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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 4 1899,
The Weekly Chronicle.
7 rAma or waa wuntv.
" PhMmW in Iwo Jarl, WVdneadnya
' BLUM KIH ION HAT KM.
aT mail nan-aiia raaraiu, is aovaiica.
A.lcrtilii tataa raaiuliU. au1 mails known
"i'i'.'.HT.i" rtmoiiinlrHiiu to "Tilt (II HON
i Is,. I l"s", unr
The Frank McDanlel murdea trial will
begin hi Portland oo Tudy, Novem
ll would le a good plan to begin rak.
Ing up ll leaves alwnt Ilia Uwo ami
along Ilia ildewalk and burning: tlieiu.
Tha licit attraction at Ilia Vogt will
t Uracil A UowerV lulnslral, a white
eompanv, which I to play tier on the
9tli i, thi month.
Tl infant aon of Mr. anil Mn. K. C.
Drewa died at their liom In Collax
M n lay. Ttio baby waf but three week
old ami liail rever been strong.
Tim ladle of Ilia Foreign Miiouary
H i. iv vl Ilia Methodist chu'icli mill
giv a nnaaionary tra on 1 1 . evening of
lh l.v.h. Ttia place mil t M.uoum:n
M 1 1. larrlr.gtou lial purchase! Ilia
Wax- warehouse rolling mill anil ia
going In put It op on 1-ower l.VMile.
lit) ixixita la liava It In place am)
toady fur roli'ng atxmt the 10t of tli
rrmn the nnmW of ponle on the
Wa-hington aiiU of ilia rivrr mailing to
t lerried over, Linnton Inuat I going
In have another (apply of hone meat,
an I I lia Halle anolhrr surplus of
Indian Jolm an. I Indian Charlie oc
eupfd Ilia city jail last night, havil g
been arrested for druiikehneas. Tin
morning lli- couldn't Ami the $2 a hich
earl was lined, ami lu rofit-iUmo the
c. t jr had lia wood sawed.
j . 1 1- a iillle wheat continues to be
brought in, though not in am li quantities
aa a k ago. The luaikel everyw here
la very dull end. th warehouse are
d ing aril lu pay &0 cent a buahel,
hii'ti ia I ha piiceqooted ttilt afternoon.
O. I,, Fields, alio a at arretted at
Muton for bigamy, wa brought Juan
by Ilia aheritT yesterday f lernoon, ami
receiving hall at one the uliee ordered
thai he be released on 1100 bail to ap
peal iii the juatlce ourt thla afternoon
ami receive a hearing.
I. ika all holo. Fred Mitchel Un't lu
lav or if running opposition to the ana in
laar, mid, ratlivr Ihan do ao, threar Up
the jib the city gave hi in jrtlrnlay
afti'inuon ami tlri. ilo b I l-rrn
arfr.'r.l for vagrancy ami, tailing to
produce hit tine, ha.l ba-cu pot to work
at t'.f aol pile.
Ari'l AJiulral I !' ui tl rngiigi'
rinM. t it) be a life-long one, fjr heller,
d. r -r.i), etc. Mra. V. II. I!ji-n baa
a; i; u : ii ,".1 hrr runaent to be bia'n. The
A.lmiral haa paaaeil Ihrce acorra ami two
iii iri-, anl ia now realy for anolhrr
core, ahlrh all title nation hopf-a all!
bate a bappy ler nilnatl on.
W. V. Iluhbarj, M. ! ,'( tta I'orllaml
aanilanmn, caimi up from that place
Ut rvi'inng, rrtorulng tbia morning.
The ib rior in hrra for tbe purpoa of
lo-.kii g over the lUilalliiu ami tip'tl
aoin I j give a talk ou b)glin. Aa be
bit ipiiie a reputation In I'orllaml aa a
phyaiciaii, our cil'i will le g'aJ of
an npiKirtunlty to lirar bian.
Jiit a little txcllriiient aa raii'cJ
at the ih.rk laat night by aberp ahicti
Ixtjihb frlgblrnej ami tried to commit
'iiici.. It aaa one el a band which
Win. Mulligan wai bringing up, ami
a In n they attempted lu drive thrm olT
tli boat, tbia fellow dtcldeJ to take a
dip. A email bat wai tent out after
bun and he came near lipping that over,
canning tjine of Ilia wharfhoal panda to
g' t very aet. After a time, bowe ver,
be aaa gathered Into lb fold with Hie
uim ty an 1 nine.
. Hhipiiinii of potato to Pan Franciaco
from iVrllund haa already begun, aonie
tiling unprecedented to early lu tbe
'in. Kaniirr era digging, but there I
a i haain In California yawning lor every
pot.ito laken out of tbo ground In Ore
K in, and they are going for tbfl purpoae
Irving to Oil It. Tba California ile
ni.uid hiia already canned the price to
ri-e from r,0 to til) cent. Tlurn are ld
to hn "doodlea" ol potato in Oregon
tbia year, however, ami when digging
n ally get in full bluet Hie pnrj will
Coma down again.
II. Huntington returned Ibla after
ii Kin (r.mi IVndlnton where be appeared
lor the plaintllT in the cuae ol Mi Kenna
V". the ( l. it, A N. Co., a cami to r over
'-"'.liOi) damage. Wlilia Mr. Hunting
ton aitli lil brother, J. 1. Huntington,
Appeared for the plalnti!!", Ilm defeiuo
ba. fur h attorney Minor ol Portland,
Carter V lialey, of Pendleton, ltoheit
Water ami Attorney Wile n. Tbe raae
jual given over to the jury a Mr.
Huntington left lor home. Mima, who
lit hern tried for minder, bad not Wn
eiitenced when b Ir ft.
The raan of Clia. Prat her, charged
with aanault with a dangeroti weapon
Uon Die ieitun of L'.'onard Field la
being tried In Juatlre Ilayaid' court
tbUafteruoon. Tba Iroubla arnae la.t
Thuraday night about 11 o'cI.h k alKiiH
four mile aeat of Moaier, when it ia a!-
I..uu.l LLI I .. t.t
a--", rirni, airi s c-nuipariion, aaa
going bouiM drunk ami the defendant
claim waa diaturbing the peace and bia
propirly. Young Prather onjected and
bad loina diat-uaaiou with them, finally
ualng deaperat mean by drawing bia
abut gun, Field receiving what waa
termed a "pepporing." The pl.intiir
alli ge ha waa on the public road and
(lenleatha chargea made by Prather.
Tba court I engaged In ferreting out the
ca at we go to prea.
So far at w can learn Halloween
praiika have nut been carried on lo anv
great extent In The Dallea thla year.
Complaiul are usually brought to the
newapaper ollice, Inatead ul lo the
policeman, and we have ,eard ol but
on ao far. No lenaible errun would
think of objcting to a lit t!t I no 'Kent
fun carried on at audi a time, audi aa
tick-tack or joke a bii-h do no irjury ;
even tba crankiest people ihould make
mm allowance for uch timrt. Hut the
objection which come to ui ttii morning
la a juatiflable one. Soma Ihoughtlea
boy (or perhapa girl) meaning no
barm, might have Injured omeone (or
life, for acroaa the front atepa ol a real
deuce In the city bad been placed a
gate, which lu the dark could not be
aeen. A young lady etepped on it
when darting lor the theater and
had not her companion grabled her,
he might have teen a cripple lor life.
Parent would do well lo teach their
children that they tuiiet i)i vrlmiiiate
when out lor a little lun at aucii timer.
Tba Telegram aptly aayt: "Tomubt
will he what I egregiimaiy mircalied
"Halloween." Il ahould he rechrlatened
"Hoodliiinnight." I( it ia "celebrated '
In the uaual way, there ahould b about
M) young boodluma lu jail tomonow
in irnlng. Fun ia all right, an 1 a little
youthful hilarity ia not to I e cundemrieil
but wanton injury to and deatruction of
proiertv, audi aa eometime occur i n
thee ihi aionn , Un't legimato lun, an I
ought to t punlrbed even if it I on
1 lnir.lnj il!y.
Kev. (i. K ifhing i riuwly recovering
from hit terete illneaa and a at able to
ait up a while yealerdar.
Peudieloii ia now entl uaiaalic over
the occt attained by the lady
minatrel which were given by Mit.
Kuncie at that place Monday and Tues
Veaterday being the annlveraary id
her wedding day, Mr. I.. I.. Lane en
tertained her friend ol the (iood Iulent
Societv in a very bappy mauner at her
home on Tenth ttreet.
The cae cf the State va. t). L. Fielde,
charged w itlt blga'ny, will come up lor
bearing in Juatice Hayard' com I tomor
row, ami the proneculing wituea w:lt
arrive liom Moaier thi evening.
Mi Catharine Martin, who tcicliea
th Tliird gradu in our public achooia,
haa been con lined to her boxe lor the
pa.t week with rheumatinm. In her
alienee Mi'a Hattie Cram haa charge ol
her room. We iru-t Miao Martin will
aoou be ahle to be about.
.u exchange trill of a litlin fellow
who went to church ou a recent Sunday
and waa greatly interetted lu the col
lection. He watched the uiuera tor a
time, then whlapered to hi lather:
'Papa, uiore'n hall the folk ha got in
A number of very neat and tuodern
cottage have gone up on the hill recent
ly. That of S. John la nearing comple
tion, and M. F. Cotwrth, engineer at
the Piainond Flouring Mill, ia pulling
up a pretty liitl home jut eatt ol F.
Sexlon'i new rendenie.
Tbe eaatern diviaion of th Sta'.e
Teachers' Association ia now in aeaaion
In Ltlirande. Few teacher from Wasco
have found it p. asible to attend. Snpt.
J. S. Lander will leave on tbia evening
train and lake part in the program to
morrow, returning PaiurJay.
In the case of Charle Prather, charged
with inaiiultlng Leonard Field with a
dangeroiia weapon last Thursday, near
Mosler, and which came up lor hearing
in Jntiie Hayard' court yesterday
afternoon. h w Ixnind over in the
an in ol 2'K) to appear before the grand
A reduction of (5 lo pa-aenger rale
from SHikne to Chicago, St. Loui and
the east i announced by the O. U. & N.
The cut t tbe rraull ol tbe parsenger
rate war between Hie railroad ea-t of
St. Paul. These line have for several
week iiepn maintaining a rate ol 7.jO
Iroin Si. Paul to Chicago.
The Washington volunteer will reach
Portland Saturday, where they will be
entertained in Portland1 noal hearty
manner. They leave over the Northern
PacitlJ lor home. We feel uro The
Dalle would have been glad ol an op
portunity to give them a generous recep
tion had they come our way.
All peisom wishing to lko children,
either boy or fji'l, for legal adoption or
on Indenture, should write to W. T.
(iardner, luperintendent of the Hoy'
and (tlrls' Aid Society of Oregon, at
Portland, who can procure for them de
sirable children ol all age-. All applica
tions nniat be filed in advance. tf
Yesterday morning at 10 o'clock In
the terminal yard at AH in, J. II.
Cole, a witchman, lost hi life by being
run over. He had run ahead to turn
the aa Itch when hi foot augbt in a
frog and be w a thrown down in 'ront
of the car, which ran over biiu. He
lived a hall I. our afler the accident.
J. M. Bowers, advam a agent lor
l!ec!i & lowers' Minstrels, la in town
today making arrangement lor the ap
pearing ol hi company hero on the Oth. j
He waa determined lo charge 1, 75 and J
50 cents, which are hi naual pi ices,!
until Manager Uutler gave him a talk, j
and now 75 cent will he all .11. at will'
have lo be paid for ren ivid eat. J
Not alone 1 liijuor being told to th :
older ol the braves, but the young fel- j
low t are getting bold ol it and last night
I'hirmsii arretted an Indian boy aged
IS, a minor. Two other Indians werej
a so h iked up. One pah! hU 2 6ne
I'ih morning; hut the oiler iwo saw,
wml. Crow. 'sol Iheiu, w iio came over i
w it l I. orsi a Inlay, are riding our street 1
barely ahle lo t t on their je r. ea. j
Many are not aware that The Dalle
has a new journal in the field, deeming ,
two dai.ie and a weekly sufficient for
a. I piirKi s. Put such I the case, and I
every month is publisliid "The Star,"'
a four-paged paper, w hich ha for it1
"editors and proprietor" Ivlaw in Alia-
way and Harry Sylvepter. It ia a neat
little paper, putting a great many ol our '
exchanges in ihe ahade when it corneal
to the clearness ol print and the manner I
in which it ad are gotten up. No
stand ha been taken as to politic, to
it's hard to tell how the boy w ill vote !
w hen llicy become of age. j
New of a fatal accident, which oc
curred on Ihe Washington tide of the'
river near Coin in ba jesierday evenini, 1
reaches u tod.iy ; not with any particu-,
la' details, however. FMgar Pierce, an I
old tesident if (ioMendalc, who for'
some yenr ha run a aaa mill about :
eight mile from that plac, croased the;
river to P.ufns yesteiday morning on a
collecting tour. At about 5 o'clock he
croMied back, and when three or foor j
miles on the other tide, somehow drove
up onto a bank ai.d wai thrown from
his biiirgy. The repoit says that his
neck was broken, which, however teem
inipoaaihle, since he lived Iron) 6 p. ni.
until 4.30 tin morning. Mr. Pierce
was a man well known In Kiickitat
county, and leave a family cf grown
There is one very nnpieaasnt feature
which iheatei-zoere in The Dalle are
compelled to put up with, and which
seem to be liie fault of no one except
a c!m of boys (and a!i young men)
who would greatly rest nt the appellation
of swine, but which certainly teem tJ
tit their case better than anything e'ee.
We refer to tbe crowd which post them
selves in the hhilway and along the
alk 'leading to the sireet, and proceed
to make the exit ju-t ns nearly Im
pasaable at they can by spitting tobaco
juice in great pool on Ihe floor. Not
oi.ly it it lairly nauseating lo those who
are compelled to pas over it, but un
lets ladies are Very careinl their dresiet
will I ruined thereby. We would
aiwgi ft that an cRicer be placed at the
d ior, w ho.-e duty it i to tec that this
filthy gang is kept out of tbe hail or
made lo conduct themselve more like
human beings than bogs.
A large company of friend gathered
at the Calvary lt.pti't rhorch this morn
ing at 10 o'clock to pay Iheir last re
spect to the meirn.ry of Mr. Lcvioa
McNcal. F.'.der Clifton conducted the
services, taking as a basis for bis words
of consolatii n the t it "For if this
earthly lioue of our tabernacle were
dirsolvcd, we have a building oi God, a
house not made with hands, eternal in
Ihe heavens." His remarks were very
fitting, and hi Irilmte lo Ihe deceased
was oue which niurt reioiin at a legacy
to tbore she left behind. He taid of her
that the had a most (table character
and above everything else was peculiar
ly adapted to motherhood, the highest
pivilege ol womanhood. The choir
sang three election "Home Over
There." "Memorie ol Esrth," and
"Jesu Lover of My Soul." The casket,
covered with a profusion of flowers, ws
carried by Messrs. Vickers, Falk, K.
Hsrretr, S. Johns, Kobt. ami Chas.
Mcintosh. The interment was made in
Odd Fellow cemetery.
Don't forget Pease A May' sale on
Cm to Dr. P.usa for first class dental
work, let-tli filled and extracted pain
le. Vogt block. 2-tf
See the "new woman" at Pease &
May' ami buy towels for home use and
adopt tome iiieiin for making them
liovernor lieer Iued hi first Thanks
giving proclamation Wednesday, setting
tcule Tnnreday, Nov. 30ll, as a day for
thanksgiving throughout the t'ate.
Whbkey is n respce'er of persons
nowadays, and yesterday a hob) was
! discovered trying to sneak it in to Ihe
prisoners at tbo county j.il. The
ollicers "didn't do a thing" but tneak
Another drunken Indian, who was
o,nite as vicious ' drunken, unwillingly
It'll into the hands id Marshal Hughes
yolerday and was fined J thi morn
ing, which be is paying at the city wood
pile tod iy.
In sieakingof ti e can? against Chas.
Prather a few days since, the Ciihonu'I k
mentioned that the plaintiff. L. Fields,
had been charged with drunkenness.
In justice to the young man, his friends
request that we nn-nll. n the fact that
Hlin Is in To GiB."
Nothing looks bo well on wash-day :n a clothes line hung with good linen
towels. With this idea in view we will irov-le you with good linen towels of all
Saturday, November 4th, i8gg,
at such low prices that if you do no buy it will be simply because you are thorough
ly stocked or have become indifferent to the needs of this age and generation.
A few rjuotationa will give you the drift of our intentions, but to see these
goods is the only way to properly convey to your minds the actual values we aro
1 line of unbleached honey-comb fringed towels, 18x30 incbe
1 line of bleached Turkiah fringed towels, lrix37 incbe
1 line of unbleached fancy fringed towels
1 line of fancy cotton towel, beautiful in design, 24xtt incbe
1 nneot bleached lurklsn Iringeil towels, l,x41
1 line of bleached Turkish frinned towels, lSx4l Inches
1 liuo of onbleacfied Turkish frinired towel. 24x41) incbe
Thi particular towel is excellent value at 30 cents.
1 line of bleached Huckabnck hemstitched towel, 22i3S inches ;
1 line of linen towel, knotted fringe and colored border, 24x41 ioche
We continue the Juvenile Sale during the
balance of this week.
All Good Marked
In Plain Fltrurea
PEASE & MAYS.
the charge was not proven and be haa ; whole host in himself, and which shows towels are all riglit and the idea of ad
always been a young man of ateady J that tbe influence of the club is to ex- vertieing them anovelone; but in be
habits, and ia now a student of the ; tend clear up into the Greenhorn district, ; hall of the ladies (voung ar.d old! we
Agricultural college at Pullman.
I where John will no doubt hold his re-
The case ol James McKenna vs. tbe
O. K. A X. Co, for $oo,000 damages for
the loss of a leg in an accident at Athena
to Thst End.
wonld be-eech the firm to let one of ita
It will, no doubt, be good new to the j ceptions. ! good looking c erk ( male cr female, tbe
young men to learn that there ia now an Traffic passenger and freight i good ! fortuer Pfem do that waehing.
oyster trust. It may make oyster j on t,e upper Columbia, although there , STOP THE CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
higher, but it is aomething to be ; js not as much grain being shipped as a j
"trusted" for that delicacy during the tev wef.h. -. ti,r steamer R-imlatnr i a- a . u u ...j.
brought the largest wheat cargo ever;
shipped ontof The Dalle by water. The
cargo consisted of 2&"j3 tack or about i We are often led to wonder if our cit
5716 bushels. Thi is a record hr?akinir ! izens and these of aiti lininc districts na
latt year, and which hn just been i load. Cirtater quantities have come to j aware that there Is an ordinance on tbe
tried in Pendleton, was deeded in favor Portland from The Dailes by rail, hut statute book w bieh reads thm'y :
of the defendant. I lor water shipments, the amount carried Anv person who si. ail cruellv beat.
Miss Mabel P.MdeU came in from by tbe Regulator takes tbe leal. Ee- torture misuse .deprive of food or water
Endersby. where .be ha been teaching j the .rain the boat had on board an VrVZ uUt.c "ntefor.,"
school, Wednesday, and is now employed j assortment ol other freight. The boat ; reorder, be punished bv a linn of not
at tbe delivery window In the postofiice. i ,ro,n 'be upper Columbia are coming in les than nor more than 23, or by
t- n... r- 1..11 l.. ,.i i i crow.li' 1 with oassenirera and fn-iirbt i imprisonment In the city Mill not ex-
. ... .... ivilinj lr ra r1-ra nr l.i
everv dav and business can lairlv he . . - - . ...
said to be booming. Telegram
Fossil is now connected with the out
side world by telephone, tbe Oregon Tel-
her school and will fiuieh tbe Urn).
Small(r x is coming pretty near home,
w hen there are a number of cases in tbe
hhoit family acres from Rufus; a case
at Krskinville, and one reported atMoro,
l and imprisonment.
i Surely ignorance abounds regarding
i this law, and that it be more fully deeig-
! nated and understood, we wonld tog-
epbone Company having completed the j ee5t ,hat the following additional
though the latter has not been confirmed o""icn line ) eanes.iay. beginning at ! pial)l,jons, which are in force in Pendlc-
Arlnwton, the new line runs across tf
ton, be adopted by our city council, that
and we do not give it as autbeutic.
Capt. Hiram E. Mitchell, eon of rx- ,,',,''a Ud ,' 0!! " R',k C'"k' ,he w"Ial cruelty practiced in onr
P.iri. i " " c " "".'1"":' '"r 'cilv tedunettiv silli:
distui ce to Fossil is sixty-one miles and
the line is constructed of
Senator Mitchell, haa ret irned to
land from the South. He was major in
theOrew'on militia at the outbreak of
the war with Spain and received a com
mission as paymaster in the army with
the rank of captain. He was mustered
out with the volunteers.
That black euit tale at A. M. William
A Co.' tomorrow strike a good many
people just right.
gold dollar i n the street to buy f 12
suite at 17 30. And Ihe black worsted
are among Ihe most desirable of all
black cloths. N ) doubt they will have
a busy day.
I'usiness men of The P.illes have a
great advantnga over those ol place
farther inland in the shorine ol time
it requires to transact business with
Portland. Yesterday morning t 5 fre,h in our minds and Ihe loss which
i "Everv peison who shall cruelly use.
uminum ; lu.nt. torment, overload or overdrive
wire. The first message was sent that Lny hone, ox. mule or other animal in
morning by Ja. S. Stewart, of the Fosil I Uie cltT) whether belonging to himself
Journal, also president cf the Oregon j or another, shall, npon conviction there
Press Association, to Albert Toxier, see-( (, he fined in any saui not exceeding
retary, at Portland. Mr. Stewart in- j ii,.b,, rto'lar". nr shall he. snhiert
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qnired after matters in South Africa.
He is a Scotchman bv birth, and has
If a like picking up , re!lltive in the British armv
now making it in'ereiling doa n there.
The second ciesssgewas from Mr. Tcxier
w ho asked concerning the appointment
of delegates lo the next convention of
to imprisonment in the city jail for a
term not exceeding ten days.
"Any person having charge of any
horse, mule, or team, who shall permit
the same to stand in the public street
or upon any lot or pnblic place of the
city without food and water for a period
which meet in New Orleans in Feb
When we visit the F.sst End, with the
experience o .Marion cDunty farmers
o'clock Chas. Stephens left for PortlanJ,
orderej a lot of cood?, returned on the
3 :30 evening train and this morning the
good are in hi (tore.
Ernest Jensen came np from Astora
on Tuesday and (topped -at Hood Klver
till Wednesday on hi way to The Halle.
Mr. Jensen w as disappointed in going to
Astoria. The firm that engnged hi
service there, he fouud out, wanted a
cheap man, and as he w.'tn't if that
calibre, didn't go to work for them. II
will ko to San Francisco, where a man
of his abilities is pretty sure to Btrike a
good salary. (jlacier.
Among the latest scn'iitions at the
height depot ia the arrival of Johnathar.
Colby Clay, who has just returned from
the fishinii grounds ol Ihe upper Snake
river, loaded down with a large quantity
of dried minion for winter use. II is j
friends were well awaro of bis (ailing t
Ihe National FMitorial Association, j 0f n)or9 than ten hours, or shall al
low the same to remain so standing
later than 11 o'clock at n ght, shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and
upon conviction thereof before the re
corder, shall be fined not les than five
or more than twenty dollars, or shall be
imprisoned in the city j iii for a periooT
not exceeding ten days.
"It ia hereby male the duty of the
city marshal and hi deputies, and
every .policeman of the city, to arrest
they (iistuitied in the recent burning of
the mill at Salem, we are led to con
template what a terrible loss our farmers
would meet w ith were tiro lo take in
either of tbe warhouse here, where,
when the season is over, w ill be (tored,
at a rough estimate, about 3C0.000 , any person who (hall be fouud violating
bushel of wheat ; w beat which the ware- any of the provisions of this ordinance,
houses themselves are not responsible , and also to take charge of the animal or
for in case of fire, but would be a loss to ' animal so cruellv used, and to keep
the farmer alone. Vpon inquiry, we
leain that all Ihe wheat bought bv them i
is insured wilhin twenty-four hour of j
ihe time it is taken in. Would it not i
the same at the expense ol Ihe owner
I until such case ia disposed ol.
Ills Lir. Was Kaveil.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
be well for the owner ofwhe.it stored ! of Hinnibal, M)., lately had a wonder
therein to protect themselves by follow-! fill deliverance from a frightlul dtath.
ing the rximple ol the warehouse In telling of it be says : 'I was taken
owners. Wo nnder-tand the Utter have I with tphoi I fever, that r.m into pneu
made arrangement t insure them t a ' nionia. My lungs became hardened. I
low rate, and make this suggestion that ! was so weak I couldn't even sit op in
onr farmers may think it over. j bed. Nothing helped me. I expected
We have never had any particular ad-I lo joi die ol cmsumption, when I
I. r tian ; but that he should have laken i miration for or love ol the typical "new ; heird of Dr. King' New Discovery,
them dry is now puzxiing the boy at j woman", but at the cune time have ! One loltle give gnat relief. I con
t lie ntlice, aa he was never p.irlinl to dry ! given her credit for being some w bat tinned to use it, and now am well and
goods. He has resumed bis position as ' more attractive than Peae A M.iy evi- j strong. I cin't s.y too much In it
operator at the O. K. A N. otli.-e. dentlv consider her. That tirm has ! praise." Thi marvellous medicine is
Sninpter is a'l right in more ways alw ays been very popular with the ladies ; the surest and quickest cure in the world
than one. While booming in a business I but we much tear are jeopardizing their j f r all throat and longtrouble. Regular
way, her social interests are n it to tie j laurels when they place that much-; s:.i ou cents nn ti.. jrmi ooiue
'overlooked and a club has been otgin- dreaded, mcasley, "pie-Uced" wooden tree at Blakeley A 11 v.igMon's drne
i . .... , i .Ilia cv .rv h title uoaranteeo . z
i?d consisting ol 120 members, the man in their show window to represent
limit to be TV). Its purpose is to pro- I any species ol the feminine svx. If there Kud-,1 Dyspepsia Cure cure dysj epsia
mote the business interests of the com-' Is any i r.e thing in the town which hs because Its ingredient are such tt at Ik
niuiiity ty fostering a nnity of c(Trt and j been the terror of nil the ladies since le j can't help doing (O. " The public can
time he occupiiM a conf iciiouj place in i lev upon it as a master remedy lor all
front ol John Hertz' clothing store, and j Disorder arising from imperfect Jige
made them all jump as be loomed up in j tion." James M. Thomas, M. P., in
all his homeliness, it is thai Image. The , Americ in Journal of Health, N. Y.
also to look after the sociability of the
thriving little town. We notice among
the reception committee appointed, the
name of John CradleUugb, who 1 a