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Highest of all ia Leavealng Power.-
Am Llrrtlon t:.frlinre.
A private letter from h little Illinois
towu tells of the rectnt election, when
women asserted their voting privileges.
It was iimusiiig. now that I think of
it." says the writer, "the way in which
we were manipulated by a pair of clever
women. Thirty of us met at the towu
hall in caucus, and iu a short time we
were unanimous for the candidates of
th vp two leaders. They talked and
I and i;liUeriii;,My generalized with
.se of old hands, and my husband
d well at me when 1 confessed nt
that I had voted for B. when 1 had
. . ..itedly stated my not-to-be-persnad-ed-from
intention to vote for A. Nest
year 1 shall work hard to preserve my
individuality. Evidently we women will
have to become educated to withstand
the whee di :s of the other side. I am
truly ashamed that I should have been
bo soou talked over.'"
Ha IMcked tlii Men.
A prominent Methodist clergyman,
who now resides in San Francisco, tells
this incident, which occurred iu a Pull
man sleeper while riding through Iowa.
As the train passed over the state line
into Iowa a seal was put ou the liquor
sideboard iu the buffet, and the clergy
man, wishing to test the enforcement of
the prohibition law, called the porter and
asked him if he could get a little whisky.
"Oh, yes, sah, said the porter.
"Aud liuv uuout a little v.-ir.?"i'irid
"1 think I can (is you, sah," was the
prompt and whispered reply.
"But." continued the reverend gentle
man, "how about prohibition in Iowa?"
"Oh," said the porter, with a knowing
wink, "we always pick our men, sah."
San Francisco Argonaut.
Method In It.
"Bobbie," said the visitor, "isn't it rather
selflh in you to send your little sister after
a piece of cake"
"I don't know," replied Bobbie. "Mother
wouldn't give it to me." Truth.
Ought to lie (iruterul.
Softly I'd have you to understand, sir,
that I'm not such a fool as I look.
Sarcast Well, then, you have much to be
thankful for. Tit-Hits.
A Gentle Hint. I
lie (driving with a young lady) I never
try to do more than one thing at a time.
She Then let me drive, Mr. Suueezeman.
Brooklyn Life. j
Old i-.ml Xcw. '
The "sturd n ik ami i ;i..i;!ii,' vine" are out of
The mmlcr.i nmidva annuls alone, with tri
umph u:i hrr brow.
She bulTi't bum y wiili the worlil, she fares
ns be sin' can
Anil myly mukes her way through life without
I. ii- help of man.
Hur broken oke of servitude she tramples
'ni'ath lu-r feet;
Ber ancient tyrant she defies and finds her
Vet sometime; when the road Is hard and
tilings look rather black
The independent woman's thoughts insist on
The sheltered life si'i'tns very fair amid earth's
And restful the iM falilnneil plan a man to
pu the Dills!
ought to be fat. They are
sickly when thin and thin
when their food does not
the cream of Cod-liver Oil
and hypophosphites, makes
babies fat and well, strength
ens growing children and
nourishes mothers. Physicians,
the world over, endorse It.
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Her New Vaccination Mark.
She was a pretty girl aud his fate, and
he was telling her so. She listened angel
icully, and by watching- her left eyelid he
knew he was succe?.ful.
The ir't ey -ii 1 is always a true indicator
of a girl's feelings.
Finally he eiitureil to slip bis armabout
her. and it was all right for a minute, when
she sprung to her feet w ith anguish on her
"How can you" she sobbed. "Brute:"
".My own," he protested.
"Go!" she wept. "I can uever love you!
You have no heart, no tenderness! You are
"What have 1 done?" cried the miserable
young man, and then she lifted her stream
"You have no regard for my vaccination
at all," she said. "Oh, how it hurts!-' So
he whs obliged to finish his proposal minus
the encircling arm net. He isn't the only
man in a like plight just now. Boston
Ue Knew All but Two.
Mother Oh, Johnnie! Did you knowall
your lessons today?
Johnnie Yes'm, all but two.
Mother How many did you have? .
Joh u u ie T wo. Tru t h.
A Little Thine Mke That.
"I saw a funny thiug down in West Vir
ginia not long nyo," said the drummer,
flicking the ashes from hiscigaron his boot
heel. "A bride aud groom were on a Cin
cinnati and Ohio train from Lexington,
Ky., got off for a platform promenade
while the train was being made up at Hunt
ington, and after a few minutes he put her
hack ou the car and went to the restaurant
for some fruit. As he entile into the car he
stopped for a few minutes to speak to a
friend in the smoker, and when he came on
in to where he supposed his new wife was
he couldn't find her. He looked every
where without success; then he began to go
"Where's my wife? Where's my wife?"
be shouted as he tore up aud down the car,
and the conductor came hurriedly in to see
what the matter was. As he was trying to
get a coherent answer from him an old fel
low said he had seen her get off the car aft
er the young man had put heron at t he last
station, ami lie guessed she was li ft. Then
the groom raved mill tore his linir and de
manded that the train go back after her.
To this the conductor object ed, and a com
mittee of five married men waited ou the
"Was it your wife that was left?" in
quired the spokesman.
"Yes, yes, and the train must go back for
"Hold on a minute, will you?" said the
old spokesman testily. "How long have
you been married?"
"A week only, and thetraiumustgoback
after her," he moaued as he rocked himself
to and fro.
"Well, I guess not!" said the old fellow
emphatically. "When you've heen married
as long ns we have, you won't want to be
inconveniencing a trainload of passengers
for a little thing like leaving your w ife be
hind," and the groom had lo go on to the
next station and wait for his bride. De
troit Free Press.
They had been engaged, hut now were
suffering from one of those quarrels which
sometimes ruHle the course tif true love.
They had not spoken for three days, and
neither wished to be the llrst to yield.
But with the hankering which afflicts
murderers and lovers with reference to the
scene of the late unpleasantness he called
nt the house ou a trumped up business mis
sion to her father.
By chance (?) she nnswered his ring at
Gathering himself, he, with a cold, slow
voice, begins the following diulogtie:
He Does Mr. Dudley reside here?
She He does.
He Is he iu?
She He is not.
Ho Will he be ill soon?
She He will.
He Thank you. I will call again. (Turni
She Kxctise nie, who shall I say called?
London Shop Clrla.
"Shop girls iu London.'' said an At
lanta lady who has seen a great deal nf
the world, "far surpass those in New
York as regards personal apiiearance
and ability for mental calculation.
They dress usually in lilnck or some
other dark color, all uniform, with black
brilliantiiie aprons, white collars and
cuffs. When you ask a price or esti
mate it is given so glibly that you are
amazed. And this calculation is entire
ly mental, paiier is rarely resorted to nn
Iti8 like myself the customer's mind
is not so active as the clerk's The
secret of beiti!( a hie to obtain such senr
tee lies of ionise in competition. Sales
women are innumerable." Atlanta Coil'
ChcUe F.ower Sect's
Desirable Vegetable Seeds
for 75 cents
IS Flowering Bulbs
Begonias, Tuberoses, etc.
rw wm v
Thronsb Santa ClaraTieat
By FEANCI3 BRET HAi.TR
"But rrefcon Icnotc your father.'
The sun, an hour high, but only just
topping the trreenish crests of the wheat,
was streaming like the morning breeze
through the open length of Tom Bent's
workshed. An exaggerated and pro
longed shadow of the young inventor
himself at work beside his bench was
stretching itself far into the broken
down ranks of stalks toward tho invis
ible road, and falling at the very feet of
Rose JIallory as she emerged from them.
She was very pale, very quiet and
very determiued. The traveling mantle
thrown over her Bhoulders was dusty;
the ribbons that tied her hat under her
round chin had become unloosed. She
advanced, walking down the line of
shadow directly toward hint. m
"I am afraid I will have to trouble
you once more," she said, with a faint
smile, which did not. however, reach
her perplexed eyea. "Could you give me
any kind of a conveyance that would
take me to San Jose at once?"
The young man had started at the
rustling of her dress in the shavings and
of a loss oi im,W ttvUUo for an in-
stant in his face, but it quickly pi
ut it quickly passed
into a smile of recognition. Yet she felt
that he had neither noticed any chango
in her appearance nor experienced nny
wonder at seeing her there at that hour.
"I did not take a buggy from the
house," she went on quickly, "for I left
early and did not want to disturb them.
In fact they don't know that I am gone.
I was worried at not hearing news from
my father in San Francisco since the
earthquake, and I thought I would run
down to San Jose to inquire without
putting them to any trouble. Anything
will do that you have ready if I can
take it at once."
Still, without oxhibitinit the least sur
prise, Bent nodded affirmatively, put
down his tools, begged her to wait a mo
ment and ran off in tho direction of the
cabin. As he disappeared behind the
wheat she lapsed quite suddenly against
the work bench, but recovered herself a
moment after, leaning with her back
against it, her hands grasping it on
either side and her knit brows and de
termined little face turned toward the
road. Then she stood erect again, shook
the dust out of her skirts, lifted her veil,
wiied her cheeks and brow with the
comer of a small handkerchief and be
gan walking up nnd down the length of
the shed ns Bent reappeared. I
He was accompanied by the man who
had first led her through the wheat. He
gazed upon her with apparently all the
curiosity aud concern that the other had
"You want to get to San Joso ns quick
; you am?" he said interrogatively.
"Yes," Bhe said quickly, "if you can
You wahced all tho way from the
major's here';" he went on, without tak
ing his eyes from her face.
"Yes, she answered, with an affecta
tion of carelessness she had not shown
to Bent. "But I started very early it
was cool and pleasant and didn't seem
Til put you down in San Jose inside
the hour. You shall have my horse and
trotting sulky nnd I'll drive you myself.
Will that do?"
She looked at him wonderingly. She
had not forgotten his previous restraint
ami gravity, but now his face seemed to
have relaxed with some humorous satis
faction. She felt herself coloring slightly,
but whether with shame or relief she
could not tell.
I shall be so much obliged to you,"
she replied hesitatingly, "and so will uiy
father, 1 know.
"I reckon," said the man, with the
same look of amused conjecture. Then,
with a quick assuring nod, ho turned
sway and dived into the wheat again.
"You're all right now. Miss Mallory,'
said Bent complacently. "Dawson will
fix it. He s got a good horse, and he's a
good driver, too." He paused, and then
added pleasantly, "1 suppose they re all
well up at the house!1
It was so evident that his remark car
ried no personal meaning to herself that
she was obliged to answer carelessly,
"I suppose you see a good deal of Miss
Randolph Miss Adele, I tliink you call
her?" he remarked tentatively, and
with a certain boyish enthusiasm which
she had never conceived possible to his
"Yes," she replied a little dryly. "She
is the only young lady there." She
topped, remembering Adcle's naive de
scription of the man before her, and
said abruptly, "You know her then
"A little," replied the young man
modestly. "I see her pretty often when
I am passing tho upper end of the rancho,
She's very well brought np, and her
manners are very refined don't you
think so? and yet she's just as simple
and natural an a country girl. There's a
great deal in education after all, isn't
there be went on confidentially; "and
although" he lowered his voice and
looked cautiously around him "I be
lieve that some of ns here don't fancy
her mother much, there s no doubt that
Mrs. Randolph knows how to bring up
her children. Some people think that
kind of education is all artificial and
don't believe in it but 1 do!"
With the consciousness that sho was
running away from these people and the
shameful disclosure she had beard last
night, the recollection of Adele's scan
dalous interpretation of her most inno
cent actions and her sudden and com'
plete revubiion against all that she had
previously admired in tliat household
to hear this man, who ha1 seemed to
ber s living protest against their ideas
and principles, now expressing them and
holding them np for emulation, almost
took ber breath away.
"I suppose that means that yon intend
to tok. after iLvi. Randolph's well (or
himr she sail dryly. I
"Yes," ho returned, without noticing '
ber mauner. "aud I think I can find that '
I've been studying it tip '
all night. And do yon know what 1'r.i
going to do? I am going to make the
earthqnn'ie that lost it help me to find it
again." He paused and looked at her
wh a smile au.l a return of his former
enthusiasm. "Do yon remember the
crack in the adobe field that stopped you
"Yes," said the girl, with a slight
"I toM you then that the same crack
was a split in tho rock outcrop further
up the plain and was deeper. I am sat
isfied now from what I have seen that it
is really a rupture of the whole strata
all the way down. That's the one weak
point that the imprisoned water is sure
to lind. and that's where the borer will
tap it in that new well that the earth
quake itself has stink."
It seemed to her now that she under
stood his explanation perfectly, and she
wondered the more that he had been so
mistaken in his estimate of Adele. She
turned away a little impatiently and
looked anxiously toward the point where
Dawson had disappeared. Bent followed
"He'll be here in a momeut; Miss Mal
lory. He has to drive slowly through
the grain, but I hear the wheels. He
stopped, and his voice took up its pre
vious note of boyish hesitation. "By the
way. Til be going up to the rancho this
afternoon to see the major. Have you
any message for Mrs. Randolph or for
"Xo," said Rose hesitatingly, "and"
"I see," interrupted Bent carelessly.
"You don't want anything said about
your coming here. I won't."
It struck her that ho had no ulterior
meaning in the suggestion. But before
she could make my reply Dawson reap
peared, driving a handsome mare har
nessed to a light spider like vehicle. He
had also assumed, evidently in great
haste, a black frock coat, buttoned over
his waistcoatloss and cravatless shirt,
an? tul1 Um. lmt thllt lrealy seemed
up, at once assisted hor to the narrow
pmh beside him and with a nod to Bent
drove off. nis breathless cxiiedition re
lieved tho leave taking of these young
people of nny ceremony.
"I suppose, said Mr. Dawson, giving
a half glance over his 'shoulder ns they
struck into the dusty highway "I sup
pose you don't care to B;e anybody bo-
fore you got to San Jose?"
"No oo, said Rose timidly.
"And I reckon you wouldn't mind my
racin' a bit if anybody kem up?"
"The marc's sort of fastidious about
takin' anvboilvs dust."
'.'Is she?'' said Rose, with a faint smi.e.
"Awful," responded hor companion.
And the queerest thing of all, she can't
bear to have nuv one behind her either."
Ho leaned forward with his expression
of humorous enjoyment of some latent
ke and did Roniething with the reins
Rose never could clearly understand
what, though it seemed to her that he
simply lifted them with ostentatious
lightness but the mare suddenly ap
peared to lengthen herself and loso her
height, and tho stalks of wheat on either
side of the dusty track began to melt
into each other, and then slipped like a
flash into ono long, continuous, shimmer
ing green hedge. So perfect was the
mare s action that the girl was scarcely
conscious ot any liicrenseu cltort: so
harmonious the wholo movement that
the light skeleton wagon scorned Only
prolonged process of that long,
slim body and free, collarless neck,
both straight as the thin shafts on each
side, and straighlerthan the delicate rib
bonliko traces which, in what seemed
a mete affectation of conscious power,
hung ut times almost limp between tho
whitlletree and the narrow breast bund,
that was nil that confined tho animal's
powerful forequartors. So sujierb was the
reach of its long, easy stride that Roso
could scarcely see any undulation in the
brown shining back, on which she could
havo placed her foot, nor felt the soft
beat of the delicate hoofs that took the
dust so firmly and jet so lightly.
While an order from military headquar
ters demands obedience, there may be more
tbau one wuy of olteying it, acconlintf to
the statement of an old lime member of a
Michigan regiment. Early In the year 1 uli
there came nil order from headquarteis,
central district of Jexna, requiring com
puny drills twice each day iu every regi
ment In the command.
As the weather was hot and the regiment
was soon to be mustered out, the colonel
thought coiTipliancewilh tills order useless,
and so ordered two daily drills of live min
Knowledge of this evasion of orders
reached the general commanding, and
forthwith there came an onier fora drill (
two hours each day, In compliance with
which the following order waaread at even
"lleiiUijinirters a Michigan Infantry
volunteers. Iu cdedieiice to orders from
sutH'rior lienilniiai'ters, there will he com
pany drills front half past 8 to half past IU
o'clock a. In. nu Ii day. The commander
of the regiment desires Hint the moatkhody
spots lie selected for drills, and that the
men shall not lie cxeil to Violeliteiercls
in the heat of Ihe sun."
The drill took place. A shady spot waa
carefully selected, and for two hours the
orders lo "alack arms" and "rest" were
cheerfully followed. Youth's Companion.
Mallunal &lr.aeurc T,',aiurifc
Uncle Sum hua soiie.- very valuable treas
ures of gold In the National museum
They are of grent worth Intriuaically, apart
from the historic Interest attaching to
thtm. Anions' these are three uiamiiv cas
kets of nil itl gold, each as big as a four
pound candy box. 1 her are ui'l to tiro
era I li rant from the cities of lAiuAua, Ayr
aud lilu.'-tjow, respectively, containing the
freedom of thoae towns. Ibere la a gold
card of iuvitaliou to a bull, which was sen
by friends In fcuu Francisco. It i In
cloved In a silver envelope, with the ad'
dreas engraved on the ouulde and au ordi
nary 3 cent slump afhxed. Also there Is a
gold acini iter, sent by the emperor of Mo
rocco to Tbomua J c Hi rami, us w ell as man
gold hilt.il swords, with solid gold stub
ImnU. Two of Ihesc were given to General
Shields by the state of South Carolina and
Illinois as tokens of appreciation for senr
Ices In the .Meiicau war. lougieM pur
chased them from the general's family (or
llO.dOO. I'liilailelpuia Ledger.
A Ca.mopolltaai llolel.
TL-rt la little, nualot French botl near
but uot In Hie "l'euilerloiu" dlatrlct tbat
baa more tntiwialitltn repreMtiUd among
tbe belp tban Dianjr a Urnt-r place.
Tba proprletreaa it I'raicb, tba waiUra
are Italian, tbe 11 lit per la hpanlab, tba
elevator boy lalrl.b, tLe nl(bt porter la
Btrtdlab, and tba ebef la German. Naw
" rwsKK Mf
I mofo to be Sr-aded than en open and Tuvbie
VJ???" ''..i V,"dw
when It Clinches u In Its leiiiicii.i.itrap, In the
varlon. loruis o' chills nnd tfver. tllio . remit
tent, ilu.ii t.ii:tie or aitue cuke, c oionly be effect
ually );uitrdisl airuln.t by fortif, iuf tiie Ayrnem
again. 1 Its Insidious ititm'k v.i h llittlellcr'k
Si. much Ititiets, a, tbor, utn eututute lo the
tvison of unitMiui in the system uil n Mifi'itilurit
i:aliil It ti.oroimtily iu hi' relied ilou. In Ihe
event of h iiiHiariouu aitaclc avoid poioitl it
our system with quinine, mid use lliMcid this
wholtt-oine rem il, n utiieeiiniiiibie In isie
mill fur moie e nirjtriim iiiau miiv ilm. l'e
the Hitter for . speosin, bilionsutss, io..8tlpA
IKll, kiilney compUtht-. nnd rueuin-i Ulu.
I wish I could do. but I cun't:
1 l-h l could thl k, but 1 don't;
1 wish I could talk, but I rant:
1 wish 1 could wort, but i won't.
THK ltST TKllHIK.
The Arabs say that the best teacher is
Time. That is true, especially when year
after year enforces the same lesson. For
more than thirty years Allcock's 1'osot s
Plasters have been in use In every part of
the world, and tho testimony is universal
as to their valni as an external remedy for
pains of every kind in the back, chfst and
side. Some people have learned the lesson
so well that tliey try to imitate tliem. and
the result is a host of counterfeits, all pre
tending to oe just as good as Allcock's
OROl'8 I LASTKKS, Stilt UllCOIlSClUIIS tliat liy
his very statement thev acknowledge that
Allcock's I'orocs Plasters hold the first
place, lie sure and get the genuine.
ttBAKiiRKTH si ills always act uniloriiily.
Ch'eajtoniireHwrHllv anifrv becaiixe the wind
did the ulowiiiK ibere tliiTing'the recent mrm.
Irritation of the throat nnd hoarseness
immediately relieved by "Rnnen'$ Hnmehitil
A turning oolllt Iu wonian'a life Mi etino an.
other Willi a new bonnet.
Stats of Ohio, city ok Toi.kho,)
i.ccas i ocnty.
KltlNK J. ( ItKSKY nniki'S oath ttiHl he la Iho
senior pttrmer of the linn of K. .1. Ciikskv .k
Co., doing busiuiss Iu the city of Toledo, eoim-
ty and stile aforesaid, and that miid tlrin will
my Ihe slim of UN K III NllltKl) IHll.l.AliS tor
eui'li and every east) of eatiirrli that cannot be
urcil by the use ol Hall's Catarrh Cchk.
Mi.A.NK J. l)HK r. V.
Sworn to before mo nnd a itwrriht'il In mv
presence thla Bin day ol December. A. 1. issil. '
iaAIj A. VI . Ul.r.ASIlIS,
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Brings comfort nnd improvement nnd
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'ess expenditure, by moro promptly
adapting tho world's best products to
the r.eeus ot physical being, will attest
the value to health of tho pure liquid
'axativo principles embraced in tho
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Its excellence is due to its presenting
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disiielling colds, headaches and levers
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It has given satisfaction to millions and
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nyrup of figs is lor sale by all drug'
gists iu 00c ami $1 litittles, but it is mini'
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'Thres yeara aw a (llo penctra ed one of my
legs juit ahovet'.io knee. IVUUuir to receive the
act in. I fcccame ao weuk and my avatem so
much run down that 1 t o il.l hardly turn Iu bed
or help myself In any w iv. Af.er aoventeen
montns coiiuuement, my wilatook me to H alls
Walla, Wash. Hero tho iiinuxws amputated
my leg half way between the knee and tho hip.
Willow lug this my health improved alightlr but
shortly B:it'H'rlna N";im to form ou my body.
Kiually II ual's Surs.i;urilla wua re ommcinlcd
and 1 coal t ae ac iu,! . (ro n Hie (lr-t. tirad
u illy I have li-.ijr vd: 1 1 lOKr.i lug ttreimcr
uml fie piltlf.it garlierlii luvo disappeared
and 1 sin about cured of my Ills, All Discredit
a uuv w iiiuii a o ir nptimia noil 1 leel II1I1I 1
cannot apeak loo hiehlv of It." II. I.. llrasicrT.
Starker, Oregon. Cot only HOOD'S.
Hood's Pllla act easily, yet promptly.
I loo iH'ixhbiirly with Ihe cheat, nml
tho oven Hint t tie lloor loo tumii. mtvs
cx-rroBttltMit ltarrimtn nbout upiln
wmium uiiiuary urn..
Bishop Scott Academy,
Cortland, Or., la a military school
under Koverumeiit com rol. Kiti for
oollettv or business. Write for cata
logue. Spring term bCKins Febru
Belting, Packing and Hose, Boots and
Shoes, Rubber anil Oil Clothing,
Druggists' Rubber Goods,
Goodyear Rubber Co.,
73 ttiul 75 rirt St.. Fortlftml, Or.
Write lor cntaloffuu nutc.
M nr. Williams' Indian Pile
Ointment will cure Blind,
r W lllevillnii and Itelilng I'llea.
It atworba thu tiimora, allaya
the Itehlnii at mice, acta an a poul
tice. Klves In. taut relief. Or. Wlll-
lama' Indian 1'ilo tHntineiit I. pnwirol
lor I'llea and llclilnir ol the private
purls. Kvery tan la warranted, llydriiv.
mail nil receipt oi trin, is, celiia
and llmi WILLIAMS MANUFACTURING, CO.,
1'roprliitors. t.ievuland, Ohio.
Free by Mail
on receipt of u . Doi.ita
A Whole Garden.
let in Ail vnn our lllmtr ld (!.iU'nirit w U-h
willt.-li ymmlUlmiitlt. Nuiiarl Mrrtl Olid I'lntil
Vtt. iHIihtwimhI urII NlirHii y( o.),4'J7 V ri ttinr
nir i, Mn ranciaco. Hvlo tl Hii(1 m HJcmliy
I had rm t Cure
f'lrGfttfirrh. IonfnfWM.(ViliU.ftorfiThront. DlNiLu
!iiinwiiitw, lloiuliu'tiii, I'fMil hi'ktnlhK Cv.Mni
irt'ittt. i lunton- ttio Vol.n. BmiM ot MURKN
unit. . K. KVOII V A; f I'nMiiPflVrml
04 lit bU. Urouklyu. ft, JM
In ratal n fate Mr nf l)ti ehlldron, mr enlr m
tton rrup. U
lafuatMofTootlvolilir u II waa forir veoro oato.
now my ffrandnhlldmn tk fr. Ounn'o union wynip
Whlnb lo ilrtsdr prepared 0rl moro nlnaooot to tho
Uot. Sold everywhere). Irsjo bodice AO oatntO-
saaeoeiuwuiVslwrili lOfO 9 AWUUMAJ eW BJOOQ
N. P. N. IT. No 6.'i5- F N.n No 612
IF VOI R BUHINKHH 00 KM NOT PAY
Chltkeii. art aaallr anil auocoaaluil)
rla4 bfMln tba Petaluma In
eubators and Brooders. Our II
IlialraUtil .'mLmI.tum l..lia all atM.ii, It
Jffiyy Horuml clium-o. I f
V" would nt )lrt huc
II eevil, ho mi re unit Htart with
i FERRY'S H
VT'" A iniiiwl lor 1H1H IfJIlj
luuvconintiiH tho mini niitl milmhuire
Ym t'f thu ItiU'Nt Citrm In ic knowl-
oUue. Kvery plutilor mIiouIiI HH
vSSSx. Ihivo 11, Ktut froo.
D. M.Ferry A Co., r
MRS. WINSLOW S sos07,MuVM
FOR OHILDRIN TIITHINO
Fee aala Til lrUU. CtmU m kettle.
r-s i m v Mr-e7
llon't t.iiT any but lha P-ultima II fan want ilroim, TUnmua chli-a.
Wa are fuci flit t'oaat Heailiiiiarlfira for Himii. anil f:l,Mri:uiiM- u,a
era, H'aika, :ap.iillln( Tiaila, riiiinlalin, Klixxl'. Koup ( urn, Murrlt
- M,niie in, urea, cn iraeii'iice iiuar ana every uthei
ic,,uirii u, piqnrr r.iwn. ne ine marmiit in oiMratloii a
ourrihlMI with (he Ni.rwalk (Mlrli h Karin, Mulwliiter Fair, hau hlti
tliida ot rni. Cataliifiie tree' If von waul It, writ.
un rVDriKrt t,l"M akt,mr canvahukkh roK clran,
BrlU LArLnOLO h.r.lr Oii li.r.,l,rilru and Uwn Nnraery Mna'k
A'lvaulaara lor b.liinrr. .1. a.lv ailvane mentl parniawnt. Oitvit
raaa. Kim. thl. paper. SHOWN BMOf . C0..lir. ..iilan blila, p .rllanil.ur
The Admiral Cigarettes are
I the beat.
rJarfM c- our If ftrlVs
U m tb foii nrnif war: 1J rt .-
uimr barnbew to tkia popir immtd. tK.
paar-. toftkir tctik A ma me mmd m- '
k t I'll iiuiw tor Vji towakd f
OM OFOt RJtEW, LAROK 8I7F, ALL hTK t . - ,'Flw
HOKTH $10. Only oot Fd ( utter to nr eve ,
This iokt th ruh payment vttty i& ffr thr tr. t uf n,
whtch will b fonivj u UerHtr to any WW in ut ih
AvniMHwuio antihitif in tJittcnr when it lrt apfMrrd,
and wilt dnrafrtM (h RI4 all ttvptitor and lakvand hold
thira.la iuFmiI Cullrraaa Ihe Arrmtor. th Arrinotor SUal
FatandStaal Tiltmc Toner hut in ".indnulU and Towvr.
Thailrnt which tii Aarinotur rnpany baa shown in rcri.
inc. rvtuliilioniiinf. tftlini and n4lur lha windmill bamnaaa
of iliw.rld. ran h lumed to many HrliU in lb ricniiirat
iniilii4iii tut and it itvtN tcuhow what t ean do y taking
t a numrr of til-, makinff tbm af ttrland rutttniba
in ihnr nl thaa at a mala Btrk, aa waa lna in lha eaaa
of ttta Wiiidnaul and Rirrl T.wr, and il fcropojaa tvfurniah
Ui'in at a (.rrallr rrdncett
Thia fr- Cutl.'r. f r ih rrnanl. wilt 'nW fttmiihrtt nn
tha'trm TlirSR TFH4 liMR TO tlllS 8KR1I8 Of
II AUYKKUMKwEVT 4 fMI TALI E OF 93S. Ve shall offer
athar article f, which wa wit) accft thca adTriiaancnti or
inla ci'"s of tham. In Part payment. One will la a Strrl
HaudTrurk. In which we f special wide in ihowinf oor
skill as ri-vUrrs and irrprovera of larU ailiclas. The eaali
raqu.rraieitt with this will he ridicakaly small.
The third adveMKeruetit in lluaaeiies wilt show a Steel Clr
rtitar Kw ami Frame, fr fum aid tawrn It i
tTHrtCT hll,K KiV WITH PKKr'EtT Hirtll rHIS
and runs with rsry mitrh ta power than ordimry bun
r and ha a hettcr uw. Till! flO SW ASD
H'nm iLifi'kU AS ABOlB Of ADVaJlTlfcaV
tti loralit-a wher we ran we are folnf to make
lerai unrn m arcepi e'ies or nine stiver-
)emeiHs m pan payment for intlroiiis.
11 you nave any thought ot tuni( a wina-
u mis year mn m at stating
nst yon mink you w til need.witether
runtning or uereii, anil ir paait)ia
will maae yoa a UDerai oner.
The past year, though one of
turrtanee and bnainett da-
one of real
prosperity to the Aer
motor t Tiie aet
that Iho ler motor
Co. in Iho pan
sis years nas
9 lie farmer
I o net re
dounded atrrallr to
Its benalll and has
brought lo tta factory
anoiinnna Volume ot
business, Kn at the trsry
low puces at which we soil
leel Windmill and Hleel
ffera. msile in lha tuoet neifecl
manner, of Ihe iikmI iei fret ma
terial, and llll.VAMfillklfTrH
Diri.rTiiii, this iMtntTiir
irKiriu tvkn tttuTiiiM nr
THK 1KT4U It Is DoMihle to aea a few
peril on sack otitlit, end these few cents
t lliasnoruioos nmiilMr of oiuhls are wholly
fat' lot w tiie Aermolor I'o .. which haa elnava
derived more nUaaore (hum lha unlnit luitan.
deradagrsat itttmljr of peofhi and front the pride
lases mi miiig wall o naister it ul its hands to,
flOtll Ihe niKIIKV It makea IVim lla hlarr,ria
This year, because H bu)s its malarial aoiechtaply and ti
pacts an emiiimiua inrieate Hi lis ever grooing lmt meet, II
usTers tu pair. a a al Iwrrewe H tfce sjnaNllly and tNalUy ef
MaUrUleMpleyedlatbesuMalrealleo ollla Meel l ewere. Tho
armimiutnynig d latum, 2 I J i 1 -t shows Ihe smallest anile
that mil he uted by it in lha corner mis ef Towers, evrn for
heart wheel. For Ihe IU ft we use 4k. Ihawaeeda ml leoa
or Aaglea far rawer. elltllew mm -rrj at. . HM . . '.
oro how belag dalltered at ear neras. 4Hiis who haven
few ton,sud thar-fora yrar . siidy. of It. angle winch
nay are uitng lor a-n , in ft., and ean tor lull whla. will
read this Mtragraplt mlh smnme and am row, since we hae not
previously inn then uii information eoncrtning what we
The Asrillivt.ir Co nnoaM to rinlrllmla OaMUt II PA flit IM
rtlUKnror the hst euay wrttlan I y the wife, son or daughter
ii a oilier or uar oi a win.inini. aicntif Ihe qurttion,
' "HI NIH I I I, II 1 HK 41 AKKMHTOH I" for oomiilmns of
mm petition and amounts and nmnbcrsof prtsea tend (oi par
ticuiaraio lha Aar motor I n,, t'lnrago, or lo iu branches, al han
rraitciaco, Kansas I'ltv, Lincoln, Nrh., Riona City, Iowa, Mm
iieapolis, Hultil.1, or M I'ark I'lace. Nt-w Vtk Citr, Acrnitoia,
Pumtihifi and llearod same price. All Mlssl, all flal vanned After
nipisiion, daiivrred free on rare al lliictgo and shipped lo
v one. anvwhatsa at Ihe following nriees
8-ft. $28. I a-ft. $00. 1 6-ft. 0 1 28.
THE GREAT CURE
n...i.i.. .1 IL. I !.. J U'.J
nnuidiur oi inc Liver anQ Muncys
A 8PK0IFI0 FOK
Salt Rheum, Neuralgia
And 111 Other Blood ind Skin Diseases.
It la a poalttTaeare tor all thnae nalnlul.dell.
oatu oomiilaliila and oiimnllflul.l trimltlua and
wuakiieaatacumiiiou aniline our wlree, mullier.
1 lie elttxil la Immeillate and laatlnir. Two or
three tliuixol lia. I'aaiiii'a Krmrdy taken dally
eie ine binml t'lxil, the liver and klilueya ant
Ive. alld Will elltlmlv araillrata Irnm tha mlnffl
all traiiea ol Wi riilula, Halt Ulieum, or any olbei
iiirni ui uiiNia uiauaae.
No medlnlueever Introduced la thl. country
hu met with .nrh rcaily aale, nor elven auob
univeraal .ntlnliu-llon wbeuever uaeil ai that ol
Da. FaKiita'a KlaatiT.
Thl. reiuwly baa been Ued In lha hoapltali
tliroiiahiiut the old world lor the paat twenty
live veara aa a apenlfla lor the above dlaeaaea,
audit haa and will cure whim all other aooalled
Hem) lor pamphlet ol leatlmonlalt from thoae
who have been onri d by I la u.e. liruKUta anil
I at 11.00 per bottla. Try II and be oouvluoed ,
rur aaie DT
MACK & CO.,
w ana ii rronr ot.. sun Franao
One flclrbrnted Tuerk Wotr Motor- mw;
wll devuloii lo u 16-lmra-(n)wer. WhI r U in?
rtwt ami h(iiHl iMiwur lo iuMj.mid theTtifrk'
la liitf tutu mii rheit, cot nioor In ih bmrkl
Will bfl sm1i1 nt am- idi-o. AdilrtJMa
CAI.MtK A KkV, I'ortUnd, Or.
vr. u iocca.3 cj fin on
prjuala cuMotn v.uU, matinif trotn
4 o$.i, rx-bt value or llu im:rey
in tlio worlj. K itno Ami prtca
m;cd on the bo;;om, hery
pi.tr v. arrant J, 'lUko no c itntu
nils. Leo I'H-al p;incr: I f lull
nt f r I :uu n il ijtn-
.crrt ri or awnd ir il-
Act by mail, I'm tar freo,
Y'u on pet th bmt
Itsu-tiuna of aValcr who pttfh our attoc.'
NO tAY. ht rT until
cvnun. We refer to A.immf
taatiMlta. NO OntATT''. No
LitTitirTioif tmm uvntxwm
wnUf or call for circular and
TheO.E. MILLER CO.,
lFOK'l I. !, OHI.I.O
Incaraera'td Caaital and trl, l,COO.0OO.
NT THE BEST.
d (or nn r I ntalnaiie f
Ilu.t uiaka. Low piliva. F'tm, imy
rnrnl.. A'lilrea. V. V, H ack,
4MaiataiaiBilao mnA peoiHf
Wbo twr aMli luna-a or Astl
aakeBbouM uao Plao'aCum for
OlOatUBlptloa. It DM OttPpsl
ekrasaiawida. It haa tvrt Injur
ed one. It la not. bad to taua,
Sold tvoirvbor). a).
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IT all 1 X
UP f 1 X
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f OniiiiUm, A.P
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