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It In a cuuiuiou practice for crcain-
Kry patron who own ran separators
to deliver tliolr cream bat two or three
times a week, suya New England
Homestead. Creameries which re run
on the cream K.'ithcrlng system often
collect do more frequently. The cream
which accumulate U often kept with
out suitable attempts belns uindo to
cool It. and it become mors or lis
sour. Cream which Hours on the hii'iil
of the producer la less apt to make a
Rood quulity of butter than that which
Is delivered at the factory In sweet
condition. This is largely owlni; to
tba uneven sourness or acidity of dif
ferent lots of cream and to tlie manner
in which they were rliieued or soured.
Tba producer, however, frequently
argues that it mahes no pnrticuUir dif
ference to bis poekutiiooli whether the
cream sours or not. According to tue
Vermont rxix'rlment station, there is
a chance that not only may the sour
cream injure the entire lot of butter,
but there is almost certain to be a di
rect financial loss to the dairyman In
another way. it ' dllllcult nnd n linos t
Impossible to obtain an ncctirnte sam
ple of sour cream. in:d the cniimcry
which receives It bus great diltlculty
In lucking a projier tent. 'Ins bubbles
and IncTenxInir viscosity or gumuilncHg
are at the bottom of the trouble.
In nine case out of ten the error
In sampltug will be lu tho direction of
giving a lower result. In other words,
a creamery patron who sells his cream
In a sweet condition will get a larger
check than the one who sells sour
cream, even thoU'.:li the quantities of
each are the same and the two creams
were of the same quality or contained
the same amount of butter fat In the
beginning. The chances are ahvnys
In favor of nu inaccurate test. Itather
than urge creameries to make any sio
clal efforts to test sour cream properly
the energy in this direction should bo
expended in securing the cream In
sweet condition. No creamery ought
to receive aour cream. If creamery
patrons cannot see bow much it is to
their Interests as well as to the inter
ests of the creamery to keep the creura
sweet, an indirect lino may be laid
upon them in this way by giving them
the low test which aour cream is like
ly to receive.
la It TraaT
Professor C. D. Smith, director of the
Michigan experimental station, states
that it is his Judgment thnt "a cow
yields as rlcb milk aa a heifer as she
will as a mature cow.". i
Wlm t is the oplulou of our readers
on this question? asks Hoard's Dairy'
, man. Does tba cow glvo aa rich oillk
In her ilrst milking term as when she
has become mature?
e confess to a strong leaning to
ward the Idea that If a belfcr Is to be
come a good one she will give evidence
of that fact usually in ber first form.
John Albright in an address before
the Now York Dairymen's association
Test and weigh the milk of each cow
for three consecutive days of each
month. Of course a composite sample
Is taken which will give the average
test for the three days and will neces
sitate only one actual test. In making
these tests It may soon be discovered
that some of the berd are kept at an
actual loss, while others are yielding
good profit The manipulation of the
test is so simple that with a littlo study
every farmer can use It for bis purpose
with sumcleut accuracy.
Har4 ta feeep l p Price.
Albany (N. Y.) milk dealers are hav
ing difficulty In maintaining tho retail
price at 8 cents per quart The demand
has fallen oil somewhat on account of
tbe Increase of 2 cents, and some deal
ers, rather than carry their milk back
some, have been cutting tbe price to 0
tents. ' '
record as a prodnit-r f ht:tit r fat
"This cow it V.if rr'tMi-tv of T.
TonipU'ia. White Ttenr T.n!;p. Minn.
Wu are Indebted to Mr. S. lioxic, sn
pcrluti intent of tis ItoUtelii -Erlcshin
AiiviiiMi.i tiegviry. for a ecpy tr tiio i
detailed record nindc by this cow from
lcc. 17 to 2.1. lisil. Iriehflce. for tf:
flint throe day of this k riml she was
milked fi rr iIl.ch (hilly iifid for tbe
other four Ussy- llin-e time. Each of
these twenty foi.r ni'lkliiKs was sepu
rately welvlml ami ti e milk tented un
der the personal supervision ot Mr. H.
(!. Mcliicshy. whose competency. In
tegrity and disinterestedness nre vouch-
ed for by I'rofesssor Ilnecker of (tlie
MinuiKotu exjH'rliiient elation uiid v.'ho
is also well known to be entirely reli
able by tho editors of this paior. It Is
not so stnted In tbe reKirt, but we be
lieve the fact to bo that Mr. McKlnstry
Was selected by Professor Ilnecker to
conduct this test. ' To make iiHsurance
doubly sure and forestall every doubt
us to the accuracy of the record two
other representatives of the Minnesota
station were detailed to keep constant
watch of the cow during tbe last three
days of the test. ; ' ' -,
Instead of presenting all tlie figures
of these successive mllUiuga and tests.
which would tend more to confusion
thnn cleurncss for tlie majority of rend
ers, we give the fiL'sregntes nnd aver
ages by days ns follows:
Skill la Mllklaar.
Milking Is an operation which re
quire! skill, as It has an Important ef
fect on the amount and quality of milk
given. Dairymen know that there are
aa great differences between milkers
aa between cows and that cows will
do much better with good milkers than
with others. Indeed, good cows are
often almost ruined by poor milkers.
Tbe milker should avoid handling the
cow more than is necessary, and he
should make It a rule to do his work
quickly and thoroughly. He should
never go from a sick to well cow
without first cleansing his hands. The
habit of .wetting bis bands with milk
is filthy In tbe extreme end should
never be practiced. 8ome people think
It necessary, but tbjs is a mistake.
The bands should be kept dry. If they
are not It Is impossible to prevent
drops of milk from constantly falling
from them iuto tbe pail.
Tbe pail should be held close to the
odder, so as to expose the milk to the
air as littlo aa possible. The farther tbe
streams fall and tbe more they spray
tbe more dirt and bacteria they collect
Contamination from tbe fore milk must
be avoided by discarding tbe first few
streams drawn, or less than gill In
all This entails little loss, as the first
milk drawn Is always poor In butter
fat and if It happens to be badly con
taminated, aa Is frequently tbe case,
much Injury and trouble may be saved.
Farm, Field and Stockman.
, Date, 5 j , JS , -3
n Cr. S t g
, s tn . s
Hen, it..... nr.T act- a iws 4
Ihw. in hi a 4 iv-r a rs 4
llec. 111.... Ki ll 4.14-1- . H.UiMI 4
Ivc i t; s 8..J x.7x7 a
j'e 31 .!- J H...JJ , H
lire. W.7 4JVf ( H T'.t '
lloo. fcl U) U Vli - . g.Jb.tl
Total .Vtl.O 4 lt.', fai.fH7
Lowest 1et, 10 a. ni. I)rr. 17, 2.T per cent
Lowrnt yield milk. Iiir. ui. lux. IK, l-O, Hi.
liixhiKt li : U HI h. in. D 'C III. 4.7 lu r ri'lit.
LsrKeat ) iieM inllk.4 p. m. in i -i'l nl ii.J' xili.
Av. riin.iil iily yi, lit, Sl.lt Ilk milk; J..7H Hi.
fat, rquivalunt to ii.'-tl li. tiattitf1.
In an earlier tort, Nov. 2t to Dec. 2.
this cow gave Mo.H Hi. mill;, contain
Ing Sl.lU'M lb. fat, ciulvalcnt to 2-i.(R,
II). butter when nr. c:u t no-oiint .f
tho feed eaten was kept. In these sev
en days she consumed 3iW lb. hcet
pulp, ft! )b. oats. -.''(, , brewers'
grnins, -2H llx liiaii, 17. 111. corn, .M Hi
oil men J. HT'-j lb. timothy buy.
Clsaallaess 4ke Prlaaa Rsqalalte
A writer says, "The prime requisite
In making good butter is clennllness,
iwhlcb mast begin as for back as tbe
food for tbe cows, the water they
drink, tbe air they breathe and the
place they live la.",
A GREAT RECORD.
A llllarrlrUa Caw ta the Lead
as Milk Frcularer.
It give os much pleasure, says
IToard's Dairyman, to present pic
ture of tbe cow Mercedes Jullp's Pl
tertje. II. P. II. IV 801.S0. albeit the
picture Itself Is very far from being a
work of art or In any sense worthy of
Its subject It will, however, serve the
main purtvc of Its publication, which
Is to act lcfore tlie student of dairy
farm the outlines and conformation of
cow that bus recently made a new
o have often referred to the very
satisfactory yield of dairy products
from the herd at tho Minnesota Male
farm und cited records us a Justifica
tion for iMTHtiading farmers to give
luoro heed to tho lialiiiicvit ration. Sot
only could we refer to that herd nt
strongly favoring the adoption of the
methods of feeding there, but unqile
testimony from other herds could be
cited Willi similar rctt'.ilt.H. Now iukI
then came reports from readers that no
bcnetlciul results followed tlie fccdbii;
of a balanced ration. To such It was
ahvnys explained that improved meth
ods of feeding must U-nlii with n, cow-
fresh in inljk and that when nho hud
shrunken in her flow she could not lie
made to increase Its supply of protein
unless she had ncccss.to succulciitifccd.
like new pasture. If there is provided
an umplu s mount of protein during the
winter, tbe flow of mills would not una
.terlnlly increase, but whuu cows arc
turned to pasture In tlie spring tho-suc
culent, iialntablo und easily dieslcd
young grass invniiably brings an in
creased yield of milk, writes Processor
T. L. Knocker lu Kurui, Strnk ami
Homo. . i
. IlKLnhrat llnlU.
C. II. O., Mansion. Wis., deferring to
an article published In Hoard's Duiry
inau wherelit we commented somewhat
on buckwheat Rhorts and linckwhent
bran and mlihllliics, ' wants to know
whether in our Jinlmnent the hulls of
IiiU'kwhent nre of any cmis-iil -ralile
feeding valtlo. He snys tly mv re-
Iiorted to cniitniii from 4 to 'I'd per cent
crude protein, 40 to i I nv cent carbo
hydrates und I per (vnt vlber cxlrnct. I
being In this nupint eiiiaJ to mixed
bsy. ThlM may be true from the chem
ist's staniliMiiiit. but these pure buck
wheat hulls nre some.liku cottonseed
bulls, very ditllcnlt to digest, und cases
tiuve lieen rcpjrlcd where n.nlniaJs, es
pecially swine, have tcn vry much
Injured by eating tlniu lax-uive of
their sharp ed;.'i s and corners. For
our part we sluiuld besltale to feil
them nt nil. much prcrcrrinir to- sift
out the bulls from the niiiidlini;Hi:uiil
nse them for bedding.
Tbe extract of jinke lr the be rt;,.
dy for swollen uililor. 'If nppned in
tho early bIiikc of the irntihle. It lrre
vents the iiiilammailon nnd sntimra
tlon. Give one ounce In a pint of water
three times daily. It is well to add a
half ounce of acetate of 'potash at ench
If n cow has sore teals and the. sores
look like cowimx.- wash tho teats. clean
with soap nnd warm water after ouch
milking. When dry. apply lodlneolnt
ment of one-olfchlh strength.
l--oit lit -
All oases of soro foot in J not tine to
foot rot, hut when the foit lx-gina to
decay nnd gives off an offensive ouor li
Is time for prompt uctiou. Apply a
warm Unseed Miilthe twice daily for
two or throe days. le sure and wash
clean with soup nnd warm water !
fore applying the Miullice. After llth
dress once daily wilh csloun'I.
Calf .ia TaiwnrFta,
When a calf Is Inffst.sl with tape
worm, stop feeding for twelve hours
then give half an oum-e of turin-ntirit
In a pint of bolltd milk. Ueiat daw
once dally for three dnrs tinless thr
worms come awar. Feeding should
consist entirely of boiled milk and gru
c vhlle uuder treatment
The reci-ut rise in the prices of feed
stuffs has played havoc with the tiiuk
ii'i of milk who urv Uiuud by a con
tract price, gays Tbe Ilivcih r's liusette.
It Is repp: ted from one of the dairy
district near Chicago that a loss of
nearly SO cents a can is now suffered
jj the farmers who contracted their
milk for the w inter at tl.l.". ikt can, as
flsed by tho Milk shippers' union. The
avocation of moat uud uiilk making
does not ordinarily afford enough profit
rim your with another to enable Its
followers to recoup the Ioks of one sou
ma with the pnilits of a previous or
subM'quont season. The price of living
had boon forced down to so low a ba
sis in cities that the farmer worked on
a very small margin of profit, nnd
hence a marked ndanco iu tho cost of
his feodxteffs unaccompanied by a. cor
responding rise in the price of bis mar
keted products cuts closo to the bone.
Relief is possihlu only through an nd
vn nee In price to t ho consuim-r, and it
should bo promptly iiuide. City people
nro for tin; most part sulliclenlly pros
perous to share with tlie farmer the
loss resultant from an abnormally un
favorable crop scunon. In n yeur of
great prosperity tho merchant nnd the
uiiiuufuc'tircr oun generally lay by u
surplus aulnst a season of dull trade,
but tho American farmer lias for years
been working on so close n uriirgin that
bo has not been nblo to do this except
lu oases which may properly be termed
exceptional considering the vast num
ber in which the opposite- fs true. No
reason exists w hy city people, with In
creased Incomes cunncmicut upon the
prosperity thnt Is so general In busi
ness circles, should fatten on tho farm
er's loss. They hnvo had cheap milk
and cheap meat, and it will not hurt
them at thu present time to enlarge
their appropriations for these necessi
ties of lire.
Tha Poor Cow. '
Feeding tho poor Is only collateral to
wasting fodder In the field, nnd ns It
Is u business nxloiu that the first loss h
always tho best it is llhely wiser to
lose the fodder directly than lose it
through an unprofitable mil nui I after
having added the cost of hauling anil
feeding', says W. V. MeSparrow in Na
tional Htockmnn. The cow ndds no
liinnui iul value to thefoilder. This is the
cow also for which no man can afford
to buy commercial feeds. She Is the
love's labor lost of the dairy.. Kbe is
part of the undertow to the farm. She
is more of a drain on the farm t'.ian the
overlastiiig manure pile out "under the
ralii drip." She steals the fanner's In
hor and bis hope. Thu much maligned
mortgago is lin igiiillcant by her side.
Shu drives the boy from the farm und
makes tho girls shy of farmer boys
matrimonially inclined. Verily, sho is
n fifteen dollar unimal using twenty-
five dollar feed.
Keep Thluics Clean,
You don't know unless you hav
tried it how it Increases a common
cow's self respect and lucideutally her
inlilc yield to have a clean, sweet sta
ble to wulk into night nud morning, to
be turned into a pasture with succulent
feed up to her eyes und with plenty of
pure, cool water to drinU, to see the
ahopherd dog chained y. Instead of
uimpping ut her heels und to recelv
gentle words rarher than kicks nud
hnvo the utniosnhcre free front cuss
words nt miiklug time.
KlndneM That I'ars.
In order thut a cow may give the
greatest quantity of the richest milk
it Is necessary that cho should be sub
jected to gentlo treatment, never be
hounded by dogs, never struck with
sticks, never even be roughly Kken
to, but petted nnd made much of as far
all It needs and at a ti tne it la needed
without being chilled, y the Kansas
The temp.Tnture of rattle and horses
l-i uboiit Pio degrees 1, and this tem
Irrattire Is maintained by tlie food they
out, ii Lit everything Khiluld be done iu
tlie way of prevention the hiss of heat
v.y economically sup-flying an addition
til source of beat.
Iu xjsiki, when coru. was worth 13
cents per bushel, suiueifsruiers thought
It more economical tjj burn corn in
their stoves than to 'sell It and buy
coal, uud they were about right, pro
vided a ton of corn on the cob would
yield as much heat as a ton of coal,
but with corn up to 70 cents It seems
extravagant to warm stock with it
when coul Is only $3.30 to $3 a ton.
Tho time required to keep the heater
burnli-.g ig very small Indeed, depend
ing to some extent on the kind of heat
ers. Uuo from which the ashes can 1st
taken without first letting the tire go
out Is pref "ruble. The heater needs at
tention twice dally and need nut take
over seven or eight minutes each time.
Six of those heaters, representing
four different mokes, were started at
tho cxiicrinieut station Dec. 10. One
of tliein bns burned constantly ever
since. The others have had to tie re
kindled after each cleaning of tbe ash
es. One of the tanks was of galvuiilzcd )
Iron, and this radiated heat so fust that
It was frozen over during the coldest
weather. Tbe others were of wood and
did not irocise.
I Hiring tho warmer weather of the
latter part of December the fires wore
kept bilrnlng, and we found that they
could bo regulated so ns not to over
heat tbe water Snd keep the chill off
and bo ready for sudden chauges.
The simple device here Illustrated can
lie used in nearly every cow stable to
keep the tails clean and prevent the
"bbk f" rasa
Aogc(able Preparation for As
ling the Stomachs und JJowels of
nessand K.'si Contains neither
Opium.Morpliiite nor liiu?f uL
Hot IMah c otic .
For Infants nnfl Ctiilf!rpu.
Ths Kind You Have
Aperficl Hiiinodv forronslirvt
Tion, Sour Slumac h.liiarrhoca,'
ncss nd Ltss OF SlXEP.
F.U'Sunilo SiCnnlure or
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
W Ik u H O'le are int'ri 1 1( i nu a Irip
wIiothtr 011 lnihin ttt ploMiie, they
u-'itnruti) uut llu let my vi
liiimilih- mi fr s i-ecd, oiMiduit and
--letv t-oiM-rnicil. i-u:ploveiii of
tiio U'i.--Miii lYuir.il I iooKsie ijiit
II ne the .ol'ii- mid our ti:.on ma
oHralil hi s lo ulnki 1 livs ooiiiit-c-turn
With ilneifinK liiK-s l sit jinn t-
rnllmaii Palsiv Sleeping and t'li-iti C'jm
00 through Iniiln-.-
Hinirig Car pervice linrxeelh-il. Sleilj
'n'lved s la Carle.
In onler l obtain tlii fir-t class irvi e
ask 1 he lii let aent to ell volt a
III ket over
THE WISCONSIN (Trail mil
TMI eCMTAuM eOMMNV, NtW YOU ClW.
DEAF? Mfe -NOISES?
Kiliiao as a 9111k rood.
The silo is gaining friends every year,
nnd it will not lie many years until ev
cry progressive dairyman will put Ids
corn crop In a silo and thus get the
best possible results from It. says Iniry
and Creamery. Corn Is the cheapest
feed that can be grown in this country
nnd In thu shape of silage is tho best
food for dairy cows. Mr. IX XI. Mo
l'herson, Lancaster, Canada, itccpK
seventy cows 011 l-." acres of hind, and
these cows average 7,l)t0 pounds of
milk a year, and this grout yield Is
made on silage. Experiments have
proved to Mr. MtTherson that corn
fodder Is not ns valuable as corn si
Inge. The difference in hlsherd amounts
to oUO pounds of mllL a day. Iu siicuk-
ing of bis system of keeping cows Mr.
'Actual oxpiTitnonts have proved
that for every thousand pounds! weight
of a live animal twenty-six ponuds of
foml dally nV required in a properly
balanced ration. 1 hat will give onont'h
ns a beat producer nnd Hesli former
f- r either bis'f or milk. How can that
food be supplied ut least cost? It is
quite possible for every farmer to have
inch cow Rive .l.tHiO pounds of milk a
season ni a itist of only 50 to GO cents
per hundred pounds. I have reduced
the cost of producing m!!k to 40 cents
jier hundred. Farmers are losing dally
what. If properly iippMed, means wraith
to them, and Imrcasc In wealth. If
properly used. Is Increnwd happiness.
The bnlanood ration that Is casting
yon " 1 cents a day per cow can bo had
for I) cents by studying out tho, require
ments of your cows ami by loading
thciii lsith ways. Our railways nnd
steamships, are on that principle. I
claim that x cows should give 0,000
pounds of tnlik per season. I feed
tnoal every month of the ypur to my
cows beeiuise It reduces this cost to
keep urd iu"rcnaca production."
the' tank heater.
r cons I Cheaper
Than lllnh IVIrrH 1
The recent cold snap has well dem
onstrated tho value of a tank heater.
It would he a iri niendous task to cul
ciiiaie thi amount of suffering and
ooiist-'u'ent loss trt sioekntaii that have
boon fanMd by water tanl.s Mug
fmioii over and by stock being obliged
to drink Ice water after nn cxaspi rnted
attendant hrd luoken the Ice nnd fished
out the big plooer. Water is one ot
the most neoes-jury foods and one of
which both man nnd lieast take too
little during cold weather,
tho water allows the animal
XIEVICB TO HOLD COW'S TAIL.
cows from switching during milking In
fly time. A piece of heavy cord, with
a loop In each end. Is fastened above
the cow at o and the other end slipped
around her tail us shown. When she
lies down, this will keep her tall out
of the gutter and filth. When about
to miiU. bciig the cord over a beam or
hook at !. which will pull the tall
above barm's way.- J. II. M. in New
England Houiesteud. . .
Halt Voir Own Cowa.
There is one Important advantage at
least In raising your own dulry cows,
and thut is you can know to a certain
ty Just bow long they can bo depended
upon to maintain a profitable flow of
milk, and this In the dairy is an Im
portant consideration, as to be a profit
able dairy anlm.il the length of time
ehe will give a good flow of milk, is as
Important as tbe quality. Tennessee
B eintL Haw lwaw BougM
Ilia Hind Vm Haw Always
ALU CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
by our new invention. Only those Ixirn deaf are incunvMc. :
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
F. A. WERMA.N, OF BALTIMORE, SAYS:
. . , Hm.tjmoki:. Mi( . rnrrh o, toot.
, r,,?'"mt " "'inK fillircty rttrcit of (tffnes. thnnks to yuur treaUllcat, I will now Kir vnu
futl history of myr, t.. U-iim-,1 at vour .1 n-ii 11.
Ats.ut live yrara ko iny ri!:lit car lr. (all In mug, nuj thi kept on irettinc wnrv, until I Iwr
my nroriny 111 thi car cuturly.
I uiKtrrwrnl a ttvnlmrn! f..r ralnrrii. for thrn-ni.Kith-. wilhoin nnv siinrr, c.n.iillcl a nrnn
rwrol physic-iatiK siiiouk fillers, ihv iium-i tnunnit ,'.ir --iHvial w nf 'OimoIiv wh.i tot.t i-.u tli;it
only ail aM-ratmn fsiM hi-lp no, ati.t C1 that oi.'y Umnnnnily. that luc lirail Sui wuulJ
then craac. but Hie li. nnni; in tin- nITtvto! -:ir -.il M l lot f.. revet
I then saw vonr ac'.v.-i tiiwmmt arc o u-, il!y in a -New York iiar-r, ami onlrvorl vrmr trwit
niftit. Alterlh.id ! it imtyafiw il vs n.i-or.lhi-I., vnur ihn el ion.. i!h-ii..h,i-.-w-iI ami
tOMlay aflrr five wii l.. my lieuriuB in fir liw:e.i ear lain bee vntitviv I1. I lliank yra
brartily ami beg to rem:. 1:1 Veiy ui:!v y. r-
1;. X. W 1-T.MAK, --(jS. Cn.!wy, ItJltimorr. M.
Our treHfmrtit tine ntit. Interfcrr u-ith four untitil orr? pututH.
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St.. P1111I fust, mnil via SiMiknne leaves
It p ni lor Walla Walla, I .e win! on, Spo
sane, allacc. 1 iilliiiun, Minne:iMi, St
I'aul, I'nl'.di, Millwaukiv, Jibicnco snd
East. Arrives 7 a 111.
15. P. CORNELIUS,
Auctioneer, Hillsboro Oreflri
I offer my services" to citizens of
this county to wll C'XmI.-i, mercliHiulise
and chattels at public vendue.
I will attend all sales at times anil
p!nce stMHMllpil iiiion rpct'iving ro
qi rjest to Uo so. (llmrfM rcnsoniilile.
Asthma Cured Ficc
Asthmalenp. Brings Instant Relief and Permanent
Cure in All Cases.
SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL,
Write your Name and Address plainly.
fcr acccntablo Uau.
1 ?" 5 State If oatentcd.
. 8 THE PATENT RECORD,
biUuriiuuu ini.vi 'hi 'atknt RmcokP fJtm
oar auic Sain iika rraa.
('FA AM) IIIVFIt M'HKPI I.K
leaves 8 p in for San Francisco every
Ti days. Arrives 4 p 111. '
Leaves 8 p 111 daily except Sunday, en
Saturday III p ill h.r Astoria uud sav
lnndincs Ainvcs 4 p 111 except Suniliiy
leaves daily except Sulnlav utti a n
(or Oreison t'ity, NcsIktu, Stileni, Inde-K-inlciice
und way-laiiihiiKS. Arrives at
1 :',V p 111 except Sunday.
Leaves Tiles, Tlmrs, nnd Sat nt i a m
fur t'orvallis nnd way laiidinN. Arrives
M011, Wed and Eri at 4 :' p in.
Ix-nfs Tnes, Tbnrs nnd Rut nt 7 a ra
for Dict!n City, Ihiyl.ni and way-land.
int-'S. Arrives Mnu, Wed and Eri at
o :.;il p 111.
ICavcs Kiparia at :-i0 a m (or
ton. Ix-avcn 1-witbui 8::U a
Address. A. I. t KtKJ,
tien'l Pass. Afteut.
Porfnnil, . . Oreiton.
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There is notliinu like Astlininlene. It
brings instant relief, even in tlie worst
cases. It cures when nil cine fails.
Tho T!cv. C. V. Wl'AAJH, of Villa
Hidtte, III., says: "Your trial Uittlc of
Aalliinslciie receiveil in (rood condition.
I cannot tell you how thankful I fed fur
the tfood derived from it. I was 11 ulave,
chained with putrid anr throat and
Asthma lur ten years. I despaired of
ever Is-infr cured. .1 raw your adverti
incnt for the cure of tld dreadful nnd
tormenting disease, Aathma, and tlionj-lii
yon had oversmken vourwlvcf, but re
Milvril to (.dve It a trial. To my nptouiHb-
mcnt, tbe trial worked like a churn
Send me a full-sized butile."
If is 8,000 iiies Long.
The I'linlinRton Koute ranks ainonit
greatest of thu world's railroads.
Over W.oou miles long; employing 35,000
men; reaching 1,300 towns and cities in I ho
eleven states traversed by its linos; having
, through-car arrangements which extend more
than half way across tho continent and earn
estly striving to give its patrons ali'.olntely
tinefjnalcd service, it is the lino YOU should
Select, next time you go east.
Om.ib.i, Cliicritfr), Kansas City, EL Louis and
i A. C. Srrldom, General Areot,
Cor. Third and Stalk Sli., Portland, Ora.
ll , I . .11
pinorji, moriiliine, chloroform or etlicr.
REV. IMS. MOIMM WKfllsLEK,
I.'abhi of the Oiu).. I'.nai. Ixrai-I.
Xkw York, .Ian. :!, l!K)I.
Drs. Taft. liron'. Mclicine Co.,
(ienlleniun: Your Antluiutlciie is an
excellent remedy for Antliuia and liny
Ecver, ami its comiNwitiun slleviaics all
tronlifes which combine Willi Athlnn.
Its. sncce is nstnuiidiiiiK and wondcrfid.
After having it carefully analvn-d, we
can state tliut ANtbniiUeue run lain a no
Verv trulv ymirK.
REV. In. MOIIKIS WECHSLER.
A rnm (ippfviiH. ". Y VfU. I Itrfil
Dr. Tsft Uros. Mlicina Co. '
Gentlemen: I Write-lliii testiiiionisl from s nense of duty, bavinr? Piled Hie
wondrrful etlecl of vnnr AstbmalHne. fur tlm i lira nl Aatliiii:t Mr wiiVi l. i. I-. n
all, ( led with Blililllmlie anlrima fur Ilia
skill ns well as nisny others, 1 chanonl to see your siira upon your wimlowson l.'Mlh
street in New York, I at once obUuned a liottle of Aftlimslcne. My wife coiniiicn
el tukiiiK it about the 1st of November, i very ann noticed a r:nlir;il Improve
tnent. After ucing onf liottle her Asthma had disappeared snd she i i-mirely free
from all svmptoma. I feel that 1 can roniitcntly rei-o'iiiMfii'l the medicine io all
who are afflicted with this distressin disente. Yonni re-jM-r-t fully,
O. II, Phelps, M. 1.
IV. Tsft P.roa'. Meilicint Co. Eel.. 5. Isoi.
tientlenien: I til troublml with Aathma for vnru. 1 hini tried nnnmniiu
remeilies, hut they bars all failed. I ran across your advertisement aod started
with a trial I pottle. I found relief at nm. I hnvo since pnruluiseil vour full-sie
hnttle, nnd I am ever grateful. I have a family of four i blldren. an.1 for nix years
wss unable to work. I am now in the best of benllli nnd am doing bnsinew every
day. Tltif tetimonv vnn pan make innh ne of iu on ee lit S. 1; I'll A K.I.
Home address. 2IS Ki'vlnirton strrnt. 117 Eunt l':nli t.. I ii-
rial Bottle Sent Absolutely Free on Receipt of Postal.
Wanulmr L 1 ;Way. Write at once, addiraainR ni. TAKT IU: S., MtDK'IX E CO
to drink ' n Kl,, 130lh -t N- Y. City.
THREE COLLEGE COURSES
CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC, LITER A RV
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY -
The Academi prepares for College and flires
a thorough Ktifllish Education, the best pre
paration for teaching or business. All
penses renj lotti. Board and rooms a the
Ldies Hall 3 to $.' per treeh, includin-
Irctric light ansi heat.
THE CCLLZQE DORMITORY
Under experienced management, tril' lur
nish rooms end Kard ot cost on the club
plan, not to exceed $1.G0
For full pai iculars, address..
- PRESIDENT McCLELLAM),
Forest Croce, Oregon