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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1887)
ST SIDE TELEPHONE,
t^Helphouieiribl'itutiouB bv patronizing
School ni.*eti >g fortius district will be
ntlu next -Monday.
Religious Serviccs-Smidav Next.
Fdward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, Ill.,
'»ays; “Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters I feel it my duty to
March 3, 1887.
let suffering humanity know it. Have had
Jake Harrington has sold hispropoity i a running sore on mv leg for eight years;
here to U-orge Shepherd. Jake iinme- ¡my doctors told me 1 would have to* have
the bone scraped or leg amputaten. I used
iliatelv bought the l.eu place just west | instead,
three bottles of Electric Bittersand
seven boxes BuekJvn’s Arnica salve, and my
sound ami well.”
“Louva the Pauper” will be played
Electric Bitters are so! I at fifty cents a
here on Saturday evening March 5. It bottle,
Bucklen’s Arnica salve at 25c.
w ill be followed with tlu-laughable farce, per box and
by Kogers A Todd.
“Wide enough for two.”
ONE <>!•' Fi < E
»S 1 \< >TED Eur- ¡i an
There are, and have been, a good physicians said : Neuralgia was the prayer
many sick horses around lieie for a of a decaased nerve for healthy blood. Use
month past. Several have died and I Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine for the blood,
I For sale bv Rogers A Todd.
some more are nearly dead. .
REV. W. FISK REQ' A, of Aurora, III.,
Mr. J. E. Hembree was married to
Miss Anna Tow nsend, on last Sunday, says; “I have used Gilmore’s Aromatic
ami find it an excellent household
at the residence of the bride’* sister in I remedy
that none ought to do without. For
Chehalem. Joe put up the cigars for I sale by Rogers A Todd.
the boys on Monday.
| THE PRETTIEST LADY in Olean was
Mr. T. (’. Stevens reached home on asked what made her complexion so clear
Saturday last. After lie ended his and beautiful. She said it was by using
duties as seigeant-at-arms of tin* senate, Gilmore’s Aromatic wine. For sale
lie took a pleasure trip to southern ' Rogers A Todd.
Orego- IL* comes back, glad to reach
L. LOOMIS, of Elba. N. Y . writ *s
Lafayette. It suits him here better than us MRS.
that she was sick for six months, was in
any where else.
duced to try Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine,
ind four bottles cured her. For sale by
Rogers A: Todd.
REV IL B. EWELL, of Pavillion. N. Y.
Ct- rl ton.
says of Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine ; “I be
March 3, 1887.
lieve it to be a most desirable remedy to be
placed in every family." Fur »ale by Kog
School is ost.
ers & Todd.
THE WIFE. MOTHER ANDM AID who
suffer from Female weakness ami Debility,
Good seed «heat is in demand.
will find Gilmore's Aromatic a positive
Farmers will soon be busy plowing.
cure. For sale by Rogers A Todd.
Born—to the wife *of D. J. Ohls, a
REV 1. M DERBY, of Linden, N. Y.,
-ays; •• i'he Gilmore Aromatic Wine prov
■d a greatlyiessing to my wife.’, For sale
, The dance at Wriglit Johnson’s was by Rogers & Todd.
Iuiwn MeCarkey intends to go back to NOTICE Or FINAL SETTLEMENT.
« tlia* the riml.*r*igm*<l executor of ih<
Miss Lli Stevenson is stopping in
town v. i h h* r b < the-.
■eased luis filed with the county court ol
Mr. Geo Ohl ham will soon move to Yamhill county, Oregon. his lilial aeeonn:
as such executor, ami that the court Im-
the farm he lias rented.
appointed Tuesday. Matcli sib, A I' IXMl.
Mr. Chas! R. Fenton bus just
at 1 o'clock p. m as the time for hearing
verv successful term ot school
C W TAI.M AGE,
McMinnville. Or .Feb 1st 1X87
Mr. J. E. Fenton, of Eugene Citv,
paid his old home a visit last Friday
PIECE OF VAI.CABI.E PROPER-
Mr. Wes Caret- bought five head of
tv consisting of 5! ’^ acre's one mile
cows for forty-live dollars of one of our from North Yamhill. Oregon 't his piece of
be sold cheap on easy terms The
bachelors, during the recent storm.
property has a good house ami out biiib!-
John I.indlmrg’s sheep take the prize mgs, two good wells, a first-class brick yard,
for raising lambs. He lias twenty ewes a good young orchard and small fruit of all
kinds Will also sell a good butcher shop
that have forty three lambs. Next.
in North Yamhill, l or further particular
IIawkeye thinks the olrl bachelors of address
.1 L CASTLE,
North Yamhill, Oregon.
Carlton shonld be taxed. This is wrong.
They should not be for none of them are
We are informed that Prof. Powell
will return to this place soon and organ
ize another term of singing school. Carl J \ ICK TURPIN TH I 0 J C. C. R.
-1—' Color, rich golde.i vebow; buff nose.
ton seems to be bis favorite town.
Bred by W J Nesm.d.. Dt rv. Oregon;
in lSb’2; sired by Dixie- dam, Jessie,
We understand that Mr. Barnekoff
Property of Addie
will soon move his family to .McMinn 133 P C .1 C C R
Braly This line bull will be kept on River
ville. We are sorry to lose this family, side
but our loss is McMinnville’s gain.
F ee --$5. Payable »* time of service.
Notices are up for school meeting.
Everybody coine out. We have two di
rectors and a clerk to elect, also other
important business which every patron
should have a voice in the disposal of.
The debating society bad a very good
Third Street, between E ami F.
meeting on last Friday evening. The
subject for discussion was—resolved,
that the prohibition amendment should
be adopted. Ti e judges gave the ques
tion in favor of the negative. The so
ciety meets again on Friday evening.
J oyce .
Social meeting at 11 o’clock every
Lord’s day at the Christian church.
>un<lay bchool every Sabbath at 3
........................ R. P. Boise. tot your cold, at C. Giw,en’s.
. . .Geo. W. Belt.
Geo W. Burt has purchased the prop
E. church—services will ba held
•lG-'“Ve““ll‘is ‘■•¡G’. Con- at M.
11a. tn. ami at 7:00 p. in.
P. Bird sideration, $1500.
i............. ......... J. R.
All are cot dially invited.
A young lady of this city, who is well
R. R. I.aiitfhliii
K ev . II. P. S atchwell , Pastor.
F. N. Li’tle qu.ilitie*! to teach, desires to secure u
jcntatives J ■■■ ■
Us fol kt t three months’s< hool m the country. Fur
St. James’ (Catholic) church. Mass
........ L. Lougliarv particulars call or address this office.
<t 10:30 a. tn on the second and fourth
.1. S. Hibbs
Stinuays of each month. Sunday «school
Dame! Putman, an old pioneer, and at 2:30 p. m. every Sunday.
G. W. Briedweil. lather
J. S. W hite , Rector.
...... T. .1. Harris
W. W. Nelson lied yesterday at that place aged 7*
Wyatt Harris years. His funeral will take place at , St. James’ church. Rev. John C.
Fair, rector. Services 11 a. ni. and
.. J. A. < Treu nd Amity, to-muriow.
7 p. m.
......... J. 1>. Fenton
I». <’. Narver
Sunday school at 9:30 n.
veitisemeut of the masquerade ball. A
Friday evening services at 7 :00 p m.
Uiid-oine prize will be given to tin 'eats fieu. All
‘ " a.e cordially
•est masker amo.ig the gentlemen a- ittend.
well as ladies. Supper will be served
C. P. church. Services at the usual
at the new Cook hotel.
hours, Subject for forenoon—“Must
Everyone who lias seen Mrs. Wood we empty-handed goT”Suhject for even
great emotional drama East Lvnne wili ing—“Two views.of Life.”
jj the new ads.
want to see it again to night, and those
Sunday eehool at 9:30 a. m. All are
it Lynne to-night.
wlio never have seen it placed will miss cordially invited to attend these ser
Lntyconrt meet» Tuesday March,
•qieia house this evening.
T. IL H enderson , Pastor.
there is soon to be a change in one of
Lr,I of traile meeting Monday
pt the Baptist church.—
our business houses. J. O. Rogers has 1’ieaching morning
and evening at usu
purchased the interest of Frank Martin al hours—11 a in. and
7 p. in.
in the grocery bu-iness, and the finn
Subject for forenoon—“(rod’s mercy
hereafter will be Baxter & Rogers. They unmeasurable.
” Subject for evening—
ire at present engaged in invoicing.
“How we know that the bible we have
We have received Palmer 4 Key’s new- is the oue that was given by inspira
revised specimen book, for 1887. It is a tion.”
Sunday s-bool at W :30 a m.
Handsome aflair, indeed, the most ele
All are cordially invited to these ser
gant one ever issued by this firm. Tbeii
Portland branch carries a complete stock vices. Strangeis especially made wel
of printers material, and is a good place come to couie am! worship with us.
to do business.
G. J. B urchett , Pastor.
Mrs. Hawthorne well known in this
c ■itv, and a daughter-in-law of T. J.
Ihadden ot this city, died at st. Vincent
A regnlarmeeting of the council of the
hospital, Portland, Tuesday, March I
1887. Her remains were brought to this city of McMinnville was held March 1,
city on Monday morning's train, anil 1887. Present Mayor Wortman, Conn-
interred in the Masonic cemetery.
ciimen Campbell, Jones, Johnson, Holl
Wednesday afternoon we made a fly and Palmer; Marshal Kaufman and
ing trip to North Yamhill, and found Recorder Spencer.
the people of that city w ide awake and
The minutes ofthe last meeting were
full of energy. While there we were
shown the inside of the new I. O. O. F. read and approved.
The reports of the marshal and rccor-
hall. It is handsomely furnished and
trimmed and is cozy and homelike.
derfor the month of February were
As the spring season is drawing near read and placed on file.
we wish to call the attention of horse-! The following are the
men to our facilities for doing poetei
Work. We have several handsome cuts
company in of horses and are prepared to do poster Talmag» & Tinner, printing......... $4 5.1
opei a house work at the lowest prices. Call and as Geo. W. Kaufman, marshal fees. .
Win. C'an.’hbell, surveying.........
certain our prices before you go else G.
for ’the hall where.
D. C. Narver,
nesiiav night next can be aecommo-
Drs. Goucher, of this city, removed a Jones <& Co., spikek & etc.............
1 by calling on Chas. Grissen.
toe from the foot of Miss Mvrtie Miller, J. W. Cook, carpenter work.......
rare vour seats for the Heath dra- granddaughter of Mr. McKinley, of W. T. Booth, blacksmithing ...
ctroupe at the opera house this Belleyue, yesterday. The toe bad been
ing. On sale tit the City Drug stare. broken several years ago ami was dou
bled up in such away as to be the cause
The lull of E. 0. Brooks fur $12 forten
of. E. E. Selpli and wife accompa- of considerable trouble to the young ding tire engine was laid over until next
by Mrs. Mary Clark, paid our of- lady.
Grissen was unanimously elect
a pleasant call last Tuesday after-
The Heath dramatic troupe which is ed Chas.
councilman in place of D. C. Narver
to appear here this evening and to-mor resigned.
^Bi hear the birds iwitler, to see the row evening has been playing to crowd Adjourned.
swelling, and the farmer beginning ed houses tip the road. They are said to
Murn up the earth—Pshaw, the ma- be fiist-elass artists ami tlieir repertoire
Vote of Thanks.
is extensive. East Lynne will be p i-
foi med Friday night, and dodgers will
van want to purchase a good second- announce the play for Saturday night.
W hereas ,
We the undersigned
B id piano, comparatively new, at a
You cam see the point if you stop to members of the fit emen’» fair executive i
B v reasonable price, call at this office
think. Reasons why we can and will committee, on behalf of McMinnville
sell you hardware, stoves and tinware fire department, desire ito express our ,
B Hsia Wright is laying the foundation cheaper than our competitors. First, thanks to each and all persons who,
B his new building just east, of Hen- we have double the amount of stock
B san Bros, stables. It is to be used as in our line than any oilier house on the through their assistance and liberal
M I office for D. C. Ireland & Co.
west side, from Portland to Corvallis. patronage, helped to make the seventh
B lead the new ad. of Dielschneider’a. Second, we buy our goods in the east m annual fair a most complete success.
B has no idea of closing out in bnsi- large quantities, strictly for spot. cash. Therefore be it
I’liird, we do a very limited credit busi
B is. hut will continue to sell hoots and ness
R esolved , That we herewith tender
ami only with those that we can a vote of thank« to the members of the
B les cheaper than the cheapest.
have our money from when we say to coffee
brigade, broom brigade, the min
H imma Heath's I.ady Isabel in East
strels, Custer Post band, the committee
We arc pleased to call the attention of
H tine is unexcelled. Look out for right here we will say we can save yon on art gallery, and each and every per our renders to the announcement of Messrs.
H Igers announcing Saturday night’s
son connected with the fair, for their Barnekoff. Thomason <k Swanson, which
you to help pay some other man’s bad kind services.
H I. Admission 75 and 59 cents.
will a| pear in tills week’s issue a These
debt by adding an extri profit, for in
al i McMinn-
R esolved , That a copy of these res gentlemen
................ .. crossing ami < arl-
H '. B Reed, of this place, while in ti e eleven years tliat we have been in busi olutions
be published in the Daiiv and toll, commodious
\ «rehouses, complete
■ inrttains hunting one day last week ness in McMinnville we have not. lost Weekly Reporter ami the W est S ide
with latest improved machinery for
■ led a large grey eagle that measured two hundred dollars in bad accounts. T elephone .
of g-uin. ami
H let from tip to tip of the wings.
These and many other reasons is w hy
W. G. II endeson , Secretary.
offer the farmers of Yamhill county the
Manning & Co. are selling goods at such
E. W. F uller , Chairman.
I ohn J. Sax wants it known that lie is low prices.
' grain i Years
of experience and a
W. A. JI endeksux , i
I idv to chop at the mill for $2 per ton,
practical knowled; Ige of the huskies* enable
B will take toll. Corn meal also
P leasant SuanntsR.—Wednesday was E lsia W right ,
them to guarantee satisfaction They also
pay the highest cash price for gram of all
B >untl. Satisfaction guaranteed.
* the birthday of Mrs. B. F. Hartman and T. 51. F ields .
kimls. and carry in stock a full line of the
verv be*t farm machinery, wagons. Ac It
B lonas Howell, the gallant captain of also of Miss Annie Joslyn, who is stop
be to the advantage of all farmers to
Bi mop brigrade, is the boss of Yani- ping with her. In the evening friends,
and see them before making any other
Bl conntv for splitting rails. Mil young ami old, to the numb *r of about
Following is the programme for the call
for <li*po«al of their grain or
Bdnesday he turned out 249 in four 75 gathered in tier spacious parlors, MeMinnvi le OpenJjTemper.ince society arrangements
buying tlieir machinery or wagons By
limed w ith an abundant supply of edi at Grange hall March 7, 1887:
courteous and honorable dealing, and strict
attention to the best interests of tlieir pat
■Our sidewalks somewhat resemble bles, affording a complete surprise. The
rons. Mcssr-'. llarekoff. Thompson A Swan
Music, Miss I.izzie Handley.
■o.vlwav. Unless the obstructions are evening was very pleasantly pas-ed until
will seek to hold the foremost position
■noved soon we will be compelled to about eleven o’clock, when the party
among the business firm« of Yamhill coun-
Music, Pi of. Crawford.
But elevated passageways for our pe- dispersed leaving tlieir best w ishes for
we bespeak for them the the suc-
the pleasant host and hostesses.
BM m *.
i cess which must attend tlieir effort« Call
Music, instrumental, Mr. and Miss and see them
E xcellence E xcelled .—-L. IL- Cook Russ.
B. Multner of the Central hotel has
Reading, S. F. Harding.
■ «lea large lot of bedding, spring of the new hotel w ishes to return his
Good Results in Every Case.
Elecution reading by Mrs. Matheau's
■ittresses, etc., etc. Parties desiring thanks to the people of this city for tlieir
D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer
Bything of this kind can secure har- liberal patronage of his Sunday family cla'S.
Reading, Edwin Ross.
«ins by calling at the Central at once.
of Chattanoea, Tenn., writes that he was
dinners. The success of these dinneis
Dialogue, Ray Satchwell and Harvey seriously afflicted with a “overc cold that
BBe are in receipt of a copy- of a neat
settled <»n his lungs; had tried many reme
Music, Miss Annie Young.
■tie hook entitled “Sketches from the the consequence is lie has been obliged
dies without benefit. Being induced to try
E. V. V anatta ,
gnaet land” by E. L. E. While of this to secme the services of a first-das-
Dr. King’s New Discovery for consumption
did so and was entirely cured bv use of a
It contains several interesting pastry cook especially for his Sunday
bottles. Since which time he has used
■¡tt stories, and io a credit to its ati-
it in his family for all coughs and colds
cellent liefoie will be excelled herealter.
with best results. This is the experience of
thousands whose lives have been saved by
L ecture .—Tlie Rev. John ( . Fair will
■Byrd Robertson, of Dayton prairie
this wonderful diseovery.
g’ in the citv yesterday. He his just lecture to night at St. James church at
Trial bottles free at Roger« A Todd’s drug
«¡'irned from a fourteen months’ visit 7:30. Subject: "God, the object of re situated 4l2 miles west of McMinnville; store.
I'range, l.os Angeles conntv, Califor-
*nd reports tilings booming in the ligion." In this, and the lertuie’ w hich pasture land; well watered 3 living
F or S ale C heap .—Forty acres ol
are to follow, an attempt will be made to
situated five and one-half miles
insist upon some of the truths whicli are
U m . McPhillips says lie feels like a most lundamentally related Io the soul s new bain, and good house. This is the northwest of McMinnville, adjoining tin*
lL.Ir!iln ’mi ? Dr. Tavlor treated him religious lite, as they come in contact best stock ranch in Yamhill county, ami Dave McCall place on the left. This
f'lihat a person is very foolish to suf- with some forms of modern thought. is offered for sale at a bargain. For fur piece of land is offered for sale cheap on
ther particulars enquire at this office.
l v'*'1 P''e’ when so fair an offer is All are invited to attend.
easy terms. It is well fenced, contains
i*' ,,n them hy Dr. Tavlor at the of-
a living spring of water, ten acres of it
F or S ale .—A piece of valuable pro
Bncklcn’s Arnica Salve.
F of Dr. Johnson.
ha’ lx-en under cultivation, and eight
pertv situated just outside the city lim
acres lias been slashed. Price i 10 per
The best salve in the world for cuts, acre. For birther particular« call at the
furniture dealer E. its, for sale at a bargain. Large house,
fellows is always adding something
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever T elefhoxe office.
f’to his already complete stock of well built; several acres of ground fur
pmrture. His windows are handsomely gardening, and fruits of various kin*b sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
pniaiel this week with a splendid nicely sUrted. nnmeous outhouse«, corns, and all skin emotions, and posi
rndment of crescent trimmings. Take bun etc. Everything in good or.h r. tively cures piles, or no pay required.
Property is situated on < ollegeside. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
Two acres of land just across the creek
<atisfac’torv reason’ for wanting to sell tion. or money refunded
Price 25 from town, near the college.
blustering March weather with For further particulars enquire al this «•ent* per box. For sale by Kogers & sold cheap on account of the owner leav
r’lni'V days and freezing nights is office._____ ________ ——
ing. Inquire ol J. Todd. McMinnville,
er,lon the wheat. Yesterday in con-
L ost S tolen —On 1*»* Satnr'lay a
,.j3,."’n w'tb » prominent farmer he
J? the wheat had already been injnr- dog answering to the name "Princie,”
m rpofs, and if the present weather «andv colored. If found in any persons Corrected for the T elipiioxe by Baxter A
tinned much longer the injury to ¿".exion thev will '* P^ecntcd. A
Owing to the change in our busine««
Upward will la* paid for the recovery of
P* would be considerable.
Wheat. t > tt bu
we need all the money due n«. So all
Jhe mud and filth which hi’ accn- the dog.
Oata. per ini
who owe us please call and settle at
Floor, I .-er bar.
*Ated on the streets during the w in
J-ha* begun to thicken with the warm
R ogers Tono.
T** nQW st hand, ami i’ in just the small place adjorning town contamg a CI mb
•yt condition to be moved ei’ily. little more th in an acre of fo”"''• ’ Anr
GILMORE S AROM \T!< !• n g
T would it not tie a good time to have
ce««, luerefore wc challenge the
two sin yhou.eanl barn;- .!-• Bac 1.
■ It would improve the general
produce it« eqn«I «« a restorative
■i>. For «ate l</ L.rgr r- ,t To Id.
Jtarance of the streets besidea making with small fruit tree«:
We will »ell l'"s I’la’’e at * ' ”
Meh more pleasant’to get arotiud.
An End to Bone Scraping.
Henderson Eros. Props.
The Leader in Millinery.
HAIR WEAVING AND STAMPING
Opposite Grange Store, McMinnville. 42tf
te! tar?.! ta®!
J. H. HENDERSON
(Successorio L. Koot)|
Carries * full and complete stock of
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware,
Wooden and Willowware,
Goode delivered promptly to any part
of the city.
Goods Exchanged for Produce, lotf
HERE KE ARE AT LAST I
—Harness at the—
Buggy Harness from ?12.00 ««1 upward.
Team Harness from ?2.>.on rih I upward.
I have also something entirety new in the
line of « a eat pads.
My terms are CASH, or note* that can
lie turned into cash.
The Great Transcfinhiicirtal Route.
The Direct Route!
TITZE LOWEST RATES
TO CHICAGO AND ALL FOIMTS
East Ticket* sold to all prominent pointe
throughout the East and Soutlwwat.
Be careful and do not make a iniwtake.
But b • sure to take the
N orthern P acific R ailroad
And see that your ticket reads via
ST. PAUL OR
To avoid cban?es and serious delays occa
sioned by other routes.
Through Eiuigrniit Sleeping Car«
art* linn on Regular Expreaa
Trains Full Length ef the
Line. Berths Free.
QUICK TIKE J
General Office of the Company,
No. 2 Washington St., Portland, Or.
A. D. CHARLTON,
General Western Passenger Agent.
First-class accommodations for’Cemmer
cial men and general travel.
Transient stuck well < ared for.
Everything new and in First-Class Order ' fV\\c veufeoxx KiL^iïiTiî
Patronage respectfully solicited.
It! I h vmrranted, 1« b«<«u*« li k «M« best
lllocd l’repkrxtlna kuo-.ra. It viM po»i-
liv< ly cur« all Blond Diari«*’, parile« tlw
whole ayrtem, and thoroughly build« ap th«
«outtilutioa. Kaiaambcr, we «waraata« M.
Geo. W. Burt, druggist.
New Blacksmith Shop!
G. E. DETMERING
SAM LIKENS, Proprietor.
Blacksmithing ami carriage ironing of
And plow work a specialty.
Also manufacture the
Celebrated Oregon Iron Harrow,
In the Cltj
GIVE ME A CALL.
A. A. KENYON.
Having Bought the—
M »Monti a tv.
Bu«iness of Logan Bro«. A Hender
son. 1 am ready to do all kind« of
KENYON & RAY, Proprietors,
(Successors to W. F. Bangttsser.)
— At Any Time.—
Delivery Wagon Always Ready.
Givr Mr a Trial.
Of all kinds «nd of the bc«t quality
kept constantly on hand.
NI. S. (¡OFF. ..
All kinds of Ginae in Season.
Ha« been thoroughly renovate«! and is now
ready to receive grain.
Ftnrsee and <'loaning. 3 eent«. f’aJrutta
-a«-k< constantly on band and »old at the
— Dealer in—
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
(Cutlery, Fishing Tackle, Etc., Etc.
All kind’ of
fiunsiiiifh, Lo< ksinith and Sewing
Machine Work done wrtdi
Cdics! larkd I'riti Paid hr VJual.
Neatness atnl Dispatch.
Farmers are respectfully invited to rah'
Choke-boring « Specialty, «nd Sati»-
and ace ua.
WIB. GALLOWAY Prop.
Sooth»r at haul. It is the only ««f«
medicine yet u 1« that will muo” «11
infanri.„<1 s.>rd-m. It contains 9>o Opium
or M 'u.Mno, but gives the child rnturd
ta»e J. utn pain. Price 25 cents. ts>ld by
<•<0 W. Bort, drugg.«t.
wr«t nf Baxter .< Martin*«
trifle with «ey Tlre«t «r
V J.nnj Due«*». If vea haw
» Cough or Cold, er the «blldrea
threatened wlthCronpor Whooplnr CeegK
ns« Acker’« Täglich I'.rmeCy «od prave*
farther tr*nl,lo. It lx a poahlro carp,
■ùd we guarantee it. Trico 19 and Jdk
Jbio. \\ . Burl, imjyi-1.