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SALE II, OREGON. PIMDAT MARCH 11. lJt'2.
heard and passed upon: by said Court
at said time nl plate,! -
Fori HALK Oft TBADK-l fXiOD fSOi -"d at : Jialrru. Oregon, UU..lt
honw rw- kH boiler, about sow ; JAy E Marcn, A. ij.
fU ofHfi, -In. and -ln. Iron ldp.i?VE- KIRK and MATILDA M..KIUK.
nearly nw. and all In good shape. Co-executors of the laat will, testa-
Address or call on White & Klchie.
Knot t if Ilia, Oregon.; 3:7-41(1)
MONET TO LOAN ON JMPTlOVElN
rarrns nnl city property at ff per cer. I
Knumum; im cemmiiiiotw , Pl'iw
call or address Kujrene Breyman. Ite-p.-rater
the fdace. 270 Commercial
street, one door north of Statesman
office. v .. dwtf
IIORSK FOR 1 SALE-4WEIOHT 1S0J
lb. ' Xine years old. ' c. A. Pet
rel, y six mil." north ' . of Balem. j
3f7-Jtw (1) ' ',
WANTJCDI wjfnt to rent a ranch
r stock d," ToV J or S i'ears, references,
.. state what you have. H." Statesman
office, j - J.y : ' ;- t's;"
The jBialesroan Pub. Co. has on hand
several hcndred copies of the ORKOON
CONSTITUTION.' The price is 10 cents
each as long as they last.; P k
if ON ITT TO LOAN. if and 7 per cent
on Improved Valley- farms. W. A.
khaw &.. 243 taK StreeL,
' Portland. Oregon. i
NOW Is a . good ticae.to . brine in
your machinery ami -have yur repair
ing all done. Castings, Iron" am! trass,
furnished on short notice. One boiler
and 4-iherse engine ; cornl'Iete for sale
cheap. . ' J2. Ms KJOHTLINGKIt.
Phone 2333. 1263 Liberty St.
inejnt and estate of Peter Kirk. de
ceased. . 3:14-t.
For School Boys
BANQUET BY ,
r BUSINESS MEN
Given President J. H. Coleman
IVof VYIItemetle University
FRIENDS OK . THE INSTITUTION
; WERE PRESENT - IN " LARGE
" NUMBERS LAST NIGHT
ABSTRACTORS OF TITLE.
ESTTBljsilKxT I.sfWCniy com
plete set of. abstract books In Marlon
- county, .Oresoai TCtuceTuIutf title
consult, "lis. r : &3eiu ' A Mi raei, Vand
Ianl Co., Salem. Oregon. V. W.
'Waters, ; STetary 004, Manager.
i NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WITH
DltAW, INSt'HANC; IKI'OHIT
BTTl'(lfeJtr?ftT:f 1 ; xitatfa
! FIRK 1!4MiliA?r-i: (ki. '-. 1
To Whoni It May, Concern:
In accordance with th rfqulr-m.;nts
of the law of I the. f!iul of (trfgon,
rela.tlve to insurance rromf-unlfifl. no
tice U hereby gtveti that th ITNITKD
HTATES FlitK INKUItA NCK CUMl'A
Nf Of New.' York. New-Vorfc. .t-IilnK
t cjae dolntf: buiiifo within the
State of Oregon. In tei ffrt. to With-1 raw
Its dfpoaft nith th Tfaurr of 'skill
Htate atifl W W. If no ci;trn agulius. raid
; Comp-any hall e tt 14 with the IuKur.
. ance CorriniUKiiifr vlthln six month
; from the 21st day "of February, -1902,
'r the eame being th- Jut of the tlrxt
i publlcatifm of thU rittr e, withdraw lf
deposit fkoni the -State Treasurer.
UNITED HTATK Flftl-J INrfH
A NCK COMPANY; ' I
, Vy W. W. CNDJUUIILU
Datfcd t Nirw- York, thia, 7th day of
reorivry,, j .; 2;-'l- ino,
NOTICE OF INTENTION : TO
WITHDRAW IXiTOLLNCE '
In nccordance with the. refinlre-1
I IJ 1 1 1 ' It (i4 1 1 1 E I.VSUUANCE COM.
1 arfd Girls.
;D you. want to ,earn-fime money,
and something- else real, nice? . ; ' . ,
, The Pacic Homeetead wants more
ubscribers and you. boys and' girls can
n-!p Set them.. -j , ; ;. . ; 1
Y'eu kuow. of sojrie of your neighbors
who do not take the Homestead. AskJAn th Nssds of ths Pioneer School
nfm io suoaerirje. . litis ine oest rmi
paper published on t lh 'l'aelrtc coast, !
Comes eyery ! week and contains 1 20
bags,' ' .ia illustrated. - j ' f
The boy or girl sending the largest
number of new annual subseriptlona
before October 1, 10, iwlll have first
choi--e of I premiums.' the seond largest,
nunibr seeond choice,! and 'so on. J . i
Tvo J& months subscriptions or
Four 3 months subscriptions count as
one. ' . ' - 1 ' " . ' 1
and Its Prospects Were Discussed
at, Lsngth An Interesting Gath
ering and Conference Held.
CASH FOR 1 WORK-
i (From Thursday's Statesman.)
. : Tbie business men ."of Halem and
other friends of the Institution, to the
number of about Cfty, care a. banquet
Fot veV HMi-e iiici Vft . ; It evening I?! honor of the new pres-
25 rents and send us 75 cents with ,Idntof Willamette University, IHv J.
NAfE and ADDIIESS of your subtlL Coleman. 1 The banqueting 4able
wriber. , IJe sure and Ive your ewn wiu Ki.reaJ In the matlou dlnine
name anu aaarers t ana say "ritizu
CONTK8T. ' -:
We do not object 'to--our parents and
friends iassitlng r you, ' but send the
mont-y in YOl'H 6wn NAME. i '
iU-ibf'TnbT -this - 1 for NEW StJB-
KCHIHER ONLY. : " f
If you want a few sample "copies to
assist you. ask for them. :
CONTEST CLOSES, OCT. I, 1902
'Koi "1. Illfc'h Orade, fiO- Bicycle,
(Make to be announced later..
r j- '
No. 2. Winchester Repeating Shot
KUn. Take down, Model 18K7.
,. ". i '; -. ;- - - ' V ' -!
No. 3. Korona Camera 45 with In
stantaneous symmetrical tense.
No. 4. Werner's- Library, of famous
Books comfyUilng 30 volumes. .
i ' "I
' No;- t Jacobus Stalner Violin. :
No. 6. Angello Mannello Mandolin.
No. 7. Same as No. 6. :
i ' ! -
I No. 8,7-Gernvan Accorjleon.
room of the Willamette Hotel,, and It
wa about 7, lo'eloelc when the assem
Ued icnests tookJUSelr places, the hour
havAn-g been aw.oum-ed to be 6: 30.
, . ,
ii art ft .1
I- ,' i
r " ' '
a . very
9. Blacli Heauty
by Anna Se-
No. lO. Lady of the Lake by Scott.
Next ttn prizes Useful Books. . Ad-
PRIZE CONTEST. . -i SALKI, OR.
4 la hereby given that tbe- MA(j 'j ' ; "
VPANS", of Magilelurg, tJernjimy, ' l&-' ISSUED BY THE BOARD OF EDU
sires t ceiise uoiti 4Lt:alues within ;
' the mat.e of Ore son. Jntt this trr with-1
draw? if tkiMit with tlie Treourer
t of , wild s atf at.4 will, If no 'claim-
shall je llied w ith the Imeiraticr' CouV State Certificates and Diplomas Issued
.m.iviii-r "iuihi rix -ttio-uins rrom ine,
llfBJ tin y of (XtbT, 11XU. the name!
JxMng, the date of the first day of pul-
1 cation of - tb.a -notice ' withdraw l!s
deposit from the tafe Treasurer.
MAoni:m:i:f; fird insurance
lb (Suite & Frank.
3ifinflger for the Pnciflc Coarr.
I4tel at S.in, Francisco, thl 2d day
: Of October 1901. 10:ll-6mi.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WITH
DRAW INSnitANCH- DEIM1S1T
BY TUB LION FIRE JNSUIV'
, A NCR (X) M l' A N ', d . I SI IT KP.
To Whom It May Cfntcrn: "
In accordance .with the requirements
of the - laws, f he fate of oregren.
relatf Irtrtsuriince'eoinpaales. notice
Is msreby glvri . th.it t lye LION FIUE
iNSfHAjs;cE Company, limited.
of London, EnKland, dv.mrtnjr to cease
tolnj bu.-iiitH wlthlrt the itat of
Oregon,- Intend 4 wfthqraw Jts this
lt With the Treasurer of said 'State
and wilt, if n. claim 'against said
Company shall jbe tiled .with the Inua
ance CommlnHione'r withrti fix months
from the 24th day of January. t:j)2, the
same bt lrg tlie.:dat of the tlrt publi
cation of . this notice. Withdraw ts
deposit from Mc-Stat Treasurer.'
LION Film INSITUANCE CO . LTD.
Itjr ,Vin. J. Landers,
Manager for the Paciflc Coast.
Bated at San Francisco,' this 6th day
of Jan .1502. l:25-6mo.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
to a Number o Teachers Who Re
cently Took the Examination.
a number !of
The State P.oard Of
terday granted state
state : certlfliMites to
teachers. vho recently took the exam
ination for tljse papers. They are:
Eph-ralm- Thurman Mtxres. S;Uem.
Katlu rlni- I'add-n, Portland.
Oforjs W;ihinKton jMilam. Albany
Nora !attn,. WhIIowh. fc
John iiloiiKh, Ijit.I-aytte.
- Ellen SedKwlek, Albany. - ,
v . .Stat Certificates.
Lesoh-v Francis, Allany.
Marvlll. Laurence Watts, Athena.
Jennie iiae Nool. 4'orvallis
Mary Jiittredge, Haker i'lty
lluglv llonlytni E.soa, ClaAskajnle.
Ajtnes t'lunimer,' Portland.
elma Ktrcina Shavelf, I'ortland
Ella tt'-irtrude McDoough. Holbrooke
Carrla K. Bentley, Ashland.
Edmund F. Carleton,! Joseph
Olive Conb-e. Canyon City.
Iloaa Esther Smith, Monmouth,
Neti it. Ward. Monmouth
Jennettie I McKlnnon., Weeiton
I.uHl.i B. tlralffen.. Brlffgson.
Ethft . S. Turpf-n.' North , Bend. -
Katie Mareli Wtorts. NVoodburn,
In- A ii rust a Lunk. Monmonth.
Ada Oracc jviyton. Salem.
M. Katherine oon. Orants -Vallev
Mark WaM McKihney,, Brownsville.
Notice Is hereby given to all whom
it may concern:, that the undersigned j ."OR STEALINC TIClvET3. Const.!
administrator of the estate of Nelson I We J 11,1 r returned on the overw
IL Boty late of Marlon county,! Ore-, ana yjestrapiy. morning from AshlandL
go ft. deceased.' has Wed- his final ac having 4n charge the t young m4i
count of sal. estate and that the coup. Ralph PJahd and CIerge Koontz, wh5
ty court oritarlon counjy. Oreiron. has - helr to anwi r toi th charge. .f
eet the same for hearing on the 15th having etolen two rnilruad tickets fror
day of "March, 1S02, at one (1) o'clock:? Turner to San Francisco from th
If. t of sdid day. at the court room t .Souerii Pacino tlckt-t ioince at Turn4
salltourt In . the county f ourt houne In I Monday. March 19. 102, ; They were
theclty of Palem Marlon county. Ore- arraigned before Justice of the .Pace
gon, and that enlu final account .and
any objections thereto will be heard
and passed upon by the court at said
time and rtace. j - ,
Oated at Salem. Oregon, this 12th
day of February, 1902. : i
- , . L C. NEEBHAM.
vAdndnlstrator of th Estate of
14-5W Nelson R- Doty, deceased.
EX ECtlTO RS N OTl CE O F ' FINAL l:
. i ..- '
Notice Is hereby given to all whom '
It may concern that the undersigned r
' Executors of thie Estate cof Peter Kirk.
Deceased, "have j .filed their Anal ac-1
fount of kJ estate in the County!
Court of Marion County. Oregon, andT
thet said Court,, has fixed as the time;
and place of hearing said - final ac-f
count nnd any .objections thereto, onf
the 11th day: of Aprir. lt2, at 2i
o'clock P. M, of said! day. at thet
Oourt room of said Court, in the j
County Court Jiousejat , the City of!
falem. in. Marion County, State of',
Oregon. anI ' that sralJ tlnal account I"
and any objection thereto will bet
J. O'Donald at 2:36 o'cLmIc vsu.r.L.v
arternoon, plead nof mitity and ide
manded a preUminafy examint(n,
but, upo the enr.w-nti! the defend
ants, me hearing. .u .ostponed ut.til
3 ocieck p. ny. Monday Mart h.1 7th. t
. u. . i . upon tieianej in a
ouiaw- trip to Clrants Pass fat night.
tenjpling; bill of fare, , arranged under
the t direction of Lund lord Conner,
Hon, C. B. Moorcs, Register of the
United States Land Office at' Oregon
Cftyoqk charge as toa.s-trnaster. Af
ter 4iyfductorjr remarks appropriate
ioi me assuniption or this, function
r. jioore siiose upon tnei topic as
signed to him, ''The influences aris
ing from,; thei establishing of the Wil-t
lamctte University, from the alumni
and old students, upon the business
and professional Interests of the
Northwest." i ;
Mr. Mooresi Spoke of the hundreds
of students who. h;ive gone out from
this Institution and who have oceupldj
ana wno are now holding important
and honored places in the, official, pro-
lessionai ana business life of
Northwest and elsewhere. It w
glowing and inspiring tribute.
of suggestion and urtrumen
awakening of interest
school and its upbuildi
institution. He shovved that
valuable asset of
Jnon?.rtl name that will live for all
time through the men and women who
have gone out from its precincts,
t.Vn. W. II. Odell, president ot the
lM.ara of trustevs of the AVIIIamtt
ITnJvcr-slty. spoke noon "WUlamctto
l-nlvcrMity. its present indebtedness
and the causes leading up to it.'
.U'-neral Odell explained very fullv
nnd lutddiy the causes, most of which
are laminar to i?h readers: of : the
statesman, -and which ; reflect no dis
credit upon -the, ru.inarnont of the In
stl tut ion, pant or iresent.-
J'f. J. i. Coleman, b.-Ing called
upon, responded to the toast. "Repre
ft-iuuix urji. r.. v.nurcn; wnat -are
fhe Ims,. Intents and purposes of this
iynFiiiiiiu.iMn reKarainf- its . ouuea
tional work In" th Northwest, with
especial reference to Willamette UnU
versify?" i , , .-
Ir. t'olenn called attention to the
firct -:r that; . the Method 1st. Episcopul
Church htis a membership in the
United Statea.of nearly three inlllion.s;
that it has educational in.ftitutions in
this country that own property worth
in the aggregate thirty millions of
diillars; that It has, four universities
with upwards of 1000 students each,
one haing 2S00. He called attention
to the fact that this, church is com
mitted to the: iKlicy of -establishing a
Kreat institution of learning in the
Pacific Northwest, and that the ac-
tion of the local conferencea has fixed
u the ItiKtitution which' ls "to have the
patronage net essary for this consum
mation. Willamette '--'University. - He
Kave emih;iiis ,ind ,directneRS to the l
mougnt that this in the achotd-
Jhe one only, which must be made the
Rreat educational center of Methodism
in the West, Be spoke ia a aretieral
way of the value of education, and he
pretllcted that the work now taken up
will be .pushed vigorously and Purely
IO 1 successful teni.f n iH..n
Dr. Coleman was -listened to with !
oaineu aiienuon. and hla -or,l
touched' a responsive rhnni ' i k
hearts of all present. ;
1 Myor Bishop was called upon also
Governor ,0er. Judge Bean. Judge
Wolverton, Hon. J. J. Murtdiv 1i;m T
II. Albert, Bet-order Judah. JT. B. T.
Tuthlll. Dr. Byrd.llott P. 1 iiimt.,..
Hon. C. S. Moore, on.)
ltwn one responded With mraunirliir
words.-. - i , -, .,. ' IT- i
joe nanquet was a crrcat sue
nu a nioft pleasant nfTalr. and id
Are not more disfiguring, to pure white ' paper iLm
blotches an4 pimples are to tbe clean white kta.
Both men aul women are at cialvatttao when
thet face is marred and scarred by an, eruptiVoUI$-t
ease. Perhaps the woman ia the moro unfortunate
. because the beauty of a clean ekin and clear com
plexion M her rightful heritage. And w hile she has
- the friendly shelter of the veil, it only covers what
4 it cannot entirely conceaL TJie worst mk fortune
in the case of a inan with a pimply faco 1st that he,
is generally set down' as dissipated, 'if he eeka a
position hia "dis8ipateil, face discounts his abilities.
If, he is a salesman he find customers disinclined to
do business with a man whoso commercial reliability
must be taken largely "on trust, because his face ia
against hini. " ";' : ,' ' -
The. misery and discdmfort of such disfiguring:
eruptive 4iscases is apparent to everyone. The '
great question is : Can these diseases bo" cured?
Can this rough skin be made smooth? Is there any
escape from the torment of eczema and salt-rheum?
Can scrofulous sores be healed?- 'k':.f-
The answer is : "What has been done can bo
' done. Dr. I1erces Golden 3Iedical Discovery haa
cured eruptive: diseases iti men and . women, and
cured them perfectly and permanently. It has cured
pimples, boils, scrofulous sores, erysipelas, eezema,
salt-rheuni 'and other distressing and disfiguring
eruptive diseases. What Golden -Aledtcal Discov
ery n hon done for others ii "can do for yoiL It ia.'f
aH absolutely reliablo medicine. , It always helpa.
It almost always cures, - '- r
"It' eirea tne' ereat pleasure to ejcniea:tnV fafihti"- -
virtue of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical iJ-iscovery,1' writes .
ilzektel Floro, of Graytown, Ottawa Co., Ohio. I suffered
every uiiug lor two years with a humor on my face, which
Ijaffled the skill of some of the ntost noted physicians.
Was advised to go to the hospital; was doctoretT there for
three months without success, Came home discouraged,
Then began toidoctor with a "chemist lie r.nri ...
help me. ; Theh I began Ihv I'ierce's Golden iletlical Dis
coverjr, wlUi 14, faiUi whatever in it. Did it only to please
iny wife; but I am happy to tell you that after taking fire
! 11 '-
"7' rrJPf.' writes JSTra. Jlita j. afitchdl. of iSM
aft-r rSl S A1i4r,c,1Ia Co.. California, by tisinjour Golden epical .Ihacor;
1. atter I nml.teen under the doctor care and fcWl.no relef., -: .' : ! V
tfn thl Ulli 1 tdok VtT tGM Medical iiisccverT for a ncrofulons affec.
N V an llmfn?. 1 i neC writes Mr. Zebulofll B. Louiu. 0 Griftoo, PiU Co..
tvriS. -n lL.Kl5 .Vs1! t,UIt 1 i1 had no rftu" of ithe disease. I thought I would
write an 14et you know, that I hare not forgotten yon, and never .will Vhile I I've." ;
uise. reason. tor, tlu thorough cures of eruptive diseases -cftiM :by Hit Li
,m. tHTc txoivien ,ileuical discovery is this : It entirely cleanses thc- LIo-d;
..... ... nn-i. nim-ii cau.su uie niorii' , . 1 nii
- vw!i' a "-3 ' ! ; .
. -; r-" v; ' . ; -j ' . .,.
111 Wi : ': :
II If i Y .'r. V. 15 1 I :
ft if m fc m .j - - a .
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f ' 'vV:
Titea Mrs v'it 1 tV7- inbrTr yw J won!crful rery the use of your medicine - A
mined a Terllt Cl?t!t kP TUX nn il it went all over my bead. .It, ' '
S lSk I ty L dl wen1.n nntil nd was taken aick.aLoV lay almt t I
Gol,W Ml J. coralition, atul I was -.fcommenlel to try Vr. fierce'. '
due for mX SLRZTZZ' ? J't,xbottles, I thin. About three' Isitles of fnedi- , "!
Sat Idon-t 'StLta """ttn,? of U helping me in any tlier way, but I feel thankful . , r
of " j ZjJZS nll todoso. I think ita miracle, for I had jvcn t-p ell hone ,
iT !all tliatir "2-LHtirLc a' wondeul,.u.,. Iff hulXl thinks
hood. . .. I act now m.niySth year and am very stromr." -. I 1 I II
rem-d there can be no permanent cure. I'impl-s, boils sores, etc., are only the
outwanJ signs of .thomt-ard disease. To cure the1 disease the cauw must Iw
cured, acd " Golden Medical Discovery " absolutely climinates from the bl.Kxl the
corrupt, and .clogging elements which cause disfiguring eruptions. : It mdores the
skin to normal ..smoothness, and the pure, healthy blood supply pnbiced by iL
means dyes the cheek with the ruddy hues of health. ;-,.'
Ir. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should be used with tho "Disi-ovenr" when the
bowels are irregular, or tho liver' sluggish. The twlo medicines are especially
adapted to Ihj used together whenever a laxative is required,
The matiifest motive for substitution is to enable Jhe dealer to make the little
more iiroux wui on the sale of less meritorious remedies. To accept a Mihstitute
modieine as "just as good n as ' Golden 3Iedieal Disco
ot the lamihar fable and trade substance for shadow.
i cry " is to reat the folly
FZ?lZr5ZB ' hlfffii nFr 3r9m homwtld m$attioai
rrTTur-i mm -
oantwlntng tutmr m thcmmmmal larffa papam, and
tfa aant FREE
on ewe, af atatnpm ia may aw pan pi mallhw OMLT.
aifo-cant atamtam far 0hm oJath-baamal ala.
ftama aavara. .
. - Jiddaaaai
7 CO IHaatrattana.
21 aMacitam tarn tha
L V. PIERCE. Buffala, M. Y.
. s ' " " wh - - ... yy - ,
jViV ' i ' ' i " '" '"' ' ' - -' '.-. -.-' - - . -
! -r : ' ; z r , 1 . , , . .
IDAHO GOLD FIELD
&4 -a I a iB.
fx Knekm artf sokni'
f tehereber good 1 crops
I j j j arv srokvL i l
V 90 Anal FREE. J
Bo doubt redound to the
Willamette University. .
Dr; J. H. Coleman ov-cuoied the mil-
dt of the M. E. t-hunh ilt Wo.xll.orn
la.Hit Kuna(y mornInc. ami ll iiii
of his appeal for help for WiilameUe
(university was very enconraainc.
Hon. J. M. I'oorman uiedcred Ilrto m,l
l'0 additional was subscribed in
amaller ronn This is very bamm! fori
Woodburn. The ame kind of rp-i
siKnse. throuRhout the Knrthr.-et J
will wifa? out the 135.009 debt, and add
a considerable sum to the Vmlou-m'nt
funL ' ' :''' '- L s- : '
JHE CAMP A RICH ONE BUT IS IN
Provisions Cannot Be. Bought Ki any
Are Now Going lr New Stsgs
Line ts Be Opnd to the District
" ' Soon. . ' - ''.'-. ' ."
wending: its way toward the new gold-
MMs. Yesterday oarty uf
miners, from Victor.-:-Colo.. 'left
flock for Thunder Mountain. r
Mrs. W. T. Eakin returned last even
ing: from an extended vlett to reld
Mrs. It. A. Kirk wtnt to Gervail
a 'visit to relatives yesrday afterfKn. business.
Miss Helen Steiwer. bo has been At
tending the Corvallls College Is In the
city visiting with relatives. ' :..:
Oryille Royal retutned 'yesterday a f
ternoon Ifrora a businessi trip to Al
bany. . ... . .'; ..
Hfin.' C. 15. Moores. of Oregon City.
came up on-the lo..al laid evening "o.n.
SPOICANE, Wh, Mar. 11. A '
Mouctalnl Home redal. to! rhe flnnk.. I
man-Review, says: 1 , ' x
A. W..McMorran, formerly a count 11-
ni.tn ef iSpokane, arri.ve.1 h.'re tonigtit
from the iew gld camp of Thunder
Mountain. He report: that about 100 A rninTfr
TildTatrt3is i.-mler- j V0!! : Provisions , ann.t BUrtriu LOO
j "e iiounni.. j ne aef a mow prevents
bul'-.Jing. j McMorran la'. convinced that'
fhe district I a Hch one. Coming out jy
he met twenty-tww men along the imll. 'e
Two bad horsesi but vthe others vrri
, , P
Ut t f ' . i
:. 'x - " 'all!
rTwtV--'...... ... . . . t.TtMrtK. M.I.. Msttr , fet. '
winter." and snowshoes. are needed for a fM history of ssVea to b.'at moiaaaam
TO THE AS YLUiL Sheriff W. W.
Wlthera and sruard E. CI . r iilranioc thlr niDnllix n n .t i. 1
yenterday brought Lewis' 1 Wlintf or cirrylnff 4 hem on . th4e i; ., w tk. f -
ajred Si yvura, to the Insane Asvlum rnow Is deeper now than It vca In i.i.t.!'
iprii r.uyene, ana jeOT WinWe an In- winter, and mm shoes 3i
corrigible youth axed 13 yee.rs. to the the - greater part of the war.
erorm School . from - the same place. !' ; ' , - .J '
e latter being committed to thai ini: ' : New SUg Lint.
stttuiion for; petty .. larceny.
Wheeler, aged . 41 years was
to the Insane Asvlom! tict
from Multminub eoOntv bv th
an.t eWrrt jai, j.v : : : ""
.w. . '7Z: t "I . -' - ' on tne route to TOunaer Aloun- i
ought to the latter Institution from lain.' Th trail rr, SaWAn in.
I'"" county SberilT G. W. Bailey btVn open ror alut ten days, and an
J1 one guards ' almost steady stream of prospectors ls
ARE nOV! CURABLE
by r new invention. Only those born deaf are1nem-ahl
HEAD riOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
P. A. VVERMAW, OF BALTIMORE, SAYS I
; 1-er olr.'lcto!! 'ITi&f" oolh without .flyoece eotwoluM . n-
-.1 wV r f 'f .'"r- "" rr " oniTiewporsntr. that the knid lUjiM-awoulJ
d oroVrd yonrtreat
,h Boi m- f.nl. and
restored.- I thaok yosj
ssioweii iimte. 3Uont Mar. 12. A rww ii
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brotight the 1 M W. f n Ped IWk, says: K. - b 1" ..e n XeYofrUW" s
vf n " P.lr ... i w . . TTimt. After I had txl H nni. . r . .JL .VL per.-sn
Bemnuyaau tM'gtoreauua Verv irul or
. - . . - , - r. A. w EIMA.V, 7308. BrotdWar. BalUaiore. Ul
"r treatment tloen not interfere u tth your uual occupation.
TzCM CAjrCURE YOURSELF AT HOME
I.iTERflATICftAL AURAL CLINIC, 535 U SALLE AVE, CHICAC3, ILL