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Wayne Greenwood was
O. C. Smith for Page fence, tf
Cash paid for eggs. T. S.
Poriland visitor last week.
Many come miles to doie at Townsend Creamery Co.
Miss Claudia Coad went to
Dr. C. L. Foster, dentist, Dallas
Ite m s o f In t e r e s t F r o m D a lle s I the G ill.
Portland today to visit relatives
a n d P o lk C o u n t y .
famous and irieuds.
We want your eggs; will pay A S im p le R e m e d y t c C o r r e c t
The greatest tnmg in Dallas
excellency of Gail
M. Hayter, dentist, Bank Bid
C o n s tip a tio n B e fo r e It
S. Townsend Cream
- a meal at the Gail.
B e c o m e s C h ro n ic .
O, C. Smith for Page fence, tf
Very few people go through life with
Mrs. D. H. Upjohn was a Sa
a business visitor in Dallas Mon-
Baptist special meeting March out some dine or other being troubled
Dressmaking, 619 Washington lem visitor Monday.
day and Tuesday.
15th. W. B. Hicks and F. G. with constipation. Thousands Injure
themselves by the use of strong ca- j
Ray Boals was home
Attorney C. H. Glos, of Cor- McKee, leaders.
tliartics, salts, mineral waters, pills I
Charles R. Bennett, signs, Corvallis over Sunday.
vallis, spent Monday and Tues-
The Semi-Weekly Portland and similar tilings. They have tem-1
Mrs. N. Olmsted, of Airlie, was j ay attending court here.
Journal and the Itemizer one porary value in some cases, it Is true, j
but the good effect is soon lost, and j
R. Ringsley, of Suver, spent a Dallas caller Monday.
Miss Louise McGreggor, of year i° r on*y $1.75.
the more one takes of them the less j
Friday in Dallas.
Miss Ethel Winlock, of Suver, Albany, is spending the week
T. E. Felton, of Independence, effective they become.
Glen O. Holman, attorney at visited with Dallas friends Tues- witH her aunt, Mrs. R. D. Fisher, spent Tuesday in Dallas, attend- A physic or purgative is seldom nec
essary, and much better and more per -1
law. Wilson Bldg.
Mrs. Charles Gregory and Mrs. ing court matters.
manent results can be obtained by |
Miss Inez Swartz, of Salem. Oscar Holmes were Portland
Miss Ella Carpenter, a teacher using a scientific remedy like Dr. Cald-i
White Kid Gloves cleaned for
Syrup Pepsin. It does not hide
visited over Sunday with Dallas visitors Sunday, returning Mon- in the Portland schools, was a
10c.— Phil. Begin’s.
behind a high sounding name, but is
MR. H. W. FENSTERMAKER
what it is represented to be, a mild
of this grand laxative-tonic is
Walter L. Tooze, Jr.. Lawyer
sician, 719 Court St.
See the 1914 prices tor Ford here.
thousands of mothers give it to tiny | that it is suited to the needs of every
Rooms 8-9, National Bank Bldg-. I oars" Touring cars $625; road
infants, and yet it is so compounded, i member of the family, it is pleasant-
MisB Grace Smith visited Dallas, Oregon.
tf j sters $550 f.o.b. Dallas.—1. V. I sou of Salem, are visiting her and
contains such definite ingredients tasting, mild and non-griping. Unlike
friends in Salem Saturday.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mor- that it will have equally good effect 1 harsh physics, it works gradually and
E. D. Gronner, of Falls City, Lynch, Dallas.
used by a person suffering from ln a very brief time the stojnach and
Why use ordinary Hour when was attending court in Dallas
Collections given prompt at- nson-
the worst chronic constipation In bowel muscles are trained to do their
you can get "Prune City” ?
Friday and Saturday.
tention by J. S. Ashbaugh, con-
Mrs. Sadie Cook and family, fact, among the greatest endorsers of I work naturally again, when all medi-
Pepsin are elderly people who I clnes can be dispensed with,
Joe Brown, son of J. A. Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Gallo stable, Dallas National Bank of McMinnville, visited at the Syrup
have suffered for years and found
You can obtain a bottle at any drug
has been ill with tonsilitis.
home of A. V. R. Snyder over nothing to benefit them until they 8 to»“e for fifty cents or one dollar. The
way, of Salem, spent Monday building, room 22.
took Svrup Pepsin.
latter slue Is usually bought by fam-
A homeful of satisfaction in with friends in the city.
Attorneys John A. Carson and
It is a fact that millions of families j Hies who already know its value. Re-
every sackful of “ Prune City
Mrs. George Gerlinger and have Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin con-
M. L. Boyd, of the Itemizer Thomas A. Brown, of Salem,
are always guaranteed or money
in the house, homes like that will be refunded.
force, has moved into Mrs. Mus- were attending court in Dallas
wishing to try a free sam-
Diego, Cal., for a months’ visit
the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Damon, cott’s house, 812 Clay street.
He says he has had wonderful pie bottle can obtain It postpaid by
of Salem, were visitors in Dallas
results from the use of Dr. Caldwell’s addressing Dr. W B Caldwell, 419
R. E. Williams was up from
Born, to Thomas Watson and
Lott L. Shreve, of Condon, is Syrup Pepsin, that. In fact, he has Washington St, Montlcello. 111. A pos-
Portland, looking after his many wife, February 6th, a 10V4 pound
never found a remedy so good, and he tal card with your name and address
son. The family resides three down on his annual vacation and is
Before marriage it’s valen business interests Saturday.
glad to recommend It. The special ! on it will do.
for a visit with his sisters in
tines; afterward it is “ Prune
Brown & Sibley, attorneys miles west of Dallas.
Portland and Dallas.
and abstractors, notary public.
Phone us your next grocery
Mrs. T. C. Stockwell a n d '
B a p tis t C h u r c h ,
Mrs. Bertha Toner and Mrs.
L. L. Crandahl, of Sheridan,
daughter were Portland visitors' Baptist church, corner of
ly, C. O. D. and save you money.
was a Saturday and Sunday vis
| Church a n d Court streets. Rev.
latest styles in millinery at the this week.
street, Dallas, Ore.
— Holman & Boydston.
itor in this city.
'0 '?'611 Pay' ,)astoI\ „ ®uiiday
Get our prices on flour and
George Morton left Monday
Attorneys Butler & Butler, of
ii,00 ’ 9 '^:i, a: A ’
For the purpose of attending the court house, banks and post- '? Miller,
Independence, were legal callers
a series of sermons under the office are closed.
service, 11, sermon by pastor.
in Dallas Friday and Saturday.
auspices of the Christian church
Mrs. McNutt, of The Dalles, Is B. Y. P. U. service, 6:30 p. m.
your home and our prices are Orsdel, lumber manufacturer,
Miss Margaret Mulky and right. Holman & Boydston.
Have yQU aaked Qur prlce8 Qn Rev. C. C. Curtis left Monday for here visiting her daughter, Miss Evening service, 7:30, subject,
Miss Hallie Gibson, of Salem,
FIstella McNutt, employed in the “ A Tough Proposition,” lead by
Arrangements are being made potatoes?
visited Mrs. R. P. Riggs last wek.
the pastor. Everyone welcome.
I have a remedy for rheuma Dallas steam laundry.
in the public schools for an ap- auteed and the price is the low-
Mrs. C. H. Albert, of Portland propriate program to be given est we have seen.— Holman & tism, cramps, etc., that has
Mr. and Mrs.Charles Weather-
T o W h o m It M a y C o n c e r n :
sister of Mrs. D. H. Upjohn, is the custom of celebrating Wash- Boydston.
proved efficacious in many spoon and daughter, Grace, of
I take this way of advising my
spending a few days visiting the ington’s birthday.
T B. Handley, a member of cases. It costs but little to try Portland, spent Wednesday in unknown friend of the receipt of
it.— Geo. Medley, Dallas.
Word was received here Sat-¡the state legislature from Tilla-
his or her letter. Only a cow
Our prices are lower but our urday of the marriage in Eugene mook, and a prominent attor-
Judge Kelley, circuit judge of
Miss Hattie Smith has accept ard would anonymously attack ❖
line of goods are the same as ev of Miss Grace Townsend to Fid- ney of that place, was in the city Marion and Linn counties, was ed a position as stenographer a young woman's character as
er, the best and only the best.— gar Dayton. Miss Townsend on legal business Monday.
here Tuesday, sitting for Judge with the law firm of Brown & you have done.
Holman & Boydston.
spent several years in Dallas and
Mrg w T T
, who ha8 Holmes in a case in which the Sibley.
will ho woll remembered here
been ' visitlng
and latter was disqualified.
Mrs. Geo. H. Mitchell has been
Delmar Hedgpeth, charged win De wen iememoerea neie.
T r o u b a d o u r s A re C o m in g .
Have constant calls for farms, friends in Dallas for the past
In the case of Elizabeth In quite ill at her home, the Pres
with a statutory crime, was ac
Byron’s Troubadours, the best
quitted by a jury in the circuit 40 acres and larger, at $25 and two weeks, will return to her gram vs. Alexander Bayse. in byterian manse, but is now im
upwards per acre; can also use a home in Idaho Saturday.
which plaintiff brought suit for proving.
The Exposition Line— 1915
have the pleasure of hearing
few tracts of logged-off land.
Mayor and Mrs. J. G. Van Ors- will be in Dallas March 9th.
John Bayne, referree in bank Owners should write Douglas
3 pound Q
ftT n tT
ages for the plaintiff in the sum dell went to Portland yesterday
ruptcy in this district, was McChenev, 602 Title & Trust ? ° ffae tor 90 ctent8- Put up by J $2 000
They are very highly recom
And now is the time to see California: to live outdoors
for a visit of several days with mended by all who have the priv
among the Salem attorneys who Bldg., Portland, Ore.
F I2 the larRest cofiee house on the
and enjoy the sunshine, flowers and summer sports.
coast. Try one can—the qual-
were atending court here last
ilege of hearing them.
h e P a r s o n ’s S u r p r is e .
It is a trip you cannot afford to miss.
Christian Science services ity is there.— Holman & Boyd- It was T just
A. Thompson left Monday for
on the eve of Thanksgiving
held Sunday at 11 a. m. in new ston.
The Dallas Wood Co. is ready new City Bank Building. Sub
We desire to extend our heart
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Carter, of
the 8un8hlne he wan locate permanently in the laun
to furnish you with mill wood. ject of lesson-sermon, “ Soul.”
felt thanks for the many acts of
Good loads and good servi.e. Sunday school at 10 a. L, Genesee, Idaho, have returned to And mit ”tn the city lie walked with the dry business.
including Shasta Limited, me train of modern service,
j“ ,' ? “ their home, after spending sev- crowd,
All wood cash on delivery. Reading room same
Mrs. M. J. Cosper and grand kindness shown us during the
with all steel up-to-the-minute equipment.
era.1 days with Dallas friends. The rl'’h and the poor, the gay and the children are now residents of serious illness and departure of
The public is cordially invited.
There will be a basket social
The California and San Franclaco Expreaa Train« with
These acts of kindness makes
Fire damaged property to the Astoria while en route to Gene- Then homeward returned quite placid mett, is employed.
at Buell school on Saturday
Standard Tourist and Chair Cars and dining service
the sad blow fall with a lighter
evening, February 14th, at 8 nitrht at th e H a lleck r e s id e n c e
George Morton has accepted band and assist us greatly in
o ’clock sharp. Admission free. n ig n t at tne rianecK resilience,, Mrs. prances Mallory as re- did he find?
a position with the Portland this our sad bereavement.
Call on nearest S. P. Agent and let him outline a trip, quote Y
A good program, and everyone Levens and Academy streets, turned to her home in Portland, They made him believe it—those trusty Lumber Co., and is now a resi
E. V. Dalton.
The fire was caused by the ex- aftAr a visit of a week or more good eyes.
JL fares and furnish Outing literature on California’s famous 1
dent of Portland.
Plosion of an oil lamp Neigh- “ Yth her cousins Mr and Mrs ° n kltchen and pantry’ a real surprl8e
A meeting of the board of di bore
“ Happy Dick” Turner, for-
extinguished the blaze be- ^ j narham, Mr. and Mrs. A . W . His friends had prepared him a thanks-
rectors of the Dallas Electric. for the arrival of the depart- n^own and Mr. 'and Mrs. L. E. giving dinner.
M e t h o d is t C h u r c h .
nerly a Dallas merchant, is now
Socket Company has been called ment.
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon
The revival services closed on V
He ca,,e(l them all saints—’twas too connected with the Portland
for Saturday afternoon. Mat
I good for a sinner—
Flouring mills in Portland.
Wednesday night with a full
Dr. Fink and son A. W. Fink,
[n honor of their son, Rich- For there lay before him the fare,
ters pertaining to the opening of
The civic improvement de house and Impressive services.
the plant and the beginning of of Dallas, spent several davs the ard’s second hirthdav anniver- Breat and 8raa11-
of the Woman’s Club The church has been generally
actual work will be taken up at
the home of Mrs. J. awakened and there have been
pOR RENT—Good house, barn and
and Victor Fink homes east of entertained a party of his little And would you believe it, he heard the
1 three acres of fine garden land,
Tuesday after numerous conversions. Recep
per month: walking distance of school.
Trout fishing on La Creole and
And a neat little note, tills message did noon, February 17th, at 2:30. tion of members into the church
will be held next Sunday. The
other streams in this vicinity
used to Oregon rains, but are an(j the little guests enjoyed “Won’t the parson and wife,” 'twas in AU members are urged to be pastor will speak in the morning
tributary to the Willamette is re
plain written line,
on the subject, “ Bruising the Notice« under thia head only >/t cant
ported excellent sport during the now satisfied with the winter’s every minute of it. Those in “ With
the doctor and wife on Thanks
precipitation and are ready to vited were: Barbara Chapman,
Serpent," and in the evening on
past two weeks. Some fine
day afternoon. Those present
George Belt, Jack Grant, Miland giving dine?”
versity extension course will be “ Problem of Everlasting Punish vance. No ohona orders accepted.
catches were made Friday and cry enough.— Sheridan Sun.
were: Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Col-
Saturday, one man securing 14
nuROC HOG 8 -Bargains. 4 months |jn8t Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bach and
fine specimens of the gamy ttsh.
“ old boars, » 10 , registered, also noted M r an d Mrg George Patterson
And found it a treat and a joy to be auditorium. "Habit and Hap- all the services of the church.
This remedy has no superior fot
Two exciting boxing contests, there.
¡and daughter, all of Salem, and
The Itemizer was produced coughs and colds. It is pleasant to both of which were well worth And we heard him remark
of that plneSB will he the subject Of the
B o n d C o m p a n y Makes G o o d .
brood sows, bred.— C. D. Nairn, n e a r l y an d M rg j c s h u I tI M „ .
under difficulties last week. The take. It contains no opium or otliei going far to see, concluded the „™hanl,HKlvlnÇ dln,îerj
n u «h I
As the result of the failure of
'T. C. Stockwell and daughter,
editor was in Portland on jury- narcotic. It always cures. For sale meeting of Moose lodge Thurs- T .e c X T n e “"''
versity of Oregon.
the contractor awarded the job
Mrs. Braun and daughter, and
duty, the reporter laid up with by all dealers.
day night. Both contests were
— (Rev.)Joseph Cornwell.
There will be a home-talent of constructing a bridge across COR BALE—Cheat Hay, Shelled Oats, Dallas.
appendicitis, and on press day
—U. 8 . Grant. Dallas, Oregon.
of the three-round variety and
play and shadow social given at the Rickreall river near Dallas to
the assistant manager and edi
Today being a legal holiday
were mighty interesting while
»he Guthrie school house Sat- complete the structure in the phone 1284.
tor smashed his great toe. But
(Lincoln's birthday), all county
they lasted. Frank Tucker, of
i unlay evening, February 21st.|time mentioned in his contract.
C. Smith for i'age fence.
we got the paper out on time,
officers, with the exception of
Seattle, and Harry Coleson, of
I Admission free. All we ask is. the New England Casualty com 0
Dallas, boxed to a draw as did From Tw o Prosperous House- j that Indies bring boxes and gen- pany, the concern In which the UAY WANTED—Timothy, oat, oat and the sheriff's office, are closed.
Tommy Thomessen and Al.
jtlemen well-filled purses. Every- j contractor was bonded, has re n vetch, cheat, cheat and vetch and Mrouit court will convene again
S. B. Taylor, civil engineer, is
wives, A bou t Pcruna.
tomorrow morning. Owing to
Blake, both of this city. An
working on a most complicated
Mrs. E. T. Oad- body come and see“ Those Dread- funded $250 to the county. The clover hay. Also straw. Call or ad the large number of cases, it is
contour map of the Siletz basin.
xpected that court will remain
ton St., Portland, Oregon.
given following the regular meet-
The map embraces about nine
n session during the remainder
writes to Uie Pe
sections. Mr. Taylor has been
rlina Co., Co ¡r>iit»ed
fist for $500 as a guarantee that the TOR SALE—5 acres, all ln cultivation; <f the present week and all of
working on the map for five
lumbus, Oh i o . of candidates for the appoint- h
would be completed bv ' good house, barn, chicken houses
months and expects to have it
“Before I com
ie*o o f postmaster at Mon- June
. * 1st,
_ pavment of
,,, *?.V l,t, miles from Dallas: will sell witl
A rally of the young people’s
completed in about two weeks
months’ duration, Miss Jessie
Peruna I could ’--'Oiitb to the nostmester gener as damages to the conn tv b
so ictics of the city w ill be con
,.e Itemizer oliice.
not do any hard al: G. A. Burkbead A. H. Gra reason of delay. The eompRn-
Townsend, of King’s Valley, died
ducted on the coming Sunday,
work w i t h o u t ven, -Anthony F. Haber. Mrs.
at the home of ner brother, W. L.
There seems to be but slight
deried to accept the lattei ALED s t r a w for sale— Frank Hoi- February 15th, by H. H. Rott-
suffering great Mary Meatier, Archie Parker.
foundation to the rumor that
Townsend. Saturday, of tubercu
offer. New bids will be called fo; 1 »»»an-
pain. I took Pe
tf man. field secretary for the
sufferers find instant relief in
losis. Deceased was 19 years of
the present grand jury will con
runa and Man-
C. O. Shaw anil family have and construction work will be-
northwest of the Christian En
Mr*. E. T. Gaddis alln,
Sloan’ s Linim ent.
and can say arrived in Dallas and will make gin within a short time. The 1ROOD SOWS and p:gs for sale Call
duct another investigation to in
age. For some years past she
deavor. Mr. Rottman will speak
had been in delicate health. She
clude inspection of the county
trates t o the painful part —
in the Evangelical church Sun
me than any other medicine I •he'r home here. Mr. Shaw sue- bridge will probably tie of cou- drown.
was well and favorably known for
jail. That the condition of the
soothes and quiets the nerve >.
day morning and at 6:30 he will
have ever taken. Now I am as well feeds J. H. Braden as local agent erete and modern in every par-
county bastile needs attention is
aa ever. I do all my own work and for the Wells-Fargo express com- ticular.
N o rubbing—merely lay it on.
l o n SALE—Strictly first-elaas, high- address the union young peo
leaves a large circle of friends it never hurts me at all. I think oany. Mr. Shaw was formerly
generally conceded, yet there are
' test red clover seed, at leas than ple's society in the Presbyterian
but slight hopes held for any im
to mourn her demise. Funeral
the company's representative at
narket price.—Floyd C. Meyer, phone church. At 7:30, in the same
services were held from the
provement, despite the fact that
i. F. No. 3, 552.
building, he will give a storeopti-
Mrs. Sarah Frye, No. 10S Sylvan Poorest Grove.
From a Dallas Citizan.
several grand juries have con
home Monday morning at 11 Ave., Asbury Park, N. J ., writes: "I
con lecture, which promises to
demned the place and branded it
have no words to express my grati
TO TRADE House and lot for place be very interesting. Mr. Rott
Does It arhe, especially after exer-
tude for the wonderful cure that the Itemizer, in one of !ts front
as thoroughly unfit for the safe
in country B. Bradley, 609 Lewis man is an able and interesting
guarding of county prisoners.
R a r e O p p o r tu n it y .
Is there a soreness In the kidnev St.. Dallas.
sneaker and should be heard by
godsend to all suffering women. Pe second game between the »».,
Any one desiring to subscribe runa has done wonderful work for
all. These meeting are open to
Local base ball enthusiasts are
for magazines or papers should me.
all and all are urged to come.
beginning to listen with interest
f o r P W tlc iA
210 Court St.
"I was sick over half of my life ball team and the Conmanv L nevs
take advantage of the visit to
" I w ould not be without your IJnl-
I* danger In delay.
to the annual spring “buzz” of
men* mirl pr.ufte it to all w h o autfer
our city of Mr. W. L. Jester, the
published far and wide, aa I
with neuralgia or rheumatism or pru n o f I
the ball bee. yet there seems to
amed today th.lt the game will (Jive your trouble prompt attention lO B T -O u the public road south o
circuit Judge McGinn Tues-
well known magazine subscrip letter
an r kind.” — Hr*. H *n ry B>%h»p, b « L r u i. f
be lacking the familiar enthusi
Monmouth, a Hack 0*r Under d a y a „ o w e d B d e c re e annulling
he plaved next Thursday night,
Doan's Kidney Pills are for weal-
tion agent, who is visiting rela feel as well aa anybody can feel.
■.»■mu; louve 4* Moo:U.>U
asm which for the past two or
P aia A n C o m
instead of tonight.
p-u' I the marriage of E. E. Hiett and
| Your neighbors use and recommend Store
*' I suffered w ith Q uite a aerere neu-
three years has succeeded in
rakrie hfadach** fo r 4 nx.nth* w »th<<ut I
Minta Hiett on the grounds that
mav be seen at the offices of Dr. nearly all I could rake and scrape for
anjr relief. I lined your Linim ent fo r I
doctors, but none of them did me
placing a team in the field early
A d v e rtis e d L e tte r » .
I Read this Dallas testimony.
C O R C H E A P . COMFORTABLE LODO the
marriage was net legal.
L. A. Bollman February 16th and any good. But elnce I started on
two or t'.ree night* and I haven't suf
in the summer. Hopes of secur
fered wjth my he;*! a»ace.' —
Mrs. Marv E. Gilson, 614 Church 8 ' . ' ings near the center of the city, ad Hiett testified that Mrs. Hiett
1 4 >t»or 9 remnfnfre n s r l i l m H
17th, from 1 to 5 o ’clock.
Bmmgmr. U u r il l » . K y
your Peruna one year ago I have at
ing a berth in the proposed Wil
dreas Mr«. Lohr. 392 Salmon Street was Minta White when he mar-
* ~ y ^ w «£.V n; ;n Dallas post office February 9. ^
Treatm ents fo r Cold and Croup
lamette league have been aban
I had begun to think that I 1 9 1 4 :
ried her on June 31, 1913, and
- 1 1 »al en by others In our family
**M> littla girl, twe • ' y e a n old.
doned. as the few base ball sup
caught a eerere raid. and 1 g a r ; her j
We think they are the best kldne-
Armiral. Mr. Donald
-------------------------------- - ■ - ----- had been divorced from Henry
three drape o f Sloan < Liniment on sugar
porters in Dallas feel that the
remedy to be had. Doan's Kidney poR RENT Two fumUhed houae D w hite |n Polk county on May
on going t*> bed. and »he got up in the
Chapman Miss Minnie
“ I hope and pray you may lire long
M. . will be held Friday, Febni-
Pills act quickly on the system, rlddlnr
morning with no 4 r n t o f a cold. A lit- !
financial support here would not
tie boy neat done had «-roup and I fa r e
of pain In a short time The-
RTr 13th. Work in the M. M.
justify the expenditure of ven
the mother the Linim ent, she gave him
me. Instead of being a walking drug
Feward. Mr. C. M.
_____________________________ i alleged that the marriage was i
strengthen and regulate the kidney
three drop* on going to bed. and he gor
turing into the league. How
store I am growing fat and doing
o p m th ou M h e < rouii^n^the morning.
fihlnaberger. Mrs. Edna
IF you wan« hop pole, or fence post., violation of the law prohibiting
Vnr ss»e bv »»! dealers. Price V
ever, it is probable that a local
WMlerton £ McKain
welcome. Fiv order of the W.M. runa.”
cents Foster-MIlbum Co., Buffalo, 1 write or phone c. E. Cooper, Dniiaa, marriage of divorced
team will be organized and suf
*’ -x ?«». phone Green 51.
within six months and was,
York, sole agents for the United
WALTER S. MUIR.
Those who object t* liquid
ficient interest will be mani
Yetter, Mr. Harry
J 5 0 English walnut trssa from 3 to « therefore, illegal, and Judge M e
•in** eon now procure I
fested to at least quench the
Remember the name— Doan's—and
C. O. Coad.
T a b le t* .
fest tall, at leas than half price Ginn upheld his contention.—
ML (JUfi 1 S10AN, U l ,
take uo other.
Your Druggist for Free Psru
Dallas thirst for the national
Call phone E u t 615.
na Lucky Day Almanac for 1914.
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