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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1899)
3f ood Iiver Stacier
FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1809.
."" The mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts ie same days at noon.
For Chenoweth, leaves at 8 A.. M. Tuesdays
and Saturdays; arrives at 6 P. M.
For White Salmon leaves daily at 1 P. M.j
arrives at 6 o'clock P. M.
From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, Trout Lake and Glenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
" " Laurel Rebekah Degree Lodge, No. 87,1. O.
O.K. Meets (Irst and third Mondays In each
?. tnonth. MKS. FLORA HAItTLEY, N. (i.
O. (i. ChambeulaIn, Secretary.
Canby Post. No. 1. G. .V. R.. meets at A. O,
;TT. W: Hull, llrst Saturday of each month
... ftt 2 o'clock p. m. All (i. A. K. members ih
vited to meet with us.
1). G. HILL, Commander.
T. J. Cunning, Adjutant.
Canby W. R. C, No. 16, meets first Saturday
- or each month in A. u. u. w. nun, an p. m,
V! Mrs. ii. f. ukuw jull, rresiaent,
V Mrs. URSUtA Dukes, Secretary.
Hood River Lodire. No. 105. A. F. and A. M
Meets Saturday evening on or before each
run moon. tt. e. uvvilksuim, w . oi
, ,.D. McDonald, Secretary.
,. Hood River Chapter, No. 27, R. A. M.
' Meets third Friday uightof each month.
E. L. SMITH, II. P.
G, E, WiLLrAMS, Secretary.
i Hood River Chapter, No. 25, 0. E. S. Meets
Bsuoiway aiua-'eiietiTuu moon.'
Mrs. KVA HAYNES, W. M
G, E. Williams, Secretary.
. . . Oleta Assembly. No. 103. United Artisans,
rheets second and fourth Monday nights of
each monin t f raternity nan. urotnersana
sisters cordially invited to meet with us.
- A. P. BATEIIAM, M. A.
S. S. Quay, Secretary.
Waucoma Lodge, No. 80, K. of P., meets In
A. O. U. W. Hall on every Tuesday night.
, G. W. GRAHAM, C. C.
.' -a. T. Prather, K. of R. & S. v
Riverside Lodge, No. (18, A O. VS. W., meets
flrst and third Saturdays of each month.
G. T. PRATHER, M. W
J. V. Watt, Financier.
H. L. Howk, Rocoider.
Idlew.lde Lodge. No. 107, 1. O. O. F., meets
a Fraternal hall every Thursday nignt.
O. B. HARTLEY, N. G.
H. J. Hibbabd, Secretary.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
' That 50 cent shirt.
For a good shoe go
to Bone & Mo
Rooms to Let Apply to Mrs. Cuas.
Put Htilphur in your shoe to ward
' xur the gnppe.
-Mr. Ike Moore retumd last week
Wood choppers wanted. Enquire of
Clyde 1. Komiey. t
, A full line of ruliber boots and shoes
hi i ne itactiet store.
Get a yinionds saw from Bone & Mc
Donald and he happy.
J,:T. Boniiey pays highest cash price
for fiti Htork f all kinds.
D illas is constructing a big lank for
the Davidson Fruit Co.
'.' Pure open kettle rendered lard at
Reciprocity corner. Made at home.
Money to loan on real estate by
John L. Henderson, ugt.
Extra fine woolen underwear, for
ladies and gen Is, at I he Racket Store.
Goods all -"Wool and a yard wide"
- rfile'c'iproi-ity corner. . -' ,
" Dri-Benjamin, dentist, will be in
Hood River ugaiu on Saturday, Febru
ary 41 h.
." The winter wheat and strawberry
vines came out from under the snow
looking nice and green.
A house full greeted the "Cascade
Gushers," the literary at Barrett school
liouse, last Saturday evening.
See those extra heavy Mt. Hood over
alls iiiade to order expressly for
; i Bo m& McDonald.
Wm. lMercer went to Cascade Locks
Monday, where he will, take a position
In the saw mill of W. J. Smith & Co.
The Glacier will be pleased to re
ceive from-all the school boards the re-
suit of the special meetiugs for publica
tion. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cunning were
- both sick uud confined to the house
last . week, i Mr. Cunning had the
Mrs, Jasper Rand is 1n Good Samar
itan ' hospital, Portland, where she is
being treated for hip disease. . She is
E. H. Pickard, pointer and decorator;
estimates gratis; prices moderate; satis
faction' guaranteed. Leave orders at
''J' ,E. Lyons is on the sick list and.
F. H. Button , had to break in a new
triaii on.thffmilk route Tuesday iiiorn-lug-.
.. Did you get missed?
-If mention is not made In the Gla
CI1JU pf the visits of strangers to your
homf, it is ,lecause the editor don't
know of the visit. Personals are gen
. erally sent to the office and are always
Mrs. J., R. Tyrrel, a niece of Mrs. Si
J. Mercer, visited her aunt here last
week.with her three children. Mrs.
Tyrol's husband Is a lieutenent In the
California regiment that has been star
foiled at Vancouver1. ,
Mr," and ;Mrs. Frank Clark, who
have boHi visiting in Hood River since
the holidays, intended going home to
Stevenson Tuesday, but Mr. Clark was
taken down with the grippe and they
are compelled to stay a while longer.
.The -members of The Dalles Com
mercial and Athletic club will present
ttjeir. third annual minstrel perform
ance 'in Saturday evening, January
28th, at The Dalles. They have been
, practicing for some time and expect to
render a better programme than ever
Dr. Watt had a small pile of stove
wood on the side walk that he wanted
carried up stairs to his otlice Tuesday.
Quite a number of citizens, young and
old, bid on the job of carrying up the
wood. The editor coming on the
scene and hoping to make something
n the side to help make up for delin
quents, bid 2 hits, but was told that
others hud bid below -him. Indian
Georue was invited to bid, but he said,
"Halo cumtux mammock wood."
There was then quite lively bidding,
and finally Sam Bart mess and M. A.
Cook agreed to carry up the wood and
throw themselves tion the tender
mercies of Dr. Watt to pay whatever
he saw fit. After the job was com
pleted.the doctor invited the boys Into
Williams & Brosius drug store, called
tor the best cigars, and Sam and M A.
went off smoking iheir 2 bit cigars,
while the rest of us couldn't put up for
two for a nickel.
Dr. Watt, while on his way to Port
land, last week, took charge of a Jap
anese who had fallen oil' a handcar at
Cascade Locks and broken- bis back.
Dr. McKenzic, assisted by Dr. Watt at
St. . Vincent's hospital, took ou
several pieces of fractured bone that
pressed against the injured man'
spinal column, but the doctor doesn'
think he can live. Dr. Watt, while h
was hi Portland, assisted Dr. McKenzie
in four surgical operations and assisted
Dr. win, Jones in two.
Mr. G. J. Gessling, who Is a legisla
tive clerk at Salem, came home last
Friday while the legislature had ad
journed till Monday. Mr. Gessling
went to Salem to attend the maugura
tion of Gov Geer, and when Mr. Mor
ton's committee was allowed a clerk
I lie position was accepted by Mr. Gess
ling. Mr. Gessling says the clerks will
all lae plenty to do when bills begin
Mr. W. H. Pugh, one of the -solid
farmers of Sherman county, is visiting
his parents in Hood River. He says
me snow is about all gone from the
ranges and wheat fields and that early
sown wneat is not looking well. tiu
there is plenty of moisture in the
ground and a big acreage will be sown
in the spring. Sherman county farm
lug lands are in demand.
The Glacier has been presented by
Harbison Bros, with samples of their
Jianatm apple, which uttracted consid
erable attention at the Portland expo
sition last fall. , These apples have a
navor ot I lie banana, are Handsome
good keepers,' the tree is a thrifty
grower, and we believe it to be a good
apple to propogate.
Hood river was on a big tear last Sat
urday wbile (lie chinooK was blowinir.
A big land slide weurred on the West
r-ork, causing a rush of waters that
threatened to take out the county
bridge at Tucker. The boom of the
Hood River Lumbering Co., in course
ot construction at the moutn of the
river, was washed out.
Mrs. N. J. Mercer Is now in cbarce
ot tne mounike bakery, formerly con
ducted ny Ji. xl. iNictceisen-. Mrs.
Mercer bus the reputatiou of making
the best bread in the country, and
customers cuu be assured that her
home made bread will give satisfaction
She will bake cake and pies only to
Hon. E. L. Smith and N. C. Evans
went to Spokane Wednesday evening
lo attend me meetimr of the JNorth
western Fruit Growers' Association.
Mr. Evans is a member of the commit
tee on transportation and Mr. Smith is
the vice presideut for- Oregon ot the
There Is a great demand for tenement
houses in town and none to be had
It would be a good investment for
some one with means to build a dozen
or so of comfortable dwelling houses.
mere is no question but (bat ten
u i its could be found before snrint;
Returns on last year's strawberry
crop still keep coming. N. C. Evans
distributed $209.80 Tuesday, rebatem
freight on lour cars. Some growers
got as bigli as 31U, while others got
but a few cents, according the number
r crates they had shipped in these
The snow is all gone. The eh i nook
winds ure.fusl dryiug the rouds. . The
weather is like spring; frogs are sing-
ng, and garden making will soon be
u order if there Is no change of weather
for the worse.
Mrs. Robt. Rand was taken to St.
Vincent's hospital, Portland, last week,
where she underwent u successful sur-
ical operation for tumor. Dr. J. F.
Watt assisted Dr. Wm. Janes in the
Hood River Is well represented at
Salem with J. W. Morton a member ot
he house, M. P. Iseuberg doorkeeper
of t lie house and G. J. Gessling clerk
of the house committee on horticulture.
Mr. Mason, the railroad contractor,
will move his camp from below town
next Monday to F. H. Button's Dlace
and begin the grading for the railroad
sw itch tor Davidson's saw mill
Underwood Bros, of White Salmon
ast week sold U acres lying along and
iicludmij' the moutn ot White Sulmou
river to the Lodt Lake Lumbering Co.
Elton Havden returned' from Mon
mouth and is sick with hemorrhage of
he lungs. He is being cared tor at
Mrs. Chapman's, at Belmont.
It Is expected that the new bridge
ou the .East Fork, above Wiuaus, will
be completed by Saturday evening if
the weaiher willpermit.
Dr. Hartley of Wasco was in Moro
last Saturday, looking for office rooms,
with the intention ot locating here.
Mrs. H. Pugh has been under the
doctor'?, care during the past week, but
we are glad to Know that she is better
A very fine, box of Baldwin apples
rom JYI. f . Isen berg's orchard are to
be seen at SherrlU's confectionary, i
A social party for young folks will he
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs; W.
S. Boormun this Friday eveuing.
Geo. T. Prather has beeu appointed
clerk of school district Wo. 3, lu place
of M. H. JSickelseu, resigned. "
Mrs. Fannie Stevens came up from
Portland last week and is visiting her
sister, Mrs. C. L. Henderson.
A pair of red woolen mils were pick
ed up by Mr. Dallas and left 41 this
otiice by the owner.
Wanted To buy a Light Bra ma
roaster, or will exchange for one, by
Work on the U. B. parsonage is pro
gressing under the superinteudency of
Bishop & Cox. . - , '
Meyers' spray pumps and a nice
stock of pruning tools at Dallas &
Dr. Benjamin will again visit Hood
River February 4th and remain but
one day. ,
Robt. Husbands, who has been-Arery
sick with typhoid fever, is now conva
Miss Delia Reed came home from
lone, Tuesday, where she is teaching
Mr. W. J. Smith came up from Cas
cade Locks and spent last Sunday at
, Mrs. Louisa F. Reed Is quite sick
with nervous prostration.
Mr. A. Auble is up from Portland, on
a visit with friends.
Mr. B. Warren is. laid upfrith the
ILargrest Tailor Sl-op-'
This is a big tailor shop. Imagine a firm of tailors occu
pying a floor space of 123,000 square feet two and three-fourths
Once upon a time this tailor shop was not so large, but it
grew because it gave the people good goods and perfect fits at
low prices, and then the people, made this tailor shop large, un
til it is the largest in the country, perhaps in the world. '
- -Perfect fitting Is here insured, because this concern uses the
famous Boargeous Fitting System exclusively. By Its use every
garment is tried on an automatic form, which is an exact du
. plicate of the customer, being made, from the measurements
and descriptions given on the order sheet. This makes the
clothes fit. '
Fine Suits to Order, $6.55 and Up.
We show all the latest styles of reliable woolen over 350
styles. Come and see them and have your measure taken care
., fully by : : ; . ,
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
.,. : RKPRKSEXTJNG ,
Strauss Bros., America's Leading Tailors, Chicago.
f r. O P. TVL-Ti'Hll h mnrlp himself n.
labor-saving nail holder for nailing up
strawberry crates. The iar caused by
nailing the boxes on the table operates
the machine. Jbrom a scoop-shaped
funnel at the top the nails drop down
into two zinc gutters, the points of the
nails projecting through a slit at the
bottom, and slide out. on wires at the
point, making it easy to pick them oil",
any number required at a time. Two
or three pounds of nulls can be put in
the funnel, and the machine can be
regulated to take any sized nail. It is
a great improvement on the old way
of holding the nails In the mouth.
Special school meetings will be held
as follows: Jn the town district, Mon
duy, January 30fh, at 2 o'clock; in Bar
rett district, Saturday, January 2th,
at 10 o'clock; In Odell, Monday, Jan--
uary 30th: at 1 rankton, Saturday,
January 28th. "
W. S. Gribble came up from Port
land lust Friday, where he had beeu
stopping for two or three months. His
mot tier, Mrs. A. li. killings, also re
turned from Portland on same date.
Appropriate resolutions of condolence
and sympathy were adopted at the
meeting of the Degree of Honor on
January 7th and have lieen presented
to Brother and Sister W. J. Smith.
Little Emma Gibbons is .quite sick
with pneumonia at the home of John
A. Wilson. ' .
Miss Grace Boggs returned last week
Curios from Manila.
In the last mail f rom Manila Maltie;
Dukes sent ' home a valuable lot ofj
curios, which along with others sent
efore'w!U be'eherished aiiif preserved
u the family and handed down to
future generations. Among the lot
received this time are: Two Mauser
cartridges and a receiver fof fuse, found
on the Reina Christina after she was
raised: a copper bolt from the Castilla;
two llints picked up in a dungeon;
burnt coins; a Mexican silver dollar of
702, found on the raised Spanish bat
tleship Isle de Cuba; insurgent hospital
corps shoulder straps; handkerchief of
Manila silk, finely worked;' a shell
window pane from the old cathedral
n Manila; sea moss troin Manila bay;
wo vegetable ivory nuts. V.
White Salmon Side.
The Columbia river is rising slowly
The snow is all off the hills and it
oo ks like spring.
The steamboat Dalles City is now
making trips every other day. t
Remember the dunce Friday night
and the organizing of the club.
Mr. C. D. Moore is putting a floor in
the third story of his new barn.
Mr. Geo. Purser has lust finished
cutting some poles to brace the wharf.
The Regulator Co. is having some
piling cut here, part of whicn will be
used for the wharf at Hood River.
Chas. Marble and Will Rankin are
hauling 70 ft. piling to the Columbia
river. There will be 25 of them and
hey are for the Davidsjn mill at
Mr. Jewelt's and the mail carrier's
sail boats were carried away by the ice,
one day last week. A man was sent
after them and they were caught and
tied up. -
In Hood River valley, January 24,
1899, Mrs. Sarah Rogers, aged 82 years,
nutiiMiu unit ) rluva
Sarah Taylor was " born in1 Bath,
Steuben county, New York. November
22, 1817; was married April 24, 1836, in
rroupsburg, N. Y.,to Daniel D. Rogers;
removed to Wniona county, Minn., in
1865. In ISCr moved to Iowa, and in
1877 came to Oregon, settling in Hood
River in 1879. Her husband died Oct.'
18, 1896, after a married life of 62 years.
Deceased was the mother of teu child
ren, two only of whom remain E. C.
Rogers, aged 61, and C. H. Rogers,
ged 46, both residing in Hood River.
I'uneral was held from the resideuce iu
.t rankton Thursday, at 10 o'clock. " y
In Hood River, Oregon, January 2-5, T
1899, Mrs. Ida uox, aped 43 years.
Deceased was born in Wisconsin and
was the wite or seaman Uox. She
leaves a husband and six children, the.
eldest 15 years and the youngest one
week. Mrs. Cox was a most estimable
Christian woman, a member of the
M. E. church, and universal sympathy
is expressed for the family. Funeral
from the M. E, church today, Friday,
at H o'clock.
To the Public.
We are authorized to guarantee every
bottleof Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and "If not satisfactory tt refund the
money to the purchaser. There is no
better medicine made for lagrippe,colds
and whooping cough. Price 25 and 50c
Plan of services of the M. E. church
at Hood River and Belmont : -
1st Sundays Hood Kiver.morn and evening
2d Sundays Belmont merning, Hood Elver
5d Sundays Hood River morning and even
ing; Belmont, morning, by J. H. Feak.
4th S'jndays Sunday school and Epworth
League at Hood River, evening service at
There will be a course of lectures
given in t lie old armory hall, over box
factory, by Benj. D. Jensen and Jos.
M. Workman of the church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, ou Tues
day and Thursday evenings, at 7:30
p. m. The Gospel will be explained as
whs taught by Christ and His apostles.
The subjects will be as follows: Tues
day, Jan. 31st Faith and Repentance.
Thursday, Feb. 2d Baptism and Holy
Ghost. Tuesday, Feb. 7th I he Or-
fanization and Revelation - Thursday,
'eb. 9th The apostacy that has taken
place Jrom the church of Christ, and
Divine authority; or who has the right
to officiate in said offices. The above
principles will be thorouehly explained
and proven from the Bible to be cor
rect. Come one, come all.
How to Prevent Pneumonia.
You are perhaps aware that pneu
monia always results from a cold or
from an attack of la grippe. During
the epidemic of la grippe, a few yeats
ago, when so many cases resulted in
pneumonia, it was observed that the
attack was never followed by that dis
ease when Chamberlain's Cousrh Rem
edy was used. It counteracts any ten
dency ot a cold or la grippe to result in
that dangerous disease. ' It is the best I
remedy iu the worWi-fop-bad -eoldtt-flnri
la grippe. Every bottle warranted.
For sale by Williams & Brosius.
; v AT LaFRANCE'S.
Save Your Soles!
By going to the Pioneer Shoe Shop, where you
can get. good work done: also, nil kinds of shoe
supplies. C. WELDS. Proprietor.
A 2 or 8-year-old bay mure colt: white spot
tn toi ehead and white spot on nose. No brand.
Owner is notified to come and take her away
and pay charges. . JOHN KOGEKS,
That 50c Shirt.
e ." -. We have a fine laundried White
Shirt for half a dollar. . Come
and lay in a supply while you
'''' ' can get them at this figure. We
' have ten dozen of them, but
. . they will not last long at this
. price. Ask for : "
That 50c Shirt.
G. D. WOODWORTH.
We have purchased the celebrated New
oomb Fly-Shuttle Loom and are prepared to
do til 1 kinds of carpet and rug weaving. We
furnish warp and weave for IS and 2a cents
p'er yard. '
'Call at Bone & McDonald's store and exam
ine out work! V. W'INCHElL.
1 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
'.Land Office (it The Dalles, Oregon, Jan. 21,
l8US).'--Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settler ha tiled notice of his Inten
tion to make final proof In support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Register and Hecelver, at The Dalle,
Oregon, on Tuesday, March 4, 1809, viz::
' ANSON E. CURTIS,'
of itood River, Homestead Application No.
5021, for the east northeast southwest
northeast and northwest J4 southeast
section lit, township2 north, range 10east,W.iT.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of suid land, viz: .
Mrs. Hattle Hansen, H. A. Hackett, Harry
Brown and E. Lyons, all of Hood River, Ogn.
J27m3 JAY P. LUCAS. Register.
: NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Jan.
21, 1899 Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his
Intention to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
the Register and Receiver at The Dalles, Ore
gon, on Saturday, March 4, KS'.ifl, viz:
OfHood River, Homestead Application No.
7037, for the east northwest and lots 1 and
2, section 81, township 2 north, range 10 east,
He nmes the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
E. T. Wlnans, Hood River, Oregon; John
Busklrk, The Dalles, Oregon; Frank Neff and
M. O. Wheeler of Hood River, Oregon.
WmZ ' JAY P. LUCAS, Register.
120 Acres at Clatskanie
For sale. Hood house, 16 by 24; two acres
fenced; stream of water on the place. Wood
range for stock. Price S100. Address Miss E.
Ifcettell. Woodstock, Or.; or, Mrs. W. H. Con
gers', Clatskanie, or.
But finding ourselves overstocked in some lines, have con
cluded, in order to close them out, to offer some induce
3 packages Washing Powder, per pkg, - 10c
Flour, per sack, - - - - - - 80c
Bran Shorts, per sack, - - - - - 60c
Shorts, per sack, - - - - - 80c
Ladies' Rubbers, per pair, - - - - 20c
W. W. Sheeting, per yard, - - 5c
Outing Flannel, per yard, - - - - 5c
- We have no chromos nor pretty stories to offer, but aim.
to give you full value for your mouey. ".' ,'r
I have opened ft choice lot of Groceries In
River Pharmacy. Will also deal In B'lour, Feed. etc.
Our eoods are all new and choice, and we will aim to keen the best at all times. Q uick
sales and small profits will be our motto. Come and see us. .
. . GEO. P. CROWELL,
v Successor to E. L. Smith Oldest Established House la th valley.
. , DEALER IN
IDx'y Grbd-s, ClotihLiiHLgv
Dbpakt Fr'mHOOD RIVER Arrive
ISiilt Lake, Denver,:
Kansas City, 8t
and the East.
Walla Walla, Spo-
St Paul, Duluth,1
cago and Kast.
For San Francisco
Every five days.
To Astoria and way
6 a.m. Oregon City, New-i
Ex. Sunday berg.Salem & way;
ana way landings.
6 a.m. '
4:30 .m. -Tues.,
Portland to Corval-
lis & way landings.
5:45 a.m. dai
1:45 a.m. Snake River.
dally ex.Sat.lRiparia to Lewiston
W. H. HURLBURT,
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Or
E. B. Clark, Agent, Hood River.
DALLAS & SPANGLEE,
STOVES AND TlNWABE,
Pruning Tools, Etc.
We have a new and complete stock of hard
ware, stoves and tinware, to which we will
keep constantly adding. Our prices will con
tinue to be as low as Portland prices.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty
. Largo assortment of nil
kinds of nursery stock..
Send for Catalog.
H. C. BATEHAM,
Hood IJiVi:!!, Ok.
Has nothing to da with the v
But was put here to attract your
attention for a moment bo that ''
we could inform you that the
place to buy your DKUGS is
THE GLACIER PHARMACY,
CHAS. N. CLARKE, Proprietor, '
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
Eight Years Exper icn.ee.
the store room formerly orcuDied bv the Hood
C. L. COPPLE.
. ' THE--
Tiie Dalles, Fortlanfl & Astoria
Through Freight and
All Freight Will Come Through
Leave The Dalles 8.4.) a, M.
Leave Portland ...7.00 a. m.
PASSENGER RATES. " '''
One way ,.$ 60
Round trip 2 50
Freight Rates Greatly Reduced.
Wi O. ALLAWAY, General .Airet.t,
THE DALLES, OREGON
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tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham
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ing and smarting almost instantly and
its continued use effects a permanent
cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch,
scald head, sore nipples, itching piles,
chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and
granulated lids. -. '
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Dr. Cady's Condition Tf.
horses are the best tonic, bl: " '
and vermifuge. Price, 25ceJ ..
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