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How It reddens the skin, Itches, oozes,
dries and scales !
Some people.call it tetter, milk crust or
Tbe suffering from It Is sometimes In
tense; local applications are resorted to
they mitigate, bat cannot cure.
It proceeds from humors inherited or ac
quired and persists until these hare been
positively removes them, has radically
and permanently cared the worst cases, and
is without an equal for all cutaneous
Uood's Fills are the best cathartic. r tries 25 csnu.
At Carnival Time.
"If you dislike her, why do you
visit . her," was asked, after the
maiden had expressed her opinion of
the absent one.
"Oh, all the parades pass her
home," was the satisfactory reply. '
This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
the remedy that uea cola Im on (tax
First Old Codeer No, I haven't
been at the club today.
Second Old Codger So they told
me. I was afraid something might
be wrong thought you might be
A WIRE FENCE MIRACLE.
Interesting Discovery at Important as
Head to a Pin.
The fences in the United States
cost $5,628,892,160. The average
county has paid $2,000,000 for its
fences all paid by inhabitants you
and yourn eighbor.
Did you know this before? Such
an immense sum of money seems in
credible, yet it is the correct amount.
A Ira if. in an.t. t.rm.fc fonpaa onaf
than all other farm improvements voluntary testimonials irom minis
,;,i i it ; v.itoi t;i ters of the gospel which have come
to the preservation of your property
" - JVM ' V IVUbO
and keep them in eood order. This
fence question is always pressing
itself upon you, and the stupendous
aggregate cost of fences renders the
subject worth the most careful con
sideration. Untold trouble has been : experi
enced for many years and the general
advance along the line of improve
ment has resulted in the widespread
substitution of wire fencing for the
various forms Of wood fences. But
with the new era of wire fences the old,
old fact that anything is only as
strong as its weakest part has been
time and again conspicuously demon
strated. Wire fencing in all its var
ious applications to different pur-
poses is undoubtedly taking the lead
in the construction of the world's
fences today. This is so because it is
the most economical and most dur
able, even in its. earlier and - cruder
The great drawback to all iron
fencing has been the difficulty of se
curely fastening the joints (wire to
wire) so that thev will not slip.
These joints have always slipped.
They constitute the one weak point.
If they become loose the whole fence
soon goes. That has - been every
one's experience and is the base of all
trouble with wire fencing.
Kecently a genius ' solved the prob
lem by inventing a clamp which
binds the wire and bends and "an
chors"a joint into perfect security.
The thine is so aim Die that neonle
wonder why someone did not think of
it before. But the important point is
that the clamp does its wonderful
work unerringly, and from now on all
wire fences can be made tenfold more
durable. v Of course the "big " parent
company that secured the patent for
this wonderful "anchor clamp" is
having a phenomenal success. "An
chor" fences are multiplying like hot
cakes everywhere, for the discovery of
the anchor clamp in wire work is
comparable to - the deed of the man
who invented the head to the ordinary
pin of commerce, and an old-fashioned
wire fence . can be converted
into an "anchor" ; fence if you have
some of the little "anchor clamps"
and a pair of pinchers. The Portland
Anchor Fence Company," which has
its headquarters at 742 Nicolai street,
Portland, Or., controls the sale of
"anchor" fences in the Northwest,
and they send very interesting
pamphlets and pictures, telling all
about fences, free of cost, to anyone
who sends them his address.
Seeking His Fortune.
"Young man, why do you stand on
the bridge every day with that life
"S-s-sh, don't give me away. One
of these heiresses may fall overboard.
! A Constitutional Affection.
Sprays, washes, powders, salves, ' medicated
tobacco and cigarettes, however long and persistently
used, do not cure Catarrh. They relieve temporarily
the inflammation in the throat and nose, and enable
you to Dreatne more easily and freely,
aual rush of imoure blood to these
the irritation and ultimately produces
the glands, when the breath becomes
offensive and the soft bones of the nose
destroyed. The catarrhal inflammation
the entire surface of the mucous membrane, or inner skin ; the stomach, kidneys
and lungs are often involved ; the whole system soon becomes affected by the rapid
absorption of poisonous matter into the blood, and the disease that you had hoped
- " --
X had Catarrh about 15 years, and
tried during- the time everything1 1 oould
hear of, but nothing- did me any good.
At last X came to the eonoluaion that
Catarrh must bo a blood disease, and
. decided to give S. S. 8. a trial. X oould
amo a. little improvement from the first
bottle, and continued It. three or four
months, or until I was cured. Have
not taken anything- for six years, and
am Just as well as I over vrasv M. JCA.T
SON, Iiapesr, Mich.
Catarrh is a constitutional disease
lnnciiicu, auu vuiy uwui uicuiuuic, sucn as v. o. o., can remove tne Hereditary
taint, destroy the poisons that have been accumulating in the system for years
perhaps, and restore the blood t3 a healthy: and pure condition.. The inflamed
membranes and diseased glands are healed by the rich, pure blood which is carried
to them, and the offensive discharges from the nose, and the terrible headache and
neuralgic pains cease. Chronic cases of the most desperate character and apparent
ly nopeiess, nave Deen curea completely ana permanently by the use ot- S. S. S.
Write our .physicians fully about your case and they will cheerfully assist you
by' their advicSt Wc Charge nothing whatever for this service. Book free OS
The Same Old Excuse.
Magistrate Well, young man,
what excuse have you for taking the
picture when you were forbidden to
Young Man Judge, I didn't know
my camera was loaded.
A Poor Subject
"I don't believe in hypnotism,"
said Mr. Smart in the presence of Mr.
Stunner, a veritable Svengali in the
hypnotizing business, "becausen of
one has ever been able to hpynotize
me." - -
"Well," observed the "professor,
cuttingly, "the exception only proves
the rule. It is a scientific fact that
people who have no brains cannot be
Peace in the Philippines.
Peace in the Philippines is bound to
prove profitable to all concerned. Warring
conditions, whether they be in the Philip
pines or in the human stomach, are equally
disastrous. If your stomach has rebelled,
there is one authority that will quickly
subdue it. It is Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters, and it cures constipation, indigestion,
biliousness, nervousness and dyspepsia.
See that a private Revenue Stamp covers
the neck of the bottle.
If They Only Knew. . '
Waggs Boston women who ride
cross-saddle fashion are being talked
about all over the country.
Daggs Yes ; I'll bet if the Puritans
had foreseen it they, wouldn't have
landed in Massachusetts.
Rev. Enoch Hill, of Grand Junc
tion, Iowa, Indorses Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for
From the Erie Headlight, Grand Junction, la.
No higher praise can be offered nor
better references given concerning
the virtues of; Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale; People than the many
parts of the country. One
is from Bev. Enoch Hill,
f 1.1 US'
pastor of the M
E. church of Grand
Junction, Iowa, who says: -
t "I am a firm believer in the effi
cacy of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
Pale'People, the remedy having been
Used in my family with highly grati
fying results. For'three or four years
I was a sufferer from general debility.
I seemed to be lacking in vitality,
was tired out most of the time and
sleep gave me no rest or refreshment.
I was troubled with -headache much
of the time and my illness incapaci
tated me for energetic work in my
pastorate. : ,
i -"A sister-in-law living in Nebraska,
who had suffered very much and who
had used Dr. W Uliam 's Pink Pills
with good results, recommended
them to me and -I decided to try
them. I had taken but two or three
doses of the pills when I found that
they were helping me, and -further
use of the remedy brought such relief
that I am glad to offer this public
recommendation of : Dr. William's
Pink Pills for Pale People in the
interest of suffering humanity.
: "My wife was troubled much as I
was and the pills also proved of great
benefit in her case.
I have recommended the pills to
many whom I have met in my work
and am always pleased to indorse the
medicine, the excellence of which
has . been established within my own
observation." ' -- '---- -Signed,
KEY. ENOCH HIIX.
At all druggists or direct " from Dr.
Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady,
N. Yv; on receipt of price, 50 cents per
box; six boxes, $2.50,
Extent of Swedish Agriculture. :
Sweden cultivated only 1,360,000
acres of land in 1812. Now she has
12,500,000 acres under plow and growa
185,000,000 bushels of grain a year...
ron know what Totr are taking
When von take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic,
bottle showing that it la simply Iron and Qui
Because ui iormuia is plainly printed on eve
teieat lorm. no cure. fay. 60c.
A Cheap Shave.
mere are places on the Jtsowery in
New York where a man can get a
shave for 3 cents. For 2 cents more
he can have his face washed with bay
rum. f.. -.
Poco, Premb, Korona, Graphic, Cy
clone, Vive, Hawkeye, Al-Vista cameras
and Eastman kodaks in stock. Send
for special catalog of any of them.
Kirk, Geary & Co., 330 Sutter St;, S.F.
Roadsters for Governor Barnes. -
The school teachers of Oklahoma
have given Governor Barnes of that
territory a pair of driving horses as a
recognition of his work for the public
scnoois oi that territory.
but the con-
narta Vena nn
m a uaugcruus xorm.
I had Catarrh so bad was entirely
deaf in one ear, and all the inside
of my nose and part of the bone
Httusaw oxx. xDs pnyaiclans stave
j"p aa lncuraDie. X determined to
try S. 8. S.. and besran to iamnv. at
once. It seemed to get at the seat of
me oiseaae. ana after a few weeks'
treatment I waa entirely tit-h
for more than seven years have had
no sirn or tne aisea.se. MBS. JOSE-
rjixajs iuiiri 1 1,1,, sne West, S. C.
a blood disease which is frequently
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, 6A.
SMALL BOY AND THE MORSE.
Acta that Stamp the Human with the
Bad are of Nobility.
What nuisances these small boys are
sometimes. Tbe streets are full of
them. They play tricks upon us. They
snowball our tall hats. They steal up
behind us and placard our backs with
"I am blind," or "Wanted to buy 100
cats." We are made aware of It only
by tbe people who pass us, stopping
and pointing and Sneering at us. How
angry We are! And then we discover
peeping around the corner three or four
small boys. They are so comical we
burst Into a laugh; that Is, If we are
wise, and remember that we have been
boys ourselves some time in the past.
And so the Incident passes with the
comment, "Boys will be boys."
For our part, we like small boys. We
can get along with their pranks. We
can endure the noise they make, muddy
footprints on the carpet, pillow fights
In the morning when we would like to
sleep, the new suits all bedraggled and
muddy with , holes In the knee, the
stubbed toe that must be washed and
done up, bedlam In the house in gen
eral Why this moralizing upon the
subject of the small boy? you ask.
Just this. We saw a small boy, as we
were passing along the crowded street,
stop and caress a horse. It was not
a royally bred, high-toned beauty, but
an ordinary work horse, standing wear
ily by the sidewalk waiting for "Get up
here," and perhaps the lash of the whip.
The boy was eating an apple. He
stopped and patted the horse. He gave
him a part of his apple. He caressed
his nose, placing it against his face.
You should have seen the mutual quick
understanding between horse and boy.
Would we trust that boy? Surely we
would with uncounted money. His
frank, -honest face, his eyes speaking
sympathy and kindness, intelligence
and pent-up fun and life, were an Index
of his. character and natural bent that
were unmistakable. Boys, you are
soon to be men. Such incidents as the
above are worth your ' consideration.
They are indexes of what you are and
what you may hope to be. , They have
a reflex influence upon you, too, that
will help you in after years. The boy
was understood by the horse; the ob
serving - man understood the boy as
well. Boston Traveler.
COIN'S QUEER HISTORY.
Q larter Cemente 1 Friendship
Between Business Rivals. -There
is a proprietor of a popular
cafe in a downtown cross street who
guards as his chief est treasure a worn
and battered coin which was. struck
from the mint in 1869. The coin is
only a 25-cent piece, but it is safe to
say that $25 eould not buy it, and the
reason why is this:
When the owner of the coin opened
his cafe shortly after the Civil War,
he chose a good location, and this fact,
coupled with his own vigorous person
ality, brought him a flourishing trade,
His business grew so rapidly that an
other cafe was opened by a rival di
rectly across the street. The newcom
er announced that he was after a part
of the trade in the neighborhood, and
that, what was more, he was goin
to get it His attitude was distinctly
defiant, and the customers of the es
tablished cafe wagged their heads sol
emnly and said that trouble was brew--ing.
; . '"
On the day that the new cafe was
opened a crowd of idlers filled the place
and waited for something to happen.
They were not disappointed, for in the
middle of the morning in strolled the
restaurateur from across the street,
and, throwing a shining quarter on the
bar, he asked his rival to have some
thing to drink. So the men drank;
while the crowd gaped and wondered
who would strike the first blow. But
no blows were struck. On the con
trary, during the afternoon the owner
of the new cafe took the same coin
which bis rival had used in the mom
ing, and, . walking across the street.
treated in turn. "
The operation was repeated the next
day, and every day for thirty years.
Meantime the piece of money grew
worn and old, and the two men grew
worn and old, too. At last the pro
prietor of the newer cafe died, and the
other man was the chief mourner ati
his funeral, and when it was all -over;
he put the battered quarter in a safe1
place and vowed never to part with .lt
this side of the line separating him
from one who. had been both his rival j
and his friend. New York Mail and '
Tbe Toad. in. the Rock. -Of
late days I hare noted, says a re
cent writer, a considerable number of
reputed cases of the occurrence of
live frogs and toads in . what were al
leged to be solid rocks. This is, of
course, an old, old story that appears
to possess perennial powers (like tbe
toad) of revivification. I had thought
that Dean Buckland t (father - of -the
genial Frank) had exploded the toad
In the rock myth once for all ' The
Dean inclosed toads and frogs In cells
cut In blocks of stone, and buried them
three feet deep:- In his garden.?; Here
the conditions were even less rigorous
than those under which the amphibians
are reported to survive for ages In the
'solid rock." Dean Buckland's-toads
were nearly all dead by the end of the
first year of entombment, and none sur
vived the second year.
A Polisb Wedding.
A curious marriage was recently cele
brated at Grocholetz, tn Poland, where
a peasant at the age of 88 led to the
j altar a maiden of 18 summers. - Among
the'200 guests tnvlted to the weddlag
were eleven sons of the bridegroom by
former marriages, the eldest being 60
years old and the youngest 41. There
were also sixty-three - grandchildren,
thirty-nine great-grandchildren, twenty-one
children of the fourth generation
and four of the fifth.
When . a servant girl leaves, .: the
woman of the house always says, in
I telling about it: "he said it was the
I easiest place she ever had; still, she
A man never has as much difficulty in
getting the girl's consent as the novels
iclaim, and is never as happy after
t marriage as tre novels picture.
Many a man will row a long way up
stream simply for the privilege of float
I ing back.
Tho Chanrjo of
Is the most important period in fa wo
man's existence. Owing to modern
methods of living, not one woman in
a thousand approaches this perfectly
natural change without experiencing
a train of very annoying- and some
times painful symptoms.
: Those dreadful hot fi ashes, sending
the blood surging to the heart until it
seems ready, to burst, and the taint
feeling that follows, sometimes with
chills, as if the heart were going- to
stop for good, are symptoms of s oan-
. . . Mas. Jura Noblb.
perons, nervous trouble. Those not
flashes are just so many calls from
nature for help. The nerves are crying-
out for assistance. The cry should
be heeded in time.: Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound was pre
pared to meet the needs of woman's
system at this trying period ol ner me.
It builds up the weakened nervous
system, and enables a-woman to pas
that grand change triumphantly.
"I was a very sick woman, caused
by Change of Life. I suffered with hot
flushes, and fainting spells. I was
afraid to so on the street, my head and
back troubled me so. I was entirely
cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound." Mrs. Jbnnib Nona,
601(1 KeyserSt, Uennantown, rav
No Room for Doubt.
'You speak with great positiveness
about the sincerity of your friend's
There can be no doubt whatever of
its sincerity," was the . answer.
Why, sir, that man would rather go
to church on Sunday than play golf."
TO CUBE A COLD TS ONI DAI
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
lruegists refund the money if it fail! to cure.
S. W. Grove's signature is on each box, 26c.
Improving Grant's Tomb.
The grounds around Grant's tomb
at Riverside are to be beautified. The
trees will be planted, the steel em
bankment terraced and asphalt walks
Learn to take pictures. The "A. B,
C. of Photograyiiy" tells you how to
do it. - .The best book on photography
ever written. Your dealer can get it
for vou. Camera Craft, : 330 Sutter
street, San Farncico, Cal.
; - . The Remedy.
Stern Professor ' (to nervous stu
dent in homeopathy) On the prin
ciple, then, of like cures like, what
would you order in a case of delirium
tremens? v - -
"Wouldn't some form of snakeroot
fill the bill?"
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
ing Syrup the best remedy to use for their
children during the teething period. - -
. In Smokiest Chicago.
"The bridegroom was late in com
ing to the wedding, wasn't he?"
"Yes; he had allowed only an hour
for getting his hands thoroughly
clean.";- .- ..- - ,
'. Fiso's Cure cannot be too hiehlv spoken
of as a cough cure. J. W. O'Bkikk, 322
.lurd Ave., K, Minneapolis, Mmiu, Jan,
6, 1900. ' : -V
- Willie had been told that when a
hen was heard cackling around it is a
pretty sure sign she has laid an egg.
Une day. he ran to his mother in an
excited manner and exclaimed :
"Oh, mamma, I just heard the
cuckoo in the clock make a noise.
I'll go down ana see it she s - laid, an
JCVfegetable Preparaiionfor As
ling the Stpinacte andBowels of
ness andRest.Contains neither
Sjium.Morphine nor Mineral.
ot Nab. c otic.
Aperfecl Remedy- for Constipa
tion , Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea
and LOSS OF SLEEP.
: Fac Simile Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
"Mr. Carnegie is the greatest and
most sensible philanthropist l)M world
"I agree with you sir. and now mar
I ask your business?"
"I am a bookseller. And you?"
"I am a maker of . hardwood book
"I can't understand all this prelim
inary talk about that duel these
Frenchmen are going to fight,"- said
the eminent pugilist. -
His entourage begged him to am
plify his views. ,
"Well, as I understand it, the event
isn't to be pulled off under the
auspices of any athletic club, and
there is to be no gate monev to
Do Good to Somebody.'
To shake off trouble we must set
about doing good to somebody. . Put
on your hat, and go. to visit the poor;
inquire into their wants and adminis
ter unto them. I have often tried
this, and found it to be the best med
icine for a heavy heart. A. J. Sym
-- The Retort Courteous. -
"No, I have nothing for you," said
the - housekeeper, sternly. "And
don't you "come here after dinner
"Beg pardon, lady," replied Hun
gry iiawtes, "out i man t suppose
you d have dinner over (Us early in de
day. iou ain t very stylish, are
Willie Boerum (entertaining his
sister's caller) Do you like baseball
very much. Mr. Jamaica?
;' Mr. Jamaica I never played ball
very much, Willie. : 1 enjoy golf
-Willie Boerum (disappointedly)
Why, . I hear pa tell Susan you was a
Her Strong Hold.
Wife (testily) Don't interrupt me.
I leave out half my words when I'm
Husband But you . don't when
you're talking, do you?
At Menlo Park, San Mateo County, Cal., with
its beautiful, surroundings, perfect climate,
careful supervision, thorough instruction,
complete laboratories, and gymnasium, easily
maintains its position in the front ranks of
schools for bovs on the Pacific Coast. Ira G.
Hoitt, Ph. D., Principal.
Blinks Lucky man, that felkw
Winks I don't see. how you make
Blinks Why, he took out a life in
surance policy for $5,000 and died six
days before the company failed.
Little Liver PUls.
Must Bear Signature of
; See Pac-SlsBlle Wrapper Below.
Tear tustall ad aa aaay
to taJto Msmgaxii
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; For InfantB and Children.
The Kind You Have
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Ji For Over
i Thirtv Ynars
FREE TO FARMERS
Our 1901 Vehicle Book
Our 1901 Implement Catalogue
Bent yomr name and P. O. address and we
will mail one or both, as desired, free of all
, Lewis & Staver Co..
first and Taylor Bts. PORTLAND, OS.
Chamber of Commerce,
Agents wanted In every town.
J. BO HF EN, Coast Acent, Front
Will -Ul 1 1 UM1JLIU''- I;
Vrite for a Catalogue, stating what you vrant to buy.
Addm. BENECIA AGRICULTURAL
A Ferry Tail.
On the boat between Locust Point
and Fells Point he found a large .roll
"Ah 1" he smiled, "my good ferry
has arrived at last !"
Stona fte Couffh and
Work Off tho Cold.
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets eure a cold in
one day. .No cure, No Pay. Price 25 cents.
. 2-. .
A Rerson. for Everything.
Alice Did you notice that
Skynflint only put a nickel in
contribution box? '
Gladys Yes, the Lord loves a
cheerful giver, so Skynflint is afraid
to toss off a whole dollar.
Tlte Best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic It is simply iron and quinine in
a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. Price 50c.
''Miss Vinagaree, they don't haze
the freshies at Vassar college, do
'"Don't they, though? They made
me buy pound after pound of almond
buttercups and stand and watch them
while they ate them.'.
EITQ Permanently Cured. No fits or nerrousnea
si I V afterflrstiay'SHeofTr.KliBe'sGreatNery
Restorer. Send for FKB K $2.00 trial bottle and treat
iss. Ja.B.ll.n.LiNE,Ltd.,Kii Arcn3L,riiuaaeipnia,ra,
you hear about their preach
ing sermons on Sunday trains?'
Yes, but how would they go about
"First collect all tho passengers in
the sleepers, of course."
Stats of Ohio, Crrr of Toledo, i
L.UCAS VOUNTY. )
Frank J. Chenry makes oath that he Is the
senior parter of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co.,
doing business in the City of Toledo, County
and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pair
the sum ol ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cube.
IKABK J. VnliSlSf
Sworn to before me and subscribed in mv
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886.
iMf- V - A.AV.GLEASON,
C . Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts
directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of
tbe system. Send for testimonials, free.
- F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Fills are the best.
First Shirt. Waist . Man
goes Mr. Schermerhorn in
nhirt waist. -
Second Shirt Waist Man That's
no new shirt waist. That's one of
his last year's shirt waists ; see how
large the sleeves are?
Only Safe Medicine for Children.
The tender little insides of children are ruin
ed by violent purges, pills or liquids. Cascar
ets a'-e pleaent,harmless, effective. Druggists,
IOC, SoC, MIC
An Unjust Epithet
Hungry Higgins Wot do you
think? A woman called me a ani
mated scarecrow this mornin.
Weary Watkins I've knowed you
since the early '80s, but I never seen
no animation about you yet.
Sure relief fi om liquor, opium and tobacco
habitf . Send for particular to
Moved to 20 Williams
Ave., Kast Side.
JOHN POOLE, Portland, Oregon,
Foot of Morrison Street.
Can give yon the best bargains in
Buggies, Plows, Boilers and Engines,
Windmills and Pumps and General
Machinery. See us before buying. .
Tri ciSWHtHE ALL f AILS. t
J Beat Cough Syrun. Tastes Good. Taa I. 1
F .3 In time. Sold by druggists. f 1
With one Lever Raising and Lowering Device.
Concave Drive Wheel
J. A. FREEMAN, Gen'l Agt.
Complete Stock of Water A. Wood Extras.
Secures patents for Inventions
In the United States and foreign
countries. Also negotiates mar
kets and defends -patent inven
No better terms or facilities
than we offer obtainable any
where. Payment of our fees
may be deferred till patent is
allowed. Write for pamphlet.
The Perfection of Wall Plaster, Is a sure preventative
against damp walls. '
By using it you can increase thl yield of both
Grain and Grass. '
THE ADAMANT OO.,
Foot of 14th Street, Portland. Ormgon,
DDI1CCI AM Kills XJc on Poultry. Toe
mUOOIHIl psslnt the perches, tha
1 fC Kll I ETD fumes kill the Ilea. Bens
UWL L I L f& n feed 11c and feed
you. Price, 50c and S1.O0 St can. Bold by dealers.
P2USSI AH REMEDY CO., St. Panl, Minn.
Gentlemen: I am a breeder of SrsMlaas SIl-Lace Wyandotte.
I won a can of yonr PRUSSIAN LIQUID LICK KILLER as a special
premium st the St. Panl Poultry Show of 1M0, and And It Is I1
right. There are several here that want a rellahle lice killer, and
Tours Js all right. WM. M 8WAGQERT, Wayiata. Minn.
J. B MaLONE, of Adel. Ho . says the PRUSSIAS LICE KILLER
Is Just the thin? f or lice on hoes, and is worth flye times its cose .-.
tf . tfowen, ivoaac Agent, rorusno, uro.
and Taylor Bts.. Portland, Oregon. .
Mention this Paper.
Dowaglmo Grain Orllla,
Road Carta, Hay Proaaaa,
Summer F alotr Wmmdara, ate., oto.
! v Xr THE ORIGINAL ',
'BLACK OR YELLOW
WILL KEEP YOU DRY
NOTHING ELSE WILL
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTES
f ATA1 OfiUES FREE
5H0WW6 fULL LINE Of fiARMENTJ AND RATI'
A.J.TOWEK C0..P03TON. HAjj.
A tape worm eighteeu feet long at
least came on the scene after hit taking two
CASCARETS. This 1 am sure has caused my
bad health for the past three yeurs. 1 am still
taking Cascarets, the only cathartic worthy of
notice by. sensible people.'
: GEO. nr. Bowi es. Dalrd, Ml S3.
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good, lw
Good. Never Sicken. WeakeiiZor Gripe. 10c. &c.50c.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Mrlias Mmmmit C.mtJ, Cfctos, Halml, Emm Ink. 513
Hfl TA Dlft Sold and ennranteed Ity all drnic
RU'lW'BilW gists to 4-1) SLK 'I'obaeno Habit
Roller Bearing Header
Is the best in the world. It has no equal in
: AMD SIMPLICITY.
It has been tested in all harvest fields. In
rase of handling, steering, strength, and light
ness of draft, it is without a peer. It runa
light, tn fact runs lighter with four horses than
any other header with six.
Call on the nearest McCormick Agent, or
address . '
A. H. BOYLAM. Gen'l Agent,
Opens for season June 23, 1901.
Col. J. F. Harvey, Man seer
THE "MONTERKY" OP OREGON.
Most beautiful and perfectly equipped sum
mer resort. Every convenience and comfort.
Free bus from hotel to surf. Bathing, hshing,
dancing, bowling. A splendid hotel with
lovely surroundings. Under new management
this year. For ratts and reservations address
,- ' HOTEL FLAVEL, narol, Ora.
Or J. Lm MITCHELL,
BIB Marovam Bldg., Portland, Orm.
is best time to euro Catarrh,
Beonchitis and Consumption.
Our remedy is guaranteed, L
r. u. box vis.
W. H. Vm I CO., Buffalo, N. Y.
X. F. M. V.
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