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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY OCTQHER I, 1001.
Oregon City Entcrprise-jrr"::,: T.
City and Cmnty Ontrtnl Paper. rrl(1e eab'e, connecting our mainland
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wmi iiflnnii pirn ine i in ii''iur m
f voed by McKinley and he urged
by President K-Hwevell.
Tim new president haa great oppor
tunities mi. I bright outlook. Hi) i III
representative of no faction, and li un
bam jMtt.l by obligAtlon or affiliation.
-rTr v- W V W V a- w v '" W " V
PulMlec1 Every Friday.
L L. POUTER, Paora.sroa.
Trial mrwcriMion I wo munlhi..
A diooniii of .VI rent on all iihacriprlons
for on year, 24 mill (or aix months, II
paid i:i a.lvanc.
A IviTilninn rales given on application.
EF rW9W rwJ IT r w $ ATT . 4i
4 a M Mil 4J C1IIU A 11 MMMMIM 2J rj
a ' - wm.w fv n .v KA i m 9Vff m rvi m
The part n k In Oregon liai Iwn un
Usually wet, Tim night temperatures
were seasonable, tut during the daytime
the excra In clouduiese riuwl Ilia tern-
Eiit-v.onher will finil Ilia date of explra
tlon stamped on thrlr papers following
their name. If this date it not change!
wiilitn lo weeks aftrr a pavnieni, kindly
notify us ami w look aftrr It.
, , ... " in ciouoiiiees inuip'i ine letu-
Ills start i mot auspii-toii, and he ht , . , , lrt .
' ' pereture to average about 10 degree
only lodu hi duty to retain the heavy
upiwtof tie nation. Argonaut
Entered at the poslottle In Oregon City,
Or., as second class matter.
A jit.VTS rOR THt INTERPRIrtE.
C l. 'llM'illf .....
Dr.T. B Tliomas
K. I. Hia
IVifir W iinirr
O. J. Trtilliiiwr
W. 8. NtrrT
R. O. Holinrt
J O Uw
C. T. Hr.l
J. C. Manpiam
lUnrr A. SutiW
..J. C. Klliotl
. .Cm, J. Oirrin
Mow normal. Tlia niaxlniuin ipiuiHiia
turrt during I ho iik in Wi-au-rn Oregon
rangisl bet wren f3 (U'(ie ami M tie-
Skmatx1!! iVtivii Jelivere.1 a iLMHX'h nilnlnium h'lween U ami
..i. mi ,i i ,i i 'W J'Breea. lu Katrrn Oregon t i n
leoenlly in ( liUao on lh lealh of , . , .
. Imuni tvmperaturea iancil txlen U)
'"'"".'. ati.HWdegreea, anJ ti.e miuimuin l-
tliataro lo W lilglily cou.inenile,! It 32 uj bO degree. Sharp froata oiTiirrl
liaa received high praiso and a great' 'n Kaalern Orrjm ou aeveiat luornltiga
deal of atlei.tio.t at the hamla of th nj -eaional light Ifvat iiemrte.
I I. ak. . . . ...! .1 ...
preaa of tlie wntitry
thing he iiaid :
"Legislators who betray the common
wealth, j i.lgi-a who poUon th fountain
ofjiistU-e, municipal authorities which
from th writern poiliou of the 8ite.
Tlieae. fioata did no damage of ounae
tjueiu-e, at the tuple crop of lh State
had been aecured helora they ocruried.
The raina have Ut n uuuaually protrao
led, and they have done aome damage to
. . ... ... pmnen oy purating tneiti, anil a eo do
come to term with crime a theaa are' . . .. . .
. I iayea Hie work ol harvesting the crop,
regular contrihutora to tha campaign
fund of anan hy," laid the orator. "The
howling nmha of lyncher who dance In
d'Unken carousal about the aahee of
but the ber.rflta derived from the taint
have been much greater than the loeaei.
The river have all rlen to a good tout
ing Hag, the ground it liuw thomughly
. . . ii.i.f n ., , .
. . aaiurnivu ami in ior un plowing ana a
I new growth of graa ha atarttsl In the
wnoni u.e eenaior nieneu to aanem- poturei and range The following la
blag of wild beaxtn. The "reaerve the total rainfall leportt-d at Wvaiher
corps of anarchy," he called them, ! P""au lUtiona during the wefk : Alto
i . .i ,.i ... Iria, 1 W inchea; rur:iand. 1 6J iuchee:
"i'jT'i i h it ti . .. .... . . t Koeeburg.OSIof an Inch; Uaker City,
..Adolph A h.ilT the aouth, and he rebuked them wiln o S3 of an Inch
OWLW A7ID M EX.
Tli owl ii like aome men.
I !' rated wise, but not
F' r '!,ii'g he ever did
ttr thought he ever thought.
And, I ke "me men I know.
And men that you know too,
Th ol just aite and hoot
Al things thai ol tiers do.
Fjrttinate, indeed, it i at thl rritu-al
P'rioti that the people of the United
Sta'eican tain from the bier of Me
Kinley to contemplate with well-founded
liope the opening aduiinietration of hi
Mccewor in office. It has Wn the
mifjrtune heretofore the vice-prei-denU
succeeding to the executive chair
Iiav i been too anxious to carve out a
personal career for thenieelve. On tsk
Ing the oath of effice, Preiident Uoi w
velt snoounced that it would be hia
"aim to continue absolutely unbroken
the policy of President McKinley for the
place and prosperity and honor of oor
beloved country.'' President Roocevelt
reognized that McKinley had been
the President's worvl concerning Cl 1
goet: "let no one hurt him; let the
law Uke It cuure."
McKinlky led l.ttfe money aide from
hi life insurance, flow does thl fict
match with the declarations of reikis
I T - ,
politician and their organ that be waa trted and it tunning night and day
I II. .u i . !...(.. . i. ,
the tcol of trout and profited at the ex-
expene of the nation?
The ground 1 In excellent condition
tor fall plowing and seed. tig, and thi
work U now well under way, although It
has been more or lea iuteirupled by
The harvet of mgar beets Is general.
The crop i gMxl and the ouality above
the average. The tugar factory haa
IUkb Motrr say he is opposed to law
yers. Thi renews our confidence in
mis com rs all set.
Date Fur UfnrlBt ih P. maliilng Fifty
Five fa es.
Rrgicter Moorea, of the l"oitel State
Land Office, has for hearing fifty-five
of the seventy six contest Instituted by
Charles t. Haya againiit settler on lim
High winds during the week have
caused a grer.t many apples to fall in the
Coast counties, and the crop In that sec
tion of the Stale will lie light.
A the staple crops are liw nearly all
.-cured, ro more crop ImiIU-Iiiis will be
iasiied thl season.
la krj Only Half A Point.
The aocoml prlio at the State Fair for
the best exhibit of cheese haa been
awariled lo the Logan Cheo-xt Factury,
The division w sa so close that there wa
urn h heallatioil on the partif 'heluilgrs.
there bring only half a h1 nt dllTerence
lu the rxiellence of th two (msI exhlh
It, so the anteriority of the cheese which
received the llrst prise over the Clacka
ma County product w very imall
This award, with the prise received for
I'lvmouth Itock loiltry by J. Murran A
Son, of the Mountain View Poultry Yard,
la the only prli received for farm pro
duct by re-hlonta of thl county am
even thi showing I verv gratifying It
I no! exaggeration to say that the only
reason why e did not secure more
aaarda wa lecaus ol the lack of exhib
its. Another year it it to be hox. that
t li k a in a County will have a county
exhibit at (he State Fair that will Ikisc
omi l none. There I n reason why
th.s should not be when we have the
Sr. I.i lle (alt e at t'ic State Fair.
('eorge Lsielle, the well known breeder
of the Itetl Polletl callie, waa aaarde-l
eight prix-s at the Stare Fair, as follows:
Hulls Three year and over first prise :
Call under one year second prlie;
Cow and heifers Three years and over
flrt prUe; one year ami uu ler two
second prise; Calf under one year
third prize; Herds two year and over
econd prisrt; Swimpetakes, cow. Mr.
Iiidlle' stock frm al Mount l'leassnl
ha a wide reputation for high gr le
At-t'ft.it4o Ti i'pnr.tlion for A
MviUVUltt lllkl lVrwh t
nt'MiiixlIli" Contain' miliar
(hHtnn.MoiMit' nor tuw'rnl.
Xi.-r V tn i'htiiv
ase tnj a im nirroaut
Antrfcrl licnii-dv rnrCnn-itliiri
lion, Sour Sninuvh.pMrrUxvt
nis.1 I.uhh or SiJKri.
FfSimiltf SiU'ruilur of
The Kind Yaji Have
tMCT COPy or wUPC.
II W - t.' 1
At afA Jf I B
i f i.
WJr For Over
UOU'I WILL UK HONK. .
A life bas rone out from llnslsndol the free,
A Hi li l Irrciiirii Orliliml
A hie ovorttoamit wuli lovvlrueand hrave
Whose pure blood forrvr will hallow the
MilKlnlrS. the la.l ho was slwsvs s l..v
Who never Ilia horns life ilM mar ur annoy
McKlnler llm .!. lit nli.ltril
lioo-l byel U's U1 s way-uiay Uod' wiy
Our (plrits ars sad and our hearts are mads
Al we think bis sruh will not light any
The face of Ihls nation, mn kind In lha amtl.t
ino Aiiarcny a red hand lias afainsl a
ber claim lu Tillamook county. Nine-,, . u",,uurwl"
... , . Mckinley, Hie man who always would fsn
teen of the contests were set some time Tb. spark ol Iru. loss In th Heart of true
a I . . 1 . . . L , 3
ag-j, aiiu mr uaies oi ine remainder are: l man;
KUL LnlAfE TKa.X.SILKV
onfidenceof the whole country; that
the tragedy at Buffalo created a natural
apprehension; and that confidence could
best be restored by the eimple declar
tiwn which he made.
Knowing the policies of McKinley, we
m y predict those of Roosevelt in the
light of hi declaration. He will be
loyal to sound finance, gaining the full
confidence of business whose interest
it will conserve, and the support of the
pxr whose savings it will safeguard.
On the question of tariff liberation his
attitn le has not been made clear. The
pruLl to of either reciprocity or reform
of tariff duties must betaken up. Mr
McKinley had come to view the question
in the light of foreign relations, and, io
consequence, had prepared eleven recip
rocity treaties which will probably be
prefteed at the coming session of con
gress. Some of these reciprocity treaties
will meet with opposition in California.
The new president will assuredly
strive lo continue and improve oar
amicable foreign relations, and adopt
the McKinley policy of conciliation to
ward our new possessions, with the
understanding that "our authority can
not be less than our responsibility."
His previous record maes certain his
adhesion to the principle of the merit
eastern in the civil service, of which he
lias always been a steady advocate. As
an expanaioniet he has always been in
perfect accord with McKinley, and may
be expected to advance the pending pur
chase of the Danish West Indies as
rapidly as possible. He has had close
relations with both the army and navy,
and knows the needs of both. It is
probable that he will stand for a perma
nent increase of the army to the limit of
one hundred thousand, and certain that
be will urge continued growth of the
navy. It is believed that the strength of
the administration will be given to the
support of a bill to encourage the growth
of the merchant marine by legislation
dJ government aid. McKln'ey favored
a neutral canal ; the retention of Mr.
Hay in the cabinet gives color to the
j j, iiiu mr uiin vi ine remainder are: man;
Charles A. Bailey, December 2; Sarah A. cKiuley, the busban.l, who true woman
Bailey, ixemher 3: Stielly M. Bailey. r..A k,.t i,. n.:
. .. I "J ' - mj inai uuu I will
IX-cembet: Fred C Raker Pmvmhor ba ilona
Air.. a D..L.. r.. . L. -. . If!li: llfl iIiUkI , nn, nki.fl.ln m.ltU I I I....
.... ... i uaiaci, inriuuri I, 11 iniaul ' " iiu lirm j III
elected by .he people: that his policies .. IWlur))f .,, Rr.n. rwJ above
were their prJirto.; that he had the cemher 10; Cherine L. Iirown, IK-cem- S!i."h3: aaft
oer ii; jiiine A. Coles, IVi-emoer IT; I oiaie
Henrv Crenshaw. De, ember 1.1: W.lli.m ,n "' 7 -a.e. tain and
, - l insve.
h.Lason, lcemler H, John Einbom, MeKlnley, the president, noble end true
Iec-mber 10; Erick Erickson, December " 00 aiaay did honor the Rd, hiie and
17; Frank T. Fitxpatrick. December 18: M..irl..u. .K- ... -V.
hrnest C. Oroce, December 19; Oliver 'fd by! lis (iod's way mv tlo.' will
J. Uroce, Dcember 'M; Maggie A. I be don..
Cir.e. December 21: Hark V H..1U. i"".".ur." mV" " "V ?aye? wm, a
uu uesceriueo irom real nn or e'rr and
Ii-. ....l... nn. n-.-ii: it -i. I w
J, "imam m. tJamiilon,! nuas,
January 2. 1902; John A. Hathaway. I J," f mcrW?
I . , ., ... .1 ' w laaaani lliai uur lailfl lliaj BO
January 3; Charles Henrv Ilime. Janu- '
sry 4; Cora Hiuiea. January 6; George McKinley, tb martyr yes, brav to the
n. innies, January 7; t-arah J. II line, .... "asi
Januarys; William J. Himes, January l&nh&AEL&
v, ini 1.. iiniinouiiu, January io; won
Eugene Jenkin. January 11 ; Granville br! ' Oway-may God's a
T. Jenkins, January 13; George John- J. H. Ukattik
son, January 14; Mary Johnson, January ' Taema, Wash.
15;.Winford Johmon, January 10; Geo.
W. Kiaer, January 17; Maydelle Kker, 0nl' "ne Way To De It.
January 18; Jens F. Laraen, January 20; Gel from Portland to Chicag? in 72
Maurice Leach. January 21 ; Tlmmaa bours-iuHt thren daa. Thit Y'll...,,
i-yier, jannary zz; uaieD 31. Martin, roruanu Bpeciai." leaving Portland
January 23; Mary J. Martin, January 24 ; daily at 9 a. in. via. 0. K. AN., arrives
Augusta McLean, January 25; Blanche at Chicago at 9:30 the third day. w
Newman. January 27: Marisaret P.. Kn. York and Boston am nai-ha.l l,a f,.rii.
Ian, January 28; Oak Nolan, January 29 : da7- This train, acknowledgsd to be
nniiaiii j uara, January su; t;an i'e 1 1" laeieei oeiween trie rnorthwest and
terson, January 31; John J. Purcell, Feb-1 tfe East, is solidly vestibnled and Its
ruarv 1 : Enreka H. Ouh. FoKnun 3 I eooinment I nnmimMunl I'nii,,..-
, " .... ,..n,.,w H.IUI.I,
Oliver E. Quick, February 4; M. D. drawing room sleeping car, up-to-date
T ! l-st.- ar . . la t-A . t a..
neauing, reoruaryo; Artnur Bauders, 'ounai sleeping cars, Horary-smoking
February 8: Rocilla M. Kamfen Fhm. lean, free reclinimr rhair eara .n.i nn.
. . VUI M " O - ajaa u I J
ary7; Fred Skomp, February 8; William excelled dining cars, the meals on which
J. Stephens, February 10; Robert Stur- are equal to those served at the very
geon; reoruary ii; lvobert M. Watson, oest noteis. Kemember this train runs
Febrnsryl2; Ashley G. West, February aolid Portland to Chicago; there is no
13; Delphlne Walen, Febroary 14: Cath- change of cars, and the irood of It la. it
r ii... i 1, r- mm I . ... ....
ciiiic v. n iiuerHii, reDrnary jo.
Portland Caruiraf and Exposltloii.
t'l a tr ...
a ue great uarnival, which opens at . .. . 1 ''"
p.ii.t o. L-.iwi.-j - va Huntington, and the "Hrwitana
. uiu.nu vu oiuicuiwr inn com nni ... "
until October 19, 1901, will be well worth .y" - P- 1 via 8jk.
lllnalnrKI Paul an.l ll,l-..l
costs no more to ride on it than on other
We have other trains "Pacific Ei
press" leaves Portland daily at 9 p. in
Furnished Every Week by lbs Clarka
waa Ahstract k Trat Cenp my.
a visit to the metropolis.
Exhibits of agricultural and horticul
tural products, mining and manufactur
ing industries, athletic exercises, a horse
show at which feats of horsemanship and
For rates, sleeping car renorvatlons.
call or write to
General Passenger Agent,
buuw at wiiicu rests oi iiorsemsnatiipana A , ,
the various forms of fancy riding will be U " Nt " ort,n,,. Oregon
seen, and a niagnificent miliUry tourna- "I had long suffered from Indigestion "
ment, participated in by picked comna-1 weltoa n a i.nui- ni.. r.... '
Dies from the Oregon National fJnnr.t I t it t ..i.j . ..
1 irieu many preparations
are a few of the attraction at the Carni- but never found anything that did me
val this year. tt00i up,!! v i. Ko.i.. Ih,u r
The Southern Pacific Co. will sell tick- fins hnfflA mii-At ma a r.i..H c i j
...v..vu.t. a. IIIOIIU wiiu iiao
els at low rates for this occasion, and will suffered similarly I put on the use of Ko-
-..-u . ruur-iun irom Asii- doi Jjyspepsla Cure. He le gaining fast
land to Portland and return, atopplng at ,nd will soon be able to work. Before
all Intermediate stations, the date and i.a llUAft VCnAfA riv.nAn.t. ft.. f If
rates for which will be announced here- Hon bad made him a total wreck." Geo.
aiter. I rr.,,11..
avaws i A lag a
J It N Sellwood to K V S.II wood
loU acre in c 1, t 4 . r 2 w.
nw of A ne of w, so: Z, A
ne ot w and lot 2, mm 2l,.t .1
W D Freeman lo A Freeman,
,' int In e.S of ,' of e' of
a, r 4 e. A u-t 6 In 1 3 a, r 4 e,
A lhis. li to E Bertilsom, of
im of 22, t4, r4e
K C Ofnlyc to I. Tyco, lot In blk
V M Uodlrey to L E Thayer,
blk 10, Ctat-kama Height, h
lot 6, blk W.OC
M LCranfill to A K Holcomh,
J G Zmer lo Cha Restock, ne
of aw A lot 3. see 20, A 1.77 a
in 20 except 15 arret
J Atkinson to P C A O Ry, rt of
wsy in sec V., 1 3 a, r 1 e... .
H W Fries to P C A 0 Hy, blk
M H Miller to F T Grave, 10
acrea in Ulackamaa County...
Archbp Gross, hy Ex, to Cath
olic church projierty held in
trust in Clackamas County.. .
F Hee to M Itee. 13,',' acre in
sc 9, t 4 a, r 3 e
J Trullinger lo J II Dodson, nj;
of ne of sec 20, 1 6 s, r 2 e. . . .
D Yarwood to P Kerr, Int In
ae of iw A sw of te of see 17, t
'3e 1.0)0 00
H Robertson to D Yarwool.
eamealat CU7 00
A E Holcomb to FBraae, 18 22
acrea in Cranflll CI, t 2 a, r 2 e 2.000 00
L B Lejune to It W Henneman.
et al, 10 acres in Whitcoiuh cl 2.000 00
F Eilera to (J Kilers' 98 acres in
see 19, t3, rle
G Eilers to F Eilers, 90 acres In
section 19, In 1 3 a, r 1
G Eilera to U Kilers, 10(1 acres
in sec 19, 1 3 a, r I e
J A Ketk to W O W 339. part
blk 29, Milwaukie 300 00
P Byrne to J II Gibson, blk 10
in Sellwood' addition to Mil
8 A Laue, by Guardian, to J II
James, a of se A se of s of
sec 32. t4s, r3e 400 00
W Kohler lo M 8 Barlow, blk
A, Barlows 1,000 00
a Dempay to M A Reese, 13
acres In sec 9, 1 4 s, r 3 e l 00
L E Thayer to V M Godfrey.
lota 7 A 8 In blk 09, 0 C 1,000 00
Sell wood Ld, and ImpvtCotoK
Pflster, lot 2 in tract 8, A n 95
feet of lotS, in tract 8, Oak
Grove 200 00
M SlIUEf sotierr
I.ii'geif Ind penteat Urlef f Ilias
teIK'0 giali'J ,. t Tku- IT.
4 no 00
'the Independent Order of Lion ail)
Instltu'e a hlg here neat Thursday In
A. O. V. W. 11.11, with a charter Hat f
1) ineuihe a. The rireine feffleer of
this order are men ut eirlenro who
hte held fliioua of trust in the north
west f.r many yesrs. Each ifillfl. ale In
the Lion rn'itles a full rale msmUr to
III) per week in rase ol rl knesa or acrl-
b-nt f r 10 wrek In any one year, and
f'tf r yesr aa lo'ig a you live In taaeo.
lrmneiit diaal City. Whare you reach
the age of 70 year, y u receive 0 per
month ; ami In the event of your death
your beneficiary w: be paid V)a rnonUi
or in all 2l"s). Thi order rN-ognl
woman a man' to ia and adnnis her
into our ix'hsioii departiunnt on equal 1
terms. The aupreiue officer of Hums I
Lotlgo. accompAnied hy the priie drill
lesin, will be tip from Portland lo Insil- j
lute the lodge. I
rAaa: ash (iToj raM:r
A. f. AnsilMi. U.. B)., fHii
f-rf IUh .wk. 11k) buadroU et gt4aij
U ,Hio. . U.kkwp.,. ,,4 w,..,k
Aii.iy p- f , .,,,,. .u,
i.a. M a.i tlom4 iln ,b4
.a sU thr ..r ki.UaU a-laMir4 aat nu
I11..U ot luauiw,. Lai .1.1 .U
IWa4 ( tXrvMers .
" Ttt .rx. tu.Mut.sT
0 MUltoill;?! - . IiAVIU U IH'X,
MISS LAURA HOWARD, j
rrcslilcnt South DuJ 18(110;
(Joir Cluh, Clitrao, Curi-d by
T vdln T tlnLIn...V. a -1.1-
Comnonnd Afftr tlit llt Doc
(om llad Failed To llrlp Her.
" DiarMh, PiiKium leantliank
T'U for jwrfix-t health U-day. Life
looked ao dark to me a year or two
ajro. I had constant pain, my llml
awelled, 1 hal AUty ap.dla, and never
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Indexes, for Clackamas county, and have
the only complete set of abstracts in the
County, can furnish information aa to
title to land at once, on application
Loans, Inveatments.real estate, abstract!
etc, Office over Bank of Oregon Citv.
Call and investigate. Address box 37.
ytf wife fc4 Msnr-lee tirrae,bal
h kM tr- a Ukina CASi AUMn a4 Ibaf
all dlMfi arl I b4 taa lrit:l
waa (oaalliu ut aofua l.ma. ut aliat US
Ine lha flrat War hat hs4 ao If nut
I la Ibis sllmanl. W sano .i at'S lueklk
y ol (moi,i rat Vt'satMAa.
Usrtnaalowo Av.. I'hlladalala. rs.
1 Lf bsiinANiic
nsassai r.taubia. hurt. Tat One rt
Ovut. ! S.o.n, Waaaau. u4 Or'. S. tM-S
... CORC CONSTIPATION. ...
a Saar. CMaaaa, ImmI, Vw. W
MaTO.Rlft I'Snleelr Sllfsf
IW'DAU (laiamtVufclvOssM liasik
atlsa LAtHA ifowAhD. ciiiCAan
knew one day how I would feel tha
next I waa nervous and had no ap
petite, neither could I aloep soundly
nlirhta. rvrlln V. llnL 1... l--.
elalilA (IuiiiiuiiihI .. 1 1- .
JiinoUon with your Sanative Waah, did
wnw iur me vnan an the medicines
ana inn sum or inn iiw-ra v...
months I have enloyed purfuct health.
I verily believe that moat of the doiv
tors are fiieaaing and experlmnntlnir
when thev trv ti rum
mine j but you do uot (ruea. How I
wlah all aufferlng women could only
know of your remedy there would be
iuw, -micnuir 1 know," LAtrrtA How-
and. in Nuwhcri-v a... n.i ,,,
-4m or,.,, y .,;;;B.;;;'vy.
wi ar . -a a.a . a
mm. t'liikiiam IiivUch all wo
men who are ill in urrifn ...
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giving full piirticalara.
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Opp. Huntlcy'8 Druir Btore,
FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IS
Uret Hritain and America.
A Fen Pointers.
The recent tatintlca ftf ttlA till rvi kn. axl
deaths show that a large majority die
with consumption. This dlsaH m.
commence with an apparently harmless
cougn which can lie cured Inntantly by
Kemp's Palsam for tha Thm.t
Lungs, which la guaranteed to cure and
relieve all casus. Price 25c and 50c.
For sale by all druggists.
Dr. J. Arch Stewart
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
317 Dukmn Building
Ilupturo and Piles
Cured without operation or detention
mi G. 15. WATTS
Room 14, McKay llldg. jrd & Stark St.
Hours a to 4 and 7 to 8 P. M,
E. I. SIAS
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and
All kinds of repairing nefttly done
roatofllce HMar. nby, Orr-go"