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Extra Special! $4.90 to $6.75 Dress skirts, only $1.98 Hurry Hurry 75c to $1 Belts now 19c Ladies Dancing Shoes worth $1.75 to $2.50 for $1.22 Ladies Comfort Slippers $1.65 to $1.95, for only 98c x Ladies Heavy Shoes worth $2 for 98c 1. I Resolved THAT IT IS THE DUTY or Parents To dress Their children weil. rr Reflects CREDIT UPON THE PARENT3 AS WELL AS ON THE CHILDREN- bitter srovy: r.wiTw.yJ1 rat auTtaaa.awsCa.Cice0. f l Uu fs&Jtr--N...10.1 the mother, and father, who neglect to DKtSS THEIR. CHILDREN WELL .SEEM UrtWoilTHY IN THE EYE-S OF THEIR. NEIGHBORS AND THEY HAVN'T MANY FRIENDS. WHEN NATURE HAJ BEEN KIND ENOUGH To GIVE YOU BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL LITTLE ONEJ Do YOU NOT OWE IT TO THEM TO Do YOUR PART AND MAKE THEM APPEAR WELL? OF CoUR-SE VE KNOW LITTLE BOYJ ARE HARD ON CLoTHEJ. FOR EVERY-DAY WEAR VE WOULD have jtockincs knitted OUT or .STEEL WIRE, SHIRT WAISTS MADE OF GALVANIZED IRON AND KNEE PANTS AND SUITS MANUFACTURED FROM BATTLE-SHIP ARMOR PLATE ir WE COULD, BUT WE CAN'T. WE Do THE NEXT BEST THING AND IN ORDERING OUR STOCK OF BOYS' GOODS FOR EVERYDAY WEAR GET THE BEST WEARING STVrr POSSIBLE AND GET IT AT CRAM'S. CRAM' STRAWBERRY CARNIVAL PRICES MAKE IT EVEN EASIER THAN VSVSAl TO GET GOOD RELIABLE CLOTHES AT PRICED THAT PUT MONEY RIGHT BAGK INTO YOUR POCKETS. CRAM IS RELIABLE YOU CAN DEPEND ON GETTING THE BE-ST FOR THE LEAST MONEY THERE ALWAYS. ; YOURS TRULY, FRANK A. CRAM. 3C 3 3 C THE UP - TO - DATE STORE mZmmmmSmmS CZeaaMaiZLa) Cmwmm3 CZZm3 GZmmZmZ! Extra Special! $1.25 to $2 Values Men's Working pants 63c Cheaper than Overalls $1 to $2 Straw Hats, only 47c $1 to $2 Dress Shirts 38c $2 Shoes for Men and Women 98c 0 BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS. Bicycle enamel at McDonald's, Square Deal Store. Mr. Bartmess is on a cash basis. Hunt carries a line of paints. Fresh Olympta and Eastern oysters at the Gem Candy Kitchen. Place your order for a nice chicken for your Sunday dinner with McGuire Bros. Clarke will make it easy for you to buy a diamond. Consult him about it. Cranberries at McDonald's. Maple Syrup and New York Slate Buck Wheat at Jackson's. For Masury's colors in oil go to Mc Donald's. Watch Clarke's watches go. Fresh Columbia river salmon at Mo Guire Bros. Father time has left some good time pieces at Clarke's. Begin th new year with a clock that keeps perfect time. Just received at McDonalds, half ton clover seed. Something new Puffed Rice Candy, at the Gem Canday Kitchen. Three pounds halibut 25c at McGuire Brothers. Tim Gem Candy Kitchen makes fresh candy every day. McGuire Bros, make their own leaf lurd under their own brand. For sale by Emporium. Fifteen acres two miles southwest of Hood River, 10 acres in cultivation, mostly orchard, fine land, $300 per acre. Come to the Deitz Studio for first class Photos. Don't put it off, but get your photos now at the Deitz Studio. Teut poles made to order. F. O. Coe. Lettuce, cabbage, rhubarb, asparagus at McGuire BroB. Salt mackerel, eastern white fish and pickled salmon at Jackson's. If you want cracked corn for chicken feed go to McDonald. How about screening that porch in? F. U. Coe cbu do it to suit you. Fresh fish halibut, salmon and smelts, at McGuire Bros. Do you need a carpenter to do that odd job? Pall up P. G. Coe, phone 571. Newest, best fishing tackle at McDon ald's. For rent by Emporium. Nice furn ished room, for gentleman. $10 per month. For sale by Emporium. Ten room pottage and lot,seven blocks from depot, Hood River. Newly repaired, new foun dation, wood fibre plaster, newly painted l atent lath and toilet connected with w w cr, good location. $1600 cash. If you want to buy or sell real estate go to Onthank & Otten. Money to loan on first mortgages. A but. acts and legal papers carefully prepared. Notarial work of all kinds. Fresh creamery butter and newly laid Hood River eggs at McGuire's. "Are'nt they fine," the popular ver dict of the Deitz Photos. It is to your interest to refer to Mr Bartmess' ad under the new system. Fresh White 8almon asparagus at McGuire Bros. People are coming from Hoo t Rt er's suburban towns to purchase pi anos at Soule's Piano House lu this city. Charles Hayword of The Dallas came down Monday and selected a beautiful Strohber for bis new home. Reduction la Flour and Feed. Special cash price on Flour and Feed at warehouse. Bran $14 per ton; shirts, $16 per ton ; flour, $4 per barrel. D. McDonald. Our work guaranteed Deitz Studio. Watch for the big circulars announc ing Huggius & Co. s immense stock re duction sale. Prices and articles printed in plain figures. If you want always to look on the bright side of life, come and let Clarke fit your eyes to a pair of glasses. His apparatus for testing eyes is of the, best and most complete. If you are looking for a nice little borne cheap, call on Onthank & Otten. They have just the thing. The Diets Studio for photos. ; Fresh fish at McGuire Bros, Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Fridays. Just received from the east, a half ton of pure maple sugar and syrup at Jack son's. $15,000 worth of new and up to date merchandise to be slaughtered away at L. H. Huggins & Co. 'a stock reduction sale. Begins Saturday, June 9th. Fresh rhubarb, lettuce, green onions and cabbage, at McGuire Bros. McDonald sells house paints. It will pay you to get prices from him before buying. McGuire Bros, are making country deliveries of meat on the east side of Hood river. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Country customers desiring orders rilled should telephone tneir orders Mondays and Wednesdays. For sale bv Emporium. Five farms In one body, 320 acres, 5 improvements cleared land with each, 7 miles from White Hahnen on Goldendale road, nleutv of water. t:)0 per acre. Can be sold in separate tracts for M days only. Terms easy. A reduction of 15 to 25 per cent in wall paper for 30days, at Hunt's. ' Olives in bulk, bottles and cans at Jackson's. Special sale of 1000 rolls of wall paer at Hunt's. Finisning for amateurs at Deitz Stu dio. New Orleans Molasees in bulk and cans at Jackson's. Mnnev naved bv buvine vour flour and feed from McDonald. All kinds of timepieces at Clarke's Come and look at some of them. If your house office or funiture needa repair, call up Dodge Bros. k Reld, phone 651. Be sure and attend L. H. Hugglns' k Co. immense stock reduction sale, begin ning Saturday, June th. A money saving proposition to you. A torpid, inactive liver can produce more bodily ills than almost anything else. It is good to clean the cystem out occasionally. The best results are derived from the use of DeWitt'a Little Early Risers. Reliable, effective, pleas ant pills with a reputation. Never grip. Sold by Williams' Pharmacy. Notice to Water Consumers. Water for irrigation, by sprinkling only, will be furnished .to consumers living on the Month sides of streets running East and West from 8:00 to 0:00 A.M. and to those living on the North aides of the streets from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. ' Light and WM Co. At the Churches. Methodist -Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sabbath school 10 a. m.; Ep worth League 7 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening. All. cordially invit ed. W. C. Evans, pastor. St Mark's Episcopal Church. Holy Communion at 8 o'clock; morning Draper at 11, and evening prayer at U. B Church Sabbath school, 9:45; preaching, 11 a. m.; Junior services un der the leadership of Mrs. Effie Beeler, 8 p. m. ; Christian Endeavor meeting, 6:30; sermon by pastor, 7:30. All are invited to any ana all of these services G. M. Beeler,' pastor in charge. Baptist church Sunday school 10 a. m. ; preaohing 11 a. m. ; Junior B. Y.P. U., 3 p. m. ; evening service, 7.30. Belmont M. E. Church. H. C. Clark, pastor. Services, Belmont: Sunday school at 10 a. m. ; Class meeting at 11 a. m. ; Epworth League 7 p. in. ; preach ing every Sunday evening and 2d Sun day in month at 11 a. m. ; Prayer meet ing Thursday 7:30 p. m. Services at Pine Grove tame as above except preacl ing, which m on I ft and 3d Sundays at 11 a. m. Crupper lwt and 3d Sundays at 8:30; Sunday school at 2:30. Mouin Hood. The 4th (Sunday at U a.n t. ; Sundav school at 10 a. m. Valley Christian Sunday school at 10 a. m. ; pleaching at 11; V. P. S. U. E. at 6.30 p. m. ; preaching at 7:30. Chalk talk every Sunday even ing. We extend a cordial invitatiou to all to atteud the services of the day. W. A. Elkins, pastor. Christian Church. Herviees at K. of P. hall the first, third, fourth and fifth Sundays of each nn nth. Services at Odell the second Sunday of each month, W. A. WOOD, Pastor. Catholio servloes will be held Sun day, May 27, at 10-30 a. m., by Rev Brousgeest, St. Mary's cbflroh. At Mt. Hood, Monday, May 28. At the Adventiats ohurcb In the val ley on Sunday at 11 o'clock, June 3, the pastor will answer the argument of Homer M. Street in a sheet called "The truth about Prohibition, or has America a faithful jury." Everybody come and bear, especially the voters. L. O. Dlx, Pastor. Lutheran aervloea and confirmation next Sunday, May 27, at 2 p. m. H. J. Kolb, Pastor. Services at the Unitarian church next Sunday at 11 a. m., J. B. Bald ridge, minister. Topio, "Devotion toanldeaj." All who believe in the higher life and'servlce of mankind are cordially invited. Cherries. Early Richmond,! Kentish) now ready. Order by phone 1256. H.C. Bateham. If a man was to throw a roll of greenbacks out Into his pasture and let the calves eat it everybody would think be was crazy. The newspapers would tell about it and everybody would talk about what a poor fool the man was. Yet that is exactly what very farmer la doing who lets his onlves run with the cows. The calves at cream which if separated and ship ped to creamery would yield a handsome Income every year. All kinds of freth and cured meats have advanced, hut we are still 'selling at the ame old prices, and will con tinue to do so. Y ours for business, Mc Guire Brother. fi GET IN THE HABIT OF TRADING AT THE" BIG STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES Witit Granlt.war.. FisMTstcrU- We don't Canmi p,1.7,,II CoDd i?lt, platters, know whe" you ronld find a be.- Th good ht.vy kmd that w.ll frWtew kettles, etc! in this ter assortment tbau you'll nod, wear, 10c p...r. neat good ware at Utile Prices, here at Little Prices. yfmry Soon you'll be putting Ladies' Belt in silk, satin HsmmscKt Haven't y; g-'t Jelly ulasses, jar tops, ind leather form fitting styles, a shady nook where you could n jar rubberH.jar funnels, wrench, For tne H ir Side combs, , m,-k hooks, 15c pr whlto rooted hose are the aTraU hair ,ets ouLCl'. "figured art thin tlfti Grown m-r . You ought . . ry the., go,! hair rata, Li.tto Prtrsy X5c 40c d 80c pwaet. weatm, quality, 8 pa.rs for 50o. Sy Ever think of bayi - VTwV CoiknUd It Up How About a new dainty mfndolin Vuitar orrthsrSrS. : W ?? aold 178,000 pops, d i. the warn, days to come, fnJtrument? K isHaH mVan4 filles, this year we'll pretty patterns .t less than ;ryUoTinw KctTw jen Sora. We are headquarters a.al ter ,.! pneeer. gt-t the good. fiwor. 1 J A -it T-Jry ood thlng 10 hve zooA mT 10 h '" K JN GW rlOrnCv money is to have a good sewing machine, ai.d a t- i . : . . . . Um. m...).in. Pniuft pe US. We. full 111 et us saveyou money oy boiuuu jvu ........ 3 jive iironey, ft good way U I waiv In iii till thin m tn atdt. Wilis uiaviuuv, ' - s. " " Come, iee ot, wt cm. u k an rm off if newtwy yi Dakin k Kent are painting at The Dalles. Senator Wbealdoo, of The Dalles, was around town yesterday. The Winans brothers came up from Goble, Ore., to vote on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Cole, of Menominee, visited f rieuds In Hood River Monday. M. P. Isenberg and C. L. Rogers made a business trip to The Dalles Tuesday. Miss Carrie Byerlee attended the oommenoemeut exoeroises at Corvallia last week. Mrs. Stekoe, of Wyeth, visited her parents, Mr. and Mia. Noble, over Sunday. S. J. LaKrauce, of Portland, came up Tuesday to look after bis busiuess interests beie. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Peugh, of Was co, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. vr. H. v eugti, last week. Mrs. J. C. Barber and Miss Hazel Wlndom, of Prineville, are visiting school at Hood Mr. and. Mis. J. Hi. JNlonois. A blind man has been giving hand- orgau couoerts on tne oorner near Bragg's atore for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Sharp, of The Dal'es, visited Mrs. Sharp's sister, Mrs. J. S. Booth, the latter part of the week. " Sen Pouts went to The Dalles Tues day to lock after a case in the district court for the firm of Pouts A Derby. E. L. Riscbatsob, of St. Paul, Minn., is spending the summer with tj. h. Klemei on his ranob at Odell. Mt. Hood train leaves promptly at 8:30 a m. next Sunday for Wiuaus, Dee and all way poiuts. Get a tioket. M. P. HnhafFer. of Omaha. ' atonoed off Suuday on bis way to Portland to visit bis cousin, W. P Liaraway, for a couple of days. O. C. Dean broke the propeller to bis us' launch onday, aud took it to Portland to get it fixed. He was accompanied by Mrs. Dean. I. J. Powell made a trip to Dufnr the latter part of ln-t week after bis daughter Mrytlv, who has been a. tend ing school at liood Klver. 1'ygn Bee. Mrs. Carl Smith, of lone, Ore., visited a few days with her sisters, Mrs. Bert Stranabau, and Miss Lulu Powler, returning borne Monday. Miss Clapsban, of Gales Creek, Ore., 'ho has been vicltinr Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Abemathy, at Belmont, for a couple of weeks, returned noma Monday. Ml. aud Mrs. A. R. Hogan drove in from Green Poiut Saturday and went on to Mosier to stay over Sunday, aud- also give Mr. Uogan a chance to vote on Monday. J. P. Stranahan, of White Salmon is confined to his bed with rheuma tism, and Mrs. Stranahan is taking care of him at the residence of C. J. Hays on the hilL Bob Witte was arrested by Marshal Ganger last week for selllug liquor illegally, and taken to ltie UaJlea for trial. He was found guilty and fined $150 or 70 days in jail. Chaa. L. Huff, who has been In oharge of tbe engineer work on the sewer for r anet A Clars, came rjaok Monday from Kelso, Wash., and It Hnisnlng ap tne work. D. F. Rans and family, of Indiana, have arrived in Hood River, with a view to locating. Tbey have spent several months on tne coast, coming bare from MarsbUeld, Uie. Tim Brodier. who baa bean employ ed by Snow k Upson for taveral months, has resigned bis position ow- imr to sickness, and naa none to a town below Portlaud. Rev. Walton Skipworlb, presiding elder ot tbe M. E. Church for this district, arrived from Goldendale Monday, v here be held quarterly meeting, and took train 2 for bis borne in The Dalles. A danoe will be given at Odell Fri day evening, June 8, in tbe Odd Fellows-Tall. It is under the manage ment of Otto Ebrck and Ed Jocbim- aen and a good time is assured. Tick ets, including supper, $1.25. Marshal Gangs- rounded up three Siwasbes who were full of fire water aud making a disturbance on tbe hill, aud Judge Niokelson gave them an assignment on tbe streets for four days. One of them said be would not work, but when be faced tne prospect of a bread and water diet, changed bis mind. The installation of a Suudav train service between tbis city and D is something that we tbink tbe publlo In general will appreciate greatly. Stops will be made at ail stations bv this train, affording thoso in tbe country an opportunity to take a trip Into tbe mountains or come .to toe oity they prefer. D. Stanton, of Lake City, Iowa, ac companied by two sous and two daughters, arrived recently and are making an extended visit to bis son. Chaa. H. Stanton, who baa a home stead in Dukes Valley. Tbey may con elude to make Hood River their borne. Unitaiian Cburoh topio for next! Sunday: "The Soul's Silent Quert." ) Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Knapp went to Portland on tbe local yesterday 'after hoou. J. K. McGregor, manage! of tbe Mosier Trading Co., visited Hood River Tuesday. W. S. Grlbble went to Portand yes terday to transact business for a couple of days. . R. D. Gould bad business in Con don yesterday, and bis daugh'er ac companied him on the trip. Mrs. Alice Crane, of Portland, aud Miss MoCulley, of Joseph, Ore., are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Sbaw. Albert Tozler was a paasengor on No. 2 yesterday, having business be fore U. H. Commissioner Pratber. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Jewett came in on No. 4 Tuesday evening, and went aorossto theli borne In White Salmon. Nellie Shay, who has been attending hnnl (it ItnnA Rl.ro I ..Ft fr,. h.. rviiuv. u w v j... , yj t , .w iui lie. home at Wyeth to spend the vaoation. Rev. W. A. Wood will preaoh Satur diy evening at Dukes Valley, aud at Odell Sunday morning and evening. H. T. Anderson, of Ceutralia, Wash., Lspent a couple of dBys in the valley the Brat of the week, looking over the country. . Mies Lois Taylor, of Tbe Dalles, has been visiting her auut, Mrs. W. L. Adams, for tbe past week at Paradise Farm. The first batch of eastern mail ar rived Tuesday, and seventeen saoks were dumped off at Hood River in one bunch. For sain by Emporium. Ten acre tracts unimproved, fine level land, three miles south from Hood River, at $210 per acre. Mrs. MoCord and Miss Katberlue Emory, of The Dallas, speut Suuday with Mlises Susa and Marie Modi, at Pine Grove. The Lutheran Sunday School rlrmlo which was to have been given at Biu- geu yesterday was postponed for a week on account ol the rain. Master Milo Frederick, who has been visiting the family of P. P. Fri day tbe past week, came borne Satur day well loused aitb farm liie. Monday beiug a legal holiday, and the council chamber being used for a polling place, the regular meeting of tbe counoil was adjourned until Thurs day evening. The new reservoir of tbe water com pany is very satisfactory. Tbe filter was filled with more gravel Tuesday night and tbe reservoir can now be filled to its capacity. Tbe election judges and clerks had au all-night session after the close of tbe polls, it requiring uutil 9 o'clock in the morulng to complete the count iu some of tbe precincts. J. II. Hellbronner k Co. report tbe following sales this week: Frank Ruucorn to llattie E. Crockett. 29 acres foi $0,000. Mark Cameron to Geo. Tupper, 10)i aores for $750. sJPrank Douglas and wife, ot Salem, 1 1 1 . A Ll. .1 ft. 1 . . . visiMHJ iii uiotuer, aira. o. mien, and sisters, Mrs. Sherman and Mrs. Friday. Mr. Douulas returned to Saiem yesterday, but Mrs. Douglas will remain lor a few days. The ladies of the Congregational church will hold a lawn social next Thursday evening, June 14, on Mrs. Eutrican's lawn. Icecream, cake and strawberries will be served. Every body come and have a good time. Tim Brownbill, of Gresbam, Ore., was a paantnger oh No. 2 yesterday. on his way to attend the annual meet ing of the National Editorial Aasoola tion at Indianapolis. Albert Tozier also leave tonight over tbe Northern Pacific ou tbe same mission. r Miss Eva Nicklason, who has been here tbe past two weeks visiting tbe family of ll. J. Fredericks, returned to Portland Friday, where she will take op ber studies at a conservatory to make up the time through vauutioo that she lost while 111 at St. Vincent's Hospital. The plans aie completed for tbe new Mt. Hood K. R. depot, and it will be a very tasty building. The back (beds of the livery stable are being toro down to make room for tbe de pot, and a general clean-up ot the premises will be made. When com pleted tl street will present a much improved appearance. Tbe first through traina from tbe east reached ber yesterday. Tbe con tinued heavy rains have causea addi tlonal wasboots,and tbe road has been tied op Completely for a week. Tbe local service trains have run back aud forth on irregular time Trains got through to Spokane part of tbe time, but bad a couple of shut-outs at Uma tilla. It is now thought the trouble is over, and that regular service will be petnanent. Tuesday uight tbe Northern Paciflo were oompelled to turn away .Hi passen era for St. faul. tbe tie-up on tbe O. R. k N. having diverted so much busiuess over tuat line that it ootid not handle the busi ness. GOOD STATIONERY (Joes a long way toward milking a poorly written letter look well. We are showing a line of the VERY BEST STATIONERY in boxes, tabletH, and bulk. Envelopes in all shapes and colors. SLOCOM'S Are You Patriotic? If so patronize Home Industry. Use Hood River Flour and Feed. Come right down to the mill and get your Feed fresh and see how much farther it will go Hood River Milling Co. J. L. Carter and family are now liv ing on their homestead near tbe Mt. Hood postofllce, and their son, M. C, of Salem, is running the old place on tbe east side. Notes Improvement. Mount Hood, Juue 4, 1900, Editor Glacier An old settler, who only occasionally comes tbis way, oannot help but notice the steady and substantial improvements going on iu this neighborhood. Within a snort space of time the Mount Hood Railroad has been com pleted to Dee: cieam route establiHh- ed also a telephone line in ooustruo tion ; several new houses built, and various other enterprises under way. All this work has been done in spite of the fact that liilior is very scarce and hard to get, as all the men and teams that can get away are at tbe lOKglug camps. There will be a very fluo bay ciop tbis season, though the continuous rains of tbe last tew days may injure the berry crop. J. K. MoKaoiey la clearing teu acies of ground for a man In Iowa, who owns a piece ot land here, and while it is tradition here that no one has ever made wages clearing land, be s prepared to say that be baa demon strated to bis satisfaction that such it not tbe oase, and with the same push and energy that is applied to other work and business, will bring good results. We do not belong to tbe develop ment league, but we believe tbat every one, who builds a bouse or bai n, plants a few trees or clears an acre of ground, is truly developing bis country. 11. C. McKamey. If you knew the value of Chamber lain's Ralve you would never wish to he without it. Here are some of the dis eases for which it is especially valuable: sore nipples, chapped hands, burns, frostbites, chilblains, chronic sore eyes, itching piles, tetter, salt rtieum and eczema. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Keir & Cms. Are Prepared to Famish Mill Work. ThelDavidson box factory have In stalled a new band saw, planer and drill, and have the lumber on hand for ranking special' Woik in the shape of mouldiugs, grill, potoh columns, etc. This will be a great convenience to contractors here, as heretofore all that sort of work had to be sent to Portland. The new maoblnes are the finest of t'teir kind, and with the 24-bour power service, the company can turn out work ou short notice While they were opera' ing with a steam plaut, it was not profitable to steam up for a short job, but now the power may be started by simply turn ing ou the switch. Will Vote on Consolidation. Hood River, l'iue Grove, Barrett and Frankton will vote on consolida tion of tho four distriots on June 18, at tbe annual meetings of the several districts, to decide whether or not the four districts be consolidated, thereby enabling the district to establish a high school, which is not possible with Hood River alone. A petition is be iug circulated aud genei ally signed fa voring such a move, and It will prob ably carry. When the matter was brought up a yeai ago, there was some objection from Crapper and Odell,aud they have since dropped out, leaving four in tbe proposed consolidation. Ibe polls will be open at 10 o'olock. Hood River, or district No. 3, voting at tbe State street school house. Hows ThiZ WeofferOne Hundred Dollar Reward tor tnyewteof catarrh lUat cauuot be cured sy Hall'. Catarrh Cure. . j. i f.i a uu Toieuo, o. We, the underiilKiied, have, known K. 3. Cheney for the Iwtt IS year., and believe bliu perfectly honorable In all bu.lnees traDMuv tloiniand do.ncl.lly able to carry out any obltga lion, made by bi. firm. WAI.I'INII. kin an A Makvim, Wholesale brugg-tau. Toledo, 0. Hall'. Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, act ing directly upon tbe blood and inuomi. aur. tHceeof tbe eyxtem. Teatlinoalai. sent Tree, ('rlo 75 cent per bottle, Sold by sit Drug. gi.tH. Take Hall's Family Fills for eoastlpatloo, o . .