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The Official Government Reports i
The United States Government, after elaborate
tests, reports the Royal Baking Powder to be of
greater leavening strength than any other. (Bul
letin 13, Ag. Dep., p. 599 J
The Canadian Official Tests, recently made, show
the Royal Baking Powder highest of all in leaven
ing strength. (Bulletin 10, . 16, Inland Rev. Dep.)
In practical use, therefore, the Royal Baking
Povder goes'further, makes purer and more perfect
food, than any other.
Government Chemists Certify : .
"The Royal Baking Powder is composed of pure and
wholesome ingredients. It does not contain either alum or phos
phates, or other injurious substances.
"Edward G. Love, Ph.D."
"The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest
and most reliable baking powder' offered to the public.
" Henry A. Mott, M. D., Ph. D."
"The Royal Baking Powder is purest in quality and high
est in strength of any baking powder of which I have knowledge.
" Wm. McMurtrie, Ph. D."
The Government Report shows all other baking
powders tested to contain alum, lime
or sulphuric acid.
llamma Willie, did you eat that custard
ynm tua was in toe ice cnesti
"Are too auite snra van HM nnt t urn
"Yes, I'm sure, 'cause Johnnie Smith eat
asm 01 it" Am Draw kruot.
Irrlratins- Ble Conwutlia.
Mr. Oldboy Why do you bring m much
water, Tommy t I merely asked for a drink.
Tommy 1 thought you'd need more than a
glassful, 'cause sister said you was the driest
wi awca sno ever Know. Aluiisey a Weekly.
Her Lips Were Chapped, Too.
He (fondling her hand) Your little hand
fa oarer chapped, is itf
Bhe (coyly (No; I wish it might bel
And then be popped. Lawrence Ameri-
liap yon Know iu By freight, prepaid if
preierrea, we snipsajeiy4,i ore tt, trees;
2-yr.Rosea of rare excellence, everything !
Yoa actually pay less than for the puny
staff. 1,000 acres Nurseries. 20.C00 acres
Orchards. Exact information about trees
and fruits. Stark Bros., Louisiana, Mo.
Allays Fain and
Heals the Sores.
Senses of Taste
z THE T"
C iV f 1
TRY THE 0HEE. 1AV1u1VEB
A particle is applied Into each nostril and Is scree-
able. Price, SO cnta at druggists' or by mall.
, ELY BK0THEB8, M Warren Street, Hew Yorkl
Lota of Points.
Managing Editor William, did you go te
the Good Templars' masauerade ball this
Reporter Yes, sir.
Managing Editor Got tome paints, I sup
Reporter Yes, sir mere points than
erar got in my life before.
Managing Editor Why, how was that!
. Reporter I sat down on a wire hair brush.
av. Burlington Free Press.
He Made Allowances.
Theatrical Manager Tin afraid this wont
do. It is aa amusing production, but it's too
short. It would take only about an hour and
a half to present the whole fire acta.
Author of Comio Opera Yea, sir. That's
all right. An hour and a half for the regular
songs, and dialogue, and stage business, and
another hour and a half to satisfy the pud
ding beads that encore everything. Chicage
Tribune, .- - . ,
' He Gneesed It.
"What fa a cant hook?" said a teacher fa
see of our country schools the other day, ad
dressing her pupils in general.
There was a long flash of silence, and then
a little hand went up in the remote corner of
"Well what is it, Sammy!"
"A muley cow," said Sammy, triumphant
ly. Liogaiisport Journal.
Decision After Reflection.
little Girl If I should die and go to hear en.
would 1 bare wings?
Mamma Yea, my pet; and a crown and
"And candy!" "':
"Well, rm glad we're got good doctor."
Hot a Complete Separation.
Mother Johnny, I don't want you to play
wim tnat lime tsrownjones boy any longer;
co you near?
"Now, dout let ma hear of you disobeying
"JTo'm, but I may fight him. mayn't L if I
want tor- runch.
ThliTrsde Mark is on the best
In the World!
. A. J. TOWER. BOSTON. MASS.
Corss In j
Big 3 Is the acknowledges
leading mu; lor au uc
private dtseaMS of man. A
evrtaln cure lor the SaMS)
tating wealtaess penl(t
1- to wonn.
VrJ W f nMwwihattanilfMlMM
TtKEvMSUHtM'nHl!!). in nconmea41a it M
.. . ia.B!utiun u.,uBTwi,m,
SI BtOIi e srwai-ia
Foltl lr Cured with Vegetable Remedies
Hurt onred thousands of eases. Core oues oro-
oounoed hopeless by bestpbyatciase. From flrstdoss
tf.apiom disappear: Id ten days at leant two-thirds
all .yaiptoms remored. Send for free book teatlmo.
nlnta it irilrsnnlnus cnrs. Ten dars' treatment
len -y mall. If yon order trial, send loe. In atampr
lSf pnatHite. DH. H.H.ORSKX6oN8,Atlant,6a.
If vim nroorwiai return itus aaTeruaement to us
" f Morphine Bablt Cored la 10
's' I to 80 days. Ho par till cured.
w DR. J. TEPHCNC UbaMM.Obw.
Old Oold sod 8ilr Bought; send ronr oU OoU
and by mall to lite old and tellable houas oi A.
(Maman, 41 Third straet. Ban Vrewaaao; I will sand bt
6 am kiU 1'iiM aaah, aosordiog to aasay; If ths ssatmol
la not SMUfaotorf wiU nttorn sold.
-;: ., -r" s.s..f iiiiw Wkbl
I stent Improved. Is recognised by the medl
c .1 pr.femion as the only common-sense belt
iimrlB for the en re of Seminal Weakness, Pslns
in the Back, Loss of Maaiory. Hysteria, Kerross
1'roMra lin. or u . disease srkiug from youth,
fill Imligeretion. KeUev in one or two days
KiitiHin&titm. Constipation, Paralysis, Kidney or
1 Hvr Tioubles. irtce BiO. fleud or dienlar.
imiil 0. O. D. or on receipt of prtoe. Address
OMJOOM BIt.,rufgHta, -..
' -d .....CaUfen.ls
Pride and Prtdadiea.
Tub. 80 p. tn. If you will com to mr
room, my man, IU give you an old dress coat
Dilapidated Tramp Say, look a' here, do
yoa suppose that I've fallen so low that 1
wear a swaller tail before six p. m.f N&verl
The All Absorbing Question.
"How to Invest money safely is the ques
tion that most people find 'of the greatest in
terest," says an editor, who evidently did not
aneaa to pun; but he Is wrong. The question
that most people find of the greatest interest
is how to get money to invest Somerrille
Foseyboy-Say, Bloodgood, introduo me
to Misa uebut, wiu youf
Bloodgood What fort
Posey boy Because I want to tell her that
she has brushed into the open grate and her
drees is on fire. Biirllnstnn Free Press
iilao j ' Ulllif
is evidence f l
getting proper nourishment.
When this glow of health is
absent assimilation is wrong,
ana neaitnis letting down.
taken immediately arrests
waste, regardless ..' of the
cause. Consumption must
yield to treatment that stops
waste and builds flesh anew.
Almost as palatable as milk.
rVwwad by gooM A gawaa. H, T. Alldrannrlnta,
RSHERMEfs AND FlSHKR WOMEN.
Bow flood, Ebb and Maelkwate Treat,
. ed Their Envlons Wives.
Thar are three men fishing in a little,
boat. Three women fishing from the rocks
Flood (pulling in a fish) First blood.
Ebb (pulling in a flsb) This la business.
I guess they are coming in now.
Slackwater (pulling in a fish) In with
Mrs. Flood Each one of those men has
Mrs. Ebb They said we could get them
here, too, but seat Mr. Flood has just
aught another one.
Mr. Slackwater And my husband's got
another too. (Calling) I should think yoa
might give somebody else a chance at that.
Slackwater Don't you have any bites,
Mrs. Slackwater No, we don't. The bobs
haven't bobbed once.
Slackwater They haven't fairly (stops
to pull in a fish) commenced to run yet.
xou'il get as many as we do in a minute.
Flood (in undertone) Doubtful about
that, The. They ain't fishing in the chan
Ebb If we had a bigger boat jimlni.
but that's a nice one I .Look at him.
Mrs. Ebb You men must have a hun
dred, I should think, ths way you are catch'
Ebb Pshaw! We're only got two or
three-little things at that. They'll run
larger by and by, and you'll get 'em over
Slackwater (softly pulling two fish over
the side of the boat and keeping between
them and the ladies) By gracious, boys,
they pull like bulldogs!
Mrs. Slackwater Are they running yet,
Slackwater Well, you can hardly say
jars. biacKwater How many do yon
think you'll catch at a time when they do
Flood (unhooking a fish and laughing
softly) I guess we'll have to manage to
get some of 'em eut of here, eh?
H-bb (reeling furiously) We ought to.
but my wife is afraid to stay in a boat un
less I am along too.
Flood (casting) So's mine.
Slackwater Tw more, boys. My wife
Is that way too.
Mrs. Slackwater Can't you come ashore.
Theodore, and let Airs. Ebb go outf
blackwater Why yes certainly.
Ebb (in undertone) You'll do nothlnaof
the sort. I'll go ashore my hang itl
lost a nice one then. I've got to 'tend t
business better'n this.
Mrs. Slackwater Well, why don't you
Ebb Do you want to come out. EmlLvf
Mrs. Ebb Oh. I don't know that I do.
You come in and let Mrs. Flood go out.
.bb Heaven and earth, see those fel
lows jump! (To Mrs. Ebb) All right
(To Flood, with assumed cheerfulness)
Wli up that anchor, old man.
Flood (calling out) Do yon want to
come out in Mr. Ebb's place. Lucy r
Mrs. Flood I don't believe I care about
it. Why don't you come in and let Mrs.
Slackwater go outf
Mrs. Slackwater I'll tell you what we
can do. iwoof you men can come and
fish off the rocks, and the other one can
take us out there and bait the hooks whila
Slackwater (pulling in a fish) All right.
J) iooa (polling in a fish) We'll do that.
Ebb (pulling in a fish) By and by.
Old gentleman in next boat (who always
goes sionej tor pure, unadulterated sel
Cshness give me the average man who
goes a-fishing. American Angler.
Matches Mightier Than the Slipper.
The efficacy of matches as a correctional
medium was demonstrated yesterday upon
one of the annex boats. The passengers
included a family party o( three husband.
wife and little boy of five years. Before
the boat left the slip the child proceeded to
how that be was very badly spoiled. He
was a pretty little chap, but his boldness
and mischievous ways made him anything
but popular. Although be went so far as
to throw the hand satchel of a passenger
irom tne seat to tbe floor with an accom
paniment of wry faces, his mother said
never a word. She was of the lansmid
sort, and seemed too weary of the world to
even breathe. The father was kept busy
admonishing the youngster, but with little
effect. Finally he dived down into his
pocket, drew out a matcbsafe, and open
ing it extracted a match.
"Come here!" he commanded as he
walked toward tbe terrible infant and
made a feint of lighting tbe match.
The little fellow, thoroughly frightened.
ran to bis mother, crying, "Please don't,
papa; I'll be good."
And he was good during the rest of ths
trip.-Aew Xork World.
Dangers of Beading In Bed.
The popular idea is correct that reading
when lying in bed is injurious. It is not
the recumbent position that does the harm
to the visual organs; it is the bad, Insuffi
cient light that one usually provides bjm-
seix witn tnat works the lnlurv. Poor
light forces the eyes to reach after it-
strains them. In bed It is not usual to be
surrounded by light, as is always the case
wnen one reads while lying in a ham
mock out of doors. When in bed tbe light
(either daylight or lamplight) is usually
the farthest removed from tbe bed: if it
shines at all it sheds its rays over tbe feet
of tbe reader instead of over his left shoul
der, where it should fall. A good strong
light thrown onto tbe page of tbe book
from behind and to the left of the reader
will banish the cause of strain, and read
ing in bed, with such care as to accessories,
may be no more harmful than reading sit
ting in an upright position. Jenness Mil
Great Men Who Danced.
Tbe ancients regarded dancing as a nee
ssary accomplishment. Socrates learned
the art in bis old age. while Plato. In bis
Commonwealth," advocated the establish
ment of dancing schools. The Romans
celebrated their victories and pastoral fes
tivals by elaborate dances. They excelled
In pantomime dances, from which tbe bal
let was evolved. The Emperor Domitian
forbade tbe senators to dance, and for an
doing removed several members from the
senate, brave statesmen and noliticians
of high degree have excelled in the oldest
of the arts. Lee J. Vane in Pomilar Be
A Dog Well Trained.
Sir John Lubbock has succeeded in train.
lag his dog to distinguish a card with
"water" on it if it wants water, one with
food" if it wants food, and so on. Th
dog soon learned to distinguish the blank
from the written ones: then be learned tn
attach an Idea to some of the latter and
was finally able to fetch to bis master the
eard which corresponded with his wish.
To get a single meal he bad to fetch soma
eighteen or twenty of these cards. Ha
nade no mistakes. Atlanta Constittlo
Ta Isnyrev footing Beeelnt.
At a matter of useful Information it
may be stated that whenever a cooking
receipt calls for baking powder tba
"Roval" should be ned. The receipt
win ue lound to work better and surer,
and the bread, biscuit, rolls, cakes, dum
pungs, crusts, puuaiDgs, cruller or
whatever made, will be produced sweeter,
lighter, finer-flavored, more dainty, pal
stable and wholesome. Benidei, the
" Royal " will go further or has greater
leavening power, and is therefore more
economical than any other powder.
Many receipts as published still call
for cream of tartar and soda, the old'
fashioned way of raising. Modern cook
ingand expert cooks do not sanction
this old way. In all such receipts the
Royal Faking Powder should be substt
tuted without fail.
The greatest adepts in the culinary art
are particular to use the Royal only, and
the authors of the most popular cook
books and the teachers of the successful
cooking schools, with whom the best re-
salts are imperative, are careful to im
press their readers and pupils with the
importance oi its exclusive employment.
lhe Royal Baking Powder is the great
est neip oi mouern times to periect cook
ing, and every receipt requiring a quick
raising ingredient snouid embody it.
GermShlrades unions have Just been
aumorizea Dy law to issue workmen'
certificates of capability.
THE FATHER OF MANY ILLS.
Constipation leads to a multitude
physical troubles. It is generally the re
suit of carelessness or indifference to the
simplest rule of health. Eugene McKay of
Brantford, Out., writes:
" I bad for several vears h(-n a aiiflnrr
from constipation, had tuken a great many
uiuvicu. iciucvueti, nuiiie ui wuiun uiu me
good- for a time, but only for a time; then
my iruuoie came oaus worse tnan ever.
was induced by a friend, whom Bbak
drbth s Pills had benefited, to try them
iooa two eaon nignt lor a wees: : then one
every night tor about six weeks. H noe
that time I have notexpcriencedtneslight-
est difficulty whatever, and my bowels
move regularly every day. I believe firml
that for sluggishness of the bowels and bi
iousness Bbamdreth's Pills are far supe
nr vi any oilier.
It never seems to da a man an rood nart
time, even if ne does know exactly how he
uaugut a vum.
KCPTVRB AND PILES CCBED.
We ooaitlvelv care raDtnre. nllea and all w.
tal diseases without pain or detention from bust.
uess, tto care, no pay. Also all jrtvoM dis
eases. Address for DamDh let Dra. PortArSalil A
unrcy, a suucei street, aan jnrancisoo.
No Doubt.'1 1 alwavs fonnd Hamlet aaav "
am tue uiu irhKvaiau, " dui i naa w Qunp my
nu w uu justice m - aiciiaru iii.
100 BEWABD S100.
Tbe readers Of this nsner will he Dleaaed tn
'earn tbat there is at least one dreaded dlaaaa
that science has been able to cure iu all lis
(tsxtw, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is tne only positive cure known to the meli al
fraternity. Catarrh, being- a constitutional dl-
eae, requires comtlt'ittonal treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken tnternslly, sttin- directly
upon the blood and mncous srfacea of the y
tf m, thereby destroying the foundation oi the
divease and Riving the patient strength by build
ing up the constitution and sskistlng nature lu
doing its work. The pmoriators have so much
faith In its curative powers that they offer Due
Hundred Dollars fjr snyeam thst it Mis to
cure. Beiiu lor list oi testimonials. Ad.irwa
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by druggists, 75 ceuts.
Many college graduate' sreexcellent ttm
yet do not know bow to paddle their own canoes
wduu iney go out in me worm.
Ladles, why use shoe dress
ngs that have alcohol, acid, and
ammonia In them, and sdoU
yoursnoesY watson s Peerless
Polish has none of these inlurl
ous Ingredients. It is sruaran
Tn Gxxkba for breakfast.
Em to Come to a Stop.
When we least
befall us, a veri
fication of the
old adage that
1ens. The fol
owinfir reel tes
how an active business man was
suddenly brought down.
THE TRAIN STOPS.
ClNCtM.. Ct ' Bm-miHv while In th art nf
sllenting from my car, 1 stepped upon a stone,
which, turning suddenly under my foot, threw
me to the ground, with a severely sprained an kit
THE MANAGER STOPS.
Snfferinjr exceedingly, I was helped into my
car, and my man rubbed me most generously
wiiii aruica ana Kioarea remedies, nut to no
A POINT TO STOP AT.
Reaching a station where St. Jacobs Oil could
ne procured, two Dottles OI It uKT S TMC
were bought, and the annlica ' nt
on n n resunea at onae in a
renei irom pain, which had
well nigh become unbearable.
I was out and about mv wnrk
in three days."
W. W. PEA BODV.
rrest. & Gcnl. Man. O. & M,
K. K. .
The Pain Stops.
Regis Leblanc is a FVench Cana
dian store keeper at Notre Dame de
Stanbridge, Quebec, Can., who was
cured of a severe attack of Congest
ion of the Lungs by Boschee's Ger
man Syrup. He has sold many a
bottle of German Syrup on his per
sonal recommendation. Ifyo drop
him a line he'll give you the full
facts of the case direct, as he did us,
and that Boschee's German Syrup
brought him throueh nicelv. It
always will. It is a good medicine
tad thorough in its work. o
(JUrii.S hHtiit ALL USE 1AIIS.
Best CouKh eyrup. Taotu Good. Use
tn time. Hold by dtwpieta.
N. T. N. U. No. 478-8. F. N. U. N. Hi
TBS riBH lAWVr HATUBS.
this sslf-prfiervatlon 1s acknowledged to be.
snd people who adopt Malast the enuroacbes of
disease a genulte niedluinai safeguard, accred
ited by ezpeiieiice sad the sanction of phyti
clans, afford a happy illustration ol the wudoin
ol the asying, in h health thev restore end
continue to enjoy. Amour maladies, sgalnot
tbe growth of which Hostetter's Stoinson Bit
ters ettords efficient protection, diseases of the
kidneys and bladder are Ira. ght with the ut
most peril snd exhibit gre.it obstinacy when op
posed by ordinary means. The Bitters can and
will subdue them Noteatlmouy is stronger ths it
this. Used at the outset snd pemlaieutlr, ths
best lesults may be expected. Tula medtolne
stso eradicates liver complaint, constipation,
dyspepsia, malaria, rheumatism aud uervout
nets. "Who is that pretty little blonde yonder?"
'You dou't know bert Why, she la the Pretty
little brunette whom you saw here last night."
For throat diseaafa and coughs "J?rom't
Bronchial 1Yochf," like all other rtallygood
things, are imitated, and purchasers should
be careful to obtain the genuine article pre
pared by John I. Known & Bolts.
' When a man is generous to a fault it la never
one of his wile's.
Das Inamellne Stove Polish; ao dost no smell.
A War, Veteran
"At Gettysburg my ankle was smashed by a
bullet The wound has caused me greatsuffer-
lng, breaking oat in tor
rlbla sores at Intervals,
Physicians made two
amputations. At last my
blood became poisoned
and sores broke out aU
over tar face and body.
One day I read about J
Hood's Barsaparilla andiT
dAfttftnA tA erv I ft
my wile, la dressing my
leg, said the wound looked better and in a few
months, thank God. the sores all over my body
healed, and sow four years lstor, have never
shown anyslgn of reappearing." oso. II. IUk-
mohs, ilv Magnolia ou, cyraouse, N. Y.
when all other remedies tall.
m 1 1 I mr rru it.) Kim.
- HMie"f " - ,
1 need the strenKt h
eiiingimpportand f holn that follies
with Dr. Pierco's
tion, it lessons
the pains and bur
dens of child
o f f sDrine. and
promotes an abundant secretion of nom Uih
ment on the part of the niothor. It is an in
vigorating tonio made especially for women,
perfectly harmless in any condition of the
female system, as it reguUitos and promote
all the natural functions and never conflicts
with them. . . ..
Tha " Prescription " builds up, strengthens,
and cures. In all the chronlo weaknesses and
disorders that afflict women, it Upuaranhttl
to benefit or cure, or tbe money is refunded.
not cure. 1
trnrh Ramedv airrea to naV
You're cured by its mild, soothing, cleans-
lag, and healing properties, or you're paid,
very ease of Catarrh which they can
s, the proprietors of Dr, Sage's Ca
lemedy agree to pay IWH) lu caiih.
Ycu 1 ii ink
1.1.. ..I'M....... Ullt .M PS..V
(Hid of ii'ula will tin i i'iui li r i
ml pulu yuit h(iui.l ill, ii.t
f Always the Imtt, thy are pH'ipulr.itl mij
ma aiaiiuuru vrywiiiru. it
Ferry'a Ma'n Aniiiiiil l Uik nt;l Aj
UiilHirtaiil Ixma "l tn kliul him f y
lUliKl. It Is hivsliitibl to lui If
t D. M. FERRY : CO. JJ
ROOD'S PIUS are purely vegetable, aud do bM
purge, pain or gripe. Sold by all druggists.
T55 DOSES 25l"
Cores Consnmptlon, Coughs, Croap, Bot
Thjrooc. Sold by all DniKgius oa a Cuarantaa.
For a Lame Side, Back or Chart 8hUoh's Porooa
Plaster will give graat satUfaciioa-sj Cents.
Mrs. T. 8. Hawkins, Chattanoog-a,Tenn sayst
h2oA'l VitaUMir'SAVtiO MY X.IF.' I
trouble it excels.
navarouCatarrhf Trrthls Romedv. Itwlll
relieve and Cure yoa. PrUe W cts. This In
Jeotor for Its successful treatment Is furnished
free, ghiloh's Hemedlet are sold by us oa S
cuarsjatee to give satiaf aotioo.
WILL FIND A FULL UNS OF
" THE IBNB fll."
A monthly journal of spe
cial interest to Printers,
Reporters, Editors and
If you don't receive it
and want it, write
Palmer & ReyType Foundry,
A Oil stock of Ravnnnd Iilanilnn Hntlp
Bkatea eoustautly on hand.
Fire Arms, Fishing Tackle
parilDg Gds of l.rery Description
H. T. HUDSON.
OS First Street. . POKTLANI), OR.
Send S cents In atarana inr naw ll'f.nj lll.
Frinlinsr Material and F.1acb?fi8ty
For sals at lowest prices snd most advantageous
Palmer!. RevTvub Foondrv.
Csr. Front ni Aider Streets,
Write for nrlcea and Itmi hafara v.., in .iu.
where. . '
f W111 et I,rT or wreea
IM Urcen Cut HO.Ni.il wlii
1 1 1 1 double the utim Uit ol pvk
r I will msJte thuui uvoru (cr.
..in wiu :nrry me fiwrs
safuly through the moiling
period and put thorn la
condition to hiy wh.-n ttftt
commftnil the hltthoat price
and will dovoltiiw your
chicks faster thsa any
" 1 flreen Bones anJ
use lreoaoxoue to sl.l
the llf-o, arnl you will mate
fitty pr ettU more prouU
rVnd for Catalogue and
ITTALtJIA IHCUEATflR COSn, PITAI.UH, CAL
Italian and Petite, one year old : S to s foet
high, m per l,WJ0i 4 to 6 feet high. ' iwr 1,000.
fsvkiiig done at cost. All trees warrsntod true
t name and free from Insects or w ale. Mnd
orders to TUOri. J. VA VI8, altoniey lu iaot for ti.
K. Watklus; address, roitlaud, Or.
Oct ths eenuinelliKii"!)!
SoldEverywhcrelWII L.1 ilE.
The Specif lo A No. I.
Cores, without fail, all caw. of Oonorr.
kwn and CllcoS, no maiii-r cf l,w lung
ataailjng. PrxvenU atrfctiire. It Mna an hi!
tnriiul rmly. Churns wlioii overyuJlis eloe
has fulll Hold by all DniBKlmn. ' " M
rlw. .. Co., ttaii J, (.:u
1 , 17 "uarkable aud certttin
relief given woman bv MCOHE'8
it the name of Woman's Friend. It is Z-.t-laLll...
(ol in relieving; the ba-kar,hs. hrla,.,. ZHfT unUormy sncoese--
which burden and shorten a woman'. V JUrf 8IIDe?
of woman fo.fi f. I T til u ..1,1. . .. "'OHInai
r . nui nivo ueaim ana siren st b
and make life a neasnre. FOR SAT.w. rv in
DRUGGISTS. - ,
18 THE SAiI.-o
' r s
1 II I B ( M i It 1J WaL M W W W I V .
STEEL PICKET FENCE
Hosts no more than an ordinary clumsy wood picket affair tbat oh..... .... . .
Hi WITH S
David M. oTrfii7ri..rram"!t ww w- Ch,M-
apart in a
caanng tnera ana la pi
raotical ly v k blasti Ha.
.11 .n vnwu ...
Htm.s Mlg. Oo., Besver 9JilJS
Holly, Mason, Marks A Co., Spokane Falls, Wash.
WM ILu . -. .
uiuir, .... . .. .:L , ....! .i.,jyM
Gimondo Crescent Ground Cross Cuts.
And All Kinds ef MILL SAWS. Alee ItavvReDaTr in 0 VUUi
a9-aiMoiiDB fiaw nn w" 2l9 rmr KepairjnB.'
ww . , r,ni eireer, pemand, cr.m