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OREGON CITY ENTER HUSK, FRIDAY NOVUM HEU 8, 1001.
Oregon City Enterprise.".
I "It j and Count; Official Paper.
Puhllnhetl Every KricUiy.
L I.. rORfKK, Pa,.ra.T,a,
Connecticut, Virginia, and Forlda, with
Hate, Will keep an eye on her to-
I bacco trade. If the (alls at sel'-govern-
Snrnt, Mix litter it till ht for her, tut
not for American producer.
Srins ami Indctlerent, I eon Csolga.s,
(lie atn, went to lit deVh, declar
inn with hia last word that he toll no
sorrow for lilt crime. The execution
On jrr ir
S i month.
Trial mittcni'lion two month..
A discount ot .V) entt on all tiihiH'ripitoi' ;,v,)(h.
ror on year, a itihi tor ix mount, it
pait in tilvanre.
Advertising rate given on application.
f?Mook place In the I'liton at Auburn at
a . seven o diva 1 uedy morning, Oduber
IN NEW YORK
lWi riunllly Over Sliolind
Twenty-two witness.' paw the
death chair prepared and watch! the
Instantaneou rffwl of the electric cur
rent of seventeen hundred voile. The
vJl'AY W1M IN l'Km.l.YAMl
Butirfriher. will fl,,, ih dat of rip''- h.vly wa but led in uni, k'ime in an un
tlmi tfiiiilwil nti thair Iditafl ftill.tartn
thm ".ame. If this date la not rnaninsl
within two weeks after a pavmrnt, kuuliy
BoUI ui aud r ill look alter it.
I utereJ at tt pottoftlea In Oregon City.
Or., a aeconil class matter.
A1IXTS FOR THE INTIRTRISE.
butt, rule ,
...Dr. T. B Thomas
K. I. Sia
(... .Oscar Wisninrer
O J. Trulliner
,...V. K. Sesrtierry
R. O. Holme
C. T. Howard
.R. M. Cooper
marked grave In the pnaon cemetery,
PacsiPiNT Si iiwam of the steel truit
plated gulf for the firt time at (ilen .S iew
the other day. and took 30 strokes to
make, the first hole. Therw are other
games that Schwab can pl.y better.
Now that tlier have started a presiden
tial lom for him. Shlcy uiuot be sin
cerely pitied and yiupathised with by
A roar d the Court lldie.
Caroline Grasier hat brought suit furl a
divorce in the I 'uiim lmri .........
J. C. Marvin.n. l,r"' - ground 0 cruel and inhu
B. Jni.ir mn treatment. The ptaiutur allejica
"' H,nf HAv"t'rn 1 ,h "1r',H, 10 ofD.t.nt in
.'.V.V.V.V.J. C. Elliott I I'wniber.tifciy, and thai ho durefafdod
n I 1. ... .1... . i . .
rj'"" " j iiu.oana, nat lor a long
!.!...Adph AichotT . ,im J ince their marriage been
KU'y 01 cruel Ireatujent of heitelf: tiiat
" ( Hie drfeuvlanl mould finpieutly bwoiue
Rtpabllraua Hare IurtrtiMv! I'iu'iluloi
la Utile and Utrr 10,l0(.MJor
It; In Ncbranka.
The recent report that petition for the ! angry at her and at audi litura would in
. .. .. I k. . - I 1 . m . .
1 un nrr aiKi conuuci niniwir m a rude
and unkind tuaooerand aould threaten
aiiiirxttion of Cuha to tl.e I'oitrd S'n'.d
bare been quietly circulated, receivirg
the iDatorve of lare numbrra of ii.l'u
er.lia'. Cubana throughout the island, haa
t en (o!loed by a rorrtcpomlirtr politi
cal Hurry in tbia country likely to pro-
I to leare plaintiff; that he cea-lected aud
j rfiud to ivnUibute toward ber aupporl.
Sue alto a!lrkt that aince Aoril 1. l'JOI.
I khe hit lf u cimjf lltnj to go out aud do
I wajdutia' and houK-vlranisitt in order lo
..,- a crop of congrerviional debate, tbia 'U,'rt beriM'" 'nJ fu,ilr- "'aaier
our ciu.uren py a loruier tuainage,
winter. The Pemocratic pirty, with an 1 -n 1 .,1,1 . '
' " I ud it takea all the niooee ahe tan earn
to aupport the children and Hive them
achoohng. The defendant la employed
in the aoolen xiitl.a and reeive tj a
Uloutb. Tlie ulainlitf Drart r.,rn r.r.t..
comllmrf the defendant to pay to the
c. erk of the court 75 on date to be
fixed by the court; the money to be uted
lo py her totta in thii auit, and a decree
d. o ving tl.e ujrri;e coutract. She
aleo askt to reeutue her foimer name
Mamie Jeartt hw flll a mit for di
vtfte againl Auioa Jeaett. Her attor
ney ate Graham and Cleeton, of I'ort
Und. The couple were married in 1&S1 at
Jtin County, Ioa. Tne plaintiff a!
lejiea that ber husband inflicted eronal
indignitiet upon her and in IS!'8madein
Uecetit proputala to flora, their 12-year-old
daughter. Mie allege cruel and inhu
man treatment and non aupport. She
alaoaakttobe allowed to resume her
eye to the conrewional election of next
yar, and regardlrMof ita fervid pleaa
for Cuban independence in lS'.'S, will
probably attempt to make po'itica! c?pi
til out of the eitualion. The Republican
p .!i y haa been to gratify the Cuban de
mand for independence aa oon as stable
t 'Ternment iouM le aecured and tried,
which, if gticce-afnl from our Doint tf
view, would Ie.l to the negotiation of
trade rel:iong with the new government.
It is expected that the Democrats will
t:rt demand abfolute Ut trade with
Cuba, and, aecondly, annexation. Rut
their strength is liable to split on both
proportions, as it did on the Porto Rico
bill, while the Republicans willjbe found
aolid.'y arrayed against both demand.
Tl a f Aiiia.na . I 1 n . - i - I. . U 1 1 T .
ln.t.lUM ... - f ... r.
cratic and its attitude Is well known. lis . J"n' 'ay. Ihree
cliitdren have been tvorn to il,uin n...
enceJeaett, 18 years; Eila Jeaett Kil
gore, 15 years; Guy Jewett, 13 years.
The executor in the t state of James L.
Bailey, deceased, by his attorney. J. V.
Loder, aks the court (or an order irrant-
ing permineion to sell the personal prop
erty, valued at 110. The court baa aulh-
orized the sale, and the proceeds ill be
applied in the intereeta of the estate.
John Jacob lluber has been appointed
administrator of the eotate of August
Huber, deceased. Huber died October
25, leaving an eotate in Ibis county val
ued at H50. George Clark, Walter
Krechern and O. D. Robbins have been
appointed appraiacra of the eiiUte.
(Continued on page 7.)
senators and representatives are already
prepatina to resit any movement made
by any party having for its oty-ct either
free trade or annexation aith Cuba. The
reason, of course, lies in the interests of
competing productions. Allofthesuisr
producing intereeta of the United States,
whether beet or cane, as well as the
groa era of citrus fruits, will be up in
arms over each proposition, and the re
salt is likely to be that Cuba will get
neither free trade nor annexation, onlew
she gives evidence of abandoning Inde
pendence and throwing herself upon the
protection of some European power, in
which case the w ill force herself into our
It has long been conceded that the fu
ture of Cuba must be either an European
protertorate, an independent republic
or a member of the American sisterhool
The 6ret we cannot permit. The second
is of dnnbtful possibility, and if it fails
there remain sonly the final solution that
of annexation. Reciprocity we might
concede, it the conditions were suitable
but free trade is out of the question, and
toojsweeping a change in our economical
principles. Efforts for free trade with
Cuba, although doomed to failure from
the start are liable to dampen the ardor
of the friends of reciprocity, who are bay
iog too much trouble with the treaties
already prepared. Aa annexation also
means free trade of even a more p rma-
nent variety, the effort toward either will
Lave a neutraliiing effect on the work
for reciprocity in general. As an inde
pendent etate, Cuba has a bard row to
boe. We have kept faith with the inland,
but in sucb a way that she is virtually
an American protectorate. No on; knows
whether ehe can make treaties, or who
iB to bo responsible for Hie safeguarding
of foreign interests (here. In tr9de mat
ters ehe is equally unfoitunate. Conces-
Beth Low waa elected Mayor of Ne
York by from 30.CH) to 4tl.ttM nluialiiv.
Jerome, for Iitriit Attorney, ha a com-
lonaDiri majority, and Mavor Van Wk.
for Supreme Court Jutlic. a a defeated.
The entire fusion city ticket aaa au.ce-a-
fol. Republican cmil Albany. Trov.
Buffalo and bably Syracuse.
Well, Republican, aud Schuilii. I'n-
ion Labor, ar running a cloae race for
Mayor of 8au Krauciitco.
Th Republicans carried Ohio by In
creaaed pluralities, that of Governor
Nb beinr placed at flO.OOO. The re-
election of Koraker I auil.
In Pennsylvania the Republican ticket
waa elected by amaller pluralities than
in l..xj. Hothermel, the Cnlon-Anti-Quay
candidate for Pint rid Attorney at
J'niladephia, a beaten by 4J,u7$ plur
The flrfine from Maryland are Incoin
p'ete, but in.licate IVtiuH-ratio control of
the I.etfmlature. Ti e vote In Baltimore
I very cloee, and wh'chvtr party aint
will not have over :00 mj ri'y.
PetiKK-rata will have an Increased ma
jority In the Kentucky Legislature,
They also elected the Mayor of Loultvlllit.
in Kh-Me I. land the plurality of the
Republican state t cit will run over
W. Murray Cr.ne t for the third
time elected Governor of Mata :hurtts.
The State Legialature will be strongly
In Connecticut the Republicans elected
a m.jority of the delegalra lo the Consti
Arapahoe County, Colorado, is IVmo
rratic, but Republicans were iucreful
at Pueblo, Colorado Springs, and Lead-
Cummins, the Republican candidate
for Governor of Iowa, waa elect! . by a
plurality of about 90.000.
The Republican ticket In Nebraska was
elected by 10.0W majority.
South Dakou Republicans claim to
have elected the eight Circuit Judges.
The entire Republican ticket wa
eected in Salt Lake, and probably in
moot of the other Utah ciliee.
Republicans were generally aticcesafu!
in the local elections la Kanaa.
Io New Jeraey, Murphy, Republican,
is elect! Governor by about 10.0)0 plur
ality. Roth branches of the Legirlature
will be Republican.
The (emocratic state ticket in Virginia
waa elected bf at leaH 25,0m) mtjority.
itkAi, MKir. iiuMi:iiH.
I'urrtUlifd liter; Week b; ih CUcka.
nm Abalrncl k Trtut ('uniins
M ltaochker lo (lanihriiiut Blow
lug Co, Trad adj lining aud lot
SA 4.o(PT Co' loit I n:3
Win Spaiiel I P Spanel, of sw
ol hh! i'S. t i' a, r 5 e 3.10
S J Harlan to W J lleaumaii, I acio
In Clackatna I'ounly 75
I. l ib 10 O C Hmilder, III fH.
na.Ur In acc .'Id. 1 4 , r I w.. 1
It t! 1'terce to U I'arlm h, tola 7 A
in blk 3. Kail View S)
M A Ale lander to Waveily AiumIii,
lot blk SI Cambrldti 100
J Otjle lo J Clowr, lota II A 10 in
blk rt Barlow a. K'.t
A Klr to K M Perry, w, ol nw
id aec 4 I 3, a, r 4 A Iracl In ec
It a, r 4 e. X)
V Ya.fr to I' Yager, of w A 2'
acrea Joining aw 2.1, t I , r 4 ... 1
J II Miller lo J J handeiton ?:V7
acre In aeo 31 , 1 3 . r I a 4Ht)
V. Cummins to (' P Tallinan, ne of
aec 7. 1 4 s, r 3 mtt
J S'urchler, lo II IV bil ly, :k) acre
in ne of c 4. t 2 a, r 2 ;UwK
!' Spanel to G A Jahnke, s j of aw
of ec 2H, I 2 , r 5 I
M Apach to l Sargent, lot 37, .T
A JV li blk 41 Minlhoru 1
A W Pick to N I. Shriner, w of tiw
of aec 2S, t s, r 4 !(HH)
T I. Charmao truaie lo W J Ranch,
lota&. t. 7. Afilnblk7S. OC . 570
II Carr to Y'. R Mmie, n of mi of
3J, t 4 , r 3 3i 0
O A C R It Co lo P Rati., tiw of aw
of h; 13, t 3 s, r 4 e 170
K V White to LC (Vie, lot 3 A 4
blk 112 Oregon Cltr 7"0
J II Aleianderto Wavertr Aan-tn,
lot IS ill blk :i Caii.loldgn ... i0
R F Strauw el al lo E 7..uiiiierman,
bit blk 37 O.wego NX)
F An.lert.ni to It A Arndl, H arret
In e 12, t 4 t, r 1 w u)
P Moor lo M I. Ilaward, part of
Farr claim In t 2 . I 2e I
E M Ward to K N Mil er, II acre
In (.atourelte claim I'lit)
E Ziiinnerman to N S Miller, lot 4
blk 37 Otwego I2'
THE CL.U'KAMAM A1WIKUT
TRUST CO. are the owner of the rotv.
right lo the Thome tytteiu of aL.tr. I
iudexet, for Clackarnat ciunty, and bat
the only complete aet of aUtracta iu lb
(.oonty.can furni'h Information a t
title to land at once, un a;iciin
Loan, Intent rnent,rvl e.tate, ab.trartt
etc. OfTlceover Bank of Oregon Ciiy.
Call and investigate. AddreM m,i 37.
The Kliitl Vim llmo AhvuvM llotiuht. ami ui.1,1. 1
lu n-. for ov. r .() yrara, lina Lorim in lUimIIPJc
jrJ r n,"l ,"",,, '' iiii,!,.PiUiw5
Alt t'ounlcrfcltt, ImlUlluiia mid Jut-n.riHd' are L
i:tHrlimnl Unit trlllo ulth uml rinlungcr Hid brulthf
luluiita uuJ llillilrcii-l!xi rlciico ynuliiat i:iM rlmf,u
What is CASTORIA
Cntnrlit la 11 liiirinlraa atihtl(tilo for Cu.tor ) 1.
Rurlo, ln. nml Noolhlnu; Hjriipa, U U IMhuiuiU ji
(Htiitiilna iiclllur Opliim, Morplilnn imr ntbcr Nnrntl
anilialunrr. Ila ru'f U It cimrnn(rr. It ilcMruja V(ir'
nml nlluya IVvrrlliuea. It rurra IUrrlni'ii utul 'M
t'ullc. It ridlfvca Tn-llilnu; TroiiMca, -nr ('miailprttj,,,.
Iiiul riiiliilcticy. It iiaalinlliitra the. I'immI, rigulnte th
Hoitiiu ti nml ltowrli, clvliiu; lieullliy mu imluriU alocik
The Clillilrt ii'a 1'uimmt-Tlio .Mollirr'e I rlcml.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Scan tbo GIgnaturo of
1 W M f J" JS
The Kind You Havo Always Bought
In Uso For Over 30 Years.
T Hwl , f a.Mt hhii, tM ..rt,
tirrmt I.wrl OfAa lldlUr
"For two yearaall eff.wt lo cure Fc
i-ina in the palm of my htndt failed,"
write Editor II. N. Iter. of Syr n.e.
Kan., "then I n wholly cure! by
Bncklen'a Arnica Salve." It's the world'
beet for Eruptions. Sore, and all akin
diseases. Only 2.' at Geo. A. Harding'.
PHcog $5 to st50
T ! "TT f mimi vru rtrrfr-f r
ttND ron CATALOCOC 36
COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH COMPANY
123 Gcury Street, SAN fiUVCISCO, CVl.
1M l.fd Y;i Han k nn fct
The Lxrltement ot Oirr.
The rimli at the drug tlirn still con
tinue and daily score cf people call for
a bottle of Kemp' iUbtam (or the Throat
ami Lnng for the Throat an I Lung, for
the cure of Cough, Cold", A.thira,
Brotichitia and Consumption. Kerup't
I'.aUarn. the standard family remedy, ia
sold on a guaranty and never fail to
give entire satinfactiori. price 2'c and
A breeder should not only exhibit at
Farms and Farming.
Ool; Una Way To Do It.
Get from Portland to Chicago in 72
bours-juHt three days. The "Chicago
Portland Special." leavinit Portland
daily at 9 a. m. via. 0. R. A V.. arrives
at Chicago at 9:30 the third day. New
lork and teuton are reached the fourth
day. Thia train, acknowledged to b
the fastest between the Northwest and
the East, is solidly vestibuled and Ita
equipment is' unsurpassed. Pullman
drawing room sleeping cars, up-to-date
tourist sleeping cars, librarv-sraokin-j
cars, free reclining chair care, and un
excelled dining cars, the meals on which
are equal to those served at the verv
beet hotels. Remember this train rune
solid Portland to Chicazo: there is no
change of cars, and the good of it is, it
costs no more to ride oo it than on other
We have other trains "Parifle Ft.
press" leaves Portland dailv at 9n. m.
via Huntington, and the "Spokane
Flyer" leaves at 0 p.m. dailv via fino.
kane for 8t. Paul and the East.
For rates, sleeping car reservations.
can or write to
A. L. Ckaio,
General Passenirer Asent.
0. R. & N. Co., Portland, Oregon.
Thau Throbbing lleailaehe.
Would qcickly leave you if vou used
Dr. King's New Life Pillg. Thousand
(if niTrrsi liava rrr.vnA (!.(.
- j j v - v , wiiv,cd j v vi i en jimi;iJiv?on
fiione to her Bugr will be fought by many I ment l0f blck ftn(J vou Heacachet
biuud vj ncr augur win oeiouKiii ny many t m,t twuo ugwwuvw,
of our States. If ehe favors the importa- i V?? Uo0i anJ buiM UP oar
.!- ,.t c.. T health. Only 25 cants. Money back If
....... CUUWJ au,enc.D CBluet ibmi not eured. Sold by Geo. A. Uarding,
vi.iiD-ujeu win uave eomeiuiDg to say, iirugglat.
Fxbiblt Year Poultry
We have been axked if we thouitht it
possible for a (oultry breeder to build np
a large and remunerative business sell
ing fancy stock, without exhibiting at
poultry shows. In a general way e de
cidedly think it would not be possible
There have been a few rare instances in
years past where breeders hive built up
a large trade without ever going near a
poultry show, but these were mostly
Eastern breeders, who live In closely
settled communities in elbow touch with
breeders who did exhibit, and who
bought birds to exhibit when necesaity
demanded it. These breeders were men
who by neighborhood acquaintances uul
in touch with the best breeders and ex.
hibitois, and who were fortunate in both
being able to produce what was wanted
and who could sell their production
There are at the present time a few of
the younger breeders who have been de
termine! not to exhibit, tnd who have
been able to build up large plants. But
the chances are against the ordinary
man. We would strongly advise every
breeder to exhibit as extensively as pos
sible, who expects and wants to build np
- I . I V. . t
largo iraue. is is in me show room
that acquaintances are made that ul
timately result in sales. And when a
man goes lo a poultry exhibition ii n ac
companied by at least a few birds, and
oeginatotell of bis fine stock, be is
given a cold ahojlder. Practical men
want practical proof. The place to dem
onstrate the superiority of your stock is
at a show In competition with other
stock. In this way, and In no other, can
the average poultry breeder expeel to
build up a large and lucrative businem
selling fancy fowls.
1. 1 - , ...
in own local snow, nut he Miou hi at
tend the larger how where the best of
the country Is brought together in com
petition. A prize won at a stale iliow i
worth many dollar to a man who know
bow to adveiline, and any one who r.n
i In a.ltfi.liMln.. It .1 .... n, 1 i
.... .o. iir-iiy, ii uiejr w iii nm anuckle
down ami thoroughly niii-ler Hltu.
lion. Poultry Gazette.
Oregon Farmer.' fongreM.
The next annual Oregon Farmer' Con.
gres will be held In Salem, January 0-0,
t Mi. fcach branch or section of tba con.
gresa will select the subjects for its part
or the meeting, and all will be assembled
on the general program. Thu coinrrn
as a nrxiy win provide the subjects (or
consideration on the first day. The sec
ond day and part of the third will be dt
voted to the dairymen's hopgrowers',
stocumen a, horticultural and irrarnre or
ganizations. Each subject will be dis
cussed hy competent Specialists, ii.,.1,,,1.
Ing a number of prominent workers from
the East. The aim is to make this the
largest and most Intereslimr Indn.irlui
meeting ever held In Orecon. The Inter.
est in all branches of agriculture Is In
creasing, and I deemed certain lo make
this congress a notable one.
lb Her IblW i:rr. I
Tom who bava ml her the recoil. 1 JOHN YOUNGER,
lh Col urn hi Phonogr.pl, f p,ny ia ' r j-m rrrT TT-" TT Y3
now tuppli Ing hv i.o c .mvptlo., , U '' W4 JtLm JLM Oie XV
change, and linpr. vooieiiU that have r Opji. Huntley' Jrug Slofe,
cently p, n ma le Tba Graphop,.,i,e, -
laihomramiii.il, I... 1-en iotrp-,-. ' I"( IV TV Yr.lP I YI'IHI VfT l
ui.i i ... . . ; " "w '""'
v ..laiiniir. an i irriitii
which wera thookbl to U a!int rrlrct )
a few year ag-i am far out don lo ihe '
lime of unfaltering priKre,
Send H with your ordel lo Columbia j
li. .......... ..i. i.. . . i... . .
'i"i 1. 1 wrary ' , n
Franciai o, and g.MM. will U lii j-r. C.
O. I), for the b.l.ncr.
Nprrada l.lbo Ullilllrr.
When thing are "U. U.f ul0y H).
corns "the ho.i ..nil Ahr.h.m
I Hare, a lea ling druggist, of ll.dleville,
U write; "Kinclrid Hitter rn tlm be.t
telling bitter 1 have handlad iu 20
year." Vou know why? Mo.t ,ll...,.
Ugltl in diaor.ler of stomach, l.vcr, kid
neys, bo-vel. ,,,. ai nerve. Ebc
trie Hitter tone up the aiuiuacli, rnn
-" pornieai ' -
uie iiiimmi, strengthen Ih nerve, hence ' ' "'1", "'''' "r
cure multitude oi i,..l-.l;.. I.' i ..... . ' " lru.u.,((. Li wh.1
llra ,1 UlmlMi
t i: T;tvt'M i iTMPii.sr
0. HOI.M Cdltrv . . jiAVttl M httfUl
I rent Ilriuin ati.l America.
S .......... ;
l"AK AS J U AhlllMiToM tUKT
I" 1 1. A Ml, UMII.ijM
A. I'. Amoi.M,, ix. rlaill
A f.n II. .1, pf.irwK uliuvt, tonvV0W
'I 111. l.M.sl Wu. k. Willi hua.tl..!. 1. 1 (ttJiuia
Ui -l'. I . t,V.rri,n km) tuui'tr.iiluit
Atrr..lr tll f , , h .(.njn.j vktrem
III..WM. II ,.!.' ...... 1.,.. ....I IwllK
cure multitude of Inaladie. It build
op the entire cyitem I'm, new lil and
vla-or into any weak. .Ickly, run down
man or woman. Price M) cent. Hold
iy l'"o. A. Ilard.ng, druggist.
Notwithstanding the limited annnlv
Oregon aecured a basketful ol awards In
the horticultural division of the !iilTa!o
exposition, consisting of 14 gold, 15 silver,
45 bronze medals, and 14 diplomas of
honorable mention. This Is cert ilnly a
good endorsement of the fruit that cap
tured the coveted Wilder medal.
Oregon was awarded the K0M medul
for bops at the Duffalo exposition.
WANrMl-hKVKUAL PLUsu.sa oK
rbaractnr ami u.wui ,.. .. . . .'
tori, in Itils county re,,,,re,) to rro,rr.ei.(
and a.lvertl.enl.1 e.,.,. VealM y ,n
.,' - - umiiri! .11 i UK Ha.
arvl Hoo l,lv .o,. .
all pavabia In ,(, e h vV,.l.,.J .
from U.,1 olll.e. rN, .,, ',,;
. ,,.r., wneti i,.r.,ry. Itefrenre.. ;.
MnK.,r, 3111 C.,,t,, Iluil.llng, Clileag"!.
Irj liiff ir'punitl.iiH alnu.ly dvl.
op'lry cntiinh i tliy dry up th . r,.tj0,lP.
which adliero to the ineiiibrni.f, nn.1 deoi,7.
p)e, caiifiim; n f.ir moro N.r:ou.i li ,,1,; tjiaj,
the ordinary for:-, of eta. ,,. .yoi,, hU
lug iiiliiilmil,, f. ., ,.,!;,., Bl, UUUJ.
and ... , tl.:,t vo.,.1, e.-lM r..oih.H ,uu
heala. 1.1 V H ( rnun T' I . . ...i
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and will cw c.,Cr-!, ,r fMlnth, heart
oui y arid i,U-mu::y. A ir.U !.-. will b.
mailed for 10 renin. ' d'o-f'-inell t'm
60fl. ai.n. IlyLrrxhers, f,(J Vnrn-a I t., N.Y
ImUto or onu Jt . ... lu , ,.
over an lrnlMnd ami anry aiir'sra, re il-v.
ln rnu,., i,,uly the painful Inflammation.
-r. .. V.WIU ana iiny iernr.
Dr. J. Arch Stewart
Eyo, Ear, Noso and Throat.
317 iH'kiini Iluilding
lhitifnrn nml VWm
Cured without operation or dctcutloa
mi (l K WATTS
Room U, McKay Illdg. r Stark SI.
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Houra a to 4 and 7 to 8 P. M.
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