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THE SUNDAY OKEGONIAN, PORTLAND, APRIL 15, 1900.
MORE CASES" FILED
Tannahill's Counter Charges in
the Nez Pcrces Trouble.
AGAINST COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Xefe?ndant Say It Is Dralcnrd to
Present rnrtber Prosecatlon at
Complainant, lint "Will Fail.
LEYVISTON. Idaho, April It There
were sensaUonal developments today In
the ez Perces County courthouse trou
bles. One action was filed this afternoon
la the District Court seeking to remove the
County Commissioners S. G. Isaman. A.
O. Johnson and W. A. Black from office.
Another action was Instituted In which
ex-Auditor S. O. Tannahlll seeks J20,623
damages from members of tho Board of
County Commissioners. Auditor Stookey
end Attorney Miles Johnson, and at a late
hour a warrant of arrest was Issued on
a complaint charging Commissioner Isa
roan -with the crime of perjury. The
plaintiffs In the action for removal of the
Commissioners are Tannahlll and John
Pontine, and the complaint alleges un
lawful appropriation and disbursement of
funds amounting to several hundred dol
lars. In the complaint In the damage suit.
Tannahlll alleges conspiracy on the part
of defendants in causing his (Tannahill's)
arrest on the charge of forgery of county
warrants. The perjury case against Isa
man Is based on an affidavit made by him.
on which a warrant of arrest against
Tannahlll was Issued.
Tannahlll was recently acquitted in the
District Court of forgery charges In one
of the several cases against him, and to
day's developments are the aftermath of
the prosecution. The present county ad
ministration Is Republican, and Tannahlll
is a Democrat. The latter's friends con
tend that the cases against him were
Instituted for political capital.
No surprise was expressed by the Coun
ty Commissioners as to the damage suit
filed today against them for JM.C5. They
said that when Export Cunningham made
his report, "a few days ago. showing a
largedlscrepancy In the Treasurer's books,
the Treasurer requested the board to de
lay making the report public until he and
Tannahlll, who was also Implicated In
this shortage, could go over the report
and books together. They said that they
believed that this damage suit and the
Impeachment proceedings filed with the
Clerk and Immediately withdrawn were
commenced for the purpose of trying to
scare the board and head off any pro
ceedings against the Treasurer: also to
prevent the filing of further forgery cages
against Tannahlll. The Commissioners
also say they believe that it Is also a
Democratic political scheme, but they do
not propose to stop proceedings against
Tannahlll. since additional evidence has
come to light that corroborates the rec
ords In the other forgery charges.
. Attorney Miles S. Johnson says he was
employed In these cases nt the request
of the County Attornej, and that he will
continue to appear In all the cases that
possess merit wherein he Is employed;
and that with the knowledge he now has
ho will endeavor to see that Informations
are filed In the District Court In four
more forgery cases Monday.
No arrest has been made of S. G. Isa
man. and no case filed yet charging hire,
with perjury in swearing to the complaint.
except those from Skamania, and' "Wah
kiakum, will meet In convention at the
Spokane County Courthouse The btate
Democratic Central Committee. Secretary
Thomas Maloney presiding, will on tho
same day meet and. fix the date 01 tne
state convention, probably In Spokane,
May 18. Prominent Silver Republicans
from all parts of the state are abo ex
pected to rendezvous In Spokane Monday,
and they will devise a plan of campaign
with their fusion brethren. In the even
tag the Democratic Central Committee will
give a banquet, at which all fusion lead
ers will be present, and It I expected
progress toward a close combination of tho
three parties will then be made.
X. L. Watts Set n Popnltit.
ATHENA. Or.. AprlllSfTo the Editor.)
I see In The Sunday Oregontan (April S)
that M. L. watts la a candidate for School
Superintendent of Umatilla County On the
Democratic ticket as a Populist This Is
a mistake, and In Justice to myself, both
parties as well, I wish to havfc it corrected.
I am a Democrat, and always have been.
M. L.' WATTS.
SALMON FISHING TODAY &tf&1S2r1n"n'
l S. A. Gardlnle has a beautiful home.
SCASON IN COLUMBIA RIVER TO BE.
OI! AT TtOOS.
SEWS OF LAKE COUVTV.
Log: Drive on Upper "Willamette
neadstones for Volunteers.
EUGENE, Or.. April H.-Jasper Hills
will begin Monday running a large drive
of logs for the Skeels sawmill, at Spring
field. There are 3.000.000 feet In the drive,
which will only partially fill the contract
on which Mr. Hill Is working. The logs
are now In the Middle Fork, a short dis
tance above Hyland'a.
The Second Oregon Volunteers of Lane
County have arranged for headstones to
be erected at tho graves of the volunteers
who have been burled In the county, of
whom there are now seven. The head
stones will be furnished by the Govern
ment on requisition of former comrades,
and upon their arrival here they will be
put up at the expense of the volunteers.
The city has made surveys for the Im
provement of the streets surrounding the
public square, which will be done as soon
'Many of the hopgrowers of this county
are not expecting to cultivate their yards
with as much precision as usual. The
grubbing In some yards has not been done,
and will not be. A few yards are being
plowed up. whllo no new ones are being
planted. The result will be a lighter crop
than usual, and probably some of the
hops will sot be up to the standard of
quality. Many of the growers, however,
are working with as much care at though
they were certain of a. good price In the
The Southern Pacific Company expects
that work will be resumed on the Mo
hawk branch next week.
Prospect for Jhe Industry at tfc
Opening of Operations Three
Arrratu for illegal Fishing-.
ASTORIA. Or., April It The fishing
season will open at .noon tomorrow under
more favorable conditions than for years,
so far as prlcea are concerned, and It de
pends entirely on tho run of fish whether
'the season Is to be a success. At the pres
ent time. It Is believed .that there are a
large cumber of salmon In the river.. but
they are small and generally considered
to be hatchery fish. Steelheads are
known to be plentiful in the small streams
running into the Columbia. The price for
Chi nooks will start tomorrow at 6 cents
per pound at tho canneries, and 64 cents
surrounded by S00 trees, consisting of ap
ples, pears, plums, cherries, etc He has
In all about 10 acres. j
Mr. Tatman also has a very attractive
place. His orchard embraces 20 acres of
choice fruit trees.
Mr. Brown has 16 acres, eight of which
are planted to orchard.
C W. Nessley also baa a beautiful home.
He haa" about 40 acres in one tract on
which are 3000 trees, mostly choice "Winter
I. Oldenburg has also a neat and cosy
hnm, viih troward of acres of orchard
surrounding It. He has In about S0O0
trees, -mostly Winter, apples.
TV. T. Grider has a nice home. He haa
10 acres of choice apple trees, about MO
Frank Nessley haa an attractive home,
with 21 acres, en which are 1500 trees.
Homer Nessley also has 24 acres and
about 1000 trees.
"William Proebstel. John and "William
Rynearson alsottave beautiful .homes and
house, and oar hostess said that she felt
verr trtumDhant because ahe had prevailed
,upon her cook, to wash the dish towels.
Even at tne small ana weu-acpi ousruuis
house, where we staid In London, the bed
linen was only changed once a fortnight
Of course, in regard to housekeeping the
conditions In town were different from
those lt the country, and we heard as
much complaint about unprofitable serv
ants as we ever heard In our own be
ROBERTS SAVES HIS HORSES
Jfo Farther Results of the
of Boer Taetlea.
THE LATE MRS. MARTHA JENNINGS.
RETAmrXG AX OLD LASDMAKK.
First Protextnnt Charcli IlnlldlnK on
the Pacific Slopr.
OREGON CITV. April It Workmen are
now repairing the old Methodist Church
building, which was erected in 1SB. and
bears tho distinction of being the first
Protestant edifice built on the Pacific slope
of either of the Americas. The huge,
square eleepers. hewed by hand 57 jear
ago, that support the flooring, are badly
decayed, and will be replaced by new
sawed ones. The doors, as well as the
window frames and fash, were made by
hand, the marks of the carpenter's chisel
still showing plainly. It Is the desire of
the Methodist Episcopal Church organi
zation to keep the historic old building
Intact, and preserve It as a monument.
Since the new church building was erect
ed, about 10 years since, the old building
has been occupied by stores and offices.
No changes will be made In the doors and
windows at present
The trustees of the Amlsh Mennonlte
ZIon Church, of Needy, today filed arti
cles of Incorporation In the County Clerk's
office. The value of the church property
Is $1000, and the duration of the corpora
tion is perpetual. The objects as stated
are to hold real estate and transfer the
same, and to maintain a cemetery. The
Incorporators are Emanuel L. Kenargy,
Daniel Roth and Joseph Kauffraan.
Warrants were Issued today for the ar
rest of three minor children, named Wade,
at Clackamas Station, for the purpose ot
placing them temporarily In the charge
of the Boys' and Girls' Aid Society at
Portland. The children, two boys and a
girl, are all under the age of 14. and the
complaint Is made that the children's par
ents are habitual drunkards and contin
ually neglect their offspring. Two are Ihe
children of W. R. Wade, and the other
Is a son of Robert Wade. The two par
ents are brothers, and both are widow
ers, and a summons was Issued directing
them to appear In Judge Ryan'o court on
April 21 and show cause why the children
should not be permanently committed to
the custody of the Boys' and Girls' Aid
MEDFORD TO LIGHT ITSELF.
Has Boagnt Electric Plant fo Oper
ate With City Water Works.
MEDFORD, April It Medford will now
operate her own electric lights, having
purchased the plant from Mr. Proudfoot
which he ha successfully operated the
past two years. The plant has proved a
good Investment for the owner, and the
City Council believes It will earn money
for the city. J. R. Erford has been ap
pointed superintendent The price paid
for the plant Including a considerable
amount of fuel, was VVH 36. The plant
will be operated In connection with the
city water system.
A bicycle path connecting Medford and
Jacksonville, a distance of five miles, la
well under way. John H. Orth, of Jack
sonville, has charge of the construction.
Substantial fills and durable bridges are
to be used where needed. The track Is
five feet wide, and well graveled the en
tire distance. This Is the first path con
strutted In the county, and wheelmen ore
watching It with much Interest. Work
will won be undertaken at three other
points, and with this year's tax there will
be sufficient funds to make a fair show,
lng of good paths.
FREE GURrLFO BALDNESS
TRIAL PACKAGE OF A REMARKABLE RE
MEDY TO CONVINCE PEOPLE IT
ACTUALLY GROWS HAIR.
OREGON FIOXEER OF 1840, WHO DIED AT HER HOME JflEAR. OREGO.1
CITY, MARCH SB.
at the cold-storage plants, the latter price, I A. W. Rynearson has a fine home, and
however, being for large fish only. The I about 45 acres of young orchard,
price of steelheads Is not yet announced, Mr. Llndls, foreman at the Perry saw
but will probably open at 6 cents. There mill, has 20 acres of orchard, a fine tract
will be fully as much gear in the water as , of land, on which are 1500 trees,
a year ago, although many of the gill-net j Thomas Walsh, chief train dispatcher
Quotations of Mining Stocks.
SPOKANE. April 14. The closing bids for
mining tocks today were:
BlackUU JO 09'tJMorrlson 0 02
Deer Trail Con.
Gold Ledge ...
Lone Pine Surp.
& (Princess Maud.. 4V
Hambler Cariboo 264
7.! Reservation .... 10S
IkilTom Thumb .... 1G
30 (Winnipeg 13
Ki 1SL Keserne .... 3", 5
SAK FRANCISCO. April H.-031c!al posing
quotations for mining stocks:
Alpha Con .
Kent fc Belcher...
Challenge Con ...
Con. Cat. Sc Va...
Crown Point .....
Gould & Curry...
Hale & Norcrosa,.
. 1 40
Occidental Con .
221 Peg. Belcher ...
11, flora Nevada .
M hler Hill
1 TSjrtandard ......
21 Utah Con
20 rettow Jacket .
.. S 10
WASIIIXGTOX COUNTY VOTEIIS.
Registration by Precinct to Date
About lOOO More Expected.
HILLSBORO. Or.. April 14 Registry Is
proceeding slowly In this county, the pre
cinct registration. Inclusive of yesterday,
Beaverdam ClJNorth Hlllsboro ..141
Beaerton $l,N. Forest Grovc.lS
Buxton CC RecdvllM; 92
Cornelius, 13)South" Hlllsboro.. .187
Columbia S1S. Forest Grove-.llS
Dairy lCSSouth Tualatin ... SI
Dilley 39Wapato 77
East Butt 76,Washlngton 102
East Cedar 57Vost Iiutto 47
Galea Creek S3Wcst Cedar '97
By the close of this evening's business
tho total registry, with the blanks for
warded by Justices and Notaries, make a
total of 225. It Is estimated that 1000
more will cover future registries.
Beginning with Monday, April IS. the
Sheriff will commence the sale of lands
on which taxes are delinquent for the
years 1691 to 1S97. Inclusive. The list is
rery large, and It will be several weeks
before the sales are concluded. A great
part of tho property is situated In the
West Portland Heights neighborhood.
The drainage of the city, which -was to
have begun this month, haa been post
poned, owing to the Inability of the tile
factory at North Yamhill to deliver the
tiling. Further time has been granted by
FUSIOXISTS OF WASIlJfGTOJJ.
'Will Meet Monday In Spokane to Or.
santse Their Casapala-n.
SPOKANE, Wash., April It Monday
the leaders of the fusion forces of Wash
ington will endeavor to arrive at an un
derstanding for a united front against the
common political foe, the straight Repub
licans. In the afternoon the Populist State
Central Committee and the chairman of
every County Populist Central Committee,
Leave Grocery- for Gold Mine.
KALAMA, Wash.. April it A. H.
Nunn. one of the leading merchants of
Kalama. has sold his .stock of groceries
to W. G. Madden, of Portland, and will
engage In the mining business. He has a
prospect on Mr. Carter's land, one mile
north of Kalama, which he proposes to
develop as speedily as possible.
Barnard & Co. have discovered a ledga
of gold-bearing quartz north of town that
assays CO on the surface. They will de
velop the prospect,
John Baglcy, of Molalla, recently killed
11 wildcats. ,
A 2-j ear-old mutton at Athena drosses
The first arc l'ght In McMInnvIlle'a his
tory was swung the 13th Inst.
J. A, Woolery has sold to Mary Mc
carty 219 acres near lone for J1900.
George Lowa little daughter was so
badly pcalded, near Talent, a few days
ago, that she died next day.
Sheep men of the southern part of Lane
County are to hold a meeting the 2Sth
Inst., at Cottage Grove, to organize a wool
Henry Epperson has returned to Gar
field. In Clackamas County, from the East,
where he has been settling up an estate
of 110,000. left him by an uncle.
A Monmouth firm purchased a fine herd
of milch cows In Tillamook County last
week to take to Cape Nome, at prices
ranging from SK to $57 50 per head.
Registration is still eow In many coun
ties, and rural papers are beginning to
employ big type to warn voters that they
may lose the elective franchise this year.
George Avery, a 11-year-old Corvallls
boy. found a dynamite cartridge and start
ed to drive a nail through It. He Is minus
the "thumb and index finger of his left
Three Japs, arrcoted at The Dalles for
assaulting a ejection foreman, are said to
have bad "a. Japanceo lawyer from Port
land" to assist In their defense. They
were found guilty and fined 10 each.
During an exhibition of horsc-brcaklng
In Athena, a young child ot Rev. Dewcese
was run over. A cowboy, riding a wild
horse, was attended by three others on
horseback. They went at a breakneck
speed up the street, and the child, which
was going to Its home, was knocked down
and stunned, though not seriously hurt.
The lumber company at Vlertto has 238
men employed In. the mills and lumber
yards tributary to its business. Last
month the company shipped 2,300.000 feet
of lumber. Its two mills on the Washing
ton side have a capacity of 105.000 feet of
lumber a day of 11 hours. After next
month, the mills will be run night and
day. Hands in the mill now work over
time, and sometimes get In 32 "days" a
men will not co out the first week, ot
until the run has been determined. Aside
from these there will be the
unusual occurrence of seiners
storting to work at the opening of the
season, this being possible because thero
Is no fear of high water.
The combine will start In the season i
with the Kinney, Elmore and Eureka can
neries, although its other canneries are
ready for use If needed. The other lowr
river canneries that will begin operations
on Monday are as follows:
Union Fishermen's Co-Operatlve. Mc
Gowan's. Columbia River Packing Com
pany's. Sanborn's, Booth's, Megler's and
The canneries on the upper river will not
start up for some time.
Four of the principal seining grounds
will begin fishing tomorrow or Mon
day, They are Tallant's, Cook's. Miller's,
and Kaboth's. Thero will be four cold
storage buyers In the market, the same as
last year Trescott, Schmidt, Atler and
Both. All these are eager to secure fish,
and as the rivalry among them is strong.
some fancy prices for choice salmon may
Deputy Fish Commissioners Loughery.
of this state, and Butts, of Washington,
made a trip up the river last evening to
discover Illegal fishing. They arrested four
fishermen and captured one net that a
fisherman had abandoned at the approach
of the deputies. The capture was
made in one of the sloughs near
Clifton. The men were tried this morn
ing and fined S50 each. The fine was paid
by the cannerymen for whom the men
work. The fisherman whose net was cap
tured will come to this city, plead guilty,
pay his fine and get his net back again.
It is said.
The American bark Harry Morse cleared
at the Custom-House today for Bristol
Bay, Alaska. She has a foil cargo of
cannery supplies. Including 1000 empty
barrels, 2S.000 cases and cans for the
Alaska Fishermen's Packing Company.
There are on board 61 fishermen and sail
ors and 93 Chinamen. Last season this
comtany put up 2L000 cases, but this season-It
Is the. Intention to pack 30,000 cases
and also put up 1000 barrels of salt sal
The habeas corpus case commenced sev
eral daya ago by Mrs. Josle Hubbard
against Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Hubbard,
of Seaside, to gain possession of her
three minor children, was dismissed this
afternoon, with the understanding that
for the O. R. & N. Co., has 1000 choice
apple trees on 23 acres of land.
Mr. Hall has a fine home and a 10-acre
C. H. Huffman also has an attractive
home, surrounded by S00 trees on 10 acres.
Wlh the exception of three or four,
these orchards are all young! not being
over 5 -years old.
Xetr Tamhlll County Teachers.
MTHNNYILLE. Or.,. April It The
County Examining Board, consisting of
Superintendent E. V. Llttlefleld. Profes
sor E. Northup and Professor H. L. Mc
Cann. today completed Its examination of
teachers' papers, and found tho following
to have passed:
First grade E. F. Perkins. J. B. Stil
well W. S. Buell and Charles E. Hos
kins. Second grade Era E. Keys and Annie
L. Dudley. .
Third grade Jasper MlUer, Lenna
Martin, James Dodson, Emma Gill,
Ray H. Wlsecarver. Myrtle Gardner.
Jennie E. Jones, Elizabeth Gowdy, Ida
Stewartson, Pearl M. Harris, Susie Bran
son, Edward Dodson, Irene E. Bones,
Grace E. Dudley, Manetta Jones, Orba
B. Branson, Ora DeLashmutt and Nina
Primary certificates Genora Rlnehart
and Margaret IngUs.
A Biennial Infliction.
Portland Dispatch, Dem.
It seems that somebody Is determined
to Inflict the people ot this state with
"Cyclone Davis" again, and It Is an
nounced that he Is to speak In this cltj
on the 17th. He works his mouth In tb
North for Democratic pay, and In the
South for Republican com. The fellow
la a political prostitute, and his Influence
tor any cause amounts to little. Hit
mouth, which Is his only capital, Has been
worn out for either good or bad.
Coos Will Hold. Bounty Tax.
COQUILLB CITT. Or., April 12. The
County Treasurer has the funds In hand
and will remit the state tax In a day ot
so. Acting under Instructions from th
County Court, the remittance will be
J766 57 short, the amount being the collec
tion on account of the scalp bounty tax.
The court has decided to hold the amount
until the courts shall pass on the legality
ot the measure.
NEW YORK, April 11. A dispatch to
the Tribune from London says:
There has been a complete shrink
age in war news during the
last 21 hours. There are no
further details of Botha's recon
naissance of Clery's position, which has
dwindled into an outpost affair with ar
tillery practice on both sides. The extent
to which General Butler's army has been
reduced by the withdrawal of troops un
der General Hunter Is not yet known,
but the strength of his force Is probably
three times as great as Botha's, and It
needs to be, since the Boers will be
operating on the defensive under most
No further results of the change of
Boer tactics in the Free State ore report-
ed. General Roberts hojds the railway
line In great strength from Norval's to
the Modder River, and Is not diverted
eastward or westward by the Dutch
strategy. He is saving his horses for a
march northward, and allows the raiders
to hang on his eastern flank from Wepen
er and Smlthfleld to Thabanchu and Win.
burg. Wepener still remains In possession
of the colonial garrison, and no additional
advantage has been gained by the Dutch.
They have taken seven guns and 1000
prisoners during the fortnight, but other
wise their counterstroke has failed, since
General Roberts forces are massed for
tho march to the Vaal River In over
whelming strength, and cannot be divert
ed to the hills In the least. General Rob
erts' last reports are cheerful, the Boer
movement having been checked and
Wepener holding out well.
Much has been telegraphed about Gen
eral Roberts' heavy losses In horses and
transport animals during the march
across the country to Bloemfonteln, but
nothing has been said about similar losses
on the Boer side. It Is continually as
serted among military men that there
were three horses for every Boer at the
opening of the war, whereas only a por
tion of their force can now be mounted
at all. The Dutch have' also lost an Im
mense, number of oxen, and are crippled
In transport service. Their raiding op
erations have exhausted their horses,
whereas French's cavalry brigades will
be fresh for service when marching or
ders are Issued.
The only weak point In the British cam
paign Is Mafeklr.g. Veterans here are
anxious about the fate of the garrison,
and are unable to perceive how General
Carrington can relieve It without a march
of BOO miles, which will take up many
weeks. The closest observers are not con
vinced that this attempt will be made, but
are disposed to believe that his force will
be employed exclusively on the northern
frontier of the Transvaal.
Two Wnya of Looking at Marrlaa;e.
Marriages prompted wholly, or princi
pally, by prudence, ambition or conveni
ence, -are, among ourselves as elsewhere,
no doubt common enough; but their true
character is never publicly acknowledged.
They are practically condoned; they are
not theoretically npproved or; and the
general feeling ot all classes of the com
munity demands that they should. 'in or
der to make them decent, be draped wltn
some fiction of attachment, though at
tachment may be quite wanting. That
such is the case Is proved by the whole
body ot our Imaginative -literature and
by almost every play that Is put on the
English stage. Novelists and dramatists
alike assume In their readers or their
audiences a belief that love Is essential
as. an antecedent condition to any mar
riage that Is not a tragedy or a sacrilege:
and a large proportion of our most suc
cessful novels and plays. In the absence
of this belief, would become very nearly
This national view of the matter be
comes more sharply marked, when It Is
contrasted with the view of It which pre-
Prcvcnts Hair Falling Out, Removes Dandruff, Restores
Prematurely Gray Hair to Natural Color, Stops Itching
and Restores Luxuriant Growth to Eyebrows,
Eyelashes and Shining Scalps.
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MISS EMMAEM02TD, Salem, liass.
CHAS. TV. BISHOP, Latnrop. Mich,
ISAAC ADAMS, Lake City, Iowa.
Those who are losing their hair or have part
ed with their locks caff hare it restored by &
remedy that is sent free to all. A Cincinnati
Sim has concluded that the bert way to con
vince peopla that hair can be grown on any
head Is to let them try It. and aee for them
selves. All sorts of theories have been ad
vanced to account for falling hair, but aftr
an. It Is the remedy wa are after and not the
theory. People who need more hair or are anx
ious to save, what they hare, or from sickness.
dandruff or other causes have lttft their hair,
should at nnos send their name and addma
to tho Altenhelm Medical Dispensary. 1004
BntterSeld Bids.. Cincinnati. Ohio. Inclos
ing a 2-cent stamp to cover postage, and thy
will forward, prepaid, by mall a sulSclent free
trial package ot their remedy to fully prove Its
remarkable action In quickly removing all
trace of dandruff and scalp diseases and forc
ing a new growth of hair.
MISS EMMA EMOSD.
The portraits of Miss Emma Emond show
what a striking difference la made In a per
son when the bald bead Is cohered with hair.
Miss Emond was totally bald, the hair follicles
not only upon her head, but upon her ee
brows. being completely contracted, not tho
sign of a hair being found. She sent for a
free trial of the Foso Remedies, and was re
warded by a growth of hair which for thick
ness, quality and luxuriance was as remark
able as the result was gratifying. Miss Emond
lives In Salem. Mass.. at 770 1 ashlneton St.
ISAAC II. ADAMS.
Isaac K. Adams, of Xake City. Iowa. Is a
conspicuous example ot the fact that bald
ness can be cured. He ears: "Mr hair came
out so bad that I got bald all over the top
of my head and the scalp got shiny. I used
MBS. J. S. WEED. Sew Albanv. Pa.
MRS. J. S. WECD.
Mrs. J. S. 'Weed. Treasurer of Strarti Corps.
Jfo. 01. W. It. C ulth headquarters at New
Albany. Bradford Co.. ra . owes a luxuriant
KTotrth of hair to the famous Foso Remedies,
and. although past fifty years of are. her hair
grew out with astonishing luxu-lance. Mrs.
Weed kindly consented to permit her photo
grnriis to be sketched, one taken some time
ago when she was prematurely bald and a
later one taken recently showing the beautiful
effects ot this remarkable hair grower.
CHAS. W. BISHOP.
The experience of Chas. W. Bishop, of La
tnrop. Mich, will doubtless encourag many
another bald head to "go thou and do like
wise." Mr. Bishop sent for a free trial of the
Foso Remedy, and by diligent aprlicatlon has
secured a fine growth of balr. as shown In
his portrait above. Mr. Bishop -ays: "Al
though 1 am 57 years old and had a shining
crown for many years. I am glad to say that
this wonderful remedy has made my hair grow
out In a most remarkable manner It becan
with a lino fuzz, gradually setting stronger
and thicker, until I could comb and brush It as
In the days of my youth. I can honestly rec
ommend It to cerjone."
write rort fixee Trtii
Th thousands of reople who are bald or
ars losing their hair and thlntbe condition Is
incurable should send tielr name and ad
dress to the Altenhclm Medical Dispensary.
1034 Butterfleld BulldlnK. Cincinnati. Ohio.
Inclosing a 2 - cent stamp to co er post
age, for a free trial of this vonderful hair
rmvir. It is not a Datent medicine product.
I but the discovery of a well-known chemist and
author. Prof, fatokes. en the subject of hair
! and its growth. It has had a most remark-
able success, and has fully settled the last
hi. h,l. an h. lai, tn t! n mi rm lint KaTin
h Vosa Treatment, and in forty-eight hours I head, no matter what caused it to fall out or
the remainder of my hair stopped falling out. ' how many years the scalp has been sblny
and In a few weeks I had as flno a growth Send for the free trial today and make a test
cf hair aa any man would want." Mr. Adams of this truly marvelous hair trrower. Send for
sent his photographs to the proprietors of the it. whethir you have any faith or nou It will
Foso Remedies to show what a remarkable astonish jou with Its wonderful effect on tho
change has "been produced. scalp.
vails generally In France, where affection
as an antecedent to marriage is generally
disregarded, and where marriages are gen
erally arranged not by the principals, but
by their relations. To the average Eng
lishman this practice Is shocking; and he
Is accustomed to emphasize his condem
nation of it by pointing to the frequency
In France of liaisons after marriage.
which he looks on as Its horrible, thougn
strictly natural, consequence. And In this
view of the matter there Is certainly much
truth a truth abundantly illustrated by
French novels and tho French drama.
While the English dramatist and novel
ist treat love as the foundation of mar
riage, the French dramatist and novelist
treat love as a defiance ot it.
.Hifi-S- " '1
of the children will probably be decided
by the Circuit Court.
Th . Tiavroll of the Seattle postofflce
the plaintiff should be permitted to visit , takes J3M0 every two weeks.
the children. The question of the custody j An order has been placed for lumber lor
UUUUiag 11 M5UiU6 ." w ... .-....
J. E. Brown, of Garfield, has a contract
for; supplying 100.00 sawed ties to the O.
K. &. N. Co., at 21 cento each.
John V. Woodhouse, the Inventor of sev
eral appliances for smelting ellver-lcad
ores," died at Anacortes Thursday, at the
age of 75.
General fund warrants of the state now
run lees than a year, and the State Treas
ureresttmates that at, the present rate
efredempion the state will be on a cash
basis, within two years.
A bicycle thief stole a wheel belonging
to W. I. Herat. In Spokane, Tuesday
evening. To the handles of the wheel
was attached a pouch. In which were ne
gotiable papers, to the value of about JC00.
An adjustment of the back uses ot the
Northern Pacific, amounting to about $112.
000 since 1S93. is under consideration by
the Pierce County Commlesloners. Set
tlements have been effected with all the
counties In the state except Clark, Thurs
ton, King and Pierce.
Charles Bozlne. a German. Is In the
county jail at Dayton, being cared for
The Red Hen will meet In state conven
tion at Spokane May S, 9 and 19.
Many Acres of Choice Trees In Union
. La Grande Journal.
There is perhaps no place in the United
States where fruitgrowing could be made
a more profitable Industry than In the
Grande Ronde Valley. Experience has
proven that fruit grown In the said valley
can be brought as near to perfection as'
In any other place on God's green earth.
The apple, pear, prune, cherry and all
small fruits are In their natural home
when planted here, the soli and climate
being well adapted to their requirements.
One would be perfectly safe In making
the assertion that In no other place can
the apple be brought nearer to perfection
than here. This fact has been demon
strated time and again, but at no time
was It ever better demonstrated than last
Every home In Fruttdalo shows slsms
of thrift and prosperity, peace and con- , on account of Injuries' received from ex
tentment. Without an exception the posure to storms and cold. Bozlne had
houses are neat, the places kept up, 1 been drinking last week, when he went to
showing signs of good husbandry In every h!a ranch, on tho Pattit. Last Sunday he
nome. Tne success of the Frultdale or- J was discovered by neighbors standing in
chards Is going to mark an Important era a snow drift, shoeless and almost disrobed.
In Iha ts-tjst,istv4a1 1IA as lkl ...it.-. -. ' "01 .&. .. wkvam l-m.. atmlsaf
In the industrial life of this section ot
the state. Every place in Frultdale Is
conducted In a systematic manner, which
Is an attraction one will notice at once.
There Is no slipshod way of doing things
noticeable. In or about any of the houses.
Mr. Kellye neat home, surrounded by
five acres of orchard. Is an attraction and
presents a home scene of contentment and
J. T. and A. I. Richardson, of La
Grande, have 25 acres In orchard. They
have 2000 trees, mostly Winter apples.
W. A. Meszner has 10 acres in orchard
ton nu sv-acre tract The trees look
His feet were frozen, and he was almost
Dearth of Towels.
One drawback to lodging-house life In
England. If one makes long stays. Is the
curious scarcity of towels and napkins;
which, moreover, are seldom renewed.
.This Is so doubt partly owing to the
prevailing; English custom of "putting out"
the family wash. At a private bouse
where we were visiting our hosts were
much astonished to hear that at home In
America our. washing was done in the
The bloom of youth t the freshness of health : a clear. trip;ht
complexion, tatr and pure as the lily sought for by every wo- yvw -fy
man found only where there is what? Health! Health only v-vStay
w . - . m - - - V ..s"tS
will etve you a clear skm. a o-ood commexion. Health shows itself V
in other ways, too, but it's complexions we're talking about to-dav.
It's "Inside" health-you want, to give vou a clear comolexion. All
the face powders, cosmetics, face bleaches. &c won't deceive even voursclf.
Freckles, even, are beautiful, if they aooear on a healthy skin. If vou
have Dyspepsia If you are constipated or bilious if any of Nature's de-
purators the Skin, Liver, Kidneys or Bowels do not procerlv perform their
functions, you can have neither health nor a clean complexion.
will help you to perform these functions in the way Nature intended it should be
done gently. Abbey's Salt Is made from the salts extracted from the juices of
rresn rrujts. it tones up the stomach ; dissipates the bile; keeps the Liver and
Kidneys in proper working order, your system clear of impurities and your
Dioou pure. I r.at is the way to have a clear complexion. Nothing: but
Abbey's Salt will do this so thoroughly and yet so gently that you will
not oe aware oi its action, but only teel the improvement tt makes tn your
health and notice that your face reflects that health. Headaches are
unknown where Abbey's Salt is used regularly. The daily use of
ALL. - C-l.. ?f -.- i f 1 1 i.
Tiuocy i Jan wm posiuvciy seep you in gooa neaiin.
Dr. J R. Scuon. N. Y cues " Since Breast-1 partible and elective, and the only thing of its
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lag iccnaiated with tit acti arte and catcre
ei roar sail, comDioes ritctlIltTC qultln.
itwco 10 my rnrscs aaa saueats.
ASSey t ECe-vejcert Silt relieves chronic
scae whics I thought due :o dos hav.
ig aa i w cureo ayie'J ST lew
doses uk:a (or cornlsr sezd-
ac3cv. wu& ;oe aoove pieu-
sat cotsetic eaecu My
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Iced oc the tcarkn.
The Montreal Medicil Journal sutes: " Ab
bey s Enerresceat ba:: .s one si the snt usc
fulresedies icaowaforketptrg the blood
and the systeta gcreraUy la crope" condi
tion, uy iti ccKa::t uc ice systeta la
kept clean, tte digestive e-gis la a
nonaai concition. aaa a aeaizsy ap-
pczraccc 35 cicr, snga: coc:
Slexioa U the inevitable result."
Ujoa sees iSrrloicIeiaslsttiltcAbbeT'tStM. Itmtsck ber'
am rtraurt; roe nil sttz i apnit cicusict E
tut our uniaiii it uoursi joor uuli sttlti I
25c. SOc aud SI. 00 per bottle.