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The Sooner You Cet Rid of Them
the Better. . .
In the Spring there's an effort of
Nature to cleanse your system.
You know this by the pimples and
other eruptions on your face and body.
In the Spring, therefore, is the best
time to take
For the quickest results.
Bui whenever taken, this great
medicine thoroughly cleanses the sys
tem, gets into all its nooks and cor
ners, removes all humors and all
"Rood's Sarsaparilla Is an excellent
blood purifier. We bad a little boy with us
whose hands and face were broken out
with sores. We gave him Hood's Sarsapa
rilla and the sores soon disappeared."
Johh Schwab, Klpomo, Cal.
Accept No Substitute.
Poor Old Coal.
"Bulgey claims that he has more
social engagements than lie can fill.
Does he really shine in society?"
"Oh, yes. Didn't you ever see that
dress coat of his? There was never
another so shiny as that. "
Simplicity In Funerals.
The simplicity which marked the
ancient Jewish burial ceremonies has
much to commend it even to us. The
inexpensive coffin and the uniform
linen shroud served to emphasize the
equality of all in death. As things
are today the rich tax their brains to
invent new funeral fineries and the
poor impoverish themselves to keep
up with their wealthier neighbors.
This signature is on very box or the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablet.
the remedy that carea cold In one day
He Incorrected flimself.
"It was funny to hear that man
talk at the political meeting," re
marked Johnny. "He said 'between
you and me,' all right enough, and
then he corrected himself and said
'between you and I.' "
"You mean he incorrected him
self," said Tommy severely.
I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption
saved my life three years ago. Mas. Thos.
Robbins. Maple street, Norwich, N. Y.,
Feb. 17, 1900.
George With t he assurance of your
love 1 could conquer the world.
Grace That will not be necessary.
All you have to do is to conquer
A Traveler's Opinion.
Mrs. Quizzer (who wants to know
something) flow what do you con
sider to be the most curious thing you
cici saw, fjiuiesaui .
Prof. Trotter A woman, madam,
The Bast Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic. It is simply Iron and quinine in
s tasteless ionn. no v. are. no ray. race ooc.
St. Peter What's the matter in
the recording angel's department?
Spirit Slipshod work. They are
trying to find out who is to blame.
You let Mr. Greatman in yesterday,
didn t you?
"Yes; there wasn't a thing against
"Well, " the recording angel has
got hold of an old newspaper -printed
by the opposition party, and has
found all sorts of horrible things
about him v
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any
taae of Catarrh that can not be cured by Ball's
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, C
We the undersigned, have known F.J. Cheney
fcrtlie past IS years, and believe him perfectly
honr-abl in all business transactions and fin
ancial' - able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm.
Wssr & Tech,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, '.
Wauhnq, KINNjLN 6j Mahvih,
" Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's CaUrrh Cure is t-ken.nt .rnally, acting
directly on the blood and m.ooui surfaces ot
system. Prl eT5cperbo'tle. Ejld by all
ugrlsts. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family rni- r- th- best.
Whistling a Sin in Iceland.
Whistling in Iceland is considered
as much of a-sin as profanity. There
are some parts of the world where
those who whistle are fined and put
In the Same Fix.
Wife This is a nice time to come
home ! I have not closed an eye all
Husband D-do you think I did?-
CIT6 Permanently Cored. No fits or nerronsnea
Beatorer. Send for FRJBEa.eOtrilbnttleiid treat.
1m. a.B. H. Klimb. Ltd..ttl Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa
Days of Rain.
It rains on an average of 208 days
in the year in Ireland, about 150 in
England, at Kezan about 90 days
and in Siberia only 60 days.
Our 1901 catalog contains a full list
of everything needed for photographic
purposes. The fullest line of amateur
goods in the west. Kirk, Geary &
Co., 330 Sutter St., San Francisco.
Had All the Marks.
Teacher And how do you know.
my dear, that you have been christ
Scholar Please, mum, cause I got
the marks on me arm now, mum.
When your liver is out of order do not
dose yourself with poisonous drugs
that harm and never cure, but take Oar
field Tea, and HERB remedy that CURES.
Tillman's Offer to Lecture.
Senator Tillman has received a flat
tering offer to go on the lecture plat
form, with full privilege to select his
own topic and discuss it in his own
way. The southerner is a capital
story teller and has a keen sense of
humor, both of which qualifications'
would stand him in good stead as a
Under Water. -Stransre
acauaJntanc an t b m.A.
under water. H. Phelps Whltmarsh,
who for a time adonted the callinr of
pearl-fisher In Australian waters, tells
mis story or meeting a submarine mon
It was a muddy day, and everything
I conseauence looked hlnmwl anil
aggerated. In the yellow distance I
saw an immense dark object moving
slowly toward me. As It came nearer,
I made out a central body with several
great arms or feelers waving rhythmic
ally. My heart was In my mouth.
I felt sure It was an octonna. Then.
when I was about to stir nn th miut at
my feet, to avoid being seen, I discov
ered mat me enemy was nothing more
than a fellow-diver. The feelers I bad
Imagined were his arms, legs and lines.
A shadowy slant about twelve feet
high, with huge hands and a bead like
a smau Darrei, was approaching. He
walked slowly, his heavy boots raising
the mud behind him like a eland of
dust, and his great central eye gleamed
darkly. Although I knew him to be a
man, It was with difficulty that I re-
rrainea irom taking to my heels. At
sight of me. he. too. was startled: hni
he quickly recovered, and we shook
nanas. xnen we nodded, grinned,
showed each other the state of onr
bags, and parted.
Tha Steam Locomotive Doomed.
It is claimed that within a few rears the
electric inciter will completely siipplmit the
steam locomotive, and trains will then rush
along at a 8 need of 100 miles an hour. To
travelers this will prove a great blessing.
out no more so man Hosterter s stomach
Bitters, has proved a blessine to those who
wish to regain their lielth quickly. The
Bitters cure dyspepsia, indigestion, bilious
ness, malaria, fever and ague, also im
proves the appetite and purines the blood.
Thirst, flrnnv T.ofr. me qao HiHn'fc
Strickland marrv one of Old Smilev's
Second Crony Yes.
First Cronv Bv the wav. thoueh.
isn't Smiley dead?
second Cronv He was the last I
heard of him.
Proving a Theory.
Yabsly Do you think there is
anything in the theory that, business
worries can sometimes cause a com
plete loss of memory?
Mudge Yes, I know that it works
that way in my case. The more I
borrow money, the more treacherous
my memory becomes.
Cy Nick You don't catch me ty
ing myself to any namby-pamby fe
male for life.
Miss Thrust I dare say not, Mr.
Nick unless the woman was crazy.
After-Effects Are Often Worse
Than the Trouble Itself How
They May Be Avoided and
Good Health Restored.
from the Journal, Kansas City, Mo.
Following every epidemic of the
grip there remains a trail of after
effects which are often worse than
the trouble itself and which seem to
baffle all efforts of physicians. A
specific, however, has been found
which not only will quickly restore
the health after an attack of grip
and expel the lingering germs, but,
working through the blood will ren
der the system proof against the dis
ease. In hundreds of cases it has
been shown that Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People have accomp
lished this result. One of the many
recent cures is that of Mrs. J. B.
Shaw, of 2101 Bellefontain avenue,
Kansas City, Mo., who says:
"When the grip was epidemic here
I Mas one of its victims and the disease
left me in a bad state. I formerly
had an excellent memory, but after
the attack I could scarcely remember
anything. I had severe pains in the
top and back of my head and. was
dizzy by spells. I would lie awaek
until nearly morning and then fall
into a sleep that was not restful. My
heart action was weak and I was a
victim of nervousness. In fact my
health was shattered by the attack of
the grip and recovery seemed hope'
"After being afflicted in this man
ner for several weeks, I happened to
read an advertisement of Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills for Pale People.
Thinking they might do me good, I
began taking them at once. In three
days I was much better and could
sleep like a child at night. After
using a box of the pills my memory
was restored and I felt greatly en
couraged. I continued taking them
until I had used three boxes and
was in better health than I had enjoy
ed for several years.
"If a stamped envelope is sent foi
reply I will gladly answer all inquir
ies relating to my case. "
Signed, MRS. J. B. SHAW.
Subscribed and sworn to before ma
this 12th day of February, 1901.
(Seal) Notary Public.
At all druggists or direct from Dr.
Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady,
N. Y. Price 50 . cents per box; 6
A Mother's Methods.
"You see," said the mother, "Tom-,
my is so uncomplaining and yielding
that I always give him the first choice
"As a lesson to Johnny?" asked the
"No. It gives Johnny a chance to
take it away from him. Then both
Ancient Roman Aqueduct
Recent discovery in Jerusalem
proves that the ancient aqueduct
which brought water from Bethlehem
through the Hinnah valley, was built
by the emperor Severus, 195 A. D.
Inscriptions to that effect have been
He Newlywed is always talking
about his wife's money.
She That's very strange.
"Not so very. You just ought to
BARON STEUBEN'S NAMESAKES.
Bluff Revolutionary Soldier's Name
. Borne by Many Others.
Baron Steuben, the bluff old soldier
of the Revolution, was greatly beloved
by his men. He was called everywhere
"The Baron," and to one woman, who
came to him asking permission to name
her child for him, he said, "And what
will you call hlmr For, like all titled
personages, he had a profusion of
proper names. -
"Why," said the woman, "I'll call
Baron he was, and so were the other
namesakes. Indeed, when the old sol
dier was urged to lay' aside his title.
In the enthusiasm of the French Revo
lution, he answered that It would be
of no use. There were too many Baron
Steubens in existence.
One full-grown namesake he ac
quired under peculiar circumstances.
When he was one day Inspecting a
Connecticut regiment he found a fine
looking sergeant, named Jonathan Ar
nold. The baron had been one of the
court which had unwillingly condemn
ed Andre, and he detested the "wretch
who drew him to death." So he advised
the man to change his name.
"But what name shall I take?" cried
"Any name you please," answered
the baron. "Take mine. It's at your
So Jonathan Arnold, duly became
Jonathan Steuben, and under that
name fought bravely and well. When
he returned to his Connecticut home,
after the war, he married, and his son
was named after the old soldier, "Fred
erick William." To him Baron Steuben
willed a farm, and Frederick William
Steuben, a good soldier In the War of
1812, died in the service.
Paul B. du Chaillu has announced
that he will go to Russia and gather
material for an imnnrtlnl wi-
the dominion of the Czar.
Ida M. Tarbell has revised her "Na
poleon," which has reached a Rule nf
100,000 copies, and will reissue It under
the title of "Napoleon and Josephine."
Edgar Fawcett has written a new
novel entitled "New York." It ehrnn-
icles many strange phases of life In
rnat city and has a convict for a hero.
Mr. Fawcett now lives In London. '
"New Glimpses of Poe," by Prof.
James A. Harrison of the University
of Virginia, will include certain phases
of Poe's life and character which. It is
asserted, have been hitherto overlook
ed. Beulah Marie DIx, author of "Hugh
Gwyeth," has written a new novel of
early colonial life in New England,
which will shortly be published under
the title of "The Making of Christopher
T. Edgar Pemberton has written a
volume concerning Bret Harte. which
takes the form of a mild biography.
Mr. Harte has contributed a letter ta
the book and Incidentally remarks that
much which Mr. Pemberton has said
about him should be left to his tomb
stone. The last literary work undertaken by
Alphonse Daudet, a play based on hie
story, "La Petite Paroisse," has just
been brought out In Paris. The play is
both disgusting and stupid and those
most loyal to the author's memory re
gret that it should have been given to
It will be remembered that Arthur
Lawrence published some time ago a
volume entitled "The Life-Story, Let
ters and Reminiscences of Sir Arthur
Sullivan," written with the composer's
authority. He Is now at work on a
complete biography, which will be. en
tirely rewritten and contain much new
A Youthful Baler.
By the death of the Maharaja of
Patlala his little son. Ticca Sahib, be
comes the nominal head of about two
million people. '
This small youth Is, In a sporting
sense at least, the worthy son of his
father, for although he Is only ten
years of age he plays cricket well and
Is an excellent rifle-shot. His father
was a famous sportsman, equally profi
dent In cricket, in riding, polo-playing
and pig-sticking, as the boar-hunt Is
- The last notable achievement of the
Maharaja was making twenty -ape
runs in eight and a half minutes In the
cricket match against the Bombay Par
sees. So it will be seen that little
Ticca Sahib has an illustrious family
record to emulate.
New Vork to Philadelphia for $1
The plans to connect New York and
Philadelphia by trolley by way of Som
erville, N. J., are advancing. The
tracks of the Philadelphia and New
Jersey Railroad and the Philadelphia
and Bristol . Railroad will be used.
Heavy tracks will be laid, and the cars
run at a high rate of speed. The single
trip fare between Philadelphia and
New York, it is said, will be $1. New
' " The Superlative Degree.
"Am I henpecked?"
The harassed husband was commun
ing with himself. '
His voice took on a tone of mingled
humiliation and desperation.
"I am henbusheled, that's what I
am." Baltimore American.
So He la.
Mr. Ascum I hear your old minister
hag gone in for ritualism.
Mr, Lochurch (disgustedly) Yes, he's
gone wrong, completely.
Mr. Ascum How can you say that7
He's all rite now. Philadelphia Press.
An unmarried man goes twice as far
In the road as a married man before he
meets anyone who tells him his duty,
A great ratnd Is always a generous
Marvel 'Watch of Geneva.
A manufacturing firm of Geneva.
Switzerland, has for many years been
making a specialty of complicated
timepieces and a watch placed on view
at the Paris exposition is regarded by
them aa their highest achievement In
it they have overcome problems which
were before considered insolvable, and
have succeeded In retaining the size of
the watch within a convenient limit of
a pocket timepiece namely, twenty
Ugnea, corresponding to the American
eighteen size. But' two of these
watches have ever been constructed.
One of these was purchased direct from
the workshop of the firm to be added to
the magnificent watch collection of A.
Pontl, the celebrated amateur of Milan.
This watch, which hag a perpetual
calendar Indicating the days of the
months, the days of the week and the
phases of the moon, also possesses two
separate small dials, upon which are
shown automatically for a given lati
tude the time of the rising of the sun
and the time of its setting. The dif
ficulty overcome here was great, but
what comprises the merit of the piece
Is that in connection with the minute
hand, which shows the mean time (the
time we use), it carries another hand
which indicates the sun's time (the true
time). This hand, moving from the
center as do the hands showing the
mean time, constantly travels with
them and places itself each day at mid
night in the position it should occupy
in order to Indicate for that day the
difference between the mean and true
time. The variation Is very great being
as much as fifteen minutes In one di
rection or the other. These dates are
April 16, June 15, Sept 1 and Dec. 26.
- City Feller's Advantage.
"That there farm," said the driver,
on the off side, belongs to a feller
in town that runs it for his health."
"How does he get alone?" asked
"Oh, bout 's well's the rest of us.
only he don't have to buy no gold
bricks to come out loser, like we do."
Suffered Twenty-five Years.
Washington. D. C. Anril 1. 1898.
Dr. S. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio,
My dear Doctor It gives me pleas
ure to certifv to the excellent curative
qualities of your medicines, Peruna
Hon. J. D. Botkin.
Congressman-at-Large from Kansas.
id Manalin. I have been afflicted
more or less for a quarter of a century
with catarrh of the strmmnli
constipation ; a residence in Washing-
ion uas liicreaseu tnese rroiuiles.
A few bottles of vnnr liimli.; ilea
have given me almost complete relief.
IT . . . - . .
anu am sure xnai a continuation of
their use will effect a permanent cure.
Peruna is surely a wonderful remedy
for catarrhal affections.
J. D. Botkin.
If VOU do nOt derive nrnmnt. artA
satisfactory results from the use of
reruna, write at once to Dr. Hart-
man, giving a full statement of
your case, and he will be pleased to
give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
the Hartman Sanitarium, Colum
The Boston Boy's Ranch.
A Western Cattle ranell helnn terror t
the children of some Rnst.nn ruvmlo
has been named by them "Focus,"
uecause it is where the sons raise
Stop thm Cough mnd
.Work Off thm Cold.
I.T.tlr. TlHin.nlnl.Jn. I-1.1... . - , .
....... ...... i.u:rm cure a win ug
one day. . No core. No Pay. Price 25 cents.
Italians call locusts "little horses,"
and the German term for these pests
is nay norses. '
.active man oy large manufacturing house;
136.00 in cash paid for 12 davs trial; promotion
and permanent nciBitinn if Rntiafnterv ah.
dress G. B. P. Co., 723 Chestnut St., Philada.
Coal can be transported 1,000 miles
on the American lakes for 20 cents a
COME AND GO
In many forms
make up a large part of human
suffering. They come suddenly,
but they go promptly by the
aseof . .
St Jacobs Oil
which Is a certain sure cure.
Ti CU8 WHERE AU. &S FAILS.
lu Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Ill
fV . In tune. Bold by drwrKlBta,
To Mothers of
IB this WOrlrndllv vnrld fan wnni..
are so placed that physical exertion
is not constantly demanded of them in
uicir uauy llie.
We make a KTwia anneal 4
of large families whose work is never
uuuo, ana many 01 whom suffer, and
suffer for lack of intelligent aid.
To women, young or old, rich or
poor, we extend &n lnvit.fiA ., .
free advice. Oh. women ! do not let
Mrs. Qinri BkluvHiEB.
your lives be sacrificed when a word of
advice at the first approach of weak
ness, may fill your future years with
healthy joy. Address a letter to Mrs.
Pinkham's Laboratory, Lynn Mass.;
and you will not be disappointed.
"When 1 began to take Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I was
not able to do my housework. I suf
fered terribly at time of menstruation.
Several doctors told me they could dc
nothing for me. Thanks to the Pink
ham advice and medicine I am now
well, and can do the work for eight in
" I would recommend Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound to all
mothers with large families." Mbs.
Cabbie Belleville, Ludington, Mich.
Do Good to AIL
"To tumble into 'grumble' ditch is
easy, but it is not so easy to get out.
Une way out is by doing good to
As we have opportunity,
let us do good unto all men.
COO KNOW WHAT YOU AIMS TAKING
When vou take Grove's Tasteless Chill Itonle,
because the formula is plainly printed on every
bottle showing- that it is simply Iron and Qui
nine in a tasteless form. No Cure. No Pay. 60c.
The Army Dentists.
"I see that the reorganized army is
to have 27 dentists. "
"That's a good thing. They'll
keep the dogs of war in a condition
to show their teeth to the best of ad
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
ing Syrup the best remedy to use for their
children during the teething period.
Banana growing is a feature of fruit
raising in Southern California.
Though it does' not meet with the
same success as it does in tropical
regions the enterprise is said to be
making fair progress.
TO CUBE A COLD IK ONE DAI
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Irnggists refund the money if it fails to cure.
B.W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c.
The new library at Athens is now
completed. It was begun 14 years
ago by Professor Ziller, of Dresden.
It has room for 400,000 volumes.
People expect much from Garfield Tea,
and they are never dissapomted ; it cures
stomach, liver and bowel disorders and
cures constipation and sick headache.
A physician in Newburg, N. Y., had
a desperate battle with a Newfound
land dog weighing 200 pounds, finally
choking the dog to death.
If you are a photographer and have
not received a copy of our 1901 cata
log you have missed a good thing.
Send for it at once. Kirk, Geary &
Co., 330 Sutter St., San Francisco.
poisons out of the system and will regulate
yott naturally and easily and without g-ript. or pain. Start to-nij-ht one tablet keep It tp for
- a week and help the liver clean op the bowels, and you will feel right, your blood will be rich,
face look dean, eyes brig-ht. Get a 50c box of CASCARETS, take as directed. If you are not
cured or satisfied you get your money back. Bile bloat is quickly and permanently
toasneaa. bad breath.
- HI I lavS J. -t jawa aa. -aaavi lay n n . Ill M .
w'ricrMir ffflifj ins us;
on in lumeiii Dioaiea ooweia, iou
waaaai moBia, Bvaaacuvt laaicaiuvD, pinpiH,
paina after aatliig, liver trouble, nflow complexion
and dizziness, when roar bowels don't move regu
larly yon are getttna; slek. Constipation kills more
people than all other diseases tog-ether. It is a
starter for the ehronle ailments and long years of
auflVrln a; that come afterwards. No matter what
lis yon, start taking CASCARETS to-day, for yon
will never set well and be well all the time nntil
yon pat yonr bowels right. Take onr adrlee start
With CASCARETS to-day, under an absolute guar
antee to cure or money refunded. m -
Farm Supplies, Etc.
$25 - $30 - $35 - $40
and DUNLOP TIRES
Dunlop Steel Rims. Full Line of Sundries.
Agents Wanted. Send for Catalogue.
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver Co.,
First and Taylor Sts.
JOHN POOLE, Portland, Oregon,
Foot of Morrison Street,
Can give you the best bargains in
Buggies, Plows, Boilers and Engines,
Windmills and Pumps and General
Machinery. See us before buying.
Chas. L. Mastick & Co. 75 rVUWeSn 0ak
CASH BTJYEKS OF HIDES. PELTS AND TALLOW.
Consignments solicited. Pay highest market price. PROMPT RETURNS.
' Dealers in Leather and Findings.
Refer to Wells. Fargo & Co. Bank, Bortland, Oregon.
NEW LIFE TO
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j "TH Tr that Binds.
See Our Anchor Clamp
You would be surprised it you It new
how little it would cost you to fix up
that old fence. Better send for some
Anchor Clampa and Uprights, and a
pair of our pinchers, and make your old
wire fence look like a new one.
ANCHOR FENCE looks so nice and
is so strong that farmers sometimes
think that it must be high, priced. It
CLakp Before Using. Cattle, Sheep
Write for Prices and Catalogue.
Agents Wanted in
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BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. LOOK FOR MOVE TRADE MARC
w - .CATALOGUES FREE
Showing Full Line of Garments and Hats.
is best time to care Catarrh,
Bronchitis and Consumption.
Our remedy is guaranteed, $1.
r. U. Box 73.
W. H. SMITH i CO., Buffalo, N. Y.
N. F. N. C.
WHKX writing t advertiser, piesaa
mention this paper.
Puffs under the eyes;' red nose; pimple
blotched, greasy face don't mean hard drink
ing always as much as it shows that there is
BILE LN THE BLOOD. It is true, drink
ing and over-eating overloads the stomach,
but failure to assist nature in regularly dis
posing of the partially digested lumps of food
that are dumped into the bowels and allowed
to rot there, is what causes all the trouble.
CASCARETS will help nature help you, and
will keep the system from filling with poisons,
will clean out the sores that tell of the sys
tem's rottenness. Bloated by bile the figure
becomes unshapely, the breath foul, eyes and
skin yellow; in fact the whole body kind of
fills up with filth. Every time you neglect to
help nature you lay the. foundation for Just
such troubles. CASCARETS will carry the
InHflau mdlelHi In lite world. 71
It. bad blood, wind
wrm wttHt. a mid onr
fa.tr. honeit triad.
ot sMfctlafleul. After
box th mvtmty
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Factory, Battle Creek, Michigan.
Branch House, Portland, Oregon.
To be Prosperous, Use the
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and catalogue see "Advance
agents, or write
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M. E. and E. T. Hay, Wilbur, "Wash.
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5 " - " " - . 2.
4 a a . . . 3.30
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Clamps and Uprights.
Thi Old Fekci. The Anchob Fehcx.
and Hog Tight, it Never Slips aiter closing
AND LAWN FENCE.
The Portland Anchor Fence Co.
743 Nicolai St,, PORTLAND, Oregon. .
One or two horse: sizes 8, 9, 10 nnd V2. Call on
McCormick agent, or address .
A. H. BOYLAN, Gen. Agt., Portland, Or.
For Catalogue and Prices.
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