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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1905)
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By a BENJAMIN, Jr.. Wahlntov
A etlmared for Oct 1 by tho bo
Cmu of rtatlattca the condition of con
r, "l " l""."
ftruraa belnf .2 a compared wit
W.ft iMt month. JUi on (M. 1 WOil
nil h tan year nvrruiro of H0.2.
Tho preliminary estimate of tho aror
tf yield mt aire of apring wheat u
14 ? buahels (H.S contain), auhject to re
gion when tbe final eittlmata In null
to PtvomlxT. Tbe imtriiKo yuallty ol
aprhijj wheat In .K an compared will
T8.7 in lttM nml H3.5 In 11KU.
Huti( of (InlB,
llvporf rocotml by the departmni
connih i t- and tabor lndloato thn
C10 total khUq rocotpta at tho porta ol
Doaton, Now York, FhrtadolprtU am!
DaltJmora durtnjr Autfnat ahowud i
gain of nonrly 4UXKVXX) bualieia It
compared with almllnr nrrtvaia tn 10OI j
9ji the other hand, the Inbound oumoJ j
gnoramoat at. New Orloana aa wIl at
At San Fmnelnco and Tacuma proaeut
d boRTy loom by like compuxlaon
White Oftlwiitou'e inbound train ruov
tmuit during AujiumI wua heavily li
ucceaa of that for n correspond I iu
aUoiitu Lu tlio preceding year, It ahtnild
bo understood that during tho lattei
ViTlod tho movement wua exccptlonnllj
Iowa's ctn-ii crop apix ar ti Imi nroim
trig illsoiilciu niiio'iK Uit u ut lion U!
who niv otlmiiUni It. Mr. Suifo, tin
bMtd of Um crop nnorUin avrvtcv foi
tho statu, In mMMcd with fortvinthij
A bumjHT crop, whllo Mr. Cowlm-, tin
rpartor for tho dopiirtiuiit of HK'rl
SUltUTSV'V' ? fur ojitlinNtlo ci
liuiato not lotM tliun Rr0,(1,U bush
U, any a Sir. Sapo; prolibly undm
8(0,(X1,000, derlaros Mr. Oowtiio.
John CVvwlno I n wull Unoim pmcU
cnl town rivniuT. Ho Is alio n iytu
bor of th iMHird hiivlinc owtml of hL
atato liwtltuth'HB und U lu chiirn ol
tho mtirly AVK) acrM of aUtu laiul
famwl ut auh tnatrlutioiw. J. II
Bm, thtiKt Uk la w-tlvo farm llfo
hna htf-n oooutx'ti-d wlU tl)' Town rroj
and wontlipr wrvlc for tlfti'trt yonr
past. Kftoh Hwiuva lnforuiutloii thronph
furmor corrospondotiUi nil ovr tin
TroffH-sor Wulduxi, ao av11 kiurwo Is
coimwiUin with tlio Improvonwutt ol
corn, bus i1Wh1 attonticm to ttiw fuel
tliat a fulluro to tfve lu woltcht to Hit
daump-- diii' by Die now jn;st In tli
atat Uo ouru root wuna would ti
to il too ip'iiorous sflinul.
.1 Sucrlnl Crop lodanlrr.
Anions st rlkiiiK Hpt'lal rrop dv-lor
rueiit.s l.-t that of nuparntfii In I'ullfor
nia In tht Uiit tfn yearn. Itx tllatrltM
Mtw lai--ly In th- di-ltji lMtwocn Sue
rami iit.i, Sto'ktou ami i'ort ('otik niui
lnilnlii at prcoi'tit ubout 7.0K) aort.
it. it of tho iT"i Li I'uniM'd, und tht
prorss is Mid to W clean and uppo
tlrJng. rcbuiLuiK In a lieulltiful and d
CORN ROOT WORM.
luuaanl Aiuuant of Duuinit From
la tttm Oalrul Wit.
The opinion la frooly expn-ated by
crop statisticians that tlio corn root
worm has done mora than It uxunl
amount of burin in the iitntrnl west
thU year. In lunuy Instance corn thai
waa auppoH4si to liuvo Usm Ulgil a. a
result of heavy winds) 1 opn ertTr-l
heClj i'jlKiil I ll.tVO had ill Hicju
Ludly krvered by Uil pest, 'ilio worxt
attacks lu evry lustanrsi hav boon
found on spring plowed laud follow
ing a crop of corn lJt year. In u few
canes where tho crop was cut hud
yeur and tho laitd plowed In tlio full
there hua bveu do algu of root worm
A Kartnvr Who Dmit Pur It.
One of tho toont auccsaaarni farm on
lu the central wcat waa aakad roc cut
ty If hla crop wua injured to any ex
tent by thia Inaoct Ilia reply waa, -
Am pot taut kmd of a farmer." When
prenmd for hU meaning he said that
any man (hat wrxiid grow corn year
AitaT year on Ow same land, huaklng
.It out in the fall and plowing tiie aoll
tn the spring, la entitled to bat little
ympathy If hla crop l Uinajo& by a
peat of Oila character, lie aald that
be bad farmed tike aame land for a
period of forty years and not In ' a
single tnatatice during all tht time bad
' trouble from the corn root worm.
Rotation and Fall I'lowlnar.
There was no hoc ret about the mat
ter, In the opinion of thla Individual,
aa one had to alinply rotate hla crop
In a common aenno faahlon.- j Ha point
ed out the Importance of plowing In
the fall wherever this waa poaalble. In
the caae of aod ground, by ao doing
tho following crop waa much less 11a
. He to be attacked by tli ,ctitworOi
.there being little dunger la thla cuae
"' thut the corn root worm would do any
. barm. Iowa IIomoHtead. "
rj D N
; Fertiliser to thoj valuo of H,$3u,U2i;
! sWei'o imported iuuj uie uuneu buitCH
'during tho tlrst alX montha pt .the pul-
endur yeur. J I i )
Importa during tile nix mojithH ended
' June IHX, alio uu Item -of broud-
' atuffa valued ut $3.p..2,209.
I ThU country lia ported during tho
' Crnt alx montha of the calendar yeur
2,K8I,K01 pounds of raw cotton, valued
At ?0,6(ri,7H. ', I
) . In the month of Augunt, 1005, aiM811
' dozen egga were ex bortod.
Of the , Americua Hplnnera' ' taking,
during the sou sou juat cloaod 2,'H2,14fl
bales went to northern mills and 8.1AS,-
606 bulos to soutliern mills, making n
total or 4,k,ogu ouioa as againat
i H04O.210 bales In ltKC-04. ,
SILAGE FOR STEERS.
Am Bmlil r r Bttf Mate
W carried tbrouitti lait wtator In
two barna 1,000 Hereford ateer calvea,
I IL Jonoe of Ohto in American Acrlcul-
rw .it. i. ...i. w.i m..
bfnnn, nlxml In tho proportlona of
alnut twothlrdi to throo-fourtlia tho
former and ono fourth to otio-thlrd tho
latter. Wo bnvo founff that this kind
of illiiRo la imuti nupoilor for boef
making purivom- to corn llnir,
Tho cnlvca at tho aijuaro Nirn wtr
carrltM tliroiigli tho winter on corn and
aoy txun alliiiro, clover, alfalfa and out
luiy and ono pound per head xr day
of oottonmt-d monl. They cuino throiiKli
In fine, thrifty condition and made
gain of , atxmt forty-live pounds per
month from Ioe. 10 to April J!fl.
Hie calvon nt the nund barn wcro
fnl all the corn and noy biwiu (tllajre and
clover, alfalfa und otit hay which they
wold eat and from loc. f to Jan. I
otto pouiwl per head per day cottouHeid
Until, one and iiMialf hhiiuN pi-r bead
till l'elt. IS ami two pound per bend
from that time fill May 10, when thoy
were turned to khimh. Prom April 1 to
May Vo there were added to their ration
live poinnU per head per day com and
' col llietil, Wlllell, wlUi the cottollicod
tneal, were nprliiklel over ttJid thor
otlKhly lnlei with the Milage. Tho
calves at tie; round burn vurc kept In
alle the whoio winter ed up to
'Hie UMi ciiIvcm at the round ham
wi'U'li'M mi Iec. 10, after n wivk'i rest
from tholr l.." iniloa' Nhlpment, r?'"l
poiiinN nnd on May 10 i'kU'I poumli,
milking n Kiln fr ttie tlve month of
2'i7 pontiil. or pound per mouth,
or 1 TS pound pr day. When turned
to (rras lliev were a aleek and tnid
low a irrnjui fvl entile. 12 very one of
them had dotie well, there not being ll
aliile calf lu the wlnde bumh but
what wnj fleshy and thrifty.
Our experience with thesi eattle fill'
nlnhe w niiother demonstration of the
great ralue of hIIiiho for Ix-ef milk
ltirf purpoMi-N The enlvon eiuuuiei
during the winter aNiiit twenty live to
thirty pound pr head per d:iy of
BllML'e und two to tlm-e poiiinlN of hay.
Figuring Kll.ik'e at f-V.Vi "-r ton, hay at
f.", eotton'd meal at fS and corn
Bt l" eentji .er bushel rnal.e the d.i'
ly cot of feeding dtiritn; the live
months these I'lllvvs WT fisl 111 cent
per head and the enst nf the gulli .'ill
cents per pound. Tht 1 scarcely more
thin half h:it It would eost to make
j tin 1 K'llti by any method of main
foisting w ith which I am familiar.
wl-rl lua the llroo.l Miw.
The only way to U nun of rnlalng
t':e rlirht kind of dgs another year Is
tn seleet tin' breislltig Mows early, feis!
theni pro-rly. bnssl them l the rlcht
I. id of boar and give theni gin eare
fit nn'hout the seiisnn. A little extra
C'fnrt lu this dlns-tlon I well worth
the attention of nuv farmer and Is ono
of tin- way in which ho can make
In. re by a little K'sxl i i i f i i i i i f i i i ii T than
Le cotiM by many day of hard work.
Rril I. ami lir Shrri.
The mutton breeds do better than the
Wool bre.ils on eel land, but all Nhls'p
like rolling or hlllV hind, and none of
them can stand wet feet or marshy
Training: th t'nlt.
It Is u comparatively easy matter to
train a nor e to move promptly and
Btep ijulckly If J'U couuneuee right
when you first handle him.
7. . . 7. . t ... i
Nodular disease In ahts-p Is due to a
worm tliat cuunot be kllleil by mH-!
due, aaya Hreslcrs Oiuette. In the
aliselice Of geluTdllS feislllig tills dls-
ease fi-xnuioiily known as "knotty
gut.") badly affects aleep, but where
nutritious food Is fr-ly given from
weaning time until Hhts'p nro ready for
market It seema to do little harm,
Feed generously upon a mixture of
ejual purts whole oats and bran, lidd
ing a little flax semi meal or cuke; also
change pasture, allow free access to
ait und supply some succulent fisxl.
luillifratlttn In Ilorat-a.
EToraea will sometimes out lurgo
iiuaiitlfles of tvol. but grow thinner lu
llesh and be dull at work. This con
dition is usually caused by Indigestion.
I toll one teacup of flaxseed into u pulp
with water and whDe hot (tour It on
tut If a jm.Il of bran and make a mash
of It. Give a mash of thia kind once
a day for a month with one of the fol
lowing powders In It: Mix foor ounces
each of sulphate of Iron und nttrute of
potassium nnd divide Into twenty-four
For puffs on hock Joints of u horse
mix two drama of blnlodldo of mer
cury with two ounces of lurd, auys
American Agriculturist. Hub on a lit
tie with the fingers. Let It remain on
for twenty-four hours, then wush off.
Itepeat the blister in the aamo wuy ev
ery third week until tho puffs disap
pear. Keep the animal In tho stable
with its head tied up, ho tliat It cannot
get Its month to the blistered part.
After the blister la washed off the aul
mtil enn be turned out to pasture.
Hrlttlo hoofu ure usually the result of
Htundlng too much on a dry floor. Souk
the feet In a clay puddle two or throe
times a wet, or you may puck tho feet
with moist Hpongo or oil cake meal two
or three night In the week. In addi
tion mix four fluid ounces each of
whulo oil and pi no tur and once a day
rub a little well Into the coronet and
upper part of the hoof. If possible turn
to pasture daily. At least give dally
exercise and reduce the feed If not In
service. Atluntu Constitution.
B. L. Eddy Tikei Hit Pltct Today
I'nrtland. f)oo. 21. Tho bond of U
I.. ImM an Kegtdter of tho UnlUd
Htatra Land OlHco at Hoitoburg bna
been olllclnlly approved, and Mr.
I'ddy aaanmod tho dutlca of lit 4 o I rice
Ileglntor JoHCph T. nrtdgea nnd Itr
celvcr J. II, Hooth wore aiiapcnded
January 1, nnd ThomiH II. Netihiiuaeii
iiHNiuuod chnrge mid continued (hero
until February. Henry K. Illgliy
linn remained In clmrgo of the olllce
until today, when ho turned over tho
proix'ilV iM-lotiglng to tho Ueglnter'a
olflco to Mr. IMdr nml Ims'iuiio chief
I'litll JiUlli'M M, l.nwieneo (illiilllleH
iim Itecetver of the ItoHelnirg olllee, no
lltiil proof can In taken and no appli
cation for laud llllng can be allowed.
Columbia to Drop Sports.
New York. !is ill. Columbia I'nl
voinH v'm action in ris'iuunieiulliig the
abolition of nil intercollegiate MportH
wiik ucteil upon promptlv todav by
j I'reHliletit MchidaM Murray tint Iff.
j lie appointed two couiiult tecH to ile
viae plans by w hich the recoinmcudik
' tl ill lililde by the Hill Vr wit y council
may tnoMt Hpeedlly be uccoiupliHhed.
(hie culiiml tits' coliHlHted of f.iculty
llieinlieiM tknd the ntlirr of alilliilll.
I President Cutler Miild llils action did
not ji t ill to uboll h college iilhletli'H at
Columbia, altogether, but to only
uIm.I 1 1 K' 111 III their present fiil'ni ill
order to put nthletlcN on u Ihish lu
which every t Uileiit cat' participate.
He Hall that ('obnnbla'M iiltliuale
1 purpoMo wiih to encourage the whl'-st
positlble pal I lelpat Ion of studelits lu
What the Horse Knows.
The horse lines known few things,
I In it'Kh some if II seem t o tlest loll
tlilsfuct ut tltiieM, says a vvilterln
t he i'nl in .liiiirnal.
Ile know W hell line fpe.iks tn him
kindly; and although Nome so-called
liuniun beings may not alway ap
preciate the kindly tone, the horse
at wn.va dncM. The Imrse thut irmts
hi master will do aoything he can
for him And that I not the promise
of a polltlelali, cither. The horse
will d i It or (lb. Miotit us tine a
tlllmte ns I have heard paid a horse
was the statement of hi owner that
he was sure that the animal would
leap straight out of the back door of
a basement barn ten feet down If
lol l to do so. True, faithful animal!
And yet some men abuse liliu!
The horse know the way home no
matter how dark ll nm.v be, mr
how far he may have traveled from
home. Ills driver may trust him to
make nil t he turn and reach hi own
Mtnble in safety. The horse knows
the friend who give tilth sugar and
bites of apples. And he Willi lies for
that friend and wh-n he appears
asks as plainly as he can "iot any
thing for me today'.",
T 1 1 1 : KrY Til AT UNLOCKS tiii:
ImioK T I.oNH 1,1 V I N i .
'I In- men of elgbt.v-ll ve niel ninety
years ol age ate iii ttlie rotund well
fed. but f hlu. spate men who live on a
slender .' He as careful as he w III.
however, a man last middle nio, will
oceasiolially eat loo lunch or of some
III t Icle of fooil not suited to hi Coll
stltution, and will need a dose of
( 'huinliei Iain's Stomach ami Liver
Tablet to cleatiHc and Invigorate hit
stoinacb nnd regulate his liver and
bowels. When this Is done there Is
miMU whv ltl average man
-, out, not live to old age. For sale
)jr jj,b .Mo,ierrj I'bartnacy.
AN KLKUUKNCY M I I I CI N I
For sprains, bruises, burn, scalds
und simlllnr injuries, there Is nothing
ho good as liamliei lain s rain balm
It soothes the wound and not only
trlves Instant relief from pain but
causes the parts to heal in about yiio
third the time romilrctl by tho usual
treatment. Sold by The Modern
IF MAD ( MASK.
Millions rush in mad chase after
health, from tine extreme of fnihlMin
to HButber when. If they would only
eat good food mid keep their bowels
regular with Ir. Mug h ,ow laie
I'llls their trouble s would all pusM
awiiy. I'roinpr. relief and quick euro
for liver and stomach t rouble.. i.1e.
at lieiiHoifM Pharmacy, (luarunteed.
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manager (man or woman) for thin
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Salary $20 and expenscH paid weekly
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investment or experienco required.
Write at once for full particulars
and enclosed Helf-addressed
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A CERTAIN" CD RE FOR CROUP.
When a child shows symptoms of
croup there is no tlmo to experiment
with new remedies, no matter how
highly they may be recommended.
There is ono preparation that can
ulwuys be depended upon, It has
been In uso for many yours and ima
never been known to full, vli: Clwini-
erluin's Cough romedy. Mr. M. F.
compton of Market, Texas, nays of It
I havo iinud Chamberlain's Oougu
remedy lu ho vera cases of croup with
my children and oan truthfully say It
always gives prompt relief." For
sale by Tho Modern Fhaniircy.
A. II. KING
Attorney at Law,
COTTAOK tutor K, OHK.
BARKER & PERMAN
DEALKKH IN Flit It
WIN US, LIQUORS, CIOARS.
Main llranl. (Jottaga iroa. Or',
J. S. Medley. .1. C, Johnson
Medley Jf- Johnson,
A ttorneys at law
Offic Sultr .i ilnk 111,1 a .
NhmIiiI attention ulven to Mining
ami Corporation Law.
J. E. YOUNG
ottlea uu Main Irnnl, Writ slila
CoTTAGK CiKOVK. OHK.
MINI.N0 AND ORE TRfiATMFNT
iHsdgnliig am const ruct Ion of ore
reduction v oiks and general inachln-
el v plants ; mechanical 1 raft lug.
r. i. iiito i:. M: i:.
McKay lliiildln, I'ort land, Ore.
Hail cV olut II
L'. S. Mineral Surveyors
Itootu 1 Itituk Itldg, t'ottnge lirove
tiOJ-isKI Oregonlan I'ddg, I'ortliind,
H. C. MADSEN,
HrpalrltiK al raatotiatilv charKa.
All work (iiaraulred Aral rlaaa.
Watrhci. ( lie It a aiel Jnarolr) al l.nwnl I'rlov
COI I AI.K (iltoVK. (IKK.
The HBt Naiional Bank
CoTTAGK (fKtiVK. ()HH.
Paid iji Capital, $25,000.00
Miniey tn hut 11
on apintvel aecurity,
I, available anv . 1 in
II I he!' luted Stuti
It nun imt Kak is,
TOUTCKF. OF A I'KF.ACHKH.
TheKt'iry of the torture of llev. .
I. Moore, pastor of the lt.titlst
church of Ilarpemrllle, N. V.. will In
tore" l . you. lie says: "I suffered
agonies, because of a persistent
cough, resulting from the grip. I
hal l sleep silting up in bed. I
tried many icme lies, without relief
until I took Dr. Klng'. New IUhcov
cry for 'nsumptloii, coughs nml
colds, which entirely cured my
cough and saved uie from coiisnmp
ttou. 'A uraud cure fordiscnHed con
ditions of ilir-iat and lungs. Allien
son's I'liarnuiey. I'rwe fuc nudl.
guaranteed, Trial bottle free.
Only 'Joe in addition on your sub
scription secures the Farm nnd
Country Journal for a year. A
journal (lie sio of the Ladies Homo
looitiul and an excellent paper- It
bus been greatly enlarged ami im
KNOCK HI ('IT.
ago durliiK the
severe winter weather both my wife
and myself contracted severe colds
which speedily developed Into the
worst kind of la grippe with all Iti
miserable H.vmtitoms," says Mr. .I.N.
F.gloHton of faple Landing, Iowa.
"Knees and Joints aching, iiiuhcIch
sore, head stnpp d up, eyes and nose
running, with alternate spells or
chill and fever. We begun using
Chamberlain's L'ough Remedy, aiding
the same with a dose of ( liamlier-
Iain's Stomach and Liver tattle's and
by Its Ilberul use soon completely
knocked out the grip." These tablets
promote a healthy action of the
bowels, liver and kidneys which Is
always beneficial when the system Is
congested by a cold or attack of the
grip. For sale bv 1 he Modern l liar-
Subscribe for the Nugget.
"I was much uftllcted with sciat
ica,', writes F,d C. Nud, lowuville,
Kedgwh k (!., Kan., going about on
crutches and suffering a deal of pain.
I was Induced to try Ballard's Hnow
Liniment which relieved me.
1 used three riOc bullion. It Is tho
greatest liniment I ever used; have
ret oinmended It to a number of other
fieis ns; all express thomsclves as
telny benellted by It. I now walk
without crutches, able to perform a
great deal of light labor on the
farm." 25c, f0c and $1. at Modern
S I' i: L L
1) FAT IL
"llairv Puckwoll, agod '.'." years,
choked to death early yesterday
morning at hla home, in the presence
of his wife und child. He contracted
UHlight cold a few days no ami
paid but llttlo attention to It. Yes
terday morning bo wiih seized with a
fit of coughing which continued for
Homo time, Ills wlfo sent for physi
cian but before could arrive another
(touuhing spoil camo on and Duck well
died from suffocation. St. Louis
(Jlobo Democrat, Doo. 1, WOT;
Uallard's llorchound syrup would
have saved him, S'ic and 1.
Do Not Neglect i
Kvrf eotd wsaktnr tft Lung. IowtmJ th V
ytUm lata ah I a to withatand ach uocaad
pavlnf tha way for mora rtoM dli
CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUC
i-1- PERMANENTLY CUR1
Consumption, Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Croup, Whooplnt
Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Got
EVERY MOTHER SHOULD -KNOW THAT B '
HOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO OPIATI
CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL
CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING
MRB. MALLIK LOCKBA. ao)dhmlt. 7
liar na! Ilallar.l'a llorobound Hrmp In iir famllr
nil It alwar I,m Hllifiwitbin. W lian 111 rlilldr
W himilii( t otih It al ! rllTl lhm at -tr,
without It In lliibuuH, aallla lha IlKar ftla-DICI
Bst Remedy for Children. Every Bo
THU KK BIZ K mi M9c, BOm mad B
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AS. II. POTTS
Cottage Grove. -
1 It I V A T 13
Hospital and Sanitarium
All tlif lull's! trratnu'iitH.
PLAIN anil MEDICATED BATHS
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No rmit.iKlous canf tukcii.
Terms reusmmlile. ....
Outside ini-illi-itl help fiirnlslu'd If ile
Fur further juirtlciiliirs nitdrt'ns
lr. II. C. SCHLKHF.
IC ILL the COUCH I
AND CURE the LUNGS
FOR I 0UGH8an-
50c & $1.00
Bureac and Uiuckcst (Jure for all
THROAT and J.'ITNG TROUB
LKS, or MONEY HACK.
mmmmmtmmmMmmmm it aa
A FKAltl UL FATK.
It iH a fearful fate to have to en
dure the terrible torture of nllea. "I
can truthfully nay" wiUch Harry Coi
tion, of MiiHonvllle, la., "that for
blind, bleediuir. ItchliiK nnd protrud
ing Hen Unckleu'H Arnica aalve Is the
neat aalve. aiho neat ior ouis, uurna
and lnJurlcH a&u at lteuaon'H i'lmi-
A. S. 1'OWBLL
- - Oregonv
"For aeven yejirn," wrltea (let). TT,
Hoffman, of lluroer, Waali.- "I bad a
bitter battle with eliroiiic stomach,
and liver trouble, but at lnwt I woo,
and cured my diai'tiaou bytbeuaaol
Kiectric lUttem. 1 unhenitatlnKly
rei'ommend theni to all. and don't In
tend In the future to lie without
t liem In the h.uiMu. They nro cer
tainly a wonderful medicine to havo
cured such a bad cime aw mine,"
I Sold under Kiiaruntee to do the same
for you by HeiiMoifa rharmacy at5UJ
a bottle, Try them today.
ARRIVAL ASO DEPARTURE OF S. K. TRAINS.
NO. 11 1I:M p.m.
No. 10 -l-.O-i. a.m.
No, 11. 8:l),S p la
No. 15.. -i;24 a.lo
0. 4 S. E R R
Time Table No. 4
To take effect April I'll, 11)05.
Ka Hi Houud 8 ami 'l'uentay W, Bouuil
ami tnl only
1 ami Dully Kx-
NoS-Nol upt Hiimlay. No a Nil 4
i'.M a.M I M NTHTION H I KIUV A.ul t.H
7 :H0 U
.ti' Ihko lirovu.
. . rro liurclo. ,
. . . Ittnl Uoi't
. , . liriivel l'it. .
hlewHrl. . .
. .Koi'Ly I'oiut. .
1.71 11:10 6.15
710 10:4U 6:0A
787 10:44 :6
770 1I)::W 4:f8
NI7 10:8.1 4:47
kii 10::) 4:44
wl 10:1 :8
Vol 10:l1) 4:8A
014 10:01 4:i!0
017 :4H 4:1
1U0 9-if 4:1a
11)1-0 V:85 4:0A
HMO ::to 4;00
:.'J 7-h fl.S
H: 1 1 K:H H a
8:17,H:17i 9. ft
. . . hoi nriilKi
. . . Illltlt'N
. . Kml of l'raek . . .
All outward frolnlit forwarded ouly at th
(ouit rittk o( Hhloiier and uoiihIkiiko.
Htaife Idkvoh Wllilwiiod h(it tho arrival o'
tmin on MomlnyM, Wudm-mUyk and Krldayr
for Hoiilla and Orneoo. lU'luriilinf ou i'uea
i uiirmniya anil oil urilaya
r ii'igni w ill not L
eceived at tha O. .b
K. K. K. Depot allet
forwarding on next
delivered In ainjle
K) p. m. To Iimui
hIii ; freiKht niunt bt
Unie to perinll of It
A. II. WOOD, Munuirer