Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19??, January 21, 1910, Image 3

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WE WILL PAY
A s follows.
W e never charge
commission nor drayage.
We
want your good fa t hogs, veal
and chickens.
Dressed Veal up to 130 lbs
L a rge Veal Less.
Dressed pork, any s iz e . .. .
L iv e H en s....... .................
Dressed H ens.....................
L iv e Ducks.........................
Dressed G eese...................
Dressed Turkeys................
Measure Changing SlzeXBoxes
Stands Little Chance.
12$c
He
WESTERN MEN ARE WATCHING IT
18c
20c
18c
16c
25c
Address,
FRANK L. SMITH MEAT CO.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE D AY
Take L A X A T I V E BROMO Quinine ta b le ts .
D ru ssists refund money i f it faiis to cure. E. W
G R O V E 'S signatu re ia on each box.
¿5c.
PORTLAND, OREGON.
P o s s ib le
P h y s ic ia n .
In
KILL APPLE BOX BILL
An extract from the London Chron
lcle proves that the English can take
a Joke In a sportsmanlike way.
The Am erican opinion of coffee as
understood in the English home is not
high, and how the coffee of the Eng­
lish lodgings is esteemed may be un­
derstood from the follow ing traveler's
tale:
1: was his first m orning in London
"apartments.'' f£ d his landlady came
up with the breakfast, and as she set
down his coffee cup she opened a slight
conversation.
" I t looks like rain," she said.
" I t does," agreed the American, "ana Sh o u ld It A p p e a r B efore C o n g re ss
A gain, It W ill Be Riddled With
It doesn't even smell unlike It.”
l 's c
T or
lllo s .
"N o, sir," said the recruiting officer;
“I'm sorry to say your boy won't do
at all for the navy."
"W h y not?" asked the lad's father.
"H e's cross eyed.”
"Yes, I know that, but his eyes are
crossed at such a peculiar angle that
I thought you might be able to use him
aa a range Under."— Chicago Tribune.
Jnpnn.
Medical students in Japan must have
had eleven or twelve years of pre­
lim inary training in the lower schools.
N o one may practice medicine who has
been convicted of a crime. A ll physi­
cians for the first ten years during
which they follow their calling must
A S p u rt in g C h u n ce.
keep full written records of all their
“ I ’ll teach you to play at pitch and
cases, and they must not issue boast­
toss!” shouted the enraged
father,
ful advertisements or claim the exclu­
“ I ’ll flog you for an hour, I w ill!"
sive right to any healing Invention
"F ath er," instantly said the incor­
w ith a secret formula.
rigible, as he balanced a penny on his
thumb and finger, “ I'll toss you to
O v e rc o n fid e n c e .
“ W hat Is the title of this picture?” make it two hours or nothing."—
Cassell's Journal.
Inquired the connoisseur
“ The Night Express Leavin g
on
Pettit’s Eye Salve.
T im e ,'" said the proud owner o f the
painting.
N o m atter how badly the eyes may
"M ay I ask what It cost you?"
be diseased or injured, restores normal
" I paid *150 for i t "
conditions. A ll druggists or Howarc
"W ell, you got le f t "
Bros., Buffalo, N . Y .
In
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Fair Maiden— Can't I soil you a cou
pie of tickets to our charity concert!
Only *2 for the two.
Irritable Capitalist— I don't care foi
charity concerts, young lady, but li
you’ll bring me a couple of boxes ol
fine charity strawberries I ’ll give you
*5 apiece for them.
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T o OeW Ys b e x ve jva \a \
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nANUTACTUPCD EV THE
Thought
CALIFORNIA
F ig S yr up Co.
SOLD BY LEADING DRUGGISTS 50V\BOTTLE
No
Q u arrel
ou
That
C a r o lin a .
N o A c c o u n tin g fo r T u n ic .
\\ab\\wa\ c o n s U p a te o w
°
M o n th
Colonel Peterby met his colored gar­
dener, Jim Webster, a short tim e ago
Jim had been recently married. “ How
do you like matrimony, Jim?” asked
Colonel Peterby.
Jim shook his head dubiously.
“ W hat’s the matter?”
“ Y er see, boss, beforo we were mar­
ried, when I knocked at de dore she
used ter say, 'Am dat you, honey­
suckle?"
"N o w when I come home she bawls
out, ‘Clean off dem boots before you
comes In dat dore, you black moke!
— Baltim ore News.
He
lln d .
W att Smatter— Bought your Christ­
mas presents yet?
O. Heezall W right— Mine? I think 1
have, at last— by proxy. My w ife told
me this morning she wanted Just on«
more dollar to buy one or two little
articles she had overlooked.
S c o re .
“ Norah, there are too many young
men coming here to see you.”
“ Y e ’ re right, ma'am. I ’ve made up
me mind to shake all o f 'em exceptin'
Mike. He wants me to marry 'lm, an'
l think I will. Afther next week, ma’am,
e'll be needin’ another e-tirr-i "
W h ere
P «p r*
W on
Fam e,
"W h o waa the fellow Pepys, and
what is his claim to fam e?"
"H is claim to fame is well founded,
my friend. H e’s the man who kept a
diary for more than a year.”— Kansas
City Journal.
The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signa­
ture of Clias. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his
personal supervision for over 3 0 years. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
“ «Just-as-good” are but Experiments, and endanger the
health o f Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is C A S TO R IA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare­
goric, Drops and ¡Soothing Syrups. I t is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Xarcotio
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhu-a and W in d
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
The Kind You Haie Always Bought
B e a r s t h e S ig n a tu r e o f
In Use For Over 3 0 Y e a r s .
THE CENTAUR LdMFkNT. TT MURRAY STREET, NEW YORK CITY.
MARLENE
A flavoring used the same as lemon or vanilla.
B r dissolving granulated sugar in water and
adding Maple in« , a delicious syrup is made and
a syrup better than maple. Mapleine is sold by
grocers. If not send 35c for 2 oz. bottle and
recipe book. Crescent M f|. Co., Seattle, W a
F op
Highest Quality
use
BAKING
POWDER
23
kOUNCES/
O u n ces fo r 2 3
C en ta
M ade from pure, carefully tested
materials. Get a can on trial
Y o u never s a w such cakes
a n d biscuit
T h ey 'll o p e n
you r eyes.
'O w n rastend
■ ■ d a r a ll
b w F®o d L a v «
A d ve rse F acts.
Washington, Jan. 18.— The Lafpau
apple-packing kill, intended to drive
Oregon and other western apples out
o f eastern markets, lies dormant in the
bouse committee on agriculture, tud
thus far there has beeu no indication
that it is to be pressed fo r considera
tion. The bill is not a new one. In
one form or another it has been intro
duced in several successive congresses,
but never yet has it received consid
eratiun at the hands o f any committee
to which it has been referred. I f Mr.
Lafean has any intention o f urging
its consideration this session, he has
given no intimation o f his purpose to
the chairman o f the committee on ag
riculture, and without request from
him the committee w ill take no notice
o f his bill.
The Lafean b ill in its present shape
seemingly stands no chance o f passage.
The radical and revolutionary charac
tei o f its requirements and the mani­
fest object sought to be attained are
sufficient to guarantee a fight against
it in committee, and it is doubtful i f
the b ill could be reported to the house,
but, should a report be made, it would
only be after the bill bad been mate
rially amended, so as to remove the
more objectionable features. But more
than this, it is seriously questioned
whether congress w ill feel disposed to
enter upon the regulation o f the size
and contents o f packages
in which
foodstuffs are
shippod in interstate
commerce. Such legislation
was not
attempted under the pure food law,
and it is not believed to be the pur
pose o f congress at this late day to
sot a precedent such as would bo es
tublisked by the passage o f the Lafean
bill.
Representative Lafean introduced his
bill in the last congress, it was re
ferred to the committee on interstate
and foreign commerce and there died
without ever being considered. In the
special session last spring he reintro
duced it, and again on Junuary 5 in­
troduced it with some changes.
The
latest bill; so fa r as the western apple
country is concerned, iB quite as ob­
noxious as any o f its predecessors, for
it provides that boxes in which apples
are packed fo r shipment out o f the
state in which they are grown must
have a capacity o f not less than 2342
cubic inches, the figures named in pre­
vious bills. But in addition to defin­
ing the capacity o f apples boxes, the
new bill fixes the standard capacity o f
apple baskets and barrels, the former
to be o f the same capacity as boxes,
2342 inches, and the barrels to be o f
the follow ing dimensions: “ Length o f
stave, 2 8 ^ inches; diameter o f head,
17V6 inches; distance between heads,
2(i inches; circumferenco o f bulge, 64
inches. ’ ’
The obnoxious feature o f the bill, so
fa r as the western apple growers are
concerned, is that fixing the standard
fo r boxes. Mr. Lafean, fo r some roa
son, has arbitrarily chosen a box con­
taining 2342 cubic inches; the Winches
ter bushel, the recognized standard in
the United
States, contains 2150.4
cubic inches.
Therefore
the Lafean
box calls for 192 cubic inches in ex­
cess o f a bushel. W hy such a figure
should have been adopted is a mystery
to the members o f the committee. Mr.
Lafean has never offered any explana
tlon, yet he apparently is the only man
in congress interested in this bill.
Chairman Scott o f the committee has
assured Mr. H aw ley he w ill do noth­
ing with the bill unless urged to do bo
by Its author, and, i f request is pre
ferred, Mr. H aw ley w ill be notified in
time to enable representatives o f the
western apple growers to come to
Washington and present their protests
to the committee. But until Mr. La-
fean demands such action, it seems un­
necessary for such representatives to
make the trip to Washington or to de­
mand
hearing.
S H A S T A T IM B E R IS SOLD.
Forest Service Bureau Approve Sale o f
14,000,000 Feet.
Dunsmuir, Cal., Jan. 18.— The bureau
o f forest service o f the department o f
agriculture has approved the sale o f
14,000,000 feet o f standing timber in
the Shasta national forest reserve.
The sale was made fo r $31,000 to
the Castle Lake Lumber company o f
Castella, and consists o f a quantity o f
yellow pine at $3 per thousand feet,
sugar pine at $4 per thousand feet, and
Douglas fir at $1.50 per thousand feet.
The object o f the sale is to remove
the dead, dying and matured timber
in the reserve, leaving sufficient stand­
ing timber to reproduce a supply o f
Ihe particular kind most desired.
Tourist Bates to Stand.
Chicago, Jan. 18.— A special commit­
tee appointed fo r the purpose o f con­
sidering reduced rates for 1910 held a
meeting today and decided to report in
favor o f retaining the same rates for
homeseekers and tourists as prevailed
during 1909. It was unable to arrive
at an agreement regarding
reduced
rates fo r other purposes. The Trans­
continental Passenger association meets
January 28 and will then consider the
question o f reduced rates. The com-
Ittee will attend that meeting, and,
follow ing it, w ill formulate a report to
be made to western lines.
V E N T U R A S CREW S A V E D
, F r O iT I 1 3 2
tO 1 8 0
Ib S .
Steamer Fairhaven Rescues A ll on Board W on d erfu lly Built Up * t Sm all Cost.
in N ick o f Time.
| The number o cases t»f g ueral debility
One
Last
C hance.
She was shopping. She drifted Into
the place where they sell dankets.
R oll after
roll
was deposited and
spread outt before her. Sill, she list­
lessly asked for more. Finally, with
brazen face, she
remarked, as she
rose:
“ Oh, w ell; I don’t really mean to
buy any. I was only looking for a
friend.”
"P ra y wait a moment, ma'am,” said
the attendant, suavely, "th ere’s Is one
more blanket on the shelf. Perhaps
your friend Is fb tb it ." — Tit-Bits.
San Francisco, Jan. 18.— Captain Paul !" wh*ch
Pro,red
lust til»1
i i m iliHt
w i8 nth
<!(>(< is v«
v
)nst
the niFit
medicine
that was
ne ded
ve y
Kappemuudt, his w ife and 3 months- great. Mr. E. IS. Fry, Ivanhoe, Va., de-
old child, his lb-year-old son, Paul* scribes his cast and tells what this medi-
Rappemuudt, Jr., and the entire crew cine did for him, in the f >11 »wing testimo-
o f seven o f the wrecked schooner San niaI: “ 1 v as
run down and weighed
Bueua Ventura, have been saved from only lM p,mnd- i took HomPs 8arsa, a-
,,
nlla, and before the first bottle w as hni'hed
the sea. They arr.ved in ban Frandsco
improve, Bm, wlien , had tliken
harbor tonight on the steamer Fair- six bottles was wonderfully built up and
haveu, and the first news o f them re-! weighed 180 pounds.”
calved since their vessel drifted as h o re , Gel Hood’s 8ar-uparil!a today. In usual
,, ..
. ..
..
, _
liquid form or tablets call« Sarsatal s.
rn d a y at the mouth o f Rogue river
Mothers win find Mrs. W in slo w 's Soothing
eauie from the Fairh aven’s signal flags
Byrup the best remedy to use for their ch U drsa
T a r t tHe!
du
rin g the teething period.
as the steamer steered in through the
Rivers (w ho Is writing an article on
Golden Gate.
Im ports)— Say. Brook», what's the rate
S eem , P ro b a b le .
The party was taken from the sink­ on automobiles?
"T h ey ’ve found a new cure for con­
Brooks— In the suburb where I live
ing, water-logged lumber schooner after
sumption."
three days of hardship and suffering. It's not less than forty miles an hour.
"W hat la it?"
"Crotalin.”
They bad about despaired o f their
PIICS CURED IN 6 I O 14 D AVS
"W h at is crotalin?"
chances o f escaping death in the ocean, P AZO OINI M INT is guaranteed to cure any case
"Rattlesnake poison.”
I o f Itching. Blind, Bleeding or Protru din g Pi loo in
when the Fairhaven hove in sight just 6 to 14 days or money refunded.
60c.
"W ell. It's true that a man who has
before dusk Friday afternoon, and the
been bitten by a rattlesnake is not
F u r llu n h ln tf P u r p o s e * .
rescue was accomplished despite the
likely to die of consumption."
"Money talks,” said the alderman
heavy sea that was running.
from the ’Steenth ward, winking slow­
First M ate Erickson, o f the 8an ly with his left eye.
The next tim e you have a cold on the
Buena Ventura, was seriously injured
"W ell, if this does any talking," lungs try rubbing W izard O il on your
on Wednesday afternoon, when the whispered the promoter, handing it chest and see how quickly it w ill draw
cargo o f lumber shifted. Three o f his •ver, "it will be the last you’ll ever
out the inflammation and break up the
ribs were fractured, and it is probable get,**
___________________
cold.
that he is internally injured. J. Cos-
W ho f
siovey, one o f the seamen, sustained an
injury o f the right hand. These were For who, to dumb forgetfulness a prey.
the only casualties.
That letter in his pocket e’er resign­
ed,
When the Fairhaven sighted the dis­
abled schooner Captain Paulson sent Without receiving, on some later day,
A good-sized portion of somebody’s
Second M ate Johann Silversten and
mind?
four men to the rescue in a lifeboat.
A fte r an exciting battle with the heavy
A C o o ln e a s B e t w e e n T h e m N o w .
seas the small boat reached the side of
the doomed vessel.
"D o you mean to tell me, colonel,
Mrs. Rappemuudt and her son were you are 63? Why, I shouldn’t have
taken into the lifeboat. Then Mate taken you to be over 40."
Erickson was lifte d over the side. One
"I fear, madam, you are not a good
by one the members o f tho crew, nearly Judge of ages.”
exhausted after their many hours at
"O, yes, I am, colonel; but I thought
the pumps, deserted the wrecked craft; I’d lie Just a little, to please you."
but Captain Rappemundt refused to
D R . M A R T E L ’S F E M A L E P IL L S .
leave tho ship.
“ S h e’ll stay afloat for a week yet,
S e v e n t e e n Y e a r s th e Standard.
and I ’ll stay with her,” he shouted to
Prescribed and recommended fo r w om en’* ali­
his men. They pleaded with him in ments—a scientifically prepared rem**dy o f proven
vain, and it was not until Mrs. Kappo- worth. The result from their use ia quick and
muudt threatened to leap into the* sea i perman*nt- For mie at all drugstores,
with her three-mouths old baby in her
Mo, lk . O nlv On«.
arms that the ship’s master finally
The Court—Ephraim, this
is the
yielded.
fourth or fifth time you have been up
before me for petty larceny. You are
C H IN A L IV E S U P TO T R E A T Y .
an old offender.
Uncle Ephr’m— Yes, suh; It’s about
Throws Open Tw o Cities, Regardless of as tough a job to refawm me as It Is
de Standahd Oil comp’ny.— Chicago
Japan’ s Protests.
Tribune.
Pekin, Jan. 18.— China has opened
S p ite fu l.
Hun Chun and Lungchin-sun, in Chien-
Patience— You ought to Just see her
tao, Manchuria, to international trade,
The
M m i
In th e O v e n .
"H ow cume such a greasy me9s In
the oven?" said a fidgety old spinster
to her maid of all work.
"W h y,” replied the girl, "th e candles
fell Into the water and I put tnem Into
the oven to d ry."— London Tatter.
A
V .e e .o n
fu r
th e
Stop it! And w hy not? F ill­
ing hair is a disease, a regular
disease; and A y e r’s H air Vigor,
as made from our new im­
proved formula, quickly and
completely destroys that dis­
ease
The hair stops falling
out, grows more rapidly, and
all dandruff disappears.
Does not change the color o f the hair.
A yers
form ula with aaoh botila
■how it to j oma
9
dootor
Ask him «b o a t It,
thon do as ha aaya
The little book in each package givea
the formula of our new Hair Vigor, tella
why each ingredient is used, and ex­
plains many other interesting things.
After reading you will know why thia new
hair preparation does its work ao well.
—— Mod# by the J. C. Ay or Co., Lo w o ll, Mooo.— ■
T reea
U ro a tfh t
Ila la .
In low er Egypt rain fell very m L
dom. During the French occupation,
about 1789, It did not rain for sixteaa
months, but since Mahomet A ll an4
Ibrahim Pasha completed their vaat
plantations— the former alone planted
more than 20,000,000 olive, fir, cotton,
acacia, plane trees, etc.— there l o t
falls a good deal of ralu.
O ld .
“ I hear, my boy. that you have late­
ly told your mother several falsehoods.
This grieves me to the heart. Always
tell the truth, even though It may
bring suffering upon you. W ill you
promise me?”
“ Yes, father."
“ Very well. Now go and see who
Is knocking at the door. I f it's the
collector, sny I'm not at home.” — De­
troit News Tribune.
N o t H a m l i n s O u t S t a t is t ic s .
The Missus— Noruh, how many fam ­
ilies have you ever worked for?
The Maid— Wurruked. is It. ma’am?
I'll have you know. Mrs. Pa-arker, I ’ve
wurruked f’ r ivery fam'ly I lver lived
w ith !” — Chicago Tribune.
SEEDS
When the
Hair Falls
F ie n d is h ly
c lo u t in g .
“ You’ve made money by carrying a
peddler's pack and selling notions fro n t
house to house?"
"I have."
"W hat's the secret?”
"It all depends on the way you use
your voice. Always put on the s o ft
peddle."
A
U tah
C o u ra e.
He— Do you believe in the higher
education for girls,
She— Oh, my, yes; I'm taking l a »
sons in aviation already.— Boston Hsr>
eld.
Juat
I lc fo r e
He
S w ears
O f,
Man ./ants a great deal here b »lo w .
(T h e poet hath It wrong.)
He want» a lot— the man you know-
And want» It good and strong.
Catalogue for
the Asking
Send for It.
notwithstanding the fact that an agree- ^ **er n^w *ia t- ^ improves her looks
men has not been reached with Japan Immensely.
J.
J.
B U T Z E R
Patrice— Oh, Is it one of those things
regarding the matter o f tariffs to bo
¡that entirely hide the face?— Yonkers
188 Street front
Portland, Oregon
collected on tho Corean Manchurian
Statesman.
border.
\% i t e r « i s w o r k e d .
S o m e E x c e lle n t R o o m s
The question o f tariffs w ill come up
"W hile we were on my honeymoon
StlU o n S ale lor
for settlement soon.
I always spoke French to my husband LLARK’S CRUISE O r TH E "C LEV ELA N D ”
so that no one should understand us.”
18,000 T on s, Brand N e w
B y the terms o f an agreement be­
“ So you went to France, did you?” 9 ■
and S u p erb ly F itted
I R
tween China and Japan, signed Septem­ — Fliegende Blaetter.
ber 4, 1909, among other things tho
Tunien river was designated tho boun­
You Can G et A lie n ', f o o t -r .s e f R U .
dary
— j line
---- between
— -.. — . China
—
c and
,u Corea,
v
Write Aliens. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.,fora
and soveral towns in Chientao, which Iree sample ot Allen's Foot-Ease. It cures
fR O M SAN FRANCISCO FC B . 5, 1910
____ _ ffiven . to Chinn
i .
iw natiiu r hot
hni swollen,
awollnu aching
n.-liimr foot.
fnnt
tnulinu
were
worn tn h«' "
sweating,
It It make«
E S T E A M E R for tho E n tir« Cruise
,
®l
. ‘ ° unma, were to be opened new or Tight ihoes easy. A certain cure for o O f N nearly
four months, costing only $660 mntJ up.
to the residence and trade o f foreign- cornu, ingrowing nails and bunions, A11 d ru g
ncludinir all necessary expenses.
su
b
stitu
t«
ers. Among these towns are Hun Chun
2 &c. Don’t accept any
ROUTE: Japan, China, Philippines, Borneo.
and Lungchin sun.
Idvu, Burma, India. C evlon, f nypt, Italy, etc.
P h ilo s o p h ic .
An unusual chance to visit unusually attractive
Various dissensions in carrying out
places.
The
Grumbler—Seems
to
m
e
l
t
’B
the terms o f the agreement have arisen,,
such as the immigration o f Coreans into About tim e something was coming my
February 6, 1910, by S. S, “ Grosser K u rfu erst,”
Chientao. B y tho terms o f the agree-, way.
73 diiys, includinir 24 days Eirypt and Paletttine,
ment, China was to have suzerainty
The Philosopher— Be thankful, my (4
0 0 up, inclu lit»« hotels, Hhore excursions, etc
, COFFEEc
TEA SPICES
BAKING POWDER
» EXTRACTS
JUST RIGHT
-eSKSEDBEQEB^
CLOSSET A DEVERS
PORTLAND. ORE.
ROUND THE WORLD
i ) O T ORIENT CRUISE
r T H E OLD R E L I A B L E 91
Lz
^CAPSULES
G onorrhoémeet
5Dc
AT DRUGGISTS.OR TRIAL BOX B Y MAIL
FROM P L A N T E N .9 3 HENRYST.BROOKLYNJOf
. — B E W A R E O F I M IT A T IO N B .—
Times B id ».
New York
thTere’
there frlend. lest the something which t R ANK C. CLARK
ir e about 70,000. Japan fe lt her con-La
.a,
i
trol o f Corea was in a measure threat-' d0e,n ‘ C0m8 y0Ur Wtty 18 >om ,thln*
ened bv this. Another hitch was caused you deserve — Cleveland Plain Dealer,
I
by the question o f tariffs. So the open-j
MODERN
EXPERT
ing o f tho designated towns, promised!
by January 1, was delayed. Both na-|
At Prices that Defy Competition
tions recognize, however, that sooner,
ICCTM WITHOUT PLATES a s p e c i a l t y
or later in the course o f progress theso
towns must be opened, and China’s!
o r over nine
present declaration is not thought to! "F
“ For
o in . years
y r.ra I suffered
.u ffrrrd with chronic
constipation and
had to take
portend any serious clash with Japan. ! eon.tip.tion
«n d during this
th i. time I had
lake
The importance” o f 'T h é " opening " o f
° f " * rm * » < « ° ,,c» every » « h o u r .
IT .,« m .
4 .
*
*
. ®
before I could have an action on my bowels
’
him
O # foreign commerce is ftp- H appily I tried Caacarets, and today I am a well
parent when it is understood that the man. During the nine years before I used
I
town is nine miles northeast o f the Caacareta I suffered untold misery with internal
i
y
1
v ¿y
Corean boundary, 3,5 miles above tho
to y o u ^ 1 am free from ail that
this morning. You can use thia in beh alf of
mouth o f the Tumen river, and less than suffering
*V1-
*
~
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\ IN LESS E X T R A C T IO N ....................
Is
not
a
“
food”
—it
is
<
medicine,
snd
tl
humanity.
B. F. Fisher, Roanoke, IIL
LV E R F IL L IN G S ............................ 5 0 c UR
100 miles from Vladivostok.
only medicine in the world for cows on >
>LD F I L L I N G S ............................... $ 1.00 U f
C U T TH IS OUT, mail it with your ad­
Mail for the cow and, as its name indicate’
K G O LD C R O W N ................................ 56-00
dress to tho Sterling Remedy Company,
a Cow ( ’ure.
Bareness, retained aftei
>OD R U B B E R P L A T E .......................... $ 8 A d
Chicago. III., and rec ive a handsome sou­
S T O V A IN E B R IN G S D E A T H .
birth, aliortion, hc >urs, caked udder, and a I
HE BEST R U B B E R P L A T E S .............M - 0 0
venir Gold Bon Bon FREE.
H A L E B O N E P L A T E S ....................... i 10.00
similar affections positive y and quickI.*
»ut-of-town palientM can obtain parfoct waste
Doctor Says N ow Anesthetic K ill* Chi­
cured. No one who keeps cows, wlieth-
id save money by calling at our offlca.
many or few, can afford to he without KOVN
cago Patient.
i STUDENTS
NO G A S
N 'l C O C A l N B
K U ftfC. It is made especially to keen cow
All work gu*runte»'d for ten rears
h fa !th y
Our book "C o w Money” nent F R E T
Ohicngo, Jan.
18. — Stovaine,
ac­
A sk your local d ea 'er fo r K O W -K U R E or set
CHICAGO PAINLESS DENTISTS
cording to a coroner’ s physician, Dr.
to the m anufacturers.
3231* Washington St.. Cor. Sixth
DAIRY ASSOCIATION CO.
LysdoovUI«. V
Warren M. Hunter, caused tho death o f
• abliahed 15 year.«.
Here to stop
Tohn Rohrty at the county hospital last
Thursday.
Rohrty was operated on for a frac-
tured knee cap, and died an hour after
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he was taken off the operating table.
Out o f town pec
can have their pi
Dr. Hunter has made a post-mortem
and hridjiework i
examination o f the body, and an in­
» b e d in one »
*f necaspary.
quest probably will be held tomorrow.
We will give you e t
“ Death was caused by stovaine and
22k gold or eerct
external violence,” said Dr. Hunter.
crown for
# 3 .*
The fractured knee cap forms all the
Molar Crowne 5 .1
external violence marks that the body
22V Bridge Teeth 3 .1
showed, and that in itself would not
Gold Filling«
1.C
cause death, o f course.”
Enamel Fillings 1.C
8ilver Filling*
.5
Dr. Hunter referred to the new an­
Inlay Filling«
2 .5
aesthetic recently demonstrated in Chi­
Good Rubber
- „
cago by Dr. Thomas Jonnesco, as “ a
Plate«
5 .G
medical gold b rick .”
Beit Red *Nh- _ _
DENTISTRY
Constipation
KOW -KURB
"ainiess Dentistr
Havem eyer Chief Caught.
N ew
York, Jan. 17.— Charles R.
Heike, secretary o f the American Sugar
Refining company, with five other em­ m w s t f t u v u K tor (§ u t « s t « » (§ m
ployes o f the company indicted by the
Gives immediate relief. T h e fir? Î [
federal grand jury fo r conspiracy to
dose relieves your aching throat and
lefrand the United States by entering
allays the irritation. Guaranteed to |
false weights o f sugar, will be arraigned
contain no opiates. V e r y palatable.
on Monday. The case o f Heike, who
All D n iggiiti, 25c,
was in the confidence o f the late H. O.
Havetneyer, the muster mind o f the so-i
lied sugar trust, will be moved w ith 1
all possible expedition, and the federal
prosecutors think the trail they are on
may lead even to others higher up.
|
CUBE
TOWER'S
FISH BRAND
WATERPROOF
ns m L M H Peemrnr am
ber Plate.
1 .0 '
tt met inmtHU ■ reeneee
Peinleu E*tr tlon , 5 i
W O R K Q U A R A N T E K D F O R IB V I A R i
t'ainleee Extraction hr**» wk$n pi etc« o r bridaa wor
e ordered. ConeuiUtion Froo. Yna cannot get bati
.«tnlcee work done any whore. A ll w ork fu lly cum
in teed. Modern electric equipment. Beet method»
Wise Dental Co.
Kin.i*a VUII.MBU _ _ _ '¡‘ cJ>" ^ * L Ti ll n n lu
r m . i > * a A-.ii.s-it* P O R T L A N D , O R E G O N
I l l l i c l a o u u : » A. M. U l t . g . Su4a/>, I W L
C. Gee Wo
Thi Chines« Doctor
Thia wondaful man haa
mod« a Ufa study of tha
proportion o f Roots,
H erb* and Barks, and
i* giving tha world tha
benefit o f hia
A LEADER
WATER SYSTEM
IN YOUR HOME
Means an unfailing water eupply. It
means thst you will hsve the moet prooti­
es I Domett! ic water eu ply *y*tem now la
use
No elevated tank, no frosen pipea In
winter, no stagnant water in summer, ne
water eupply troubles of any sort. Tank
placed in Iwecment. out of sight snd way,
made of pressed steel, will not rust and
will last s lifetime.
You will be pleaded with the (.B A D E R
system of furnishing Domestic Water
Supt y. A k lor our cstalogrue snd free
booklet. TL w I Solved My Water 'apply
Problem "
JOt&eUn
O H IO FLOOD T H R E A T E N E D .
Man Dies by Blast Route.
Louisville. K y., Jan. 18.— Floating
property valued at nearly $2,000,000 is| New London, Conn., Jan. 18. — Plae
in jeopardy. People in the low-lying ing three sticks o f dynamite in the
N e Mercury, P ok e n e
suburb o f Shipping Port are beginning front o f his shirt, William A. Bennett
will give you full value
LEWIS & STAVER CO.
Drugs Used. No
to abandon their homes, and damage to! lighted the fuse a..d was blown to
for every dollar spent
death
today.
Bennett,
on
returning
Operations or Catting
business bouses adjacent to Lou isville’s i
and Keep you d ry in
Portland, Ore.
Guarantee« to cura Catarrh. Asthma. Lan r.
wharf territory is threatened by the' from work Friday, handed his w ife a
the wettest weather.
Stomach and Kidney troubles, $md all Private
swelling waters o f the Ohio tonight. bouquet o f fiowera, with the rem.-uk:
Spokane,
Wash.
Diseases o f M n and Women.
Kivermen say that the ice gorge has “ You will know what to do with them
A IU R Í CANCER CURE
Boise,
Idaho.
between
now
and
M
onday.”
Then
he
held on until the ice is grown rotten
Jast received from Pekin, Ch in a-safat sura
aa d reliable. U..failin g in its works.
sll the w sy through, snd that there is demanded money. On being refused
he
drew
a
revolver
and
fired
at
her,
I f you cannot call, w rits for symptom blank
great danger that it w ill go out with a
•3 0 2
and circular. Inclose 4 cents in stamp«.
the bullet striking a corset steel, glane
rush.
N o . * —’ ! •
p n u
CONSULTATION FREE
sate rvrtvm n e
ing off. He was arrested
ovAtoa ra u
_______
More Tins o f Opium Found.
A J .T o w e r C o . b o s t o m . <. s . a ? C 7
Cable Breaks; N o New s.
HVCTf w r i t i n g t o a d ▼ a r t ig a r »
San
Francisco, Jsn.
18.— Fnrther
1 W H first St., car. Morriaon. Part I sad. O r.
T o w e r C a n a d i a n C o . u ee m o tosowtoi C am
m e n tio n t h i s p a p a r .
North Sydney, N. B., Jan. 18.— As
search o f the steamship 8iberia by the
rustoms officials today revealed 70 ad­ n result or the breaking o f the eable
ditional tins
of
opium secreted in that connect* the Magdalen islands
various parts o f the veascl. Ineluding with the nainlnnd at Bay 8t. "La wrenee,
to d a y ’s find, nearly $8000 worth o f the ¡«lands are completely ent off from
opinm has been found oa the Siberia all communication, either by eable or
since she came into this port several otherwiae, until the opening o f naviga Colar moro good* brighter and faatar colora than any othar dya. On# 10c package colo
co lon allk, w o o l and cotton equally w a *
and la guarantoad to giva perfect reaulta. Aak dealer, or w a w ill aand poatpaid at 10c a package. W rite for fiea b o o k M
days ago.
tion in the spring.
• o w to dya, bleach and m l* colora,
M ONROE DRV
D R U G C O M ÍA
A N Y , Quincy,
v O IL E D
CLOTHING
.
’2 5
MfiK
S U IT S *322
S L IC K E R S *322
POM M EL SL
The C. Gee Wo Medicine Co.
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PUTNAM
FADELESS
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