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THE POLK COUNTY ITEMIZER OUR STAFF OF RUSTLERS-
PALLAS, FR ID A Y, SEP. 2 5 . 1903.
V K U N iB E v ir y F riday Moan in » A t 7:80.
A S H
W H A T T H E Y HAVE T O SAY A BO UT
T H E D O I N G S IN T H E C O U N T Y .
A n U n e q i . a l ' e d a n d C o m p l e t e Re
s u m s of w n a t Y o u r F r i e n d s are
a n d Hava Been Lately D o i n g .
m o ra m o s.
, Y ou K n o w
W h a t You Are Ta k in g .
O ver-W ork Weakens
Unhealthy Kidneys Hake Impure Blood«
All the blood In your body passes through
your kidneys once «very three minutes.
The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fib
ter out the waste or
Impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
cf order, they fall to do
Pains, aches snd rheu
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
When you take Grove’s Tasteless
Chill Tonic, because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle, show
SU BSC RIPTIO N K A T E S :
ing that it is simply Iron and Quinine
And every other thing that
«1 5 0 ............................................ Per year in a ta-teless form. No cure, no pi y.
is usually carried in a first
| 7 5 ......... ..................Per six months Price, 50 cents.
4') .......................... Per three inontha
class implement h o u s e . kidney trouble.
Ailvei tiding ratea made known on
We have the Studebaker Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
application. Correapoiuleuce iaaolicit-
beats,.and makes ore feel as though
the Tribune bi heart
Mrs. Klein and family will return
they had heart trouble, because the heart 1s
Fine Jo b Printing done at reaaonable to Portland Monday.
cycles, the Sharpies tubu over-working In pumping thick, kidney-
blood through veins and arteriea.
lar cream separators, the poisoned
Hoppickers are returning home.
It used to be conaidered that only urinary
Mr. Smith had 1,150 boxes.
McCormick harvesting ma troubles were to be traced to the kidney«,
but now modern science proves that nearly
l'reaident Polings brother, Rev. L>.
chinery, and wo can sell | all
Mr. and Mrs, Miller are ta k ng of
constitutional diseases have their begin
V. Poling, has been down from The going to the hot springs next week.
ning In kidney trouble.
Dal lea on a visit.
If you aru sick you can make no mistake
commend and stand by.
Mr Koub is dangerously ill. He
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
Lark Halls daughter, Opal, is teach was overcome with sulphur fumes
the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer’s
ing in Portland and Paul belt is while drying hops.
Sw am p-Root, the great kidney remedy is
atudying free hand drawing there.
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
Several from this part of the county
255 259 Liberty street, Salem, Or.
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
The Dallas camp of Woodmen is 9
will attend school in Salem this wint
and is sold on its merits
years old, has over 200 members and
er— Rev. Thompson, bert Clanfield,
by all druggists in fifty-
lias had but one death, that of W. J .
cent and one-dollar «iz-|
Ella Oviatt and George Payne.
mother is dangerously ill.
es. You may have a
Mr. BVgeway with his hounds and
A great many Indians have b» en sample bottle by mall
Remember the big auction sale of
also pamphlet telling you how to find
stock, farming implements anti house-
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
nold goods at C. D. Purviuea south of
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
came back with nothing hut a coon.
The annual conference of the M. E. 6t Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
A R e m a r k a b le R e co rd .
Do not make any mistake, but re
T . W. Britnk of Eola now owns per
Chamberlain’» Cough remedy has a ber 30th, Mrs. Frank Butler has
haps the finest Poland China sow in remarkable record. I t has been in been chosen as lay delegute from the member the name, Swamp*Root, Dr.
Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, and the ad
He bought her a month use for over 30 years, during which church here.
dress, Binghampton, N. Y . on every
ago in Ohio at $825, and witliiu -an fiine many million bottles have been
HiS LIF E SA V ED
hour refused $1,000 lor his bargain. sold and used. It has long been the
He handies fine swine, fine sheep and standard and main reliance in Lite |
By C h a m b e r l a i n ’ s Coll o, C h o l e r a
treatment of croup in thousands of
and D ia rrho e a Remedy.
homes, yet during all this time no
that time has won hundreds of prizes.
L. Byer, a well known cooper of Five year» ago she won first premium
case has ever been reported to the
manufacturers in which it failed to this town, says he believes Chamber with a dibtrict exhibit representing
effect a cure. When given as soon as lain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Polk and parts of Yamhill and Mat-
To health and happiness is 8crofula— the child becomes hoarse or even as remedy saved his life last summer. ion counties, and has four times rep
He had been sick for a month with resented the county with displays,
as ugly as ever since time immemorial. soon as the croupy cough appears, it
what the doctors call bilious dysentry
It causes bunches in the neck, dis will prevent the attack. It is pleas and could get nothing to do him any each time winning a premium. She
ant to take— many children like it. It
was helped this time hy .in appropri
figures the skin, inflames the mucous
contuins no opium or other harmful good until he tried this remedy. Il
membrane, wastes the muscles, weak- substance, and may be given as conli gave him immediate relief,” says B. ation oi $100 from the county court,
and spent about $200 in making the
enf tbe bones, reduces the power of deutially to a baby as to an adult. T. Little, a met chant of Hancock, collection. The next exhibit which is
resistance to disease and the capacity For sale by the Wilson Drug com pa* Maryland. For sale by the Wilson ittra iting the most attention .is the
for recovery, and develops into con ny.
Washington county display, which is
marvelous and complete.
**A bunch appeared on the left aide of
m y neck. I t caused great pain , was lanced,
Numerous hop pickers are passing
and becam e a running sore. I went Into a
J i n Harris is hauling st~aw from through on their way home.
general decline. I was persuaded to try
has been very sick.
Hood's S a rsap arilla, and when I bad taken
•lx b o ttles my neck was healed, and I have
C. C. Fishback, returned home
Miss A rna Ritner has been quite
Miss M. L Hampton is home from from Yamhill county Monday.
never bad any trou b le of the kind sin ce."
her school near Kernville.
M b s . K . T. S k t d e r , T ro y , Ohio.
Forest Barnes is kept quite busy
Hops yielded well and had but lit
Hoppickers are coming home and
hauling wood and posts to Monmouth. tie mold.
report the road in a very bad condi
a n d Pills
Our school will begin the 5th of
Mr. Miller gave his hop pickers an
rid you of it, radically and per-
October with A. J . Shipley as teacher. oyster »upper.
YLAiuiut’v, as they have rid thousands.
mountain last week to help grade the
Paul Ronco and his three children
Will Herron and wife are home
again from Black brothers threshing made over $100 picking hops.
Guardian’s Sale of Real Property. The road over Chandler mountain, machine.
Mr». Sarah Price and Mrs. Troy
south of Sugarlnaf, is a disgrace to
C. Brooks and wile, of Troutdale, Turner attended the state fair.
NOTICE I S H E R E B Y G IV E N T H A T
are visiting at the home of his mother,
Bear and panthers seem numerous
purxuant to an order of the county court of before some accident occurs.
Mrs. J . Bath.
Folk county, Oregon, duly made and entered
and are killing goats and sheep.
of record in and by said court on the 22nd
Alice McDougal, of Dallas has been
O reg o n ian and Ite m lze r for 92.
day of Auguet, 1903, I, an guardian of the
Old Mr. Arnold and wife avcrHged
employed to teach the Antioch school
persons and estate of L. K. Willis and Kath
The one gives the news of all the west of this place.
eight boxes of hops for fourteen d a » .
erine W illis, minors, will on the
world and the other of the whole of
2 6 t h Day of S e p t e m b e r ,
W ill Miller’s fatherinlaw Mr. Me
Foriest Barnes captured a large
Polk county. No Polk countian can
1903, a t the hour of 1 o’clock, p. m., of sai l get a more newsy combination.
Collon has come from the eust to
day, sell at public auction to the highest bid
spend the winter.
der for cash, the following described real price of either paper alone is $1.50, mouth the other evening.
property, to-wit: Beginning at a point on but you can ge» both for $2 in ad
While Paul Hunter and Carl Fen
Mrs. A B. Ohms is hauling her
the south boundary line of the donation land vance. The time has come when all
claim of Robert W . and Rebecca Hamilton who would he up will) the times in prunes to Independence having sold ton were pouring some melted metal
in 1 7 », r 3 w of the Willamette meridian,
into an old machine near Falls City, it
them for 50 cents a bushel.
10.10 chains east of the southwest corner of general knowledge must read news
exploded, »cu e going into Paul's face
said claim and running thence east 8.88 papers
Now is the time to arrange
and some over the clothes oi Carl.
chains, thence north 23.875 chains, thence for winter reading. We can also fur
I was afflicted with catarrh; could
west 8.38 chains, thence south 23.875 chains
to the place of beginning, containing 20 acres nish the Portland Semi weekly Jo u r neither taste nor «smell and could hear
R ICK R EA LL.
of land iu
in Polk county.
county, Oregon, sale
said sale to nal with this paper for $2.
but little. Elys cream Balm cured it.
he at the front door o
of f the
‘ court house at l)al
has returned to
— Marcus G. Hhautz, Rahway, N. J.
lax, Polk county, Oregon.
FALLS C ITY .
Cream Balm reached me safely and Portland.
Dated at Dallas, Oregon, thin 25th day of
Mark Burch had tonsilitis, but Dr.
Gilbert Tyson is out again after his the effect is surprising. My son sav»
L. MAY WILLIS,
the first application gave decided re B u lltr cured him.
Guardian of the pernonn and estate of naid severe illness.
Miss Aurelia Burch has returned to
Mrs Elsie P r y fs visiting h* r Freeman. Dover, N. H. The Balm
; fuihei and mother.
«Ions not irritate or ca ’se sneezing. the state unuersity,
Mr and Mrs Grant and family are Hold Lv druggists at 50 cents or m til
W illis Simontoii and wife have been
o ’ bv Elv Brothers, 56 War on St.. among kindred here.
' going 'o Rock creek.
N w Yoik.
Mrs. N. S. Burch and Linn Nes
Si'vei d new houses are being built
O E r tlA N D S C O N S I D E R A T I O N .
mith are in Portland.
POLK AT S*TATEFAIR.
and w» are to have a bank.
Tnere aie two kinds, practical and
C. A Miller says there is talk of e s
Last Thursday’s Statesman »avs:
Mrs Kunsman, of Southern Oreg-
ornamental. Th« former should be
•e nred by everyone, because it may on, is visiting her mother Mrs. Thorne. Gr at inh rest is being centered on tablishing a First N ilional bank here
t e excellent county exhibits. The
be put to use quickly. The latter is
Hop men are feeling tine over hsv
F a dn’,ph Butler and Henry Pfund- i magnificent, prizes aggregating $1300.
désirable, but tho former is essential.
I hoefer have returned to Dallas college. which was offered by the board for ing secured their crops so nicely and
O I courses are arranged with a view
the prospects of good prices.
to usefulness. We do not dabble in a
Harold Hart, of Dallas has been ' countg exhibits, have brought forth
Mrs. Dr. Connoway and G. A.
little of everything, but devote our en visi'ing Randolph Butler for a few the beat products which can be pro
duced in the fertile soil of the great Washburn and a nily, have b<*eu via-
ergies to conducting a firstclass busi days.
est agricullual state in the union, and itiug at the home of W. E . Clark.
n e s s school. Living expenses low.
Rev. B. A Bristol and wife have to the ordinary observer there does
Send for catalogue.
left to visit with her parents at Eu- j not seem to be much chance for a de
Carey Howe has been up from Port
C A P ITA L B U S IN ES S C O LLEG E
cision as to which is best. The grand land on a visit to tbe old (oik, at home.
SALEM , OREGON.
Mrs Louisa Murphy has received a paviliou has many times been filled
Miss Jessie Bryant is to teach at
W . I. S T A L E Y , P R I N C I P A L .
telegram from California that her j to overflowing with exhibits in the Kails City in place of Mr. C. L. Hop
contest tor the premiums offered, but
never before presented such a splen kins, who is in poor health.
did appearance as at present. Poor
Ous Martin and Dick Daniel have
specimens have aiT been eliminated, been at Buena Vista painting tbe
and the apace fill with the choicest new public school
f t f tf t f tf t f tf t f tf t f tf t f tf t f tf tf t
which it ia possible to produce or Odd Fellows hall there is being ma
make. Yesterday George Coate. pro terially improved.
fessor of horticulture of the Oregon
Agricultural College, who was chosen
by the board to award the prizes in
the county exhibits, spent a busy day
inspecting vegetables, fruits and grains
ami after great deliberation, awardee!
W h represent »11 lluit ia strictly new uml uptndate. Onr
the cash piize» as follows: Polk
nierelmmlisr this season l as been selected with the ut
county, first. $300; L in n ,$250; Wash
most care. You will be convinced by a call of these Iscts
ington, $200; Marion, 150; Lane, $100,
Douglas $100, Yamhill $100. Union
ion county was not given a place be
cam e the exhibit did not Arrive until
F or Your clothing th is fait. W» handle
Yon will fimi all Itati aeaaon'a m wllest «ar-
after the awards were made. The
At’ter * famous tin» beat in »t>le, At and
ni«nts repreMiitml in Zi beline, K ers»ys,
c rner occupied by "Old Polk” coun
¿folto ix, e tc ., for latito«, minte» ami ehi Ut
rcn tmule up in thè inont atyliah dentina a t
Suit» from 9 9 .50 to 917.60.
ty immediately became the center of
to renreaent everv pur»«,
OverouM»lrv>m 96-50 to 920.
Or A prie»»
a t rAction, and the expression was
t 94.50, $6, 98. 9IO, 912 SO,
Kvery fnrm en i w >r ran ted to fiv » satlsfac
general that. Prof. Coate had render
915 to 925.
ed a wi-e derision, aa the wonderful
display really deserved first place.
Mrs F. A. Wolfe, of Falls City, gath-
eied tbe display from Polk’s choicest
produc-a, ami her success is partly
Cotnpri«« all th » new weaves in fane' mix
Press trimmintf» arrived this week. Nov
tu r»« Zebilines, suiting*, e tc . A lt'kinds
elties «*f everv deerriptkm . New Y ork ’*
ilue to her extraordinary taste in ar
0 1 black drew good» nsw ready
latest fads ahown bere. Not onljr uptu t T r
ranging the display. In thia she w * n
in«p»rti*n. Price» are tower titan else-
date, but a d a t e a h e a d .
a »via ted hy her charming daughter,
Mi.-» Bella, who now presides over the
blue ribbon corner. In the exhibit
Csrcfnlly «xstnin« Ihs »hove
New under wear.
Ntw silk and wool w aists.
O are twenty six specimens of dried rnprrnmts the R-d 8t«r brand of fin«
New u n derskirts.
fruits, over 21K) specimens of canned family shoes. There is something ex
New cotton fabrics.
New sr dking sk irts.
New table linens, etc.
Nsw ribbons, etc.
fruit», 50 varieties of >*t», 70 of wheat, tra nice for every irem ber of tbs fam
80 different kinds of choice potatoes, ily and at pricee lower than yon would
betides innumerable fresh fruits and expect. Be sure to carefully examine
vegetables. A ladder 20 feet high is l and price them before buying your
built entirely of twelve kin U of wheat | fall f.iotwear A better line of goods
An immense Liberty bell in the cor | for lira money wae never brought to
ner, suspendt d from the ceiling, at I Dallas.
sim.dy ask for Red Star
AUKNT* FOR BtTTTRU R S PAT
tracts »he most attention. ! l ia com »ho«» and the clerks will know what
I T hK N » Zt'IM L'K lPTIO N » TAKKN
posed of oats with a wheat cUppsr, | yon want. Again look at the cut and
i FOR T H Z PIXIN KA TO R
and the crack in one side has not been show it to your neighbor* and most
omitted. Mrs Wolfe is an old hand likely you will at least come and rce
at the business, having !>een a con I goals.
•taut exhibitor at the state fair for the
E LL IS A K K Y T
past thirty-three year», aud during
F. A, WIGGINS
An A ncient Foe
H o o d ’s Sarsaparilla
o Bee-Hive Store! o
In Bur Cloak Department
® Our New Dress Boods
in Elegant Line of
% WHEN rou SEE IT t l THE BEE HIVE, IT IS HI6HT.
T IE BEE-HIKE Store
H O W IS T H I S .
We offer $100 reward fur any case
of catarrh that cannot l*i cured by
H.dl’s Catarrh Cure.— F J . Cheney i
Co., Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the List 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in nil
business transactions and financially
able to carryout any obligations made
by their firm.— West A Trims, whole-
sole druggists, Toledo. Ohio; Walding,
Kinoun A Marvin, wholesale drug
gists, Toledo. Ohio.
Hall’» Catarrh cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly up, n the blood
and mucous surfaces of the »ysfct m
Testimonials sent fr\e. P rice75 cents
a bottle. Hold by all druggists.
Hall’s Family pills are the best.
Come to this office for trespass-
notices to keep hunters off your land
Sheriff For i and wife and Mr. K.
Cad well’have been to the metropolis,
II iss Emma Ludwig will go to Cor
If your plow dont run to suit you
vallis to work iu the tailor simp of
take it to Blacksmith Smith who Inis
had thirty years of experience right
T W. Brunk, of this county, took here. He will give your »hare a hard
*ught premiums of Poland China hogs » ven temper making it last better. ^
at the state fair.
In 1889 the hop market opened at
After next Wednesday it will be
lawful to shoot china pheasants aud Scent», in 1900 at 13, in 1901 at 10,
last year at 21 and now at 23. Nearly
other similar birds.
ah the Oregon crop this season is
Whisky make» such brute* of many good and growers are apt to come out
mon that they abuse and neglect away ahead.
their families and ignore their obli
J . B. Stump of Monmouth, T. W.
Brunk of Eola and Hawley it son of
Fine new millinery of all kinds may McCoy t»w>U a good share of the sheep
be had at the store of Mrs. Chace. premiums at the state fair and Wm.
Mi»» Jennie Muscoil is as&isting in Riddell of Monmouth, was awarded
the trimming department. Opening • even prizes on goats of different class
Day mude a fine impression.
's . Mrs. M E. Weaver of Dallas put
The South Methodist annual co n five pictures on exhibition and brought
ference was held at R jsebnrg last home four premiums. The birds ex
hibited by Mrs. L. L. Whiteaker of
week and ministers known here were
Independence were thought worthy of
stationed as follows: Presiding Elder
Fitch goes to the Koseburg district, several prizes.
being succeeded by Rev. Henry Spies»,
of Corvallis, Rev. T . P. Haynes re
turns to Lewisville and Independency
Rev. J . W. Craig to Oregon City, Rev.
D. C. McFarland to Lebanon and It* v
R. A. Reagan to Coquille, leaving Dal
las to be an pplied
c a all t a f i n
a S t r a in .
Ralph Butler has h*en spending the
bumimr with a sister at Lnkeview.
Misses Ola Grant and Ethel Gwinn
have been among Portland friends
Bert Aldeman. of the Bethel hills,
married Miss Anna VV heeler, of Salem,
and they »pent the hop picking season
on the Lucien Frazer place in charge
of G. E. Davis.
Many of tho Grand Ronde Indians
who picked hops here were from 7o
to 80 years old and were well acquaint
ed with the pioneers of this country,
having been on the reservation since
Many children in this country have
earned enough within the last month
to pay for all their school books unu
all their clothing and their mothers
have made enough to add many a
its stag»« there
should b« cleanliness.
E I j’s Cream Ralm
Th o Renewal
Vacation is over. Again tin» school
hell rings at morning ami at imon.
G L. Zumault west of Monmouth j Again with tens of thousand» the
is thinking of putting out live acres li-mleM kind of work has begun, the
| of fctrawberries.
renewal of which is m mental and
Meiser A Meiaer have a handsome j physical ►train to all except the m- at
line of new stationery and there is the rugged. 1 he little girl that a few days
a.,o had roses in her cheeks, and the
place to buy pchdol supplies.
lit tie hoy wh* se lips were then ho red
Mrs. 8. W. B esc-ing has gone to !*♦• y o u would have iusUteff that they had
with her sick daughter. Bertha iu I been “ kissed hy strawberries,” have al
Portland and Mrs. ileury M'iscntt j ready lost some thing u! the appear
went there Tue&day.
ance of health. Now is the time when
Clerk Loughary, Postmaster Coad j many children should be given a ton
and Blacksmith Rowell have been ic, which may avert much serious
trouble, and we know of no other so
squandering time, bait and amm uni
tion over in the Salmon River count highly recommended as Homi’s Sarsa
parilla, which strengthens the nerves,
perfects digestion and assimilat.on,
Mrs. Wolfe has sold her Polk conn and aid» mental development hy build
ty state fair exhibit for $200, and it ing up the wffole system.
will he the principal Oregon agricul
Mis» Nellie Proctor, of Yellowstone,
tural cxiiibit at tlfe worlds fair in St
Park is among us.
Louis next yi ar.
cleanse«, «onth««and heals
the dissar.ed membrane.
It euros catarrh and drive«
aw \y a cold ia tho head
C r e a m B a l m is placed Into tho nostrils, spreads
over th» membrane and is absorbed. Relief is Im-
mediata and a cure follows. It i& not drying—doe«
not produce «neezing. Large Size, 50 eent« at Drug-
glits or by m all; Trial Size, 10 cent« by mail.
E L Y B R O T H E R S, 56 Warren S treet, New York
A n almost infallible remedy for diseases o f the Throat and
Lungs, known and used the world ov er for almost a century.
T O H O P IY 1 E N :
Get prices on hop wire, first car to
arrive about November l»t. Lowest
price guaranteed. W rite at once t<
W alter Morley at, Salem Fence works.
HARROW S ^
CU LTIV A TO RS
Wc have a Carload of Buggies, Wagons and Spring
Never before did we have so much or so
great a"variety of tilings for the farmers.
% All kinds of machine oil.
MISS O L L I E S M I T H
T e a ch e r of Piano and Organ
Studio room 2, upstuirs, Wilson
building, Dallas, Oregon.
W A G N E R BROS.,
FRANK K E R S LA K E
T h e Hom e Furnisher
!t Takes the Cake
Id the n»m»l favorable comment on
the Kiiperh laundry work turned out
it the Salem »team laundry. The best
of linen and o»hcr materials are easi
ly ruined hy e:ire!e»» and indifferent
laundering. We cannot and do not
hope to ret;.in your patronage by slip
shod work, and the best is none too
Every thing to make the home pleas
ant and comfortable, from a piano to
a sewing machine needle. Twenty
different makes of pianos, ten of or
gans, ami four of sewing machines.
The finest line ofeouenes and lounges
ever brought to Dallas. Parlor furni
lure, dining room furniture, bedroom
furniture, kitchen furniture. N oth
ing too expensive, nothing too cheap
for us. We accommodate the poor as
well aa the rich. No order too large
nor none too small to command our
careful attention. Drop iu aud set
the change iu the last year.
KEHSUKE'S FURNITURE STORE
J J M S T E I N i SON
54 State street, Salem,
’Phone 2,071 Main
—Mens socks, four pairs for 25 cents.
—Straw hats, half price.
—Crash hats, half price.
—Boys’ wash suits, all reduced to $1. $1.25 andj
Golf shirts, soft bosoms, cuffs to match, 75 cent!
values now 05 cents; $1 values now 85 cents; $1.50|
values now $1.15.
0.— Hoys’ waists, 50 cent values reduced to 45c;
75 cent values reduced to 05 cents.
Are paying the Highest
Pelts, Wool. Tallow, Furs,
Old Iroi, Rubber ajid Metals.
Watches for men,
women and children
For camping in the hop yards, p»n would enjoy a pair o ' on- wool
en mill blankets. No one can touch onr prices, for we gel t ... oi at
first hand right from onr Salem factorv— no wholesale house to com.
iD lor a profit. We have still
A FE W L E F T O V E R SU IT S
TO B E SOLD FO R A SONG.
A good chance to buy a good .utt for a little money.
P R IC E S
TH A T
P F E N N IG ,
SILE 3 IS 1 EIS LIMEY
Leave orders in Dallas w ith J . J . FidJec
or at the Muscott confectionery store.
SALEM WOOLEN MILL STORE
254*256 Com m ercial Street, Salem, Oregon.
T H E LA RG EST STOCK OF MEN AND BO Y S’
Jeweler and Optician. §5 CLOTHING IN T H E W ILLA M E TT E VALLEY
W ILSON BLO CK.