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ting the Stomachs andBowcls of
ncss and HcsLContains neither
OriuMorptiine nor Mineral.
A perfect Remedy forConslipa
tion. Sour Stoinach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcrish
ocss stid Loss or Sixep.
Tac Simile Signature ef
Tot Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
-V. .'4'-'.i-w ..,Vii
tXACT COPY OF WRAPPEB.
Gat am Eel ftft ! fit M
Tf ccntumi eeNNr. unr torn erw.
9i SyeciatOSw Price $15.50
wmjM-ii cento lor vh j mitM. fitV( IT THREE KOHTHS TRtALtn
jircihnne.anH wura T-mrti-S-wioy asv too arv cnt
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS R-SCT Ij
i aM lilMnMlMiitiniHMItMima. I
t mm,, .1 mi. i-"" i J ms or . M4e kT tWja-t i
iK.il J T'f ey'i-.- fi
Net Alirajs KollabUs Hot Recommfndtd
Itecaufte It I Very Klmpl.
A trv siiiiiile tost, and one which,
although isot altogether reliable, is bet
ter th;'.n nuiie, is the judgment of milk
by the uwount of citain it will show.
This is not on accurate test, bci-aiuse
it may fail tot-how cream when it should
or it may show more than it ought; how
ever, it will not chow cream if there
is i?one in the milk. With two samples
of lrilk having the same amount of fat
intTerrr.t results may poar with this
test, as the proportion of the fat glo
bules, which rie depends somewhat on
the ::ge cf the milk and the wav it was
1.2T.!led before deliverv. If fat globules
io nuu-ii diibeuity in using, only a
smali part of them will get to the top
n;l they niy carry tip with theia o
much of the other constituents that
there will be a large bulk of poor erenm.
When the test is carefully conducted
and conditions are favorable to the rise
of .cream, fair results can usually be
obtained. This test, requires a loug,
graduated glass tube (fig. 5). which is
tilled with milk to the zero mark and
allowed to stand in a cool place for 20
to 24 hours. The cream is aided in ris
ing by warming the milk to 100 degrees
Fahrenheit and then setting it, in the
tule. in cold water, or the tube may be
filled half full of milk and the re-
th fcct mMirimi
i I sni in miiRTrn siwm nirummitAiivrT.
i mmr - tk MhwiiM ntk tn'l iMiirtk t.Kia m.mA k m Mluw f.tv
Wwfd zid ecortrd c(ilsK (IniKk. fU.f dW1 drmr nnlla. rrtit -n Jur
c4ridiMat'hCTndl. ffvQinSiTiJiirniKAnd. Imry Hi m
kMl poative foor Bkolton frrA. Tit Uirradmr Ttlrit4nr nttl. aMtotu! h
botobin winder. adjQAaH brat-inn. pKtnt tMtfina lihermor,tiroTr
vbreL ftdjorutbtr dwwot fooc itnproTwl fthutu earner. pitt oii bar.
patera dreM wa- y ilh m4 m i mmi kmrmmOtmitf
kH GUARANTEED OvM im I . mmmi s4 ww
kmwm nn Km kim (a faraaFa a4 mir Fre X-
vtT3Ctoa Book Ceil jot bAwaitftMranmi itn4 doettbr fUl or at j
kirwi o ranrr wort, a m-lftn nai aaraal 1 aent IA rY7 anaraiua.
I IT rnCTS YOU NOTHING waiaiaaia.eoaBpari wita
fA.M, afl tSt-n f r-rTd tbsi are Mvnsr t.o to fiO.Oo. pr ynr fpfirrt arrnt thr tlfl Q.
r Tm KrrrCS TtUl fli- f at anr u-w iTiin three nwh too a- vou M? o aatirfvd. ObVak 19 lit V
Adartii, SEARS, ROESUCrl & CC. Inc.) Chicago, III
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Farms, large and small, to Rent,
AXD IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVES.
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
d. s k bxjiok;
mainder with warm water, which raises
the temperature and reduces the vis
cosity; in such case only half as much
cream will appear as the milk is 'o be
given credit for; for example, if the con
tents of a glass are half water and show
ten per cent, cream upon the scale, this
means, of course, 20 per cent, of the
milk. If the milk is the same each, day
rnd is tested in the same way. there
should lie little difference in the cream
hown. Tubes graduated specially for
this test arc sold by dairy-supply Arms.
The cream test furnishes a good oppor
tunity to look for eediment; if the milk
is not clean, dirt can be seen in the bot
tom of the cylinder. Care should be
taken to carry the tube quietly, so that
neither the cream nor the sediment
will be disturbed. Report of United
Static Department of Agriculture.
Prcttr. Gowns nd WaUU for ths
Fall Ittion-Materials Now
Some of the new Eton, jackets are
rounding on the fronts, showing a rest
of another color and material beneath;
others are made with scalloped edges
and high, flaring collars.
Very stylish is a suit of dark blue
broadcloth made with a tunic drapery
and trimmed with heavy black braid.
The jacket is one of the Eton styles
with rounding front and a vest of red
broadcloth with three rows of machine
stitching all around the edge in black,
and small bluck buttons down the front.
Some of the new tea gowns and wrap
pers are made with Eton fronts and
large lapels and collars.
Exceedingly pretty hose gowns are
made of cashmere, Henrietta, chaillies
and nun's veilings. All these materials
are soft and pretty and are well adapt
ed for dressy gowns.
A dress that would be pretty for the
house is made of red chailli, with a sat iu
stripe of red and small polka dots in
black. The bkirt is made with three
narrow ruffles and a tunic drapery
which also has a narrow ruflle of the
goods. All these ru flies are trimmed
with black chiffon plnitiug. The waist
is mnde with a black yoke, vest and
girdle of fancy black silk, and a rulile
of the goods edged with the blael; chif
fon plaiting conies down on i ithrr t-'ulv
of the vest in front and aroui.d the ycl.e
in the back and over the shoukleis. The
collar is of the bluck silk with a chiiTou
plaiting around the top, arid thr giiOie
is edged with this chiffou tc-p and U.t-
toin. The sleeves are close-htting. with
small iK)inted cuffs trimmed with the
It is well to look around iu the stores
at this si nton for remnants of silk, tat
in, laces, ribbons and embroideries.
There are many remnants of silk and
satin that cdn be bought at a great re
duction. In fact, some are nior'u d doiui
almost half price, and goc.d equalities
and lovilv patterns are often found
These small remnants are nice lor
waists anil coal linings. For instance.
a beautiful jiiality of duchess satin that
had been selling at $1.50 a yard; U.nc
vards of this was bought for?!.- the
price of one yard. It would l et haw-
been pretty for a waist, asit wca(.srk
plum color, but there was just t-uMigb
in this piece to line a coat, U r thut
purpose it was used. Oft r.tiir.t s rem
nants can be picked up in v.-y, not
only in silks, but dress gooils. laces, etc.
Scotch llauneU comein picin stripe
of nink and white, blue s.r. '. whl.e.
gray and wiute. and this gc-o::s i:
un nicclv into very iiretty shirt w.:.: .-.
esiiecialiv some of the cray ii:d white
striles. which at a distance looks a!
most like silk. This gooOs -ells from
3 cents a vard and ui. end it is also
nice for dressing sawjues. wrappers and
bath robes. Ladies' World.
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE.
BBe Short Sifilln lp ri-
Matters Ib tkt Doatrstlc
Is a ehronlo disease. There li n lpflimmi-
Uon of the Inner costing of the stomach. A
thic k, ropjr mucus ionas
and this causes the more
pronounced lymptomi. It
rcmaini In the stomach
and decomposes. Then,
ot coarse, digestion can
not be properly perform
ed. The creat recetabls
remedy HIDTAS nerer
falls to effect a care.
Bt'DYAN can be had ot
all druggists or 60c. per
package. Study your
lymptouiscarefully from thlschart. Eachnum-
bcr represents a aymptom or a group 01 symp
toms. You bare the symptoms. Use ntl
VAN and they will disappear.
THE SYMPTOMS ARE:
i: BILIOUS HEADACHE.
. . . a n
snore pronounced in me mnrnini. nuu-
YAf. wl'l relieve the headache.
S3. BED AND W ATE BY EYES.
HUDYAN will cause the redness to dlsap.
ippear an-t m.ike the eyes assume their noi
nal, healthy appearance.
4. COATED TONGUE AND J-UJS-
TID BHEATII AND BAD TADTJD
IN THE MOUTH. HUDYAN will clear
the tongue, mav the UrcAth pure and sweet
and cause the Lad taste to disappear.
6. PAIN AND TEV DEB NESS IN
TH3 STOMACH. This is due to Indlgesv
Unn. lll'DVsN vrl'.l cause the food to be
come perfectly digrsted and the pain and
tcmlptnc will diwppiar.
6. ENLARGEMENT OF THE
LIVEtt. HUDYAN lessen tlicconges
tlon aud rcdu.c the enlarged liver tolls nor
UIDYAN iU relieve yon of the above
tymptoms and make you well. Do not delay.
Go to your lrusei't at ouec ana procure a
package ef II I'D VAX for 50c. or lor fiao.
If yourdniRg'Kt Ones no. Keep h, aena airect
to the UrDVtS BKJMfDY COM PAX Y,
San Fran Cat, and tbey will send it to
you. Yon tti consul! the great IIl'DYAN
DOCTORS t-UUK. IH not forget that.
Call and see thm if you wlib. Yon may
call and see them, or write, as yon desire.
HUDYAN REMEDY COMPANY,
Car. atacktea. Market aad Ellis Sta-,
Saa Frsaeiaoa, Csl
Dollars are not Found
On Every Bush,
But you can save them in buying Tin and Granite
Iron Ware at ourbtore. bee ours
NOTICK 19 HERIBY GIYEX THAT T
andersigned was on the 2nd day of O i.
Xf), duly appointed administrator of the ent.g
of bamoel lurner deceased. All pemni b.
ing claims against aUt (slate are berrbr re
quired to present the same, properly ven .)-!. to
the said administrator at Heottaburg. toog m
CouDir, Oregon, within six mcntos frctn ue
Dated this Sib dar of October. l.9.
WILLIAM J. BCKCHAXD,
Administrator ol the estate ot baauel
- . r i
Notice of DUAotuUoH of Partaersil p v -
Notice ia hereby given that tbo part
nership heretofore existing between G.
W. Krose and V, B. Sbambrook, tag
been dissolved by mutual consent. Tbe
aid G. W. Krase has asatimed all tbe
indebtedness of said firm sod will collect
all moneys die said firm.
Dated this 16'h dsv of Oct. 1809.
D. B. SjmxbsoosT,
G. TV. Ksrst.
Railroad Time Table.
Noithbcoi.d Boseborg local. No. 17
departs 7 :30 a. m.
Sooth boo nr! Boseborg local. No. 18,
arrives 5:20 p. m.
'Nortbboand overland. No. 5, sr
rives 10:35 a. m.: departs 10:45 s. m.
Southbound overland. No. 6, arrives
4:15 a. m.; departs 4:25 a.m.
Northbound fast throogb freight, So
221, arrives 4 :10 p. m. ; departs 5 20 p.
ALL COPPER NICKEL PLATED WARE.
Wash Boilers guaranteed to last a life time,
quarters for Fire Arms and Ammunition.
Churchill & Woolley's.
Southbound Last through freight,
222, arrives 7.-00 a. m.; dertrU 8 .-CO a .
North boood mixed I rain No. Z23trr!vs
st 2 -55 p. rn., Sunday, Wednesdays an J
Head-1 Fridays, departs 9KX) s. m., Mandsya
Auurseiaja aiuu diufumym.
boutbboond mixed train Bo. 225 ar
rives at 3 KX) p.m.. on Snndsyi. Sion.
days and Frida'S, departs 7:15 e. m.
Monday. Thursdays and Salordays.
THE DIRECT KOCTKT
Colorado and all
Cass Street Market
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Game in Season,
Hay, Grain and Flour.
DOZIER & MARTIN,
'Phone Main 181.
VsTHODin CacacH corner of stain and Lane
streets. Sunday Service: Fieawliliit, 11 a. a
sad 1.00 p. am.; Sabbath school. M a. B.: L.
Walker. Supertntenient; Class MeetiGr t
doM of the morning eerriee: Kpwwrtk Le.s
70pw m. r. 8. Godfrey, Fraatdeat, Taiit
Meeting, Wednesday, at 7:30 . as.
G. K. A ot. Pastor,
ranonaga, comer Jtaia aad Lapa. .
Cvrrss Barraazx Csnraca-oa row let etieet.
suvUyserrice,atUa.B.and 730p.au Pray
er meeting. Thnraday erenlag.
an Leer kf. Ccxur, Ptakx.
Bt. Geueoss C h c ch. Corner Caas and
Main streets, serrices on seeoed sad fonrta
Sunday morning of each month aad every Baa-
erenlng. Special aerriees aaaofraeed btaat
ace to time. Ksrr. Joadi Dawsos.
M. E. Caracii, Sopth. Serrleeserery Suaday
ornlng and erening.
Bar J T tto, Paatoa
I Uives choice of too
EIOtiilANDE Seea:c Lines.
I D PonorlM I
I r a . swiivuiw-l ! i i sv
favorite routes, via the .. . 4
. .... . . 1 w
rast vtu une. or me a - a
Louk at the time
.'iuceeawr to G. W. KOAH.
JmSm sV EOnalKIIM.OKJtXU.
TROTTINa AND RUNNING PLATES A SPECIALTY,
REFAIilVti OF AtX KIXD9 PROHITLT DOSE.
atsiep ob Corner WatshtBirton and Kane Sta., Beteba.x
POUHD CATALOGUg FREE
big catalogue srrisrjiSS
m-v.t.iMva. aiwts TME ItWtST WHGltSALf CXICAC0 PtICfl C
(E8TTHISfl lnKJi.reiJjuuiii(ikri. , torym,
Um. I mttmt, ilmmkm. SfeMm. Smu 4 ato.v . S S
B.r4w, kMV i1i.tI lpli.li, Inaiiv. Smm S..,
I.iiii. Ink, Umr) Hi. tlfaij. Mmii a.ili.l iliil,
til. i.- . teM. K. 4-H Fb TMkto, i !.. Unf)ll
(afclw, lem jiul UI Tff norttoepw tl kow nM pj l(
eemfeinr fee bays aad vUIpremt him 1mm nrnbircint yoaca
ar. viiiin jrm bov : explains Just how to order, how aBncfe tb wwlcSt,
mrmtvr Mil will h oa aaythhie to yoar town. The Mahoafc
entw btHt et.wS. ttie prwtu-aalone IsMerata.
nilD aTDsTt? firm Co th, aa. out and send tons
yyUrt rRttt fjrpc.rt. wlth i m stamp to
heip .j lt:M trnu pocsar. tm Ik. n Boa will tana mym
mM ,..l,.K..nrt If Torn d"fittblnk HI. worth 109tiiDeatb ISoaau
yon aroo. ar a ker to the lowcet wholeuU. prioas at averyttalng, aay
my and w will fcwwWSTalrt. wrm ymr I i
SJt HAT TR: lK StV) ABOl T TWia CATAWrCrEl
-II I. a saoaiuaent ul W11 1 win uu
-A wriMlrrfTi! vrr cf w k vjhinrtoti 7atlonl Trlbaaa.
..1 .i.l..-.v. t wmmUv .Vui'U!rl. H.t L nlon.
-vnn boebock a On. ts one ot lb. largest hoaoa ot iu ktad ia
CbVaa-o." e-hlmro lntrrflceatt.
-Tha Mr eataiomae forma one of the fiaeat shopplne bmoIubm that
cask! possibly be aent Into a dlrlrtr BoyWs MontoJ. ntcairo.
-Theirealalnrwa ta a t oepartmert mot. boiled oowa.'- Atlanta ronrtJtoUnn.
- ...... thrutim . im' , 1 Uinwdla-' tiicmtfn Kffth Herald.
.. . .wnuld h. t-fil i-omnrllinatbaUMFof tnl. ralaloaelnall put.lir arb-." Th Hoti.i A S-.TilhUn.
earonld nnr" th"r'-! r -n!rrtracta. Kiliiil"w" ym lll,i.Hn K. M filial
an. AdareW. 8 EARS, ROEBUCK A CO. lncJ, CHICACO, ILLINOIS, U. S. A.
HAIR SWITCH 65 CENTS.
MB MUX Hi MmS UAiK hiH Ul b ta aaaleal
tawy fcstrcu frnai fic S3. 25, Urn Mul 4
arllrtm uu -mk. ultviu ta..
OtJR ffFFFR t thm ad 00 1 arvt wctxl
V to on. IrxH.r at COKhJ p,e-d
a nips of tut run bass waul!, atxl ciT tt
out aa nr tbe roots tu pofleible, ItrUtm
mmr agisj ftrVa taatel mbmI t strata citrm to
pay po44ie. and w will amaka tha - m
amaara faar Mir exact, 4ULd an4 to Too by
m&fl, poatpsud.ajtd if are not prfrrtf
aliaird. IViurn It mUi& Wm Wlil inama-rltanij
rrlund yotsr monrv.
CartiasrUI OCrr rrtmtmmUHmmmi t-rf. fjwHtch
M-ia. km?, lofiaten, 65C; ftbort avt-m,
AOCS Vi-tiii.ionp. abort Htrm. l.25i
lovvtr. abort atera, SI.50: Z-or.
lofir.ahort5w,rn. 52.25? J-i-or-. -1n.
short etem. 3.25. VI il AjuTkC
via "UK. VIIC salKsaV fTmn OO t-bC
.41 marttet. OrW 1 mmem aa4 at Utraa aaasriaj
r a-aary rtarai IT jmm ar mA
nm C-afa.f.tgua cnT
' SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.flnc.l Chir aa-v
CSqmTmt tiiliakssCa. wiaggiac-ly natlialt ItWiTst
Noicc to the Public
I aisas-wsi. V rit for Fi
' Hair (rood. Asldrvaa.
To The Unfortunate
This old reliable and
tbe most succeasful
ppeciaunt in San Frau
clM!o. atill continues to
cure all Sei.al and
5emtnal Diaease" ucj
aa Oofiaerrhara, Oleet
ci Strict.re, 5rph Hta in
.-. all iia forma, Slkia Di-
- isTj? , aeaaea, iNervoaa Uebil-
' ' rty, Isnpoteacy. Semi-"i'i-y:
nal Weakneaaaud Loss
el Manhood, the cou
x ' U
Vva 1 s p1rta
?Oenoe ol aelf abuae and exceaxefc producing ihe
oliowinif arinptoms: aaliow countenance, dark
spots under t lie eyes, pain in the head, rinsing
ia the ears, lorn of confidence, diffidence in a-
pr jachlng slrauten., palpitation of tbe In-art :
areaaneaaol thelimbs aud back, hws ol nieinory !
plmoleann the face, couch, consumption, e-ic". '
DR. GIB BO. haa practiced In Kan Fram li-co
ewer thirty years and thae troubled klmulj not
fail to eonsult hira and nive the bone-lit of
iis great skill and experience. The doctor cu res ;
when others fail. Try him. Cures guarantcep. ;
Persons cured at borne. Charges rea-vinable. .
DBSJ. F. f BBON, 25 Kearny M. Kan Fran
Of ,0.-1 a.
UtistKG, Ou.. OvloWr -I,
Notice is hereby given that the nm!er
pikiicii, me irunee 01 trie nankrupt e-taeofl'Aii-,
Ci tn, wi'.l receive and
eoio-i.ler fropMiiions f.-r the purchase of
what is knoan as tha Curlin St- Mill
Situated near Coruitoi-ke, Orejton, all
pr iiKwilions subject to rejw;tion.
Address ma at kosfhnrc, (Jreuon
Date for closing ;the receipt of the saae
will be thirty lys iroui t:e date hereof,
lMte.l ut KoBe mrfc', Oregon, I his 21t
day rf Ojtober, 18W.
.1. T. 1 tin nots,
Digests what you cat.
' Itnd milk will make bad Imtter, no
Xuat icr how it is handled.
Cows need both shade and sunshine.
iut a wooded pasture is not as good ai
one largely open.
Get, rid of the old cows and the poor
Cows, lows are cheap enoupti to war
rant us in having the best.
Sw eet corn makes one of the very best
fee-ds to cut off and feed irrcen. whea
pasturage bepins to fail.
German experimenters claim that
cow s calvin? in December rive over 25
per cent, more milk than those freshen-
inff in Mav or June.
A farmer friend says thatjn ut.inj
lis Jersey bull on a small trcal power
for running his cream separator in not
only a cheap and easy way to secure oil
the cream. fuf results in more vigorous
t are for the cow at canine time, or
Mie will be profitless the rest of the
teason; also, jiut a little oil meal or oat
meal in the milk for the calve, to keep
the-m plump, and ec that they do not
forge themselves; and remember th.tt
the calf makes the cow.
The cow lequires a ration to (Trow
bone end muscle as well as fat. Do not
expect corn to supply nil that it requir?
in tbe wav of grain. It as the food rich
in nitrogenous element which will sup
ply that which is loowt wanted, such as
oats, bran, peas, linseed cakes with
TbeRoral Northaeet and emi-aeek!y
UltDtAtXB both one year
prlc-ofon psper alone.
, It artificiall y d igeso 1 lie food and ald9
; Nature in sticnuilRiunt' and recon
structing t ho -"xiiausted ditive or
gans. It is tho . l".'. discovered dipest
antand toni. $ dihtr preparation
can approach it in t-tlicienry. It in
' etantly relieves and peimaiiently cures
j Dyspepsia, Indii-siUm, lleartbuin,
i Flatulence, fcjour fclotuHfii, Kausea,
Sick ireadacho, Gai iali;i.Cratups,and
j other resultsf inifM!! fet dipestion.
j Prepared ty E. C. DeW'H 4 Co., Crjieaao.
How aa Abaeat-Mlade Caleasoaa
Was Allarea Back Par
"My friends call me an absent-minded
man," said the man with the tweed suit,
"and I guess they are pretty nearly
rip-ht. I was in lioston the other week
for three days, and when ready to de
part I took my prip and walked out of
the hotel without a thought of the bill.
Didn t the clerk sav anvthine? ot a
word. They i'.oii't jump on a man all
of a sudden over there. I had half an
hour to wait at the dejiot, and I was
st roiling .lrouiul us contented as you
plcabc, when a Mailing stranger timidly
walked ni to me and wanted to know
if I had a good time in lioston. I was
lather i,nplucd, but replied that I
had. Then he asked me if I had found
1 lit hotel all right, I told him jt was
bnntf-up. Then he switched off ou the
weather a minute, and all of a sudden
it struck me we bad met somewhere be
fore. When 1 put it to him he said that
inv face also had a familiar look. I
placed him a bit, and said:
" 'Why, you were around the Blank
hotel a good deal during my stay.'
" 'Yes, I was,' he replied,
"'and you are just getting away?'
tin: no, i l belong tnere, you
know, and 1 came down to ask you a
"A l,rn,9 Vi, 1. !4'
" 'I'd like to borrow nine dollars of
you to pay your hotel bill!
"Well, if I wasn't knocked out:''
laughed the absent-minded man. "It
was the hotel detective, of course, and
In- was trying to make it dead easy for
me. Just notice how considerate of
my feelings! 1 felt so thankful iu one
M-iisc and so mean in sinolher that I
went right back to the hotel. I walked
nil ti the desk with my mouth full of
cxcuM-h :j ncl apologies, but before I
could et out a word the clerk smiled
at ine and mi id:
"Ah! It is Mr. Johnson! Glad to see
you, Mr. Johnson. Will you have n
room on tin: second floor, front?"
"I paid my bill mid took n fresh
start," said Mr. Johiikon, "and I shall
never get over feeling grateful to 1iom
hotel people. It was all soeasy ami nice
and genteel, you know,-nnd' though 1
tried In make myself Iclice th:.t I v.::n
n hotel beat 1 couldn't do it."- Chicago
An excellent every-day pudding luay
be made with a cupful of fruit juice as
. .. - - i...:i:,..
m YrtiiTwlaf inn. l .riliir iu i ur I,,,.;,
Boint oue cupful of water and one cup
ful of fruit juice. Dissolve inrcc tac-ic-arwvnnfnU
of cornstarch in a little cold
ma tor atir into TilC uouitlir sjl up uu
cook ten minutes. Add one-halt salt
spoon of salt and sugar t3 make of the
sweetness reiuireJ. The quantity, of
course, depend niion the tartnrs cf
the fruit juice usid. Ileal the whites
of three eircs until foamy, hut not t Jb
stiff, aud stir into the pudding. Turn
into a mold and set in a cool place Ij
harden. Serve cold with a boil.d cus
tard made from the yolks of the eggs,
In preparing the little cucumbers
for pickling. '.o net forget to r.i:u a
little horseradih root to Gte vinegar
the encumbers are put in atal Say tau t
of the leaves over the top of the jar.
The horseradish helps to retain the
strength of the vinegar and prevei,
mold cominir over the ton of the
LVrrv and lieach-stamed fingers are
apt to be the order of the day now, but
ordinary fruit stains can be read ly re
moved with a little lemon juice, fol
lowed bv a vigorous rub with u nail
brush. If thev prove too obstinate.
however, a more radical method is to
rub them with diluted oxalic acid, rins
ing them with clear water afterward.
An English arrangement ia berries
and cream will be quite as effective and
delicious t-ubstituting nice sliced pearh
es for the berries. Take a pretty c hina
dish, pnt a Jayer of eaches fligbtly
crushed and sugared, then some rream
more eaches and cream, until the tsp
is reached. Set the whole cn ire until
quite frozen. Cut with a silver l.nife
In canning peaches or other Isrge
fruit there ia u-uallv muc'i :nnrc f 'nri
than the fruit repjirea. This may I
put into jars by itself and can l-r used
for flavoring custards, blanc mange and
pudding sauces during the winter.
Lace, white satins and silks keep a
much better color if put uuay in blue
tissue paper. The Turkish embroider
ies in gold or silver should be wrapped
in several layers of black tissue paper,
which prevents tarnishing.
The test of a canteloupe, says a Cats-
kill grower of the luscious fruit, is in its
fragrance. Breaks little piece from the
stem end with the thumb nail. If the
canteloupe smells spicy it is quite sure
to be good.
Calfs liver may be sliced, dipped in
fat, laid on a gridiorn and broiled just
as well as chops or stenk. Season, send
to the table on a hot platter, and serve
Ou hot plates. v ashington Star.
Dlstaaee Xot FpeelBed.
Swellrnj You say youll guarantee
this horse to trot in 2:40?
1 iorse Dealer Yes, sir.
"You mean a mile inyJMO?"
"Well, I didnt name any distance.
eir, but he'll go as far as he can in 2 : 40."
-Ohio State Journal.
Growlag Hatr br Sactloa.
A Taris hairdresser undertakes to
stow a good crop of hair on the baldest
head by mechanical means. His ap
paratus consists of a flexible plate of
convenient shape to fit the top of the
I bead. This is pressed down and the
air from beneath it exhausted. The
cupping process thus applied issup-
posed. to stimulate the growtaor tnc
It is estimated that we use annually
in the United States over 90,000,000,000
matches. These indispensable little ar
ticles were first used in this country less
than 70 years ago, and at that time n
box containing 25 was sold for 25 cents.
Imagine, if you please, matches at one
cent apiece! To-day, wo buy 1,000 Xoi
Li3's to Salt Lake
days to Denver
days to Chicago
4j days to New York
Free Mecllalua Chair cars, rs-
koiateretS XourlatN SIoeplBK
Care, PaUsnats Palace aieega
ttisr Cars ogscraieti on all
Ft furtbtr inlonne'ier apply lo
J. F. GIVAN5, Agt., Roeebnrf.
C. O. Terry, W. E Comaii,
Tr1. Faas. Agt.
Ut Third PI,, Tel. !0
Undertake? und Maker.
s Any Job Work done at
Triumph Prune Grader
Foi Green and dried Prunes.
Compact, Practical, Accurate.
Send Tor circulars and testimonials to
Bimn Chcbch corner of
treeta. Sunday service: Preaching at II a. aa.
and 7: p. m. Sabbath School at at a. av, O. P.
Coshow, aapetintendeat. rrayer aaeetjas; et
:3t Wednesday evening.
X. A. Docgils, Faster.
Flarr I'Btmuj caiaca Coraer ( Fine
and Woodward streets. Bandar serrices
Preaching both morning and erening, Saaday
school at 10 a m. T.F.8.C K.atCJB a. at
Frayer Bweting each Wednesday rreaiag at
7 JO- Aeordisl wvlcoBie and rreetin awaits
aD. W. A. Woo.
Ftasv FaaaBTTBaiAS CHCmcs Corner of Caas
ad Rose street. Saaday serrka: Fntiir
worship, 11 a. as., sal 6 p. v;-Satoai'j
school. Bam. t. F. S. C. E. at T a. m.
Prayer aserting, WedLcsday wrening 7.30
"v. J. A. TvwssAjrnv
Tag W. C. T. 0. will bold its regwlax aaeetlat
ea the second and fourth Mondays of every
aoonta at T JO a. m. ia the Ipworth LeaoprS-
rooea of the xf. K. Chorea.
Notice for Publication.
- Roseburg Bakery.
United States Land Offios
Kosebarc. Or.. Noremacr 7. 1S.
Notice ia hereby prea that tha foUow-,s;
Patentee and Manufacturer, Salem, Oregon. jaiake tni woof in snpporto. hsschta. d
' ' I that aatd pruof will be mad. before tbe Rnr-su-r
aeteiei. loltea states Land 01,09 at
All kinds of Pies, Cakes,
AGKNTS WANTKD FOR "THE LIFE ASDI
Acbievemeuta of Admiral Dewey," the world's j
greatest naval hero, lly Mural Halstead. the s
luc-lone friend and a-Jminrr of the nation's j
Idol. BlKKtt and bet bok: over SCO pages,
8x10 inches; nearly 10" pages halftone illustra-
rions. only l. 0. Knormoos demand. Big
tdmniiioiuns. Oullit free. Chance of a Me
nu. Write nuicS. The Dtminion Co rrrai)
Floor Caxton Bldg.,Chicr50.
fT- At Marsters.
We have agComplete
stocktof TEXT BOOKS
and the Finest Stock of
ever broughtto this city.
Our Prices are Right. ...
A. C. MARSTERS & GO.
We Have the Best and
Cheapest PIANOS and ORGANS,
CHICKERINGS, WEBER, KIM
Besides these we have other good
Pianos but cheaper in price but not
. ' ,j
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The favorite of the Army and Navy. A few of the ships equipped with the Blickens-
derfer Typewriter during'the Spanish-American War.
Men's Name, for Women.
In some parts of the islaud of Sa
moa men's names are common ainoDg
the women, for, if a baby girl is born
immediately after the death of n broth
er, it is supposed that the Milrit has
simply been transferred from one child
to the other, and the newcomer is con
demned to take the same baptismal
V o. 5, $35.
. J ' ' J I ' "
fer is rapidly dis
placing the more
higher priced ma
chines, as it does
the same work
equally as well (if
not better). 40,000
now rn use.
All goods fuliy guaranteed and sold ou the installment plan. Band Instruments,
Guitars, Banjos, Mandolins, Violins, Accordions, Autoharps. In fact almost anything in
the musical line can be had at the T. K. RICHARDSON STORE.
Hoseoorg, Oregoe, on Decern bet U,lS3tt,Tu:
On H. K So aiM, for tha Lot z, SI';,
SK1 i Section SJT. 24 Booth, B- i West, ltd
oamea th following wltaeasea to prowe h.-
eontinoooa resideaca asoa and eoltirauoaof
said land. rU: Joaea Gough, AdnleUoegh. mi
Oakland, trrou; John Haehs. of Wilbor, Ore
gon: Henry Bees oi Oaalaad, Oregon.
J.T. BR IDG 13,
TSJOTICK 13 HlilBY GIVES THAT THX
DBderaigned haa beea by the Coasty Court
of Douglas County, Mate of Oregoa, aipie:td
tha administrator of tha estate of BaUiah
son, deeeaeed. All persona haring elaimc
against said esute axe hereby raairs to pres
ent the same, duly verified, to tha tr 'vS.ia
at Riddle, Dooga Cooaty, Oreano, arias' t aiji
months from the data ul this notice.
Sated this 25U day of Oetober. isaa.
6I0aWE ai. QCTTt, -
Administrator Of the estate oi HaMaA S uoj,
Deceased. maVS .
Notice of Final Settlement.
NOTICK 13 HEREBY GIVES THAT THX
anderslgned. administratrix of tha eafato
Joseph Cellera, deceased, haa filed her final
account as aacn administratrix la tha Coca it
Court of Douglas County. Stale of Oregoa, anj
that said Court haa aet Tuesday, the 2nd. day
of January, 1X, at tlx. hoar of 10 o'clock , m. of
id day at ihe court boo, in Roeeburg, Dour,
las county, stale of Oregon, aa tha time and
place for tbe consideration of said final aceoaat
and for hearing objections thereto, aad tor
the final settlement of said esta.d
Dated this JHa day ol Norembrr, 139 .
JIaet J. CBixaas.
Administratrix of the eetate of JoeeyhOel
ten .deceased. (3U. )
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trlinma-l wits f,a Baltta anl aaa, apwwr aaaa
tnuim-rt with thrwarowa ana eeliar wita twa rewaof
I" aMi. ktwMi l-vta battoa anananat. Taa aaa hi
alailaa-iinl ni and aqoal Sacaiwa tha aril at
n-n. than wowhla tha art.-. -it -rfru run filing.,,
SEARS, ROEBUCK A CO.. CHIC ACQ
Csaafa, Seatae tCawl aarsaaaif t1"! I iwl 1
Notice of Appointment o Exuect
rix. TCJotiee la hereby given that the underaignsd
Was ou tha Hth day of NoromearTLsd.
duly appointed aaexeeutrix of the last will ana
testament of Ueoige T. Russell, deoeased. Ail
E arsons having claims, against said astaia are
ereby required to present the same properly
rerlSed, to said executrix, at Oakland. Douglas
county, Oregun, within lix month, from. Ura
Dated this 16 day of November, 1S99.
FRANCIS L. KLTSSELL.
Notice for Publication.
Cnitkd Statss La-o oaca
Roseburg, Oregon, W. t.-sw.ia.
Notice is hereby given that tha following
named settler has filed notice of hit intention
to make ttoal proof in support of hia claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Regis
ter and Receiver. United States Land Office at
Roseburg Ore., on Dcwuiber 49, las, tU:
JAMES . FKKRY
Ou H K 'No. for the hits 2 and 3. Bec.s,
T31S, RW. He DMnea the following wit
nesses to prove hia continuous leaidenca upon
and cultivation of taid UtndvU: Ueorg Quiaec
William Nichols, J. T. Mayes, Walter kiddle, ail
of Riddle, Oregon.
J ..TRUCE 1