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Oregon City Enterprise.
VOL. V. ''
OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1904.
Some Few Bargains
IN CLACKAMAS COUNTY,
the Best County in the State,
At Low Prices, and on Terms to Suit the Purchasers.
M ACMS. ona-half lull fl.iln irw
plunk road, nlna nlU fmm Otegott City,
Naalty level. 10 'T f"'i Utl'l. H acres
In cultivation, f, fioni stomps or forks,
10 SCtaS Hiola tlrat y ready to plow, 15
act fir alaaMng. w. great epiltige. 4
! oll.iw rtr oiil ca.lr, taiga nw
hmiM. ni C'lttH'IfiniJ. coal lloo w. Thla
aplrii.ti.l little fat fit at tl.OOOOO, l"tnia to
M ACAI on main road to Ml Hood
Nearly :o sura In cultivation, lair build-
lllga. fllie lllmbvr, oil mil" ft 'XII aa
mill. IMiif wain. a h.e.l ona mils. (Ina
llltla bm!i. I'M 00.
to ACRES, four miles f J "til Mtlalla -ir-nia
.Vt buildings, t a i. ,!. r.. o
Si'tr g.d land, will tliukn I ! Iniln
fur soniabody. Al lii r.fwta of (4 00 pet
a. t. t"iu,a.
i.'S ACRIS, AUy faun. six miles ft tti
Oil-fin '. ii"ii ii. I.' a f i .jut 'ii.
land. MiJM mad I t rat It pla c, lift
a't'-a In culih atl'Ui. to mie tiraily
rvtt'ty In bleak, luo'ltitalll ftlf ca III otl III"
f.'im, a. Imj.iI. i-hui.li n. at i). : tmira to
ilicn fa. Imy an.l etraiiiciy. Jt will Ih
Oirftcult la beat llila fat tit In C.- kaluaa
count), ml lliinga i .ihai liej. at SM.M
per .-ie. Vt!)' my If i in a
0 ACRIS four miles from Oregon City.
Over ri a!f I'mmI lan'l, eatlmatad o have
2i'M rui'la of wood on It. t (20.00 par
s.r Will lia la for city property.
GRIAT STOCK FARM QW H4 ACRES
In Ilia famous Rprlngwaior country, t
in lira fiom tha terminus of tin (ft agon
Water I'.iw-r a hi Hallway company's
m.ii'.r llna. where Ilia IT50.0O0 electric
plant la now being constructed. 160
B'-i'-a In cultl atlon. II acres orchard,
small house, laign barn oi. new, two
million feet f aaw timber, sndleas out-
I, In laige, 1 1-2 inll'-a to boot, store)
all I rliui' ll. 'hI nclgtibol hood. 110.00
l t 't. Teitns can bi made.
2 1-2 ACRES at Logan, ii acres In
riiliit iill'iii. g.Mi'l dwelling a till bain, land
I A No 1. 1 nillia fimn I'otlUnJ. living
ili. i.fliitil. illi. i.i',i't'iu cm -i
tiii.iili). ii -l ivaam.a f'tr arlling. Only
! y 00 "-r a' io.
I T0CK FARM III foolhllla. HO cir.
I iw.i itiillioti fi-vt m and ctrilir. amall
I l..i.ac un I liin. ti ama In tulth ll'n.
! hint f..i.i i.ari, at only IJ00 per
u io. T.iitia to till.
Or tgoa City Properties, Gladstone Lots and Acre Tracts, Hood Rrver
Orchards and Berry Lands, Clackamas County Farms, if if if if
CROSS and SHAW
Main Street, Oregon City, Or
233 Washington Street, Portland, Or
MANY NOTED MEN v;'.' "'.
f .tnr ft i . l i tun; "J
A FINE PROGRAM ARRANGED FOR
Dr. Nawall Dwlght M tills and Captain
Richmond P. Hobaon to Addrtaa
Cladatona Park Audlanca.
PollKUT A. MIM.KK
ATTORNKY AT LAW V
Un.l TlUcaanntl Iind Office
U'Ci pnetic iu all Court of the Slate
Kttum y Wciiihanl Illiln rj
T? Court llouae, Orrjjon Cltv. Orruoil K
ATTORNEY AT LAW
iitiiicTi or raoriarT ri-iax ao.
OSra Dei' to Oragon (Mir Kniri'rl
QKO. r. IIKoWNKIX.
ATTORNKY AT LAW
Orvgon Clly, - - Orrgon
Will t,fartir In all Id conrli of the Ht
DBIm in Canllaltl bulldlli.
Q, W. KASTIIAM
AmrllNKY AT LAW
JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE OF
i i Mir 1 1 1
I ) STEEL
it i ... , ,n tl,a a f nf TTanlwaro. Crorkerv.
r; lljou iiuru oiiyiiuiig m 'v ---- ;i
E (iladd-ware or CJianite-ware, I can supply vour want. CaUand
w. . . . .1. !
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k ComplH line of new ami awoml lianJ FURNITURE carried. Let Jj
ma tupi'ly jou will) a botme- keepintf outiit
ma aiipi'ly you wuu a uonae- arrpma uumt
k yVALL PAPER ' ,lie ,,et 'i"1'':' -nJ ,te, ,t3',M tl ''f1'1 Price
;t Attention, Here's a Bargain
UmlTltlaa Eiainlnatl. Abtrai t Ma.la.
iil, Murigar lirawn. Money I.naneJ
5000 fn-t, I'' inch firat cl Manila rl, In one piece, la onereu lor j-
. i i .1.. . .
aale al a bargain lor a ic unj
Eaiia til Dragon t'ily .
iImhiih City, Or.
W. g. DBid ' Bohaabal
lI'ItKN & SCHUEBKL
Attornry at Law.
Will i.ra. tl. a in all courta, make cunVctloin
ainl i'illaiiiriila nf Kitr.
rurnUli nli.traria of lllle, leml yon nionfy
M.I ii-ii. I jour imiiiry on Ural morKaKe.
Office In Enterprise Building,
(irrumi City. Oregon.
Attkhnkv at Law.
JiiHticf ill llif IVace-
.liogt'r I'.l.lg., Oregon t'i'y
1 1. TOLPOLAR
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k Main Street, uregon ouy. 4
Brunswick House & Restaurant
Newly Furnished Rooms.
Meals at All Hours. Prices Reasonable.
Opposite Suspension Bridge.
Only First Clans IJMnurant
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ittow City, - Oa''!'-
Wilt practice In allthecoiirtiaf theitato. 01
Una, lit i .niH.-lil biiiiiliug.
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a tion to eave y.iu A , f Have no mi.l.lle-
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will treat you fair.
Osg rmcE to All
:ounsklors at la 7 HOl-TN, Undertaker & Embalmer -j
n nutT onunos rin,""""" (Ml'ie. J.x.r aourh of Co.i.t Mouse or at Cn:r store .,rp..aiie i-ank s
.... . rt ' .. , i,.,,.,, ; 'ii v. a
urnian AbatracU of Title, Loan i. a
racU of Title, Loan Money, oi Oregon v'iiy. jC
Mortgagee, and tranaact a a a AV.V.V.V.SW.V.VaWASV.WaVVVVS
era! Law Bualnaaa. a a a a a a"e a"a a
Tin- rlvrnih annuitl aaarinl.ly of Die
WllUni'-tt Valley C'liautauiita aatMfia
II. m niM-ria at Uladatons park July 12, and
fi.,.' Juiy 21. Among lb noted men to
aiuk aie: Dr. Newell Uwlglit lllllia. of
lirouklyn; Captain Kli.i.rnond Farain
lluliaon. of Waablngton. L. C; Dr. Thoa.
MH'larv. of MlnneaLHilli: liar be rt Bun-
ford, of Oakland. Cat.; Hon. Lou J.
lieaucbamp. of Columbua. The completa
Opening Day. Tueaday, July 12.
IO!') a. m. Mnalc, Cliemawa Indian
band; addreaa of wekoma. Prealdrnt Wil
lie Chat man Hawley. of Willamette L'nl
Veralty, Halem. Oregon; reaponae. Preal
dent Wallace llowa Iee. of Albany Col
lege; organization of ctaaarg and an-n.,iin-menl
1 JO p. ni Uand conceit.
n n ijM'ture. "1 wo Bnakee In
Kden." (Ibe practical paychology of fear
and worry.) Dr. Stanley U Kreba, of
X 2il p. m liaa ball,
i M n. m Hand concert.
i uu ii. ru. Lecture. ' ilanela and Mya-
terlea of Mind." Dr. Btai;!y L. Kreba, of
etond Day, Wadntaday, July 11
I a. m. to i: m '"luaaa.
1 Vi p. m. 1(111.1 concert.
; ii. m Ix-ciure, "Ir.-ania and Pre
moiiltloiia." lr. Stanley L. Kreba. of
iir, nailing. I'a.
3 3'i p. m ! ball.
7 JO p. in. I'.und r.Hi"'it.
S ) p. in. iJinnd c. inert und'-r the
milling, nn lit and toiiliol of Mia. Walter
l;,ed. of I'oltlltll'!.
Grand Army Day. Thuraday, July 14.
k iw it. in. to i:."') in i.'laea.
1 3l p. ni llainl concert.
I n,) p. ni -r"lo; l" lure, "Black Xapo-
l.-.in." Il.-v. Ueo. White, D. D-, paator I in,iin )and
(Vnti al M. K. church, San Fianclaco.
3 3D p. m Bitae ball.
7:M v. m Hand concert.
a.'Mj p. ni Inti.Klu. tor' aJJreaa, Plea-IJ.-nt
Wlllla Chatnian Hawley.; lecture.
"Anirrl'-a'e Mighty Mlaalon," Captain
Itlclmi'ind Tiaiaon Hobaon, of Waahlng
toii. D. C.
Fourth Day, Friday, July 15.
:00 a. m. to. 13 m CUutaea.
, 1 10 p. m. Hand concert.
: 0 p. m. Lecture. "America. Mletreaa
of Ue Seaa." Captain Kl. hmonvl Pcaraon
Hobaon. of Waahlngton. D. C.
J 3D p. m. Uaae ball.
7: JO p. m. Hand concert,
g it.) p. m lleu.llng. Mia. Harriet Col
burn Haunderaon. of Seattle. Waan.; lec
ture. "The Miaalon of Mirth." Dr. Thoa.
Md'lary. of Mlnncapolla. Minn.
Woman a Day. Saturday. July 14.
8 .) a. m. to 12:et) m. Claaaea.
1.3 p. m Hand concert.
5.00 p. m Solo; Introductory addreaa.
M;a. Kxa Emery Dye. of Oregon City;
lecture. "American Art and Artiste at
Home and Abroad." Mra. Marian A.
White, editor Fine Arte Journal. Chicago.
J: JO p. m. Hase ball.
7:J) p. m Hand concert.
8 00 p. m. Cantata. "(Jueen Esther."
under the direction of Profeaaor Martin
E. Koblnaon. musical director of the
Chautauqua, aaalated by chorua of 1(W
volcea. and leading aoiolata of the itate.
6lxth Day. Sunday, July 17.
10 3,1 a. m. Sunday achonl. under the
direction of Rev. Howard N. Smith, au
perlntendcnt of Congregational Sunday
School eovlety. of Portland.
5:00 p. m Mualc, Chautauqua chorus;
aolo. Mlaa Jennie F. W. Johnaon. of Chi
cago; sermon, Rev. George W". White,
D. D., of San Francisco.
4:00 p. m. Sacred concert, Chemawa
7:30 p. m. Music. Chautauqua chorus;
aolo, Mlsa Jennie FW. Johnson, of Chi
cago; sermon. Dr. Thos. MoClary. of
W. C. T. U. Day. Monday, July 1.
s:00 a. m. to i::00 m. Cluases.
1 ;30 p. m. Hand concert.
"ml d m Reading. Mis. Harriet Col-
burn Sauiulerson; solo. Miss Jennie F. W.
IIhuih. '.f Oregon City; '
jt-i'-laea. members of
a, ml, iv , !a; "ilehlnd a Curtrtin.' (a
iii'iii'il'.K'i' I Mia. P.'irton ll.irrlf.n. Jlra.
Harriet folb'jin Hnnrideraon; vocal, a)
"Love la a l!'il,l,l. " Allltaeii; (bl "The
lUtrr and the H.u." J.ibnson. Mlaa Jennie
V. W. Johnaon : readings' (ul "Dot Little
Hny of Mine," Dutch dialect. Riley, lbj
"An Old Sweetheart or Mine. Willi muai-
cal a'companlment. I'.IIey, Mrs. Haun-
derson; pantomime. sl'-cted. rwmleri of.
Cliautau'iua class; vocal. (a . "Hie ifty !
Song." O. A. Orant-Schafer, (b "The I
Moon Man." O. A. Orant-S hafer. Mlaa
Johnaon; readlnga. la) selected, (b)
"Oroiip of Dialect Poems," Mrs. Saun-
Plonaar Day, Friday, July 32.
iki a. m. to 12. 0 m. Claaaea.
1:J') p. in. Band concert.
i oo n. m Piano solo. Mlaa Veda, M.
Williams, of Oregon City; vocal eolo,
"fireetlns:." C. B. Hawley. Miss Imogen
Harding, of Oreg.m City; address. Presi
dent Willis Chatman Hawley; reading.
Heautlful Willamette." Sam L. Simp-
Son; reading, Mlaa Itorothy Cross; eolo,
"Hen Iktlt,' Thomaa Dunn English. Miss
Imogen Harding; address, Hon. John F.
Caples. of Portland.
1:10 p. m. Base ball.
7:30 p. m. Band concert.
:00 p. m. Solo. Miss Jennie F. W.
Johnson; lecture, "The Tragedy of the
Ten Talent Man." Dr. Newell Dwlght
Hlllla, pastor Plymouth church, Brook
lyn. Twelfth Day. Saturday, July 23.
:00 a. m. to 15:00 m. Classes.
1 :30 p. m. Band concert.
2:00 p. m. Introductory address. Rev.
W. C. Kantner. D. D.. of Salem. Oregon;
lecture. "John Ruskln's Message to the
Twentieth Century." Ir- Newell Dwlght
S 3') p. m Rase ball.
I. no p. m. Annual meeting of the
7:30 p. m Band concert.
8:o) p. m Cantata. "Belsharzar." un
der the direction of Prof. Martin E. Rqb
Inaon. asisted by large chorua and lead
ing soloists of Oregon.
Thirteenth Day, Sunday. July 24.
10 30 a. m. Sunday S'hool.
; i'hi ii. m. t.'hauta J'iua chorus; solo.
Mlas Jennie F. W. Johnson, of Chicago;
sermon. Dr. Newell Dwlght Hillis.
I no p. m Sacred Concert, Chemawa
FULL TICKET WINS
7:3n o. m. C'hautau,iua chorus; eolo
Mies Jennie F. W. Johnson, of Chicago;
sermon. Dr. Newell Dwlght Htllls. of
Classes In Chautauqua summer school
with Instructors United States history,
Professor Willis Chatman Hawley; early
northwest history. Professor Joseph
Schafer; pedagogy. Dr. Henry Davidson
Sheldon; art, Mrs. Marian A. White, of
Chicago; domestic aclence. Mra. Ellen R.
Miller, of Seattle; English literature.
Dr. B. J. Hoadley; Bible atudy. Rev.
George W. White, D. D.. of San Fran
cisco; Junior Bible study. Rev. Howard
JC. Smllh. of Portland: musical depart
ment. Professor Martin E. Robinson: elo
cution. Mia. Harriet Colbum Saunderson.
of Seattle: physical culture, ladles. Mrs.
Harriet Colburn Sanuderson: physical
culture. Juniors: W. C. T. V. Institute.
Mrs. Helen D. Harford, state president.
The following colleges and organiza
tions have already aranged for head
quarters on the grounds:
Albany college. President Wallace
Howe Lee: State Normal School. Presi
dent E. D. Ressler; State Vnlverslty.
President P. L. Campbell; Pacific Uni
versity. President H. E. Ferrin: Wil
lamette University. President J. H. Cole
man; State Federation of Women's Clubs.
President Mrs. T. T. Geer; Women's
Christian Temperance Union. President
Mrs. Helen D. Harford: First Congrega
tional church, Portland. Meihodist Itin
erant Club: Grand Army of the Republic;
Women's Relief Corps.
This Is to be a notable year at Cljautau
qua. The management extends a cordial
Invitation to the people of the great
Northwest to attend the forthcoming as
sembly and as many aa possible are urged
to camp on the grounds during the ses
sion, where all conveniences are to be
had at lowest rates. Restaurant on the
TEACHERS ARE ELECTED.
Board of Directors Re-elect Instructors
for Another Year.
At a meeting Tuesday night the Ore-t-iti-
ach.xil board elected Instructors
Johnson, of Chicago: oratorical contest 1 fr tr,e ensuing year,
for a diamond medul. participated In by jjjss Addle E. Clark was re-elected city
orators who have previously won gold t superintendent. Mrs. I.. W. Mc.Vlam
medals under the nusplces of the Wo- i allj Mi's. Viola Godfrey were retained as
men s Christian lemperotico hiii , principals oi me r-uainmu ".ij
J 30 p. m Base ball.
7:30 p. m. Band concert
Associate teachers elected were: Misses
Alice Shannon. Myrtle Shonkwller, Eva
I :30 p. m. Jiuiit 1.UIII.V1 Alice oimiiiiwii. ji. w...,.. -
g;00 p. m. Solo; lecture. "Celebrated jieldrum. Marjorie Caufleld, Nettle Wal-
. ,. 1 r 11 "I. I . .. Tt ll i . . . ... . . , 1 , . TOltllnna
Cranks, itev. utntrge ji. , imc. " , aen. name tociuan, jiiusmn " lumu.
nt Sun Francisco. Cal.
Eighth Day, Tuesday. July 19.
8:00 a. m. to 12:00 m Classes.
1:30 p. m. Bund concert.
2:00 p. m. Solo; lecture, "The Litera
ture of the West." Herbert Bashford,
the poet, of Oakland. Cal.
S:30 p. m. Bnse ball.
7:30 p. m. Band concert.
8:00 p. m. Solo, Miss Jennie F. W.
Johnson, of Chicago; lecture, "Sunshine
In Labor." Dr. Thos. MoClary. of Minne
apolis. Ninth Day, Wednesday. July 20.
8:00 a. in. to 12:00 m. Classes.
1 in n in Tt a ml concert.
2:00 p. m. Solo; Introductory address;
Maysle Foster. Frances Myers, Irene Car-
ter. Margaret Goodfellow and Mrs. Es
I tella Salisbury. Misses Carter and
Goodfellow were elected to succeed Misses
I Eaton and Gleason, who did not apply
i for re-lnstatement. The other teachers
j were all re-elected.
EVERY CLACKAMAS COUNTY RE
PUBLICAN ON TICKET ELECTED.
Democrats Waged Bitter Fight Against
Sheriff Shaver and Superintendent
Zlnser, But Failed.
Every man on the Republican ticket In
Clackamas county received a majority of
the vote cast at the election Monday.
Congressman Hermann carried the coun
ty by about loO. the state ticket had a
majority of about 1000. the legislative
ticket had from $04 to 1000 votes to spare
and the county ticket was successful by
majorities ranging from 144 to 1204. It
was a splendid victory achieved In the
fare of spiteful and disgusting opposition
from the Democrats
Complete unofficial returns from thirty
of the thirty-seven precincte of the coun
ty have been received, but the official
vote will not be known until the balloU
have been canvassed by the election
board. The seven precincts from which
reliable reports have not been had ax
Boring, Cherryvllle. George, Harding.
Klllln. Pleasant H1U and Sprlngwater.
The returns from these places will slight
ly Increase the majorities of the Republi
can candidates. Of the seven Harding
and Sprlngwater will probably give the
Democrats a majority, but the other five
precincts will offset these places and add
to the Republican majorities.
There was a light vote, proliably not .
more than 3100 to 1000 votes being cast
of a possible 5'M0. The unofficial returns
of thirty precincts reported give Hermann
1511. Gould 174. Ramp 307. Veatch 1434.
Moore, for supreme Judge, received 13H -to
1050 for O Day. The vote for food and
dairy commissioner will be about the
same as that cast for supreme Judge and
In favor of Bailey, the Republican nomi
nee. Circuit Judge McBride and Dis
trict Attorney Allen, who were not op
posed for re-election, received an irn
i mense vote. The vote for Joint repre
sentative was: Hedges 1713. Holcomb
Clyde G. Huntley, of this city, head
the legislative ticket with a majority
closely approximating 1000. His col
leagues will have in the neighborhood of'
8'i0 majority. Hutchinson was the high
man on the Democratic legislative ticket,
with 1041, while Jesse and Evans polled
less than S00. The returns from the re
maining seven precincts will not alter
these results materially.
Figuring on the same basis as that
from which the foregoing figures are
given, the vote on the county ticket
! Klllln 1704 "
I Kltching 1234
(Ely 138S '
' Slelsht 1S21
, Crissell 107T
i Lang 72T
School Superintendent i
For treasurer Uncle Enos CahlU'a plu
rality will approximate 2000, It being
more than 1')0 now. The average vote
of the Prohibitionists of the county wtls
something less than 200. while the So
cialists did not cast much more than 300
out of an estimated strength before elec
tion of 500. John W. Meldrum. for sur
veyor, and R. L. Holman. for coroner,
both have large majorities.
In the Oregon City Justice district Llvy
Stlpp ts re-elected Justice of the peace
over E. D. Kelly, and H. W. Trembath
won out for constable In an Interesting;
race with Jeff Shaw, of the West Bide.
The state printer amendment, local
option, direct primary and shall stock
run at large In Clackamas county prop
ositions all received a majority of the
votea cast. The vote on the stock ques
tion, so far as reported, was: Tea 1332,
j Complete unofficial returns for Clack
amas county give Hermann 93 majority. .
The Republican state ticket wins by f
I'l'ui majority, while the candidates on
i the Republican legislative ticket will
i have a like majority. Sheriff Shaver's
majority over Ely now aggregates SST.
while Superintendent Zinser defeat
Starkweather by 148. Clerk Sleight, as
sisted by Justices of the Peace Stlpp and
Hayden. began the official canvass of
the ballots Wednesday, and the positive
result will not be known until this work
is completed some time today or Satur
day. It was the purpose of the Enterprise
this week to publish a tabulated state
ment of the vote of the county, but the
returns from some of the precincts were
not available and we can not present
these figures until next week.
Musicals Tomorrow Evening.
The music lovers of the city will be
entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Adams. Seventh and Jefferson, to
morrow evening. In behalf of the Ladies'
Aid s.viet v of the Presbyterian church.
A program of great excellence has been
nrenared bv some of our most talented
lecture. "Our Patriot Painters of the j musicians, as follows:
West." Mis. Marian A. White, of Chi
3:30 p. m. Base ball.
7 io n m Hand concert.
8:00 p. in. Solo. Miss Jennie F. W
Piano Duet, "La Ciarlne," Northrup
Misses Caufleld and Daulton.
Solo, Selected Mrs. AUx Foster,
violin Solo, (a) Largo, Handel: (b)
Blue Bells of Scotland" Mrs. George
.,. i.!...x. luhiri, "Take the i An, let-son.
jounson, oi u.uft, v. ; ....
Sunnyslde," Hon. Lou J. Beauchamp, of Part Song. "O, Hush Thee, My Baby,
Columbus. Ohio. Sullivan Chorus of mixed voices.
Tenth Day, Thursday, July 21. Tlano Solo, "Polish Dance," Schar-
8:00 a. m. to 12:00 m. Classes. i wenka Mrs. Theo. Clark.
1:30 p. m. Band concert. Contralto Solo. "I Love Tou Truly."
2:00 p. m. Lectuie, "The Age of the . Carrie Jacobs Bond Miss Maysle Fos
Toung Man." Hon. Lou J. Beauchamp, of j ter.
Columbus. Ohio. " j Piano Duet, (a) Nocturne, from "Mld-
1.30 p. m Ua.-e bail. ; summer Night's Dream." Mendelssohn;
7:-. p. in.-B.itnl conceit. i ib "Moniing Song. Grieg Misses
S:no p. m. Special piogram given by : Lewthwaite and Winner.
Mrs. Harriet Colburn Saunderson and her j Soprano Solo, Selected Mrs. Chas.
;ie;o0.i,!.. jimiHn n..i-ted liy Miss Jennie vrl Pope.
Y W. Johnson, contralto, and Miss Veda i i-art Song, " owing Song." Lola V'o
M. Williams, accompanist; piano solo, j men's Chorus.
Triumphs of Modern Surgery.
Wonderful things are done for the hu
man body by surgery. Organs are taken
out and scraped and polished and put
back, or they may be removed entirely:
bones are spliced; pipes take the place
of diseased sections of veins; antiseptlo
dressings are applied to wounds, bruises,
burns and like injuries before Inflamma
tion sets In, which causes them to heal
without maturation and In one-third ths
time required by the old treatment.
Chamberlains Pain Balra acts on this
same principle. It Is an antiseptlo and
when applied to such injuries causes
them to heal very quickly. It a:so allays
the pain and soreness. Keep a bottle
of Pain Balm In your homa and It will
save you time and money, net to mention
he Inconvenience and suffering which
such injuries entail. For sale by O. A.
I Don't let the little ones suffer from
! ecsema or other torturing skin diseases.
1 No need for it. Doan's Ointment cures.
' Can t Ivtrm Uie n.ot d'Icata U!n. At
any drug store. 5) cents.