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tub daily astorian astoria, Saturday morning, APatt fl, isds.
milu an4 othr that wi know of. On
1 1 tTA. la h CI nltl (T H.nDithT lfl
th workmanship, and another Is in
cn ertyie or gooaa. jweany u w..-
o via imru-tntj -I ilrvtVlO lAll HfiJl i66 111
that why every third man along the
atreat naan't a aim hkb wo '-
nrhu a.im Innlr liiffprfWvL It taK'ii
4U nrny4 n .rl ImTI t.l mflje thf
lit 1 W V1M1J TVUm
di (Terence between a ferry Jboat and a
a-oay ocean steamer.
. chas. Mcdonald,
' The Tailor.
523 Commercial Street
OOOD WHISKY. That is the test
of a saloon's stock. Competition for 1
long time ran to big mirrors. Folly
1 hof room nil th ftlnOIl bUSltieS.'
might quickly capitulate to the sense
or sight, ana nor. to tame, uu.
The Office move, has been toward qual
ity nua ia thA rpajinn w obtained thi
oor, frvi. HnPB WHISKY, and the
more cultivated and critical your taste
is the better chance our wnisay wiu
OUR STEAKS . .
One great basis principle of the Pal
ace Restaurant Is mutual dependence.
To thrive and grow, each dish must be
better than any one else's. Our aim li
to reach the only roomy trade place,
the top. No lower Idea can be per
mitted. And when the top, our top, it
reached by any other restaurant, we
will lift the top.
The Palace Restaurant
knowledge is Power
And power la salvation. To do a thin
right one must know how to do U
This Is as true of carpenter work at
C. 0. PALMSBRO,
Whose shop Is at 473 Fourth street, will
build you anything from a wood boa
to a JSO.OOO building and do It welL
Aren't they worn out around the
sole somewhere? Don't they need a
patch on the side? We will make them
good as new.
S. A. GIMRB.
kitty Cornerfium r Ishcr Bros, store
A Poor Cigar,
VV. F. SCH1EDE never made.
"" Don't expect to make, elihc-r.
Bui hiarxe this s-a-l-l-s-f-a-c-
t-1- -n of the 22-karet bui-t has
' accompanied every purchase of
- one cf the cigars made by him
- since b began business, We've
- arot the notion that a satisfied
customer "cuts a ulg figure" In
building up a business. That's
the reason La Uelle Astoria takes
- so well.
Seems Is If half the mothers In As
toria have bought a pair or two of
those LITTLE GIANT t hool shoes for
their children. The other half will as
on s they hear of the wearing qual
Itlns of those that are helng worn about
the city. You ran have your choice
cf leather, kid, grain or oalf.
JOHN HAHN & CO
Sterling Silver I
Never has there been such a stock
of sterling silver Jewelry as that now
on display at our store. Half the town
does not realize the Immensity of this
EXSTROM, the Jeweler.
We buy ferliiij-rs ami fertilising nui
teriul of evry d wiitinu, (tout", borne
eto., himI pay liiuluet ohu prices. Seii'
ns a trial nliltmeut
Western Rutie-Menl Co.
771 AMbhiou StreH,
Sun FiixiioiHeo, ChI.
878 Commercial Street.
Manufacturers of every d iscrtptlon of
Lounges, Mattresses, eto.
REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
When the tide sets one way there Is
always a cause for It.
Women don't come here to buy roasti
steaks, and all other kinds of meat
simply because It's Chrlstensen & Co.'s.
Of course there are a few, a very
few, wno buy out of compliment, or
from Ignorance, b.it the great mass ot
housekeepers buy where they can get
the best and for that reason we supply
the majority of the fsmlries In Asto
ria for they know by experience that
e have only the best.
WASHIMOTON MEAT fURKET,
HRISTENSEN CO., Piup'rs.
The Schoolmaster Says
to lbs deceiving pupil "Go up Lmil.'
The Public has snid to Grosbauer &
Brack's "Resort," "Go tip Lead. Yon
are the only place in the oitr where nue
eon go and (ret a gloss of Oambrinna
Beer for 5 and order a fresh saudwiob
too at tbe same time. Business men's
lunch every morning.
Iocal weather for twenty-four hours
ending at S p. m. yesterday, furnished
by the United Btatea department of
agriculture weather bureau.
Maximum temperature, 4 degrees.
Minimum temperature, $4 degrees.
PisvJrpWatloti, .03 Inch.
Tatal preolpitiBtlon ,pom Sptem-ter
Kt, 1' , to date. 61.88 tncfltes.
r . :"i ct precipitation from St-ptem--
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Ladies Capes and
Sole Agent for the P. NCorset.
Maggionl Kid Gloves.
A GOOD SPIRIT.
The Portland Sun lias an article on
Astoria's railroad proposition that Is
good reading for Astortans, for It
shows a spirit free from the prejudice
that Portland papers usually display
when making any reference to this
city's attempts at securing railway
connection with transcontinental lines.
The article Is as follows:
Mr. A. B. Hammond, the contractor
for the Astoria Railroad, arrived yes
terday from Astoria, and says that the
papers for the construction of the road
have been signed and that he has ac
cepted the subsidy of (he Astoria peo
ple, subject to the titles being cleared,
and that his proposition also provided
fWat Who right of way from Goble to
Astoria and Flavel tfhotfld be furnished
him free of cost. The Astoria people
are working on this matter now, and
with 'the usual patriotism of the Ore
gon people Bhey will no doubit be suc
cessful. The citizens of Astoria have
one all In their power beside giving
all tfhe-ir time and energies to the en
terprise. Astoria business men, like
all others on the coast, are poor. There
Is plenty of property, but money Is
soaroe. It now rests with the ranchers
amd property owners between Astoria
and Goble to maike the new line a go.
The benefits they will derive from th-
ompletlon of the line, In having th!r
timber brought Into market, new Baw
mms estiaousnea, a g"oa ma-ket r r
firm products opened, and the lncraas
d value of a'l property will ntore thin
pay for the snrall Iofs neaessary t3
dnate the right of way.
T'he ero'ire eouriiry, as we'l as th"
'ru'.li'oad world, li watching iihe out
"one of the proposed enitet"prtie, as 1
Is conceded that Its successful lsni'
win revoluitlonize the trafilo tf the Col-
nn"ibi'.i rivet and irake a eommrola'
(viiier ouit of the prMPnt ctty of Asto
l:t. TJie Sun prfdlits that p-o?l9 o'
ims terraory win arise as one mar
nbove all loca4 prejulil es and a'l u lior
oVtarles and secure by united aitlor
bhi one oppantunity for their listlnr
KALDWA BAND ENTERTAINMENT
The Pwgram Thait Will Bo Given ai
Suoml Hall This Evening.
1. Quickstep, "From Maine to Cal
IfornJia," by Kailewa Band.
2. Oomlo Opera, "Forjed to Mar
rta3." Oast of chiana. ters Ouirai.
and Tom Vloto-r, brothers and students
J. W. Pan'btaja, N. Tlowonen. Sanna
their aunt, Luclna Saiarl. Lizzie, njec
to Saiiuw, Ida Juntbila.
3. Andante and Waltz, "The Japan
lea," Kalewa Band.
4. Andante and Polka Mazurka, "Fa
vorite," Kalewa Band.
6. Noda.wa SohotUl one, Kalewa Ban
6. Comlo Drama, enlt.lej "How t
Got Rid of Molihers-ln-tiaw." Cast 0
oharaotors Llna, royal widow, Mis
O, Naititoner. Dora, daughter of LI
na, alMo a widow, Miss I. Junttllla
Mariana, daugUvter of Dora, Miss H
Sl'.polia. Frederick, husband of Ma
I'iana, Mr. Jacob Haoinus. Rafrl, .
friend to Frederick, Mr. A. A. Saar
Kallo Sangrlto, a dootor, Mr. N. To
wonan. Johanml. servant, Mr. O tc
7. Music, Kalewa Band.
8. Danolng for all.
When Mr. Frank Peavey and part;
df St. Paul, were here last winter,
thait gentleman made a very slgiYtilcuu
remuirk: "It will do us no good t.
build an elevator at Astoria until t
rallr.Md connects the place with th
outside world." The Oregonlan'a at
tempt to throw a Bhadmw of cloubt 01
Mr. Hammond's stailemnt rcgardln.
Mr. Peavey'e movements wilt not pr
vtnt the latter gentleman from build
Ing his elevators here. Indeed, ther
could be a whole lot more said abou.
the intentions of the elevator gentle
man thait would open the eyes of th
Oreigvanian with wonder and alarm.
Highest Honors World's Fain
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartu Powder. Fre
horn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEAPJS TH2 STANDARDS,
Hanfc Cdut, a Tillamook, ahd J. H.
ISrtdgefore, of Bay CKty, were passen
gers yeeterday on the Harrlon.
It will take more than a rainstorm
to keep the right-of-way committee In
doors until aitter the deeds are all ee
Horace Abie,- a maitlve of Norway,
yesterday declared hta Intention to be
come a citizen of this great common'
OommlsBioners Wooden and Peterson
remained in the city yesterday talk
tog over affairs of the county with
Mr. Frank Paltltan, of this city, has
made a proposition to Hhe citizens of
Nehalem to rehuillld the mill recently
burned alt Uhalt place.
The only transfer to be recorded at
the court house yesterday was lot 2.
Block 34, Section B, Greenwood ceme
tery, to Mary Wilson, $35.
The deeds for right of way over the
entire route between this city and Port
land were arranged yesterday and plac
ed In ireadlness for the committee.
Owing to the Baptist entertainment
of 'Wie 13th, and the A. F. C. enter
talnmanit of the 17th, the Evaning of
Scottish Song amd Music, advertised
for tlie 19th, has been postponed until
The Oregwaan, in a looal column
denies the article published In the As
torlan a day or two ago, that Peavey
Brothers, of St. Paul, would build an
elevator ait Astoria, and would not re
build alt Portland. Walt and see.
The following cabin passengers went
up the river last night on the steamer
Harvest Queen: Mrs. J. W. Babbldge
and son; Mrs. Runyon, F. C. Hagemun
and H. Miller. There was a large
number of second-class passengers on
A dock near the central portion of
the city has been leased by parties
whose names are withheld by request,
and will be used iin the near future at
a commission house. All sorts of farm
and diailry products will be handled a
woll as Oregon and California fruits.
Hereafter until the lTDh Inst., ladies
be excluded from the A. F. C
moms, the bys being In training for
the right of way event to take plac
on the evening of tihiait date. The Ju
venlles will have Saturday mornings
only for their practice until after th
A suit entitled, "First Naitl-Mnal Bank
vs. W. W. and E. P. Parker," to r?-
sover the sum of $1,003, Interest and
costs, was filed yesterday Vn the clr
'U'lt court. The following proper: y ha.
been attached: 2G6.38 asres, Taylor'
D. L. C, Walluskl; unilvided one 'half
of Lot 5, Block 6, Shlvely's; Los f
and 6, Block 75, MoC'lure's; Blook S
3eotlon 17, township 8 north, rang
There h one Industry In Aorta tha
vlll thrive as lit has never done before
vncn the railroad comes the lumbc
ndiuatry. At present there la no possl-
le way for the mills of tihi's c'Jty
impete for the Interior trad3 as th
-ail river rate to Po.tland bars thei
vjt. Wllth a railroad, howevr, th
'IU be a common point, and they wi
nave an equal chance with the up
A genlWeman in a position to .knov
"taited yesterday to a repre?ni:ative r
he Aatonlan thait ait least two larg
r.iots of land In thus city would r
Mirown U'pon t'he nvarket ot a v.tj
arty day. Roail e9tw.e offl"es will b
pened and a corps of live and wide
iwake rustlers employed to handle th
ropei(ty. Lot 'em come. They mak
uslnesa for the newspai??r3, therefore,
10 one has room to register a kick.
Do"itless called out by a c"mrnunlca
Ion in yesterday's Asitorian, the suu
. '.dy committee has prepare an offlola
ltatement of the work of that bodj
.nd the sub-oommitttees appointed t
ok after the right of way and sub
iJy matters. Through la?k of 6pac
he Aslorlan Is unable to comply w.
he request of the committee for It.'
lubUeation In today's Issue, tout 1. xvi'.
ppear In full In Sunday morning t
Mr. Carlson, of the Sunnyside s-a
oon, Is going to give his friends a reg
liar treat tonight m the way of a
tartrate free lunch, and he says th
nore thait call the merrier. Yesterduj
he made- all arnangements for thf
pread, and tonight when the pai'ron?
f that place call for their glass .01
jeer or other refreshing drink, a tempt-
In? lunch will await them. His piact
has had a Considerable Increase o'
patronage since beer was reduotd tc
Ave cents a glass.
The Central restaurant will be re
opened Sunday morning. A first-class
white cook has been secured end pat
rons of this popular restaurant will
be assured of the very best. As of
yore the tables will be supplied with
the very latest the market affords.
The prices will be moderate and with
in the reach of all. Eveneon & Cook
are well known caterers in Astoria,
and need no tntrodudtion (to the public
Mr. Chris. Evenson will manage the
business. 848 Commercial street. Cen
D. M. Stuart yesterday left for
Kwvppa n the Interests of the right of
way proposition. He will te followed
today by Ben. Worsley. The distance
between he city Hmlts and Cathkamet
head. 14 miles, can toe gone over ahead
of the engineers, as the old Kennedy
survey wSl hold pood nn that portion
of the road. It Is eipeoted tad subsidy
committee will leave with the teamef
Aatorian on Monday next, and a large
party of right of way workers will go
along with the committee to look after
The steamer Harrison arrived in last
night with a large cargo of farm and
dairy -product. Passenger travel was
somewhat lighter this trip than last.
The cargo consisted of 63 cases of eggs,
67 cases creamery butter, 60 cases of
cheese, potatoes, hides and miscella
Yesterday the number of new deeds
received at Robb & Parker's office by
the committee appointed to look after
that matter, was enough to swell the
total to 104, leaving 136 to receive
signatures. Quite a large number of
deeds have been forwarded to parties
who reside - outside the city, and It
will be some time before these are
heard from. Then tJhere are property
owners living In the city who are out
of town, but it is espected these will
be arranged shortly. The committee
has been doing excellent work and It
shows a spirit that Is sure to make
the railroad proposition a success.
The first annual entertainment glvenl
by Franklin Council No. 11, Jr. O. U.
A. M., at their hail last night, was a
decided success. It consisted of music
by the mandolin club, singing by the
Jr. Order quartet, Interspersed with
short speeches, readings, and declama
tions, after which the audience ad
journed 'to the dinner cable, that fairly
groaned upder the good things provid
ed by the lady frlendi of the Juniors.
After the completion of the long and
varied program, the floor was cleared,
and the "light fantastic" was tripped
until a late hour. The speakers were,
B. S. Worsley, Wm. LaForce, Rev.
Robert Llddell, Dr. Estes, A. R. Cyrus,
and M. F. Hardesty. Each and every
one of the speakers related some pret
ty plain American facts to the audl
ence and hearty applause showed that
their words were appreciated.
Mr. James Fox, of the steamer Har
rison, states that Tillamook City is
having a regular old '49 building boom
and thait the number of new structures
put up there during the past winter
would really astonish one. A new
creamery Is being built within the
city limits, which will have a capacity
of 1000 pounds of butter per day. The
Alliance Creamery has increased their
capacity 30 per cent. Last year ttey
shipped about 100,000 pounds of Choice
butter, and received an average of 22
oen ts at the creamery. The City cream
ery has been uroaMe to supply the ds-
njand for their cheese. Their ship.
.nents have gone to Portland and the
Sound elltles, but very little coming to
Astoria. The creamery made an aver
age of 1200 pounds dailly durin? the
summer moniDhs, tost year. Borore
the regular steamer trips were started
otween Tillamook and Astoria, by
he steamer Elmore lit was Impossible
.'or the farmers and producers of tha.
country to get any reliable returns
!rom their shipments. Now they ar
oeginnlng to realize on their produc
tion, as evidenced by the healthy
rrowlih of Tillamook and the surround
Ing country. Astoria should reach ou
.'or a more liberal share of the trad:
f this section of the coast coyntry.
CHURCH SERVICES) TOMORROW.
Sorvices alt Grace ehurch this Satur
lay afternoon at 3 o'clock. Children'!'
3aater card practice.
Finnish Lutheran Ohurdh Pal.i
'unday. At 10 a. m., conflrma;.ion
Ivening servlre at 8, when a special
ong program 'Will be rendered.
Swedish Luithieran Ohurdh PuIt
'.unday. Services at 10:20 In Swedish
"unday school ait 12:15. Vespers at
?. m., In Engflisli, when the pasto
vlll direct his address to the fisher
lcn. J. A. Edlund, pastor.
Services at the Cong-eg&tlonal
'hurcth. Morning itheme, "Christ's Sor
ow for Sin." In the evening, "Hold
ng on to the Truth." The Sabbarr
iphool meets ait 12:15 and the Christian
"Indeavor at 7 p. m. The evening ser
.ice at 8 p. m.
Services at the Baptist church Sun
Tay, April Tth. Subjeot of the morn
ng discourse, "Brotherly Love; or,
low Christians Should Live Oo. 10.'
"unday sohool alt 12:15 p. m. Y. P. B
J. at 7 p. m. and preaching at 8 p. m
Subject of the evening sermon, "Th
Sentinel on Duty."
The Norwegian end Danish M. E
hureh of Astoria will be re-d-edlloated
jomorrow at 3 p. m. Rev. Dr. Bu-
shong will preach, and there will be
excellent slngtnjj by the choir of the
First M. E. church. A cordial Invi
tation Is extended to all. Rev. August
Peterson, from Portland, will preach at
s. m and Rev. M. Nelson will
Preach at 7:30 p. m.
Divine service with Holy Commun
ion at Grace church on Sunday, at 11
m. The Rit. Rev.- B. Wlstar Morris
D. D bishop of Oregon, will be pres
ent. The second service at 4 o'clock.
tlhe chHdrw.'s junior auxiliary service.
at which the oi shop will administer
the rite of confirmation. Evening
prayer and confbmation e!t Holy In
nocents' at 7:30 o'clock.
At the First M. E. Churoh. Alt 9.30
a. m., "Love Feast." At 11 a. m.. ad
dress by Dr. Buehong. "This Ia My
Blood." At 7 p. u. t young people's
praise service. AH young people ear
nestly tnvited. At 8 p. tn. sermon by
the Rev. Dr. Hunter. "Mrs. Mary S.
Kinney will sing solo at at 8 p. m.
service. A dime social will be held
at the residence of Mrs. "Wm. Kinney
Tuesday at 8 p. m. Light refreshments
wtll be served. All cordtaJly tnvtted.
The third quarterly conference (Tues
day at 7 p. m. .rp. I
PHYSICIANS NOW ORDER IT.
Paine's Celery Compound the One Soring Remedy
That Makes People Well,
Physicians Prescribe It, Use It, and Advise People to Take It in Preference
to Anything Else in April and. May. Because it Purifies the
Blood, Feeds the Brain, and Strengthes the Nerves.
fmk - k r
Paine's celery compound is not a
No class of professional men are
more conservative, more careful.ln giv
ing advice, or more painstaking in
finding out the real facts of a case tha 1
Their recommendation In matters
with which they are conversant Is
trustworthy. When physicians of
known repute not only prescribe and
use, but also bring home Paine's ce.ery
oompoundcjompound for their own fam
ilies, there can be no doubt of Us hig.i
standing In the eyes of the medka.
.uen In general.
This Is what busy, successful prac
titioners are doing these spring da..s
ill over the country.
Paine's celery compound la prepartd,
as they all 'well know, from the formu
la of the foremost physician of this
jentury, Prof. Edward E. Phelps, M.
..., LL. D., of Dartmouth med.cal
t hool. Among medical men there 1j
an absolute certainty as to Just what
Paine's celery compound Is capable of
doing. The careful record of the vast
.lumber of oases where rt ; has made
people well has been published in the,
.ncdical Journals of the country.
Paine's celery compound stands to
day as the one thoroughly au.henti
Ated remedy for 'weakness and de
bility due to maluntrltlbn of the ner
vous system and Impure Wood.
This hard-working, earnest class of
professional men have never been slow
In accepting Paine's celery compound.
They declare that It gives the tlreu
body every possible chance to get back
to a healthy condition. It cures ner
vous weakness, heart palpitation, gen
eral lack of strength, and all fornu
of weakness; rests and restores the
Jaded, fatigued brain and nerves, be
cause it provides for the abnormal
paste of these parts by an unusually
prompt supply of appropriate nerve
Services at the Presbyterian church
tomorrow as follows: Preaching by
the pastor, Rev. R, Llddell, morning
and evening. Morning, 11 a. m., sub
jeot. "John's Ministry." Evening. 8
p. in., subject. "What Is Your Ac
count? How to Settle It" Come and
learn. Sabbiaitlh school after the morn
ing service. Y. P. S. C. E. tut 7 p. m.
Young people especially Invited. A cor
dial Invitation Is enteral ed to all stran
gers and visitors to come and unite
In worship with us.
It Is expected that in another week
Fisher Bros, will call for bids on the
new opera house.
Mrs. Wm. B. Ada4r returned
trAiy from Portland.
food. It purifies the blood as nothing
else can do.
If every man and woman plagued
with frequent headaches, and every
business man made anxious by pain
at the base of the brain and neuralgia
twinges, would take Paine's celery
compound, the world wou.d be l gnt
ened of a vast deal ot misery tha
ought never to be borne.
The most advanced medical though,
of the latter quarter of the 19t.i ce.
tury has prepared Paine's ce.ery cm
pound to mee t and overcome t'.ios
troubles that are due to ill-fed, Ill
regulated nerves, and poor, thin blood.
N. N. Leaneard, M. D., of Ch.ir.es-
town, Mass., whose portrait appears
above, one of the attest iphyslcUns 1.
the Boston district, a man of characte.
and lnfluen;e, says:
"After using Paine's 0, v com
pound four or five years In n genera,
practice, I can cheerfully r U)mmend
it. For catarrh cf the head or stom
ach, for lnts.nce, It acts like a charm.
For women In many cases It is a bless
ing. For chronic rheumatism it does
give relief. Torpid liver, general de
bility, constipation, pains In stomac
and loss of appetite it relieves, and If
the best of medicines In general ncr
v.'us prostration. I recommend It t
many of my patients, believing, as I
do, In Its real merits. I believe l: a
pubnlo blessing to invalids, and as yet
not fully appreelalted."
J. C. Flynn, M. D., a well know
Michigan 'physician. Is but one of hun
fireds who p.resorlbe Paine's celery
compound because It cures. Writing
from Warren, in that state, he says:
"I use Paine's celery compound free'y
In my practice as a nerve tonic, M od
purifier and general tonic In all debll
Hated conditions of the system. I find
It a fine thin? for patients recovering
from the grip, especially old people."
Dr. J. H. HanaJord, of Reading
Mass., whose writings In the House
hold, Iftalth and Home, and other
Journals of national circulation, have
Wanted -The present address of MaJ
von Swunkinzel, late of the Austrian
ormv. who left Vienna on the 10th of
Janucry last, en route for Astoria tc
purchase a pair of Goodman5s U shoes
GREATEST AND BEST.
Four pounds of the best washing
powder on earth for 25 cents. Ask Ross
Hlgglns Co. for SOAP FOAM POW
DER. WANTED Situation to do
work by a competent person,
at this office.
Apply Carpenters are well along with the
cottage of F. M. Wan-en, near Warren
ton. Architect Ferguson drew the
plans and the cost of the dwelling will
f.CTire up about ft.W.
endeared h'.m to thousands, says: "I
have used Paine's celery compound
personally with much benefit. I pre
scribe It with excellent results."
J. H. Thomas, M. D 320 Liberty
street, Pittsburg, Penn., says: "For
several months I had been suffering
iu...at.s.u. 1 nad tanen an the usual
...odus wi.h no real oe.ieflt. I tjok
,ie buttle of Maine's celery compound
.ad found myself much Improved. The
.nd jjcCo i3 nearly gone and I con-
...er niy3elf cured."
VV. lilobard, AI. D., of PouKnoy,
. i., writes: "I was run down from
epeated attacks "bf the brip, and iny
3:oma:h, bowels, and kidneys were out
l order. I had na strength, energy,
ir ambition to think or act, ani was
excessively nervou3 and Irritable. Af
ter taking the first bottle of Palie's
celery compound I felt better. The
third bottle restored me tc my usual
health and strength, and I feel Jen
years younger than before." .
Dr. William Brown, of Fredonla,
Kar.sas: "It has wonderfully Improv
ed my general health."
W. Allen Hubbard, M. D., Boston,
Mass., writes; "I have prescribed the
remedy in a number of cases where the
jlood was impoverished, and the
ierves weakened. Ihe results have
been so satisfactory that I do not hes
itate to endorse Paine's celery com
pound." Similar testimonials literally by hun
dreds might be quoted. The high scien
tific attainments of A. Llvezey, A. M.,
M. D., of Yardley, Penn., have mada
his statements authority on matter3
pertaining to health. He gives his per
ianal experience, how he was cured of
sWp'esrness. J. W. Ferguson, M. D.,
of Thayer, Kan., tells how It has cur
ed him of dyspepsia, etc., etc. The
sum total of the testimony of such
men as these, as well as of the more
celebrated physicians whose letters
have been previously published In
these columns, is that Paine's celery
compound make people well!
Rogers' Saponoceous Tooth Wash the
best for the teeth. Try It.
C. B. Smith, the confectioner, will
sell sweet cream from this on at 20
cents per pint. Patronize him and
save money. 4S3 Commercial street
The Low Price Store Is selling the
handsomest lino e? ladies wraps and
children's Jackets 25 per cent lower
than any other store In town.
For all cleansing purposes, domes
tic or mechanical, removing scale from
steam boilers, making soap, or de
odorizing the kitchen sink, use Red
Or. Prtcs'i Cream Baking Powder
tVorfcTs r!r Highest Award.