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THE DAILY STAR-MIRROR
Published every
veiling except Sunday, at
Moscow, Idaho.
YOST & ORCUTT
P. L. ORCUTT and J. F. YOST.... Editors
J. F. YOST,
Proprietors
Business Manager
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Application for entry at Post Office at Moscow,
Idaho, for transmission through the mails as
second class matter, pending.
The Evening Star-Mirror is delivered every
evening (except Sunday) by carrier in Mos
cow, between the hours of 3:30 and 5:00.
All complaints of whatsoever nature should be
made at the office at once.
All copy for advertisements must be in the
office at 10:00 a. m. of day on which they
are to appear.
Classified Ad. Bates:
One cent a word each insertion, minimum
charge 25c. All classified ads. payable in
advance.
The Daily Star-Mirror carries the United Press
Associatif
Service.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1911
WORKING FOR LATAH COUNTY.
With the exceptions of the vegeta
bles and fruits, the greater part of
the Latah county exhibit at the Inter
state fair at Spokane has been return
ed to Moscow where it will be kept
permanently in the chamber of com
merce, where visitors may see, dur
ing all seasons of the year, some of
the products of this county. The pur
pose of the Moscow organization is to
werk for every section of the county,
and the unselfishness of this body will
soon be recognized by the people
throughout the county, some of whom
are hardly yet ready to give the Mos
cow organization credit for so broad
minded a purpose. The people of
Moscow, like the citizens of Spokane
and all other progressive commun
ities, have come to understand that
the best interests of the community
are served only by a policy that stands
for the development of the entire coun
try. In short, the Moscow Chamber
of Commerce would do for Latah coun
ty what the Spokane Chamber of Com
merce is doing for the Inland Empire,
or the Seattle Chamber of Commerce
for the Pacific Coast territory. It is
not expected that this unselfish policy
will be accepted without some doubt,
there being those who can never see
anything other than a selfish pur
pose in their neighbors. Whatever
view the most narrow-minded may
take of the situation the facts are that
the purposes of the Moscow Chamber
of Commerce are sufficiently broad to
cover every corner of the county, and
the efforts of this organization will
result in untold good to all the peo
ple of the county.
THE SPOKANE FAIR.
The people of the Inland Empire
should wake up to the fact that the
Spokane Interstate fair is by no means
a Spokane proposition, for the benefits
derived are probably more to the out
side sections than to Spokane. Of
course this is true only where the
outside distincts avail themselves of
the opportunities this immense fair
affords to advertise their resources,
which is entirely in the hands of
the districts. The Spokane fair man
agers can do no more than give us
of the outside the opportunity, and
tills they are doing in a way that de
serves the commendation of every
county in the Northwest. That Latah
county, during the past years, lias
made no effort to make an exhibit at
these big fairs, in view of what was
accomplished this year, now looks like
a shame, and it is. but hereafter let
it be hoped, such golden opportunities
will not be neglected. And it is not
that we may raise the price of real
estate, although this is sure to follow,
but that we may advertise the superior
virtue of Latah county fruits and veg
etables, thereby creating a demand
which in turn means increased mar
kets and better prices. During the
week more than a hundred thousand
people passed the Latah county booth,
and thousands stopped and inquired
and admired, while hundreds wanted
to buy some of the products exhibit
ed. It was asked a thousand times by
Spokane housewives: "Why can't we
buy vegetables such as we see here
in the Latah county booth?" Invaria
bly they were told to insist that their
merchants supply their needs, and to
day, if some enterprising business man
of Spokane will but let the people
know that he can supply Latah coun
ty fruits and vegetables he can dis
pose of an unlimited quantity. Three
jars of honey, from the farm of J. H.
Horton, in the north part of the
county, could have been sold more
than a thousarfd times during the fair,
people by the hundreds stopping to
admire. The monster pumpkins and
squash from Juliaetta, the perfect
turnips from American ridge, the big
corn from Kendrick, and the onions
from Moscow, all drew forth compli
ments for the county that produced
GROW WITH A GROWING
BANK
We want the small account
and have the facility for
handling the large one.
Open that account today.
We Pay Interest on Time
Deposits and Savings Ac
counts.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF MOSCOW
them. A jar of Bartlett pears from
the orchard of G. P. Mix just north
of the Moscow city limits was almost
more than people were prepared to be
lieve, and mutely told a story that will
bring hundreds to this section. The
invariable comment was: "Who ever
saw such pears?" Most people never
had. The Spokesman-Review pro
claimed Latah county the winner over
all competitors, thus placing the peo
ple of our county under obligations
to at least the extent of acknowledg
ing that we received a square deal at
the hands of the leading big daily of
Spokane. The fair management did
its best to afford every convenience
and comfort, even to the extent of
putting a stop to the grafting hereto
fore imposed by expressmen and dray
men. Everywhere exhibitors praised
the treatment they received at the
hands of the fair officials.
Here are a few interesting facts
about the United Press telegraphic
news service used by The Daily Star
Mirror. It gave the Gov. Aldrich
ahead of any other service; the re
signation of the Japanese ministry 48
hours in advance of any other serv
ice; Spanish revolutionary uprising
twelve hours ahead of the other tele
graphic service; Premier Stolypin's
death two hours in advance, and the
Austin flood one and a half hours be
fore other telegraphic services gave
it to the world. This is evidence that
the United Press service, used by the
Star-Mirror, is really a first class serv
ice, and that Moscow has a real daily
telegraphic service. It will be noted
that The Daily Star-Mirror is an
nouncing the important news of the
world several hours ahead of any other
paper attempting to cover this field.
Judging from the reception the daily is
receiving at the hands of the citizens
of Moscow the efforts on the part of
the publishers to give this city a live
daily is duly appreciated, and will he
given the support it deserves.
One of the finest receptions ever
given a public man was that received
by President Taft at Spokane when
he visited the Interstate fair grounds
Saturday evening. He was greeted by
more than twenty thousand people.
The big grandstand was packed,
while thousands, unable to get a seat,
stood in the open space in front of
the grandstand around the platform
from which the president spoke. The
address was frequently interrupted by
applause, as the President drove home,
in his earnest way, some telling fact.
It was evident that most of the po
litical views of President Taft were
in harmony with the opinions of his
vast audience. It was said by some
of the prominent newspaper men ac
companying the Taft special that the
Spokane reception was the finest he
had received in his entire trip across
the continent.
FRAUD GOTTEN NOTES VOID
Supreme Court Holds Third Party fan
not Collect on Such Paper.
BOISE, Oct. 11.—When a promissory
note is obtained through fraud and
the mutual agreement that it is not
to be transferred is broken, it is a
difficult matter to collect, as witness
the decision handed down from the su
preme court in the case of George H.
Shellenberger against R. L. Nourse.
The action was brought to recover
on a promissory note issued by Nourse
to the Great Western Beet Sugar com
In the answer to the original
pany.
complaint it appears that Nourse is
sued the note to the beet sugar com
pany in payment for a water right,
as a matter of fact, it is alleged the
company had no water right to sell.
When your food does not digest well
and you feel "blue," tired and discour
aged, you should use a little Herbine
at bedtime. It opens the bowels, pur
ifies the system and restores a fine
feeling of health and energy. Price 50c.
Sold by the Owl Drug Store, S. L
Willis, Prop.
O
J. W. Copeland of Dayton, Ohio, pur
chased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for his boy who had a cold,
and before the bottle was all used the
boy's cold was gone. Is that not bet
ter than to pay a five dollar doctor's
bill? For sale by the Owl Drug
Store
O
Sick headache is caused by a dis
ordered stomach. Take Chamberlain's
Tablets and correct that and the head
aches will disappear. For sale by the
Owl Drug Store.
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COUNTY TAX ROLLS
ARE NOW COMPLETE
The tax rolls for the year 1911
have been completed by the auditor's
office, and are ready to be turned over
to the county tax collector's office.
The work was completed yesterday,
thus establishing a record for the
county. This is an early date for the
completion of this work, it frequent
ly happening that the rolls are not
completed until the first of November
GHOSTLY VISITOR IS
A MOST THIRSTY SOUL
This is a modern story of ghosts. It
has a proper midnight setting, a
slithering of stealthy footsteps across
damp cellar floors, a bold, metallic
jangling as of chimes of fiends, and
a long and haunting gurgling sound.
But the uncanny fails before the light
of modern criticism. A Moscow Sher
lock Holmes has solved the mystery.
Five words tell it. Moscow is a dry
town.
But there are cases. One of these
is the cellar in a well known home,
the head of which believes a drop in
time saves nine. Consequently he had
beer in his cellar.
Choosing a time when the husband
was absent from Moscow and the wife
TAXES THIS YEAR ARE
INCREASED BY $50,000
The Potlatch Lumber company, al-*
ready the largest taxpayer in Latah
county will contribute $8,262.27, more
this year than last toward county ex
penses the result in the change in
valuation and the heavier levy this
year. Last year the company's prop
erty was valued at $1,468,889. This
year the property Is listed as being
worth $3,624,720. The state and coun
ty tax paid by that corporation last
year was $33,784.46, and this year will
be $42,046.73, or an increase of $8,
262.27.
So much is shown by the tax rolls
which were certified to Assessor Gem
mill by the auditor's office this morn
ing. The rolls show a total increase
in the valuation of Latah county, un
der the new law, of $10,912,486, and
the increase in the taxes is shown as
$51,187.15.
The tax to be collected this year,
and that collected last, compare as fol
lows:
Valuation ..$17,526,229.00 $6,613,743.00
Taxes-—
152,117.04
44,183.86
9,494.03
170.90
116.53
27,679.54
State and Co. ..203,304.19
School (Special) 42,191.68
Sp. Prop. Road 35,072.39
Live Stock ....
Pred, Animal ..
Cities .
392.16
266.25
34,401.95
Total taxes .$315,628.62 $ 233,661.90
"It will be noticed that the state
and county tax this year is $61,187.15
larger than last year," said deputy
Auditor Nelson this morning, "and this
is due principally to a warrant in
debtedness, which, according to the
auditor's annual report, filed in April,
amounted to $41,041.24.
"It must be remembered also, that
the general school fund, which is in
cluded in the state and county tax,
the levy for this fund being this year
3 mills against 6 mills for last year,
is larger than last year by $19,509.97.
The commissioners found it necessary,
owing to the enactment of a law
by the last legislature, changing the
payment of salaries from quarterly to
monthly, to meet an item of $6000.
"Owing to increased criminal bus
iness it was also found necessary in
estimating running expenses to pro
vide for $5000 more this year than last
to meet expenses in the justice and dis
trict courts. Special property road tax
is paid in cash this year, last year this
tax was worked out which accounts
for the difference."
HEB HAIR GREW
That's Wiiy a
Recommends Parisian Sage.
S. L. Willis will sell you a fifty
cent bottle of Parisian Sage and guar
antee it to banish dandruff, stop fall
ing hair and itching scalp, or money
back. It's a delightful hair dressing
that makes hair lustrous and fascina
ting.
"In the spring I was recovering
from a severe case of erysipelas, which
left me virtually bald on the front of
my head and next to my ears. The
hair kept coming out rapidly and
nothing I used stopped my getting en
tirely bald, until I used two bottles of
Parisian Sage. This tonic made my
hair start to grow in and, in fact»
grew me a good fair amount of hair,
Thankful Woman
and sometimes not until December.
The taxes of every taxpayer in the
county have been computed by the
force in the auditor's office, and taxes
can be paid in Latah county in a very
short time now. So far Latah coun
ty is the first county in the state to
complete this work for 1911.
speaks well for the efficiency of the
officers at the Latah county court
house.
This
was ill; when only the maid was left
as guardian of the cellar storhouse a
dry and thirsty thief made his way
into the cellar of the home. He scat
tered the ranks of the "dead ones"
most vaillantly and added thereunto
the sum of five. Then he made a hap
py escape.
It was hours before the women of
the house recovered from their
fright. Then In the cool gray dawn
they made search to discover not
ghosts, but those glass shells which
but brief hours before had been ani
mated with most convivial spirit. They
were ghosts indeed.
P. S.—A stout Yale lock now decor
ates that cellar door.
an d j ias entirely stopped my hair
falling out.
It is with pleasure that I give a pub
lie recommend to Parsian Sage, which
I know is a wonder." Mrs. Ella Gil
christ, W. Pitt S.t, Bedford, Pa. 19-21
STOMACH TONIC
Puts Hie Stomach in Splendid Shape
and Supplies Tim, Vigor and
Vitality to the Whole Body.
If you feel all run down, out of
sorts, nervous and despressed, go and
get a 50-cent box of Mi-o-na stomach
tablets today.
Take every one of them according to
directions and when they are gone
you will feel like a different person.
Mi-o-na stomach tablets will ren
ovate your disordered stomach and
bowels; they will put life into your
inactive liver.
They will banish nervousness, brain
fag, dizziness, headaches, nightsweats,
and sleeplessness.
Mi-o-na will stop sour risings, gas,
and heartburn in five minutes. Large
box 50 cents at R. Hodgins and drug
gists everywhere.
19-21
If the child starts in Its sleep,
grinds its teeth while sleeping, picks
at the nose, has a bad breath, fickle
appetite, pale complexion, and dark
rings under the eyes; it has worms'
and as long as they remain in the in
testines, that child will be sickly.
White's Cream Vermifuge clears out
the worms, strengthens the stomach
and bowels and puts the little one on
the road to health and cheerfulness.
Price 25c per bottle. Sold by the Owl
Drug Store, S. L. Willis, Prop.
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Safe deposit boxes for rent. Thomp
son Bros.
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SPOKANE
ROUTE
SPECIAL RATES EAST
DATES OF SALE
September 25
October 2=5=16=17=18
St. Paul $60
Chicago $72.50
St. Louis $70
Proportionate Rates to Other
Destinations.
Y ou should take in the route via the
Arrow Lakes and the Canadian
Rockies.
Write for circulars and descriptive
literature.
M. E. MALONE,
Trav. Pass. Agt
GEO. A. WALTON
Gen. Agent.
17-18
14 Wall St„ Spokane.
RHEUMATISM
Can be Cured at
Hot Lake
Sanatorium
Hot Lake, Oregon
NATURAL HOT MINERAL BATHS
Hot Lake is not far distant and
health restoration is not so expen
sive there.
RUPTURE We can cure your rup
ture without danger
Write to us regarding this
Powerful Drug substitute for
Mercury.
606
Best equipped Sanatorium in the
Northwest. Ask for special round
trip excursion ticket.
Write for Free Booklet
HOT LAKE SANATORIUM
HOT LAKE, OREGON
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Loretta Palmer, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, administrator of the estate of
Loretta Palmer, deceased, to the cred
itors of, and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers,
within ten months after the first pub
lication of this notice, to the said ad
ministrator at Palouse, Wash., R. P. D.
No. 4. Box GO, the same being the place
for the transaction of the business of
said estate, in Latah County, State of
Idaho.
C. W. PALMER,
Administrator of the estate of Lor
etta Palmer, deceased.
Dated at Moscow, Idaho, September
27, 1911.
Sept28-Octl9
Notice of Sale of Bonds.
Notice is hereby given by the Board
of Trustees of the Moscow Independent
School District No. 5, Moscow, Idaho.
That it is the intention of said
Independent School District No. 5 to
issue and negotiate sixty-five coupon
bonds, of the par value of one thou
sand dollars each, which will be dated
January 1, 1912, and due in twenty
years and redeemable at any time
after ten years at the option of the
District, with interest at the rate of
five per cent per annum, interest pay
able semi-annually on the first day
of January and July of each year, at
the office of the Treasurer of the Dis
trict, Moscow, Idaho.
Bids wil be received for such bonds
up to and including the 13th day of
November, 1911, the bidder to specify
if he will or will not furnish the bonds
to be issued.
If the bonds should not be issued
until after the ist day of January,
1912, all accrued interest after that
date to time of issue to be refunded
to the District.
The bonds hereby proposed to be
issued are for the purpose of provid
ing a site for, building, and furnishing
a high school building for the use of
said District.
Bids will be received for such bonds
the clerk of the Board of Trustees and
to be accompanied with certified check
for one per cent of the par value of
the bonds bid for.
The Board of Trustees reserve the
right to reject any and ail bids.
H. E. ESTES,
Chairman.
W. S. MORLEY,
Clerk.
Sept21-Octl2
Allas Summons.
In the District Court, Second Judicial
District of the State of Idaho, in and
for the County of Latah.
G. C. Pankey, Plaintiff.
vs.
Ella Pankey, Defendant.
To Ella Pankey, defendant.
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF
IDAHO SEND GREETING:
You are hereby notified that there
is now on file in the office of the Clerk
of the District Court of the Second Ju
dicial District of the State of Idaho,
in and for the County of Latah, at Mos
cow, Idaho, the complaint of the above
named plaintiff in an action brought
against you, of the nature in general
terms as follows;
Plaintiff alleges that on the 21st day
of December, 1909, at Harrisburg,
Illinois he and defendant herein in
termarried and ever since that date
have been and now are husband and
wife; that on or about September 2.
1910, defendant disregarding her mar
riage vows deserted and abandoned
plaintiff and still continues to so de
sert and abandon plaintiff herein;
WHREFORE plaintiff prays for a de
cree of divorce from defendant here
in.
You are hereby directed to appear
and answer to said complaint with
in twenty days after the service here
of, if served within this district, and
within forty days if served elsewhere
(exclusive of the day of service.) And
unless you so appear and answer, the
plaintiff will appeal to the Court for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
Given under my hand and the seal
of the District Court of the Second Ju
dicial District of the State of Idaho,
in and for the County of Latah, this
6th day of September, A. D. 1911.
(SEAL)
HOMER E. ESTES,
Clerk.
By ADRIAN NELSON,
Deputy.
MORGAN & MORGAN,
Residence Moscow, Idaho,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. Sep7-Octl2
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of George Keefe, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, administrator of the estate of
George Keefe, deceased, to the credit
ors of, and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit
LODGE DIRECTORY
A. F. & A. M., PARADISE LODGE, NO. 17,
meets 3d Saturday of each month.
Jenkins, W. M.; J. A. Keener, Secy.
Francis
I. O. O. F,, NO. 31, MEETS EVERY WED
nesday evening in I. O. O. F. hall. Chas.
Peterson, N. G.; Geo. R. Knowles, Secy.
STAR REBECCA LODGE, NO. 15, MEETS
2d and 4th Tuesday. Mrs. Jas. Canham, N.
G. ; Mrs. Ihos. Dowdy, Secy.
•M. W. OF A„ PARADISE CAMP, NO. 5653,
meets ,d and 4th Thursday. L. Peterson,
clerk; Robert Odenburg
council.
K.OF P-. NO. i, MEETS EVERY MONDAY.
J; N. Nankervts, C. C.; S. R. II. McGowan,
K. of R. and S.
PWHIAN SISTERS, NO. 24, MEET 2D
and 4th Wednesdays of each month,
Hodgms hall. Mrs. C. E. Merwin, M. E.
L., Mrs. \ ma D. Moore, K. of R,
at
B. P. O E„ NO. 249. MEETS 2D AND 4TH
Saturdays. D. VV. Staley, Ex. Ruler; D.
1 . A. Mackintosh, ' Secy.
BROTHERHOOD OF A. Y„ NO 860
mecu at I. O. O. F. hall, 2d and 4th Mom
days. W. A. Zumhof, H. F.; S. P. Hall,
becy. *
W ;„ O THE \V„ NO. 228, MEETS 4TH
Tuesday m each month. C. J. Oriand, C.
C. ; H. R. Smith, clerk.
G. A. R., MAJOR ANDERSON POST, NO. 5,
meets 3d Saturday in each month. W. K.
Jameson, Com.; W. H. Beardsley, Secy.
°. E. S. RUBY CHAPTER NO. 9, MEETS
every 3cl Tuesday. Mrs. Edna Pickett. VV.
M. ; Mrs. Mattie Headingtun, Secy.
K. OF C„ NO. 1339, MEETS 1ST AND 3D
Friday. James J. Keane, G. K.; Harry
Driscoll, becy.
UNITED ARTISANS. COLUMBIAN As
sembly, No. 104, meets every 1st and 3d Fri
day. Eva A, Brown, AI. A.; Chas. Peterson,
Secy.
K. N A.. MEETS 1ST AND 3D THURSDAY
nights in I. O. O. F. hall.
,, , ., „ Anna Richard
son, Oracle; Ella AI. Stewart, Recorder.
WOMAN'S REUEF CORPS, AIEEÏS THE
~d and 4th Saturday afternoons each month
at -:30 o clock. Mae Whitcher, Pres.: Hen
rietta Herman, Secy.
CHURCH DIRECTORY
First M. E. Church.
Coi ner 3d and Adams streets. Services eve*
ry Sunday at 11 a. m. and -8 p. m. Sunday
school every Sunday at 10 a. m. Epworth
League Sunday at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting,
I hursday evening at 8 p. m. Strangers espec
ially invited. Robert Warner, Pastor.
First Presbyterian Church.
Corner 4th and Van Buren streets. Serv
ices every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday school at 10 a. m., Christian Endeavor
at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting followed by Teach
ers meeting, 1 hursday at 7:30 p. m. David
Ii .3 itare, Pastor, 413 Vau Buren street; Phone
First Baptist Church.
Corner 1st and Jackson streets. Bible school,,
1U a. m. Morning worship, 11:15. Junior
Union, 3 p. m., B. Y. P. U. devotional serv
ice, 6:30 p. m.; evening worship at 7:30. Mid
week prayer service, Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
ihe pastor and people invite you to worship
Ar re T T « U ™ W1 . cordially welcomed. David
AI. Hand, B. D., Pastor. Residence 210 E. 1st
street, Phone 35.
Christian Church.
Corner Jefferson and 5th streets. Services
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday
school at 10 a. m., Christian Endeavor at 7 p.
f ra $, er meetill S Thursday at 8 p. m. E. R.
Black, Pastor.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church.
, Corner 1st and Jefferson streets. Services on
Sunday, 10 a. m., Sunday school; 11 a.
Morning prayer and
All seats free.
Rev. J. Watson, Pastor.
m.,
sermon. No evening
Strangers welcome.
ser
German M. E. Church.
Corner Spotswood and Harrison streets.
Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday
school at 10 a. in. Pastor's residence, 423
Spotswood street. Phone 1480. P. J Seh
nen, Pastor.
Church of Christ, Scientist
. Corner Jackson and 3d streets. Sunday serv
ices: lia. nt., Sunday 12 m. All are cordially
invited.
them with the necessary vouchers,
within four months after the first pub
lication of this notice, to the said ad
ministrator at Genesee, the same being
the place for the transaction of tue
business of said estate, in Latah Coun
ty, State of Idaho.
JOHN KEEFE,
Administrator of the estate of Ceo.
Keefe, deceased.
Moscow, Idaho, September
14. 1911. Sepl4-OcU2
Notice of Assessment.
Office of the Thatuna Mining Co., Ltd.,
Moscow, Idaho, July 29, 1911.
Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of the directors held on the
29th day of July, 1911, an assessment
of three mills per share was levied up
on the capital stock of the corporation,
payable to John I. Weber, secretary,
at the office of the company in the
First National Bank building, Moscow,
Idaho, on or before the 30th day of
August, 1911.
Any stock upon which this
ment remains unpaid on the 30th day
of August. 1911, will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction,
and unless payment is made before,
will be sold on the 29th day of Septem
ber, 1911, at 7:00 o'clock p. m., to pay
the delinquent assessment thereon .to
gether with the costs of advertising
and the expenses of the sale.
JOHN I. WEBER,
Secretary.
assess
Notice of Postponement.
Notice is hereby given that by r
der and resolution of the Board of Di
rectors, the time for payment of the
above assessment has been extended
to the 16th day of October, 1911, and
the date for holding the delinquent
sale has been postponed to the 6th day
of November, 1911.
or
JOHN I. WEBER,
Secretary of the Thatuna Mining
Co.. Ltd. Sept28-Octl9
When you have a bad cold you want
the best medicine obtainable so as to
cure it with as little delay as possi
ble. Here is a druggist's opinion: "I
have sold Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy for fifteen years,' says Enos Lol
lar of Saratoga, Ind., "and consider
it the best on the market.' For sale by
the Owl Drug Store.
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