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Best Baking Powder
The Official Government Reports:
The United States Government, after elaborate
tests, reports the Royal Baking Powder to be of
greater leavening strength than any other. (Bui
The Canadian Official Tests, recently made, show
the Royal Baking Powder highest of all in leaven
ing strength. ( B ulletin 1 0,. 1 6, Inland Rev. Dep.)
In practical use, therefore, the Royal Baking
Powder goes further, makes purer and more perfect
food, than any other.
Government Chemists Certify:
The Royal Baking Powder is composed of pure and
wholesome ingredients. It does not contain either alum or phos
phates, or other injurious substances.
" Edward G. Lov, Ph. D."
The Royal Baiting Powder is undoubtedly the purest
ind most reliable baking powder offered to the public .
" Henry A. Morr, M. D., Ph. D."
The Royal Baking Powder is purest in quality and high,
tst in strength of any baking powder of which I have knowledge.
."Wu. McMurtrie, Ph. D."
1.1. roar mistakes teach yoa something.
O" Li. ...... l.i Ik. uillilurtiuM
. ..I. D.A.,A.'fif Trm'hfm" nrA aitlltllfl
U conrenietil tor urunuuiui aiieuiiuuaanu
teflejciirelinouiKMl for the "lntoxlcu
J: Hi lore." .
jm tlesnlng la necessary In spring: ao la
jtlloud runner nr meamug.
jlnunellne Stove PolUh: no dust, no amell.
A fT0ii) of mechanics was seated
isthettpne-room when one said:
Ho wis ft Tom?" "I was
tnglit tip flapped 'gainst tho
itiliux ana wb"-led down to the
in. I lay tnme like one dead,
ml ercry nrnscle was sprained I
a rami in one dny," Wnat
ST. JACOBS OIL
iitl etjaol facility and certainty
hi cured promptly and penna
wUt worse cases. Here is one
ito suffering half a lifetime,
tPoBinerSt.. Cleveland, 0., Aug. H'88.
It 1S51 ipreined my arm clubblug
btstnuU; ruuld not lift my arm:
wunt pain until 1880, when tit.
Jitut Oil cured me.
Of course his face is wreathed
' smiles Mike hundreds of thou
of smokers who appre
Jteapure, mild, sweet smoke.
: mastiff plug cut was not ail
disclaimed for it, how else
"Id so great a business and
e have developed in so short
' Tobacco Co., Richmond, Vlrgiula.
CABBAGE AND ROMANCE.
r2 5 n,a ln alam holding
Lw-tV "aht u her ihown or eny-
II mm. - ' 1 c m .vain, hiiu c u
! Ihw irf goods in the market
I. "rwuur will IfiflBr ITaTriT INUI
! HE?,,.Tor? IMPROVED PlaU
1 2?!H' b "ater hint at vtry
1 utaHy1" ,llt! aleo not lo peel or
""' maler to man fooa
"Ui in either point. Thertart
'""Sicker uenain impmeu
lit i , Tr f'H (below.)
"dicn uut i
I li5i''i,t' r la faultlee and ao la that
!io '""A containing only Na-
I "wrtIIWdi.. llTL.lt
.. vV!.''' the him.. l vuuiip
:,Jaf ". ,.LIH- VIGCR by the use of
-'Me-ML0"' Blqoo Purifier.
' Son. p'" Cure O' !1 IiseaM ol
Bladder and Liver. It
ij'1 Malaria, relieve
'tikTi. )T1aia and Biliousness, nd
R,' hiinT V'e'tem fcy m"in
.lj " " ievcmauveoi aisean.
evcrvwbere. U a bottle, 6kxt5.
rS W??" U on kind aod at kmg
W1.! U aHar am.
" 183 Fear! St, K. T.
1 Ninety-two Pound Head Lead a to aa
Investment of 400,000 and a Wedding.
Romance and the rose go hand in
hand, and the dainty violet and the mod
est lily have often opened thn porulsof
love, but it 1ms been left to California
to produce the only cabbage that ever
led to a real romance that wound up
in a wedding.
According to the unquestionable
itutemcnt of Granville W. Aleiander,
l grain merchant of tliU city, there
tood in front of tho door of one of San
Francisco's real estate dealers a cab
bage from San Bernardino county
weighing ninety-two pounds, and said
to bo tho largest ever raised. While
this production of California's great
ness was on exhibition the Oregon ex
press landed from England two Brit
ons so fresh from their native soil that
they walked along the dry and dusty
streets with surtouts down to their an
kles and their trousers rolled up to meet
their coats. They were both bound for
Australia. Passing ulong they espied
tho wonderful cabbage. Both men
stopped short. Up went two single
"By Jove ! old boy. but that's a doo
sedly lurge cabbage, doneherknow."
"Doosedly large," replied the second
surprised son of Albion, and then they
both went in and inquired of the real
estate man where it was grown.
Both men were wealthy. Both men
were cousins, and while unknown to
them the busy hand of fate was now at
work, it only scMied to the curiosity
seekers that in deciding that life would
be misspent unless they saw the land
upon which the cabbngo grew that
they were obeying the idle whim of idle
gentlemen in going to bun Bernardino
to do so. And so they went.
Englishmen as a rule are not gar
rulous, and these two frieuds were no
exception. Once in San Bernardino
they were directed to the farm where
the cabbage grew. They remained two
weeks. At the end of that time one of
them said to the rancher:
"I want so much of your land in a
certain section. How much isit worth?"
"Four hundred thousand dollars."
It was paid for. The other friend
said to the rancher:
"Your daughter is very beautiful, and
I love her. I want to make her my
Several months ago there was a wed
ding at the rancli. There were a num
ber of people present, friends of the
family, and the groom threw aside his
taciturnity long enough at the supper
table to tell how the big cabbage had
led to his happiness. San Francisco
Historical San Joan la No More.
The old historical town of San Juan
is no more. One day a man known as
"Whispering Pete" set fire to some
debris of an old stable some distance
from the old town, which rapidly spread
over a hay field and soon reached the
buildings (which were unoccupied) ol
the old town, and soon nothing but
ashes were left to mark the spot. Sun
Juan town reached the height of it
glory during the time the American army
was occupying the garrison near by.
After the withdrawal of the army
the town was soon abandoned, and
business centered at Friday Harbor.
It was on the memorable Fourth ol
July, 1839. that Mr. McKay and Oakt
hoisted the American flag and de
manded of Gen. Harney the protection
of the United States. Gen. Harney at
once sent Capt. Pickett luter known
as the gallant Confederate general who
led the Confederates at Gettysburg
and the Islands composing the fair and
prosperous county of San Juan were
saved to the United States. San Juan
(Puget Sound) Graphic.
A I'olqoe Idea.
They were talking the other day of
the most sensible marriage on record.
When the would be bridegroom put
the twual question to papa that fine,
soldierly gentleman gazed a few sec
onds into vacancy, then he turned his
eyes on the expectant lover and spoke
"There is plenty of room in the
house; come and live with us for six
months. At the expiration of that
tune if you wish to marry my daughter
and she wishes to marry you we will
order the weddiiig breakfast."
The breakfast has been ordered and
eaten; but if all engaged couples were
put on thai sort of probation there
might be fewer unbapvy marriagua.
Ltaudoa Tit-Bita. .
T fruitful yeara nava com and foaa,
The anuuiu pal J t.vir loll
To tinw, and each bu Kirea ma
lu goud lo help Vie a bole;
And I auo'l hem ai thirty na
To num up all the y"ar,
Tooouut the worth of what Uiey brought.
Jy, torrow, uuiliv and loan
My childhood boura are with to atiU,
lo memory' .M-a cup;
And girlhood 4 Jewel ghiea. loo;
And wouutuhoud shin up
Into my eager, searching ey
Which see ihewi genu of uiina,
lu spile of flaws, in u of wrong,
Or uuvlnu cutting, still do shin.
What If I man.l midway In Ufa
With youth beyond recallr
It bas beeu mm,., an I from my soul
Its good can no inure fall
Thau cull the growth of yesterday
From yonder glow ing tree,
That used the tnuuleut, let it go,
. And ki'i iu good, you see.
The coming years are no "declioa."
KIm I am much to blame;
If I look down iuHtead of up.
If eagerniw grown tame.
If inspiration lowers aims
Because I hare grown "wlso,1'
If sunshine seems a thing lea glad.
If 1 search not theskle.
Beoauao, Ind.-ed, they have not dropped
The star I reached to grasp,
If I am heedlew of the gem
Within my bund's loose clasp.
Then, 1 nm much to blame, I say
For all the yeara were mine
To have, to hulil, to use, to give.
To make my future slime.
The beat of life has not gone by,
It still la mine, I hold;
Tdlay, to-morrow, coming dnya,
Most surely they eufold
The treasure I have grown unto.
Bo midway, here I stand
And nay: Life I still very good,
Willi height on every hand I
Juniata Stafford iu Chicago Tribune
It is always amusing to encounter
anybody newly provided with a dog,
especially if it bo his or her first dog.
There is a mixture of pride, of self
consciousness and of anxiety in the
owner which is somewhat similar, I
presume, to tho emotions of a woman
with a baby, and certainly not unlike
the fluttering concern of a hen with a
brood of chicks. If the dog, as often
happens, is a puppy, the green owner
is apt to feel an alurui on one point
that is quite unnecessary grown dogs
will not molest a puppy they respect
his tender years and innocent nature.
But this great truth in natural history
Is often overlooked. Only the other
day I saw in Commonwealth avenue a
young lady leading forth a St. Bernard
rough coated pup, a soft, yielding mass
of fluffy brown and white. To caress
him would be a delight; to hug him,
rapture. Tho fiercest bull terrier would
not have harmed a hair of his round,
infantile head. But the young woman
whipped out her lush and stood guard,
even at the approach of an Irish setter.
I longed to set her mind at rest Bos
Dress of the Fifteenth Century Spaniard.
The Spaniards wero the best dressed
men in Europe in the Fifteenth cent
ury, They were the first to introduce
the more saddish colors, as they were
termed, in men's attire an innovation
that was accepted by well dressed men
the world over. When King Philip
married Queen Mary, of England, the
exquisites took up the Spanish vogue,
which was maintained for many years
thereafter. Philip Sydney, Sir Walter
Raleigh, and others of tho royal set
were the first to usstime the costume of
the Spanish origin and make it the
fashion. It consisted of a very easy
doublet fitting the body, the trunks to
the knees expanded artificially, and be
low the hose. The colors were dark.
Sir Walter Raleigh's white velvet suit
decorated with pearls was a bold devia
tion from tho usage of the times. It
was worn at Queen Elizabeth's ball and
has been immortalized on canvas.
Clothier and Furnisher.
For the Ingenious to Solve.
The Washington National Tribune
revives this: 0x-n a book at random
and select a word within the first ten
lines and within the tenth word from
the end of the line. Now double the
number of tho page and multiply the
sum by 5, then add 20, then add the
number of the line you have selected,
then add 6; multiply tho sum by 10.
Add the number of the word in the
line. From this subtract 250, and the
remainder will indicate in the unit
column the number of the word, in the
ten column the number of the line, and
the remaining figures the number of
The following also is recalled by the
recent publication of the 21 puzzle or
catch; Arrange the figures 1, 3, 8, 7, 9,
using each once and none more than
twice, so that the sum will be 2L
ABE LINCOLN'S MAIL.
Tb Presidential Candidal and Hla Ab
senra of "Hlg Head."
"You aw," an Id the middle aged
man. "I wiu born In Springfield, Ilia.,
and lived there until after the war.
J From my earliest boyhood Abe Lin
coln was to me an liiipivwlva figure.
He used to come to my father's store,
tick his feet on the counter and talk
about the affairs of the nation. I was
present one night when Abe came in,
looking as melancholy as a man whose
bens won't lay.
"'What's the mutter, Lincoln V my
" 'Oh, nothing much. I'm dis
couraged a bit I fear my tilt with
Douglas was not very successful.'
"'Nonsense, Abe,' remarked my
father. 'Your words have electrified
the country. They will bear a rich
fruit for you. Your reputation has
been merely local heretofore, now it is
" 'Do you think sot Well, I hope
you're right' Then the future presi
dent stalked out Into the night, look
ing more cheerful than when he en
tered. "I will never forget the first few
days after he was nominated. At that
time Springfield had no postal deliv
ery, and we were in the habit of going
to the postotllce late In the afternoon
for our mail. Sometimes 200 people
would gather In and near the postotllce.
The evening after ho wits chosen presi
dential candidate by Ills party Abe
came to the postofflee as usual for his
letters. He wits drced in tho homely
fashion of the time and place, and
greeted his neighbors iu his dsuul
democratic way. He found his box
full of letters and newspapers.
"The next afternoon he came again.
This time his mail filled three boxes.
He was dressed with more cure than
he had been the day before. On the
third duy after his nomination he ap
peared at the postotllce with a basket
ou his arm. He went away with his
basket pockets and hut overflowing
with envelopes, newspapers, campaign
"After that ho was obliged to era
ploy the services of a secretary, who
collected his mail, and we saw but little
of the great man. Whenever he ap
peared in public, however, we noticed
that he wore what gossips called 'his
"Those were lively times in Spring
field. The town was overrun with
prominent men from all parts of the
country. It was my privilege to at
tend the reception given to his fellow
townsmen by Lincoln after his election.
I will never forget the picture he pre
sented as he towered above his wife
and greeted his old friends. There was
not in his manner the slightest indica
tion of what is now called 'the big
head.' Mrs. Lincoln was very gracious
and made a fine impression that night
1 beard Abe say to my father in the
hallway as wo were about to leave:
" i guess Mary will carry herself
right well In Washington, old man.'
"Speaking of Mrs. Lincoln reminds
me of an episode that took place some
years before Abe became a national
hero. There was a well to do tailor ln
Springfield who owned a handsome
house just across the street from the
Lincolns. Mrs. Lincoln did not feel
pleased that a tailor should live In a
Oner residence than that occupied by a
leading lawyer. When Abe was off on
circuit therefore she had a story added
to their house. The Job was nearly
finished when Abe returned. He strode
down the street, gazed at his house In
surprise, and then crossed to the tailor's
side of the road.
" 'Who lives in that palatial man
sion over there T he asked of his neigh
bor. " The widow Lincoln.' answered the
smiling tailor. Then was heard a voice
from the top story of the Lincoln
" 'Abe, Abe, come to dinner. You're
late. '"-New York World.
'Tommy, I am afraid you don't like
to be told of your fuul ts, " said a mother,
and Tommy replied evasively, "Well, I
can bear hearing about one or two, but
folks always think of so many I"
It does indeed seem at times as if our
friends, having begun to rehearse our
failings, were determined to make a
thorough piece of work.
Two little boys had been making a
visit, and on the morning of their de
parture the father said to the elder:
'Dick, why is your hair so rough V
"I couldn't smooth it, papa. I've
packed my comb."
"And from the state of your hands I
conclude you must have packed your
nail brush too."
"Yes, papa, last night"
"I guess he must have packed up his
prayers, too, chimed in the younger
brother, " 'cause he didn't say 'em last
night or this morning!" Youth's Com
panion. Gave Them Peace.
Out in Mattoon, Ills., they tell this
enrv of Gen. Graf it: It was in tliat
town that the Twenty-first Illinois in
fantry was mustered in. A Mr. Goode
ion made colonel. lie was a man who
neglected his duties, and the Twenty-
first was wid to liave been a rougn
It became the terror
of that vicinity. Nobody was safe after
HavW and it required some courage to
go out in daylight The citizens sent
a petition to Governor Yates to save
them from the devastations of the
Twenty first Uncle Dick sent over
Grant and in a wt an angel couia
f,. painnefl on the place without fear
of tuoleaUtion. New York Tribune.
The Omnipresent Smoker.
Several wives want us to Implore
smokers, among whom their husbands
are numbered, to spare at least the
parlors and nurseries of their homes
from the noxious fumes of tobacco. It
would do no good for us to comply
with the request of these afflicted
wives. If men could fly thousands of
them would be seen wheeling through
the air with cigars ln their mouths.
This assumption is based on the well
known fact that there are rew places at
present accessible to man In which he
does not smoke.
In the street in the bath, In bed; as
a nedestrian. as an equestrian, and be
hind that mightier puffing machine.
the locomotive engine, man oners In
cense to the deity whom an Irishman
calls "the Goddess of Fumigacit."
Indeed the smoke of tobacco, like the
smoke of the bottomless pit ascendeth
upward forever. New York Ledger.
Danger Id Some Kind of Work.
Soma nccunntions are In their nature
dangerous to health. Persons em
ployed in the manufacture ol wnite
lead, for Instance, show in their pallid
faces the poisonous effects of the vapor
of lead gases Inhaled, and few are able
tn ivinriiiiin in the work for more than
ten or twelve years. It should be said,
however, that good autiionties assert
that a continuous milk diet will effect
an elimination of the poison.
8o, also, those whose daily wora in
volves the Inhalation of much dust
especially that of iron, copper, black
lead and coal, can hardly escape harm
unless they wear nasal protectors, and
train themselves to keep the mouth
shut Youth's Companion.
China brie a brae has taken the place
of the conventional bisque ornaments.
Beautiful and ornamental vases and
Jars cost from fifty cents to as many
dollars. Dresden ornaments are pretty
and quaint One exquisitely beautiful
specimen, alout fifteen inches high, of
Doulton ware, is a soft cream color,
decorated with wild rows in delicute
pink and yellow, outlined with raised
gold. It is only t)70, and this, I was
aanured, is moderate price.- New
What Ailed Bar.
"I have something to tell you, Al
fred," she said, as they stood under
ttie trelliscd portico previous to his de
imrture. "Jack Asliton. to whom I
was engaged seven years ago, has re
turned." "Of course ho can't Insist on the en
gagement," replied Alfred Vurgruve
with emotion, "now that you have
promised to lie my wife."
"No," rather hesitatingly. "But he
has Ih-coiiio immensely rich."
"You would havo me release you,
then, so that you might marry him I"
exclaimed Alfred fiercely.
"No." still hesitatingly. "I am only
thinking whether you wouldn't annus
a fortune sooner by going away for
seven years than by hanging around
hero waiting for my uncle to die."
Chicago iSM'cial Press Bureau,
A Chinese KITort.
The following epistle from a market
man to a lady who dealt with him is
published In The North China Herald,
of Shanghai: "Please don't cut my
weight the Ugof mutton at tho lost day
I sent ti 12 lb. according your Cut half
pound, sent buck have got six pound
and the price I charge your ten rent for
pound anybody Charge U cent pound I
give you the price very cheaper. My
dear Sir, Your Loving Marek Men."
The call "Biddy, biddy," to hens
and chickens is nut explained. The
dictionaries say "biddy" is a childish
inline for a hen; but where did the
child get the name? The other farm
yard culls, such as "Chick, chick," to
the hens, "Turk, turk," to the turkeys,
and "Duck, duck," to tho ducks, seem
to need no explanation.
SAFETY IN Till MIDST OF DANGER,
This would seem a contradiction la ao, In
fact, to the eye. Hut experience haa proved Its
ixaalblllty. Take the rase ol the Individual who
wells In malarloiia region. A robust consti
tution 1 no certain ileteuse against the realcl
chill. Whet t? Recorded testimony, covering
a period little short ol hall a century, prove
that Hiwtctter'a Stomach Hitter la precisely till.
Thi continent doe not limit the Held where the
medicine bus proved It emery. In south Amer
ica, the Isthniu of I'anama, Mexico, everywhere
lu fact where miasma born disease take on It
moot obstinate ami formidable type, the Hitter
1 a rveognliied apeclmi 111 Illimitable demand
and prescribed by physldana of repute. Potent,
too, Is It In disorders of the stomach, liver, and
bowel, and gHlul that deatmyer, la grippe. It
Improve appetite and sleep, ueulrallxea rheu
uiatliiu aud kidcey complaint.
Delsarte. with all his study In the art of ges-
tlculntion, never succeeded In equaling the ex-
Iiresxlou ol a dog's tall when hi master put on
lis coat lor a walk.
ALWAYS OIVINO SATISFACTION.
Rrahiikkth's Pills have always given
satisfaction. In lifty years there has been
no complaint of them. Thnt is about their
life in the United States, and millions of
persons have used them. There Is no doubt
that they have established themselves by
merit alone. They cure rheumatism, dya-
fiepsia, piles, diarrhea, liver complaint and
event. One or two at night on uu empty
stomach for a week or two will keep you in
good form and tone up the system.
llRtMiHKTH's Tills are purely vegetable,
absolutely hurmlesa ami safe to take at uny
Sold in every drug or medicine store,
either plain or sugar-coated.
A iircarher a Ith the dyauemi alaii?ora God
every time he preachea.
DBAFNK88 CAN'T IIK CI RED
Bv local nnllrations. a thev cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear. There la only oi e
way to cure denlnes. and that la by constitu
tional rememea. iJeaineaa is eauaeu oj an m
tlametl condition ol the mucous lining of the
eustachian tube. When tills tube get Inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or Imported hear
ing, and when It I entirely closed iloifuer I
the result, and utiles the InHammntlnn can be
taken nut aHd tills tills! restored to It normal
condition, bearing will be destroyed forever;
nine case out ol ten are causca ay caiarrn.
wtilch I nothing but an iuflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will aie Due Hundred Dollar 'or any cane
of deafness (caused by catarrh) that we cannot
cure by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Heud for
circular, free. F. J. CHUNKY 4 Co.,
Bold by druggists: 75c.
Fashion note for young men. -This leap year
I remarkable for new design.
HPKCIAL INTEREST TO FARMERS.
Portland, Oh., April Is, W2.
Russell i Co. of thia city received to-day the
largeat single ahlpinent of Agricultural Machin
ery ever shipped to this (.'oast. It came through
from their factory at Maaslllon, 0 In one solid
train of thirty-two oar, making the long trip In
jut twelve day and without a single accident
The thirty-two cara were loaded with Mnwlllon
"Cyclone" Thresher aud Huiaull Traction En
gine built specially for the Oregou aud Wash
The Russell Threshing Outfit for thl season
will be the beat lu toe tna'ket. The engine are
euulped with Kusaell'a Patent Friction Clutch,
which haa kept this engine at the head of the
trade. The new 'Cyclone" Thresher ha a double
barred cylinder et In an Iron frame, which en
tirely overcome the tendency to loose spike
and the cylinder twitting out of line, in addition
to Riisaell'a Patent Distributing Beater, which la
peculiar to this machine only.
The good crop outlook Insure a large trade
for thia Orm, which they certainly duaerve,
Tit Gibhia for breakfast
St ick to it I
Sometimes you may have to wait
The troubles that have been years
in gathering can't always be cleared
away in a day. For all the diseases
and disorders peculiar to woman
hood, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription is the surest and speediest
remedy. You can depend upon that
but if your case is obstinate, give
it reasonable time.
It's an invigorating, restorative
tonic, a soothing and strengthen
ing nervine, and a positive specific
for female weaknesses and ailments.
Afl functional disturbances, painful
irregularities and derangements are
corrected and cured by it All unnat
ural discharges, bearing-down sensa
tions, weak lack, accompanied with
faint spells and kindred symptoms,
are corrected. In every case for
which it's recommended, " Favorite
Prescription," is guaranteed to give
satisfaction, or the money is re
funded. No other medicine for
women is sold on such terms. That
proves that nothing else offered by
tU dealer can U "jut u good,''
Both the method and results when
syrup of tigs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and jet
?ently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem eflectually, dispels colds, head
tches and fevers and cures habitunl
onstipation permanently. For sale
in 60c and $1 bottles by all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO.
SAM fRkNCISCO. CH.
toumiue. nr. new iork, K.t.
Send for rntalngue.
The Northrop 4 Sturgls Co,,
Fifth an Oak, FarllaaS. Or.
STOP TO THINK!
SEND YOUR MAIL ORDERS
To the rhespest house In Cortland, Or., for your
Dry Goods, Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Fancy Goods, Furnishing Goods, Trunks,
Cloaks and Wraps.
E. MEYER & CO.,
180-182 Fin I Street an I Yamhill.
, OUTLAID, OH.
Best in the World!
Get the Genuine!
EFTHE COST IS THE SAME.-d
. a! i la. Jliil iil jjlj
THE HARTMAN PATENT 8TEEL PICKET FENCE
Costa no more tiisn an ordinary clumsy wood picket attalr that ohstruna the view and will rot or fall
I A I
David M.CIarkson, Jr., Portland, Or. Hunt A. MofTet, Tacoma, Wash.
aiiar! in a short time. 1 he "Hartman reuce Is artl'tlr III design, pmlecl the grminrii
reallna ihem anil Is practically kvuhlastinu. 11,1.1 NTHATKIi I'ATAMMIl'K WITH I'KU K8 AND
M MA I I.KII KltKK. I Alwata mention this imoxt In wrllln.
Hartman Mia. Co., Bar Falls. Pa. T. 0. Oama, Can. Weilarn Salai ot., BOS Slat II., Ckleita-
Holly, Mason, Marks A Co., Spokane Falls, Wash.
wy, ijf ,nn
Simonds Crescent Ground Cross Cuts,
Ana aii mnas or miuk saws, aiso saw rtepainng.
far-SIMONDS SAW CO., 70 Front Street. Portland, Or. -mi
UlvLvMU Dim'h your back ache? You can't eat and
don't feel like work. The lAl ID trouble is your liver is tor
pid. You are full of bile. I w 11 Get rid of it without delay.
three (Unosofiioo.es Revealed Remedy will do it and make I if CD
you feci like a new jhtsoii. For sale by all druggists. LI V saVrl
William McKeckan, Druggist at
Bloomingdale, Mich. " I have had
the Asthma badly ever since I came
out of the army and though I have
been in the drug business for fifteen
years, and have tried nearly every
thing on the market, nothing has
given me the slightest relief until a
few months ago, when I used Bo
schee's German Syrup. I am now
glad to acknowledge the great good
it has done me. I atn greatly reliev
ed during the day and at night go to
sleep without the least trouble." t
TO ANT MAN,
A particle I applied Into each nostril, and Is
agreeable, l'rlee, M) cent at rirueiiUtt' or by
mall. f.l.r HKonihiiH,
68 Warren Street, New York.
I CURE FITS !
Whmi I aar ear I do nut nasi! awralv lntp thra
fnr a lim and then nava tlmm mlnrti ln. I mean a
radical ours, I bsra made the dlmsae of KITH, Kl'l
LkTHYorrAIXINU HICKNKHHalifa-lonistuitv. I
wkrrant mv remMlr to our the worst nssns. Haoaoa
others of fsilsd I no pbsjhiii fnr D' now nesivin a
ear. Send at onoa for a tmatlsa and a Kra Bottle of
ai, Infalllhls ranwd;. Uiv Kinrsaa and Fust Ufflos.
H. l. KOUT. Mt C... 1H3 PearlJIt.N. T
NEW MEXICO, "
Ofler the gieatest opportunities to capitalist,
filmier, hutnesceker aud business men. lam
est Irrigation Hystem lu the Culled Htatea Just
completed, ,000,000 exieudcd. Fruit jind
with Water, l-D to i-tU per acre, 7 year' lime. New
country, rapid Immigration, wonderful develop
meut. Knllmad oonstriicted IMil. TownolKddy,
county seal, termlnii. Illustrated Pamphlet
ircv. amiiivs r. r. iinin.Hi', I .ar. I nsseiiac.
Agent Peon Valley Ky. Co., Kruno. Cal.
a approaching mine
at the great Seattle show and at Salem ou March
'26. Send stamp for catalogue.
FOR HATCH INO.
Other may boast
of the prttea they
won where I did
not eihiblt ; not
on can ahow a
record In any way
CHRIS KOCHER, Aurora, Or.
UUU I.U1P I
UllV ! yu unw tlut ,1,,llHr Mvcd ti a good
v at a dollar ranted P You can aavi a dol
lar on ewy ten, and aometimct $ or $3, by a?nt
ing to l rain nor tut eveiy thing you um in the
year. Count it up and tee what you will gain, ti
meant comfort, unvxircted uleaiurea, happmei.
peace of mind, everything that it good. Send al
our for price list and information to Smith't Cash
Store, 416-418 .'roiit ttreet, San Franc iko, Cal.
iv 1 wn
1 pofi ir. .
Bhlppeil Anywheron Trial. Catalogu Fre.
QB&. SBTBX a Oo-.a Ky St. QOLNOt.IUU.
CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING.
J. C. B&YER. Portland, Or.
Wrll for catalogue and
FRED T. MERRILL,
111 Waahlnctoa nu, Portland, Or.
1 n 'Sf-v
a L V ajar
Lot's wife looked
back with a well-,
back in his dream.
The smoker who
has not tried "Seal"
before can look back
to wonder how he
could have escaped
of the Seal of North
Packed In Patent Clntb Pouches and In Poll.
ROOT f raMi sm '-mil aa4
Frill f rM" Kr. Amir.
(.urcl.au,.. Met.!, USHrra.Ut. point. tmnfJluU
farmer: Ably wrllWs ilvss tnstjr IxrotklATIoa. Cal.
trull (Irtnerr: rartilaf LOW rtMl Als. Nar.Oksr-
rT.ri.raUl.rMk. A.'VQla..Rt,0r Trw. Srtru.
lOiltrtmtMnrj. o Isrssr ito. la u B. slITTa.
a.olwsMr.SiTAltK HKOSW7lk at , iAiuislanau
lo. 'auM 184oi 0UILSI. iwwaanti uuui,
PETALUMA INCUBATOR CO., Pitalunt, Cal.
If In anr bullae
not paying you drop
It and buy aa Im
ran bo made lu raia
tug Chicken than In
any other buaiuea
fur the CHpltal Invest
id. A b autifully Il
Ol lncuiaitnrs. Hrood
cnaud all kinds of
hlrkenr lxtiiir tKtt
'Agents for Manas
Bona Cutter, Meeee
lty Clover .Cutter,
aud everything re
quired by poultry
r Cora In
leading remedy f U Ui
onnatural dlsrhargw aaa
private dtaa4(iij.n. A
eartala cure lor the d.bnp
tailn weaka Moailat
I TwEl6ataf"fa. In r-omilln It Ml
baft I I. f . B 1 Unl Fla If. 1 W" ))
MOUNTAIN BUDS TEA
A blend from the formula ol an old English
Best Tea in the World for the Price.
AO cent per lb. al your dealer's or postpaid
from the sole Importer.
CLOSSET A DEVER3, Portland, Or.
made 171 In ftxtrdsrloa mvCtoetnc Cor
1 L" 1 and Kpeelaltlea. inoparOMlproAtawleaaa
lae. Maniple tnm. Df.Bridgasa Bioaawag.aj.T
rW Remedy Ibr faurrh I lb Ft
Rm. Kastsal lo t'se. and CbeaiM, I I
N. P. N. U. No. m -8. F. N. U. No. 615 1
ni(gaaa r mu by mail,
lUMlUa, Wirm, fa,