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Vol. xxix. Q fadtaKT . woiio.
WASHINGTON COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1901
dTill K OFFIOrJitti.
op. fnblia Instruction .
nutia rrmter ...
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TBI. U TOXUCB,
' Sanreuia Ooarl
..L'ha. E. Wolettuti
fcL h. Ilean
ln.lt I l'lb pislrint . .. . I. UoiljH
Att.rney Fifth matrict . uarrnuu ui
I iMan r .
jimnnc) T ... ..(
L. A. Hood
...J. Q. A. Ymifiu
. ..Geo. A. Morgan
. ..John W. fewell
.. . lialph I.. Watni
, H. t'raudall
....Geo. 11. Wllcos
. . 11. A '
' ' T. f . Wilkc
W. P. Via
OHEOON' CITT LAN" MWV.
' aiid& il. i i'aTCSG!Z1
TT Jl.NEYS-AT-LA W,
HI LLS1M UCO, OHKUOM.
Orrwm: Roonia3,, a 5, Morgan block-
W. S. U4UHETT,
Ornre: Oenlral Dions. Room I aad I.
Chas. II. Moore
J, 1'. Tuincinie
E. C Hrwwn
. . Jhn Milne
I Wui. Benson
. . . W T Atkiiwon
I B. Kveritt
feaoa IV".. ...J. l. Kundall
POST OFtflCE INFORMATION.
Thu n.ail eioa at the llillehoro Feat
Olhen, daily: ' . .
uli.0000. West Union, Bothary and Cedar
Mill, ai 1:M a. m.
Uomg tenth, 8:80 a. m.
Ooing to Portland and y-ornoe, o:i a.
in. and 4 p. in. ,
For c'aruiington and Laarel. daily at 13
HEM OS BOWMAN,
- f l JJSKVMK 1RWJH,.
Orrioa: stoomt ajul 7. Horfraa block.
: a XS
0 0 0 Bjr SYLVANUS COBK Jr.
H, T. UAtiLEY,
CO UN CKLOIUAT-LA W
III LLMIOUO OREOUN.
OmcB: Oyer DelU Drug Blora,
JOHN M. WALL,
BHflpy'Morgan Block, Rooms 1 & 2
CHCUfcH AND BUCIKTY NOTICKS.
CONOiiEOATIONAL CHUttCH, eorner
Wnia and Fifth atrfoia. PreaobuiK
avry rlbbth, mornin and aTenuiR. nnb,
batn aohool at 10 o'olook a. m. Frayer
aieetiurt I bnrnday awnlna. Y. V. . U.
4nnaay at :0 p. m. Ail "!.. will b
hort, rlKht, intoreiitlim and nelpiui.
Everyona cordially wnl. onia.
EVAN F. HUUUEB. Paato
8. T. L15KLATEU, X. B. C. M.
piIYSICIAN AND BURGEON
Uvnca: at residence, eaat of court
ilonae. where be will be found at all bom a
when not viaitiufi patient.
EVAXOKLIOAl, CUOUOH. Corner
Kit ih and Fr. PreaobinR eery Bnnday
Bentn at 8 p. m.; every Bunday
at 11 a. m.j Bnnday aohool at 10 a. m.
rrayer rreetina every ilmraday ereninBi
( hrintain Kudearor at HM y. m. . 11.
tU .l i
OHflKOH. 8. II. Greenlee.tpartor.
I'renobinti every rlabbatb moruiuRnd
evnuinR Mnbrwtu annooi every nDuu
i . Leaaa meeting every Hnnday at
B 15 w M oneral prayer mentine avery
thnradu; everiina. Leadera' and Bteward
Ruwtiim the third Tneaday evening of wb
J. r. TAX I ESI E, . J.,
g P. B. R. SURGEON,
Urnoi ir Ramnnioa i eorner Third
and Main Htreeta. Utlioa boom, 8 SO to It
a. ro., 1 to ft and 1 to 8 p. m. lelepbon to
n-aidenee from lirook A Bela' Draffntor at
all hoara. All cull promptly attended,
night oi day. . , .
t A. 1IAILET, If. L.
piIYSICIAN AND SURGEON
onice Morgan-Bailey Block, op Uir,
riKinii li, 18 and 15. Ueaidenoe, B. W. Cor
liaae Line and Ueoond itreet.
I i and 4ih Hunduva In ench monlli ut 11
a in. I'ruyer meeting. Tliuraday evening,
turlatian aiiaeavorai i p in
K. 11. Bit KaFOOBE Fantor,
Daiightem ef Kebekah.
THI.T.KlM)RO KEIIKKAII IA)1M1R no
II M, I (I U V. nieHtH in Odd Ft-liow'
Hull every Baturduy eveiiiiig,
rTIMJSKOUO CAMPKO. M, M KKT8
H rvry '.'nd and 4th Saturday night, nt
Wehittng a hull. ' ,
A. O. t'.
w TIt.f .HI'.nitO LODtlK Ml. 61. A. O. V
il W., Meet every Dm aid third
r ridity evening eaoli month.
P. T M.
ILLBHOKO OUANUR, NO. TS, meeU
tad and tb r- day of eaoB montb
I. o. . t .
lONTEZUMA LODOK, NO.
il Wmlneadny eventnva at r) o'clock, in I.O.
K. Hall. Visitor mado welooni.
Degree ef lleutr.
third Ftiduy owning
rpHK UKOUKK i IIONOH, A.
1 W.. inert' m Vt ehrung' hail everr
1HKNHIA TEMl'l.K NO. 1, K. a,
ni'.ft" evm y '2wl and 4th Friday In each
month at 7:30 o'olock In Wehrang'aUall.
k. ef P.
HrEMX LODOK, NO. 84, K. OF P.,
ft ranet in Miwonio Hall on Monday
vrning of eaeh week. Bojoarning brethren
eeloomed to lodge nieetlnua.
A. r. aid A. a.
'IMJALITY IjOPOB NO. , A.
P. A. M..
mwti every Hatnrday night on or after
aioou ot eaB anonM?.
O. E. .
fpl'ALATIN I'll A FT Kit, NO.81,0. K.S..
X iiieeix at Mamnle Temple on be 2nd
and 4th Tudy of each montb.
KES. KAN.HO ....
II KKTS IMOHD FKt.UWUALLO'
i.tl. the iimt and third Frtdnya of ei-ch
month, nt U' o'clock, p, m.
VE.. KASSO.M POST, 0. 61), U. A. R
EKT8INODI KU,nWri HAI.I.ON
1L the Hrst and third tatnnlaya of encb
month, at 2.W o'clock p. m.
j. e. aiikiks,
Orric UoDua: 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. i
Office in Union block over Pharmacy
FO It EHT 0 ROVE, OREGON
Bcatarti tlal teeth f5.S0peraet. Cement
and Amalgam filling RO cunt each. Gold
tilling from $1 up. Vitalized air for pailf
Owicat three door north of Brick
tor. OfBoe hoar from V a. m. to4 p. m
Mounts fori'tamp picturwat the
iRDEPiufOiuXT ofllof, 1 dot and a
half for A rt.
THR0HJU UTAH AN II COLORADO.
The ideal trip to the east during
the heat of Summer l via the Rio
Grando Western and Denver A Rio
Grttnk llailroad, the ( far-lataed
"H."Tiic Line of the World." The
extremes of ltuiierature are never
Diet, and aengera are sure of hav
ing a delightfully cool ride through
the Heart of the Roe If y Mouutaiui,
and a view by daylit;ht of acenpry
which in nowhere mirpaeeed.
If denized, a stofV en route may be
niodo at quaint and picturesque
Salt Lake City, the "City of the
SalntH," G leu wood Springs, Lead
ville, Colorado Spring, Pueblo,
Denver, or any intermediate point.
There are throw daily traina leav
ing Salt Lake City for all point-
east, which httve clone "connections
from the Noriliwevt via either O. R,
4 N. Co., or tho Southern Pacific Co.
These traina are equipped with
Through Sleperw (Standard and
Tourict.) Free declining Chair Cars
and a jierUet DiiUng Car Service.
IVrsonally Goaducted Escuntions,
in charge of comi'tent and courte
ous irmnaKrH, are run aeveral Utnee
a week without eh an ire ol cars to
Denver, Omaha, Kanaaa City, St.
LooU, Chitngo, BuAalo, New York,
Botton anil all eantern cities.
Tickets are on mle at all Railroad
Ticket ortlcee. For further Informa
tion and ch.-apmt rates, apply to
J. D. Mansfield,
124 Third Si., Portland, Oregon.
Base hail players should use The
Delta Liniment, as it cores sprains
and bruises, toughens the hands and
keeps the Angers suple.
Hut she was not to remain in tho
dark much longer. The evil ono
was loose, n nil hi bonds of restraint
were cat oir. He hml marked hi
prey, und the ntnihes were gather
ing about it. "Icosulind," tho duko
said in a tone which lie meant
.should have heen eiiv and fmnk.
but which iii'vcrthcies wixa miirlTed
strongly with effort, "there is somo
tnlk among tho surgeons now that
Conrnd DiiiDortotf mnv rocovcr."
"Oh; 1 am sltid -of "tlistf" tho fair
girl uttered earnestly. .
"Yes I nij'piwe'so," retnmed 01
pn, eyinu; htr sharn'y. "But you
have no i:.r: iculnr care for him, I
"For for die fount?"
"Ave; it im of him I was spcak
"Xo, sir. I care only for him as I
care for nil who need to hecomo bet
ter ere thev die."
tt,.. , ;. i... J.. i. i.:i:
jo. r.im uic ituivi;, uilui
liis lip, for in his own mind ho had i
the frankness to acknowledge that
he was ahout as needy' of' virtuo as
was tho count. "Knt," he resumed,
with a faint smile, you never loved
"No, sir," tho maiden nnswered,
gnzing up into her guardian's face,
with an inquisitive look.
"So I thought,, so I thought." As
Olga thus spoke ho smiled ajrain and
moved his chair nearer to lioealind.
I am well aware," ho resumed,
'thnt your affections have not as
yet been set upon any one who is
capable of makine a rtroner com
panion for you through all tho ups
and downs of life."
Rosalind's eyes drooped beneath
tho steady gazo of tho speaker, and
her frame trembled. But ere she
could roako any reply tho duke went
"My dear Rosalind, I havo como
now upon a business which I may
justly call tho most important of
lay life. I have not approached this
subject lightly nor with ovcrzeal,
but I havo como to it through
careful consideration and anxious
Ilero tho duko stopped and gazed
into Rosalind's face. Sho met his
gaze, and her eyes drooped again.
Sho trembled moro than before, and
a dim, dreadful fear worked its way
to her mind.
"Rosalind," the nobleman contin
ued, "when I was but 13 years of
ago, I was married with a girl whom
I loved. She lived with mo four
short, happy years. In that time
wo were blessed with two children,
but they lived not long to cheer us.
And then my beautiful wife died.
and the world was all dark and drear
to mo. I thought I should never
love again. Time passed on, and
you were placed in my charge.
When you first came, I loved you,
and I wondered if you wcro to take
tho ploco of the children I had lost
But you grew quickly up. Your
mind was expanded, and your heart
was largo. I found that I could not
make a child of you. and then I sat
down all alono and asked myself
what placo it was you had assumed
in my heart. Can you guess the an
swer, Rosalind ?"
"As a little child,'
, n ja d uui ii, jwiiaui fcriMii, una
the fair girl cliuted her hands to
ward the man lief ore her,
"J fold!" he suid almost sternly,
"I am not trifling now. I am not
only serious, but firjn in purpose.
When you were placed under my
charge, your father lmdo me do as I
my wife. The Count Dumonoff was
the first who came for your hand,
and had ho been a proper man, and
had you loved him, 1 should havo m
terposed no objections, but you did
not lovo him, and that affair is past.
Now I lay my claim sirion you, and
my iortuno and titlo I lay at your
"And what is to become of my es
tate t. the maiden asked quickly
and meaningly, for tho thought
uasnea upon Her. ;
"Why wo'll have tho two unit'
ed, returned the duke, with some
"No, no!" Rosalind cried. "You
will not do this 1 Oh, nparo mo from
ucn a late! i
'Spare Ihee, girl spare thee
from becoming the wife of ono of
the most powerful noblemen in the
empire? You must lie crazy."
"My guardian," spoke the fair
girl, now looking her companion
steadily in the face, "you only dq
this to try me. When you know that
such a union would make me misera
ble forever, when you know it would
cast out all the joys pf life and ex
tinguish the last hope of peaco from
mv soul, you surely will not press
it." , ,
"Rosalind Valdai, I have resolved
that you shall lie my wife. Mind
you, this is on.c of.Jto linn, fixed
Curposcs of my soul, and those who
now the Duke of Tula best know
that ho never gives up a purpose
onco fixed in his mind. You cannot
mistake mo now."
Slowly the stern fact dawned up-
maiden, trembling violently.
Ao, no, sweet one I 1 pondered.
and I studied, and 1 examined my
self carefully, and I found that the
memory of my departed wife was
fast fad in r? awnv before the risine
of another one just as pure and just
as holy. Now do you understand V
"No, no! Oh, no!" the maiden
uttered in a frightened whisper.
lhen listen further, continued
the nobleman in a low, earnest tone
and with a strange fire in his deep
blue eyes. "As your charms of both
mind and person were gradually de
veloped I camo to look upon you
with new feelings, or, I should say,
with tho old feeling moro fully de
veloped I looked around me. I
saw my sumptuous palace without ft
legitimate female head. In my par
ties I had no companion to assist
and guide me, and in my loneliness
I had no mate to cheer and enliven
me. I wished not that such should
be tho case. "At length mv eves were
opened, and I saw plainly the spirit
hat was moving uion mv soul. I
looked upon you, and I knew that I
had found the woman who was to
give me joy onco more. Rosalind,
love you truly, fnndlr, ana I would
make you my wife. Now you can
not fail to understand me. can you?"
nosalind gazed np into the face
t her guardian, and she was ralo as
You- do not mean oh If
on Rosalind's mind
a lingering hope that he might lie
only trying her to see if she loved
him or if she would willingly become
nis wile. Awhile sho remained with
her head bowed and her bosom
heaving with the wild emotion thus
called up. But at length she looked
up and spoke.
"Sir," sho said faintly, but with
marked decision, "you cannot mako
mo your wile. '
"Ah! And why not?"
"Becauso I will never consent"
"Ah! Say you so?"
"I do, and I mean it"
"Ila, La, ha! You know little of
my power if you think you can
thwart me in my purpose. I tell
thee, as sure as tho God of heaven
lives, you shall be my wife,
"No, no ! Before heaven I protest
against such unholy union. You
cannot havo my heart, and such
Union would be but foul mockery."
"Oho! Now you come to tho
pokit I can't havo your heart, eh?
I'crhaps your heart is given to the
Rosalind's eyes flashed in an in
stant. Tho words of the duke were
spoken snccringly and contemptu
ously, and they jarred upon the
young girl's soul.
"Aye, she quickly uttered, and
boldly, too, "I do love Ruric NcvcL,
and he is worthv of my love."
"Now, my pretty ward," resumed
Olga in a tone of peculiar irony,
"you nave spoken as l hoped you
would speak plainly and to the
point so I can answer just as plain
ly. Know, then, that Ruric Nevcl
can never be your husband. ITe
stands charged with a horrid crime.
and the emperor only waits to see
whether the count recovers or not
ere ho awards tho punishment. The
gunmaker is forbidden on pain of
death to loavo tho city. So you
may cast 4iim from your thoughts
as soon as possible."
"What crime is Ruric accused
of V tho maiden asked.
"In wounding the count ?"
"Oh, how can you bring your
tongue to such speech? You know
the noble youth was not to blame in
this afrair. Jlo was
"Hold, Rosalind. I want no ar
gument on this question. You have
heard what I havo said, and be as
sured that I mean it I had hoped
you would receive my proposal with
more favor, but I did not enter into
the plan until my mind was all
made np and tho thing all fixed.
You will become my wife within one
I will Meo to the emperor, gasp
ed Rosalind. .
Ctmlimmtd Forth Pag.
A FAIUIEU THAT CiUTlUSEH
In the issue of the Uillsboro Inijk
rtNUK.NT of November 22i., it calls
plains of Hiilaboro being grasping.
lie thot thst, "thf fwu had ought
to buy as well as sell." The farmer
knows and admits that to be a fact.
It calls attentiou to last year's pur
chase of 10 car load of potatoes. It
Infers that it means a business nana
of Hillsboro, that has bought and
-thlpiied this 16 car loads of iiotatoew.
But we deny that ho was a buiinetw
man of Hillsboro at the time, from
the fact that he was what we call one
of our hayseeds, and bad not got all
of the liny Heed combed out of bis
hair at that time. But this year be
Is now what is known as oue of Hill-
oboioV Urtibod hfe&v - ilvr srany
car loads of potatoes has be bought
and shipped this year? lie calls at
tention to the fact that all of the ou
Ions that local dealers could get iroui
travelling agents were taken. About
bow many was that? lie also claims
that a ear load of cabbage went for
ward the week before lant, and thai
more was to go.If the Independent
will allow me to select the cubbagti, I
will select several heads off the side
walks of IlillHhoro. He claims that
Hillsboro people buy wheal, oats am)
bops, when the grower does not doal
with the exporter. We admit that
they have to buy chicken fond. Tbe
millers have to buy wheat in order
to run their mills. But today they
Will not accept 100 stuiids of wheat
In exchange for the same number
pounds ol f horts or bran, and' that is
busiuess of course. He also states,
"That Hillsboro buys hops wheu the
grower dues not deal with export-
ers'If he did not deal with exporters
who would he deal -with? He claims
that beef and pork are brought here,
Yes, but when the people, from the
country, bring in a full carcass at a
time, they are liable to glut the mar
ket. II the farmers could afford to
kill one quarter at a time, they
might comfortably Bnd n market for
their produce. The Independent
seems to be at a loss to know if the
complaining farmer ever brings anj
thing to Hillsboro, to sell. I
will Inform tho Independent, that
tbe farmer that complains, will bring
produce to HlllHboru to sell, wheu
there Is anj certainty of finding a
purchaser. He calls attention 'to
Ilillshoro trying to promote a manu
facturing establishment, In the way
of a condensed milk factory, and will
take all tbe milk that the farmers
will bring to Hillsboro, provided,
that the farmers will bring enough.
Now let the people of Hillslioro buy
that milk, or let them wait like they
have always ' done, and have some,
body from the out side do the pnying
for it. Now is it not a fact, that Hills
boro might do the business for the
Tualatin valley, if they want it mat It
eted where they could buy as well as
jell. They can go to Hillsboro and
buy the bulk of what they want, but
when they go to Hillsboro to sell the
amount that they can sell as farmers.
liillsborodoea not justify us as a tell
ing market. Therefore, If the farm
er bus to go to Hillsboro to buy, and
jo to some other city to sell, ought
he to buy? Now in reference to the
condensed milk factory, like they
warrant to the poor foolish farmer.
(hat they will furnish streets for them
to go and come, in winter time, with
out getting mired. We will admit
that Hillsboro has about two blocks
of pretty good streets with electric
lights banging over, and that Is all
the business men of Hillsboro seem
to think Is necessary for the country
people to come and go and patronise
their town. Now they are encourag
ed, the coudeDced milk factory, as I
have mentioned before, they seem to
be enthused over it. But who will
furnish tbe raw mutcrial? If a con-
densed milk factory Is going to lie
established, would It uot be better if
the factory be situated where tiie
milk is produced? In other words
let tbe factorv seek the raw material
instead of the raw material seeking
the factory. In mines, where I have
been somewhat accuntomed Id doing
business, we always aimed to erect a
quarts mill, ou or near the mine. We
didn't erect a mill Ave, six or seven
miles from the mine, with the view
of hauling the quarts to It. It was
much easier to haul the oiacldi ery
to the nilue, tf.ao to haul the pro
duce nf the mine to the mill. But I
infer from the tenor of the article,
which appears in tho issue of that
NDKPF.NDKNT, that there are some
business men in Hillsboro. We don't
dispute, but we will ask tbe inde
pendent "when have they arrived?''
I We would like to meet them.
A new 'rctutnty for biliou.-niess is
now oi: salt the IMta drug; store.
It is called Chsmla-rlain's Stomach
ami Liver Tsblets, It gives quick
relief and w 11 prevent the attack if
given as soon as the first indication
of the d !( appear. Price, 25 eta.
per box. Samples free.
Nr.rt.-4 tr Lit. .-lAiv
Fosd t'haatred to-1'elton.
Putrefying food In the intestines
produces etf.'ct like those of arsenic,
but Dr. King's New Life Pills ex
JH-I the poisons from clogged bowels,
gently, easily but surely, curing eon
Htlpution, biliousness, sick headache,
f jvers, all liver, kidney and bowel
troubles. Only 2oo at Delta Drug
A WORTHV SUCCESSOR.
Something Xew L'ule'r
All Doctors nave tried to cure
catarrh by the use of powders, add
gases, Inhalers and drugs in paste
form. Their powders dry up the
dqucuous membranes causing them
to crack open and bleed. The ow
erful acids used in the iubalers have
entirely eaten away the same mem
branes that their makers have aim
ed to cure, while pustta and oint
ments cannot reach the 'disease. An
old and experienced . practitioner
who has for many years made a close
study and peeialty of the treatment
of catarrh, lias at last perfected a
treatment whioh when liiiibfuily
used, not only relieved at once, but
perujaneiuiy cures catarrn, iiy re
moving lht caue, stopping tlic di
charges aDd curing nli I tilkm. nation
It is lite only remedy known to
Mcie.nce that actually reaches tho al"
nieted parts. This wonderful tern
edy is known as "Suulll'y, the
g"rautoed catarrh cure" and is sold
at the extremely low price of one
dollar, each pnebflg containing in
ternal and external medicine suffi
cient for a full month's treatment
and everything necessary to its per
"Snuffles" Is the only perfect catarrh
cure ever made and Is now rocogniz
Ton Third National Bank Grant
ii tw t-e oM-titl at ouce. Three
rvtiik in a towu no larger than Illils-
bt( iiiviti: ttist the ui tries itiouiary
ar )!t t,i cutnbutors to the wealth
of josephm Oouisly.
In tho irtsue for tho week ending
Dec. 7 the Milton Esgle, Umatilla
County reports . that a utweriher
brought to that office several - boxes
of fresh ripe strawberries. - There
was feasting on Hrawberries and
cream about December 5th in north
latitude IS3 65'.
The Salem Capital Journal .wants
the State officers to be compensated
by paylug them a fixed salary. They
are to collect tees but these axe to l
paid into the treasury. Col. H offer
propone tu'savv to tho uiato &,tCS
per year. It is just possible that this
is another of Col: Holler's populistic
A H. P. Go's train, the 0v rlaud
pansuitger was wrecked last Saturday
as it was about to enter the station
grounds at Salem. Somo one had .
left a switch half open. Some of the
cars took the switch and some stayed
on the msiu track. The engineer
and his fireman were killed. None
of tho passengers were hurt.
The Tillamook Headlight has
beeo telling somo truths as It sees
the facts. Critics visited the office
auJ told the editor what they think
of him, Some one took the editor's
new umbrella, ami left a wreck in
stead. Tbe editor is rattled and
can not locate the man who did it.
Now there is anger bubbling.
Judge Hamilton, on the bench in
the Second District Is holding Court
nt Benton County. A brace of dU
voree suits came before him, One
he dismissed and in the other tbe
plaintiff, tbe husband, was required
to pay the defendant $75.00 within 30 ,
days for defence money. A failure
ed as the only safe and positive cure
for that annoying and disgusting dis- to dig up will bo equivalent t J dif
eaae. u cures ait iDnammaiinn l mimim ihi autt
quickly and ermaoeutly and is also
wonderfully quick to relieve hay
lever or cold In the bead.
Catarrh when neglected often leads
to consumption "Snu tiles" will save
you It you use it at once. It is no
ordinary remedy, hut a complete
treatment which is positively guar
am toed to cure catarrh in any form
or stage if used according to the di
reclioiis which accompany each
package. Don't delay but sent for It
at once and write full particulars as
to your condition and you will re
ceive special advice from the discov
erer of this wonderful romedy re
gardlng your case without cost to
you beyond the regular price of
"Suufllcs" the -'guaranteed catarrh
Sent prepaid to any address in the
United States or Canada on receipt
of one dollar. Address Dept. 1M,
Elwln It. Giles & Company, 2830
and 2332 Market Street, I'hila
Health and Beauty.
"A pill's a pill,' says the saw.
Bdt there are pills and pills. You
want a pill which is certain, tln.r-oug-h
and gentle. Muhtn't gripe.
IKWitt's Little Early Risers fill the
bill. Purely vegetable. Do not
force but assist tbe bowels to act.
Strengthen and invigorute. Small
and eaxy to take. - Dclt Drug atore.
There are some men who aectn to he
favorites of fortune. They are indus
trious, cheerful workers, full to over-
flowing.uf the energy of srlrmlirl health,
and surceaa atxms fairly to drop into
iiieir oanoa. it is oi sucn aa un-tr that
tbe lea hardy
is;'-"' A- -Jk
and lea success
ful mnn say
wna born with a
yM spoon in
And yet on
analysi it will
be found that
, tuts success, u
largely due to
endowment of a
health v" mother.
Iw. fierce' Favorite Prescription zi ves
me motnrr ncaitn to eive her child. It
cures nervouaness, nausea and sleepless-
nvm. u uiuKM ine ixxiy cnrutortaiiie anil
the mind content. It gives physical
vigor ami muscular clat icily ao tliiit the
baby'a advent is practically painless.
"I wtll ivimvtir lo ttll vnn of the nwiv
fw neftl. I hnvr oiiv-f) fnun taking- Dr. Ticrct'n
Hnwirilc lrif ijdion.' mT-,t.- ;r. u K Kohrt.
Hn of Mctr iiif I.o,.f?r. Hr.rrwr Cn . Kari'i "In
Ihc fall of twi t wa rrwcOri lo 'Ktijtnr a
m,4hr :inl i:lri.rM tf-rrl : wuh winn in the
bi.t-k of Hmt : In f:.-t I nclied all ctvtt. Suffer1"!
with awful thrill j down txtiua; r wn tare:
eiK-d l'r wnk. with tm.hap. A ladv fneti'l
told me to il lr I'krre Bu -Uiancn. Sh- had
taken thm an-l (.-It like a new wirmn I bevnn
Ritig ihv fi.-aiic 1-rev.rtTitKm ' ftnj look v-ur
rilr lrlofT my hnby c.inle -tni two utter
wariln I faitKr-'! nlm'fM .tenth with my other
two rhlMrrn. Kit hnMly r-1llfl thl i wna
lrk when thin twi wa. horn anThe weihed
twflee and cne-onartrr iionful.. Siie i now
eleven month, old and naa never Itmen aa
tuatra tckiK-M: at pewm the weigh thlrtv
reen raia'la I owe. a all to Dr. Piece"
Favorite ITeacrtfttton a
"Favorite IVrription " makes weak
women strong, uni rick wwnen well.
Accept no ultitute for the medicin
which wrrk wnnders for weak womerr.
In. riexce' Pleasant Pellets are the
most desirable laxative for delicate
An O. R. A N train was wrecked
beyond The Dalles last Friday. A
wrecker placed an iron nut on the
outside rail where the track made ft
slight curve. The wheel of the loco
motive was raised so that the flange
could not hold to the track. A wreck
resulted. The engineer was killed
and the fireman badly hurt No
passengers were injured.
The new butter factory Just estab
lished here by tho Cor vail Is Creamery
Compnry, began oiieratiotiB yester.
lay morning, reports the Corvallls
Gazette. Manager Kauplsch informs
us that 2U00 pounds of milk and 800
pounds of cream were received yes-
lerdsy. ' This wav put through the
separator and this morning between
300 and 400 pounds, of batter were
mado ready for the market.
A new furniture factory is tola)
jnatalled at Corvallls Immediately.
A car loid of machinery was receiv
ed last week. The building for the
shops in built and ready for occupan
cy. Oniy a short time ago an organ
factory was started trjnn employing
ten men, ail that could bo ob
tained, but to be increased to Hi as
soon as the skilled workmon can
ie ft uml. Now this second industry
is Inaugurated. Verily one venture
Is tho starter of another.
Heavy storms off the Oregon Goai-t
last week was tos-Jng to shipping. A
lumber barge broke looee from its
low south of . YsquinnaBay, Four
men were ou the barge. It drifted
north and went ashore near
Yaqulnna. One man was washed
over-board and lost. The other three
were saved. The wheat ship Nelson
off the mouth of tiro Col u ruber broke
away from the lug, and for a day
was supposed to tie lost, but site drift
ed north and n- picked up and
taken in to Port Towni-ind on Puget
A lifo IiiKurif-e M-clef y h8S been
organize! at Albsny, this state, to be
known as the Twenty Flvo Hun
dred. It costs $1 no to join and 50
cents for annusl dues. Upon the
desth of a meuitier sn asaemment of
f 1.00 is l;vied uii the living to replace
the dollar that ea-h had on dpmait
tK:for tho di-atli of the member. No
ont gels a Ailsry.. ..No fdllce rent . is
paid beciiiiv themerting, f the
fifficers are held iu an ofboe of some
lucmlter. .Ony tugq and atation
sry are paid for by the soercfy. The ,
tnetrdirHlkip la . Iimltini b 2o00 per-
son. . w hen vuewncy occurs by
deVh or -default la payment of sn
a-eaMOn', a ne w rorimber may be
taken. Both men and women be
tween tho ag'w of I " and 50 years are
eligible to membership.