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Britisj and German
England aysWjJI Not
But British Flag Flies
Germans Want Strin
Laguayra, Dec, 10-The British and
German warjhips have appeared cO
Margarite island. German ships sur
veyed tho bland a year ago, and it has
einco been believed tbat Germany ha:
designs oa that territory.
The feeling here is ceaerajlj calmer,
thocgh apprehension fe yet genera!.
and tbe torpedo boat Qaail dashed into
the harbor and toot s position com-!
manding the fortifications. Thc people,
earinj: a bombardment fled into thc
Tho Commander of the fprtresa called
on thc foreign consuls, asking their in
tervention. He said he had orders to
evacuato tho fortress bnt would flight il
fired on first, before he woalj withdraw.
J.iterlu tno dty the warships sailed
London. Dec. 1G In the Houte of
Lords today Lord Lansdowno said tho
allies would blockade tbe Venezcelan
ports, hut was it in no wise intended to
land British forces or occupy territory.
London, Dec. 10-CabIine from Wii-!
lematad, thc Curracoa correspondent ol
the Dally Mall says tbe British flig B
now flying over the fort of Puerto Ci-'
Cerlfn, Dec. 10-TIio Bundesrath will
be asked to sanction a moro stringent
blockade of Venezuela. DiBpatcbea ro
celved say all employees of tho Gtrman
and British railways are eafo.
IVilUno- o ObllKe. V '?-
'Old Lady You don't chew tobacco,
'do you, Iltclo boy?
Newsboy Ko, mum, but I kiit glv
iiiati'i'Mii-t-ws?'if' " ji ',v.
Matter Considered by
JUSTICE GRAY CALLS
ATTENTION TO THE ABUSE
One Independent Operator Willing
to Concede Some Rights to
Scrantoa, Pi., Pec. 10 Immediately
after thc opening of tbe inquiry Com
mission this morninp, Jnstlce Gray said
tho commission desired to impress upon
the community and tnc itate tbe testi
mony of the little girls taken yesterday,
that in future &U lavs on tho statute
Looks relating to child labor might bo
executed. lie taid that commission has
20 desire to critic:. the laws of l'ecn
rylranU, but recommended tbe enact
menc: of laws absolutely forbidding th (
empiormcat of women and chtldrc at
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,uc-.lCulu ,UM, lu K.viu.1,
(he earnings of the fathers of the lif.le!
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tick mill Kirls. They showed great an-
trer htn they learned the fathers earn- j
od from fJX) to fllOO annually, which
they knew to be faleo.
Dirroir called John iladdoclr, an in
dcreadrnt operator as a witness. Had
d. clc surprized the othor operators by
asserting that be telle ved in proper or
ganizition of 'labor, and tbat present
condition! warranted (ie demands ol thu
ilinere Union. Ho said tho large com
p,D,Ci ,f,ed t0 rCi,rct thc oa,pnt of ,,,e
independent operators. He had lodgtd
numerous comblaints with the interstate
commerce commission and finally won
out. Ho believed tho minors had a
right to be represented by who eyer they
cliore, and said ho was alwaya ready to
treat with tho officials of the union. .
Lloyd, one of the miners' counsel,'
atlccd permission to submit evidence
ff .v u 'u w j wvi i.ai .
rying roads. Gray consented, within
women need not
fear the change
which conies as the
beginning of life's
autumn. It is thc
woman who lawom
out, run down and
a sufferer from
dreads the change
of life. This is the
critical period of
woman's life, and
the prevalence oi
makes ft the duty
of every woman
who would avoid
inc to take especial
care of herself at this time.
Tlie ills which vex so many women at
thc change of life are entirely avoided
or cured by thc use of Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription. It makes weak
women strong, and cnablca tbe weakest
to pass through this trying change with
the tranquility of perfect health.
"I have lea a very healthy women, and thl
time lu been very hard with me." writti Mr.
Magpie Morrii. or JI union Station. Clearfield
Col'a., Iiw 16. "I cut eorr.c lo the time ol
change of life, and I hae been lick great deal
on and on. When Mr. Itemmii moted betide
me I wa tick In ted. ond when he came to ie
me aud we were talking over our lickneti, Mri.
Itemmii told me lo try Dr J'!trcei Faroritc
J'retcriptlon and 'Golden Medical I)!covery,
alio ' relict.' I cot her to brine me a Utile of
each from the drug store anil I uied them.
They did mo a irreat deal of good, and I rot two
more bottles of favorite Prescription.' I utter
saw sucb a wonderful cure. Before I com
menced your remedies I was good for nothing;
rns In such misery I hardly kucw what to do
with myself, now I csu do all my work myself
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets uc easy
and fUtMot to take
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Tbctl vrntirpronf cartnrnt !n tb
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nirnn;r4 rrnU rproof. MJ to it;wi
"- nt hirv Uir, wt Uicauicalo
v l. Wttn.Wr.iU-r u. !:., i froth,.,
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READY FOR BUSINESS
Washibston, Doc. 10-Gencral Win
arrived from Cuba this morning and de
livered a draft for tbe reciprocity treaty
to Secrctarv Hoy. Dili rays its provir
ions becomo effectlvo as soon os tho
THE HOME DAIRY.
Those Who Kollotr the Apoarrnt
Tendeucr Moil A Told Old I'nults.
Tho tendency to return once more to
hnmp ilnlrrlni tncfivml nt nlHn .,. I
milk and cream to InrcD acnnraiornm.
pauics, appears to be the result of re
cent Invention end perfection of amall
separators operated by hand. It Is
possible with these for tbe farmer and
dairyman to handle his own product,
mate- his own butter as formerly, and
sell It to tbe market he considers best.
It Is also tendltir; to Incrcneo thc size
of the average dairy. With a baud
Separator the farmer can handle more
cream ami butter than lie could wben
he depended entirely upon old fash-
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lAnnil ilalwti mAI.A.I . . t ll.h
tn. in American Cultivator. It irtay
h that tbe large crenmery cotnietdcd
aXiA 'ttrc co-operative farmers cream-
crie3 will not be srently affcctetl one
wr or t,le other b thl"' ns tl,'-, SUI'-
li.v ui miiu anu cream l.s sienuny in
crcnsluR nil over the couutry. but cer
tainly It will make a chatise on the
small farms and dairies. The question
which must be considered of thc- most
lmiwtnnce la whether the farmer op
crating at home can keep up the jual
Ity of his butter or will It degenerate
and sell so much below the regular
creamery butter that It will not be
proatnble to make It. A pood deal of
the dnlrv butter which ramr to mnr.
kct is so Inferior In quality that It'
rarely brings much more than oue-bntf
or two-thirds the price pnld for best
creamery. This Is due to Inferior
methods urcd. and to the fr.ct that old
fashIom.d dairy butter tnaklns cannot
i produce as finished a nroduct as the .
modern creameries. It 1 trasalble for
1 tin. rn,n ,hi.nn.n tn r,,ni-.. n im. .
as good butter with the small hand,
separatoni ns that produced by tho
large creamerlea. but to do this he ,
must observe the close rulc and regu-
la t Ions enforced by the managem of
me inner. .ny insity on uicir pari
will bring deterioration l:i the quality.
The butter thus made. If not held too
long, should then command n fair rat
lng In the mnrket. The old fault of
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a. liftttAs nrfil (inm irr lnti If lw
I Mt . tf VI VMI t- wft mm V
persists In doing this, he will not suc
ceed uuder the new methods. Thero
must be regular weekly shipments,
even if It is necessary u Increase thu
herd to make It worth while.
A SIMPLE BROODER.
Tbs Orlclnnlor, Vliu Snyn It Dora lb
Work. Telia How to .Mnlic II.
K. A. Sir-Near of Stclroae, .Mass.,
sends Poultry Keeper plans of a broml
cr which Is his own Idea and which
he claims will ralso every chick put
Into tt. It can he made nny length,
partitioned off, and the cilcks can go
In and out of tho sides Instead of thc
Take n box 3 feet long, 1 foot wldo
and Vj fcot deep. Cut n round hole In
each end six or eight inches In circum
ference, according to tlie size of tin
mi:, m'.'-kah'h wioodeh.
stovepipe. I use eight Inch common
tin pipe, tho same as they use on n
furnace to heat a house. Tho cover
mid bottom can be on hinges, so they
can ho let down or lifted up nnd
cleaned In two minutes.
Tho pipe!! should havo two elbows.
Thc ono at tho bnclc should turn down,
and tho one at tho other end ehould
turn up, so thoro can bo n cover to it,
with two or three small boles punched
in tho cover so as not to waste too
much heat. I use a single burner oil
stove. This stove will heat n brooder
ttn or twelve feet long.
I vi v a evvw t I
No Change in Trans
port Service '
Transports Not to Be
Washington, Dec. 10 Without raying
to la bo many words, Secretary limit
lifts given Senator Foster and lU-pren'ti-
tative Joucs to understand ho does not
i,ntend t0 0CCl,t tho bkl of ,ho 15o(,ton
Ste.-umhip Company for carrying troops
and supplies to tho I'hllippinoj, and
will for thc next six mouths nt least
continue thc tranrtort tctvieu from fau
Tho secretary says tho iuipraxcmento
made at Sou Frauciico In tho way of
barracks, freight depots, .hospital, etr.
Coat t70,UO and it would not bo jutti
ilnblc iu his opinion, to duplicate the
accommodations nt I'tiRet Hound, pu;!S
ul.ul.vni tho btdd recently ca'led (or,
cover only toveu months tiiio.
Thc secretary thowed treat familiarity
with the commercial couditionsnn I'uRet
Hound, but still contendtd th.it r.a n
business proposition it would bo uunisu
ruake a change at this time.
Ho said ho would not readvertlso for
other bids ror would he, uuder any clr
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eo-ne p:cv,j.on v.oro ;ncludl in
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4rt I inl liiiviiliM lli.k nn . . . &a.k a .. t .1
buv t'.ern in n-nin tt ativ(iitnri ii.mi i
the prico imid by thu iiutchascrr.
No decision will bi msdo until tho
eecretory lies auothor conicrenco with
pro.?(. ., ,,.;., .. .t. n.. c
." nip uo., proLuuiy tnc i f.crptrlot tho
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, "rL'"nt week- lhe ,,w,Jl0a ot tl10 "c
1 rotary mean? thnttl.o prosont methods
will i i rrnl!niip'l inili-flnlli-lv unit u-lml
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troops and supplies cannot bo carried on
tho transports Hill go on commercial
steamers under tho specinl contracts,
which all Pacific coast ports bharo.
JINGLES AND JEST S.' "
it. it ir
Where la the man who hn not an Id
At cvnlnr. when he went to bed,
"1 II waken with tho erowlni: cock
.lid get to work by six o'clock?"
Where la tho man who. rather late,
Crawli out of lied nt ha'f pent olcht.
That has not thought, with fond record,
"it c bctUr not to work too iiarrt?"
nvrnpllon to the Utile,
"Them two dudes," the ijlrl nt thc
music counter rtmiarked, "la trying to
get mo to look n( 'cm."
"Where's your Kranimnr?" paid thc
Kill at tho book counter. " 'Two dudes'
Is plural." .
"I Kiicss not!" contemptuously re
joined tho other. "It takes moro than
two of them fellows to make it plurul."
Why Chrlatmns la spelt Xmaa
Ja plain ub jilulicaii bo
lt takes a mans of X'n
To Jill tho Xmtio tree.
la all Its stages tbers
should bb cleaiiliaeis,
Ely's Cream Balnt
cleames, too tbeiand heals
iLe diseased membrauo.
It cares catarrh and drives
away a cold Iu the head
Creum Balm Is placed Into tho nostrils, spreadv
over tho membrane; and Is absorbed. Relief Is Im.
tnedUta and a curs follows. It Is not drying docs
Dot prodaes mewing, Large Size, 60 oeols at Urujj
lists of by malls Trial t)U, 10 csnls by msllj
XVt DltOTiUOtli 4 VTarrsa UhU Ksw. tark,
JT& OtaA 2kTH
"y Jiai'.'".JII Ll'lUI Jlll"l,ll,lH11ffMTssffsMsi -,-.- ........ JLh
JR. H. Walter, D. V. S.
.)KNTAI.BUI.(IK(i.V AND MKUIIAN-
Onion Nnr-burc Illihi. A. Ht Phone. 80
MAKHIIMKU). ! t OHKUON.
E. E. Straw, M. D,
PHYSICIAN AND HUltOKON.
Special attention to iIUoiihch of tho Kyo
Knr, IS'two i. ml Throat. (Ilruwoti lilted,
Office in Seuustnckcn & Smith
A'. G. Gross, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND rUJHUKON.
Olllro. Kiisliiutf Uiilldiiiir, I'liono ts:t
MAKHIIl'IKI- s OHKUON
W. U. Douglas,
ATTOKNKY AT LAW AND U. H.
COM MISSION tilt.
front tirrcl, Mnulifickl, Oregon.
S.A. D. Eaton,
-LAW Y Kit-
Will prnollco in nil coiut
KM PI llti CITY
Oil KG ON
J. W. Bonnott,
ATTOUNKY ANl CUUN.SKI.Olt A'l
John F. Hall,
ATTOltNKY AT LAW.
Otf'e in KMomJo htocV, Frnt nrrct
II. St., MARSIIiniChD, ORIS
Itrr rvflsvr rni.ln wnnn
mA 4 I f5.7
i Bil I tU
etciianco for a Wryrlo. Writ. Iilr for f rt-o Catftlom and our iwlal offrr.
J. L. MEAD CYCLE CO., Chicaeo, 111.
f eisoco.noiectooacoooo4va i'
jNone but the
5 I coiHtantlv fttniMi tlu hMt nnl
r irimc-it of nipatH, whlrh ylvoH me tho
jjeoiifiJtUico of iay patroiif.
O tut It Is iiecoriary that they ho mini
rfillil whnl(Hoino. I d ) not prniiiUo it
g lUcniiiit, but I will nlvo you honoit
.ind coiirtciiiiii trentmeiit uinl value
received for your moiioy. Satlsfac
glln f;iiar;uitel or ciwli rofuii lent.
VJIil IbLiU WI1VH
6 HENRY HOLM, Prop.
KT mott for your monoy. Yon cannot bo niiro that your t
moiii'V has done its brat unices von himi our linn ol holiday r
N Koods and i;ct our prices.
most dutirahlo as irlltn.
Toilet C:iscfi Albums, Cut Glxiss, Jewelry,
Hooks, Comb find I5rusl. StK, Pictures,
Vscs, Pf i ncy Dishes, WopU ISoxcs, Ciim
erfis, Watches, Leather Goods, Dolls,
I'erfumes, Ktc. T
It In nlln to specify, for thorn nrn n hundred Moms to J
chn jf-u from, You tmiHt no them. Tlioso who couio to ; :
look nrn rm uolcninn an Hiohm who rninn to hiiy. w '
'SENGSTACKEM'S I'llABMACV, Marslifleld,''brcjron ::
'-I-i-H- . ,i.. t-JWriftoAM-l-JM
"What Is thero original about that
iiovoiist'M woikV" '
"Weil," immvuriMl tho iiubllKlicr, "thn
plot Uu't novel, mill thu triMitiiioul isi'
"iiiuiMual, but thu iiilvui't.ut'iiictutu nro uii ,
our own."-Wi!H!iliiKtoii Utm
A ir low.
Kow eomci tho tlmo of wintry enow
Which poi'tM slnir with Rind neclulm.
Thou youthful chcclCH Will ho uulow;
I hope the stoves will bo the tame.
0. F. MoKnight.
ATTOltNI.Y AT I.AW
Office In tho Iainc, Hc Waller
Wold & Daniels 7
KNlllNKKUS mid HIJHVKYOIIH
Map wot It rtxpoclitlty, l'lioun. iV
Mnulifli'ld, I i Oniroii
and Harness Ropairoclj
John llnrdinir tho shnMiinkt-r Unm
ployed nt llotktll'a llnrnoss shop,
Wo also If cop
all kinds of Ion th or.
llnnif'H l.cnllier.H'iln l.enthor, f.sfn
Leather, l.nth'o I.inllier. All kfinji
ol Fprthi: l.rwtf Inut.
If you want to buy nny kind of Imr
IHikh too llnikel,
IIAKNUSS & SADDLKS
MAUK'HCOKNKIt : : front Htroel
H ...... w
3 lUllft I'UK A IMflfUINT
BI)iik'n(ler ttm mniiiory ol oll.tr
k'llt havo faded nwnr. each look
nt that hcniitlfiil plnnu In vuur
hoinii will ho n reminder of Ihti
Kond tmtii and tho Ktuuraut spirit
CIIA5. fiRISSCN MUSIC CO,
can supply nil your neuda
in this line
I. 0. 0. P. Dlty.
aratic tsuacantaad tOO'J PAOUCLn. U
vw-ar farf,,,t Uf , ir. Mt:urtJ(
ru r ctir Koual
. ....t ,. ... ii? i. uuvuiit. au i.,,wr
m flAWe KRt?!E TOUflS ycu trv!co
uy titfauys aiiuii auiab'i'u nbuolutoly
no rlatf In order!..;: frrm us, tu you do noi
nood to pay u cent if tho hicyrlo docn net cult you.
SOO SECQNBHAND, WHEELS
takrn In trade Irjrmr Clitcaco reUtsUorcs. QQ in Qft
atandant inaWrs. many fol iu new,. HlrJ IU UU
llrrs. ,wiitienint.nndrli-,MtUnml.er llklinUaiM ri
t Mr. in oir Urt.BcjuW. A world btUfvtiuta Wilt fur II.
RIDER AGEHTS WASTED Lnn(:$i:,Wri'
i'.V model tlcycla In your trt Umo.yoa can maka 9tO u
SO n wivl( tnlric havlnir a whncl to rlH for rournelr.
In rich town to illilrlbutn cualorfuo riirmla
Best of Meats K
Kreo ilrlhery. Phone 181
We huve Just thoao lines of c.ooda Y
viW - WJ - H'W,l,,4J,l'
Author-.My hook, sir, will bo In ox.
Jfitenco lonj; iti'tor you nry forKOtti'ii.
Critic Yes. 1 uliould nny thnl it Is
likely to oxcup'.1 thu woar mid limr of
cxceeslvo iviiiIIiik. hostoti Tiniiscrliit.
Sinter Ktisaii Io wo dlno with you
Hlrttt'f Itehfcea Oh, no, Hiihiiii. Don't
you loiiu'iiiht'i'V It's your turn to luivo
uu Del rolt Kreo Press.
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