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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY. JANUARY 24 1902
In Hie Circuit Court, of the State Oregon, for
the County of Clai-kamae.
Pettr OrapenRtltcr, '
To Peter Grupengelter, Defendant.
In the numo of the StHte of Orison) You are
heii by rrqutn d to cppeitr end answer (he com
plaint fllnil flrainit you in the above entitled suit
on or before January 27tb, IK and if you fail to
anewer, for wmt tlureof, the plaintiff will apply
to the suid court for tlie relief demanded in said
complaint, to-wlt: a decree anulllng and dis
solving the marriage between said parties.
This summons is published pursuant to au or
der of Hon. Thomna 10 By an, oonnty Judge of
said county, said order hearing date December
7th, I'M, and the flint publication beingofdate
IUcember 13th, 11)01.
V. D. & D. C. LA'i OFBETTE,
AMomeB for Plaintiff.
Baled Decimbtr 13th, 1101.
NEWS 0? THE WEEK. 3;
tire tilings going at
In the Oounly Court of the State of Oregon for
In the matter of the eBtate of Mart'.u E. Partlow.
To the following nttmcd heirs at law of Martha
F. Partow, deceased, and to all others unknown:
EvhHi) Jnhns, Nellie 8. Johns. Suian Johns,
Amelia Johns, Chailes Johns, William Miller, Ed
win J Brier, Helen thepard, Eliza J. Fowler and
Ii the name of the Stale of Oregon, you and
each of ynu are hereby cited and required o ap
pearat the court room of the county court of the
gtnte of Oregon for Clackamas county at the hour
oflOo'eli ck a m., of Monday, the 3rd day of
February, lt02, to show cause if any there bti why
an OFdcr'shculii not be made by said court direct
ing the nilministratorof snid estate tosell at pri
vate sale the following described property of said
deeeast l, tn-wit:
ConinienpinB at a slake south 11 degrees 30 min
utes fast 8..M chains from the southwest corner of
he D. L. C. of Win. Huliics and wife in township
8 south, range 2 east of the W. M. In Claokuraai
county and slnie of Oregon, and running thence
east 4.118 chains to a stake, thence iouth UJ de
crees cast 2.) chains, thence west 4 iS8 chains to a
stake: thence in rth llj degrees west 20 chains to
the pli.ee of begiuuii.g, containing one aero of
lund more or less
Dune by order of Thomas F. Ryan, judge of
said rami, dated the 27th day ol December 11)01.
Witnefs my hand anil heal of this court the 27th
day of De ember. 11)01.
K. H. COOPER,
Clerk of County Coutt
NOTICE 'OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
Notice is hereby given lhat by order of the
county court of the state of Oregon for Clacka
mas county, in the matter of the estate of J mes
A. Urn bur, deceased, the undersigned will sell at
public sale to the highest bidder, at the front door
of the court house in Oregon City, State of Ore.
gon, on I atnrday, the 8th day of February, 1002, at
the hour of 10 o'clock, a. m of said day, the fol
lowing described properly being in Clackamas
county and state of Oregon, to-wii:
r. e si !4 of the seji of section 2of township
8 eunh. range 2 tat of llit Wiluunutte
Teims of sale cash at time of sale. Sale to be
made tul lect to the order of the said court.
Administrator of Ihe Estate of
Jaines A.Iiaibur, Dectused,
Dated, January 3rd, l'JO'i,
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has been duty hi pointed by the entity court of
Clackamas county, Oregon, (wnirix of the last
will and testament of Morris Caiiunau. deceased,
laic of said county. All persons having claims
egninstsaid estate are hereby requested to pre
sent the same to my attorney, C. 11. Dy, Hsq.,
Cer. Pth and Main Stnels, Oregon (tly. Oregon,
within six months from the date of this notice,
such claims to be duly verified according to luw.
MARTHA CADA NAIT,
liecuirii as Aforesaid.
Eattd ut Oregon City, Oregou, January 3, 1002.
NOTICE OF SALE.
In the Circuit Court of the state of Oregon for
the falate of Oregon -for the County uf C lackamas.
In the matter of theassignuuut o(E. M. Atkin
son, an insolvent debtor.
Notice is hereby given tbatunder and pursuant
to n order of the above entitled court duly ninde
and entered in (he above entitled matter on the
12th dav of November, 19el, requiring and com
manding me, as assignee of the above namod In
solvent debtor to avll the following describe d
real property, to-wlt: A tract of land containing
foi ty-e Ight (48) acres. more or lew . eituated in sec
tions thirtv-two (32) and thirty-three (33) in
township two (2) south, range two (2) east, Wil
lamette Meridian in Clackamas county, state of
Osegon, for a full deicripii m of Which reference
is herehv made to the partition deed made and de
livend to K. M Alkiuaon by the heirs of O. H. At-kint-on.
ik ceased and recorded in the records of
deeds of said county and state in book 57 at page
465 thereof, excepting therefrom a pnrcel of laud
v containing one und eighty-live hnndretlis (1.H5)
aereB heretofore conveyed by said E. M. Atkinson
to (icorge Stock by deed duly rccnrd.d In hi k
80 of the records ol deeds of said county and state
at page 410 theieol, and also excepting a piece or
parcel of land containing seventy-five hundretlis
( 76) of an aire, heretofore conveyed by said E.M.
Atkinson to Henry M Mock byadetd duly re
nin rii-ri In the records of d( eds of Bald county and
state In hook 69 at yage 347 thereof. Therefore
1 w ill on Tuesday, the 4th day of March, 11)02. at
th hour of llo'cloika m., of said any at the
door ol the colony court house of Clackamas
conntv, stale of Oregon, in Oregon City, .11 at
public auction to the highest bidder allot the
. above dear-nut d real propeiiy
t. G.CAfeFII LD,
As-lgnic of F M. Alkli.son.il solvent Debtor.
hiwmK McCoy. Attorney for Assignee,
Datid at Cri-Hon Ci'y, Or.,tl.isth daj of Jall.1802.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been,
iu use for over 30 years, has home the signature of
aud has hcen made under his per
jfii'L' sonal supervision since its infancy.
Wi&rTY, J-tUCAV, Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are hut
Expei imcnts that trifle with and endanger the" health of
Luiiuils and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Cnstor;a, is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
cojifcaisifj iieiilier Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
MiUslAnt'e. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
Bed. nllfys Fevcrislmess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Golfs. Ii relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
ad Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Pauacea-Tho Mother's Friend.
CENSINU: CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
Tlie KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
the centaur oommnv, tt Murray street hew vork citv.
We have si ill a few
Remnants at Cost
OREGON CITY WOULEN MILIS
' xxuvi ' " jTutHTA. trim iwgwc m.ihui t. ' ct"r i ill !
Koiii e Is hi rel'V civen that rll tliuse havinK
claim frainat Die emaieif K .V. 1'eek.iVn i,;ed,
will pri si nt tlie winietol.L. 1'eny, at Heiil.a,
Oieyi u, Viilliin CU cieys in m date.
' ' F. C. I'EBKY,
Di.ted.Molalla, Or., Jan. Dth.lWU.
Kdllce in here! y Riven Ihnt I have been duly
flppeiuted by the eeunty court of thii state uf
Oii'Knn fur Cleckiinias county, as the executor of
the will ft I.eounrd Heiun, deeeiimd, and Hint all
persons lmvinK clnims aiiBinst Hie said ele,
niut jiresent tin m to mew. Ih jm per vi.uilu-u at
the lew i fflee id l! H. i l. C. I.iitiinrette. Ornm
Ci y urenun, i bin six nunths from tlii date.
Fiei iimr ol the W ill of
Leonard Heinz, Deceased .
Isted, Jen, 9ih, l!V,!.
KOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMK.NT
In the Tonnty Court of the St-ite of Oroson,
fi r Die' (Uinyof Cl.rfcamua.
In Hie mutter of the, K.tle of J hn K Irem-
t''N!',ttVisthm-lVsiven that H. W. Trernhnth,
theadniinistr.tur of nd esiat-, hes hied in the
above ei tilleil ( i)lirt Ids Hi nl account of Ins ed
mlnl' tr. ti( n of .! met.; lhat .ionday, the lip
dny of Kehruarv. V-'bi, at 1U o'clix k a. m., at the
court room of said court, in Oregon City, m (aid
Ceuiitt- and elate, has been duly spuoiiited by
the aid court for the settlement of haul account,
at which time at d place any oerKm interested in
Mid . state may at.penr ni tile "-P,',n
sid accouni. H. W IRhMBAII ,
AiinilniKiratorof the Kstate of John lt.lrem
l,l.,Jr.,de,easedHEi)GEsAGRiFmHi Attomeya for Adn.timtrati r.
Tifty Cents m Year-IJ Thin Tenny Number.
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to check the hand of Industry. Tho eaper com s fragrant with the breath of the
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stores ui the golden sunshine anl the cotton whitens In the moonlight, wll; be
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JtddrrMM AU Communications tt
XShQ SUNNY SOUTH, Atlanta, Ga.
Tuesday, January 21.
Hot A diapatcb irom Colon, Co
Naval lombia,' says that a naval
Baitle. liaitle beijan at 6 o'clock
thi9 mornit g in the harbor
of Parnmn. General Cauloa Alum,
governor of Panama, was billed during
the huhtini:, wbicli continued lor aunie
lime The government bo.it Lautaro
was fired bv her crew and Bunk. The
revolutionary fleet consisted of the
Fteaaiers radilla, Darien and Uatien.
They are trying to force a landing off
Siiona. The government slnpa were tne
Chilean line steamer Lautaro, the Pa-
ific Steam Navigation Com puny s
Hteamer Chicuito and the Panama Ca
nal Company's steamer Boyaoa. Tlie
first nimieu steamer was seized by (gen
eral Alban, and the other two have been
chartered by the Colombian govern
ment. The government forces are
throwing retrenchments The United
States cruiser Philadelphia is close to
the scene of the fighting.
Portland exported one-fifth of entire
amount of wheat shipped from United
Stales in Di cember.
M. C. Iianfield elected president of
the Portland, vice Hughes resigned
Night street car employes on the Oily
& Suburban lines iu Portland, hivt)
asked for an incite in pay.
Potatoes are bringing a huh price in
the tnaiket, and are worth gold and
checks. George H. Brown is buying
and shipping hum'r da of but-hiK
Wednesday, January 22.
Simon men get tlie majority oi the
judgeo and clerks of election appoint!
nv the Multnomah county court, me
Mitchell faction only secured a minoiity
The Uniii-d Stales senate has adopted
Miichell's resolu ion calling for ii.for
ination respecting the transport service
The object is to ascertain whether, tht rit
his been (incrimination, and if money
can be saved.
Governor-General Taft, who arrived
in San Francitco from Manilt lant night,
says that the war in the Philippine Is
lands is almost stamped out The land
question is the one great difficulty.
C. A Johns, of Baker City, is a can
didate fr the tepublican nomination
All the convicts who escaped from the
federal penitenMaey on McNeill's Is
land, hare been recaptured. ,
H. W. Corbett is elected president of
Lewis Clark expositi n, and H. W.
Scott is ranted for vice-psesident.
The Albina Water Company accepts
$200,000 from th P rtland water com
mission for its franchie and plant.
Bennett Thompson now in the Port
land city jail, confesses to the numer
ous hold ups on the White house and
Slaven toads and near Oswego Also
confesses holding up tlie Electric
cur between Oregon City and Willam
ette Kails, eaily in December. Charles
vVriuht. his accomplice, only recently
j'dned him. Beth are youna men, atid
werf 'formerly in the reform school.
Henriett is tall, six feet and two iiuties,
bile V right is short and heavy-set.
Thursday, January 23.
A dispatch from McMinnville states
that two young women, Miss Nannie
Ungerman and Mrs. Ollie Gaunt, are
dead at the home of the laitcr, from ar
senic poisoning administered probably
bv their own hands with suicidal iu-
tent. Mis Ungerman wa emploped at
the central li lephone office last night,
and her friend, Mrn Gaunt was stating
with her. About :M o'clock Miss un
gertnau telephoned to a physician, that
Mrs Uaunt was sick, ami wneu iun
doctor came they admitted having la-
ken poison. Restoratives were admin
istered, but it ws too late. Miss Un
german died at 2 o'clock today, and
Gaunt at 5. Both women had good
homes and their fnmilies are prominent.
Disaypointments in love and dspon-
tency are said to bo the cause. Mrs.
Gaunt had bren separated from her
husbai d iortcv.-ial montns
Bennett Thompson and Churles
Wright, the Portland highwaymen,
were seiiltt ced to Ihu penitentiary for
20 and 10 ye r- respectively.
I'crlnips Tou Wonder
if the'ermentinj! cold that madolai-t win
ter in. e long nuseiv fill be is bad tins
. . . . . .i ,
vear. l.ertainlv not, it you laae .ien b
l.unur Bnl sum when tickling and tawness
in the throat announce the pretence of
the old enemy I) m t expect the cold
to wearitsell out. Take the right rcine- y
in lime. Allen's Lung Balsam is fri e
"Why, sir. the magpie's dead."
"Poor JacU! What tool; him off?'
"We think, sir. It was eating
much hoist- meat."
'How's thni V Where did he get the
"I nm sorry to tell you, sir. that both
the CUtTiatre lioi s
"The horses th'ilti: Wii.il ailed tlicm?"
"It must have been overwork draw
In? vt iiter to the tire."
"Why. sir. the hiill wits Lu-tjed. to ti'.c
Efouiid." "(Jreat heavens! How did thut hap
pen?" "It ciiutfht tire from the funeral torch
"Your mother's, sir."
"My poor moUicr dead! How; long
was she ill?. What wits the mutter 7"
"Well. stv. she never h: ld up her head
after your father's death."
"My father too! Toll me tho cause.
"lie took to his bed nfl soon ns he
heard the had news, sir."
"Had news! What t o you mem?
"That the vessel that held his whole
fortune hud been lost at soa."
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Til t'lMUMlOll t'llOi'll.
.lames Iltickhiun, one of our minor
poets, put Into beautiful verse tut inel
eVnt which occurred durlntr the civil
wnr. lie calls It "The Common Chord."
Tho incUlct't was this: Two grout nr
mies, one wetiriiiit the blue and one
the Ki'it.v. were drawn up in prepant
tlon for battle. As the evening fell the
bands began to play. "Dixie" by tlie
southerners was followed by "Yankee
Doodle" by the northerners, and "Ma
ryhind. My Maryland." drew out "Hall
Columbia." "Itoiiuliful Girl of the
South" was answered by "Just Before
the Battle, Mother." Each side mock
eil mid jeered the other's music and
cheered their own until the stars came
out nnd silence fell.
Then, sweet nnd low, a band far up
the line began to play "Home, Sweet
Home." Another nnd another joined
until nil the bunds oti both sides were
playing In unison, and. stronger and
more beautiful still, the men ou both
sides were singing the words. The
common chord had been struck, and
the thousands of combatants were nt
one with the sentiment, "There's no
place like home."
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
ana cheerlulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that It is not uncommon
for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ates too often. If the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble Is due to a diseased condition of tha
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty- fCy
rent and nnft rin liar ft IfTfLC-i
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet tell- Homo of swump-Root.
ing all about it, including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be suro and
mention this paper.
W ai ted to boirow $'0; ou real estate
e tititv, pivate fsriy. 8 percent on
e. - "loan. Addre's, B .x J. ""bb;id,
You vi ill nmke no mist. ke in ) n ing a
United S-fltes cj ' i' m sepai iH"r ot the T.
-i T wnsi mitre, tipry I'mni-..n ! 44
Si cond Strei-t, l' tlinn'i They give
easy terms, and will take crtam in ex
Plenty of privale money lo loan at 6
and 7 per cent. 0. II The.
The New Era flouring mill has begun
operation, and is now ready to giind the
farmers' wheat. Flour nnd feed ex
changed for wheat, SutUfuitiou guer
antetd. New Era millers.
I.oM A young dog, medium HZvhtrt
hair, hrindle color with liny hi e stripe
on head Finder ill please couininni
catewi'h JhcoI) Hueck, 'arlow, and re
ceive suitable rewnid on returning saute.
It Girdles the Clohe.
The fame of Bucklen'a Arnici Salve,
as the beet in the o:!d. exfet ds r und
the earth. It's the one perfect healer r.f
Cuts, Corns, Bums, liruie-e, Sores,
Scalds BoiU, Ulcers, Frlons, Aches,
Pains and all Skin Ernpiions. Only in
fallible Pile cure. 25.: a box at Geo. A .
Have you seen the Brow lies? If not,
you'd better be up at the opera house
on Saturday, January 25th.
Blown to Atoms.
The old idea that trie body sometimes
need' a D iWerfnl. drastic, purgative pill
hax been exploded ; for Dr. King's New
Life PiiN, which are perfectly harmless
gently stimulate liver and bowels toe-
Dfl Loii)on matter, cleane the By
tern and absolutely cure Constipation
and S'ck Headache. Only 2)catbeo
A. Harding, drug store.
500 tracts of land for sale. Inquire
0. A. Cheney, Oregon City, Or.
The Hinmple of Pnnnnlnl.
A story Is told of how Pagiinlnl once
cniiie Into the concert room, took the
violin find touched the strings. First
one string broke, nnd a smile went
round the room: then another string
broke, nnd there was more audible ex
pi'CKsion of mockery. When n third
string broke, many people laughed out
rizht at his discomfiture. But Pngti
nl'tl stood forth with his violin as
though nothing had happened and
played on the one string, and the peo
pie ceased to smile, but listened spell
bound. Some of those who had deritl.
ed him began to weep, and some even
Many a man hart fallen helpless by
the wayside when some great catas
trophe turned the current of his life
nride. The brave man pushes forward
with one remaining talent and plucks
victory from defeat.
A WORTHY SUVCESbO.n.
A Deiiiiernlo Chance.
A Russian exile relates how he once
saved himself by a desperate artllice.
A police official seurched his house for
compromising papers. There was In
his possession a document the discov
ery of which meant serious danger to
himself and his friends.
Wherever he might hlda-lt. It seemed
certain that It would be found. He
coolly handed the document to the
official, who scarcely glanced at It nud
handed It back.
After the most careful search the of
facial, his nose blackened with soot nnd
his hnlr decorated with feathers, for.
he had even examined the stovepipes
and tho bedding, departed empty hand
Hot soda at ilin K zy Kandy Kite! en.
preserves and pick led, spread
a thlii cuutlug of
Will keep thpm ntmoiutclx molnture and
eld in'oof. i'uretellncd Farulline ialno
Uhi-I'iii In a (lo.';u othiT wayH Hbout the
ituuHU. Tull UlriictloiiH in eucb puckfeK).
STANDARD OIL CO.
How the Section Ear It.
The woman from New England buys
a "table spread," wlille her sister from
the south buys a "tablecloth." The wo
man from Nova Scotia orders tho serv
ant to "lay the table," while with most
I of ns natives of the United States the
command is to "set the table." In the
country the hostess K)iysto her guests.
r "- i i ' "i-Ki- --. Kir'
WANI'tn-THUSTW'H'I.AY MI'N AKD WO
mi.ii U trnvi-1 anil n f1wTti" tor lfl cfllnMlihi'd
hunw f unllil aeiucml ntn1irK. t-iar.v $7WI
year and exnenH, nil k at-i in eafh. No '-an-aK'Oi!
renuircd. riive n ft;rt'ncen nd encltwe
ell-a l lr eiea mumpe'i ,iivliipo. Addrrt.fi Mao
nr. l)i 'i xtiii) Bid . Ohlcatro.
At aS aruf
2. Pom 25-
"Sit by." when it
town It Is "I'ii'ti i'
city among swi'i's
liivllation than ih
is time to (til: In
s,l down." In the
il.ci'c is no f iit't hi r
c ailnoilllrcllii'lll nt
ill'iiii'l' Is siTved." --
"Sonitfhinfl New Under tho Sun."
All Poctotr have died to cure CA
TARRH bv the use of lu.wdi ra, acid
gases inhalers i nd drugs in paste foi ru.
The powders dry up tlie niuct.ous mem-
iraneB cans'iig ihcin io era k open i.nn
bletd, The powerful acids mud in , the
inhalers have entirely eaten sway the
same mtmbrares ilixt their makers have
aimed lo cure, vhile pastes niid oint-
menls cannot reach the diseat-e. An old
and experienced ptaclilioner who ha
for many years made a close study and
specially of the treat merit of CATA RRH ,
has at hu-t perfected a Treatment which
when faithfully used, nor only reiieveB
at once, but permanently cures ua-
TAltlt H. bv r moving the caui-e, slop
ping the discharges, andcurir g all in-
llammation. it is rne oniy remeoj
known to science that actually reaches
the afllicted parts This wonderful
remedy is known as "SN UF1 LES the
GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE"
and is sold at the extremely low price of
One Dollar, eai h package containing in
ternal and exlernal uiedicn e stitncieni
for a lull month's treatment and every
thing necessary to its perfect use.
SN U F l-.cS" is the only perrect UA-
TARRH CURE ever made and Is now
recognized as the only safe and positive
ore lor trial annoying miu uiegummn
disease. It cures all Intliiiniuiuioii
quieklV and permanenlly and. is also
derluily quica to relieve u a i r
VEK oi COLD in the HEAD.
CATARRH when neglected often
leads to CONSUMPTl()N-"SNUF-FLES"
will save you if you use it at
once. It is no ordinary remedy, but a
complete treatment which is positively
guaranteed to Cure CATARRH in any
form or stage if used according to the
directions which accompany esch pack
age. Don't delay but eend for it at once
and writ" full pMr'ienls's a to vour con
dition, and v m will receive si ecial a !
vice troin tiie discoverer of this wonder
ful remedy regal ding your case without
cost to von hi", ond Hie regular price of
"SNUFFLES" the GUARANTEED
S'nt piepaid to any address Hi th
United Sti.tcs orCatiad i on receipt
One Dollar. Addrei-B Dent. K CIM, K ol
WIN B. Uil-ES & COMPANY. 23.JJ T
:!;2 Market Sued. ITuUdolp'tia.
a ( Ii
Orlglualls ii i"
In this eon
parents, rl r .
Spanish cican-. i
the word is rest
of Spani-ih and l '
born lu 'die "in 1
"Thnt r"-- ' ' f would
trust with ii million doll'irs."
"So wool! I." :i: . -.vi red Senator Sor
ghum. "A iiMU eoliid get elioilgll colli-
1 Inn' 1 1
l. who are
Tlie.: Heat I'riniviptioii for Jlilliirln
ChillH and Fever is a bottle of Orovo's
Tai-t"leis U'i'l Tot;ic. It is simply iron
and qnimiio in a la"telena form, Ne
cure no pay. Price 50c.
miHsions oa oi iin.i..,.ii
lars to keep liltn sal'1'
Hbout $10.UO0 or !p-,.
In, n, Dll dol
ed. litit how
. V Wnslilng-
I a le,
Jdamroa (nt the brer.!; fart fable) You
always ought to use yotir napkin,
Georgle I am usln' It, mannna. I've
got tho dog tlud to the leg of the table
When a man borrows a saddle, be al
ways changes the stirrups. Ever know
a man to put them back? Atchison
Mr. Max Ilerny, the popular come
dian, will give you tome of his best
comic sketches on Jan. -5, at the opera
1 1 lie Kind You Have Always w
ia.-. t',0 A m MI'U 1M nam Mi I
On Saturday, January 2oth, will be
the night when people will go and ceo
the l.iitle Hrownies in their gre.nl play,
"Drowrue Lite in lirownie Laud."
A Five-Room Cottage for S ile
city water, sever,
tli is office.
N. Jackson, Danville, Id., wri'ei: ,
"My ilaughtu had a severe Hltm k of la
grippe and a ternble eoiuh Be lled oa
her lungs. We tried s ir-iit niar.y reme
die w'nliout givii g reli f. She tr!d Fo
ley's Honey and Tar which cured bar.
She has never been troubled with
...h.siuca. Chirm i k Oo.