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D ltfe r e o e e .
A. H. Kirkland of Beaton Is conduct
H u lu rp u a x l all other uiwlicluvs. in merit, ing a light against the moth. He lias
dales and cures.
Imported from Zurich a great quantity
Its success, treat as It has been, has ap
of uioth parasites, and with the help
parently only Just be tun.
It received more testimonials in the last two of tile little creatures he and the peo-
years than any previous two—over 40.000.
i We of Mussuchusetts hope to obliter
It has the abidint confidence o f the people— ate the moth completely.
the strontest proof o f its unequaled worth.
“Our work may succeed,” said Mr
It purifies the blood, cures all blood dis
Kirkland recently, “ or we may err
eases. all humors and all eruptions.
It strentthens the stomach, creates an somewhere, and It may full. It must
succeed If we make no mistakes— but
appetite and builds up the whole system.
It cures that tired feeling and makes the then, yon know, mistakes are common.
“ Mistakes are common everywhere.
t o t e : o » i £ ln new ub,et f°™- I heard a lawyer and a doctor taunt-
i Ing ouo another this afteruoou about
■ • r r i a * . H a d B e e n a F a ilu r e .
“ ‘You make n good many mis
I f luarrluge liud been a failure thla
takes, I suppose,’ the lawyer said.
civilization would not be here.
“ ’You too, no doubt,' said the doc
So many men are brave after the
“ ‘But doctors’ mistakes are often
Many compensations have come ln
burled deep under ground,’ said tbe
life that are not Included lu our pay.
One of the very heat remedies for un
“ ‘Yes,’ said the doctor, ‘and law
pleasant conversation la to stop tulklng.
yers’ mistakes often swing six feet In
Sometimes we send a thief to cutch
tbe a ir !' ”
a thief that robbed a thief.
The golden calf will always be wor
F a lla c y A b o a t J e w e le r s .
shiped. though It wear the tall of a
Jewelers, when watches are with
monkey or the ears of an ass.— Ameri
them for repairs, are frequently Insult
can Illustrated Magazine.
ed with the remak:
“ I trust there Is no danger of crys
To Break la New Shoes.
Always .hake in Allen's Foot-Ewe, s powder. tals being substituted for tbe Jewels in
It cure, hot, sweating, aching.'swollen feet.
Cure, corn., ingrowing nail, and bunion.. At the works of my watch,”
For a great many persons think there
all uruRgl.l. and .aoe .torse,20c. Don't accept
any substitute. Sample m .iled FREE. Address are dishonest Jewelers who make a
Allen 8. Olmsted. !e Roy, N. V.
practice, with “ full-jeweled” watches,
of substituting crystals for tbe Jewels
P ardo n ed .
-Who Is that distinguished-looking at an enormous profit.
As a matter of fact, there Is no truth
man?” asked the stranger.
“ Dat man save me a good deal of In this suspicion. A Jeweler, no matter
trouble once," replied the man on the how dishonest, could not steal the Jew
corner. “ He Interrupted me ln de mid els ln a watch, for they nre valueless;
they only cost 10 cents apiece.
dle of a sentence and----- ”
In antique watches the Jewels were
“ Ah. I see. You were going to say
often costly. In modern watches they
aomething Improper and----- ”
“ N aw ! I wuz In de penitentiary an’ are never worth more tbun (15 a gross.
be wuz Governor of de State at de
time.” — Philadelphia Ledger.
H e W a s L o o k in g A h ead.
In a cozy chair Mr. Trouble Hunter
P r e s e n t -D o r P h ilosoph y-
sat In front of a big warm stove, but
These fellows who are eating brain looked sad as the smoke curled from
food ln the hope of Unding brains are his clear Havana cigar.
Ills lovely wife placed her arm on
It Is better to be a man with a boe the top of the chair back and with the
than a rake.
other band stroked bis troubled brow.
Never undervalue yourself — tbe
“ Has something gone wrong ln busi
worl dwlll do that for you.
ness, dear?” she asked.
It Is within the scope of any man’s
He remained silent
fancy to be as big an ass as be pleases.
“ You’ve been
No permanent good comes out of any something?”
public movement that Is Inspired by
He remained silent and on his face
malice.— American Illustrated Maga care brooded.
“ What on earth Is worrying you,
dear?” she asked with tears ln her
T h e M o n o n t h e Step s.
They were going to the matinee. She voice.
“ I was just thinking,” he said sadly,
was up ln her boudoir putting on fin
ishing touches, and lie was sitting Im “ of the approach of spring, when I ’ll
hnve to take the stovepipe down.”— In
patiently on the front steps.
“ George,’ she called down sweetly, dianapolis Star.
‘‘Just one minute more until I dud my
F lftv i minutes passed.
“ George,” curne from above, “ wall
another second. I've lost my pin.’’
Twenty minutes slipped by.
“ George,” she continued, “ don’t go.
One moment A button Just Jumped off
Long silence. Then George calls
“ Hurry a little, Kthel. I f you get
down In another five minutes we can
make the evening performance. Mat
inee’s over long ago.”
D e fi n it i o n .
B r i c k , fr o m
A correspondent of Cardiff, Wales,
reports that great snnd dunes extend
for miles along tbe north coast o f tbe
British Channel. These, ln addition to
being utterly worthless for all pur
poses, are also a menace to the narrow
strip of lowlands between them and
the bills. A company of business men
have determined to put tbe sand to
some use, and If their works prove
profitable an Industry will be built up
on the dunes. The plan Is to manu
fucture bricks from sand. The experl
ment has proved a success on the conti
nent where the bricks are produced In
several colors and take a glaze satis
factorily. Some experts claim that
these bricks made of sand and lime
will be the building brick of the future
in Wales and the United Kingdom.
’T h e legitimate drama!” said the
playwright, scornfully, as Manager F i
asco handed him back bis rejected man
uscript. “ I bear nothing but ‘the legit
imate drama!’ What Is tbe legitimate
“The legitimate drama,” said Mana
M a k e , a D iffe re n c e .
ger Fiasco, coldly, “comprises all those
Dwellers ln apartment houses some
plays which their authors being dead, times seem to forget that conversations
may be produced without the payment In the entrance hulls may be overheard
o f royalties.”
by other tenants. This was the greet
ing which a belated husband received
F e m in in e A ttra c tio n .
P olly— Yes, the prettiest girl In onr at the door of his apartment recently:
“ Don’t talk to me! I know very well
Sunday school sold kisses at 99 cents
each to help along the church fair. what you would say 1 But I know—
Somehow the young men were shy you have been ofF playing poker and
lost all your money 1”
about taking them at that price.
“ No, I didn’t, my dear; I won twen
Pick— No wonder. Yon must hnve
been trying to attract the girls. Y’oung ty dollars," was the conciliating an
men are not looking for 99-cent bar swer.
The other voice suddenly modulated.
gains.— Chicago News.
“ Well, perhaps after all we women
R i b b i n g I t In .
are a little too severe— a man should
Old Sklnetn— Hub! So you want to have a little recreation now and then.”
marry uiy daughter, eb?
Young Man— Well, I guess that’s
R e fo r m N e e d e d .
about the size o f it.
’•Senator,” asked the reporter, **la thera
Old Sklnem— Um—yes. Can you sup likely to be any reform legislation in the
port her ln the style to which she has near fu ture?”
•T io b a b ly not,” answered the eminent
statcjrnan, “ but the conviction is growing
Young Man— I can—but I ’m not that there ought to be a change in the
mean enough to do it.
, form o f adm inistering the oath in courts
H o H eed
o f It.
"Can't I sell you a painless corn care,
madam," said the peddler.
“ No, you can't I” snapped the woman
of the house. “ I have no palnlesa corns.”
Then the door was shut with a sudden
slam.— Chicago Tribans.
o f justice.”
“ In what respect?”
“ W ell, it la felt that a witness should
be sworn merely to tell the truth and
noth:ng but the truth. T e llin g the whole
truth ia not only unnecessary in most
cas?s, bat la sometimes highly injudl*
The Kind You H are Always Bought has borne the signa
ture o f Chas. H . Fletcher, and has been made under his
personal supervision for over 3 0 years. A llow no one
to deceive yon ln this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
“ «lust-as-good ” are bnt Experiments, and endanger the
health o f Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is C A S T O R IA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. I t is Pleasant. I t
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. I t destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and W in d
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cares Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
The Kind Yon H aïe Always Bought
In Use For Over 3 0 Years.
IN THE NATIONAL HALLS OF CONGRESS
M o n d a y , M ay, 14.
Wazhlngton, M »y 14.— The session
of the senate today passed without an
exciting incident and without tbe adop
tion o( a (ingle amendment to tbe rail
road rate bill, notwithstanding that
measure wae under consideration prac
tically all the time from the hour of
convening, 11 o’clock, until adjourn
ment at 5:15 p m. The most charac
teristic feature of the day was the re
jection of amendments. This was ac
complished either by direct vote or by
the process of laying on the table and
one iollowed another in rapid sucee-
Among the provisions thns adversely
disposed of were several intended to fix
the liability of railroad companies for
injury to employes. The presentation
of provisions intended to accomplish
this purpose had the effect of bringing
out a practically authoritative atate-
ment'that the committee on interstate
commerce w ill report the independent
house b ill on that subject which is now
pending before it.
When the senate adjourned, the
eighth section, regulating the person
nel of the Interstate Commerce commis
sion, was under consideration and ad
journment was secured at a somewhat
earlier hoar than nsuai in the hope
that there coaid be prepared a more ac
ceptable provision covering that sub
ject than has heretofore been presented.
Washington, May 14. — The house
had under consideration today bills re
lating to the government of the District
It completed the bills
reorganizing tbe Washington public
school system, then adjonrned in the
absence of a quorum, postponing action
on the bills under
These bills w ill be taken up tomorrow.
Saturday, M a y 12.
Washington, May 12. — The senate
proceedings today were devoted ezclu-
sively to the consideration of the rail
road rate bill, and they included many
interesting and some sensational feat
ures. The actual accomplishments of
the day consisted in the completion of
the consideration of the Allison amend
ments, covering the question of review
by courts of the orders of the Interstate
There were several of theie provis
ions and all were accepted ae presented
or suggested by the Iowa senator, show
ing an almost perfect agreement among
Repnplican senators. Indeed, one of
the noteworthy featnree of the day was
the practical unanimity of the Repub
They not only voted almost
solidly lor the Allison amendments,
but were just as nearly united against
When an ad
journment wae reached, there was still
prospect of the continuance of the de
bate for next week.
Friday, M a y If,
Washington, May 11.— After passing
320 pension bills, the house today de
voted much time to considering a point
of order made by Tawney against an
appropriation for a new steel floating
drydock, provided in the naval appro-
piation bill. The chair held the point
of order well taken, in a carefully pre
Hepburn, of Iowa, made a vigorous
attack on the court martial system of
the navy, especially criticising the offi
cers responsible f >r the accidents that
have happened to ships of the navy.
A point of order against the appro
priation for the naval training station
at Lake Bloff, Illinois, was pending
when the house adjourned until Mon
Washington, May 11.— Bailey’ s non
suspension amendment, applying to or
ders of the Interstate Commerce com
mission as covered by the railroad rate
bill, which has occupied so much of the
attention of the senate in connection
with that bill, was today adversely dis
posed of by the decisive vote of 23 to
54, practically a party vote.
An amendment by Rayner confining
the court review to constitutional ques
tions was also voted down. A number
of other amendments were rejected.
An amendment limiting to two years
the life of tbe commission’ s orders was
with the consideration of the railroad
rate bill by the senate, La Follette to
day atiempted to secure the impoaitiou
of imprisonment for violations of the
provisions of the Interstate Commerce
law. He proposed terms from one to
five years, in addition to fines from
$1,000 to $20,000 (or unjust discrimi
nation, for false representation to se
cure business at less than the estab
After much discussion an amendment
was adopted restoring the penalties of
the old law.
Washington, May 10.— Shells and
projectiles for the Navy department
w ill, after June 30, 190(1, be purchased
by the bureau of Ordnance in the open
market, instead of, as now the practice,
in secret markets from firms engaged
in the manufacture of these articles.
This change in existing conditions was
brought about through the efforts of
the chairman of the appropiatione
committee, Tawney, of Minnesota, who
offered an amendment to the naval ap
propriation bills which the house had
under consideration today.
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game to the winning player, so exceptional merit in a remedy
ensures the commendation of the well informed, and as a reason
able amount of outdoor life and recreation is conducive to the
health and strength, so does a perfect laxative tend to one’s
improvement in cases of constipation, biliousness, headaches,
etc. It is all-important, however, in selecting a laxative, to
choose one of known quality and xcellence, like the ever pleas
ant Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co., a laxative which sweetens and cleanses the system effect
ually, when a laxative is needed, without any unpleasant after
effects, as it acts naturally and gently on the internal organs,
simply assisting nature when nature needs assistance, without
griping, irritating, or debilitating the internal organs in any w ay,
as it contains nothing of an objectionable or injurious nature.
As the plants which are combined with the figs in the manu
facture of Syrup of Figs are known to physicians to act most
beneficially upon the system, the remedy has met with their
general approval as a family laxative, a fact well worth con
sidering in making purchases.
It is because of the fact that SYRUP OF FIGS
Wednesday, May 9.
Washington, May 9.— The senate spent
the greater part of the day again in
the consideration o f the question of di
vorcing the production of coal and oth
er commodities from their transporta
tion, and closed that branch of its
work by adopting a modified provision
formally offered by Elkins, but origin
ally suggested by McLauria.
was again much sparring over parlia
mentary points, but there was at no
time as much confusion as on Tuesday,
and, when the coal question was finally
closed, the progress was so rapid that
the first section was entirely disposed
of before the senate adjourned. Other
amendments were also adopted, but a
long-and-short-haul provision suggested
by LaFollette was voted down by prac
tically a party vote, all but two re
publicans voting against the amend
Washington, May 9.— Nearly the en
tire time of tho house was today taken
up by two propositions— first, whether
the navy department should go into
the open market and purchase anchors,
chains and cordage, or continue to man
ufacture these articles in tho govern
ment navy yards, as is now done; and,
second, whether the cost of transport
ing coal from 'Atlantic and Gulf ports
to the Philippines in American bottoms
should be limited to $5 or $6 per ton.
On the first proposition a substitute
was adopted, giving the secretary of
the navy the right to purchase these
articles in open market i f a saving could
Tho second proposition did not carry.
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“ All my threats don’t bother him at
all,” said the collector.
"No?” replied the merchant, “ said
we could fo as far as we liked, eh?”
“ W ell— er— I think the place be men
tioned was farther than you'd like.”
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TH E COLUM BIA H YD R A U LIC RAM
O b v io u s ly .
Trusty Henchman— Senator, I think I
ought to tell you that your political stock
is running low out in our section.
Senator Lotsmun— I f there is anything
Tuesday, May 8.
the matter with my political stock you
haven’t been attending to your duty in
Washington, May 8.—Aside from a
looking after my fences— that’s all.
few minutes devoted to the reception
of the Allison amendments to the rail
Mothers w ill And Mr". Winslow’s Soothing
road rate bill and a half hour given to Syrup the best remedy to use for their children
during the teething period.
routine business, the Senate devoted its
T h o H s r d - W o r k l a g R e fo rm e r .
entire session today to the ineffectual
’’Sometimes,” said Uncle Eben, “ it
consideration of the Elkins amendment,
prohibiting common carriers from en- 'pears to me like a reformer was one o’
gaging in mining coal or in the pro desbere people dat has to talk two
duction of other commodities in compe hours an’ a half to ’spress one o’ de ten
tition with shippers, and adjourned at commandments. An’ dar wnrn’t no dis
5 p. m. in a state of great confusion as
to the exact subject before it. The dis pute ’bout dat ln de firs’ place.”—
order was due to the fact that a num Washington Star.
ber of substitutes for amendments to
the original amendment were intro
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duced. During the day, the Senate de
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward fox
cided in the affirmative the disputed any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
point that under the agreement the H all’s Catarrh Cure.
V. J. CHENKY A CO., Props., Toledo, O.
chair can entertain a motion to lay on
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
the table. It refused, however, by a Cheney
for the last 15 years, and believe him
vote of 29 to 47 to lay the Elkins pro perfectly honorable in all business transac
vision on the tablo. That amendment tions and financially able to carry out any ob
made bv their firm.
and the various motions will therefore ligations
Wasr A T r u a x , Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
be in order when the rate bill is taken W a l d i n o , K i n n a n A M a e v i n , Wholsssle Drug
gists, Toledo, O.
Washington, May 8__ The House of
Representatives devoted the day to the
naval aopropriation bill, and accom
plished the reading for amendment of
the first 15 pages. During this time sev
eral topics incident to the measure were
discussed, including the difficulty o f ob
taining enlisted men in the navy, the
location of tho naval training station on
the Great Lakes, the cost of smokeless
powder, and finally the expenditure of
200,000 n year for chains for ships. This
last matter was under consideration
when the House adjonrned.
The army appropriation bill was sent
Thursday, May 10.
to conference with all of the Senate
Washington, May 10.— In connection amendments disagreed to.
any remedy <
quality or inferior reputation. Every family should have a
bottle of the genuine on hand at all times, to use when a
laxative remedy is required. Please to remember that the
genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale in bottles of one size
only, by ail reputable druggists and that full name of the
company— California Fig Syrup Co., is plainly printed on
the front of every package. Regular price, 50c per bottle.
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-IE C O L U M B IA H Y D R A U L IC R A M is a simply constructed and
inexpensive machine that can utilize a small fall of w ater (or the purpose
of raising a portion of it to any desired height. It is the farmer's friend in the
'd r y season' and is indispensable to those owning land high above ditches. It
will furnish w ater for domestic purposes, even elevating pure w ater of the spring
by means of the impure or muddy water, as found in some streams. Requires
Practically no cost of maintenance, there being no parts to get
out of order. A ram will pay for itself in a short time. Every ram installed is
giving utmost satisfaction. W e keep a large stock constantly on hand. W rite
to our Hydraulic Department today for illustrated literature.
H a llfs F a m ily P ills a re th e b est.
W h a t F a th e r T h o s g h t.
A New Tork teacher o f Instrumental
music was one day telling tbe father of
a pupil, a lad o f 10 years, o f the prog
res« made by tbe hoy ln bts studies.
" I think he Is Improving a great deal,”
said tbe professor. ” Hs will certainly
learn to play tbe piano."
**Is that so?” asked tbe father, much
gratified. ” 1 didn’t know whether he
was really improving or whether I was
merely getting used to I t ”— Harper’s
C olumbia E ngineering W orks
W A ST E D T O A SH ADO W ,
diminer Plans Revolution.
Chandler Will Strike Back.
Tenth and Johnson Streets
Washington, May 15.— Reports have B u t F ou n d a C u r e A fte r Fifteen Years
Washington, May 15.— There is to be
another chapter to tbe exciting senate reached the State department of the
o f S u ffe rin g
incident Saturday, when tbe president organization of another revolutionary
The total length of the railways of the
A. H. Stotts, messenger et the State
denounced as an “ anqaalifled false movement directed against tbe govern Capitol, Columbus, O., says:
world is stated to be 454,000 miles.
hood” tbe statement attributed to ex- ment of Preeident Caceree, of Santo
"F o r fifteen years I
It is understood that the
Senator Chandler tbat tbe president Domingo.
hod kidney troubles,
bad harshly criticised Senators Spoon island of Porto Rico is the base of
end though 1 doctored
o u g l a s
er, Knox and Foraker in connection operations, and it ia supposed that ex
faithfully, could n>»
with the railway rate contest.
Mr. President Morales and Jimines are the
find a care.
Chandler tonight merely replied to an leaders of the movement. Instructions
heavy backaches, die- W - l . D o u g la e 8 4 .OO G ilt E d g e L in e
c a n n o t b e e q u a lle d a t a n y p r ic e .
inquiry that it was late in life lor him have been sent to the inenlar governor
sy headaches and ter
to be accused of a falshood by a presi of Porto Rico to take steps to carry out
dent and that he would have something the neutrality laws, which would pre-
dera. One day I col
j vent depaiture of hoetiie expedition.
to any at length within 48 hours.
lapsed, fell insensible
W. L. D
PO RTLAN D , OREGON
W A U l) K . B U R T O N .—A ssayer and Chemist.
M O IAHulvillf,
Cnlorudn. Hpcclmen prices: Gold,
S ilver, L* ail, |1; Gold, S ilver, 75c; Gold, W e; Zinc or
Copper, f l . Cyanide tents. M ailing envelop*** Htid
lull price list Hent on application. C ontrol and Um-
p're w'*-U »»»Melted.
R eferen ce: Carbonate No-
I tlonal Bank.
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May Vary Blxe o f Farms.
N avy Men Did Well.
Washington, May 8.—Acting Secre
Washington, May 8.— The bouse to
day passed the bill authorizing the sec tary of the Navy Newberry has laid
retary of the interior to fix farm units 'before the president a report of cases
on government irrigation projects any I of gallantry and signally efficient per-
where from 10 to 160 aeree, according Ifortnances of duty by officers and men
to the productivity o f the soil and the of the navy in connection with the San
kinds of crops that can be raised. The Francisco disaster. The data were col
bill contains a proviaion authorizing lected by direction of the president, and
the ante of lota in the townaites o f Ru the acting secretary’s report embodies
pert, Heyburn and Sherer, Idaho, the extracts from letters and telegrams
expenses to be defrayed from the recla from Rear-Admiral Goodrich command
mation fund. Until this bill passes, er in-ehief of the Pacific, sqoadron ; Rear-
these lots cannot be sold, for the land Admiral B. If. Mcf'alla, and Lieutenant-
office has no funds to sell them under Commander Henry C. Haines, of the
tho general townsits laws.
California Needs Another Judge.
Washington, May 15.— The members
of the California delegation in rongreaa
today n et in conference with Secretary
Metcalf and discuss d the qneetion of
an additional circuit judge for Califor
nia, as well as the argent need of lib
eral appropriat ona both for the con
struction of n<w federal buildings in
Sun Francisco a. d the proper repairing
of othera. lo t ranee litigation will, it
is believed, m ale an additional judge
Cnba Wants Better Terms.
Havana, May 8.— A sub committee of
the joint committees of all the commer
cial and industrial nssocistions of Cuba
has submitted to the full committee a
report on the general basis for the ne
gotiations for a new commercial treaty
with the United States, ft ia under
stood the full committee approves of
the report. It is said the report asks
for more favorable treatment for augar, ’
for which Cuba would be willing to
give more favorable treatment to
Vivirlcau cottone and food products, j
on the sidewalk, and
then wasted away In
bed for ten weeks. After beiug given
up, I began nslng Doan’ s Kidney Pills.
In a couple of months I regain»'! my
old health, and now weigh 188 pounds.
Twelve boxes did it, and I have been
well two yean .”
K ild by all dealer*.
50 cent* a box.
Foatar-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Portland Trade Directory
N a r r e « and A d d re s s e s in P o rtla n d o f R ep rä
s en ta tive Business Firms.
H < Ilf i Nl P I’ Ul MM; Kodak developing and print-
lo g ; w rite for prices. W oodard, C larke A Co.
M A G IC L A N T E R N » — W eim er Co.,
Low est prices on la n te rn s and Slides.
H.LAHTIC IIO ^ IM R Y ; Hunp»jr;er*, Braces; K nit to
K it; iree measurement blanks: W oodard, Clarke.
H O K m K h o f all kinds for sale at very reasonable
prices. In qu ire 275 Front Ht.
I R U H KKS sent on ap proval; w » guarantee fit la
most difficu lt cases; Woodard, Clarke .% Co.
A R T I F I C I A L K’YhM ; eyery shade and shape; as
sortment sent on approval; W oodard, 11 urge Co
C R K A M H K P A R A T O K A - W e gnarantce lhe If. H.
parator to be the best. W rite lor free cala og.
Hazel wo»«»I Co., KWh and Oak.
On the Traff
•with m Fish Brand
follow ed tha
tra il from Texas
cold, s w in d cost
w h en w in d y , s rain cost w h en it rained,
and fo r s c o v e r at night If w e got t o bed,
and 1 w ill sa v th at T have gotten m ors
com fort out o f y o u r slicker than any other
o n « article th a t 1 e ver o w n e d ."
(T V name and addreaa of the writ#r of this
W e t W e a th e r G arm ents fo r R idin g, W a lk
ing, W o r k in g o r S p ortin g.
HICHEST AWARD WORLO S FAIW, 1904,
9 . 1 . a .
TO W ER C ANAD IAN
D O U G L A S AM K E S A S E L L S M O RS.
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THAR ARY OTHER
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T H E ¥ iU R L D ,
anyone who rjn
d.iprovt this ststtmtst.
If I could take you In to m v th re e la r g e factories
a t B ro ck to n , M ass., and s h o w y o u th e In fin ite
c a re w ith w h ich e v e r y p a ir o f shoes Is made, you
w o u ld r e a liz e w h y
I.. D o u e l i i f.t 50 shoes
cost m o re to m ak e, w h y th e y hold th e ir shape
tit b e tte r, w e a r lo n g e r, and a re o f g r e a te t
In trin sic va lu e than a n y o th e r $.1.80 shoe.
W . L O o u g l a a S t r a n g M n d a Sh m m m t o r
M a n . $ 2 . B O . 3 2 .0 1 9 . B o y a ' S c h o o l B
O r o a a S h o o a . 3 2 . B O , 3 2 , B 1 .T B .3 1 .B O
A . J. T O W E R CO,
M K N ’ S C l/ lT H I N U - Biiffum »% Pendleton, Mila
agen s A lfred Benjam in A Co.’ s correct cloth««.
K very thing In men’ s furnishings.
H.xth streets. Opposite postotIW-e.
C A U T I O N . - 1» » ’**
having W L.lk.ug
shoes. Take no substitute. None genuine
without his name and price stainpe»l on bottom.
P O U L T R Y FOOD—I f you want your hens h
more eggs w rite us for
R ee p
R IN A P O C
U L L T T K
Y F ALD I
A cbw M ills Co.,
Port end, *»r« gon.
11A X OH A O RM A It M — Oldest piano house on Pa
cific co m ’. Organs and Plano« on easy payments.
W rite for list. Let us»juote you a pr.ee. A llen A
G llbert-R am aker Co., Portland, Oregon.
T P . I K O I U P M Y T L I G H T F R E E . C om
plet- course an i rosi* on a»-cured w hen g »urinated
I bis o ffer good on ly fo r short tim e
W r te for par*
t k l i g r a p h in s t it u t e
Grand Tb.>at e Building, Portland, Oregon.
ti.uara. P a c i f i c
r . n . u.
Na. 20 00
P o st Color f u r l f t i unrrtt; they Hill not woar brassy.
Write for Illti*trnt«d Catalog.
W . L D O L O L A » . It ro c k t o a . Mass.
r V i f H E I f w r i t i n g t o ad v e r t í s o rs p ia
m e n t io n t h
h l l « p a p a r.