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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 September 1906

IIOTEL GAYLORD— and &n4*t Cquippad Jtooo/ in JiatAoaci County 9 iF •r' '•"* IF IF ^ ! MILLER LEWIS Proprietors - - Colombia Falls jg| ^J/V ^/Vy V ZProscr/pt/on jfcouse. Summar Tfovais, JOatest TT/ayaz/ncs, •SfyS/sA Writing SPapzr* Sportsmans Soods, !Porfumoiy, Can digs, Wfost complete stock of ZPure ‘Drugs in tho district. Columbia J^aUs *2)rug Company, Siring gour prescription. Z/Ae up-to-date Store '7- Ml lifer’s fleadparfers. - r . ■ r . t - e Hutchinson Bros. Columbia Falls, Mont. hi ^ mm "We have a Nice Line of Lilies and -A-mmunition. , Co MPfl N y If yoo contemplate ordering a ready-made for fall, be sure that the clothier is located neac. you. You may have occasion to visit him often. If you are going to order a suit made for you it does not matter where the tailor shops are located. Your measure will be properly taken, a correct description of your form given and the cloth cut strictly in accordance. Suits and overcoats made to order at prices that ^ill appeal t...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 September 1906

’r W. L. DOUGLAS •3.50&*3.00 Shoes BUT IN THE WORLD 1 $4 Sit Edge line oaowliNRianeilitn; price Insane Man Shoot*. August Kruger, a wealthy Potawomle county man. went Insane suddenly at his residence In the town 01 Hancock, Iowa. From his front porch he fired a rifle Into n crowd of men who were passing and dangerously wounded Dr. Albert Stevens. He shot reveral times, wounding Jesse 3idebottom, Frank Johnson and James Duncan, all well know residents of Hancock. A mob of citizens organized, armed with revolvers and guns, surrounded Kruger’s house and riddled It with bullets. Kruger was shot four tin es, but not dangerously. RANCH FOR SALE IN SOUTHERN OREGON. Eighltrn mile* from Medford, Myen mile* from Gold Hill; iao acre*, So of which are cleared and partly in alfalfa. Firal-cUaa fnik land. New houae and barn, good waUr. Will •ell the place, including machinery, ikrtt homes, cow, two wagona. etc., for $•.*©•. J4.' 400 cash, balance in two, three, f«ur and trre yearn at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 September 1906

^.4 mt flafte C«fiM lit. tikacripdM Price tlM p*r Year. Columbian. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. SEPTEMBER 15.190«. NEWS OF THE WOULD SHUT TELE6KAFH ITEMS F80H ALL HITS Of TIE GLOBL A R«vlew of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. King Edward has completed the cure and la back In London. The August statement of the London board of trade shows an Increase of $10,158,000 In Imports and $17,874,000 in exports. A fight for an eight-hour day which will affect more than 200,000 workers In the various metal Industries Is to be launched on Chicago next May. Vice President Fairbanks is at Concord, N. H., trtiere he delivered an address at the New Hampshire state fair Wednesday. The David Bradley Manufacturing company of Kankakee, 111., has gone Into voluntary liquidation. Assets, $1,962,883; liabilities, $790,331. The object of the liquidation Is to reorganize the business. ’‘Seven earthquake shocks were felt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 September 1906

KM Carries, a Full Liibe of Everything Pertaining to tl*©.Trade, ft’eparmg Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. Telephone SO BcALISPELL. MONT- - 340 Main Street. ? " & H STETV^EHsrS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Pnotloa in State and Federal Courte and before,the Land Offlce HoUry Pixblic, Poetaflioe Black. Kalin pell - -■ Montana. -Increase your egg produce by feeding your hens Flathead Poultry PJ__1 For tale at Colninbia Falls ^000. .D rU g Co. and Jas Kennedy. TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878, —NOTICE FOR^ PUBLICATION. U.S. UpdOfflrs.KalUKll. Montana. Sent.,4, IMS. ftotlc* la bertby glrtn that in compliance «llk the provliions, ol the. act of i'oorr«M ol June 3, .1878,, entitled “An Act (or the inly of . timber lands In the -Butes. ol CaTfforpis, Orc*on. Necada. and WMbTacion TefTltory," a« extended toell tbe Public Lud Slatei by act ot Au(uit t, MpJ. TKAKCI8 CARVBR Columbia Palls.county ol Platheed, itate ol Montana, has thU day Sled In thta offlee hla sworn statement No 1400. lor the pur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 September 1906

•- ...• - i i Visit the City’s Proscription Jifouso. Sum mar 7/ovals, -£a tost TTfagaxinas, Stylish Writing !Papar, Sportsmans Soods, tPtrAimory, Candies, 77?ost complete stock of !Puro 7)rugs in the district. Columbia J’atts ‘Drug Company, Spring gour prescription. Che up-to-date Store rt Columbia Falla, Mont. SEASON ‘W'e have a ISTice Lin© of !Rifies and -A.mmunition* lExclasive Local Representative of Ed. V. Price & ' COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. Draughting; and Irrigation Work a Specialty. H. B. GRANT W. K. TRIPPET Do yon know Uneda Bnsonit? WANTED—Logging teams. Apply to W.K. Trippet. Mr. and Mrs. James Grist were business visitors at Kaliepell Wednesday. P. J. Hoffman and George Hoffman, of Whitelish, ware business visitors in town Wednesday. Miss Clarissa Talbott and Mrs. Neidenhoffen attended the Roscian Opera at Kalispoll Tuesday night. Mrs. Josiah Rogers, of Camas, is here this week the guest of her parents and attending to businssa matters. > 0. F. Haines ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 September 1906

• + lY fever -Having used Perunafor catarrh and toy fever, / can recommend it to all who are suffering with the % above diseases. I tm happy to be cite to say it has helped ~'***™ : -M«me E . Smith. PREIDENTWASTHERE ANNIVERSARY OF THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH AT OYSTER BAY. ■ 444 Ewt Mound Street Columbus, Ohio HAY FEVEB is endemic catarrh. It ia caused by some irritating substance in the atmosphere daring the late summer montba. It is generally theusbt that the pollen of certain weeds and flowers ia the cause of it. Change of locality seems to the be only rational cure. The use of Peruna, however .stimulates the nervous system to resist the effects of the poisonous emanations and sometimes carries the victim through the hay fever season without an attack of the disease. A large number of pedple rely upon Peruna for H>ia purpose. Those who do not find it convenient to change their location to avoid Hay Fever would do well to give Peruna a trial. It has proven of priceless value t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 September 1906

*■ IV ?" •TV ^ ' IB<- . V' •* « >1 *'- UtfUC^iM Il«. Irtirrfirtw Prto CJt »»f Yor. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, SEPTEMBER 22,1904. NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS Of THE GLOBE. A Review of Happening* In Both Eaetem and Weatem Hemiapherea During the Paat Week—National, Hiatorlcal, Political and Peraonal Event*. A handcar loaded with sec tion men of the Wheeling & lake Erie railroad ran off an .pen draw on the Maumee mer recently and all of the men on the car were drowned. The number of men on the car Is said to hare been twelve. The steamer Oregon recently hit the rocks on the beach of Hlnchlnhrook .Island at the entrance to Prince William sound and the bottom of the steamer was tom off. The wreck is complete. The Kaslo, B. C., fruit fair opened Saturday. There was a good attendance from Nelson, Ainsworth, Sandon and other nearby points. The exhibits are extremely creditable, especially In apples. For three days slight earthquake s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 September 1906

SB IlftMR C&nles a Foil Line of ETerytbingFertajaiiiig l to the Trade. ^Preparing Bodies For Shipment A %ecialtj. Telephone 20 fcALlSPEtL. MONT340 Main. Street. Food. 'J H BTEVnCSTS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW la State and Federal Coarte - mod be/ore tbe Land Odfoe. iteUry Public. PoatoSoe Bleak. Katie pell - - Montana. Increase your egg produce by feeding your ; Bens Rathead Poultry For eale at Columbia Falle Drug Co. and Jae Kennedy. ''TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3,1878, —‘NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION. 0.8. Land Offlco, K.UupcU, Montana. Sept. 4, MOB. . Kotlc. Is hereby given' that in compliance with the provisions of the act of Cop- •' frees of June *. UTS. enUtled “An Act . lor the sale of- timber lands In the '.Mates- of California,- Oregon, Nevada, and KaihlogtOn Territory,” as extended to «U the Public tind states by act of Augnat 4,18M. EKANCIFCARVER ' os Columbia Falli, county of Flathead, stata of Montana, has tbit day filed in this office his ■worn statenunt No 1400, for. the purchas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 September 1906

HOTEL GAYLORD— (BmMv" a*d-Ztn*st Cfnippyd JCcuxti in J^toIAtad Cttniy $ *•?. it* iF IF ^ MILLER -LEWIS Proprietors Colombia Falls m or „ Wtsit the Cfty’s Prescription JPouse, Summer 7/ovals, UZalast 77/agaztnas, Siytlsh Writing iPapar, Sportsmans Soods, tPtrfumory, Candles, ' » 71/ost complete sioc/rof tPure 7)rugs in the district. * Columbia Jails Pruty Company, String gour proscription. Uhe up-to-date Store Hutchinson Bros. Columbia Falls, Mont. « *&*. SEI '‘We have a IS’ice Line of Hifles and -A_mmunition^ GRANT & TRIPPET lliiil Esgiaaii " COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. ■ DraaghtinK" and Irrigation Work a Specialty. H. B. GRANT W. K. TRIPPET TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS. So you know Unada Buaodit? WANTED—Logging teams. Apply ti> W. K. Trippei. Born—To tha wife of George Smith, at the State mill, a-bor, on Sunday, Sept. 16, 1806. E. M. Hntcbinsoa, of the Hutchinson •Lumber Co., of WhiWfish, was a business visitor in town Tuesday. John Schanders made proof on his ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 September 1906

? 25^ m Prove It the Oven Fire Put the wonderful K C Baking Powder to the test. Get a can on approval. Your money, will be returned if you don’t agree that all we claim is true. You’ll be delighted with the delicious, wholesome things that BAKING V IV Vr POWDER will bring to life in your oven. K C Baking Powder is twothirds cheaper and makes purer, better, more healthful food than other powders anywhere near K C Quality. 25 ounces for 25 cents. Get it to-day I JAQUES MFC. CO. Chlcaao A detachment of 100 marines from the Washington barracks left today tor Norfolk to go aboard American warships under orders for Cuba. Accompanying them was a detachment of 60 marines, who arrived today troza Portsmouth, N. H. STAND FIRM When you buy an OILED SUIT or SLICKER demand 'fcWBRAS® Its the easiest and only wa^to get Sold everywhere mis Book Is FREE ’ v i CONTAINING “Borax in the Laundry, Kitchen, Nursery and Sick Room.” “How to Have a Clear Complexion.” "Articles on the Hair snd Hands.” “Borax ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 September 1906

V.' * 1 % W- - If «r SktU C«fiM IK. SckscdftlM Prto tUt p* Year. NEWS OF NORTHWEST VASffiSOTON, IDAHO, MONTANA AND OREGON NEWS ITEMS. A Few Intereetlna Items Gathered .From Our Exchangee of the Surrounding Country—Numerous Accident* and Personal Events Take Place—Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON ITEMS, A plan Is on to merge commercial clubs of Walla Walla. Need of more houses Is a crying one In the oity of Wenatchee. Hereafter no more girls will be employed In the postofflee at Tacoma. Another attempt to burn W^tervllle has been discovered by Night Watch Hall. The big roller skating rink at Natatorlum park was burned to the ground recently. The school house In district No. 36, Snohomish county, was burned a few nights ago. It is said freight trains will be moving over the Spokane International railway by the first of November. Seattle Odd Fellows may, before long, have a capacious and handsome lodge building for their own use. Judge Huneke of Spokane has set October 8 as the date of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 September 1906

Orrie8^a;.Ftitt-Lhie of Everything Pertaining to the Trade. ♦ITlie ColmnbiaTi. foBVlHKD Evert Saturday. I.AJECQJER, *<ytorUflf.b«pior. SATXa: •cjmwttioic—I8.0Q p^r ym.in Rdtance •• Entered Feb. 2,1906, at Colombia Falla, Mont., as second class matter, oader Aot of Congrcas of March 3rd, 1870." V. fteparing Bodies Fpr Shipment A, Specialty. ■ft. 'i '•j^ e pj lono go. KfAJ-ISPELL. MONT34Q Main Street. J. J. M5II1S0II * Mipaii d kpi & itoWii fafc Mm 8ATUBDAY. Sept. 20, 1906. J-H-iBT^yTBJSTS ATTORNEY-AT^/kW Emetloa In, State, and F«fer*l Ooorta and befora-the X*nd OdM Votary PobHe. PeateSoe Blank. Kalis pell - !- . Montana. * RcPuWJcm State Ticket. ReprcienUllyo ln Congron— Chu. N. Pray. Auociata Juaslce Supreme CourtHenry C. Smith. g»t»uhUce» Ceuntr Ticket. for Senator . Wllllem 3. Brennan. For Reprerenutlrei V. A. Ix>*»n, B. 3. Boorman., F. C.Spaunuth. For County Commlnlonera Haimer Lewie (2 yre) John White (4. yre) n. Mouarthy («yre) For Clerk end Re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 September 1906

HOTEL GAYLORD— lift. m Wv" and J’inoat Cquipped JPoaol /n &tatA«ad County & ** ** tr F in C MILLER LEWIS Proprietor* - - Columbia fall* |g tysit the City's ^Prescription Jfrouse*. Summer Tfooots, Sa test _ 97/ajazines, Siytish llir/tiny iPapor, Sportsmanj Soods, iPorfumory, Candies, 97/ost complete stock of Pure "Drays in tie district. Columbia J’alls 'Drug Company, S3 ring your proscription. Tjho up-to-date Store T Hunter’s Ifadprtffs / Hutchinson Bros. Columbia fall*, Mont. ran ^ SEASON /. have a HSTice Line of Rifles and Ammunition. i'- Axo ,£OMPANy I hadO cL=X ftfip ’ J-OMPahy '* *' m If you contemplate ordering a ready-made for fall, be sure that the clothier is located near you. You may have occasion to visit him often. If you are going to order a suit made for you it does not matter where the tailor shops are located. Your measure will be properly taken, a correct description of your form given and the cloth cut strictly in accordance. Suits and overco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 September 1906

MR8. ESTHER M. MILNER. . Box 321, DeGraff, Ohi«. Dr. 8. B. Hartman. Columbus, Ohio. Dear Sir:— I was a terrible sufferer from pelvic nralrnrn and had headache continuously. I was not able to do toy housework for myself and bnsband. f wrote you and described my condition as nearly as possible. You recommended Parana. I took four bottles of it and was completely cnred. I think Pertma m wonderful medkdne and haye recommended it to my friends with the rery best of results. Esther M. Milner. Very few of the great multitude of women who hare been relieved of some pelvic disease or weakness by Peruna ever consent to give a testimonial to be read bvthe public. There are, however, a few courageous, self sacrificing women who will for the sake of their suffering sisters allow their cures to be published. Mrs. Milner is one of these. In her gratitude ( for her restoration to health she is willing that the women of the whole world should know it. A chronic A GRATtrUL ifrrcRTO DR. HARTMAN invali...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 October 1906

UafU C«^«s IU. PriM t2M ft Y«ar. COLUMBIA PALLS, MONTANA. OCTOBER 6,190«. VOL. IV. NO. IS. imuoinoymoH CUBANS ON BOTH SIDES ABE DISARHIKG—RETOIN HOML General Funaton 8aya Affair* Will All Soon Be Smoothed Over—Secretary ,Taft I* In Full Control—Palma I* Out— U. 8. Marine* and Soldier* Hav* Landed. Havana, Oct. 1.—The work of disposing peacefully of the revolutionary forces In arms against the Cuban gov-ernment-la already practically under way. Brigadier General Frederick Funaton, chairman of the disarmament commission, had two amicable conferences Sunday with Generals Pino Guererra and Del Castillo and arranged a program perfectly satisfactory to all concerned. In fact General Funston said this evening that the windup would be so smooth and rapid that it will take much less time than had been anticipated. The first landing of any considerable force of Arne ana took place Sun- ' day night, w^en 450 marines .came ashore from the squadron In the harbor. This force proceeded for Clenfuc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 October 1906

Carries a Full Liue of Everything Pertaining to the Trade. The Columbian. Published Eveet Saturday. H..F. Z.AXUOEB, Editor »nd Owner. Freparing Bodies For Shipment A Specialty, Telephone 20 XALLSPELL. MONT340 . Main Street. J H STEVENS AtTORNEY-AT-LAW Praotioo in State and Federal Courts and before the Land Office " Notary Pablio, ’ Poatoffloe Bloek. Kallspell - - Montana. Increase your egg produce by feeding your hens Flathead Poultry pj J For sale at Columbia Falla rooa. Umg Co. and Jag Kennedy. TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3. 1878, —NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. U.8. Laud OfUce, K&Htpell, Monlnna. Sept. 4, JilOS. Notice Is hereby given that In compliaiico with the provisions o[ the act of Congresa ol June 3, 1878, entitled "An Act lor the sale o( timber lands In the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory." ns extended to »1I the Public Land States by act of Aagnst 4,18K. FRANCIS CARVER oi Columbia Falls, county of Flathead, state ol Montana, ban this day di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 October 1906

m -v HOTEL GAYLORD— ant t finost Gfttippwd Jtotfj j m J^ajj^ad CtuMty &- «F IF in I1F iF 5^ ^ MILLED £» LEWIS Proprietors - - Columbia foils ‘Uis/t t/ie C/tj/’s ^Prescription jfouse. tSummor 9/ouote, latest TTfagazinos, Stylish Writing tPaptr, Sportsmans Soods, SParfumary, Candies, JT/ost complete stock of !Pure ‘Drugs in ike district. Columbia Jails !Drup Company, 'ring your prescription, tike up-to-date Store Mr’s Itatplm Hutchinson Bros. Columbia falls, Mont. im ^ m W © have a Nice Line of Rifles _ "> and A.mmumtion. you contemplate ordering a ready-made -for fall, be sure that the clothier is located near you. You may- have occasion to visit him often. If you are going to order a suit made for you it does not matter where the tailor shops ar^e located. Your measure will be properly taken, a correct description of your form t given and the cloth cut strictly' in accordance. Suits and overcoats made to order at prices that will appeal to wearers of readymade...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 October 1906

Humors l which the Bki J, liver, kidneys and other organa eannot take care of without help. holla, ec*ema and other eruption*, loss of appetite, that tired feeling, billons turns, fits oMndigestion, dull headaches and many other troubles are duo to them. They are removed by Hood’s Sarsaparilla In usual liquid' form or In chocolated tahletsknownasSarsatabS. IQOdosestl. W. L7DOUCLAS *3.50&’3.00 Shoes BEST IN THE WORLD VLDoogltt $4 Gilt Edgt cnfflolbeequlledataniprii L. Douglas Women's. Ml»»« nn'a shoes: for style, fit and i they excel other makes. II I could take you Into my largo factories at Brockton, Mass.,and show you how carefully W.L. Douglas shoes are made, you would then understand why they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and are of greater value than any other make. Wherever you live, you can obtain W. L- HEAVES CURED! - I troubles. Cert, fiteves, I Coughs. Distemper esi 1 Indigestion. Velertumrt. | us use ud recommend PRUSSIAN HEAVE POWDERS isso’s.^srs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 October 1906

♦ Stofc C«flM Ita. IrtirHiWu PtiuUMim Y«f. ARE LANDING IN CUBA OCCUPATION BY U. 8. HOOPS IS NOV ACCOHPUSBED. General Funeton Eetabllehee Headquarters at Marianao—Disarming of Cubans Continues—C. E. Magoon to Succeed Taft as Governor Next Satlied.y- Havana, Oct. 8.—The first landing of American soldiers In the present occupation of Cuba was accomplished Sunday with marvelous promptness, and tonight S00 men of the Fifth United States infantry and 360 men from the second battalion of engineers , are settled under canvas in Camp Columbia. The cruiser Brooklyn arrived here this afternoon with 400 men on board. They will be sent out to the camp early tomorrow. • Today General Frederick Funston established his headquarters at Marianao, convenient to his command. Colonel L. W. T. Waller, commanding the marines, has been ordered to report to'General Funston and the entire ^Jlorce of the regulars and marines will be under Funston’s command until the arrival here next Tuesday of General Frankl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 October 1906

m BIRMER Garries a Foil Line of E?ety|^ing Pertaining teftifi.Tiaae.. preparing Bodies For Shipment A Specialty. Telephone. 20 BfALISPEI^D. MONTS4Q. ,Mam, Street. tlLMHISOH » m adSipii :(oW Ms note BD* STETVBnSrS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW r^MtlM ia State and T*d«r«l Oourta V and before the Lend OOicm. Ketarr Public, Poetafiee Bleek. gjdtapeU J - Moataae. Increase your egg prodace by feeding your tens Flathead Poultry For eele et Colombia Fella POOU. Drag Co. and Jes Kennedy. u an article is imitated, the original isjahrayi beat. Think it over, and yhep JOB. go to boy that bos of salve to |(eep aronnd; the house, get Do Witt's Wytch Haiel Salve.. It ia the original and the name is-4tamped on. every bos. Gpod for eczema, tetter, bolls, cuts and browses, and especially recommended fot; piles.. Sold by Kennedy's Drug Store-.. TJje elub,danpes arp a success every Friday night. You can’t miss having a good tima every Friday night. notice wU> the ot LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878, —NjQJIfiE. FQR ...

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