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C A T A R R H ...
FASH IO NS.
Millinery Mud W n i i U f o r the
• is in liter ft«Mfton.
r, Duviil Cos-
A New H om e T re a tm e n t iirillg tilt* »UIII-
Although there are no decided devi
ations in the main lin<*<« upon which
fushion is moving, there is an endless
K. W o rth in gton .
Z. F. Vaughn’s, Dallas.
C a ra rrh , C a ta rrh a l K a n g s w i l l la* h e ld
May r a r e r .
tm J a y
T he m icroscop e ha* p r o v i,
JÌM**a e* nrc con tu sion *. and
t 'l o r k . 1 li<*
du e to th e presen ce o f liv in g H| S a t u r d a y ,
t I lu lining
It 1 lor membrane
limili I >rs til. of
i f the
sages and estaebian tu b es, 'ilu
acieuti I-, T y n d a ll, H u xley anil ”
' d orse th is, ami these a u tliorii ie. •
be d isp u ted . T h e regu la r m eth od . "
lu g these diseases has lieen to a p p lj| io lld cilt
ritant rem ed y w eek ly , am i even u , , r, , v i
; and th u s k eep in g the d elica te m en *.
' in a con sta n t state o f irrita tion , a lls ld ic u n s
| it no ch a n ce to h ea', and as a n a tu r e ,,
sequ en ce o f su ch trea tm en t n ot on<
inanent cu re has ev er been record * e n d u r e
W O R T H IN G T O N & LOUGî
SHELLEY & VANDUYN,
Physicians and Surgeonj
Office Main St., next to Vaughn's,Dwe
II(‘¿ h ! (Quarters for (¡eneral Merchandise,
E x e c u to r s S a le .
series of innovations in minor charme-
In re K -ta te o f Nelson Nealy, deceased.
Notice is hereby given U> all w hom it may
teristics. Taking the single item of
isimvrti that cn the IHth day «if JI N K Isa»
the corsage, the styles are legion.
at the h ou r i f ONEl « clock p. in.. 1 w ill >s-ll
Very often they are most effectively
ou the PK E M ISF> the follow in g di - ribid
real property lo-longing to the estate o f N
made of fragments put together with
Nealy, ais-etwedriiy Virtue o f the pow er o f l
such picturesque effect that they out-
sale in said decedents last w ill and lestanicnt
vie many a richer style made of a
tie wit: T he undividisl three-nintlis o f the
single material. When two or three
■lonation lami claim o f S . H. Nemly in section
al and SI tow nship '* S U j w est o f the W il
fabrics combine to form a single corsage
Meridian; also, lots N o s I and •’> in
the lining of the waistcoat is cut to be- is an absolute fact that tbeae diseam,l!ttional lamette
»aid sec. No. SI in saiii tow n ship and range
is: cu red by an a p p lic a n o »
gin with. This buttons snugly up the o not
f tener th an on ce in tw o w eek », I e f t h e i r al-**», that <»th«*r tract'll land hojoniiiiiir at tt
back, and upon the front of this is m em braiie m ust get a ch a n ce to hi., rn lcn ci south-west corner o f donation lan.l elaim
No <10 heing the l> L elaim o f Paul Hilter-
mounted, for instance, a plain velvet fore an appliemtion is rep eated. I t . ,
hrund in said tow n ship and range, thence
piece that points like a girdle in the seven years sin ce M r. D ixon d is c i' lo,->
-C on n trtetl w ith the
the parasite in catarrh amt form u la ! h i - a d - esat 3 i..W élis, thence liorth lf..10 ch», thence
immediate front At each side of this n ew treatm en t, and sin ce th en his r
, south ü l°. w<-»f dl si ch», thence South
piece are set silk-lined re vers, orlap*-ls has b ecom e a h ou seh old w ord h " I ’ l r i u s l eh», to place o f bogiiiniiig and e.-intaining in
of material of which the corsage is cou n try w h ere the K uglish langi-t i»y n*- ail SSÎ acres more o r les». Ternis o f sale cash
L tman D amox ,
C u res effected by h im - ,* ,1: »» in iiaiul.
composed. Next to these come two v e a rs a g o a r e cu r e s s till, there h a v
J o n s J. D a LT,
more re vers of plain silk or velvet been n o retu rn o f the disea se.
A tty for exeeutor.
8 0 h ig h ly are these rem ed ies v a lu e «
again. All these re vers narrow to an
th at ig n ora n t im ita tors have sta rted up|
to the f ir m o f H a r z e « A
inch and a half as they reach the e v ery w h ere p reten d in g to d estroy a p a ra g is.
their S y s t e m o f d o it ig
site, o f w h ich th ey k n ow n oth in g, by
Gradually s c are returning to larger rem edies, th e results o f th e a p p lica tion of box wîiie "> n ie e t s t l t c a p p r o v a l o f the
w hich th ey are eq u a lly ign ora n t.
shapes in hats, and law crowns and D
ix on 's rem ed y is a pp lied on ly on ce in add ress t ,l<rliil t l ia t ’ » C llO U gll.
wide brims are once again distinguish- j two weeks, ami from one to three apfYy a Bl lti.il, P a , " _________________________
ing features in millinery. It lias now | lions effect a permanent cure in the most
The Iniury o. ...‘..VI*
he w h o will n o t . 1” *
become quite a fasldon to turn the
- Mr. D ix o n send s a pa m ph let d escrib in g ize.
h e i m r t J 1 « e reçene.1 m , t«
one Il I - n ew treal HU-lit mi the receip t o f stam p
the d clivcrv o f- -n e
sido or in the back instead of I to pay posta ge. T h e a d d ress is A . H . “ » h a t i » k i o n n i n g t o
»bouses a» design
leaving it straight ail around. The D ixon & Son , at)« K in g street w est, T or-
W icked Macbeth,
t».- --.¡.1 v ,„„l
I on to, Canada. -S c ie n t ific A m e r ic a n .
Dunean, asked tbls
■allot- hat is still very popular, both in
Thousand» of victlin
l* * " ’ni oak
London arid Paris, and among imported
A Kentucky man has nvented a process for in# *‘ What will 80011 r iT Y .
blond and bring in©
| in r h o
models appears witli an unusually wide making live-year old whisky tc three mundi*.
(¿olden Medical lÜHcon OUT C.'Olinty
rriin. Many of these brims are cov
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A I 'l K A s i i ; t : S IIA K K I) III* W O M EN the purple life-tide Is si,
Itt'mernlier hy placing your order with us, you get new good:
n, »s. headache nnd lois'P D t’ i 't t til'd
ered on tlie under side witli a braid in
w ondcrfiA vttallzer,
wlu 7'.. 1 « ,
. . 1. t
It s, c l a itper than any firm can .-«*11, that carry their gtH xl* in
contrast to the one outside, this de
Malherbe, the gifted h rench author, declared forces thiniver
th ” iver into perfect 1 •
that of all things that man possesses, women siiperrtuous
signed to represent, and thus dispense alone take pleasure In heing ]iomusaed. This
the cheek and the natural sp. o
seems generally true of the sweeter Bek. bike A .....................
with, a silk or velvet facing.
the ivy r plsut. sh-
she longs for an object to cling
OUR TERMS ARE SPOT CASH,
Crushed slniwben^' is a color that is to and love - to look lo for protection. This he- 1 Is is proposed to widen the tté1^
Bcmpmbef by piaci. ,
designcdflo be as popular as it was two Ilia her prerogative, ought she not to bo told at 1‘ biladelpida it a e i^ of |:t. 50 Ü.(K-prV
that I)r. H eroes Favorite l'reseOption is the
■ ritylcn, clit Hpcr than any n.
years ago, when it was the rage. This physical salvation of her stixf ll banishes
our margin i-^ vt ry snudi and our facilitiesforl>uy-
i© e e w re w a u
te u d •
m ll . persotft u
um c * °
shade will appear in costumes as those distn -sing maladies that make her life a
” « make a speciality o f house furnishing rikk I s at
burden, eurlng all painful irregularities, ' o f pictu res, a nd e sp ecia lly o f t h e '1
Very uterine disorders, inflammation and ulceration. I ca rd s rep resen tin u 11»
'I builders material, shingle», stoves, crockery
lovely and delicate tints are shown in nervine, it cures nervous eahatw*»--
•ill kinds of machinery, (live usa trial order
India cashmere, silk-wrap Henrietta tton, debility o ’ 1—
cloth, and faille Fraucaise. Primrose pochoudria, 1
yellow Is another color which ia to r u t
IR O IB E IR T S O IN ',
A elnirmin» gown made in simple hut like a fool by
exquisite fashion, in this shade, a
creamy ycljptv, shows a full-shirred MANY PKOI
l.ivcr Oil on a
bodice gathered Into a pearl-em Thia
broidered neck-band, a wide sharply f in i 11 1 h io n of
phit oh . It iOin
pointed Swiss girdle marking the waist. moMt valuable 1
This is not extraneous, hut formed of o f ConHumptio
the material bodico and skirt being Chronic ('ought
one—and deftly shaped by means of «•iaiiH in all part
cittiiH report our
French smocking or honey-combing. pianure. Try a
This is very cleverly done, for below vi need
the belt the material falls again in
exquisite folds. The sleeves of tlie shoveling during
gown an- q ( in very full at (lie arm
holes, mill again shirred below the el turrit Keincdy cui
bow. Half o f the very deep turn-back
They are makiu
cuff is smocked, tlie upper portion a they can he playtM
U liv o ,
flat band, covered witli pearl em
r iL K S (
broidery matching the collar-decora
For thirty tw e
’Tlie figured linen, batiste and cam
bric shirtwaists worn last year, or j plico, lioth Intern
those hox-plaited, and made of plain a tten d a n t ngoniiM
»n fferod from h(
linen or cnmhrie, finished witli briar-
stltchlng at all the edges, will again th irty -tw o yea rs 1
a j : fi o x .
pay d octors and d
lie seen next season over skirts of « as d o in g m e littl
various sorts. This is a neat, dainty w as u rged by on e '
nnd stylish fashion for neglige toilets com p la in t, hut bad
MCTu'a P i m a , to tr.
for (lie morning, and therefore likely and
tH>gaii to im pn
to survive until tlie autumn. Smocking tw o years I have
will !>o used in their construction— f un that terrib le a
either there will be a smocked yoke,
tlie fullness below gathered into a nar
The kind of oil mo
row waist-hand, or otherwise the upper pouring on troubled w:
portion of the bodice will be full and
T h e T h r o a t . "/In
unshirred, and a smocked Swiss band act ili«-, 11 y --n the orga
bave nu ti.lrnordlnarjr 1
will define the waist. Homnn-red and the
cream-white flannel will also be used Troches useful. Sold os
for Garibaldi and smocked waists,
those adapted specially for the chilly
§1 m rroMM Moiftturn; la
days that invariably appear in mid most »t night, worse hy tn-rst
timi© tumor» form, which c
summer.—A’. T. I'osL
(»«‘coming very «ore H wa TF
Buster & V
THE SOLICITING AG
Druggists and Apoth
1 '' 'm' 0 - O lw and allotb»|
1 / t i d e s kept III 11 IHM-i U»S drug
Prescriptions C a rcfiillj Cum
r-e- Also Dealers ¡1 Rissi A It« «,* -.t
ve r and Plated Ware. Jewelry. .1/uaO.i
-»miiiifiifs nf nil kiiuU
Afford* tlie iHvt advantages for purchasing
The first train of cars'from the Oxm
river rolled into the city of Bokhara
the other day. The greatest factor in
modern progress Ini» therefore reached
the center of conservative Mohamniod-
istu the city of a hundred mosques,
whose people think the follower»
of Islam in
and conduct 0 to
iutiiienced by other laws and teachings
than those of the Koran. The foutli
stage ill tlie development of Ibis remark
able railroad will lie its extension to
Namarcand, one hundred miles beyond
Bokhara, and then it will undoubt
edly lie extended to Tashkent), tint
enpilal of Russian Turkestan, connect,
ing the Caspian sea witli Central Asia
by a railroad
nearly twelve hun
dred miles long, about the distance
I let ween New York and the Mississippi
river. The pioneer road in Central
Asia i« only the forerunner of other long
lines, already projected, which are des
tined to revolutionize the conditions of
life in the great rcigion which for
centuries has been one of the most
isolated parts of the world. — .V. 1 Sun.
I tolling ttiK I hlcetllng, he
QMfi muowH the tumois.
1»« i>l»tatn«Kl of tirugginU San q
J . II. r i M h . A w i a y r
4 'h e a i l s l . IsklHirslory It.
Or. A nalyses umile or al
for assay lug gobi and silve
ages sent by mail or rt|iraa
to. ami returns m ade.
See Amiseli Plano ad vart
— Little Sally came ho
full of indignation. She l-
old, but she was full ol
little body would b
nin,’ ’ slie said, “ I think q
was real rude to me.”
has she done?” ••Site la
—laughed right out lorn
you did something tt
"Nv. I digu 'tdi
••Well, how " d it happen
in tho geography class, an
me what was the principal
of the Sandw ich Islands,
•“ '»I ‘ Sandwiches.’ and sh<
• • •
Real Estate and Insurance .
3ST- H .
— Dealer in—
] knigs, ( lieiuirals. Books, Btationen-.T-J
-L /artielcs, etc.
P r e s c r ip t io n s
M o n tn ttu th ,
—..gu«n aristocracy in
t'l.KANSINO, P L ’ R I E T I N O A N D
beautifying the skin of ehilórrn and infant«
and curing torturing, disfiguring. Itching, »m ly
and pimply di-ease« of the skin, scalp and
— Mi «. Eliza Garfield was tlie only blood, with loss o f h*ir. from iniancT tookl age
t rrieC K » K k u siu f s »re infal'. Lie.
woman who ever saw her son inaug» the
(TTICrSA, the great Skin i'nr-- end «TT1
urate.! President of the United States. CVRA^m e. an requisite Skin H.-auiiftrr. ri-
tem allv and Cl riet H« Id tsu viMT. the new
Washington’ s mother was living in Hlmwt I tinner, internally, eure every form of
rrom gun pk » to
Fredericksburg, V.a., when the Father I
of his Country was inaugurated, but ' Sold everywhere. tTif*.CvTtct n*..Wr.; S oap
•he did not witness tlie ceremony, Me.: R b so it k x t II lYepwred b«r the P otts *
i Due* a * i > C h e m i c a l C o .. IVesri-x. It >««.
which took place in New Y'orit.
I Wend for M is to Cure Skin ins-asew.'
— Lady Tennyson’ s dairy m a n aire- i * * hahy 1 s u e and S.wlp prese rvisi and »1
t . _ j . t* "
besnto.ed by Cl n . I K * » <r
which is principally in the hands
Ki i w« v t’ AIvs. Ha. kaeheand W mkness
of Mrs. Hallam Tennyson, is known for
cured hy-Ci n e t n * A s t i -P ais D . w n k . u i
InstintaneoiM pain-subduing plaster. Î.V.
0000 HS, COLDS. INCIPIENT 10 NIDMPTI 0 N the excellence of the butter, cream and
iw l ill Tbr **l u g I n * Tssbla.
S O R E S AMD U L C ER S - / i n
•»•1,1 l y a l l l > r i ( | l i l i r«*r
M « 'r a t a .
tile length and breadth of the Isle ot C T S S C S T V .’ V
J . R. CATES A CO.,
W ighv there is ao increasing demand
t i r S i M o a r S I . M % Ti r» .% «< IK4 o
t in s
IWOie produce ^Ute Poet UureaU’. DM Stitt
O regon ,
Oregon State Normal Schoo!
FULL F A fT L T Y ,
GOOD W ILD IN G S,
expen se !
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/ > o
All N : C ' _
1 ........ the W O
: ti->11 . -t rill
_ oV L L i-C b’1'' - ;i'« «r
Normal Oiph-iiitis without
C H E A P
L IV IH S T G .I
. ' ^ P .... I
board is ffim ish ed to S g
'h o t-a t thi “ Norm al D in ing H all” .-it * r f
per Week, (.--oil hounling in families witf
tiinnsheil room , fuel ami lights, ¿.j.iXl to
--Completed in u—
tur. Address the Preside
g r jB U T L E R ,
ire C ~
(a r tfu lly
W tmuuuth, Oregon.
IB T IT T L E ]
Druggist and Apothecary,i
— Mrs. Joshua Snow, an o
w a s present at tlia b irth
Webster, exclaimed in s tr o n g
language: “ This is an 1
child! Look nt his great
large head! His eves! I tell
—John W. Muekay does not appear is a wonderful child! I nero
to l>e made of tlie common clay of equal before! lie will he we
which most millionaires arc composed. ingi" And he was “ worth rai
A writer in the Salt Lake Tribune once the event proved.
heal'd the bonanxa king say when a
*1 1 ike was threatened in Virginia Cil\
••I am sorry that these men w ho receive
four dollars a day do not save more ol
their money. I rolled rooks in Yulia
l iver fourteen hours a day for months
nt a time and went to camp every
night soaked to the bone, nnd did not
average two dollars a day, hut no one
ever found me quite broke or ever
heard me com plain."
I I V I J /H
—A rural editor having inserted tlie
paragraph “ Mrs. Blank is a very pretty
I icrsHi.m i i i w i nn
woman, but she can’ t act,” received
the follow ing reply from the lady*,
managers; “ Dear sir: You have verj
beautiful red whiskers, hut you rail*
edit a m wspajH i. Y -ur». John Doe.’
T kv ( I kkmra for breakfai
curing »11 Skin IHnc«*»'*.
» »flic* over Ladd & Hush’s Bank, Salem I
O . IB YIELD.
Goods Cheap- °
Railroads in Central Asia.
1 T h e B U T E H S 'O 'fr T n 'E t»
issu ed M arch and, S ept.,
le a c h year. It is an e n c y .
I c lo p e d ia o f u seful
'm a t io n fo r ail w h o
ch a se th e lu x u rie s o r th e
n e ce ss itie s o f Ufa. W e
ca n c lo t h e y o u and fu rn ish y o u w ith
all th e n e ce ss a ry and u n n e ce ssa ry
a p p lia n ce s to r id e , w a lk , d a n ce , sleep ,
ea t, fish, h u n t, w o rk , g o to ch u rch ,
o r stay at h o m e , and in v a riou s s iz e s
s ty le s a n d q u a n titie s. J u st figu re ou t
w hat is r e q u ire d to d o all th ese th in g s
C 0 RF 0 RTA 3 LT. a n d y o u can m a k e a fair
estim a te o f th e valu e o f th e B U V E B 8 '
G U I D E , w h ich w ill b e se n t u p on
r e c e ip t o f 10 ce n ts to pa y postage,
M O NTG O M ERY WARD
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