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P L A Y IN G S H Y L O C K .
D re s s in g
OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
V A LLE Y GRAIN L O O K S W E LL.
G IF T S FOR BAY C T Y
S C H O O LS.
Hops Give Promise o f Yielding an Circular Letter I* Sent Out by O re
gon State Superintendent.
8alem— Crcp prospects in the conn-
Salem— J. H . Ackerman, superin
try earronndiug Fslem e re very encour tendent of public instruction, has issu
aging. The reports ol sphia and Hes ed a circular suggesting that the re
sian fly are beard only from the Howell spective public schools of the state de
prairie neighborhood and are not com vise ways and means for th « r.iaii-g of
ing from any other section. An exten money to be turned into the San Fran
sive travel as far south aa Stayton, cisco reconstruction fund for the re
eastward lo Scott’ s M ills and nortn to building of schools destroyed by the
Hubbard reveals a splendid stand of fire. In all, 34 school buildings were
grain and grass everwybere, with a destroyed by the fire at San Francisco,
promise of the greatest yield in many to replace which w ill cost $6,000,000.
The school authorities of the Pay
Frnit is looking well.
City have been led to receive dona
T h e b eet k in d o f a testim o n ia l —
In many places close to streams, tions, as the finances of the city are
“ B old to r o v e r s ix t y y e a r s .”
where brush is plentiful, there ie a strained to the utmost, and it wuuld be
plague of caterpillars, which are both a considerable time before, the city,
manufacturera o f
ering the trees and form a source of unaided, ronid replace the schools. It
is their purpose, whenever the contri
Hope are fine; rank growth in all butions from a given state shall reach a
yards that are taken care of.
A prom sufficient amount to erect a building,
inent grower says that O.egon w ill to name that building after the state
gather the heaviest crop of hope in ita giving the money.
H U A w fu l F a te .
A ll the school
officers and the public schools of Ore
Giles—According to the coroner’s history.
gon have been mailed circulars by Su
verdict, a mob comiwsed entirely of
women was responsible for Green’s throughout this county and there haa perintendent Ackerman.
been much substantial improvement
made on the farms. There is a notice
Wages Raised at Oregon City.
Miles— How did It happen?
able tone of prosperity everywhere.
Oregon City — The Willamette Pulp
Giles— He accidentally got near a
New dwellings, new barne, new fences & Paper company has announced an ad
>argaln counter where $1 shirt waists
greet the eye in all directions, while
were being sold at U8 cents and was paint has added its beautifying influ vance of 25 cents per day per man for
eveiy man employed at thetr mills in
trampled underfoot—Columbus Dis ence quite generally.
this city who is now r?ceiving $1.75
A great deal of permanent road work and $2 per day. Tnis advance affecte
haa been done and along the highways the wages of about 500 men and means
a marked change lor tha better haa an increase in the moutbly payroll of
been wrought by the tearing out of old about $3,750 per month, or about $45,-
rail fences, the substitution of neat 000 per annum.
Por Infants and Children.
This increase in the
wire fences and the clearing away of wage Echedule at the Oregon City mills,
the unsightly, wasteful fence rows ol it is alleged by a representative of the
brush, weeds and wild roses.
The en Willamette Palp A Paper company, hae
tire farming country breathes a spirit been contemplated by the management
of progress and prosperity.
for the last three months.
Nearly every one likes a fine
hair dressing. Something to
make the hair more manage
able; to keep it from being
top rough, or from splitting
at the ends. Something, too,
that will feed the hair at the
same time, a regular hair-food.
Well-fedhair will be strong,and
will remain where it belongs—
on the head, not on the combi
C A S T O R IA
The Kind You Have Always
Indianapolis Banking Facilities.
There are in Indianapolis, where the
National K litorial association convenes
in June, seven national banks with a
total capital of (5,000,000 and total de
posits of $33.400,000. The total snr
pins and undivided profits are $2,726,-
000. In addition there are six trust
companies with a total capita) of $ 2 , -
475,000; the surplus and undivided
profits, $1.210,000, and total depotits,
$10,300,000. A ll the banks of Indian
apolis are in excellent, condition, earn
ing fair dividends and entirely worthy
of all confidence.
M o th e rs w i l l A n d M r -. W in s lo w ’ s S o o th in g
S y ru p th e b est r e m e d y lo u s e t o r t h e ir ohildren
d u r in g th o t e e th in g p e rio d .
P r l e n d a h l p ’e T r ib u t e .
"Didn’t the wedding go off nicely!” ex
claimed Miss Sweetun, enthusiastically.
“ Yes," said Miss Tartun, “ except that
poor, dear Fan needn’t have been quite so
prompt in making her responses.
hadn't the slightest reason to fear that
Jack would repent and back out when she
had him actually at the altar.”
A Farmer's Irrigation.
Under above caption in a recent ie-
.ne of The Furrow, the following arti
"T here is at leaet one man in the
rain belt region of the United Htatee
who has solved the drouth problem,
and in overcoming his drouth night
mare he has somewhat unexpectedly
discovered that every year brings a
drouth, to a greater or less extent. ‘ I
have pnt in, as yon see,’ he said to me,
‘a simple plan of irrigating some of my
land from a little stream running
through the place which I thought
would give me crop insurance during
dry years; bat it has tanght me that
never a year goes by that there i i not
some period or periods of greater or lees
extent that a watering does not greatly
increase the crop. I can observe accu
rately, because I have my irrigated
those which get only rainfall for their
"T h is farmer’ s discovery of the effi
ciency and ease of irrigating was in a
measure accidental. A little etream
which showed a capacity— in July— of
about eix cable feet per second, or say,
2,500 gallons a minute, which is a
much smaller stream than the figures
would indicate to the unwary, rang
with a slight fall throngh a piece of
rich bottom land and at one point near
ita lower end bad been dammed by the
boys to form a bathing pool. Several
years ago, while in the midet of a de
structive drouth which was burning np
the crope even on this usually moist
bottom land, the farmer raised this
dam by throwing in earth with the
help of a plow and acoope, and erndely
flooded several acrea of cabbages, mel
ons and some recently planted late
corn. The reault waa so satisfactory
and the idea of overcoming nature no
fascinating, that the next year, after
the spring high water season, a more
substantial dam was put in at the head
of the field which enabled the flooding
of the entire bottom, with a little
rough surveying to find the levels. The
yield is stated to have been enormous,
and while the farmer’ s tendency has
been to over-imgate, he is learning
more than be ever knew before about
the great productive capacity of land
which baa enough water at the right
time, and also the great response which
comes from baavily manured soil when
well supplied with water. His dam is
a cheap affair, built entirely by labor
on the farm, and largely reconstructed
each year. It haa no storage capacity,
tha irrigation depending entirely upon
the regular flow.”
With the loee of no time or labor and
at considerably lass expense conld this
farmer have secured the same, and even
better, reenlta bv the hydraulic ram.
It works automatically after once being
started, both nights and Sunday*, too,
Jnst the same as interest and jnat as
safely. I t requires no attention what
ever, and need not be rebuilt every
year aa does tha dam. It does more
than marely to furnish water for irri
gating purposes. P art water for the
bourn and hunt la also supplied
■very enterprising farmer should in
vestigate this ram eubjeet if it ie only
with the view of supplying water to the
houee to make it easier for hie wife.
Oil in Vicinity o f Lacomb.
Albany— Representatives of Eastern
capitalists have recently been investi
gating the discovery of oil in the vicin
ity of Lacomb, Linn county, and it is
generally believed here that develop
ment of the property on a big scale w ill
he began soon.
The operations have
been conducted with secrecy, however,
and for that reason, very little definite
information can be obtained. For years
past indications of oil have been found
at different points between Lacomb and
Lebanon, and though there were no
gushere, it is believed the oil was there
in paying quantities.
Woolen Mills Are T o Resume.
Pendleton — The Pendleton woolen
mills, which have been idle for the
past year, will be in operation inside
of two weeks.
The m ill has been
leased for a year by Jacob Sbeuerman,
a well known wool buyer of San Fran
cisco. Sbeuerman is a free lance in the
wool business and will use the wool
he has bought this Besson in the opera
tion of the mills. The resumption of
work on the mills will add a payroll of
over $2,000 a month to Pendleton’ s in
come. The mills will manufacture the
Pendleton Indian robes again.
Lessons in Making Roads.
Salem — Work hae commenced npon
the mile of “ government objtct lesson
road,” being constructed under the su
pervision of the government. A . E.
Loder, assistant engineer, office of pub
lic roads, Washington, D. CL, is in the
city. D. G. Haire and Andrew W il
bert, government experts on roadbuild-
ing, are also here. Great interest is
manifested in the road, as the govern
ment w ill build only two etretebee as
an object lesson roads in the state, one
being constructed here and the other at
Improving Bad Road.
Independence — Road Supervisor J.
N. Jones is improving the atrip of road
near the Rickreall stream, between
Salem and Independence, that hae been
Buch an eyesore to travelers for several
seasons past and hae tendered travel
ing almost impossible daring the rainy
season. It hae long been known as the
worst strip of road in Polk county. The
improvements w ill make it one of the
beet sections to be fonnd anywhere in
New Assistant Matron.
Chemawa — Miss Marie Johnson, oi
San Joee, Cal., haa been appointed
assistant matron at the Chemawa In
Mies Johnson was in
California daring the earthquake, and
was among those to have their homes
shaken and destroyed. Mise Alice B.
Preuse, of Lapwai, Id «ho, has been
appointed clerk at the Indian tiaining
school. Miss Preuss haa hail several
years’ experience as teacher in Idaho
and elsewhere in the Indian service be
fore coming to Chemawa.
Edward D. Jasper Wina Prize.
University of Oregon, Eugene — The
Bennett prise, from the income of a
gift of $400 made to the university by
Philo Sherman Bennett, of New Haven,
Conn., for the beet student paper on
the principle* of free government, waa
won by Edward T). Jasper, ’ 06. Jasper
is a senior of the department of eco
nomics. He registers from La Grande.
The subject of his paper was "T h e
Basic Principles of Lawm aking." Tnis
year ie the first time the Bennett prise
has been offered.
Pool o f Tim ber Claims Sold.
Albany— A pool of 123 timber claims
in Crook and Klamath counties «a s
told in this city last week to the Dee-
chntee Lumber company for $196,800,
or $1,600 a claim. About 100 of the
claims were owned by Albany people
and were taken np in the great rash for
timber land about four years ago. The
M l* was affected by means of a pool of
the claims and was handled by the
holder* of tb* claim* themselves.
Loat Mountain o f Gold Found.
Medford— A messenger jnet in from
E lliott creek, in tb* Siskiyou moan-
tain*. reports the ditcovery of a moan-
tain of free m illing ore six mile* from
Jo* Bar and tbr*a mile* from the Blue
Ledge copper mine, avaaying $30 to
k s t k ls * S e t (k e T r a il.
$100 per ton, which appears to ba the
Mr. Aakltt— What a«a would you long eoogbt mother lode of the Apple-
rather bar* lived In. Misa Thlrtlodd?
Dr. Reddy, who is now
Misa Thlrtlodd— In tb* birthday 1 «* on the ground, pronounce* it th* most
a i*. I think.
marvelous l«dg* be ever sew.
Will Increase Business.
Medford — The Butte Falls Lumber
company announces that it now has its
sawmill plant at Bntte Falls in condi
tion to pnt out at least 140,000 feet of
lumber a day, just as soon as the Med
ford A Crater Lake railroad is extended
to its timber belt. The large acreage
of timber sold daring the last few
weeks, and the fact that the larger
tracts are under bond in that great
timber section at the head of Rogue
river and the two Butte creeks, is sig
nificant of an intention to rush this
railroad throngb to completion shortly.
May Not Get New Courthouse.
Bend—The bids called for Jane 2 for
the construction of a new courtbonse at
Prineville have called forth eerions ob
jections from all parte of the county.
It is thought to be poor judgment for
the present county court to take such
an important step aa bniidiDg an ex
pensive courthouse, just previous to a
change in the personnel of the court.
One feature of the move that ie excit
ing the indignation of the voters is the
rumor that the connty court intends to
transfer the road fund into a fund for
the new courthouse.
Insurance Companies Knock O ff Ona-
Third San Francisco Loss**.
Oakland, Cal., Jane 4.— Tb* w> t
insurance ia all one bears in San Fran
cisco today and the language used re
garding the dilatory tactics of the in
solence companies is far from compli
mentary. The people have not the
slightest faith in the statement given
ont that most of the companies are
anxioua to settle promptly and dollar
for dollar. Their donbt appears to be
well founded, for the insurance com
panies, with a very few exceptions,
have shown a tendency to si ce off
abont a third of their liabilities when
Cases snch as this are common. A
man who had $400 insurance on goods
worth $600 gets abont $300 when he is
through with the adjusters. He has
really been compromised with. The
insurance company haa driven a bar
It has been estimated that, of $170,-
000,000 owing, the companies w ill pay
about $120,000,000, holding out $60,-
000,000 which belongs to the ¡neared.
It is difficul to compile facts, aa the
insurance officials are not communica
tive, but it is estimated that the losses
already settled have been on a third
knock-off basis. They call it stealing
W hile the people are gradually be
coming wrought up and may attempt
to force action by the insnrance com
panies, they knpw they are practically
helpless and that legal action w ill only
cause farther delay. They mast rely
on the adjusters and take what they
Everyone is awake to the situation
of the two home companies, which per
force can only settle slowly. Their se
curities and th j basis of their securities
are destroyed and the people whom
they count on to cash them are nnable
to do so. They must unload slowly or
not be able to settle at all.
DEFENDS HIS IN S PE C T IO N
Crumpacker Says It Is Against Inter
ests o f B eef Trust.
Washington, June 4.— Judge Cram-
packer, of Indiana, today met the in
sinuation that his bill to provide for
the inspection of meat offered for inter
state and foreign commerce is "th e
packers' b ill" by the statement that, if
the fees to be charged to the packers by
the Beveridge bill were eliminated, the
Beveridge measure would meet with
unqualified approval from the packers.
"T h e Beveridge b ill,” said Judge
Crumpacker, "w ould act so aa to drive
out of bueinese all of the small inde
pendent packers and would put the beef
trade entirely in the hands of the beef
trnet. The email sellers of beef and
other meals throughont the country
conld not afford to pay the fees for in
spection and they wonld have to hand
over their business to the trust.
for the insinuation that my b ill is
framed in the interests of the packers,
I w ill say there is no packing interest
in my district; that I have seen no
packers about the mrasure, and that I
stand for it aa calculated to meet the
demands of the situation. I don’ t care
what the packers want.
I care fo.
what the country ought to have."
Eugene Accepts Carnegie Library.
Engene— The Carnegie library build
ing, which haa recently been completed
in this city, hae been accepted by the
board, and the contractor, W. O. Heck-
art and Architect Y . D. Ilensill ordered
G R O UND IN T O SAU SAG E S.
paid for their work.
price was $9,645 95, the architect’s fee,
$300, and extras amounted to $57, What Becomes o f Some Employes In
making a total cost of $10,002.95. The
building w ill not be opened to the pub
Paris, June 4.— Chicago meat will
lic until some time next fall, as no
be barred out of France if the object of
books are now on hand.
today’ s meeting of the I.eagne of Pub
lic Hygiene, backed by several scores
New Brewery Ice Plant.
oi French packers, can be attained.
The Dalles — The Eastern Oregon
The league expects at leaet to get the
Brewing company of this city has jnst
government to inaugurate a new system
pnt into operation its ice plant and cold
«I inspection which will prevent taint
The Eastern Oregon
ed meat from entering the country.
Bewing company was incorporated a
A French emissary, it appears, visit
year ago by Dalles people, and bought
ed the stockyards in Chicago and ob
the Colombia brewery of August Buch-
tained employment for a year as French
ler for $35,000. Since then the com
pany hae rebuilt the brewery at an ex
his testimony, no meat coming from
pense of about $50,000.
Chicago can be eaten with safety. The
most sensational evidence waa that
Fire Warnings Sent Out.
cases had occurred of workingmen fall
Salem— For the protection of the for
ing accidentally into the sausage ma
ests of Oregon fire notice warnings are chines, their bones being gtonnd np
being sent oat by the secretary of state
with other contente o( the vat and issu
to all fire rangers.
The notices are ing in the form of food for human con
printed on clcth and contain the prin
cipal provisions of an act passed by the
Propose New Reserve,
Washington, June 4.— The foreetrj
P O R T L A N D M A R K E TS .
service hae notified Senator Fulton ol
Wheat— Club, 72<S73c; blnestem, its intention to create the Heppner for
74@75 c ; red, 70O 71c; valley, 72c.
est reserve, along the north fork of the
Oats — No. I whits feed, $31.50; John Day river, near Heppner, to em
gray, $31.50 per ton.
brace abont 13 townships.
A map of
Barley— Feed, $24.50 per ton; brew the proposed reserve has Ibetn submit
ing, nominal; roiled, $26026.
ted to the senator, and ne haa been
Hay— Valley timothy, No. 1, $120 asked to make suggestions of desirable
13 per ton; clover, $7.5006; cheat, changes in the boundaries.
$ 6 07 ; grain bay, $706; alfalfa, $13. take np the mstter with persons living
Fruits— Apples, $2 5006-60 per box; in the immediate vicinity of the pro
apricots, $1.5001.75 crate; cfaerrias,
posed reserve and transmit their views
76cO *l per box; strawberries, 7 0 to the department.
9c per pound; gooseberries, 506c per
Pens Shoshone Reserve.
Vegetable* — Beans, 3<»6c; cabbage,
Washington, Jnne 4.— The president
$101-25 per 100; green corn, 40060c
do* ; onions, 8O10c per dosen; peas, has issued a proclamation opening to
settlement and entry s portion of the
6c; radishes, 10c per dosen; rhnbarb
3c per pound; spinach, 90c par box; Shoshone Indian reservation in W y
parsley, 26c; eqnash, $1 par crate; oming, the area being approximately
1.150,000 acres. A registration of ap
turnips, $101.26 per sack; carrots, 66
plicants w ill be held at Lander, Sho
07Sc per sack; beets, 85cO$l per sack
shone, Tliermopolis and at Worland,
Onions— New, l K 0 2 c per pound.
Potatoes - - Fancy graded Burbanks provided the Big Horn railroad ia doing
a passenger traffic to the latter place,
50060c per hundred; ordinary, Domi
comencing July 16 and ending July 31.
nal; new California, 2c per pound.
Batter — Fancy creamery, 17)^ O20c The drawing w ill be held at I-ander,
Wyo., commencing Asguet 4, 1906, and
Eggs — Oregon ranch, 19020: per continned as may be necessary.
Poultry — Average old bens, 12013c
per pound; mixed chickens, 11.4Q12C;
broilers. 15016c; roosters, 10c; dress
ed chit kens, 13014c; turkeys, live,
15016c; turkeys, dressed, choice, 200
22c; geese, live, 9 0 10c; geese, dressed,
old, 10c; young, 12c; ducks, old, 140
16c; young, 1 5 0 16c.
Hope—Oregon, 1906, l O f l l l ^ e .
Wool— Eastern Oregon average beet,
18021 X e ; valley, coarse, 23#23H c;
fine, 240 25c; mohair, choice, 28O30c
Veal— Dressed, 3>«03e per pound.
Beef— Dressed bolls. Sc per pound;
cows, 4 0 5 S c ; country steers, 606c.
Mutton— Brassed fsnry, 706* pound;
ordinary, 6 # 6 c; lambs, with pelt on,
fo rk — Brewed, 709e
City Will Investigate.
Chicago, Jnne 4. — The city has de
cided to appoint a commission to in
vestigate the conditions at the stock
yards, with a view to determining bow
far the recent criticism of methods em
ployed is justified. Mayor Panne to
day, after a conference with Health
Commissioner Whelen, decided to ask
the co-operation of the Federal govern
ment, and the authorities w ill be asked
to name several members of tbs com
N o other remedy has given such perfect satisfaction as a
blood purifier and tonic or is so reliable in the cure of blood dis
eases of every character as S. S. S.
It is known as “ T h e
K in g of Blood Purifiers,” and the secret of its success and
its right to this title is because “ t T C U R ES D IS E A S E • "
It is an honest medicine, made entirely of purifying, healing
roots, herbs and barks, which are acknowledged to be specifics for
diseases arising from an impure or poisoned condition of the blood
and possessing tonic properties that act gently and admirably in the up-building of a run
down, weakened or disordered condition of the system.
One of the greatest points in favor of S. S. S. is that it is the only blood remedy on the
market which does not contain a mineral ingredient of some kind to derange or damage the
system. I t is the one medicine that can be taken with absolute safety by the youngest child
or the oldest member of the family, and persons who have allowed their systems to get in
such condition that most medicines are repulsive to the stomach will find that S. S. S.,
while thorough, is gentle and pleasant in its action, and has none of the nauseating effects
of the different mineral mixtures and concoctions offered as blood purifiers.
A s every part of the body is dependent on the blood for nourishment and strength, it is
necessary that this vital fluid be kept free from germs and poisons. So long as it remains
uncontaminated we are fortified against dis-
Gentlemen;—S. S. S. is need as s fam ily medlolne in our
ease, and health is assured; but any impurity, home.
I m yself have taken and alw ays found It whet it is
humor or poison acts injuriously on the sys claimed to be. It thoroughly cleanses the system o f im
the appetite, improves the digestion,
tem and affects the general health.
Pus and builds Increases
up the general health. I have given it to my
tular eruptions, pimples, rashes and the ohlMren w ith fine results. It prom ptly restores the appe
and clears the skin of all eruptions. It la a very fin*
different skin affections show that the blood tite
blood tonic and has my hearty endorsement.
is in a feverish and diseased condition as a
124 S. 9th St., Lebanon, Pa.
P. H. T H O M P S O N .
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blood, and Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison etc., are all deep-seated
blood disorders that continue to grow worse as long as the poison remains.
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taint has been in the blood since birth the entire health is usually affected.
In all blood troubles S. S. S. has proved itself a perfect remedy and has well earned the
title of “ K IN G O F B LO O D P U R IF IE R S .”
It goes down into the circulation and removes
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Nothing reaches inherited blood
troubles like S. S. S.;
of the taint, purifies and strengthens the weak,
deteriorated blood, and supplies it with the
healthful properties it needs and establishes the
foundation for good health.
A s a tonic this
great medicine has no equal, and it will be found
especially bracing to weak, anaemic persons.
Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Skin
Diseases, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison and all other blood troubles are cured perma
nently by S. S. S., and so thorough is the cleansing of the blood that no trace of the dis
ease is left to break out in future years or to be transmitted to offspring.
I f you are in
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Color more goods brighter and footer colors than any other dye.
On« 10c package color» silk, wool and cotton equally well and Is
anteed to give perfect results.
Ask dealer, or we will send post paid at 10c a package.
Write fo r free booklet how to dye.
MONROC DRUG CO., Unionville. Missouri.
bleach and mix colors.
N o th in g
Of C o o n s.
‘Foodells, you mustn’t forgot to attend
the official meeting this afternoon.”
•What’s it for?”
'We ars going to doubl# tho capital
itock of tho company.”
**Tc double it? Great Scott! Where
ia the money to come from?”
•‘From the public, of course. Where
did you suppose?”
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B n a ln e a a
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” 1 understand that Mrs. De Style is
a great stickler for having everything
Portland Trade Directory
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was too low.”— Baltimore American.
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Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by lo c a l a p p lic a tio n s as t h e y c a n n o t re a c h th e
d isea sed p o r tio n o f th e e a r. T h e r e is o n ly on e
w a y to c u re d ea fn ess, a n d t h a t is by c o n s titu
t io n a l re m e d ie s . D eafn ess is c a u sed b y a n in
fla m ed c o n d itio n o f th e m u co u s l i n i n g o f th e
E u s ta c h ia n T u b e. W h e n th is tu b e is in fla m e d
ou h a v e a r u m b lin g s o u n d o r im p e r fe c t hear-
ig , a n d w h e n i t is e n t ir e ly c lo s e d , D ea fn ess is
th e r e s u lt, a u d u n less t h e in fla m m a tio n can be
ta k e n .o u t a n d th is tu b e re t o ie d t o i ts n o rm a l
c o n d itio n , h e a r in g w i l l b e d e s tr o y e d fo r e v e r ;
n in e cases o u t o f ten a re c a u sed b y C a ta rrh ,
w h ic h is n o t h in g b u t a n in fla m e d c o n d itio n o f
th e*m u cou s su rfaces.
W e w i l l g i v e O n e H u n d r e d D o lla rs fo r a n y
ca se o f D ea f ness (ca u sed b y c a t a r r h ) t h a t c a n
n o t be c u re d b y H a l l ’ s C a ta r r h C u re. Bend fo r
c irc u la rs , fre e .
F. J. C H E N E Y A CO ., T o le d o , O.
Bold b y D ru g g is ts , 75c.
H a ll’ s F a m ily P ills a re th e b est.
D i d t h e B es t I t C o n ld .
3 to 4 h o rs e
p o w e r fu lly w a r r a n te d , f 125.
A l l sizes an d
s ty le s a t lo w e s t prices. W r ite fo r c a ta lo g .
E L A S T IC H O S I E R Y ; Supporters, Braces; K n it to
F it; free measurement blanks: W oodard, C lark e
REIERSON MACHINERY COMPANY
H O RH K8 o f all kinds for sale at very reasonable
prices. Inquire 276 Front Bt.
m u s s KB sent on ap proval; we guarantee fit la
most difficult cases; W oodard, C larke <k Co.
Dr. C, Gee Wo
A R T I F I C I A L K Y K 8 ; eyery »hade and shape; ao-
hortment K e n t on ap proval; W oodard, Clarke Co
C K K A M S E P A R A T O R * — W e guarantee the U.B.
Separator to he the best. W rite lor free catalog.
Hazelw ood Co., Fifth and Oak.
Th'.» wonderful Chi
nese Doctor 1» called
g n a t because he cure»
people without opera-
lion that are given up
to die. H e cures with
ihoso wonderful Chi
ne».? herbs, room, bud»,
bares and vegetable»
that are entirely un
known to m edical »cl-
ence In this country. Through the m e oi
h trinless remedies this 1'aniou-t doctor kno.v.H
tne ttcilou o f o ver 600 different rem edies which
he Hiiroesufully uses in different dlnea.se*. H a
guarantees to cure catarrh. asthma, long, ih r *a .
rheumatism, nervousness, stomach, liv e r; k d-
ney», etc.; ha* hundreds o f testimonials.
Charge* moderate. Call and see him. Patients
out o f the city w rite for hlankr a n d c K f l U f i
bend «tam p C O N S U L T A T IO N F U N K .
M E N ’ S C L O T H I NO — Iluffum A Pendleton, note
agenis A llre d Benjam in A Co.’ s correct clothe«.
E v e ry thing In men’ s furnishing».
M orrison end
Sixth Htreels. Opposite poslofflce.
P O U L T R Y FOOD— I f you w ant your hens to lay
m ore eggs w rite us Tor free particulars about P U
R I N A P O U L T R Y U t K D S —A cm e M ills Co*
1 ort. and, Or":ron.
PI A NOB A O B O A N H — Oldest piano house on Pae
cltic coast. Organs end Pianos on easy payments.
W rite for list. Let us quote you a price. A llen A
O llh eri-H am sker Co., Portland, Oregon.
TE LE G R A PH Y TAU G H T I HKK.
plet ” course and posit on secured when graduated
l'h I » o ffe r good only fo r short time. W rite for par-
ilcu srs. P A C IF IC T K L K O R A P H I N S T I T U T E
Grand TheattS Building, Portland, Oregon.
THE C. 6EE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO
P. N. U.
162’ j Pirst St.. S. E. Cor. Morrison
M en tio n paper.
The photographer waa preparing to
take a negative of the prize bulldog.
“ Look pleaaant,” he said, mecuanically.
The intelligent animal showed its fangs
still more, but the effort could scarcely
bs called a success.
A ILIN G W O M EN.
K m , t h « K ld n .T « W e ll «n d t h « K ld n «? «
W i l l K « « p Y ou W a l l .
Sick, suffering, languid women are
learning the trae cause of bad backs
and how to
them. Mrs. W. G.
Davis, of Groosbeck,
Texas, ssjrs; “ Back
aches hart ms so I
coaid hardly stand.
Spells of disxinese
and sick headache
were frequent and
the action of the kld-
* neys was irregular.
Boon after I legsn taking Doan's Kid-
nay Pills I passed saveial gravel stones.
I got well and the trouble has not re
turned. My back is good and strong
and my general health better.”
Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box.
Foster-Milbarn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Put the wonderful K C Bak
ing Powder to the test. C et a
can oil approval. You r money
w ill be returned if you don’t
agree that all we claim is true.
Y o u ’ll be delighted with the de
licious, wholesome things that
I MA8f ‘ ‘
B A K IN G
PO W D ER
w ill bring to life in your oven.
K C Baking Powder i* two-
thirds cheaper and makes purer,
better, more healthful food than
otherpowder* anywhere near
K. C Quality. 25 ounces for
25 cents. Q.d it to-day I
C h ic a g o
Ml have «sad ye mt Fish
Brand Slickers for years
In th# Hawaiian Islands
snd fonnd them the only
nrtide that suited. I m m
p e w In th is c e n n tr y
(Africa) and think • grant
deni of your cents."
iwrerr mt» yours fui , im.
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tlM o f T r w o r 't w «t«r-
proof O i l « * CWthhis
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A. J. TOWER OX, Boato« U. S. A.
CANADIAN CO.. LIMITED.
Bend «p o s ta l P|f
“ Book o f l ’ rseaiivs."
(M M M M»OIIOAT$0$|)
No. 23 — 0 #
B E N w r it in g t o a d v e r tis e rs pi
m e n tio n t h is p a p e r.
By the Oven Fire
JA Q U FS MFC
Around the World
W oodard, Clarke A Co.
M A G IC L A N T E R N S — W elster Co., Portland.
Lowest price» on Lanterns and Slides.
C ir c le «.
Biggs— Anything doing in your line
Diggs— Yes. One of our bill collee-
tors who had been working on commis
sion starved to death last week.
m .r a i
May Adjourn About July 4.
Washington, Jnne 4.— Member* of
congress « b o visited the White House
today predicted that final adjournment
wool I not be bed until the Fourth of
TH E S W IF T S P E C IF IC COMPANY, A TLA N TA , 0 4 .
all wlio write.
nothing (hot modern dentlstrv has accom
plished Is greater than e x tia c iin g teeth
without pain. W s h ave 1» years* e ip e r
ence In doing th a. W «c a n honestly extract
a sore tooih without hurting you.
N u rd iv a n t, specialist ou ch idren’ s teeth
sad r e f u s i n g .
F ell ng Building. Third end W ashington
I A. M t O l P M M indays • to IS.