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From Tuo9dy' Dally.
Ilnnler Lost His Way
(Curry County Itocunlur)
Quito mi t'xcitiiiiiniit piuvnllcil hut
week l.orn. Ai l.iym, who roililmi
ulintitll inlloii iiji Clii'tcu, until hu.tr
hiinlhg Hmdny mul Lrfiiro liualiiy,
Hinted l'i bin wife lli.it hn noild In
Ileum by 1 o'elouk ntul lili nut rutin n
hg ut tin) tiipolnli'il tliiii) rnumM muili
uiiculnitiu on tint purl ol Mm. Ilujuti.
On Momlity tliii arief ntrickun woitiun
notlfled tliu iiK'Jibom ol tint ditmppunr
luicn ol hi"- htinlmiul ami tho inn
spread llku wllil .'In. A ror.rvh pnrly
wn t onco uranlwl iiihIit tin1 li ndnr
nil i p ol A. Cnak, mi oll, experlitnii'd
iiiHitiilnliitirr tun) t'onr litintir 71m
country vwm thoroughly lunrrhod for
milus uioiiiiiI hut no trncn nl tho iiumIhu
i ii nn could ho found. Gunn noro llrod
onlltHiotinly hut no ruiponio eutiio l
HioiIkIi Hid Rtmnii wan kept up for four
dit( Tliu party hnd nliiiont hitapalind
(if ntnllnn thii lot hunter thuu
4iuti cniuu tip ihu r.vnr to thu nifties
Hint tlm Mip'KiM'd dutid nm nlivo nuil
tlm hut fiiuiul, Hunt ruliiiviiit' nil ttnxloty
Mr. Hnynn iitntod thni when liu rcnclird
tlio mimmlt ol thu mountain, uliout
tliri'O miles from lioiui", a durum fon rnnm
up l.-otn thu ooulli imvilnpiug the s ltolo
country ntul nmklir. it impossible for
him to ilec nny diatntiru. (ifcoiiMu !m
f on lost lilt bearings unil wnuiturod
about fot four days nnd tilulits without
fcod, thrUer or llro. On Wcdnerdny
uiornliiK tlm lout mini arrived nt tho con
clusion tlinl tliu only salvation for hhn
Win to follow tliu Alitor courie; no lio
fjllowud n cm (I. to licro It euiplhid In
to tlio Olmlcoi from whlih plucn lie fol
lovtod Hut bnuk of tlm river, llm lost
nun finally succeeded In renchitig n
polilt fight inll nuiitli of his plnco
here u SmIud f.unily by I ho ii.unn of
HrAVO live, W lip ti tlio loot liui.ter
reached tlm Itrnvj ranch liuwue in an
exhausted rendition and If he hnd hiuu
compelled to Ifu out nuothrr nii;ht ho
would certainly hnvo poilehod.
Wanted: Clean Money
If you could Uko nu ordinary bill out
of your pocket nnd marl it to that it
would bu ol no use (0 any ono except
tho ono to whom ou whit to cei.d it,
and then enclose It in nn ordinary letter
nnd lend It by mat1, doing iiwny with
tho Journey for n money orderf you
would think it 11 groat convenience
would you not? Vot this U jutit what
the rosl-Chuck currency would enable
you to do.
vVhun this nmnoy hns been used in
this mnnucr it h returned to tho Treas
ury for redumption nnd n fieah bill is Ir
sued Inilsato.id, Thus tho ciiculnting
currency Is conrtnutly kept fio'li, clean
nnd coiiiparltUely free from diccneo
enrini. This almuld appeal to thu phye-'
Man and hyglenitt ni nn imjortnnt jtep p
in our proKrcf.4 toward tho linn! tlump
iilK out ot nil contagious do-ennop.
Whnt can bo morn unhygienic than old,
worn, drossy, paper money, pausing
Iroin hniid to linttd among all clnaecB
nnd conditions nt men? Tlmo nnd nxnln
thoy hnvo boon examined nnd found lit
nrnlly to awnrm with cnctorln, Tho
clean. Jreeh Tost Check would bo need
but llttlo until eomo ono would want to
end It by mail, when ltd further circu
lation would consu, and n now pno
would tnko Ub plnco, HuoIiiobb men un
ivorenlly endorao it. It now remnlna
only for tho modicnl profecelou nnd nil
who dosiro clean , hunthful mouoy to tjh)
lta many good, tlmo-BiivIng, inonoy
ouviug ntul honlth and IKo-aavliiR iiiuli
tiua mid writo their congrcaamoii end
conntora about It, urging them to vote
for tho bill (II. K. 11(7(1), which will
cotno up for paasnifC at tho prcsout sob
aluu, Tho plan hns tho approval of tho
Postmnetor Uonernl mul wof fnorably
reported upon by tho IIjubo l'jat Ofllco
pomiulUoo nt thu Inot eceBlon
I'liilndolphin Medlrnl Ooiinoil,
WANTED- KAiniKUI. l'KUSON
TO THAN' IM. for well established houso
In n low eouutlou, cnlling on nilnll march
nntH nnd ngonts. Loeiil territory, Bol
nry 1J20.0J por week with oxpoumis nd
illtiounll, nil pnynblu in cnoh ench woek.
Money (or oxpoupoB ndvincou. l'oaltlon
permanent. iliiBlnnau Biicconsful hud
ruohing. Btnndnrd House, 330 Donrborn
St., Chicago. U24 20t
TIMBER UND, ACT JUNE 3; 1878
NOTIOIJ Toil PUBLICATION.
United States IjiikI office, itoseliuri, Oregon,
Hiipt. , 1103.
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llm piovlftlon ol llm net of ( oni;tcn ol nne j,
1II7H, riiililnl "An net (or llm nlc ol IIiiiIi-t
.1111U In llmHIiiiPS of t'.illfornlii, nirgon, Nr.
v.iiln, ntul Wiuhlngtoii 'Irrritor),' n ttlrmlcd
lo nil tlio I'lihlu, l.md bl.ites hy .at of Ati;u-,H,
AtHIUHT W. I'lSTKHbON.
of I.iiIhvn. County of Cook, Hlnlo of
.Vltiiii-floln, hai thin dny Moil In thin
ollico IiIh sworn ntntciiutnt No, rVIHI for
(lie piirnhntit of tlm HV,' ol Hi'Otion No.
'.'() In Towndilp No. Sili Mouth of Kani'ii
No. Ill U'ctit, nnd will i fur proof to
chow Unit tin hind hoiikIiI it morn wilu
nhlfl for f t ti tlinhur or atom) limn for
njrliulltiriil puriioton, nnd to I'Uiiblhh
hln (liiiin to uih( land hufoiu tin Iti-ein-titr
Ami lU'Ci'lvnr of lliln ofllcn nt Koc
hui, OruKon, on Monday to loth day of
Fohrnnry, UK) J.
110 iininiiii nn witim-ni: .1 m win in
NEW YORK WORLD
Kend whurevor Ihn I'dkIUIi I.utij'unKC
Tlm Tlirho.A.Wri-k World wan u
brillhint micci"n In tlm beginnlm ntul
hna hueti rti'iidily .-row Inn over niucr.
Tlnm Is tho tout of nil thliu,-!, nnd Iim
tot Iti ni'iil of npproi'nt on tho Tluleo-.i-Wiink
World, tthlt'h is itldidy clrouln'i'd
In nviry Htntii nnd Torrltory ol tlm Un
ion, nnd whuri'ori'rthoro nro people who
can road our mother tnninie.
Ibis pnpnr for tlm roinltiK wlnttir and
tho year 1UQ3, will iiihLu lt nowa Her
vico, it nobilble, morH oxtoimlvo than
over. All ovont-of Itnportnucu, no mat
tor wbore they hnppeu, nro ro
portrd iiLuurntxly mid promptly.
Tho rmbicrlbrr, for only ono dollnr a
year, gula throo pnpern every weuk nnd
morn nuno and kdiuhuI rraditiK thnn
most Kreat dallies can furnish it flvo or
ilx time tho pi. e.
Tho Thrlco a-Week-World I obeo
lutoly fair In itn nolitlcnl nuwi. I'nr
tlsan bini Is never nllowed to ufToct lis
rrnn columns, and Hurnocrnt nnd Ku
publican nluo can obtain in ita pugfa
titithfiil nccounta of nil tho great jiollti
In nddition to nil tho newp, tho
Thrlco-a-Woek-Wotld fiuulrhua the
beat nurlal llrtlon, nlnbornto inarkot
rcporti and othor features of inturest.
Tho 'Ihrlco-n-Week-World'tj rojul
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1 Frco to tho I
h ADVERTI8INQ MAN fl
ftof aay ratponalbto houat. S
A DOMESTIC FARCE
"Utit wo hnvo Ijcoii mnrrlcd only flvo
wcoIch, ono wcolt nioro thiin tho honey
"ft doesn't mntlcr If wo hnvo hoon
married only flvo mluutcH. I nni re
Holvoil not to llvo nnother dny with ti
mini who will front mo w abominably."
"I tn-iit yoti"
"It J tmi'lcHH for yoto prolenf. I
Untuned to your deceitful words tlur
JriK the period of our onKn;omeiit to
find out now, when It In too Into, whnt,
"Hut whnt nro you koIiijt to do-Kct
"No," nftor reflection; "I Mmll not
(flvo you mi opportunity to marry omc
known thut wo havo nepn rated for
"Vuh. mul If 1 find Homo ono suited to
my mind perhnpn In tlmo I may not u
dlvorco from you mid mnrry iignln."
"Very well, since you nro determined
to leave me, slnco you will not listen
"Iteasonl Is there reason In Buffer
ing a lifelong torture? Not I. I shall
nip It In tho bud." Mho snapped her
"I see argument Is useless. I think If
wo must part your plan Ih n wise one.
It will avoid 11 social shock. HesldcH,
people will say that you left me, not I
"Certainly. Do you think I would
have them Infer that I permitted my
elf to bo deserted."
"True. Your bend Is always level.
That's ono of tho features that won my
heart your level bend. I shall remain
In this house.
I mubt hnve somo ono to
manage my household affulra. Let 1110
mi'. I wonder If Mrs. Ruston would
consout to bo my housekeeper?"
"Who Is Mrs. ItustonV"
"An old womnn?"
"Not unless you call twcnty-flvo old."
"I I'm! I Jo you propose to set peoplo
talking from the start V"
"Oh, no! Mrs. Huston Is not pretty.
Tho world known from my having
married you that 1 must hnvo bcniity."
"I should wish to" She Mopped
phort. "After nil, It li nothing to mo
whether she Is beautiful or ugly."
"I have a box of my old photographs.
In the storeroom, nnd if I mlstaUo not
"Lily Huston! 1'lrst It wns Mrs. Hus
ton, now Lily Huston. I supposo It
tl'MI untfl 1i.i Mnnto T Ha
without, rvniv tin. ii'neimn.1 tnfi- iio
room nnd presently returned with n
,,.ninr,r,, n.i.ii. 1... .- 1 .. 1.1.,
w divshlng enso. hho took it up
" Ioo,0,, "t It with n llush of nngcr.
, "I")o J'011 supposo for ono moment that
,1 mu Kolug to leave you In this house
1 with that bold looking thing?"
j i ,;ivu S0lno lVKartl f0P your good
mmQ ,r , , , ,
. , , ,, : " .,.. '. .
"l1 " fr m to ".V Wl h yo.U.' nml l
' Vo to have It said that I
w turned out of the hotibo to nmko
, room for such 11 creature as thut."
I "I told you bho was homely."
. "Vou didn't tell me she was loud
There wns nn ominous silence that
wns broken by his wlfo.
"This is M'hnt I have como to-mnr-
rled to n mnn wlioso pant, if I had only
known It, doubtless foreshndowed that
ho would nt any tlmo turn mo out of
"Turn you out of doors! "Why.
thought you were going and wouldn't
bo Induced to remain."
"for ono of his old associates whom
ho would bring into it, perfectly, enre
less of tho opinion of rcspectrtblo peo
ple." "What interest havoyou ituny lioilse
keeper?" "I hnvo this iutcreat-peoplo ohall
not sny: Toor woman! To tlilnlt thut
Bho Hhould bo sent away to tunko room
"Then you nro not going?"
Uiiilcc tho circumstanced I nut, pot"
"And Llly'a services will not bo re
quired?" "Most assuredly they will Hot."
"Woll, I Bhnll lmvo Cynthia,' thd old
black woman who occasionally docs n
day's worit for uio. She is u goo'd cook
and will satisfy that moit important
part of j-ou, your Btomach."
"And who will satisfy thoso dltuluu
Uvo parts, my bend nnd hoart?"
"You married n wife for thnr, but
treated her so shamefully that sho was
obliged to lenvo you." Sub said this
"It seems to mo this Is a mrUtor for
compromise. I want Lily Huston 'for
my housekeeper. You want mo to havo
Cynthia. Now, what do you say to"
"Oh, I daro eny you hnvo n largo
stock of old Uarnes, any of whom,
would bo brnaen enough"
"Ilenr.mo out. One of theso flnmeo I
don't think, you will havo nny objec
tion to. And I admit with hor I could
puss tlio tlmo delightfully. Stay; hero
Is. her Dbptoarauu,"
Ho took out hid hunting walbti, open
ed It nnd nhowed hlu wlfo her own pic
tun) In tho cane, Mho looked up tit him,
.mllltiK UiroUKh tears. Ho put hlu arm
around her anil klnstd her.
"Who Is that thhiB?" nho nHkcd.
Mho pointed to tho photograph on hli
"Oh, that' I don't know. I nw It
when I was n bachelor In n Hhop win
dow, bought It nnd put It In rny boolt
of bemity. Hho wns nn nctrefw, I bo
llevo, but I never wiw tho orlBhml."
I-'. A. MITCIinr,.
THE LABOR AGITATOR.
nm. nt , ((lintlM Uo MaM Poa.
mcnn lii Jlu HuerenKoI.
Striken contribute but lli?litly to the
1Mlpi;;i;t of the successful labor ntf.
iui4i. aim iiKiiiui'i iiiuiti liu ujuiuuuu
ly ncunlntrd with tho htator, of tho!
ho must Inspire those whom be would
lead with absolute faith In his honesty.
The agitator Isn't nlwnys an advocate
of strikes. He lias sometimes lo exert
his Influence to prevent a strike which
, his Judgment tells him would bo un
wise. It may bound like mixing tormi
to say so, but It Is n truth that the
J most dllllcult tasks performed by tho
I labor ngltators are their "agitations"
In the interest of peace, their efforts to
prevent strikes. Tho man who is al-
ways In favor of n strike as soon as
one is suggested or who ii constantly
on tho search for a casus belli soon
finds Ids Influence as a leader gone.
"The Story of a Labor Agitator," by
Joseph It. Jluchanan.
Those who aro permitted to speak tho
open truth In Hussla may bo counted
on the fingers of ono hand, nnd then
half of them will bo left unused. Why
i -hese people nro tolerated is ono of the
secret of state. Outsldo of these only
' t,108 wuo wr" works of Action, which
the majority of tho people cannot and
do not read, are permitted to speak of
tilings as they are. When they exceed
tho limits of, UuBsIau decency and
fipenlc too openly, they are given a trip
to Siberia nt tho expense of tho gov
ernment. Siberia Is tho plnco where
the boldest, the most courageous and
most talented products of Hussla ore
put on cold storage.
It Is the coldest part of the country,
nnd honest people are sent there when
the country becomes too hot for them.
When the Innocent tourist asks, "Where
are your honest peoplo?" Siberia Is
pointed out to him. If ho asks moro
questions, ho Is himself fiout there. Tho
government objects to questions on gen
eral principles. Hubsln refuses to be
Interviewed. 11. U. Richards in Header
An UnJtTHrrounil Confeialon.
Women nro growing qulto embar
rassingly frank about Uio basis nnd the
crown of their clwrms. On Snturday
afternoon a pretty young married wom
an, with her live-year-old son so much
we could infer Jumped into n llrst
clnss carriage on the underground. Aft
er her ennio threo friends, two girls nnd
11 man. "Yes, I'd never bo without my
wig," Bald tho pretty woman. "It isn't
as If I hadn't enough hair of my own.
Cella can vouch for that" Colin nod
ded wo all looked for Cella' nod.
"Why, tho other Sunday wo wero
lunching at Wimbledon, one of thoso
damp, muggy days. Margaret was
there with her fringe all over her eyes.
Mine wns nil right, and yet Margaret
has a maid and I haven't. I've worn
n wig for threo years, and I don't enro
who knows It." 'Xho rest of us stran
gers held our breath till tho tnlo was
told. London Chronicle.
Tho Invitation list of tho governor
general of Canada is made but strictly
In accordance with precedent, but Is
not kept up to dato always, tho aid
who has to send tho invitations out,
generally an Englishman or Scotch
hum, not alwayB being au courant with
changes on tho list.
Tho late Sir Antoino Dorlou, chief
Justlco of Quebec, wns onco invited, to
somo function, ns was proper, but Lady
Dorlon, who was dead, wns Invited
JlkeWlse. Sir ( Antoino accepted for
himself, but declined for her ladyship,
on tho ground that sho was in tho
cemetory. Tho next year, however, tlio
enmo mlstnko was nuido; so tho old
Judgo wroto back to tho nld-dc-eamp
"Sir Antoino Dorion accepts, etc.,' but
ier ladyship being bUII in St. Auno'a
cemetery Sir Antoino Is compelled
again to decline tho Invitation, for her."
New Law Vor Uoj-m,
Thero should bo somo sort of law
framed whereby each boy Just as in
franco and Germany each nblobodled
man performs- his term of military
duty-must Bpcrul nt least threo win-'
ters of his boy tlmo In tho country,
says n wrltor In Outing. And when I
say country .1 do not mean that pert
reilnemont of tho genteel pastoral, thol
BunurD, it hcltevo It would act ns a
tonic to tlio rncc thero would ho wi.w
outlooks, freer, less cramped brains
fcardlor Mulg. '
ilrnf i 1)
TWAIN'S PARTING JOKE
Mark Telia of His Legal Trou
bles Over a Contract.
SAYS HE'S TOO PUEB,T00IHH00I!HT
IIuinorlMt Confe-Nrn Ho Cannot Fool
Anrlioilr mul TelU of III) Kzperl'
enco In Iltiyluff an Umbrella lrom
a Strunwcr Whom He Appealed tn
Mnrk Twain, the great humorist, has
liml Dm irxvl fortuno to ho nblo to bring
oM tllu i,,,. .,n,ln. . rf,ntrol of one
publtolllnB flnn. Tuo contract was con-
.,,...- . ...i.. .. 11,1
.,iM'i 'S ",?5
IU1 11UI 1U1 U1U lUUUUfc Kll. " ...-
ell Interview lie
tho now arrnogc
four weeks now I
over tills contract,
about the party
of tho llrst part and tlio party of the
second part, und I havo never yet been
able to inako out whether I was the
party of tho first part, Uio party of the
second part or nny party at all.
Throughout all these four weeks' work
my respect for the Dlvlno Creator has
grown week by week, because, while
It took us a month to crcato a contract,
he created the world In only six days.
"I havo found this dealing with law
yers an expensive undertaking. It Jiaa
cost mo four umbrellas already, to soy
nothing of tho onslaught upon rni"
morals. I have dono nothing but buy
umbrclias and leavo them in my law
yer's otlicc. The other day I stopped
ut ono of tho umbrella counters In a
big downtown offlco building, where
there wero threo piles of umbrellas.
Ono pllo was marked $1, tho second
pllo $2, and tho third pile was marked
$3. 1 did not look beyond the third pile,
because this contract was not yet sign
ed, nnd I was not certain how inucn
money I could afford to spend. I said
to tho mau in charge of tho umbrel
las: 'I am a stranger from west of the
Mississippi, all unused to tho effete
ways of the east. I carno from the
wild and hoping west, and I appeal to
you ns n man whether, In your Judg
ment, you being an eastern roan and
I a stranger on his first visit to your
g-cnt city, yon would ndvlse mo to buy
this $1 umbrella for $1, tbo ?2 umbrel
la for 2 or tho $3 umbrella for $3? 1
nsk you thla as 11 pilgrim and a stran
ger.' And tho man, looking mc
Btralght In the eye, said, 'As man to
man and speaking heart to heart to
you, a stronger, I would advise you to
bur tho S3 umbrella Mr. Mark
"Which shows that a man witn a
pnst can't get nway from it, oven If he
has become honest enough to buy his
own umbrellas. That la tho trouble
with me. I can't fool anybody. I nm
too pure, too Innocent Everybody takes
ndvantaco of my innocence. It Is a
mighty gscl thing I was not born n
"I nm going abroad and may ncvef
see my fellow Americans again in this
life nnd I hope for their Bakes not in
tho next" ,
Her Zdetv or It.
Mrs. Noorich That picture's ono of
tho old masters'.
Norah (the new mnId)-WelI, it can't
bo of any 7alue, ma'am, -or sure he'd
'av taken It wld lilm whln'hq moved.
Idleness' and poverty always dwell
together, nnd misery' Md crime nro
their natural offspring. Maxwell's
To cook, fish in water do not boll It
Plungo it Into boiling water to sear the
surface and retain tho Juices, then re
duco tho heat, bo aB to keep the water
below tho boiling point ISp degrees F.
Is tho desired temperature if ono uses
a thermometer in cooking.
In uplta of all offorts to stop tho
daughter, of birds for millinery pur
poses 'tho havoc mndo is Btill enormous.
In London thero Is oyery tfutunm an
miction salo lasting Boycral weeks, nt
whlcbi hundreds of thousands of birds,
mostly from tho Malayan nrcuJpolago,
Austrrjlin, and South Ameiicp, dro
KiOBdcm Market, Toll.
Tho corporation of London reccIvC3
1050,000 a year in markot tolls.
,, Ci'anlierry Culture.
' Cranberry culturo is tuo greatest
gamble In tio cntiro fruit Industry, hi
n successful, year a good bog often nets
tho grower 1 Q por cent on his Invest
ment. Hut tho very next eeuBon ho
may loBd bin entlro crop.
Poultry cut turo naya Hungarian
farmors ion tin ies tis much as auy oth
er branch of agi riaalturc.
Ike si ei itmleh. Eels.
Egyptian flshci -1 uon recelvo $20 per
thousand, for eels caught in Lake Men-
B&lh. Thceo tiro' salted .and packed in
Ico nua" s?at to' lamhurg, via Tiiest,
whoro tho icaiiupi 'dx is renewed. -
--- " Pill WISH II II
Hurt So Badly Was
Had no Sleep Could
Hardly Lio Down.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Per
manontly Cured Me.
"A year aeo I suffered from cxlrcma herr
w itomach trouble. I was afraid of every
thing, could not bear to hear slnglnc or mit'k
end reading or hearing of a death nearly
hrou-'ht on my own. I could not sleep or
hardly lie down, the back of my head hurt
me to badly I nearly went crazy. My houl
ders hurt and the lean thing I did would
tiring on an attack of extreme nervouner.
There were rime when I would have a lumo
In my throat and my mouth would he so drV
I cculd hardly ncak. I was In despair until
I began to take Dr. Miles' He'torative Nerv
ine. 1 have taken in all twelve bottles and
consider myself permanently cured. My
home doctor ha since remirked on my
healthy appearance and said he wished he
coul 1 say his medicine helped mc. He
knows It was Dr. Miles' Nervine. We are
never without the Anil-Pain Pill and con
sider your medicines household remedle. I
cannot say enough for the Nervine, because
in addition to my own case my daujhter,
who wss out of school for a Ion? ti ne be
cause of St. Vitus' dance, was completely
cured by cicht bottles. She is now fcelinj
fine and n1'5' school every dav. Wc
thank you for your kindness and will never
stop sinzinz the praise of Dr Miles' Ketor
ative Nervine." Mrs. C E. Rinj, Llma,0.
All dru?2ist. sell and cerantee first bot
jle Dr. Mues Remedies. Send for free book
o.i Nervous and Heart Diseases. Address
Di. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
J. M. Uototi.
J. W. Bennott.
Attorney and;Counselor nt Law
MARSHFIELD : : OREGON
'Jbhn F. Hall.
Attorney at Law
Oftico ill Eldorndo Block
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R. H. WnlteryD. D. S.
Dental Surgeon and Mechanical Dentist
OQlco Xasburg Building, A St.
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riryslciuu and Surgeon.
Suodnl attention given to dhenpes ol
I tho Eye, Ear, Nose and Thrunt.
Onice in Fengstnekeu & Smith .ldg. .
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W. U. Douelas. . .
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Attorney lit Law nnd U.S. Commissioner
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Ofuco oilposite Unl6n furnUuro 6toro
, Htmw, 1Q to 12 ml.to P
Special att(5ntfin linlil to'dleivlisooltin,
Urlnnry and Dlgofltlvo Ofgtjns. '
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Bianco Hbtel '
MARSHFIELD :: OREGON
Homestead and TlmkerlLoes.tlon. ...
fCoorgo W. Leslie ,
OSTEOPATH . , ,- 1
Graduate of tho ,'Amorlcan BchooUoL .
Osteopathy, iKlrksvllle, Mo, . M-
All curablo dlaeuBOB sucqfully trwted.
.Examination frco. '. .'.'w. ' " -'
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