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! The New Bread.
"D OYAL ' unfermented bread, made without
yeast, Avoiding the decomposition produced
j in the flouj by yeast or other baking powder;
peptic, palc-table and most healthful ; may be
eaten warm and fresh without discomfort, which
j is not true of bread made in an' other way.
Can be made only with
Receipt for Making One Loaf.
ONE quart flour. I teaspoonfiil
salt, half a teaspoonfiil sugar,
s heapingteaspoonfuls Royal Baking
Powder, half medium-sized cold
boiled potato, and water. Sift to
gether thoroughly flour, salt, sugar,
and baking powder ; rub in the
potato; add sufficient water to mix
smoothly and rapidly into a stiff
batter, about ns soft as for pound
cake; about a pint of water to a
quart of flour will be required
Note. It is necessary to follow, precisely, the above directions even to the
size of the pan. Observe that water should never lie added until the pow
der has been thoroughly mixed with the flour in a drv state.
Perfect success can be had only with the Royal Baking 1'owder. because it is
the only powder in which the ingredients are prepared so as to give that continu
ous action necessary to raise the larger bread lout.
The nuttv flavor noticeable in this oread is due to the fact that no acid except
that derived from the snipe is used in tile Rnval ISakintr Powder.
KdYAI- HAKINli 1MAVDKR l' .. 106 Wall Street. V. V for all
1 Nearly a Century u Nun.
Convent life jeenis favorable to longevity,
udgiug from the case of an Armenian nun
ustdead in a Jerusalem religious house
t the age of 115 years. She eutered the
Convent when a girl of seventeen and had
bever crossed the threshold since.
Minnie Hauk's husband. Count Ernest
it Kesse Wartegx, Is a writer and scientist
at more than ordinary ability and reputa
tion. He Las traveled extensively in Xort h
mid South America and in Europe ttad
Africa, and belongs to many scientific so
cieties in Europe nml this couiitrr.
Mr. J.C.Jones,of Fulton, Ark., saysof
nojaa "auuuu mju years ago 1 con
fSSSEua tracted a severe case of blood
Tpoison. Leading physicians prescribed
medicine after medicine, which I took
iwunouc any reuoi. x aiso inert mercu
rial and potash remedies, with uusuc-
eessful results, but which brought on an
ttt.tank of mfirciirinl riiAiimnricm thaf
made my life one of agony. After suff
ering lour years 1 gave up all remedies
and commenced using 8. 8. S. After
takintr RAVornl rmfrloa T urna ATitiralw
wired and able to resume work.
Is the greatest medicine for
... n-.-m niooa poisoning to-auy on
Treatiso on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
tree. fiwiiT Srisctt'io Co.. Atlanta, Oa.
It's Just as Easy
To grow Choice Flowers as It Is to grow
common ones if yon START RIGHT.
Either one of the following collections Is ft rarden
In luelf. and your garden in not complete without
them. They are all beautiful and fashionable flow
en and the plants are all at runic, healthy and pot
(Town, and sent, postage free, tor the price named.
THE TIMOTHY HOPKINS COLLECTS OF SWEET PEAS
Gmpriifse It DUtinct VarteUc. A Large Packet
V Sttdt of eachor $1.10, or a Packet of Seodt 0
Ox niK varieties mixed for only 10 emit.
2 Roses Sl.00 V"""K
12 Carnations SI.OO vniu
12 Pelargoniums a 1.00
12 Chrysanthemums $I.O
power or rrrnpa choio varieti
vagatablt OLLUO (roar on or ov ml
OB ONE DOLLAR.
SHERWOOD HALL NURSERY CO.
M. to. tow t hi St. - - Sao Francta, &L
THAT THE COST OF
clothing is regulated
by the quantity Hold.
Ho we, sell Inn the
largest amount, can
five the IIKST (or the
.EAST MONEY. Send
(Hiatal card (or rules
and for description of
Suits from f to f 17 to
Steinbach & Co.,
tot. First and Morrison. Portland. Or.
FROM V will
cost you 43
pare our 4.1
eent shirt with
any you have
you have been
,,,,, . trailing. 11 11
i.hl. - "".made of Williamsburg soft-Hn-hZJ.L
mu,1'?- three-ply set on linen
fr,m. h . 'le,lB n collar bands, reinforced
U wrl"',We' k' patent continuous strip In
will !.T 1 f ' 'H k,"" h-ewed and felled seams,
shirt .1 : b""on-holesand eyelets. It is a
vJ""1'1'" and wear. It will show you
rishi .1 ,ur y"ur money you can net at the
J friL Snd 1" of collar won- Our
. 1'ue ha" '"".pages of iuch,7alucs.
" is wnt free at request. " "
O'-DJ tana, Portland, Oregan.
A MILD PHYSIC
.-S.0!E P,LL rOR A DOSE.
m, it 4r,T.e--,,""PHT whM IB jratcm UcU to
lrn T. cur H4achs, brubua lbs
mm. Th , Complexion better lhn os
w.mr t!"..7. -m,,flT. nuher rnp nor steko M
"1:1 ' -OHIIK rem 01 Uwlr menu t
Royal Baking Powder.
more or less according to the brand
and quality of the flour used. Do
not make a stiff dough, like yeast
bread. Pour the batter into a
greased pan. 41,'xS inches, and 4
inches deep, filling about half full.
The loaf will rise to fill the pan
when baked. Bake in very hot
oven 45 minutes, placing paper
over first 15 minutes baking, to pre
vent crusting too soon on top. Bake
at once. Don't mix with milk.
HIrIi neeletl Shoes.
Tlie streets of the old city of Von
ice were often extremely thick in
mud. in spite of tlie great sewers
which dated from the Tenth century.
Even now, with but tiO.OOO or 70,000
inhabitants, the thoroughfares be
tween the Piazza and the Rialto ore
sometimes sufficiently bad. We are
writing of the time when the popula
tion was nearly five times what it
now is, and when Venetian trade
was at its zenith. Well, to combat
this mud, the ladies took to high
As the mud grew worse the heels
became taller and taller until at
length they were half a yard high
and as difficult to control as a pair of
stilts without handles. The conse
quence was that a lady in full dress,
obliged to walk but a few yards, had
to be supported on both sides. This
was a task for the black pages, or for
tlie lovers, who had now become a
very conventional part of Venetian
society. National Renew.
Cures for Nervousness.
In connection with the water and
air cures for nervous patients cer
tain respiratory and muscular exer
cises are advantages, and may, in
certain advanced stages of the dis
ease, be applied passively by massage
and similur operations. Among other
things gardening and other occupa
tions in the open air are of great
benefit. Unhappily, in the large
cities, where the majority of the pa
tients live, there are only a few so
fortunately situated as to be able to
enjoy such employment to any con
Those who are able to go clear into
the country and work in th fiVIils
and woods in the sweat of their
brows will perhaps, if they are pru
dent and other conditions are favor
able, effect a happy cure of their
nervous disorders. Dr. Bilsinger in
Popular Science Month!-,
Melody und Music.
Melody was thelieginiiingand ever
will be tlie essence of music through
all ages. The Greeks based their
melody on tlie tetrachord system,
which they may have copied from
the natural melody in human speech.
Gregorian chants. Protestant hymn
tunes, many national melodies and
other musical themes aro based on
natural melody in human speech.
better in every
in that than well
people stop to
ponder. To get
back flesh and
spirits is every
thing. Scott's Emulsion
of pure Cod Liver Oil with Hypo
phosphites is prescribed by lead
ing physicians everywhere for ail
ments that are causing r: pid loss
of flesh and vital strength.
Scott's Emulsion will do more than
to stop a lingering Cough-it fortifies
the system AGMIST coughs and colds.
Prtr1 hr Rentt Bowne. W. V. All amrrhts.
Qreqon Blood Purifier,
.KIDNEY VLIVta DiSEASCS. DYSPCP3IA.
. ciun ro a nT-HCQunSiM onr3"5
llSMCACAChtS CC3TlVCNtB ifTfll
Bctmdr for Cturrh to Um
Best, Eulnt to fx. an CbcaprM.
asm br Dnrnira or tenl br mtO.
Ke. B. T. tUulUna, Warm, Pa,
NEW YORK YOUNGSTERS SES A
Six Thousand Street Urchins Swarm lata
Metropolitan Flayhoute and Make
Away with Everything Portable Within
Reach A Pandemonium.
Fully 6,000 shouting, screaming, chat
tering, cheering youngsters attended the
erfoniiance of "The Scout" given for
Dr children at Xiblo's. and outdid the
ians as regards noise and drowned
the reports of the pistols with their en
Such an audience has never before
been inside the walls of a playhouse.
There were boys there with dirty faces,
and boys whose natural color did net
give one an opportunity to see if they
were dirty or not. Little girls were
there, too, some white and a few black,
and they took as much delight in the
performance and made as much noise
as the boys.
The doors of the theater were besieged
as early us 7:30 o'clock, and by 8:30 there
was a tremendous jam aboiit'the Broad
way and Crosby street entrances. Once
the doors were opened there was no use
trying to collect tickets. The boys sim
ply swept everything before tliem. In
an incredibly short time every seat con
tained at least two occupants, and every
available place from which the stage
could be seen was occupied.
1 he boys hung on the posts like mon
keys, occupied the stairs, stood on the
radiators, and if it wasn't for the ten
big policemen who were there to preserve
order there is no knowing what thev
would have done. Tlie youngsters talked
to each other from nil parts of tlie house.
"Hay, Yaller!'.' shouted one airchin
across the gallery. "Did you see me
brudder?" "Xaw," came the answer.
"Hully Mo!" shouted back the first
speaker, "mo inndder will slaughter
me." "Hi, Rod," shouted another young
ster, "Where's Mike?" "Oil, lie's down
in the parkay eating oats," came the an
swer. It was 10 o'clock when Congressman
Timothy J. Campbell came Move the
curtain and addressed the boys. At
least he tried to tell the boys to be good
citizens, but they heard him not, and he
concluded in pantomime.
One little girl wearing a big red hat
occupied a chair all by herself in the or
chestra, "lake off your hat, Mag!"
shouted the little one behind her, but
she paid no attention, and in an instant
that hat was sailing down the nisle.
When she got it back it was in ribbons,
and to quiet her cries a policeman lifted
her into a box, where she spent most of
her time' sticking her tongue out at the
How the boys cheered when the cur
tain went up! They applauded Dr.
Carver like mad, and when he threw
the villain in the big tank they yelled
furiously. The comic Irishman and the
darky pleased them immensely, and they
marveled atDr. Carver's aim when he
broke all the bottles in tlie saloon with
The actors soon discovered that it was
useless to talk, as they couldn't be heard,
and they went on a great part of the
I time in puntomime. No villain was ever
more heartily disliked than Cherokee
I Jake, played by Mr. Sommerfield. One
i boy in the gallery threw a half eaten ap
j pie at him, and an Indian picked it up
I and finished it. In tlie fourth act cries
came from all parts of the house to
throw Jake into the river. There was
tumultuous applause when the horse fell
through the bridge, and there was more
when the play was over. It took just
seven minutes for the house to empty,
and it seemed a miracle that no one
was hurt. Had one boy stumbled while
coniing down tlie gallery staircase the
result would have been appalling.
After the house was emptied Manager
Comstoek went and viewed the wreck.
Every other row had a broken seat, and
in one place an entire row was demol
ished. The nrcliius broke open the opera
glass machines and carted off the glasses,
and in some cases took the machines
"Well," said Mr. Comstoek, "they
had a good time, and I don't care as long
as they left the four walls and didn't get
hurt." New York Herald.
IlUiifte of the Hat.
A London correspondent complains
that he cannot take his walks abroad
with his head uncovered without being
exposed to gilies and flouts and sneers
and treated as a lunatic. "And yet," he
asks, "who but the hatter would suffer
by the almost complete disuse of the bat?
The advantages would lie many. We
Bhonld eutirely avoid baldness (which
our hats induce); our heads would be as
cool as our faces (which we never think
of covering, though they are less pro
tected with hair than our heads); we
Bhould save our money and a great deal
of trouble. In this climate we need not
be afraid of sunstrokes,' and we should
void folds in the head. It is a mistake
to sur.toee that either chimney pot hats
or bowlers shade the eyes. They do not
do so ny more than women's bonnets. "
"Alp iabet slippers" are getting to be
qnite & craze in some parts of the conn
try. The young people of chnrch so
cieties arrange for an evening lunch, the
name f every article of which begins
with tie same letter. Each member is
instrn led to provide a portion of the
feast, lid forfeit is levied atrainst de-
linqm Is. A "B" supper, for instance.
wouhMinclnde bread, beans, butter,
banaul, bwf, brick cheese (by an elas
tic coifcnv tion of the rule), bologna,
ilr Wright la llnlrornra.
id that a tradesman was lately
in London who hail disposed of
nghters in marriage, and as a
or each he bad given their
halfpence, it is suggested
r were rather bnlky, as the
f them weighed fifty pounds,
ng and elghtpence. London
The New Bread
. ll, evident that. If considerations of
uroiiuiuiness in tooa and convenience in
housekeeping era to govern, the use of
yeast in bread-maiing must become a
thing of the past. It is an established fact
that yeast pioUuces the gas which raises
the bread, not from itself, but bv fenuent
ing'orjotting some of the most 'nutritious
elements' of the Hour. The gas is the prod
uct ot the decomposed elements. The loss
ot these properties is what maks fresh
veast bread unwholesome. The use of the
oyai rsaKing rowder instead of yeast is
found to make a tiner. lighter breaA, devoid
of all dyspeptic qualities. The same gas
carbonic is produced as where veast is
used, but it is evolved from the' bakine
powder itself aud not from the Hour. None
of the elements of the Hour is impaired,
thereby preserving the nutritive values of
the bread, which is made more wholesome
and actually ami-dyspeptic. The greater
convenience where 'a batch of the finest
bread can he made and baked in less than
an hour with no danger of a sour or heavy
loaf must be appreciated by every one.
A receipt for tnis bread is'givenelsewhere
m this paper. The best bnadmakers after
tlie old-tashioned wav will be particularly
interes ed in trying this. To every reader
who will write the result of her bread
inaking from this receipt to the Koval bak
ing Powder Co.. UK! Wall street, New York,
tbat company will send in return, free, a
copy of a most practical and u eful 000k
book, containing one thousand receipts for
all kinds of baking, cooking, etc. Mention
Valpean, who was the son of a farrier,
and whose early education hud bocu en
tirely neglected, had to study his own lan
guage beside.s Ijitin, Greek," history, gwig.
raphy. physics, chemistry, botatiy and
other preliminary subjects during his lirst
year of medical study, and siieorasfully
passed examinations in them all.
American l.uril Is ('hraier.
American lard is being sold in the City
of Mexico as fast as received at a whole
sale prico of twenty live cents per pound,
while the nutive boil U held nt twentv.nW
cents a poll ud.
A sportsmnn found in the wilds of Lane
county, Or., the other dav, a valise con
taining a lot of watches, chains and oilier
jewelry supposed to lie the discarded loot
of a burglar.
There are fifty-one living cardinals, all
except ten of whom w ere appointed by the
A Rochester woninn lias trained crickets
thnt sing iu the rulllesof her dress sleeve.
PREVENTING FUTIIKK MISERY.
If there Is. In this vnle of rem, a mnre nmllffit
fource of misery than the rkeuiimtio twinge, we
iive jrei 10 near 01 11. reopie are born with a
tendency to rheumatism, lust as thev are with
one to consumpllou or to scrofula, slight causes
may develop this. A soon as the seoiiljlint
complaint mnulfents lite f, recuurke hnuld be
had to Hostetter sStnmavh Bittern, which chucki
its further inrondii and banishes the rhuHmatie
poison from the system. This ktsteme t tallica
exactly with testimony of physic hub who have
employed this line blend ilepurent in their pri
vate practice. There Is also the amplist pioles
I Hal and general testimony as to the elllcacy
ot the Hitters for malaria, liver complaint, ou
stipatiou, inillgi slimi. kidney tnmbie, nervous
new and loss of appetite and Hesh. After a
welting, whether followed by a cold or not, the
Bitters li useful as a preventive oi the initial
attack of rheumatism.
She Do you think It possible for a man to
love two women at onref lie Yes, llfty at once,
if they were all like you.
RUPTURE AND PILES OUKBD.
We positively cure rupture, piles and allreo
lal diseases without palu ordetoution Irombml
neas. No cure, no pay. Also all Private dia
OHsea. Address fur pamphlet Drs. Porteitleld A
Uwey, gas Market street. Hau Frauolaoo.
The situation at Washington It a struggle be
tween the ax and the "ex."
IIKWAHK OF OINTMENTS FOR CA
TARRH THAT CONTAIN MKltll ItY,
As mercury will surely destroy the sense of
smell and completely der-uige the whole system
when enieriiig 11 through the mucous a iff aces.
Such articles should never be used except on
prescriptions from reputable physicians, aa the
damage they will do la tenfold to the good you
can po-sibly derive from them. Hull's Cslarrli
(,'ure, manufactured by F. J, Cheney itt (Jo,, To
ledo, u , contains no mercury, and 11 taken in
ternally, actiug directly upon the blood anil mu
cous surlacei of the smlcm. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure ba sure you get the genuine. It is
taken Internally and made in Toledo, U., by F.
J. Cheney k Co. Testimonials free.
told by druggists; price, 76 centa per
rr.iiiilrr' Orca-nn Illnnd Purifier Is
tho best remedy for cleansing your system.
NOTHING LIKE IT.
40 YEARS OF PAIN CURED.
ITJIACA, N. Y.,
Iec. 19, 1881.
I have been a
victim of rheu
matism. I was
persuaded to try St. Jacobs Oil. I
have used two bottles, and a man
more free from rheumatism never
walked our streets. My limbs that
were once stifT and lr.me are now as
light and limber as in my youth.
AFTER FIVE YEARS.
Ithaca, N. Y., July 5, 1887.
Suffered many years injury to
hip resulting in rheumatism, muscu
lar weakness and contracted cords.
Two bottles of S. Jacobs Oil re
lieved me so that I now valk about
and attend to daily duties at 6a.
I heartily endorse it.
Justice of the Peace, George Wil
kinson, of Lowville, Murray Co.,
Minn., makes a deposition concern
ing a severe cold. Listen to it "In
the Spring of 1888, through ex
posure i contracted a very severe
cold that settled on my lungs. This
was accompanied by excessive night
sweats. One bottle of Boschee's
German Syrup broke up the cold,
night sweats, and all and left me
(t a good, healthy condition. I can
give German Syrup my most earnest
Imitations ve been put upon the mar
ket to closely resembling Allcoce's Poaora
Plasters in general appearance as to be
wen calculated to deceive. It ia. however.
in general appearance only that they com
pare witti allcock's, tor thev are worse
than worthless, inasmuch as thev contain
deleterious ingredients which are apt to
vauav sfiiuii. injury. jicineuiDer thut all
cock 'a .r t llA 11 111 l- .v..,, ,is I.
the best external remedy ever produced ;
anil when niinlm.iii., nl.iM .1.. . n..i..
ask for, but see that you get Allcock's
When a woman is trying to write a letter on
a half sheet ot paer, much may lie aald ou
"Jnwn' J'niiWii'ii( 7VorA" are of great
service in subduing hoarseness. SoUi only
naughier Our iceman is dead, papa. Father
w hat an awful change it will be (or html
A NOTAItf.E ANNIVERSARY.
April 1st, 1S-.H, was I In first birthday anniver
sary of the Sherwood Hall Kursary Co., of San
Francisco aud Meulo Tark. To thoae who
know what an Important factor thia Company
has become it neema hardly possible that Its
euvlabla position has bse'n attained In one
short year. The success of this Company
means a great deal besides a profitable busi
ness. The gentleman who founded the enter
prise began with a determlnatiim i.. ilem.oi.
strate that for the propagation and cultivation
m irecs, piants, seeds and bulla the State of
California had such advantages of soil and cli
mate that she could stand pre-eminent. At
Memo, w ith which in. spot iu the state can com
pare in adaptability for this pur)oe, It Is being
dally shown that for puritv and germinating
iwiuer tin. li..pif.....l ri..n v-
' , , ' mm ,uier loillliHIIV H
S;.ri' 'ar ahead of any others to be had.
i lie iiinoiiiy 111. . tins collection of Sweet I'eas
lias become famous all over the world; aud as
for the Chrysanthemum, theyiieen of Autumn,
the varieties raised at Sherwood Hall far sur
pass In fineness of texture, site of bloom.
Iirllliancv and viirlelv of cilorlnu il,u ......i J
ol even sunny Japan, Its native place. Calllor
niaisthc Lest state for secil-riilslng. and the
snerwnou Hull Nursery Co. alreadv stands first
In the State.
Tit GanMaA for breakfast.
Dso Kmunellne BIoto Polish; no dost, no smell,
A TIHKD WOMAN,
just as much aa
sick and ailing one,
needs Pr. Tierce's
tion. Thnt builds up,
strengthens, and in
vigorates toe entire
female system. It
regulates and pro
motes all the proper
functions of woman
hood, tmnrnvea iliir no
tion, enriches the blood, dixpols aches and
pains, melancholy and nervousness, brings
refreshing sleep, and r en tores health and
us a powerrui restorative tonic and sooth
lnar nervine, niado eaoeciallr for .nmnn'i
needs, and the only guaranteed remedy for
woman's weaknesses and ailments. In all
"female complaints "and irregularities, if it
ever fails to benetlt or cure, you have your
A m.. nnw ... ! l! II ! M r
-- ft- UII.I1J .1,1-. 1 1 1 11. V 1DIIO,. VW
tarrh in the Head. That means that it's
urivon irom me neaa into the throat and
lungs. But, by its mild, soothing, cleansing
and healing properties, Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Kemady perfectly and permanently cures.
(1. 00 per Dottle?
Due ouut a doao.
Tnrfl OnicAT rorniTiiisrnr.Tm iwT,..'Ii
where all others fuli Coughs, Croup. Bore
ihroat, Hoarsenesa, whooping Cough and
Asthma, r'or Consumption It lias no rival!
has cured thousands, and will cuns you If
taken In time. Hold uy DnigglaU on a guar
antee. For n Jjune Hack or Chest, use
SHILOH'B BELLADONNA PLASTBftjJTio.
Have you uttiu i li t 'i'hls remedy Is gunran.
tcod to cure you, l'rioo,6Uuts. iujoutorfrvo.
IIihii hi the
ntniiNt Bllvcr TaMowiire be. Newenl iIunIkiih;
Flrwt mill Morrlaon, Portland.
BY NOT RIDHMi THE R1SMT
ttas roa oia Tataumvc-Tuu vovauaaour
vv l ? n.ai . a . H
JJ0RTU PACIFIC CYCLE (JO.
tHl.TOl.r.3 or EVERY DESCRIPTION. .
Msaovsw Bwidihs -Powtiano OneoON
THE CORK FACED HORSECOLLAR
I'n'Vimtit the lioe from havtim a wire or KHllod
iitxrk. (,'Hil mitl flMHtli' ri'oiilrinir noiufKai
I nr. Ak your 1mkI NH'Mlvry Riiop for lt Jf
mvj w in l iiavo ii aj:ini jruur uroitr iff
MAIN eV. WINCHESTER,'
114, l, IH and n Itaiterr Ntrert,
Nfi Prauel.ei. 4'aliroriifa.
Rrni mir ad'lrut fur ilrtcrlpiive circular.
IkG m m. j. mm m c a
IK.) HUT Am
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE." BUY
'TIS CHEAPER IN THE END.
lYIoore's Revealed Remedy.
ArroaiA. riHKimM t.ntt.rw in i.i..i.i..iil . i- . . . .
AtrroaiA. OssooH, January
R'1? lA 1 '"M m1 joututeat buy cared entlrelyof INKljtMMATOKY HHKtJ.
w mrvmw wwwva
T" "'I'm iii,i ipum j ii.i.iimn u,iiii.iii,.iwhu , i in i...
Slmonds Crescent Ground Cross Cuts.
And All Kind of MILL SAWS. Alao Saw Repairing. '
AWSIMONOS SAW CO. 7S rrant tlr.wt. Partlantl. Or. -a
hort Breath, Heart Trouble, Rheumatism.
iTre. L. II. Paine
Eagle Creek, Oregon.
"I have Itred here In Oregon for the past
twenty years, and most of Uie time hare been a
very great sufferer from isilnumniorr
rheumatism. I hare also had what the doctor
called heart disease, with shortness of breath
and sharp pains In the left side. I decided to take
Hood's Siirsaparllla, and before I had finished
three bottles I was In better health than I hid
been for years. I do not have any pain now,
sleep well, and to-day no woman ot my age
Enjoys Better Health
than I. At home on the ranch I not only attend
to my family housework, but last summer I
eared for and milked four cows. I do not (sal
that I can say half enough In praise ot
Mrs. t M. Paine, Eagle Creek. Oregon.
Hood's Pills are prompt and ernolent, yel
easy In action. Bold by all druggist. 36
Rods, Reels, Lines, Hooks, Leaders.
Etc, of the Finest Quality.
THE 1 1 HUDSON ARMS CO.,
03 First St., Portland, Or.
Bond for catalogue.
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DR. RO-SflN-KO'S PILE RGMEDY,
whtt-h maim dirootlr on rwrta attpcttxl,
hiorbn tumora, Uiivttcril!ig,olltwt1nit
pfnnanrnttiro. I'rtnnMSti. Drimglafs
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pann's QONg emus
Will nut llnr nv r.nutn
Bones, Meat, Urintloaud all,
Urcen Cut BONKrt wlfl
uotihlo the immlK-r of eam
mil make tlisui more for
tllo will carry the hens
safely through tho mnltlns
lrlnd and put them la
condition to lay when ens
command the hlKhest price
and will doralope your
chicks faster than auy
Hoed Areen Pones end
liso rnsiaasas to kill
the lice, ami ton will make
fifty per cut mure prolit.
Heud for Catalogue and
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