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THE WEST SIDE
J08. A, C BlUST, Editor n4 imhliakivr. .
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, UKI1
s The vole for U. 8. senator yester
day was as follows:
It. W.Corbett 3i
Binger. Hermann 7
R. D. Inman 20
0. II. Williams ..,.22
Scattering . . . , , 2
The; Dowager Empress is the
Carrie Nation of the Celestial em
lure. The joint powers are all
afraid of her.
By the terms of the marriage
contract Queen ilhelmina s hus
band seems to be a sort of silent
partner in the firm.
In his recent remarks Mr. Bryan
has much to say of endless chains.
He answers the description himself
and the voters of the United States
will remove some more links if
American exports of iron and
iteel last year mounted to 1 29,-
000,000, or more than four times
the figures of ten years ago. Trans
actions 5n American steel and iron
are necessarily on a large scale in
Delaware and Nebraska are fur
nishing excellent arguments in
favor of the choice of senators by
It it it
The ladies never did care much
for pink teas in Kansas and nowa
days Uiey never think of giving
anything but joint smashing part
ies. After all, we don't suppose con
gress will do very much harm even
if it dots meet in extra session.
Senator Hanna is persistent
enough but he fails to realize the
fact that there are men in the sen
ate who' are quite as persistent as
he is and who will fight his subsidy
bill to the last ditch.
It seems that the mint bureau
has for years been duplicating the
gold increase of the United States
by adding in not only the foreign
gold coin imported but also the
foreign gold coin recoined. The
error now amounts to $125,000,000.
Representative Babcock, chair
man of the Republican congress
ional committee in the last campaigns-has
appalled his colleagues
by introducing a bill to abolish the
tariff duties on steel and iron, as
serting that this is the only way to
crush the big new trust. No doubt
the Democrats, who have been urg
ing this for so long, will welcome
the accession of so distingueshed a
Republican as Mr. Babcock to their
... ,' a a
It costs $25 to spit on the floor of
a car in New York city. A private
citizen has entered the arena as
prosecutor and is making a busi
ness of seeing that the law is en
forced. ' . A A
Each of the forty-five states and
territories should begin to give
practical attention to their special
buildings at the St. Louis World's
Fair of 1903. It will prove a splen
did investment, for each state has
many products with which the
world should be better acquainted.
Though Europe is ahead on auto
mobiles propelled by gasoline or
Bteam, this country has taken the
lead in those in which electricity is
the motive power. Uncle Sam sel
dom makes a mistake in reaching
for supremacy in a new invention.
This country has no ports in
Alaska or elsewhere to dispose of.
If the building of the Nicaragua
canal, in British estimation, de
pends upon a trade of that kind
the people of the United States wil!
terminate the Clayton-Bulwer trea
ty by a method not entailing the
loss of territory.
it it it
An extra session now seems al
most Unavoidable. Even if the
subsidy bill were allowed to go by,
and the appropriation bills were all
passed, the Cuban and Philippine
questions would remain, each of
them requiring a good deal of care
The West Side is in receipt of a
proposition from A.T. Morris, of Cin
cinnati, Ohio, to give him some ad
vertising space and accept as pay a
box of 50 five-cent cigars. The pro
position will not be accepted for two
reasons: First, because Mr. Morris
failed to make a similar proposition
good some two years ago; and sec
ond, because the present editor
doesn't smoke. The brethren of the
press were running Mr. Morris' ad
two years ago and we would like to
know how many of them got their
"smokes" after giving him their
1000 Hops all Sold.
The hop crop for the year 1900,
sale of which hat just been com'
pleted, was one of the most remark
able ones in the history of the
industry in the northwest, says the
About 85,000 bales wore harvest
d and over 14 cents was the aver
age price all the way through. The
farmer Were "at the bat" all the
year round and would not give the
dealers a chance.
It is predicted by the dealers that
if the weather conditions are as
favorable this year as the preceding
one, 100,000 balea would not be an
excessive estimate of the amount to
be harvested, as the yards are all
Contracts (or this year are al
ready being offered for the next
crop, 1(H and 11 cents Wing the
average price offered; but the farm
era, elated over their success in the
past year, in which .they made
enough to avoid going to the out
side for money, will not run to
It is estimated that at least 75
per cent of the crop of 1900 went to
London, wholly on account of its
fine quality. It Is claimed that the
English brewers are more apprecla
tive of the fine quality of the pro
duct they use than the American
brewers, and whenever they dis
cover an exceptionally fine grade of
hops are willing to pay a larger
price than their American brothers.
This is undoubtedly the cause of
the high prices paid during the past
The hop growers all over the
northwest have taken a renewed in'
terest in the business and consider
ably more ground will be put in
this year. W hue this will not
materially affect the output this
year, owing to the fact that the new
vines will not bear until the follow
ing year, it will greatly increase
that year's output.
The Polk County Teachers' Asso
ciation will meet at the public
school building in this city on Sat
urday, Feb. 23d, at 10 a. in.
The following program will be
Music, by the association.
Reading in the Primary Division
by Mrs. Mary Tuck; discussion led
by Miss Ethel Force.
Song, by the Assocation.
Reading in the Intermediate Di
vision, Miss Mattie Lee.
Music, Independence High School
Recitation, Madge Cleland.
Song, by pupils 1st grade.
Dialogue, by pupils 3d grade.
Violin and piano duet, Jessie
Heffron and Kate Ketchum.
Recitation, Lillian Connoway.
Piano solo, Pearl Kelly.
Concert recitation, by 2d grade.
Piano solo, Zoe Stockton.
Music, High School orchestra.
Reading in the Advanced Divis
ion, by Miss Carrie N. Haley; dis
cussion led by II. D. McDonald.
Nature Study, Mrs. Clara French
followed by general discussion.
All teachers and friends of edu
cation are cordially invited to be
A great road is not a conven
ience. It is an investment that
pays big dividends. There never
has been a good road built that did
not pay 100 per cent each year on
its cost. A good road shortens the
distance, saves wear and tear on
wagons, prolongs the life and use
fulness of stock, diminishes the
labor of man and increases busi
ness. A good road makos it possi
ble for the grower to get his pro
duct to market when it is in de
mand, regardless of the weather,
and takes him out of the clutches
of the "middle man," who squeezes
from the buyer the uttermost pen
ny, and grinds the producer by in
troducing exaction. A good road
will bring prqducer and consumer
closer together to mutual advan
tages, for it enables the one to buy
for less money, and the other to
sell for more profit than where good
roads are not known. A good road
will create social, intercourse, make
friends of neighbors, and neighbors
of a community. It will create in
dustry, for the assurance of selling
will beget the desire to produce. It
creates a market for what would be
a waste and has no competitor as a
mortgage raiser. It tears down
combinations and builds up com
petition. It creates factories and
builds up markets. It is the great
est civil izer. To the grower the
difference between a profit and a
loss. To the merchant good roads
mean prosperity and bad roads
spell adversity, Cotton Plant.
Divorces are now granted in
Michigan if the husband is a con
firmed cigarette fiend. It certainly
is time that congress should take
up this question of marriage and
Senator Morgan intends to have
the Nicaraguan canal bill passed at
this session or know the reason
why. lie has introduced it as an
amendment to both the river and
harbor and sundry civil bills.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 11.
The senatorial battle over, Ore
ship substdy bill, which raged. for
the greater part of the past week,
resulted in no apparent advantage
for either side. Night sessions were
abandoned, after several had been
hold, because it was evident 'that
they were doing nothing more than
to keep the senators who attended
them in a bad humor. Friends of
the bill still profess to believe that
an arrangement will lie made
whereby it will be voted upon at
this session, but its opponent are
very positive in saying that they
are fully determined that if the bill
must be passed it shall bo done at
an extra session. That is the situa
tion as viewed from the outside, but
attempts are being mado in private
to arrange a deal which will allow
the bill to be voted upon, and some
of them may succeed.
Republican leaders in the senate
are making it plain that they are
anxious to avoid an extra session
of congress. They havo agreed to
an amendment to the army appro
priation bill, giving the president
authority to establish and main
tain a civil government in the
Philippine, and they are now pre
paring an amendment to the inmo
bill, informing the Cubans just
what congress considers necessary
for them to do before the military
authority of the U. S. is withdrawn
from the island. It is claimed that
if these two amendments go through
there will be no excuse for an extra
The revenue reduction bill is in
danger of fa"-ig, because of the
wrangle in the house over the sen
ate amendments to the bill, which
besides being obnoxious to some of
the house leaders are claimed to he
an infringement uon the right of
the house to originate revenue legis
lation. Gossip has mixed the
American Tobacco Co., commonly
known as the tobacco trust, which
will profit largely if the senate
amendments bmme law, up in the
wrangle. It is known that the ad
ministration would not grieve any
over the failure of the bill, because
of the reductions being largely in
excess of the recommendation of
The eight Kansas members of the
house were asked to express their
opinions of Mrs. Nation's saloon
smashing crusade. Representative
Curtis said: "In my judgment, a
vast majority of the eopIe of Kan
sas regret that the conditions are
such in the state as to furnish cause
to Mrs. Nation to enter upon the
crusade. I have always been of the
opinion that the prohibition liquor
aw could le enforced if the ollicers
desired to enforce it. I am also
satisfied that Mrs. Nation and her
followers think that the crusade is
doing good. The difliculty is that
people outside the state do not un
derstand the local situation and
her action is giving Kansas a great
deal of undesirable notoriety."
Representative Calderheud said: "It
is not aiding the cause of temper
ance nor suppressing the saWn."
Representative Bowersock said
"The woman with the hatchet will
no more abolish the saloon, than
the woman with the ballot will
purify politics. Ultra-teuqierance,
This picture is the trade mark of
SCOTT'S JvMULSION, and is on
every 1xttle of SCOTT'S EMUL
SION in the World, which now
amounts to many millions yearly,
This great business has grown to
such vast proportions,
FrsfV-Because . the proprietors
have always becu most careful in
selecting the various ingredients
used in its composition, namely;
the finest Cod Liver Oil, and the
Sccondr-Because they have so
skillfully combined the various
ingredients that the best possible
results are obtained by its use.
TArfBccause it has made so
many sickly, delicate children
Strong and healthy, given health
and rosy cheeks to so many pale,
anaemic girls, and healed the lungs
and restored to full health, so many
thousands in the first stages o
If yon have not tried It, arnd for fr fopipl,
It agreeable twite will mtrtmae you.
SCOTT A: BOWNK, Chemlala.
409-413 Pearl Street, Nr York.
Ob and $1.00; til dniKniaU. :
West Hide and Faolflo Homestead,
one year, 1 .
Hoplo in Kansas approve of Mrs.
Nation's work, but it is well to re
member that crunks do, not pre
dominate in our state.:'. Mrs: Ue
Is Dii record, I know, as having said
that they can raise more hell in
Kansas than In any other state in
the Union, hut I believe we should
stick to raising corn, wheat and
potatoes." Representative Rldgley
said: "From the governor down to
the looul ollicero, there is io dispo
sition to enforoti the law. With
this state of affairs there ha been a
plan to see if the state would also
protect thoso who take the law Into
their own hands, to abate these
nuisances, There is a method in
this program of smashing saloons."
Representative Miller said: "I bo
lievo the effect of Mrs. Nation's cru
sade will lie that the prohibitory
law will he enforced hereafter letter
than it has been for several years.
White we all deplore the method
adopted by Mrs. Nation, we cannot
help but ttdniiro her courage." Rep
resentative Bailey suid: "Mr. Na
tion is a very radical woman. Sho
is injuring the cuuso with conserva
tive temperance people.' I don't
want to bo understood a defending
the vlolat r of the law, 1 ut I do
not approve of meeting violations
o( the law with lawlessness. It in
jures the reputation of the state
abroad." Representative- Bender
and Long declined to express their
opinions for publication.
Friend of the senior ollicers of
Gen. Leonard Wood, whose nomi
nation to be brigadier general in
the regular army jump him over
tuoro than JlM) of his senior ollicers,
and of Gen. J. Franklin Bell, whose
nomination to be brigadier genera
jumped him over more than one
thousand, ure trying to prevent the
confirmation of these nominations.
as wet) that of Fred Grant, who
is not in the regular army at all, to
Iki a brigadier general. They have
succeeded in temporarily hanging
up those three nominations, all of
those w hich accompanied them, in
eluding that of Gen, Miles to I
lieutenant general, have been favor
ably reported to the senate. The
objection is that the military record
of the throe men does not justify
their promotion over older and
more experienced ollicers.
The attitude of the jreident to
ward Cuba has been made plain re
cently. One of several senators who
called on him the other day re
marked: "The Hag must never he
pulled down in Cuba." The presi
dent at once replied: "Indeed, it
must. Just us soon tu the Cuban
are ready to attend to their own
affairs we must turn their govern
ment over to them, litis Is by no
mean a new attitude on the part
of the president, either, a reference
to his message'sent to this congress
at its opening session in December
1895) will f how.
IiinVM!iili'iirn lint Only tllMt I'omiU.
lion -One In ltiriini Pullai
' IlUX IIO Kill lljr IIUIIM'N.
(irmits I'tois, Feb. 1.', 11)01.
Hon. l U, Winn,
Comma Huiervlor Iist. No. I,
My IVsr Kit 1
I milieu by llio 1'iirtlntiil ibtiliv 11ml
also tilt) lllfxl NH'rit Itl tlllt'Kltk'll('0
Unit I Htii Im'iiik critinai'il (or not iimkinif
tlit) Nimlittioii el Urn (own til Iinl'M'iiil
enct) mora than UOti, The nt'cuantiom
art) tlmt I " either arit-ns in Hi'tllii"
all Hie Miiuliilion icheilitleil or elm pur
lonely fIilii'(l tin) emiiiif rtttiotl. Nfi
ther Otis Is true. I timl 1 1 vim I in Imle
pemleiire m'ltrly n ilrjti.it year itml lie
lievo 1 knew tiiMrly cveiy ii ki'Icii! of t lit
town, ami I enili'iivori'il lo HhI every t'r
on rt-HiiliiiK (lime mi'l interi'it'lc! lite
cminns law un lllicnilly tot kihiIiIh in or
der to K'! a lull I'liiiiiier ilion,
I fottnil hy itt'tiiiil ((unit Al empty
jmii'H in tin town iiinl if lliere Innl U'fii
an HViTinjii 11I six prraona in eifli of (hope
VHCunt liOiiscH tliu total population
would lot vi' heeli li'Mcn.l of only
At tlis time of the Juno election Mr.
E, V. iMlton of inilcpeinlcnce wiih elect
ed county treiiMiirer ami went lo IIiiIIhh
to secure h liotifu nml foinul it dillicult
to obtain one, proving I lint t he report
tlmt tliero were no vacant hoiiwrft in Ital
ian to lo practically true, g
I rend my iunl ructions carefully ami
lielieving I wiih In the r i 1 1 1, tinted all the
crew sleeping on board lint steamboat
Altona (or IU11101111) as it lay ut the
wtmrf in Independence on I hit nijht of
June 1st. I liBted two travelling men at
the Little Palace hotel, one from Chica
go and the o: her from New York, after
quuHtloninit tliein and beinn sntinlled
that they would not be enumerated nine-
where. The Messrs John Kirkland, S.
K. Owens,. Henry Waller and some other
residents of Independence, left jttHt be
fore June 1 for Alaska and being hiiHh
fled that they would not be enumerated
I obtained from their wives answer, to
the neccHHary quimtions nml limed them.
The son of L. Q. (iilmore was uttemliiiK
school in Sitlein, mid to make nine that
I was not in error in HhUiiu his iiiimu, I
saw him in puison and told him not to
'give his name as a resident of Salem.
Quito a number of younit people were
awsy from home at school and I enum
erated them. I took one block after an
other and linirihed one block completely
before going to another, and believe I
gave to Independence Ii.h lull population,
One family spent all the working days
of the week-at a loiging camp on the
Luckiamule anil I called at least three
times at their limine in order to find
them at home to gut answers to the
qnestioui. ' Wherever there was any
question its to 'whether I should enum
erate a name, I gave Independence the
benefit of tho doubt and believe I am I
AM It HKAMNO
Ely's Cream Balm
tf and ttlaaaant to
im Contain un tu
It laqiili kly alwld.
It 0Hna ami floanaaa" , ' I .
xrrr;rc COLD head
uivxa Haiwr at own
J I Mia and I'miarta ilia Memlirana, Itealsma tin
t Ta.ta anil Hindi, lru ta, tv wnn al
Driiwflata nr 'T mtl t Trial Sim, lOcwitta it J mall.
KLv IMOTMKIUi, M Wairau KlnMrt, Mr 1 ork.
smIo In snylng tlis twnsoa report U cor
K. C. I'KNTIiAND,
Enumerator No. 175,
11 111,10 IIDSIMKSM.
Ahalrad of Inmrumeiit Filed In Polk
County Feb. 12 to H, 1 001.
K 0 Kyt to Fannie Keyt, lOOtlQOft
Jo Junes to Hurry Hlhlmrd, Itl 4, ft
blk 10, IinpCo'a add DallM-1126.
H A Campbell to W W Campbell, In
8, 0, blk 3, ami Its I, 2, blk H, Hall's add
W W CampMI to Minnin A Campbell
auie as alxive $:".'.',
United Htatv to Krlo Hji.lat.tli, HHI
m) 30 tp 8 r 8 w pwtnt.
T C llarwond to J ft Macom)er, 7R
N Oarwood farm, tp 8 s r 6 w 150Q.
K I) Cooper to M E Maateraon, m.'X
T I. Ilurlmnk d I 0 t 8 1 r i w-$l.
Our Hops Heard From.
On Monday Kiloy Ooojer receiv
ed the following letter which speaks
Otimha, Neb., Feb. 13, 1U0I.
Mr. It. p. Couiter,
Xt the clow of the Trau-MlMiippl
eiKition we ptirchaaed a bale of moat
excellent hops from which we took your
name. After lining them we became
convinced ut their superiority over the
New York hops which we had used for
a number of year previout to that time.
If you have any hop on hand, kindly
make tu a delivered price and mail ui a
small aample, and oblige,
Yours very truly,
Oj Tims Ymt Co.
This letter speaks tnoreeliM'tuently
as to the quality of the bops raised
in the vicinity of Independence
than could bo done in any other
manner. It also shows tliut it will
pny to raise good hops and put
them 011 the market ridit, If our
growers cx(ect future orders they
must bo careful in tilling present
ones will. We congratulate Mr
Cooper on his success as a grower.
Record of the Leg-Mature.
pahxki) iioru iiot sKs,
II R 2, by Rarrctt, ralative to
H RUl.by lleitkemper, to pro'
hibit harheriiiir on Sunday.
B R VI, by Mulkey, for sale of
S R 15, by Hrownell, exemption
earniriL's of judgment debtors.
S R 17, by Marslers, fixing fees
II RDl, by lleitkemper, to pro
hibit barbering on Sunday.
S R i).r), fixing salary of ounty
indue of Clackamas county.
II R '2"3, by the ways and means
committee, to appropriate money
for leyislntivu expenses, and dehe
Incorporation bills, Sheridan,
House joint resolution of IS'.I
relative to submission of initiative
SKINKI) llY TIIK CiOVKIt.NtlH.
d, by WlntneyIo construct
bridge across Willamette river, levy
tolls. Passed January 21.
H R I, by Nichols, appropriating
money tor Corvallis Agricultura
H R 25, by Harris, appropriat
ing money for University of Oregon.
II R lKO.by itolierts, for payment
of scalp bounty warrants.
224, by StoryKelutive lo Port
land tux levy.
II R 2f7, by Pearce, relative to
u . I .. nT .... .
riiii'tti posiomco siio.
S R 8, Wehrtiug, Relative to li
ennso on state fair grounds. (A law
without governor's signature.)
S R !), by Marstcrs, to amend
Hoseburg incorpori'tioii act.
S R li), by Rrownell, to pay ex
pense of Indian war veterans to
Washington City. Signed Jan. 2.'i.
S R 71, by Smith of Raker, to in
corporate Raker City.
S R S!), by Rrownell, to submit
initiative and referendum.. Jan. 25.
S R 101, by Smith, removing in
cline at Cascades.
S R 113, by Swuek, to authorizo
Portland to lovy a special tax.
Incorporation acts for the follow
ing places: Hoseburg, Canyonvillo,
Silvertott, Elgin, Sumnier.ville,
Raker City, Antelope, Dallas. Sum
pter, Myrtle Point, Medford.
Notice of Final .Scttlenieiit,
In tho I'ounty Court of tun Hpito of Oregon,
for t'nllt Oouttiy,
In the nnittorof lite u.ilulit or Miranda tllll,
Netlee la hontny Klvttn that the nnilnraltrnort
aitmlnlNlmUir of lite oalHtu of Mtraiula lllll,
diwnied, liii lllnil IiIh tlnul aniuiiint of the ad
tut tilm ration of the atilil unlatti with the Clerk
of tho county (mint of mil t county, Hlate of
Ongoti, anil thttt lite JihIku of the wild court
lm Hxeil fiaturilttv tint XU ility of Mnreh, I '.hi I ,
at III o'clock A. M. of mild day at the court
room of atilil eonri. aa the tlniu and place for
the liciirimr ol hh1 account and objection
thereto and for the net! lenient of the aame.
11. II. KKI.HO,
AdmlnlatraUtr of the OKlnle of
Miranda Hill, duoeiuted,
Hated Fcliruurj' '21st, liHll, J-'i'i-dt
WANTKI). Oapablo, rullaltla peraon In
every eottuty to reprimctil, liiruo ooinpuny of
olid lliiiitiulnl rcpulnlloiiiSll.MiNiiliiry per year,
payalila weekly; ! per day almoliitnly auro
and all nxponaea; Ht.ralKht, botiH.tlde, definite
aalary, no coinjiUHHlim; aalary paid each
Huiurday and expemo tnoney
week. HTANUAKU IIOUHH, Kl Detvrboru
WANTUD ' ACTIVE MAN OV QOOI1
fll aracter to deliver and oolloct In UreKnn. for
old eHlalillHhud niatiufiuitiirliiir wholeKiilu
ItotiHe. $WH) a year, mire pay. HonoHty more
than enperltince rciiitlred, Our referenne, aiiv
bunk In any clly. Kneloae Helf-addriwNed
unit .... i,al,...A M,,.t.,l.,nl ,. ...bu 0,l,lH
Polk County Bank
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j.H.IMWI.KT. I', I,. l AMI'IOI I, '
frnlilrnl, S Irr.l'rmlili'Hl.
IH4I, .OH MX, la.hlir.
Paid Capital . . $30,000.00
J. H. Ifawley, V. L Campbell, I. M.
HimpNori, J, II. V, Holler, John
11. Htuiiip, F. H. Powell,
Transacts a Cencral Banking
and Exchange Business.
Capital Stock, $50,000.00
a. aittflCHfirao, Abraham nfmon,
C, W, 1KV1NK, Caafclar.
II )llr liliertf l W Seura 11 V Hiitllli
A Nrlwni . M W Stwnrt
A i.u.ral ftanitiif anl aj.'hania anilitm
tranaaitl1 ; Imm on.lo, bllla 1lavuutttiul. ronv
tnfrotal cradlta granM; drpoalia ran I red a a
cunt nt arcoum auU)aci t cWa, Ularaal uni
an lima 4a(flu
The Hotel Eail
Pallao, Oro. ,
Has been refitted and renovated
from cellar to )fiirn-t, and every
thing is new, (icod sample room
for commercial men. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Rates, 1.00 to f 2.00.
Special rates by the week.
THE CITY BlOK STORE
tarries a tine Miie of-
STATION K It Y, '
Robinson & Co.
InileKiiubnct!, . . Oretjon.
Main HU Independence, Ore.
G. L. Hawkins
BATH AND BARBER SHOP
E. T. HENKLE, Proprietor
Hot and Cold Baths at all
INDKl'KNDK NC'K - - OIlKdON
For D raying.
F. M. SKINNI5R,
Orders for hauling
and at reasonable
'tar -ftri a Sat
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic.
The formula is plainly printed on every bottle hence you
know just what you arc taking when you take Grove's. Imitators
do not advertise their formula knowing that ' you 'would not buy
their medicine il you knew what, it contained.. Grove's contains
Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions 'and is in a Tasteless
form. The Iron acts as a tonic while 'the Quinine . drives the
malaria out of the system. Any reliable druggist will tell you that
Grove's is the QrftjlnsS and that all other so-called Tasteless
Chill Tonics arc imitations. An analysis of other chill tonics shows
that Grove's is superior to all others in every respect.. You
arc not 'experimenting when you take Grove's its superiority
and excellence having long been established. ' Grove's is the
only Chill Cure sold throughout. the entire malarial sections of
the United State. No Cure, No Pay. Price, 50c j
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