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L. N. WOODS, M. 1).
SHE COULDN’T SAY IT
Physician and Surgeon,
D h II«*. Oregon.
3 M 33 ££,
Uniford wns but forty, nnd yet be
bad made u fortune on the stage. It
bad been a bard struggle for the brat
ten years, but very easy during the
' -wertholess be bad so often
looked forward to a clay of rest that
now he was Indepeudi ut be resolved
To his surprise bis wife did not share
in his enthusiasm over bis prospect of
“ Y.'oat does this menu. Ida?” b*
»¿•Id. *"or yrnrs you have been fear-
in 1 would break d*.. *vn from over
work. a ad now that 1 propose to retire
you are dissatisfied. How e'er, youi-
p 1 st i'ii: oumgemeut and ; dvice have
be n itx» much to me to warrant my
s i;*! 1 ting your opinion. Give me yout
reasons and if they are convincing i
will remain in harness."
Hut the poor woman could not give
her reasons. They were only in bei
feelings, intuitions, the germs of rea
ls ms. So she made no .reply, and tin
- a B iit f O N
Ulfi « over batik
D i . E . J . H 3 N A ;*D
Physician and Surgeon
D A L L A S . O rtE C O N
Offl ••• in l ' , •«*' building.
J K HthLKT,
»* '• r *k,,‘
S IB L B Y
A B A K IN ,
A I t o r n e . y s - « i t - I * ¿1
•V.) 1 n’4 H im only set of *»>4tru. t t»*oks in Folk
(uiiahk* AiHtlrMiU furn.»l»cd. and umiiuy
11 . N .....win Union charged on
1-1 3 W 1 Ison’» block. Dalian
J. L. COLLINS,
great actor, after a dozen or more'fare
wells, gave up libs profession. Lone
Island is a favorite place for actors
country houses, to which they go foi
rest in tlie summer, when most of the
theaters are closed, and the pair boughl
a choice spot there overlooking tlie
veean and built an artistic residence
Here they lived happily from May tii
November, then went to the city foi
the winter. For two or three yean
Halford enjoyed ids rest thoroughly
He did absolutely nothing. Thou he
began to read. There were thousands
of books of which he hud never seen
the lud.de. and it Manned to 1dm that
he had found paradise. H alf a doze*-
yeurs were spent In this pastime, with
occasional trips to tlie south in winter
Then, haring exhausted those subjec-s
In which lie naturally took an interest
he concluded to make a tour of tin
world. His travels kept him amused
for several years longer; then, return
ing to his country scat, he settled down
once more to a quiet life.
It was then that ids wife first began
to see signs of dissatisfai ion. lie had
resolutely kept away from the theater,
fearing that its ip flue 11 <i* uj.ioji hiiji
niorney and Counselor at Law.
solicitor in CiiNncrry»
J. N. i l A u r
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W .
Room 1, Ostlehl building.
A t t o r n e y » t*D a w .
The Bwdy-togttve Cenel
p le a s e s
K t - OOAI>
everyb od y
BUTLEB A ( ’OAD
B L A C K BOOT
A tto r n e y s -a t-L a w
A tto rn e y -a t-L a w
MOTOR TIME TABLE.
i 4 »
R. E. w i l l i a m s .
1 a sh ler.
w . C . V A S S A L L , a s s is t a n t C a s h ie r
C IT Y
ITansacts a general banking otisi
ucss in all its branches; buy« ami 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 best
rates; allow interest on time deposits.
v is it
D R . J O R D A N ’ S a n i»T l'
W t ir r e
c o a / lu ft
I- known os the place where tl»«> best, good* are
money. Up to dale shop keep ng is our aim.
*»•» i»py #
go lucky, win or lose m« tbods do not go here. There is loo 1 much
at stake. W e are building husims* oat of mate; ial that w ill last
R. C. CRAVEN
STO R E
©Î * i 1C JÌ.Ì8 ’ C
ty g r e i^
Leaven Independence for Monmouth and \irlio -
, :30 a in
8:80 p m
Leaves Indepsndnoe for
Monmouth and L»alU»-
11:10 a m
6 16 p in
Leav« s Monmouth for Airlle
.SO a m
3:50 P m
Leave« Monmouth for Dallas—
I t : 20 a tn
7:30 p m
Leaves \irlio for Monmouth and Independence—
9:Oo a m
3 P ,n
Leaves Dallas for Monmoui Ii an 1 ln.ie endonce—•
1:00 p m
7.30 p m .
CURES A COLD IN ONE DAY
CURES GRiP IN TWO SAYS
W - ll
Kuom 2 Osfielil building.
H O N E S T P R IC E S
H O N E S T S E R V IC E
S a t is f a c t io n ill every irintancc « r mo iev refunded. 8 ti~f?»ction ^
in celling . hat you Want. W o fill the truth about our good a
will iM-fund your money. If your pnrchai-e at Saleu,'» b o a th to ic i^
doe» not p’ ove eut-ir« ly «ati^fnotory, a cluince to make ii ri» lit is
Nothing is any botlior to us if it rcsultM in
S A T IS F A C T IO N .
j Mail Orders Will Recbive Prompt Attention
f ; * # % % * # % % $ *
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY '
iN in u n n .,u in iic M i,c iL . i
Anatomical M u n u m In the i )
W o r(4 . V lc jltn e*
«•» *'>y c .ntracttrt ’
tfiteave a a e H l r e l y r a r * l t>jr the o ld e n
Specialist on the Cease Eat jA years.
B IC Y C L E S
R E P A IR IN G
A N D S U N D R IE S
OR. JORDAN —DISEASES OF MEN
■ V H H I I . I « * thoroughly eradicated
from system without th e U-* o f M e r e e r y
T r a n « « fitted h y an F tp e rt.
•>, I r « r s for R e y l e r c . A <|«ick and
dical cure for ■ »lle-n . P l e e m r * and
f a t a l * * . : y Dr Jordan's special pein-
I I ^C on eu 'ration i r r « and rtriM lypH eata
or b y letter
in eeerv case
i e a d «r i*> e n . W r ite for B "o e l , * * l * . 0 * t f f H * * l f a f
1 A t A t l H I A U K . M A U ttD F K k S . ( A value)-’ » book
* t men 1 Call nr
joro » n »
S p a u ld in g ’s
A th le tic C o o d s
- Lee Smith's Cyclery
CO . 10»! M.rSnSt.» *.
Get your old
and cleaned up—
Enamel b ked on
bike at factory.
T IM E T A B L E
CORVALLIS MAIL— D AILY
7.80 a tn L » ................Poitknt!................Ar 5:60 p tn
10 4 5 a m L v .................Derry.................. Lv 2;18 p m
11:45pm A r ........
At AlKanv and C<*rvalll9 connect with trains of
Oregon Central and Eastern railroad.
DALLAS FAOBEIfOER-DAILY, EX SUNDAY
.. Portia m l...
ArlO 20 am !
.L r 7 .-U 0
:00 p m Lv
: 2 U p m A r
YAM HILL DIVISION:
PasMnirer depot foot of J iTemon atreet
A IR:.IK K R K lG lfT -T R I WEEKLY
Leave 7:40 a m
Portland...........A rriv e 8:82 p m
Lea c 8^0 pm
Dai'as.......... Arrive 8:20 a m
A rrive 6:06 p m
Airlia ............I*ea»a 7 0 0 a m
J* Van Orsdel, Hayes £k Co.,$
REAL E S TA TE D EALERS
FAR M S A N D C IT Y L O T S
— A LL KIND S OF—
IRON WORK TO ORDER
Repairing Promptly Done.
L IV E R P IL L S .
The 5 cent package is enough for usual occasion».
The family bottle, «50 cents, contains a supply for a
year. All druggists sell them.
W e L lk . It.
“ We t im 'Foroe’ at home and like
“ II. R. S aüwdms ."
J. H. T O W N S E N D
Purchasing agent for W C. McClure, of Saginaw. Jj
F Michigan, and other eastern timber dealers. Ho<>m 2
5 1, up stairs, Wilson building.
^ 4 4 '4 '4 - 4 » '4 '4 - 4 4 4 »
m in t
fj Sick stock or poultry
u eat cheap stock f«x)«i any m oio t
B sick persons should expect ii
1! cored b v food. W hen your si
1 and poultry are nick givefthem r
| icine. Pon t stuff: them with worth-
|g less ptock foods. Unload the bowels
p and btir up the torpid Ii • r and
ial will bo cured, if i
ble to cure it. Black-Draught Stock
and Poultry Medicine unloads the
i bowels and stirs up the torpid liver.
1 It cures every malady of stock if
taken in time. Secure a 25-cent con
of Black-Draught Stock and Poultry
Medicine and it will pay for itself ten
time 80 ver. Horses work better. Cows
give more milk. Hogs gain flesh.
And hens lay more eggs. Jt solves the
problem of making as much blood,
flesh and energy as possible out of
j the smallest amount of food con-
1 sumed. Buy a can from your dealer.
A good prescription
W ill practice in all
£ u re t> o
o < j n °
V. L. B I 1 TI.KR
to M a k e P e a c h C o b b le r .
Peach cobbler may be made with
canned peaches, especially those made
at home in rather heavy sirup. Line a
deep dish with pastry half an Inch
thick and slice into the dish the
peaches, sweetened, and flavor to taste.
. . . 5 0
C ? n t s ...
Cover with a crust of puff paste half
an inch thick and bake in a moderate
oven. Before serving break the top
crusts with a fork and mix slightly
Enclosed with every bottlo is a 10 with the fruit. Serve hot or cold with
cent package of Grove's
whipped cream or hard sauce.
Otliee up st.'tirH in Cam|>bi 11’ * built!
Q R O V E ’S
TASTELESS CHILL IGNIS
im Dumps and wife invariably
lad " F o r c e ” for Sunday evening tea,
When cook went out that afternoon.
11 'T is but a saucer and a spoon
T o wash—a task not grim—
And all are pleased,"
“ Sunny Jim.”
(1i. baeu n practice of hie profession in this place '
aiiout thirty years, and will attend to all husiress
ntriuted to his . are. Office, corner Main and Court ,
a Dallas, Polk Co, Or
which Lester WalhicU had been so pop
ular. While Raii’ord was dressing the
manager dime to him to say that there
/ . P T / ' /-'■?¿ ¿ 7 f [I would not be a very full house owing
to half a cl o', tii Incidents which would
afreet any perform:iuce. A slight siiock
e H - je * o s s a . m . t r -
passed over the actor.
Had he been forgotten?
Never mind; he would show those
who were there wlmt be could do.
“ A b o u ty :
When tho curtain went up. the seat»
were blit half filled. It nerved the star
to action. Into the style to which lie
d r. -rr?d :
had boon accustomed he threw an in
n l: .ir grow vi y
tensity which rendered it more marked
•J 1 45
even than before, uv.n» old fashioned.
th a n i!i .£ •»' **-'• s t o m a c h .
The audience sat silent as the t-rave-
stones o f a Cemetery, and before t!v
[ lair hunger,foil a stahee.
play was half finished Halford wished
I lungry hnirnecds food,
they were gravestones. In one scene
needs hair vige r— A y e r’s.
where the hero is awakened by u vil
lain ready to murder him be hoped to
This i-j why we say that
retrieve himself by a splendid coolness.
j Ayer’s Hair Vigor always
He succeeded, but as be would have
j restores color, and makes
succeeded fifteen or twenty years l
8 the hair grow long and
“ Hats!” cried a voice from the gal
heavy. $i.w ■ tone, ah
lery. “ You*!* actin’. Give us the real
i f your ti irrtrist cannot p apply you,
sem i‘u s otto c. d!:;r an d v.e w ill express
This was too much. Halford got up |
you a bottle, ilo sure and g iv e tho name
and strode into the wings, the curtain j
o f your nearest express otnee. A d dress,
J . C. A V id It CO., L ow ell, Mass.
was rung down and it was announced i
nOCBtUI I i ? " i n M M l i T f P W M i
that the play would not proceed. The |
audience would receive their money at j
the box office. Tills Rniford took upon j
himself rather than “ go on” again.
“ Sweetheart,” said the fallen artist
to Ills wife, “ why didn’t you tell me
vrt len I left the stage I would lose the
pace of the times and whim I returned
Has stood the test of'25 years. A n to it I would be old fashioned?**
nual sale over 1,500,000 bottles.
“ I couldn’t say It; I only felt it.”
Does this record of mer
PEUCIVAL SCOTT DREW.
it appeal to you?
A m u
ON EVERY BOX OF THE GENUINE
NEW ENGLAND THRIFT.
T H E H A L L O F FAM E.
Count von Bulow is now known In
Germany ns “ the happy phrase making
Walter A. Wyckoff, erstwhile tramp
nnd now a professor at Princeton, is
at present lu Paris.
Count Speck von Sternburg, the Ger
man envoy, and bis w ife will spend
the summer ut Dublin, N. II.
The portrait of Secretary Shaw, by
the French painter Chartran, was fin
ished in precisely eleven hours.
A. J. Cassatt, president of the Penn
sylvania railroad, likes a horse better
than anything else In the world.
Lord Kitchener Is learning Urdu, a
composite tongue which makes one fa
miliar with the sentiments of sepoys.
Hon. Thomas W. Palmer, the ex-
s n a tor, of Detroit, Mich., has just ccle-
brated his seventy-third birthday, lie
is still hale and hearty.
Frank D. Underwood, president of
the K:la Ilailroad company, began his
career as a deck inTiuTon n ferryboat
on tlte Potomac river, where he re
ceived a salary of $J0 a month.
Major William Hancock Clark, eldest
son of the eldest son of Captain W il
liam Clark of the Lewis nnd Clark ex
pedition, will have an important part
in opening the exposition in Portland,
Ore., In 1905.
Mr. II. T. Newcomb, for tlie last two
years editor of the Railway World of
Philadelphia, has resigned, and will
resume the practice of law a» a mem
ber of the firm of Ralston & Siddona
General and Mrs. Laurence I*. Gra
ham of the United States army cele
brated the sixty-second anniversary ot
their marriage in Washington the
other day. They were married at St.
Augustine, Fla., during tho Seminole
The proportion of men ar»d
tomen who retire on small com
petencies is doubtless greater in
H o w t o W a rn li D e c o r a t e d C h i n a .
Massachusetts than in any other
China that has borders and decora
¿tate in the Union, unless it be
tions of gold should be wash« <1 in hot
Water without soap. The mildest soaps Pennsylvania, which is the other
will In time dull the gilt and wear it state of Dr. Benjamin Franklin’s
residence. But a man who has even
the most robust respect for the
H o w to C le o n O il P a l a t l n i r » .
thrift of the people of Massachu
To clean oil paintings take a peeled setts must be surprised to learn
raw potato and nib It. with the addi
from the report of the state’s bu
tion of a very little water, over the
reau o f labor statistics that there
painting until it begins to lather
are more than 45,000 such persons
Wipe this off with a soft, wet sponge
CoiVImie this until the painting look1- — 28,000 men nnd 17,000 women.
Two-thirds of them are native born
clean. Change the potato if necessary
.hen wash with tepid water nnd wip
perfectly dry with a soft silk rag.
These persons who have retired
on competencies are apparently not.
H o w t o R e m o v e M .n 'lii i c O r e « » « * .
as a rule, the owners of large for
Cold rain water and soap will re
tunes. Indeed, most men of large
m *u‘ machine grease from wusliuh.
fortunes, it is safe to say, do not
retire till physical infirmities com
pel them. In the list are nil amaz
The B o s j Janitor.
A janitor in a New York apart ing number who were fanners-
ment house must he a mechanical nidrc than 3,500— whereas less than
Proteus. The first class janitor not 3,300 were merchants. Even the
only gets his rent free and a good retired blacksmiths number 351),
salary, but he has an assistant to and there are 1,07(I “ laborers” ou
take care of the hail, the stairs, the this list.— World’s Work.
W O R L D ’S FAIR N O T E S .
front steps, the cellar and the side
How Russia Expands.
walk. The boss janitor merely su
Tito Affrieultural building will cover
Tho jirnoross of Russia is like the
pervises these details and devotes
most of his working time to fixing spreading o f ink over blotting pa
The grand stand for the athletic
locks, putting in broken windows, per. There is no natural barrier in arena will seat 2.J.000 people.
looking after the steam heating ap
H alf a million electric lights will
paratus and the electric dynamo, her oiT, such as the mountainous hardly suffice for the illumination of
making general repairs and saving frontier of India. Hut the prospect the exposition.
The Transportation building, covering
the landlord many a dollar by avoid of Russian absorption of Persia is
ing the employment of the plumber, not praetieal politics today. Neither fifteen acres, will contain four miles of
the glazier and the carpenter, who is it praetieal politics nor healthy tracks for the display of railway ex
charge by the job and charge high. patriotism to hound on (¡rent lirit- hibits.
Thirty foreign governments have al
ain to occupy, finance, protect or
— Pittsburg Disputch.
claim ri;:hts in every country which ready accepted the Invitation of the
States government to partici
lies upon her road to India or A fr i
pate lu the exposition.
J ¡r ■ \ J J
Such n policy is merely suicidal. | Tlie department of art will occupy
Wo can barely govern efficiently our; three great fireproof buildings, having
a total frontage of S3fl feet nnd contain
present po-" -sions.
Fresh large ing more than fifty galleries.
, . y *
responsibilities in Per in, in China
The United States government Is
and ultimately in Turkey would spending Jt<1,308,000 on tlie exposition,
t. • -S
simply weigh us down to the gun exclusive of the exhibits from tlie
wale and finally sink us.— London Philippines, I ’orto Rico, Alaska, Ha
waii, Tutulla nnd Guam.
woifid be like that of r glass of liquor
to a drunkard. Now. after reading in
the newspapers of the stars of the day,
some of whom during his prime had
been cast in the lowest parts (one or
two were supers), he begun to get fidg
“ To think.” lie exclaimed one morn
ing to Ids wife, “ that Bradburn should
be considered a fine actor! In my time
he was tried in an absurd play be wrote
himself and made an absurd failure.”
“ Perhaps lie was ahead of bis time,”
said the wife demurely.
“ Nonsense! He was not born to act
and never can act. The stage has de
generated. In those days we had real
plays—‘Isondon Assurance,* ‘She Scoops
Li<;ht From Microbes.
The burnished rdnm-
to Conquer*—and the newer ones were j #
a^e of the peacock
Professor Ilan Moliseh of Prague
still plays, such as T h e Colleen Hawn’ j [fi .•v
owes its brilliancy ar.d has reported to the \ ienna Academy
and ‘ Hosedale.* Now performers are j 1 * A
splendor to a health
simply shows to attract the crowd.”
ful condition. Let the of Sciences the discovery of a lamp
Be fretted and fumed till one day a
bird be sickly, and the l lighted by means of bacteria, which
New York manager, one who was es- i
plumage droops aiwl he claims will give a powerful light
peclally given to getting up “ shows to j
grow.1» dull. There is and he free from danger, thus being
; . <-v<- pti rn in na-
attract the crowd," l»et bought himself |
that he might turn an honest penny by tnre to the tule that beauty depends on valuable for work in mines uml pow
der magazines. The lump consists,
bringing the famous Halford back to: health.
the stage. He visited the retired actor, | W »men who see their beauty waning of a glass jar, in which a lining of
r:ir :v a
iale the external chair;«
now fifteen years older than when lie
of tile womanly health, saltpeter and gelatin, inoculaled
had last trod the boards, and in lion- They do ti im Wrstand the close rela with bacteria, is placed. Two days
oyed words informed him of what Hal ti >n *>t’ the gen* r d ]>
after inoculation the jar becomes
ford had Informed his w ife—that the the he
the delicate womanly or- illuminated with a wonderful bluish
stage was running down nnd the pub g.misin,
hv the use of Dr. Pierce’s green light, caused by the innumer
lic longed for a return to better things. a*ilv dijea
able bacteria which have developed
Halford was captured and signed a con Favorite Prescription they find the color
in the time. The light will burn
tract for one night.
' brilliantly for from two to three
I'or a month before the performance the " Ixxly
Favorite Prescription ” establishes weeks afterward, diminishing in
he talked to bis wife about how lie regularity. drie:i weakening drains, heals
would show the people the great gap inflammation and ulceration and cures brightness. It renders faces recog-
’ niznble at a distance of two yards,
through which tlsy bad gradually female weakness.
passed from the old to the new. Ida
Several y eirs nsr> I w-t* vr ry poorly.” write*
and large type is easily legible by it.
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listened t<> him. hut said nothing. Then Mr». May K 11
could hnriily w tilc «cross the fl«x»r. and at time«
I took two bottle« o f I>r.
r j f t r c d »even :) y
Pi.?rcr a Favori t-- Pre«cnpti*»n and got well nnd
hardy -«.U n ed • v Ive po’Mid* in two ra nth»
Your tnedfi mea
and vr«» thr pi - t ire of health
A i mo*t everybody I meet aavs,
have cured ine
mu h better I b in y«»u have for
1 You 1*
___ it year» ; you look well iKiW.’ ""
he scoldtd her for lw»r want of sympa
thy and finally drew tears. Having
suee d»*d in tills, lie embraced her,
gently chhJng her f o r at on** time wish
ing him to remain on the stage and at
another opposing his return to it. 8ln< e
she was no better able to give her
sons than before, she still mai.itained
The night of the great performance
came. Uaiford bad chosen the play of
I “ ItnMedalc.” An the .prindt^l part of
Mrs. Sti^jin*— Well, you are the
greatest dunderhead I ever did :*<•«
yet. The idea of buying an excel
sior matt re ¡8 for goose feathers!
Mr. Ntiggin*— It isn’t my fault, it
it, that the dealer is a cheat? The
bed was marked down, you know.—
Boftou Tranter] pi- . . . .
" Favorite Prescription - makes w**sk
women strong, sick women well. _ Ac
cept no substitute for the medicine
wilieh work* wonders for weak women.
Dr. Piece's 1-nssnt Pellets sre •
Nothing erpi.ls t h e «
for gentleness and thoroughn«
G E R M A N G L E A N IN G S .
Desiccated, shredded nnd sliced po
tatoes are staple foods In Germany
Alsace-Lorraine is one of the best
recruiting grounds for tlie German
Tlie hospitals for consumptives near
Berlin charge seventy to eighty cents
Most of the places are pre
empted by the companies which insure
There Is great rivalry between the
capitals of north and south Germany.
Berlin would like to bo for Germany
what Paris Is for France, but Munich
docs not believe in such centra illation
of intellectual nnd artistic activity.
Since November, 1807, when the first
German sailors were landed and pos
session was taken of Khtochau. north
China, which covers nn area o f 2'>8.1
square miles and counts 80,000 Inhabit
ants, the German % government hns
»|»ent $11,000,0*10 on It. nnd tlie new
appropriation calls for $2,950,198.
O RCHARD AND GARDEN.
When transplanting tdackberry or
raspberry plants cut back to on-* foot
An ounce of nitrate of soda dis
solved In four gallons of water Is an
excellent stimulant fur bulbs.