Roseburg news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1920-1948, October 14, 1921, Page 5, Image 5

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!jry Returns Verdict of First
Degr-'e Murder and Rec
om.Ti2nds Life Im-priscn.nent.
miss Florence Courrie of
Lake Louise Last Witness
Testify Yesterday.
Jury Itetlre While Attorney Bat He
Over l.egnl Questions as to the
AdmUaaMllty of Mlaw
Currie'a Testimony.
At the close of the court session
yesterday afternoon a throng of peo
ple gathered along the walk at the
weBt end og the courthouse to see
the march of Dr. Richard M. Brum
fleld from the trial room to the Jail.
Scores of children who, by order of
the juvenile officer are barred from
the courtroom, were Intermingled In
the crowd to see the passing of the
person who Is apparently the most
interesting man in Koseburg.
Stnriner Again Called. '
Sheriff Stunner was again called
on the witness stand late yesterday
afternoon and Identified the ring, the
the gray hair, and
I.fcatsnd Uln-ii Hansom mihimi
i) M ueriuMo
Tree, playwright of Sacxemento. He
admitted he bad never seen her, but
he gave out lilu correspondence with
her. He had soon her picture, taken
her as bis Ideal of womanhood and
carried on with hi-r a MrmnnnHin
Which startled IhA vabI tullh hla nl.ll Ichnrrari ehrua
josophy, lis power and Itn sparkling' many other articles as those found
Peggy True called to see htm but
he would not seo her. Site still must
remain the "Dream Glrll" and "in
spiration" for this most remarkable
of alleged criminals.
Friends came to Hlghtower's as
sistance and now the dreamer,
Idealist, philosopher. Itinerant baker!
whose wanderings carried him
tnroughout the southwest and final
ly to San Francisco and a jail cell
will flKht to the last ditch the charge
that he called a priest from his sanc
tuary on an errand of mercy and
tiiuraemi nim to collect a ransom of
oniy B,&oo.
Killed Priest
Hurled II im In t'ave
rpnft'.-.OD CITY, Cal., Oct. 13
, .m i Hhrliiower. accused of the
.". at Father Moulin, Catholic
Is.. v wLiiJ iullly this after-
by jury, which recommended
ftiher Heslin was kidnapped by a
mifner." who called one foggy
Ldn it Hhe parish house In Colma
iiduM him to "minister to a uy-
k friend." Ho was last seen alive
Evwi away In tlio mist In an auto
Mle dimmed lights. .
Tro weeks later, when hopes ol
trtaf Win had all but vanished
iffiowar came (o a newnspaper oi-i-ni
offered to lead a party to the
I mtlns place of Father Heslin.
Vnpaper men and police follow-
V Hebtower to the cliffs of Calad
til, on the roast 30 miles from
luFruciaco. Tliere they opened a
itfrave in a leile on the side of
-txlJs nd draped out the crump-
r. body of Ihe loved padre.
H body was still dressed In Its
fial ro' of tilack; and on it was
ni In i velvet ease, the bread and
fof tie last sacrament; a sliver
st Irarine the linages of Christ
pi He Blessed Virgin.
How did you know where this
p't wm located." Hightowcr lm-
Miuy was asked.
Hb reply was a story comparable
i"-lrdnes8 to the crime with which
A drunken Greek, he said, had
H upon i woman of the night life
"oilr Mason showed her a enn
ft told her:
sun has killed a man and he
W. Hut he isn't alone A
N ihwvs fnin- flapjacks sits
N his grave." ,
n looked tin and thnra -not
ffwtswav was the sign familiar
"'bout the wct the picture of
' I miner frying flapjacks over a
' Ire.
F'WWs to believe Itn Itn.o l
''Polly Maon" could not be
-M. That I. tt 1.1
i "t -t coum ntii una
f Wit Dolly Mason. For on Mas-
'Tr and ih ,. .
PPriiKlsco', primrose way "nol-
TaLv nanlp Popular as
, 7' ,n the telephone dlrcc
nitn tower wa arrested In lew
!4 hnnro ,ti .....
h wt'ira st on os.
TfOV(v r . n ti.
Fresh clams, crabs and oysters at
uampocii Craig's Fish Market, 107
sneriaan St.
See the hat special
Millinery Saturday.
at the Bill
Snlnt GeorRp'g Episcopal, corner
uasn ana Main streets.
The Venerable Archdeacon Cham
bers' will conduct the morning ser
Holy Communion at 7:30.
Morning prayer with sermon at 11
o clock.
Sunday school with yiss Bess
Lewis in charge, at 9:45.
Everybody welcome. Members
-hould feel It their duty to attend,
I will speak next Sunday morning
tnd eveninw at the First Methodist
church In Roseuurg. .This will he
my last chance to tent your endur
ance, so, I'll be glad to see all who
feed friendly toward me or the church
at this service. Mr. Gordorr, the new
eastor, will reach the city next week,
ind will occupy '.Ihe pulpit a week
rrom Sunday. Mr. Gordon Is a suc
cessful men. and will do the city good,
while he Is here. . My new field Is
nerhaps double the size of this city,
as to population, and the church Is
considerably larger. Sellwood Is a
rare opportunity In every way. Iiut
the memory ef the good people of
Rnseburg, who have lieen kind to
nyself and family, will not he for
gotten. I would like to meet and
ake the hand of every man, whether
;n the chur?h or out of It, who has
touched my life during the past year
lit the lionds of friendship. I have
never worked with a more consider
ite people and am leaving Rnseburg
with the kindest possible sentiments
toward the old town and her folks.
1 wish I might have done more for
the city, but I trust the months may
not have all been wasted. The fel
lowship which has been mine has
iiecn sweet indeed. I wish to thank
"specially the editors of the News
Review for their manly hely and con
ilderntlon. They have modelt possi
ble to do much more than I could
otherwise. Here's a great big hand
Innp for nil the liovs of whatever
faith or order. Good luck, and God
lve you sunlight on the trail.
Guy Fitch r-helps. .
riell Mlllinerr. extraordinary val
ues given Saturday on all millinery.
; The Sign of
HnATic2 a Service
and other Dealer
t the scene of the wreck on the
Melrose road. The pink silk skirt,
and the box together with the con
tents were identified by him and of
fered by the state as evidence.
Produces Strychnine.
Upon the request of the state's at
torney, the witness drew from his
pocket a small vial containing a
white substance, which he said was
taken from Brumfleld by the sheriff
in Calgary. This is In all probability
the strychnine mentioned by the
state's attorney In the presentation
of his arguments on the first day of
the trial.
The witness slated further that he
found Brumfleld In - Calgary In
charge of Inspector Richardson, and
that he brought the defendant back,
arriving In Ropeburg on the 19th of
Kxpress Clerk Takes Stand.
, H. H. Judkin, a clerk In the office
of the American Railway Express
company in Seattle, next took the
stand. He examined the package
and identified it as one that was re
ceived In the Seattle office on July
16. He stated thnt at the request
lot the superintendent of his com
pany in Portland, he opened tne
package and made an Inventory of
the contents. This inventory was
read before the Jury.
He testified to receiving a letter
from the consignee on or about Aug
ust 6. signed by Mrs. Norman M
Whitney, asking that the package be
hehld at the office until called for.
He was handed a letter hearlr.g a
Canadian stamp and identified It as
the one received, when It was Bana-
ed- to the defense attornevs for ex
amination. Mrs. Brumfleld leaned
over Mr. Orcutt's Bhoulder and read
Sent Sailing Information.
Mr. O. R. O. Bagnall. nn official
of the Canadian-Australasian Steam
ship company, took the stand and
identified a letter signed by Dr. Rich
ard M. Brumfleld requesting sailing
dates, necessity of a passport, ana
rules governing citizenship in Australia.
The letter was handed to iirum-
fleld'a attorneys for examination, and
they In turn handed it to Mrs. urum
fleld, who examined It carefully.
Special Agent Testmes. .
Maurice Cotnrrl. a special agent of
the Southern Pacific railway, took
the stand and Identified the letter as
the one handed him by the agent of
the steamship company.
Telegraph Operator lams.
A ripule of excitement followed by
a hnak rolled over the crowdea
courtroom as Miss Florence Currie.
the dainty little Lake Louise tele
graph operator, left the crowd of
witnesses and walked sedately up to
the witness chair. In her quaint
Canadian voice she answered the
questions of the attorney for the
state. -
She was first asked u sne was ac
quainted with the defendant, vr.
Richard M. urumneia.
I was acquainted witn me oe-
fendant when he was known as nor-
man M. Whitney," She repnea.
And you say you recognixe me
defendant as the person who gave
you his name as wurmau m. rt un-
ney? she was assea.
I do."
Did yotf have any business trans
actions with the derenuant unaer
that name?"
Jury Asked to Retire.
The attorneys for the defense here
put up a bitter ngnt, oojecung iu
nearlv every question put to the
witness as Incompetent and Irrele
vant, stating that It was already ad
mitted that the derenaant at one
time used the assumed name of Nor
man M. Whitney.
The state's attorneys on the other
hand maintained that It was ery
Important to show the Jury the steps
taken by the alleged murderer to
cover up his tracks. Thereupon the
Judga requested the Jury to retire
from the courtroom while the state
outlined the things It wished to
"We wish to show," the attorney
began after the Jury left, "that the
defendant during the latter part of
July. 1921. In the town of Lake
Ixiulsc. Alberta. Canada, came to the
office of the Canadian Pacific Tele
graph company and left one hundred
dollars to be telegraphed to his wlfs,
Mrs. Norman M. Whitney, at Seattle.
Washington, with Instructions to
wire that amount to his wife when a
wire was received by the wltneaa
from Mrs. Norman U. Whitney; that
the day following, or the daj follow-
Regular meeting Tuesday,
October 18th.
lng that, that the defendant returned
again to the office of the Canadian
Pacific Telegraph company at Lake
Louise, was notified that the money
had not been called for, and the
money was returned to the defend
ant upon the return of the receipt
wnicn tne witness naa given blm.
"The evidence In this esse showeA
that the day of the crime the defend
ant drove to Myrtle Creek and un
der the assumed name addressed the
package to Mrs. Norman M. Whitney
at Seattle, Washington. The pack
age has been Identified and admitted
as evidence. We wish to show that
later, in a foreign land, under the
same name that be gave at the time
he shipped the package, he told the
witness, who was In charge of the
telegraph office at Lake Louise, that
he was required to go away from
Lake Louise for a day or two, and
for the witness to forward one hund
red dollars upon the receipt of a
telegram from his wife at Seattle.
Washington; that upon his return to
Lake Louise he was Informed that
the message had not been received
by the witness In charge of the
office, whereupon he withdrew the
money and surrendered the receipt
that had been given him therefor."
It being time for adjournment, an
agreement was reached wherebv the
witness ccild be dismissed until this
morning, the court and the lawyers
in the meantime to look up canes
pertaining to the relevancy of the
Just before court adjourned the
state announced that their testimonv
would close at noon today or shortly
tnereatter. The court was adjourned
until 9 o'clock this morning.
I 0 , .
Every hat on sale Saturday. Come
and get your choice while the line is
complete. Bell Millinery.
rtfir ftvb
W. C. T. U. Annual
Convention on
OREGON CITY. Oct. 14. (Spec
ial to the News-Review.) The 38th
annual convention of the Oregon W.
u. t. u. Is now in session in the
1st Baptist Church of Oregon City.
About 300 ladles were present at
the afternoon session and much en
thusiasm was shown, -Mary L. Wal
lace, state prensldent, presiding. The
consecration meeting was iu charge
of Mrs.. W. E. Petti bone, of Oregon
City, and was of much Interest with
scripture reading, prayers and de
lightful mustcal numbers.
The matter of most Importance In
the afternoon session was the dis
cussion of the children's farm home
of which A. C. Schmitt Is president.
It la teamed from statistics given at
ihe meeting that there are now 29,
555 oruhan children who are In great
need of heme care and training. It
Is to supply this need that the W. C.
T. U. have appointed Mrs. Ada Wal
lace Unruth to take charge of this
work, and raise sufficlnet funds to
carry this matter over successfully.
Tdie members of the W. C. T. U.
report a gain In membership In the
slate of 1479. Fourteen unions
doubled their membership, Roseburg
being one of this number.
Change In Commandant to be
Made on the First of
Desires to Return to Farm Near xw
berg Is Given Vote of Appre
ciation by the Htate ll.vurd
of Control.
'Because of ilealre In lnii ...
us mis larni near Nvwberg and
leave the resDonsihlliiv nt ihi ...
ugeniHiit of the Oregon State Sold-
tioine. uoi. a. w. Taylor, com
mandant of the state institution bus
tendered hia reaiirnallnn u.hl..h
ueen accepted and George W. Rid
die of Riddle will become his sue
cessor on November 1. In accept
ing tile raalirnntlnn r It. t.i.u.
ouuru oi control expresses apprecia
tion ot His excHtlvut services and
thanks him for'tlie efficient way in
wnicn no nog mim niut..i-u.i i.A r
fairs of the institution.
Col. Tavlor haj aivviut ffif tin.
years as head nf IhA &ii,iiara nnl..A
ana during mat time has been Instru
mental in making many Improve
ments to the Institution, the best be
ing the securing of the new central
heating plant which boa just been
computed at an expenditure of $2r.
000. Mr. Taylor Is largely responsible
New OniunifliMuuit of Soldiers Ilinne.
1 ;
Millions of housewives use
Calumet Baking Powder because of its de
pendabilitybecause when they place their baking
in the oven, they know it will "turn out" all right
They are confident of results because they know
that no matter what they bake pies, cakes, bis
cuits, muffins the results will be the same
light, perfectly raised, wholesome foods.
never disappoints. Don't prepare
bakings with expensive ingredients and
then have them spoiled because of an
inferior leavener.
Have the same assurance that
the majority of other housewives have.
A pound csn of Calumet contains full 16 ounces, Some
bsking powders come in 12 ounce Instesd of 16 ounce
cans. Be sure you get a pound when you want it
Former Roseburg
Man is Dead
BROWNSVILLE, Ore.. Oct. 12.
William Lent i, former Roseburg
young man died at tho home of bis
mother, Mrs. a John Loomls here.
early this morning as a result of
poisoning resulting from an aggra
vated cone of tonsilitis. Until com
ing to Brownsville last spring the
dweased hail rewliletl In Roseburg for
11 years and was educated In the
Public schools there. Funeral ser
vices will be hold at the Presltvter.
j lan ahurch hereJ Thursday, inter
ment in tne .Masoui.c cemetery.
Shower bath room now ready In
the annex of the Tucples Supply
store, Keller's barber shop. Your
patronage respectfully solicited.
Pattern and hand made hats, ex
tremely new. on sale Saturday. Bell
Henry Lander was a business vis
itor In town today from Wlnstons.
Discevsry In Jerusalem Solves Much
of Mystery Connected With Kino
Solomon's Temple.
now often great discoveries spring
from trifling Incidents I The trite re
flection comes to mind naturally-on
hearing hot the quarries of King Sol
omon were found. Dr. Allen Moore,
for 17 yuurs resident of Palestine,
tells the curious tale.
For many many years, says Doctor
Moore, travelers and archeologtsts
were puszled to know where the enor
mous blocks of stone still standing In
the ruins of Solomon's temple at Jeru
salem were quarried. One duy a lit
tle dog canned a lizard down a hole
among the debris. The next Instant
the dog also dlsupiieared.
His master, coming to the opening,
peered riuwn In vain. He called, and
to his amazement his voice came back
as from great depths. He summoned
assistance, and a passage was opened
Into Immense subterranean quarries.
There were found huge masses of
stone almost ready to be hoisted
above ground.
"And don't yon remember," asks
Doctor Moore, "that we are told In
our Bibles that the temple wss built
without sound of saw or of hammer)
The fact that the quarryninn worked
underground partly explains that."
Upon some of the stones were found
Inscriptions that iwrplexed the explor
ers nnttl one scholar pronounced them
Phoenician. The stones were wrought
by some of that army of workmen sent
by King Hiram of Tyre to aid King
Solomon In his tssk. Youth's Companion.
Wye Island Home.
The orlgh.a! borne of the Para fam
ily on Wye Islsnd, Queen Anne county,
passed at a recent sale of the estate
of William B. I'ecs. the Isnt male de
scendsnt of Oovemor Wllllnm Part,
to en owner not connected with the
family, for tlie first time since Ions
before the Ilevolutlimsry wor. The
Wye Hall farm of .KI7 acres, with the
Para mansion, brought PASO an acre,
the purchsser being John Klnnnmon.
Governor Psc, one of the signers of
the Heclarslloo of Independence, and
later a federal judge, la burled near
tbe farm. OntrevIPe Observer.
for the securing of this plant as he
gave his undivided time and attention
for several months In creating a sen
timent which Influenced the legis
lature to make the much needed ap
propriation. He has a fine service record, hav
ing enlisted at the age of 15 years
in Company II, lath Penn. Cavalry.
He served for two years, receiving
appointments as corporal and ser
geant whoa only 16 years old.
He Is now the owner of a fine,
hlehly Improved farm located one
mile from Newberg and he desires to
make his home there In the future.
He has found the strain of the man
agement of the Institution too great
for his health and-desiiya -to retire
from active, pultilte Mfe. He has
served as Past (4rand Commander of
the O. A. It. and also served 8 years
as county clerk of Ijine county. i
George W. Itlddlo. during the 70 !
vfars he has resided in Douglas coun
ty has been placed In many posi
tions of trust and honor. He came
to the county with his parents In the
vear 18.M, crossing the plains with
his irarents. Who came to the Cow
Creok Valley from llllndis. Thoy
ere the first settlers In the Cow
Creek district, the future Judge get
ting his education in the public
schools and at the Wilbur Academy
In tho year 1855 he participated
In the Indian wars, although only
sixteen years of aro. He served two
jears as a momlMr of Captain Ed-1
ward Sheffield's company of volun
teers, being employed as Interpreter
and scout.
In 1861 Jie responded to the rnun
Iry's call for men and enlisted In
Company C. first Oregon Cavalry
and was mustered Into service
Camp Baker. Jackson county. Ho
entered the service as sergeant of
his company and served three years
He was located mostly at Fort Kla
math and during his service there,
he, with two other men, accompanied
I. P. IltinlJnglon, superintendent of
Indian affairs to the Modoc country
where a pow-wow was held with the
Mtxltos. preliminary to making a
ti ent y.
He was elected a member of the
!ate legislature In 1872 and wa
re-elected In 1875, 1885 and 187
In 1890 he was elected county Judge
serving for one term, in 187 he
wa one of Ihe eomntlssieners ni
pointed by Ihe state to go to Wash
'ngtm to Intercede for pensioning
Indian war veterans, the state ap
propriating 12.000 toward the cause
At the present time he Is one of
the leading members nf the Douglas
County Taxpayers Ambulation.
A big saving nn all children's hats
Saturday. Hell Millinery.
It's the simplest thing In the world
to use llvomet snd end eslsrrh
Breathe the medication through the
little Inhaler In every outfit and you
will get relief at once. Money back
If it fail. W. T. Chapman. .
WANTED Turyi .large or
Phoua 14-K-14. Bo) or Bros.
WANTED AH kinds of boss.
WANTKU TO HliNT planu. W. H. Wur
nqr. Itoaebtiric Cufelttritt.
WANTK1J CtwjK, pnntiy and sliurt or-
ders. App I y I'm u I e r la.
WANTU1 I'lttuli rtiicy at the NuWS-
Itevtew orrue. Will pay 6c per lb.
canimiy. Ml II St. l-'ru nk J. Nuriun.
WANTKIl Sniuil turiilHlit il liuusv.
rurnutnitiit rulitura. AUdrttsa V. U.
Hox Hlb.
FOR SAI.K 1 Sharpies separator.
1'hune 17-Fijt
OK A L.fci Ouk eiuvu wood. Fbune
KOIt HaI.K Kit cord
llroe. I'lutnc H-r 14.
wood, lloyer
Will liadtt for wuutl.
WANTED Experienced waitress.
Short order and cuuny-r work, ltuse-
oury i.areicria.
WANTKIf KurlilKlietl liout, ftirnlMlieil
Bpartnivnt or furnished liotiHttkeep
InS room. AtlWit-ne "I'ti ilianclil,"
care News-ltevlew.
WANTED 41ood, curitful, (iiiit'k apple
urtere wflh perfect ttniKht. 29
cents nn hour, at tlio llrand i'aikititf
House, foot of Oak atruut.
Jernuy cow.
ilune 4V-U
uu feAI.K iliiuia ol all k'uide, bvht on
lint market, at The Kern,
foil SALE It. kV.IuihI Poland China
,:riJ'"l,l'l" T.'.'vl. Jiunklns, Melrute.
i''OH SALE Kir cord wood. Write'for
l'"'e. I. J. Uoff, Sutheriln.
rXJlt SALE 7(1 ht'iid uf g"Utn. limuire
of A. II. Hutlleiu, Itosubura-, R. F, 1.
Hox lol.
WANTED (llrl to help with llullll-
wora. ( an aiit-nti scnoui ir yuti
Call III person at 1114 Wln-
( hester St
Mis. II. K. Mclaughlin.
To rent euulphed furin to
iritw annual sweet clover fur scctl;
will produce fou lls. tu acre. I will
fiirnlith seed fur planting. X. Wlii
nier. Ifith St . (iroK'tn t'ltv.
TAirmiNu and tlresstnnklng of all
Jclnde. 628 H. Main. Mis. iuthrlUe.
AM UlAlilNd rnr" stock h"K this
wettk. liet your tn. I'hone 27!
HANI II prupitrtlcs tu cxilianm-. Will
takn city properties anil moiiic catch.
What have yuu? II. W. Young St Son.
phone 417.
Knit THA ItK (It.otl team of horitt-fl.
wagttn and harness. W III trailu for
Kind In good Nhape. Iieiulre of J. N.
I'lsypnol, itftir U'lniO "ti
HOUND Kverttharp pencil. Owner niay
have same by calling at this office
and paying for adv.
jt tsT I't.nklin founTaln pt-n, ladle
Ixe. please return to Nt-we-Id-v it w
of lh-e: Hewurd.
KOI'NI lMafttng citiiipaKS. Owncl
may have eanii hy calling at this
office anil pay fur ailv
Kfii-'vit-j-oiit.ciTti ttV.t.k ct.ntirinlni
semes and addressee. Owner may
hHve saute tiy taltttta ni thin ulllie
and paying fur edvrrtfMcniwtt.
lyisT- M'tntlsy. iu.wei-n ICitschiltg and
I'lxnnvllle. lady's rt-'l pum, full
tallied betwpe 9-t ntid 7. e'att re
telitt Itcarlhs neuie Wiivne lli.udiiian
Hct'trti to V.'Wa Itt-vt.-w ..ffl-i.
ton RENT,
ron BUNT fafery sepoett betes
ftneehtirg Nations! nana.
KOIt ItKN-l--l'tHirtitr"! :o N.'sti'phcns
acrrtsa from Pttst Off It e.
f.-ntt ItKVtr ItiHihr'wtlh h.iui.l at 311
West I-ane 8t.Mre T. 11. Ino
Ptlll ItKNT Hli-eptiir roctm; In apart
ment house, close In. phono ?l!-.l.
Poit ' ItKNT Two " nicely riirnlehed
tMtiiat.keepIng rooms. 7uJ West
Mttsher. w
r?OK RKNT t.fitlit heiieskeeplne
rooms, also a eleeplng room.
etenth Itnse street.
FOR It K ST. T 1 1 A 1 1 K flit SU.tfTl
stock and sardt.n furm nf ISO S' rea
Tnnjitre L. O. Mnxlny, Wilbur. Ore.
KflU ItKNT 110 acres, free soil: will
divide Into furty. thltflt-e ur lint"
f'Ttlee r-ttr leritts atlttreas Itt. I
llos 1S7. Itoaetturs.
FOR RRNT or sale, or will lake city
property as pert pevmant. 7.1 acre'
.i lMnn..(.ii i." -tt.tMia ji
miles south of faclfir hltrhway on
rtrer. I'hone If-VX. - W. rarsec
Route I.
KOU SALE A fTiv boxes of very
Ju'tld '"""' Bl"' '"" Mu'ck. J. M.
I'Olt SAI.E -OiiimI k'U'iikh near Itttae .
ei hoitl. can hu eaally moved. Intiulre
I2 Jiu ka..nSt.
11AHI1AIN S-ruoui liuuee ulr hV
l-' .o.uu down, rest llku renL Call 4e
Thuititisuii St.
p'oit SALE At a b.uaain. Hulck tuur-
Ing car In due condition. Call at
KOU SALE A thtiihle hriei
.,tI, "liuiKiiii. Inqulr at"rfn"1'1' loriiln,.
' Ht H A IK Hpt I zt'ti itrr tf uuti I Id will
upplfn, -10 fi'iilM p-r hox. Hrln btXt-
iiml pi. k. it. I-:. .VmlilM. I'liunc 3-K4
lt HAIeK l I Ka I I hull, half roaii
iMirhnm; 1 M.ny, an, I 1 r-VHiltlt
tlUu plow. A.hli.-iB nt. 1. Hox il-A.
POM BALK fUt THAU!-: One icood hln-
Hu I J, It. I, Hon.-hiirif, in
GAHAUKS Hfttily iiiii.le. uiivr rlM. tLii
tid up: rIisu rnr rnt. f.u.l nru i.. .
SprlnKM.'lt I nKu.
vji Pflhr, rrivat touring oar 191l
rnodi l. In flrwt elnj rouditlon. An
we-r V. M., ISeJWl-Krview.
l-(Ht HAIeK full HPi'liM. re ."."ntf. oT-
Pojt w. II. Muntly. -irr- r .imI (Ur.
ln iillfy. (jiif-liulf mils wl R. Jl.
Ilex 30.
KOU HA LK (lit TTtAI'K 1.. a. m-. hoi?
torn IhmiI, Mirt cl-jirrt jh mllcfi fronf
PorilftiMl. on H. p. kii trier. AUdnj
K . Nt wn-Hcvlrw.
b'OH HAI-I. At n n rlfli . or will
tn.i for nliucp. iimk, or what you
miy hiiv, a iui7 S-piuia. utu. In
ipilre ItltMlf (luriiKr..
F K KA I.K Koi ho'iutl nuint. fro in
trnint-d Min k. I'rl. $; lt n pair, or
Kite, niikliiml, Ori'tron.
I'Olt HAI.K- Hurlcv lavllnn mot(r-
yt t outfit, KM, ur nil fitrnn.
Nw)y pftliit-l ftiicl In flrHt i'Imm run-
-'j'l'KJIL'L'J:; Krt !'; I'huno 3-KI.
KOU HA 1 ,K I i'orfraTi.i)fw In nt April"
ft !ohlt rtlur, tr lpl? frit tiff plow, Kl
In hntturn; I Kor ttuirlntf W. II.
"'.'.V'"-- X-"1-' W" on l'tmh riihtuhway.
1 nun and tilhril.
i .1.'x.t nn-ii nntl t "I ),
At your own pth. Another nf
( hMnn to l 1' im-itir I'roof Tlri.
t K. limiKM, Wln htdti-r St.
Ml AfltKt. 10 n h.-.irlnie fruit, ' 7U, in
b arinir prune, halfiri'-o In nilx-l
liuit; Iti a H'n In pHtMiir. httnu nil
t ltlHlle: ft room hox hou-. t rllnl
anl irfn-t , harn. lelM, prune il -f
r . w. lld rtM- fftii rd. Pn
$..lon(.A; iinonoo will tut mil t. W.
ViniiiK A Son. I'hone 417.
Vol "h i II 1 1 k p Tt von Mr It. 6 rontnrt
with hath. VUwtn ami hull, -in.
I'limf rt'! . full ct nii-nt bai.ninl ;
frnriief: f urn : df t uhi; pavlnc
nixl nliltwa1k. In fin' lotatlon. oni
of the miKl rfnvnlrntlv arrnnnril
hminfA In town NVw furlturi. I'rlro
wllh f urnlt iir. Il'imrto I1' 7 00. OA wl'l
h.mdtf Prlrr fitr hoiiM nlona.
ll.'.titl.OO: !m. 00 wilt hannltt. If ' nit
wit nt anmothlnff Koorl at rlrht
prl4. thia. o. W. Tonnx Hun.
bono 417.