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HILLSBORO, WASHINGTON COUNTY. OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY tu 1&02.
BO. TOBaCB, B.S. ToaQOS
THUS U. ft E. B TOM HE,
Orrioai Bootnas,, S, ktortraa Monk.
W. H. B1BBETT,
: Central Bloak. Boom sad f.
Ov-icai Booms aaul T. Motru Mock.
JOHN H. WALL,
Balley-Morgan Block, Rooms 1 A 2
N.t Remtorod to Good Health by Of I
L . k Plorco'm Favorite Prosorptton.
P$ Mi&'&t? 1 I hava taken aix bottlea of Doctor Pierce'a
'',!V Ti- 1 ' Favorite Prescription," ritea Miaa M. Fyfe, of
ffyf MPir$ f Orillia, Siincoe Co., Ontario, "and two bottlea of I ,
lilSlkrirk l! 1 the Pleasant Pelleta' as you advised, for congea- I
rfe rfmVStjZ S VW tion of neru. ovariea, and weaknese, and can f
I v y th4t your medidne hM been tbe
a ill 'IS w 1 V M5 ' men' ot ngttxia 10x1 to k00"1 be"lth g,i,, f
"vk llmliil 1 fc "'v.r j which I had not had for over three yeara, until j
f? S llluwiwl SjStif ' taking yonr medicine. I thank you very much !
I I involuntarily to her lipi daily. -fSi. tS-7'3ii.- IVMS, 17 tea M
How many a weak, nervous
woman finds that wish rising
involuntarily to her lipi daily.
She soea friend and acquaint
ance entering into porta and
frame, or enjoying social pleasures
from which she is nut out by weak
ness and sickness, and she say with
a sigh of envy and regret, " I wish
I were welL" Wishing will not make any
woman well, bat from wishing one may pass
to willing, and directly a woman wills to be
well sho looks for the mean by which health
may be attained.
When a sick woman asks " How can I
rogain nty health 7" the next question she will
ak is MIIow have other ic women been
, made healthy 7 and to that question there
is one unanimous answer from hundreds of
thousands of healthy, happy women t " We
were weak and were made strong, we were
sick and were made well by Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Proscription." The merit of this
medicine rests entirely upon its cares of
womanly diseases. It has oared and is curing
every form of womanly diseasca curable by
medicine ; and very often it cure forma of
womanly disease which local physician pro
nounce incurable except by a surgical opera
tion. It was so in the case of Vise Rata. It
has been so in a great many other cases.
" Favorite Prescription" cures In ninety-eight
per cent, of cases, or in other terms, it cures
forty-nine oat of fifty women who give it a
fair and faithful trial.
It would be worse than foolish to claim lor M Favorite Prescription n such
power to cure if that claim could not be supported by the living witnesses,
the women who have been cored. The number of these witnesses is legion,
Thore are women among this great army of the cured who were sufferers
from Irregularity -draadina each recurring month because it brought days of
misery and prostration. To-day they are in the full enjoyment of health.
Thore are other women who were suffering from weakening drains ; others
still who writhed, scorch od by th fire of inflammation, felt the pain of ulcera
tion and knew the possibilities of suffering expressed in that familiar term,
female weakness. To-day they are enloying perfect womanly health. No
more bearing-down pains. No more headaoho, backache, nervousness and
sleeplessness. They are perfectly and permanently cured by the use of
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
Can any woman afford to neglect such a means of cure for womanly dis
eases 7 It yon are etch ; if you suffer from irregularity., unhealthy drains,
inflammation, nloeration or female weakness, give " Favorite Prescription "
fair trial Thore is only one chance in fifty that you fail of a complete
cure. There is no chance that you fail of benefit, for M Favorite Prescrip
tion " always helps, and almost always cures.
Weak and sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, frte.
All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
If you are led to the purchase of " Favorite Prescription " because of its
remarkable cares of other women, do not accept an unproved substitute.
8. T. LINKLATEK. H. B. C. U.
pHYSICIAN AN D BUROEON
Umoa: at raaidenes, ot tcMirt
U,na, where b will b foaiul at all liuuia
wbaa aot viaitina patients.
J. P. TAXIES1E, . J-
g P. R. B. SURGEON,
Ovnea Uaaroaaca eorner Thin)
and Mala tttrwta. Onto hoem, a JO to IS
a. ., 1 to and 7 to S p. m. Telephone to
Maideno from Brook A hull' Drugstore at
all boors. All aalla promptly at tended,
night or day.
r A. BAILEY, X. f .
piIYBICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Morfran-Bailcy Block, up ataira,
rvoma 11, IB and 16. Ueaideuoa, h. W. Our.
baaa Lin ana neoonu itroeta.
j. e. adkiss,
Orrici Houiis: 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Offica io Union block over Pharmacy
0t nsroVs Common 80090 Modtoai Adwhtor,
Ofotb biodtoo, Im moot FREE om rooolot ot 31 omo'
pay OMMoamo of matting ONLY.
asMMf omty 81 mtamaa.
mom 1 Or. R. V P1ERGE,
PUBK8T GKOVK, OKEQON
Beetarb -Jal tmhf.60peraat. Cement
and Amalpaiu filling coins each. Uold
hlliiiKS I'rout $1 up ViUlixod air for paiu
Onion thraa doora north of Briok
store. Olflo hour from a. m. to4 p. m.
Children Especially Liable.
Burns, bruises and cut are ex
tremely painful and If neglected of
ten result In blood poisoning. Chil
dren are especially liable to such
mishap because not so careful. As
a remedy DeWiit'a Witch Hazel
Halve la unequalled. ' Draws out the
Are. stops the pain, soon heals the
wound. Beware of counterfeit.
bure cure for pile. "DeWltt's Witch
Ilazul Halve cured toy baby of ocaso-
ma after two physic-Inns gave her up
writes James Mock, N. Wetter,
lud. "The sores were ao bad she
soiled from two to Ave dresses each
day." lulaDru Hiore
an a, s 1M lir.J Ym Haw Hum BoufH
"Dfm Plorom Favorite
Promoflpttom Raltod Mo '
iom at Shik-bod."
"Your 'Favorite Prescrip
tion' is a truly wonderful med
icine," writes Miss Ilattie C.
Hats, Secretary of Brooklyn
Frauenverein, residing at 19
7th Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
It raised me from a sick-bed
when the doctor decided that
nothing but an operation would
give me relief. Words seem
weak to express my gratitude,
for life looks dark when health
is gone. I am glad to give mj
testimony, and shall always rec
ommend Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription to women who are
in need of it."
For book fsj
Buffalo,' M. V.
Blew a te A to mi a.
The old adage that the body some
times need a powerful, drastic, pur
gative pill has been exploded; for Dr.
King'a New Life Pills, which are
perfectly harmless, gently stimulate
liver and bowels to expel the poison
ous matter, cleanup the qyutera and
absolutely cure constipation and sick
headache. Only 25c at Delta Drug
Time ef testation and laeabatlon.
The period of gestation H 111 some'
times vary In tbe same anlmnl or
breed. For a horse colt the period is
nsuallv twenty to thirty nay longer
than for a name colt. The usual and
average periods are as follows:
Animal. Weeks. Days.
Mare and jennet 49
Period of Incubation.
.iivijbt. ............. ......
Child Wsrth Hillioa. ,
"My chili Is worth mill cms to
me," says Mrs. Mary ilsr I, or tlar
rlsburg, Pa., "yet I would have lost
her by croup had I not purchased s
hulilHof One Minute Cough Cure."
Oikj Minute Congo Cure is a sure
cuie -for iiij(ti'-l ti hi i', xiiil throat and
lung lritiM8 An alelntnly snfe
couli 1:11 1 wliii'h nuls imitivdirtliily.
1 lif yiiuiii;si cliil'l ikii tiike it with
enliie Ktih ly. The I tile oiu-a like
lii- (axle unit ri mrmlxT Imw nflen It
licijul ibi'iu. Evi ry f.nnlly Mhould
htveH iM.ttle of One Mluule f'oil'li
Cur- hmxly. Al litis -Kin fpeei
al'y ii nmy be tuiiliit sudiletily.
I l. limn Ht..r-.
A PrsllUible luvestmest.
"I wax troutiltd for about seven
years with my hWhurou atxl in lied
half tuy liuu-," wtys E. IVialck,
Homervllie, lud. "I spent about
1 1,000 and never coqld gut anything
tq help lue until 1 tried KhIiI Pys
ptipsia cure. I have laku a few
bottles and am entirety, well." You
don't live by what you eat, but by
what yodigextaud assiiniluta. Ifyour
stoinscb doesn't digest your food you
are really starving. Kodil I)yspe
sla Cure does the st-imauh's work by
digesting the food. You don't have
to diet. Ett all want. Kodol Dys-
peisla Cure cures all stomach trou
bles. Delta Drug Blore.
A Halcin creamery operator has
entered upon a new plan for the de
velopment of the dalty Industry in
th section of the valley. Whenever
he fiuds sn industrious farmer who
desires to purchase cons for a dairy
herd but who has not t-udlciont rsp-
ital. the iTi'HUitryuian buys the
necessary cows and then sells them
to the farmer, taking a mortgage for
the purchase price. It Is also agreed
that the farmer shall deliver all bis
cream at the creamery, . receiving
therefor a stated price varying with
the highest market quotation in the
Oregonlan. The farmer is thus en
allied to pay for the cows out of his
cream produced, and the creamery-
man has the advantage of increased
custom. The farmer who r ts cows
uuder this piu can pay off tho mort
gage at any tme he wishes and Is
then at lilierty ti sell his cream to
some other daii. in me last 10
days 10O cows have been added to
the number furnishing cream to the
creamery In question, by means of
this plan, ami other Oregon cream
eries may And It of advantsge to
them aa well as to the dairy Indus
try to adopt similar methods.
Ileal Uve Tsgetber.
CoiiHtipelion and health never go
tocether. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers promote early action of the
bowels without distress. "I have
been troubled with rostivenees nine
yenre,, snys J. O. Oreene, Di'pauw,
I ml. "I have tried many remedies
but Little Early Risers give best re
sults." Delta Drug Htorn,
It Circles the fclobe.
The fame of Bucklen's Arnica
Halve, as the best in the world, x
tends around the earth. It's the one
perfect healer of cuts, corns, brnlses,
sores, scalds, boils, ulcers, lelons.
sches, pains and all skin eruptions.
Only Infallible pile cure. 263 a box
at Dolta Drug Wore.
Base ball players should use The
Delta Liniment, as it cures sprains
and bruises, toughens the hands and
keeps tbe fingers auple.
A WOBTHY SVCCEMSOK.
Nemethlug New l'alrr
All Doctors have tried to cure
catarrh by the use of powdeis, acid
gases. Inhalers and drugs In psste
form. Their powders dry up the
mucuou membranes causing I hem
to crack open and bleed. The now
erful acids -used in the Inhalers have
entirely eaten away the same meui
branes that their makers have alm
ed to cure, while pastes and oint
ments cannot reach the disease. An
old and experienced practitioner
who has for many years made a close
study and specialty or the treatment
of catarrh, has at last perfected a
treatment which when raunruiiy
used, not only relieves at once, lut
permanently cure catarrh, by re
moving the cause, stopping the dis
charges and curing alt tuliamuiuiion.
It is the only remedy known to
science that actually reaches the af
flicted parts. This wonderful rem
edy Is known as "Snuffles, the
guaranteed catarrh cure" and is sold
at the extremely low price of one
dollar, each package containing in
ternal aud external medicine suA)-
cient for a full month's treatmeut
and everything necessary fi its per
"81111IIW Is the only perfect catarrh
cure ever nisde anil is now recognis
ed as the only safe and positive cure
for that annoying and disriisting dis
ease. It cures all In Hum mx Hon
quickly and permanently and is also
wonderfully quick to relieve nay
fever or cold in the head.
Catarrh when neglected often lead
to consumption "BnuflW ill save
you It you use It at once. 11-is no
ordinary remedy, but a complete
treatment which la positively guar-
arnteed to cure catarrh in any form
or stage If used according to the di
rections which seoomisny eacn
package. Don't delay hut .sent for It
at once aud write full particulars as
to your condition and you will re
ceive special advice from the discov.
erer of this wonderful remeoy re
garding your esse without t to
you iieyond the regular price 01
".Snuffles," the "guaranteed catarrh
Hent prepaid to any address in the
United Htatea or Cuusda on receipt
of one dollar. Address Dept. K 750,
Edwin B. Giles A Company, 2330
and 2382 Market etn ?t, Phils
delphta. , ' ' ' - . . .' .
W110 HI 1H.
It Is said that Governor Bhaw, of
Iowa, owes his selection as a sccre
tary of tbe treasury to the fact Oint
he It himself a prt sidoiitial possibil
ity.. ' lie has never been a Rmwevell
man. He was pposed to 1 loose
velt's nomination to the vlceprtvi
dency. Before the McKlnley I rag
edy . it wps understood among his
frleuds that Iowa would present his
name to the 1904 convention. .
Five years ago Htiaw was an un
known man In a little town of 20(H)
inhabitants. He leaped into prorsl
nonce by a siieeeh made in reply to
one made by W. J, Bryan.
He la an earnest Methodist. .
He Is opposed to dancing,
lie never drank llquorjor tstd
He belongs lo no secret societies.
He Is democratic and, it Is said,
treats bis servants, as hls.equals.
He Is both banker and lawyer.
He Is fifty-four, and is very hale
He was born In a log cabin In Ver
mont and spent his boyhood on a
He earned with his own labor the
money that put him through college.
He says his success In lire Is due to
He always got lo his law office at
7 a. to. and stayed there until 10 p.
He was the superintendent of two
Hundny nchools for twenty years.
He hss a high forehead, thin, gray
hair, a heavy mustache and gray,
clone-cropped side whiskers.
He looks In dress lite a Methodist
Theasaads Neat lata Exile.
Every year a laige number of poor
suffers whose lungs are sore and
racked with coughs are urged to go
to another climate. But thislscost-
y an not always sure. Don't be an
exile when lr. King's Now Dlscov
ery for consumption will cure you at
home. It's the most Infallible med
icine for coughs, colds and all throat
and lung diseases on earth. The
first dose brings relief. Astounding
cures result from persistent use.
Trial bottles free at Delta Drug Store.
Price 60c and f 1.
' Health aad Beaaty.
"A pill's a pill," says the saw.
Bat there are pills and pills. You
wants pill which Is certain, thor
ough and gmlie. Mustn't gripe.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers fill the
bllL Purely vegetable. Do not
force IrMt assist the bowels to act
Strengthen and invigorate. Small
and easy lo take. Dolt Drug store.
8eed lime aud Harvest.
A good time to think most serious
ly of the lisrvet is seed time. The
d ctsiou you make then will de
terminn the value of your crops
later. The growing competition in
seed wiling is an increasing. lew r tt-
tlon to unscrupulous dealers to make
extravagant rlalms Tor their seeds,
both In price and producing quali
ties. The wisest farmers are tliure
who are Influenced most by what ex
per ic nee has proven lo be good and
true. Thousands of seed sowers In
all sections of the country sow Fer
ry's fa room seeds year after year,
and huvo the satisfaction nt good
harvests to Justify their continued
faith in the Ferry firm. They are a
few cents more at seed time, but you
realize many dollars in better crops
at the hafvest. Tho natural conse
quence of this confidence is an ever
increasing business, D. M. Ferry A
Co. sent out last year more seeds
than any other seed house In the
world. The 1902 catalogue of this
house Is now ready and will be found
a useful guide In selecting the choic
est seed for the furmer. the truck
gardeuer aud the flower gardnor. It
Is sent free on request. Address D.
M. Ferry A Co., Detroit. Mich.
Ktsiest of nccess among all the
Canons ot Colorado, being siluat-d
on the main liue of the Denver &
Rio Ura ode between Canon City and
Silid in tho front range of the
Ricklos, it the tnont specular, awe
inspiring and magnificent.' Down
this mighty cleft in tho heart of the
granito roe i-bur tk't rush the ra ing
wstors of the Arkansas River, lashed
Into foaming fury aud deslied into
S. mining spray by its swift dent
through the tortuous defile. Bo r ar
row is the pannage at one point
that there was no room for Ixitli the
road end river, end then-fore a cur
iously constructed bridge of steel had
to- be ?hrewn !ej:lh!i " of-th
stresm. kUKpenricd from iron sup
ports mortised into the canon walls
on each side lo the right and left.
And right here c m be si en the cli
max of all (he canon's grandeur, that
which has been aptly called "The
Royal Gorge." For two thousand
six hundred feet the solid monoliths
soar upward five limes as lofty as
the - Washington Monument, the
highest permanent structure rired
by the hand of tunn. No words chu
adequately describe the magnificence
of the scone. Only those who hfcve
lielicld its gforie) can appreciate
This Is but one of the many won
ders of nature revealed to the travel
er on the Denver A Rio Grande
Railroad, "The fv.-euic Line of the
For detailed information about
this most delightful trip to tho East,
Address J. D. Mitnficld,
Oen'l Agt, Rio Grande System, Port
T Taa a Hide With Hair On.
Bpriiikle freely, while still fresh
and wet, with oue part alum and
two parts saltpeter m ado very fine
and thoroughly mixed, being sure it
ranches every part i.f the raw side.
Then told one-half the fiiuh side over
011 to the other half and roll closely.
After a day or two oien and sc-repe
with a dull knife till perfectly clean.
When It is about half dried rub and
work it till thoroughly dry, and it
will be soft and pliable. By using
thN method a favorite dog's pelt
may serve you again, as a pair of
mittens; or a sheepskin my tie con
verted into a rug, and pui-sy once
more give comfort in a muff nr muff
ler for the little one who mourns its
A Drop Mjsterj.
It Is a mystery why women endure
blackheads, headache, nervousness,
sleeplessness, melancholy, fainting
and ditty spell when thousand t
have proved that Electric Bitters
will quickly cure such troubles. "I
suffered for years with kidney
trouble," writes Mrs. I'hebe Chrrleg,
of Peterson, Is., "and a Inine back
pained me so I could not dress my
self, but Ebcliic BUlers wholly
cured in, anil, although 73 years
old, I now am Vble to do all my
hounework ,' It overti mes consti
pation, improves appetite, gives xt
lect health. Only COc at Delta Drug
Tale efcraatara to aa arary bo of tbs amain
Laxative bromo-yuinine tsucu
tba rawady last sawarui aVMJhaejtay,
NEWH OF TUB NTATK.
A diamond mine has been dis
covered in Idaho. ' Lewiston is the
The rumor that tbe Northern Pa
cific whl build a cut-off on its line
aud secure a water level route Into
"ortland seems to be well founded.
Mrs. Henrietta Harrington was
found dead in her bed In Clackamas
county, Saturday morning. Death
was due to heart failure. Tbe de
ceased was 68 years of age.
Old Jonotban Tlce, well known In
tho extreme east end of the county,
though n resident of Mnltnomah, has
brought suit for divorce. Jonathan
is an old man, being over 70 years of
At the phntographio exhibition,
held Inst week In San Francisco, ten
prises were awarded to Oregon ex
hibitors of amateur photographers.
There wero 137 prises contested for
by photographers of the world.
Twelve hundred pictures were on
There lies been for several weeks a
row among the members of the Port
of Portland commission. The presi
dent, Ellis G. Hughes, wanted to
build a dredge Hint would ' work up
stream. Tho others wanted to work
down stream. Now Hughes has re
signed the presidency. So the down
streams will be able to di 1ft with the
current ind draw pay,
Harry Banfield, Portland, looked
death in the face last Saturday, when
he wa caught in an elevator. By a
ork of the machine he was thrown
on his buck. His legs hung over the
side of the platform and were ought
between the floor above and the ele
vator platform es it went np. The
olistruction stopped tho machinery
end the, pinched man was removed.
Mrs. Minnie Och, at Huntington,
Baker county, got up at 6 o'clock one
morning last week, leaving her.l-year-old
child In bed. She returned
and found tbe child dead. She ssys
it crawled under the bed clothes after
she left It and smothered. . Tbe cor
oner's jury found that . death
resulted from the criminal negligence
of the mother, who left . it many
hours too long. , , .,
Wide,' one of the assavins of
young Morrow, In East Portland,
last full, confesses that he shot Mor
row, but that it ws an accident; that
the pistol was easy -on trigger and
was discharged when he really did
not intend to fire. Gov. Geersees
nothing in the confession that mill
gates the crime and will not, because
of that alone, Interfere. Dalton's at
torney expects to' circulate a petition
for signatures which he will present
to tho governor, asking that the
death sentenco bo commuted to life
The S.tleiu S"iitini charges that
tho state board for tbe matiHgement
of the school fund hrs loaded 250O
on 43 acres of Und ner tho fair
ground. The county surveyor certi
fit's that the land described in the
mortgsge is only 81 acres in extent.
If the rules of tbe board to loan only
a sum equal to one third the value
of tho security have been observed,
then tho tract is worth about $.'40
per acre. At .this distance it is not
believed that there Is any land about
the fair ground worth that price. A
furmer living on an adjoining tract
makes effilduvit that the parcel in
question Is worth no more than 25
per acre. The land Is assessed at
$837.. The loan was msde and tbe
only question Is touching the vulue
of the security. . There may be Im
provements on the place that brings
up its value.
Frank A. Rskowski, aged 28 yens,
hss been drummed out of the army
and sentenced to serve ten years in
the U. H, prison at A 'cat rax island.
The convict was born In Chicago of
Polish parent, and Is the youngest
ol the family, was a volunteer in the
Spanish war and when must
ered oat ol the volunteer service, en
listed in the regular army. He was
an artilleryman and with bis com
puny w-s stationed at the mouth of
Columbia. A few days ago, while
drunk, lie uttered anarchistic sent!-
monti-; glorified Csolgotc; said he
would take care ol President Roose
velt as soon as his term of enlistment
expired, three months hence. For
these treasonable utterances he was
court-martialed and sentenced as
above indieatiMl. His father and
mother live In Chicago. His father
is in the saloon business. Frank ap
pears to have l-cc n a lad of good char
acter and a good soldier tip to the
date of thli eutbresk. His only de
fence Is that he was drunk when he
utlcrod the treasonable words.