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All the ladies aro di»cu*'*iiig lie
Sheriff Ford has been all over the
T ho usand « H a r e K i d n e y T ro ub le
cleaning and eurly gardening.
The Life Guard« are two regiment-
"iinty this week serving p rsmial no
and Don’ t K n o w it.
of cavalry forming part of the British tice on the fit! precinct judges who
Hi Uiriuumid is gelling well but household troops. They are gallant
now To F in d O al.
W HAT TH E Y HAVE TO SAY ABOUT
are to conduct h special o m i resriouAl
T H E D O IN G S IN T H E C O U N T Y .
soldier«, nuri every loyal Bri'ish heart election oil the first day of J me.
DALLAS, TKIDAT, MCH 27. 1903.
water and let it stand twanty-four hours, a
I l f o r d Woodward, who lias been is proud of them. Not only the K in g’s
sediment or set*
The court house yard is being plow
A n U n e q u a lle d a n d C o m p le t a Re
tllnj Indicate, an attending Dallas college, is now work- household, but your«, ours, everybody« ed up and will be harrowed .old sum-
should have it« life guard« 'The need
s u m e o f W h a t Y o u r F rie n d # a re
UBLIHMIID K vbry F biuav M orning A t 7 : 30 .
a n d H a va B e e n L a te ly D o in g .
of (hem is especially great when the 111 « rlallowed to kill out all the vegeta
tlon of the kid
giMRtest foes of life, diseases, find al tion, preparatory to grading and grass
a . w
a s h
your linen It 1» for O. N. Harrington,
lies in the very elements, a» colds, ing it.
Y o u K n o w W h a t Y o u A r a T a k in g .
AD ITO » AMD rHOPKHCToH.
evidence of kid- ,
influenza, catarrh, the grip and pneu
When you take Grove’« Tasteless
ney trouble; too
W e have Sunday school regularly monia do in the stormy month of
Chill Tonic, because the formula is
W e want a boy
frequent desire to and Rev. H. N. Rounds preaches for March. The best way that we know
plainly printed on every bottle, show-
pass It or pain in us every two weeks.
S ature ^ |
In every town to 1
of t<» guard against these diseases is
SU B S C R IPT IO N R A T E S :
I ing that it is ¿imply Iron and Quinine
the back is also
in strengthen the system with H od's
1 50 ................................ Per year
Sarsaparilla— the greatest of all life
% 75......................... Persia mouth«
Mrs. Mutrie Janzen, of Portland, guards. It removes the conditions in
What to Do.
A tine line of pattern hats
40 ........... .......... Per three month«
which these diseases make tlieir most
There is comfort in the knowledge so has been visiting relatives here,
will be on display
Advei tifling rate« made known on
Over 3000 boys
R. A. Porter sold all hi« cattle and to all the vital organs and functions,
application. Correspondence i« solicit*
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfill« every
Mr. Mes»n«r has taken possession of
now at the work.
wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the I hog« to Fred Chapman, of Sheridan. and imparts a genial warmth to the
the J. A. Mills store acquired by pur-
Fine Job Printing done at reasonable | chase. He is having his store room
Some make $10.00
Remember the weaker the
of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability ! Mis« Lilo Blair and Clarence Olm- blood.
repaired, overhauled and generally
to $15.00 a week.
i to hold water and scalding pain In passing «ted were were married Sunday at the system the greater the exposure to
freshened up ami intend» to add \ gro
it. or bad effects following use of liquor, home of the bride’« mother, Mrs. N o disease. Hood’s Sarsaparilla makes
the system strong.
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ra Rowell, of Buell.
cery department. He will occupy the
THE SU PE R IO R .
And all the ladies are invit
necessity of being compelled to go often
Vanduyne corner now owned by the
during the day, and to get up many times
Mrs. McDonald died last Thursday
It is superior In principle and test Gild Fellow lodge.
A N Y
B O Y
during the night. The mild and the extra at her home on Red Prairie and was I
ed capacity for feeding any and ull
who is willing to devote a few
Many new comers around hunting
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon buried at Harmony.
A company in being formed to build
kind» of material to be threshed by a
hours eac h week to this work can
places to rent.
realized. It stands the highest for its won
| a large saw mill and the parties are
earn many dollars selling
separator, either loose or bound. By
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
making an effort to buy ground on
R. A. Porter lm- bought h red j
Miss Bryan recently from Nebraska,
taking otf the knives, which will re
which to build.
is working for Mrs. W. E. Cl irk,
quire two or three minutes, it is a-
You may have a sample bottle_ of this
well adapted to threshing loose stuff
Charley Herren has this week
Mrs. Blanchard preached a mission whose health is im proving.
a« it is for sheive«. I am ready to | bought the Gus Sperling farm two
ary sermon at Pleasant View Sunday
The hop yards around are being put
Among neighbors and relatives. lie
and a book that tells
test its capacity and quality of work ' miles south of here,
in tine condition.
can begin at once. Absolutely no
more about it, both sent
in com pell lion with any other appli
money required to start. Write us
absolutely free by mail,
Mrs. J Hannah has added a nice
John Vernon is improving but Mrs.
ance for the same purpose. The con
to-day and we w ill send the first
address Dr. Kilmer & nom. of Swamp-Root.
NORTH D ALLAS.
Mill McDaniel has been very sick.
testant must seta first class threshing residence building to her lots in the
week's supply of ten copies free.
i ulfit within 6 or 8 miles of Dallas northwest part of town. Her resi
These are sold at 5 cents each, and
tion reading this generous offer In this paper.
Robert Htefty is back from Portland.
Tl e fine, family drivin : mure of C.
and have enough material for half a dence burned down last summer.
will provide capital to order the next
Mrs. O. H. Cobb and Reta Hinshaw D.-Furvine got snagged and died.
w eek’s supply' at wholesale rates.
day or more of test. They are to «how
Arthur and Martin Baker have
Do not make any mistake, hut re- \ have been very sick,
their best capacity, quality ami quan bought a house and two lots in Ba
T 1). Dempsey is down from fliiz-
$225 in Extra Cash Prizes Next Month
member the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. j
tity of work ami the amount of power ker’s addition formerly owned by D.
Booklet containing photographs of some
of oui most successful hov agents, with
ami time required, Then 1 will set F. Hopkins.
dress, Binghampion, N. Y . on every ple to the basket ball game in Salem.
letters telling how they work, sent free.
Mr. Bowman from Nebraska has
the Superior on the same outfit ami
The Ctirtl* Puhll«hl»igr Company
Miss Lena Brandt, an attendant at tented and moved into the old Joshua
test my $120 feeder against $120 cash
I Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa
New goods constantly ar
the insane asylum, is visiting Dallas McDaniel dwelling.
to be plaekd in the bands of someoue John R. Cooper for conducting a gam
agreed upon. The said cash is to be bling house. This being rather a ser
riving. His prices are trade
paid to me if I am successful in the
Mrs. H ill McDaniel, at Rickreall,
W ill Lyons is hauling ties for the j
contest, but if I fail then the othei matter will he smothered. It is not from Michigan a few weeks ago are
lias been quite sick.
Joe Tharp is here looking after his new railroad.
all well ph ased with Oregon,
party is to get hack his money am)
Mrs. Minirie Luper, also Carl Hell
mv feeder. '1 he contest is to be over bling business here, as it is considered
Colds Are Dan gerous.
J. B. Trullinger has sold his farm ers and wife, have been among kin-;
the quality and quantity and the time to be somewhat in restraint of trade.
j died here.
How often you hear it remarked : for $5,000.
and power required. Each of u« is to
The Himpson saw mill is running
choose a judge and they to «elect the full time nod turning out a large I t ’« only a cold,” and a few days later
Mrs. Hardy Holman Jr. of Dallas is
Miss Ida Reed has been working
third judge. The Superior’« capacity quantity of lumber. Last week they learn »hat the man is on his back here visiting her sis'er, Mrs. Nellie
for Mrs. Frank Chapman, and Mrs.
in average length of «»raw is abo.it 7,- shipped several car loads of heavy, with pneumonia. This is of such lharp.
H art, who was keeping house for Hen
common occurrence that a cold, how
200 sheave« an hour. It does it« work square timbers to Minneapolis.
P L O W S j» H A R R O W S 0* W A G O N S
ry Brown, has gone to Hulem.
r slight, should in t be disregarded.
without chugging or unnatural react
Vila Hinshaw is around looking foi
C U L T IV A T O R S
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy conn a farm.
Karl Ltchele. who boarded at Jas.
ing, retarding grinding sound from
M itchell’s, i« now working in Salem.:
the cylinder, thus proving it to he the New Zealand Insurance Co. was teractfl any tendency toward pneu
W c have a Carload of Buggies, Wagons and Spring
Lizzie Fronkey is up from Portland
light on the power, and giving greater in town this week, making an official monia. It always cures and is pleas
ant to take. Hold by Wilson Drug Co. with her sister, Mrs. Flanery.
assurance of threshing and cleaning visit to B. Wilson, their local agent.
without waste. T o introduce the 8u-
E. T. Smith of Liberty, in the red
Ed Hartman is well pleased at W a l
Never before did we have so much or so
perior into the market, I oiler it to hills across the river, ha« bought cf
anyone who has a good machine and Mr. Anderson of Salem five acres of
great a variety of things for the farmers.
Harry James, of Portland, last week
Our roads are fine and there is lots by virtue of an execution issued out of the
a seas« n’s threshing engaged, with or prune orchard at $90 an acre. This visited his relatives, M. F. and J C
A ll kinds of machine oil.
without pay for one season’s thresh was considered a very low price, as it White, before returning to Pennsyl of travel.
circuit court of the ntate of Oregon for the
county of Folk, bearing date the 14th day of
ing, If not sold before close of the could not now he bought at $125 h i vania.
W A G N E R BROS.,
Uncle Newt Branson is very sick at March, 1903, upon a judgment render« I, en
season it could then be purchased. acre. There were no buildings on the
tered and docketed in said court on the 6th
Price made known on application to land.
Services will be held at the church
day of December, 1887, in favor of II. Hirsch
Thomas Elliott, Clay Street, Dallas,
There are many land buyers about. berg, plaintiff, and against J. O. Smith, de
Friday, Saturday and Sunday even
fendant, for the sum of §282.76, with interest
WAkefu l Children.
Six year old Elery Tharp is a fine thereon from said date at the rate of 10 per
For a long time the two year old
cent |>er annum, and the further sum of §30
Miss Holnns will ertertain a few rider.
child of Mr. P. L McPherson, 69 N.
aa attorney's fee, and the sum of §39.30 as
T h e Golden Rule.
invited friends next Saturday evening.
Leonard Eboral and family are vis c< a1,» an 1 disbursements, commanding me
Mr. McDonald, his wife and four Tenth St., Harrisburg, Pa., would
tiiat out of the property of the said defend
Mrs. Ora Crowley and daughter aing in McMinnviBe.
Of sp» t ’e.-s character— our laundry
children, living on Red Prairie, were sleep but two or tl ree hours in the
ant in this county 1 satisfy the said sums,
workers mid u or sliiils, when they
with accruing costs, i have duly levied upon
all sick at one time The wife and early paat of (lie night, which made it Ethel went to Salem the 24lh to at
Ira Yooom lias rented the Martin and will, on
! know ench other. The introduction
mother died ane was buried at Har- very hard for her parents. Her mo tend the funeral of Andrew Taylor.
j depends upon y u. Just Ker.d us
S ¿turdoy, April 25,
mony last Sunday. Being a poor uaan ther concluded that the child had
Mrs. Cal Patton, of Salem, who has
your arid re**. W ill call for the goods
ami a renter his tiials were severe. stomach trouble, and gave her hall of just returned from a three weeks visit
1903, at the hour of l o’clock p. an, of said
To Curs a . Cold in o n e Day.
and ini induce them to our woikets.
, day at the front door ..f the court house in
Cast Monday morning his neighbor» one of Chamberlain's Stomach and to Washington and Eastern Oregon,
lake L a x a I iv e Lromo Quinine Tub- j Dallas, in said county, sell the above descrih-
W e sen»! them hack on rime mid you
went with teams, feed ami dinner and Liver Tablets, which quieted her visited her parents, M F. W hite and
le»s. A l l d r u g g is ts refu n d th e m oney
will wear them with the pride that
seeded a good sized field for him. stomach, and she slept the whole wife, last Sunday with her husband.
E. W. Grove’s sig- ject to redemption in the manner provided j
e< rues from having a friend in y« 11 r
That was a case of genuine sympathy night through. Two boxes of these
nature is on each box. 25c.
Leave orders with Frank
by law, all the right, title and interest that
Presiding Elder Waters will be
mid all concerned felt happier and tablets have effected a permanent
the said defendant had on the 5th day of De- 1
Muscnlt or Salem stage.
better after such a deed. The helper« erne and she is now well and strong present at the quarterly meeting at
L E W IS V IL L E .
the Methodist church Saturday and
were Wm. McGbie, ,f. M. Byron, C. A For sale by VV ilson Drug Co.
has, of, in and to the following described real !
Harold, John Rami, Ed Dykstra, John
Robert and Berners Bruce, of Mon- estate, to-wit: That tract or parcel of landS
being a part of the donation land claim 1 f
Jolly, Wm. Arinitage, Marion Buell,
Arrangements will be made for a mouth, visited at the home of H. D. John H Smith and wife, notification No. 2.-
COLONEL J. OLMSTED, PROP.
Mr. Wiggar. Lynn Bilks, Wm. Birks,
095, claim No. 50, in township 9 south, range i
The Presbyterian church at Zen»t concert and literary entertain men t in Slant* Hatnrday and Sunday.
Henry Black, John Davis and Jake was beautifully decorated with flowers April.
5 west of the Willam ette meridian, in the ,
Henry Mattison and wife, promi- county of Polk and state of Oregon, and
last Sunday and sweet singing birds in
next dairymen of Independence, spent bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Be- 1
D an ge r of Colds and Crip.
cages made the occasion still more
Sunday here with her parents, F. M ginning at a point which is thus located:
W E A R E IN IT .
South 14.50 chains ami thence south 53 de
pleasing. The sermon by Pastor W al
The greatest danger from colds and Lewis and wife.
grees east 31.40 chains from the northwest I
ler and the speeches by the prettily grip is the!** resulting in pneumonia.
Our fine, new displn> rooms— none finer in the state,
Phy Ward has a position as engin
arrayed little folks were greatly enjoy If reasonable care is used, however,
thence east 10 09 chains to the division line 1
and Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy eer at ilie Charter Oak saw mill. The of said claim, thence south to the south boun
2 6 9
W. A. Ayres was chosen administra
taken, all danger will be avoided. mill is situut’ d on the farm of H. ami dary of said claim, thence north 85 degrees
W alker Henry and wife ate visiting Among the tens of thousands who A. W ing and began cutting lumber 14 minutes west 10.12 chains, and thence
tor of the Robert Farley estate under
or pay a cent
north 58.27 chains to the place of beginning,
$5,000 bond and the property was ap his brother, Dudley, alter 19 years ah have used this remedy for these dis for this season last Monday.
for enough of Ihe finest furniture polish
containing 58.79 acres, more or less, together
praised by F. E. Myer, E. V. Dalton sonce.
to rejuvenate your entire house.
eases we have vet to learn of a single
Last Sunday Mrs. D. M. Hewitt with the tenements, hereditaments and ap-
and W. F. Nichols.
1 purtenancea thereunto belonging, or in any
ve a a fa
Robert and Winnie Duncan have case h iving resulted in pneumonia, gave
m ily di
d in n e r at her beautiful ¡ri*» appertaining.
A. J. Haley was made administra been over from Salem, visiting the old which shows conclusively that it is a borne in houor of her birthday.
Dated this 27th day of March, 1903,
certain preventive of that dangerous
tor of the Barah E, Fisher estate, the folks at home.
J. T. FO R D ,
Sheriff of Polk county, Oregon.
J. O. Slant#, wife and daughter, of
property to be appraised by J. H,
disease. It will cure a cold or an at
Next door to Jos. Meyer & Sons.
Ray Shepard who has been doing tack of the grip in less time than any Airlie,visited the family of Jasper Bug
Hawley, F, Y . Mulkey and Ira C. Pow
electrical work in Portland, has come other treatment. It is pleasant and ley Sunday.
home to assist his father in shipping safe to take. For sale by the Wilson
The sale of real property of the E.
J. J. Leveck is building over 200
E. Harritl minor heirs was confirmed
rods of wire fence.
T0T1C* IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UK-
Misses Lena Phillips and
The A. H . Palmer estate was closed
M. M. Jones has leased the farm of ministrator of the estate of A very I). Babcock
OAK M IL L VICINITY.
Skaife came over from their school at
and the executor discharged, and the
J. R. Hubbard near Hu ver. W e dis deceased, ano Monday, May 4th, 1903. at 1
the capital city to spend Saturday and
R. It. Riggs is hauling tile fer cul like very much to lose the Joms fam o’clock, p. hi., of said day, at the county court house,
flame action wn« taken in the matter
Sunday among us.
of Polk county, Oregon, has been fixed by Hon, J.
of the Christian Pehrson estate.
ily out the community near Silver
THE POLK COUNTY ITEMIZER
OCR STAFF OF RUSTLERS- i
M IL IN E R Y
O P E N -IN C
SATU R D AY
M ARCH 2 8
M R S. H. H. C H A C E
T h e Saturday
E v e n in g P ost
SALEM SI E M LAUNF! RY
W H AT?
The House Furnishing Co.,
Stores: Salem and Albany
Capt, Clarke has been our Sunday
LoUghary was chosen admin
of of the Reuben Glaze estate school bible class teacher for several
F. Nichols, F E. Myer and E. years. His nephew, Lawrence Marsh,
expects to soon leave.
were ap|>oiiited appraisers.
Coons had been paying too frequent
The final Account of the Avery I).
Babcock estute was set for hearing and too fatal visits to W . B. Duncan’s
hen roost. He decided to retaliate
and at 10 o’clock at night started out
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Our new railroad is now on its own with some of the Lincoln hoys in
leg», as its engine is hauling tics and search of coons. They treed some
bridge timbers from the sawmill to thing, half a dozen guns were fired at
the round house. The Johnson saw it, and down came a neighbor’s cat—
mill will furnish them at least 160,000 threatened lawsuit luring the sequel.
feel ol lumber. Half a mile of track
It Saved Hia Leg.
is laid and it will be pushed ahead as
P. A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga..
fast as trestliug can he constructed
across the low places. J. C. Talbot, suffered for six months with a fright
who has had so much to do with ef ful running sore on his leg; but
forts to g e t a railroad to Falla City, is vrites that B uckle»’« Arnica Halve
in charge of their pretty engine No. I. wholly cured it in five days. For ul
cers. wounds, piles, it’s the best salve
in the world. Cure guaranteed. On
ly 26 els. Hold by ail druggists.
and P ills
D. K Brannan lias been
out a lot more fruit trees.
Everybody shearing goats.
L. I. Burnell bought two tine
horn roosters from 1 V. Lynch.
will gain un excellent family.
Percy Lewis, who is attending busi
ness college in Salem, visited his par
ents Saturday and Sunday.
E. Sibley, judge of the county court for said county,
as the tune and place for the hearing of the same
All |»arsons interested in said matter are hereby no
tified to appear at said time and allow cause, if any
there be, why said account should not be approved
and the account settled and closed.
Dallas, Oregon, Mch _’4. 190S
C. W. BABCOCK,
Administrator <.f the estate of A very i). Babcock,
On Saturday B. F. «Smith and Tracy
Stoats attended a meeting of the!
Mrs. Mary Miller, Armand Guthrie hoard of directors of the Luckiamute I
and Chester Guthrie will each build a Rural Telephone company at Mon
R E M O V A L N O TIC E .
house this summt r. The last named mouth
is now putting up a temporaay struc
I have moved mv stock of woven
Itev. T P, Haynes is cutting wood
wire fencing from 59 State street to
for B. y . Smith.
the new »tore 6 0 Court street, • ne
T ra ge d y Averted.
Dave Critehlow, of your city, was door west of J. J. Dalrymple’s store. •
'Must in the nick of tin»» our little teaming in this vicinity Monday.
W A LTER M ORLEY
hoy was saved’ , writes Mrs. W. W at
George Bronson, who has been at- j
kins of Pleasant City, Ohio. “ Pneu
S alem F e n c e W o r k s .
monia had played sad havoc with
him and a terrible cough set in be has secured a good position as sten
sides. Doctors treated him, but he ographer in Eugene,
grew worse every day
A t last we
A. A. LindeniAn is building a sub- j
tried Dr. K in g’« New Discovery for stantial wood shed.
DALL AS COLLEGE
Consumption, and our darling was
saved. He’s now sound ami well.”
His many friends 4*^^
Everybody ought to know it’s the on in the Airlie store
ly sure cure for coughs, colds and all are glad to Ree him behind the count
Courses not Excelled in the State.
Guaranteed by all er.
Piano, Organ, Harmony, Composition
druggists. Price 50c and $1. Trial
P IO N E E R .
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Goats are being sheared.
FAL L S CITY.
C W . K A N TN E R , d i r e c t o r .
Wm Nesmith has been up from
Stilli). in dormitory.
Derry buying some of Frank Butler’s
ia sura to
E. J Reynolds his sold his farm to
A. B Brown, who will move the Rey
S a tla fa c tio n .
nolds house over to his ride of the
E ly ’* Cream Balm
Arthur Traglio is cleaning out his
Com* to mint people and cauie many
trouble!,— pim p le, boile ami otlu>r strawberries.
Mr. Peck and wife, from Michigan,
eruption., be.idee lose of appetite,
that tired feeling, fils of blllouiueaa, are living in the old warehouse on
He iry Fuwk’s place.
Indigeation and headache.
The eooner one geta rid of them the
Mrs. Rebecca Skinner is recovering
Better, and the way to get rid of them from an attack of grippe.
and to build up the ay.teiu that ha.
.uffered from them 1. to take
Henry Fern is farming the Albert
Meier farm just south of Dallas.
Mrs. M. A Chapman is home Again
after having sp ml three months in
S S P R IN G
v Largest Stock in Marion
H County to select from, comprising all that is new and
nobby in spring head wear. We have made it a point?
to clean out all except new lines, and they are all gone
now save a few dozen, and here is the way they will!
A few dozen
$2.50 AND $3 HATS
to be cleaned out.
While they last you may have
YOUR CHOICE FOR $1
Ira Melirling is adding a porch and
Henry Fawk is get ring ready to kitehen to his residenc.
Forming in combination the Spring
Medicine p a r excellence , of unequalled build >1 new barn on his place here.
J. R Ford will vLB Southern Ore
strength in purifying the blood as
Frank Holme» has becii putting up gon relatives for a change of air.
shown by unequalled, radical and per a new wire gate.
W. J Keeney, near Hiigarloaf, lost
manent cures of
L. A. Williamson ami wife, of Mo- two horse« and eight cattle while the
1 Coy. P|a»i»t Sunday at the Chapman j »now had all the grass covered
S c ro fu la
S a lt Rheum
• c a l* H a n d
B oila, P im p ln a
The Falla City hand ami a number
A N K in d # o f H u m o r Paorfaalo
Doug Gibson, who it at the Salem of ladies gave Frank Butler and wif**
I P o is o n in g
R h o u m a tla m
hospital, is a little better.
1 » pleasant surprise the other even-
D y s p e p s ia . Etc
I»* »* H o lm « rsnie up from Port I " « . A,ler * ’ V'4?1* of
.. Accept ao substitute, but bo sum to l.iml lo
Sin.il iv with I... Until,.
‘•»"> " " » ‘I >>«i1 *
Before leaving they were
f i t H ood’s, and get it today.
The four families that arrived here 4 weighed, the aggregate beiug 3 tous.
C iv e s R e lia i
at O n e «.
» o t h e i
md hetie the riiaeaaed
lembr&n«. I lr u r r * u
irrh and drives »way a
ohi in the head unh-kly.
> is absorbed
* ■ ta tin mem
« o f U O b m m I n n II. Full
rti-ito m t<_________
Trial «n e. 10
sLe .«U cent» at d n i f f U t l or j j nuil
ELY RKOIHKKM. flt w « m > B lw fl. New York
B Y G E T T IN G
A C A M E R A N O W .«
P ric e s $1 and up.
P F E N N IG ,
Jeweler and Optician.
W IL S O N B LO C K .
A $1* overcoat for id. Other winter overcoat*!
amt suit* at similar reductions. Good interest gfg
on your money to buy for next fail
SALEM WOOLEN MILL STORE!
Opposite Capital National bank and head
quarters for Salem made blankets, flannels
clothing, Indian robes, and ladies suitings.