Washington County hatchet and Forest Grove times. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1896-1897, June 04, 1896, Image 8

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    W A SH IN G T O N
Mr. H e n n in g e r o f S alem visited friend* I T h e R id ge p eople tu rn ed out en m asse
! to h ear C o x e y a t C o rn eliu s.
in th i* v ic in ity last w eek.
M essrs. A. E . N ich o ls and \V. E . B row n
Mi..* M artha Y o rk i* »pending the
inade a trip to P o rtlan d on e d ay last
w eek at hom e w ith h er folk*.
w ecg.
D ode T h in g w ent to C o rn eliu s on b u si­
W e understand th at M r. Joh n son in-
ness last week.
ten ds b u ild in g a sa w m ill a t S cap p oose
M iss Irene A nderson o f Portland spent
sh o rtly . H is m ill near his hom e burned
S u n day a t h er hom e.
dow n a few w eeks ago.
M iss Rosa H ayes w ho has been v isit­
in g relatives, returned to her h om e in
K a r l'« l l u « « r
Knot Tea
Portland.
Is a cure for H e ad ach e and N ervo u s D is­
M isses A d ah T h in g and B eatrice A n d e r­ eases. N o th in g reliev es so q u ic k ly . F or
son Su n dayed w ith frien ds in Portland.
sale at C la r k 's druj¿ store.
Mrs. K a rste te r spent S u n d ay in H ills-
bdro.
Mrs. Sch ube o f Portlan d spent S u n d ay
w ith her parents.
Mr. A g g e rte r and Mr. S tark ol the
m etropolis, S u n d ayed w ith friends here.
M iss M ercy Johnson is ill
w ith spine
trouble.
It Haves L ive s E ve ry D a y.
Thousands o f cases o f C onsum ption ,
^
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A sth m a , C oughs, C o ld , and C rou p are
cu red every d a y by S h ilo h ’s cures, F or
sale a t C la rk 's drug store
_____ ____
THATCHER.
Dr. B ailey from H illsboro w as out to
U s ranch S u n d a v.
A large num ber from
th is
p lace at-
WAPATO.
Mr. Me A lp in e and w ife and M iss
L au ra B allard are v isitin g in Portlan d .
M abel R o lsto n e spen t S a tu rd a y and
S u n d a y in the G rove.
M rs. R u ssell h as been v ery s ic k b ut is
im p rovin g.
B. C ave w ill lea ve today for A lb a n y on
business.
M iss. M am ie M ath en a is exp ected
,Jome tW , w „ k from S alem w h £
, he
has been v isitin g for th e past m onth.
E . P . S te ve n to n and fa m ily o f Laurel
visite d w ith A . M. F lo re v last S u n d a v.
O u r school ta u g h t by M iss A lic e Por-
lc r w ill clojM, n c x t F ritia y w ith a p icn ic.
T h e j j ar(jw ic k sch ool at th e head o f
the la k e U u g h t b y M iss N clH c F lo r e y .
tended D ecoration at th e G rev e .
w ill g iv e an e x h ib itio n on T h u rsd a y
Our school is progressin g n icelv. T h e re J u n e n . E v e r y b o d y in vite d ,
were eigh teen scholars present the first
d ay, p robab ly th ere w ill be m ore in th e
I k . I ll it o f W o m e n .
near future.
C o n stip atio n causes m ore th an h a lf
T h e Bauford b oys from P ortlan d pas­ th e ills o f w om en.
C a rl's C lo v e r R oot
sed th rou gh tow n S a tu rd a y e ve n in g on T e a is a p le a san t cu re for C o n stip a tio n ,
th eir bicycles.
F o r sale at C la r k 's d ru g store.
C h a sT D h on d t com m en ced w ork on the
road last w eek.
G eo. S m ith and fa m ily
th eir ranch S u n day.
T h e cellar is
w ere out
com p leted
o f th e
to
DILLEY.
T h ere is a la rg e nu m b er o f people
co m p la in in g w iih th e la grip p e th is w eek.
new
T h e cam p m ee tin g held at th is place
w as w ell a tte n d ed b y citize n s and also
M r.fB u rn ett w ill preach in th e a fter­ b y ou tsid ers and a grea t in te re st was
taken .
noon at 3 o ’clo ck .
cream ery -
A ll R e co m m e n d I t.
A sk you r p h y sicia n , your d ru g g ist and
you r frien ds abou t S h ilo h ’ s C u re for C o n ­
sum ption,
T h e y w ill recom m end it.
F o r sale at C la r k ’s d ru g store.
FARMINGTON.
F arm ers in th is v ic in ity
finished seeding.
h av e n early
S ch ool closes F rid a y , June 5.
C a lv in Ja ck and wife^ atten d ed the
clo sin g’ cam paigti speech by H on. T. H.
T ongue, at H illsb oro S a tu rd a y n igh t.
Mrs. F u lle r o f W ash in gto n was the
guest o f Mrs. A n d y J a ck last w eek.
L ittle E d and G eorg e Ingram h ave
tak e n th e co n tra ct o f w e e d in g M ille r’ s
onions.
Mr. A lb e rt J a ck has gon e to R e e d ville.
H e is em ployed on th e D e L ash m u tt farm .
Mrs. C h ristian o f F o re st G ro ve has
been visitin g w ith her d au gh ter Mrs.
S w ope the past week.
Mr. W ill T a y lo r
S u n d a y.
w as
in F arm in gto n
Mrs. Lew is w ith son and d au gh ter h ave
gon e to P ortlan d w here she exp ects to
reside.
Mrs. G u m b a lia is q u ite sick again.
C a tarrh C u red .
H e a lth and sw eet b reath secured by
S h ilo h 's C a tarrh R e m ed y .
Price 50
cen ts. N asal In je cto r free. F o r sale at
C la r k 's d ru g store.
II I L L S l i t u t o .
T h e post office ch an ged h an d s th e ist
o f th e m onth .
Jo h n G a te s arrived hom e, S a tu rd a y
e ve n in g from S tan fo rd U n iv e rsity .
M iss G race C ro n k ite ca m e hom e from
P o rtlan d S a tu rd a y e v e n in g w here she
h as been v isitin g for a few d ays. H er
father H . M. C ro n k ite , had ch arge o f her
d ep artm en t in th e p u b lic acliool.
Mra. 11. O . T h o rn i* q u ite sick . F ears
are e n tertain ed as to h er recovery.
Dr. J. E . A d k in s has go n e to B row n s­
v ille , th is state, for a few d ay s visit.
M em orial e x e rc ise ! passed o ff very
p le a san tly . M ore in terest w as tak en in
th e m atter th an ever before. T h e ce m e ­
te ry had been cleared o f brush and p re ­
sented a very n eat ap pearan ce. T h e e x ­
ercises in th e aftern oon w ere held a t th e
cou rt house.
M uch in terest w as m an ifested in the
electio n , a lth o u g h e v e ry th in g passed off
q u ie tly . T h e d in n e r g iv e n b y th e ladies
o f th e C h ristia n ch u rch w as good , as w as
a lso th e ice cream served b y th e C o n g re ­
g a tio n a l people in th e cou rt house yard.
A report w as cu rre n t in th e c it y T u es­
d a y th at th e seven teen y e a r old d au gh ter
o f M rs. S la ter, a w idow liv in g in W est
U nion v ic in ity , h ad been th row n from a
horse M on d ay aftern oon , a n d k ille d .
T h e rem ain s o f C o u rtn e y M eek w ere
b rou gh t ou t from P o rtlan d b y T u esd ay
even in gs train and w ere bu ried in the
Presbyterian c e m e te ry W ed n esd ay a fte r­
noon .
HATCHET.
(tedured
C o u n t y S c h o o l C o lu m n .
PUMPKIN KIDGE.
H E E D Y IL L E .
COUNTY
W R IT TE N ARITHM ETIC.
MELKI JOHNSON
K a te s .
Those
con tem platin g goin g east,
should ca ll on or address the Union
Pacific c ity tick et office, 135 Third street,
Portland, tor rates to the follow ing meet-
D efine
n o tatio n ,
prim e
fa cto r,
q u a n tity , u n it o f m easu re, tra d e dis-
co u n t, specific d u ty , usury.
• W h a t m ust be th e w id th o f a board ings:
R epu b lican N ational Convention, St.
1 6 ft, lo n g , to co n tain 14*, ft.?
Special Bargains
Louis, M o ., June 16.
3 H o w deep m ust a b o x be to con tain
D em ocratic
N ational
convention,
Tracts in Washington, Yamhill
6 ga llo n s, i f i t '.» 17 in ch es lo n g and 12
C h icago, 111»., July 7.
in ch es w ide?
Peoples party con ven tion , and Am eri­
and Tillamook counties.
4 F in d th e d iam e te r o f a circulaJ
ca n S ilv e r convention, St. Louis, Mo.,
land c n ta in in g 5 sq u are m iles
5 A certa in room is 26 ft. lo n g, and 20 July 22.
_ „ n r c T
ro n U C
It. w ide. H ow m an y (eet is it from o n e
N ation al C o n v e n tio n 3 oung 1 eoples p Q R E S T
G R O V E
J
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.
t'...lu.,i
,vr
V
V
annllH>-
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S o cie t, C h ristian E ndeavor, W ashing­
o f th e low er corn ers to an o p p site upper
ton . D. C ., July 7th to 13th.
N ation al
E ducation al
Association
6 W h a t is th e face o f a 6o-day d raft,
m eeting, Buffalo, N . Y , July 3d to loth.
at
per cen t, d iscou n t, th at can be
E u cam p m cu t G rand A rm y o f the Re­
b o u gh t for $750, m otley b ein g w orth 7
public, S t. Paul. M inn., Septem ber 14.
H . D . J O N E S , P R O P R IE t J
per cen t.
R W B a x t e r . G eneral ag en t
7 H ow m uch m ust I in ve st in U n ited
1 k -e p the best rigs o b tain a b le ; h a v e safe gentl
S ta te s 4 per cen t, bon ds at n o , to give
horses and every accom m odation for th e comfort
m e $500 y e a r ly in com e?
and pleasure o f m y custom ers
8 W h a t is th e ed g e o f a cu be w hose e n ­
tire su rface is 5,400 sq u are inches?
h a c k
m eets e v e r y t r a in
lo fu rn ish
in fn rm a ii'U i
about
9 I f 1,490 lb s. o f old rope cost $23.12J»
S p le n d id S e rv ic e offered via " T h e
Passengers
called
for or tak en to a n y part o f the
h ow m uch is th a t p er ton?
N o r th -W e s te rn L in e ” from M inn­
citv. Patronage o f C o m m ercial M en aolicited
10 I f I buy a certa in m in in g sto ck at
e a p o lis am i St. Patil to M ilw au k ee
25 per cen t, below par, and sell it a t 8 per
H . I>. J O N H ,
a m i C h i f a g i —it's a pleasu re. If
cen t, b elow par, w h a t per cen t, sh all I
y o u e o ii'e u ip la t e a trip L a st,
gain ?
I
REAL ESTATE
AGEj
in Twenty and Forty At*
First Class Liven Stai
No trouble
T h e to llo w in g is th e report o f the
D illy sch ool d istrict N o. 10 for m on th
b e g in n in g A p ril 20 and en d in g M ay 15.
T h o se w h o w ere n eith er absen t nor tard v
and w h ose d ep o rtm en t is 80 per ce n t, or
a b o v e are as follow s:
G ram m a , G ra d e .— C h e ste r W irtz, N e l­
lie P u rd y, C h a s. K n a p p , K arl V a n M ete r,
John N issen , S a d ie B en n ett, G eorgia
j M cP h erson , L en a W irtz, M ollie H oover,
i A d d ie S tep h en s, E lsie M aury, P ea rl W il-
j kes, M aud V a n n o y ’ E v a Parsons, M innie
A n d erson and M aggie A n derson .
P rim a ry G ra d e .— C lifto n P u rd y, Ivie
U lm , E m m a P u rd y , M aggie S e n k b ie l,
C la y V a n n o y , H a rv e y U lm , L illie Rea-
c o ck , E lm e r M artin. L ilh a th M artin ,
N ew to n H oo v er, H ow ard D ix , L u la D ix,
R o v K u h n s, O scar K u h n s and Jacob T a p ­
per. W h o le n u m b er e n ro lle d in p rim a ry
room 53. W h o le nu m b er e n ro lle d in
a d v an ce d room 34. A v e ra g e a tte n d an ce
in p rim a ry g ra d e 43. A v e ra g e atten d -
; V
p le a .1* d ro p a lin e 10 E. C S avage,
T r a v , F. A
P
A g io W . H Mead
G e n . A g e n t. 248 W a s h in g to n St.
P o r tla n d .
O re g o n ,
I llu s tr a te d
d e ta ile d
Hire«
F o ld e r,
S t.
1 he* w e e k ,
THE HOME BAKEll
M AKES A S P E C IA L T Y O F
with
a b o u t the
tra in s
M in n e a p o lis and
receive
F ree,
in fo r m a tio n
su p e rb
d a y in
and
C
leavin g
GOOD BREAD
Paul every
toge her with
aft
a n y sp e cia l in fo r m a tio n you m ay
d e s ire
se ll
Your
you
H om e
tir k e is
a g e n t will
v ia
tin s
Though it will make anything you wish to order in the Bakinj
l'\
first
(’oiifectionery, Soda W ater. Sandwiches.
Ovsters in Anv Stvle.
cla ss lin e and re -e rve yon S le e p ­
in g C a r B e illia
in
K
a d v a n c e , on
a p p lic a tio n
New and Complete Line of
Whoa!
SPRING SUTINGS, FANCY TROUSER
Grocery.
KRANER & J A C K S O N !
Stop at the . . .
M r. C. W . O d ell is still p ilin g up m a­
teria l for his new house to be b u ilt th is an ce in a d v a n ce d grad e 31. W h o le N o.
e n rolled in sch o o l 87. G e n e ra l a vera ge
summ er.
a tte n d an ce 74. N o. o f v isito rs 35.
T h e last place to get your
M isses E ssie and M in ta K a s e r .o f P o rt­
L illia n A . D ow n s, p rin cip a l, |
su pplies u n til you reach Til-
lan d, visited w ith Mrs. S. F. V ar.m eter
M rs. E . J. Jon es, assistant.
lam ook. I c a riy a fu ll line o f
o ver Sundav.
228 Washington Street
R e p o rt o f th e sch ool in d istric t No. 90, Q p y G o o d s a n d G r o c e r i e s ,
A social hop w as giv en at B u rc h e ll’s
for sch o o l m on th b e g in n in g M a y 4th, 1896
..
,
h all T h u rsd ay e v e n in g b y C. B u rch ell.
Between First ami Second S ts.
PORTLAND, 0
and e n d in g M ay 29th, 1896. N o. o f d a y s
l a t e n t lu C U lC i n C S ,
A .fa v o r a b lc tim e was rep orted . F orest
I
ta
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g
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t
20.
N
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a
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an
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566.
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G ro ve w as w ell represented.
1 No. o f d a y s ab sen ce 154. N o. o f b oys J
271 A L D E R S T R E E T
A. H in uian , Dr. Ward and D. M. Dun- en rolled 18. N o. o f g irls e n rolled 18. ' Fishing Tackle and all necessary
P O R T L A N D , O R .
bar spoke at th is p lace S a tu rd a y e v e n in g T o ta l N o. en ro lled 36. A v e ra g e d a ily
supplies for a camp outfit.
on p o litica l issues o f th e d ay and th e a tte n d a n ce 29. N o . o f ta rd y m ark s 16.
U. C. KlllF.K. Prop.
m on ey q u estion .
No. o f v isito rs 10. T h o se n e ith e r absen t
T h e pop ulist p icn ic held at th e D ille y nor ta r d y d u rin g th e m on th w ere S ad ie
G A L E S C R E E K .
park w as a success, as a la rge crow d C ro w th e r, L u c y C ro w th e r, and Bruce
g a th e re d w ith
filled b ask ets.
T h e P a rk in .
THE ONLY Fir»t-CI
S v lv a L B a ker, T eacher.
sp eaker a d vertised failed to com e but |
Strictly Temperance
su b stitu tes w ere p len tifu l. But th ere is
rnnt in the city.
R e p o rt o f sch ool ill d istrict N o. 44 for
one th in g th e rep orter w ou ld lik e to call m on th e n d in g M ay 29. N o. b oys en rol-
—
I I A K I -r-
th e business m a n a g e r’s a tten tio n to and led 10. N o . g irls en rolled 7. N o. pu pils | y |
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th a t is to p ra ctice w h a t you preach and e n ro lle d 17. N o. d a y s ta u g h t 20. No.
patron ize hom e en terprise.
d ays a tte n d an ce 305. N o d a y s absen ce !
pmi J
. D E A L E R IN .
G o b i am i silv e r g o t in a row th e oth er «' N o ' tim es tard y 2' A v e ra Ke d a ily
■D'ci
‘la y but n eith er p a rtv w as v e r y success- “ “ ' n d an cc 16
N o v ,slt3 rs 1 1
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1 n e ith e r a b se n t nor ta rd y w ere: I.oura | S U I T S M A D E T O O R D E
! M ills, E lla and C h ris. Y a te s , A lfred and
j Fred S tep h en s, C ora and G u y W ilso n ,
A N a tu r a l B e a u tlfle r .
lu ir le s A P o r t e r B lo c k , K o r e s t G r o v e ,
Cleaning and Repairing
Burton and Jesse P h illip s and H arry |
K a r l's C lo v e r R o o t T e a pu rifies the
Neatly Done.
\\ oulil re-pectfully solicit a portion o f vour p a tro n ag e in groceries. Mi
W
h
itn
e
y
.
blood and g iv e s a cle a r and b eau tifu l
be to handle nothing but F i r s t C l a s s G o o d s . P rice alw avs as Lot
E le a n o r G ordon , S atu rd a y. I
com p lexion . F o r sale at C la r k 's drug
Lowest. T e r m s C a s h . Straw H ats and C aps, b v fa r th e Largest and
store.
R ep ort o f W a tt’s sch ool for m onth e n d ­
S tyles, at wholesale prices.
Y ou w ill w ant so m e ’ H a ts for vonrself -
soon.
Can save you some m oney. T ry me once.
in g M ay 22, 1896. No. o f d ays ta u g h t 20.
Y o u is to Please,
N o. o f pu pils enrolled 29.
A verag e
LAUREL.
W. A. Rfl
d a ily atten d an ce 27. N o. o f cases o f
W e ath e r fine and farm ers t a k in g a d ­
tardin ess 5. T im e lost b y tardin ess 66
Hill StTPPt -
van tage o f it.
H ills lio T o .
m inutes. N am es on roll o f honor: M arie ________________
A ll k in d s o f fru it w ill be scarce in th is
B leid , Inez B erry, I.u cile H aines, D avid
v ic in ity e x c e p t berries. T h e y w ill be
B leid, F ra n k B leid , K a te R euter, D en ver
p len tifu l.
and S id n e v H ick o x , L o ttie T h om as, Len a
fbe Host Modero,
T H IS * 73.00
T h e sp e a k in g at L au rel S a tu rd a y n igh t R eu ter, N in a and H ild a W o lco t and
NEXT!
p l k t e B ic rc ig
Most Reliable,
b y M r. G ates and M r. T im m o n s w as w ell D en n is Baker.
Most Datable
atten d ed . Mr. G a tes h an d led th e su b ­
Mrs. M. H ain es, teach er.
AMO
je c t o f ta riff w e ll. T h e p op u lists d id n 't
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seem to en jo y th e ta r iff issue for h e was
Wheel 00 Earth.
in terru pted w h ile he w as sp e a k in g by for m on th e n d in g M ay 29 1896. No. en- j
rolled 35,d ays a tten d an ce 642,d ays ta u g h t |
som e o f them .
Last ( nance
A. C.
TALJftp
S argent ,
H O LM ES,
[RCHAI
TAILOR.
W\A'
W. A. RUSSELL,
:u Groceries, Fruits and ProvisÄ;
Pants to Order,
$6.00
SPECIAL.
HAIRCUT
WHILE YOU
W AIT.
The Indestructible ‘'Maywood
B IC YC LE .
AT W IR T Z BROS.
M is. M. C . C o llie r is v ery low . Mrs. 20, a ve ra g e d a ily atten d an ce 32. T h e W a sh and Be ( lean at the Only
Baths in Town,
C ran d all, an old tim e frien d o f hers, is fo llo w in g h ave n e ith e r been absent nor
ta rd y , as w ell as e x c e lle n t in dep ortm en t.
ta k in g care o f her.
..
P ra n . k „ H u , lsm an , M ary u
H u , lsm an , r-
G eo. T w o doors S ou th o f V erts H all.
H u rly , B yron M oolb erry, K a rl G ra y ,
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A Fact W o r th K n o w in g .
C ora A d am s and C e ce lia S ch m itt.
C o n sum ption , L a G rip p e , Pn eu m on ia,
J. M G leason , T eacher.
and a ll T h ro a t and L u n g diseases are
R ep ort o f d istrict 72 for m on th e n d in g
cured b y S h ilo h 's C ure.
F o r sale at
M ay 14. No. o f d ays ta u g h t 20. N o. 1
C la r k 's d ru g store.
JAVA COFFEE HOUSE
______________ I o f p u p ils en rolled 36. N o. o f d ays a t-1
JUSTON’S
Wanted at O th o , I o w a .
AND
ten d a n ce 561. N o. o f d a y s abseneg 159.
I N o. o f tim es tard v 19. A v e rag e a t - (
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ten d a n ce 28> Th ose w ho were n eith er
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absen t nor ta rd y were: L en a and H en ry
H id d in k , A le c G a y , Bertie, A lfred and
Bennie C u m m in gs.
Cora L ize r, teach er. ;
RESTAURANT
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.Alfred L in strom , a S w ed ish decend*
ant, age 29 years. H e w ent to W ashin g-
PR IV A TE ROOMS FOR LAIMEg;
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ton e ig h t y ears a g o , and la ter to Port-
O p e n D a y a n d :v iv i,t
la n d , O regon , and has not been heard
from for four years. H is aged m oth er is
282 and 282 1-2 Morrison St.
v ery an xiou s lo know if he liv in g . A n y
P o r tla n d ,
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O regon .
R ep ort o f M t, V in ce n t school, d istrict |
in form atio n le a d in g to his w h ereab ou ts
w ill be k in d ly received by C h a rle s L in s ­ No. 70 for m o n th en d in g M ay 22. No.
en rolled 8. T o ta l a tte n d an ce 148. A v e r­
trom , O tho, W ebster c o u n ty , Iow a.
age a tte n d an ce 7, N o, tim es ta rd y 1.
O th e r papers please cop y.
E m il M iller w as n eith er absen t nor ta rd y |
d u rin g th e m onth .
E lectric B illers.
C a rrie F ru tch e y , teach er.
E le c tric B itters is a m ed icin e suited
0
tor a n y season,
but m ore g e n e ra lly
F o r D y ip s p a ia
needed, w hen the lan guid exh a u sted
fee lin g p revails, w h en th e liv e r is torpid A n d L iv e r C o m p lain t you h av e a printed
and slu ggish and th e need o f a to n ic and gu aran te e on e v e ry b o ttle o f S h ilo h 's
a ltera tiv e is felt. A prom pt use o f th is V ita liz e r. It n e ve r fails t o cu re. F o r
m ed icin e has often averted lo n g and p er­ sale a t C la rk 'a d ru g store.
T h e M ilne flo u rin g m ill, at th e d ep ot,
la b e in g raised up an d n ew sills and haps fatal b iliou s fevers. N o m ed icin e
fou n d ation p la ced under.
w ill a c t m ore su rely in co u n tera ctin g
T h e c itv " d a d s " m et in re gu la r c o u n ­ and freein g th e ayatem from th e m ala ria l
c i l session T u esd ay e v e n in g . L ittle buai- p oison. H ead ach e, in d ig e stio n , Conati-
ness w as presented for co n sid eratio n and p ation , D izziness y ie ld to E le c tr ic Bit-
a fte r p a ssiu g upon th e u su al b ills, ad t e n . 50 cts. and $1,00 per b o ttle a t
jo u rn m e n t w as tak e n .
M ille r's p h arm a cy.
MONEY
TO
loan
On Improved Farm Property::
AT f l RRENT r a t e s o r i n t i r e s t .
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R ip a n t
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T a b u le s: at d ru g g ists.
T a b u le s: one g iv e s relief.
T a b u le s cu re Ind igestion .
T a b u la s c u re liv e r trou b les.
Address with particulars
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patents
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