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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1887)
west side telephone .
T he \\ est S hore .—The holiday 11 tu
Eucklen's Arnica Salve.
ber of the West Shore is the handsomest
January, 1, 1387.
best salve in the world for cuts,
that most excellent western magazine
It is a curious, as well as interesting,
Willie Casey is home for holidays.
. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
has ever issued. Many of its illustra to note the origin of the names of some
Our young friend Al. Ewing is attend- I sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
tions are printed in five colors, anil of the days of the week. Take Wednes
TH IUII DISTKICT.
'• corns, and ull skin eruptions, and posi
II. 1'. Boise. none of them in less than three. They day as an illustration. We are told thut I school at Scio this winter.
.. Geo. W. Belt. aie highly artistic, both in design and
The Direct Route I No Delay»!
Heavy riins with dark nights and tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
Fast Train» I
execution, and are especially appropri times written Oden, and hence in its muddy roads is now the fashion.
tion, or money retuuded
Senators -j /;
Ira Wilson of Washington county, is cents per box. For sale by Kogers A
ate to the seaon. An elegant, large en- original form was Woden’s day. With
gravingof Mt. Hood, the famous snow a slight change in the spelling you can I here visiting his sister, Mrs. S. A. Ew- Todd.
peak of the Cascade mountains, accom see how we get Wednesday. It may be | mg.
TO CHICAGO ANB ALL PBIMTB
Several of our young folks attended
panies the number as i supplement. It that the reader would like to know some
Ens* Tickets sold to nil prominent points
is executed in eight colrfrs at.d embossed thing about this Woden. Well, lie was I the dance at Mrs. McPhilhp’s, and re-
Ooiniuissloners i (..........
I port u good time.
throughout the East and Southeast.
and is by far the most beautiful repro
duction of the grand scenery of the west one of the old Scandinavian deities. He
We wonder where our bachelor goes, situated 4l.j miles west of McMinnville;
TO EAST-BOUND PASSENGERS I
yet made by the printing press. Tl e is said to have regulated the days and as he is away from home so much of
40 acres farming land, the balance good
literary features of the magazine are seasons by placing the sun and moon in I his time. Watch out, V.
Be careful and do not make a mistake.
mo<t excellent. The lioiidav numbei the heavens and determining their re
Hriiool Supt . ..
But be sure to take the
Mrs. McPhillips and her granddaugh pasture land; well watered 3 living
and supplement will be sent to any ad
¡springs; all under good new fence;
dress upon receipt of fifty cents by the spective courses. He had a palace of ter, Miss Rosa, reached home the 24th j new barn, und good house. This is the
N orthern P acific R ailroad
publisher. They will be sent free to all gold and silver, beatiful in the extreme. greatly benefited bv their visit.
1 best stock ranch in Yamhill county, and
who subscribe now for 1887. Subscrip Two ravens sat upon hie shoulders, af
A party is promised at tho residence is offered for sale at a bargain, l or fur
And see that your ticket reads via
tion price, $2.00 per year. Address L. ter having made the circuit of the whole of Mr. Granvillethisevening, and every ther particulars enquire at this office.
•'anuiel, publisher of the West Shore,
PAUL OR MINNEAPOLIS,
earth, and reported to him all they- had
Oregon Legislature meets next Mon-
seen. At bis feet lie two wolves, to
To avoid changes and serious delays occa
1 borhood. Two of Mr. Hopfield’s cliil-
sioned by other routes.
I’ ckgi . auy .—Sunday afternoon, be whom he throws all the meat that is set j dren are down with it, but at last ac-
Fresh roasted peanuts at II. II. tween 4 and 5 o’clock, some one entered before him, as he has no need of food. 1 counts were improving.
Owing to the change in our business
I we need all the money due us. So all Through Emigrant Sleeping Cara
the butcher shop of Bangasser A Keller, His oldest son’s name was Thor. Thor
Jeff. Fenton has recently been in this I who owe us please call and settle at
are Run on Regular Express
Look out for Apperson’s new ad, in a by kicking out a panel in one of the had; was god of thunder. His strength lay vicinity
surveying. He had some dif once.
Trains Full Length of the
R ogers A T odd .
doors. George Bangasser had deposited in three things—his hammer, his belt ot ficulty in finding some of the corner
Line. Bertht« Free.
For a square meal goto the St. Charles a sack containing about $400 in gold be strength, and in liis iron gloves. From stakes, but has got them straightened at
—only 25 cents.
tween the matresses of a bed in the back-
QUICK TIME 1
O. B. M erry .
Jas. Flett, of the Nestucca mills was part of the shop, and upon investigation was also another god among the Scandi
in the city during the week.
Two acres of land just across the creek
General Ofiice of the Company,
it was found to be missing. It seemed navian deities whose name was Frey.
An Ocean Angry.
from town, near the college.
Frank Vandecar of Dayton, paid 11s a that this was what the burglar wanted, From Frey comes our Friday. Other
sold cheap on account of the owner leav No. 2 Washington St., Portland, Or.
pleasant call New Years day.
and evidently knew just whereto find it, lavs of the week are named in honor of
Probably no other light liouso tn the ing. Inquire of J. Todd. McMinnville,
is nothing else about the shop was dis
The Union Sunday school started up turbed. There was a good sate in the certain divinities. Of course these world affords a better view of a stonn Oregon.
A. D. CHARLTON,
on the new year with 105 scholars.
shop, and it seems strange that a man names have lost all their religious signi on the ocean than does the light bouse
Western Passenger Agent.
would hide money in a bed when be ficance. They do, however, 1 emind one on Tillamook rock, situated as it is far
H ere ’ s A C hance .-W b have for side a
Skating at Mohawk hall to-night, could
Tiiuisduy and Saturday nights of this one had evidently watched Mr. Ban of a former period of ignorance and su from shore. Saturday’s Astorian c6n- small place adjoining town containg a
gasser hide the money, or they could perstition. In fact, we are inseparably tains the following account of a storm little more than an acre of ground: •;
Hon. F. N. Little of Moores Valley not have found it so readily. Noclue to wedded to a race that lias gone before, last mouth that will be read with inter good two-story house and barn ; well set
with small fruit trees; good well, etc.
M c M innville , O regon .
dropped in tuo see us yesterday aftei- the thief has been discovered.
by our language and habits. It is not est :
We will sell this place at 3 bargan. For
likely that those who come after us will
Cha». Hornung, head keeper at Tilla father particulars enquire at this office. Always on hand ti e best quality of Beef,
C rush :: i > by the C ars .— Homer Lowe be able to obliterate all trace of the ex
Mutton, Pork, ami
Try the pure Iruit extracts tablets
mook rock light house, came up on the
and other fine candies at H. II. 1 young man about 28 yeais of age, was istence of the present generation. The
run over at 5 o’clock yesterday after race is one, their interests largely com
stormy weather at the rock. The month
8. C. Force is so her recovered from noon, at Fourth and Taylor streets, by mon.
You cannot afford to waste time in expe
of November was remarkably fine, but
his recent illness as to be able to be out the McMinnville express train, and died
Mr. James Haynes started last Friday with December came terrible weather rimenting when your lungs »re in danger. Highest prices paid for all kinds of fat
upon the street.
Consumption always seems at first, only a
from the effects of his injuries a few for his home in southern Oregon. He
from the southeast. On the 16th the cold. Do not permit any dealer to impose stock.
George Cornet is the efficient and gen minutes afterward. Lowe had ridden may be back before the school year i storm seemed to culminate in a severity upon you with some cheap imitation or Dr.
GIVE ME A CALL.
tlemanly artist in Welch's Tonsoral Par up on the front platform of the last car closes.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
The janitor, Mr. Lynch, has been ' unequaled in his four year’s experience. Coughs and (’olds, but be sure you get the
lors, after August 6.
from the lower end of town, and, on cleaning the building during the holi
F. S. KELLER.
; On the morning of that day, the sea rose genuine. Because he can make more profit
Prof. Freund has charge of the public reaching Taylor street, attempted to days. The hall floors have been mopped. in solid masses of water and seizing lie limy tell you he has something just as
good, or just the same. Don’t be deceived,
schools this week.
Prof. Jordan will jump off. He missed Ins footing, but Of course the boys will clean their boots
HERE WE ARE AT LAST I
three water tanks, each 4x4x8 feetan but insist upon getting Dr. Kings New Dis
take the helm next Monday.
held on the ganrd-rail and was dragged before coming in.
covery, which in guarranteed to give relief
—Harness at th»—
in all Throat, Lung anu Chest affections
Charles Waulnes and Miss Margaret underneath, the front and rear wheels
Mrs. W. J. Crawford had quite a se 1 them away. Those tanks were 90 feet Trial bottles free at Roger it Todd’s Drug
Thurber were married in Lafayette last
was w;ll known here, having been a rious lull. It is thought that she sus above the sea. Later on the water grew Store.
week by Judge Lougliary.
train hand on the above road off and on tained the fracture of a rib.
The thermometer ranged above 40 still rougher, a wall of water broke
Saved His Life.
The saw mill at St. Joe, will soon be for a long time and, also having worked deg.
•ready to run again as there are 2,500,000 in this city. He lias many friends here
What do you think of the proposed striking the light, which is 143 feet in
D. I. Wilcoxon, of Horse Cave, Ky., says
who will be pained to learn of his sad students
tfeet of logs on the way there.
he was. for many years, badly aftlicted with
Will the literary society resume work
also Diabetes; the pains were al Buggy Harness from $12.00 am! upward,
There were sixty-seven marriage licen
| Solid to strike and liquid to drown, tons Phthisic,
the holidays? It ought to.
most unendurable and would sometimes al Trum Harness from $25.00 and upward.'
ces issued in Yamhill county during the
T rifle A nniversary .—Saturday last after
most throw him into con vnlsions. lle tried
year 1886. A little over one a week.
I have also something entirely new in the
we accepted an invitation to dine with property formerly owned by Miss F. E. j a crash as of a hundred hammers again Electric Bitters and got relief from the first
line of S A’eat pads.
Work on Logan Pros. & Henderson’s
and again on the roof of the light house. tirely cured, and had gained in flesh eigh My terms are (’ASH, or notes that can
new stable is being pushed rapidly for N trver. It was a day deserving of spe to the house. We are always glad to
teen pounds. Says be positively believes be turned into cash.
ward, despite the unfavorable weather. cial mention, being Mr. Narver’s birth welcome new neighbors on Collegeside. It cracked, the joists crushing in and ad he
would have died, bail it not been for the
The dwellers on Collegeside are not mitting the water. The light trembled relief
»Horded by Electric Bitters. Sold at
As tins is the week of prayer, meet day, and the anniverarv of their mar willing to be incorporated w ith the city and the solid iron stanchions bent with fifty cents
a bottle by Rogers it Todd.
ings will be held at 2 o’clock p. m. eve riage, as well as New Year's day. The in the proposed new charter.
the force of the blows. “For about a
ry day this week, in some of the church dinner was a fine one, ample for the cel
J ackson .
quarter of an hour,” says Keeper Hor A Captain’s Fortunate Discovery
nung,“it looked mighty scaley.” Every
ebration of the triple anniversary, apd
thing was afloat, and tables, chairs,etc.,
Capt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth plying
Great bargains in all kinds of watches, was duly appreciated by the few invited
j swimming about, the water thundered between Atlantic City and N. Y., had been
J. M. CHAPMAN, Pro.,
clocks, piated ware, etc., at the Mc guests present. May our good friends
Minnville Jewelry store, Wm. Holl, pro live to enjoy many and many a return of
troubled with a cough so that he was un Carries a full stock of Furniture, af all
the day, which means so much to them,
to sleep, and was induced to try Dr,
kinds, Fine Bedroom Sets, Mirrors,
The trial of this case was commenced chimneys disapeared, outhouses, etc., able
and may each sneceding year be fraught
Kings New Discovery for Consumption. It
Mouldings, Wall Papers, Etc., Etc.
A pleasant party was given at the res with additional peace and joy for them. on Tuesday of last week, most of the disapeared, and it seemed as though the not only gave him instant releif, but allay
ident of Johnathan Todd, Friday even
time on Monday being consumed in get
rock light house was concern- children were similary effected and a single
ing, attended by a large number of our
------- A full line of-------
N ew Y ear ’ s D ay .—Saturday was a ting a trial jury. The indictments which j ! Tillamook
ed, when, suddenly, at the very height dose had the same happy effect. Dr. Kings
quiet day, although not so much so as were considered were number 22,768 of the fury of the storm, the force of the New Discovery is now the standard rem
Clocks can be bought at the McMinn Christmas. Many new year callers were and 22,773. The first was the same as waves abated, greatly to the relief of the edy in the Coleman household and on board
schooner. Free Trial Bottle of this
ville Jewelry store cheaper than any out, and the “rounds” included a great
keeper and his assistants, who essayed the
Standard Remedy at Rogers it Todd’s Drug
the one tried in 1885, upon which the to
Store, one door south of bridge, Sheridan,
where else. Come and see for yourself, many bouses.
Besides the list an jury failed to agree ami which stood over
W m . H oll .
The next dav the surface of the ocean
nounced in the papers, there were quite the term, and the other showed a vari- was as calm and smiling as the placid
Vinegar, 25 cents per gallon, in large a number of ladies who received inform
Renews Her Yontli.
! bosom of a sunlit lake, and a skiff could
•or small quantities; sweet cider. 15 ally. Of course, everybody was at home riance from the proofs offered. Many ! cross to the mainland.
Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co.
cents per gallon, at the cider mill of to friends. Overcoats were a superfluity
Iowa, tells the following remarkable story,
Jno. J. Sax.
and the day was mostly clear. Instead prosecution, some from Decator, III.,
T hat C onfession .—During last week
lhejingie of the sleigh bells, the clat some from Salem and Portland, Oregon, I rumors were afloat that R. E. Marple, the truth of which is vouched for by the
If you want to purchase a good second of
residents of the town : “I am 73 years old,
hand piano, comparatively new, at a It was surely a beneficent introduction one from Dayton, W. T., some from 1 now in jail at Lafayette for the murder have been troubled with kidney complaint
Pierce City, Idaho, and the remainder I of D. I. Corker in October last and and lameness for mnay years; could not
very reasonable price, call at this office to the new year.
from Lewiston, Idaho, and some docu awaiting his trial, had made a full con dress myself without help. Now I am
free from all pain and soreness, and urn
evidence was shown, all tend fession. Later on the story, like a rol able to do all mr own housework. I owe
The McMinnville Jewelry store is the
largest west of Portland, ^nd the cheap with last night There will be revival ing to give a chain of evidence' which it ling snow ball, grew and expanded into my thanks to Electric Bitters for having re
newed my youth, ami removed completely
*’t place to buy goods in Oregon. Wm meetings at the C. P. church every seemed impossible to impeach with all
a double confession, in effect that lie had all deseases and pain.” Try a bottle, only
Holl is the proptietor.
night this week commencing at 7 o’clock. the learning and ability of learned coun [ not only murdered Corker, but also the 50c. at Rogers it Todds Drug Store.
Pleasant times were had at the Prai The meetings will be conducted by Rev. sel for the defense, and the prosecution J French courtezan Emina Merlotin.
In the City.__
rie school house, and Pleasantdale church T. II. Henderson, alone during the fore rested. The defendant’s counsel, for j These stories are without foundation.
Home Produce Market.
on Chriitinas eve. At the former place part of the week. During the latter reasons best known to themselves de . Marple has made no confession at all in
.SI I EH I DAN
ladders were used instead of a tree.
part of the week Rev. Van Patton, of clined to produce any evidence, but rest I regard to the murder, nor is he likely Corrected for tlie T elzi - horc by Baxter A
I to do so. All efforts to connect him
Dayton, W. T., is expected to be hdYe,
Several valuable pieces of real estate and assist in conducting the services. ed the defense. The Judge then gave with the Merlotin murder have so far
Wheat, per bu......................
are offered for sale in this issue of the There will also lie revival meetings the law of the case to the jury, and the failed.
Oats, per bu........................
T elephone . Whoever first takes advan every night during the week at the Bap
Flour, per bar........................
jury were allowed to retire in charge of
R. McKUNE, PHOFR.
tage of the offers will secure bargains.
tist church, conducted by Rev. G. J. an officer, with instructions not to allow
land, situated five and one-lialf miles ( Butter.
As the Orient was coming to Dayton Burchett, commencing at 7 p. 1».
the jury to separate till they had come northwest of McMinnville, adjoining the 'hcese, best, per lb....
Apples, per box................
one day last week, the wheel became
A gencies W ithdrawn .—The Oregoni to a verdict, or found that an agreement Dave McCall place on the loft. This Bacon, sides ........
almost a total wreck by striking on
shoulder .. ..........
Sc Tennis ami outfits furnished parties wish-
something in the river. It delayed an of January 1 says: To-day Wells, could not be hail. Tho jury were thus piece of land is offered for sale cheap on
liatn, sugar cured.
to go to the coast, at reasonable rates.
them four hours.
Fargo & Co. pull tip all their agencies kept imprisoned from Friday night at 11 easy terms. It is well fenced, contains
o’clock till last Monday afternoon when a living spring of water, ten acres of it
At the residence of A. J. Appvison.
ONE OF THE MOST NOTED European
they came into court and reported that
Saturday evening the little folks weie tern Oregon, and will confine their oper an agreement of "not guilty” on indict ! has been under cultivation, and eight pliysi iiin« Mild : NcurnlKin w the prayer
a deennsed nerve for healthy blood, f'-r
given a very pleasant party.
A large ations altogether to the Willamette val ment numtier 22.773 ami a disagreement
—Having Bought, the-—
acre. For further particulars call at the Gilmore’s Aromatic Winn for the blood.
number were present; refreshments
sale by Rogers A To<Id.
There were three ex
T elephone office.
were served and all enjoyed themselves ley and Astoria.
pies« companies doing business in the
REV. W. FISK REQl’A. of Aurora, III.,
inland empire—the Northern Pacific, the law or upon the tacts. The foreman
F or S ale .—A piece of valuable pro says; *‘I have used Gilmore’s. Aromatic
Orders for job printing are constantly Pacific and Wells. Fargo A Co., ami the law. as to whether or not the facts prov perty situated just outride the city liin Wino and find it an excellent household
remedy that none ought to do without. For
doming into this office from all parts of traffic was not sufficient to support all ed
constituted "forgery.” The court re its, for sale at a bargain. Large lionse, sale by Rogers it Todd.
the county. We are glad to see that three, hence the withdrawal of the lat ferred
Business of Logan Bros. A Hender
them to his instructions given, well built; several acres of ground for
son, 1 am ready to do all kinds of
peonle know good work when they sec
THE PRETTIEST LADY in Olean was
pt, and we fill all orders promptly, and so discontinued.
structions as the law of the ease, that it gardening, and fruits of various kinds asked what made her complexion so clear
nicely started, numerous outhouses, ami beautiful. She said it was by using Trucking
A T rade C enter —One of the oldest Was not their province to discard those barn, etc. Everything in good ord« r. Gilmore’s Aromatic wine. For sale by
— At Any Time.—
Am Shadden has made a target with and best e-tablished places of business as the law, that if there w is error in Property is situated on Collegeside. Rogers & To<l<l.
1 hose instructions the defendant l>a<t his Satisfiu torv reason« for wanting to sell. |
shot gun that is better than any
Delivery Wajon Always Ready.
MRS. L. LOOMIS, of Elba. N. Y.. writes
thing we have ever seen for close slioot- iu McMinnville is that of W. II. Bing temedy in a higher court. With those For further particulars enquire at this
us that she was sick for six months, v ;v- in
Give Me a Trial.
tng. Ina 24-inch circle, with No. 8 ham, the furniture man. Mr. Bingham suggestions the judge ordered them office.
duced to try Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine,
phot, 35 yards, he put 420 with one bar- has been in business here foi a number bin k to the j.trv room to reconsider the
and four bottles cured her. For sale b>
pel and 300 with the other.
A ttsxtion F iremen .—There will be a ] Rogers A Tod 1.
NI. S. COP’K x.
of years, and by energetic attention to tbev came into court, and after being
The narrow gnage has considerably business has mail • his store one of the polled, they presented their verdict, regular meeting of the h.rok and ladder
reduced the price of transportation be heaviest trade centers in YamliiL coun which was in substance “riot guilts” on company at their hall to-morrow evening •avs of Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine; “I be
tween the towns on this side of the river ty Competent workmen ire alviis indictment No. 22,773, and “guilty” on at 7 o’clock sharp. Thursday evening, lieve it to be a most desirable remedy t*» I m *
placed in every family.” For sale by Rog
’loPortland. The fire from Lafayette employed to do general manufacturing indictment No. 22.768, « ith a recommend
to Portland has been fixed at $1.24, and and repairing, and his customers will be tor nieicy tothe prisoner. The jury was at 8, there will be a meeting of the ers A Todd.
guaranteed jierfect satisfaction.
prom Sheridan to Portland $2.14.
then discharged until Tuesday morning. entire department. A full attendance is j THE WIFE. MOTHER ANDM \ID who
Next to Yamhill County Bank.
judge reserved sentence. The great requested as business of importance is suffer from Female weakness amt Debility,
I 5- II. Hubbard,- tl-.e best road super-
D ied .—Gaines II. Burns died at the majority who heard the evidence in the to be transacted. By order ol
i will find Gilmore’s Aromatic r positive
W. G. H enderson ,
r'"or in Oregon, was tn the citv yester- residence of his father, in this city yes case expected no other verdict, and
I cure. For sale by Rogers A Todd.
t'»)-, and paid ns a pleasant call. Char-'
The Largest and Fine*! Stork ever brought
hence appeared satisfied that the jury
GILMORF/H AROMATIC Is a great suc
has fairly earned his reputation ns a terday mo'ning, Jan. 3, 1887, about 7 were true to thier oaths, and that the
to Yamhill < ounfr.
M oved O ne B lock .—On and after lo-
r’lpervinor, and anyone traveling over
verdict rendered was according to the
r‘e roads in his district will sav so.
verv sudden, as he had only been sick law and the facts as shown to the jury. flay the west aide trains will stop at an. For sate by Rogers A T<xld.
' Boots and Shors mad? to order and neatly
Fourth and Yamhill streets, instead of
L. F'°k tike a bay steer if yon don’t read since last Friday. His funeral will taki
REV I. M DERBY, of Lirdrn. N.Y., I
F11" advertisement and know that on place to morrow from the C. P. rh',rr1'-
his .—Mr. A. M.
says; “The Gilmore Aromatic Wine prov-
pml after the new year my billiard tables at 1 o'clock p. m. Rev. T. H. Hendir- brings ns in some pea vines in full The ticket office has been moved to the oda
Price» lo the Bedrock.
great ble**iiur to my wife.’. For sale
F1" be rented onlv bv the hour or frac- son conducting the services.
corner ot Fourth and Yam >y
rs A To<ld.
F. P1EI.W HNETDER.
bloom, picked from his garden, fonr northwest
Flnn thereof, at the rate of 49 cents pe-
hill. the room formerly occupied by
SiNESS CHANGE.—A. M. Taggart
mile« «011th of this city, on the second of Sam Beary.—Oregonian.
II. H. W elch .
old out his tailoring business to Mr.
\ would enjoy your dinner I \\ A »n4 rcliiilile Me»!irin«<«re thc!>e«t
Jannarv, also some willoM; twigs which
LP''- I- C. Taylor is in the city with
iliiams of Drlias. Mr
i dams we e i-overe I with buds and leave- :
BBd are prevented by Dys- V j WX todepe" ! 'ipcr.. Aricer’fi Blood El
P.*”'q'iarters at the office of Dr. H. V.
uso Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets. ixir h««beenprrr'rllwd forjenrsfor alllrn.
een in the employ of M -. Tiggt t go.wmg r gbt along just as tlmngh it
They are a positive cure for Dysponsia, In purltlosof : lie Blood. In erery form of Serof.
r-Johnson. Dr. Taylor makes a spe-
1. t: or»' an 1 is k n-r a n to i - l g'srl ;.<■ • ot »ighi in tfie m d'le •>( winter.
r~”y of hemorrhoids an I other diseases
I» He;»«ed was the digestion, Flatulency end Coturtipation. ulons, FypLIlit'.rrr Mercurialdlse»«r». i:I»
We If the e is any country under tl.e sun IK a ?, agpil S3 ) ear.
Pine rectum. No charge for examina-
tie is a with a lietter climate than this, we tno her of Gen. W. II. O lcU, pos’m i»tcr Wo guarantee them. 25 and 00 cents. Invaluable. I'orr.ucumatlrm,l:aanoe<^ua]^
[**"• Cure guaranteed or no charge
Geo, W. Hurt. dni.«."T
*<♦<*<? W. Bnrt, dnwsfH»-
would like to kmw where it is.^
Tlic Great TranseoutineHtal Route.
n w nil
Lafayette Harness xhop,
Undertaker’s Goods !
G. E. LETTERING.
Dry Goods House
Livery and Feed stable!!
Transient Stork Well Cared For!
Give me a. Call
Truck ¡mil Express
Boot and Shoe Store!