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About Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 188?-1910 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1905)
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SIITOj: A.VI 1'KOritIETOK.
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Si)S prtieT s rttitved at tho lUndoti post
tift:c as Second-class Matter.
THURSDAY, JUDY so, 1S0.:.
Child Not KxpvcttMl to Mi from One Hour
to Another, hut CiiiimI hy Climitberliilii'tt
Collr, Cholera and Diarrhoea. ICvliictly.
Jiuthj tlta littlo clntiyhtor of E. N.
Dewey, of Aguowvillo, Va.. was seri
ously ill of cLoloru iufautuin Inst
suminor. 'Yu jjavo her up ami did
not expect her to live from one hour
to another," ho says. "1 happened to
think of Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera
ami Diarhoca llemeily, and fot a hot
tlo of it from tho store. In livo hours
I saw a change for tho hotter. Wo
kept on giving it nnd before she had
taken the half of oue small bottle, alio
was well." This romedy is for sale
by C. Y. Lowe, Druggist.
Coqjiiiit ESivor Improvements
The wave of ivfi:malion still
sweeps onwnrd. ami is now turning
its net around Chauncey Depow, c f
Snlcon riven Away.
ti rant's Pas?. Or., July 14. Vo.-r-i-bly
for th tirst t.mo tho law plncvd
on On-gi.u's statr.tt' book- a few years
ago forbidding the ttablij-haient of a
.-jiJoon within one iile of the adit
jnniie of a working mine anywhere
: the sl.-.le. without tho cov.sont of
the mhieowner, has been made use of.
Such a s.-.I.'on was doing business at
I'facer, a irarup 1-ieated ne;r Cir.v?n
lmck. Northern Joophme. Tho tem
perance women of the camp wore ap
prised of she law, and by petition to
tho County Court had the saloon re
JSVn SU-r Ponlm.
"I knew no r.no for four weeks
when 1 was f-iek with typhoid and
kidney t row Me." writes Mrs. Annie
Hr.u;or. of Pittsburg. Pa., "and when
I -;t belter, p.! though I had one of
the lest doctors 1 eor.l 1 get. I was
!ei dotil.lo nd had to rot-t my hands
on ihv kut's when 1 walktM. rr-.v.n
Uy Electric 33i;ters. whicii restored
my hfhhh and. strength, and now I
can walk iu. trtight :is ever. They
are situ ply woiulerfni." Cluaranteed
to cure Stomach. Liver and Kidney
disorders. At Lowe's Drug Store.
Home Circle Column
Crude ThouhtK Ah Tlu-y Full From Tho
Ktlltoriul Ten. IMuiixuut Kvonin?; Kv
orli'S. A Column Dodlcntid to Tlrrtl
Motlit'tn as They Join Thu lloiuu Clrclr
at Fveniii Title.
The following is taken from Major
. C. Langtitt's report, showing river
and harbor work done in Oregon dis
trict: Tho expenditures on tho original
and modified projects to June HO,
10U5. on the Cuquiilo 1 liver, amount
to $H)..)S7.21. of which the sum of
?2..7.).).77 was for maintenance. The
expenditures during t ho lineal cnr
have been for repairs and mainten
ance of tiie plant; in making part
payment for tho construction of aj
tugboat; in making a survey at the
month of tho river, ami in preparing
specifications, etc. in connection with
resumption of work under contract
for extension of the north jftty with
funds appropriated hy act of March j
3. 190.3. The maximum tlraft that can
be carried across the bar at low l:d
as shown by the survey of June, i
about S feet. The average daily ni'ig'
of the tide is about 1.2 feet Xo work
is contemplated after completion oS"
the north jetty to the projected length
f 1.170 feet, which H to be done with
available funds, and no further fun !
are required at pre-ent. Tho total
expenditures to date on the original
and modified projects have resulted
in completing tho south j-tty through-
GOOI) IIYK, OLD HOUSH.
Good bye, old hmiso; tho hurry nnd the
Smothered till now all thought of leaving
lint tho Inst load has gone, and I've a mo
ment All by myself, to sny a last ndien.
Good bye, old house! 1 shall not soon forget
Tho witness of so much oventful time
And walls ;havo ears, they Bay; 1 beg yon
Each secret that you have heard of mino.
Strango facea will come in and gaze upon
Irreverent nnd careless of each spot
That held in sacred keeping household
Ah, well, you nerd not mind it mutters
They'll wonder why that nail was driven
In reach of Freddy's hand at Christmas
That he might hang, himself, his littlo
That notch marked Willie's height when
ho was nine.
These marks that I have not the heart to
Johnny put there before ho went awav.
Wishing, meanwhile, that he might make
them don IV e.
Thy meant shy days he hud at home to
Dear child! u was that corner he ld hi ccftin
When trouble, toil and pain for h:m were
And in Unit comer, too, I have knelt daily
Miiviiig to find tin- way he hn won.
'Twns in that cmier Margate! wa-s married,
Afd tlm white pt np.'ti the snn.-ky wall,
Is where her pit tore Lutig tlur-e throe nai.s
FT, ?- r. 2
Heliograph signals are now being
flashed from tho snow lino of Mt.
Hood to a station near tho Govern
ment buildings on tho Lewis nnd
Clark Exposition grounds, seventy
miles distant. Mt. Hood appear- o
bo but threo or four miles avay. A
Bqund of t'nited States troops, in com
mand of a lieutenant, has established
a signal station near the summit of tho
jrnnd old peak, and tho exposition is
in daily communication with tho
mountain. Several parties of adven
turous people will climb to tho sum
mit of Mt. Hoed daring tho summer,
as a sort of side trip ftom Portland,
tho Exposition city.
CLARENCE Y. LOWE,
Is jast in receipt of a new and
fresh stock of
Drugs and Chemicals,
Patont. and Proprietary Preparations
PunruMcs, Bkusiies, Sponges, So.vrs
Nuts and Candies.
CIjjui-s, TobarroK ami Cfirnrcttrn.
Paints. Oils. Glasses, and Pu inter's Supplied
You Can't Expect to Get
$2 worth for $1, but you
can get your money's
Dealer in Boots and Shoe
Itepairing neatly and promptly done at
lowest living prices.
V;E CAiS CURE YOU
.tre urten to In, lit lit-r j?tc., at.tl senri, s. , ? . iri. mip1.i-.iii. r-tahiNiu , uwn
And eld hiii-e. yon hnw fur every blem
ish A ttr:ute. peculiar r.iory of y.-ttr uwn :
A- our 1. ilies do when we htr.e U-f - them.
Aj:.1 puwi.rle.-s alike to utaky it knowa
iiar. i'vi v rrl llu iis.ims .ojii ju- :iv..- t.-u
virl!! Kalr. S' I.ill-. '.'!. Ikcccmnii'iiiliil t ilin.i
l.uis. t'dUfntor liTKni;i Mini u-ihi1ii:i1ip citj 1.t.
"ilii liilltlUto: n V.'cli'.n UrnixliKt I'ortiuliil wit n
n wr lai k-c ! ;u-ii in ntt-ii(l.u:cc turn at !
voDifU irirNRii Mlla'i.!'. ten t.iflxiy. Jlniivhm i
lion cuiol In l n Lut to lx w f k. I- t!rj
tttiittutinllv re- :iifil Wnlcl. ln roitliimtotiiVioln r
IJiti. Will" i.c ft f'M.IU until tJ'Uii.t tt. A
POSITIVE. A JSOI.UTi; CURE GUARANTEED.
i Wrltt at owIn ;atti.-ill:r.nili:riii. It 01: nuT.tl' n
thli. iiafr unit MvMfc In Mni"H. to c r tm.i'.
I will x-wl mu .-ar rilh tutinl. 'Mi iaf- l"K.k. 11
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:litetion 1 :it tese.ieii: 1 J . , . A,i,in vjli.iam t. lewib i
! n'..i.,mPiir.untnilvn Aacnrinto Prlnrltvil
he! S. W Ci ISrhnndRaleich Slreeta I
; Koto No pni.tls niV l'tcU ut l'ortlul after Svpt. 1st. J
Fifty Iorrotes of the bead-hunting
THbe '.vill reach Portland, Oregon.
about the lt of August, whore they
' hnild a village of their native
bats and become ts feature of the
Lewis and Clark Exposition. They
eome b' c nsi-ut of the United States
govern me ut.
Son.ebcly Las unearthed fron: the
Sh'S of the Sdrutiic American this
little item. cf present in'ieM, which
was j.rit.teu ni the issue of September
ii. 1S6'3: "lu cutting some timber in
Orr.cLa, a few days since, a bnliet was
fonn-i inib-d.Vd m tin- trunk of a
iwh c-lm. The grains which had
(ivcrov.n it fhow that it must have
Ih-ch dp.silol there ily-two years
nv. n time uhon tho couutry had not
vol 1hmi vit-itttl by any while men.
except iWexphivri. Le..isauil Clark.''
The skull aul horns of a. Rocky
Mountain ahep.nere found some time
a;0. by an Idaho man. firmly im
feeJrietf twenty feet i:ow the ground
iu tltH trunk of a larg; tree. The
section containiuif tiif curioity ha
b-'cit takn to the Lvi-f and Clark
Jixpofcitmn. whro it is attracting
nsuch Rt;rtion. It is pre-umed that
v.Ijwi the tree was a supling the sheep
gK entngled in its hranchos and
tiUfth As tho sapling gn-w into a tree,
the sheep was lifted heavenward and
ijs :-kuli and horns became imbodded
in the trunk.
4 1 liulliir Savi n KirrMMitn Trii Dollar
Th average man does not save to
exceed ten per cent of his earning.-
Ha mnst'spt'inl nine dollars in living
expenses for every dollar saved. That
being the ease he cannot be too care
f.l about uunicessary expenses.
Wry often a few cents properly in-
vet-tKl. like buying seeds for his g;tr
den. will save several dollars outlay
later on. It is tho same in buying
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
JJiarrltoen Jiernedy, It costs but a
few cents, and a bottle of it in the
house often saves a doctor's bill of
several dollars. For sale by C. Y
in roustructi: g about 106.1 feet of the
north jetty, and in tvmoing some of
tho obstructing snags in tho liver
channel between Coqnillo and My rile
Point. The work so far done has iv-r-ulted
in closing up the dangerous old
channel at the mouth of the river, and
opening up a new channel straight
out to sea, with a controlling bar
depth ranging from 0 lo 9 feet at
mean low tide. The river and ocean
fjrm the only practicable means of
t ranrn-kJiiyuj Myrtle Point, l'l
miles (loanille City, is the bend
.f navigation for bgiTT rfr.rt. bouts.
Tho estim ited valuo -f merrhandi.-o
handled on this waterway "luring the
vear 1901 is $l.:tt2.03S.
A StirprUo I'aity.
'PI. ! fflii'i.N T'.'.i ten .i.l.i.-. rroi.i
p.ith, I jness.
Une mote walk through the roiMii-, !.! how
llo.v sirasii. and lonely is tlieir emptitiesi!
The werd orphan is one oT tho stid
tlest in human language.
A r 'S
I i'-r :;.inlnn.
.tuthdr.ty The W.-Kty j
Smilesshr.nld bethe loKal tenderin .3 fp Can Q0 PGf YOU fSl by huyJas
ry family for the navmeut of ail I ldkM4 reliable, honest.
jbfefciS- high grade sew-
ev.-ry tamtly tor tue pay
debts of kindness, and each member
should bo willing to take this curren
cy at its face value.
We do not need tin introduction t
a groat m iu to feel his greatness. If
yon meet a eho rfnl man on tho street
on a cold day, yon seem to feel the
mercury riso several degrees.
A right act strikes a chord that ex-
A ph-aant surprise party may be j en.s through tho uuiverse, touche?
1 ii" 1
giveu to your sioniaeu nninvor, oy
tking a mydicino tvhich will relieve
atheir pain and discomfort, viz: Dr.
King's .New Life Pills. They ate a
most wonderful rouifld.fTon:ing-nre
lelief and cure fer headache, dizzi
ness and constipation. 'Jojts at Lowe's
'l in- l;i:iiiiiinil Cure;,
The latest news from Paris, is. that
they have discovered a diamond curt!
for consumption. If yon fear con
sumption or pneumonia, it will, how
ever, bo best for you to take that
great remedy mentioned by V. T.
McCiee. of Vanleer, Tenn. "I had a
cough for fourteen years. Nothing
helped me until 1 look Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption.
Coughs and Colds, which gave in
stant relief and effected a permanent
cure." Unequalled quick cure fot
Throat and Lung Troubles. At
Lo'.vo's Drug St jre. Price 50c ts and
Trial tot tie free.
A Valuable Book,
One of tho most valuable books
that has been offered to tho public
The American Family Educator.
This bKk is a fund of knowledge
that will interest the whole house
hold, and should bo tho companion
of all persons in thoir leisure mo
ments. If its advice is sought and
followed it will prove a source of pro
lit as well as pleasure
.Sold only by J. J. Enwums, Aot.
MKN AN' I) WO.YIKN in this and adjnitt
iiit eititifS for hmie or travelinu work,
rcprentiiiu mm! iidvfrti-liii; tie Whli"snk
tuid KtMicrtii'itial l)i (utrtii cuts of an old es-liibli-lied
ManiifiictnritiL! Hons,.. Snhev
5"jMI tx'r tlav with x-nM"J ml va tired. jjr
Ii 1 iti ti ticti tuT-rv: i'iti.iti jurnm-
aent; i-iro)oi'i,!ic!iitiit,i'ii Adiri-, Itluw
)5fcJiuHr Cn.. Lioi'ie Dftt . fiiN4;t. HI
The Fourth of July attendance at
the Lewis and Clark Exposition was
5o70S. This is at least .50 per cent
more than tho most sanguine of the
ofiieials expected. It beats the Fourth
of July attendance at the Omaha Fa
pesition by nearly 10,000, and is !,
l.'U higle-r ban the attc-ndance on
the opeuii-g day at Portland, June 1.
Up to Pdy-l, halt? a million tidmis
i"Ils irul been recorded in the thirty
four days of tho big fair This aggre
gate is far above, expectations. The
attendance is increasing daily, and till
indications point to a total that will
break every exposition record, consid
ering tho neighboring population.
The Fair will run until Oct. 15.
X-Ray Gas Generator.
The Woaclerfnl Light of
The Twentieth Century.
On an ordinary lamp this attach
ment will increase your light to at
least double the capacity of tint ordi
nary burner. This is a lato and most
popular invention, and does away
with smoking chimneys, and require.",
no cleaning or trimming of the wick
Call and Investigate It.
I Sole A guiit for H.'unJon anil Vicinity.
all moral iutsj'.ligence. visits every
world vibrates along its whole ex
tou. and convoys its vibrations to I he
verv oo.'Om ot .roil.
wkc:; v rKK soanv say s j.
Whn y in'v. ben cross tmd rude,
doii'l let fal-o pride stnnd in tho way
of as'-.ing forgivi-ne-s.
It isn't always ea-y to say "T.mi
sorry;" in fact. sometimes it's deeper
ately hard; but once you've said ii
you'll feel s) m K'h h ippir Ih'U it's j
really w irt'n t ho sarilici! to your ft;o!
ih pri lo. Tn 1 uig'r yu wait tht
Innler it will be to s-iy it: th angry
feelings will grow like a snowball,
until what has merely been a slight
giiuvauco assumes the proiortions of
n real e-lrangeunnt.
TSien is r.o fault so hard to over
eomo a the ha-ty temper. Wo may
make any number of good resold: ions
and thn th: iirst time we have any
provoalion, away we go, without an
instant's warninir, and before wo re
alize what wo are iloing. tie unkind
words have been spoken, and no mat
tor how mueh regret we feel, they can
not be ttus'iid.
Tiie stiange thing about, it is thai
we so often hurt tiio peopln we lov
the best. Even when ' beg forgive
ness ihouirh wo lo-al the hurt, wturan-
not do away with tho scar.
As a rule the people who tiro quit k
to give oll'.'noo are equally quick in
taking it. Thur feelings tiro equally
hurt, and they go about with tin4 pro
verbial chip so lightly balanced on
their shoulders, that some one is sure
Two I'MiM't-t fr tin Prlfo of (lr.c. Yon
Get (lie New of the World ami
tin; I. oral New-i Thrown
in n- it It'ficain.
To 1 hote who pay np aireatajje-: and a
Viir ;n tuivatico, atul to ail te-w s'lhseri-li.i-i
v.iio iay iti ailvnnet'. mtt!;o : he
tillovcii:y ;ritsition eoinprisittu Sf veral
tluf-rrnt ei..:p!i ts to select froiti:
I't.icr ' i- 5't i:z.:ciTis:; ri:u Vkar.
Uanixx Ji'rr..r.u:n $2 00
S 01 l'iaa-i -e Huilfin I" SO
1'orilai.tl I.v. ui'.c Tfierani e 00
Weekly ( in 1 ZO
. ivsi to Ki t'.-i.n f.O
Ti e I, d't'in is one .f the leadinc pa,H
.if the Wi-t, u:d is 1 daily pi:hli-hetl in Snn
yJ h's nachiae,
National Sewing fvlachinc Co.,
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL,
FACTORY AT BELVIUCRE. ILL.
1 v c: 1
Agates Grou::d, Polished and
FraneiMM. xv s all the news
ineltalts the re.i,. . r.nMeti::.
lli-conlf-r ;ii.l l.r.ll. iin. one year.. S7 00
Kt cottler ai.tl Mi.il. tin, one month Ti
The Portland Kve-tino Teleyratti is t.M:e
?ix tiiiU' a w !. It ive- all the new-; thai
is .voi tli r?nl:ii atul np to time of yoin' le
firh .1 i: l-ii)e2t hours fi (-!i.. r thai.
'nen it r. :. i.e-: la-re tlminh any oiler
lierd.-r Jrd 1. ! rrrnttt 0:10 v. nr. c." .VI
.ii'n l lis w the .N.-rtUxv. ami iiivw
'!! tieWft timi.;I!v JMtttain it it. a vek!y
Uee..r?,r ji.uJ WVeklv ()r.-ir.ian..S AO
It i the ttiiv of e eh tfrs.o: r- jft-k irs
formal ion nloro all lines thil tcint tuwanl
'rlnfit'i! 'ttnttt if't?. ronilifci(M!ianl uo
:ir.iptritv H-r the htjinan innstiy. atul f..
the p'.rp.)e f : i.iiit" our rentiers a citniK'.c
to mf.-rin I la-revives w yivw litem t!;- l-st
ppf.-l to !N n t. Any tlortrhn that
lot-s not appeo to the hiihtst- orUr of rva
xoiiir.j; is not fe.
Ket'onler ami Appeal to Moaon... $1' tltl
to order; or any other work in my
line will be done in v. neat and st:iis (
factory manner, at a reasonable price.
Call ami re tt'v new lino of jewelry enn
Mstitio of St t'l.is, lint I'itts, Sash l'ins,
l.r.dj '9 W iit S. rs. Pr.Kahe, llracclcts. Caff
am! tlotlir Ittttwn.s. Chains, Charms, ami
ilhse.s. wl.ich ha j:-.: arrived.
Ail Y'.U'i: i;K'H.
V ;.i ru::.r... .- ...tl Jeweler.
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.-itf i ' hi s1 r t
j .5 y&U"
ii i.S -
-. J -j.- i tTi-'a j;
.'7'T.CU I'rtcc I
to knock it ofl' either intentionally or
Half tho ill-feeling in tho world
could be smoothed otit by n few
words of explanation, but tf, on the
one sido thn offender will not say,
"Have I done tiny thing wrong? If so
'm sorry, tho breach will go on wid
ening until it is irreparable.
If wo ciniiot control our too hasty
tongues, wo can at 1-ast say we are
sorry, and so save ourselves untold
misery and sorrow.
Never let n griovanco stand over
night; belter sacrifice your pride than
your peace of mind.
Never mind how much of nstrnggln
it is, when you're sorry, say so, and
"let not the sun go down upon your
Fob S.vi.15. Corner lot with email hnnit
and nntlinihlini's; lot. lLrix4f feet; Kitnated
on IrU Street near Hroomhandle Factory.
I'rice S'JOO. Kn quire at tins oftico. Al:io
threo lots in Cartwripht Addjtjou.
..Mine 1 .Marshfiold vs Mandon
.tunc 1 1 Tfjtr; tittle vs "
June 'J" N'..rlh Immhi vs "
July HI .Mar-h!ieli! vs
Julv .';.(..'!;!( vs '
v.-i C -X tt!i Mend vs
'it 7.Mat:.fi. Id vs
l ... . .. ..1 . :
ri'iii ..v i(;ii!iie v.s
Set i7--Nor;h Mend vu "
At Co piillo
May 'Jl llantlon vh Coqnillo
June I Not th Mend vs "
June .Mardilield vd "
Inlv L' Mando:: vs "
July Kl-Xotth Hnnil vs u fi
AiiK 'I -Marshfield vs " J
Ant: KJ Hantlon vs "
Any -7 North He ml vs "
Sept 17 Marsldiold vs "
At North Ilond
May 'Jl-Mir-.lif,t ld vs North Head
May S Kamlon vs "
June IS Coqnillt; vs "
July ' Mandoti vs "
Jiily.'Ii-.Mar.-hlidd vs "
July III C.iqnillu vs ,l
Aim "0 Hamloa vs "
S-pt:i Mar-hti.ild vs "
Sept 10 Coqnillo vs "
May 2S Coqnillo vs Marshfield
Jnno 11 North Heml vs "
June IS Handun vs "
July 2 North Itoml v.n "
July !) Coqnillo vs "
July III Handon vs "
Ahk K5 North Hond vs "
Auc -0 Coqnillo ys "
Sept 10 Handoii vs "
."cvcr fails, liny it now. It may save lite.
f co Trial. 1
3 6urt l.i.csi Cure for nil p
i'HlvOAl' t:..;i. THOU 11- U
P. Q. KOYT, Pron.
I.o-:ite.I in KIj IMJKVDO HUIIiDING.
Klit .Street. ltAMt)N. OKKCON
S1IAV1NC. SlIAMt'UOINCt AND HAIlt
CUTTINC- AT STAN DAK D PKICES.
Katltroom newly fitted np with 1'orcelufn
Tab. Hot or Colli HatliM centw
The City Meat Market,
We Have the Variety of Stock
Uccf, Pork. Veal, Mnttnn. Lamb, Jlolognn and Pork Sansace, Preyed L'eefi Heaa
Cheese, Corned Hcuf, Pickli-d P-rk. Kgcs, 'ettahlcs and litiUer.
Call u:t us and p.et onr prices bofore htiytny elsf.vheni.
We are not like the Hind Wheels
of a waqon. nlwnys followiec in the same rut. We are pushers, striving for a Inreor
business, and we 2ft th rc by keepin
TIa Best Meat in tla LslucI
nnd Helling nt the very lowest prices.
We are horo to please and here to stay.
Yours to serve,
J. Waldvogel & Son, Props.
The Newly Refitted, Speedy and Elegant Steamer
Will give n regular ten day Service between CrqniIlo Itiver. Oregon, aud San Francisco,
California, for both passcugors nnd freight.
CAPT. M. MA RUN.
E. DYEIt. Agent, Jlandoii. Oregon.
S WAYNE it IIOYT, Agent, 228 llattery Street, San Francisco. California. .
II A IK CUT,
J. I. Ti'PPKR, Proprietor.
This well-known hotel is now under new and coui
jtetit Ejamigeiueut and has been thoroughly ren
ovatPtl throughout The table service is equal to
any in Southern Oregon. Scnplo rooms for com
uieVcial men. Bagtiyo transported to and from
boats and trains free of charge.
I'iue new bar in connection with the hotel.
The New, Elegantly Fitted, and Speedy Steamer
0. P. JENSEN, Master-
ihis Stiatsier i" ?Cev. is Ftmn5v biti't. ard Ctrd vitl- the Intfst improvements, and wfj
give a leL'.tJnr 1;
t-i tvice. fi r p- r-rVZ- ".r.u m-'il r. between the
nrn.r.il tun bjuuvsco. tatti.
n.rr i:t D-.i.sr,
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if,tJ. i.t ih:i. tJiift
T I r t.1 Sfi--tSe'i Fr -acweo. California.
III OF ALL MMMEI? S
CURES RHimiAT?5:r1 AlnD ALL FAIN
!KUKAUCta, S?atN3. CUTS. DRyiS K3. BUJtWS. SCALBS.
ILO SO5t, CRICX t CACK, CACKaCHC, LUMRASO.
.TIFF JOiHTS, OCOTKACTrd KMSCCL3. SPnCIMIO
ItSCLS, COnS ItUSKSn'S SP.AI"fSO WHISTS. PROSTCD
:iA.S5. -f.O ALL !nlrLrf!UATiJ.': Cf tSAB OS U3AST.
"I va3 tr.t:s:h nfnictetT vrlth rheurrsalisin, TvriteJ
Ed.C. Kud, Io-.vavillc, Sclg:ckCo.,Kan?as,"goh:g
ttboat on crutches aul suuerl". a fcreat deal ot pain.
I was induced to try Ballard' St:or Liniment, which
cured me, after us:r. three &'c bottles. ITISTHU
GREATEST LINIMENT I l.VKK. USED; have rec
ommended it to a number of persons, all express
themselves ns Iieinfi boneGted by it. I now walk
without crutches, and cm able to perform a great
deal of light labor c.n the fziui."
THRE SIXES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00
BALLARD SNOW L2 N 2 fVi SMT CO
ST. LOUIS. U. S, A.
SOLD AND RECQIS.YAZMDED BY
C. Y. LOWE.
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BO YOU NEED ANY HARD-WARE?
We aro Ftill doiau bnsincfw at The Old
Stand nnd can tlenc voa. Give ns a Call
and examine our
AnTono fendlnB a nfcetch and docrlptton may
quickly ascertain our opinion freo whethw aa
invention is probably pntcntnblo. Commnnlea
tlDiiHRtrlctlyconiltlcntlnl. HANDBOOK onPatoaU
eetafroo. oldest neency for nocurlngpatenu.
Patents taken tnrouch Munn & Co. receive
tpccltil notice, without chnree, In tho
If You Do
Stoves, Ranges and Farm Implements, Etc,
Now is tho time to purchaso Hani ware. The uailer&igned has
in stock a iarjje assortment of
Hardware, Tinware, Graniteware,
Glassware, Crockery and Miners' Supplies.
S'aints, Oil.. Doors ami Windows.
TLSSIIOP IN CUNN'ECTION.
The Bandon Hardware ManA
A li.mil3omolr lllnstratcd weekly. T.arirost clr
cul tiou of nay Hrioatttlc Jnurual. Tvrtna. 1 3 a
rear: four months. L tioM brail newsdealer.
MUNN Co.3C1Broadway' Hew York
Urancn Ottlco. (B5 V 8L, WashlDBton. V. C.
t your Ideas: they may bring you Trealth. stated above.
JQHS VEDDtTr-BURN & CO.. Patent Attor. natid ut Iti
Vasbtwnca. O. C. for thctr Sl.euo prise ozr i'attu ai in
UCJf Jt iiuauuiA.!., W. .J . . l . . A , .w film
'.cci list vi ih o nuLaroa iutuuiiquh waniea.
Not top is hereby eiven In r.ll rwrnons not
to trespnm npon the pre initse of Dr.Kt-nyon.
situated between Floras Lake antl the comi
ty road, in Northern Curry, hy removing.
cut tine or destmyinc timber upon said
in...t i'tr. ..,-. , i .;n t.r. i r... :..f..
or some iuddIg. : . - . . . . . . r ,
thing to patent? i tl()" leading to a conviction of trenjiasH an
undon. Orcriun. March 1 1. 1101.
PEi'Klt NEhSON, A-;ent.
THOMAS WHITE, Master
Leaves Haiuloti every morning, except
Sunday, nt 7:.t0 o'clock and makes conuec-
Hons with the train and steamer Myrl at
10.-:0 a. in. at Coqnillo City.
Le.it-s C'jnille Citv at I'J.-riO p m., arriv.
it: at Uttudou at,4;.50 t. in.