend on. Like many
individuals, tho time pieeo must havo
its year y bath, and Mr. Garretson will
eeo that it comes forth with clean hands
ami fucj n ml in good condition to keep
tlm for us for some time to come.
Our contemporary does not seem to
havo learned that there ts only one re
qr.ifiie to a god fisherman which a
new spaper man possesses the art of en-Iiir-iiu
upon detail?, or fitdi tails either.
However, our frierdw, Douthit and Gor
man, have at least acqnittod themselves
nobly In that regard sincK their trip to
Ib-mntin creek Sunday. Reporters may
iMteh tho wnrv item, but It takes more
than neivo to cntcj a fish; ho c.u't
catch a fl-h with the cciasors and paste
pot ; neither can ho entire, tho speckled
beauties villi a puff or two or by tettin'
'em up. The trouble with the Demo
cratic editor was that he needed protec
tion, aud while intently looking for the
silvery trout, he stepped on a free trade
log and "washed Ids form," being swal
lowed np in the Republican whirlpool
named after a Republican congressman,
thereby spoiling his chanc of getting
even a nibblr. As to his partner In dis
tress, well, he was reporting for The
CiiRoxicLt jut about that time.
All were delimited who attended the
closing exercises id St. Mary's Academy
Fi iday night, lor kIiIiouU tl.e entertain
inents givi n t y lliem are always first
class, that uf l tut evening reached a de
gree of excellence perhaps never before
attained. Particularly noticable was
the prompt manner in which the pro
gram was carried out, ni tedious delays
taking place, but everything moved like
clock wort, which was uiuoli appre
ciated by the audienco as the evening
w aa a'most uncoutfoi'.ably warm.
The stage had n prettily decorated
for the occasion, an immense amount of
flowers being used ; and w hen the cur
tain arose and four pianos were displayed
stationed thereon, all knew they were at
least to have a musical treat ; and thev
were not disappointed, for the first num
ber was a piano trio by twelve young
ladies, and during the evening "several
well executed selections on the pianos
were given and two splendid renditions
by tho lull orchestra, w hich plays re
markably well for children of their
It is difficult from such a program to
select numbers especially worthy of
mention. Tho "Bow and Arrow Drill,"
by the little boys w&3, we might say,
perfectly executed. Indeed, it is dif
ficult to understand how smell children
can be so chilled. 'Reminiscences of
Tenneycon," where Ins "Bio Bugle
Blow" was acted most gracefully by
nine utile girls, iittired in apprcpriato
costumes, while one recited it distinctly
and with expression, was beautiful, and
the "Scripture Scene" of the ten virgins
was as pretty a conception as we have
ever seen, w bilo the grace dir-played in
tho tableau was captivating in the ex
treme. Very touching and pretty also
was the pantomine "Angel Visitants,1
which was so well performed as to leave
no doubt as to its meaning even had the
solo been not so well rendered behind
"A Cinderella Plot," a one-act sketch,
was well acted by the young ladies, not
to forget the little ones, who assumed
their parts equally well. It was in
tensely interesting, and showed much
histronic talent among the pupils, as
well as careful training from the
'Too cute for anything" was the ver
dict regarding the good night drill by
ten little tots in night gowns and caps,
carrying their dolls and candles. They
kept time perfectly and sang so sweetly,
that everybody wanted to hug them.
When the last little one crept into bed,
it was amid a round of applause.
The tepicht.s and pupils of .the school
must have given much hard study and
practice to each number of the program,
and deserve much credit for the re
markable euecsss attained.
TREASURE SHI PI FROM I ALASKA.
Oraaaalaaa llalla.- lleoiala At Hum I'm
Uii Thaa llava UuiImk (Uliar
Congressmen Malcolm A. Moody anil
Representative Ralph E. Moody, m
well at many other prominent resident
of tl.e state. The coinolaininn witaaaa
1 also re-quoded tho pardon, stating that
I.'-'slie Bu:ler arrived homo last r.lght, j he believed his friend sufficiently
having come d n from that famous I pou'inbed, and acknow ledgiug the rettus
REST FROM HER SUFFERING.
A Most Eillmnble Woman raliel to tier
There are times when, after long
months of patient suffering, death comes
as a welcomo visitor, and its stin Is re
moved by the thought of the test which
follows. Such was the case of one who
qoietly breathed htr last at the early
hour of 12:35 this morning, and ns Mrs.
Phoebe Httight said good night to the
friends who watched over her here, she
also said good morning to those on the
For seven months die has been a con
stant euftVrer from stomach troubles,
which ballled everv tllort to overcome
them; but not a complaining word has
escaped ber lips, and the beauty of her
Christian character has been so evi
denced that it has fairlv awed those
who attended her. If during her life
everyone with whom she cama in con
tact was led to admiro her womanlineis
end consistency under cverv circum
stance, this admiration was intensified
when the last months e f her lifo called
for a heroism which was rematkable.
Left alone, with no kith or kin to
soothe her dying pillow, only the loving
ministries of friend?, she carefully a I-
lsted ever matter of business and find
ing that her relatives who live in Con
necticut, could not- come to her, she
soeunsd determined to bt'nr up ami go to
them. Everv thing was made ready for
the long j mrney, but He wIiobu behest?
noiio daro to dispute overruled the
human plan?, and ciiled her to make
that j mrney from wheiica no traveler re
turns. Mrs. Phoebe Jano Halnht was born in
High Prairi", Conn., forts-two years ago.
Little li known of her early life by
friends here; but, in company with hfr
late husban l,C. K. H tight, she camo to
The Dalies about seventeen years ago,
nnd with the xceplion of a J ear spent in
Portland, has lived hero ever tir.ee.
When she came to this city tho uiited
with the Methodist church and her de
votion to it ha her n untiring, her great
est pleasure tcemitigto be derived fiom
itsassociations. But not alone within
its membership was she beloved ; but be
ing thrown for years in a business way
with every class of citizens in The Dalles,
she commanded tho highest respect and
She leaves a brother and three sisters
hi Connecticut; also a mother-in-law,
who were this morning informed regard
ing her death.
treasure land on tho City tf Seattle,
which reached Seattle last Friday even
ing. On board the steamer, which was
the first treasure thip of lS'JO, were 150
miners, and the vessel's deck wai literal
ly lined with hardy miners. At to the
gold which the steamer earrie. I the re
ports varied. E. T. Pope, tbe purser,
estimated the amount at f W0,00o and
moeh of the dust was entrusted to his
care. He had between $200,000 and
(:2o0,0iX) in bis apartment. It was rep
resented in sixly-two sacks and bags.
Many of the state rooms contained gold
in lare amounts, uiid it is said a man
stood guard at tho door of tome of the
apartments day anj night. One tack
contained 100 pounds and numerous
other dtist !ugngca of from twt.il io
fifiy pounds each. Ono passenger dis
played a draft for JSO.OOO and another
ono for $50,000. Among the big winners
wero forty-three men w ho bad a sack or
gold dust pack ge of gome d;ecriptiou
on deposit with the purser.
rceporta given by the pussengers re
garding the prospects this year are con
flicting; but when we c insider the
of the ttoleii money, which, ha said,
had be n it paid by the prisoner's)
brother, one of the Keith brothers, tha
Portland oyster men. There are many
people ho believe in the young man'
innocence, and assert that he ha suf
fered for the crlmo of another. Salem
funtral of Mra. llalghl.
The funeral services of Mrs. Phtubs)
Haight took place this afternoon al 2:30
o'clock from the Methodist church aael
were largely atteuded by tbe number
less friends of the deceased.
The Epworth League choir sang three
selections, which were especial favorites
of Mrs. Haight's, and were often sung
by her during the first months of her
Rev. J. II. Wood, her pastor, gave at
short history of her life, particularly of
her devotion and Icyalty to her re
ligious belief. He then took as his text
these words: "In my Father's hou?a
are many mansions. If it were nol so I
would have told you. I go to prepare
a place for you. And if I go and prepare
thousands who have tiiionged into these ! a place for you I will come again and
mining districts, and Ihe few who have
realized ono-half of what they expected,
does It not seem that men aro fool hardy
to risk everything to pursue such n
Mr. Duller says that there are a elis
hcrtened lot of people in the Atiln dis
trict. That while thoro is much gold
there, the stories have been mag
nified greatly, and not one out of a hun
dred will get out of it what ihey put in.
The same is said to bo true of the Klon
dike district, according to reports
Ia the Atiin there are sections where
the ground never thaws, end is extreme
ly bard to prospect. On Birch Creek,
thiiteen miles from Atiin, where Mr.
Butler was located, from the 13lh of
April till the 7th of Juno there was not
a night when it did not freeze, and two
weeks ago eight inches of snow fell.
The story regarding the famous $20,
000 claim of Capt. Sperry was, like
many others, a hoax, and men who are
prospecting near there sunk a hole
seventeen feet deep and took out $2.85,
which it cost about $300 to prospect.
Is it not better to remain in Oregon,
where thero are good mines and to spare,
than to chase forever tho bag of gold at
the end of the rainbow?
reed from 1'rlnon.
Gov. T. T. Geer has commuted the
sentence of R. G. Keith, sent to the pen
itentiaiy several months ago from The
Dalles, on a one year's sentence, having
been convicted of the crime of robbir.g
a friend, an 1 be was released from the
Tho young man and Georgi Merry,
acompamoi, were traveling on a river
steamer, w hen Keith ia alle ged to have
abstracted $23 from the pocket of bis
friend, probably while intoxicated. It
was for this crime the young man was
sent to prison.
Tbe commutation of tho sentence was
recommended by the trial judge, the dis
trict attorney, ex-Gov. 7j. F Moody,
receive you unto myself; that where I
am there yo may be ulso." Speaking of
the mansions be said thers were enough
for each, although millions had gone
before. Christ has prepared a place
and opened the way for all ; indeed, He
is the way. His glory will be the central
idea of lifo beyond. While we may ting
of meeting the friends beyond, yet when
we reach the homo above, the beckon
ing hands of Christ will bo a sufficient
welcome. God has not tell us among
the shadows, but his love has "told us"
of tho mansions prepared. And these
mansions and the hope beyond was the
comfort of her whom now we mourn.
Although having uor.e who were dear
to her by ttio lies of natura to follow her
to her last resting place, her remains
were tenderly cared for by loving hands
and hor chief mourners were the mem
bers of the Good In'ent Society to whom
she was as a sister, and who covered her
grave with the flowers which betokened
their love. There were also many
beautiful floral tributes from other
Tbe pall bearers were : Messrs. R. B.
Hood, J. H. Cross, Wis. Cates, C. F.
Stephens, S. Thurman and J. Osborn.
Tha Modern Beauly.
Thrives on goid food and tnnshincv
with plenty of exercise in the open air.
Her form glows with health and her face
blooms with Its beauty. If hr system
needs the cleaning action of a laxative
' remedy, she uses the gentle and pleasant
Syrup of Figs, made by the California
Fig Syrup Co. only.
a horrible nnrn.
Will often cause
scald, cut or bruise
Salve, the best in the world, will kill
the pain nnd promptly heal it. Cares
old sores, fever sotes, ulcers, boils, corn,
felons and all skin eruptions. Best pile
cure on earth. Only 25 cts. a box.
Cure guaranteed. Sold by Blakeley A
Houghton, druggists. S
Tho following lines ere to bo found at
Garden Tool?, Deep Well Pumps Blacksmith's Tools
Rubber and Cotton Hose liar lion etui Steel
Wiriches'er and Marlin Rifles, latest models Blarksmith's Coal
FiKhing Tackle Wagon Maker's Supplies
Bicycles and Sundiie? Wrought Iron Pipe nnd Fittings
Smith & Wesson and Colt's Revolvers Baib Wite and Nails.
Warranted Lisk Anti-Rust Tinware Warranted
We w ill replace every piece if found rusted.
Granite Iron and Stawart Enameled Ware.
A Complete Lino of
Planet Jr. Genb.-n Tool Rtishfor.l Wagons
John Deere Plows and Harrows R.irine Rubies nnd Carriages
Bean Spray Pumns Buckeye and Piano Mowers and Reaper
Cultivators and Disk Harrows Tiger Drills, lightest draft.
Oar stock of
Builder's Hardware and Carpenter's Tools
is complete in every detail.
Majestic Steel Ranges and Cook Stoves.
Before buying elsewhere examine our Stock.