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The Worst Part of It.
Do Jonea I hear your Arm d!
charged you. ,
Smythe Yea; but I wouldnt mind
that so much If they hadn't added In
sult to injury.
De Jones How bo?
Smvthe They advertise! for a boy
to fill my place. Chicago News.
Th Twentieth OMtwrjr.
The twentieth ceuuirv Ihvi January
1st, lilU. ad will id Uh tV IVopi
did net bcpin l reckon ihw I torn A. l. t,
but waied until about ! V veur of the
Chns-tmn era. IVoph w ho bejtiu to take
the great health retorM Hotetter'
ttomaih Hitr. uwnedie!y after the
first outbreak of dyeiwt. ma'arta. rheu.
mauMii. eotitiiiion. i(eroui er ki,l
ney trouble wiil date their cur immediate
ly from then.
Fuddy Did you ever notice
most of the black-faced artists
Duddy Naturally. An Irishman la
right at home in Cork. Boston Transcript.
ONE OF THE REMARKABLE
MEN OF THE WEST.
You are made aware of the neces
sity for cleansing your blood in the
spring by humors, eruptions anil other
outward signs of impurity.
Or that dull headache, bilious, nau
seous, nervous condition and that tired
feeling are due to the same cause
weak, thin, impure, tired blood.
America's Greatest Spring Medi
cine is Hood's Sarsaparilla.
It makes the blood rich and pure,
cures scrofula and salt rheum, gives a
clear, healthy complexion, good appe
tite, sweet sleep, sound health.
For cleansing the blood the best
medicine money can buy is
It is Peculiar to Itself.
American Commission at Paris.
The cost of the American commis
sion at the Paris exposition was nearly
All diseased conditions of the
LUkrI mm skin lire bi-nerittrd tr
the well known remedy, Garfield
Tea; it purine the blood and .
clears the complexion. "
Good Subject Makes Good Talker.
McCarthy Old Brown declares you
are the most entertaining talker in
the club. What do you usually talk
about in his company?
McCommick Old Brown. Harlem
Female la Hes, bat Man lit Employ
ment uni Aeeoclatlon-Notel Char
acter Will Knd Her luye la a Mou
"Calamity Jane" has sought an asy
lum lu the pout-house of tiallutlu Coun
ty, Mout. As a child of the frontier, uu
army scout In the disguise of a man, a
dispatch bearer through a couutry
swarming with a cunulug enemy, uu
Indian tighter feared by the redskins,
a mall carrier lu the Black Hills, u free
rover aiuoug the rough characters of
the border, a woman lu sex but a man
lu employment and association, "Ca
lamity Jane's" life puts the Imagination
of the novelist to blush Her adven
ture have beeu the base of a familiar
character of the dime novel, but the
lurid pen of the yellow writer has cou
j eocted no more desperate exploit thau
i actually fell to the lot of this remark
i able woman.
Iu private life "Calamity Jane" Is
Mrs. Martha Burk. She owes her ulck
name to Captain Kagau. of the I'nlted
State army, whose life she saved lu a
battle with Indians lu 1S7J. She was
then only JO years old. but w as already
acting as a scout. This Is her own
story of the lnckleut:
"I was serving under Captain Kagan,
and while near Ooose Creek on the site
of the present town of Sheridan. Wyo.,
we had a three-day skirmish. We lost
six men killed ami several wounded.
Then our detachment was ambushed
about a mile from camp. Captain
This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative BromoQuinine Taweu
the remedy that core cold la 47
Her Escort i3e awful fond ob
music, 'specially dance music.
Miss Snowflake So's I. Doan' day
say dat music am de food ob lub?
"It am de very chicking an' watah
million of lub." Puck.
C A I. AM IT r JAJCE.
are among the best known
of the many dangerous
wild plant3 and shrubs.
To touch or handle them
quickly produces swelling
and inflammation with in
tense itching and burning
of the skin. The eruption
6oon disappears, the suf
ferer hope3 forever : but
almost as soon as tha little l.!!-tcr3 and
pustules appeared t!;e poison Lad reached
the blood, and will break out at regular
intervals and each thne in a more aggra
vated form. This poison will loiter in the
6ystem for years, and every atom of it
must be forced out of the blood before you
can expect a perfect, permanent cure.
is the only cure for Poison Oak, Poison
Ivy, and all noxious plants. It is com
posed exclustvelyof rootsand herbs. Now
is the time to get the poison out of your
6ystem, as delay makes your condition
worse. Don't experiment longer with
6alves, washes and soaps they never cure.
Mr. B. M. Marshall, bookkeeper of the Atlanta
(Ga.) Gae Light Co., was poisoned with Poison
Oak. He took Sulphur, Arsenic and various
other drugs, and applied externally numerous
lotions and salves Willi no bcnel.. At times tne
swelling and inflammation was so severe he was
almost blind. I'or eight years the poison would
break out every season. His condition was much
Improved after taking one bottle c f 8. S. S , and
a few bottlesclearcd his blood of the poison, and
all evidences of the disease disappeared.
People are often poisoned without
knowing when or how. Explain your case
fully to our physicians, and they will
cheerfully give such information and ad
vice as you require, without charge, and
we will send at the same time an interest
ing book on Blood and Skin Diseases.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA.
Hill to protect the miners and aettlert
from the threatening Sioux.
The 111 fated year IMTtl found the fe
male soldier with Custer, Mile and
Terry lu the Mg Horn country lu north
em Wyomlug. whore the ludlaus were
creating trouble. It wo In this cam
paign that "Calamity Jane" performed
a perilous feat of carrying dispatches
through a hostile country. The season
was cold and wet, and she had to ford
the Platte Klver near fort rVtterman.
The exposure brought on pneumonia.
She was granted uu Indefinite furlough,
which may have served her life, for a
few months later occurred the Custer
Her next employment was as I'ntled
States mall carrier mi he dangerous
route between Headwood and Custer.
It was during this period that William
Hlckok f'WIld Hill"! was assassinated
by Jack McCall, a notorious desperado.
"Calamity Jane" Joln.nl the posse lu
pursuit of the murderer, aud wheu he
was cornered In a butcher shop she
Ivought him to Imy with a cleaver. Her
love for army life took her back luto
the service, and she was assigned to
the Seventh Cavalry. She helped to
build Fort Mead. S. !.. and In 1S78 was
honorably discharged. Kesumlng petti
coats, she settled on a much near Miles
City. Mont., but ha since wandered
about from place to place In the West.
In 1SKI she married Clinton Hurk at Kl
Paso, by whom she had a daughter In
issi!. The husband died lu IStCi. Mrs.
Hurk's ambition then was lo give her;
daughter a rhm1 education. Though
only no years of age, "Calamity Jane"!
lu-ars the scars of a doxen bullets, ami
the hardships of her life have broken j
her down. For several years past shej
gained a livelihood by selling a book of
her adventures. J
WANTED LIVE AGENTS
la all town of Oreion, Wasblnaton aud Idaho,
TO SELL LE ROY BICYCLES
LISTED AT laVOO ANPItniW. (It'.t RANTKKII TO JAM! All Y I, 1901
WHIT roll CATAUiur. IUSI OUNTS AND TKKMH.
HENRY GOODMAN A COMPANY,
,...iita riftsr srncTT. . , .
Jobber of Dloyolo Sundrlo. Portland, Orogon
Farm Supplies, Etc.
Bee Line Buggies
$65.00 AND UP.
SPEED OF AN EARTHQUAKE.
Preliminary Tremor. Travel at Ht. HENNUY, $()0.00 and lip.
of U43 ftli.e Ml nut.-. !
U You N4 a
LUHtS WHtKt ALL USt rAILo.
Best CouKh Byrup. TaotesOoixl. Use
In tlmn. Soin nr arnagmn.
Eagan was one of the first to be shot
duriug the tight that followel, and, hap
pening to be near him, 1 was able to
reach his side lu time to prevent blm
from falling from bis horse. 1 man
aged to get him on my horse, in front
of me, and made a dash for camp,
which we reached safely. After recov
ering from his wound t'aptalu Kagau
laughingly called me 'Calamity Jane,
the heroiue of the plains,' and the name
has stuck to me through life."
Mrs. Burk was born In Princeton
Mo., In xr2. Her father, J. Canuary,
was lured to Moutaua In IS'" by the
hone of -KtrlkliJK It rich" u the new-
gold tit-Ids. Imrlng the five mouths
trip overland Martha became an expert
rifle shot and a daring rider. Shortly
after the family reached Montana the
mother died, and the father, being dls
appoints!, decided to return to Mis
sourl. At Salt Lake City he too dlwl.
leavliiL' four rouuzer children to the
care of Martha, then but lo years old
Employment was fouml for her at l ort
Uridge, Wyo., anil she coutluued to ride
and shoot until her n-putation became
Her asswiation with the soldiers
filled her with a longing to go on the
warpath against the Indians, and when
General Custer was ordered In 1870 to
make a campaign against the Apaches
In Arizona she decided to put a desper
ate plan Into execution. She put on the
suit of a cowboy, clipped a little off the
end of her hair, rode to Fort Russell
Wyo., and boldly asked to be engaged
as a scout. She was accepted and
though her sex was soon discovered
General Custer let her off with a scold
lng. She pleaded to be retained, and
as she had proved her ability, she was
retained In the service aud continued
to wear man's clothing.
It was a thrilling campaign, In which
she performed a number of daring mis
slons and had several narrow escapes
Only once did she despair of her life
She had been trapped by two Indians,
but her markmanshlp enabled her to
kill one of them and escape. From, the
Apache campaign she went back to
Wyoming to Join the expedition under
Custer, Miles and Crook. She fought In
the campaign against the Sex Perces
In 1873, and was in various minor en
gagements In Montana ami Wyoming
during the following year. She aecom
panled General Crook as a scout In
1873 lu the expedition to the Black
Speaking of the lud'.au earthquakes ;
of 1VJ7, a Iioudoii seleuttst says the vl-
bratlous traveled lo F.urope, where they i
were recorded at tery mttuy stations, ,
and no doubt would have been equally
well recorded atmaiiyo:herplaceioutle '
surface of our world had there been
provided suitable Instruments. The !
preliminary tremors, which are prob- j
ably waves of comprcMiioti, traveled j
through the world to reach Italy ami !
other countries with an average rate of ;
34."i miles a minute, or 1 kilometers a
seroud-a rafe whhh, It will be ob-
rved, Is higher thau that at which
tmllar movements can be transmitted
through glass or steel. The large waves.
which are probably quasi-elastic gravl
tatlou waves, by traveling over the sur
face of ti e earth, reached Europe at a
rate of 113 miles a minute, or - u8 kilo
meters a second.
It Is likely that these latter disturb
ances reactieti stations in burope oy
traveling from their origin lu two direc
tions round the World. As an Indlca-,
tlou of this, we are told that at several
of the European stations slight undula
tions are to be seen on the selsmogramn
at times we should expect to find such
markings, had they traveh-d from India;
to Europe by the longest possible route
From the in-rlodof these waves, which In j
taken at twenty-two seconds, and their!
velocity, their length may be Inferred,
an estimate or wnicn is imny-iour
miles; while their height, as deducted
from their length, and the maximum
angle of tilting, Is estimated at twenty
The slowness of the movement was
such thnt they could not be felt, while
the magnitude was such that the unaid
ed eye of nil observer would not be
able to recognize any differential move
ments In his surroundings. The large
ness of these disturbances and their
great duration, extending over several
hours, preclude them from the category
of tremors, vibrations or mlcrosclsms.
Iron eornrrs un bodW-s of all our llanne
lire Line Hus-fie. Scud lor ('suing.
MITCHELL, LEWIS & SUVER CO.
First ind Taylor Sts. Portland, Orison.
SAW MILL, ENGINE
Itnil PD or anr i-iiK-ol Marblnrr.H
liigua ami prtrca.
Pari I mini mud Mmkmftm.
NEW LIFE TO OLD FENCESI
'r Anchor Clamps and Uprights.
Ht rsct. Tn Auction Fssca.
fr-r r1 ' TT
l oni 1.11a H Sw Otici.
Ho 7 It? Viiuk Uur
Hr.perstitlona aa to Itattleanakea,
The American Indian bellevea the
rattlesnake to possess occult virtues,
and quite a number of whites Hem to
have Ix-en converted to the same opin
ion. The sale of rattlesnake oil for
rhuemalism and ueuralglu Iihs grown
steadily from the humblest beginning.
and Is to-day a small but profitable In
dustry. In some parts of Maine and
New ISrunswIck neckties mode or rattle
snake skins are employed as a specific
for bad coughs and colds, and the rattle
Is used by believers In voodoo of the
southland as a charm against bad luck.
Grt Combination otHtiength and Btauljr.
"Thi Ti That Bism " . . .
See Our Ancnor uamp
You would t iiirprUod It you io
how Utile It woul't rol )OH to na up
thatnld Inuf. Iieitrr rul lor Mima
Anclior ( lamfi an. I l .rilu. and a
(Kir of our tlnrhr, ami m jrour o:d
ttlr Ifine look lili a iivw one.
ANCHOR KKWE 1.x. In to nU and
li xi atronx that tanner aoinettmrt
think that It limit l high rlr4. It
CLaxr Bsroai fsiso. came, anccp nnu nog iigiu. it ?TBTts sun alter cioains
FARM, RAILROAD AND LAWN FENCE.
The Portland Anchor Fence Co.
74a Nlcolal St., PORTLAND, Oregon.
Wrlt for I'rIrM and ata'oiie,
Anli Wautvd In
MORSE & CO.
K II. P.
Pumps Water, Saws Wood,
Grinds Feed, and costs two
cents an hour to run.
(et fnll particulars from 310 Market
Street, Kan Francisco, Oal.; FirBt and
Mark Bis., Portland, Or.; I Angeles,
Ciold and Coal in Hpluberjcen.
News has reached Antwerp of the
success of a Norwegian expedition to
Hpltzbergeii. At this northerly point
very rich gold mines have been discov
ered, and the explorers have brought
back fossils of ferns, tropical plants,
and fruits. It Is reported that the coal
deposit Is very rich.
Oil In Fishing lioat.
The fishermen of Iceland now regular
ly carry oil In their boats to amooth the
waves, which enables them to continue
at work in weather thnt before they
would not have dared to face.
Take an honest Invoice of yourself
at least once a year; no man ever helped
himself by over-estimating his ability.
Some one should compose a song en-
titled. "You Promised Me," to be sung
JOHN POOLE, Portland, Oregon,
Fool of MorrlHiin Hired,
Can give you the tiest bargains in
Buggies, Plows, Boilers and Kngincs,
Windmills and Pumps and General
Machinery. Bee ua before buying.
HOME CROWN CRASS SEEDS,
A inlxtnraot di t'p rout 1 rm urns hlm.-iIk thnt wg
will Kiinrantee to xrnw on clrv Kroimd that will
not produce curtain or any oilier kind of gnu
Will make :rot ol liny, nd (mntnre all kchhihh
of the year. You never Invented a dollar In
your life that will Rive you kiicIi result.: price
fin.iiO per lou or 20 cent per ixmnd. send m an
order lor .U0 pound; we will neiid Inntructlnni
lor eowiiiK. Addrena M. J, Nil I KMIH A CO.
Grower and Importer of all kind of Uraia
and Field Heed. MOSCOW. IDAHO.
Northwest POULTRY News
If you keep poultry .end luc, fur 8 mo.,
trial to the Or. Kn-lr Monthly,
Ht. II, I'ortU 1."r. Tell where
to get b(it poult ry In N, W. Haiuple free.
Ferry Rood, are
known the country oer m
Ilia mail rcdlubln fceede that
can be bought. Don't lava a
nlckul on clicupuwdH mid Iom a
dollar on the Imrvent.
11) I Hoed Annual free.
D. M. FERRY a CO.,
Buy from the inaiiufacturor,. Prlco In lull rolls
2 feet wide, l'O font long f l.M
I ,i f i iM 2,47
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All Klndi of Wire and Iron Work.
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140 Front tit., I'ortlaiKl, Oregon.