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HILLSIlOliO, WASHINGTON COUNTV, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY j8, 1002.
FKOl'KNHIOS AL OAKIrX.
VHIIH. U VOXllS,
B. . TOKUP
thus 11. A E. K tomuiie;
jTl'i KN KYH-AT-LA W,
tlH.U IU.IW), OKKUON.
Oiri;-. M-miiib3,4, a 5, Moriraa Mook.
' W. K. HiKKETT,
I TOKN KYH-AT-LA W,
H II. I HJHO, OKaViON
tim.m: (Jeutral tiloos. Uoomi uJ 7.
O.mn: Ituouia R huJ T. Morgan Moos.
JOHN M. WALL,
III LI.SHOUO, OKEUOX.
HaiLy-Morgan Block, Rooms 14 2
K. T. LINK LATER, It. B. C. M.
ItHYSlClAN AND SURGEON
ik.in: itt reni.lenoe. east of oonrt
J Ion.. li.r he will be found at all noun
when ut visiting palienta.
J. 1 TAM1ES1E, ..,
VC P. R. II. SURGEON,
IIILLKKOltO. KKO N.
larioa n Kssinasna : corner 1'h'J
anil Mum Htrwlrt. Illlioe boom, M "
a. in.. 1 to ft mill I lo 8 p. m. ialeouone to
. riMulnuiMi from llronk & Hola' llrugstore
nil IwHim. All nulla Dromptl atMDUaa,
Uirtht or ilny.
A. ItltLEV, M. K.
jHYKlCIAN AND SURGEON
Oltiee MoiKaii-Tiailey Ulk. up alairi,
rooms I ', 1.1 ami l(. liMiiileniMt, H. W. Uur.
itaae l.iiio Buil HeoonU streets.
J. V.. AUKIXH,
Optica Hours: 9 a. nt. to 4 :.T0 p. n.
Ollice in Union Mock over Pharmacy
FnUKKT tlKOVK, OREGON
V - i ii a i
In a paper read before the Pcnnsyl-
ranla Lire Stock Breeders' asaociutlon
L. P. Bailey, president of the Ohio
Palry union, said:
Discouraging na the conditions I hnve
portrayed iwin, yet I see much In the
future to encourage the Intelligent clnl
ryman. This competition bua caused
tboae continuing In the business to put
more thought Into tbe work. I'ulry
schools now rx'at in innuy states, lin
ing a jjranJ work, truehlnii U'ttiT
luet bods In (he manufacture ami cure
f dairy prod ml h. feed Inn and care of
dairy atock. The limitation of the (iront
bill laat winter was a campaign of ed
ucation, eulluliteuing the public In the
practice of the oleomargarine dealers.
Whether tbe bill pusses this congress
or not the reaults will be beneficial to
tbe dairy Interest. Those best Inform
ed think tbe bill will pass. The future
dairy farmer must make bis product
so wholesome, quality and conditions
so attractive, as to defy competition
with any imitation. Tbe imitation can
not equal tbe perfect genuine article.
Tbe consumption of milk and crenm
Is rapidly Increasing In our cities.
drawing- supplies from large sections
heretofore producing butter and cheese,
Good quality means good prices. The
best means the greatest success. It la
the privilege and duty of dairymen to
demand of our legislative bodies ade
quate laws that will protect our Just
rights, but our first duty Is to make
every effort that care, science and skill
ran do to Improve our products and
place them on the markets In an at
tractive form. Then they will com
mand remunerative prices, assuring
larger profits than most other ngrlcul
tural Interests. .
A Choked Tow.
IS 111 IS Tilt Itt'AL (LEW.I.AMt?
In Met 'lu res Magazine William
Allen White sums up nix estimate of
fX-President Cleveland thus:
"Cleveland, as a statesman, will he
remembered as the man who stopped
I hinge. He. checked abuses; he pre.
vented the lind men from accomr
liHuitii; llieir Bchcii.c; he warded off
impending calamity; lift reduced rev
enues and saved taxec; he stayed the
ebbing tide fit public credii; he
throttled anarchy; he Htopel for
eign HgrHiidizcment on Hie Ameri
ca u continent. Always he was the
safely valve. He brought no new
docliine to the. people; lie had no
(henry of government merely au
ideal of duty for the Imiir. He
fnutxh ii no instill. lion ; in I lie politi
cal life of his time lir constructed
not hi lie;. He will l remembered as
one who every hour id the working
day did what -lie thought wns exact
ly tight, and who never attempted
to guide the current (if the public
business, but ftlwsys to that the
business was wiely and honestly
done. He wan n mode-it, imlustri
trlous public servant, who lived'so
closely the mot'o, A public ollice is
a public trut,' tn.it people came to
believe that he invented It which
he did not. Ilia iihiiiu wus never
inked with any policy, and no lnw
on I lie statute books of his country is
known as ('levi'lami's lw. He tried
to (Race his personality, but it was
so strong and distinctive and pun
gent with inascullnily that it domi
nated everything he did in s ite of
his aversion to public politics. Yet
he will never tie a hero, because he
did not live a dramatic life. He
M EX m THE KEN ATE.
4lllK Sll. Eli.
llMU&rt. -rial teeth i .. ner sat. Cement
ai.i iI.moii hllniFH M centa aacb. Uolil
lilliiK Ironi SI up. Vitalized air lor paiu-
i... 1 1 1.1.1 i.ni.
i - : ill rue doora nortb of Briok
ntum. ltbs houra from t a. w. to4 p. m
Ks.iiest of access among all (he
Canons ol Colorado, being situated
on tbe main line of the Denver A
Uio tirande between Canon City and
Hslidit in the front range of th
Uockles, is the most specular, awe-
inspiring and inagiiiKcent. Down
this mighty cleft in the heart of tbe
gianile roc.t-bnrrier rush the raying
waters of the Arkansas River, lashed
into foaming fury and dashed into
spooning spray by ita swift duceut
ihroiiL-h the tortuous drfllo. No i ar
row Is I he passage at one point
that there was no room for both tbe
road and river, and therefore cur
iously conwtrucled bridge of steel bad
to lie thrown lengthwise of the
stream, mspended frtuu iron sup.
jsiris morti.-ed into the canon walla
on each hide to the right and lert.
Anil right here ran be seen the cli
max of all Iho raiion'a grandeur, that
which Iihh N-en aplly called "The
Iloyal Jorge." For I wo thousand
six hundreil feet the solid monoliths
soar upward Ave) limes aa lofly as
the Washington Montnuent, the
highest iermnnent alruclure reared
by the hand of man. No word can
adequately dtweribe Iho uiaiuitieence
of the si-ene. (Inly those who have
la-held It glories can appreciate
This la hut one of the many won
lera of nature revealed lo the travel
r on Ihe Denver A Uio Orande
Hilroad, " The Kcenie Iine of the
For detailed information about
this most delightful trip to thfl Kant,
Address J. D. MJnuVld,
(len'l Agl, Uio lira tide System, Port
land. I Iregon,
Atk, ll HiiMl Vio Hjv Alanvs SaqgA
Deantka f IM l tci sirs) mwiq pwn
Last fall one of our cows was found 1 .1)UH, r,.lain t, posterity a disein
. . i. i . .. i ... i ... .1 - i .. i
relate. J. V. Cass In Prairie Fanner. M1'"1 "P"". "n 1,,"ttl l'f h",Wtyt
We at once procured a piece of rubber hearing a man's name the symlsil
hose of tbe right size and after pouring of a national inspira ion toward pub-
down half a pint of oil Inserted the ii
bose In tbe animal s mouth and at
tempted to force the obstruction down.
But, as we expected, tbe bose was
worthless for tbe purpose, as it would
double up, not having sufficient stiff- A mammoth ledge of cinnabar has
neas. By chance we thought of using h,., ncvrel in tbe Klk Creek
CVUIUIUH uuKKy w Ul ur IUH puriuna,l ,. . . nM ' lulw.uy
. . . . i , . ..... IllilUlll, Urui lf1ln pn.-. - ' " '
ilu wuu iu:s wen smeiiriTU vtiiu 9011
grease we succeeded In a few seconds ill a widih of DUO to 6110 feet where it
Dushlng tbe obstruction down, and the cuts across Klk Creek, and It has
cow was relieved at once. No lnstru- traced for about a mi!e through
meut we think, could hedeslgned that E ,,.,. It Ih u,
wnnM lua ma Wttll BlniituH r t na mil. I
pose as an ordinary buggy whin with M''"'y ,I,H lK cinnabar ledge
rawhide center. It Is Just the right size yet discovered in Oregon, and possi
and shape, being pliable and with 110 0y as large as uny yet discovered on
aanger or oreaamg 11 on in me so-ug- the Tht, p,(, mat,r ()f ip
gliug of tbe animal to relieve itself . . , , .n ...
from choking. "'K r Vi ."".
Tk. Beat Miiki.. M..hi... 5 per tent mercury. I no nig leoge
Miss Ebba K. Ilallborn, a clinrmlnplis lieing develoed and ojiened up by
young Kandiyohi girl living near Will- tunnel
A Washington correspondent notea
that it U an interesting fact that all
ot the plain, practical, matter of-fuct
business met in the senate are good
talkers. Senator ilanna, of course,
is the most conspicuous example.
Without training in public speaking
he has develoxd .into a speech-mak
er, ami fits erne; characteristics la
otmervablo in other business men
who t ilk. He div-s not Indulge in
rhetorical phrases, but says exactly
what he means id tbe fewest possi
ble words, Hi-nat-ir Perkins, of Cali
fornia, is a sea captain by training,
and yet he never lails to create a fa
vorable impression when be ad-
dresses tbe senah, so clear-cut are
Senator Aldrich Is anolher ex
ample of the business man, whose
speeches are models of clearness and
directness, and he is alwaxs certain
lo command attention whenever lie
has anything to say. Heuator Proct
or, who knows more about marble
than any other man in the country
and who makes no pretense to a
classical education, talks with great
readiness and !rpicuity, so that
there Is no possililjily of misunder
standing him. He has, also, the
faculty of condensation, his famous
speech In which he vividly describe
the conditions in Cuba, being an ex
ample. Honator Warren, of Wyo
ming, must be includen In the list.
Ho is a business man in tbe largest
meaning of the term, managing
large properties in bis stte, and be
ing one of the greatest authorities iu
the country in the mailer of wool
growing and wool selling, and when
he talks he demonstrates that busi
ness training rather stimulnb a the
art of expression. Heuator Warren
recently addressed, by Invitation,
the National Wool (i rowers' Asso
ciation, which shows that his talent
for speech making is lecognized by
his business associates. The time
SEWS W THK STATE.
TUE CaiSESK XAKKET.
with her ability to meet iuterna I many and tbe United State will bel
tlonal obligations. . I found to be occupying the same posi-
"Furthermore, such a concession Hon, sod thus tbe result 111 be that mrvaiH vocalists have orgaulzeu
on China's part would undoubtedly Russia and France will be arrayed """N" cno,r nuoneng 7 voices.
be followed by demands from other on one side and Great Britain, tier-1 Albers A Schneider, Portland,
powers for similar equally extensive many, Japan and tbe United Butes I were burned out last Sunday, loss
$30,000; fully Insured.
Sixty-four thousand dollars la tbe
sum paid in taxes by tbe property
owners in Benton county.
The river atearnboat, ftutb, that
was sunk at Oorvallis a few wttks
ago, has been repaired, aud la now1 '
back on the old route.
The Board of Trade for Urania
Pass are building an exhibit build
ing 3030 feet in size and one story
high. It will cost 1700.
Tbe Baker City Walters' Union
are fighting tbe Chinese cooks, and
announce that the restaurants of that
town must discharge them. The
union has no white labor to fill tint
A workman cut an elm at the
advantages elsewhere in the Chinese I on tbe other."
empire, and tho Inevitable result
mus be tbe complete wreck of the!
policy of absolute equality of treat
ment to all nations respecting trade,
navigation aud commerce within
the empire confines.
"On tbe other hand, the attaln-
II. B. Miller. Consul at Niu Ch-
wang, China, has written a letter to
J. W. Bailey about about tbe open
Ing in tint country for Oregon pro
ducts. Do say si "the consumption
meiii ny one power or such exclusive of eaned milk, butter, Jam, fruit
privileges for the commercial or- vegetables and cheese from Oregon Is
ganizations ot lis nationality con- bound too lucreaae .' lie dwells on
flicta with the assurances repeatedly tne imnirtance of condeoced milk
couveyeti m mis government ny trie fat.tory Oregon. He write:
imperial ivussmu ministry 01 foreign .ir 0t , -uunliea from home and
affairs of the imperial govern- Lr.iou h.n . n., nr nn
meut's intention to follow be boxes of aoDlee I got 30. after nicking
poucy 01 me open aoor as auvocaieti tneul over The Mt only
uy u.o government 01 11.0 u o i wa . tout 2 ber cent. Thev are the onei
Ua..a a . .a a I "
ota.es anu accepicu oy an me ireaiy to gnl ,, tnU eoUntry. The lellv
powers having commercial interests mad jaul were very poor klailtf
me empire. n-. .... thn beat trade here. The
"It Is for these reasons that the foxea were too thin and half of them "N r Th,,d nd fferaon streets,
government of Ihe Uuited KUtes, WPr broken Oreat nnanlties of Portland, last week, that bad been
now as formerly animiled by the kul anJ ara consumed here. The UrowlnR ,ou, 40 ye"- Four Uei
sinwrest desire for insuring to the I pacific Coast ought to supply this l1 ,ue ttoaad It was six and one-
wuoie worm mo ounenis 01 tun ami ,ra,ie DlU go t M 1 hBve discovered ,cr
.a.r unercourae oeiweiu ,uina anu ,he auaiifv wou't do, Entrlish lams Albany has two citlrena nlnetv
the nations ou a footing of eqnal ue lii all over this country In years or more of age. Pat Brennen
ngnw ana advantages to all, submits -reat .inoUnts and at .rood nrices. I leads at 93. almost 94. his blrthdav
me aoove to me earnest consiuera- Thi pp here ro able to pay being the 18th of next anoulh, with
i.oo 01 me impenai goverumenis 01 for nr8t.claas atock. and thev demand A. W. Oordon next. Mr. Gordon's
flLI- . I - " I "
ifi 1 jr v is s 1 units t udiuk aearia- wwsa.
tuey w.u give weigni 10 11s import. The con.umntion 0i -..nned milk. Albanv Democrat.
auce anu mai mey win aiiopt sucn butter jan8 frul8 teKeUbes and
measures as will relieve the just cheege . to ncrease ,ery fast,
and natural anxiety of the United ,nd Oregon should get into condition
I at once to take advantage of this
The Tribune prints, also, the foL trade,
lowing special from Washington. you nave no conception of how
nas neen unuorsioou new irom earrjM, the Ru8sans are in their de-
tbe outset tliat tho terms of the sire for expansion on the Paclflo, and
linusn-japeneae government 10 pre. how larire a factor thev will he here.
vent the Integrity of China was sub. Uu9:lU ta the country that the Urlted be WM Uken ,0 lh P,,ee Uoa
mtttea in advance to President states will have to deal with In ,m,u ,u u,w "onpuai,
Rooesv It and Secretary Hay and ap- Oriental matters. W should have
Henry C. Albers, of tbe firm of
Albers A Schneider, was beaten to
insensibility by tbe police last
Sunday. Albers attempted to go
iuto tbe burning building
which the police forbid. Starting to
go without permission, he was set
upon with clubs. In a dseed statu
proved by them.
many young men
mar, Minn., recently won a prize of (ir
offered to tbe young woman who could
prove she bad milked the greatest num
ber of cows from Jan. 1 to (let. 1, I'.mjI
Miss Ilallborn milked lO.Siil) cowi
within the period named, an average of
nineteen cows twice a day. Hhe Is but
sixteen years old. What need of milk
ing machines when Minnesota's daugh
ters can make such a record as this?
New York Produce Review.
The Dalrr la Sonlh Dakota,
Tbe growth of tbe dairy industry in
Rollfh Tlflknls fnF tliA ttut rlnraila ( nnc
of the agricultural marvels of this greatest neeil men is f.iecirio inners,
country. Home Idea of Its extent may the splendid tome, blood puriller
be gained from the fact that In the a, regulator of stomach, liver and
month of August hist the creameries ot ,.,., nn J,iu i, r,..i
tbut state took 9,532,9Ua pounils of milk 7. " .' 1 , 11 i n
lllia lliev wiiikii'ouiiv nm-un" 11
Five s?r nt ore means 100
pounds quick silver to tho ton, mid
the metal lias sold for 75 cents per
A legacy of the drip.
Is often a run down eyideni. Weak
ness, nervousness, lack, of appetite,
energy riiiI- ambition, with disorder
ed liver and kidneys often follow an
attack of this wretched diseass. The
Judge Hamilton has handed down
learning decision in the Kings Valley log
ging case. He does rot pass on tho
Steaa Death Off. constitutionality or tbe logger's law.
K, a Munday, a lawyer feor. Ha boWt th,t ,hjr9 ,s D0 Kround for
I etta. Tex., once fooled a eraviMlig. UUMi ranw ana me otner uerenu-
ger. He says: "My brother was M" ,0 enjoined, because they
very low with malarial fever and nBve. no ,0 lar Uooe y"H
jtiandiee. I persuaded him to try wnpo''w ana exact nnaue tons on
Elect rlo Bitters and ho was soon I
the Lucklmute. Oorvallis Times.
much better but continued their use
until he was wholly cured. I am
sure Electric Bitters saved his life."
This remedy expells malaria, kills I
The Illinois river, Josephine coun
ty, was higher during tbe late freshet
than It has been since the flood of 'CI.
A number of families residing oppo-
from 6.G29 farmers,
for which thev
in my opinion, the best plan for tnr
man who wishes to raise larger butter
cows from grade Jerseys la to get a
"business" Guernsey bull, says a corre
spondent in Kural New Yorker. He
will get more size thnn the pure breilf
of either breed. A Guernsey male used
on blgb grade Jersey cows seems tc
get better average results In producer
than Is obtained with pure breds of
either breed. This Is contrary to the
best accepted theory, I know, nnd doe
not apply to all cross breeding, but the
facts of extended observation and ex
perience with both breeds have chang
ed a strongly preconceived bias against
mixed breeding with grades. A good
Jeraey-Uuerusey grade la today the
beat dairy cow for the ordinary farmer,
aud I believe the further crossing will
be just as successful If continued in
one direction, but promiscuous mlxlns
Is hardly desirable. Wltb a gmsl reg
istered herd of either bnsjd permit no
crossing, but wltb a herd of high grade
Jerseys I am sure tbe size and also the
dairy qualities can lie Improved by the
use of a Guernsey bull of blgb dairy
qualities. In your selection beware of
the uerves, build up the system and
restores to health and good spirits
after an attack of grip. If suffering,
try litem. Only fiOc. Perfect satis
faction guaranteed by Delta Drug
Siberia baa long been sending buu;
to England, but the opening of tin
Transalbeiian railway baa made It a
far more formidable competitor than
It formerly was. Last year the Im
ports of Siberian butter were valoi-d at
AL4Ot,0OU, and this year It la estimated
that they will reach the value of 'J.
BrtO.OOO. Tbe supply of butter which
Siberia can furnish is and! to be prac
tically unlimited, and It la possible that
tbe opening of MiU-rln may affect the
dairy Industry of these countries a
disastrously as the opening up of Amer
ica affected tbe m In at grow Ing Indus
try. It la also r:.pccted that Sllierta
will sbority flood the English market
;wlth pouhrv. gatae and meat Cleve
land Plain Dealer
lliicklrn's Arnica Salve.
The best and most famous com
pound In the world to con.pier aches
and kill pains. Cures cuts, heals
burns aud bruises, Hulsliien inflam
mation, masters piles. Millions of
boxes sold yearly. Works wonders
in boils, ulcers, felons, skin eruptions.
It cures or no pay. 25c at Delta
Sav I Her ( hihl'a Lire.
'In three weeks our chubby litile
hoy was changed by pneumonia al
most to a skeleton," writes Mrs. W.
Wfllkins, of I'ltssant City, O. "A
terrible cough set in, that, in spite of
a gisid doctor's treatment lor several
weeks, grew worse every day. We
thru iisisl Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, and our dtrling
was 0011 sound and well." Millions
know it's the only sure cure for
coughs, colds ami all lung diseasis.
licit Drug Store guaranli-ea satisfac
tion o0c, tl. Trial Isittl.-s fn-e.
disease germs and purifies the blood; ,lte Kerby were red from drown
ama uigesuon, regulates nVer, iu-1 Ug by rafts. A horse swam across
neys and bowels, cures constipation, the river crryin,. . iin arjd htf .hi-
oysH.-mia, nervous uiseases, Kidney
troubles, female complaints; gives
lierfect health. Only f.Oc at Delta
means the unfortunatea were towed
to safety. Six families were rescued
In this way. Grants Pass Observer.
The farm formerly owned by Sam
Woodward and purchased by Miss
McDowell, of Indiana, Is undergo
ing a transformation process which
seems lo have arrived, in fact, when
the business man as an orator oc
cupies an enviable position in the
making of laws.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
UM'LE !MX FIXERS THE PIE.
The following cable dated Pekin,
China, Feb. 10th, was printed in tbe
morning papers of the United States
A sensation was caused in diplo
matic circles here today when it lie
came known that the United States,
through Secretary of State Hay, had
sent a note to the Kusian and Chi
nese governments following closely
along the lints of the Anglo-Japanese
treaty of January 80.
The note is a distinct warniug to
both China and Kusia that the Unit
ed States will t ot permit the integ
rity of the empire to be molested in
favor of one nation to the detriment
of another. The note, which prac
tically endorses Ihe English treaty
with Japan, says:
"Washington, D. C, Feb. 1. An
agreement whereby China gives any
corporation or company Ihe exclusive
right or privilege of s ning mines,
establishing railroads or in any other
way Industrially developing Man
churia can Ik viewed with the grav
est concern by the government of
Ihe United States.
"It c institutes a mnnois ly which
is a distinct breach of the stipulations
of the treaties concluded between
China and foreign nwers aud there
by seriously affects the rights of Am
"It restrict the rightful trade, ex
posing it to being discriminated
against, Intcrferrcd with or other
wise jeopardized, and strongly tends
lo ' permanently Impairs China's
sovereign rights in this part of Ihe
empire, while it seriously Interferes
policy, however, of avoiding entaog-
ling alliance, the United States pos
itively declines to become a party to
any actual agreement concerning
"When Lord Cran bourne, in the
British parliament last week, de
t'averlta Nearly Krertvikere.
Constipation means dullness, de
pression, headache, generally disor
dered health. De Witt's Little Early wi .ak. u . mnlB. iltajm
tIu bitM..l.l. 4tv II L. I
Bmu.u.... iuC ..ver, upeu .ue prefM)n, owner bu8, y cn8Ke4 mak
Ing changes with the old buildings
and has already remodeled the dwel
ling, and Intends to build at once a
large barn in a new location, demol-
lh tha old one, replace old fences
bowels and relieve this condition
Safe, speedy and thorough. They
never gripe. Favorite pills. Delia
Saved Hiai freat Tertare.
There Is no more agonizing trouble wlh new on"i P,n. P and re-
than piles. Tbe constant itching new tmnga generally until ber farm
and burning makes life Intolerable! wi" ,n 8nlP "bape condition.
dared there was no doubt the Brit- No pMon 19 comfortable. The tor- Newberg Graphic.
isn-jananese agreement wnuni mm. . 1. .... ...... ...... 1
" iurv in UDcaaaiDir. iwiriii'ii w lien 1 it- i . l - . . . . .
- " - --. V I 1 mo coasi range mouniaius
a ca.ve cures piles at once, for tj,ck of Corvallis la ooen l.n.l nalll
.l.t JI a . I a 1 I - .
"""""ea. cuia, imrus, "ruisea, molln,an praire upon wbch Is
an amis 01 wounus 11 is unequaneu. ,one cab,t , from lh
"u,, ol l au, My: est neighbor. Last fall a lone man
"From 18C5 I suffered with the Dro- .... ,
that on February 1, two days after truding bleeding oiles and mold , - "
the treaty was slgn'ed. this country SSdngllp
ivint to Ituswla a nolo nrai-tlnall v I ..... ... . . - I " ' uom, uui uu luv uoor
- ' iJttwitri Wlicn flSZOI salve. -A he wrote "tin In ami nila iinnnuiir
adootlno- the nrlncinle of the Unilerl 1 u ....... . ne wrote, uo in and make yourself
, - - 1 iow win rumpieieiy cureu me, '
States. The agreement tween hieur r .niof0u- r.11. tw..
mand the full approval of the United
States, he spoke by authority. The
agreement between Great Britain
and Japan was dated January 30,
There is, therefore, deep signQcance
Great Britain and Japan is largely
military one, and provides for a joint
use of forces in case of hostilities.
"Secretary Hay's letter, of course,
cou'd not go to that extent, but the
at home." There is no date, no
name. Where is the owner? Do
his bones bleach on a cold hill side or
are tbey In tbe snow of the gulche?
Clerk's Wise Maggestlea.
"I have lately been much troubled Or did he tire of his hermit life and
with dyspepsia, belching and sour I seek the companionship of his ac-
substance of it as telegraphed leaves ," '" ' Mead, lead- quaintances ou the plains? There Is
D I Ih a.hA. I..I a? A 1 a I.. I f . uf I ..a
fled of the fort In rtroD diplomatic r1111 : witbout
BuurnuK mYomi uuurs, aiv triers
language that the moral support of
the United States Is with Great
Britain and Japan and that this
cottntry will neeoaarily- resent any
failure on the part of llussia to re
deem the pledge it made to President
McKioley that the open door policy
should be applied lo Manchuria.
"Apparently Secretary Day wait
ed until after thn British Japanese
treaty was made public so that the
note of United States might have all
ot the weight of an indorsement of
that treaty. It is believed here also
that Germany wrote a similar note
to Russia and that, while the einprr-
uggested I try Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure, which I did with moat happy
results. I have bad no more trouble,
and when one can go to eating mince
pies, cheese, candv and nuts after
such a time, their digestion must be
pretty good. I endorse Kodol Dys
pepsia ture heartily." You don't
have to diet. Eat all tbe good food
yon want, but don't overload the
stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
digests your food. Delta Drug Store.
Jo and Sam Atkinson have their
plans pretty well matured for mak
ing ex tens) ve Improvements on their
farm at the foot of the mountain two
miles nortb of town. The building
tbey Intended lo do will be done on
what Is knowo as the old Westfall
place which lays between tbe old
Atkinson homestead and the road.
This will put them on the public-
road and much nearer town than
they are now. Material Is being
hauled for the foundation for a dairy
barn, which, when completed, will
Millleas Pat te Wark. house about a hundred head of cattle
The wonderful activity of tbe new and will cost 11300. The farm bouse
century is shown by an enormous will be repaired and put In good
or was unwilling to participate In an demand for the world's best workers shape, water will las piped down
alliance with England and Japan, he Dr. King's New Life Fills. For from a Mg spring on tbe side of the
was averse to letting the cast know constipation, sick beadsche, bilious- hill, and when all their plans are
that Germany's Interests In the neas or any trouble of stomach, kid- worked out, the Atkloson farm will
Orient would be jealously guarded. neys or liver they're unrivaled. Oolyj be up-to-date from a dalrr stand-
"It Is exspected, in fact, that Oer- 20c at Delta Drug Store. f point. Newberg Graphic,