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ESTABLISHED A, D. 1852. V , NAPOLEON, P., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1894. VOL. XLIINaT"
'A5D HEUST C0TJ5TY HEWS.
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PablUhtd IvarvTanraaay Morning.
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Job Printing of every daaorlptlon neatly
Am'lof 8pac.l wakl mo.llmo.l mo.l Tr
All boolnou locale, If inserted unoBV pnro read
log muter, 10 cento per Una fur Brat insertion and
. t oeme par lino for each additional insertion.
Baaineaa locola, wiiea lnoerwd nndor tba held
of Bualneae Looala, 5 oonu per Una for eaoh lnaor
ttion. Inr-th Sjragliffl.
Then's when we come down
to earth again and begin 'to
think of the practical things
of life. After the effusion of
.sentiment it's a good time to
get back to bed rock judgment.
It's a glorious season to buy,
because this is the season when
the knife is in the profits and
j-ou get the goods at 'way
down figures,, One might say
it is the midway season be-:
tween the Holidays and the
opening of spring trade just
the season for bargains. At
" this season it will pay one to
buy even goods that are not
required for immediate use
prices are so low.
Saur & Balsley have many
useful anft'ornamental articles
left over from their big Holi
day trade which will be given
almost at your own price, in
-order to make room for goods
which will soon be in season.
Then their assortment of books
is still large and complete, and
this is just the time to buy
books, good and stuidard
books at that, cheap, very
cheap, in fact surprisingly
cheap. As nothing adds more
to the comfort of a home than
.books, now is the time to take
advantage of this opportunity
to secure them. This sale is
an excellent chance to replen-
.. ish your libraries, if you are
so fortunate as to have one,
and if not it is a good time to
commence the foundation " of
one, Saur & Balsley are head
quarters for books.
The other departments of
- their establishment are com
plete in every particular.
Their drugs are always pure
and fresh and their facilities
for compounding prescriptions
are the best. In patent medi
cine they take the lead, keep
ing in stock all the old aud
new discoveries in this line.
Their paints and oils have a
' standard reputation for purity
and lasting qualities. The
paints sold by them are old and
reliable brands, which have
been befcie the public for
yearp, and L ve always given
satisfaction. The wall paper
department '.s complete and
jontains nvuv fine and stylish
patterns. Improve your
home 1-y acing upon its
walls and ce'l'ngs tasty paper,
i. adds to ts comforts ten
fold. , Here also will be found
n excellent selection of win
dow shades and fixtures "You
3an adorn your windows at a
email outlay rv selecting pat
terns to be found at . Saur &
' As spring approaches, house
wives will commence to think
of re-painting and re-papering,
in order to brush up the ap
pearance of the inside of their
homes. Saur & Balsley would
request that all such call in
. and. see them before making
their selections elsewhere, as
they pride themselves upon
their stock of paints and wall
papers and decorations, and
can offer prices which are hard
to duplicate. , ,
Flathkad, Mont., Feb. 1, "84.
Ep Northwkst: With your kind
permission, I will try to give yoor
may reader an idea of this part ofl
I have been in thin valley for near
ly four yean, and ant well pleased
with both it and the change I made
when I came to thin State. ' The land
in the valley Is about half timber and
half prairie, the principal timber be
ing pine, tamarach and fir. The
crops raised from the black and yel
low sand, which constitute the soil,
are wheat, oats, potatoes, and garden
When I came here, there was plenty
of government land that cbuld be
homesteaded,' but it is nearly all tak
en now except in the northern and
western parts of the county, where
there are some good lands that can
be settled upon. About twelve town
ships of this section were surveyed
last season. At first this valley was
in Missoula county, but the increase
in population and wswlth has been so
great, that the Legislature gave us a
new county, called Flathead, which
occupies the north-western part of
the State. Deniarsville, Ashley and
Egan were the towns when I came
here, but when the -railroad came
through, two other towns sprang up,
Columbia Falls and Kalispell, and
the old towns were deserted, not over
five families being in them to-day.
This is a good farming country and
those who farm as they do in eastern
states, do well, raise good crops and
have as good a market as they could
get in the East. There are two grist
mills, one in each of the towns men
tioned above, and they have as good
machinery roller process as any in
the eastern states. Mining will be
the main industry in this county. The
minerals are gold, silver, lead, copper
and coal. Gold is found on Libby,
Fisher and Won creek in paying
quantities, it being washed frpm the
gravel and sand of these streams.
This is called plasser mining.
An abundance of game is found
here, such as bear, elk, deer, goat,
(ibex,) grouse, pheasant, rabbits, and
all the streams and ltutes abound in
We are not compelled to travel
through mud, hub deep, nine months
in a year, but during tne summer the
roadii are dry and sandy, and in win
ter we have sleighing usually from
Nov. 15 to March 15.
There are good schools and church
es in the valley, and as the settlers
are nearly all from the Eastern states,
the society is the same as in the bast.
These are some of the advantages
in this part of the West, and I will
say to those who contemplate a
change that they could do well by
coming here, as we have advantages
that a poor man cannot have in the
hastern states, imt 1 do not wish to
be understood that all a man would
have to do is to come here and get
rich; he will have to work as they do
everywhere, but with the opportuni
ties offered here there are better
chances for a poor man, or a ' man in
moderate circumstances. But if a
person is doing well, it is better to let
well enough alone.
Hon. W. I). Hill, formerly of Defi
ance, is located at Kalispell and is
practicing law; he is building up a
good business, and is engaged in some
of the most difficult criminal cases in
the county. J. P. B.
CORSETS' Best line at Horn &
CORSETS)" Norden's. 2t
Gold la Kind.
If you want a good, paying, safe, In
vestment,' send us your money for
a block of stock of the Goldberg
(Cf old) MiningJCo. at 10 cts. per share,
par value $1.00. Write them for free
Goldberg Mining Co.,
Masonic Temple, Cincinnati, O.
The best 5c handkerchief in the
city. 2t ' HORjr & Norden.
Teachers who desire or wish to have
some little token of rememberance
with their scholars when they come
to close school for the winter, will
find a nice new and large stock of all
kinds of school cards, reward of merit,
gift books, etc., at Saur & Baleley's
Drug and Book store. They cost but
little so that every teacher can afford
to invest in a small lot, and they will
often do much towards prepetuating
the pleasant recollections of school
days, and are preserved by the child
ren for many years. Saur & Balsley
are also headquarters for all kinds of
school books, writing materials, and
stationery of every kind , which they
are prepared to furnish at wholesale
as well as retail, at publishers lowest
contract prices. .Township boards
who desire to procure these low rates
should apply at this store and thus
secure the full benefit which the state
law gives to all public schools.'
Kid Gloves in all the new spring
shades. , 2t Horn & Hordes.
' Letter List, -J
Letters remaining uncalled for in
the Napoleon postoffice for the Week
ending Feb. 22, 1804:
Diedrich Bargfielde, Margrette Ter
rell and Dan Layhe. '
Persons calling for the above letters
will please say they were advertised
and give date. . : ;f"V;'';
Geo.. Rusbbli Postmaster.
' Gentlemen Don't Read, This,'
Unless you want to saw money on
shirts and overals. We can't sell you
these goods unless you come and see
them, but once see them and they
are surely sold. ' .
2t Horn & Korden.
The undersigned will offer at pub
lie sale at his residence, in Monroe
township, five miles south of Napo
leon on the Kalida pike, and one-half
mile east, on Tuesday, Feb. 87, 1894,
sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. m.,
the following property to-wit: Four
good work horses,, 1 colt, coming 8
years old; 3 cows, 1 ealf, 2 brood
sows, 1 binder, 1 mower, 1 reaper, 2
lumber wagons, 1 top buggy, 1 sulky
hay rake, 1 hay rack, 1 sulky cultiva
tor, 1 wheat drill, 1 fanning mill, 1
hay fork, ropes and pulleys; 1 drag,
2 cultivators, 2 sets heavy work har
ness, 1 single harness, 1 pair bob
sleds, 1 darg saw, about 23 tons of
hay in barn, 500 bundles corn fodder,
35 grain bags, 2 iron kettle, forks,
shovels and hoes; 1 cook Btove, 1 par
lor stove, and many other articles not
A regular meeting of the city coun
cil was held on Monday evening, with
all members present. A bill in favor
of Heller, Aller & Co., for tank,
amounting to $18, was allowed; also
one for $2.25 in favor of Wni. Hoff
et. al., for drying hose. It was or
dered that J. C. Saur & Co. be paid
$1,000 on March "first, to apply on
sewer bond debt. The report of
Chief Koller was received and placed
on file. The chief In his report recr
ommends the repainting of the inside
of the engine room and the wood
work on the outside. Christ. Dravis
was chosen as night watch, 1 at a
salary of $1.50 per night the city to
pay one-half of the amountthe busi
ness men the other half. On motion
If you want to know you can buy a
gold dollar for 10 cts., write for free
prospectus to Goldberg Mining Co.,
Masonic Temple, Cincinnati, O. ,
AH Overcoats Me' B .and chiuw
w T wwv(kny aie now
20 Per ct Less
Than regular prioen. The SMortmant onatnins many fine Ovsrooats nd Ul-'
stern, on which you oan make a savins of one-fifth of former prices
and gat asohoioe a selection as at auy time during tlie season.
Boys Overcoats Ulsters
Underwear and all Winter Goods
Of all styles, ono-flfth lens than former price". Remember wa Rive tox every
Five Dollar purchase one ohaaoe on the following four prizes :
One f75.00 Top $ugtf,
-One 65.00 Olds 2-!orse Wagon, .
: -One 25.00 One fiorse 'Cart, .
One H8.C0 Single Buggy Jdarness.
Also with every $15.00 pnrohase we givs you one of oar new CANE WHIPS.
A. J. VANDENBRCEK, Propr.
Perry Street. .
Those who go out of town to do
Those who oppose all improvements
which cost them a cent.
Those who prefer a quiet town to
one of push and business.
Those who immagine they own the
Those who think they can do busi
ness without advertising,
i Those who deride public spirited
Those who oppose every movement
that does not originate with them
selves. , "
Those who oppose all public enter
prise that does not benefit them.
Those who seek to injure the credit
of a fellow townsman.
We are ready to show you laces and
Bank Failurers. '.' s. '
While y ou are losing a large amount
of your money in bank failures J
invest your small amounts in a safe
enterprise, that will make up for what
you loose in banks. $1.00 for 10 cts.
Goldberg Mining Co., ;
Masonic Temple, Cincinnati, O.
Go to Horn & Norden's for fancy
hose in lisle and silk. u 2t
' ' Religions Notice.
Epworth League at M. E. Church,
Sunday, Feb. 25th at 6:15 o'clock p. in.
Topic: Elijah, God's hero prophet
Reference I Kings XVIII; 17, 40; II
Kings II; 9, 12.
Y. P. S. C. E., at Presbyterian
church, Sunday, , Feb. 25, at 6
o'clock p. m. ;
Topic.- Giving our best to God.
Reference Mark XII; 28, 83, XLI; 44.
tWhat a nice line of ginghams' just
McCaakey A Hen,
Cards were received by the groom's
friends in Napleon last week, an
nouncing the marriage of Fred. E.
McCaskey, of Toledo, and Miss Etta
Allen, of Erie, Miek. 'v Fred la an old
Napoleon boy, having removed to
Toledo only a few years ago, anA en
tered the real estate business there,
The Northwest joins with a host of
friends in extending congratulations
to the happy couple in their venture
on the matrimonial sea. s
My last bulletin gave forecasts of
the storm wave to cross the continent
from 23d to pth. and the next will
reach the Pacific coast about Febru
ary 28, cross the western mountains
by close of March 1, the great cen
tral valleys from March 2 to 4, and
the eastern states about the 5th.
The wann wave will cross the west
ern mountains about February 28,
the great central valleys about March
3, and tne eastern states about the
4th. The cool wave will cross the
western mountains about March 8,
the great central valleys- about the
5th and the eastern states about the
7th. This cool wave wave will grow
more severe as it progresses east
ward. A large amount of rain is expected
in most parts of the. United States
during the month of March, causing
extensive floods in places, and farm
ers should prepare for a cold, wet,
House and Lot for Sale.
One acre lot, with good house, good
orchard, well and cistern, near the
Union School House. For sale on
reasonable terms. .. j
mch22-2m C. E. Reynolds, Ag't.
Gold mining offers the surest, and
most profitable investment of the
times, and early investors will be the
large gainers, $1.00 for 10 cpnts. Free
Goldberg Mining Co.,
Masonic Temple, Cincinnati, O.
One door South of Spengler's Grocery.
A gala day was that at Mother
Snowman's, it being the event of her
sventy-eia;hth birthday. At about
nine o'clock, Wednesday morning,
Feb. 14th, the air near her home on
old Turkeyfoot creek was filled with
laughter, merriment and the jingling
of sleigh-bells, when some thirty odd
of her children, grand children, great
grand children, sons in law and
daughters in law, drove up in sleighs
fairly loaded down with edibles.
Grandma, hearing the noise, went to
the window to see what was going on
and turning said, "Good gracious(
Rosie, what does all this mean?" She
was taken completely by surprise,
not having the least idea or suspicion
of what was coming. She has not
been feeling her best this winter, ow
ing to the rheumatism, but from the
rubbing and turning over she re
ceived, the '"rheumatics" soon disap
peared and she commenced entertain
ing like a girl in heV "teens," which
fact revived many pleasant thoughts
and incidents now long in the past.
But the dinner, how could that be de
scribed? Eight courses, commencing
with blue points on tne half shell and
ending with lobster salad and sau
terne; then a toast "Our Grandmoth
er," responded to by Cloise Showman,
her. twelve-year-old grandson. The
day was spent in singing, recitations,
music and social conversation, and a
very pleasant and happy one it was,
all wishing that Mother Showman
may have many more birthdays that
we can celebrate. Ruth.
Ladies wrappers from 98o up.
2t Horn & Nordkx.
U. L. Myrice and Rebecca Well-
Oh what beautiful things Horn tc
Norden's have in their line of stamped
WAS AN EASY MARK.
i Toledo Eau Actually Bites on the
, Cold Erick Swindle.
HIS NAME IS JITO. GH0LL.
ACoasin of Treasurer Groll of This
TFroa UwTotoda Conmrelal, Ftb. lsth.l
Evidence was presented to the Lu
cas connty grand jury yesterday, of
one of the most remarkable felonies
ever committed in this county. The
story in short is that six smooth bun
co men worked off two brass bricks
on John Groll, who lives in Oregon
township, just outside of the city, last
December, for the consideration of
$6,600. The case was brought to the
attention of the authorities by De
tective John T. Norris, of Springfield,
Ohio. Mr. Norris arrived in the city
night before last, with the two brass
bricks in his valise. He laid very low
during the night, as he put it, ac
quainting only Detectives Manley, Mc
Laughlin and Hall of his presence, so
far as the business in hand was con
cerned. Mr. Norris has worked up the case
entirely independent of Toledo peo
pie. The fact that there had been
any such case, was unknown even.
It was reported in the papers at the
time that Mr. Groll's nephew, or al
leged nephew, had drifted in from
somewhere and simply borrowed the
$6,600 from his uncle, suddenly disap
pearing. This now appears to have
been a mere bluff.
It seems that the trold brick men
commenced working Groll, who is an
honest old German with plenty of this
world's goods, by sending letters at
long range. They came from all over
the country. Groll was distrustful of
banks, owing to the panicky times,
ana ne aiso aisiiKea the idea or hav
inir'so much idle money in his house.
The gold brick idea caught his seri
ous attention. Then members of the
gang appeared and talked the matter
over with him. They claimed to have
two bricks of solid gold, worth at par
value over $30,000, which they would
sell for some $10,000, as they were in
need of cash. Gradually they enlist
ed the confidence of the old man. It
was finally agreed that if the gold as
sayed as cJainuHl,. that Groll would
give $0,600 tor it. An emert "assav-
r"-was sent for,- who, of course, wa
simply another member of the gang.
Meetings were neia in a room, in the
Boody House, and here several holes
were drilled through the bricks. They
,vere touna to ne pure gold.. Uroll,
who is said to be a good judge of the
metal, paid over his hard earned mon
ey, carefully wrapped up two bricks,
locked them in his satchel and re
turned to East Toledo. When he op
ened up his satchel he found two
brass bricks, instead of gold bricks.
The birds, of course, had flown.
Detective Norris became interested
in the case, and says he has located
his men. An indictment is what he
wants now, and if one is obtained.
they will be failed at once. They are
unaer surveuance. Where they are
or who they are, is considerable of a
mystery. Mr. Norris is still carefully
guarding the facts in the case, in
forming a Commercial renorter that
the man who bought the bricks was
named wiiKmson, and that he lives
near Oak Harbor, just over the line
from Lucas county. The facts, how
ever, were found to be as given above.
Detectives Manley and McLauchlin
have been working on the case with
Mao or Woman, Ghost or Human.
-We cannot say what will eure ghosts, bat
many men and many women who look like
ghosts rather than hnman beings, throngh
siokness, would regain health and happiness,
if they would try the virtue or the world-renowned
remedy. Dr. Pieroe's Golden Medi.
oal Discovery. Torpid liver, or " bilions
D6M," impure blood, akin eruption, sorofn
loas so-e and swelling. Connnmntion
(whioh is iorofalaof the lanes), all yield to
thia wonderful medicine. It ia both ton io
and strength-restoring, and alterative or
The tri-township institute, which
was held in sub-district No. 2, .Napo
leon township, was ne of much in
terest, and in spite of bad weather, the
room was well filled. ' The meeting
was called to order by Chairman
Chapman, who, after a few remarks,
stated that a vice-president had not
been elected. The name of C. C.
Walcutt was announced and that
gentleman was unanimously elected,
Wm. Shumaker took the subject of
Mensuration, and showed that it
could not be fully understood by text
book alone. He gave rules whioh will
profit many, and showed that he was
thoroughly acquainted with his sub
ject. Mr. M. Costello not being pres
ent, Mr. Chadwell took up the sub
ject, Proportion. He gave a ' number j
of very useful methods of teaching
that important branch. '
After a few minutes intermission,
H. M.. Buchele took up the Noun, Mr.
Conway being absent. He thought
it Impossible to teach the subject in a
day or two but that it required at
l . .i. 9 1. . 4 1 J i .j : i
arose over the Abstract Noun, which
was finally settled by Prof. Beck. Mr.
D. Rand 'finished his talk on Math
ematical Geography, which talk was
very interesting. He said that a
school without a globe was lacking
one thing the teacher most needed.
Alter the queries were discussed.
the Chair called for the report of the
Committee on program lor next meet
ing, which will be held Maroh 3rd,
18U4, at sub-district Not 6, Freedom
township. The following program
was subjected, and everybody invited
to attend: . Music; Numeration and
Notation, bv Wm. McHenry; Relative
Pronoun, W. C. Bokerman; Propor
tion, C. C, Walcutt; Physiology, H.
M. Buchele; Query Box.
-Meeting to be opened at 12 o'clock.
" J'-L- i -j' .COMMITTBK.
Highest of all ia Leavening PowerLatest U. S. Gov't Report
M Ml IQ) J?
WANTS TWO CARLOADS OFGIRLS
Aa Agent from the Cherokee Strip
Moving On to Boston.
The town of Ponca, in the Cherokee
strip recently opened is suffering for
want or a due proportion of the gent
ler sex. Recently the citizens held a
meeting to consider the matter, most
of them being young men, and after
much discussion, and partly upon the
suggestion of the few already present,
it was decided to send an agent East
to attempt to supply the want. Mr.
Oscar Miles was chosen for the deli
cate mission. On his way East he
was interviewed and made the follow
ing highly interesting and entertain
ing statement: x
"I am going East," said he, "for
two car-loads of women for our town.
We need 'em and need 'era bad. We
want them to wash our dishes, mend
our clothes, wash our shirts, sew on
our buttons, and, generally speaking,
to make life endurable in our town.
You see, it's this way: We've got a
regular woman famine, that's what's
the trouble. I do not pretend to ex
plain how it happened that Ponca
City was settled nearly all by bache
lors; but that is practically the case.
It is a coincidence, I suppose. At any
rate there is not more than one wom
an to every twenty men in our town,
and they are generally women who
have their household duties to keep
them busy. We want woman to work,
as I have told you.
"To us this is no laughing matter,
and I will venture to say that no man
ever visited Boston on a more serious
mission than that'which I am on. We
are actually in need of one hundred
or one hundred and fifty more, women
in our town, and I am authorised to
offer inducements that will bring
them there. We won't' give 'em a
house and lot to start in on or any
thing of that kind, but we wilj guaran
tee them work at good wages.
"To be candid, we are going after
these women with a view to marry
ing them after we become better ac
quainted with them. I am confi
dent that many of them will have of
fers of marriage before they are ten
days In Ponca. The fact is I have six
special orders for girls. Three are for
blondes not more than nineteen and
Puritans; two are for German-American
girls and one is for a widow of
thirty. Of course, if I fill these or
ders at all, it will be as a friend to
those who want the girls and not as a
representative of Ponca. I have the
pictures of the young men who gave
me these orders in my valise to show
to the girls should I find any to suit
tnem wno are wining to come to Fonca.
I understand that many of the fac
tories of New England are closed, and
that it will be a very easy matter to
get a choice lot of young women who
are willing to come to the West on
such inducements as I am authorized
to offer them." '
Drop into Horn & Norden's and see
the new line of Percales and Princes
Duck. - 2t
Harriets Bill, of WaynMtown,Ind.,sav: "I
owe my Ilia to the Great bonta American Nervine.
1 bad been lu becd for fire mouths from thu eff uotM
of an exhausted alomaea, Indlfreatiou, nnrvoui
proatration aud a general ahattered ooudition of my
whole ayatem. Hud given up all hopeaof setting
well. Had tried three dootnri with no relief. The
nret Dottle of the Nervine Tonio Improved ma so
much that I waa ahle to walk abont. and a few bot
tlcaoured me entirely I bellevu it ia tbe hent
medicine In the world. I cannot recommend It
too highly." Sold by D. i. Humphrey. Napo
leon, O, Auif. in ly.
FJOTHINC FITS A MAN SO WELL
ASHISSKIN; NEXTTO TK ATOUR
GUSTOS MADE CLOTHIfJG
For the season of 1894 we
clotns that will out-rank any display of piece gooda
ever presented to the trade.
The ; Stock is Now Ready . for Examination I
And the attention of the trade is earnestly invited.
EAGLE CLOTHING .-. HOUSE !
Oppisite Court House. ONE PRICE TO ALL
OYER ONE HUNDRED COUNTS
Hanging Oier W. Z. EcDonoId,
Who Now Lies In Prison to Answer
for His Crime.
It will be remembered tht linrin.
the McKlnley-Neal campaign for gov
ernor, w. Z. McDonald was State In
spector of Work-shops, and was alim
secretary of the Republican League.
He was indicted by a Columbus Grand
J ury, on over one hundred counts, for
raising the vouchers of State Inspec
tors. It was charted bv the Tenini.rT
during that campaign that he used
the money of the state, thus obtained
through the Republican League, in
electing McKinley, and the balance
ne Kept. Indeed McDonald gives a
strong pointer in this direction. lVTowr
that McKinley and the entire Repub-
ucan ticket was elected, McDonald Is
no longer needed and is left to take
care of himself. His bondsmen anr.
rendered him to the sheriff, and he is
now in jail at Columbus.
We understand that McDonald
threatens, from the Governor down,
tnat u they don't come to his rescue,
he will give the whole matter away,
and show how he was induced by the
rtepuoiican state Committee to aid
the election of that ticket.
There should be honor even among
thieves. So out with it, McDonald.
EramiATtsM Coniro in a Dat.-" Mystic
Cnra" for Hheamatiam and Neuralgia, radi
cally eurea in 1 to 8daya. Ira action upon
the ayatem ia remarkable and mysteriorm.
It removes at once the oanas and the dia-
immediately disappears. The flrat
dose greatly benefits, 75 cents. Sold by D.
J. Humphrey, Druggist, Napoleon.
. nov 16-93 8m
WHO GETS THE MONEY.
Orders Issued Upon the County
The following orders haye been
draw upon the county treasury for
tne weeK ending .Feb. 20th:
B. P. Overmire, witness fees... $ 8 70
J. C. Saur& Coi, interest..... 20 00
John Johnson, expense for
tramp.... , g ea
J . Stickley, part pay on grade. 50 00 "
Ruggles Gale Co., station
ery, &c, 180 00
R. Crawford, election judge. 8 00
H. L. Shumaker, build, br.. 70 00
G. Pi Haynes, Hamler cor. al. 150 00
Smead Co., heating repairs... 100 00
Co -Opi Store, mer. for nris. . 50
J. B. Hudson, asst., sur. ....... 1 25
DeafnessCan not be Cnre d
by local applioationa as they eannot reach
. . K . . , u u u . .ne am . luera 1 9
only oue way to care deafness, and that ia by
ouuBuiuiKiuHt mmeaiea. ueainena is eanaed
by an inflamed ooudition of the mucous
lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this
tuba gets inflamed yon have a rumbling or
imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely
closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the
inflammation oan be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition, hear
ing will be destroyed forever; nine bases
out of ten are eanaed by catarrh, which is
is nothing but an inflamed ooudition of tbe
We will giva One Hundred Dollars for
any ease of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that eannot be eared by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Bend for circulars free.
P. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by Drnggiata, 7ffc. Ira
have bought an assortment of
mat norn iMoraens. s
linens. y . 2t