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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1903)
C. J. Mowrd. Editor
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Friday, July 17, 1903.
A movement is on loot in Eugene
to remove the I. O O. F. cemetery.
It is u forgone conclusion that
something should be done about it,
but when a city starts the agitation
of moving a cemetery it is indulg
ing in a serious question and one
that should be weighed carefully
before action is taken. The ceme
tery association must of course be
taken into consideration, as well as
the welfare of the city, and those
who have purchased property un
der, the eaves of the cemetery, and
who are now raising a cry for its
removal upon the ground that it is
a disadvantage to their property.
The wishes of those who have pur
chased a home for their dead loved
ones and spent much money in the
improvement of the home of the
eternal sleepers, is a prime con
sideration and must, in the name of
humanity, be seriously considered.
feugene made a mistake in, allowing
a cemetery to be established so
near, but like all thriving cities
whose record is one of growth and
prosperity, there is1 a good ex-
cuse for the executive officers of
the city of Eugene and of the so
ciety owning the cemetery, for not
forseeingtbe rapid growth of the
metropolis of Lane county, and the
extension of its boundry to the
"edge of the grave" It is a sad
and serious thing to remove the
dead from the home .made by those
who were left to mourn, whose
only( sad pleasure was! in' the
thought that tbcy had prepared 'a
resting place lor their loved ones,
that would be undisturbed as long
as Father Time should travel by
and in each cycle, rub his face
against the gTeat granite boulder of
eternity.- It 1 a serious business
gentlemen. It deserves serious
consideration. Perhaps it would
be better to close the cemetery, say
for ten years, until the first agony
of those who grieve shall have sub
sided until the bodies of those re
cently laid away are cold. Think
seriously of it. It is granted that
the cemetery is too near but death
is always near and who would
have it too far away? It is a beau
tiful spot that cemetery upon the
hill above Eugene. By the virtue
of gentle hands it buds and blooms,
and spreads perfume o'er us
all; and who of us have not some
tender thought of someone sleeping
WHY COUNTRY EDITORS OCT RICH.
The man who penned this cur
rent piece of history knows what
be is talking about. The Monoa,
Indiana, exchange says truthfully:
''After a great deal of study and
worry we have at last 'figured out'
why so many countrv editors get
rich. Here is the secret of their 1-
success: A child is born in the
neighborhood; the attending ph
sician gets $10, the editor gives the
loud-lunged youngster and the
happy parents a sendoffand gets$o.
Itis christened and the minister gets
$5, and the editor $00. It grows
and marries; the editor publishes
another long-winded flowery ar
ticle and tells a dozen lies about
the 'beautiful accomplished bride
The minister gets $10 and a piece
of cake; the editor gets' $000. In
the course of time he dies', and the
doctor gets from $50 to $100, the
undertaker gets from $50 to' $100,
the editor publishes notices of the
death and an obituary two columcs
long, lodge and society resolutions,
a lot of poetry and a card of thanks,
and gets $0000, No wonder so
many country editors get rich."
It is cold enough here this morn
ing to want some fire quite differ
ent BtNew York. How thankful
the Ortfionians ought to be that they
live in Oregon vhere it ii always
Mr. Lurch, otr prominent mer
chant, and Mr. Bean aud families
xyere visitors at the Springs and
Black Butte last Sunday. There
were several hack loads of others
and all had a very nice time.
Thenew boat was launched and
quite a number tried their luck na
vigating the river.
The young folks and some of the
old ones had a great time trjing
the speed of their bicycles on the
track, among whom was I.ily Mo
Bee from Pleasant Hill, who made
the best time of nil.
There were lots of bottles, jugs
'and cans filled wih the mineral wa
ter and hauled home for future use.
Dr. Schleef was called to visit
Mrs. Jes Beamas, who is quite sick
rbe measles are quite common
in the neighborhood.
The new store building at Black
Butte is beiug built, which will be
a tine oneand will add ;o the many
attractions of the place. The new
dam accross the river will also soon
be completed, and I understand the
whole place will soon be lighted
up with electric lights.
L. G. Moxley started yesterday
for Portland to sell souie horses.
The campers at the Springs are
all well pleased and are having a
general good time.
Charles Miller and sister. Miss
Job, of Coyote- creek, and Miss
Edith Applewhite of Eugene, are
visiting Mr", and Mrs. W. S. Miller
The Chapman and Hohl sawmill
is nearly ready to run.
Grant Harrison and family have
returned from Eastern Oregon.
Guy DeSpain was down from Bo
hemia last week.
R. W. Tapp was down to Cres-
Mrs. Will McCoy and daughter,
Iris, has been visiting her cousin,
Mrs. Will Coffin went to Albany
Monday to attend the funeral of her
Leston Briggs and wife are visit
ing Will Coffin and family.
A party of young people went
ovei to Silk Creek Saturday night
to attend the singing school.
AHiwjj Ltttir Frtn 1 Spttitl Citti
spitdtnt to Ut Bifjit
IMPORUNT BOID IHPBOTEHEKTi "
Mr, ,11m Thomas of Cottngv grove
linn h contract for the construction
of a large two story building ut Hit
Black lliitte.Mlne, which Is now about
unit completed. Thu building will l
ornate III design, of Dutch Colonial
sty lex, and occupies n sightly position
im-rlooklng the valley. Tin lower
Boor will In lined torn general com-
MODIiKN WOOM11N. .
Geo. Comer has returned from a
visit to bis old home in the' east 1
aud from the national camp of Mod-,
ern Woodmen where he went n I
state delegate. George comes" home 1
to find another honor fallen 1
upon him thtit of District Deputy j
of the'' Modern" Woodmen for the ;
south, half of the State of Oregon.:
including Lane, Douglas Coos,
Curry, Josephine, Jacks n, Klnm
ath uml Lake comities, ami will
nssume the responsibility of his
office immediately. Speaking of
the work done nt the National
Cninp, which -as held nt Indian
apolis. Ind., June 16-Ji, Mr. Comer
nid to a reporter ol the Nugget:
I he number of delegates Itom
panied by a large crowd of sight
seers went to Anlauf and played
ball with the Anlauf nine. Score
Divide 17, Anlauf 9.
A nice little evening party was
given by Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Lee
and family Monday evening.
Miss Minnie Comer was visiting
friends here the first of the week.
pnny store and the upper Moor lifted
up lor a public hall. As soon ax the J the jurisdiction were 468. while the
building l completed a complete 1 deputies mid Mine physicians, etc..
stock of general merclmmllw will swelled the attendance to over 171x1
Ik Installed. Mr. I'. V. Cooper will 'There was also an encampment of
tie-the general mnuugvr of the store, j the Foresters of degree teams, n't
Mr. .1. U. Rouse with n crew f the s .me time, (.which were there
men I rnpldlv completing the dam to compete for prizes) numbering
across Little Itlvcr. An soon ax 1 3-000 which far surpassed anything
completed an electric power plant of thc ki"d ever befote witnessed.
Willi inatni tn fnniuii i.t.v-1 ri U he prize winners were Trinity
lights and powerfor the Black ltntte ! Camp, Kansas City, with 16 in the
ti., team who won 08 per cent out of
.Mr. 1.. A. Sutherland, gvncrnl
foreman of the I) lack Hut to Mine has
li force of men eugnged In building ft
reservoir and laying a pipe line to
supply water for domestic purpose
to all the company eottnges, board
ing house, store etc. With water In
their house and electric Debt the
detitslons ol Itlack Uutte will have all
the advantages of city life.
.Mr. Win. Mnc.M aster and wife of
Portland were the guests of Mr.
Dennis at the lllack liutte Mine for
several days last week. Mr. Mac
Master Is the owner of the Until
Uutte und Cinnabar Untte Quick.
liver Mines In this district.
Mr. Harvey Taylor will shortly
begin the survey of the rood be.
tween Ulack Uutte and Cottagu
Orove preliminary to the Improve
tuent of the road for which a fund of
over $1000 was recently raised among
the proerty holders along the road
and the generous merchants of Cot
tage Orove. Arrangements aro
being made for a mass meeting at
the rnnge llnll at which the sub
scribers to the road fund will elect a
committee to take charge of the
work. It Is expected that thecounty
commissioners will come to the aid
of the taxpayers In this end and the
county by a generous donation
toward the road fund.
Mr. Wm. Harris, suterliiteudeut of
the Blackbutte mine has returned
home after three month's visit to
Southern California where he went
for his health. Mrs. Harris accom
Miss Uertrude Wllllson, of New
100 points. The proceedings ol
the meetings were nt each session,
morning, noon and night, heralded
by the grand symphony of music
which was furnished by the Wet
more Kansas brass band comprised
of 16 girls beautifully dtessed in
red uniforms. The proceedings of
the meetings in detail would be to
lengthy to rehearse, but W. A.
Northcott who has built up nud
fathered the society for thirteen
long years, desired to not be men
tioned as head consul and R. A.
Talbot succeeded him by a unani
mous vote and all officers for the
ensuing two vears were elected
-hnanimously The place of the
next head camp washotly contested
between Portland, Ore., Los An
geles, Calif.; Saratoga, N. Y.; Des
Moines, la.; and Milwaukee, Mil
waukee winning out."
IF .you want n Shoe for
real wear and comfort, one
that will fit voltr foot ami
amble you to have the very
best shoe at n reasonable priee.
Yoti should wear a Peerless.
One For You!
PACIFIC TIMBER CO'S STORE )j
Under Odd Ictlow'a Mall, Oittaje lre Oregon.
The marrlngv of Mr. J. T. Urantou
nud Mrs. Mnttle Downs, all of thU
city, which wna mentioned In last
week's Nugget, occurred at the rcsl.
deuce of the bride In this city, last
Thursday evening at 10 o'clock, Itev.
Hoyles, of the First Presbyterian
I church, officiating.
I The rooms of the bride's home
, were beautifully decorated, the at
tractive feature uf which was a
U'utitlful floral and vine arch In thc
east corner of tlie parlor, under
which the contracting parties stood
when the marriage vow was made.
Many beautiful presents were pre
sen ted to the bride and groom, and
It wns a most bnppy nfnlr. The
groom Is a man of good character, a
farmer, with a fine farm stocked und
under tiiltlvutlon two miles east of
this city. The bride Is known li
nearly every one In Cottage ! rove us
a faithful friend and companion, and
those who hold her In their esteem
wish her a world of happiness In the
new life now opening to her,
York. Is Vlsltlnir .Mrs. Ilennla nt 'tlio
Sunday the Divide nine accotn- j-niine. Miss Wllllson wits a former
school friend of Mrs. Dennis.
Mr. and Mrs. Belme and daughter
and Mr. and Mrs. Hen Lurch and the
Misses Lurch, all of Cottage Orove,
visited Blackbutte Inst Sunday,
.Mr. Rolwrt Phillips Is laid -ip with
,., . t .
l.vU .a .... ... The fol owing Is a list of those In
tension of the mala crosscut tunnel
on the ST) foot level.
Mr, Dennis Cooter, manager of the
Blackbutte mine farm and gardens
Is Justly proud of having harvested
the largest crop of hay ever taken
from these bottoms. Ills vegetable
garden Is one of the finest In this end
of the country and Is furnishing a.
full supply of vegetables not only for
the Ulackbutte mine's use but also
for all of the families living herein
the company cottages.
72 Woods & Welch have it tor Less.
As we are writing this ad the earpenters are
at work cnlargiiiK. and inakin new tables for
clothing, and adding shelving to double our shoe
stoek. We haven't added a new make of cloth
ing, "as Friend Bros', Milwaukee Wis." is, like
the old kind of religion, good enough for anybody,
but we have added the Famous 4IiNt. 7ii
School SIlOCN" which are made in Ludic's
and Men's as well as Children and Youth's, all
styles, and tannage of leather, oak bottoms and
warranted. We had to buy heavy in order to
get the exclusive sale of these shoes, and as we
handled them for years in the east, we know we
make a friend every time we sell a pair. If you
arc not satisfied with the shoes vou have been
buying try a pair of '4I)imt. 7i'. Vou take
no chance on this shoe.
H'heu i'ou See tl in our It St).
WOODS & WELCH,
Tllli TiJIKI.KSH II t'SThKltS VOU l O I'll TIl.lltK
SILK CREEK ITRMS.
Quite a congregation listened to
Rev. Bryan; who delivered an un
usually interesting sermon here
John Elliot had the misfortune to
lose one of his teams of horses by ac
cident last Monday. .
The Bond Election held here last
Wednesday resulted In a-' unani
mous vote for the issuance of bonds
for the erection of a new school
house, to be ready .for-occupancy
for the fall term. With' as good
and bright a set of children, as our
district has and a brand'riewsehool
house the next thing in order will
be the employing of an tip to date, j te oporary relief, hut it carne back aguin
gooo looKing scnooi leacner.
Geo, Comer returned Saturday
from his eastern trip. Strange to
say George still thinks Oregon is
hard to beat.
Notices are now up by authority
of the City Council ordering the
cleaning of the streets and alleys.
It is also noted that the people are,
generally speaking, complying with
the order in a very cheerful manner.
Notwithstanding, there is a certain
class, always to be found in any
place, that kicks at, everything the
city does. If the city looks dirty,
they kick. If the authorities order
the individual to clean up bis prop
erty that the city may look better,
these selfsame kickers kick, and
"sp'!runs the wbrld away." The
city has. taken the right course,
and it is to be hoped that the au
thorities will adhere to religi
ously, The city should be kept
clean, and it is pleasing to note that
the majority of the citizens desire
it, and that the kickers are grow
ing less and the town is growing
wiser better and cleaner every day.
Cottage Grove enjoys the jetju
tation of being the, best town of its
size in O.regon,. Those who Uve
here believe this and know the
reasons for. it. Wc have all the
evidence. We have-good people.
We have good business men. Good
schools, good churches. We have
a splendid forming comtnunity, and
careful, Energetic' men running
them. Our timber and sawmills
are not to be excelled, and last but
not least, Bohemia stands out as the
i-oming richest mining disirict in
Mrs. Geo. Comer is enjoying a
visit from her mother, who came
on the 3 P. M. train last Sunday
from Junction City Col. As the
two ladies bad not seen one another
for nine years, the joy of their
meeting can scarcely be expressed.
A "Shingle Social'' will be held
by the ladies of Silk Creek one
week from next Saturday eve at the
School house, the proceeds to be
used for the benefit of the minister.
Miss. Gertrude Hpgate is visiting
with Mrs. Ida Caldwell a few days.
VERY HEMAKKAHLE CUHK OK
"About sir years ago for the lirst
time in my life I had a sudden and se
vere attack ol diarrhoea," ears Mrs.
Alice Miller, of Morgan, Texas. "I not
- .. . i I : I t IT
Buffered more misery and a-ony than I :
can tell. It was woroe than death, My
husband spent hundreds of dollars for
physicians' prescriptions and treatment j
without avail. Finally we moved to I
Bosque county, our present home, and '
one day I happened to see an advertise
ment of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera '
and Diarrhoea Remedy with a testi-;
monial of a man who had been cured by
it. The case was so similar to my own
that I concluded to try the remt-dy.
The result was wonderful. I could
hardly realize that I was well aaln, or
believe it could be so after having suf
fered so long, but that one bottle of
medicine, costing but a few cents, cured
mo." For sale by Bensoc Drug Co.
vltcd and present:
Miss Bertha Stephens; .Mr and Mrs
Davidson; Miss ft IS Williams; Mrs
l- Bailey, of Eugene; Mr and Mrs
Hubbard; Mr and Mrs Ulbbs; Mr and
Mrs Howard: Mr und .Mrs Dnrrctt;
MrsSweaney;Mr John Fletcher; Mr
Itpy Urantou; Misses Boylcs; Miss
'Blanche Urantou; Dr Uosmer and
wife; Mr Warner; Misses Angles, of
itedford: Mrs Wetzel, Eflle Wetzel,
Ern! Wetzel, .Mr II (Jodard, A J God
ard, of Pleasant Mill, Ore;Mlss Bessie
fatten, of IMosby Creek; ilr Uoyles
and wife; Forest Hoyles; Mrs Hmutts
aud sou, Merle Hmutts, Miss. Islimnl,
of Lornnc; Miss Mildred Hosmer;
Forest Hcsmer. Francis Howard;
Claude and Harold Howard; Miss
Altii hranton, of WallcrvIH"
f ADMINIHTKAT01V8 NOTICK.
Notice 1 herabjr glren thattbe underiiKued
bat ben duly appointed by tbe County Conrt
of tbe State of Oregon for Lane County admin
Utrator of tbe eitate of Dana II. Cotton, de.
ceased. All person having clalmi against
laldestateare bereby required to present tbe
same to ine properly verified, as by law re
quired, at tbe office of J. K. Young.ln Cottage
Orove.Oregon, within tlx months from tne
Dated thla 17tb day uf July, 11103.
Adwlnluratorol tbe entateof Danall.Colton,
No man or woman In the state will
hesitate to sneak well of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets, alter once
trying Wiem. They always produce a
pleasant movement of the bowels, im
prove thu appetite and strengthen the
digestion. I-or sale by "Benson Drug
Heme'mber the excursion on tbe
O. & S. E. to the Red. Bridge next
Saturday. The train will .leave
here .at 7:30 a. ni., the usual time,
and return at 6 p. m.. Round trip
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Und Cilice,
Roheburg. Ore., July 13th, 1003.
Notice Is hereby given that Incompli
ance with the provisions of the Act o(
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled ''An
aet (or the sale of timber lands In the
Htatea of California, Oregon, Nevada
and WashinetonTerrltory." asextended
to all the l'uhlfc Land States by act of
CHARLES L. HANSEN,
of Junction City, County of Lane. Htaie
of -Oregon, has this day filed In this
office his sworn statement No. B4DU for
the puichase of the Lot 1, S !i NE H,
NE SE M of Section No. 0, Twp. SO
South, of Range 1 West and will offer
proof to show that the land sought is
more valuable for its timber or stone
than for agricultural purposes, ami to
establish his claim to said land before
G . F, Skinworth. IJ S Commissioner at
Junction City. Oregon on the 21st day
of September, 1003
ne names as witnesses:
I). Logan, Geo. Anderson, of Harris
burg, Oregon, A.J. Ward of Vida, Ore,.
Ol to Morton of CresweM, Ore.
Any and allpsrsonaclaimlngadvereely
the above described lands are reiue(tixl
to file their claims in tins office 011 or
before said 21st day of Heptf mber, 1003,
J, i. lisiDOKS, uegisier.
I'lCKETT, FRED At the home of
his brother. Conductor Frank l'lck
ett, of a compleated throat trou
ble; aged a years, 11 mouths and
Deceased was a native of Illinois.
He left, besides his brother Frank of
this city, who is conductor on the (1.
&K. E It. It., hfs mother, win lives
In Nebraska anil who Is supposed to
l) on her way to Oregon to visit her
sons, Mr. 1'lckett bad only recently
come to this placo having spent the
greater part of tbe 4 years since com
Ing to Oregon, In Roseburg,
Funeral services were' conducted
by Itev S. 11. Morss, at the Masonic
cemotery when) the remains were
laid to rest.
80 sudden ami unexpected it death,
the atteudeiits thinking I1I111 only
slightly ailing, camo as a great shock
not only to his brother und family,
but to the entire community. The.
Iieople of Cottage Orove are prompt
to respond to the need of help In
cases of this kind, but very few knew
of his Illness until the news of his
BENSON DRUG CO. WILL' 11 1! V IT
You assume no risk when you buy
Chamberlain' Colic, Cliolcru aud Diar
rhoea Remedy, Benson Drug Co, will
iciiimi your money 11 you are not satis
fied after using It. It is everywhere ad
mitted to hutlio most successful remedy
in use for bowel complaints and the
only one thai never fails, It Is pleas
ant, safe and reliable.
WANTED SEVERAL INDUSTRI
OUS iiersons In each state to travel
for house established eleven years
and with a large capital, to call
upon merchants and ngeuts for suc
cessful nnd prolltablp line. Perma
nent engagement. Weekly cash
salary of $1S and all traveling ex
penses nnd hotel bills advanced In
cash each week. BxK-rlence not
essential. .Mention reference and en.
cloe self-nddressed enveloiK.-. THE
NATIONAL, :SH IVarborn St., Chi
cago. BRUTALLY TORTURED.
A case came to light that for persis
tent and unmerciful torture has per
haps never been equaled. Joe Ooloblck.
of Colusa. Calif., writes. "For Ift years
I endured Insufferable nain from Rheu
matism and nothing relieved me though , I
1 iriei everytriinjr kiiuwii. i vuuin ,
across Electric Bitters and its the
greatest medicine on earth for that !
trouble A few bottles uf It completely
relieved and cured roe." Just as good
for Liver and Kidney troubles and gen
eral dell(ty. Only 60c. Satisfaction
guaranteed by Morgan A Brehniit Drug-
Bins Hut res ties I I.fite
01 urocencs 111 t-otmuc orove. iot a can nor
package of goods on the shelves but that is as fresh
as is obtainable on the market. Quality guaranteed
(lor I'flcM Are the Lowest am! Sallsfadion U Uuarantced
HAUEIS & WILLIAMS, Props.
NEW YORK RACKET STORE !
Hear S. P. Depot, Cottage Grora, Oregon
The Majority uf the voters saw tit. In semi DINOKR Jl HUMAN to Con
gress, nt the late election, llkeu ice the Majority of the people saw' fit to
elect the CW YOfK ItUC'kct StOl'l' hcadounrtcra
for low prices, and by fair treatment, aud sipiaru dealing, We expect to
hold the position we now occupy, of being the cheapest place in town.
Our titols are clean anil new, direct from eastern markets.
A. K. Sherk,
Eegar King came to towil bright 'w
and early Monday morning to do
his marketing aud stopped his team
ami spring wagon 011 Main street J
near thu linpcriiil hotel, leaving 1 CALL AND
Mui lit ,liti,.r .if III MtMuMfttl K(l(llt: W TI.-UT ITU I 11...... ..I,.- I iiiiw.itit.i
while he was away on some errand &sVvwfsV!'iV
the team became frightened at some-
thing In or near John Crowley's sa-1 1
Li. and proceeded down Third NHIIITWAH HER TKUHOlt,
"treet at anyt g but a slow gait , . ,'' , , ;
rapid flight they collided .Alexandria. Ind.. "and could hardly
In their rapid flight they collided
with .fames Heineii way's yard fence get any sleep.
Don't forget the excursion up
Row river to the Red Bridge next
Saturday. Round trip 6scts,
tearing away two sections of same
and throwing the little boy over
Into the yard. Eddie had been left
In charge of a basket of eggs to
which he clung with bull-dog temudty
untll he lauded on terra llrma and
I had consumption so
bud that if I walked u block t would I
cough and spit blood, but, when all
other medicines failed, three fl.00:
bottles of Dr. King's Now Discovery I
wholly cured ine mid I gained riS
pounds." It's absolutely guaranteed'
toi-iiruCouulis. Colds. LaOrinne. Bron-1
chitis aud airriirnatiiud Lung Troubles
foimil they were all completely , prjeo Hn, , 0o. Trial bottles frtei
'pled". Mr. King's little .Shepherd I at Morgan .Wlrclinut'a drug store.
dog Carlo exhibited almost human
Intelligence In trying to stop the
team which was running away with
his little master. When the team
started to run they threw thowngon
against a post and broke a tug.
Carlo Instantly seized It and began
pulling bick and continued his
effort amid a scries of air somer
saults ami gymnastic performances
not calculated to make a dog look
graceful, until ho succeeded In stop-;
lug the team but not until they had ,
smashed two wheels of the wagon
ami broke oveny piece of their liar-,
iiessthat would break, Carlo nnd
Eddie will practice leaps thloigli
mid air, hui-eaf tcr on a straw pile or
something else softer than it street
pavement or grass lawns.
If you want first-class, artistic
printing cal at qnemia iNuggei
The Crystal Consolidated Mining
Co. Invites bids for the construction
of a wagon road from its mlno on
North Falrvlew ,Mt. to thuChamploii
creek mad of thu Oregon HcciirltlcN
Co. a length of 7i(K feet, width of solid
roan lieu n icet. Thu contractor suc
ceeding In obtaining the contract
must file a bond with trio company
for the full amount of the contract
prlco. All bids must lie II led on or
before July 25,
Thu road must be completed with
in sixty ilnysroii the signing of the
Tho company i-esiirvi'M the right to
relect any or all bids.
, Fjiank JoitiMN. Secy,
It AW IU1 SIIOHS
Men's Fine Shoes
I keep all the best slipesand
nt prices to suit the pur
chasers. If yon wnnt bar
gains in SHOISS, see me.
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS NEATLY DONE
J put patches on ladies.' fine
shoes, without sewing. The
patches don't show. I will
repair free all shoes purchas
ed from ine thnt rjp.
Working, Niflrri; and day.
The busiest and mightiest little thing
that ever was made Is Dr. King's New
Li(e,l'ils, These pills change weakness
into strength, listles'siitbS into energy,
hraii-fag Into mental power, rijey're
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I-Orriy an per -box, Sold' by Morgan A P'd at once.
All parties Indebted to the HciikOh
Drug Co. are hereby untitled that
their accounts are due and must l
Mjis. V, II, Bkiink.