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north thin niornin.
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aouiit tiiiH allciiioon.
Frank Klnirlev li-ft
Waah., Ihln moriiitii.'.
Joint Hatid-Bki'r U vMHng jth
rleiiile lit rli'H-aiit Will.
.tira i.iiiiiiii Iioidiwiii) wiio lin l,en
vUltlnu' reintlvi-t In F,ui;i'iii roiur I
to Huh m tod.tv.
J it iK'ekiv, who Inm lufn vl.itiiiu'
friend" In Eiifone tlm pn-t f.-v da.t
went, tn Drain IIiIm nfii-nmon.
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rirki'tl liiillilinif. utilil Mmidiiv.
J L I'aue reliirm-d frnin Allimv
day, where he linn hi-cn to ii.it In 1 1,,.
nreanliiti'in of a lnlnpof I In- ll P () K.
Robert Slu'llmi U ciiiiin;i'd In tln
trueklnir liut.ine in Sulcm Instfml of
the "lurk' .v" liiiliii-,, in a typn ncnlo
tm av Vfterd.i.
ilfV U (' llrook went toSulein tmluy
to ntlend a nieetini; nf the Ht.ite eom
mlttee of the Y P SC Iv The mcilhiL'
la to he held to arrunire a jirnirriim for
ttioMtnte Kndeitvor t'liiivcntion. whlrli
will ronveiip In F.ili;i-ne next May.
Fred Flk ami Homer Kreney, inein
her of the cl:is of '!I7. I' of ), went (o
Albany this nmrn iiiir. Tomorrow they
will go on to Newla-rtr to attend Hie
meet i n c of the Interrollevjiute Orutori-
eal Awocl'itlon, which eonvene r
tint! place next Fridny. Mr FUkuill
represent hix eol, (c ,, the oratorical
contest, while Mr Kcciicy toes to n p
rcHeiit hia clasa in the inciting; of the
aHMoclallon. The rcinainder i f the
delegates w ill leave fur New berij totnnr
IloAHIi t'K TlAIK The met line of
'heilourdot Trtnle Tiicd:iy evening
waa well attemh d and much enlhii-
hlasm wan niunifcstcd by the itn inl'i r
in their t irortH to properly inlvcrti-e
the resource" of Lane county. The
coililliilti e iipliointed at it previollK
meeting to nti-e funds for that pur-
IMice waa instructed to entirupon mi
uetlve canviis and Hcetirethe neci's-ary
Hinoiint aa hooii aa posililc. 1 his com-
inittce I'oiihisla of Captain Isaac (iray,
(JeoT Hall and (5 Ziccler and may
' Hi' III l (il'KT Kit Kl.T-
at Ui March
U J M Horn va W P FUher, Maty !'l John McColluui vi A.nca Mc
A Fi-hcr, Jtcnry V Fialier and Klla , Collum; divoice. j
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i risncr: c iniirinaiioii. : t in r 1. no, governor etc, i t ul,
47 J II Ake im, t-t nl, at the lui. d-,.s t!n h.iar.l of i onimlsslouent for the
lux committee of the M K church i f iialo of .h.i.il and uiiiversltv 1 unls. ele
vi J W (iroa and wife, et ul; foreclosure.
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'loo lalt- vs W a Mclf c, it ;. !Jllletlon v S Mony and J A Milliron;
to ii-iMiiT niouiiv, i to recover money.
W A'u-lilmrn as,i..nte vt ti M 4S tate of Oregon va K V. 1 yoiw
iHimi.-iit i f (i M Jack.i.l.;
THE SLiiSiON WAHlilS.
as Kim. i nt.
4 J I' Amis v, . .1 J,il,ii...n ,l v
W U il-on; iiiolioii to modify.
" 1 1 Hint K Sluddcii vs
If "A n and V i:Vliipul,
,; Hie llaiiislurn Mercantile C'kiii
I'liiy v-li M laumi and wife; ii.peitl
tl'oll, j ,V .mm.
i tt I Ian is vs I iiiii; coiilirina-
I lariftiy of putilic funds,
; 4 W (! Pickett vt Isaac
:i I I) IViver v Albert Winzcu.
Tied and Wiuzcnried, hi wife,
et ul; foreclosure.
04 Minnie Itelidiatv vs 1 X Hem-
50 F I, Chiunber vt Frank I. aver- bri e and Lena Heinbree; foreclosure,
ty and John OU; partuera as Lawny i Saruli F. Pierce vs John 1 t'ole-
, man; breach of promise.
Kay and j !n AS Met lure vs Fred II Kich
mid Adellu Uich, foiccloniire.
Johnson; 07 The Market Hank of Knoxville,
'I'eiiu., vs Samuel Loonev i tin inarricil 1
l ld-; to recover money.
51 11 WolilMuith vs J II
T L Kiiuliall; foreclosure.
';t M Svarvcrud vs A J
to recover personal property.
54 Joseph Siernburi; and Isaac
Senders, parluer at Stelilierg Si Sen
ders, vs Charles V Slurr and Uoilla
Slarr, his wife; to recover money.
51 The Lo-enllehl-Smilh Company,
a corporation sU V Kuapp; to recover
s A p Cr,,w vs I, T Crow
rcpoit i, lel'on e.
11 I' i.mk llroiliers Company, a cor
poral ion vs C Delaney and J V Ache
"n; to recover nioiiev.
lu J.unes A llciitchiiigs v J SCuh. ""'' M M I'av'nv Win Xavlor as
ti.-; to ire ver incuiey. executor of the estate of Alfred Wilson
II John Kelley vs Robert I- l.'unip- lll,'ascil, et ul; to recover money,
hell; d:iuinc. s 57 .1 W Stewart va F Laverly and
1- Jiuiies !: Kennel ly, adiiiiiiisti;,- I M lds, partners a Lawrty A Olds;
lor, vs Fiaok Mengcz; in eijiuly; in ; to recover money.
";l1";N1':fr,,l-,l7 ' M J..'e,hS.'er.,bcrfiandIsaacSen-
U KiUei.e L-unber Cim.-any vs (l..rs. . partners etc.. Steml.enr A
- i'--.iiisiei; coniinmi- Srnilrr vs Ceo H
1 1 L C Smith vs Siuslaw tV K.isiern
Carson and Surah
Ctirson. hln wife; to recover money.
oil Wllllloitna .( f'olonant. a urtrnl..
Kulwuy ,: Navigation Cnmpaiiy; to cori.oratlon v. I M H.... a.l ..,.1 I A
I'.letv, partners pip m J M Howard A
v N It T.ilial'eio. i'. i ,,., ,
tuiil.y luliulero, Arthur I alialero; in- r,.
Jiiuetioi,; report nl relelee.
Ii', !' I. Sn.iil, V It c . :..r. . .
.-.a.ihshdivis.u.m;. ' JlvtvsvsK P. Whlted; to
... . ... recover monev.
ii i,.iiiv omul) - city hi r.ugene;
t iplicl title.
IS Kate M ovens vs F 11 Sherman;
15 K L Suiiili
In re-nsli;tiiii(.it of .1 M Howard;
c u III uiatloii.
I'.l It ithclnl l Kins vs J i) Wilson
c--ti Ii i uiatloii.
J) Michnel F I! -lily vs I) W Fleet
and L.llinii Fuel, his wile, and J W
Ficct; to sit aside deed. '
ri FAIu!tgs K Itiiiiiu; to re
11 In ri'Kssigiiiueiit of C C (iold
i'J J S Fi rguesiin vs Win P Nail, ci
nl; coiilii omiioii.
;l lames F Minle, Thomas lvnibel,
C W Wa.-hbuiu s Sarah Howard
Harold, (i F H.irol I and (l,veu 11 over;
to tpiii t title.
11 The New F.ngluiid Mortgage Se
curity Company, a private cm puratioii
i:ii.abeth J Hill and J It Hill, et ul
'.'.') Win 1'. Lord, governor of the
slate of Oregon, el al, as the board of
comuil-.-iouels for the sale of school
i,.l ii id v t,r..i i v limits en John I'
t,c expected lo w ait upon our bush,, ss 1, (y i( ., ..
men Boon. Hie commiiieuon iiiera- .
ure, consisting of Mes-rs (ieoM Mil-i " , . , ( siephens und
ler.MKltarkerund UN ncki-rliiti-, j j.-jjij sti-plti.-iiH, his wife, et at; eon
have tukell tlloler advisement the pub- , Un
f " U''t l"'Ke P'"n.h.. t ,;ei) () KllA U.s Vs David Morse,
ileacriptlvc of the coi.nly, the d.siem (j j,,, t., ,.
Illation of which among the pe. pie of; , ., ,.,.,.,,.. .. ,, A,.M1
the Eastern alates would undouhtediy l "
desirable c!asi ,,f inorey ami iji., "
et n';cnllrii a'tdi.
ai) Jacoli liillespin vs Edmund T
aid in bringing n
Immigrant; to iho illuinelte valley.
An aiiliuatcd discu-klon coiiceriiing j
tho value of county fairs was also held
and it wa the unanimous opinion of
the members prencni that tho county
tdiould hold audi u fair sometime next
fall. If the Hoard of Tiadc snivelled
in its present effort , Lane county will
have its ahare of adveriising I ami,
consequently, a fab' proportion of those
who will come to Oregon to seme
during the next ilv or eight months.
Pa ly liiiKid, 1-VI'iwr) -"
roNi:WHKItG.-Thc l-of O delega.
lion to the Intercollegiate route win-
li.rieal Assoclitloli, left on Ibis niotn-
ing's norlh-houiid overland for New
berg, where the usi-ocialion will con
vene loiuoirow lilght Ullilel tne
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aUsld.VS of PaciliC College. me
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locution l coniposeii oi ma
. . I, K" v nil, I
Dig BUIIlenis; llllinn
Miss Margaret I'mlerwoon, m u.--
Senior clas-; D V K'lyKemiaii a,...
Miss lllanebe Taylor, of the Junior
. I I ... I I. .in .
class; E it R 'one ami -M'ss .iau v ... -
wall, of ihe Sophomore ela-s, ami .Mr
(iulloway and Mi-"
Fivshman class. Mr lveneyaiiii .Mr
FUk.lhe oralorol the l( d O,
lown Vesterda.V limllillig w
lull U cbMiimi.n el ti"' uc.c.u,....
Udiir 'oisr i. tVhninr, -l'BK-1'ASS
CAor -Al Whitney ap
peared before Ju-tice t
fternoon on achari: trespas-.., ....
i he property of R Nt-wmayer. win
,ev waived exaininaunu aou
tomorrow morning m
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edition and J M
Johnson, Kugene Johu-oii; conllima
(ioii. ,11 S i: Knapp v M Svarvcrud, et
al; coiillima ion.
31 J I! Stewart vs Robert Cat hey;
.Ti F,Wt)-burn vs ti W Rolerla;
t C2 In re-assigiiinent of A H Rigelow;
1 O'l T Wiishlninip v J J Eaton
a-id HenrXta Eaton, bis wife, et al;
(II OW Hurd v Kobert Thoma
Cooper; to recover money.
; 05 llonevnifin. Ilrllnnt St Co, a
corporation, vs James F Nixon; tn re
! ilrt Lester D Jaeohy v Holly C Ja
I pobv; divorce.
H7. M F. McLeod vs James A Me
I fis .1 Wlnvler vs F. It Whlted; to
(l!l (leorcp I! Horrls, assignee v 0
W Crowell and Helen W Crowcll, his
I 70 S H Friendly vs Alice Reming
ton; to ipilet title.
71 S H Friendly vs John Keene; to
! 72 S II Friendly vs Althea Leonard;
tn rpiiet title.
I 7.'! F L Kelly vs K It Whlted; to
74 Tn re assignment of W V Ches
75 C H Loomis vs Win Moll'utt; to
recover nu ney.
7tl Joseph Sternberg and Itaae.
S,.ndera, partners etc, ft Sternberrt A
Sender vs E E Cummins; to recover
77 Lizzie N Thompson vs P J II ti
ler and Mary J Roller, his wife; fore
closure. 78 C I HmiMton v H H Wallae, D
K Ruir. R P Caldwell and FM Parker;
7!) Ralph Clarua and John W Lylo
vs The Siuslaw River A Lumber Co;
to recover money and Injunction.
SO Charles Laner v 8 (J Carson,
SI M Levingcr and L Levlnger v (leo M Carson J A , Bushnell, Klern-
aIII be tried
ai.pei.rinu for the pros
Williams for the .1 e-
Edward J Maxwell, el al; conllrmn.
.15 Ella F Travis vs J W Areharl
and M iry J Areliari, bis wile; con
llrmition. .Hi Ii J. II a lliome and 1 E Lnver
hUe, a executors of the estate of
Louisa II llauchutt, deceased, s Eu
cnie R Law n nee; coiiHruiation.
U, W C Washlmril vs J J Eati U
and Henrietta E.ttoii, his wife; conllr
uiation. IIS R llilemati and Win (I Welzel,
partners ns llileinau A Wetel, and ti
M ( ioibhird vs J Ctioodale; foreclosu e
o mechanic's lien.
3D John McCrow v Henry Uporeu
to ieiiovnr money.
4) J F Yost vs Jiistih Splci-r;
41 CS Davis vs Henry Smith; con
firmation, j- 'io AllUno.! Trust Company,
Limited, n o rporation,
Voiiin! and Kisiah Young
I I Wll It i.rus vs C J TibU'lts,
A .1 Kaiser vs J I', l.ee, i..j
lierg A Senders and Isaac Carson; fore
RI J M Horn vs C W Powell, et al ;
82 V E Iirnwn va Vol ney Iletnen
way a administrator of the estate of
Martha J Itogart, deceused, et al! foie
closuro. 83 A L Roney and L N Roney,
partners as Roney Rrolhers v Lmil
llundy and Edi h Rundy; to recover
SI Itruno Vitus vs E J Frasier, et
M Charles Hurst vt Karness Wade;
action in ej.-otoient.
Si) Lizzio N TliompFon v Hen
Rush and Sarah J Rush, his wife;
S7 Lizzie N Thompson vs C C Hell;
o reeo.er money.
HS Lydla Craig and ("has E Craig
vsS C Smith, ChasOray, et al; darn
et ul; to set aside men.
.1, Ii (iillisptn v
I' i : I - eoi.tirmaiioii
Ml James II Clark receiver of the
Masonic lieltevolellt Association of
Central Illinois, va Joseph Sternberg,
to recover money,
0) James 11 Clark, redd ver of tho
Henevolent Association of
, M A dill aud. Central Illinois vs Win K Lee; to re
et al; foreclo-uie.
!s Ann Roc vs A E Wood, S It
Eakin, J M Al rauis; to iccover per
sonal properly and moniy.
100 Mit'ormick Harvesting Ma
chine Company, a corporation, vs A (I
llovey doing luisine-s under the name
oT Lino County Rank; to recover
101 deore Midgley v.T J Cr Ig, M
A Craig, and tho Pa-ilb States S.tv
logs, Loan and Ruilding Company;
foreclohure of mechanic's lieu.
102 Slate of Oregon v deorge Park;
larceny from a person.
103 State of Oiegou vs E D Earl. ;
104 Slate of Oregon vs S A lluliu,
soiling spirituous liquor
Pu'ljr i.utro, Kitjonry :'
A Fatal Operation.
Fied Itushiiell died at the Hood Sa
maritan hospital in Portland yester
day afternoon us tl e result of mi up.
ration for appendicitis. Tho opera
tlon wa performed ubout 12 o'clock
Tuesday night and it seemed ul ll'st
that it would be successful, hut the
shock w is loo great for him to endure
in his weakened condition ami soon
he began to sink and continued grow
ing weaker until a little after 2 o'clock
ycMcrday nttcrnonu w hen he died.
The body, accompanied by Miss
Coin Itushiiell, the sister of the de
ceased, arrived on Ihi afternoon'
train. The interment will take placo
in tho (lillcsple ceii,tery across the
river tomorriw or Saturday.
This was Mr liiishncU'H third attack
of appendicitis, he laving sull'ered
from the same disease last spring, fol
lowed by , second attack during the
summer. He was taken ill last Friday
and the attack proved so violent that
his only chance of recover lay iny hav
ing an operation performed Immed
iately. Accordingly, he went to Poit,
Iand Tuesday for this purpose.
Mr Rushuell wus a young man
twenty four year of ago and had
lived most of his life ill and about Eu
gene. Hi sterling Integrity aud
manly qualities had endeared hint to
many, who sincerely mourn his un
timely death. The bereaved family
has the sympathy of tho entire com
munity In their great aorrow.
Pully Guard, February J ..
Something to Depend Oil.
Mr James Jones, of the ding firm of
Jones A Son, Cow den, III., In speaking
of Dr King's New Discovery, saya that
last wittier his wife was attacked with
La lirippe, and her casu grtw to
hoi ions that the physicians at Cowden
and Puna could do nothing for her. lt
seemed to tlevelope into Hasty Con
sumption. Having Dr Klng'a New
Discovery in the store, aud selling lota
of it, be took a botle home, and to the
surprise of all alio began to get better
from first dose, and half do.eu dollar
hollies cured her sound aud well. Dr
King's Ntw Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds Is guaranteed
to do this cood work. Try It. Free
trial bottles at I. endarsou and Linn's
ll,ir.ilfnl of Men Trying to
.nittlirll and ,Hol l III follow
er lion Home
Sai.km, Feb. 21, 2:41 p in. -The Da
vis house held two sessions today.
Twenty-seven member wru present.
Tnree wi r at s lit ami were excusi d.
hauilfnll of senators met aud ad
journed today. Only l.'l were present.
Mitclttfll aud Hirsch have both gone
from Sa'nin. Many of the senators left
for their home last night and today,
having come to the conclusion (hat It
was useless to wait for the house to
MA KY Mc Mil! It AY'S HILL.
K-diieniucrs ltr.dhvrs, Mere, ami
Nephew. The Kugene Christian
I tint eh a lb iiellciary.
The wi l of Miss Mary R McMuny,
who died in Portland. Jauuarv 24.
I wa lllvd foi probate Tuesday upon
the petition of l'.uima J Arcbambeau,
a sister of the deceased. The tetiu
incut wa executed Novemlwr 24, IS'.ll,
and names C E Moor, of Corvallls, or
In case of hi Inability t.i act, S It
Eakin, Jr, of Eugene, a executor. The
deceased disposes of an estate worth
10,5.10. The Multnomah county
property Is valued at $ 1250; two mort
gages on an undivided fouilh Interest
in I'niversity addition to Eugci.e,
(HMO; a mortgage on the McMutry
donation hind claim, lu Lane county,
td2tKI; 200 acre of laud in Lane county,
f.MlO; personal property ll)0.
The bequests aie as follows: M Mo-
Murry, brother, flOoO; Lena Jordan,
niece, 500; J H McMurry, brother
flood; Emma J Archamheail, sister,
flniO; Eva McMurry aud her brother,
fid each, ami f 1.111 to each of the fol
lowing nieces and nephews: Daisy
McMuny, Myrtle McMurry, Nellie,
McMurry, Elsie McMurry, Ralph Mo-
McMurry, Frank McMurry, dleit
Mc diirrynnd Ruby Achambeaii. To
her brother lu law aud siter-iu law,
W L Arcliainbe in and wife, urn !-
qtii-Ht lied paintings and certain other
ai'dcs. The deceased ulves to the
La lies' Aid Soc ety of Ihe First Chris-
tia i church of Eugene $ 100O, thu inter,
est of which is to be perpetually de-
vole I In tho society. The real proper
ty of the estate I to be sold al auction
and any remaining money Is to bo
equally divided between her brother,
J S McMurry and sister, Emma Arh
chambea'i. SiiAKKNPKAiu-: Cl.t'li. The Sbakw-
pcara met on Tuesday evtnlng at the
homo of Prof ami Mrs John Htraub,
and listened In a vcy Interesting and
Instructive discussion and comparison
of Shakespearean and the old ( Ireek
play, by Professors Carson and Htraub
respectively, after which the reading
and study of Corlolanus was continued
as far a Act II. The club then ad-
J hi rued to meet next Tuesday evening
at tho homo of Prof and Mra Wash,
burn, lly request, and to the great
pleasure of those present, Professor
Nash then favored the club with jome
choice selections oil the piano.
01 R JUNIOR SK NATO It.
Senator Oliver rerwctttetl by a
flippant Newspaper Man
Our junior senator, Hen I D Driver,
is being pcrsccuicd by an envious ami
unnppreciative Salem Journalist. Ia
fact the aforesaid Journalist does not
seem to have the least resiect or
reverence for the honorable gentlcmati
who, in patt, bears the legislative dig
nil ic i ferrcd by the intelligent
voters i. four fair county. Ken I these,
left handed compliments from the Sa
lem Journal of yesterday nod weep;
"I'll blow up iiiv valor If I blow up
the Mitchell ship." Dr I I) Driver, D
Adjo irnmetit might save Driver't
reputation; he can least of anyone af
ford to stay at Salem.
Rids will lie received for wood de
livered at the University of Oregon as
150 cords 4ft big body fir.
40 " 20 Inches split body oak.
40 11 21 11 " " 11
15 " 18 " "big" pine.
Rids will bo received until March 10,
IWi7, al 12 in.
Joshua J Walton,
Sec. of Regenls.
Faii.kd to Akkivk The Curnita.
company, which was billed to appear
at the opera Imuse yesterday evening,
failed lo arrive yesterday ufternoi n
and, consequently, no performance
wus given. It is rumored that the
company Is in Junction uud unable to
oStaiu the necessary funds to meet
Pully Guild, February i'i.
Studkst Akkaiks. Howard Davl
left for Salem this morning, where he
and I) V Kuykeudall will represent
the U of O lu tho meeting of a com
mittee to iirrange for the program of
the Intercollegiate field meet, which
will take place some time next spring.
After the meeting of this committee,
Mr Davis and Mr Kuykeudall will go
to New lierg to attend the meeting of
tho Oratorical Association, of which
Mr Davis Is treasurer. While In New.
berg, Mr Davis will also represent the
U of () In tho organization of an Inter
collegiate baseball league.
Pally Guard, February 2j.
Lkctukk on Hunday (School
Wohk. Mrs N W Allen, state super
intendent of the primary and inter
mediate Sunday school work, lectured
In the Congregational church this
afternoon on "Methods of Hunday
school Work." The lecture wa very
Interesting and helpful to Hunday
School worker aud was attentively
listened lo by those preset)'.
D i you lack faith ami love health?
Let us establish your faith aud restore
your health with DeWltt'sHarsapanl-
la. City Drug Store, II. A. Vincent,
Dr Driver, D. D., flew the track
some time ago. The only trouble It
the Dr can't realize the fact.
Dr Driver lasi night once more shed
every nrop of blood In his veins for
the (lag which his ancestors fought to
The only pitched battle we recall Dr
Driver ever having engaged In was a
tongue-light with .Mrs Duuniway at
Salem and she got away with him.
Dr Driver hail a chain e to go aud
tight for his country In the sixties, to
say nothing of tho tin e when Charley
Raker asked him to put up his dukes
in the Lane county campaign.
If the vulornus Dr. Driwr had
really wanted to have shed hit blood
for his country hu might have enlisted
in one of the numerous Indian wart.
Resides calling nil who who disagree
with him anarchists, and the sons of
secular ploneirs degenerates, Rev Dr
Driver, D D, generously oilers to break
his f.'IO cane over the head of the Jour
nal man. The doctor ought to Join
the rest of tho people lu having a
hearty laugh al himself.
The Journal cheerfully corrects
what might tie lufetred from our Item
that he was ever dean of a divinity
school at Eugene. Dr Driver has for
years held a similar chair at Salem.
Dr Driver's calling the X Ray man a
liar thirty -seven times a minute don't
alter tne fact.
Poor Driver! What a pitiful exhi
bition he makes of himself. He came
here with some little reputation at a
preacher, but his querulous disposi
tion, his ugly manners, his habit of
forgetting the truth, keep his friends
coil tautly apologizing aud offering
excuses for him on giouiid not credit
able, and keep the public wondering
what absurdity or nonrenso Is coming
Rlai'k Langslinng eggs and thorough
Mkh Dhkw CIrivfin,
Sixth aud Charneltou streets, Eu
C. 1. Church.
Services Hunday, Feb. 28, as follows:
ftuiiday school 10 a. ni.
Preaching 11 a m, by Rev Rurgtas.
Preaching al 7:30 p in by Rev Wni.
KUDY'B i'll.K HUI'I'OHITORV.
la uarantwd in euro I'll.' sail t'nnitlMllon
or money refunded. Ml renta ls-r bin. Hcrxl
two atautfia lor circular aiei rrso nauipi w
MAItTIN KI'liY, Hi-KlHi'is-d I'liariiiaclnl.Uncaa
UT, l a No I'unTALa ANawaaaii. Fur sale by all
tint rlaidriim(iiiieTiiry where, and In Kugatio
Uri'ioa by llaburn At ItolAiiu
Tn lore Colli In One Day.
Take Laxative Itromo Quinine Tab
els. All druggists refund the money
If It falls to cure. 25c.
Parks' Tea clears the complexion
Mra. N. Meyette, of Le Roy, N. V.,
says: "I have used Parks' Tea anil find
It tho best remedy I have ever tried.
Hold by A. Ykiuniiton.
Many merchants are well aware that
their customer are their best friends
and take pleasure In supplying them
with the best goods obtainable. Al an
Instance we mention Perry A Came
ron, prominent druggist of Flushing,
Michigan. They say: "We have no
hesitation In recommending Cham
herluin't Cough remedy to our cus
tomers, as It Is the best cough nied
Iclue we have ever sold, and alwayt
gives satisfaction." For sale at 25
aud CO cents per bottle by
Ostium A DeLano.
COFFOLENE May be found
at the following stores
i "is or
!:,. ana 0 o'clock p nt
;'ri a-V,f"rUle purpose of electing
iialou.,' , " ,,,rBslon. "I'lred,
'"tFi- erk fur one year In pUce 0f
''"gen., Oron, February 15,
Is Fast becoming a POPULAR drink in place
of Co'.fee for which it is a Substitute, but
much cheaper;' PROMOTING rather than
DESTROYING HEALTH as Coffee is doing
to Millions of People.
No other substitute approaches this great
HEALTH DRINK In MERITS.
C. D. Combs & Co.,
J. L. Page,
J. L. Ziegler,
B. M. Burg,
J. O. Rhinehart,
Uko. F. Chaw, Clerk.