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Schilling s B est baking powder goes a
hird farther than any other; gets to work
jicker; makes sweeter cake.
Schillings Best tea makes good cake
Schillings B e s t b a k in g p o n a d e r andUa
-------------- because they are money-hack
S rand Ä tea Ä
Corn F o d d e r B a r r o w ,
Get Schilling's Best baking powder or tea at
The National Stockman describes
your grocers’ ; take out the
how to make a barrow for bauliug coru-
I (brown ticket in every package o f baking powder- yellow ticket i
t * nd « ,ickel wlth fach word *° address below before December xrst
T lie two side pieces A are 6 feet long
and 1% inches by 3 Inches. The up
a“° We<1 ^
‘ icket; after 'hat only one
rights R are 2 feet long and 2 inches by
If only one person finds the word, that person gets |aooo.oo; if several find
H i inches. The crosspieces C are 2
tooo.oo wilI be equally divided among them.
feet long and 2 feet apart and 3 Inches
wide by 1^, Inches. The straps D are
Every one sending a brown or yellow ticket will receive a set of cardboard
pieces of old carriage tire bent as
- babies at the end o f the contest. Those sending three or more in one
shown. The legs are fastened on with
will receive an .898 pocket calendar-no advertising on it These
a single Itolt and the uprights by a log
¡bab.es and pocket calendars will be diluent from the ones offered in
screw. The braces for the uprights are
notched in and nailed. When it is de
sired to use the barrow for grass, put
in a floor of half inch white pine, also
nail half Inch hoards from B 1 to B 2
Address: M O N E Y -B A C K , SAN FRANCISCO.
and tit in sideboards from B 2 to B 2
Better cut these rules out.
Tourist Tr»H lc til Ir e la n d ,
A n o t h e r Use fo r t h e H a y .
blaml is now being opened more
bever for visitors. Its attractions
jinjt more prominently placed be-
btourists, and increased facilities
I been provided for v ie w in g its
(natural beauties. The presence
r»lty cannot fail to g iv e a stim u
li tourist traffic.
In France, by means of the Roentgen
rays, the sex of the silkworms is now
determined while they are in the co
coon. This deterimnation has in the
past been earired on uncertainly,
usually by weight, the female cocoons
usually being slightly heavier.
and from B 1 to B 1. W hite pine or
cypress will be strong enough for the
T o r i e s in connection with-the
utimonials, “ I
Address. F. J. CHENEY, <fc Co., Toledo, O.
care of milk.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Place cans in cold water immediately
Hall’s Family Pills are the best.
Portland, O regon • ■ .
Dr. Max Sehlier, of Berlin, has clem-
onstrated that hv the use of Roentgen
rays one can see how sounds arepro-
dllCed by the Voice ill Singing,
limsTRONo, LL.B.,Prin. j. a . w esc o ,Sec’y
[BUSY W O R L D O F B U S I N E S S
le employ ment tn hundreds o f oar gradn&Les, and
lull u thousands more. Rend for our catalogue.
Learn what aud how we teach.
HOM E PRODUCTS A ND P U K E FOOD.
I* BUSINESS EDUCATION PAYS
i , Quickly,
BARROW FOR CORN FODDER.
1RUNE8&0. I fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional d i s -
i f heavier wood is
1 ease, requiresacongtitntional treatment. Hall’s dimensions given,
I t atarrh ( nre is taken imernallv.acmiK directlv
used, use smaller size.
upon the blood and mucous surface» of the sys
tem, thereby destroying the foundation of the
^■ease. and giving the patient strength by
Th e Cure o f M ilk .
I building up ihe constitution and assisting
The following is a compilation of <11-
nature in doing its work. The proprietors have
so „ much
its curative ,------
that they , rections given by some of the Western
I ni names for
A ll Eastern Syrup, ...-called, usually very
light colored and of heavy body, is made from
j glucose. " Tea Garden Drip*" is made from
| Sugar Cane and is strictly pure. It is for sale
by first-class vrocers. in cans only. Manufac-
I tured by the P acific C oast Hvat'P Co. All gen-
I nine "Tea Garden Ih-ip*” have the manufac
turer's name lithographed on every can.
P erm an e n tly Restored
A boy who reecntlydied at the age of
ness, Nervousness, D e b ility ,
j 13, in Indiana, from excessive smok
and all the train of evils
ing, had consumed in the past five years
from early errors or luter
excesses ; the results of ; 50,000 cigarettes.
overwork, sickness, wor-
, rYt «tc. Full strength,
I know that my life was saved by Piso’s
k development and tone
1 given to every o rg a n
('ore for Consumption.—John A. Miller,
land portion of the body. j Au. Sable, Michigan. April 21. 1805.
I Simple, natural methods.
’ Immediate improvement
Tlfe Ylalue of house property of Lon-
seen. Failure impossible.
2,000 references. Book, ! don is '$3,365,000,000; that of Paris,
explanation and proofs
mailed (sealed) free.
$1,430,000,000; that of New York, $1,-
: KEOICAL CO.. 65
BUFFALO, N. Y.
I You« ( «
IB C imino
1 3 5 5 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . _________
Try Schilling s Best tea and baking powder.
Most Populous Nation».
The revised returns of the Russian
census give the total population of that
country as 129,000,000. This makes
Russia third in rank among nations
China coming first with an estimated
population of 400,000,000, and the
Ftritisli Empire next with 298,000,000.
There are no courts in the Klondike
region, but perhaps they are not neces
sary where everyone observes the golden
flaw and Seeder C o m b in ed .
Jiiy works the Soil to a depth of 5 to
k Bo Plow Crust.
Jibe seed it to t inches down, thoroughly
light, loose soil.
T firmer that has used It RECOM-
We want an
c ity , also to
work the eounlrv homes, selling our H oliday
B ooks suitable for children. Only one
in eich place will be appointed, either lady or
gentUmsn: experience no. n ece.»ry. Com
mission. Reliable house. Write todaj.
300 Foat Street.
S»n F n f.c l.e o . Cal.
D e n tis ts ....
r»*> TAYLOR STS.. PORTLANO. OR.
Aganta for O regon ,
ton and Id a h o .
W a s h in g -
Get tour »tipptle* of ns at cat rates.
Larjte stock an<l low prices.
Woodard-Clarte i Co., Cental Depot, Portland.
* W T t o r n « ahould have one.
sufferer in an aggravated
Z*'hows it on his face—a haggard
"^•looking man. The same with
piiwii Rut what o f the man who
“®wst all vital and manly power,
i ¡¡"fet looks like a physical giant?
‘ c * * just the question to which Dr.
stn has devoted twenty years of
[ «¡¡Jr " i* true that men who look
weak in this respect.
I r .°*iden has found the cause and
o* it in his little work,
(Classes o f M en,’’
i he sends free by mail sealed
^Observation, or can be, had at
Ur**- I ' gives full information
Write tor prices
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jntt the stomach.
pepein; you may
have tried all these
l/ IV I
"T T T Itltd r e l i e f from Iodises
remedies and onD stoma, h In irvin* DV"-
|1 / On recedo!
n e .r e .t «x p r —
a CU RB Trice,
deliver It to ynar
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Sixth and Morrison strew,
USE Bill 6MDS
“ POATLARB. OR
TO C L U B *.
.'^TmoleteTine of Gvmnnai nm
tn’s Electric Belt.
W I L L * r i N C K C O .,
I*!*ht be worth rour time to read
■“ '• ,i* ,, ' ^ ' “ ¡ay n
book. Get it, or call and • is - s .4
n g r t n u q f l g a r L i l t s M.vsnxiK
EH E L E C T R IC
• Washington St.. F a r tla a d . Or.
mention tiic Paper.
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>M»t ta advertisers,
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AN OPEN LETTER
C h ick en s in H ot W e a t h e r .
SlOO It ilV A R D , StOO.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
A rP L E S
am that there is at least on.- dreaded disease
PE AR S
«ten ce lias .seen able tocure in all iisstaaes
PEACH ES and that
is catarrh. Hall’s Catarrh ( lire is the
P M MS
i only positive cure now known to the medical
In ro a d » o f G erm an Trade.
growing. In arid climates air. as well
Frsytce imported $ 6 . 000,000 worth of
as soil, must be kept moist to develop
the best fruit. For many years Cali jew elry from Germany last year. This
Y on r daughter:
fornia fruit was dry and iioor In q ti'i- fact has caused consternation among
Ity. though tine looking. Now Califor the large jew elry manufacturers in the clous legacy poosit
nia air in the dry season is less arid former country. The German articles
than it used to be, and its fruit is bet are nearly *11 of a cheap variety, and a future ia largely with
large proportion o f the jewels which
they contain are imitation. It is rath the thoughtful wo
Chestnut Trees Profitable.
er striking to see the Germane cutting thoughtless girl,
Those who have a chestnut grove and into a branch of trade in which the the watch day and night.
keep it free from depredators may tiud French have always been ea sily first.
As you oaj-e for their pi
it a source o f profit. W e know one or French exports o f jew elry and watches being, so will the woman
two such groves which yield returns continue to be very important. In the be, and ao w ill her child
no labor except for
East — China
and In d ia — the ren be also.
ering the nuts bettor than could French have almost entire control of
he got for usual- farm crops.
But the watch and jew elry trade.
TH B BLUBS.
public must in* excluded. Men aud
boys who club the trees while the nuts
Thl. 1» a synonym fer that gloomy, harrasaefi
are green to bring them down w ill dis I’omlfliou
of the mind which has its origin in
figure and injure the Trees, so that after dyspepsia. Ail the ugly spirits that, uuder the
•’blues," "binedevils,” "megrims’’
a few years the trees w ill yield little anil 'iiiulligrub‘"torments
the dyspeptic almost
or nothing. Chestnut trees, if ttie fruit ceaselessly, vanish when attacked with Hos
is o f good quality are valuable proper hilate* biliousness, constipation,
ty, and their fruit should be protected. fever, kidney complaints, and nervousness.
There are several Improved varieties
An American acientist has recently
o f chestnut, some of which w ill begin
hearing wlteu three years old. These discovered a new microbe which is par
should be chosen if new plantations o f ticularly destructive to the tissues of < Pink ham’s “ Vegetable Compound * te
chestnuts are to be made, or scions of the human bodv, and the moet striking the sure reliance In this hour of trial.
the new varieties should be grafted lu- peculiarity of the creature is that it is ; Thousands have found it the never-tail-
nearly all mouth.
to native stock.—American Cultivator.
\ ing power to correct all irregalaritiee
A magnetic, well o f great power has ! and start the woman on the saaof life
Value o f Grain Chaff.
When threshing grain framers should been struck at Bowersville, five miles with that physical health all ahould
appreciate the necessity o f separating south of Jamestown, Ohio. T h * w ell
Womb difficulties, displacements end
the grain chaff from the straw for win was drilled 140 feet deep, and at this
ter feeding. I f the straw is to be sold depth the d rill beoaroe so magnetized the horrors cannot exist in company
with Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable
for bedding or used for bedding at that particles of iron clung to it.
home It will go farther If free from
chuff. The latter Is much the best part
o f the straw to feed. When uature stone axes, cleft the branch o f a tree,
makes the grain, all the valuable nutri placed the stone in it and left it till the ► used fo r children teething. It aoothee the « ----- ____ __
h en« the gum«, alleys ell pain, cures wind colie.and 1» 4
tion is concentrated in or near the head. wound in the wood had been com a the beet remedy fo r dierrheea. Twenty lire oeata a f
Z bottle. It 1« the beet o f ell.
< e e A k e .e e a ga..ak.odkdk.AO>«kehd« <n
Some of this remains In the chaff.
There are besides some light grains that
are usually blown out with the chaff
The sudden dying o f young chicks In
hot weather is almost always caused
by lice. I.cok around the head and
neck, aud a few big fellows may he
seen which torment the chicken so
that it cannot tie thrifty. Rub some
grease o f any kind about the head and
neck and under the wings. This Is
sure death to the pests and does the
chicks no harm. It is well to use It as
a preventive, for if lice get on the
chicks in hot weather, many chicks
w ill die before the remedy can be ap
B u r n in g W eeds.
It is far hotter to rot the weeds by
burying them under the soil while green
Place the milk In cool w ater soon a f than to rely on burning them after they
have ripened their seeds. It is com
ter milking is done.
Place cans in cold water at once. Cool monly supposed that when a weed is
burned, its seefi also iierishes. Only if
piled on brush, which will make coals
Practice cleanliness with a big C.
Milk pails, strainers, and coolers o f fire at the bottom of the heap, is
should be washed aDd scalded at each this the case. The weed seed drops as
the pod which encloses It shrivels with
Rinse cans in warm water, scald with heat, and as carbonic Held gas settles
hot water, ami air as much as possible. to the bottom o f the heap, the noxious
Have cans washed aud scalded thor seed is preserved from burning.
oughly ami well aired.
Corn on O u tsid e R ow s.
Stir the milk at least tw o or three
In cutting corn we always used to
times while cooling.
notice that the outside rows where the
When the milk is cooling, cover the horse turned in cultivation hud general
cans with cheese-cloth.
ly larger aud better filled ears than did
Do not put covers on the cans over the corn farther in the Held. This in
night, but use a thin cloth.
dicates that corn is ttsunlly planted too
Always leave covers off the milk un closely and does uot get sunlight
til the animal heat has disappeared.
enough. The outside row is not gener
morning's milk with ally richer than the soli fartuer In the
night's milk until both are thoroughly field, and certainly the tramp'.ing o f the
ground by the horses’ feet is no ad
I f warm milk Is added to cold, it pro vantage to the crop.
duces a taint at once.
The best kind of-glasses to sow upon
P osts as F o u n d a tio n s.
Cedar posts are often used to support a marsh subject to overflow, according
buildings ami doubtless would be more to some o f the best authorities, are four
frequently used if the frost did not pounds red top, two of fow l meadow
work upon build grass, fou r of timothy aud one or two
ings thus support o f alslke clover | h t acre. In many
ed liftin g them out cases low lands can be easily drained
position and or partially; freed o f w'ater by the dig
racking them. It ging o f oue’.or two ditches. I f thi- can
when be done, it vurely should be practiced,
the posts extend for low lands, are Hie richest aud best
below • the frost for grasses. \
Farm Ai U n d e r G la s s .
ground freezes to the sides o f the posts
It 1 » prophesied that the farmer o f the
and thus raises them. Fut a square
future w ill grow )hls crops under glass.
box about the posts as shown in the
Hot-house fruits\and vegetables may
cut. The frost w ill then lift the box.
then be raised for\ the poor and needy
hut cannot disturb the posts.—Orange
on u very cheap sUale. Vast sections
o f land may be rodfed over Ith glass,
R ip e n in g Toniatoea U n d e r C over.
It Is the habit o f many tomato gro w
ers as the danger o f frost becomes im
minent to pull up a number o f tomato
vines with a little earth attached, and
throw them with their unripe fruit Into
some building where the unripe toma
toes will gradually turn, and the small
er ones will increase in size and finally
ripen also. In this way it is possible
to have tomatoes fresh from the vine
until near the Christmas holidays. T o
matoes fully grown will color if picked
and laid on the shelf. But they are
not nearly as good as fruit that is
ripened on the vine, which apparently
have been pulled from
g r o u n d . ______ __
WK ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO T H *
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD ” CASTORIA ’’ AND
"PITCH ER'S CASTORLA,” AS OUR TRADE ’ m a r k .
I , DR. SAM UEL PITCHER, o f Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was the origin a tor o f “ PITCHER'S CASTORIA,” the same
that has borne and does now
y / r > . n ^ on every
bear the fa c-s im ile signature o f
This is the orig in a l PITCHER'S CASTORIA,” which has been
used in the homes o f the mothers o f A m erica fo r over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the kind you have always bought S lj? / / f 7 7 T “ on the
and has th e s i g n a t u r e o f
per . Jno one has a u th ority fro m me to use my name except
The Centaur Company o f " which
Chas. II. Fletcher is
M arch 8, 1897.
D o N o t B e D e c e iv e d .
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute
which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies
on it), the ingredients of which even he does not know.
“ T h e Kind Y o u H a v e A lw a y s B o u g h t**
R a in vs. I r r ig a t i o n .
It Is sometimes said that the farm er
who depends wholly om Irrigation la
really better off than those who farm
where rainfall la usually sufficient.
The man who Irrigates baa the control
M moisture snpply 1 » »is ow a bawls,
g o t this doe. aot wholly apply to fruit
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on H a v in g
T h e Kind T h a t N e v e r F ailed Y o u .
^ & ± & ± ± .± ± ± ± ± ± ± ± & ± ± & ± ± ± ± & ± t± »
and a perpetual smiamer climate will
make the plants an<l trees and vine«
flourish as in the tropics.
B o ile d $>iI.
A gallon o f h olies oil well soaked
in will furnish a projecting cover for
all the farm wagons. 1 plow handles,
horse rakes, etc., on l'«e farm, keeping
the weather from th< til and thus sav
ing the cost a dozety times. It should
be put on hot.
A partect t y x tf ths klgksst order of sxcsUsacs In ■apafoAtWi." J
Walter Baker & Co.’s
BREAKFAST COCOA s
Absolutely Pure— Delicious— Nutritious.
Costs L ess than O ne Cent a Cup.
«.M T. that yse getts.
D O R CH ESTER , M A SS .
| m m I m article, mmt» at
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
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B A K E R * A CO*.
LO . Ltd.
----- BUY YOUR-----
Direct from the manufacturer and .arc mtddlcman'a profit, at
w . undersell them alt. Our garmentaare custom made and not
Ilka thooe thrown together In New York sweat-anof«. where filth
and disease reign
Oar garments are guarantee*
guaranteed *» to fiuraMl-
Hy and stria. Onr prices on fur Capas rang* from aa upwants;
i l l sr
c t . at m
m , ' , i (rom
i w i u 7V
Eur Collarettes, from « 5 upwards: tv
words; genuine Alaska Seilskin (torments made Irntn « i n o Bp-
wards. Write (or information and catalogue
ili h g l ’» r MshHAuptimri
143 T h ird Bt.. r h r t l i n » / )
Q u in « 4 ITedwrs.
In the English colonies o f Africa
hedges are comtoonly made o f quince-
I H ►
trees The brunches, lieing planted
and in terw oven lb y hand, form an Im
penetrable barr/er to cattle, and they
annually bear nfn Immense crop o f large
T h r e s h in g D a m p G r a in .
It is never good economy to thresh
er„in while the straw is damp.
long fl» «rain is In B* chaff, that
otec,s It from heating either .III
¡now or stack. So long as threshing was
done by hand there was no temptation
to thresh it until frost had dried it out.
> «w that steam power for threshing
has replaced the horse power. It does
not seem so mneb waste , t o thresh
damp «rain. Yet many straw stacks
will be green with grain wasted be-
mnae even the steam threshing ma
chine cannot get It out Besides, after
threshing, the damp gralB te much
more liable to Injury by beating than
It was b e fo r e ._________
O b je ct Ini
to b a te H a r i n g .
The late ed hey. even if secured
v ithout rain, il has lost much o f Its nutli
has also impaired the
( L e vaine, jit ha
t ^ L r o f the I root, so that next year's
l,e lighter than if the
ha* crop w ill be
grass this ye:Ar had
lini l**en cut early.
M a k i n g Them F a m ilia r .
H eifers thatjare to he in milk by and
by onght to b<v kept with the milking
herd that they W ay get accustomed to
the sounds and »xcitem ent o f domesti
cation. T h eir product w ill vary leaa
by and by at the pail.
A P e r t in e n t y n e r j .
“1 don't believe lit anything I can't
see,” said the young man who alma ta
be considered a skeptic.
The middle-aged man with overalls
on looked at him p e t u 't d f for a mo
ment and then Inquired
“Young feller, did you ever ketch
bold o t n Tectrtc w l r e f - W i
Power that will save you modey sod
suke you money. Hercules ^ofiaea
are the cheapest power kaowp
Gasoline or Distillate Oil; d «stoke,
ire, or dirt fo r pumping,' fkpalsg
dairy or tun ■feckiaery, tkcwBave ao
cqaaL Automatic 1 « actioo, ^perfectly
Mie sad reliable. /
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