Ilic íiuus-íuniíd. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1904. 8UB8CKI PTION KATE»: One Year ............................. ............. 12.00 Six Months........................... ..................... 1.00 Three Mouths .. ........................... 75 . Ul.l AN K VRI) — — — — Maaager OFFICIAL DIRECTORY 8TATK—ORKGON: . 8. Senator» Congressmen.................... Attorney General .......... Governor ...........Ge Secretary oi State Treasurer 8upt. Public instruction. State Printer F 1 . Duubar. C. 8. Moore. J. H. Ackerman. J. R. Whitney * K. 8. Bean. .> C. Wolverton > F. A. Moore Supreme Judges NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Geo. E. Davit J W McCulloch ......... CH Leonini District Judge . District Attorney Deputy Dist Atty circuit Court meets the Third Monday in April and Fourth Monday in October. ___ J L Sits J L. Rand Joi nt Representative Joint-Senator . . . COUNTY—HARN RY H.C.Levens Sam Mothershead J M Dalton F M Jordan Tom Allen J. E. Loggan M E Rigby J A Vest .... »C T Miller JW L Best Cuonty Judge ............ Clerk ....................... : reaaurer .................... Surveyor ....................... tthertn Assessor School Superintendent Stock Inspector ....... Commissioners County Court meets the first Wednesday in January, March. May, July, September and November. iiarnky u . h . land offici ; Register Receiver. ..................... Wm Karre A W Gowan CITY. —BURNS’ Mayor, Recorder, Treasurer, M araba), THE BURNS FURNITURE CO., ». c. nn, »*«*«« much valuable timber, the fire dential campaign the Lnite«l 1 burned all around this man,s tim States has ever known since i860 1 ber and died out, and today his has begun. And it is the most quai ter-sectiun of heavy green I important, too. limber stands surrounded by a j Which will it be, Parker and lot of burnt snags, a living monu-1 Davis or Roosevelt and Fair- ment to the folly of the United | I banks? «Nobody knows yet, but 1 Slates Forestry Department in The Thrice-a-Week World will the course they are pursuing in I tell you promptly, fully and truth- , regard to the putting out of lires. fully every movement of a hot and The real —Coburg Cor. Harrisburg Bul- thrilling campaign. I newspaper now prints facts rather letin. i lhan hope», and it has always been the effort of The Thrice-a-Week and The Chinese, Japanese, Siamese are peculiarly skillful at World to tell the thing that has botanical feats. One of their happened exactly as it happened. | wonderful achievements is known I Thus you can judge for yourself as the “changeable rose.” The and form your opinion. There is also a great war going bloom is white in the shade and on in the East, where The World red in the sunlight. After night has a brilliant staff of correspond or in a dark room this curiosity of ents in the field, and their reports the rose family is a pure waxy- white blossom, white transfer are found regularly in the columns Kitchen furnishing cuill he one of oct» specialties, and your kitch red to the open air the transfor of The Thrice-a-Week World. The Thrice-a-Week World’s en mill be ready to go into and cook a meal mation immediately sets in, tht time of the entire change of the regular subscription price is only Nor mill the Parlor, Bedroom and Hall be overlooked in any detail. flower from white to red depend $1.00 per year, and this pays for ing on the degree of sun light 156 papers. We offer this un- and warmth. First the petals , equalled newspaper and The take on a kind of washed or faded | Times-Herald together one year Rockers, $2 and up, Chairs $1 and up, blue color, atid rapidly change to , j for $2.50. Iron beds 15 75 and up, Ladies Desks $8 up The regular subscription price a faint blush of pink. The pink Spring beds $4 up, Mu'ic’cabinets $5 up, | ! of the two papers is $3. gradually deepens in hue until Extension .Tables (good ones) at $7 75, up you find that your lily white rose Mattresses, excelsior, wool, and floss, $2 50, up of an hour before is as red as the reddest peony that ever bloomed. —Ex. ------- IN-------- ......... Dr J. W. Geary. 8 W Miller V I Hopkins J W Bevedge C E McPheeters J C Koley Simon Lewis, G W Clevenger Is at the Old Stand selling cheaper than you can run the risk oi laying it down here from any catalogue house in America. We buy as cheap as anyone and will sell as cheap as anyone, there fore, our prices must, and will be right. A call will convince you. Leayes Burns daily at 6:30 a m. Arrives at Bu, ly from Ontario at 5 p The Harney County l ive Stock Aasoclallun will pay Five Hundred Dollar« Reward Io the and conviction of anv person or persona who kill, steal or drive oil any horses, mule. or cattle belonging to any member of the Aaam la lion. The County Court alao otic,« an addl tional reward of Five Hundred Dollars. W. B J ohnson . Prei AacHtg M< G owan , Sec’y, Burn», Oregon. BRANDS AND P. O. SDDBks.8 OF MKMBKUS. The only through p18ieifc transfer route from Burilj railroad. First-class aecommod,^] good eating stations at ConJ distances along the route S. 8. WILLIAMS, G*n.Mp Drewsej;^ L. Woldenberg Jr., Agent S hoo Additional Reward. In addition to the above I offer |;'»o0 under the same con ditions for horBes branded horseBhoe baron both or either < 1 UOSSM ANNS'! Jaw recorded in 8 board w counties. Range, PATENT WKITING Bly; Harney. Lake and Crook Counties. room la H otbcb ventedwhen old. HorBes Hold 'T'HE most important in./ which 1 pass through this 1 merit ment of of the the age age in in the the J J ction will be re ported in t his paper, reported, please write or telephone penmanship makes thepoorJ neceM* li noi The Thues- Herald, Main 324. Burns, < ie. a splendid penman in a few J W. W BROWN, File Oregon. by the use of this ring. EnM ber of Feter Clemens, Burns, horses, l’c on left st i impose imposB fie; cattle same on either hip; eai marks crop by prominent College Prel and split.in left ear, swallow fork and square and Boards of Education ini all the under bit iu riaht. M Fenwick, Burns, horses, double dot vertic and America. Sample the hig al bar on left shoulder, cattle. Lon right hip; 1’rof earmarks, two underbits in each ear: also some s■■rt<<i sizes sent post paid for|M branded bar T on right ribs; earmark, under single sample 25c. When Prof half crop in left ear. J H Bunyard, Burns, cattle, 7 on left hip; ear a single ring, state whetherfoti| marks, crop off left ear, swallow fork in right. woman, or child. J P Withers, Harney, horses, combined TJP \ode on left shoulder; cattle, half circle cross on PENN MFG. SUPPLY either hip: earmarks, upperbit in right ear, un with u derbit in left. No. 118 S. Fourth Street, PHILW.1 : who a Martin Bros., Burns, cattle, double dot hori zontal bar on either hip; earmarks, upper bit in Dillar right ear, swallow fork in left, wattle on right jaw; also some branded circle N on right side ti on. O L Shingledecker. Burns, horses, .5 on lef shoulder; cattle, <’> on right side and hip; ear educa marks, crop off right ear, crop and under half crop off left. for mi Fred Denstedt, Burns, horses. Fl) on the left one o shoulder; cattle Fl) on left side; earmark, un der half crop in each ear. era O R J Williams, Riley, horses, CB on the left shoulder; cattle, CB on left hip; earmarks, crop off left ear, under half cron off right, wattle un derchin; also cattle branded 88, crop and un bMC derbit in left ear, under halt crop in right; also cattie JTon left ribs, crop and split in left ear. la Absolutely PURE, ani board under half crop in right. will OUTWEAR all othej H II Elliott, Narrows, horses, Th combined on left stifle; cattle Th combined on left hip; ear mark, upper slope on each ear. wattle on chin Leads. and bell collar. If unur local dealer doe» not a I Sylvester Smith, Narrows, horses. H s on right leg; cattle V bar, earmark, under half crop and 11/ it write to ns anil we uill m-J short over slope iu each ear jughandle and dewlap. yon get it | P G Smith, Burns, horses, quarter circle 8 on W. P Fuller A Co. Portia« right hind leg and left shoulder; cattle, quartei circles on either hip; earmarx, crop oil right ► ••••«>•••••••••••••.,J f ear, split in under side of left; two dewlaps. A E Young. Burns, horses, Y on left leg and J*< connected on right shoulder; also booton left shoulder; cattle, rocking chair on left hip; earmark, right ear drooped down, left cut slop ing towards head on upper side; wattle on lef side of neck; all animals dehorned “¡HE BIG .'>T SENSAT.O.s EVEKYW i J C P Rutherford, Burns, cattle, bar 2 on left side; earmark, under half crop right ear; horses = LILTFTTT bar 2 on left shoulder. Thos Wingfield, Burns, horses, ® (chainlink) on left shoulder; cattle, same on left side; mark i crop off left ear, short overslope in right. St«n't'oscope A) >p;tuatiJ John Craddock, Silvies, horses. 8-8 ou the left shoulder; cattle,8-8 on right side; mark, crop The smallest Stereoseop? with the stroJ off right ear, swallow fork In left, cewlap on opticnl cIFect Highly finished in differesl brisket. ors with rich gold anti silver ilecorl W E Smith, Burns, cattle, XI on right side: (mountings). Including 20 V. F. Photoml mark, split iu right ear, wattle on nose. Views of nit (genre). 1’RI ’E ONLY 111 O Hudspeth, Burns, cattle, scissors on right Sent everywhere prepaid in letter form. | AGENTS WANTED. side; mark, crop and split in each ear. Simon Lewis, Burns, cattle SI. on right side, mark, crop and underbit in left ear, c rop and under halt crop off right. FORREST BUILDING John Witzell. Burns, horses. W bar on rigid stifle; cattle, diamond bar on left bip; mark; PHILADELPHIA split iu each ear, wattle unaer chin. » £ M McMenamy, Burns, horses, reverse L on Bi left stifle; cattle, 69 on left hip; mark, metal tn.• in each ear With full name aud addres wl , yarie,‘ Pr<!8 ’ horses. LF ou right stifle; cattle LF on right hip; mark, crop, upperbit ami un- fo derbit iu right ear. KODOL digests what you eat. ¿.A Van, horses, 71 baron stifle; ARRIVI TIME SCHEDULES cattle, bar IL on left ribs; mark, underbit in left From lluntiugton Ore from ear, under slope in right. KODOL cleanses, purifies, stmrifl H Elliott, Burns, horsts, H4 combined on left Salt Lake,Denver, Ft stifle; cattle, o on left side; mark, underbit in —--------- and sweetens the stomich. 3 right ear left split in half lower part lopped Worth, Omaha, Kan doWn against side of head. KODOL cures Indigestion, dyspeptic sas City, St. Louia y»"., hoi-’eS. SJ on k it »honl.ler; -------------- all stomach and bowel trashfl nilr o ’ 8J 1 le ?. hlp - ni " rk - ‘ rop nn.l under Chicago and East. 1:45 a.m halt crop in right ear. uaderbit iu left. KODOL accelerates the actionolItem U J Jonuaon, Riley, cattle, O tar on left nip: -------------- trie glands and gives I om »■ marks, .wallow fork in right ear, split iu left. digestive organs. W H Johnson, cattle, JK combined on left hin Salt Lalte,Denver.Ft !J,.Yfke^nOrei''hU'*r't"0 Many New Lines will be added as soon as teams can get but. READ THE MARKET NEWS The Oregon Daily Journal. Bureaus $8 and upward. Fold ing Iron Beds and Couches low as $1 1.50 Î Pl ONEEB WHITS LEAD The Blue Blaze of Minnesota Nothing is omitted that concerns has laid aside its wooden press Councilmen : | the interest of buyers and sellers and is pulling in a new Washing j in the live stock, grain, provisions, Meetings of the Council every Second and ton, says Our Western Ways. Fourth Wednesday. I produce and financial markets— the quotations are comprehensive, Oregon Leads all Others. M( JC1ETIEB. and are in every way reliable. dlall Paper 13 eents The Journal in addition carries I single »■oil and UP. A Washington, D. C. dispatch HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F. Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, every Saturday says; 'every days a full and truthful te- A MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT 7:80 p m. J. W. Buchanan, N. G. F. (). Jackson, Secretary. Oregon again leads all states in I port of tne world’s news and pre connection where we will make you anything the amount of money realized sents many special features of deep from a wooden knitting needle to “double BURNS LODGE NO. 97, A K A M., Call! Never too busy to Meets every Saturday evening in Masonic from public lands, having turned interest to the average reader. deck” wood rack. linn. j . < . Welooma Jr, w. m . ¡alk or furnish estimates. The Jouanal ’ s woman ’ s page, the F. 8. Reider, Secretary. into the treasury $1,442,576 in the last fiscal year. This is over illustrated sportlang news page, INLAND LODGE NO. 70 K. of P. nearest Journal stories and comic pages Meets every Thursday evening in the Brown $200,000 ahead of the I i a 11. H. M . Horton, C. C. competitor. While these receipts and other good things meke it a L. M Brown. K. R. H C 01 aps able Foe are more than $500,000 below very popular family newspaper, W. J. COLEMAN, BURNS LODGE No 47 A. O. U. W. Oregon’s receipts last year, the clean and bright from A to Z and Meets every second and fourth Friday. Stenographer and Notary Public A. C. Welcome, M. W. state holds its own by proportion. year’s end to year’s end. C. N. .'uchran, Recorder. B urns , - O regon . Daily, one year by mail, $4; There were 12,874 entries made Office In Cltlsen. Bank Building. I six months, $2.25; three menths, ORDER OF WASAINGTON. in Oregon last year, embracing Meets every first and third Friday, In Brown Hull < . I’. Rutherford, Presidon JOHN W . LILIPUf STERIOSCOPJ Ct. 1,170,655 acres of public land- $1.25. W. L. ,. MARSDEN, Pearl Vulgamore, Secretary. Semi-weekly, 104 issues, one In 1903 there were 18,744 entries MARSDEN & GERRY. BURNS CHAPTER NO 40, O. E. 8. in Oregon, embracing 1,845,852 year, $1.50. Physicians ancl Surgeons. Meets every second and fourth Mondays, in Weekly, $1. The issues of tne acres. Cash receipts that year BURNS, OREGON. Masonic Hall. Eunice E. Thompson, W. M. Delnora Gowan, Secretary. Semi-Weekly and Weekly Journ Office at residence. gJIT' 1‘hoM No. !> amounte«! to $2,015,526. al also contain the market news SYLVIA REBEKAH DEGREE No.d, Mvetsevery 1st and 3d Wednesday. Morg Brown will leave for Burns anil all of the features of the Daily Depart for Flora Hagey, N. G. I. E. Hibbard H. 8. Brownton c G. Smith, Rec. Sec'y. in a few weeks where he will take Journal. rownton, Hibbard Ac up his permanent, residence. —Lake The Times-Herald clubs with 1 C’liicago- DENTIST ’S. HARNEY VAI LEY CAMP No 331. W of|W. 1 Porti ml view Herald. the Journal at the following rates Hauk. Meets every first and second Tuesday. Office Hrat door eaat of The Citlsen. i Special ('. W. McClain, Com. Bums. Oregon. for both papers: W. A. Gowan, clerk. 12:35 what’s in a Name? Daily,........... $4.00 a. tr. TULE CIRCLE No. 166, W. of W Semi-Weekly- 2.50 Everything is in th«' name when Meets every fourth Tuesday. Atlantic W. C. BROWN, Martha Dalton, G. M. 2 25 it comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. Weekly ........ KODOL relieves an overworkeditnC-l ! Express Worth, Omaha. Kan 3.35 lone Whiting, Clerk. ----------- — of all nervous strain (Iwj otjeit'r^' T' "'.nCCi;,'.; i 2:10 sas City, St. I.ouis C. DeWitt A- Co. of Chicago, die- p n:. deittist the heart a full, free and untnuam Chicago and Fast. left shoulder; mark, upper half crop iu I- i P m j covered some years ago bow to action, nourishes the nervous eyiteae B ukns , O regon . „.J, h PI1. horses,21!on leftsl...... feeds the brain. The idea of a graduated home ' make a salve fiom Witch Hazel I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. cattle, on right bipor side; mark eim> t j St. Paul Wall;- Walla, Lewis each ear, hole in right. p mi Oliice U| stairs in \'o«gtly Building. stead law, advanced by Congress that is a specific for Piles. For KODOL ,s fl10 wonderful remedy#<■ E st Mai ton. Spokane, Minne 12:35 Mr. I N Hughet, Warm Springs, c sttie e«r —— making so many slckpeiflt^ lock on left side; mark, wattle under chin.' man Williamson, is one that is blind, bleeding, itching and pro 1 1 45 apolis, St. Paul, Du a. m. and weak people strong by CtviafUtJ Burns, horses, on the left bodies all of the nourishment that II» luth Milwaukee, Chi shoulder; cattle oj on right side; GJ mark "di loaded with «langer. The theory truding Piles, eczema, cuts, burns, I 1 left ear, two underbits in right. ’ ’ tained In the food they eat. cago ; nd East. START A BUSIN E S OF YOUR of it is all right; if it were to be 1 bruses and all skin diseases, De Sam King, Burns, cattle, S7on left hh> ■, ,.rk ATTORXER AT LAW. crop and underbit in e.tdr ear, w.ult! on'"dt Bottle« only, J 1.00 Sli. holding SKtUMtm» OWN carried out in a scientific spirit it Witt's Salve has no eipial This •lie. which aeUi for SOs. Burns, Oregon. OCEAN anti RIVER SCHEDULE horses, .E on left stifle- i has given rise to numerous worth- would doubtless bring great im on r?.tt„,h,p; "'“rk- upw half crop od right ^r: rneand tali kr t. C. MITT 4 «.CB* Office first door west of Bank. Our new book entitled •* 40 M oney Freu I'ertlaad J W Biggs, Burns, horses, OR on left stifle provement. But we have had less counterfeits Ask for Dewitt’s Burns Drtiggista. bineL8ti,?e?lO.,;^e?^i:'.??™l?^^^ M aking I dkas ” is worth its weight in I — the genuine. Sold by Burns All sailing dates sub enough experience with land ad THORNTON WILLIAMS. gold to every man who wants to start a 1 dMbit UOr?gbt'ddewmp mide'r"?>m2t,V,t "" jcct to change. ministration in the United States Drug Stores ATTORNEY—AT—I. AW. legitimate, paying mail order business. ( 8 P For San Francisco 4 p. Hl. to know that tine theories fall It tells you what to do and how to do every 5 days. 60 Y IAS»' Office one door north I experiinci down lamentably when put to the Do you want blacksmith coal'.* The O. it succe -fully Send us 50c today of French Hotel (olaaibla River i 8 p. tn 1 p. m. test of practical operation. The C. Co. is headquarters Steeaieri and we will send you the book, and a Ex Sun. ToAMoiiiiana Way- Except Bl HNS, t W f J m ' ■ M O regon . valuable m< ’ th V to«"» ai n > vea free Saturd’y- graduated homestead would nec ” / . ■ ■ J , ■ Bkl Sunday. Landings. ^9 ^4 1 ■ R L 11’J TO p. a. CENT! RV I't BI.ISHI' ,.C. UOX 73, Religious Services. essarily leave more to the descre- j. W BIGGS, DAI.TON BIGGS .houlder"^' h *' « 'he left ll ER IN L a 1 . >1 INN tion of land officials, would be Willamette River. TRADA Rev A. J. Irwin will preach Biggs & Biggs at BUrn’- h"™” »T-de ll Vn., Dtom likely to open the door to multi 6 a. m. Oregon City New 4:30 p m berg. Sal. m and Way Harney the 2nd Sunday of each Except ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW, Except farious and multitudinous grafters, Anrrvnp »ending n a w»»w*«** «ketch a.r.4 4ee*Jg^ g Landings. qufokir til®k!r ascertain onr mir opinion Sunday month at 11 a. m. and 7.-30 p. m. n HNS, — — — — OREGON. Sunday. tnver.Unn is pm ba bl v and by the time the government Units strictly conHdenual BnndX>QB Sabbath school every sabbath at 2 sent free. Oblent wafers^ for Practice in all the courts of Ore. Mill.m.ttr a Isatin would wake up to the abuses 7 a tn. Patents taken tlroufh 3:30 p m Hirer. p. tn. ♦prnMi notiM» witfeoal chart a, AIM Collections promptly made. Teusday there would be no more public Ort gon City, Dayton Mond»y Tuhrd’y But, aiso two underbits Wed, & iu each ear Sunday school at Hnrnev the domain. It is conceivable that a Forest re« ne ver p, ’ii| tracts [of 40 A Sat. and \\ ay-Landings A hand>o»ialy Friday. onlatlon of any MtaaUfif first Sunday of each month at 10 acre« sad up« ard. ready for immediate graduated homestead law might G. A R rmbold U. W. P akribh horses ..me brand'od right sflfl? “* ‘‘ "r; ’•ar ; four mon‘M IL M use and guara, -eed. WlllMwtte Klr«r. 6 a. n> 4:30 p m hlpZZ^Z«™’^'';' A'* On "K'1' ' be so guarded that its administra o'clock a m. On the second, third PARRISH à REMBOLD, Will buy soldier»' laud warrants given Tuesday Branch ’ *-». « » W . W anti fourth Sunday of each month Portland Corvallis Tuesday underbit in left ai«.. J? ,M\ih ear8 "ithi tion would not be attended with Attorneya-at-I.aw, for services in all Indian wars ann Mex Thurs & and Way Landings h,,,t rup 10 ttG s“.*n’ fii! Thurs A at 3 o'clock p m Preaching ser Hurns (and Canyon City.) Oregon. ican and War ol IH12 Sat gieat mischief, but the possibili Sat. A’ill practice in the courts of Harney and vice «very second Sunday at 8 p in. • rant counties and in the nupreme court ot the ties of evil are so great that the •*- »■ - •tale, and also in U.S land office. Her Objertlo». : Leave Leave •title. .L'es^me on’lefoV""1’'”'11 O" **'' At the Presbyterian church w isdom of such an innovation at “You nre not singing 'h»1/*’ | Riparia. Make Hirer ______ _ Lewistn SIS NRR9USM SUM P0ST2SN0 OREGON I 20 a m Riparia to Lewiston. 8:30a m ■*kn*d«rNtB|Zrrtabt,iif’ t Liu? ri*llt hip song. ’I Want to Be an Angel.' this I.me may be seriously ques- Burns, Rev. A J. Irwin pastor. <’!»»»«*. 11. IxMIliml. brand 7Lonl‘«J'„*". >icwl.d on brisks« ■ rest of us.” said the teacher. l>evine services the third and fourth ! Daily. A ttorney - at - i . aw . th’iii d. Bend Bulletin. _ _ Daily. mark, crop Jn*:HMin,de" h.'i'?,,,e 51 "n 'cfl hip The little one shook her tusd- Sundays of each month al 11 a. m. I’areful attention given to Collec "Wliat'a the use of telling * •«<!. on le.t ).w; A N. H oar , and 7:30 p in. rabbath school at tions and Real Estate matters nliout it?" she demanded. "118 . Huntington, Oregon Ro« M«r*n C °n enongli trouble learning to 1’**-' Fire Insurance. Once there was a man who 10 a tn. every Sabbath morning. I A L CRAIG, hin m? » ' AD «»»»ected left ano without bothering with • w Notary Public hlpj-ark crop „,!«„ b „ , n 1 t'd in a heavy timbered county, ¡Gen. Pass Agt. Portland. Oregon Preaching services at the Baptist Chimgo I’oM. horaea, „me left ,hould«r. B uhns . O regon . | A. L MOHLER. President. an«l every Spring whenever he church every 1st ami 2nd Sundays, X”’-Me found a bunch of fern or leaves morning and evening Sunday Out« I »ese >t. GEO. 8. SIZEMORE. *'* I Jay sou—They aay Dr. that would burn he touched a school every Sunday at 11a. m. ATTORNEY, "Xr'Z’leJn z°^- ‘ either kills or cures. match to it, and as a consequence prayer meeting every Thursday B urns , .............................. O regon DeWitt’s JK» Salve W anted T rustworthy men and Bayson—My butcher g«<* evening I better. F-r Pile». Bunn, S wm . he had small tires in the timber Collrcaon*. Land taftinew. and Kral BURNS .1 J FURNIIURE COMPANY I (Wÿ S hort U nf « amo union P acific . Wm. MILLER, Scientific Hstriat iHUNN & Co.«"**-! H. B. Compson« nearly all the Summer. His neighbors threatened him with THE NEW YORK W ORLD the penitentiary, but he set fires The tickets are now made up all the same. Two years ago, when the forest fire destroyed so and the most interesting Presi- 8. W MILLER. NOTARY PUBLIC. Burn», - - - Oregon «dvertise for old of »ohj •taadi», Salary »780 a y.,r .od pen... all payable in eaah. No c»ov„. i rii/Ä: íí7í¿' sä * ? ■ in rlfbt ear reqmred Qj,« mfar..ce. .a-i en_ •tifie. aiT •'«■P*i aava'ope '"Æ<h; A Ur»«. Manager. 355 C ax ton Bldg I »stab<i.he.i ;hon,e Rotate maitar vromi fir attrndfMl to One Minute Cough C- For Cough». CoMs and O (« iniuSiw 'rh” '» ri.h. f» left KB 1er circi« halter,^ h«, rars tame Jaystn—Brw'i thut? Bayson—He docs both.— lias« -. --------------------- Glov. worms am mnch ui"** » wbea a storm is cvwii’g **77^» other aeacour-. Lik^ luauy frne» of nature, this r 1 3*. siatHW haa ue.ver Lisu • * J?