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SPLENDID JJAC1NG CARD FOB. THE
WEEK. AND RECORDS WILL, BE
BROKEN, BEFORE THE END OF
THE MEET. - ."!'.:
;, (From .Thursdays, Daily.) ,
The progress of, th preparations for
the State Fair are such as to hishly
please the members of the State Hoard
iCtr oi.il ur
TOGETHER WITH INTEREST DUE
,.O.S,THEJI-rA FEW. CLAIMS ARE
L ALSO SHOWN IN DETAIL. THAT
i CAMJJ IN TOO LATE. .
Hllleary W. U..
HUleary W. AI.;
Hillary W. M. .
Hixoa L. B.." ..
Hofer A. F.. .
Itofer A." F.
J I--. 11U1UJ I . w. . .. ..
noscnet uernara. -. , . . .
Irvin E. L-. .. .. .. ..
Irvin-E. L.. ...... ..
Irvine Mrs. C B. or E. C. .
I wan Win.. ... ........
James T. CT. . .. .. ... '
Jameson C- .......... 1 .
Jennings Percy E.. ..
Jennings Mary E.. . . ..
Jennings Bertha E.. ..
Jerome Mrs. Antone. . .... . .
Johnson Frank O.
Johnson FrarJt O.. ... ..
Johnson I. E. . .. ..
Johnson r. E.. .. ..
Johnson D ., . . . .
now; on the grounds and they are rapid
ly approaching completion. In every de
, partiyent on the Fair Grounds, busy
erewsr-of 'men are r ounj matknr h.
' bent oh their time and the good, weather
and putting .tbe. flnlxhjng touches
, trie buildings, preparing -them for. the
reception of the; exhibits, while : the
concessionaires on the ground are Also
erec-tin new building and tents - and
repairing and overhauling old ones, and
gettloi ready for the biggest bosineas
x ever! enjoyed at a. State Fair In Oregon
since the. first one-was hehT, 'way back
in 1880, i"bef o" the wah.' " .
The racing program for thlt year will
be one of the beat ever, seen west of the
Rocky Mountains, and - tbt best .on, V
Pacific .North West, track, and will bring
scores of the bent race horses In the
West to Salem to contest- for prtreal '
Salem Day next Wednesday will be
the biggest and. best day of the State
Fair. On this day all of Salem will be
at the Fair Grounds, and the best race
card of the season will, be on. 'There
are five ! big races o tbeVcard;
carrying a total of $4,500 in parses.. The
stellar event of course.., will bo the
2:18 pacers. This race, jwill. brings
gether the very highest class of rac
norses throughout the northwest, and
a number of the entries are beginning
to arrive and are now at the track.
- Alt Cora-Hi-full sister of Chehall.
2:04!4. the home making the mile worlds
pacing record on the Salem track about
four years ago came up this week, and
is a very likely candidate for this event
Orvllle Wilkes, the : Denver candidate
for i this stake, arrived yesterday. - He
is .in J. W. ZIbble's stable, who also has
five-other horses entared In the races.
On the same day the mile and a
quarter Derby for $1,000 will be one of
the drawing 'cards. This race will
bring together fifteen starters of ' the
v.rv heat runners In tha KorthwML
Some of the , candidates arrived this
week, and are taking, final preparations
for the great event. K- "
A IV I uvvn i s ssassvs aa j w
splendid; afternoon's sport, as shown
below: A ' I - "
Trotting dlTisWn Oregon stake, for
twrt-yar-olds closed $90. ! f
Trotting for three-year-olds. 2 Inja
l'ttdng. Greater Salem , Stake, 2:13
classi oFosea)1 12.000. ' ' ' f. - j
trs.. J31.m-m Ta tfad.l Ina
" UlUUIBf S?SSS "-
three-year-olds and upwards; $20 to
accompany -nominatioii and- $2-dd4-tlonal
to start. Entries closed Monday,
. Aurust 25i weight announced Tuenday,
September-IS, at 10 s m.; declarations
due at I v. m ' 1H miles, $1,000.
Running, for tworyear-oWs, selling.
800. welsrht for age: three pounds al
lowed for each $100 to $200. Additional
,ii.iwti-- ritrict-bred colts allowed
seven poundar maidens twelve pounds.
Five f urlonas. $150. '
iTh horsemen are all well pleased
with the traclr and the surroundings.
Thev sav that everything la found
mnh better" at the Lone Oak traek
than at any other place on the wnoie
circuit. If the weather permits soma
new PaclOc coast records will this year
be made on Lone Oak track, for every-;
, thing Is In the best of condition, the
h,.re. -re the best ever had here, and
ih. iniKk in the fastest in the North-
The exhibitors are coming In large
tumberi, and preparing the spaces al
lotted to them, and by tomorrow many
of the exhibits-will be in place, while
Saturday the Fair Grounds will present
. rt iiveiv aoDearance. ; fcle stock
m. . j ., It-
Win begin to arrive toaay, nu
- (From Wednesday's Daily.
Receiver Claud Catch, of th nithrt-t
rtmi rmmw mil .ti" ' I Jen F. M.
u ioe amounts dim toe Claimants qni Jones C. R. T..
the day the bank closed, rodidlng Is
terest due In each case. Be
case. - He also re
ported fourteen claims that ware filel
after the U ins fixed for cloefng the
llts. ; i ,
..On. the claims of . Brown.; Wrtghtman j
V Myers-for attorneys fees, lie "rec
ommends cnlyj $6(w for legal services.
The,, claims, of. school children having
savings dpoalts there do hot appear aa
Individ uala as they are allowed In
lamp sum-for each school In the name
of the school and will be disbursed by
the , principals. . Following are .the
claims: : - ,.
Amounts Recommended Paid.
Allison, F. E.. .. 1 .......... ..$,
Anderson. Lavlna J ,
Anderson, . I vine, .... ,
Amerd C K. .
Amerd. C. K.
Amerd, C; K.; .v. ; ..... i. . .yti f
Amerd, C, K. jr.,. ...
Babeock. Grace- i. .,,.. ,
Babcock, .May B. . . . .. . . .... . .. ;
Bankers Life Association .. . .. ;
Barkers,' Mrs. H. P.'
Barkers. W. C- . . ,'f ....... .ii . ;
liarr, Hennan.w.;' ...... .,."
Baahor Gertrude ...........
Bauer; Jacob .; ... 4
Beggs, Margaret ...
Begg. Margaret .. .
Beggs, Margaret ...
Bldler, Henry .... .. .
Burkhart. W. H. ...
Bouter, Jackson ....
Brown, Chas. Leroy
Brooks, Mrs: M. E.
Biown, Mrs. M. E. ............
Back. G. A. , ....
Back, G. A. ......... ...... .....
Babeock. Ida M. .-.
Balfour,. Guthrie & Co,
Bernhard, Lena .......
Bernardl, J. A. .......
Boise, Reuben B.
Boise. Reuben B.
Boise, Reuben B.
Breyman, E .............
Breyma n, W,
Breyman, W Trf as.
Bressler, Mary Ann, ........ .. r
Branson, H. M. s, .......... ;
Branson & Ragan
Brown, Olfforfi W,
I tyrii, ft. . ......
Brown, Vivian L.
Buren. A. B.
Clew, Caroline .
Clew, Caroline ' .
Cook, Lola Belle
Byrd. Virgie. Treas ............
Byrd.. Virgie, Treaa. ..........
Campbell, J. H.
Cart wright, R. .
Chandler, Jos. ..
Cockerllne, A. T.
Cockerline, H. N.
Cockerllne, H.? N.
Cockerline, H. N.
Cosper, Margaret J.
Cosper, Margaret J.
Cosper, Margaret J .
Cosper. Margaret J.
Crocker, S. B. .......
Crocker. S. B,
Crocker, S. B. .......
Cutshaw, Mrs. L. R.
Cutshaw, Mrs. L. R.
Deelesco, Mrs. C.
Damon, N J. .' :'
Damon, N. J..'. ... .......
Damon. Nv J. .
... .. . . ,
. t .
,m All a. I br
-. - . - ,..mMlAii I Inmon, nuiH
now in course of construction 1 1: ' .
will all be required as soon Mtb;m Lucllle ..........
compter.;. ...1 Davis, R.
Among jne TOrn.uiirc - --
t., ka srounds or preparing
rw.rat ions, are the following:
?h AV. C T. U. In tho ItaPtlst res
- Mrs. Hln
M. South wick, the Home
eflJy" ' rfwthoHe Church. In the
- ijiiaiTO ui
old secretary offlce building.
. nm ih rOvster Palace.
yl". cHir.tt. waffle counter.
. . scrv. :
" George E. Tlatoh. Workman buiUlng.
On next SundsyTiU departments st
. . V nndi wiU be extremely
in x . w-- announces that
SuringThe day none but exhibitor, will
during ineuay .rounds.- This
be :"hibltors to make
uone ,,cg their
.final "'l"".Trtn them for
goods or io . - . --- - - . .
?Z1 next day's opening of the, State
SCALDED JO DEATH
THE LITTLE DAUGHTEKR OF J.
F1TZ WATER DIED AT THE
I HOSPITAL TESTERDAT.
(From Thursday's Dally ) ,
The little 2-yr-oM terct J.
Fltswater., air jamg
hours frorn tn famlry at
eMelved in tne vauw - a .ut I Z '
. . .j..4.flPC TBrU. I UlVji
Horst Bros " ' at the Sa- Gray. Lillian
away ' ' -ufferetf
DeLong. W. E.
Dunlsp, J. II.
Dunlap. J. II.. ..... .....
Dunlap. J. H.
Eiply, A. S. .
Far. S. B
Fleeter, Sad le
Fleeter. Sadie ..............
Fit st Nat. Bank, Corvalll
Fischer, Hannah C,
Ford. Tllmon. Ex.;
Forette, Emll ....
Forette, Emll .. .
FY ee Land. J. L. ...
Freeland. J. I. Treas. ......f.
Fraxlcr, S. L.
Frasier, B. G.". ...
Fraxier, B. G.
French, JF. B. ..;....--
Oeorge, Mrs. H. B. ............
OaTTison. Bin ....i..
Gilbert. F. N.. Jr.
Gilbert. Mary E.
Qllbert. Marietta, helrs-
Gouley, Homer .......
Gouley, P. P.
Gosser, Mrs. pel la
naset. Mrs. Delia
Graham, J. P-. Admr. .. ..
Gray. 0.'" heirs .......
? 228 .7
1 m m i
Harding, Edltn ..
A relieved the i Harding. Pearl ..
mrr Z -fter all efforU F. O.
rrotn i fitting Hie 'ixtrh E
t.nu tronr. au
lw",'r. k netUng
haA been maae to -
. .. 'i
nfl were yesterday aWpoed
"iSmalns to their home.
'. : --. epsssss""'"-bsssisssssmssbsb--
O'j. rj C5 ST. 32 3 tt . -
1 Hatch E. T. ,;.........
Henderson. Mrs. . -
Herren, Lulu O. "
Herren, Lulu a.
llerrltt, Joel " "
wmeary W. M- Assig..
Kaiaer Mrs. Mary J..
Kaiser W. M.. ..
Kaiser W. M., Agt.
Kaiser Mrs. Angle.. .
Keel N. J.. .. .
Keyt Frances L. .
Kirk Mrs. E. B.. ......
Koser F. A.. .. .. .. ..
Kufner Antone.. .. .. . .
K-uf ner Peter. . .'. . . . ; . .
Ladd Sk. Bush..
Ladies AuxiUary T. M. C,
Lane D. F. . . . ......
Lane Mrs. Emma. . .. ...
Lauderback Thos.. .. ..
Lauder ba ck Thos.. . . ..
Lee O: E. P.. .. .. ..
Lee J, D Trustee. . . . . .
Logan R. D. Co Treas. .
Loo Jim.. i.
Melson Ray. . .. .. .. ..
MeCornack Edna M.. ..
McKinney M. C . ..
McKlnney M . C. . . .
McMahan Mrs. W. B.. ..
Metzger James. . ......
Miner Sarah G. .
Mlnton Edwin C Jr
Minton Edwin C...
Mott W. 8
Mlnto Burna. ......
Moll E. O.. . . ..
Moores A. N..
Moyer Sadie. .
Mutha Ida. . .
Mutha Ida. . .
Mutual Reserve Fund Life Assn
Muelhaupt Walter.. .. .. .
Murphy Kmmt Lv. Assignee
Murphy Emma L. . . . .. ..
Murphy Mrs. Sarah .. . .....
Order of Pendo per Frank s
Davey. Secretary. .......
Oregon Hop Growers' Assn. v
Olds Florence N.. .. .. ...
Patterson Maggie M.. . . . .
Parmenter Nellie M,.
Parvin Addle.. .. ..
Pentland E. E..Gd.. .
Pentland E. E. v .. .. ..
Perkins Alonso.. .. .. ..
Perkins Floyd.. . . . . .
Pero Mrs. Belle.. .. ..' ..
Peterson O. M.. ..
Peterson" O. M.: .. ..
Peterson O. M.... . ..
Peterson O. M.. ..
Peterson O. M..
Peterson O. M.. Assignee.,
Phillips Mrs. Elish. . .. . .
Phillips Mrs. Elizh.. .. ..
Prescott A. N. . . . .
Prescott A. N.. . .
Ouong Hlng.. . . ..'
Reeves J. N.. .. ..
Rich Lea.. .......
Riggs S. A.. .. ..
Roth Mrs. John. . . .
Ruef Edward H.. ..
Rl ess beck Thomas. .
Ryan Angelina. . . .
Schuls M. Co..
School. East Salem... .. .. ..
School. North Salem. . . .
School. Lincoln. .. ..
School. Tew Park.. .. .....
Schroeder Lydia.. ... .. ...
Salem Light U Traction Co..
Schaeffer Piano Co. .
Skinner Jennie.. .. .. .. ..
Schofleld Mrs. S. A. , . . .
Slater W. T Rec. .........
Slater W. T., .. .. .. .. ..
Slater Harvey.. .. .. ..
Schogglns tt Wortman.
Scroggins S. L.. .. .. ......
Smith Q. O. ..... . . . .... . ,
Smith O. O.. ... .. ..
Smith Freddie. . . . . .. ..
Smith L. V.. .. .. .v..
Snyder B.F.. . ..
8 warts Ralph..'.'. .. .. .....
Sorber W. E.. ,. .. ..
Sorber Mrs. W. E. . ..
Sorber Alma.. .. .. ..' ...
Spaulding H. H. ......... ,
Smith L N Odn .. . . . . . . .
SpaydF. E. Wm.. .. .. ..
Spayd P. E. Sc. Wm.. .. ....
SpaydWm. . .. .. .. .. ..
Stahley W. I. . .. .. .. ..
Surr Mrs. 8arah.. .. . .
Stowe Luella.. .T .. ......
Stowe Luella . . . . . .
Stowe Luella.. .. .. ..
BayreRuthE.. .. .. ,.
Stout Mary K
8 tout Jessie.. . . .1 .. ..
Schindler Lena A
Taylor J. X.. ..
Ttllson-Bartlett Co.. .. .. ..
Tlllson Florence. . .. .. .. ..
Tl 11 son Florence. . .. .. .; ..
Tlllson Florence. . .. ..
Thompson Bush.. .. .
Towne N. L.. . ...
Tuttle Mrs. E. C ..
Tuttle Mrs. E. C. . . .
Vaadevort Mrs. E. M..
Van Vlack M. B.. ..
Wain A. T. .
Wads worth Nina J. .
Waits Mrs Louise..,
Walton J. D. ......
Warner A. L. ..
White L. J..
White L. J.
William J. H.. .. .
Williams W. D. .
Wilson. A.. ..
Wlnstanley J. ILi.
Wit sell J. N. ..
Wiggins Mrs. F. A.
Stevens J. A. . .
Stevens Nannie.. .
22emer L. B.. ..
White L. J..
r lit. oo
.7 180 ool
l 612 08
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Th child deiends stoa tL taotber for rtrenetli and health. No mother can
v.. ,v:i.s .v.t t,aM.ir Jam not tyvtsMi. If she is weak $he cannot giro
her dald atwnffth. If she U ick she cannot, giY. her child health. Thosa propo-
- - . . lrA-- VTVnt.i.-ves
sitions are self evident, lliej need neither expuroauoo noruciru.
'i...tA. ra -Y,t tlrA dm thousands of women facing
the birth-hour in physical pain and mental anguish, who might, if the j would, w
heilthr of bbdr and happy of mind. ; ,
, JFAo might if tkey voMa U AsaZAyf. waat woman uo ----healthy
T What mother doea not craT a strong and sturdy child ? But wanting
im e . finnnA rn wrsnt 1a fro to New York or San Francisco, will yon
sit down, and take it oat in wanting? If you do, yoa certainly will neter get to
either place," If you want to go and mean to go, youm buy your ticket and tafc
the train. Hat suppose s woman says, - now ao x uow
this train goes to New. York? " She will hare to take
the word of others for it. The time-card says the train
goes to New York. . People who have traveled on the
same train say so. How foolish it would be for a
woman who wanted to make the trip, to say, Perhaps
these train people are deceiving me, and the women who
say the train goes to New York dont know what they
are talking about,'
This is just the position of the , prospective -mother
who is weak and sickly and, wants to be strong and well.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is onerea to women
a means of health and stremrth. Thousands of
women who have used the medicine affirm that it does
all that is claimed for It. , If the sick woman wanU
to be welL if the weak mother wants to be strong,
she has the same means open to her in Favorite
Prescription" which have been so success-
fully used by thousands and tens of thou
sands of other women.
It would be ridiculous for a train
advertised to run regularly to New
York to run its passengers -
away out on some prairie
and leave them. It would
be equally ridiculous-' to-"'
sun doss that aasencrers
-. - . r .......
would take that train day after day and
year after year and after being deceived
and disappointed return home- and tell
their neighbors that the train is all right
and does what it is scheduled to do.
It is equally absurd to suppose that. Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription could for near
ly a third of a century deceive and disappoint
women, and that these deceived ana disap
pointed women "would praise this medicine as
the greatest boon to the weak ana sick ox
their sex, affirming that it made t them well
means had. failed to give permanent oenenu
As a matter of fact and of recora, notning is more sure man -. viv .
Favorite Prescription has been the means of giving perfect healtli to women of
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all ae. and all conditions 01 ni-ireaitn, ana ma vuo uo vi wa hvwiviu
o ...... :. .t 1 '1.1. . !
robbed maternity or its pangs and given the mower sirengui anu ueaiui vuiK. -
herchUd. . . . ; V -.v
When! wrote to you In March asking advice as to wnai,xo no iot mysen.- wmes
Ttll Renolda. of Gnffie. McLean Co.. Ky.. I was espectin- tl.e.l-by's coming in Jnne,
and was sick all of the time. Had been ekk for several moathi jCould not get "J1"1
to sUy In my stomach, not even water. . xiaa lemate tko "' 7 3 i i
back and lower bowels hart me all the time. Ilad numbness from my tins down. 1UJ
aereral hard cramping spells, and was not able to do any work at alL I received vour
answer in a few davs, telling me to UkeDr. Ilerce's Fsvorite rresenptton. 1 tooa w
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and cured them after every other
wsiable to help do my vrork. On the 7th of May my baby was bora, snd only sick
SrrU bewnd had an easy time. The doctor sai 1 get along nicely
Pieroe's mediciae for it has curen me. 1 am oeiier now uun i
1 hope all that are anlicten will 00 as 1 nave oone ana w careu. .
Mrs. Carrie B. Donner, of Dayton, Green Co., Wis., writes : "I can highly recommend
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription having taken it for nine months previous to confine-
. . 1 w;t xli.l 1 hul t nlhr limn.
meni. A sullcrcu scaxcciy y " m -
Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription is essentially a woman's medicine. It
liahes reffularity, dries weakening drains, heals inflammation, and ulceration, and ,
r - ' -1 . 'T. u nnmiraiiv for maternity and as a to 11 10
cures lemais) wcsuico t r w - - .
xoiiursing mothers is aDsoiuieiy unnvaieu.
Sometimes a dealer, tempiea uy vue mn mw vu
meritorious preparations, will offer a substitute for Favorite Prescription as
"just as good. Judged by its record cures of womanly ills, there is no
oier medicine just as good as M Favorite Prescription.' iT
A r.lOTHEfVG COOK Zl!5iZZ?7Z.mZZ
turn mtmmw tmmittm 01m'
jn n .fjj-sje's OsMsssjssse Mktmm Mmmmmt Awvim, "nmtm"w''"v'rZ
ti Dm m. r. HiBUt, ararrravsv a. r.
Wlllson Hsrry.. .. ..
Arrlngton A. E. . . . ..
Drew Mr. Edith M .'.
Townsend Chss A.. ..
Presented Tee Late,
First Natl Bank M MInnvtUel
Bean Earnest. .. ..
88.25 1 Godfrey Emma
2S8.47 1 Haines Jos
109.26 1 Hinges C. H
159.96 Howell. DOtbeet.... .. ? - s
40 .It Knirht S i c iji
SUIT OF CLOTHES FOUND
ON THE BANK OF THE RIVEB
LAST NIOHT WHERE IS
(From Thursday's Dally.)
A mysterious bundle of clothing was
found by' the police below the river
bank, at the foot of Division street,
near the, residence of City Treasurer
John Moir at S o'clock last night, and
R is believed that they may be the
..(ji.iim f. a tracedr. The
clothes a complete suit ' Including
shoes and underwear were spread out
on the . gravel, and beside them were
found a couple of handkerchiefs, a few
trinkets, and a Southern Pacific ex
cursion ticket from Sacramento to
ttosevllle Junction. Ca! dated Sep
tember 84. The clothing was 14 and
badly worn, but a good pair of heavy
shoes were found.
All search for he owner was without
result last night, and the officers will
renew their efforts In that direction to
day. They believe that the owner of
the clothes sought this secluded spot
for a bath In the river, which a-t that
point Is deep, and that he was drown
a another theory is that the owner
rvir r crook coming here, to
J the Fain that he ame as a noio to
avoid paying tare, ana on am
mim4 mod clothes and sought the river
. . . v m.wwmia. rff. hsnsnsr
IEUIK' KiWT: ' MW.ww - "
I clothes, leaving his old apparel 4here.
.uh.it.i. nni!n( nur te IOl-
' )owed ijjr.lntereguns eevelopments, -j
CORDWOOD DESTROYED. .,
TUALATIN. Sept. 9. A brush hre,
one mile southwest ol here yesterday
spread to the railroad track and de
stroyed 200 cords of wood, two bos
cars that were on a siding and some
fence. The fires- was started to burn
slashing, and got beyond control In ihe
high wind that prevailed. Some of
thp cars on the rWIng were " removed
before the fire eausht them. The
evening express train rrrm Portlind
was delayed until far Into th night by
the burning but of a culvert. The dam
age was repaired and this morning's
train got through on time.
Mr. Editor: Allow, me to speak a
few words in favor of ChamterUlns
Cough Remedy. I suffered for three
years with the bronchitis ana could not
sleep at nights. I ried several doc
tors and various patent medicines, but
could get nothing to give-me any re
lief unlit my wife got a bottle of Ihls
valuable medicine, which has com
pletely relieved mev W, 8. Brockman.
Bagnell. Mo. This remedy Is for sale
by Stone's Drug stores.
BAKER CITT. r.. Sep lOManny
Howard, the noted cattle and horse
rustler, was found guilty of hotse stsl
Ing for the second time, by a Jury In
the Circuit Court tonight.
THE IOWA AGROUND. "
NEW TORK. Sept. 10-The Unfted
! pial.es oainrKiuf v -
I near Cape Nossa Jtenhora de .Desterro.
Island of MUo, cables the neraM corre
'spondent st Rio Janeiro, Brazil,
rVcfal Blanks, 'Statesman Job Odce.) L
S. C. STONC, tt.D.
' rnornnrroit ok.
STONE'S DRUG STORES
The stores (two In number) sre lo
cated st No. 235 and 237 Commercial
street, snd are will stocked with a
compete line of drugs and mMiclncs,
toilet articles, perfumery, brushes, etc.
' -..X' : DB. STdNli '.
Has had some 25 years erperincs l.i
the practice-, of medicine and now
make no charse for consultation, ei
aml nation or prescription.
He does a cash business. He ri ;!' r
buys on time nor sells on tim. Is '
ers. Journals, day-books, bookie'-; x ?,
bill collectors, and all the mclcrn -phernalla
of credit drug stores, are un
known In his business, hence a fa i
stock and correct, prices.
A Boy's Wild. Ride foe Lif.
fWlth- family around espectir. r 1
to die, and- a son riding tor i f -,
miles, to gel Dr. King's New I': . ,
for Consumption, Coujrh. sr.) (',
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