Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927, December 03, 1907, Image 4

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    CURE YOUR KIDNEYS
Why will VW"1
come cdtvuk "'--
care u onerw . t0
gymptom. of kidney d " 0"
ST before diabetet, dropsy or
Briftfat'i disease eeU in-
Mrt. L. Hodaon, of ilj Aor
Pendleton. Ore., tays : i
thoeit.!!r endorse Ian Jney
Pills today as I did nearly three yea"
o Tbw relieved B-e of kidney trouble
which had fathered me for . grinder
T e time, rfcere wim
SSm the M..M of my tack and down
rated ty "' ,,;-.;..
n and eaowi an bii ; ,
condition wnen i inf,
inn r-m-
be and
and loi
This mam niT
taking Doao't Kidney rills
. 'J ""i.,.! tl, kidney
tbroazn ute loiuB.rcgu"-- ,
secretion, and removed every 7Pf
of the-trouble, From that day to t '
there has teen no recurrence, and I jive
I,an'i Kidney I'M. all the ewlit. 1
consider them to be the beet ki.Iney
remedy procurable and recommend
them whenever theoccMfon rlsa.
For sale by all dealers, 'rice oO eu.
Foiter-Milhorn Co..BafTalo, . 1 ., sole
amenta for the United State.
Kemember the name-Doang-and
take no other.
INDEPENDENCE & MONMOUTH
Railway.
FROM I.SKKPKNOKNCE.
roa ijalla.
Train No. 65. beev InleM-nlein llly. M
Coddling the Stomach.
Do not pamper the children with koV
ho method; there U coiniiMnse
BU-thod. the children or the man or
woman bow a tendency to be 'o3 tsetr
feed If ttT begin to lose esh, their
iUrncbnhould be toned op with a harm
less tonic which will Increase the wre
tions of the digestive tract. A tonic made
of native medicinal root tich will in
vigorate the itomach Into greater activ
ity and Increase the secretion of the
phosphate, from the food-i . remedy
which will do this Is on- which bas
stood the tt of publie approval for
nearly forty years, and contains no alco
hol or narcotics. We refer to Dr. Pierce
Golden Medical Discovery. It can be
riven to the smallest child with perfect
fUdom. If the biood U impure, if pim
Die. boils, headaches occur, if the stom
ach U weak-rt eradicate the pobons
from the blood.
A3 IMITATI05 Of KaTTBE'B METHOD
pains of restoring waste vi u" - ,
Uhmentof the biooa ;
r,a take an alterative eitract
Herd of Grade
Beef Cattle.
FEEDING CHICKS.
Foods Which Should Supp-.em.nt utij
Prepared Foods, j
He chicken Uine f
Heved of much of it drudgery by
i inflection of the dry leeos u,
It Is with the grade herd that tie, FortterlJ. every ponltryxnan or ultrj
chief Interest of the ordinary fanner j
- i in MTntmv
r-r orouucvr. iu i
h- ns of pure bred sires In bulld-
had a meth.3 of his or her own j U
i woman caa a
i .iV ,rr,p of the bills
Plaborate as
Inz op a herd from native cows It may WaMorf. Astoria.
..m that cattle whic-n eoo tp Donltrrman
of fare wer
those of tlse :
v.r a't I? fhanced
" . . M
rwmltrrman throws in a few nr , w
colors
and qwalities of the beef breeds of cbIck feed foUr or five times
cut ria I"' c.o a i there Is
it tarter tlian those tnai co u-ji,
this is tufLc.'e
of one of the beef breeds w ueuc. j cren tere
the object Is to produce beei.ani-aj ba!anee
for saie. Buyers are of the opinion , j3 1
nnn beef aniinais and a.so. maacel will
. i " . l. ,g"n
rp mm B;res uiwu-c , tiio r,n oi it """"o"
day. and the chicks do the rest M.;
(a room for a few sUJge-o ,
Chicks cee-i regetaoies u.
the grains of which the chick;
romooBed. A blood beet cut to,, d
FOR
COUGHS
KIN
THE
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VOPJDER WORICER
FOR
oou
foh
THROAT
AND
LUPJCS
be eagerly at
t-,t m-nrlpa of DUf
the best quality of beef as we.I as the
greatest numter of founds of dressed
meat per hundred pound live weight
It is a fact that animal vary greatly
of native roots, made without the u o
. . . ... r-. ri:..-.'a c..Aen Meoicai
medicine
. i. r.il . ... mr I I.I 111 M I. IJ
a. in . ; Jv. miiib"U'. "--
a.m.
Trnln No. W Inleiiideiiee, litly,
11:06 a. m.; Iv. Monmouth, 11 a. m.; it. wl
111, U :.'.. m.
Trnln No. 71. I In.l.rn4iiM.. huly.
6:15 p. m.; iv. Moumoutb, C.Mp- ra.;r. lalla,
6 ')(. Ul
FOB 11 HUE.
Trnln No. . re Inrtepn'lerj'-. dl!r.
7.in.;l. Moumoutb, : a.m., r. Air.ie,
a i; a. rn.
Train No. 72. ITIn'l-iin'1-nr,'li!T,
p. ra.; Jv. Moouootb, t.'M p. m.; r. Airlie, 4
p. ID.
roa aoyaocra olv.
Ijwvc Irt-(o4e.li:r, 2 15 J-
iMte.
Tr!n W Lm 1: Oaiiy i rnrAy,
( .: It. Moswiti!, r. lirle-
prvtew, . U a.
TrS So. YD. I.v. so,:J o'I. '
a a. ; r. 1 &4rjt'St'i, ; I
Trmla Jfo. - It lllf. 1 p. B : lv '
Kwmim. 1 p .: r. 1 . P
fTfcJi ui ib.i t M'i.B'.jiti lor A;r
Tmla Xo 't. I.ie fcai'iM, lllv.T:X-.p. m.:
5t MubtwvuUi, p. b.; ar. lndpi.Uuce, U
' FROM AIKL1E.
Trln "o. m lxvAlrlie,Uily, .; lv.
Moan'-ilb, : - m.; r. Io1'i.'1 iiw, 'A
a. m. (TriU lrin cnieii at Moumoolli loi
txliaa I
Train No. 75. lve Au-Ite. dtlT. 5 f. m.;
Iv. Monmoulb, p.m.; r. lii(Und;ine,
i:.Vj p in .
FROM MON MOt'TH ONLY.
Ipavra Moiimoiith lor liiil:K ii'lfiice, ihilly, it
t'ti p. ro
hf.i live Dr. Pierce s
T.-'..-m Tht ve?table
coaxes the digestive functions and helps
In the assimilation of food, or rather taes
from the food Just the nutriment the
blood requires.
Along with its use one should take
exercise In the outdoor air, get all one
can of God's sunlight and air; practice
a deep breathing exercise every day.
This 'Medical Discovery' gives no fals
Simulation, because it does not contain
alcohol or a narcotic. It bfclps digestion
and the assimilation of such elements In
the food as are required for the blood.
Unlike a cod liver oil, against which
the already sensitive stomach will declare
open rebellion, this tonic l.aa a pacifying
action upon the sensitive stomach and
gives to the blood toe food elements the
tissues require. It maintains one's nutri
tion by enabling him to eat, retain, digest
and assimilate nutritious food. It over
comes gastric Irritability and symptoms
of Indigestion, and. In this way, fever,
night-sweat, headaches, etc., are done
away with.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
purifies the blood and entirely eradicates
the poisons that breed and feed disease.
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NATIVE MISSISSIPPI COW.
Dam of the heifer In the aecond cut
in the percentage of dressed meat they
will yield. Common cattle with bad
treatment dress from 40 to 50 per cent,
while pure bred and grade cattle with
better treatment dress from ,55 to C5
per cent Some few dress C" to G9 per
cent
The feed and pasturage for the dam
should very properly be charged to
each calf until the next calf is drop
ped. This is a very important matter
In handling a herd of beef cattle. If a
calf should be had from each cow each
year and every calf could be raised
each calf would only have to stand a
comparatively small feed bill for its
dam. Every effort should be made to
secure a calf each year and to raise it,
Itthueariaoiu:a. ecKm,enpBij ,. ,g gure t0
boiU, pimples, and other eruptions that ( a , .,.fit
from
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Cum Coll(, Croup and Whooping Cough.
&vaW 1
COFFEE
TEA SPICES
SAKiNO POWDf R
fXTJUCTS
,iust mom
CLOSSETflCtVEIS
tin (
it
A Freeh CoraplesJoa
1". preserved and produced by
I'.o xTt-nr, a nil', delightful
!; jurat ion, dcl:c;:trly fragrant.
Mjkrt the tkin jui.i'cly toftj
I jioshtricnrkkd aptmrani-e cauted
t t'.ir drMicuj rrJmcs the ue of
rn.'ct.l jiom, rlr:in';c tliein, re-
n v -i.. iiui.:iiiii.jti()it mi t tiirr3,i an even,
Uti'-jT'.ti;l.viiueto te'hi.Utome nourisli-
i:u .1 ii iVin Kl in." a"d itinuibtion ol
ti e c-.ilLrku vlii,l alio Kcd the
'..in nl rjj'ply its healthful color
Ailtnur Drvjpit fur a frtt iamfU tf
&GBERTINE1
mar and scar tne skid, rure uiwu a -
..... tv. in Btartlnz to chanee a herd
down, df-bilitav condition which so many I natives to grades f-pnng Is generally
people experience U commonly the eect ! preferred to fall. The common calves
of impure blood. Dr. Pierce's Golden '; dropped then should be made to pay
Medical DUcovery Dot only cleans! the ! njSses uLtli the grade calves are
blood of impurities, but it iacreaies the j belcg drof-ped. otherwise the first lot
activity of the b!ood-mak!r.g g.arK ac4 s o gr2e oJves will have very higb
It enriches the body with an abendaxt for their dams,
supply of pure, rich blood. . j ..,st a5 jrrtant 'to cull
A coniideration of m Impr.riAsce in ! ' , . . . w.f
-i.m, -v.,1 miMnp tn tv ff,r th the ULprob.e dans rrom a wi
cure 01 Oiooa or twmacu uiwjrura uuw
Its harmlessnes.
Dr. Pierce is frank and open with the
public for he tells Just what is contained
In Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
Its ingredients are Golden Seal root,
Queen's root, Stone root, Black Cherry
bark, Bloodroot.Mandrake and pure triple
rellned glycerine. Concerning Golden
Seal the highest medical authorities agree
with Prof. John M. Scudder who says,
It stimulates the digestive processes,
and increases the assimilation of food.
Ity these means the blood is enriched, and
this blood feeds the muscular system. I
mention the muscular system because 1
belle-ve It first feels the Increased power
Imparted by tho stimulation of Increased
nutrition. The consequent Improvement
on the nervous and glandular systems are
natural results.
"Jn relation to Its general effect on the
system, then U rut vmHcine in tine (rfxut
Uhit h there i r-Aih ijrnernl vnonimity of
trjdnifin. It Is uvirTHiilly regarded as the
tonic u-ful in all debiliuu-d tut."
Concerning Iilooc!rrot The American
rrlspnaUiry fST- "inimulev-f digestive
organs, inrretvis action of h-srt and
ru-rlea stimulant and tonic. Very val
uable as a cough remedy acts as a sedative-further
valuable as an alterative."
Read all about vourself, your system,
the phvstclogy of life, anatomy, hygiene,
simple bom curs. etc.. In The Common
Sense Medical Adviser, a book of 100S
pages. For cloth-bound copy send 31
eentt In one-cent stamps, or for paper
fovered 21 stamns. Address Dr. E. V.
fierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
D
go.i. Onions chopped uue ,
ed A handful of fresh tef scraps;
scattered over the floor once a day j A
will found and devoured. It is 8, U
good rule never to give little chicks ;
more chick feed or cracked corn at a.
time than they will eat up clean. f
I find it a good plan after the chicks
are two weeks old to keep before them :
all the time a mixture made up as j -:
follows: Bran, two parts; clover meal, ; g
two i-arts; lxne meal, one part; a little g
salt and a little charcoal. This L? fed ; ti
dry and is In addition to the chick feed f ,
ftn,l vegetables. I ought also to add h
that I keep clean cool water before my:
chicks from the very start.
I am In no hurry to get my chicks
out on the ground unless the weathei
Is exceptionally fine, for I feel- that
they are safer and tetter In a house.
In one of the little houses such as I
v..,n,i n-lth nnon front and with the
floor littered an inch deep with clean
sea sand, chicks are safer and better
off than they are anywhere else. They
are out of the way of hawks, skunks,
cats and human thieves and grow like
weeds.
When my chicks are six weeks or
two months old then I let them out
into their yards. From now on I use
the hopper system of feeding and keep
feed before them all the time. In one
compartment of the hopper Is a dry
'mash made as follows: One part clo
ver meal, two parts mixed feed, one
part commeal, one part beef scraps, o
little salt, a little charcoal. The ingre
dients are compounded by bulk rather
than by weight. In the other compart
ment of the hopper 1 keep crackeu
corn. In their yards the chicks find
grass, bugs, worms and later In the
season apples, peaches and plums. As
soon as practicable I separate the sex
es and always aim to keep chicks of
the same size together. Cor. American
Poultry Advocate.
. VR. KING'S
ggaflL mi mi 1 1 y
FOR ROUGHS AND COLDS
PREVENTS PIIEUnOIlIA ,
, . .rfai TTToa ever afflicted with, and my friends expected
I had the most MM 'j Te foTmfgrave. Our doctor pronounced my casa incu
when I left my bed it would surely l) Disc0 cured me 60 completely that I J
ESSE 'KahIr, Groves, I
Price 50o anf$l.00 Ancm UTELY GUARAHTEEDI Trial Belli.
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY I
BELT & CHEREINGTON.
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: f lf -ii mi n 1 in in. I '
ESTI8T.
M. HAYTER
Office over Wilson's r mg Store
DALLAS,
ftRKOON.
TTORXEY AT LAW
J. L. Collins
XLain Street, Near rostofllce
DALLAS, - - OREGON
TTORSET AT LAW
B. F. JONES
Office in Cooper Building.
INDEPENDENCE, - OREGON
The Olds Gasoline Engines
I handle thn "Olds" the Itest Gaso
line Engine, In the market. Just the
thing for VkhI Sawing, Tumping
Kpruylug, Fwd Mills, Churning, Etc.
Come and See the best paso-
line engine made fur farmers'
purposes.
Ed.Biddle, Agent
Dallas, Oregon.
F0lEYSn0UETTAR
tosa ttkm O9ogla and haklaluingf
GRADE ANGUS HEIFER.
At two years old.
herd as It Is from a dairy herd. A
cow that will not breed regularly and
that does not give enough milk to
raise a good calf will not be a profit
able cow if tho calf must depend on
the dam for Its support while young.
Cows that make good mothers and
that drop a calf each year are the
ones that are wanted In a beef herd.
Shy breeders and young heifers that
have not been bred are not desirable
In establishing a herd of grade beef
cattle.
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Grandfatheny knew what
BALLARD'S SNOW
LINIMENT
will do.
A CONV1NCINQ PROOF
CURE
of the worth of a medicine Is the cures it can effect. Kverr
on who ha us.d llallard'a Snow Unlment knows that it will
KHLUMATISM. CUTS, SPRAINS. STIFF JOINTS.
BURNS, MX'RALUIA. CONTRACli n Ml'cn-
IMA Alt I k A IK.I" w-.
USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS.
V. L. Kettle, Klchmoinl, Mo., writ.-s:- "This is to
certify that I have ue4 your Snow l.ltilra tu for ten
yeara for rheumatism, nuralifia, lame bm-k, tc,
and in every case it Lm rvndurvd liaiuediatu nlki
and aatinfaction."
Avoid all Substitutes. Three Sizes 25c, 50c. $1.00
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.
00-502 North Second Street, ST. LOUIS, 0.
Enormous Marketing.
High prices draw the cattle. That Is
a market axiom. Over a million head
reached western stockyards during
September, a movement that does not
cast credit on the shortage shouters.
It would seem that the country Is mak
ing more beef than ever. This proba
bly Is the case, and such runs would
demoralize markets but for the fact
that consumption has been running
away nhead of production. Liquida
tion is, however, to be reckoned with
In the market movement that has as
tounded the trade recently.
Until ten days ago everything that
bore the faintest resemblance to a
sound mouthed ewe sold so readily In
the stockyards that salesmen were ha
bitually nccusiug themselves of giving
the stuff away despite the fact thalflt
was selling at the highest prices on
record and far higher than killers
could afford to pny.
All markets have enjoyed an unpre
cedented demand. Breeding ewes have
sold at prices that would have ap
peared fabulous ten years ago, the
bulk of yearling ewes selling on the
Chicago market as high as $7. All this
stuff has been taken Into the farming
belt by experienced men and enthusi
astic amateurs with a common object,
the raising of lambs and founding of
flocks, says the Breeder's Gazette.
Fannie Wood's Poultry Talk.
If you must feed new corn, go slow.
Loose feathers that gather in the
corners of the poultry house these
days furnish hiding places for lice.
A very simple remedy that will
check roup when the flocks begin to
sneeze Is turpentine. Kub on the head
and neck and swab the throat with tho
same.
There are pecks of trouble abend for
the one who neglects to treat fowls
for roup in the first stages. Roup la
the beginning is nothing more or less
than cold.
The late hatched pullets are worth
some little time and attention. They
will return a good profit In eggs next
spring and summer for care given and
feed consumed.
Malting Point of Butter.
One of the interesting facts illustrat
ed by experimental work at the Mon
tana station is that for the first two
weeks after churning the melting point
of butter Is higher than it ever Is again
and that after the first two weeks the
general tendency of the melting point
Is to become lower and lower. A de
duction from this fact would be that
lf the dairyman Is desirous of having
the butter retain Its hard, firm body
he should plan to have the butter reach
tho consumer's table some time before
It Is two weeks' old lf It Is intended
for immediate consumption.
Sold and Recommended by
STAFKIN DRUG COMPANY
Paraffining Buttar Tuba.
The advantages of paraffining butter
robs have been enumerated as follows:
1. Certain prevention of moldy tnba.
2. Invention of mold on butter and
liner by avoiding air space. 3. Neater
appearance of rub. 4. Reduction of
loss from shrinkage.
A Good Gooss Cross.
If you wish to have what are known
ns fancy table geese, a cross mating of
a wild Canada gander with either an
African or a Toulouse or an Embden
goose will produce a fine quality of
roasting geese. These will not do,
however, to use as producers in the
future. All produced In this way
should be killed and used the first sea
son, keeping out the mating of the
Canada gander with any of the other
geese, for when they are once well
mated they should never be separated,
but kept for the special purpose of
growing what are known as mongrel
geese.
Don't Disturb Pigeons Too Often.
Prank V. DeLancey, in Poultry Suc
cess, says don't be everlastingly clean
ing and scraping out your loft. Pigeon
droppings are not detrimental to the
health of your birds. Every time you
clean a loft you are disturbing your
birds. Use plenty of air slaked lime
on the floors, and give the birds tobac
co stems with which to build their
nests. Occasionally put tobacco dust
in the nest boxes.
A TTORXET AT LAW
L. D. BROWN
Notary Public ; Abstracts
Mill Street opposite Uglow Eldg.
DALLAS, OUr.UU.N.
TTOBNEY AT LAW.
Oscar Hayter,
Upstairs In Campbell building, Mill St
DALLAS, OREGON
Yttor.vevs at law.
FlPLEY & Eakin,
The only reliable set or Abstracts ir
Polk county. Office on Court St
DALLAS, OREGON
TjESTAL 8UKOEOSS
Dr. H. L. T0NEY
Graduate Ann Arbor, Mich.
Dr. S. T. D0N0H0E
Graduate University of California
Office in Uglow Bldg. Both Phones
DALLAS, - OREGON.
, TTORSEY AT LAW.
N. L. Butler,
OfHce over Dallas City Bank.
DALLAS, OREGON.
TTORSEY AT LAW
Ed. F. Coad,
Office in Courthouse
DALLAS, OREGON.
Physician and si-koeon
L. A. Bollmax, M. D.,
Uglow Building, Rooms 7 and 8.
Mutual Phone Main 3G. Bell Phone
Main 541.
DALLAS, j OREGON.
W. J. STOWE,
Truckman,
Does hauling of all kinds at reasonable
rates.
DALLAS. OTJKrjOisJ
Calls promptly answered day or night.
R. L. CHAPMAN
FUNERAL DIRECTOR & EMBALMER
Hell
DALLAS,
Phone 103
OREGON
Mulunl Phone LS06
M. OLIVE SMITH
teacher of
PIANO AND ORGAN
Studio, Room No. 2, Wilson Block
DALLAS OREGON
!, till
TIMBER LAI
FULLER & ELII
?:ycu
ODly Real Estate firm in Polk'
handling Timber Land eii Vs
Don't fail to call or write II vr,
bave timber to sell.
Office in Crider Built
Dallas, - - j.
WILLIAM H. CUMHI witl
Graduate Veterinary Ss '"7
Has located in Independent! GCl
Country calls promptly atte
day or night. US
Give me a trial at
Farmers' Feed Yard. Phone Hi fa
THEMANWK0S11 -THE
FISH BRAND SI and
is the mm com
has tried1;
thesin t
out of
other h
I
Guaranteed fc
and Sold Every;
at $JO0 ;
mi rw tnt
a tov to let?
YTt
Locating Poultry Yards.
There is no hard and fast law that
yards shall extend to the south. Most
of them do because the houses face the
south, and It is more convenient to
have the yards in front of the houses.
It is all right to locate the yards where
the conditions make It seem best to:
locate them, on any or all sides of the '
house.
Vigorous Males Needed.
The virile, vigorous male is the one
that will begot vigorous offspring, and
It is the vigorous offspring that lays
eggs. If you have a male that does
not care much about the females, is
indolent and uuattentive to them,
make a potpie or fricassee of him!
That Is all be Is good for.
i . - - r'. i 1 1 ii i
IA1
(
F
line
for
now
The Columbian Wyandotte Abroad.
The Australian Hen says that the
demaud throughout America for Co
luml inn Wyandottes Is very great and
that large numbers of this popular new
variety are being imiwted from the
United States and England.
READ THE
KLY OECjO
OF PORTLAND
" am . 4 iT f
LrW) For the general newsot the
& I WoHd alio for Information aba if
kw to ob(am ike best WJ
in cultivating the 5oiia Stock' pi
Raising, Fruit Growing etc.
paper by
Subscribing for
The Polk County Observer
Both Papers for $2.25
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THE NEW IDEA THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE
W!7
iUHEDDHAXAT
thlh lines tbe Bnels r H
ClEa C0U6H SYRUP fgl,
r1 M Bed Clove.- BIcsswb h Every EaU! J
Best for Children
For Sale by Druggists.
!P
Banding Pigeons. iNj
Where It Is difficult to get the bands ; S
1 on the legs of pigeons, a little soap a- fN
Iiiea 10 me leg may help tL opera-:
N j ? r7?ym (RavmnaaBBSBzn
now' This!
VCt etfer One Hundred Tollara KevraH lb
any ck cf Catarra that cacoot be cared by
Hall'i Catarrh Cure.
F J. CHE.NET CO., PWp. .Toledo, O.
" the Bodviiigncd, bave known F. J. Che
ney (or the lat li j r, nod belieTe him per
lectly honorable in all buinesa trnction
aod financially able to carry oat any obliga
tione made by thrh firm.
e.AU. Toirdo. O.
Hall C!arrh Core ie Uken lutvnalIT.ctiM
irrct.y npon the hiood and mucosa tnrtacWcJ
HU e Family FU:t are Ule bet.
tlon.
A reader of these notes residing in
Lansing, Mich., cites the case of a
farmer who cured a case of milk fe
ver In a rather unique manner. Aft
er trying several kinds of dope to no
purpose he took an ordinary bicycle
pump, inflated the cow's udder with
air pumped through the nipples, tied
them with strings and left them twelve
hours. lie then cut the strings and
let the air out The presence of tie
air seems to have worked a cure
Legal blanks at this offic
dowries and Provisions
l.oods .Codecs, Teas and Spices U
a food supply f frcsh vegetable' , ,, f"
. r 1 1,1 k 111
' ' 1 rockery and Queen's Ware.
season.
SIMONTON & SCOTT. wi. ore.
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