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QffFelotes that I
T ^ ' v c r i i’* some time i
J. R. 8IT K 8, M . D.,
A.—-At tho school
J « uvtL^seU 3 n the cow- ¡
A*JTT the S
-'f U'ion was that
ball or some empty
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON
Q.— What 1»
y * ¿1 W ” „as driving in . . ouggy aud fell
A .—A gathering writ ^
His horse, in crossing the
8 Y K 5 P T O K ia o r A
sips sow fur the heathen ah!* ¿Oilall'
track, Btopped and w
! 0 r r ¡ C K ON SULL STREET, IN REA» OE HYDE'S
-Teaught by the train. The buggy
tjjrown down a deep declivity, l O M O fA B p C t its . B o w e l s c o « t —o. E n in in
Q.— What places have noon at the
t h e H o a d , w it h a d u l l e e c x t lc n in th a
but «be driver, rol’ ed up in his buf b a c k p a r t , P a m u n d o r th o H liou ld er
J. N. S M IT H , M . D.,
l a d e ,fu ll n e s s a ft e r ttTiirsg, w*’ h a d ls in -
A .—Factories . 'u n d
hourding falo robo, was caught by the cow b o lin
a tio n t o e x e r t io n c f b o d y c r m in d ,
catcher. The shock did not awaken I r r it a b ilit y o f t e m p e r , D o .v npirlte, w ith PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
lin g o f h a v in g n e g l e c t e d t o m e d u ty .
Q.—Where do we find the hottest him. On went the train. The sleep a W ftte
e a r in e s s , D ie z iu e ia , F lu t t e r in g at th e
D o ts b e fo r e t h e e y e s . Y e l l o w a k in ,
part of the earth?
er’s hat blew off during bis strange J eart,
e a d a c h o g e n e r a lly o v e r th e r ig h t ey e.
VFFICEON MILL STREET, NORTH OFCOl'RT
A.—In the same hous. with our ride, ho le mined in dream-land un
e stlessn oss, w it h f it f u l d r e a m s , h ig h ly
til the train pulled up at tho station. c o l o r e d U rin o , a n d
C O N S T IP A T IO N .
(¿■--When ’ aro the nights the It was night, and the man, when
D R . W . H . R U B E IX ,
T U T T ’ S P I L L S a r o onpet la lly a d a p t e d to
awakened, was puzzled to know
•p E N T I 8 T ,
A .— When you cannot sleep
wli&ie be came from or where be was o f f e e li n g us t o a s t o n is h t h o s u ffe r e r .
They In c r v t u u t h e A p p e t it e , and can*«» tho
Q — Is thero a plain in'your neigh going, and looked as if ho had some
body to T a lc « o n Flea»«, thus tin* system is
n o a r ls lie d . and by their 'k 'ottle Ai l l c n on the
doubts if he was the same man.
D ig e s t iv e O rga n a. Q t t e h i r ftiosils
A.— W c should think not by ths
d o n e r * f i r s t - c l a s s s t y l e .
duced. Price 25 ceuw. a.» y iu r r n y 1*0, ix. Y .
north o( J. D. Lee'. Whit. Brlek
A Office one door
‘ ‘ Boy, have you seen a young lady
ray ours is borrowed.
Q.— What disadvantage in having walking up and down hero as if
N. L. BUTLER.
JOHN J. DALT.
waiting for some one?” queried a
a bar at the entrance o f a harbor?
O b a y H a ir or W nistt rrs chanpred to a Qi.o*sr
A.— It would take away trndo from dapper young man of a boy on B lack bv a single application o f this D yk . It Im
D A L Y Sc B U T L E R ,
parts a uatural color, acts 1 nstantanemuJy. Sola
the saloons in port.
By Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of it.
A tto r n e y * -fit- L n w ,
O F F IC E , 35 H I ’ K B A Y S T ., N E W Y O R H .
Q.— What is a strait?
‘ •Yes, sir.”
Dr. TCTTH BAKCAL of VilnnMr i-iforoiali.. j .nd \
A.—-Five cards following in order ! “ Ah! bow long ago.”
L m IM) IU m I^U w UI bo nolloa MUCK um ap^licoU<«./ W ILL PROMPTLY ATTEND TO ALL LEGAL
buHinese entrusted to tiiein. Office on Mill
of denomination. (Hoyle.)
“ About ten minutes ago.”
Street, opposite Court House, Dallas.
Q.— Whore do v a l i d the largest | “ Too bad, by Jove! I guess I ’ve
23. J. D A W N E ,
and fiercest animals?
] migsed it.”
A.— At the meuagerie.
“ Aud it’s mighty lucky for you,”
R N E Y -A T -L A W
Q.— Where do we fiud the great- remarked the lad, “ for the old man
est D u m b e r of insects?
with her had a rawhide tucked up
and Notary Public.
A.—Out of town on a hot night. under his sleeve, and the girl kept
PECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COL
Q.— Into what races aro we di saying: Father, give him about
lecting and loaning money. Alwayn ,.rej ared
to loan from 4100 to 82,600
personal or real ea
fourteen extra cuts for my sake.”
tatc security. Office in Griawold'a building, opposite
"Yes, you bet you’ve missed it.”
A.— The Horse race, tho Boat race
the hank, Salem Ore*-«»".
and the human race.
J. H . T O W N S E N D .
Q.— How are the inhabitants of a
F r o m “ T h e T im «**/’
civilized country generally employed?
Editor of the Times: I bnvo been
ATTO RNEY-AT-LAW ,
A.— The men in working and the watching tho correspondence in your
paper for the past few weeks with much
women in shopping.
interest. Having been in the practice of
Q.— What is mining?.
FFICE ON MILL STREET, OPPOSITE THE
mediciue for many years, I have learned
A.— Finding out how much you to havo no confidence in tho many pro
O Court House. Collections made a specialty.
have been cheated.
prietary medicines which aro on the
E. R. S K IP W O R T H ,
Q .— Namo some substanoos uow market, nnd it was through the excellent
recommendation given by Dr. Bates, and
manufactured for food?
A T T O R N E Y — A T —L A W ,
A.--Oleomargarine nnd boarding the knowledge I had of his veracity and
ability ns a physician that ever led me to
.lay aside my 'long existing prejudice, to
Scientists now all admit that most dis-
Q.— What is commerce?
try the only wonderful remedy, named
A.— Soiling your noighbor goods “ Kendall’s Spavin Cure” which I fiud so eauses are caused by disordered Kidneys or
many of your readers have found to be
for three times their value.
kept in a oerfert condition , health will be
Q.— IVhat do merchants do with so valuable, Bheumatism has afflicted the result. W A R N E R 'S S A F E K I D Will practice in all the Court.!■ in the State.
for years, and with all the skill I
All business intrusted to him promptly attend
products of the surrounding country? mo
have professed to have in treating others N E Y A N D L I V E R C U R E
A.-—Gather them together and I found myself unable to do anything to
Office in O’Toole’s Block, Brood-Albin street.
Is made from a Simple Tropical Leaf
form a “ corner” in the market.
cure myself entirely. After suffering for
Q.— How are the commercial years the difficulty became located iu my
OF RAKE VALUE,
C. A. J01I
towns connected with tho towns of hip and nothing that I could do seemed And is a POSITIVE Remedy for the follow W. TRUITT.
to effect it until 1 began to use ‘ ‘ Kendall’ s
T R U IT T & J O H N S ,
Spavin Cure,” which has cured me com
A .— By “ drummer .,
pletely. In all my experience as a physi Pain in the Back; Severe Head
A tto r n e y s -a t - L avv,
Q .—What Is fishing?
cian I have never been able to make any
aches; Dizziness; Bloating;
A.— Sitting in a boat all day for compound which penetra.es so thorough
Inflamed Eyes; A Tired
nothing, and having to lie all the ly and works 3o odOii ably in removing
FFICE ON .MILL STREW, NORTH OF COI R
opening about whnLyou caught, aud old standing ailraen s, and at the same
tin e hardly produce any irritation of tho
what got aivny.— Detroit Free Press. skin. It has done such wonders with me
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G eo . W. B elt ,
M. L. P ip e s ,
that I have the utmost confidence in its
efficacy, and can recommend it with the Pains in the Lower Part of the
i*Ko:i! 3 rno\ is ka .\ sis .
N u n.
a liil o f bino,
with age; *
T he letters with never a pause .»or dot,
In a schoolboy’» hand are cast;
Tho linos and thi‘ curl I may hold to-day,
But the love o f tho boy is past.
on the silken curl
’ rlv kissed.
It faded awaj
Died out li!
And I look w
One night in the summer— so long ago—
We played by tho parlor d oor;
And the moonlight fell, like a silver veil
Spreading its?lf on the floor;*
And tho children ran on Ihegravclcd walk,
At play in their noisy glee;
But the maddest,the merriest fun,just then,
Was nothing to Johu and me.
F or he was a stately boy of twelve,
And I was uot quite eleven—
We thought as we sat by the parlor door
We had found the gate to lioaven.
That night when I lay on my snowy bed
Like many a foolish girl,
I kissed and held to my iittlo heart
This letter and silken curl.
I slept, and dreamed of the 'im o when I
Should wake to a fairy life;
And sleeping blushed when I thought that
Had called mo his little wife.
I have lovod slnco then with a wom an’s
Ilayo known all a womau’s bliss,
But never a dream of the after life
Was ever so sweet o~ th is.
T ho years we nt b with their ^jilyer feet,
Aud often I laughed with -M f*
At the vows we made by tbo*n*y*>r door,
When the xuoou and otaiaJO ^ed on.
A h!boyish vows are brokeiva.ijjf \*%r,
K And "a girl’s first drramttvill^nTl;
But I dearly loved his beautiful w ife*
W hile he was my bust aud’ s friend.
W hen last T wont to my c^ildlkood’ s home,
Far ove r ho bout ding wave,
friend, l o r the violets grow
Am! bloss omed o\ er his grave.
To-duv as I opened
Ami loo d on lb
Aiid rend of tho lov
W hen X as a litt
the old bine box,
s soft brown carl,
John felt for me
There ear to my k art a throb of pain,
moist with tears,
F or the riiii dish lo vo and tho dear, dead
fri«. ni ,
Aud the Umg lost buried years.
— Texas Siftings.
» M> IM KITING.
flo w liille e know of each other,
t hero awhile, nnd then part;
As uFe i'
How little wo know of the sorrows,
The p : or tho oy of each heart!
Onr hand oudiy c asp at tho greeting;
W c join tl ori agn n ero wo go,
ifr o v of ertch other,
Yet how 1It ,
m u y of Lifo hero below. „
Of th e r
Or L • ■
01 tin ll
Of tin >
e l.iHfV ot c.ich other—
t ou the way,
ini heart has struggled
omptor which leads it astray;
ingm, rt len'ings. and failings
\ry o n e . Un ".fling for right!
• w ns we pass them,
ht ni 1 in tuo fight.
1 ngtling throng!
urrieflly past ns;
'*•1 laughter, and
.Is deeply bidden
• vous and bright!
How iitlla^o aid ¡u to
How little we know of c¡ oh other,
In this Tonrnoy of ÎA1 * here below!
W e » O ft for a while, mu I then sever,
Yot clasp trembling hi ,uds ere wo go!
rting or heartache shall
i shall know ono anothor,
athor’ s dear children get
0 8 ’ ALL.
T U T T S
All fa le i
A «oft littl
ÍÑ C O U IK IU A T E I^
TU TT’S H M R D Y I;
confidence that the proprietors
Govornor-eloct Gliek, of Kansas, claim too much lor it. R esp e tir; y ,
J. R . P o b t k h TM. D .
asserts that prohibition is not a suc
Scranton, P a., Sept. 24, 1881.
cess iu that State^ a,id ho does not
believe it will be .1 He is reported as
H ucltlcM 's A r n ic a S a lv e .
The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts,
“ There is as much liquor drank in Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Shew n, Fever
Kansas to-day as thero ever was. Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
and all Skin Eruptions, and p osi
On election day sixteen large jugs Corns,
tively cures Piles. It is guaranteed to
wore taken from the train at a small | give perfect satisfaction or mo.fey re-
station, being .consigned to various I funded. Price, 25 cents per bo.^ F or
p a rties. Liquor is found iu the houses j sale by Jasper it. Miller,
of the rich and poor. Tho practice I
of drinking at. homo has become
quite prevalent m all clasr.es of soci
ety, and promises to work a great
injury. Yotingbcys sec their fathers
drink and in «imo will imitate their
The Chicago Tribune in a review
of the remits of prohibition in Kan
sas ns compared with thoso of high
license in Nebraska, says:
“ In Omaha, a city of about 30,000
inhabitants, tbo number of saloons
have been reduced from 150 to 90,
and the latter contribute $90,000 (in
T l t c M o s t S u c c e s s fu l« R e m o i y
(Uncovered, aa it is certain in its effects and duos
stead of $25,000, as formerly) for ever
not ».lister. READ l’ ROOF BELOW.
tho maintenance of schools, which
was previously levied upon the real
Saved Him 1,800 Dollars.
and personal property of that city.
A dams , N. Y., Jan. 30,1862.
The contrast between this system
D r . B. J. K kndall & Do , Gents:—Having used a
and the prohibition system is well good deal of your Kendall’s Spavin Cure with great
I thought I would let you know what it lias
illustrated by the condition of things success,
done for uie. Two years ago I had as speedy a colt as
in Topeka, Kansas, n city of 15,000 was ever raised in Jefferson County. When I was
him, he kicked over tho cross bar and got
inhabitants, or nbout one-half as breaking
fast and tore one of his hind legs nil to pieces. I em
large as Omaha. A gentleman who ploye-1 the best farriers, but they all said he wan
spoiled. He had a very large thorough-pin, and '
has recently returned from Kansas, used two bottles of your Kendall's Spavin Cure, and
it took the bunch entirely off, and ho sold afterwards
nnd who has given tho matter some for
81,800 (dollars). I have used it for bone spavins
study, reports that thero nre 170 und wind galls, nnd It has always cured completely
left the leg smooth.
saloons in Topekn which aro run and
~ I t is a splendid medicine for rheumatism. I have
without interference or restraint, al recommended it to a good many, ami they ail say it
tho work. I win in Witherington & Kneeland’s
though tho town is full of noisy does
drug store, in Adams, the other day ami saw a very
cranks of the St. Johu stripe of fine picture you sent them. 1 tried to buy it, but
could not. They said that if I would write to you
Thus a city that you would send me one. I wish you would, ami
do you all the good I can.
under a prohibition law, which I will Very
E. S. L yman .
doesn’t prohibit, with a population
of 15,(100 inhabitants, maintains From the Oneonta Press, N. Y.
near!}* twice as niauy saloons as a !
O nbonta , New York, January 6, 1881.
citv upli twice a s many inhabitants
Karl? hut uimtnrr limn. u . .». Kendall & Co., of
contract with the pub-
w h k iM » q « ir e d by State law to im- j
pose 9 M U l f lO of $ 1 , 0 0 0 . I n tho
ono j for one year, setting forth tho merits of Kendall s
* 1 ... Spavin Cure. At the same tiino we secured from the
CR36 tllO l^AV IS e n f o r c e d , a n d 111 tho flPm a quantity of hooka, entitled “ I)r. Kendall’s
other ceao it i8 not enforced. Thero ' Troati.se on the Horae and his Diseases, which we are
giving to advance paying subscribers to the Press as a
are m proportion four limes as many | premium,
About the time the advertisement fii-st appeared in
saloons in Topeka tinder the St. this
paper Mr. P. G. Schcvmerhorn, who resides nor.r
John prohibition law ns there are in Colliers, had a spavined horse. He read the odvur-
ti.:emcnt and concluded to test tho efficacy *n the
Omaha under the high license act, remedy,
although ids friends laughed at his cre»l ulity.
and also four tiraos as much drunk- I He bought a U tile *>f Kendall's Spavin Cure and
Body; Palpitation of the
B E L T & P IP E S ,
Heart; Jaundice; Grav
ATTORNEYS - AT-LAW,
el; Painful Urina
Independence and Dallas.
W ill practice in all the Courts of the State.
Fever; Fever and Ague;
h o m e
u t u a l
FIRE INSURANCE COMP
CAPITAL, Paid up in U. S. Hold Coin,
COIN ASSETS, December 31 , 18 S 0 ,
Incoine l’or ISSO,
Losses, pii id since organization,
Losses Paid In Oregon,
340.641.00 G R O ß
N O jj
0 e ,,ts’ Pum^
This leading and popular com pany offers superior
advantages to those desiring reliable indem nity against
loss and damage by fire, being solid in assets, conserva
tive in management, moderate in rates and prom pt and
liberal in the adjustment and p aym ent o f losses.
8 5 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 depositcil in Orogon for Ibe further socuiity o f j f
Tolicy Hoblers in Oregon, Washington and Idaho.
S f p f b v i s o r s o f O b e o o n B r a n c h — V. H. I.owis, of Allen & Lewis;
MoCraken, of McCraken & Co.; 1’ . Wasserman, of Wasserman & Co.;
Bankers, Ladd & Tilton.
GEO. L. STORY, Manager Oregon Branch
u fi l u l i ,,;
My irtock in nuw and a
D. D. BUSH, Special Agent.
mv 2 -
H. J. FERGUSON, Agent, In d ep en d en ce.
I am enabloJ to offer ■
I t. I I . B U O O K N . .S o l i c i t o r .
CASH PAID r o i j
CHAMPION F I T DRYER,
Remember tho pfeci J
your supplies at U m ^
D allas , fliegen. No«
D. N. BERNS.
At Independence, Polk County, Ogn.
L IV E R Y I
SOLE RIGHT FOR PGLK â BENTON COUNTIES.
a v i n g uf . centi |
Ituggios and Car
north end of town, and
Ruggititi and Teams, w«l
I ubile with
This Dryer is tho latest improvement in Fruit Dryers, having been Our stables aro flrst-cln
tont ami obliging
patented in August, 1881. It has tho largest capacity of any Fruit Dryer
ways ready I
sold at the price, and is the most easily aud economically operated of any
on the market. The fruit trays aro raised by an elovotor, operatod by a
G IV E THE NEW
lever at the bottom, and can bo put in or taken out without loss of tho
heated air, and without exposing tho fruit to a cold draft. It has also a
H . Mj
feature not possessed by any other dryer, to-wit: It. has reflectors at tho
Tt will control and regulate Menst.viiatinn. street between 3d and 4th.
and is an excellent and safe remedy for females
Diseases of women a specialty.
July 15 1881 l y
fore it goes to the fruit. This is a very important feature. 'T h ere dryers
As a B1 lood Purifier it is tmenu&led, for it
will bo built only on orders, and ordors should be sent in early, ini • jlpr to
cures the organs that make the blood. For
BOILS; CAHBUiCCLEF; SCROFULA;W HITE l l . W
PRENTICE & CO« | insure their being filled.
SW ELLIN G; HALT HHEUM; j IM1SON-
Tho dryer can bo seen at Mr. Paul Ililtebrand’s on Luckiamute, or at |
has on ^
ING BY * MERC UK Y O il AMY
Agents for the Celebrated
OTH ER DRUG,
Robert McLaughlin’s, H miles north of Buena Vista. M'o guarantee sat- j
It is certain in every case.
isfaction to any ono who will purchase a dryer. Orders can be sent to the Borough Cast
undersigned nt Independence, Polk County, Oregon. I indulge in no
P ain s in the Loins, and
boasting, hut am willing for all to see and examine for themselves.
all Sim ilar Diseases.
I ndependencf ., Oregon, January !19, 1882.
It is a safe, sure and quick Cure.
P ie t e r ,
It is the only known remedy that has cured
B R IG H T ’S D IS E A S E .
As a proof o f the purity and worth of this
Great Natural Rem edy, read the following
P L U S Y IB 1 I\IG ¿ G Â S
T im e !
A n d S te a m F itt in g .
C HEMI CA L A N A L Y S I S :
FORCE & LIFT PUMPS, BATHTUBS,
^SS* 8 owintf machia
Store under I tek
WAGON AND It
East Siilo ol Itali
IO ALL OF MY Oil-
lie in ircneiwl, I »ta
to do all kinds of wogoei’
workmanlike manner ni
prices. I have on hand*;
D allas , January 2, IS?
H K 8 R g o o d s ARI
rip ami ure the I
fererl. Call in at Vsn*
and examine these go«**
h U L U l-
S t i m i a Cu., IVntami, >Ume.
U U 0 | , f|j*
And all tbe diseases caused by the Kidneys, J. E. D avidson , M . D
T. J. L ee , M. D
Liver or Urinary Organa being out of order.
It is a SAFE and CERTAIN cure for all
Female dificulties, such an
P H Y S IC IA N S A N D SURGEONS,
LEUCOItRHOEA; INFLA M ATION OF
TH E WOMB; F A LLIN G OF THE
WOMB; ULCERATION THE
Office, one door south o f Reiss' hard
ware ctore. Residence on Monmouth
D.W. PRENTICE & CO.,
b u m p s,
CIGARS m j l
Hon<v Hio ilcnr oUl mother. Time
A . S. L A T T IM O R E , Ph. D ., L. L. D.,
ITUIE ONLY FIRST-CLASS FLIMIHNO FSTAIV I
h«a scattered tho nnowy ilnkon on
Professor o f Chemistry in the University of
A lishinent south of Portland, where you will Und I
N. Y ., knowing the popularity and
her brow, p lo w e d d e e p furrows on
W H A T FOR ?
merit of W arnkii ’ s S ake K i D nky and L ivi
her cheeks, but is she.not sweet and
C ure , after a thorough Chemical Analysis,
REST PIANO now manufactured. Prices as low and
beautiful now? Tbo lips are thin
has furnished the following statement:
terms as easy as consistent with thorough workman-
mid shrunken, but. those are the lips
U n iv e r k ii y op R ochester ,
Shower Baths, Sinks,
which lmvo kissed many a hot tear
Stationary Washtubs, all kinds of iron. Lead and X O B U Y H A R N E S S !
R ochester , N . Y ., Jah. 8., 1880.
Stone Pipes, Brass Goods and Fittings, Rubber Hose
from tha childish cheeks, and they
and Packing, Zinc, Sheet Lead, etc., etc.
Mr. H . H . W arner has placed in my pos-
are the sweetest lips in all the world.
L I T H E ll HYliKH,
sts.iion the formula o f the medicine manufac
Tbo eye n dim, yot it glow 3 with
tured and sold by him under the general des
S alem , August 11, 1882.
W H E R E ! W H O FROM ?
ignation o f W arner ’ s S ake K idney and L iv
the »»ft radiance of holy love which
er C uke . 1 have investigated his processes of
i W e will sell you any
can never fade. Ah, yes, she is a
manufacture, which are conducted with ex
doar old mother. The sands of life
I article for family or
treme care and according to the best methods.
I have also taken from !iis laboratory samples
are nearly run out, but feeble as she
personal use, in any
A SURE CURE GUARANTEED.
o f all the materials used in the preparation of
> farther and roach down
quantity, at wholesale
C . L . P IE R G E ,
this medicine, and upon critical examinatk
K. C. WESTS NERVE AND BRAIN TREAT
lower for yon than any other upon
I find them, as well as the medicine into which
price. N o matter what you want,
1 7 m ent, a speciiic for Hysteria, Dizziness, Convul
earth. You cannot walk into A initi-
they enter, to be entirely free from poisonous
sions, Nervous Headache, Mental Depression, Loss of
send for our Catalogue,/rrr— con
or deleterious subsaanqcs.
Memory, Spcrmatorhoea, lmpotency, Involuntary
nighi.where sho cannot see you;
emissions, premature old age, caused by over-oxcrtii
S- A . L A T T IM O R E .
tains over 1,9 00 illustrations.
you cannot enter n prison whose
self-abuse or over-indulgence, which
W e carry in stock the largest
This Remedy which has done such wonders,
decay ami death. One box will cure recent cases.
bars will keep her out; you can
Each box contains one m onth's treatment; one dollar
put up in the L A R G E S T S IZ E D B U TTLES
a box, or six boxes for five dollars; sent by mail pre
never mount a scafroM too high for
of any medicine upon the market, and is sold
paid on receipt o f price. We guarantee six boxes to
by Druggists and all dealers at & l . £ 5 per
her to reach that sho may kiss nnd
any case. With each order received by us for
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO cure
bottle. For Diabetes enquire for W a rn er ’ s
B E C A U S E lie has them on hand and is
six lK>xes, accompanied with five dollars, we will send I
W ors von in evidence of her donthless
S a fe D iabatkh C u re . It is a positive remedy.
our written guarantee to return the making more and ia going to
227 & 229 Wabash Ave.,
love. 'When tho world shall de
si. ii . w a u n i : k a < o ..
money if the treatment docs not effect a cure. Guar
antees issued only bv
R o c h e s t e r , JY. Y .
spise and forsake you, when it leaves
WOODARD, CLARKE & CO.,
you by tlin wnysino to die unnoticed,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Portland, Oregon.
| commenced using it on the horse, in accordance with
tho dear old mother will Rather you
the directions, and he informed us this week that it
S E L L T K E M 1
effected such a complete cure that an ex|»ert horse-
in her fool do arms and carry you
•VOTICE IS IIKKEBT GIVEN TO WHOM IT MAY i
I man, who examined the animal recently, could find
concern that at the November Term, A. D., 1882,
home and tell of all your virtues un
j no trace of the spavin or the place where it had been
J. E. COOPER.
of the County Court of Polk County, Oregon, Mrs
K. W. OOOP&R.
located.- Mr. Schermerhom has since secured a copy
til you almo-it forget that your soul true moliler of public opinion. It i of
Pacific Const Agents for the
Ellen Wilcox was appointed Administratrix of
Kendall's Treatise on the Horse and his Diseases,
the Estate of John E. Wilcox, deceased. All persons
- - which ho prlues verv highly, and would l>e loth to
is disfigured by vices. I«ovo her is not hnmpored
Main St., opp. Court House, Dallas.
having claims against said Estate are hereby notified
>* 4 ri 2 %Ith
,Uan^ p *™*». provided he could not obtain
tenderly anil cheer her declining and ono
to present them, duly verified, to said Administratrix,
. . .
copy. So much for advertising reliable arti
at her residence, at McCoy, within six months,
cies theat muz?Jo tho pens of city cie*.
years \vi<u holy dermison.
H. F. SMITH, Prop’ r,
and all ;>erao*»*i knowing themselro« indebted t«* mid
dailies. News is n good thing to
From Col, L, T . Foster.
Estate will make payment thereof to said Administra
ELLEN WILCOX, Administratrix
(Late of Salem.)
y n x i m i , , , Ohio, May 10 , »sen.
D aly & B utler , Attorneys for Estate.
"M i 1 r," began a small hoy, as
feature of n public journal. Tho
K!7I, *U; * ££■ u?ntf
h- 1 » Tir>'
M c C oy , Oregon, November 15, 1882.
lie enh rod a Woodward avenue gro-
GOOD CLEAN SHAVE T O BE
city papers nre valuable for tboir hi«i>iv. it. h..i > i«r*. h..n.
eery, “ ma !
had at all t in e s . G ive me a cali
superior advantages in gathering
news—tuo country pftpera Xor tho j «y™»Mdiofciudtoww
i _ wmwmmu . v netting
D a l l a s , Jnly 1, 1881.
dvortisenu ut of Ken-
8paV in Cure in the
greater weight and breadth of their | * » g o Express, and l dot
eu at d u » i to try It,
“ Anil, in luukio change, von
»n *y 'id -j got our druggist*
. f*»r # . They
----- - or-
can .. not well keen
\ «lured three lsittloa; f took them all ami thought I
g a v n Lev
LIVERY FEED & SÄLE-
it a thoro - .........................
“ Ko, I iliiln’U I
n’t had a ¡ . . .
ami the fm
,__ M •eased to be I
would bo tho voriest busks
im H W Uil. I mied but
quarter « :th a hole it:
a montili" I
he /*ro a* free fr»>m lnmp* I
without tho influx of indons tlioy
“ B utiuA Fays you (CiYo ber a—”
in the State. He -s cn-
manage to borrow or steal from their
so remarkable that l let
“ Don’t believe it; ilon’t believe ill i
he remaining two bottles,
I rt-mmnbor, now, I l gave
g.iv ber a half C0l,n,I7 exob,*n 8 M Ex.
L. T. P orrn
dnDnr. a quarter and nickel.“
j Vi gavo her a gold piece ■
“ Why is it that two souls, mated in ; KENDALL’S SPAVIN CURE
kero it is.”
, . . AI' “ Oder? improvements. Instaurant
ON RITMAÑ rUCSH.
HZST CLASS WLuOVTS,
cions alive! but so I did 1 »ie impenetrable mystery of tboir
chi,^ren oan P,a-V w vrell I
®e8t m the city. Open all flay.
vrown peraons. Only five minutes’ time'required I
P attrn ’ s M ill *, N. Y., Feb. 21, 1878.
P l 'W u n P rop r.
tad it lower price« than 1 i « t 8 rated heretofore
J. H. BRENNER.
«¿■muiabrr cow that I nativity, float by each other on the
to L*rn how to manage them. Any kiud of tune«
D«. H. 4. K hndalb , Dear Sir: The parti« ul.tr i.tse
can be played. Y inert accompaniment for the voice
HP Kendall's spavin ture wan a
lolhr bill and a lot of 0<'ean currents of existence without i
in ringing. l%vy «re «old *» U.w that any family can
Accommndatinjt Commercial Trarclciw
nalign.iut ankle spretai of sixteen months' nttudiiig.
easily prm-ure one. Having one no family could *et
«*. B ib, w hat’s your being iustinctivoly drawn together,, I »ko«!
( H trivi
I }" 't in vain. Your Spavin
along without. Prices of different styles flO, 912. #14
> u : m ! again. »»«I f«*r the
’> you think von can cat blended and beautiful in tho assim-
and #16, including twentv-five feet of music Send
naturai )XMition. For a
for catalogue« and price lint. Address
U wn Arbor, rHk County,
HORSES B O ARDED R E A SO N A B L Y .
»f lcm n randy? Ah! it I ilatsJ alembic of eternal love?” j K iga li»™ a « « '
thing we ever usiti.
D. w . n iN T I C K ta c a . Portland. Ortmn.
Hnv. M. P. B u t,
d to liuT houesty and | That is an oaay ono. It is because
P**tor of it. PL Cmireta, Patten’s Mill*. N. Y.
*8* J.“ * mutrnd > new lot of itrv»u, „ „ -h M Ara
, butler i»i forty-fire cent« a pound,
« « » " > kept in n country More, w W h lie will null, l „
k iw in «. now twtor. th . public
July 15 1W1 1
j and a good Foalskin sacquo costa as
Tou cmn m .k . monev burter .t
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE S T E R L I N G O R G A N S . !
work tor ua than >t any thin, rlw
Press say» the high as five hundred * dollars. *1 he | j**ure j„ it»«fleet*, miw in it*action, as it «i«vs not The above cut represent i Style 50, which we will sell
Cash or P rodu ce.
' •HUI not n w U
W. „ f l u n
experience a b,,***\y*t h >• p»*»mting
opwuU. mule >t h on » by the
i a grizzly bear is to neceaeAriee of • life j must
t q p f l !’• -M. COLLINS,
. 1 , every <reep-eealeil piu« or to remove e«y I kmit crouth
will .* at». «u»^.n>n,u. ms, w
„>>. a s a t s s s a a - a a . — — —
from vonr hand fall in price before two souls
M a la » t r c c t . B a l l » , » r e x o n .
in the i m assimilated
i««, w «1«- a •»<•'«»«..
«n .1 i mv
ty slips around rendilv
. i S ummih
S> m 1 . »,».,..»..
... t,r »n
D. W . P R E N T IC E & c o . ; wtwk_
“ . « !*.,
' s »tber
S M 5 you e m«.r|
s 3 v „ s.‘f
Alembic, AQd io forth.
J UmnttM » a J for way p«ir|v>w for whkh a liniment
h u .n ro, . m
W, M f t t e l
\ to a tree,
I . prcpareil to mpply Fresh
i if usarvi n>r n.»i¡ ir i^as». It
no known to he the
No one can fail to make enormous par by engaging at 1 _ | f l I
| i Th»re
j bett lintmentf jt u »n ever used,
who always take adv«., |
.hoae eggs to
• rage of the good chance« f,.r
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Voul,
An attorney, on being c a l l e a I O ! t u ,d u w ™ -. lo. llb X r . le .1 Clmtlnr.
u n i m r - !•*>•’ - ‘ y** p 'iHre proof á P. i r rirtUM. So i-me.lv J
T. F. SMITH, M. D„
account for having actetl I uupro-
I "uiwnre auch -huiré, reinialií
wh".'1" "<» ,
•Ter w et witk wie1
tarh iiu.puliita.1 « c r u . to our
l J I * l . - , « k « | !
feeoionally in taking leas than tho
M null u muí
iwtaut*. , ter
tee » » «Mit
OWW* l » J»u r .w u u.w -1 te OulKtfrow : —
n ,h i T nun.
«• ’ wuck
Hams. Lard. Chickens. Etc.,
.«o rnk. tr.r v lh .n t m w. C p ital ma rw I wirk ¿op erlr f ™
A*y one can d„ U m
initial feaa from hia oliert, pleaded >
' . wuîTi, P hysician an d Surgeon,
that ha had taken all tho man had.
T _ on rwelpt
T, - . - of
„ the iwopneti^_
-a n y are nmfc.ng fortunes. IAdW« maks outfit furnished fwll v
» bota quality, at the lowcat powMIJe p r ie ».
11. J. K IN DALL à CO., Knee burgh ndls. Vt.
hoys and girts make great pay. make l a o n e ? * « ^
Ho was thereupon honorably
in l k p e n d e x c f , o b k g o x .
» « , mwk. write te, «Meutern t a W ^ ’J ? ^ -
H,* h” ‘ r ” h Pri"
for Eat Stock.
SOLS BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
jwtSSlT ¡ E h * y tal Ul. c tarn.
T Â 5 S Î -Â ^
I» needed sent free. I M m !
£ - „ingz* * --
y&t * fgr -
Also for Chickens and Wild Game.
D allas , lh* -ember 27, 1881.
M y honM
dcnco is fot I »,
D ax . u k , Scplí®
Dr. J. BJ
D E lf
permanently loc**' j|
kinds of detal
Office in \ ftnuij*3
w . p- i
A U C T l!
And ( ob «C
m r iL l. ATTFYI>
inri vt th»