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HILLSBORO. WASHINGTON COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JAN
fiillsboro Independent. COUNTY
Frank Simpfon, A
. Fuegy J clerks,
Kuiatli, i. I-
II IWIN'r I 111,1 l.,r,...l
ii it not
lir ITai lli'M tn alnr
-rs itmii ordered to do so. Anvonel
, ..." "'0 miiMi notily th
puhli. ier or tl.ey will be held liable lor
t ne siiimTipiioo price.
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
$1.50 a Year, in Advance.
Entered at the Poetofflce at Hllle-
i ro, Oregon, lor tranimlialon through
'n ma! u second-class mall matter.
Official Paper ef Washington County.
CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK.
Judges and Clerks of Election-
Names of Jurors for the circuit
Court the Year 1908.
Republican In Politics.
It appearing to the court that
W. 1 McCallam, G. VV. Carter. J.
B. Merrill, Chris Kramer, R. M.
Hardin and C. VV. Ramsey paid
taxes in error to the amount of 28.-
J. Krep. Ed N.
rain, Tboa. Connell, W
Clyde Lincoln. Henry
West Butte C. ChrUtensen. f)le Ol
son, A. V. Denny; clerks, L. M. He,
Harry Kobinson, Harmon (iustin.
West CedurJ. O. (iustin, cbairuian,
A. C. Craven, C. F. Hall; clerks, 8. N.
Pool, Jr., A. Chapman, J. C. Smock.
It is ordered that the persons
named in the following list be de
signated as circuit court jurors for
Kant RiiUa rtostin Brown. A PUer-
rard, Eniil Heilman, John M. Overholt
TIME lO BICINTHE SUUCHTER
Kill Oil the Sas lose Sea by t8.
ins PhoexW Spray, Wi
Not f " Vwt.
xer, Unas Scuomueru, i ii"'H'
Schlecht, Joe Sax, John W Kiohardson
r .-!- C I lt.,.-...1,.rfi.r rtlavrt
iivrKriHiMo katkb: i)iiiiay. ou cent Is i. and it Is ordered that the above I. . .... . . ..:..i
. i..i. ....i...i .. i - jonnson. J J aieaciiam, j.uic. -
iiivii. hiikid Luiunjii. iur ii ii r i ii Mir- . .. . . i . v ... i '
Hons: readinir uoti.-ea. one cent a word 1 w 1 J " Joa II Thompson
eich Insertion (nothing less than 15 nell, sheriff. North Hillsboro Homer R Einmott,
ceutsj ; prolpxHional cards one Inch, tl
r,"'" '"l .. ra.K?.L,;..I.Ul . r. ... Abraham L Holcomb, E F Mc.Nelly,
' n a t sswsv.v a varus jmuuc iMavavax ava iu i , ,IU la
free to advertising lodges).
C. B. TONGUE
Office: Rooms 3. 4 and 6. Morgan Blk.
W. N. BARRETT
$150 be paid to claimant.
it is ordered tnat JJistnct Wo. 1 1
be divided and part set of) to be
added to Dist. No. 26,
The Hillsboro Argus and The
Washington County News were
made the official papers, and that
they be allowed $7.50 per month
for publishing court proceedings
It anoearinir to - the court that
BENTON BOWMAN - t,a
Oillce orf Main fct opo the uourt Houiie Heights, was sold to Washington
It appearing to the court that the ' rZ'"' " "
deatU ot tne Uorse belonging to Rob Tualatin C K AJams, Frank
Kimberlain was caused by defective H Brown, LC Brown, John U Ennis
condition of road, it is ordered that John Heaton, Fred Haaee, Ceo E Hay
thorne, W W Jaquith, E C Mutiny,
Offlce: Central Block, Rooms and T.
THOS. II. TONGUIi JR.
Jllice: hooms 6, 4 and 5, Morgan Biota
MARK 13. BUMP,
Notary Public and
JOHN M. WALL,
Office up stairs, Bailey-Morgan Blk.
HILLSBORO. - OREGON.
8. T. linklater, m. b. c. m.
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
Offlce, upstuirf, over The Delta Drug
Store. Otllce hours 8 to 12 J 1 to 0, and
In the evening from 7 to 9 o'clock.
J. P. TAMIESIE, M. D.
8. P. R. R. SURGEON
Reililenr oorner Third and Msln; oflloe np
lir over iKMlmlruic .lure; hour., S.SUtoum.
I lu & nd 7 toV p. 111. Tolephune to restdauve
from iKiludniK Ktorv. All calls promptly au
wer.il dar or oUht
error on the 4th
day of August, 1894, it is ordered
that a quit claim deed be executed
to Mrs. C. E. Lawrence for the pro
perty and that said deed be record
ed at the expense of Washington
A franchise to erect and main'
tain telephone poles was granted to
The report of Willis Ireland,
county recorder, received and ap
proved. Receipts lor December,
The report of E. J. Godman,
county clerk, received and approv
ed. Receipts for December. $2x7.-
Chas E Marrs, Robert
Richard Ravcroft, J V Raymond, G W
Dairy N J Burnett, .Voab J Baker,
Harry Bradley, Hiram Baker, Anton
Carstens, Herman Cop, W C Davidson,
John Friday, Francis 11 Herb, W C In
eles. J U Kennedy. II ii King, W m
Markway, J B Reynolds.
Beaverdam R M Kyle. II W Slott-
man, thus Sclnndler, ju ncot, r J
Owens, Herman Ritter, John A bulli-
an, Robert Thompson.
Washington J C Bills, Jos Connell,
Peter Groest-n. Win Josse, Allan C Tan-nock.
South Hillsboro Julius Asbahr, Cor
nelius Blaser, Chas F Grabel. L W
House, 8 8 Jeffries, W A Marlin, Win
Mcquillan, G A Patterson, II DSchmelt-
Columbia J C Beach, Lewis Powers,
J II Davis, Oral Gardner, W SHahn,
Jas II Hutchinson, W C Jackson, Allen
Keen, Samuel Moore, Jas Robb, t has
Taylor, W W Williams.
Beaverton S K Nelson, W W Gas-
kill, Sr, John Welch, Theo Pointer, C
Rosander, E J Thomas, John Winter,
W E Squires, John Peterson.
East Clar Sam Galbreath, J U
Young, W M Moore, Wra Wlllard, J I)
Wlrth, A J Hess, A Krau, AC Hall,
The following" kemwas pub
lished in the Portland Telegram
last October and is republished at
I this time so that trait growers
may know where the wonderfu
spray mentioned in the article
mnv be procured:
"Pirnnrd LeiS, Of tWnr-t
has attained wonderfj results
from spraying m n orchard on
his place containing upwards of
1,000 trees, m one year Mr.
Leis cleansed his trees 0f an ap
gravated attacK oi oon jose scale
that threatened to destroy the
orchard altogether. He never
knew until he visiteu tte iJewis
and Clark exposition two years
ago what trouoiea nis once fine
orchard of twenty acres of appie
While visiting the fair his at
tention was called to a rammoth
effigy of the San Jose sole, done
in papier mache. He atce de-
cided tnat mis a mepiague
that had seized his orchrd and
from which it was slowly dying.
He obtained all the litenrare he
could obtain on the subject and
the methods and treatmat ne
cessary to destroy the insect
A lime and sulphur spny was
used, and after one year ie dead
scale on the trees began dropping
on. Ihe year tne spny was
used the trees did not bear, but
this year, the second, theiruit is
of first class quality.
Codlin moth is now receiving'
the attention of Mr. Lei His
efForts were first directed igainst
the scale, as he considered that
the most dangerous faction.
He expcts to have no further
trouble from either fica1" or cod
lin moth after this yV.
lution used for the Utter is ar-
spn.ite of lead. I
President W. K. Jewell of the
state board of horticalture urges
land and Mineral Decisions.
The following decisions are fur
nished The Imleiwndent by
Woodford I). Harlan. Land At
torney, Washington. I). C:
Coal Lands-Agents-An ap
plication by an agent of an asso-
. union 10 11 10 a coal-declaratory
statement must be' made in the
manner provided by the depart
mental regulations, and show
what improvements have been
made, and the persons eompos-
TO BE HELD IN SALT LAKE CITY
I'ractioft A nnntaat
is not defeated by a previous ex-
""juuiciai opinion expressed by
c Luiminssion on the partia
tiiu ex-parte statement of the
Meandered Stream -An entry
umceieu in part on account of
emDracing land on both sides of
meandered stream, may be re-
"l&iaieu. in mo ll ISOnco nf aryxr
adverse claim, it appearing that
said stream is not in fact mean
dered within the meaning of the
iaw anu regulations.
lownsite Homestead Tho
amendment to sections 2289 and
22X) 11 S. of U. S., by act of
March 3, 1891. d(Xsnot authonV.P
entry under the hnmostonri Iqu
of lands included within the lim
its of an incorixrated town.
Mineral Land Th pviot
of gold in non-naying (juantities
will not preclude agricultural en
try of the land. The mineral
character of a tract is not estab-
usneu by a decision in a case
where such question was not in
January 22 lo 26-lmnort.int
Vast Area of Oregon and
West Butte Fred C An nee Iter, John
It is ordered that the followiue 1S0lanu 1,ttn,1 "Cooper, 1, M Hesse, instructed to prepare
I T . T . Ol... 11 T - 1
mines ducijuoi, v.nas it rvoeuer, nor
man Metzentine, Samuel Rice, Ralcig
Reed ville John Jack, C W Bloom,
B Clark, Henry Miller, P Olson, F Wei
senbeck, S G Rhodes, John Sorenion
Gaston G W Beal, Jr, John C Calla
han, John W Gibson. Fred Koberstein
it U watteson, r M Mclo.1, B F Pur
named persons oe appointed as
judges and clerks of election for the
several precincts ia Washington
Beaverdam Judges, Chris Schlndler,
chairman, Fred Berger, Robt. Thomp
son ; clerks, N. Johnson, J. J. Wlsmer,
D. C. Burton.
Beaverton Judges, John A. Johnson,
F. A. BAILEY, M. O.
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
Offlce: Morgan-Bailey block, up
stairs, rooms 11. 13 and 15. Residence
8 W. ror. Base Line and Second tts.
r. J. BAILEY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Offlce: Morgan-Bailey block, np
stalrs with K. A. Bailey. Residence,
N. E. corner Third and Oak ats.
A. B. BAILEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
nffli nr Ratlrv'i Hrnir florf.
rnim H:.KI to ii: 1: to It, and 7 lo .
third houao north of cUy elwirlo Until plant.
('IK iiromiitly auamlwl dar or nlxlit. lth
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Buty Hnlioln for Bmy pMpls.
Bring GoUrn Boaltb and Bnd Vigor.
A arwHflo f.rOonllpatlon, IndliraMtloii. I.le
and KMnry Tnnililt. I'lmpliHi. Eorm, Impure
Blood. Had Brih. NliiKKiah Ilowla. H-.la.-ha
and Harkarhw. ll a K.H-Uy Mumaln To In tab
lot form. Hfi ont a bo. (Innlnn made by
Uot4jarsa Dnrn Compamt, lladlaon. Wis.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
Dr. B. P. Shepherd,
(Successor to Dr. A. Burris.)
At his rooms over City Bakery every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
President California College of Ostepathy
Professor of Theory and Practice.
Kt-Mem.' Cal. State Board of Kxamincrs
and CURE thc LUNC8
" Dr. King's
I uii va
Sru i ii m
HLDS Trial SortJ frt
MO tL THROHTaNOmWQTROUBtES.
nn IRtNTEED 8ATI
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
chairman, M. 8. Barnes, A. Pike; clerks,
C. W. Allen. H. G. Vincent, C. K
Buxton Judges, U. P. West, chair
man, T. B. I'erkins, l. A. feterson;
clerk", J. II. Rink, L. II. Holt, G. F.
Columbia Judges, J. H.Davis, chair
man, Francis Chalmers, John Loftus;
clerks, A. E. McCumsey, J. I. Nortbrup,
Cornelius Judges, John Marsh, chair
man, A. Benson, Kd. Krahmer; clerks,
Scott Wolf, Herman Schulmerich, A.
Dairy Judges, John Friday, chair
man, Fred Wilcox, Peter Spiring;
clerks, Louis Carstens, Chus. Barrett,
J. C. Schulmerich.
Dillcy Judges, Abner I'-rigs, chair
man, Paul Beck, W. B. Steen; clerks,
A. R. Roberts, II. J. Hansen, Win.
East Butte Judges. C. F. Tigard. J.
E. Howard, G. W. Smith; clrrWs, Al
freil Zwener, G. A. Plieth, K. A. KnuttH.
East Cedar Judges, George Byron,
chairman, Louis Jurgens. J. N. Henry
clerks, E. U. Green, Chas. Geiberger,
Gales Creek Judges, John Ileinler,
chairman, Wm. IVugls, O. G. Lilly;
clerks, Clyde Ryan, W. T. Cox, Francis
Gaston R. Matteson, chairman, F.
M. Hill, E. Best; clerks. E. X. Hard
ing, H. Wescott, E.J. Ward.
Mountain G. P. Keener, chairman.
Clave Johnson, Thoe. Murphey; clerk.,
J. J, Meacham, C. C. Nelson, Steve Hoi-
North Forest Grove Thurston Bux
ton, chairman, H. F. Gordon, Victor
Croff; clerks. J. C. Clark, J. T. Fletch
er, Chas. Miller.
North Hillsboro K. H. Greer, J. W.
Bailev, Peter Boecow ; clerks. C. Jack,
Jr., W. F. Pittenger, Fred Sewell.
Reedville J. It. Imlay, chairman,
Andrew Jack, J. W. York; clerks, ieo.
Jack, Adrian Dant, Nick Kemmer.
South Forest Grove John Thornburg,
chairman, J. N. Hoffman, W. M. Ijin
glev ; clerks, Oscar Baldwin, R. I". Tet
erson, J. H. Wirtx.
Pouth Hillslioro John Dennis, chair,
man, G. A. Patterson, C. Blasier; clerks,
Benton Bowman, C. E. Deichman, Chas.
South Tualatin-C. K. Adams, Jr.,
chairman, W. H. McCorsutci, Dan
dy, W L Parsons, R J Tompkins
Galea Creek Henry Baker, Wm
Crowthere, H G Englebrecht, C J James
Wra Lee, Jos McUoberts, G W Poole, 0
Cornelius David II Bailey, Walter
Bernards, Gerhard Goetze, Rock Hull
letcr Jensen, John Koslmke, Henry
Kamna, Chas Krahtnar, Wm Mahler.
K B l'orter, Fred Harris, A H Saliwe
ortn horest Grove O Alstrom, John
Anderson, Ira E Bra dev. Herman Ber
nards, B F Catching, Henry David, C A
Dhondt, OM Galloway, Win Kemner.
Bedford II Laughlin, F J McGill. Levi
Dilley-Paul Beck, Martin E Iron-
well, Wm Muir, Delmar Martin, Henry
F Tarsons, W S Smith.
South Forest Grove John R Ballard.
John L Barrett, Wm Boyd. A V Crens
O L Doane, A W Gillis, Carl Hinman, J
rv uirig, ji ii Johnson, A W R.i.g..
(ieoO Sevan, W F Hchultz.
Buxton John R Bailey. A B Davis.
JamcH N Flippin, Henry Harman, Chas
tiazott. I rank Petzilka. S Paialnv. W...
I RaVIIIOIld. (I W Wnlfr.r.l
West Cedar--Chas F Barrett. Wm It
r-erringer, Jos Cowman, Chos W Elli-
on, John A F.ddv. V I. i i v
Johnston. 11 I. Krocher, Henry Marsh,
11 O Hayes, j R Mcl'oland.
Mark Twain "got stuck" in th
tied-up Knickerbocker Trust Com
pany of New York, to the tnn
of $51,199. and Mark hasn't been
able to see any humor about ir
Baker, the optician. Ill Sixth
street Portland; most successful
eye specialist on the coast; exam
ination free, lenses fitted one
year freej 37m2
Three hundred unemployed
men. headed by Morris I. Swift
of the socialist labor party, par
aded the streets of Boston one
day last week, and marching to
the mayor s office in city hall, de
manded that they be given work.
Hot Visroral. Bouillon. HotCof
fee and Cocoa Ham and Cheese
Sandwiches, fresh Ovsters or a
choice cocktail, go to Palmateer's
He Will Lecture.
Homer Davennort arrived in
Portland Monday night from Sil-
yerton, where he has been visit
ing his father for the past three
weeks, and remained until yes
terday, when he returned to New
York to resume his art work.
On Wednesday evening Mr. Dav
enport delivered his famous lec
ture at the White Temple under
the auspices of the White Temple
. Mr. Davenport has a world
wide reputation as a cartoonist,
and a national reputation as a
lecturer and traveler. He has
recently returned from an adven
turous expedition into the inter
ior of the Arabian Desert, into a
:eDaX theS edbywhitc mon" The purposl
T. of the trip was to secure and
country a number
nriceless Arabian war steeds.
which was made possible through
the unprecedented action of the
Sultan ot Turkey in granting mm
special permission for this pur
pose. This has never neretoiore
occurred, and was a very high
mark of distinction. Mr. Daven
port will tell of his audience with
the Sultan and ol tne many in
teresting experiences which be
preaching campaign against the "lct
scale in whatever part of the W l0, '
t j w. priceless
tne suite any vesugt vi mc ue
structive growth may be found.
f,raduallv Orecron is being cleans
ed of the scale and it is hoped
that it may be thoroughly killed
out in another year or so. Old
fences must be inspected as well
as trees of all kinds, not neces
sarily fruit or nut bearing trees."
A. B. Cordely, of the 0. A. C.
atCorvallis, says of the spray
Mr. Lies used on his trees, and
'or which he is agent for Wash
"The results obtained from the
use of your Phoenix spray were
verv satisfactory indeed. I test
ed it by diluting one gallon of
pray with ten gallons of water,
so bv dilutinc one to fifteen.
The diluted sprays were applied
thoroughly in February, to trees
that were simply mcrusioa witn
scale, and even the weaker solu
tion has annarently completely
eradicated the pest from sprayed
trees. A final examination maae
two weeks ago (September, 1907)
fails to reveal any living scale
pon fruit or leaves, bo far as I
am able to tell at present, the
trees are perfectly clean."
Siimlav dinner i? only 25 cents
at both tables at Hotel Bigelow.
at which time wil be served
hicken and everything else good
to eat. The new hotel is getting
the patronage it deserves and
our citizens should give the new
andlord every encouragement
A Union Ticket I let ted.
The union ticket was elected
without onrjosition at the Forest
irove e ection Aionaay ana tor
he first -time in many years the
temperance question was not an
Crinirpsr line of confections in
ne city. Lowney a racKages, a
pecialty. Aldcn ihocolates,
ruits, Cigars ana looaccos, and
complete line of Smoker's Ar
ticles, at Palmateers Confec
tionery. Krebs Bros, won their damage
suit for over $6,O"0 against T. A.
Livesley & Co.. prowing out of
the refusal of the latter to ac
cept and pay for a quantity of
hops covered by contract
Go to Webb & Hover's Feed
Store for poultry ni stock food,
ahy, flour and seeds.
It fills the arteries with rich, ted
blood, makes new flesh, and heal
thy men, women and children.
Nothinc can take its place; no rem
edy has done so much good as Hoi-
ister's Rocky Mountain lea. 35.,
tea or tablets. Delta Drug Store.
Ladies' Home Journal patterns
at Mrs. I. Bath's.
(Special Correspondence.) 1
Portland. Ore., January, 13th.
Th1 UVnnd ccoainn rf t,,i T..
Missouri Dry Farming Congress
is to be held in Salt Lake City,
Utah, January 22nd to 2t!th. Tho
proceedings of this congress are
of especial importance to a vast
area ot Uregon and Washington,
aim every commercial ooiiy in
the two states is asked to appoint
at least one delegate. Their
wnoie territory East of tk. f'.-w.
cades should be represented, and
com Governor Chamber lain and
Governor Mead are anxious that
large delegations should be tr-
sent at the convention. The ex
ecutive committee from the Paci
fic Northwest are Hon. W. .1
Kerr of the Orecron Atrrieultural
College and Hon. R. G. McCros
key of Washington. President
Fisher Harris of the organization
requests that delegates he ap
pointed and names sent to him at
once at Salt Lake City.
lion. La. II. Webster, chief of
the Dairy Division of the Bureau
of Animal Industry, United
States Department of Agricul
ture, has notified W. L. Crissey,
Secretary of the Oregon State
Dairy Association, that he will
arrange to have one or more gov
ernment representatives in at
tendance upon the state dairy
meetings of both Oregon and
Washington during the present
year 1908. December 10th and
11th have already been chosen as
the date of the Oregon meeting.
The somewhat disturbed finan
cial situation in the East and
South is causing industrial insti
tutions in the older states to in
vestigate the opportunities for a
more advantageous iioms irv th
great Pacific Northwest, or at
least this would be indicated by
the fact that the Portland Com
mercial Club has had more cor
respondence on this subject with
in the last sixty days than dur
ing the previous twelve months.
Trio immio-rntinn tn Orecnn
Illlllllg.W.lvi. - " " -
and Washington this year ought
to be double that of last. In no
other two states has every char
acter of crop yielded so enor
mously and commanded such a
high price. ' People in the older
communities are disposed to
move, and the Pacific Northwest
should get more than its propor
tion of new citizens, but to ac
complish this all the commercial
bodies must work in harmony
and individuals must participate
through private corresiKindence,
which is the strongest iniluence
The people of Eugene and Lane
county are beginning a campaign
in behalf of the University of
Oregon, in which they are meet
ing with the heartiest supiort
'and co-operation from all lxr-
tions of the state. The hm tieul
turalists of Lane county have
just passed a resolution' in which
they urge the people of the state
to study the question impartially,
and then act for her best educa
tional interests in casting their
vote at the June election.
The Fifth republican congres
sional committee of Toledo, O.,
has endorsed the candidacy of
Wm. H. Taft for president. The
Lincoln - Roosevelt Republican
clubs of California have nlso en
dorsed him. The committee fav
ors instructing the California del
Cuttuii to the national republican
convention to vote for Taft and
to use all honorable means to se
cure his nomination.
J. R. Bailey for Commissioner.
J. R. Bailey, of Buxton, has,
at the solicitation of many
friends, concluded to make the
run for the nomination of county
commissioner, to take the place
of C. B. Buchanan, whose tirm
expires the coming spring. Mr.
Bailey is well acquainted with
county affairs, and if nomin.-it.-d
and elected, will undoubtedly
make a good official. He wiil
make his announcement next
A Desperate Chance.
There is a plav at the Seattle
Theatre this week that lots of
people could see with profit. It
is not such a great play as a lit
erary eirort, but it was the best
that could be evolved after the
material the author had furnish
ed by the episode. Most news
paper readers read about the dar
ing escape of the Biddle brothers
from the Pittsburg city jail about
five years ago. It was made
doubly interesting from the fact
that they etrected their escape
through the assistance of the
prison warden's wife, who bo
came infatuated with the elder
of the Biddle brothers. The play
shows the crime for which t hey
were convicted and sentenced to
death, and the sickening senti
mentality of the hysterical fe
males, who bring flowers to the
condemned murderers and weep
over their fancied fate. The en-
episode, and the scene where
they are at bay and wounded to
death ia extremely thrilling. Th
author has involved a vein of
comedy furnished by a German
and his sweetheart that is really
good. The acting of the com-
Eany is highly creditable and "A
esperate Chance" is attractive
for several reasons, and teaches
a moral; that is, that our sins are
sure to find us out. and the pen
alty and interest exacted is not
worth the Pleasure tnat we ima
gine we derive from an evil ac
tion. Ihe engagement closes
Saturday night Seattle Times.
"A Desperate Chance" at the
A Pennsylvania man crawled un
der the floor of the kitcheu and
yelled like a wild cat. llcfore lie
could let out a second yowl his
landlady fired at him three times,
narrowly missing his head. Here
after he will be contented with the
role of a tame house cat.
BtfX. Try the Independent tele
phone for long distance.
I a a a
1 1- " nl
There's a lot of satisfaction in a shoe which
after month's of wear, needs only polish to
'look like new." You will find comfort, ease
aml profit in the II AMILTON-1'.IIOWNIOKS.
Your children will want someumig
- i isri CUOCQ
Comoand see our onwwu
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be made. Uur guaraiueo mi... j
sm ar. ..-' ' - r r ..1 .m
Xo better can
Our Line of
i the finest in the count'.
Everything usually carried by nn up-to-date
Grocery House. Our immense sales make it pos
sible for us to carry strictly fresh goods. Not a
shop worn article in the establishment.
The old Reliable Corner Grocery and Shoe Store