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S A L E M T R A D IN G P L A C E S .
I f lorly Folk coouly mothers would
go lo Johnson's cletbiog store to ge'
» it« for their boys of all ages the re-
Milt would he a proud 1 > t of tons and
mothers. Suits from fl.fiO lo 17.60.
Those pretty veatee suits for little Iwys
are us cute as ih»-y can he. Youug
men’s suits equal in ap|K-r«nce lo any
tlrn g a tailor c»n gel up.
Mill feed at B ig g »’ grocery store.
R e m a r k a b le C u r e of R h a u r ir clem.
LOCAL AND GENERAL-
Spectacles aud glasses at Pfennig’s.
K k n n a . Jackson Co., W . Va.
About three yean ago my wife had
W H A T W E H A V E L E A R N E D D U R IN G
Our noon mail will come by mol or
an Httack of rheumatism which con
T H E W E E K F R O M A L L A V A IL -
' after May 15tli.
fined her to her bed for over a month j
and rendered her unable to walk a step
Prof. Reynolds was up from Mc-
without assistance, her limhs being A b le S o u r c e « D is h e d u p fo r O u r j Miiti>ville last Saflurday.
swollen to double their normal six-,
In A b ra v la to d P a r a g r a p h s .
The stage will take you from Dsllas
S. Maddox insisted m i my using
to Salem aud back tor ♦1.50.
Chamberlain’s Pain Balm. I purchas
Baled hay and mill feed at Ostield’s j There were MX'een additions to the
ed a fiO cent bottle end uand it accord
ing to the directions and the nest
Judge Wells ami wife have a new , PrenhyUjriHJi church
morning she walked in breakfast witli
\ Judge Kninscy hut* moved iron Me- j
out assistance in anv manner, and she
The Purdy family have moved to Mil nville* to Paleni and will pra k ' p i
lias not had a similar attack since —
‘aw with George* liingJuui).
A. It. PxKMONri. For sale by A . K . Portland.
They say that harnessmaker, Shafer,
gets up the most substantial an 1 at
tractive horse wear in the ' ity and
that his prices ire smalt tor such
DESERVABLE IOALLA8 IT £ 8 .
Tell your neishlairs to cal at Ilelten-
Wo are now prepared to lake all
hraud's rcstauraiiL the neat lime they
kinds of farm pnalure in exchange
go to the city.
f 1 r dry goods, clothing, shoes, etc.
All our goods are marked in plain fig
New pattern hats from the east and ures and we will treat you right.—
from Paris cheap as (lilt at Mrs. Fies- The Bee Hive, Nordby A Kinseth,
lors millinery store, because she is proprietors.
closing out lo go to Cupc Nome. Pick
out what you want and she will name
Morrison’s livery and feed stable
a price that will please yon. Corsets
will lie lilierally patronised by both
and shirt waists at your own price.
|M>litii-al parties during the campaign
Win Fanil has a good 1200 pound
work Imrse for sale.
Mrs. J G. Van O r«tel has been vis
iting in Portland thiv week.
As our* i?) to become more of a *t<>ek |
raising county *heie should U* more
Mu h Main slreet null has been 1 gr**s, corn uiui root cro|>s r.tis.nl.
scraped up and hauled away.
A Mtrictlv ho neat man will not use !
Mrs. Johnson, a sister of Mrs Dr.
tricky political method*. The people
Farley, is op from Portland on a visit.
want none but fair upd apiare men in
The goat men will meet Saturday, office.
April 28th, to close up association af
Each package of Putnam’* Fadele»«
dye colore either bilk, Wool or cotton
Mis» Lillie Hacklcman is the Eve
¡«.‘cause lie tresis everybody alike and ning Teh-graiii correspondent fur this
the best he knows how.
If you B ig h t is defective da not lam-
pi r with it hut g e at once lo the op
tical rooms of II. W. Barr, who will be
It is generally understood that at
almost sure to suggest a successful Uaynor’s footwear emporium peonie
can come nearer getting exactly wh l
they want than anywhe:u else in the
Many horses are dying for lack of lown.
pro|ier treatment. l)r. Keeler at the
teed yard nearly always give effective
Every train brings ennu thing new
remedies for ailing stock of any kind for 'lie numerous patrons of Mrs. Shaf
Tell him tlio symptoms of any of the tci’s nice millinery store. She carries
sick animals ou your place.
the latest slid the best in that line.
For shoes, thirls, socks, suits, under
J. E. Rmilli, the iron worker, stud
wear and all kinds of underwear foi ies to please his pa'runs.
ladies and gentlemen go to the New
York Racket store where they have
S|ieeial value: Thirty-six inch per
nothing lint reliable goods, at lowest
spot cash figures. No where alse in cales, fast colors, pretty patterns, only
town will a small pile of money stretch 10 ceuls a yurd. The Bee-Hive.
out so far.
For auhstnnlial, unfading pictures
always go lo the Ctonise studio.
The Salem stage driver makes it his
luiMiiess to serve the wants of . very
l«sty slang his line. He will procure
whatever they may want from either
Dallas or 8 alem.
These pretty days Brown’s nice liv
ery teams are flitting through the
Cnlih's wagon shop in North Dallas
country everywhere, lie lias gentle
teams for ladies and children to drive has lots of work on hand, hut he will
Polk county jieople should put up dways manage to squeeze in enough
time to do any repair work lor yeu.
If you need any spraying material
If you have never patronised the
steam laundry you know not where to for fruit trees or shrubbery or flowers.
get the beat washing and ironing dona. Mr. Faull hat t le best in the market,
The heat machinery and the most and no matter what kind of tools or
skilled labor do the laundry work utensils yeu may want, he has them.
That is the place to get stoves and
See the cutlery and
T h e B est In th e W orld.
¡Sundries in his show cases
W e believe Chamberlain’s Cough er is ever found in any hard varo store
Remedy is the best in the world. A you can get there.
few weeks ago we suffered with n se
vere cold and a troublesome cough,
Fcnteli lawns, suitable for dresses
and having read I heir advertisements
in our own and other papers we pur and waists, fast colors, only 6 ^ cents a
chased a bottle to see if it would ef yard. The Bee-Hive.
feet us. I t cured us before the bettle
was mere than half used. I t is the
W hy not enjoy the good things of
best medicine out for cehls and coughs.
life as you go along? Walter Williams
— The Herald, Andersonville, Ind.
has good things to eat and the latest
For sale by A. K. Wilson.
and best reading matter.
P resb ytery o f W illa m e tte .
The above named ci nference met in
Dallas Wednesday evening April 11th,
the opening sermon being preached by
Rev. A. J. Cla'and, of Eugene, the re
tiring moderator, Rev. Jas. Tompson,
being absent in Ireland. Rev. G. A.
McKinley, of Zc.ia. was chosen mod
erator, Rev. W. 0 . Scott reporting
clerk, with G. A Rockwell for tempor
ary clerk. Stated clerk, Rev. E. J
Thompson, and permanent clerk, Rev.
H. L. Reed, were also on duty.
I, G. Knotts and Elder Robert Glass
were made delegates to the general as
sembly at St. Louis in May, with Itev
T. Bronillette and Fief. John Staub
as alternates. The calls front the Dal
las church lo Rev. A. I. Goodfriend
and of the Independence chu’ cli to
Rev. W . S. Smith were found in order
and placed in the hands of the pastors
elect, by whom they were accepted
and arrangements made for both in
stallations. Trustees of Albany col
lege were nominated and the presi
dents report read, it relating chiefly to
the college debt during the past year.
The narrative of the slate of religion
in the presbytery caused much iuter-
eated discussion and showed good,
faithful work being done in nearly all
parts of the presbytery. The invite
lion of the G^rvais church for the fall
meeting of presbytery was accepted
The woman’s presbyterial was not
largely attended, hut was interesting
and profitable. Gratifying progress wa,
shown in all branchea of the work un
der their charge, especially the young
There were pre
►enl in adoition to tlie-e above nam
ed : Revs. D. M. Davenport, of Leb
anon, W . A. Smick, of Albany, J. A
Cornwall, of dodaville, W, H. Jones,
of Mill City, R. A. Smith, of Wood-
burn, and 8 . II Jones, of Brownsville
The elders in attendance were C. E
Brownell, J. I’ . Emmett, W. 8 . Hhar-
man, G. A. Keck well, N. O. Clodfelter.
Robert Glass, J. H. Mack and A. K.
W . C . T . U . T ra n s a c tio n «.
The following »(fleers have been
elected for the ensuing year: Presi
dent. Mrs. Chine Buts ¡vice presidents,
Mrs. Ksrsev, Mrs. Hubbard, Mrs. Elisa
Palm er: recording secretary. Hattie
M Teats; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. Phillips; treasurer, Mrs Harriet
Hibbard. Their county convention
will be held during the second week
in May at Dallas, further particulars
of which will be given later ou. Mrs.
Adkins, of Monmouth, county correa
ponding secretary, was with us at our
last meeting lo assist in arranging for
our convention. Mrs. Cliloe Buts W ill
be sent as a delegate to the county in
stitute, which is to be held at Mon
mouth on April 28th.
meeting will las at the Presbyterian
church at 2 :30 next Wednraday after
H a m « M. T kxts ,
The court house roof wi’ h it» final
coat of paint preaent, a neat appear
.T N IM Y m I
When your horses need shoeing take
them the skillful Ike Lynch.
M, lit ichei.biuli, a friend of Rev.
A. I. Geodfriend, hug arrived from
aouthern California to remain.
Mrs. Stoner and Mias Jessie, of
Kickreall, will not go eaet as they had
perfectly a lo n e boiling.
a flfjE R
Solu by A.
and prosper.” If you
Sarsaparilla faithfully for
Frank Dearlmrn, who has been a
Flovd D.tly and Paul Belt have been
Salem bookseller for many years, diod tt home from their uchooki at Moui.t
Angel and Portland, both look 114
J. L. Armstrong, the Dallas tomb- I
" " “ ''F in tU" r uettl «•»lit.«'*- uni-
stone man, will (or a short time sell ll,rm8‘
everything at half price.
For montinvciitiv tombstones or anv
kind of cemetery work go to G. !,.
Since the change in train time le t Hawkins, the Independence nimble
'em-dropped in the postoffice as late j culler. No outside dealer call give
'S 8 : J0 in the evening will go out on : you better figures. 11
next morning's train.
I! the peoples party would pul up a
Edgar I,. Collins A Co., real estate
winning ticket tomorrow it must select
(gents, have many farms and much
better candidates than the republi
city properly for sale. They write In- |
cans have named for tile same offices.
surunce and make loans.
This county lias many independent
Assessor Conner and his deputies, voters.
Fred Toner and George Adkins, are
The lirethern are agreed thfit Pont-
out among the people taking a valua
Imid’a map was all right from a repub
tion of property for taxes.
lican political stand point, but away
Foundryman Biddle has been in Me off' geographically. Let the ‘peoples
M innville looking after contracts for party convefitien tomorrow forget not
tlie iron work in connection with *,wo the grogr.iptiy of the county.
brick blocks to he built there.
The state convention of middle of
li. R. Tuner’s residence propi rtv r I the road popnlia'a consisted of just ten
has heel) repainted a pure whit* with men from seven counties, three of
reddish roof, anil the yard fence looks them, Dennj , Embree ami Sears, be
very much belter since it was painted. ing fiont Polk county. W hat utter
tolly for them ta attempt to make their
Mrs. Martha Jane Rice, who had
influnce f. It politically.
been a resident of Kings Valley since
1851, died on tier erignal donation
There will be « Sunday school con
claim there last week, aged 72 years, tention at La Creole Baptist Church,
near Crowley, beginning next Friday
Everything in the line of harness
afleruoon aud continuing over Sun-
making of the best leather and ill low ii..y. The work will tie under the sup
est prices by G. VV. Hhriver at Perry- ervision of Rev. J is Edmunds, a Bap
dale. H e is an old timer at the bu-i tist Sunday school missionary.
After the middle of May the mail
route from here to Atriie will he dis
continued, the service after that being
lip motor from In dependence. The
double daily laotar aud daily mail will
give Airlie better pomiections with
me ohtaide world than it has ever be-
Bishop Dubbs, who stands at the Jore enjoyed.
head of the Evangelical church in
The republican» tpive renominated
America, will preach here next Toes Judge Wolverton for the supreme
day. He will have the final say as to bench, J N. Hart is their nominee fur
cvmbining the Lafayette and Dallas prosecution attorney in this district,
inatitutiuna ef learning.
and W . L. W ells for joint representa
Those new silver and steel cliatte-
laine watches at the Morris jewelry
store are pretty as they can be. mine
of them not larger than a half dol
lar. See the novelties in his show
Rev. A. W. Teats, of Dallas, is at the
Evangelical conference at Hillsboro,
in the interest of the union of Lafay
New arrivals: Linen skirls from ette seminary with La Creole acad
65 cents up; duck skirts from 75 cents emy. A ll concerned seem to favor
up; pique skirts from 98 cents up. the union. It would he an important
Latest style and good fit and work addit.nn to the educational interest of
manship. The Bee-Hive.
The A. O. U. W , lodges, of Salem,
Hurry tip and go a fishing before will give an excursion to Iiidiqieiiil'
all the treut are caught nut of tilt ence, Thursday, April 26(h, and will
stream. A t Risser’s guustore you can have n dance in the auditorium there.
get anything and everything needed Everybody is invited to. attend. The
in that line.
trice of admission will he 25 cents.
Made from pure and healthful ingre
N o alum, lime or ammonia.
Assures light, sweet, pure and
Housekeepers must exercise care in buying bak
ing powders, to avoid alum. Alum powders are
sold cheap to catch the unwary, but alum is a poi
son, and its use in food seriously injures health.
«0YAL BAKING POWDER 0 0 , 100 WILLIAM S T ,' NEW YORK.
Tile M. E. pursnnage lias boen mov
ed over near the church to make room
for a new one which will be built at
Merchant Finsth, having vacated
the Shaw property near the depot, it
is occupied by Engineer Casey, ill the
Dallas passenger train.
A new coat of paint has greatly im
proved tlie apperance of Air. Ludwig's
home and he has made a neat chicken
park between the yard and garden.
tive from I’olk and Lincoln counties.
The executor of the A. S. Ciider es
Vi. D. Ellis is the slate central coni-
tate was credited will» ¡fl6.346.86 and
mitteeinau from this county.
the administration continued as to
Tlicri sit mid have been 222 dele $300.76 for the three eons of J. VV.
gates to the middle of the road popu Crieer.
list state convention, but only a dozen
The most worthy candidates will
•f them put in an apperance. They
nominated J K Sears, of McCoy, for not strive to tide into office by the
congre-sg. made Dr. Embree, of Dalian, whisky and cigar route, hut will ex
pres dentisl elector and appointed J. pect their solid merits and genuine
M. Peunis, of Falls City, a delegate to manhood to gain votes (or them.
the national convention.
There will be a basket social at the
Conklin, Ella Pettyjohn, Ada Tatum,
Della Waters, l ’enrl Leonard, Etfiu
Clark, Emma Tice, May Matthews,
Oscar Blair, E. B. Millard, Adrian
Owen. J. E. Beezly, and F. W. Royal;
third grade, Bayard Merrill, Johnt
Mulkey, C. D. 8 impson, Maud Baxter,
Edith Miller, Ellen Oviatt, Ruby
Reoae, Abbie Weikal, aud M. J. F let
P u b lic S c h o o l A ffa irs.
There was a slimly attended citizens
meeting Tuesday evening to discuss
the new school house proposition. A
variety r f opinions wore advanced,
some of them wise and some other
wise. Dallas is destined to he a town
attractive in apperance and of business
importance. It will probably become
an educational center and should have
a public school building that its citi
zens could point to with pride. Patch
ing up the old school house would
not be a stop in that direction and it
would be false economy to erect a
small cheap building. Nor would it
lie wise te scatter school houses over
the town. Probably the most reason
able idea advanced is the one to erect
an eight room structure and finish o n
ly the four lower rooms at present.
It might be done for $0,000 and ivatild
surely be economy in tiro long run.
Pearl Fulkerson, of Monmouth, was
recently married to Miss Daisy W ezt
lla n k Wilkinson ia glad to get back
from Sumpter, for while there It* had
small pox and a fever.
T. A . R IG G S ,
Paii ts, Oils.
White Lily Flour.
! ' &00tis;
Polk coun ty: I will continue to Salt Creek school house, Saturday
make the large size stamp phatngraph. evening April 28th. the proceed« to go
G imh I music lias been engaged and an
eighteen for 25 cents for school child toward getting achoel library. Short
New spring goods e f all kinds just enjoyable time is promised.
ren, during the mouth of April. Schoel program and everybody invited to at
received at Brown’s store. They are
For sale or trade: Seven lots in teacher* announcing this to their tend.
the latest and best lob e hail. Tbs la Washington, improvement addition schools shall have the same reduction.
Next doer to the assessor’s office in
dies should go and make their selec to the town of Kent, in K ing county, These are no Chrap Joint pictures, but
lions while the assortments are com Washington, on the railroad between are made of the best material and will the Wilson block is as fine an assort
ment of millinery a« the ladies of Dal
plete. Better groceries you cannot Seattle and Taconia. W ill sell for not fade.
las ever saw. Miss Hallock and tier
find in the county. A ll very cheap cash ar trade for real estate or other
D E M O CR ATIC OELECATES.
J. T . CiiERiti.NCTO.v, Dallas.
assistants will take pleasure in sliow-
for spot cash.
property of value. For terms, see
to tomorrow's convention
Edgar L. Collins A Co., in Dallas.
are as follows:
N e w T r a i n T im e .
i is some one whoso life has been saved
J. J. Wiseman is having erected st
A t tbs Christian church State Evan j by Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
North Dallas— M. M. Ellis, H . L.
The Sheridan express now leaves
his home a fine windmill with a 2.000
Portland at 4:50 nnd the Dallas pass- gelist Lister will preach next Monday Diarrhoea Remedy, or who lias been g a l l o n tank. Frank Morrison and ('rider, Alonzo Krown, T. J. ((herring- [
They meet at W h ite evening. Every member is requested 1 cured of chronic diarrhoea by the use John Frakes are doing the carpenter ten, Arthur Fink, Jacob timitli.
South Dallas— (Jims. Bennett, John
st 7 :30, and each gels to the end ef its to be present at the Sunday morning of that medicine. Such |iersons make work and the tank was made by A. L.
Grant, George Richmond, Oscar Huy-
run at 8:25. The evening motor ar- service. Cow or No Cow, will be the a poin* of telling of it whenever op
ler, B. 8 . Harris.
rivet in Dallas at 8 aud starts bock at subject for evening nnd should he a portunity offers, hoping that it may
East Dallas— P. 8 . Greenwood, J. D
The Independence West Side lias
8:30. The Airlie service is as follows: matter of interest to every citizen of the means of saving other lives. For
The morning motor «tsrts from Inde Dallas. The evening services have salr by A. K. Wilson.
again changed hands, the new pro Shaw, J. W . Cridor, Cliaa Boyle, Peter
pendence at 7 .30, arriving at Airlie at t-een changed to 7 for Endeavor and 8
prietor lieing J. A. Brant of Viincou- Graber, Claud Dunn, I. V. Lynch. J.
The demnrrats aad pouplists fused
8:35, Returning it leaves Airlie at 9 for preaching.
\er, Washington. The recant editor. I). Smith, John Clow.
at their state conventions and among
Robert Sears,Oscar Taylor and Chas
and reschoa Independence at 10. The
J. VV. Crawford, think« he lias struck
N E W T O -D A Y .
M ra. Lucia F. Addition, national the nominations made were W. M something elsewhere that will pan out Boyle were the respective nominees
afternoon motor leaves lndedendence
Ramsey, ■ f Salem, for sit- prone just; c
at 3:30 and gets to Airlie at 4:35 lecturer and organizer for the W . C.
I Bernard Daly, Of Lakeview, for con tietter for him.
Starling hack at 5 it makes the return T. U., has been working in Marion
S IT U A T IO N W A N T E D BY A COMPETENT G IR L
crete, from this district, J. A. Jeffrey,
Wanted— a small farm of from 25
Ö to do guneral house work And cook inf In town
run in an hour.
or 1 1 .m ill. WBfes de.ir«d -412 to «16 a month.
her work met with great success there i .if Salem, for prosecuting attorney, i. to 100 acres within 15 miles of Dallsi
She expects to bold a two week’s ' M Siiivpaon, ef Lewisville, for join' ie wanted immediately. W ill buy
L E T T E R " l I B T .
campaign in Polk county including representative and A) J„Goodman, of horses, cattle, farming outfit, house
L CRIDER HAH FOR HALE TWO Bl?GGIKflv
These letters remain uncalled tor is sn institute at Monmouth on or Independence, on state central cum hold gends, e tc , and take immediate
* Rome plows, a
the Dallas )a>stoHice for the week end
possession. No fancy price will le
ibout the 28tli and closing with two in it tie.
huikiiiiir, Btuir carimt, bed room set, window blinds,
wheal, hay, Beed oats and ether thinfa.
ing April !7th and parties calling days county convention in Dallas at a
Ulysses Thompson, whose home had paid. I f you want to sell rail on Ed
for them will please slate that they ’ater date. A silver medal contest
always been this county, died at Oak gar L. Coolins A Co. immedistley »«
have lieen advertised:
ÏA R LOAD OF FIRST CLASS SHINGLES FOR
•ill he held in Dallas on one nigh' ••( dale April l l t l i and was buried nezl the first offer will be taken.
J aale by A. F. Stoner at RU-kreail.
J J Abby,
W W Greenley,
he convention. The contestants will day in the old Dallas cemetery. A
Lula Hiliienbraml, 8 F Moore,
be young ladies from the Indcpen- funeral was preached by Rev. A. J
f R H CRB ARM’S CLYD ESD ALE STALLION.
Mrs Mary Mott,
D C Morton,
cence, Monmouth and Dallas schools Hunsuker. He was 37 years old and county *n the following date»: Dal OF COD-LIVER OIL W ITH
I •) • Ormonde, will make the neoRon of HIM) at Dalis«
Ins, April 24th 7 :30 ?. in.; Bridgeport
had been a great suffer with rheuma
E C Towns,
R ev J H Wood.
tism for nearly half hie life. During
tion of the country than all nther dis
ville, April 25th, 7 :30 p m.; Iudepen
I n O O D P A IS OF PONIES FOR MALE. <JDO(>
Ins Affliction he was the recipient of
C h a s . F. B bi . t , pestmasler.
eases put together, and until the last
deuce, April 26th, 7 :30 p. m ; Buena ¡should always be kept in | IJT drivers and good for driving stock. Apply to
J. W. Mitcomber ‘in the Lyle place.
few years ws* supposed to 1 « incurable.
C o u rt H o u «o H ew e let*.
the house for the fol
For a great many year« doctors pro neiglilairs.
these »ervice* the people in th e«: lo
Tl»e machinery for the new court nounced it a local disease, nnd pre
O T R A D E -S E V E R A L LOTH IN »O C T H NEW
In it* advanced »ltd chronic form a calities are cordially invited.
port for a good driving hors«. Apply to W . A.
house clock has arrived and will soon scribed basal remedies, and by con
cold* in the head is known as nassl
[ Irvin In Salem.
be pul in plsee T h « striking bell is stantly falling to cure with local treat-
catarrh and is the recognized
Concerning the crop* in this comi F IR S T - Because, If any member
of the very best material, wae ciat iu
of the family has a hard cold. It
ment, pronounced it incttrahle Science of other disease“, ila v in g stand the ty I’. K. C l a r k , ol Zen«, write«: The
n i 'R E BRED BROWN LEGHORN EGOS FOR
1900 and weighs atom 600 pounds.
will cure it.
I m * proven cstarrh tn he a coustittit- lest of continned tuccessful u-e, Ely 's frosts sppi ar lo have done no damage
Mle at 50 Centn a Retting by Mrs. Frank Gibson
The steel furniture for the vaults of
tional disease, and therefnre rcqnires l'rv im Balm Is iccoguized a* a spei i- | The lineal prospect for fruit of all SECOND - Because, If the chil [ at Kickreall.
the different offi- es is in |<nsition and
constitutional treatment. H all’s Cat t'c for membranal (lineare« in the n««- kind» ever «een seen here. Crop« look
dren are delicate and sickly. It will
a great improve«iet on old style furn
STOOD D RIYINO HOPSE W A N TE D FOR NRV-
arth Cure, manufactured by F. J. al i ««»ages, A n d you should resort to well. Hpring grain all «own, except
iture. The etair railway and wains-
make them strong and well.
17 eral monta«. Will pay In lumber. Apply bete.
Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio, ia the i n- this treatment in your own case. It on very wet land. Hummer fallow
routiing in the hallways are substan
ly constitutional cure on the mnrkif. i* not drying, doe» not produce m e c l at,out all plowed
Hop« 12 inch'a THIRD — Because. If the father «r
tial and handsome. There are enough
It is taken internally in dose« from ing. Price 60 cent» at druggists or by high'
Pasture extra good.
mother Is losing flesh and be com- | V fO N E Y TO LOAN <»N IMPROVED FARM PRO
hot water radiators to keep the whole
i l l p< rty at untai rat ja by Oecar Hay ter, Dalla*,
ten drops to a teaspoonful. It ucis mail. Ely Brot liera, 56 Waren «trevi, clip will he extra heavy.
Ing thin and emaciated, it will build '
building warm in Ute coldest weather.
directly on the blond and mucus sur New York. Give np prejudice and
them up and give them Mesh and
A cement walk eight feet wide is be
D I T I EXTRA O O O * YEA R U N O Kl'I.LN FOR
faces of the system
They effer $100 try il.
N e w T e a c h e r* C e r t i f i c a t e .
ing cons: meted from Main striet half
r «tie by J M. Holman, of DaNaa.
for any case it fails to cure, bend for _____
way to the renter of the building and
As a result of last week'» examina FOURTH - Because It Is the
circular« and teatimonal«.
then eurves in a seven toot walk to
lion the following teachers certificate«
standard remedy tn all throat and
o n e y to lo a n
at • per cent on farm
F. J. C h knk y A C o ,
ihe main entrance and a fire foot walk
J. L. COLLINS, Daliae.
were gran led : Fret grade, Elia Car-
to the south entcranre.
po, L:r. Vanclie Do kinson anil Mrs.
Sotti by ilrngKi*'*. 75 cent*. „
P or Infants and Children.
Kate Marinan; second grade. Myr*a
N o household should be without it.
KICK FOR BALK IM R D O R SOFT. IN ANT
Meli’« Family P ili« are Ilio best.
Miss Emma Phillii**. of Dallas, w a
'(tianlitr want -I, tml cheap enough at the brick
It can be taken in summer as well
ya*d near Delia*.
O. F. SHEW.
recently married to W m . Jn.t,
as In winter.
n Haw I
'iani county, whe e she is tearhing.
30 e. end ft an, til drugfiet«.
■ IH la i T n I n I
SCOTT * BOWNfc, Chemfct«, New /ark.
rn HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
He is a farmer and with hie partner
farm prnpert V
HlW .KYh RAKIR #
has 1,500 acres in grain.
China and Glassware.
Taken in Exchange,
CASTO R I A