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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 19, t904.
j AMONG THE EXCHANGES
OF THE INLAND EMPIRE
Mormons Are Not Worrying. ; about 30,000 head havo been sheared.
We have not one-quarter the In-' By next week. It the weather Is pro
t est the Smoot investigation pltlous, It will be In full blast all
that people think we have. He -was over the state.
elected to the United States senate . It has been commenced earlier
!. rouubllcan legislature composed this year than usual on account of
, Minimis. non-Mormons and tone
too.-' and it Is a matter of indlffer-
once to us as a church body whether
he is permitted to retain his seat or
not further than we are Interested in
bin! as a friend and would like to
Mm succeed. We depend on
God for the perpetuity of our church
and not on any senator for our suc
cess and for that reason It Is of lit
. ...i i.
tle concern to i
l rerortcr this after- ol Mrs- C- 'V Thatcher. Many rest
Capital Jiews reporter miB ntier , , . t,jd , r,in
t""V : "r.,V "vnhi Prnrt nf sit
HOOD UJ '-- .
I TrinrtJ to MM
states mission, comprising the uoiso
district. Northern Idaho, Montana,
Washington, part of Oregon and all ow useu to summon uio cim
nBsninM"''. ' pi,ir prntt is dren to school is the same purchased
Sere ooking after the work of the Mrs. Simon from the proceeds of
Mormon church and on Sunday will en ertalnment given Iff her to
hold a general conference with the twiAa to secure the bell. Mrs
members -Boise Capital News. Simon has been visited by many of
" her old pupils and she ls greatly en
Wrestling With Slot Machines. Joying her visit here. Lewiston
Another effort will be made at a Tribune.
future council meeting to pass the
ordinance on slot machines. The
second move is taken because of the
belief that some of the councilmen decided to take decisive action In op
ma not understand the purport of position to Congressman W. R.
.l. iiofnntpd nt the meet-
in- lust Tuesday night. i
lDLmSL.i... "i ....:.,.,,..,! wJth
. . . n . t . . r..ttt
sel Connor at the request of the!
mvnr and Is a copy of the state ,
inir making the operating of mer
chandise slot machines a misde
meanor It was rumored about the city nail
yesterday that the cigar men nnd
others who had slot machines In
their places of business were in fa
vor of the passage of the ordinance.
nA were ereatb disappointed be-
cause of the adverse action of the
Sheep Shearing Commences. point a committee to lay the matter
Advices from Welser, Mountain- before the county commissioners,
borne. Shoshone, Bliss and other i asking them to contribute to the ex
places is to the effect that sheep pense of .the exhibit. Dayton Courl
ihearlng has commenced. At Welser -.-r-Press.
t3,000.00 S room, 2 story, new
house, and lot EOxlOO.
$1.200.00 5 room,
$1,700.008 Room, 2 story "
house. Bath tub and toilet,
good cellar, woodshed, pump
and city water. Easy terms.
$600.001 Vacant lot. Very
$2,0007 room 2 story house
1 rooms each 15x15, bath
room, rock cellar 18x32, 2
$250xoi vacant lot.
Despain Building, Room 43,
Telepbone Black 1161.
LET US SUPPLY
DIMENSION LUMBER OF
Doors, BUnds, Mould
'ng, Building and Tar Paper.
Bling Your Bill to Us and
Get Our Figures.
toys' Harbor Com. Co.-
"THE tAlTTALKMMI M
10 tm.. iir'. .-
0IBLarT .Tm: UAHt onpfinw.S'
"0,led for 23 Ceqt, a h PT1 n u co
"""ft . ZttXZJi! LJfTl'.V.''
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the prevalency of scab which seems
to be worse this season than usual.
No buyers have yet arrived, but they
are expected within a few days,
when a price will be established.
Lewiston Pioneer Teacher.
Mrs. Simon of Spokane, who
taught school In Lewiston 32 years
nKOi is v,istor in the city, the cnest
aents "ere, now heads of
riwira,! fl.nl.. f!o. Inn.
received their first instruction In the
a-b-C'S frm Mrs" Slmon nml Elle ls
,,. ,. n,,.
held In sincere reverence by all. The
Don't Like Parcels Post.
Dayton Commercial Association has
Hearst's narcel nost bill.
Monday a letter was received by
rnlnmhtn Pnnntv TMcmntM, from
..... j ..
1 1 ,1 n Arlrllc... r T?rftn nt H-onnn.n 1
who is chairman of the United State
senate committee, commending an
euiiuimi iu iiic ui&pciilll ntiiiu;
forth the evils that would accrue to
the business of the small towns by
the passage of this bill. Columbia
Dayton Will Exhibit.
The Commercial Association has
.taken up the question of sending an
exhibit from Columbia county to tire
i ewis anu uianc rair at r ortianu. it
was suggested that the president ap-
HONORS FOB ELIOT
HAS BEEN PRESIDENT
OF HARVARD 35 YEARS.
Many Famous Men Will Unite to Do
Honor to the Great Educator
Millionaire Alumni Are Expected
to Make the University a Costly
Present One Endowment of $250,
COO in Honor of President Eliot is
Boston, ulass., JIarch 19. Presi
dent Charles W. Eliot of Harvard
University will be 70 years of age
tomorrow and the anniversary ls to
be made the occasion for a magnifi
cent testimonial of the honor and
esteem In which he Is held not only
by Harvard men throughout the
world, but by the American public
For several months a committee of
Harvard alumni, headed by Btich
men as President Koosevelt and
Charles S. Falrchlld, has been busy
maturing plans for the testimonial.
I Their work has been conducted in
secret and even now the exact nature
of the tribute Is not definitely
known, The full plans may not be
made public until commencement
time In June when there will bo a
celebration of the thirty-fifth anni
versary of Mr. Eliot as president of
It ls understood that alumni who
Include many multi-millionaires will
glorify the president either by the
erection of a magnificent khoi me
morial building or by establishing an
enormous endowment fund to be
used In college extension or In the
ahanp of scholarships and benencen
ces. A conservative estimate of the
sum that will be thus gathered
nlaces It In the millions. One en
dowment of 5250,000 has already
been announced. It Is also intended
to present to the university a por
trait of President Eliot to bo paint
ed by John 8. Sargent.
Do You Want Strength?
If you want to increase your
strength you must add to not take
from the physical. In other word3,
the food that you eat must be digest
ed, assimilated and appropriated by
the nerves, blood and tissues before
belne exDelled from the Intestines.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the
physical. It gives strength to and
builds up the human system. It is
pleasant to the taste and palatable.
and the only combination of digest-
ants that w 111 digest tne fooa aua
enable the system to appropriate 11
of its health and strength-giving
qualities. Sold by Tallman & Co,
Alabama Delegates for Roosevelt.
Birmingham, Ala., March 19. lie-
publicans of the Ninth congressional
district met In convention today and
chose delegates to represent the dis
trict at the national convention at
Chicago. Resolutions indorsing Pres
ident Roosevelt for renomlnatlon
were adopted unanimously '
A niovement is on fool looking to
ostabllslunent of an extensive
- oj'oratlva telephone eystem among
iarmern nf Ttnntnn ponntv.
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
DR. W G. COLE, OFFICE IN JUDD
Dunning, ocice hours, 10 to 12 a. m. ;
1 Jo 5 p. m. Telephones: Office main
ijn; resilience, main 13S1,
J. U MILLtiK, M. 1). DKSFAIN BLOCK.
Treats anil corrects ejre troubles, ca
tarrhal conditions and Impaired hearing.
Glasses correctly fitted for refractive er
rors. Telephone, main 1011.
DBS. SMITH . P.IXCO, OFFICE OVER
the Fendleton Savings Hank. Tele
phone S01 ; residence telephone, main
II. S. OAHFIELD, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon. Office In Juild
building. Telephones: Office, black nil;
residence, black 24.
HIS. I). J. M'FAUL, JUDD HLOCK. TELE
phone, main 031 ; residence, black 161.
1)1!. T. M. UF.XDr.HSOX, rilYSICIAX
and surgeon. Office In Savings llank
building, room 1. Office 'phone, main
1411 ; residence, red 1223.
MS. LYXX K. ItLAKESLKE, CHUOXIC
and nervous diseases and diseases of
women. Judd building, corner Main and
Court streets. Office 'phone, main 721 ;
residence, red 1223.
DK. LEXA ALLEX UOOXE. OSTEOPATH.
Itesldence, Thompson street, between
Court nnd Water streets. "Phone, black
1024. Xervous diseases a specialty.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN DU. I..
rrancls Thumnsnn. t-rmlnntn tt -P
Still school. Klrksrlllp. w, r.ma f
Xye's residence, r.02 Wnter street: i)honc
lied ..4 : TUCSdav. Tlllirsilar imil Kami-.
A-' A" T'N' M- p,v KSPAIN HLOCK.
.Co" .S.,.rw.t.' "r Kocppen's drugstore.
.jn-ciui aueniion to skin diseases.
S. KEP.X, DENTAL Sl'KUEON.
room IS, Judd bulldlug.
E. A. .VAT'OHAX, DENTIST. Ol-'KICE IX
Judd building. 'Phone, red 1411.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
riKST NATIONAL HANK OF ATHENA. I
Oregon. Capital, $.-.0,000: surplus and
proms, ri-.irtN.uu. interest on time de
posits. Deals In foreign and domestic
exchange. Collections promptly attended
to. Henry C. Adams, president: T. J.
Kirk, vice-president: V S. LeGrow, cash
ier; I. M. Kemp, assistant cashier.
THE EAKMEKS' ItAXK 01" WESTOX,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank
ing business. Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to. It.
Jameson, president : George V. I'roebstel,
vice-president; J. K. Kllgore, cashier; di
rectors, G. A. Ilartman, M. M. Jones. T.
J. Price. G. D. Grow. J. 1 Kllgore, Hob
ert Jameson, G. W. I'roebstel.
THE PENDLETON SAVINGS
Pendleton. Olecon. Organized March 1.
ISfiSI. Capital, KI0,00U: surplus, $75,-
000: Interest allowed on all time deposits.
Exchange bought and sold on all nrln-
clpal points. . Special attention given to
collections. W. J. Furnish, president
X. Teal, vice -president : T J. Morris,
cashier; J. W. Maluuey. assistant cashier.
1'IUST XATIOXAI. IIAXK OK l'EXDI.E
ton. Capital, $ 70,000 : surplus and un
divided profits, f KiO,uoo. Transacts n
general bauklug business. Exchange
and telegraphic transfers told on Chlea-
go San 1-,-anc.sco Xevv Vo.k and PrlccI-1
pal po uts In the .Northwest. Drafts drawn
on China, Japan and I.urope. Makes col-1
lections on reasonable terms. I.erl An
keuy, president : W. 1 Matlock, vice
president ; J. M. lllce, cashier ; George
Ilartman, Jr., assistant cashier.
ARCHITECTS AND GUILDERS.
huperlutendent. room 1L Judd block,
T. 1". IIOWAItl), AltCIIITECT AND HIJ
peiiuleudeut. Makes complete aud re
liable plans for buildings In the city or
country. Itoom 17, Judd building.
SIIEIJK & COM:. COXTItACTOHS AND
builders. Kutimatcx f mulshed on short
notice. Job work a specialty. Prompt
service. Shop ou llluff atreet, uear Main.
D. A. MAY. COXTItACTOIt AND I1UIM).
er Intimates furnished on all kinds
of masonry, cement walks, ktone walls,
etc Leave orders nt East Oregoulan of
fice. T M. KELI.EIt. PI.ASTEItlXf; AND CE
mentlng. Cement walks a specially.
i.snroaiea ruruisned rree. work guaran
teed, Leave orders at Iladley & Zehner's
cigar store. Main street. 1'. O. Ikx 104.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES,
TELEPHONE LIVKltY STABLE. COUKT
Street. ODnoalle ronrt linnte. rioweni JL
Sou. proprietors. Always good turnouts.
Public scales. 'I'hone, main 381.
OLD DUTCH IIEXKY I'EED YAKD,
Corner West Alta sod LUIItb streets.
S. A. Atloway, proprietor. Large com
fortable stalls. Plenty of feed. Horses
glren careful attention.
COMMERCIAL HTA11I.IMJ, O. M. FIIOOMK
oroorletor. Fine horses, good rl.
best care glren
- . . . . I
transient stock. .
'Phone, mala 101.
t IVI.I- llfllll V IfiTl U'I'IMLVI
Carney 4 Keunedy, l'ros., livery, feed i
and sales stable. Good rigs at all time. '
Cab line In connection. 'Phone, mala 701.
V. HTItOIILK. DEALElt IN SECOND
hand goods. If there la anything you
need In new and second-band furniture.
stores, granlteware and crockery, rail and
get bla prices. No. 212 Court street.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
HOTEL ALTA, CORNEIt ALTA AND
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or week-.
Good table set. Itates. 3,75 and S4.75
1. I . . K-.. W !.... H.I.I,.
per nrr, ii.ia, ... .ru, ivy. i ikuiiwu j
Feed Yard In connection, L. Neff, pro-1
ATHENA HOTEL. LEADING HOTEL IN
the city, tl.00 to ll.OU per day. 11. r,
Milieu, proprietor. j
WHEN YOUK UU8INESH TAKES YOU
to Helix, atop at the Hotel Helix, Good
meals and good service. T. II Wimpy,
MANHOOD RESTORED "CUPIDENE"
JBtH Tbii groat Vffetab.tf vuaiiter, tne precniuon ol rauious rreoca p&vticiAn,wij
tLm qalckljcureyog uf nil norroutor dleae uf lbageneratlv0orifaiu.aofiliiuX4ii Mmi
rm Ituud. Iniumut , l'iUua la the Jlwck. li m I uwl utlutluiu. Arrua JOfUUIlyf
HbW. 42 mLm )iiunli.a. I Ta til tu rmiAm-fV. X ' v li uii ( I as r llrulu. Vurleaitetlr. is n (1 tUtnttht
'JW to Mirtmnatorrtiiva fu3 uU tli horror of
thoklduejE. CllllJ2atrunfftnoaa and nsitonta.
I ii.tlaii. Itutima All ifiKitOA uriuror
B lOCautvO IlluOIT IMir oem. aru iniuua-u witu -ruiu) vvriuui ia ma vuij w " ivwour
to euro wltuudtau operation. 6jJUt;tlruonlal. A wrttten Kuarantoe KlTon and money returned If all
Itoxeado not elloct a iKjnnannt euro. Vl.uo n boi alx fortUUbr mall. Heud Xvr I Ve clrcUar aud
'tMtiniunlala. Addro lAUla K V., Mmu iruclc, Cul,
Sold by Tallman & Co., Druggists,
U. V. O. ELKS. l'ENDLKTOX t.OlKlK.
No. 288. Itegular meetings first and
third Thursdays of each month. All
brothers vlsltlug In the city most cordi
ally Invited to attend. Hall In LaDow
Nock, Court street. 0. A. Ilartman, Sr.,
E. It, ; C. E. Ilean, secretary.
MEN'S IlKSOUT VOl' AIIE IXVITElT
Krw reading room. Why not Join and
get the advantage of free bath, use of
punching bag and other cnulntnonts. In.
eluding library and reading , room, Terms
i.w o join ana ouc a month duea.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
HAKTMAX AHSTKACT CO. MAKES
reliable abstracts of ml,, til nil Iniul,
In Umatilla county. Loans on city and
farm property. Iluya and sella nil MmM
of real estate. Does a general brokerage
business. Pajs taxes nnd makes Invest.
ments for non-residents, lieference, any
bank In Fendleton. 1
O. A. HAKTMAX, lhes.
O. A. HAKTMAX, Jit.. Vice Pies.
J. M. 11EXTLEY ItEI'KESENTS TUB
oldest nnd most reliable tire nnd nrcl
dent Insurance companies. Office with
Ilartman Abstract Co.
JOHN HAILEV, JU., I'. S. LAND COM
mlssloner. Specialty .mnile of land fil
ings aud proof. Insurance am! roller
tluns. Office In Judil building, room 1ft.
VETEKIXAHV SUKQEOX Dlt. IV. ( i
llV.,.l. rttet-- ... .. . . '
..it.-tuuu. uuice ni jaiimaus drug
SEVEX-KOOM HOIISE POIt KEXT IX
quire of Mrs. Julia (lulliford on West
EOIt KENT XIXE-HOOM
quire of It. Alexander.
POK KENT GOOD l-'KONT KOOM,
suitable for two gentlemen or two la
dies. Call at till) Willow street.
fok KENT two FURN8iiKi koom, with
. -, . n t .
MEX TO LEAKX It A It It i; u TKADE. OX-
ij eigui weeks required. Cons ant
SSSJSf JTi rJ'ZZ
Sjsteni College. Sim Krnnrlsrn. Cnllfnrnla.
WANTED TO RENT V FIVK OK HI.V.IUIOM
mndern ho:ie Call at Whlt's dental oflltH I
IwaNTKD - A CAI'AHLB WOMAN T-l p()
housework Apply to Mrs. Krsnk Frailer,
N4 Juekson strcst
WOltK WANTED -I Y N ACTIVE, 1NTKLL.
gent sober ni-iii oi oo: bachelor Any kind
OI ?.lerlc?1,1?r ,l,ht J'Kr ork. (lood ' ail"
.....v., w... .unci nri I.IIU lllll lUUlUT.
rniltB a irarl Inr ft.u 11.11.. !..(.!. ...... . .. .
route airent (or the Dallv finl.le Heat refer
ences. Mndcate salary for permanent pm.
tlon P. Stride, room 6. nver J1 'lea lfoue,
rn-ner Fast Court and lohns n, ,
xpiiesh wacox inr.i.y leatiiehb,
w;t" ,rirX" dV'.Sl"
Telephone main 101 or call at the Com
mPrci stables, opp. postofflie.
eipresa uuu iigui nnuiing or uil kliitls.
8IXOEII HEWIXO MACHIXE OITICE,
BOfi College street. Hepatit for all ma
chlues. I'. A, I.orelang, manager.
SEWEIt CONTJtACTOllS- -HEED A I.AF-,
lei make connections with tJie newer fur
I". . MEItltlM,, .SPOKANE. WASH.,'!
Ageut. Deusmorp. .Second-hand lua- I a
lilues, supplies aud repairs. I
I see voi' "u.ncm;" when you want,
I money. We make loaus on i rr nrl
iiroperiy. --. is. uuiuaiii, rawn llroker,
Mllarkey bulldlug, Court street.
WM. r. YOIIXKA WIM, PAY PltOMPT
atteutlou tu all sales aud pouting bills
i.orrrf.ionueuie soiiciimi. lommisslou fea
(onable. 1'. O, I!oi 200, Pendleton.
IJIII.'MHJIAKINO, ITT.INO AND TIT
tidg a specialty. Prompt work. Halls
faction guaranteed. Mlat 11, Whitley!
ui. .iiaiu aireei.
I'ENDI.ETO.V 8TEAM DYE WOIIKH
730 Cottonwood street. Cleaning, dying
flood called for aud de
'I'hone, main IVDl
IIOI'KECI.EANIXO IIY THE JAPAXUHE
, nouaeiieaning Co. Woik done by th
nay, uour or Job. VllndOW clean UC I
y.'V.1" - , rompt servicfi at low prices,
tHH (iardeu street. 'Phone Main 1171.
BKALIED PKOP08ALH WILL UK ItKCBIVKP
by (Ucordtr M. A fergtuon. anlll April 1st,
1WM, for the putebato ol $'-0 water bonds, to
be tuned br tbe city of Adams, Oregon, of tba
ucuuoiiuaiioa 01 suai ana -i.J. oaarina- intereit
at tba rat of 7 per cent per annum, Inwrett
payable Mml annually at a bank to be ultoied
by the purchaser of Ihe bond. The bonds to
fuP with an option of 10 years . All
bids t be accompanied br a cbrtk equal to 4
111 II . u .iTumn.nl. a .hih aa.isI I,. .
per cent f amount offered, said amouut to be
erceutui amount oaerea, laio amouut to be
forfeited to tee filtv In caie uf rallnretotneat
... ....... .
I ,1. Ilnll.IIlnn. HiAtlM IWtm I : m m nmr.lmM
bidders. The elty rewrvea tbe right to reject
soy or all bids, For further Information ed.
d'tM A, Fcrfusen, City Recorder, Ada mi,
Hiuiiimvunuifu raiurniMi ii mm avara
Goxl aud Pure
At pricw as low as the lowest.
3J6 COURT ST.
The Oregon Dally Journal can be
found on sale at Frazler's book store,
1 1 S . JJ Sil . L Bj
nlu'lit. I'mmnturlir. wnlnu it not cntsckou itioiM
TraiKiicucy. WriliB&NH cluunw;i tbe 11 tea
Tbo rwinon aufforera (tra not cured by doctor
6 . tKW
A GROUP OF BEAUTIES.
The showing of ladles' watches is
more than usually Interesting, Wo
have added a largo number of now
designs nnd now styles to our al
ready large assortment. Whero thcro
Is so much beauty nnd merit a choice
may bo dlfllcult, hut prices will help
to n selection.
LADIES WATCHES from $5 up
warranted movement In reliable 29
year ense, $15.00,
Jeweler and Optician
"WHAT HAPPENED TO IT?"
Oh, the old story. Horso shied
bolted, rattlety hang smash!
You see t.io result. Kix It up, old
man, mo nest you enn and ns nulcK
ly as you rnn." Our friend hnd his
wagon back In short order, stnunch
solid, not n weak snot In It nnd
look!" " gorLw." Ui,oUow
'''H examplo when In llko trotlblo
our Winona wagons,
lmckH n" y
oind hubs, run enny, miulo from air
ilH(wl (iniLpr nml wurrnntnil tt hn uii.
" ''"-' Wo have
. 1111:111 in nuiui.
N EAGLE BROS.
Big Brick Blacksmith Shop.
Well ventilated, neat nnd com
foriablo rooms, good beds, liar
In connection, whoro best
goods aro Bcrved.
jMnln streot, center of block,
between Alta mid Vgbb
F. X. SCHEMPP
GOOD DRY WOOD
I have good sound wood
which is delivered at
W. C. M1NNIS
Leave orders at Neuinan's
WHEN YOU WANT
I manufacture every stylo on any
mounting and carry a romplete utock
of Pads, Inks, Hacks, Daters, Rubber
Type, etc. HKAI.8, 8TKNCII.8, Trade
Cliecjis, Door Plates.
Write me wliat you want. I can
please you by return mall.
WESLEY ANDREWS, Uaker City, Or.
IS THE CHEAPEST
Hoar UiIh in mind when you
need poultry and stock supplies
and ask for tlio International
Poultry and Stock Kood. Uso
Kow Kuro for your cow trou
bles. C. F. Colesvvorfhy
127129 East Alta St.
Agent for Lee's Lice Killer.
Walter's Flouring Mills
Capacity, ICO barrels a day
Flour exchanged for wheat.
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed
VAN DRAN BROS., PROPRIETORS.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good at any.
Tlio Hotel l'ondlotim lins Just boon
rollttod nnd rofurnlxlKMl tliroiiRliout.
'I'lumo mid llro nliirm connections
Willi nil rooittH. Ilatbs In suites and
Headquarters for traveling Men
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2.00and $2.50
Special rates by week or month.
Prompt ninliiR Itoom Service.
Bar and Billiard Room In Connection
Only Three Blocks From Depot.
GEO. DARVEAU, PROPRIETOR.
Kiimpcnn plan. Everything llrt
cIiihm. At'cominodnlloiiH tlio best. All
modern conveniences. Steam boat
throiiKlioiit. Uiic, new samplo
rooms. The Hotel St. (loom) Is pro-
uoiinccdonu of the most modem and
model hotels of Oregon.
ROOMS 50c to $1.50.
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB 8T8.
Block and a7 halt from depot.
(Formerly Guidon llulo.)
Itemodeled und refurnlshod through
out Everything neat, clean and up.
ti'dute, Hteum heat and electric
IIkIiIh, Host cuisine. Prompt sorvlco.
H. E. BICKERS, PROPRIETOR.
American nlan. 1.1 tier day and UDWard.
Ilradquartere fur lourlals and commervtsl
traveler. Upeclal rate made to fam.
Ire and single nentlemeo. Th manac.
ment will be pleased at all tlmra to akoer
room aud give price. A modern Turk
ish bath establlslimrut In the botel.
II. C. IIOWIIIIH, itansger.
DR. C. GEE 10
Till wonJwrful Cbt
.tent doctor la Cftlltfl
grfut bvCMUMi h cureii
lfople wlttioiit oiwrtt
tlou that arw given up
to die. Il curva wtlb
tlioti wuuderful C'bl
barka naU vmutableu
tbut ar eotlrt-ly un
kliowu to inedliral acl
v.K'tlii (Utm-ountry, Through tb haorthoa
liuriiilfw. lfiimllcti ttiU fumoua doctor know
lite notion of or &O0dtrVrnt rinfdle, vthk'U
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