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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1903)
t'roHlr o.vwtcru' nuy
Ilr. l,ov ouiil(M)itlclan Kiikuiio
u ,, l,liti Vuvu. ,
lioilk lii it. o. MmlHcii'H
Ioi'.I.'Iii IhIiiiiih prcMuiitH,
Oli'iiu wliuut for olilckcn
ln-i'lm. uttliu Hour mill.
MIhh (Ii-ulmi Clllllclllll will
.iiuimiu.v or i.oh aiikoIvh
C llurvny l.co,v roliiriicil HiIm week
from it Idiik vlxll In ANlorlii.
'iill ut tint Wave for nil kliulN o(
IicmIi ciukIIch mill hot hoiIii ilrlnkN.
An i'IckiiiiI. line of prrfiiinrH mill
tiilloncry, at Ali-H. I). II. Klclil'n
-4t jiii,jit(.jiiiU U-ftUji.i,.U.ii.sUJ.jljl,il, jiiJuitjU-iU-jJ
STOVJilS & KAJSTG-'JflSi
We have just received complete Shipment 0
A IK TIGHT HEATERS
Cnll nml Sec Tltcm mid get Prices.
Wynne Hardware Co., Proprietors.
1 -.1: 4i
Mr. HniiHoii unit fu mf l.v nrrlvril
Tiii'Miliiy (nun IVnitlcton uml In
IuiiiIh Mturllntc 11 liiimilrr. Hit Iimm
tii'i'iircii 11 Hiiitiiiilii imiiiiIIiik nml h
initlliiK In nil nucvNHar.r (iii'iiIhIiIiiuh
TlnitlMH MtroiiK; Ki'i'ilL- In "Horn"
lictwcf 11 old limit Allen nml IiIh mm
Will. When tlio old mini Hth.'iiipU
lo M'l'Htimle Will to iniirrv D0111 thp
liuy decllia-M, Hinting tlmt lie ciiiinot
to do lli-Mt cIiim work. We liopoi marry her. Tlio old initti who Iiiih
Him ftfifinlM nf fViffitiru fl. ...... ...10 1 1...... t ..11 1.1
nntrimUi' tlio nmv mid tmii-li iii-i-iti.il
ill ..1 in, , 1,. Wlll'lll H'li ll in III IMIr iulil.il
HlVllI llllllllllK" I'llll
I' IcIil'H liook nIoi-i1
Tint two nuw IioIIi'ih were In liillnl
ut. II10 Ii'iiik mid IIIiikIiiuii I.iiiiiImi'
Io'm mill (IiIh wivU.
New order of iiptoiliitu novi'lx for
tin I'lrt'iilntliiK lllirury wilt nrrlvit for
X tiiiiM ill Kuulo Hook Store..
Wniited 11 kiioiI, cnimlili1 wonimi
fur iviiernl lioitHework. (irnluim
Hotel, Ali-H, l.iiwhmiKli. 1 1 1
It.v ihivIiik: n niiiiiII iimoimt now.
II. 0. AIimIhcii will In.v iiHlde.voiir
ClirlHtiniiM priMi'iil for yon. i:.fit
V rllii or cull upon Medley Ac Allhiu
for nuy Inforiiiutloii concerning tlio
Inij Inj;, hpIIIiik or renting of property ,
Iteineinlii'i' tli now Jewelry h(o e.
(iiiiii'iiiitivd itoodH uml low pilrert.
('iri-tclinH wntcli i'.iini'liiur uml op-
.Medley At Mil ie ate mnklnj; a
NpiTiilty of milling itoi'kH, itn.l emi
fiii'liMi nil Hie lii'Mt HtoekHal IcnveMt
MIhh NIiiii OHtrmnler went to Km-
1 Ali-H. llower, motlier of Mr. U-e
Hoy WooiIh. urrlveil In ('ilium.
drove from Wlchltii, Kiiiihiim Satin-
iih 0110 wliow "will Ih law", niiucrl.v
reJortM: "Tlmt It a He; why don't
you May you won i innrry ner.
IJUICIt IIH lltllllfllllltf
from t Hit
II ro la tlio ol
J. II. Kink, of J'ortlnnd. wno In
the city ontxlay liiMt wink 011 IiIh re
turn fr( III UnmtH Phmh. .Mr. Kink
wiih itutlicrlim caiMplcH for tlio
World'H Kalr at St I.oiiIm mill uIno
Hiikv'h Hupcrl) iSconle DlMplny anil
Ill;.'li 1 Iiimh Speclnltk'H will niipclir at
the Opera Hoiiho tonight nml tomor
101V night. The Htory of Hen llur
will liu urandlr portrnpeil wltn in five-
. . . . . . . w in iru if 1 .111111 1
nil' I 1011 II1MK IT lltl IIHIICl'l (III llf I ll ..1.1 J. .' mi..' .1......
ui ....'7, . ----- lllllLVill. m:i'liurv. 1 no J'uru ninicmi
n . ' "' 1 (!" " lr"-rty. I.iiton HOK m, (nnZe ,irtHtn, will appear
account of tlio m'veio ralnn wan i 7, ..vU ...i riri mwi imv
Rketch. All the latent HOimn will lie
llliiMtrated Uy mnvlniilctui'i-H. Don't
fill to attend. AdmlHHlon: 25c; adulU
!i."c; reHorvcd BcatH 50c.
liualile to inaku tlio lnxiicctloii. Air.
l'lHk expreHiieil IiiuihiII iih verv fit,.
voralily ImnreiiMfd Willi tlio oeliren
found at tht'Ho inliieM nud will return
la about two or three weekH to make
the report and to obtain MiuuploH to
lie Kent to tlio St l.onU Kalr.
.InvcntiiM l.oduo. No. IS. K. of I'
of thlH eltv, (,'avo a plenmuit nodal at
tlio hall laMt WcdiieKilny nlnht, tlio
IoiIko'h regular moctlni; lli-Mt. A
linmher of ifiiCMtH were Invited, al
thoiluli the invitation were iimlnlv
rlrculnteil In the family rlrclc of tlio
tiovcral nieinhiTM of the order, mid a
very pleaMaut time wan had. A
.Mr. and Alrn. .lohu I. Hamilton
arrived In the eltv from New Vork
hiHt .Saturday. .Mr. Hamilton Ih
milliliter of tlietlnilivr department of ,
ilhoO. & S. 10. and hu and AIth.
Hamilton will make their future!
homo In f'ottaKe llrovc.
I A. H. Wood, chief engineer of the I
O. &. S. K., wont down to KiiKenej
; WeilncHtlay on IiiihIik'hm. i
For Cold Feet
take a neat by tlio tiro, or
iiiKe to lien wiui you one or
our Hot Water Mnga.
For Gold Hands
take moro exerclne, or Imlld
tip yoiirclrculatlon by taking
our Blood Tonic.
day aiternoon. AlrH. llower expeelH I l,'t' vUvn "'"".th: "Then net onto'
i .1 a i ... . i tMV ill yt'i til il tit lift uml nf Inliiu '
" i . t ' "-1,1 lilllinnin HIIIU lifl llfl. t I
ylilenlilij conien tho reply lmrt proKrnni wan rendered, after'
boy "Well, then I won't which IlKlitrefroHhmoiitH were nerved, !
. Then all the pent-up ono feature of which wih leo creau ' i.-nv'
iild inaii h Klven an out- mmlo In colorn unil.lei.mtlc of the, L i.on
II'MIIYM! "TIlOll iri.f infn ( I. mi- n 1IOII
i iiko ner iiointt with her hoii
the eomlnjr' winter and If the cllinnte
iiKTei'M with her, will Imlld In the
HprliiKand inukoa perniniient ri'Hl
dent of our idly.
Tlio cllinax of tho flrnt act In
"Dora" on that ChrlMtmaR day ho
Ioiikiiko, will touch a heartof Ntono.
Afier tint old man Iiiih bauliilied IiIh
hoii Will mid IiIh wlfu from IiIh home
and pri'Honcd fnruvcr, the boy looks
In upon IiIh father and irncHtH at tho
Idaho, who IiiIuiiiIh KoIiiK ' l',er ,UV,,U ,lHlli' ,,I,''mrtH'
U'o.it IniHliie.H on a hirco i1'"1 r,,yH: Sly w."u ,ln'1 '.' '!"."'
niiilieirnn mill oil tin' mnnr, idiik 111
upon you by your cheerful lireHlde,
aild tliliikliiK and thinking of old
klnilucHrt piiHt and k'i, do bid you
a .Merry lirUtiiUM anil a happy New
The pielty little liinn.. of (leo.
Coiner on Silk creek, waa mill thin
Mcel, It.v .Meillev & Alllue to a penile
into tnu go.it DiiHinetH una large
Heme. ie iiiih i no correct lileil, unit
will make money.
onlor.red, liluomiil yellow.
.Much attention linn been attracted
wIllHltir I III. tf.M.lr til. ft... 1 1
...v. v - ,,j .in, ,ii. feu mm
lino dlH.vlay of platioH ami oigaiiH on
tho lloer of the 'iiiiihIc Ktore at their
now location near the bridge. A
good opportunity Ih offered for a
Mvlretlon from Huveral luakcH of In
HlriiinentH nt HiIh writing. The
Htcady InlHlneHH of the hint few weekn
Iiiih kept ntoek coiiHtantly on tho
iiiovit. (io and hco wliut tlioy now
-To the wife of Frank Kby nn
S iioiind hoii on Dec. H.
For a Cold
'Heart . . .
! take a look Into the Iioiiiph of
I the poor, or get your liver
Into better Hhape by taking
i A GOOD LIVER TONIC.
Vou will Hud Just what you
, need at
TO MANUFACTURE MINERAL SALTS.
The Hoard of Dlrectorn of the Ore
gon .Mineral SprlngH AHHOclatlou i
held a very Important ImilncHH meet- I
lug on hiHt Tiienday evening and de-1
cldcd to at once limtall ueceisary ma-1
chlnery for extracting the medicinal 1
u..l,. f....... ,1... .ul, . ..1,1 ml, 41..
Hamoontho market. All iiweuHary . Amongtl.e many linproveincnts that
U-HtHot tho wuter and tho hhIIh It ,mVB lwe" n,ado "', ,i8 '' 11,0 P?"1
contahiH lina been gone through ycr perhaps pne of the most essential
,i, i, ..,...?!.. i fl. onci Is that of the new bake oven, now
Htall the olant. The eomiianv will ' couipleteil by the owner, T. K. I'arker,
NEW BAKE OVEN.
DIED OP BLOOD P0IS0NIN0.
(I. W, Howe, of Count Fork, who
early In the month Injured one ol
Ida lingers with li nail, died nt tlio
Cottage Grove hotel In thla city lnt
Sunday at U: o'clock after having
Hiiffored untold agonies with blood
poisoning and after undergoing nan
mat reHort tho amputation of tho
arm. It nppenrH that the unfortu
nate man md been using a box of
International (lull Halve In doctoring
Home aorca on IiIh horirH, and after
he hurt hit finger he applied Home of
the same salve to tho Injured mem
ber. Immediately pain and Irrltn
tlon Hot In and after Htiiiuling the
pain for Hovoral daya ho ennie to
town and nought the aervlcea of Ilr.
Anderson, who gave him no encour-
airellicnt. Illlt lanced the arm frmii
above tho .vrlst through the palm of
me iianu io me I'll 1 1 oi tlio tillilillo
linger, although at that time Dr.
AudcrHon told tho patient that ha
thought It waa ton late to a ivo Ufa
ren br amputation of the annul
tho Hhouliler. .Mr. JIowo continued
to grow worae and .Saturday night
summoned Dr Anderson from the
Warehouse where he bad gone to aee
a patient, to ninku hiiate aa be
wanted IiIh arm taken off. Ah aoon
as the doctor arrived he oxamtned
the patient and told him It wiih no
use, that It waa too Into. Air, Howe
wouldn't take no for an anuwar.
atatlng that ho would take tho one
chance In a thousand, and ao with
tho assistance of Dr. C'orpron the arm
waa removed at o clock Saturday
flftArnnnn. The nnttaitt milled mii.1
Wake up and buy a lilceo of f IoiI'h kindness past and gone, do bid you ' ... . . " . 1 ... 7 . ' '""V"" ; . " . .it .i.: uV.f ' ZZSr, i complete.1 by the owner, T. It. I'arker, ' waa rational, adilslmr with I.U wlf.
green enrih Hi Cottage drove and "Me'Ty . lirlstniiM and a happy New i V iT.Viii.V ii.Tii .... T.l tttno liecln Imttilnir Hie water for tho ! vl! ''a" ao. auccosafully eondiieted the I Ra attending phyalclan iih to tho
iiivit ahoiueof yiniroun. Wo will ear. Ithollltli of Deceinlier. Kvcry char- ,II,ir''et nH H""ii aa bottles, labels. ' DaKery on Main alreet. condition ami I imposition of hla
bo p ease, to hIiow on Home of the , . .. . .. . . . actor in Ih ioo'l. The plot ami llneH etc., can bo obtained. Connlderablo , . rker arrived here a year ago property. At 11:30 Sunday he died.
'"a ya In town. . .. . V.u.'... .v'..-. ". . MJ"-).'.. '.lr .. i...T.,.. Jji. J .V. .. ..H. l.,..,r,.e...e..t. wllll.., inmln lii th ''t October and puichitHc.1 the knucd- Deceased waa 55 yearn old and
AlHl.l.nv&Aln.NK. ' ' . '. " " ' V" rui."?Ji ;V. ;LVn;V '.i ".::..;V.'JV"8. "I a i , , ,,, reH,, ." " the face o opnos tlqn icavea a wife. Hla property Ih
Tho ltov..l. H. Colo of the 1111 ho , w Wi I o ur ilitied ' tlioae who areaeoklnga first clasa ' wl"c". waa tlien doing the Drea.l laisi- valued at about 1300. The funeral
IhI ui.Ih will el ver oil Hiitiilny nlirltt I or.il WM-kl. tliroifirIiil ii1! A. C'. SIiIvch. who Iiiih been among, health reaort will find tho Oregon new ot t l8 town. In talking with Mr. WIlR held .Monday and the remalna
at e M l" I ire , iectiiro on the Aledlev l!lni'. Mr Hi ker la n re, tlft' I"at two yearH. left T.ich- Mineral Springs under aklllcd , 'J'iSiJiL .wy,luli1. 11.?. J" tho Bmvejrnrd
'il,v iiji inn iiiiiiiu in I III Lilllll I WIILTU . flCVUieUt llllll 111 UXUfllCIll firtivr WIICII i i i i u i vuau wm.
llf i IIM-.IUM 1 if t I 111 tl.lf tl.l.t .111 1(f ! . I 4 I I ...til. ll t u t I
nannH,i,,hi,eT.,!:'ii h!.' llllSffi .,.,r,1,!", '-''"- ' " llll""r'"" mvoraiile c olid tlonn and Vay a' ho , '"'- WiMw the
I .Viir. ! 7. .! V . ' .i .. V-J ,M 1 1,1 1 ''- 1 with a .tereoptlcmi. 1 Ih hero to Htay. He thliikn the ell-1 .wll"H' nH,w, tUy MV
ollleo for a few iIii.vh. ' .unio u mil l. Iw IiouIpii . i hero and IiIh return will
Mih I II mmrlmii. has lie.., "l'' M V"V ,M"1."" Klvo With plenauro.
ii,.. ;. 'i r , " .' "" bivllntlon iliiiu-f about Now ,,,,., , , .
lined to tho hull c tint iiast week.
mirroring fr the effectH of too do o
contact with poison .uk.
. II. K. l.aWHon Iiiih hoIiI out IiIh
furniture liuslne.s In this city, and
him accepted a position wlt'i the
I'araillu l'aliil (.'()., of Portland.
Tho men washing gravel for tho ' thm Church. 11 a. in. ."Ilavo You
Veni 's Cv.. nml will rnrnisii mniie ,.i ' "V"'i " wno reHiiiea a mile nun
M pieces of their mi n members. i om-hal( aoutb of tills city, was
I snowing Home specimens of an out
I' A. Itiithlmn, who .has been eon- outcrop of n ledge recently discovered
lined lo Ills house for tho past three -In the bed of the liver near Ids place,
weeks Willi a dangerous atta.'k of i which Indicates a coal deposit,
grip a'toiit tlio a! roots. ,
l'l .. ..I ... .It....
. , . , , , . .. , . .. ... . ,iiii:iivuiiTiiiit iiicnfiiiiib li 1 1 Kn ii ti
Sub eelHfor hllllday at tlir Chris- . .... cll ,.ln)t.rl..'a 8,om.ich and Liver
lie looked fur
have Mlrurk "pay dirt". At leiiHt m-"The Two Way
uirjr i ianu in oe wnamiig sue Her- li a U'i.mI .if n...,.i,,,r,. mi..,..,.i
off a abort time on IiIh way from En-
gene, where hr visitor) with Ida
hour out of It. "This la a Joke
Air. and Alra. II. I.. I'lekard and
P.. 1.1..... Tl ... ...1 1
-.nicreto biilldlug near tho depot ''" ; ' "-t oi r a Mnirch '. 7M0 p. I )lo,m.t.8 ,(., . r other
' Mlrurk "imv i rt". At leiiHt ui. The Two nya .,,.. ' ,r ,, ..
Krn Drug Store,
The Itev. (iardlner will preacJi at
, the Methodist ICnlscoiml Church noxt
i Wn ni I ay morning. Air. llardlner la
Itoadmaater the foutider of the .Methodist Church
Tlsltlng with f thla city.
and family J nr. ,i .Mr. k a. I.awbaiigh left
for a few daya sojourn In Portland
Wednesday. They will occupy the
new llltchey residence upon tlielr return.
ami, Clyde, left last week for a visit
at Cortland and other points. They
expect to spend a great part of Hie
winter visiting friends and relullv.'s.
Heat creamery butter. "Com iier
ctal" butter mnde at Salem won 1st
premium at State Fair thin year. If
you want butter tlmt Is nliv.ni
fresh and full weight, Just order a
situaro of your grocer.
Itev. I'Vcae will hold tho llrst
iiiarterl.v meeting of the Cottage
Drove Circuit of tlio At. K. Church
next -nudity. Tlio conference will
bo held Saturday irt '-' p. in. Itev
Uratit Putnam la tlio pastor.
For cold lunch of oyatera, sardines,
'rnckcra, cooklea, allced peaches,
deviled hnm, pickles, miiHtnrd.corncd
ImtI uml chopped beef, call at tint
'earl confectionary. We alao carry
n leading brand of cigars and to
ll loco. .1. V. Tiioiinton.
ulster, Aln. Dr. Smith.
Alra. Ilnuell, wife of
Donell of Ashland, la
Station Agent laliam
Itevlval servlcoa Htlll continue at
I lie C. P. Church. Those that uilsa
hearing Itev. Walker are themselves
Iliu Alel'arlaud and family will
Hooii leave for California to Hitend '
.1. W linker and II. 0. Warner left
the fore nart of the week for Hose
burg. Hen Pitcher ladown from the I ted
llrhlgo to have Home dental work hero thin week.
Alra. Madolyii Scheiitder.il ilauirh-
ter ol Alrn. S. K. .Morse, arrived Fri
day from Iowa to hh-iii1 tho winter
visiting relatives and friends In Cot
tage ilrovo ami vicinity.
Atty. .lohu Long, of Itosoburg, wan
l in attendance lauore Uoleree .1 S.
. .Medley Tuesday In the timber land
contest of I'oter Hiigliuor vh. Henry
Fivd Itussell, of Weiidllng, cami
up Saturday to remain over Sunday
visiting IiIh mother. Airs. S. K. .Morse,
and sister, Mrs. Scheulder.
W. I). liuriniin, who Iiiih la-en at
(inints I'ass, In the luteivst of the
(t. II. Ac II. O. Co., for the past week,
haa returned home.
We have a few alow Helling articles
atW. S. II. Hhop, which will bo
closed out very cheap. Clark & Son.
A Hhoeninker with '.'I years ex-
Atty. .John Al. Pipes, nf Ktigrne,
came up Tuesday on IiusIuch.
Alra, Fred Ilyrnes la Hick with ton-salllls,
.Miss Olllo Wllliird left Alonibiv for
Collusa, Calif., where alio will hikmiiI I perlence at W. S. H.
tlie winter with relatlvos. lower than elsewhere.
I,. A. Milne waa visiting with hla I Stacey Itussell, the obliging clerk
brother. .1. S., and attending to some ' at Hansons of Eugene, took dinner
business in the mean time. I at home Sjiuduy.
Fred Aleliuer, one of Yoncolla'a L. Long transacted business at
rustling men waa doing business points In the southern part of the
Htate last week.
The new dryer of the Long & Hlng
hiim Lumber Co . la rapidly Hearing
Attorney .1. Al. Williams, of Eugene,
was In the eltv Saturday.
the season opens, it Is the Intention
of the manager to uiakeall the prepa
ration necessary and then keep the
springs open to all the year round In
The influence of climatic conditions
in the cure of consumption ia very much
oveidritwn. The poor patient, and the
rich patient, too, can do much better at
home by proper attention to food diges
tion, and a regular use of German
Syrup. K.e uxpectoiatiou in the
morning la made certain tiy (jerninn
every other day and then lie had bread 1
to spare. The llrst day Air. Parker
took In 85 cents. However, business i COUGHING SPELL CAUSES DKATII
commenceil to improve iroin mat naie,
an oven that would meet his wants,
This oven is now complete, Air. Parker
having put in tlio tirst tire this week
for tlio purpose of burning out the crown
sheets. Wallace & Sons have the honor
Syrup, so is a good night's r.;st and the of doing the brick wotk, and it is cer-
absence of that wcakcninir couiili and talnly a creditable job. Ilie new oven
until some months since the old oven on
Main strict became inadequate. Seeing
the necessity of a larger oven, Air.
I'arker purchased the old photograph
property on Fourth street, last fall, and
immediately built on to It and eon.. wa5 , , w, fit of ' , , ,
TOEi 'I 'J? Hi tC I continued for some time, his wifesent
lor a pnysician nut uciore no coum ar
"Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years,
choked to death early yesterday morn
ing at his home, In the presence of Ids
wile and child. Ho contracted a slight
cold a few clays ago and paid but little
attention to it. Yesterday morning lie
rive another coughing spell eaino on and
Duckwell died from suffocation. St
tonla filobe-Oeuiocrnt. Dee. 1, 1001."
Iinllan'.'e Horehotind Syrup would have
saved him. 25c, 50c, and $1.00. New
debilitating nkdit sweats. Kestless is tlie largest this side of 1'ortlaml, the
nights and the exhaustion due to i ouisiue i measurement ueiiig i-xn n nuo .,,-,.., , ,,
riuui iniji, t& uiiir.ii.
Those who will persist in doling their
ears against the continual recommenda
tion of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, wilt have a long and bit
ter fight with their troubles, if not ended
and nesmes tlie new uiiuui g aim oven a , earigr by terminatioll; ,u.lld wImt
Gcr- new outfit is being installed, consisting T K He;,, of Bei M, , , )
;ulr of dough I each, trough,, new pans, etc. ,.L t (a;, if d evm-.tom
ah uiiereaiuiu " "i" " i of consumption. She look Dr. King's
the magnilieent Oregon fir plank Jrom New Dimyery a(ter everytblng else had
Si"."? 11, t' inf iniM.'.p M HPrBb I 'aiIed' Implement came at once and
wastlie prcsluctofoneof the Mill City four bottles entirely cured her.' Guar-
saw mills ami was id it-et long, imriy-1 ateed b M , & ltrehllut Drug?i3t,
ono inches wide aild one and one-hall ri.. ,, 5, m T,,, ui ?ro
Allss Crista MIcalHou.ofCrawfords
vlllo, la visiting with her sister. Mrs.
Miss DckhIu IlariiiH visited uiiday
with her sister AllssOrplia In Lugetie.
eo ghing, tlie greatest danger and dread the insic e is SxlO teet. The capacity of
of thecuiisumplive, cm be prevented or the oven is 300 loaves per baking. A
stopped by taking German tiyrup liber-1 baker's supply man who was in the city
ally and regularly. Should vou be able this week stated that the new oven and
to go to a warmer clime, yon will llnd ' equipment is the best in the state, there
that of the thousands of consumptives being nothing superior to it in Portland,
ihero. the few who nre benetilted and Kesides the new building and oven a
regain strength me those who use Ger
man Syrup. Trial bottles, 27c; regular
size, 7oc. At all druggists, barman &
Tim 1,'lr.f Vinili iiiiil limit- ,il filial
city thla week received a new safe ' fnches thick, without a knot or pitch
which has already been placed In i seam. Joe Pieri, of Walla Walla, ar
lioaitioii In the bank. It la known rived this week and will have direct i
as t he M.inganeHe ateel safe, and charge ol the oven, ile Is a tlnishea Undigested food and gas in the stomach,
weighs 41100 pounds and la abso- baker and will take care of every spec al ,ocat, u9t below ,,, heart prej9e''
tended tlmt I
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Hlllt 111 lilowitig sale, illuming, oper. uuuieu oniy lor ovo aim wsrenoiue wi soon ,)e u , , . N E
liar proor.lt lielng con- oruer inai semrusie.i wniin. inesaiea aKaillst ft and causes heart palpitation.
;tl.eaniomit o!exploslvea room will still be the Bennett property When your heart troubles you In that
...pen the Hiife would re- on Main attest, the new bidding being way ,ate Horbine for a few days. Yon
i.l.... ..r.. I... 11,11.,.. ......,- utilivml nnlir Inr nv. uml u-ii rhnil A I . .
atora and money 1 ito Hiiiltheni'iia. room.
Still Lower Prices em Great Going-Out-of-Business Sale
Men's and Ladies' Shoes.
We jirc soiling sonic old t-tyk'S in Ladies' and Men's
Shoes fit S()c, 7Ch; $1.00, $1.2") and $1.50 per pair, that cost
us as much as $3.00 per pair.
We only have five Overcoats left out of about
4-0, showing that the prices we make are very
attractive. Make haste and get one. Every coat a
We are selling these goods at less than the regular cost
as we must get our money out of them, and by buying now
you can get a good bargain.
We are selling Ued Comlorts every day at prices less than you can buy the material
and make them. Prices HOW 75o. $1.00 1111(1 81.25.
Men's Outing Flannel Night Robes in good heavy material at
Fancy Straw Ticking fit
lOc, formerly 12c
Mcii'h "Working Gloves.
The material, fit and workmanship nre of
the very best uml the prices arc the lowest.
Prices from "0e to $1.25.
Something more about Heavy Flannel
Underwear, we have actually the best values '
in the best quality and the lowest prices in
Real Heavy material. Do you have rheuma
tism, we have the Underwear you want.
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
Many a little girl is going to be made happy this Christmas, just be
ciuse we are selling those beautiful Dolls at such low prices that every
body can afford one. We have already sold a great many, and what fire
left ure going fast, so don't neglect this opportunity to save money. Our
is the greatest doll bargain you ever saw.
We have quite a lot of toys left over
from last year. Thev are just what you want
for Christmas for the little folks at very low
Men's Heavy all Wool Socks.
A new offer in Men's Heavy Wool
Socks, we have 200 pairs of sox, costing
us 25c per pair that we will sell you in lots
of 5 pairs for $1.00. For single pairs, 25c.
Our Wool Sweaters are the Nicest and CHEAPEST
We are going to Close Out the Balance of
this Stock by January 1st if Possible.
EAKIN & BRISTOW
We are Very Busy, but are Only too Glad
to Wait on you all.
The Time is Drawing Near when We will Wind Dp Our Business, so Don't Delay.