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Cholly How tin ymi think I looV with
my niilmiiolillH kukrI?
Ml1 (''fiwk'illii -I HUiMinif ynil look
tliroimli tliKin, Jimt n If tli Mom urdl'
narr siaiiea, Don't ton?
'Mini MiMirnl IVi-IIhic,
Iloothby )li )ou ever suffer
taw f rich (7
f I Dill
OnrrlcKMiti .Vn hut ninny a tmt,
wIimii I've liMiknl llironcli Ilia pftplmla.
and noted ilm i of Ilm nmllfiiff, I have
suffered B-rrt y from lnt-olllce frljdit.
"CltottU, whnt Ii your fathrr'i occupv
"III whnt, ma'am?"
"I IU occupation. What does In do (or
"Do? I'ur a llrln', ms'am? Oreille's
plain cloVs ii'li-cr limn wit' a vull I"
I.envra Itm llnlra.
The Gourmet I tell you, I certainly
in fiiml of HtrUi cheese sandwiches.
Tim lynx'itlc Oh, that's tlia chrvsa
with tliu holes In It. Very Indlgost!
bio. Tint (liitirnii't They are, oh? Well,
I noior eat tlit'in. 1'lillniU'liililn Ledger.
II.MT II nirtirk llllil.
Mm. Hubiirb ( with pjper) I eo
(hut the situ of thu Garden of Hdcn has
at last been located,
Mr. HuliiirlM Yes? Whun will the
ni of lutt take place and wiuit's thy
faro from the city hall? Tuck.
COUCH I DISTtHPCR CUftC
(ira (imiH, IrliUnMr allTbmat
li tmt 1rntrf, l-arlll.athaLliM.il
Hi tha anlmil In f.t.4tu. IOfl.1
I'M hi r.nl Mil
MY DEAR FRIEND ffl-
I'nlialilrr Ilm !Mn llmi III lifulnri
lira III Hi ahllllr in nirk lo olio thing nil
II (U ttirie Will fur attlcuUtl.
32H lumber tuhangr, Portland, Oregon
nirr OUT OP THE RUT
I urn itfilincr ut book, matailne and
ratalogua tiiifti, tiuilima ranti Itllrr
tiradi, till lirn.lt mul admlum full ran
inakelhr rlu i. jnuritoto Imik clillirlydlf
ttl4u If icliiiTlii I'Oiri, rtr , liort iilil.
34S'i Mwflion SI. I'OIMtAND, OIICCON
iREE LOT AT OCEANSIDE
INiulli llrrli) mul llrulifut 0k li....k
I ih I irrry I "trtimer 1 1 l!:nKjri I'll
lloll ol I ho "library of Ihr Worlrf'i llrtl
lllrrlur." t4 limn t'lk I ml I -, j ir
Ti'hinio. linn itcsiTrrr of i-n llliK-rno iih,
aio mul tuuka ilc,itrr I Iff. I ailkuia l.jr
Columbia IIIJc, Portland, Or.
j-i.iiTrr.TTa i nwi.iii
awMmuahi iaiHk .uin. ii m
PorlUnd Trade Ulrcttory
Nairn and Addrt nai In Cailland of Rapr.
anlallia tluilnan flrmi.
C'llhAU hHrAllA'llll-W auaianlMIha M.H.
b ixialor lo l lh liU WhH lf Irva calaiu
1'IAMim A ()lt(iANs-lnr nna InilrumaaU ra
vrilu in awoyiH aiknvkior rwval ufhuxar
'Willi, fur ilcr i.imiii ef .aiKM wow on dnl
luitli, no. Ilia lojay. Illlb.fl IU, IWllaftd
P. N. U.
rilKN writing limilvnrllaara plain
iiriiniiii i ma Niar.
TREE IRRIGATED LANDS
In Central Oregon, at Cost of Reclamation
THE DESCHUTES IRRIGATION & POWER CO.
Under the Cnrev Act has 75,000 acres
now "under" water.
210 MILES OF WATER LINES
1,8 foot every ninety days over
foot over each 100 acrot available lo each purchaser at actual
coil of Irrigation. Payment on
In three equal annual payment at 0 per cent. Maintenance
chame. SI nor acre nor annum for each trrlsabla acra for
Vv water. PRODUCTIVENESS PROVEN UY GOVERN
Ar tV MENT EXPERIMENTAL STATION and by actual
&$', aottler on the land, 30,000 acre having been Hold.
w , . .
t x.&:-k "
Xf POWER COMPANY
V -AMON J
Wcy 'it ,. TO.-i ? r :-f
WVV9 1 f
1 .' AYjyjtm KMw
, OF THE
1 AND' .
Juilltfi nml Juror.
JiiiIrc AilnniH, tho County Court
Jmlk'u of I.liucrlrk, I ono of tho wit
tlot of Irlnhiurii, hut oecitHlonnlly from
mi I'limutitor lie iTiicTKos rH-roml bent.
Thu other duy a Juror nnkid to bo
I'xciiiril from ktvIiir on account of
"Were you In court during my chnrico
to thu jury In thu last cnnot" tuked tho
"Vm, ycr honntT," rciillcd tho Juror.
Mld you lioar Itr
yo. ycr liouiior, I heard crery
word of It, but 1 couldn't tunko any
hIiko of It I"
Tho rttply evoked n ronr of InuRhtrr,
In which JuiIko Adaimt heartily Joined.
Hut liu did not oxcunc that Juror.
I.nnk but llu Not Touch.
"lias your wlfo cot your den tlxcd up
"Vc, and you ought to ( It It'i
tho cozlcut jtlaeo In the wholo houite."
"I aiipiKm! you II ml great comfort In
It, don't your
"Oil, nho won't let mo ro In It It's
merely to look at." Milwaukee Sontt
no). I'lral Aptirnrkiirr.
"Who iro you, alrl" aikcd lire, In
"Mmlatii," ntuwercil Adam, with hit
moat pusokIiik hiIIi, "I am Kxhlblt A of
thu vthuoloslcal dxirtinent."
It wan then thnt thu 'rpnt, havlnc
icnHMl from tho (oologleal dcpnrtmenl,
cntertil uikiii th aeene, aud tho real trou
each Irrigable acre, or one aecond
landi Ono-fourth catti; balance
nccrHHTPc innirATinM AMn
611 McKay Mg., Portland, Oregon
Office for talc of lind, Box A, Redmond,
Crook County, Ortjon
THE DREAD OF LIFE.
Uy Henry F, Copo,
Man aliall not llvo by broad nlonu,
but hy overy word that iirowiilutli out
of tho mouth of (Jod. Matt. Iv., I.
Thero aro llviti that linvu broad In
nhuiidiinco nml yet aro ntHrvedj wltJi
barnn mul wnrnhouwH llllwl, with
ahelven and lantern laden they tiro
uimity mul imiiKry. No man uwil
wivy Uiimii; their fcuirlali, ronlleM
whirl U but tint Miiri'li for KiitlHfac-
tlou noror to Iki found In thliiK. Called
rich In a world wlwre no otherri nro
inoro truly, iiltlnbly jHor, IiiivIiik ull,
yet laekliiK hII Ikh'iiii they linvu ne-
kIik-ih.1 tlm thliiKx within.
Tim nliuiidniKt) of hrwd Ih tho ciiiiho
of iiniiiy a iiimu'h ileoiwr huincer. llav
Ihk known tiotliltii; of the dlnolpllnu
that ilmelojw llfo'a hidden muiwi of
HttlKfaetton. iiJlliliik' of thu HtruKKlo
In which deep ciiIIh unto deoii and tho
trim life llndH ltHlf, ho hjhjihIk IiIm
dnya In neeklm; to HiitUfy IiIh Nml
with furniture, houen and Imida, with
yacht ami niorchundUe, mvkliiK to
fowl Ida hoart on tlilngH, a protvitu of
liHtH pnniilne and runnuii than feedlnt;
ii himpjiliiK turtlu on thouiihu.
If the hoart to ompty th llf can
not lx lllliil. The tlow miiHt cmmi ut
the faucet If tho foundntlous ko dry.
Tho prime, tho eloiuentnl nociiiNUIeM
of our IwIiir are for the life rather
than the body, Ita houno. Hut, ohm,
bow often out of thu mitrblu iillllco
Umiuh the Ior emucUtiil Inmate, how
out of the life Imvlni: many thing
coiiioh that which nmouuU to noth
liiK. Thu iiwontlal thlupi are not often
thoo. which motit ruadlly strike our
blunt M'tit-ON. We nv the ahull llrnt.
To the uiuKuloinil mind tlie material
Ih ull there Ik. Hut looking ilivir Into
life therv coimn mi nwakuiilni; to the
fact and tho nlKulucnuco of the uplrlt
mil, thu feeling that thu reimou, thu
omotloiiH, tho Joya mid pnlna that hove
imtiniiK to do with tliltiK. tho tlva that
knit on to the Infinite, nil coiwtltutu
the enmiuciit elomuiitH of life.
HccniiH mun.U a cjilrlt hi life nev
er can coiiNlut wholly In tlilnpi; ho
iiuiHt come Into hla liorltane of thu soul
wealth of all the ukoh; hu mini reach
out, though often iih In thu dark, until
lUTima the cld thero coumn volcea, tho
nagim aud thu MHira, the projiheta, and
the kh)n hHakliijt tho language of tlw
noiil. In thefc hu tlnda Ilia food nor
can Ida dcoinir hunger bo niuungi.ii un
til It thu. U fed.
Hecaui-u tuau U n aplrlt and gradu
ally U iMUilng Into thu douiliiaut aplrlt
life In which thlupi Hlmll count for
let mid thought mid character for
more, ho ncuka after hla own kind. Tho
deopa of life liao their relutloiiHhlp.
Tho uplrlt of man crloa out after thu
fatlier of oplrlta. Hy whatever naiuu
mon haru oallwl thu moat high they
ever liavu houglit utter nun tuo
eternal who would he ouo with them
In mul, In all that la urwoutlal and
nbldliiK In twlng.
Kvory ndlgloii, oory philosophy, ev
ery endeavor after chamctur uud truth
Ih hut tho cry of humanity for word
with Cod. Hearing HU word on any
lip thu hoart of man aiiHwera with Joy.
Thu wurda of eternal truth havo tnttu
thu food of tho great In ull age l'n lut
ing lu tho tight tho meaingo from the
u ilium, thu ivho of uverlaatlus verities
Iiiih revived their iplrlta; they havo
fought tho tight that dcuplaca things
and fecckg truth.
Who would not ejcclmngu a mess of
Kttagu for thu benediction from u fnth
cr'a Ilpn7 Who la mi dead hu no longer
IIiuIh moru aatlafactlon In truth ami
lovu mid beauty than In food or furni
ture? And why nn wu no foolUh iih
Htlll to neck to Hutlafy ourbelvca with
thlngH that pcrlah, whllo down to tho
leant bludo of creation earth U laden
with unfading rlchea, OoJ la every
where, mid every open hoart mny hear
If wo might hut learn this lesson,
wo people of thu laden hand mul tho
empty heart, that since llfo la moro
than digestion and man more than
boiiHt r machine, alnco doteruilnliig all
la tho aplrltual w'orld, they only nro
wlao who not tint thing 11 rat, who iuo
tho garnered cxporlencu of tho pnat
mid tho opportunities of tho present
to tho enriching of tho soul, who lis
ten amonir all thu voices of tlmo for
tho wordH that proceed from tho llpa
of I Ilm n'ho luhahltuth eternity.
SOLACE FOR ALL ILLS.
By Kov. Dr. Talk Vidavor.
It la thou who hast set up nil tho
bonudnrloa of tho earth, summer and
winter- thou thj'wlf IiiimI formnl them.
- I'wiliiw Ixxlv. n,
TheiHialmlHt mid all the godly men
and prophi'ta of the hlhllcal age at
tained their groatuemi mid distinction,
not through acloiitlllc roKoarchea, nor
through art and philosophy, like the
niieluut wixc men of Itome and Orecce,
but through their childlike- confldcncu
and faith In tho Almighty.
From audi a faith they not only
drew their Inspiration, but a Iuo their
moral utrcugth aud aolaco In gloomy
lioum of (foiihlu and millctlon. In all
tho occurrence of llfo in tho Hum
mer, when thu nun of happlueN mulled
on them, and lu the winter, when llfo
ncemod to them dark aud dreary they
beheld the linger of Coil. Hence thu
oiii- could not render them vain and
overbearing mid tho other could not
dlfthcnrtfii mid render them dciipond
cut mid ilowncnut.
"For everything that I'tiinnofea from
Him haa Ik-cii calculutiil for iimu'H
Mel fa re."
Tliife holy men of old firmly be
lieved that all natural phenomena,
Niimmer and winter, hove their origin
from mid their cxUteuiv In Him.
Hence they never ahlrkod their dutlea,
neither nmldxt the torrid heat of Hum
mer, nor muldiit the freezing cold of
whiter. Patriarch Jacob, therefore,
wIjoko vocation In Ida younger dnya
wna that of a ahepherd, tell how con
Kclentloualy he kept Inbnn'a aheep,
Haying "lu thu day the heat conaumed
me mid the front by night mid my
aleep departed from my eye-."
A firm and childlike confidence and
faith In thu fact that all the worka of
nature have been formed and ordained
ao wiaely and ho benutlfull uy the Al
mighty la of Incalculable good. It la
elevating, edifying, encouraging nnd
Idealizing. True religion mid audi a
faith are Inxcpnrably united. One
without tho other la worthless and In
Had not the psnlmUt been Imbued
with Mich n faith he could never have
enriched thu world with hla ancrcd
pNiluii mul Hwwt hyiniiH. Had not the
divine iiibu mid propheta of old been
anluini-nl with audi a fnlth they would
have lanin unnble to pour forth the nub
lime emotion mid holy etTuslona which
havo been trnnamltted to mankind
through tho medium of Hla holy scrip
ture. How much Improved would mankind
lie collectively nnd Individually If they
adopted nnd fostered the MalinUfa
faith. "It I Thou who ha ct up all
tho liouudnrlea of thu oartb, aumnier
and winter Tlwu Thyself haat formed
Since the nll-wiao Creator ha called
Into existence tin unlrerae nnd all
thing therein, mid since He lu Ills
eudlesa grnce austalna nnd uphold nil
HI haudlwork, It would tie unreason
able to nasert that man, the best work
mmiNhlp of the Creator, Ih loft unenred
for and cximned to the pranks of blind
chnnee. We ahould, therefore, Implant
In our heart the faith of tho paalm
tst. Wo ahould never forget that we
atand under God'a providence, which
guides our atepx nnd dlrecta our path.
Then we ahall aurely be cautious not
to Incur III righteous dlnplwiKure, but
Htrlve to pleiiKo Him nnd sanctify Hla
holy name by our noble dojiortmoiit mid
SHORT METER SERMONS.
Work cure worry.
borrow la the parent of many n wug.
Tho law Is best kept when It Is lost
To work for lovo Is to learn to love
Tho only way to discover truth Is by
Tho doing of dally duty makes every
Tho gate of heaven opens only to
Ho who cheers others need not fear
The right to nilo Is ncqulred by rul
ing ourselves aright.
Tho front door to delight mus
through tho garden of duty.
Tho man who lack moral nuisclo al
ways thinks ho Is meek.
Tho man who laughs nt his troubles
soon laughs over them.
This always la n dirty world to ieo
plo who aeck nothing but dust.
If you wnnt to tlnd n happy Chris
tian look for u wholehearted one.
Tho church Anils her bemtty whon
she Is n chisel Instimd of n statue.
It's not tho engine with tho loudest
exhaust thnt Is lmullug tho longeat
If you would hoar tho Joy of heaven
you must go into tho saddest places of
It does not follow that you nro help
lug men to hoaven bocnusa you nro lu
slstlng that thoy keep step with you.
Then tell hJm about Aycr's
Cherry Pectoral. Tell him
how it cured your hard cough.
Tell him why you always keep
it in the house. Tell him to
ask his doctor about it; Doc
tors use a great deal of it for
throat and lung troubles.
"I hid a t.rrlbli (old and i-otIi and wu
ttiraitmrd wllh pnvamunla I lrl1 Ajtt't
1irr I'rctnral and II f ra rnaqnlck and pr
fart nllrf. It I. cartalnljr a mini wonoVifnl
math mrUrtn."-IIK2IA K. WlllTMi,8looz
rili, n. Dik.
brJ.O.Aj'T Co.. LowiU, JUaa. I
Alio laaoaraaiarara ai
ono of Ayor'o Pills at bodtlmo will
hasten rocovory. Contly laxative
An American visiting Dublin told
some startling stories about the height
of somo of the New York building.
An Irishman who wa listening stood
It u long as bo could, and then que
"Vo haven't seen our newest hotel,
Tho American thought not
"Well," said the Irishman, "It's so
tall that we had to put the two top
stories on hinges."
"Whnt forr asked the American.
"So we could let em down till tho
moon went by," said Pat
Her Divorce I'ortlom.
"Mr. Jones Just got a divorce from
her husband for throwing salad in her
face," said one.
"Did she get alimony?" asked the
"No," replied the first "She got the
salad." New York I're..
Hotel and restaurant prices aro
iteadlly riling In German cities, be
cause of the rapid rise of prices of
meat and vegetables. Cooks and wait
ers also demand much more than for
merly. There Is no satisfaction keener
than being dry and comfortable
when out In xh hardest storm.
sVYOUARE 5fllE OF THIS
IP YOU WEA
A. J. TOWII MlMITOK. HASJ.ttS.A.
TOWU UKUtAH CO.UHuU0t0M.IO. UK
The pom-pom cun Is to supersede the
Maxim run In the nsvy.
Atgctabic Prcpnralionfor As
similating tticFood andRcfi ula
ncss nnd fiest. Contains nd liter
Apcrfecl Remedy forConstlpa
llon, Sour Stotnach.Diarrhoca
nnd Loss OF SLEEr.
FaxSlmilo Si'grmlure of
EXACT COPY OF VfRABBZR.
Tho lato Justice Daly of New York
frequently enlivened tho tedium of
logil proceedings had before him by hla
Ono day n suit was brought beforo
him In which dnmage were claimed by
rcnou of an nmiiilt. lialntlfT had been
knocked down by tho defednnt and se
verely pummeled whlto prostrate. Ono
of tho witneaaea ecmeil very reluctant
to answer the uuetlona. put to him on
cro-cxntnlnntlon, In which ho wna up
held by tho court.
"With all due respect to your honor,"
complained the attorney for the plain
tiff, "the court doe not appear to tako
cognizance of the underlying principle
In thl case."
"In my opinion," replied his honor,
good-naturedly, "the underlying princi
pal In till case I your client Mr. At
torney." Harper' Weekly.
"I wish I was half n beautiful as
Mis lirown," remarked tho fair Edith
to Mr. Green.
"Well, you are, you know," replied
Then he wondered why she suddenly
rose and left him.
The boatswain's pipe, which lis tx-n
displaced In the IlrllUli navy by buI(
calls, is to be reatored to favor.
To Break In Mew Shoe.
Alwaji shake In Allrn'r. Foot-Eae, a pomlor.
Iteurea hut, meatlng;. arhlnir. swollen (eel.
Cnrra cornt, Imrowmir nalli nnd buniona. AI
allilrtxrlitiand ttMHS ttore,2h- lnn't arcrpt
WuJ"J.,u,e ""ample walled FREE. AddreM
Alfena OliniUd. I Hor, N. Y.
Queen Alexandra's eyes are deep bios,
and retain the mingled softness and fire,
Banking hy Mai!
On ravings deposits of n dollar
or moro, compounded twice,
every year. It fa just as easv
to open a Savings Account with
us by Ma I as it you lived next
door. Fend for our free Look
let, "Pnnkng by Mail," and
learn lull aitculars. Address
Oregon Trust 8c
Sixth and 'Washington Sts.
For Infants nnd Ohildron.
The Kind You Have
ths eiNTftun sohmnt. km veaa errv.
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