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TIES OREGON DAJLY JOURNAlY" PORTLAND. MONDAY EVENmw. .SEPTEMBER ' 0, 1C07.
Pcrlla Auction Co,
; Is Again to the Front and
Has Been Chosen ,
T" TO SACRIFICE AT
r.lAYOR OF TACOLIA IS
MAD AT NEWSPAPERS
IN WEST IS HERE
Oregon Offers Finest Invest
ment Opportunities De
clares IL A. Wallace.
H. A. Wallace. Chicago, so of X
F. Wallace, formerly engineer In chief
or the Panama canal, was at tha Port
land last night aod told of ha faith In
Oregon. Mr. Wallace has offices In tha
ttbarlook bulling and visits. Portland
thro or four times a year. Ha' aald
laat ' night that ha spent foar months
In looking- over tha Paolflo aorthwaat
before deciding to locata In Portland
which ha considers tha leading coast
Despite tha fact that onr headquar
ters hava been In Portland fcnd Oreson
for nearly year,"- aald r. Wallace
laat sight, "our work tnua far haa
been outside tha state, Thla fact haa
not shaken our confidence In Oregon.
Wa hava several large projects which
we are expecting- to next, but thua far
have not been &Die o internal "'m
capital because of tha stringent money
"There la no place In tha world where
the business opportunities are offered
that can be found In Oregon- Cora
merctal fields of - every nature are
awaiting capital and the time la not
far distant when It will be brought In.
The railway possibilities are enormous.
"Part nf our work In . the nothwest
la the construction of the viaduct for
tha nortn Dank roan at vanoouver ana
bridge work at Spokane. We also hava
an irrigation project In Utah."
Mr Wallsoa -flccHnwd-rto-dlaoMgaJ Ma
father's retirement from the Panama
canal, but - when pressed - stated- that
Chief Engineer Stsvens who eucoeeded
his father made a speech when he re
tired from the canal were last spring.
"The aoaech." aald Mr. Wallace, "wis
to trie men working on the canal and
Mr. Stevena aald that all tha engineer
ing work had been done by my father
and that his part In the canal eonatruct
llon had been to Complete tha organ!-
That la all I care to aay about the
question. .: lt 1a tine we never dlsonss.
.' My father did not engage In any work
i for nine montha after hla return to
J the states , and for three- montha we
i did 'not knwn whether .he ever would
f engage In any field of work again be-
' cause or 111. neajtn.
: Mr. Wallace left laat night for Ban
Francisco where he expects to remain
several- weeks , before - returning to
: Portland on hla way homo to Chicago.
FIRE DESTROYS DEPOT
' AKD CAR OF LUr.lBER
j Troutdale Station JJurned
While1 Agent is Away -,
j- -' From Home, . '
Firs started by spark from .
freight angina completely destroyed tha
O. R. AY N. depot at -Troutdale yester
day. - A box ear loaded with lumber waa
destroyed also, and, a ear of mixed
freight waa partly burned. The upper
story-tf tha depot waa occupied by tha
station agent D. C Kendall and hla
family. The loaa la placed at 110,000.
Station Agent Kendall and family
were at Lents visiting relatives at- the
time of the fire. , When the - flames
were discovered tha crew of the freight
train and townspeople broke Into the
house and carried out nearly all of the
household effects, piling them on a
bank soma distance away. While the
men were "endeavoring to 7 save . atlll
mora furniture, sparks from the burn
ing building aet fire to the goods that
had been carried away, burning them
before the blase could be extinguished.
For a mild, easy action of the bowels,
a single dose of Doan'a -, Reruleta la
enough. Treatment cures habitual con
stipation. It cents a box. Aak your
druggist for them. -t
SHpOy Used Tmtcr Can
A ' S3
We are aathoilasd agents eg -
the See. M. Fierce Csmaaay.
Buffalo, J. Y makers ,ef the
celebrated Pleroe-Arrew Ante "
. At the present trme we have a1
number ef slightly need Fleree
Care fully equipped aa In per
fect running condition, which we
, wtli sell at Saees eaeja regular '
prices 4 te (. e . , .
rOSS-HUGHIS MOTOR CAK CO.
Beteranoe t Franklin HaOoaal Beak, PoOa.
MAKES tha SKIN UKK YOU WANT IT
." DOCS IT III A MOMENT V -
A liquid preparation
for Faoo, Week, Arms
f"- , . sad Hand. 'ry' j
'ltU neither sticky
; Hflgflll S f harmless, dean
-. bArvtmblng. .
M illMtAl, A
iTlU&.iUllU Cannot b detected.
Two colors, Pink ui
TJte It morning, aooa
sad night, Summer,
Wlntr,8prinf , Fall.
Lyon Maanfaeturlng Co.,
44 8. Fifth St. , Brooklyn, If.T.
nifss Gussie Lenshaw
4 Vh Celebrased Idy Baritone ,
who made such a big hit
in tha caat st th , ,: ,,t , ;;.
x sxrosTnog stxanr,
Also Bonnd'a Or-
chevtrs 1 eipsclalty ' OOn "-' '
Of New York. "
(exhibits, CONTESTS, Itc
The pl tn meet every-' 1
. body. ometiVnr doing sll
the time. -tt your grocer
for Urocery Ti'Vets. , -f ' '.,',
kz:uzz:z:i 23c : :
.FIT 7-.0C.N - 3 KVXrr.tJ ;., I
Wright Declares Press Is In
' Conspiracy to Quash
His Pet Measure.
. (TirttU Oeast Press Leased Wire.)
Tacoma. wash., Sept. . People of
Taeoms are apparently about evenly di
vided for sod against tha Green river
water system, a two million dollars
project on which they lire to vote, to
Korrow at a apecial election.
Politics have been injected Into the
Issue and from Present Indications the
democrats win lavor the gravity system
wnue me- xtepuDiicans will take the
other side, holding that tha present
water sjrsiem is surncieni.
Mayor Wright la aggressively earn
paignlng for the new system- and la a
most, sensational oubllo announcement
he accuses two Taooma papsrs with be
ing in conspiracy to kill the gravity
project as a personal rebuke to him., i.
v ' V AT BAKEE CITY
Efficiency : of Schools Gremtly In.
. creased by Added Equipment '
' and Mora j Teachers.
(Special Daves tse liwssl)
Baker City, Or, Sept. . Public
schools ofUUg city . opanad-tnlg jnom
ing with tha largest anrollmsnt la their
history- The Baker City schools now
rank among the beat In tha Pacific
northwest and there have been aeveral
Improvements made during the summer
that will add greatly to their efficiency.
During the year- a new building was
erected at a cost of 110,000. Other
buildings have been thoroughly reno
vated and everything done that will add
to the comfort and convenience otthe
During the past summer City Suner-
infendent J. A. Churchill has been la
the east and secured a number of new
teachers that will Increase the efficiency
of the working force. Teachers now
numbsr 40 and It la expected their work
will mark the moat prosperous year In
the history of the schools. . The teach
ers and their ' assignments are as fol
High School Helen H. Stack, princi
pal,' English; Professor J. A. Goodwin.
science; Christine Thomson, Latin; Mar
garet uannara, uerman; Ines pepew,
commercial: Beaala Bowers, history and
Kngllsh; Grace Murray, history and
angusn; umir ju. tmtner, mainematica.
Brooklyn building Ida Ash. princi
pal, slghth grade; Grace Davis, seventh
grade; Delia M. Hastier, sixth grade;
Ella Moulton, fifth grade; Ethel Bowen,
fourth grade; Jennie Cunning, third
grade; Jessie Maurer, second - grade;
Edna Bement, first grade. -r
Central building Helen McKlnnev.
eighth grade; Ethel . Hlndman, sev
enth grade; Cals Heslln. alxth
grader Lulu Graves, fifth grade; Edith
Hyde, fourth grade; Mahala Reynolds,
third grade: Edna O raves, second grade:
Maud Ragon, Crst grade.
South Baker building Jeeele Oil Mian,
principal, eighth grade: Mary Moser,
seventh grade; Ella Thompson, sixth
grade; Inea Drlngman, fifth grade; May
Denham, fourth grade; Pearl Reed, third
grade; Anna - Bowler, second ' grade;
Grace Johnson, first grade. , .
North Baker building Chrystlne
Thokpson, prinoipal, sixth, grade; Nellie
M. Eaton, fifth grade: Lillth I eon.
fourth grade: Marion Nichols, third
grade; Lola Dale, second grade; . Mary
M. More, first grade.
Where Gasene Soap la need it be
comes entirely unnecessary to add wash
ing ammonia or sal soda to ths water.
Gasene does it all In hot or cold water.
CAEEIEE PIGEONS TO : r
BE SHOWN AT FAIE
' ("pedal Mspateh ts fte fceraaL)
Salem, Or., Sept. 0. The pigeon and
et stock department at the state fair
as been practically eomDleted under
ths management of R. C ScheUhous.
superintendent of the poultry depart
ment. It contains 10 cages with ac
commodation for t0 pigeons. There Is
little doubt that all these oagea will be
filled. Mr. ehellhous has addressed a
circular letter to fanciers throughout
the state, calling attention to this part
of the poultry exhibit. - - .
- ai. xt, Bauer oi tr ortiana nas promised
to exhibit tha two carriers that made
the record fly from Oakland to Portland
with other noted birds Thomas Beach-'
ell of Woodburn and 3. A. Jefferson of
Salem will also have large exhibits. - .
Today and tomorrow will be tha last
days6f discount on weat aide gas bills.
PEACE DELEGATES V
GATHEE AT MUNICH
(United Press Leased' Wire.) ' ""
Munich, Bavaria, Sept. .Soma of the
moat distinguished ettlsons of Bavaria
Joined today In welcoming ths delegates
from an nations gathered hers to take
part in the deliberations oi the . six
teenth universal peace congress.
It Is 10 years sines there has been a
session of the congress In Germany,
the eighth congress having been held1 at
Hamburg In 1897. Coming la the asms
year .as Tha Hague peace conference,
with many distinguished members of
that body hers as delegates, the present
conference is expected to be Of the
greatest moment to peace workers
throughout ths world.. The sessions
will oontlnus through tns week,
Todar and tomorrow will be tha last
days af discount on west slds gas bills.
Garfield Bank In Excellent Condition.
' (RDectal Dtseatek te Ths JearaaLt
Garfield. Wash.. Sept, . The Bank
of Garfield haa issued a statement
which gives some idea of tns prosperity
of the . farmers In this district. The
statement shows the deposits or the
bank to be f 11M14.60 and that the bank
has undivided profits of lll.20l.1V At
this time of ths year when the farmers
are drawing on their bank accounts to
pay harvest expenses and hefore any
wheat has been sold to replenish the
cash drawn out, the deposits are at ths
Tne first Dtats nana is ownea oy
A. P. Johnson A Co., and has an excel
lent patronage among the Palouse farm
ers During the past two years the In
stitution has more than doubled Its
Today and tomorrow will be the last
days of discount on wsst side gas bills
rl'lT BIontavnia-Morrow : Fair. I ,
(Bnerlal Dltpetrk The Jnental.)
Pendleton, Or., Spt t. The county
court of Morrow county has appropriat
ed 1100 for an exhibit at the Umatilla
Morrow county fair, to be held at Pen
dleton the last of this month. All parts
of Utrfatllla and Morrow counties will
be represented. -
' " lvIglh'PrlncIpal Iteslgn."'""
(Kpeclel DUpatrh to' The Josrsal.) '
"Elgin. Or.; Sept. 0. W. L. Tucker,
who was elected principal of the Elgin
puhlto school, has resigned to accept
another position. T. A RMnshart, who
tins taught three successful terms In
Elgin, has been elected' to succeed Mr.
Tv-ker sa principal.
Ths Inllowlng list of teachers' has
been selected to teach this term:
tr of. T. A KblnsUart, prlaoiiiei, tantb
IDr. Licbig, the famous German Chemist, sayd that
beer is "liquid bread" By this he means that beer
is a food full of life-giving:, healm-sustaining qualities."
The value' of beer as a food , is becoming well ',
' known,, and :it is now used by ' many who have
- hitherto looked upon it as a beverage only, i ,
is the most nourishing of all beers because it contains every
r particle of the healthful, wholesome nutriment of the malt and
all the tonic properties of the hops from which it is rnade, .
The Pabst Eight-Day Malting Process follows nature by
' slowly : trtmsiorniinLJyB!sui fit tnn narlnr mm nnrr.
nutritious food. '
method of brewing make Pabst Blue Ribbon not only a pure
beer, but a healthful, tissue-building, muscle-building, life-giving, " v
"liquid bread." Drink Pabst .Blue Ribbon, and you put
health and strength into your system.
: ; , When ordering beer, ask for Pabst Blue Ribbona ; '
Made by Pabsl: at Milwaukee -
' , ' And bottled only at the Brewery. .
September 1 1 , 13
CHICAQO and Return
ST. LOUIS aad Return
Ninety days' limit is riven on tickets at these rates and stopovers at pleasors within limits.' To other'
points in ths East and Middle West and from all points in ths Northwest correspondinsly low rates.
LTo get the best there is in traveling-is to travel on the line which affords the best. On a transcontinental ;
trip where time, fine equipment, through trains and good service are. such important factors, buy your
ticket of the Oregon , Railroad & Navigation company. - Through standard sleeping cars snd tourist
cars are operated daily over this line, the Oregon Short Line, Union Pacific . and Chicago & Northwest
ern' between Portland and Chicago, and tourist cars daily over the Short Line and Union Pacific between '
.Portland and Kansas City. Any agent of this company will sell you a ticket, give anv desired infor
mation and make all necessary arrangements.; Our Portland City Ticket Office is t Third and Wash
ington streets.-. r --,v.',.( -.-v .. "';v: '-''-r -' : "' ;..-.
WM. McMURRAY, Qnl pais. Agent, Portlaad, Oregon
Slok aedaetaasad relieve ell tbetraablss laeV
, dent to a blUeus steleof the system, saak as
IMniBess, Kaasea, giiisslmss, IMstrees after
saUas. Pais la ibe Ride, Ae. Walle their saost
tesisrishls soeeees has beea sheera la emrlns
aTatasehe, yet Carter's UttU Liver TOls srs
' eejnally TaluaMe la OoDStlpatlea, etirlnf aad pre.
mitlas ihlsaaBoylaseomplalnb while they alee
eorreet) all dUsorden of theeloataehtlmtilaU the
Veer aad ragsiaet the bowels. Crea U they esUy
Aone they weald be aiaostprioelesate thaeewtS -safferrKmiUladlecraeelageeaplautti
stately tbetrfoodaeeedoee sotand beread tboes
erbeesoetry toem wui una ueee uow pume
avble la eeanaay ways tha they will not be wll
1BS tsdo without tbesa. But after all stak seed
Is the base of semasyBves thet berelswbe-s
we saekeeursraat boast. Oar pllla ours It walls
ethere de sot. . '
CerteVe Little XJver Ptlle are very email and
' very eeay to feue. One or twe villa siakee ame."
They are strletly vee-etableaad ae aot rpe es
jorfjknt by iUeir (eaUssstiaa ylaass all whs
earn kxsai w, m tcu.
gnwls; Miss Msrjorle 'P1tmsJt, rrtnth
srads; fk, iuce, sevenU a&4 slgbU.
TkeBeerr - of Quality '
The - quality of the materials used and the Pabst t
Charles Kohn ft Co.,
Cor. Srd eV Pins Sts, Portland,
v Ptons Mala 460. -
THIS YEAR, TO TAKE A TRIP EAST AT BUT
MORE THAN ONE HALF . THE REGULAR '
O il NXO
37 1 .SO
KANSAS CITY aad Return $60.00
ST. PAUL and Rtturn.;.. $63. 1 S
THE ONLY? WAY
lom Hates East
Final dates of sale this season for
the special round trip tickets : to the
. ' . east.
Secure berth reservations -at once.'
rrades; MISs Alma Mason, sixth grade;
Miss jWtha Rhinehart, fifth grade;
Miss .Yecs McCusnel, - fourth. graJ.;
'2 ;; V' Can sc. address
A. D. CHABTON
255 Morrison St . Portland, Or.
Miss Mlna fllenn. third grade; Miss
Stella Meyfleld, second grade; Miss
Clara Wilkinson, first evade, -
When Plates or Bridges
Are Ordered .
AU Work at Half Price for i
. short time tcj introduce the
"Dectro Painless System"
Full Set, that fit. ...... $5.00
Gold Crowns, 22-k . .'. . . $3.50
Bridge Teeth, 22-k..... 83.50
Gold FUlings ...$1.00
Silver Fillings ........ 50f
v Guaranteed for 10 Years. ;,
Open Evenings. ' . '.'
303 Washington Stn cor. 5th,
Opposite Olds & King's!
wiswtoi BE1LIG THEATRE
ffoalglia, SUB, Vtus. saA Wad. irigAts.
In Bhakespeares Delightful Comsdy,
assas sal ssj bT! rs VasI nnT W sll sM sM 1 1 srs "
Thurday. Friday, Bturdy Night 8-
.1.1 T-1u Vfa Hnaa filtlirSV
"th ranxT -mjT or wiitpsos.1;
:vg prices, I.so to ze. aiai.. ti o o
Phons Main i,J
';'' Tonlsht and all week.
:.ty ' . .". -TS OAITOmHXJr ' )
In Balfe's Grandest Opera. "T
The Bohemian air!"
Prices. XSc, BOo, 7 Jo. Matinees, I Be. BOe.
r a inn nrssD 4TfC
DIVEiI; IIILilllVU MalaS
GEO. I. BAKER. Qen. Manaser.
Portland's fashionable, popular-priced
playhouse. Tonight, all this week,
matinee Saturday. Baker stock company
In Blanch Walsh's famous success, i
ID WOMAS tBT TBS vasa,, '
By Clyde Fitch. .
Evs? prices. JBc, S5o. BOc. Mat. 15c, ISo.
Neit week. "The Jtovs Boute."
MalifltT.OeorTirakerr Oen. Mar.
Home of eastern road attractions.
a., U.'H Tnnlrht ail
week, Lee Wlllsrd Co. In -
Thrilling; play of srreat western plains.
Strong company. Beautiful scenery.
TIh fA. 4A. IAn UatlnM 1 0n t fit
Next attracUon. -Ths Little Proapector"
JIB LUXB -
; Wsek of Seytember , 1S07.
"An All-Featurs Bill, heade bjr .
acuavraiy ajta WTT.T.amn,
By special request, Al Jolsom held for
another week. Three shows daily , at
t:i0, T:8 an :li. r -
saw ew j,,, less
Week of September 8, 1807.
Ths R- B. French Stock Co. Presents
Regular matinee days, Sundays, Tues
ys. Thursdays and Saturdays, af 1:10
Prices, lOo and 10v Svery evening at
8:1(. Prices, ioc. lOo and !0o.
served seats by1oth phones. A
Botb. numesi Kala 4S85, Itsu, AlOSSL
Week commencing Monday, Sept, 9, .
THS NBW LYRIC STOCK CO. IN
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday, ' Satur
day and Sunday. Prices lOe and toe.
Everv even Ins; at t:l. - Prices 10c. loo
and 10c. Boxes 10c. - pfflc open 10 a.
m. to 10 p. m.
I V RECREATION PARK, ,
Corner Vaughn and Twenty-fourth.
Sept 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, ,12, 13, 14,15.
Gams Called at 3:30 p. m. Daily.
Game Called at 2 JO p. m. Sundays.
Ladies9 Day Friday
, ADMISSION 23c.
Grandstand 2Sc. ,., : Children lOe.
PORTLAND ORE. v,
-T A Boarding and Day
School (or Toung Men and
Prenaratlon for eol.
leges, U. S. Military and
Naval - Academies. - Ao
credlted tn Stanford,
Berkeley, Cornell, A in
here t snd all State Uni
versities and Agricultural
Colleges. -Manual train
ing. Business - course.
The principal has had tt
years experience In Port
land. Comfortable quar
tera. . Beet environments.
Make reeervationa now.
For ' Illustrated catalog
and other literature . ad
dress 7i -...
J. IV. EliL. U.D.;
v-rlnoliial and FroprleSes.
UOMAN A SPECIALTY
Brma. a. x. cxab
The only Chinese woman
Hector in "this stty. She
kss cured many, affllnted
Sufferers, ' Cured 1 private
and female . diseases, also
throat and lung trouble.;
stomach bladder snd kidney
and diseases of all kinds
that the human flesh la
heir to. Cured by Chinese
brba and roots Remedies
NO operations. rtonesi
, trwtinnt Fvamlnatloo trt, S62 iUf
I sa vwtJftB Third.
m ) w s -
WEDNESDAY. SEPT; jpuj
At 10 A. T.L Shsrp
THE GRAND FURNISHINGS
No. . 324 Davis Street, Between
Sixth and Seventh Streets,
$3,150 Worth of En- .
i '-V; tirely New
Of ths kia-kes flnallty sold by one of
oar leadius; furniture houses soaroely
two taoatbs aa-o, ana eonslsts of X-uU
Swell Front Mahog-any Dreassrs aad
Oonunode, Blrdseye Maple, Croldea Oak
and other styles of Dressers aad Com.
anodes.. Back set has Chairs aad
Bookers to match and the saost wult
aUloeat metal beds la the dlffereat
enamels, brass aad Vernls KarUa fin
ish. Iialr, ailk floss aad felt mat
treasss, aU sew and olaaat SOO rarf
axa sraaes oi arpets, nutria la - I
from S84M per yard and less. IVovslysW'
DrieiitaJ nA Ttnmmtm. m,um. Ws
Curtains aad other draperies.. The bed
dinar eonslsts ef the very choicest of '
woolsm blankets, live soose.f eatha pll.
Iowa, eomf orts, sheets, spreads, eto. '
Bew Xollpse - Steel Basra aad all the '
minor Items sieoessary to oomplete as
Bp-to-daV horns, and seed enonf-s, fo
Hake Ko Histakc
These beautiful furnlshlngs are forced
on the buying public, and the Portland
Auction company la In charge, and will
, , YOU KNOW. THE REST.
Will Be Held at 211 First
Street as Usual on
TUESDAY AND THURSDAY
AT 10 A.M.
AND FRIDAY AT 2 P. M.
When wv will toffer to the hlshest bid
der as fins an assortment of nlsh. me
dium and all the other grades of rurni-
ture, as you will find In the city, a tew
specials In Office Furniture suoh as
Roiltop desk. Typewriter, Library, Ta
bles, eto. Also showcases and other
atora fixtures, etc., round Pedestal and
Square Extension Tableew Sideboards,
and Buffets In Quartered, Golden and
Mission Oak, Mahogany finish Parlor
ant. Ladles' Desks, Muslo Cabinets,
Drop Head Sewing Machine, Malleable
Steel and Oas Rangea, and a thousand '
other items. Our salesrooms are filled
and we must sell.
AND NOTICB THAT
WV BUT MORE
WB SELL MORB 'Z
WHI PAT MORB
For furniture and other merohandlas
than any other house In the city.
DON'T FORGET TUB NUMBERS
Main (065. A-41SL
PORTLAND AUCTION CO,
111 FIRST. - ,
N. ' B. MR. FORD has returned from
his vacation and will do ths auctioneer
ing. ... ... v-j., t
s TRANSPORT ATIOir.
mamnaxm iu is, la,
Chicago and rstarn,Tl. :
u St louls ancl return. f T.ls. ' l
" St. Paul. Minneapolis, Duluth. Sups
rlor. Winnipeg and Port Arthur aad re
turn. ItO. . $
3 TRAINS DAILY
: bvm tlnkats. slaenlns ear reservations
snd additional Information,, call .on S
address H. DICKSON, ii.tr.rn i. .
iss Tszmi ST, Msxivaxn, oa. :
Telephonesl . Main CIA. Boms A-tl.
Weekly rrelgat and raaseagea j
; : Servloe of tha Sin Steamship f
baavss rOSfUini svery Monday, SkM
. p. nw, front Oak -street Book, fas
EMPIRE NORTH BEND
Freight Received Till 4 p. m. oa Day
ox oauinsj. . ," .
les-lfMo WnvtlaaaL " - Is
$10,001 Sd-olass, 97.00, laoladlng kena
- Inquire City Ticket Office. Third and
Washington sts., or Oak-stree Dock.
Ho! For Astoria
Dally (except Thursdays). Leaves Aider
street dock 1 a. m ... t . , .
Buadays S a. nw f 1 romad trip.
xova MAZst ssa.
BOBTX VAOinO STBAMSXZr CO."S
; ........ STaAMSsnrs v-l
Roanoke and Geo. W.Elder
Sail for Eureka, San Francisco and Los
Angelas direct every Thursday M 1p.m.
Ticket office 111 Third ,n.ar Alder.
Columbia River Scenery
. bbptjxtob. mra smsMiras. .
Dally serelee ketweea Pwtlaad aad Tfce
Palles, saeeat -Saeder, leaetsg PartUad al
I i. s, arrlelag sboat t p. earrytas
rrelgtat asd paeeeacers. SpleadM aeeusawSa.
(lone tor eattlts e4 Ueeeteek. ev.
Deck rant ef Aleer et rertlasdl
Ceart et, lae Dallea. Paeae Mais SI4. Pertiaaia
fOK WOMEN ONLY
Dr. . Sanderson's Compound
Pavln and Cotton -Root Pill
The best and only reliable
remedy for DELATED P FR
IO D8. Cure the moat obstin
ate cases tn t to .10 days. Price II
per box, mailed fn plain wrapper. Sold
by druyclnts everywhere. Address T.
J. riiRCiS, 111 First st rSrtUnd, Or.