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D ALLA S O R EG O N FEBRU AR Y 20 1903
VOL. X X iX .
I,. N. WOODS, M. Ü.
HUMOR O F T H E HOUR
Physician and Surgeon.
O i»r M e r i t o f G o lf .
Dulin«, t »remili.
D A LLA S,
O H E G O fc
U tic a o v e r b a n k .
I K. 81 MUHT,
H. Ü, E akim
S I B L Ë Y
A E A K I N ,
V tto r n e .V s -ii t - 1 « u w .
»ve the only »et of »bstrart book» ill Polk
Keliable *o»tnu-U furu»lie(i. *nd ui«»ney to
No i:oiami»»ioi» ehurged on loa.»«. Koom» 2
I J *V il »on'» block, Dallo»
L. C O L L IN S .
,iey and Counselor at Law,
« o l l r l t o r i n I ’h a i i m f .
i hi practice of hi» profession in this place
Iiirty year», and will attend to all buaineaa
I to Ids care. Office, corner Main and Court
is. Pol k Co, Or
H T owrkknd
J N. Hum
rovV NS EN D *
“Vt»s. air.” exclaimed the enthusiast;
” 40 11 is the beat ever. It has u disliuci
domestic value that Is not generally
appreciated. We will suppose; for ex
ample, that a man has been celebrat
ing a Utile too much and he wishes to
round up a Ad go home. Well, as a pre
liminary he goes to the golf links to
get the exercise. You will readily ap-
predate that there are occasions when
exercise hus a distinct and almost im
mediate value. Now, In practice golf
works out on the theory that the more
exercise a man needs in these circum
stances the more he gets. The more
uncertain he Is In his drives the more
wniklng he has to do, and the effect lx
decidedly beneficial. Of course them
may still be a little something notlce-
f.ble about him when he gels home, but
it !s naturally attributed to the Scotch
highball he tcok because of his weari
ness at the conclusion of the round.
Oh, golf Is surely a great game!”—Hid
T h e W la a r d .
H e c a n ’t g o fo r th an d ¡;a y lo m en ,
‘Y ou s h a ll do l h a t o r t h i s ."
H.*i c ,? .T t w ith o n s s t r o k e o f q pen
q R o v E ’S
I nee ipnUir« in Odd Fellows’ new
O R E G O N .
^ V L L A 8 ,
Olfice up Hi.lira iii (Janipl)' 11’ « build
F ic tio n .
S tre e t
A S p o r tin g
Illu s tr a te d .
Ç v ir e [> o
every »M.itle in a 10
k .i g e «»: U r o v i - ’s
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H en son
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L IV E R TIL L S.
B a n k n o te s.
"Claiming a fowl.”
CURES A COLD IN ONE DAY
CURES ORIP IN TWO DAYS
MOTOR TIME TABLE.
rranancfri a general banking nusi-
ic«8 in all it« branches; liny« and sell?
lAcImnge on principal points in ilie
United S tates; makes collections on all
.ioinU in the Pacific Northwest; loans
noney and discounts paper at the best
stes; allow interest on time deposits.
1 ' « « a ir D R .
IO R D A N ’S
M U S E O OF ANATOMY*
Mil I HTCTfcT., Ill FItKIXI», CIL. (
__Thn ! I (c« a r Anatom ical M u tc u » I» tb c i
*ki)cs e« i-r any (• n ira cré rt \
U » a l r r « * r « r l try th e o ld e tt «
th e C oast
E st t6 y « * rs .
0 . JO 1DAN —DISEASES OF MEN 4
■ V S C I L i e tknrnuv'hly e rs tîle tte d i
out *?*»«■> wit hunt th e u»« o l
T rsswss fitted by an Fa pert.
for Plica. Flsenrs and t
s a l c o ire i fo r h s g t a r r . a quack and \
r i d a l a » , by D r. J o r d a n ’s special pain
la w a w ih o d v
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t e l » r her Letter
A /Vs.-iirr 'V r * m e v e ry c a sa I
jt-aa -u«-. Write frw n>ok l*U u iso ph y of 1
1 'U n a u a c . U a ILBD MkL ' A valuah’ book I
W a ^ e i ) Call e r wn«e
Oil JORDAN A CO . 10S1
S t. • F
J. W. MORRISON,
D a lla s :
O re p o n
A fair Khar, of patron**« solicited
• nd all n-ders promptly filled.
IRON WORK TO ORDER
Repairing Promptly Done.
Uri c s o
Uric acid solvent for the uric acid condition
Uricsol Is recommended and
guaranteed to cure rheumatism
and other diseasesresultingfrom
an excess of uric acid in the
system. In order to cure rheu
matism, it is necessary to dis
solve and eliminate the excess
of uric acid in the system and
until this is done, rheumatism
cannot be cured.
Besides being a solvent of
the uric acid. Uricsol eliminates
the acid frbm the system, tones
up the digestion, stimulates the
Intestinal glands and does not
Injure any part of the body.
Uricsol Is particularly useful
In cases of long standing and
chronic rheumatism, because
the patient can take It without
any injurious effects.
H o w U r i c s o l C u r e s It.
Uric»ol neutralizes the uric acid con
without over atimulating the
kidneys— this is the secret o f it» success.
It does not disturb the digestive pro
cess, it controls the action o f the heart
causing any exhaustion; in reducing
the pulse it does not cause any nausea
or other disagreeable action.
not impair the quality o f the blood; in
other words, it does not impair the
constructive energies o f the system.
It produces a mild physiological stimu
lation o f the intestinal glands.
Uricsol is the only cure for rheu
matism that will not injure the stomach
or any other part o f the system.
U r ic so l . C hemical C o ..
Lo» Angeles. C al..
CFNTl.rvnN- I Jeslre to express my sincere appreciation o# your rheumatism cure,
vir: ** U ricsol." After i r years of constant ifllctlon and often helpless with swollen hanas
a n J f ’ ft. I used six bott‘es of the medicine a n l now. after two years of release, gratefully
ackn-.w • jg e It's permanent benefit.
M r s . M a »> F. H a RTWELL,
• W iTth S t., Los Angeles. Cel.
Uricsol will be sent to any address In the U. S .. prepaid, upon
receipt of $1.00, providing your druggists cannot supply you.
U R IC S O L
— ALL K IN D S O F—
I ojt 4 S t A t l a n t a , G a .
tion, ana wooden bowls could conceal
the glass dishes in which flowers are
C le a r
C O N V E N IE N C E .
W o rk in g ; B ra in a n d
Y o n C a n D o W i t h It.
The most practical convenience in the
household is u good, clear brain that
can plan work and execute it with the
least labor and fewest steps. Many
women go about their work without a
plan and seem to think of but one or
two things at a time, and this is more
noticeable in the kitchen and dining
room. There is where thousands of
steps are daily taken, amounting to
miles of travel at the best, but many
a mile of needless travel Just for want
of plan and thought that should pre
Are you going up stairs with just
one thing? There may be others that
need to be taken up. or, iu coming
down, more than one tiling to bring
down. Are you setting the table? Take
as many dishes at one visit to the china
closet as possible on a tray or in the
hands, having the things most needed
nearest the hand, and in putting the
dishes away make as few* trips as you
If you go to the cellar for dinner sup
plies, bring iu a pan or a basket all
you need. If you are about to bake,
get everything together or have things
so handy that you need only to reach
out or turn around to get what you
need. Make one dish and spoon use
ful for several things without washing
If you have much to cook.
Have plenty of wood, coal and hot
and cold water at hand before you
begin to cook. It will save hands and
aprons to have plenty of holders and
F n n h lo n .
Fashion was (lie old name for n cer small towels to use about the stove.
tain disease of the horse. It Is alluded j
to in "The Taming of the Shrew,” |
where Petrucliio’s horse is said to be
“Infected with tlie fashions.” The com- j
Many a garrison has been forced to
plaint Is n common one now, but not
ive up the light and hang out the wnite-
ag of surrender, when lark of food has
weakened the men past all power to
continue the struggle.
PH |»er S l i p p e r » .
Many a man is
In many hotels in Europe the guests
are provided with slippers. The soles
out of business.
are of pasteboard and the rest brown
His digestion is
paper. New ones are furnished to each
H i s
fo o d does not
nourish him, and
H a m p to n I n a t l t a t e .
fo r l ack <
In the Hampton institute palm leaf
hats and new styles of baskets are
made by the students, also rugs, and strength to r-irry on
the girls use pure vegetable dyes of the struggle, lie turns
his store over to an
their own manufacture Instead of the other.
aniline coiois to l>e found iu the mar
I)r. Pierce’s Golden
Medical D i s c o v e r y
cures disea :es of the
A T o i i k I i Old IlMt.
stomach and other or
A bnt was found torpid, but alive, In gans of digestion and
u vault at Yattubury church, ('«Inc, nutrition. It restores
England, recently v.Ulch had been strength to weak. nerv
ciow-d and Willed UXi years previously. ous, run-down men and
The first European bank, founded at
Barcelona In 1401, issued no bank
Room 3, Wemhard building
notes. The first ones circulated In Eu
C o u rte s y .
I’ll 5 cent T»a kayc is enough f»»r usual occasions, j “I suppose you will bow* to the will , rope were from the Bank of Stockholm
Upp site Courthouse.
Lie family bottle, «•> cents, contain» a supply for a
of the people?” said the friend.
> at AL diuikgiHts sell them.
"Of course I will,” answered Senator
Laud title»* and land office busiii«*-
P a le s t i n e .
Sorghum. " I ’ll bow and take off my |
Palestine is a small country, not more
hat all they want me to. As long as
there*s no chance of their having their than 150 miles in length from Dan to
Lx It giwier Oregon City land office.
own way it's as little as 1 can do to by Beersheba, mid an average breadth of
not more than fifty miles. The area of
polite.”— Washington. Star.
all Syria, including Palestine, is official
V. Vi • M A R T I N ,
ly calculated at 108,000 square miles,
C o u l d n 't A ff o r d I t .
[* A I N T E R ,
Th^ man whom the court had ordered and the population is between 3,000,000
to pay his divorced wife an allowance and 3,500,000.
sign and ornam ental, grain-
o ' $2'> a week protested against the se
M ilk r o u o .
verity of the decree.
kal«otiiiiig and paper hanging.
When you milk a cow and fatten her
“Your honor.” ho said, with deep feel-
"it will take nearly every cent of for the block at the same time, you will
u.y present wife's salary to pay it.”— succeed in making the toughest beef.
We do not know why this is so, but it’s
a fact. Just the same,- says the Scottish-
A “ L t jg h t H e a d e d " J o k e .
“Marie and Adele dou’t speak any
U n e x p l o r e d A u s !r ::l l a .
i«eaves.Indei>endence for Monmouth and -Virile —
:30 a m
3:30 p in
Australia now contains more unex
T H IS SIG NA TO RY
Leaves Independnce for
Monmouth and Dallas-
l> :10a m
6 15 p m
"Marie spoke of Adele as being light plored territory In proportion to its size
Leav«» Monmouth for Airlie —
than any other continent.
headed, and Adele thought she was rs
.Ml a in
3.50 p m
Leave» Monmouth for Dallas—
firring to the peroxide she was using
1 20 a m
7:80 p m
P e r n ’» G u lil M in e » .
and cut Marie dead.”—New Yorker.
(«eaves Airlie for Monmouth an.I Independence—
The gold mines of Peru were so rich
*:00 a m
6 n in
(«eaves Dallas for Momuou: h an 1 Imie 'enden re —
that Atahu.illpa to buy his ransom
S tra te g y .
:00 p m
7 30 p m.
ON EVERY BOX OF THE GENUINE Mia. Homer—How do you muuuge to filled a room 22 by 17 feet lo a height
of nine feet with golden vessels. When
R. C. CRAVEN
» . E . WILLIAMS.
melted, they produced $15.480,710 of
( 'u i l i l e r .
g o l d . _________ _______
W. C. VASSALL, a s s is t a n t C a sh ie r
I n t h e R n n n i n « ;.
t h e o r c h e s t r a m a n a g e r s k ip p e d tfcr-
to w n
W ith t h e b o x re c e ip ts in h is hand
H o sa id , a s h e le ft th e p la y e rs beh in d ,
“ J ' c t ru n n in g to b e a t t h * hand!"
—B a lt im o r e A m e r ic a s
R-I-PA-N -S Tubules
A good prescription
BROW N 8 E L L IS .
S id e o f n W a ip e r .
Robert A. Miller,
A TTO RN EY-A T-LA W
get your carpels so clean? Do you hlro
u professional carpet beater?
Mrs. Neighbors—No: my husband
beats them, and 1 always do something:
to make him angry Just before he be
gins the job.—Chicago News.
“Don't you know Jones?”
“Then why did you cut him Just
“Because I know him.” — Brooklyn
Ç ^ n t s . . .
• l i t ,
E very item in our dry goods and
shoe departments at prices that
will be very satisfactory to our cus
tom ers. Do not miss this oppor
tunity. Com e at your earliest con-
ve ienee. W e expect to be very
busy and will likely not have time
to invite you again.
SI.M a bottle. All dregglsta.
<x3j\lo P a ÿ
Eliclo* (I with
W E SH ALL BEGIN ON
> C H R IST M A S DAY j*
I f your (im g ^ ist can n o t su p p ly you,
s e n a us one dollar and wo w ill e xp ress
you a b o ttle. He sure and g iv e th e nam e
o f your n earest express office. A d d ress,
J . C. A Y E R CO., Low ell, M ass.
— b i u b i i 'in mnm ■ mmmm
F e m in in e
A tto rn e y s -a t-L a w
W ill practice in nil courts.
C LEAR AN C E S A LE .
“George bet me a pair of gloves or
“Which way did you bet?”
“I really don't know. I Just kno*
that I get the gloves either way.”-
Cloveland Plain Dealer.
I bis m c«»rd <d inei -
it appeal tn you?
. . . 2 0
One thing is certain,—
Ayer’s iair Vigor makes
the hair groy. This is
because it is a hair food.
It feeds the hair and the
hair grows, that’s all there
is to it. It stops falling
of the hair, too, and al
ways restores color to
C ar Speed.
B U T L E R & L OAD
“ I had a very severe sickness
that took off all tny hair. 1 pur
chased a bottle of Ayer’s H air
Vigor and it brought all my hair
V . D. Q uinn, Marseilles, 111.
“By the way,” said the visitor,
“which of your writers do you consider
the best in fiction?”
“Well,” answered the head of the
great publishing house, "I believe that
gentleman over there at the desk 1*
our strongest fiction writer.”
“Ah! Who Is he?”
“He’s the man who writes the anec
dotes of unknown authors whose man
uscripts we hoc pt.”—iLdiannpolls Sun,
“Ever notice." asked the street car
philosopher, "how the speed of street
cars is regulated by our frame of
“In what way?”
“Notice how slow a street car la
when you are In a hurry to catch a
train and how fast it goes when you
run to catch it.”—Baltimore Herald.
M y Hair
H e c a n ’ t b y s a y in g " Y e s " o r “ Ns**
C a u s e Idle w h e e ls to tu r n ;
H e c a n n o t g iv e to m illio n s wo©
O r le ss e n t h e ir c o n c e r n .
H u t h e c a n tw in e tw o l i t t l e a r m s
A ro u n d m y n e c k , a m i 1
F o r g e t t h a t w e a lth p o s s e s s e s c h a rm
A n d . g la d d en e d , c e a s e to s ig h .
—C h ic a g o R e c o r d - H e r a k
TASTELESS CHILL TOKIO
A tto rn e v a t’ L a w .
n en u n u m o iia w o« o r out»»,
B tit h e c a n r e a c h w ith l i t t l e h a n d s
A n d s w e e tly s m ile a t m e.
A n d 1 fo r g e t t h a t s o rr o w s ta n d s
W h e r e g la d n e s s o u g h t to be.
ifsis i»t'»<»d I lie ten t n f 2 5 y e a r s .
u n til >al o » e r 1 .5 0 0 ,1 )0 0 b t t l e s .
OSCAR H A T T E R .
C H E M IC A L
C O .,
£ # « A n g o l a » , C a l.
R h e u m a tis m
T b **
M ilita r y
S a in t« .
It is 100 years since King Frederick
William III. of Prussia issued an order
forbidding officers and men to take off
their hats in saluting and ordering the
salute to be bringing the hand to the
level of the eyes.
L u in in oa »
ria n t*.
Several species of moss—a lily, a
poppy urid a nasturtium—are luminous
Anatrta T w l r e
The Austrian empire has been twice
bankrupt—once iu 1811, when she paid
5 shillings iu the pound, and again in
1814. when she paid 2 shillings iu the
F n n h lo n » In S l i v e r a n d J e w e l » .
M R S . L . S. ADAMS.
"Wine of Cardui is indeed a blessing
to tired women, having suffered for
seven years with weakness *»nd bear
ing-down pains, and having tried sev
eral doctors and different remedies
with no success, your Wine of Cardui
was the only thing which helped me,
and eventually cured me It seemed to
buil ! up the weak parts, strengthen
the system and correct irregularities.”
By “ tired women” Mrs. Adams
means nervous women who have
disordered menses, failing of the
womb, ovarian troubles or any of
these ailments that women have.
You can cure yourself at home with
this great women’s remedy, Wine
of Cardui. Wine of Cardui has
cured thousands of cases which
doctors have f ai led to benefit. Why
not begin to get well today? All
druggists have $1.00 bottles. For
any stomach, liver or bowel disor
der T b e d f o r d ’s Black-Draught
should be used.
roradvice end literature, Addrow, sHvlmr
tymptomi, Tap IAriii*«’ Advisory Depart
ment, The (ThttttlUIOOIC» Medicine Co..
La tear canes for men are square In
stead of round.
The revival of the cameo has brought
to life cameo portraiture.
Very neat are the new sets of six In
dividual soupspoons and a ladle, all in
colonial style and nicely cased.
Drawstring chain bags, large or small,
have much Increased their vogue.
Flat frames carry nearly everything
before them in chain purses and bags,
gilt and gold leading in favor.
Single strings of round beads for the
neck come In coral—white, pink or red
id sliver, gold, amber, turquoise, chrys-
oprase and artificial pearls.
The cigar piercer is a handy contriv
ance designed to till the same office as
the familiar cutter.
Feuther fans in the natural plumage
of the argils or golden pheasant are oue
of the novelties.—Elsie Bee In Jewelers’
W h y C o r n b r e a d I n ’t G o o d .
One reason, according to an ex
change. why city people do not eat
more corubread is because the good
cornbread cannot l>e made from the
commercial oornmeal. It Is overheat
ed in rapid grinding and is afterward
kiln dried to keep It from becoming
musty. From such meal good bread
cannot he made. Corn should be
ground slowly and not too finely, and It
should be eaten within a week after
grinding In summer or two weeks Iu
A n B nur a n d W h o l c a u a * D e s s e r t .
W IN E0PCARDUI
Mash them once or twice a week. As
iKwtus paper Is durable to use tn the
oven to protect food from burning.
Plan to sit down nil you can while at
work, for there are many things done
while standing that when sitting In a
chair of suitable height, with a rest
for the feet, would save many an ach
When Ironing It is a great relief to
sit down n part of the time at least
and get out of the habit of walking
to the clothes frames with each sepa
rate article Ironed. There are many
things that do not require any speciul
airing and may l>e put away at once.—
Blanch half a cup of rice. Then add
salt, a cup and a half of water and half
ii cup of milk, and cook in a double
boiler until the liquid Is absorbed and
the rice Is tender. Remove the rind of
four sw'eet oranges aud cut them In
slices. Boil together one cup of sugar
ORAXOB AUD RICE.
and one cup of water five or six min
utes or until a sirup of good weight
is obtained, then let cool. Dress the
slices of orange iu the center of the
dish, the hot rice in ■ wreath around
them. Pour the cold sirup over ths
F u r a W o o d e n W e d d ln a r .
whole, and serve at once.—Boston
Stationers now supply special paper
Cooking School Magamlns.
for Invitations for such an anniversary.
"A bou t t«Yi years «f^o I
Small wotslcii plates or strips of birch
h«jr«Yi to 1»»* afflicted ’.vith
S om e A n cie n t B a tte r .
bark could also be used. The newest
stom ach tr mbl<*, alao d iar
Edward Boen of Ray county, while
rh e a ." w r i t e » Mr W yyi .
W alter*, 'o f Antrim , Mo.
In tin howl of small wooden spoons. cleaning out an old well on« day re
" I n warm w eather it * rr w
wot »«, m itil it would throw
Ill such form It will l»e necessary to cently found a bucket of butter that
m e into a craYitniug chill.
deliver by special messenger, but this had been In It for fifteen years Mrs.
W a*trou bled %
o o fun that
I m m e tim n thought Ynjr
will not be difficult if the entertain Boen accidentally dropi>ed the bucket
end ha 1 come. Tried many
oue day, and It was never recovered.
ment Is limited to s filmier party.
rem edie*. but th< v gave
When taken out of the water. Mr.
OYily tem porary relief. In
November. i 8 qq , thought I
would try D*<tor Tierce’«
inexpensive ns well as unique, that Boen says, the Imtter was as well pre
served as the day It was dropped Into
G s M t i Medical ; dsssurry.
lend a rare charm to the appointments
I jjot «ix bottle« and Uxdc five in nuccmeion. then
the well. The Ray County Review
commemorative of this anniversary.
thought I would wait for a tim e aud take the
Touches for this story.—Kansas City
SYem ftm sd I had «yinptoms of the
trou ble co m i-if hack, »o took the sixth bottle
and it cured me. I have enjoyed th e he*t of Wiiodeiiwnre now on the market is the Htar.
health this «nm m er and the .-redk all >»e|oYi« Russinn lacquered, the decorations be
H l* h W a v r a .
to vonr Golden Medical Ig«eovery
The fog bell of the Bishop Rock
exp re*« my m *nv th an k s to Dr. Pierce for hi* ing In red and black.
rem edy for it did so much for me. Words c i r
aitfl trsys are the most common, but It light lions«*, off the Hcillyg. Is 145 feet
not t t j i r w t how severely I suffered.
" I f any douM th e ahove statem en t let them
may be pfjsstble to obtaiu plates. If above high water mark and weighs
add re»« me, am i I will take great pleasure In
not, however, the l>owl*aud trays could three hundredweight, yet it has twice
answ ering. *
l>r 1’ierre’» PI<'M«nt Pall«»» clrtnae »be he used as serviug dishes. Birch b a r k been carried away by waves.
could be usef^Jn rnauy ways as_decora*
bowel, *n>l Minaulete the liugj^iih