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THK ENTERPRISE CORRESPOND.
EM'S SWEEP THE E1EI.I).
A Hoho ami lia-n Hnrneil Near Mo
lalla Mr. W. P. Ilcrmun Has a
Moi.u.i.a, Au(!. 2t!. Thedusly ami smoky
condition still prevails. The niliis are de
On last Thnrstlay, while clearing up some 1
'trees or. a field, W. P. Ilerinan had the
misfortune to pel his lelt leg broken neiow
the knee. lr. I-eavitt was called anl set
Hie limb. Some half dor.en neighbors carried
the patient ab.iut a half mile to the house.
Last Saturday evening the house anil barn
n-Uli their contents of John llhoit. jr.,
were burned to the ground, l uring the
dav he had a stump on fire near bv, or per
haps the stump na,i wen smoui.iering a.ong
I ved hv Mr. unoit, anuacnaiige
in the wind renewed the burning and
reached the buildings during his absence.
Mrs. Sarah Keiser and Miss Ruth Porter,
of Ilwaco county, are visiting friends in this
There will be a great rufi to the hop yards
the last of this week for the express purpose
of gathering in a few shekels.
A Pleasant Outing on the Salmon Rier Near
Wmsm-Kti, Aug. 24. Left Willsbnrgl
August 10, at 11:30 A. M., with one light
and one heavy two-horse wagon. Wound
our way up Johnson Creek for one mile.
crossed over antl went through Woodstock
to the Powell alley road. Arrived at
C.reshain at 2:40 P. M., stopping to water
our horses and give them a few moment
rest. Went on our way, arriving at a farm
house, where we ate our lunch and rested
our horses for one hour. Then moved to a
farmhouse and canned for the night four
miles west of Sandy postonice. r rom
thence a ride of a few moments brought us
in full view of the Sandy river. Winding
along this grand stream, viewing its line
scenery, and listening to its unceasing roar,
we passed some tine farms and good dwell
ings, arriving at Cherryville for dinner. Af
t'r feeding our horses and eating our din
ner we started on our journey, arriving at
Mrlntyre's at 3 P. M. We found ten or
twelve camps at this place. After traveling
for two hours through a tine belt of timber,
consisting of maple, larch, spruce, cedar,
alder, tamarack and fir, we arrived at Camp
Welch at 5 P. M. finding a large crowd of
merry campers, numbering about 150 per
sons and 35 tents scattered through a beau
tiful grove on Ibe banks ol Salmon river.
Our party consisted of twelve persons,
mmely: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wills and four
children, of Willsburg, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Marsh and daughter Ernia, and Messrs.
Vane, Harry and Benny Kand, of Vancou
ver. Saturday the 14th John Marsh, Harry
and Vane Rand went up a mountain near
camp and got three gallons of blue huckle
berries. The mounntain is 3,500 feet higher
than Camp Welch. Some girls saw a bear
while picking berries. They got scared and
ran two miles before they could tell what w as
Monday, Augii9t 19, five of our party
went fishing, coming back tired and hungry
with lfi.5 mountain trout. The next morn
ing three of the boys went fishing on Sal
They traveled four or five miles :
op and down the stream, and came into
camp at supper time with 140peckled beau
ties, well pleased with their hard day's la
Jor. After resting one day and fixing up the
camp to suit the iadies, the writer and three
boys started out in the morning for Zigzag,
three miles above the toll gate. After fish
ing for eight hours we concluded to go to
camp, as our loads were getting heavy. Get
ting to camp the fish were counted, and the
exact number was 512 trout. Eugene Wills
has the record for bringing in the largest
string of the largest sized fish. Harry Rand
has the record for the largest number of fish
.caught, which is 18" trout. The writer has
the record for the smallest number of fish
CA'igbt, which is 37.
Meadow Brovk Mnrmnra.
Meadow Bkouk, Aug. i9. Elmer Bros
steamer and Dix and Wright's horse ower
threshers are " doing tip" the farmers' grain
in first class style.
Miss Sadie Dix is spending a few days
over on the sea-sbore with the family of Mr.
Bonney, of Hubbard.
Robert Wright fell from a straw stack
while helping Jim Hall thresh today and in
jured his left leg quite severely. Bob will
be laid up for a few days.
At the recent annual election of the Can
yon Creek F. A. and I. U. Miss Jessie Rob
eson was elected president in place of Geo.
A great many people are going to the big
huckleberry fields on the head w abtrs of the
Molalla river alter berries, venison, bear
and recreation. One crowd brought out 155
gallons of luscious blue huckleberries.
Lewis and Ralph Young arrived Sunday
from Wasco county, and P. Lafl'erty has re
Jeased his three years lease on their farm,
and will move back to Pea Ridge ami make
shingles, while Young Bros, will run their
own ranch hereafter.
Mrs. Harmon Green of Clackamas Heights
was visiting her aunt, Mrs. M. E. Wright,
Mrs. Win, Snodgrass, of Hplcer. Linn
county, has been the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Monroe Larkins, for some two weeks.
Mr. N. Farr, of Oregon City, is in this vi
cinity buying up beef steers at 2 cents gross.
Messrs. Way and Lane contemplate atrip
to the coast after a cargo of salmon imme
diately after harvest. PlI'KNIX.
Mink, Aug 10. Threshing is in full blast
now, and the steam whistle is heard early j
and late in every direction. Grain averages
quite well this season.
Miss Tillie Wise, of Portland, is visiting
friends and relatives here.
Robert Ginther and his brother Henry
apent last Bunday at Wilhoit Springs.
The infant daughter ol Mr. and Mrs.
Ktnil Stsub died last Sunday morning aged
John Moehnkc has bought a new Peerless
separator and is doing excellent work with
Several young people of this vicinity con-
template going to the mountains to pick
huckleberries, shoot deer, kill bear, etc., but
they must be more successful than they were j
last year or they will return w ithout having
anything but elongated faces ami sorrowful I
expression of countenance. j
.Mink, Aug. Jt!.-llops are getting lipej
antl are in fair condition. Soon every one j
will llock to the hop fields to strip the vine j
of its most valuable production, enrich ('.'I j
the rollers of the hop raisers, at a certain
ra(, am( inor,.a0 t. possessions of the
! )0, llll kl,rs
j nr T,omas llls i,0,1(.,t a new buggy am)
j 1I(nr). ,!mm, am, fllI)1Vi of 0n.(.11 oiv
. neichborhood this week visiting
friends and relatives.
Miss Harhara Steines. accompanied by
, , jj,,,,, of Oregon City
visiting her Parents this week.
Leslie lirooks, of Oregon City, was in our
vicinity one day this week.
Johh Wolf is laid up with the rheuma
tism. Robert Ciinther and his sister llettie were
visitii g their uncle Kobert Schubel, of Mu
lino, last Sundav.
j Kev. H. I. Hiltner of Portland, Kev. U. E.
j Hornschuch, of tiregon City, Theodore
j Hornschuch and Eddie llettman, of Mink,
! have gone to the mountains to spend a few
i dayn hunting and fishing.
.Mrs. Kacliel lUHKiier is on t lie sick list. cess.
Quite a number of ur eople went to Wil- I A recent visit to the saw mill of I.indslev
hoit Springs last Sunday. i Son proved the ow ners to be men who un-
Fires are quite numerous in this vicinltv ! demand what they are doing. The mill is
at present, which coincides almost with the ! not large, but is in first class order and do
condition at Oregon City, for within the last ' jug a fair business.
j rv niontl9 nn9 nave liui(e frequent '
tiiere. 90me f which niitrht have iiroved
quite disastrous. But there is one place in
j Oregon City where, if I am not mistaken,
I there i3 9torej from j.y) t0 jon barrels of
I wsin vMiU-h, if it ever caught tire, would
i make an em 0f Oregon City, for nothing
i V0UiK save it. Tklkchosk.
FFni.r.RvaLK, Aug. Jii.-Rain would be
welcome. Ibe weather is nice and cool
Thresing is on the wind-up in this neigh
borhood. S. D. Pencil is building an addition to his
Will Stonehocker, one of our enterprising
young bachelors, is talking of building an
addition to his house. It looks rather sus
Mrs. Mary A. Pruitt, who has been visit
ing here, has gone home in company with
her daughter, Mrs. B. W. King, who will
visit with ber mother several weeks.
B. W. King is at work blasting out stumps 1
on Dr. Palne's place near Mount Pleasant
C. E. Barney, one of Oregon City's bright
est young law students, was in this vicinity
about one week. While here he gave his
buggy a coat of paint which made it appear
J. S. Forbes, of the city, has returned
from the coast and spent a few days with
his daughter, Mrs. S. D. Benell. We un
derstand he caught the devil while at the
coat and preserved him alcohol.
Ed Sharp, of Fro? Pond, was in our
neighborhood Sunday last.
Some of our neighbors are talking ol go
ing hop picking.
C. IV. Porter informs lis that he will leave
us soon snd move to the city. We sre sorry
to lose a good neighbor.
Mrs. S. I). Benell is expecting ber uncle
to arrive almost any day from Nebraska.
A lot of slashing has been burned in the
neighborhood within the last few days with-1
out doing any damage so far. j
J. G. Fehler is making cord wood andS. j
D. Benell is hauling it the first wood ever j
hauled out of this valley over our new road, f
We noticed an article in the last issue of
the E.ntekpkise headed " A New District j
Wanted," where the committee stated that j
they did nut want any money from the i
Fehlerville correspondent, only help. Will
say they can't get money nor work. We I
would like to get acquainted with the peo- j ket has been well tilled the last two weeks
pie who live lour miles from school. Even : or our mail clerks have been asleep, as our
a two-mile distance is scarce. The commit-1 notes have failed to appear,
tee contradict themselves by saying in their A cooperative association has lieeu formed
article " we have no scholars to draw school j at Monitor for the purpose of a general nier
money. What does that mean? Many i cantile business.
thanks to the committee for sending in a I J. D. Richmond, of Woodburn, spent
little law, for we are no lawyer. But we al-
ways knew enough to mind our own busi
ness and keep our nose clean,
M AKYSviM.E, Aug. 27. Our new school
house was inspected and received by the
board of directors on Saturday last, and
will soon be rereivine two coats of paint bv
Vondorahe Brothers, of Oregon City.
J. W. Jones's thrashing machine broke
down this morning when coining in this
direction and caused several words to he
used that wouldn't sound well in a Sunday
Hop picking begins in this section on
Monday September 2d, at.Newkirshner hop
Henry, Alonzo and C'alla Myers and
Lillie and Cora Mclntyre with several others
from this section are goingto the hop fields
near Marquam on September 1st.
Yesterday Miss Souri and Zona Maytield
met with quite an accident. While cross-
ing the bridge near Smith's sawmill on
j horse back some planks broke and let both
horses through. Luckily, however, the
' damuge was light, the horses receiving a few
! scratches and the young ladies only a big
I scare. The planks on this bridge are nearly
worn out, being only two-inch plank when
new. Our road supervisor would do well to
see to it before the county has a hill of dam
age to pay.
G. C. Bargerand wife of Columbia county
have just returned home after a visit to
their daughter, Mrs. F. M. Manning. Mr.
and Mrs. Barger are old pioneers, having
crossed the plains in '52 and residents of this
county, where they were well and favorably
known for nearly twenty years.
Clarkks, Aug. 20. Some of the people in
this neighborhood have threshed and report
that their grain did not turn out as well as
Kev. Eldwick will preach the first Sunday
In September at the school house at :M P.
I M. Every one Is Invited,
( Horn to the wile of Joe Elmer last week
a hoy. All doing well,
John l tiard will begin tt'iii'hing school
at Timber tirove llrst Monday In September,
i C. V. I.ee has his hop house llnished. It
j helps to improve the looks of his place.
lVntist White, of Oregon City, was in this
neighborhood last week pulling teeth.
!!o! Pctine was seen passing the other
day w ilh a broad grin on his hu e.
A I m t.
Wheat Is Willing Well ami Turning
CtKi s, Aug. '.V Threshing is going on
vigorously. The .laggar machine and crew
have beaten the record of all prcvlousycars,
threshing out on large jobs as high as Juki
bushels of grain per day, and from l.vmto
17(M on smaller jol. Farmers have no
coin plaint to make as to quantity anil qual
ity of yield, but the prices rule too low lor
I any prolit to he made.
tk'tiite a large proportion of our citizens are
j making preparations to go hop-picking.
Some forty persons, young and old, start for
i Woodburn tomorrow, ami others will go to
' dill'erent localities later.
Last week Dewey Thomas, with two or
three others to assist him, tired a large slash-
ing. li required constant watching for sev
eral days and two nights to keep it w ithin
i bounds. It finally burned over without
causing serious damage. Others in the vi-
cinity have burned slashings with good siie-
Oscar Mav. who has been working at
I Pavton. sends word home that he is nude
ill, being routined to tiis led. Mrs. Lewis
I May, of Oregon City, has been visiting for
j 9,une days at the home of W. V. May.
j Henry Hunter, having received news ol
the illness of his partner in business at Pilot
i Hock, will he obliged to shorten his visit
home and return to the above named (date
! . , .
i the present week.
Kugene Hayward, who started for Ok la-
noma two months ago, left his party at Salt
Lake City and took his Cams friends hv sur
prise last Sunday evening. He thinks Ore
gon a "boss" country, after his somewhat
rough experiences bevontl the Cascades.
Mount Pleasant Items.
Mr. Pi kasnt, Aug. JS "The smoke has
also the hay,
which makes the farmer feel quite gay."
Miss Ella Williams left last week for Seat-
tie where she w ill visit her brother, T. L.
Ernest Kigg has been visiting his old
schoolmate, A. 0. Warner.
Mrs. F. . Andrews, who has been very
ill for the past three weeks is improving.
Mrs. Myers, accompanied by her son,
Maurice, and tier two daughters, lino and
Wilma. have returned from their outing at
Miss Grace Himes is visiting her cousin
i Miss Helen Kiggs, at Ixjcust Farm.
A merry party of young eople went on
' a fishing picnic at Newal's creek lift Sat
I unlay. They all reported a jolly time.
Mrs. I'r. Partlow ami sister. Miss Johns,
: of Baker City, are visiting W.I!. Partlow,
an l thev expert to make this part of the
cotinlrv their home.
Mrs. W.C. Duniway and her sister. Miss
Hl,n Itan.lt lots 1,-en visitii, u Mrs. U.S.
B. Lawton during the past w eek,
Mrs. E. E. Kellogg and daughter, Lucile,
will leave Friday for Colfax, Wash., where
she will visit her parents.
James Partlow is spending a wek at
Miss Sarah E. Davidson visited her cousin
tsNII'H ANIl .Snaps.
M aiwi am, Aug. 25. Either the waste has-
Sunday with friends
A large number of Indians from Harrison
Institute passed here on their way to Table
Rock for an outing the last of last week.
J. R. White turned his wagon over last
Friday; a severely sprained ankle was the
A number of the small hop growers began
picking last Monday. The yield is very
light but quality good.
M. P. White Is to start for Weston, in
Eastern Oregon, to attend school this year.
A. L. Brings has resigned as teacher in
our school; his successor is to be elected
Friday. Mr. Briggs will attend (he State
University at Eugene this year.
Edward Burchard was in Salem Saturday
looking after hop supplies.
Arthur Knight, of Canby, is visiting Ids
gtandfather, O. W. Birtchct. B.
Looan, Aug. 8. The Logan flouring nulls
have been overhauled and refitted, and are
now- making a first class grade of Hour. Will
grind for one-eighth and guarantee satisfac
tion, tfj Gl'S FlKl'IIKK.
Maple Lane Mulslngs.
Maple Lane, Aug. 28. J. Davis and the
Misses Mautz have returned from the moun
tains and report a very pleasant trip.
Last Sunday morning a baby daughter
arrived to gladen the hearts of Mr. and
Mrs. Edwardson. Mother and daughter
are doing nicely.
John Davis, while on the recent buckle
berry expidition, had the misfortune to be
thrown headlong, by a young ladv, into a
spring near Kate's slide. Had not someone
come to his rescue he might have been
Mrs. E. M. Ward is on the sick list. We
are hoping for ber speedy recovery.
The threshing machine has left us for
good, having finished the last piece of work
Monday forenoon at the Latuurette farm.
Mr. Waltamah has been hauling Bartlet
Crescent Wedges (warranted.) 15 & S 1'roof Chains. Arcade Files.
Loggers and Wood Choppers Specialties.
Oregon City Agent, ......
pears to the Portland cannery, receiving one
cent per pound.
Kev. Hornsliuh preached for us at the
school house Sunday afternoon.
Wool for sale apply to tleo. Shortlidge.
The Misses Anna Moutz and Bertie Lud
wick were negotiating lor a purchase, but
could not strike a bargain. Vl"i.t:T.
Oovek, Aug. 'Hi. "Pis a well know n tact
that a great iiiiiny people know the loi ailon !
of Dover; hut for the sake of thoe who do i
not know we will say it isjn imleseastuf
the spot w here the Kntk.u hi.k, the best pa- ' (
.1"'"' UK hanwis coiini , is I'rino-o
ll,r 1. .,..!!.. li.r,. I. ill lik.. (Ire.
' gan City and Portland it is thinly settled.
! Dover supports a fine si hool of some Jo or
i .in scholars, anil Jud. Welch is doing splen-
lidly as a teacher.
l.',,r,.ut 1'in.u lim-t riiiriwl into the verv town
of Dover. Mr. Fitzgerald, proprietor of one
of the best hotels outside of Oregon City,
bad to fight the tire four days and three
nights, antl then lost considerable property.
After fighting the flames ami watching
their biiililings for xr hours he and his wile
were compelled to rest, alter wnicti tneir
nest neignoors came anti reiaireti pari oi
the damage. Mr. French had to keep water
pouring upon his roofs to extinguish the Hy
Dr. A. I'. Sawyer: 1 have luul Klieii
inatiHin Bince 1 wan 20 years old, hut
since lining your Family ('urn have been
free from it. It alao cured my litinlianl
of the name) disease,.
Mrs. Hobt. Connelly, Brooklyn, 1,
Sohl by (i. A. Munling.
Many portions suir.fr from tliHonlcra in
the kidneys: and bladder without know
ing what is the matter wilh tlicni. They
should know that diaorders in those
organH if allowed to remain will result
fatally. Dr. J. II. M:Lean'n Liver and
Kidney ialm will restore healthy func.
tional activity and thus eradicalu the
diseaae. Price $1 per bottle. For Hale
by C. O. Huntley, druggist.
To rent a farm, atoek and toola, if natiH
lactory terniH, by a man ol family, who
can give good references ai to indimtry
and bonecty. AddreHH "Renter," care
0. K. A . Freyfag doea not propose to
remain in the rear of the proceaaion in
the matter ol supplying the market with
fresh vegetables, and bis gardens are
kept in first class condition.
Don't Tobacco Spit
Or Hmoke your life awav, is the truthful,
startling title of a book almut No-To-Ilac,
the harmless, guaranteed tobacco habit
cure that braces up nicotinized nerves,
eliminates the nicotine poison, makes
weak men gain strength, vigor and man
hood. You run no physical or financial
risk, as No-To-Iia3 is sold by druggists
everywhere under a guarantee to cure
or money refunded. Hook free, address
Sterling Remedy Co., New York or
Chicago. Charman & Co., Druggist,
Dr. Price'4 Cream Baking: Powder
World Fair Hlghwt AUdal aa4 Olplema.
50c buys what would cost you regular $1.00
Wo IlilVf II llllllllxT nf titlliT riMIIUUIlts
t li nt will o in tliin unit- ulmi . . . .
& Rosenkrans, Canby, Or.
IIAHIGIIOI.ST & COMPANY.
First un.l A Mm. HARDWARE lWlmid, (n'k"".
Nnrttiu I'Mrm Aif cnlit for
Meilin Wmiil Sum. j
Wood Hawt'tl on hIioii notice in anvi
pint of the ci'y lruvc .t-Iris at F. T.
Piarlow'a grocery stoic, or rail on llic
owner, T. 11. IIankins. t(
('.(. T. Williiuns i now prepared to
on goo, I, ii in pronrty,
Those who have used
I 'r. King's New i
Discovery know its value, mid those who
taw nut, have now tl p.iiiilimily to !
11 ' '"""" '""' K1
. .. :. t f . ii , i i . .-. : .. i .1 ,
grsl und get a tti.,1 hoille 'n r. Srml
'oiir inline and udilresH to II. K. I'urklrn
Si Co., Chicago, urn! get u Hiitnple box o(i
! Dr. King's New Life pills free, unwell
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nn n U7 Ul iiiiiui- in I ii-jiiui miuii'Mirr-i
lioltl instructor free. All of whirli iM1
guaranteed to do you got and t ost you
nothing. Charinan Si ('.' Oni-More,
Clmriniin Bros:. Block
SHII.Oir.S CL'liE is sold on u giuir-
anl(. ,t Ini.lfll,.nt Consumption
It is the best Cough cine. Only mm
rent a dose. L'.i cts., fin rts. uud $1.0().
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rot sale by (i. A. Hauling
"I know an old soldier who had
chronic diiirrlma of long standing lo
have been pei manctlv cured by li.knul
Cbaiiil.itrhiin's Colic, Cb dern and Diar-i
rlura Remedy," savs Edward Shtimpik, j
a prominent druggist of Minneapolis,'
Minn. "I have sold the remedy in this
city for over seven years and consider it'
susrior to any other medicine now on Mm j
market for bowel co I.tints 3i and
50 cent bottles of this remedy for sale by
(J. A. Harding, druggist
Ho For the Mountains.
A. W. Phillips will take camping ami
excursion parties lo llm const or mount
ains at reasons hie rates ami by any route
Sufe team andsfrongspting wagon. Also
a general express ami delivery.
Are Von lining KiislJ
If so, it w ill pay you to write to A . C.
Sheldon, general agent of the "Burling
ton Route, " 2"0 Washington stiett,
Portland. He will mail you life of
charge, maps, time bibles, ami advise
you as to the through rates to any point,
reserve sleeping car iiceomitiodulioiis
for you, ami furmxh you with through
tickets via either the Northern, I'nioii,
Southern, Caniidiiin Pacilic or (ireaf
Northern railroads ut the very lowest
The Burlington route is generally con
ceded to be the finest ecmippei:
in the world for all classes of
SIIILOH'SCUKIO, the great Cough
and Croup Cure, is in great demand.
Pocket size contains twenty-five tbies
only 25c. Children love it. For sale by
U. A. Harding.
There is one medicine that cures im
mediately. We refer to De Witt's Colic
and Cholera cure for all summer com-
plaints. NodeIay.no disappointments
no failure. C. G. Huntley, Druggist.
-lleiler l.ance HlUrr Slerl
Hope. Crescent fMeo
WILSON A COOK
llurklcii's Arnica Salve.
Tim Iiest Halve ill tin) world for Cuts.
1 Ilrilisrc, Sores, I'lrera, Salt lllieiiin.
' Fever Sore, Teller, Cliuped hands,
Chillilains, CortiH, ami all Skin Krup
I tiuiiH, ami positively cures Pile or no
pay required. It in giiatntitecil to give
i period sat indict ion or money refunded.
For sitle hv ('Inn man .t Co , ('barman
i Proa Hun k.
I'leyliig'M turnips are perfect, (tweet
ami te'.der. A trial will convilirn.
We recoinend Do Witt'H Colic iitul
Cholera cure liecnuse we lielievo if In lai
a Hufe and reliable remedy, lis gml
t-H'orlH are mIhumi at once in ciiscs of
rlmliTii inorlniH ami similar complnints.
C. (i. Huntley, Druggist.
For the many accidents that occur
about the f ii rin or household, such as
bin lis, scalds, bruises, cuts, ragged
wounds, bites of animals, mosquitoa or
other insects, gulls or rhafeid spots, frost
bites, aches or pains on any part of the
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ttoi ni-it uu mtliriilirlM rloill mitt IMlti Die.
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Dr. .1 II. Mt-Leiin s olcaiiic Oil I.int-
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I ineiit has proved iIhoII a sovereign
' H-iin'"ly. o.'ic, OOr and 1 per botlle. For
H ,y (J. (i. Iliinlley, ilruggist,
I'' R. Andrews, of the Miiplrwootl
fit r :i is now prepared to supply vegeta
bles, fresh, In any part of the city, and
order- by telephone will r.'rrivo prompt
ul trntiou, as be has telephone connec
tion vt ilh every part of the city.
,v1H.)nH win. aro Htil.jmtt Uiiliurrlm
I viMini , ,,,. ; ,)() Wiu,B
Colic and Cholera cure. I 'so no other.
II is the best that can be made or that
money can procure. It leaves tho sys
li in in natural condition after its use.
We Hi ll it. C. (i. Huntley Druggist.
I in Wilt's Colic and Cholera cure never
disappoints, never fails to givo Iniine
ilifitc i lief. It cures just as sure as you
lake it. C. i, Huntley, Druggist,
j An Absolute Cure.
Tlio Original Abieline Ointment is
only put up in large two-ounce, boxes,
anil is nn absolute cure for old sores,
In: :ih. wounds, chapped bunds and all
skin eruptions. Will positively cure all
! kinds of pih's, Ask for the Original
I Abieline Ointment. Sold by C. i.
llimtlev, at 25 cents per box by mail
Mv boy was taken with a disease ros
eiuiiling bloody flux. The first thing I
thought of was Chamberlain's Colic,
( holers and Diarrhoea Remedy. Two
ilosi-s of it settled the matter and cured
lii in sound anil well. I heartily reco
ineiid this remedy to all persona flutter
ing from a like complaint. I will an
swer any inquiries regarding it when
.slump is enclosed . I refer toany county
oHii'iul as to my reliability. Wm. Roach,
I J. I'., f'rimroy, Campbell Co., Tenn.
I For sale by O. A. Harding, druggist.