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BEST ADVERTISING .
I'uMlhliflil Kmjr lhnrdjf Aflarnosi
Aloak end afalnBrr.et,
HIAlNDtALtR PUBIUHINO COMPANY.
iiio riftinucuilLT ; .t
DILL HEAI h,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Executed Neatly and at Living IUtri,
ROSUI3URG, OREGON, THURSDAY, 1'KHRUARY io, 1898.
re N.K4, MoKKBina i.oDnr, no. m,
. h.tl.l thai, ,,-aiilar rdiainuulc atloea at Iht
l.o. O. r. hall an san.inu anl luiiriu laursoes
ill cacti mouth. All inaml'ara reitiaeled lo at
land ie;iilarlr. aii'l all vlalllng rMee ec.
Jlallr lurllod io allciid.
' MtKIl I'AUK TI'SI'IH, ft. ft
II Kit MAN MAItKH, riif,
D'Jltll.A. nN'W'IL. Nil. II Jit O. It. A. M.i
mania rrrrf Wannaadaf arsntni at I
o'pliK-k In Ilia old Maaimle Hall. Vlalllaf
Imillirra sr. cordially I u r I 1m1 In attend.
0. U. Daii,
Ul'i. VY. I'eaav, tanellal.
Ueonrdlnil Mm lalarr.
f AUKKI. LOIHl.. A. f.A A. U . RftHULAft
A mmtluii tha Id anit 4th Wedueadajs la
I ar t JOUVHOK, W. N.
N. T. Jawet I, arses.
pllll. C.1AKIAN UHMJK
A Hiita Hatnrtlav avail
vii a I II II .
araulni of each we at
lliatr hall In Otld Kalliiw Umi.ll at RiiaaWurf.
Uaiabtiia nl be or-lor In anod elandlnf erelefll-
I lo attend. H'MIFMI rlMIIC0. O.S
r. O. Ml) SIM, M f.
ROKHUH UlM., NO. I. A. O. II. W.
lu aria Ilia aumud ami fuurth Moadare el
rvto m.ioili at7 en p. at. at odd fallows aelL
Mamlwiaul thoottl.r III rxx) atsnaiaf ere la
I lied to ellaud.
KNUI'OMT, HO W. U A. H. . HUT Till
Drat ami luiru lnuria)a ui aaca annm,
rOUKN M HKUK' fOUIH NO. 10. IIHtl
Oral anil tlilnl mmaiiara ia aw:
I.VUlUr Al.l.lANtl-Raanlar gnarlarli
1 kUatlnxs will Iw liolil at ilraaga Hall,
Koaabur. tha flrat Krlilar In lwmawx. Marato
an J J una. ami Ilia third Wide In aaptauibar.
I Ohhrll1 K'l I'll A HI A K, NO a. O. It. ft .MEETS
tha aw-ond aud louitn 'inunuara au in
8,,"H HK01SA RAri. W. M.
A'.c Ua . nui'!.
tinrBt'iio mviHioN no at, . or ui.
iuhIi ctrry aavuud aii'l louno auf.
! oftKHl'HK K. I. U)t)0li, NO. 41. I. O At. I
umvlaou lueailaravanlniiiliKUih waal at
ttm o.VI Kallowa ball. VLliIni alatma and
oialbrva aie In? Hi attan.l.
mkhit wrr, N. 0.
AM ATA iJITH. U.
AI.IIIA I.ODOK. NO. 47. K. or r. JiriTIJ
'V eveff WaJiiraT evculug at 011 rallowi
Hall. VUllliif Kulafita In itaartlaf oor-
dlaily InrltrJ Ui altaii't.
V. LOOSE V, C.C.
H. M. CONELINO. K. R. a.
Y M. OBAWTORD,
Attorney at Law,
Roomt.MarattraaulldlBir. KOAEBCM. 0.
Bulaaa balora tha I'. H. Land OfBca aa4
biIuTdi f aaaa a paclaltjr.
Ula Brcalrar V. . Lan1 OSea.
uioana a. aauWK.
Rtxiini 7 and a
la a Wllauu Blixk.
yy R. W1LLIB,
Attorney and Counaclor at Law,
Will praadeala all tha auarta of tha iUta. Oi
laa la Ua Ouart Uuua. Ootiflaa aimalf, Of .
Attorney at Law,
OlRoa oftr tba Puatuttaa aa Jaakaoa atraat.
Q P. 008HOW,
aptclal aiiculloH " to cow
uicrclal I. aw and CollMilon.
Ofll on Ja. kton ft. ii'KUa Woaiim'i Htaek.
J D. STRATFORD,
Attorney at Law,
Rooist t and 4
Taylor A Wllioo Hlm'k.
I B. EDDY,
RA D. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
? LM ER V. HOOVER,
Physiciau and Surgeon,
HIn Street, on door loiith oi City Hall.
YUA BROWN, M. D.
OKKICE, tOl Juckion Btrnt, at
t ltnct of Mm. J. Blrrar.
J L. MILLER, M. D.,
Surgeon and Homooopathio
AaTObiunls dlssatas a paolaltr.
ILL. P. HEYDON,
ana Molary Pulillr.
orrica: In Court House.
Orders lur Burvstuiig. and Field Nalrsabopld
be Kl'ttoMaJ to NYJJI r. ttajooo, uouarj am
f STRICTLY FIR5T-CLA5S. f
MRU, . V. MiX.LAU.kN, I rop
SXAfiQUAlTESS FOB TBAVELltfO Kill.
Larya, ftnt aautpla Rooms.
rraa'But le and VmrnTralni.
JERRY J. WILSOM,
Watchiiuker and Jeweler,
All MepalrliiK ilruatl lo
my car will too PHONPTI.V and
Ulwn imum am .
H. C. STANTON
aa J mat raaalvad a aa and aatanalaa atock
DRY : GOODS
Ualan' UrMm Oaodi, RibboRR, TriDiuiinn',
Ucaa, tic, Ktc
-ALBO A rtNR BT(K:K Of-
IIOOT8 Ail siioi:
Of Um baa fua.ll I r and Bntah.
Hood, WUlow anil (ilisa Wsrr,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
Alau aa kn4 la laraa quaatlllaa anil at prlrra U
alt tba tlmaa. Alau a lari. atock uf
Callat Stanton's for "I.. 1'. M"
Waara alwaji In tha Lead, and mean to
Tba Coldar Harvest ia upon us, and farm
ara ara smiling because Woodward
loos to tlielr interest.
Those ara all Leather and Warranted.
At Reduced 1'rices.
Consult your purse and be sure and see
Wooaward before buying.
W. C. WOODWARD
DourIuh Coaiily, UrHOii,
The watrra of thraa urlnaa rutilnlll : lodliiO,
Dromlni'. 'ntaaliiiii. the i'nrboualra of Iron
and l.lmo and I ulnrld of Calcium,. Mhiipihiih
One Rnrinu rontaloa 4.H and tho ntlur wtr
txn grains ol aoiia niatit r to tnv itauou.
located on tli anulliprn 1'aclllp Hallrosd,
"fihaita rouui" from Han Francisco to l'ortliuiil,
In Jiouglaj Couutj, Orrcon.
AstrKi ali'd canon of Khvumatiain, Nasul t'u
Isrrh, t'atarrll of tlm RuuiKoh, DyMiTlH l'a
IjcUx. Kaurnlila, Malarial rolMinlin.-, Kltney
Troubl. CoiialinaLliiii. DiM-ama ul tlm Mini.
Llvar and llowi'U. aud Venrial ilikcuscs liavv
been cureil hj I no mc oi tni'sii ivaicrn.
Naw bath-rooms eonnrrtid with tno main
liulldlnir. I'listoftlea aud Kxtnaa on tuo tmiui
lik'f, Dally mail, north and miutli.
Torma-ltO cr wiak. 13 lor day, iinluUg
Tba Hotel in Under the luimtdiHtc iiirt rvls-
lou oi . .
CAfT. UK J. II. HW9WI.I.1.I
7taT . Manager
IP iAJA Af4lA ft?
' r-w yyifir 7 "a at a ' r
a, . Mmmmtftt
s at our expense
fijUr j If you're not pleased
MRS. N. BOYD
A Mot Time at the Olcndale School
Tim m liunl inuuliiig liilled fur tlie 31st
i:sino ill aa ml vert larnl, aixt in its way
wan iicrliapa nnii 1 1 Ilia mont ittllar
KBtlitiriiiKa of that klml nvt-r wilneaaed
Irmii llio nH-iiiiig In Ilia iluslnif. It wm
a "pai'kf d" uiKKtniK.
The vote wna takitn a(lr min li lli kr
lug and "litlk" ami Him rrault abuwod til
lot ami I'.'itKitiiiata r-icfiiiil fai lliesgKre
gation io tin ii1 In building and fur
iilalilng a kIiooI houso. W do not
know of anyoi.e in thla community who
aoiilil liavu oppnaml this tai for thia pur
poan if (dry rnulcJ have ln eatisfled
U.at I hia tniildiiig would bi iotated
on u uf ficuuitiraJ lands, and "centrally
ami without irjuilir" aa tha school
law Hi) plainly ilincts.
Tho iiiMtiirm aa stormy and oDe-ald-(il,
ilia volo l.cii'tt t,iken viva voi, no
one Mttrtiicil to know what or when or
where lo ay .' r no. Dlaiiint ('lark
Ietoy arkd l r u apft-ial tlrk to do
Hid writing ami I. W. Kl!llu(ia aa of
ilercil to a !, oml hia right to do ao waa
prorr .tly hiillrrui l a h did not claim
anv piopvriy iiu i Iihik. Ha waa asked
if hia hlt!r uirl a ( leul rge to draw
IiijoI nioni-y mill hn answered yci,
w hu ll ha nin e pn veil lo lie miatake,
ao Mr. It. 'a vote atamlH challenged.
J.I. I'uwry did all the talking Ha
''wait-il warm and grew tioiitarioua."
Mo somtimI likHan 'angry wave on a ana
I ojI t-! . i " II" I uue J up and he
i-iii Him d (town, h roared like a Kanaaa
rti him. hl'I ho tallowed like a hull, re
it iiiinil'iig m ol "how Uuhy flayed."
A i I hi it tare lo fat'ediarunaion (after the
Tiia-et iiik hienl I with the I'l.AIMiEALr.R
cnrri'ff miili'iil in which "linnora were
evt-n" he inlinittril that he had taught
voti'a, nml llnally ui the preeence of aev
erul iIipkui-Ii-iI laditia ha swore. The tall
W;ui;nre of tho Kcvivw hoverd around
liko ii (utflnl ahadow, prcettn;ahly taking
nolrn for Ihti only paH-r, whilo tlie VlMS
iikaii.u'h IoihI ii'p'fMfiitati vo talked
with a l n In I it y prt'tiliar to her sex
she told Mr. I f w or 'ho too Id out talk
any old woman in the town," and lie re
plii'd that he could "talk the handle off
of a jiiy."
Mia K. Wngtier tauio very iieerW
lohinj; her vi to lv lu-ing oiiah'ad hy ()
I . lUlncr and ahe piit'ltcly charged hioi
a ilh tlm ilnri,t,.i. iHlora tha aparrcbled
a ml if nrn
I'ho 'C( plo will corilfkt the Ifgitlitv of
tho vo'i'M tiariifd an follows: O 1
(ioialim-, V, V. ltillinga aud Kd Mallory.
Awuitii.g ti'Stilt.i, wo u'o yours truly,
1 niMl I nor.
Aa tint 1 j 1 1 1 i i 1 p it Maa ('oiiiinenccil lo
(Mill nuniii Bi.il hk my pioneer rrcord dates
hack lo l'ccetiitar, !hW, and my repu';
lii iiii rerord hai kto lMil, it ia nolstranwe
that I feel 1111 intenat in the Duiilaa
county lepuhlicun tirkel that will have lo
land or l.i.l Juno li, I therefore I atk
(ur a litilo space in lite I'i.ainuealeh to
mako a few icuidrkM and augKeat a few
Aa tlm repuhlicau county committee
will soon meet to act the day tor the
jriiimrlt c mid convention, I think It is
or tho t'ld w lieelera to dun their think
ng caps :i ud cant ahutit fir maleiial fo
'Uce on llut U. t. 1' ticket. ow I
would HtiYOsl that every true repuhli
cau muke it a point to attend tho pri
maries, and work hard to solid good men
to the co'inty convention men without
Ktriiifc'H 011 Hint who you think will work
fur the intercut of the maaeoit. I hey are
tho i-ici tlutt will run the machine
sooner or litter. Further, I would suggest
that when the reprerciitatives Irotu each
precinct meet in convention they work in
harmony. 1 fur one would meet out
justice for all parts uf Ilia county, north,
eoulh, riiM, west aud center, and I
think lliu delegate that kicks and wants
to split from Ihu party because be (ails
to get a friend that ho wants placed 00
the ticket is only making mule s lather
of himself. To put a friend before the
voters (or defeat is a draw back ou your
friend, and last but not least, on the
party. My ideas on this point are to
placemen ou the ticket who stand high
iu tho estimation of the pojple, let him
be your bosom fiieud or not. I hope
every delegate that attends thecouoty
convention can see it this way, I claim
that the republican party baa a majority
in Douglas county, but it won't amount
to anything if we can't work io (be earns
traces' "United we stand, divided we
fall." Wheel IIohbe.
Cow Cicek, Feb. 1, lS'JS.
Death of John I). Whlttlcsay.
John It. Wbittlesay died at his resi
dence 011 Ash street at about 9 o'clock
Tuesday morning, January "6, 1 S'JS,
from tho effects of repeated attacks of
congestive uppoplexy, to which he bad
he en subject for a period covering the
last six years. Saturday night at II
o'clock the attack canio to which he aa
combed at tho hour ahove stated. Mr,
, iiiiiit ritjr nao i-uiu iu vuiv iu apiii
1841. lie came to Washington several
yeura ugo aiul was a pioneer of Adams
county, rc-idiiigut Itituvillo, whore he
was county treasurer for a number of
vcaru. He was prominent In business
Vli;ill..u..H ...... in .tlilo i Ik.II
aud political circles there during the
early days and hns been tho possessor of
coiiHiderahlo means, until the time of
tno lirt Htroki s nf miafortuno which re'
stilled in Iih "loitlli. Mr. Wbittlessy
came to " ateiville tho n rat ol last Ucto
tier with Mr, wiuttlesay, who ia a
teacher in the public schools at this
place. Wutorvillo, (Wash.,) Empire.
the ileceasod was in former years a
resident of C'auyonvillo, iu this county.
THINK ABOUT YOUR HEALTH.
This la tho Time to Give Attention to
Your Physical Condition.
the warmer weather which will come
with tho ui'pr. mching spring months
rthould tin J von tdroug and in robust
health, your tiiooj pure and your appe
nd, pouii. 'merw 1.10 you win uo 111 uan
ker of seiiotiH illnens. 1'urily and en rid
your blond with Hood's Sarsaparilla and
and thou "pieparo foi spring," This
medicine nitikuH lich, ted blood and
gives vigor and vitality. It will guard
you auiiiKt danger front the cl angea
which will soon take place.
Excolelor flour iu guaranteed first
class. Ask your giocer for it. Only (1.00
outlook for California i
NOTE AND COMMENT.
Hnrgery has discovered that the
stomach la not a vital organ. 8tlll
thure Is not likely to be any rash on the
part of the people in general to get lid of
this portion of their anatomies.
When the citlr.ens of a state year after
year send up lo thel legislature to repre
sent them, men of little Integrity and
leaa braina, the aforeaaid eitljtene have
little right to complain over misgovern
merit. A southern roan tells the Washington
Post that the daisy waa never known In
the south until after the war. Now
every part of the tooth visited by the
Union army Is covered with daisies.
"Hharman brought them to us," he
said, ''and the march to thu sea can be
followed in the summer time by keeping
where the daisies! grow.
Production le literally rampant in
Kanaaa. A women of that state 04
years old has added Ltf quota, ao to
speak, to the sum total of the year's in
Crease bv giving tirth to a child. It is
regarded aa specially significant that
this child haa golden hair. There la
neither plaint of depopulation nor free
silver nonsense in this incident. Ore
gonian Orders have come from Ottawa to en
gage a reliable man to carry an impor
tant secret dispatch fioui the minister of
lite interior to Oommiawioner Walab, at
laeon, says Winnipeg dispatch,
llayea, the celebrated uid of Prince
Albert, haa ben secured He will make
the ran in 35 days with a dog train
It ia talie7ed the government haa de
cided not to allow aliena to hold mtnina
claims in the Yukon.
Hepresentative Tongue has introduced
a bill in congress establishing the Crater
Ijikn- National Park. It includes an
area of SMO fijuare miles, surrounding
Crater Lake. The hill has been care
fully drawn, after consultation with Di
rector Walctfitt, of the geological aurvey,
and other officera wbo have an interest
in the Crnter Lake reserve. The hill
goes to the committee on public lands,
and Mr. Ellis expects to get a favorable
reiiort uon it very soon.
A teacher in a public school not wanv
miles from Milton, having intiutpda
pupil 'o purchase a grammar, received a
note thua worded from the child's moth
er: "1 do not desire for Lulu shall ett
KKge in grammar as i pre'er her enitage
in youseful atudies ami ran learn ber
how to spok and rite properly myself.
I have went through to grammars my
self and can't eay as they did me no
wood, i prefer her engage in gcrroan
aud draw ing and vokal music on I he
Maryland wins the first sound-money
victory in the elections for seuators
whose terms expire in 1S9J, The only
other electi ons so far held are the e of
Virginia, Mississippi and Ohio, where
Daniel, Money and liauna have been re
elected. Maryland is, in (act, one of
the (ew states where a fighting chance
existed for the substitution of a republi
can for a democrat. Other chances will
appear in Wisconsin, New York, North
Dakota, New Jersey, Indiana and Cali
Senator McBride is very hopeful that
he bill which he baa passed through
the senate pensioning Indian war veter
ans, applicable especially to those in
Oregon and Washington, will pass the
houae at this session. Of course, it is
quite a hard matter to get such a meas
ure through the bouse, aa the rules of
that body are such as to prevent claim
bills and pension bills passing unless ap
proved by the house leaders. A majori
ty of the house will no doubt favor the
bill if it can be brought to a vote.
A revival of the demand for wool, the
employment of more woolen mill hands
who hocome better natrons of tbe farmer.
the greater call for horses as tbe needs of
returning prosperity require them, tbe
higher price of wheat and other farm
staples, tho consuming capacity of the
wane earnera who are earn oved in other
lines ol industry who bavu been given
work in the last year all are making the
prospects (or the farmer aa much belter
than they were last year as tbe condi
tions of tho workingman and the busi
ness nrau are. Pittsburg Tfm.es.
A man may be scrupulously honest in
bis general dealing with his fellow men
may even resist tbe temptation to beat
a railway company when tbe opportuni
ty oilers Dut when it cornea to bearing
hia just share of the general burden
known as a tax state, county and mu
nicipal conscience goes to sleep, ver
acity takes wings, rectitude goes off
ushing and integrity goes on a drunk.
losave fifty cents or a dollar he will
prevaricate like a pirate and deceive
with the baseness of tbe heathen Chi
nose. 'Twas ever tbua and ever will re
main so onlees some system of taxation
can bo devised which will make lvinu
unprofitable and porjury unnecessary.
A Cor vail ia man named Schmidt went
up to Hkagway, but did not remain long
Ilia son is still there ana has written
him a letter, which makes him the sick
eat man In Uorvallis. the letter ea8
Skagway is having a boom far bevond
anvtbing that anybody has dreamod of
Cooks get $!H) per mouth within a few
hours after arrival. Jim Crow carurn
tera arc paid fifty cents an hour, with all
tbe work they can ao showered upon
then), while contractors are coining
money. The letter caused tbe Uorvallis
German to exclaim: "I walked de
floor till four o'clock dis morning niitout
scbleep. I huf made a big mistake; I
went at de right time, but I came away
too saon. '
Tlie poorest laborer and the richest
bondholder have now tho same kind ol
money. The money that earh receives
has identically the rame value. Private
business, labor, Industry, iu the United
States, can less afford Unto tbe capital
1st and bondholder clasi to loae the gold
standard. 1 wenty years ago Mr. Ulatne
who was no "enemy to silver," but was
anxious to do anything that might be
done for it, or with it, not inconsistent
with maintenance of the parity with
gold, said in the stiuate: "I believe the
Dublio creditor can afford to be paid in
any silver dollar that the United states
can attorn to cni otaie. e havo iO,
000,000,000 of property io this country
mow much morel, aud a wise self-inter
est will not permit us to overturn Its re
latlons' by eekuig an Inferior nulla
wherewith to pay any creditor. The in
ferior dollar you pay to the public credi
tor remains in circulation to the ex
eltibion of the better dollar. Oregonian
(Last week's belated letter.)
i.T. Russell wat doing bnsinesa in
Koseborg last week.
D. Curtain, of Drain, was in town thia
week looking after business in the lorn-
Mrs. Annio Bice, Msry Stearns and
Eliza Harvey were over from Roseborg
Rev. Wood returned from Koeeburg
Wednesday, where he has been for few
days of tbe past week.
Prof. McGbee, Misses Aooa CI Ark
Emma Withers, Eflie Thompson and
Jessie Obmsrt weut to Koeeburg, Wed
nesday to attend the teacher's institute
v v t.iA. .., ni- u. ..1 .
j' a . iiuwn., vi viaia. vynuw m uicri
market here Tuesday it tbe old shop
next door to the drog store. Meat will
le shipped from the shop id Drain to
sopply the market here.
Rev. Ford of Eogene, and Rev. fsk id-
more of Wilbur, held quarterly meeting
at the M. t. Church Batorday and Han
day. Rev, fikidmors Is continuing a
series of meetings for the benefit of those
wishing to attend.
A, Coats, who haa been in poor health
for some time, died Thursday evening
of last week at lbs residence of Mr. Har
vey, who Uvea several miles east of
town. The funeral took place Saturday
and tbe body was buried in tbe old town
Dr. Page, and Dr. Cloagb of Yoncalla,
performed a surgical operation Sunday
upon tbe eleven year old soo of Mr.
Williams ol Yoncalla. The bone in tbe
ankle joint had become diseased. They
will try to save the limb, but amputation
may be necessary.
Tbe late strike in Bohemia tbat the
Oregonian repotted a few daya ago as
assaying 130,000 to the ton. We are in
formed from a reliable sonrce tbat the
assay was (3000 per ion. This, if true,
is good enough. At few like tbat and
we will have a second Klondike at oar
Marcellus & Estes moved iheir stock
ofgctds, Saturday, into the brick store
'hat was occupied by John Itei kley, who
has keen selling his goods at cost Mr.
IVikley will rcropy one side of the store
vacated by Marcellus dr Etee, and con
tinue hia sale of gocila at a bargain.
Joy A Co., will occupy the other side
will, general uiercDandiee, goods and
notions. Joy 4 Co, are new comers,
jive them a call and fet acquainted.
Children aud adults tortured by burns,
scalds, injuries, eczema or akin diseases
may recure instant relief by naing De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is tbe
great Pile remedy. Mareters' Drug
Monthly Meteorological Summary.
Mean atmospheric preaaure, 30. IS
Illgbcjt pressure, 90.31; date, 2.
Lowett pressure. 23.29; date, 11.
Mean temperature, 89.
Highest, fj; date. 30. Low-eat, 2J: date, 24.
Greatest dally range of temperature, 20; date,
:. Least dally range of temperature, I; date,
Menu temperature for this month In
1894, 4 .
Mean temperature tor this month for 21 years,
40. Average deiiclency of daily mcau tempera
ture during the month, 1. Accumulated defici
ency o( daily mean temperature since Jan.
1, ii. Average daily deficiency since Jan. 1, 1.
Prevailing direction ot wind, cut. To
tal movement of wind, 2070 miles. Maximum
velocity of wind, li miles-, direction, south west,
Total precipitation, inches. No. of days
w ith .01 Inch or more of precipitation, 17.
Total precipitation (Inches) for this month in
Average precipltatlou for this mouth tor 21
years, 6.97 Inches. Denuluncy lc precipitation
during month, 2.50 Inches. Number of clear
days, 3; partly cloudy, 12; cloudy, 15.
THOS. OIBSOS. Observer.
The trouble with
ua nowadays is. that
we do not lead nat
ural lives. The fern
inine portion of our
society Is especially
rulnahl In this wa.
It is really a wonder
that women are as
health aa thev are.
:ry (ew women get
v outdoor exer
cise.- Very many get
no exercise at all.
Modes of dressing
interfere with the
action and with th
circulation of the
blood. All the by
o-ipnic laws are bio
ken. It Is little won
der that nine women
in tfn ar trAllVilfd
with some derangement or irregularity in
I OX icutju ui U'C U10 ua uieiiu.u a, utixno.
XTaserlaaf ailrl WTOtlir livitltYwill fihOW thtlll
eelves first in the most delicate organs of
al. .U1a Knlw Wittt Stllfll Waaf tlf(t nnti
lUv TUWt "Otlji " -
sickness so prevalent, it is to be expected
tnat tne oeanug' oi cnuuicn wouiu
h dread and daneer. It should
not be so, of course. Nature never meant
it to be ao. The performance of the high
est function of which a woman is capable
should not be accompanied by pain. If
perfectly natural living were tbe rule, it
would not be so. As lives sre lived, some
thing else must be done. A remedy must
v. ..m.i u.ir nva thirl vaara. Dr. Pierce
has been chief consulting physician to the
1 1:.1 ir,.i.l u...1 .Cmrtflral Tnatltnte. tif
IU1.I1U, . V . U " V wm..vw. ,
Buffalo, N. Y. During tbat time he has
treated thousands of women. He has
found in bis "Favorite Prescription" a
never-failing specific for female complaint.
It strengthens the whole body ana whea
taken during gestation, shortens the period
of labor and makes childbirth well-nigh
painlesa. It also promotes an abundant
secretion of nourishment tor tae cnua.
'tVSASW'SV'. 'WfA.'V V "-
. Sv T r- a a
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and 5old
TAYLOR & WILSON BLOCK
Low Prices !
11 v jy
Picture Frames, Rugs,
And erertbtng uiually found la a
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large arid small, to Rent,
AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN.
Stock Ranges, Timber Lands and Mining Properties,
Prune and Hop Lands of best quality, in choice locations,
in quantities to suit intending purchasers, at reasonable
prices and easy terms. Inquire of
Losetoaaapal, mm aft, al m
Direct from the Factory, hich they will sell at lower
prices than ever. Great Bargains in
CENTS' t CLOTHING!
BOYS' & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
Will be closed out at Less than Cost.
KRUSE & SHAMBR00K,
STAPLE 1 FANCY GROCERIES 1 PROVISIONS
FINE TEAS AMD COFFEES A SPECIALTY
OIVE t'S A TRIAL.
wvt a- aaT
New Goods 1 j
S. KL BUIOK,
THE BOSS STORE.
ALL KINDS Uf
Fl'LL LINK OF
Uue Poor Soatb ol r. O.