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ter departments and more firs'-
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The < nurse <>f instruction include* all ofthe
Branchesofa I' b fui and Christian education
hiBtrumental Music; Paintingin all ita
branehea: Crayoi» aud Wax-Work, forra extra
S’UuiC'Will be re.-uined rfeptcìnber 2d, isso.
For tur htr pnr.icular« uddreas
Sinici* Su pori« ir,
Baier City, Or
IF YOJ WISH A GOOD REVOLVER
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Best ijuulity wrought
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anteed perfect. Insist upon having them, and if
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dress below will receive prompt aitentl* n. Descrip
tive catalogue and prices upon application.
8M1TU ¿L WESSON,
Smooth < rop.
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We invite every reader of this pa J'.a’iL'i ’¡rant,
Crook, an'l Luke countieB.
per and every readerof this county, 1’. «>. — Bilev, ’»rant cwunty, Oregon.
to write us for two specimen copies.
First, write us a postal card imme
diately for n sjH'cimen copy of the
Weekly Blade that you may get a
full discription of Knox's temper
ance serial story, “Teetotaller I tick.”
Second, write us again about De
cember 1st for another free specimen
of the Blade, and we will send you
n paper containing the opening
chapters of the story. Send the
names and addresses of all your
friends at the same time.
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IT8 LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS
Contains the names of the most progressive farm
ers of the South and West. They do not treat
of theoretical farming, but of the actual concii
tions which confront us to-day : B F. Johnson ;
Waldo F. Brown ; Henry Stewart : John M. Stahl ;
A. P. Ford ; Jeff’. Welborn ; Hugh T. Brooks ; John
C. Edgar; Steele’s Bayou; T. B Baldwin ; nd ?.
host of others make this journal iiuli. pi n -a! ’
Moreover, it is equally
A HOME MAGAZINE.
Every subject of interest to the home-maker
fully treated. Mary Marsden, I.ois Catcsby, Mrs.
Brown, Mrs. Daviess, Miss Cabell, Miss Alosb
Alice Winston and a score of others will qontri
Is in charge of our Children’s Department, ana
she has the peculiar faculty of being both in
teresting and instructive.
THE MYSTERY OF THE NATION
Is a thrilling story appearing in H ome and
F arm , by John K. Musick, and is exciting wide
attention. Short stories by distinguished writers
appear from time to time.
BILL ARP’S LETTERS
Appear in each issue, and this humorous philoso
pher was never more interesting than at this
IN ITS EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT
H ome and F arm speaks boldly and fearlessly in
behalf of “ Farmers’ Rights.”
It favors a re
vision of the tariff in behalf of the farmer ; better
roads for the farmer ; Free Mail Delivery to the
farmer ; Co-operation among the farmers, and its
aim is to “ Bust Trusts.” Its motto is
“ Fair Trade and Farmers’ Rights.”
1RS, PLUMS,. .
A i-i/it in
your Town Luig,
our Rttiiihcs, Your
FARMERS’ OWN PAPER,
ALM EDA A. STENDER
Ba L«». “ Why, Addle, you needn't cryuboul
only cai<l Mrs. Allen was a
Informed woman, aud 1V.UUcd J’OO would follow
“Te., »nd l.i“t week yon said yoa
wished 1 could mana.e to I ok as stylish as Mrs.
Alito,—and she tnak<-s all her QWU ClQWts. Dut
•he han what 1 haven’t.”
M b . L ee . “What is that?”
Mus Lts. •* Well, the gits all of her infoima-
tlon from tin Magazine they take. I admit that
she knows all that is going on. smi is br 'Lit ana
entertaining in conversation, but I couid do as
well as she docs if 1 had the same source of
information. Sho lent me tho la« number of her
Magazine lately, and I learned more in one hour a
reading, about varions social matters and the
topics of tho day, than I w< aid pick up in a month
by my occasional chats with fr.ends. It certainly
Covers every top c of interest, from the new s of
the day down to the details of housekeeping;
and everything is so beautifully illustrated, too.
Every time Mamie goes over to the Allens ah©
comes back and reuses mo to f.ct yon t<> take
Demoreet’s Family Magazine, or th • t-tories are
so good. Even th • boys watch for i t very month,
as a place 13 found lor them abo in uh pages; and
Mr. Allen swears by it. It is really wonderful
bow it suits every member of the family I ’
M il L ek - W ell. perhans I hid bitter Bend fora
Specimen Copy; for, if it h anything like what you
sayitis.lt will amuse and instruct the whole of us.’’
M kb L ee ”1 t-ee that W Jennings Demorest,
the publisher, 15 East 14th Street. New York, ia
offering to send a Spccimon Copy for 10 cents, bo
we can't lose anything, as ca< h number contains
a ’Pattern Order’ entitlng the holder to any
Pattern she may choose, and in any bize—which
alone makes each <opy worth 3«> cent» : and 1 just
want a jacket pat ern like Mrs. Allen’s. The
subscription pri e is only 5 2 €0 a year; and I
must say 1 can’t see how they can publish so
elegaut a Magazine for u> little money.’’
A record of their daily life, presented in a form
and language which make it plain to all.
Harney Valley Grain.
J. (’. Wuolev
l^venB Bn a.
1‘eler Cleniei b
.I nb . ('opsluill
P. F. Stenger
of .S pecimen
Such a da> dhas (hi* of the pr<>-
before in the
' «’«•ttl?v of 'iie Harney country been
known, and may never again.
Notwithstanding its severity,
however the record was made
the valley on the ranches of
important to Our Readers
A N X o l • N C E M E N T E X T H A O K DIN A11Y.
In December we shall commence
publication of the most powerful
temperance serial story of modern
times. The well known author of
the Boy Traveler series of I ooks,
Col. Thomas W. Knox, is now en
gaged in writing this stor , for
which we pay a roval sum. We
want this story to have the wide
circulation it deserves. In the in
terest of humanity parents should
see that their chi dren read it and
especially the young men of every
community in this i road land
should be urged l y those who h iv,
an interest in them, to read this
story. The other ti itures
Weekly Bh.de io < d rot i e t.
here. They are well known Send
for a free sample copy and see ¡or
ASK FOR IT!
APPLES, PLANTS,. .
llangr—Grmit county. Ort'
P, <».—Buri «, (-rant c<»uii:y
Jas. Copshall’a 18 acres average <1
46| bushels to the acre. \Vo were
unable to obtain numbers of acres
»owed on other places.
The T. A McKinnon A Alb rls
threshing machine records ti e f I
lowing work done during this thi e
P. F. Stenger
Ixrvens Bn ■
Hinith A Young
Voegtley A Kciueman
A- J Wilaun
j. S. Bonen
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Lyman's Patent Combination Gun-Signt.
40 Per Cent.
SEX’D FOR 70 page Catalogna
of Slshto. Rifle», etc.
WO OD W OI^K ‘ \
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and Shot Cuns.
COMPARATIVE WORTH of BAKING POWDERS
Io at once eat a hl i»h
trade in all part., by
l> « <■>* nar tnarhinea
and rood» where the peojj
the«, wo will »end f
peiavn in eaeh lo a nt .the very
ne»» »«wing machine made in
he world.with all the atta.hrmnta
W. Will aleo »end f ree a complrte
line of our eoatly and valuable art
•ample« In return we a«k that ». u
• how what we tend, to thone who
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month, all »hall become ycur own
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EEI Wei “THEWORST FOE"aF!iat
As to Purity and Wholcsomcncss of the Royal Baking Powder.
" I have tested a packago of Royal Baking Powder, which I purchased in the
open market, aod tìnti it composed of pure and wholesome ingredients. It is a cream
of tartar powder of a high degree of merit, and does not contain cither alum or
phosphates, or other injurious substances.
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“It is a scientific fact that the Royal Bakinç Powder is absolutely pure. Tho
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pie Royal Baking Towder received the highest award over all competitor* at
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versal endorsement from eminent chemists, physicians, Baeutlsts and Boards of
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N ote —The abovft Di vgr km fllu«tratcs th? comparative worth of various Baking
Powders, as shown by Chemfcal Analysis and experiments made by Prof. Schedler.
A pound can of each powder was taken, the total leavening power or volume in
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more than ordinary kinds, it is far rrore economical, besides affording the advant
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fair minded person of these facts,
the din pram shorn some of the alum powders to be of a comparatively
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