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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, FElUiUARY 10, 15)0!).
Oregon City Enterprise
Published Every Friday
E. E. BRODIE, Editor and Publisher.
' Our State legislators have at lft
got down to real business two flRht
In the House Tuesday.
The wireless telephone Is coming,
Entered at Oregon City. Or.. Post-; The voice lias been clearly carried
olllee as second-class matter. distance of sixty miles In stormy
" weather. In Franco a wireless-tele-
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PROSPERITY AND HARD TIMES. I
around baseball parks without any
holes for the small boy to look
The Civil Service law was enacted
twenty-five years agu. U has with'
stood the att.u-ks of ever)- Congress.
Its enemies da not hesitate to vote
..vi!nt it on o v.vi nn.l miv vntn tint
tie roll call makes them arraul. Their
effort to grab patronage through the
Census bureau is disgraceful.
Prosperity and hard times are af
ter all but relative terms. What has
been the l.ab t is hard to surrender.
The pace once set lias to be sustained.
Th rate of income usually regulates
the standard of living and only a few
ari philosophical enough to adjust
themselves to a sliding scale. Xo
man likes to go back to less than he
has once received or earned. 1 he ,
general betterment of the whole conn-1
try and people Is written In financial!
history as well as other history, and
every decade has marked its wonder
ful increment. Values and earnings
It Is saiii that the Canadians are
!v.:-!ng up timber on vast tracts o:
forest land In anticipation of lower
tr.riff rates on lumber. What a calam
ity U will be to this country If we
shall have cheap building material
and ciieap pulp. How hard and op
pressive It will be on the carpenters
that build and the people who have
to live in the cheaper houses!
The bold raid made by Congress to
appropriate to themselves the Juicy
government positions of three thous
aud census clerkships was scotched
and advantage have come with every , by a presidential Teta There is not
generation till in the last ten '?-: stm,s,h in Consress to pass the bill
the marvelous totals have made tnis i over ,fte President's veto and no bill
the richest of all nations In money I wi be ,uaolej ,is session, but It
Tallies, in average intelligence and In J wiu pi over ,0 ,he next S0SSon when
the active participation in government.
Retrograde, movements are protest
Ingly endured and the scapegoat Is
never spared. Not one has this coun
try struck a level or slight pull up
hill and frankly admitted that it had
been expected and anticipated with
equanimity. All the warnings given
out have failed to get the considera
tion and attention which would have
steadied business and found financial
centers ready to meet the strains.
From units to tens and from tens to
8 co res and from scores to hundreds,
to thousands, to ten thousands and
hundred thousands and millions has
the total mounted as this country has
grown and expanded until the United
States Is now a billion dollar country
and rapidly climbing to a greater fig
ure. The trouble Is the multitude that
wants to break into the big figures
and are intolerant of real and imag
ined blockades. Where the million
aire In this country was a curiosity
even In the memory of middle-aged
men of today, his name Is now legion,
and the company which can't capital
ize In that seven-figured conversation
can't talk at all with the real busi
Prosperity, as this people have
known It, has run a gait that makes
us unreasonable and never in any
humor to endure even a cessation
temporarily. Hard times come to few
who bare had a chance and tried to
be sensible, and hits the wage-earners
who must depend upon the busi
ness acumen and foresight of the
managers of the bnsiness. The great
combinations employ great numbers
at great cost, and wben a sudden or
anticipated stop comes the end of the
payrools cuts a multitude. These are
the sufferers from hard times, and
yet many of these could. If they
would, prepare against ' the suspen
sion of Income and tide over the lapse,
and many of them do.
. Looking backward over the last hun
dred years, and comparing the de
cades affords a wonderful exhibit of
progress and proves the comparative
feature that is seldom considered in
the fierce attacks upon the alleged
causes of panics and slumps and the
results of over-production.
President Taft may be relied upon to
see that the policy and the standard
of Civil Service is upheld.
It is learned that inhabitants of the
Republic of Panama are of the opin
ion that the Americans are stingy and
they have taken great offense that
they do not buy of them at their ex
orbitant prices. It is understood that
one can live now at Panama by buy
ing of American merchants, as cheap
ly as anywhere In the Cnited States.
It is a fact well known by travellers
that Americans are looked upon the
world over as the lawful prey of shop
keepers, hotels and cab drivers. If
the Republic of Panama has been edu
cated to a different impression, there
is one nation, at least, that has made
a good beginning.
ANOTHER DIVORCE CASE.
Arthur J. Schuerman of Portland Sues
for Divorce in Clackamas County.
Arthur J. Schureman has filed a
suit for a decree of divorce from his
wife, Catharine D. Schureman., The
parties were marriea in imcago, ni
March 10. 1SS6. Schureman claims
that his wife has treated hitn cruelly
and inflicted indignities, which render
life burdensome, and that she has
exhibited a Jealous disposition, and
on several occasions accusing him of
Schureman states that he was the
owner of certain real estate and per
sonal property near Houston, Texas,
of the approximate value of $10,0C0.
but he conveyed this property to his
wife for her use and benefit on condl
tion mat the aeienaant would sup
port and care for the children of the
plaintiff and defendant, but Jince se
curing the real and personal property
defendant has broken the promise to
care for the children, and, that she
has not in any manner performed the
condition on which the property was
transferred and conveyed to her.
Plaintiff asks for the custody of
the two children, Arthur Leigh and
James Harold Schureman. The at
torney representing the plaintiff is
William S. Nash, of Portland.
That one-half of our Navy Bhotild
be stationed on the Pacific Coast Is
the opinion of the U. S. Senate. The
movement of the navy Is entirely in
the hands of the President, and if
he sees fit to act on the suggestion
of the Senate, this coast will soon
have the naval protection It should
have had long tgo. The presence of
a few formidable ' men of war" in
PaclSc waters will work wonders to
ward pacifying the hot-headed Jap3
and do more to settle the "yellow
peril" question than any legislation
that might be taken.
,Twai a Glorious Victory.
There's rejoicing in Fedorla, Tenn.
A man's life has been saved, and ai-w
Dr. King's New Dlicoviry is the talk
of the town for curing C. V. Pepper
..f deadly lung hem jrriios-'. "I could
not walk or get aboii.." he wrltes.and
the doctors did me no good, but, after
using Dr King's New Discovery three
weeks, I feel like a new man, and can
do good work again." For weak, sore
or diseased lungs, Coughs, Colds,
Hemorrhages, Hay Fever, LaGrippe,
Asthama or any Bronchial affection
$1.09. Trial bottle free. Sold and
guaranteed by Jones Drug Cj.
ESTRAYED East of Meldrum, about
January 1, one light Jersey yearling
heifer, with white spot on right
shoulder, some white on left flank.
Reward for Information leading to
return. Phone Pacific Farmers 63.
Mrs. Anna Hayes, Milwaukee R.
D. No. 1. 2t
BROWNEtl ON LINCOLN
SPEAKS BEFORE GERMAN-AMERICAN
SOCIETY AT SALEM
Attorney George C. Hrownell was
one of the orators at the Lincoln Cen
tennial exercises held under the aus
pices of the Gei-titan-American Soci
ety at Salem last Friday, and the
following la what the Salem Capital
Journal say a of his speech:
ntor touched the heart of his audi
ence from the start to finish. Ho said
he was delighted to tnko even the
slightest purl in paying this honor to
the great man of the 'till , who has
won a place In the hearts of the whole
"Ho described the grout struggle
for five soil In Kansas, the debate fur
control of Illinois, the struggle for the
nomination for President In Chicago
in tsr.o, and how his heart went back
to the poor mother's grave on IMgcou
crock In Indian.
"Hrownell does not go In to win
applause so much as he does to win
the hearts of his hearers. He pictures
STEPS WILL NOT BE CHANGED.
City Council Decides to Leave Them
As at Present.
I V t f
HON. GEO. C. BROWNELL, who Captivated a Salem Audience In a Speech
"Hon. Geo. C. Brownell captured the
crowd at the start by saying that In
12 years' service In the Oregon sen
ate he had never voted against any
bill that the people of Salem wanted.
"He pictured the humble circum
stances of Lincoln's childhood, the
hardships and adversities of youth, the
development of hU character, by ed
ucation, by conscience and liberty.
That was why he was great. The or-
The landing of the new Sixth street
steps now under const motion, will not
ho changed. This decision was iiuiilu
at a special meeting of the Clly
Council Monday night. Several dwell
era on the hill had urged the Council
to change the locution of the lauding
to a point further north, but others
protested, and after much argument
mid contention mi both aides, the
Council voted to complete the stops
according to the original plan. A
grand view can bo obtained from the
steps as they are now being con
structed and hundreds of visitors to
the city climb the hill to this place to
view the surrounding grandeur.
The city council met In special ses-
slnn at the city hall on Monday night,
all of tin) counellinen being present
except Charles W. pope. The meet
ing was called to order by Mayor
Cai'll. tin account of the absence of
the city recorder. W. A. Dluiiek. J. K.
Jack acted us recorder for the meeting.
The remonstrance of Frank Koenlg
ami others against the vacating of
IHirtlon of Central Addition, was read
and placed on tile.
The opinion of (ho city attorney In
regard to (lie vacating of certain por
tions (if blocks and alleys In Central
AiMlt ton whs rend and placed on lib
A motion was inaile uiid seconded
that ordinance vacating certain blocks
ami alleys in Central- Addition bo
placed on final passage. The mutter
was laid over until the regular meet
ing of the council in April.
tin motion, an ordinance read to
vacate Water street between Third
and Fourth streets In Id over until the
next meeting of the council .
Mayor null submitted the name of
Norman White na cltv engineer, uud
on motion the appointment was con
(limed liy the council, and recorder
requested to notify Mr. White to uual
uy at once.
On motion, the recorder was In
structed to give notice fur establish
ment of a grade for Movciith street
irom au Huron street to Water
The matter of Improving Tavlor
street was brought Up by the rltl
xeiis of that locality, und on motion
recorder was authorlccd o publish
notice of the Improvement of Taylor
street from Seventh street to Twelfth
street, according to specification of
CRAPES, from their most health
fill properties, give ROYAL iU
active tuid principal Ingredient
AJMoia toy rune
It it economy to use Royal Baking Powder.
It laves labor, health and money.
Where the best food U required no other
baiting powder or leavening agent can tako the
place or do the work of Royal Baking Powder.
things as his bearers like to hear them
and have them presented, not from petition on file.
tlu standpoint of vanity, aud personal Committee on Wuter ri-ported that
egotism. the city was well supplied with limps
it is euiogy or uncoin as tne nieai and plats of all water mains of the
of the common people from Fly- city.
mouth Rock to the Tactile Ocean. On motion the clulms of llucknor,
Kenning telegrams suspending sen- et ul.. was referred to the next reitu
tences against private soldiers, sweet- Br mooting of the city council, which
worus ot sympatny tor wives ami win- wilt bo held In April
ows. nil hers and brothers,
dear ones to the front."
LAST WEEK OF SESSION
(Continued from Page one)
The Conservative Path
Many years of banking experience has
convinced us that conservative methods
are always best best for the bank and
best for the people.
Without being too hide-bound in our
dealings, we endeavor to follow the
conservative path and look for safety
The Bank of Oregon City
ion Qty, Oregon
House, where It passed, Campbell sup
ported the measure, contending that
lt would assist rather than Injure
the direct primary law. He claimed
for it that in its operation men bet
ter qualified for public office would
be brought before the people and
elected without limiting the rights of
the voters under the present system
of nominating and electing public of
Members of the Grange and the
State Federation of Labor were dis-
p pointed over the Indefinite post
ponement by the House of Orton's
bank guaranty law, following an ad-
erse report from the committee on
banking. In lieu of this bill, the
banking committee drafted and Intro- j
aucea a measure, ameniiatory of the
present banking law and requiring the
semi-annual investigation of every
banking institution in the state. This
bill was passed by the House late
Tuesday night, but its acceptance In
the Senate was rejected Wednesday
for the reason that it was enacted In
the House subsequent to 3 P. M.
Tuesday, after which hour it had
been agreed by both houses that no
bill originating In either branch
should be transmitted for the consid
eration of the other.
Despite the hard fight that was
made against the three separate bills,
ppropnating $100,000 for each of
he three normal schools at Weston.
Monmouth and Ashland, all three
were passed by the House. They are
now in the Senate, but their chunces
here are not so good. Sentiment in
the Senate 1b strong for one central
normal school adequately supported
by the state. It already has passed
Senator Smith's bill, appropriating
J100.000 for one such school to be lo
cated at Portland and a determined
ffort is on foot to smother the three
Hluse bills, providing for each of the
hree schools now in existence. There
s some question as to whether or
not the combination In favor of three
such schools in the House would ac
cept the Smith bill should the separ-
te appropriations be killed in the
J. T. Apperson, of Oregon City, this
week re-appointed Governor Cham-
herlaln for a term of nine years as a
member of the Board of Reeents nf
tne Mate Agricultural College at Cor-
Senate has defeated Buchanan's bill
ppropriating $4000 to complete nav-
ment of Indian War veterans for
men unrviues aunng me jnutan wars
or lSoo-50. Appropriation of linn.
uw, muue lor mat purpose four years
sgo, proved Inadequate to meet all
of the claims that were presented to
tne secretary of State.
House defeated Representative
Jones' (Clackamas) bill amending the
direct primary law and providing for
the payment by state of arguments
for and against all measures originat
ing in the legislature and submitted
to the people.
There will be no amendments pass
ed at this session affecting the local
option law as It exists, in addition
to defeating bill providing for pre
cinct elections on question of sale of
neer as distinguished from whisky
House has killed Brady's hill which
proposed to give to cities and towns
"home rule" in regulating saloons.
mere is a strong sentiment In both
houses against tampering with the lo-
The street committee Is to confer
with Mount Pleasant Civic Improve
ment Club to improve street.
Alex Sehram was untitled normis
ate without serious opposition. An in U) llH a portion of Main street
effort will be made to have tho bill (r improvement.
reconsidered In the House. rM of l'ollr.. Hums wus instruct-
After passing House, Bean's bill Ud to notify nnmertv owners on Ho.
prohibiting sports on Decoration Day ,,,(, 8lrwl lu counoct wt, tno sew
was ueieatea in tno senate, tty us rr
i-j.m. i,n.i nm! u, t-.n; uriT1(iuU1n Tn committee on cemetery was
were prohibited an day .May 30 of allowed an extension of time In our
'ro'- - chaslmr the nnmcrtv near the Moun
The coyote scalp bounty bill, pre- It,,),, view rem..nrv The nrom.rlv
semeo. Dy tne tasiern uregon nelega- f urchasod. will bo used for cem.
lure of ID degrees above tero, which
makes It available (ho entire winter
in the valley, under ordinary eoitdl
ilons The plants grow to mumi four
or live foot In height, with a wide
spii-ad of leaves, a single plant often
weighing ns lum-lt as 'M pounds. A
yield of an to 40 tons of green kltlo to
the acre Is not iiueoiumoii, The plants
require a rich soli. It Is not only
valuable for cuitle but also for hogs
season Is often "very unpleasant on
account of weal her condlilons at that
Now, Mr. Kdltor, having answered
your questions III a very crude and
hurried manner, simply touching lb"
high places, let me uy In coiuiiislon
tluit while the runnels and fruit
growers are engaged In a most de
lightful ncrupnlloii It Is also a very
strenuous one, Tim successful farm-
and poultry. Stock hogs cull bo kept er of today must he rIhmiI the besl
III Hue condition on liule nud eat It
greedily. There may be times how
ever. him the weal her will not per
mit the culling of kale and some
mangles or rutabagas are necessary.
The seeds for which should he sown
at this time to eiuiblo them lo get
a good start befom the dry Heather
commences Almost any time in May
It Is usually stile (u plant some sweet
corn, for the early crop, and from
(he middle to the last of (he mouth,
plant some for siloing, to carry the
stock through the dry weather uud
short feed of July and August; and
then from the first to the middle of
June plant for the sllu In the h'nll.
There nro aeetlons where stock fan
he gnued more profitably thau Ihls.
Hut with the whlu range of siloing
crops available, and the aliutiduiit
growth of them, made when properly
piaiiieu unit taken care of. and the
high price of dairy products consid
ered. 1 don't know of another pWco
wnere stock can be made to pay bet
ter than In this beautiful valler of
the Willamette. Some good farmers
sometimes irfaut potatoes lata in
June and evu In July to make a crop
In the Kail when the rains come. This
they will often do profitably, hilt tak
ing care of the crop so late lu Ihii
etiillimed mail we have, lie should
have some knowledge of Hileiltllle
Agriculture, Animal Husbandry. Ag
ronomy, Carpentry, Chemistry, Dairy
Husbandry. Klei-irlilty. Ilortleiilliire,
Mei-hanli-s, nud the U, Uy the sue
eesiful farmer, I do not mean the one
Unit at the i-ieiisi of bis home aud
fiirm Is saving a few dollars, but the
one that Is milking his home inoro
attractive and bis rutin more vnluuhlo
and fertile year by year, line that
has n few thoroughbred cows aud
hogs and hens. Has the old orchard
pruned and cared or or has taken It
out and planted a new one, that will
he not only a source of profit to him,
but to his children. This up to-diito
farmer ilium be a busy man, watch
ful and rnreful from January lo !)
i-emls-r. He must follow Poor Itliil
ard's maxim.- "He that by the plow
would thrive, himself must either
hold or drive." If all this Is done
there Is tin tK-rtipatliiti surer to bring
satisfactory results, menially, mor
ally, or financially, and none of which
the one engaged In has more reason
to be proud of. I tell you such a
farmer Is nil right. "They are the
A. J. IJCWIH.
tion, passed the Senate Wednesdny
after having passed the House. Boun
ties provided In the hill range from
11.50 for coyotes to 111) for cougars.
DeWltt's Kidney and Bladder rills
are the best pills made for backache,
weak back.- urinary disorders, etc.
Sold by Jones Drug Co.
Beginning February 1, 1909, the Pho
tograph Studio will bo open dally ex
cept Tuesday and Thursday of each
week. C. W. DAMM. Canby. Oregon
WILL PRESENT COMEDY
HOLDS UP TWO MEN
(Continued from page 1.)
OREGON CITY BAND WILL PLAY
AT SHIVELY'S FRIDAY
"My I'ncle From Japan." Is tho
name of the three-act comedy that Is
to be presented by local talent at the
Shlvely this evening. The play Is un
der the direction of E. J. McKlttrlck
who has had many years' of expert
and grabbing a sandwich started off
to tho timber again. After arriving
in tho thick woods ho tired several
shots, and after remaining there for
a short time returned to the Young
house, and realizing the predicament
he had gotten himself Into, decided
ho had better give himself up to the
sheriff In Oregon City. While tele
phoning to Oregon City to Inquire
what the penalty would be If he gave
himself up. Officer Jones, of Kstaca-
ence in Dresentlng entertainments of da. arrlveii on the scene, nay, wno
this nature. The Oreiton Cltv band acquainted with Jones came out
will furnish the music diirltnr the ev- f the Imiiso and gave himself up to
enlng. 'hat officer, remarking that ho was
The followltiir Is the cast of char- th only man that could Hike him
o..,,. r-.i n..i. .- Officer Jones was accompanied by his
acters. Captain Racket, of the Na- ,)r)hpr Ji)hn Jun y (,Jo(tt) an(, J()hn
uuiiui uutiiu a lawyer wnen ue nns
nothing else to do and a liar all the
time Charles Bollinger; Obadlah
Dawson His Uncle From Japan,
"where they make tea," Gaylord God-
Blood, of Kstarada. Day wore a long,
white false beard. Searching his per
son the officer found a Krag rule, a
45-caltbre revolver, 22 revolver, two
belts containing at least M0 rounds
of rllle and revolver nnimiinltlon and
frey; Timothy Tolman His friend, eight full boxes of shells In bis pock-
who married for money, and Is sorry while he carried many more looso
for It. Phlllln 9lnm.lt- Mr m.lrnv "'"-'" ' r sacK. un nis person
w - ' ,(,., , 9, A n f.t.n ...n,.ut..Mk
III - , , . ... ,, I I'.itie. a luiaa iiiiMinL.iiu:
..o wuitt. ni-iaw, a juiiy cove, narry I)uy WUH ulOWC(i to wear tho falBO
Gordon; Hobson "a waiter from the heard to Oregon City until ho reached
Cafe Glorlanna, who adds to the con- "'o Jail.
fusion" wnbtn Pnnfi..M. pi.ri asked why ho took the bug-
' ' l.olr.iiirlnw t Ut,,.lt.. .,, .t..
a l, , . I J iw oi-iiiiil nun uui ui I,
The Captain s pretty wife out for a lhe nroner replied that he thought
lark, and up to anything awful," Miss the men were officers and that It
Florence McFarland; Mrs. Tollman w"ld be a good Joke to take their
"A lady with a temper, who finds her "UKK,y rr"m l""m- ' ne P"0'"" (,r L-
wicaua am mil yi ineu at llllj ttCllOHS OI
Timothy a vexation of spirit," Miss
Maud Adamson; Katie "A mischiev
ous maid," Miss Clara Fields.
young Day, as ho was always well be
haved and never drank. Ho spent
most of his ernlngs on graphophoues
Tuesday Day waa examined as to
Money to Loan. his sanity and pronounced to be sane.
In sums of $500 and up for torm of Hh 1h huld Ja" "ere awaiting a
years mortgage security.
t4 H. E. CROSS.
Biantfcs Tln Hffll Yw Haw Umn toigM
IlM (uid You Han Alwayi
DeWltt's Carbollzed Witch Hazel
Salve, the original. Is good for any
thing when a salve Is ner-ded and Is
especially good for plies. Sold by
Jones Drug Co.
Don't throw your old razors or scis
sors away. I grind and make them
cut like new.
West Oregon City, near 8chool House.
WHEN TO PLANT CROPS
(Continued from Page One.)
ach, beets, etc., may also be put In.
This also I think the best time to
plant fruit trees, berry, currant and
gooseberry plants, grapes, etc., and
nlun ff... ,i-i.ti In.. .,.! anmvliiv Dm
Irylnfr iireimrutloiiH simply doveU ,,,, , ,, .,, ,. ,,
op.lry catarrh; tlioy dry np the s-.trHioiis, L,,,. f, w,..lth,,r ,
CLAIMS ARE EASILY MADE
You are judged by
what you actually
That 1 can accomplish the best possible results In all kinds of
dental work renulrlnc skill Is attested 1,v a
steadily Increased during the past H years.
business that has
Very often I have to repair tho damage Infili-ted by men who are
misfits In this profession. They catch some customers ,j so-called
I guarantee the best skill In every branch of dental work. Tho
work that stands tho test of time ami makes a friend of every
If you appreciate skill, gentleness and modern methods at rea
sonable cost, entrust ins with your work.
L. L. PICKENS, Dentist
far a WhU Vxtr
lOwnw Wood Prnrvar.)
Non-polsnnouf. Sanitary (Mar. I'ul
up In lllhogrsihil rsns only
Don't 1st your alr slv you
rOK SAIJC BY A1X DRALKIW.
CvbollMam Wood PwrTtni Co.
Now York. N. T.
Boa Kranclooo. 01.
Fisher, Thorsen S Co.
lpt. I'd. Portland
Writ for TmU
lONLY ONE GENUINE
foiif nJ II
THCfU 18 ONLY ONI OINUINI
CARBOLINIUM, THAT II THI
Lj AVBNARIUS CARBOLINIUM.
THIRI It A CHIAP IMITATION
ON THE MARKET THAT It BE
INQ OFFERED AT FROM 11.00
TO 11.20 PER GALLON. THE
GENUINE AVENARIUI CAR.
BOLINEUM IN QUART CANI SO
CENT1, AND ONE GALLON! AT
tt.N WILL DO ALL THAT It
CLAIMED FOR IT. INSIST ON
THE GENUINE, TAKE NO
OTHER. PUT UP IN LITHO
GRAPH CAN8 ANO tOLD IN
LI..L i .1 1 . -...1 .1
i upu.,,1 or tne uirecc primary laws. ... . , toes for tho main cron. and for sow-
Mm UQ un UfArln nailn . .. . LJIAI1 LMH iiriiiiiHrv iiiriii UL uuuiri II. A. V (Jl ill. . . ' ....
uciaieu mil ., .7 . - , ..... Hib Ht.rlnif wheat and oats,
loner Bal eywl "'"I"1 the, tl,ne i" Btart '" "!Jt
dalrv inVnocLs at . LT ?U beals. Ely. Cream Balm will master '-1 ! I"t In for tho main
of izooo ESS rVhi. r fVJ C8tarrh or ia 11,4 nJ 1'1'8"' cauliflower, celery, to-
Lit !ll 5 .'ool . . warded a pi(UM4I1ty. Ail dniyyists s.-ll ti.e r,0 cent matoos, etc. Also plant some maiiKd
measure of vital Importance to thr. ,..! b m ;... u...... umi.i u..,i -..... .i .!' i,i
Dl3. X.lr JirinUOrS. UU nuiiou KUfb. I .j-.v., i.ni iwi-n. nun uuu i. iuib".
i i Vw r I, 0 and York. 10 B"w H0" seed of tho thousand-
p clon that Bailey would use his ad- The Balm Is used without pain, do not headed kale, for transplanting up to
fltlonai deputies Indirectly to promote! Irritate or causa sneer-iDtf. It spreads itnolf the 4th of July. Thousand-headed
... ninuiuuiis is ut-iievea to OTer an irrttaUid and anirry surface, reliuv. kale Is bolne recocnlzed as one of
ioit immrdiately the psiuful inflammation, iho most valuable succulent dairy
Ely's Cram Halm contains no cocaine, f.,.p,lH fljr Western Oregon. It Is a
mercury nor other oarmiui uruXs. vt.ry imr(ly palt 8tandiiif a tempera-
have been largely responsible for the
defeat of the bill which was admitted
to have merit, having passed the Sen-
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