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¡SHEEP ON RESERVE.
Miss Ella Gates, aged 25, of Ontairo,
\ Y„ had long been subject to faint
ing spells. While dictating a letter,
she suddenly gasped, dropped to the
floor »nd died. A poet mortem exam
ination disclosed that she had two per-
lectly formed hearts.
For the benefit of those who intend
visiting Paris during the exposition,
the Kio Grande Western railway has
p.tten out an attractive folder illustra
tive and descriptive of the main features
of the exposition. It contains some
valuable hints for intending visitors
and descriptive articles upon Place de
La Concorde, Arc de Triumphs, the
Madeleine, the Column of July, the
Trocadero, Hotel de Ville, Column
Vendome, the Louvre, the Grand ope-a
bouse, the Bourse and the tomb of Na
poleon, in addition to a bird’s eye view
of ths exposition grounds. The folder,
or pamphlet, is gotten out in handy
form, and is written in a pleasant and
attractiie style. It, in fact, gives in
little space everything one going to the
i exposition would like to know before
I starting on his journey.
I For copies of the Paris exposition
li.der and other advertising matter
iMcriptive of the Rocky mountains’
ifamoue scenery, tributary to the Rio
orande Western railway and its con
J. D. MANSFIELD, Gen’l Agent,
| «253 Washington St., Portland, Ore.
The total num bey of sheep to be al
lowed on the Mount Ranter forest re-
serv e during the coming season, under
the recent order of Secretary^ F?J*e!j,
coct. will be 250,000. This uumber is
practically the name as in previous
yetrs. Last year 260,000 were allow
ed on the reserve.
Cattle and horses are, also, to be al-
k wed on the reserve, the number of
c»ttle being limited to 5,500 and of
torses to 1,000.
These figures are
Iased upon the number of cattle and
»orees that have been estimated as go-
Jig on the reserve heretofore.
Each man desiring the privilege of
the range must make an application
which, when approved by the depart-
meat, will entitle him to a certain
part of the reserve.
Each permit to graze will contain a
qualifying clause, which providea that
those accepting the permit will pay
such charges, j>er head, for their anim
als as the secretary of the 'interior may
hereinafter decide. According to pre
vious suggestions and recommenda
tions, the secretary is expected to favor
a charge of 2 to 4 cents per head for
sheep and 10 to 12*, cents per head for
cattle and horses.
The permits which are to be issued
will prohibit Oregon sheep or cattle
grazing on the reserves in Washington.
There has been much complaint regard
ing the invasion of Oregon sheep and
cattle in Washington, and it is now
the purpose of the department to pre
vent such invasion in the future and
to reserve the grazing lands of Wash
ington for the sheep and cattle men of
Superintendent Shelter recommended
that approximately 250,000 sheep la»
allowed to graze on the reserve this
year. His actual figures were a little
less than the numlier allowed by the
secretary of the interior.
Lydi* E. Pinkham's VtjsUbl* Compound j
oures these troubles of
women, and robs men
struation of Its terrors,
ho woman need be with
out the safest and surest
advice, for Mrs. Pinkham
counsels women free of
charge. Her address Is
• Can any woman afford
to Ignore the medlolneand
the advice that has cured
a million women?
t «rmittcd—No Oregon Stock in
Is a proud Mid peerless
record. It Is a record of
çure, of constant con-
guest over obstinate ills
d women ; Ills that deal
out des pairj suffering
that many women think
Is woman's natural heri
tage! disorders and dis
placements that drive out
The famous Helena mine, Bohemia
district, Lane county. Or., which for a
long time was restrained from opera
tion through litigation, is now in full
operation. The mill was started April
1. The first 30 hours’ run produced
$7,000. It was generally known that
that the Helena mine was a valuable
property, but this lemarkable showing
goes beyond the anticipations of every
body except its owners. Mr. Jennings
states that troni the present develop
ments they have ore in sight for two
years’ work, and its value runs very
Prairie City District»
Several rich strikes are reported from
I’rairie City, the new mining town at
the head of the John Day. Lon Cleaver,
er, who is heavily interested in mining
property in that section, telephoned his
brother, E. E. Cleaver, of Portland,
that half a dozen rich strikes have been
made three miles from Prairie City.
Another rich strike was made on Dixie
Butte mountain, six miles from Prairie
City, of free gold, which was said to be
very rich. ,The bare particulars of the
strikes only were telephoned and no
details were given.
I Workmen while razing an old house
Heppner. Or., is building a two
on a farm in the village of Greene, mile iiicycle path.
Me., found a pewter cup U)>on which
Spo’..ane is working to secure the
»re the ticures “1382.” The year in
which the house was built is not Trans-Mississippi congress for 1901.
known, but the barn on the same place
A public park is the next improve
was constructed in the “forties.”
ment that is spoken of for Baker City.
A Coos bay mill has a million feet of
SHAKE INTO YOl'It SHOES
lumber on its wharf, awaiting ship
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet.
It cures painful, swollen, smarting, nerv ment.
ous fret. and instant ly takes tiie sting out
Fruit in Y’akitna county is reported
cf corns and bunions. It's the greatest not to have suffered from the recent
comfort discovery of the age. Allen's Foot-
l»'e makes tight or new shoes feel easy. frosts.
It is» certain cure for Ingrowing Nails,
At Lostine, Or., a mill man adver
oeating, callous and hot. tired, aching
jat w,- have over 30,000 teetimoniala. tises "common rough lumber at $8.50
Try it today. Sold by all druggists and per M.”
»line stores By mail for 25c. in stamps.
D. B. Hinton (“Uncle Ben”) an Ore
Trial pa, kage 'FREE. Address, Allen 8.
■ V.mstol, Le Koy, N. Y’.
gon pioneer, died in ( rook county the
4th inst., at the age of 60.
A novel cure for corns has been
Spokane expects to take in $20,000
tested by L. L. Johnson, a retired mer
chant, of Winsted Depot, Conn. For this month and next from saloons.
years he had been troubled with corns, The license is $500 per year.
»nd all the remedies he had tried had
Waterville, Wash., has granted a
failed to give relief. With a chisel telephone company the right to erect
•nd mallet he cut off three of the af poles within the town limits.
The United States government has
Nearly allaffie shoes worn in Japan let a contract for clearing the timber
and brush from land back of Fort Flag
are made of straw or wood.
ler, as a protection to the fortifications
A Sure Thing. Dr. Plunder’«
at Marrow stone [sjint against fire.
D. IE DeCann, member of the execu
tive committee of the State Shingle
Horses used for pleasure in Russia Association, of Washington, states that
|bave »round their neck a stout thin the committee has decided to try to or
Kurd with a running noose. When the ganize a close-down for two weeks, l>e-
p»im*l starts to run away, a jerk on ginning April 30. The market for
p>e cord stops him like magic, as the “clears” is strong, but “stars” are
P'me instantly stope when the cord weak, and unless the output is curtail
F®s»es his windpipe.
ed a break in the market is feared.
I Buffalo, with a population of 400,-
N. N. Garvick, a German carpenter,
•'“0. expended $173,840 on the poor who had $25 in money and a $200 draft
rear. Rochester, with 175,840 in his pockets, started with three
p*°!le. «pent $90,000, while Syracuse, tramps to "beat” the railroad from
pith alxmt 125,000 inhabitants, paid Pendleton to Spokane.
refuge in a box car. and when not far
pnt more than $200,000.
from Walla Walla Garvick was attack
|A fabri. much lighter than silk, and ed by his companions, who took his !
P*rl? as strong, is made in Australia j watch money and draft, exchanged his
U1® the web of the tarantula. Each ! crotnes and shoes for poor ones, and
r th»», p, lson,,ni<
then pitched him from the car. He
rJ.T»rds of filiiient, and eight of these | had a long difficult time reaching Spo
pwi-ted together form a single thread kane, and says he has had enough
fabric is used for ballons.
■ rT«*r 1 w"’
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»*♦3 >.?U 1D * ’,rr bas »nap« and s>y brad
1 h>J K>—«» WOO bl« So» BIDMlak-
‘ i f>el #o> u, wif. ha»ai«o u»«d
,y_ k‘b ’•'■♦flcial r«au u tur «out elomacb
um c<,,.«r«aa Si. bl Loo.» Mo
W eakrn or Gripe Mk Be. Sts
■awirwai. Raw Tar*. til
The receipts for the town of Sump
ter, Or., for the past two years have
been $10,634 and the disbursements
$10,890. The town now claims a ;»>p-
ulation of more than 4,000.
A burning question in Albany, Or.,
is whether an ex-poundm»ster is keep
ing his two dogs with one license. The
present poundmaster says his distin
guished predecessor is running a
"thimble game” on him, by claiming
that his license receipt is for the dog
that gets into the pound.
An Ellensburg man has gone to Wal
la Walla and secured a contract for
furnishing groceries to the penitentiary
for the next six months.
Lawrence Old« captured a black I-ear
weighing 400 pound» in a steel trap -n
the bank of the Tillamook river a few
Miss Nellie Brown, daughter of
Salmon Brown, of Salem, and grand
daughter of John Brown, of Osawa-
tomie. has joined the Salvation Army,
and will devote her talent as violinist
to that organisation, she is 22 rear»
Appear»,,, ot Irregularity In th«
era I Situation.
Bradstreets’ says: Backward spring
weather conditions have figured con
siderably in disrtibntive trade reports
this week, and in connection with
some weakuess in prices of leading
stocks have imparted an appeaiaiice of
irregularity to the general situation.
Another of those downward swings
in the prices of agricultural staples is
exhibited this week in »lightly lowered
prices for the cereals, partly because
of the bearish sentiment of immediate
supplies and partly because of the bet
ter than expected government crop re
port, wnich is taken to indicate a pos
sible winter-wheat yield in excess of •
Corn and oats have sympathized with |
the teaction in pork products, which
reaction, however, has not been uni
versal. as shown by the fact that lard
is ,.t the highest poiut reached on the
Evidences accumulate that active
missionary work in favor of lower
prices for iron and steel is at last bear
The strength of raw sugar is a reflec
tion chiefly of the fact that a consider
able shortage is looked for in the sup
plies of cane sugar, net only in Cul>a,
but in the far East.
A slight upward swing in cotton is
to lie noted this week, and Southern
mills have advanced prices. On the
other hand, while the mills are active
on old orders, new business is reported
of smaller volume.
Wheat, iuluding flour, shipments l^r I
the week aggregate 2,896,653 bushels,
against 3,836,936 bushels last week.
Business failutes for the week num
ber 152, as compared with 182 in the
United States last week.
Harrison’s Ho«t r»»inu» Ca««.
"It is doubtful,” said an Indlauapolls
lawyer the other day. “whether Gen.
Harrison recalls a certain case which
be tried out tn Indiana that was more
remarkable id its way than the session
of the Venezuelan arbitration. Of the
tour counsel only one had ever been
heard outside of bis own state, and the
judge had merely a local reputation.
Yet within 12 years one of the quar
tette ha * been elected i iee-pieaident of
the United Statdk, another one presi
dent, still another United States sena
tor. and the judge bad risen to the cir
cuit bench and had filled two cabinet
post». It was So political case, and
each (tarty chose its most famous repre
sentative to represent it. Mr. Harrison
aided the United Spates district attor
ney, and Senator Dail I. Turpie and
Vice-President Thomas A. Hendricks
ap|>eared for the Democrats. The judge
was Walter (^. Greshatu. who had been
appointed disrtict attorney for In-liana
less than nine years before.”—Phila
FAIR WOMEN SPEAK.
.................... - 1
Pe-ru-na Works Wonders for the Gentler Sex in
Our Relation« to Others^
We are not Robinson Crusoes, living
each one oil his owu little island alone.
There are other people and they are all
alxiut us. Their lives touch ours on
many fioiuta and their iut< rests inter
lace with ours. In seeking to live out
our own life to its utmost, we soon be
come aware of limitations caused by
duties to others. In a sense, the whole
world has its claim t'|>on us; and then»
is no man. woman or child anywhere
whom we are not to consider, to whom
we are not a debtor. The law of love
to our neighbor leaves nobody out. The
wounded man by the wayside, whoever
he may 1«, we must not pass by. This
MRS. COLONEL HAMILTON.
relation to others is one which must He
considered in every true life. We may
not think of self only, ignoring the
That Pe-ru-na has become a hoiim»-
whole world and devoting all our hold remedy in the home of Mrs. Col
PACIFIC COAST TRADE.
thought and energy to the culture of onel Hamilton is well attested by a
our own character, the making of our
letter from her, which says:
give my testimony as to the merits of
Onions, new, $3.25® 4.00 per sack.
Sorry Now He Wait Honest.
Lettuce, hot house, 45c per duz.
your remedy, Pe-ru-na.
I have been
Master—Yes, boys, “Honesty is the
Potatoes, new, $17® 18.
hiking the same for some time, and am
best policy,” It will surely bring its
Beets, per sack, 75®85c.
reward. 1 am glad to have a good ex enjoying better health now than 1 have
Turnips, per sack, 60c.
ample of honesty among your own for some years. I attribute the change
Carrots, per sack, 75c.
uumber. William Williams, stand up. to Pe-ru-na, and recommend Pe-ru-na
l’arsnips, per sack, 75®85c.
W. W. rises.
to every woman, believing it to be
Cauliflower, 85® 90c per dozen.
"Now, William, when I was coming especially beneficial to them.”
Cabbage, native ami California,
to school this morning 1 happened to Hamilton’s residence is 259 Goodale
$1.00® 1.25 per 100 pounds.
Apples, $1.25® 1.50 per
out the slightest knowledge of the fact, street, Columbus, Ohio.
Prunes, 60c per lox.
Butter—Creamery, 22c per pound; and you, like an honest boy, returned
dairy, 17® 22c;orauch, 17c per pound
you to do such an act when you might 1214 No,th >u-
perior street, Ra
have kept it for yourself.”
cine City, Wis.,
Poultry—13® 14c; dressed, 14® 15c;
says: “1 feel so
well and g.s.d
Hay—Puget Sound timothy, $12.00;
Called III« HliilT.
choice Eastern Washington timothy,
One of the boys was bragging of his now that pen
manifold accomplishments, until one cannot descrilie
Corn—Whole, $23.00; cracked, $23; of the company at the round table lost
it. Pe-ru-na is
feed meal, $23.
patience and said, in a gruff voice:
everything to me. I feel healthy and
Barley—Rolled or ground, per ton,
“Now, we’ve heard enough about
well, but if 1 should lie sick 1 would
what you can do. Come, tell us what
Flour—Patent, per barrel, $3.25; there is you can’t do. and I’ll under- know what to take. I have taken sev
blended straights, $3.00; California, talse to do it myself.”
eral Imttles for female coinplaint.
$3.25; buckwheat flour, $6.00; gra
“Well,” replied the student, with a am in the change of life and it does
ham, per barrel, $3.00; whole wheat yawn, “1 can’t pay my account here. me good. ”
flour, $3.00; rye flour, $3.80®4.00.
■ So glad to find you’re the man to do
Have you catarrh of the head, throat,
Millstuffs—Bran, per ton, $18.00; it.”—Collier’s Weekly.
lungs, stomach or any other organ of
shorts, per ton, $14.00.
He Wa» Too Dark.
the bod#? If so, write to Dr. Hart
Feed—Chopped feed, $19.00 per ton;
Photographer—Is there any partic man at once. He will send you direc
middlings, per ton, $20; oil cake meal,
ular way in which you would like to tions for treatment without charge
per ton. $30.00.
Fresh Meats—Choice dressed beef . be taken?
Address Dr. Hartman, Columbus, ().
Negro—Yes, sah. If there’s no de
steers, 7*s®8c; cows, 7c; mutton 8c;
pork, 8c; trimmed, 9c; veal, 8 !» ® tention, I’d like to be taken in light
Jerome K. Jerome declares the be
ginning of his good fortune was when
Hams—Large, 13c; small, 13'4;
Million« for Baseball«
the inundation of his father’s mines at
breakfast bacon, 12,'2c; dry salt sides,
A million of dollars arc siient every year
upon the game of baseball, but large as Cannon Chase, England, so'it him out
tiiis sin..’is. it cannot begin to equal the into the world in seuroh of work.
amount spent by p«ople in search of health.
Fort I »nd Market.
There is a ¿sn- method of obtaining
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
Wheat — Walla Walla. 54 @55c; strength, and it is not a costly one. We ing Hvrup the best remedy to use for the'V
Valley, 54c; Bluestem, 57c per bushel. urge those who have spent much and lost OblMreu during the teething period.
Flour—Best grades, $3.00; graham, hope to try Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.
The emperor of Germany is collect
It strengthens the stomach, makes digest
$2.50; superfine, $2.10 per barrel.
ion easy and natural, and cures dyapep-ia, ing playing cards, He hits examples of
Oats—Choice white, 35®36c; choice constipation, biliousness and weak kid-
some of the earliest known, and »peci-
gray, 34c per bushel.
mens from every country in the world
Barley—Feed barley, $14® 14.50;
where they are in common use.
brewing, $17.00® 17.50 per ton.
Millstuffs—Bran, $13 per ton; mid
Piao's Cure for Consumption is nil in-
Sabbath. fnllible medicine foremiah» and colds N.
dlings, $19; shorts, $15; chop, $14 per Chicago, on a recent
Through them the Rev. John A. Dowie W. 8 a Misi-, Ocean Grove, N.J Feb, 17,1906.
Hay—Timothy, $9® 10; clover, $7@ conducted services and preached, gave
In Waukegon, Win., there is an old
7.50, Oregon wild hay, $6® 7 per ton. out the hymns, etc., although he was church which for 88 years has been
Butter—Fancy creamery, 40®45c;
without a steeple. A storm struck the
80®87}<c; White Lake, Mich. His voice was dis steeple in 1862 and it fell upon an ad
store, 25 @32 Jac.
joining house, wrecking it. The owner
Figgs—12c per dozen.
of the house obtained an injunction re
Cheese—Oregon full cream, 13c,
straining the church tiustees from
We offer One Hundred Dollar« Reward for sny
Y’oung America, 14c; new cheese lOi case of Catarrh that can not bo cured by Hall’s erecting another spiie.
, Catarrh Cure.
_ . .
Iteg'ilate Hie Liver.
F J. CIIENEY A CO., Prop« , Toledo, O.
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, $3.50® I We the
undersigned, hove known I'. J. Cheney
Irregularity kill«. At th* flr»i «urn take Ca»
4.50 per dozen; hens, $5.00; springs, for the paat 15 year«, and Irelleve him perfectly caret» Candy Cathartic. Keep a I m > x liHinly at
honorabl in all busin «« tran«actl<Qi and lln-
home; tn your pocket. In your d»»k. All drug
$2.50® 3.50; geese, $6.50® 8.00 forold; ancially
able to carry out any ubllgnuous made KlAta. 10c, 26c, Me.
$4 firstname.lastname@example.org; ducks, $5.50®6.00 per by tuelr firm.
W sst A T rvax ,
A Newark bride, after her retnru
turkeys, live, 10® He pet
Wholesale Drugr-ista, Toledo,
from the honeymoon, ;M»rauaded her
M aidiso , K isman A M actis ,
V< nolesale Drug iat», Toledo. O.
husband to accompany her to church.
Potatoes—80® 50c per sack; sweets,
n»11'»Catarrh Cure lat ken n- rnaily «crlng
He had not been in chgireh for lOyears,
dlreetly on ibe blood and m cone »urfa- e« < m
2®2z‘4O per pound.
the »y»r m. Prl e 75c per bo’tle. oo.d by aU
and he reluctantly consented. IniHgine
Vegetables—Beets, $1; turnips, 75c; drug:
lata. Teattmonl .l» free.
the bride’s humor when she aaw him
per sack; garlic, 7c per pound; cab
Hall a Family Pul« r- th beat.
enter the pew with a cigar in his
bage, l*tc per pound; parsnips, 75;
A St. Petersburg paper has the fol -mouth, at which he was contentedly
onions, $2.50®3.00; carrots, 50c.
lowing interesting item concerning ra ! puffing.
Hops—3® 8c per found
Wool—Valley, 16® 18c per pound tions in the British army: “The Eng
The death of James Parson, of Dev
Eastern Oregon, 10® 15c; mohair, 27® lish have plenty of food for their sol
diers, but, like the Malays, they feed onshire, England, is announced. He
80c per pound.
was known as “The Kinging .naehino”
Mutton—Gross, liest sheep, wethen their men on tiger’s flesh to make them because he had memorized and could
and ewes, 4'»c; dressed mutton, 7®
sing alsint 4,oo() aonga. One evening
7}»c per pound; laml>s, $2.50 each.
Ernest Carhart, a barber in the min he made and won a bet that he could
Hogs—Gross, choice heavy, $5.00;
ing camp of Chemung, Idaho, after re go on singing until daylight without
light and feeders, $4.50; dressed, moving the beard of a customer, Femi
repeating any song
$5.000 6.50 per 100 popnds.
nized him ss Christopher Manning,
Beef—Gross, top steers, $4.00® 4.50;
We wish to call the attention of our
who had obtained bis wife’s affections
cows, $3.50®4.00; dressed beef, 6l»@ years before, in Dresden, Me. The readers to the particular merits of
7?»c per pound.
barlier procured a pistol and shot Man “Five Drop«.” an actual cure for rheu
Veal—Large, 6jt®7z'»c; small, 8®
matism, maiiufactured by the Hwanson
ning dead as he sat in the chair.
8 '«c per pound.
Rheumatic Cure Co.. 160 latke street,
Tallow—5«t5*Yc; No. 2 and grease
Chicago. This remedy is successfully
3}»® 4c |>er pound.
used by both the Boers and British-
Ainen ans in Africa today, and has
Sun trsnrisro Market.
been the means of slaving niu-h jain
Wool—Spring—Nevada, 13® 15c pel
and distress on both sides,
pound; Eastern Oregon, 12® 16c; Val
no better remedy, no surer cure for
Com» to a certain j-»rrentage of all the those who are troubled with rh< nma-
ley, 20®22c; Northern, 10® 12c.
11® 13c pel people. Probably 75 per cent, of theag tism. Sample bottle 10 cents, Write
people are cured every year by Hmsd’a for it today. _____________
Butter — Fancy
17c; Sarsaparilla, and we hope by this adver
A gigantic mushroom, weighing
do seconds, 16®16'?e; fancy dairy, tisement to get the other ‘25 per eent. to
16c; do seconds, 13® 15c per pound. take Hood’s Sarsaparilla. Il has ma-le thre« pound«, hmm recently found in
fancy ranch, more people well, effected more wonderful Sonoma county, Cnl. The top waa 40
cures than any other medicine in the inchm in circumference, and the item
Millstuffs — Middlings, $17.00 @ world. Its strength as a blood purifier is 11 in<«hefl long ami two inchee thick.
demonstrated by its matTeloua cure« of
20.00; bran, $12.50® 13.50.
Cnmp-pnt anth-ntie» state that
Hay—Wheat $6.50® 9.50; wheat and Scrofula
South America ha» greater und»velo|ied
oat $6.00(49.00; l>eet barley $5 00® Scale Head
Boils, Pimples reaources than any other section of the
7.it); alfalfa, $5 00® 6.50 per ton; All kind« of Humor Psoriasis
world. Any crop grown elsewhere can
straw, 25®4oc per bale.
l>e duplicated there, and the country
potatoes—Early Ro«e, 60® 75c; Ore
alxruuda in mine» of coal, silver and
gon Burbank«, 60c®$1.00; river Bur- Catarrh
gold, most of which have only been
tanks, 40® 70c; salinas Burl-anas, All of which are prevalent at thia season slightly developed.
>j0- ®1.10 per sack.
You need Hood « Sarsaparilla now. It
Squirrels ar» numeros in Madiaon,
Citrus Fruit—Grange», Valencia, will do you wonderful g -xi.
Win. They are so tame that they sit
$1.5®3 25; Mexican lime». $4 OO® ,
oo the park l*n hre bmidea the human
5. I; California lemon» 75c® $1.50. I
sojourner», and they are often seen
do choice $1.75® 2.OO j»-r lox.
dodging the trolly car». There in an
Tropical Fruits—Banana», $1 50®
unwritten law that they tnuat not lie
2 50 per bunch; pineapple», nom-I
harmed by any cue, and »ven Ilia boy»
inal; Fer-ian dates,
reapect this law.
la Anierua a Greatest Blood Medicine.
of the Blood
MISS ANNIE WYANDOTTE.
MISS OLARA STOECKER.
Miss Annie Wyandotte, qneeu of the
Miss Clara Stoecker says: “1 ha(?,
operatic stage and dramatic soprano, ' chronic catarrh for over a year. 1
tried many reyiedies, but found no re-
. lief until I saw an advertisement in
“Fifteenth St. and Jackson ave.,
the pa|«»r of your treatment for chronic
Kansas City, Mo.
! catarrh. 1 tried it an-l I think I am
now well. 1 recommend Pe-ru-na to
"Dear Sir—Pe-ru-na has l>een my all my friends who are afflicted with
salvation. It has given me o,.ck a catarrh.” Miss Stoecker lives at Pitts-
beautiful voice, a gift of Go,’® it has
brought me once more to my <jd pro
fession. I can talk now, and sing,
where before, I couid scarcely whisper.
Oklah o m a,
Cail you wonder at my delight? 1 wish
every person who is suffering as I suf
si n c e r •
fered might know Pe-ru-na. Only
those who have been afflicted can ever
the good ad-
know the intense satisfaction and grati
tude that comes with a complete cure.
My voice was completely gone. April
15 I felt so elated over the restoration
not believe I
of my voice that 1 inserted an adver
tisement in The Star for vocal pupils. living now if it were not for you. I
The advertisement, which cost me 65 had suffereil with flow of blood for four
cents, brought me five pupils, and that months, and the doctors could help me
was the oeginning of my present largo but little. They operated on me three
class. Y’ours gratefull,
times. It was very painful ami 1 only
obtained little relief. 1 was so weak
A congestion, intlaniation or ulcera I could not turn in bed Then I ap-
tion of the uiuc'jus membrane, whether pliiirl to Dr. Hartman. I did not know
of the head, stoniHch, kidneys, or other whether he could help me or not, but I
organ, is known to the medical profes followed his advice, and used only
sion as catarrh. It is known by differ three laittlesof Pe-ru-na and Man-a-lin.
ent names, such as dyspepsia, Bright's Now 1 am well and strong as I ever
disease, female complaint, diarrhoea, was, thanks to your rem-hlies. ” Pelvic
bronchitis, consumption and a host of catarrh has become so frequent that
other mimes. Wherever there is a con most women are more or less afflicted
gested mucous membrane there is with it. It is usually culled female
catarrh, acute or chronic.
Are the best that can be made.
is or can be superior to a Mitchell Wagon,
because it is made of the best material -
by experienced workmen which, cou
pled with 65 years’ experience in build
ing wagons, during which time the man
ufacturers have had but one aim, and
that to produce the best possible to build,
is a guarantee of quality. If you buy a Mitchell Wagon, you get the best that can be
made. AGENTS EVERYWHERE. If none in your vacinity, we will sell to
Send for circulars.
MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAVER CO.
Branches at Spokane, Seattle, Salem, McMinnville,
Medford and I.a (Irande.
Mention till* paper.
bam, wall coatiug.
In 5 lb. paper package«, made ready for uh « io
white «nd fourteen beautiful tints by mixing
with cold water.
It 1« a cement that goe«
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ami iron leiiclne: ogle« railing, «e- si« Alder.
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oil its old coat« before renewing.
YariouM kalMjmineson the market, being durable
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customer^should insist on having the g(xxla in
packages properly labekwl. They should reject
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Prevent« much ticknea«, particularly throat and
lung difllcultifMi, attributable to unsanitary
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In a paper published by the Michigan State
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AiabaMtinn ran lie u«ed on either
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anil any one ran bruwhiton. It admits of radi-
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lirist etT««rta. Alabastina is manufactured by the
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Instructive and interesting booklet mailed free
to all applicants»
JOHN POOL®, P ortland , O regon .
can five you the bent l>iirgnliiH in general
machinery, engine«, boiler«, tank. m , pumps,
plow«, belts and windmill«. The n» w
steel IXL windmill, «old by him, is un-
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RrqHirtHi Aom« «<»rt of a tonic that Ch un« out
the ini pitrItifi. One thul really doe« tilts and
Hoore’s Revealed Remedy
And d<H-« It thorotighiy. PleuManl to take <1 00
al your druggist's.
BUFFALO PITTS CO.
Ne* W l>«»ubl® Cyllnflwr Farm
niutlwr« Mini Tlir«'«hliig Machinery
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