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L. N. WOODS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
THE HOME FURNISHER,
Furniture, Carpets, Stoves
T- V- B EM 3 REE, M 0
GREAT CARPET SALE.
Oltice over W ilsoi/s drug store.
J K. SlILBT,
H. C. K a A im .
S IB L E Y & E A K IN ,
.V U o r n e . V H - n t - I j I I W .
Wa have tlie only act of »h»tia<:l hooka in Folk
ounty. Relhsbk* aheCraute funiUliMi, anti m oney t<*
oan. No coinmiaaion charged on loan*. Kooim* Jt
lid 3 WHaon’i* block . I »alias
J. L. COLLINS.
attorney and Counselor at Law,
S o l i c i t o r in CkaM cnrjr.
lia s been in pra«:tice o f hi» |>roleeeioii in thin place
oi about thirty year», a.itl will attend t o all hueirt-ss
ntriwted to hi» are. Oltice, corn er Main anti Oouri
ts Dtlla*. t’otk C o, Or
J. II. T owns «Nil
J N. H aut
Our buyers have just returned from the east, having pur
chased the largest and prettiest stock of carpets and lino
leum ever brought to this coast. The colorings and pat
A T T O R N E Y S-A T -L A W .
terns are the prettiest ever shown. These prices are for
Oltice ipHtair« in Odd Fellow»’ new
carpets cut, sewed, and lined with best padded paper. Save
Send us a deposit and we
O B K O O N . money and send us your order.
will ship you the goods subject to examination, anddf sat
isfactory you can accept and pay for same.
Union ingrains, extra heavy, 25 cents.
A -tto rn e y -a t-L a w .
Wool ingrain, cotton chain, 40 cents.
A ll wool ingrain carpet, 50 cents.
Oltice up aliiira in Campbell’ s build-
Best grade all wool extra heavy ingrain, 65 cents.
Tapestry Brussels, 5 0c ;S m ith ’s Brussels, 60c.
D A LL A S
H iggiu’s Brussels, 75c; Hipgin’s Best Brussels, 85c.
¡Saxony Axminster, $ 1 ; Sm ith’s Royal velvet, $1.
N. L. Il UT LE R.
Floor oil cloth, 20 cents.
Window shades, 3x7, all colors, 35 cents.
D A LL A S, OREGON.
Lace curtains, beautiful patterns, 35c, 75c,
W ill practice in all onusta.
E Grade linoleum, 6 feet wide, 40 cents.
M A U T I N ,
D G ia d e linoleum, 12 feet wide, 6 0 cents.
Iillaid linoleum, $145.
I. G E V U R T Z , The Home Fur
P A I N T .I 0 K ,
nisher, 173, 175 First, A 219, 221, 228 Yam hill St., Portland
TOWNSEND A li vin',
House, sign ami orn am en tili grnin-
, > * pig.
in g, kalêonnng ami , pa(>or le.
D A I.I.A M,
J. PERRY CALDWELL
MOTOR TIME TABLE.
Lntve* Independenoe for M onm outh ami \ irlie —
130 a m
3:30 p ni
Lcave» Ind®|>endiiee for
MonnioUtli and Italia»
11:10 a ut
7:15 p in
L muv - s Mouinoiilh for Airtie -
7:ó0 a ili
s fio P m
L«aren Monmouth for PalLt»—
11:20 a in
7si» p in
L atte« \lrlie for Monmouth ami lndepe.id«nce—
9:00 j in
S p mi
Leaves Dallas for .'£ >mu u i‘. li an * Inde -e’.iJan te -
1:00 p in
8.30 p ut.
U. JC. WILLIAMS.
I. M. El l.IS.
D AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Buggies, wagons, binders, mowers, rakes, garden
cultivators, disc and spring harrows.
D A L L A S ,
O R E G O N .
Thurston Lumber Company
THURSTON BR O S., PR O P R ETORS. DALLAS, ODCCON.
— DBALKII8 IN AI.I, K IN O » o f '—
OF DALLAS, OREGON,
Transacts a general hanking ousi-
uesi* in all its branches; buys and sells
exchange on principal points in the
United States; makes collections on all
points in the Pacific Northwest; loans
money and discounts paper at the l>est
rates; allow interest o j i time deposits.
DR. JO R D A N ’S
onc . t
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY '
M tiu u m T .,u m ii(i> M .u L i
Tht L ir in t Anatnmical Muwui la th« i |
World. We«k»c>-c« or *i»jr oiwniltJ ’
d kt*K p «a l«i vs-ly rmrm-i i.jr the old«*! |
lp*c.«'i,t on the Coast £»«• j» years.
DR. JORDAN—R H E AS« OF MEN •
Botti rough and dressed material on hand and orders
any size promptly tilled.
-¿1T .S .X -».Tin , i . e
N O . 35.
gated our prices.
F. H. MUSCOTT,
D a lla s : O r e g o n
A fair rhsre of patronage solicited
■ nd all o ile r s prom ptly tilled.
---- AI.I. KIND*
not know that we are
ing furniture, carpets
wall paper cheaper than it
has ever been »old before.
Ask your neighl»ors about
Thev all trade here and save mousy.
o r ---
IRON WORK TO ORDER-
UPPER SALT CREEK SAW MILL
T » , Citric M S T h e i r P H i c C .
Kate—Minnie Is going to marry Fred
after all. She la aware that he drinks,
but she hopes to reform him.
Mill lient—Wbat. by marrying hlmf
Why. Isn’ t thrt likely to make him
M A R T IN BROS., PRO PR IETO RS.
All kinds of rough anti dressed lumber on hands or cut
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
F fe -t
Look at your tongue.
Is it coated P
Then you have a bad
taste in your mouth every
morning. Your appetite
is poor, and food dis
tresses you. You have
frequent headaches and
are often dizzy. Your
stomach is weak and
your bowels are always
Th ere’ s an old and re
liable cu re:
J to c lj.
Slab wood for cook stove« or harvest engines at 50 cents
icycles and Sundries
W e sell for cash or easy paymen ta
wo take your olil instrument
trade, we rent new machines, re
pair and clean inucninea and
sell good goods nl lowest possible
F. A . W IGGINS, Salem.
307 Commercial street.
T h e D ia s D o c t r in e .
The Mexican Herald says: “ The Diaz
doctrine, declared by President Diaz
some years ago. which met with re
sponsive eutlmsiasm in Batin America,
was. substantially, that not only
should Europe not be permitted to gain
another foothold on the territory of the
new world, but that gradually Europe
must withdraw from all Interference
and dominion in this hemispheiv Na
tions all over South America cordially
assented to the utterance o f the presi
dent o f Mexico, which was a distinct
advance on the Monroe doctrine. The
Mexican people by their splendid tradi
tions stand committed to the strongest
form o f the Monroe doctrine. In fact, to
thè Diaz doctrine. This nation has
sealed Its principles with its blood. And
all Latin America Is In sympathy with
EUREKA HARNESS O IL
M et H la M a tc h .
First Citizen—The census man was ^ \ [ , K M
on our block today.
Second Citizen— W a s your wife ont «
o f patience with the questions he ask
First Citizen—No; she asked him a
few, and we beard be had to go home
find go to bed.—Chicago Record.
T h e S ja m b o k .
A Cape Town correspondent o f the
Boston Transcript writes: “ We asked
one o f the white refugees how the na
tives were treated by the Boers, and
she said, ‘They were sjamboked, and
some have been thus whipped until
they died.' She said that many natives
were hired to work for a month, and
at the end o f It If they asked for money
they were sjamboked Instead of paid.
There must be Boers and Boers,
though they all undoubtedly use the
Sjambok upon the slightest occasion.
This weapon Is a long whip which will
snap like a piste! when brought dow’n
in an uplifted hand. It is made from
the hide o f the rhinoceros and |>olished
till It looks almost like amber. It Is
▼cry tough aud durable and Is used
upon animals and natives aud also up
on criminals In the Transvaal.**
TneTnetnty or perpetual m uting was
the undoubted attribute which distin
guished It from ull other kuowu varie
ties. But to make practical use of this
perpetuating feature it became Impera
tive to Join It to a lietter vegetative
growth aud oue carrying larger fruits
on longer stems.
Experiments of Abbe Thlvollet, con
ducted with great care, were ultimate
ly crowned with success, aud, through
fertilising his first Introduction with
pollen of Royal Sovereign, he produced
Don’t take a cathartic
a new plant to which he gave the name
dose and then stop. Bet
of St. Anthony o f I'ndun (St. Antolno
J de Padoue).
ter take a laxative dose
1 This strawberry may. lu fact. Ite call
each night, just enough to
| ed a really successful cross, Inasmuch
cause one good free move
us It takes from each of Its parents
ment the day following.
tlielr better qualities— from St. Jo
flow to Prepare Silt Codfish.
seph the remarkable fecundity: front
Gradually heat to billing point one
Royal Sovereign Its large sized fruits
pint o f salt codfish picked Into small
appetite, returns, your
of a beautiful red color, very Arm flesh, 1
pieces and covered with cold water;
dyspepsia is cured, your
colored right through and aromatic In
then drain. Melt one-tourth cupful of
flavor. Willie the fruit o f St. Authouy j
headaches pass away,
butter and cook in it oie-fourth cupful
of Padua has not fully attained tho
of flour until frothy. Then add grad
your tongue clears up,
size o f that of Royal Sovereign, It Is
ually one pint of rick milk, stirring
your liver acts well, and
nevertheless distinctly larger than that
constantly. Put In the fish and let
your bowels no longer
EVER BEARING STRAW BERRY o f St. Joseph.
stand over hot water 1) or 13 minutes.
give you trouble.
But It Is not these last qualities
Just U*fore serving stir In two slightly
A P r o m ia ia a r Y im v D e p n r t t ir e F o r t h e
alone which rank St. Anthony of Pa-
Prk*. 23 cent.. All «rn2,l.t>.
F r o it G ro w ers .
dun above St. Joseph. This latter forms
" I have taken A yer’* Pills for 30
The fascinating possibility of having low tufts of small, dull green leaves.
H o w to U a k e liu J d o e k .
years, and I consider them the l»est
made. One p ill does me more good
The fruits, plentiful, blit generally
Choose u m edh"° sized haddock.
than half a box o f any other kind I
seems to be brought into a reasonable small, are cariUed on short »terns,
have ever tried .”
Clean the fish ami rtpiove the eyes.
which have a tendency to collapse. In
M r». N. K. T a l b o t ,
Make a forcemeat yith two table-
March 30,1899. A rrington , Kans.
new ever bearing variety of this fruit. St. Anthony o f Padua, on the contrary,
spoonfuls o f bread thumbs, half an
The 8t. Joseph was the pioneer o f this we have a plant o f vigorous and up
ounce of butter a i»MW.*-very finely
valuable new feature In the strawberry right habit, with well developed leaves
A. A. A
chopped parsley, pepper and salt and
Industry. Not a great deal has hither o f a clear green, I csn glaucous and with
a little milk if ueeessar.v to moisten
to been said o f the St. Joseph except as less down than those o f St. Joseph.
the whole. Kill the tish with this, sew
SAUCES FOR MEATS.
It has been recommended to suhurban- The stems are carried well above tho
It up and truss securely in S shape.
foliage aud bear large fruits, well
l«’ lour the fish, brush it over with egg How to Muke Several Savory And
A pp etiiln g Varieties.
rounded to the tip nnd having yellow
and sprinkle with bread raspings. Bake
Mint Sauce.—Wash the leaves o f
and prominent seeds.
In a moderate oven for about half au
As to Its continuity of fruiting, tho
hour. Serve on a hot dish. Add a mint, dry them and chop them very
fact Is Incontestable. In the beginning
few’ drops o f lemon Juice to the gravy, Hue. Put them In a bowl. Add two
o f November, IStfll, 1 myself saw plants
and when very hot pour It round the teaspoonfuls of granulated sugar. Hub
well and then add four tablespoonfuls
still covered with fruit. They had en
of vinegar. Stir until the sugar Is dis
dured without Injury the extreme hent
and prolonged drought of the months
solved. Strain and serve.
H o tv to B a k e S h od llo e .
o f August nud September, when, on the
Mushroom Sauce.—Put one table-
Put shad roc iuto boiling water, add
other bund, St. Joseph absolutely stop
lug one teaspoonfui of vinegar and one 1 spoonful o f butter in a saucepan,
ped In Its growth and had not recom
teuspoonful of salt. Cook for 15 min browning lightly. Add one tablespoou-
menced flowering until after the first
utes. Pour off the water aud covor | ful o f flour, a teaspoonful of onion, one
STRAW BEltltY ST. ANTHONY.
with cold water. I^et stand several | |«ay leaf and half a pint of stock. Stir
The strawberry St. Anthony o f Pa
minutes. Itcst the roe in a buttered j constantly until boiling. Then cover Ite» for home gardens and private use.
pan with one-lialf pint of tomato and stand over hot water for ten min A resume by American Garden o f the dua presents qualities which must
sauce. Bake 15 minutes In a hot oven, utes. After straining add half a can ever bearing strawberry up to date make It more than a mero curiosity
basting often. Remove to a platter i>f mushrooms, half a tenspoonful of gives au Idea o f the Imimi-tani-e o f this
and pour around oue cupful of tomato ralt and a saltspoonful of pepper. Cov- "break" In n most popular branch of
i»r and let stand again over hot water fruit growing. It Included the latest
for ten minutes. Serve.
Information ou the subject, presented
How to H ake Tea.
I Tomato Sauce.—Mix one tablespoon
liy M. de Vllmorln In the Itevue Ilortl-
This rec1j*e Is giveu by his excellency ! fui 0f butter and one of flour In a cole, aud among Its Items are the fol
W o Ting Eang. Chinese minister to | saucepan. When smooth, add half a lowing:
Washington, who says that Americans J (>|nt Gf Ht rained tomatoes, a quarter o f a
The Improvement o f the large fruit
do not know liow to make tea
teiiHpoonful of celery teed and oue hay ed, ever bearing strawberry has en
“There are no bad tea«; some are leaf. Stir steadily until boiling; then tered upon a new phase. The nppear-
better than other». U»e green or black add half n teaspoon ful o f salt, a quar anee o f the Ht. Joseph greatly excited
H A B IT AND OliOWTH OF PLANTE
aa you see fit. Now place in a teapot ter o f a teaspoonfnl of paprika, strain the horticultural world not so much be-
for the amateur. It cannot be doubted
a sufficient quantity o f tea leave» and and serve.
| cause of the actual qualities o f the but that It will take It» place where
pour upon It hot water. Let this stand
Caper Sauce.—Mix two tablespoon ! plant, the Imperfection» o f which the crop» are grown for market, as al
for four or live minutes to alljw for fuls o f butter aud two o f Hour In a Introducer perfectly recognized, as
ready the Ault» have been well re
thorough Infusion, and then you have xmicepan. When atnootli, add one pint from the fact that It watt the represent
ceived there and at a time when It 1»
drink for the gods. That 1» all there j ,,f t(,e water 111 which the meat was ative of a new principle hitherto unsuc
generally lacking In large strawber
is to It. No ruin, no sugar, no lemon, boiled. Stir until it boils. Add one cessfully sought.______________________
no milk. Drink It warm, not hot.”
teuspoonful o f salt, a tablespoonful of
T o obtain this late production In the
capers, a quarter o f a tcaspoouful of
greatest abundance It will be advisa
f lo w , o C a r r y O r .t r r a .
popper and a few drops of onion Juice.
ble to »top fruiting In the months o f
Bread Sauce.—Cook a slice o f onion
Melt two ounces o f hotter In a sauce,
May an<l June by pinching out the
pan. blend with It a tablespoonfnl o f with a clove or two and half a ctip of
young flowering stems. Then, when
That’s the motto of many a woman’s
curry powder, a deaaartspootiful of fine bread crumbs from the center o f
the good old »Ingle crop varletlea have
flour and fry till browu »tlrrltir all the loaf In a pint o f milk an hour over life. She manages the hou.«e, receives doue their work, 8 t Anthony of Padua
the time. Add the liquor fr on a no of hot water. Remove the onion and friends, entertains company, with a moan may have Its turn and. If well cared
in the mouth which is stifled and a smile
oyster», a *qnec*'> of lera n Juice nod cloves, add two tablespoon fuls o f but on the face which is a mask to cover up for, will be productive until winter.
a litt!« milk. Stir .h-. toe. ntdle It ter and a scant half teaspoonful of salt.
bolla up. 8«t the o r » '1 In t and let
tho*e who note the i
N lg n o ic t t c .
them slowly hen ; thh n .
" c with
H o w to Y r r C h i c k .o .
dark ringed eyes, | The soli beat suited for mignonette la
a border o f b ol'.d rice
Clean and Joint the birds and soak
a rather heavy loam, with one-flfth of
• the lips, the occa- well rotted manure added. Mix well
them lu salt anil water for two hours.
H o w to M alto M o l o .s o « C o o k lo s .
together and, If practical, uae solid
One cup of molasse», a half cup of Put Into the frying pan equal parts of
the cheek, know
bed», or. If benches are used, there
sugar, a cup o f sour milk, t cup o f lard lard and butter, enough to cover the
the real s t o r y .
Such women are imi«t be at least six Inches o f soil on
(or butter nud lard mltedi. two even chicken as It cooks. Roll eachiplece In
f among the most them. Sow the seeds either the laat
teaspoonfuls of soda, any preferred t»eaten egg and cracker crumbs and
grateful for the week in July or the 1st o f August.
These cookies are nice and drop Into the boiling fat. Fry brown
cures performed Now In rows 18 Inches apart, and when
moiKt after keeping shut lu a Jar or any on both sides and serve on a platter
by the use of Dr. the seedlings are large enough to ban-;
dosed dirli. Cold water can bo used In garnished with parsley. Pour moat of
’terce’s Favorite die thin them out. leaving one plant
place o f sour milk with good results,
the remainder with flour after adding
but will not be so moist
Nile and not to every 10 or 12 Inches.—Florists’ Ex-j
to It a cupful of boiling water or milk
uifer is something change.
anil serve lu a gravy boat.
wonderful to them.
“ Are yon going away anywhere this
from female weak-
n e s s , inflamma summer?”
V o P lot.
“ No. The people next door who have
tion, ulceration or
The Ilasb Fed Philosopher There’»
the drain» that so seven children have decided to do so.”
Why You Should huist on Having
no plot to the landlady'» »oap«.
weaken the body, —Chicago Times-Herald.
The IVrt Clerk—No plot?
may tike * Favor
The IInah Fed Philosopher— Nope. If
ite Prescription ”
P ro te cte d .
Unequalea by a n y other.
with almost abso
there tvaa. by and by the soup might
“ Have you mnple police protection
Renders hara leather soft.
lute certainty of
cure. It’ s sure to Iu your neighborhood?”
“ Yes, Indeed. Our cook Is the most
Keeps out water.
help. It’ s almost sure to heal, it h.ui
A h e a v y bodied oil.
cured ninety-ei^ht per cent, of thoee popular one for blocks.” — Philadelphia
Father—My non. you ought to be who » gave i it a fair anu faithful trial.
married nnd settled by this time.
M r«. H. A. AUbrook, o f AuMin, Lonoke Co.,
Aa» That W as All.
Adult H on-W ell. I’ m not married, A r k ., w rttr* L*1 After nve mouth* o f «real *uf-
A n excellent preservative.
Arrinr with female weak nee» I write th i« for the
Asklt— Why do you call Miss Vogner
edures coat o f you- líame**.
but I proponed to Mia» Flirte laat benefit
o f other «offerer» from the «ante -aftlic-
ever burn« tbe leather ; it»
night, and »he acttled m e.-N ew York tion I doctored with our family phynician an admirable musician when she plays
without any good remilt«, no m y hu«bnmf urged
Efficiency is increased.
but one piece?
me to try fir. Pierre’« medicine«' which I did,
Secures beat service.
T hat's why.—Baltimore Amer
with wot drrfwl results. I am oomj»letely cured
Stitches kept from breaking.
T h t M o d e r n fintini«.
I took four bottles o f Dr Pierce’» Favorite Pre-
Young A etn ia I expect to* rise to aerintton. four o f h i« ’ Gulden Medical D h c w
fr y and two vials o f hi» * Pfeanant Pettet#.' *
F laaaH al Pleasantry.
Ip-eatncaa In the futnre.
Is sold in all
Sick women are invited to consult Dr.
MD*Te, lend me a dollar.”
Manager—The future, my dear? It
Piercs by letter fr e t. All corrc*t*ond-
” 1 can’ t do It, Billy, but I can leod
lan’t your future that make» yon great
Address Dr. R. V. yon that dollar you already owe me
r é O U Ci
I f f your p e a t-D e tro it Free Pre—.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
another week.” —Chicago Record.
Repairing l ’ romptly Done.
* = ■
S u m m e r R esort?.
T o tl»e mountains
people in in* !
creating numbers yetkly
for those j
day» of relaxation anlJifecroHtioii nee- j
e»sary to maintain the liumau nut*
chine in fair working condition. The
languorous »loth o f tie, ^seashore prov-1
ee very »eductive wliile it lasts. but |
many have decided/ that the annual I
outing should provitp not only radical !
change of air and niTSttmfing», but 1
h I ho auch h *iiii'i)»
gm g • • - •-
gie« a» will provide
¡wn ami v ig o r 1
for the rtturr. to Ub«K For Hus they
u r g e the
ntt* fu rn h le
I he balsam of the *w * i i.> pine» and
the clear uundulUr.tud in 'n Latin air.
In thi» direction the Nhastu ^ute n* w
afford» a w cait:>■ f at.t radio»*. The-:
entire line of road from Aehbind to ;
Jicddiug i» »ttidded with clsrin in g j
and accessible hotel» «ad camps, where
are cheer and comfort and hetsiug at I
reasonable coat, where you can h u n t,1
hall, ride, loaf, or play with equal fac
ilitv. Or if you look for healing wa
ter*, none better c.m be found, hot or
cold, than the spring» at-A»hland, Co- ,
le&tin, Auderton, liaiTleit, Byron and j
l*aao Kohler Before riidtlng Europe,
the people of the not i nvest sh oo’ d see
the glories of Yo&emiu* valley, and the j
wondrous groves of Mariposa and j
Calaveras; the Pminins are likely to |
make inquiries concerning these at-i
tractive resorts. Studio O. H. Mark
ham, general passenger agent, Port
land, for new booklet* on Castle Crag.
Shasta springs, McCloud river, Y o
Semite and excursion ates thereto.
Smile and Suffer.
But yon have not investi
ED. BID D LE .
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VO L. X X V I.