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Can always be made with Dr. Price's Cream Baking
Powder. And while cakes and biscuit will retain their moist
tire, they will be found llaky and extremely light and fine
grained, not coarse and full of holes as are the biscuit made
from ammonia baking powder. Price's Cream Baking Pow
der produces work that is beyond comparison and yet costs
no more than the adulterated ammonia or alum powders.
V Prion's s!3iU i'nr jmre food and rrood health
DYSPEPSIA AM) CONSTIPATION.
Henry B. Archer, Receiver of Taxes of
the city of Yonkers, X. Y., says of Bms-
" For the past ten years I have lieen using
Bbasdskth's 1'tLi.g for self and family. We
tind them a sovereign remedy for indiges
tion and constipation, taking one or two
every night for ten days, l'hey are also
admirable blood purifiers, perfectly harm
less but exceedingly ettective as a cathartic
I first used them myself, particularly for
biliousness and dyspepsia. They relieved
me in two weeks. I cheerfully recommend
Five things are essential to success in life.
One U a good wife; the other four are money.
I had been troubled five months
with Dyspepsia. The doctors told
me it was chronic. I had a fullness
ifter eating and a heavy load in the
pit of my stomach. I suffered fre
quently from a Water Brash of clear
matter. Sometimes a deathly Sick
ness at the Stomach would overtake
me. Then again I would have the
terrible pains of Wind Colic. At
such times I would try to belch and
could not. yt was working then for
Thomas McHenry, Druggist, Cor.
Irwin and Western Ave., Allegheny
City, Pa., in whose employ I had
-.been for seven years. Finally I used
August Flower, and after using just
oneb.ttle for two weeks, was en
tirely relieved of all the trouble. I
can now eat things I dared not touch
i before. I would like to refer you to
J Mn McHenry, for whom I worked,
I who knows all about my condition,
and from whom I bought the medi-
cine. I live with my wife and family
at 39 James St., Allegheny City.Pa.
Signed, John D. Cox. 0
G. G. GREEX Sole Manufacturer, .
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
f If Vou haw l
COLD or COUGH,!
J acute or leading to
OF PURE COO LIVER Oil.
j OF LIME AND SODA
( zs utmB oxmB fojr. it.
( This preparation contains the silmula
I ting prolicrtles of the Unpophntphitrs
) and i fill Koruvgian Vod Liter (HI. Used
J.bjphyslciau8 all the world over. It Is as
9 palatable an milk. Three times as efflea-
doua as plain Cod Liver Oil. A perfect
I Emulsion, better than another made. For
) all tortus ot Hunting Disease, Bronchitis,
Scrofula, nd as a Flesh Producer
there U nothing like SCOTT'S EMULSION.
It Is gold br all Druggists. Let no one by
profuse explanation or Impudent entreaty
Induce you to accept a substitute.
'We have a big stock of Rubber Goods bought
olj a leading house retiring from business on
cfiild'i rubber shoes, 5 to 10 25c
JCscs' footholds, 10 to 2 1S
WlB6;s'0Tershoes 25c, 30e
Mlsses'Wtics and high cuts 11.00, $1.26
Ladles' overshoes, all styles 35c, 40c, 50c, 60C
Ladles' arctics and snow excluders. . . .1.00. $1.25
Ladles', high-cnt gsiters l.50, J1.73
Ladies' boots, special bargains $1.60, $1.76
Child's boots !!-2?'fl ?5
MiBses' boots . .$1.25, $1.60
Boys' boots &5S 1 &SS
Man's short boots, extra $2.50 to $3.50
Men's hip boots Ho0 to $6X0
Men's overshoes, eight styles. . . 45c, 50c, Mc,
Men's arctics and snow excluders $1.25, $1.50
Rubber Clothing of all kinds at a big discount
from regular prices. Ask for our full list of
Rubber Goods. Address
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Best in the WorMfl n E7 A 0 IT
Get tits Genuine! 1 r Hjl r
A No. I.
Cores, without lull, all
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km and no m
stiuidlug. Pi events strlo
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Iter of liw long
ire. 1t helne an In
en everything else
nas luiieo. Hold ny an
. Schoenhelt Medicine
1 14 Kan Jose, Cal,
If Age should sit hit fltir on her brow
And writ November i her May day faea;
Should rob lier form of all iu lovely graoa,
Ami turn to silver locks so raven now;
Should dim her lustrous ere nd disallow
Her ears all hearing; should destroy, efface.
All things that in lier memory have plaea.
And so wiiu life alotitt her frame endow.
I still would love her. mill ber servant be,
And strive to merit by my constancy
The place shs give " l"'r heart today;
To there abide iti such a perfect way
A life of changeless lov,. w.vild leave to ids
A debt to her whieli 1 could never pay.
The Art of Lithography.
That oil repels water would not seem, to be
very promising fact for an inventor to be
gin with. Yet it enabled Senefelder to give
toe world lithography. He found that
writing executed in oily ink could Imi trans
ferred to stone mi that lie could print from
the impression. When ink from a roller was
applied to it the oily lines received the ink;
as all the ret of the stone was washed with
water, the ink Indeed nowhere else. Several
beautiful printing pnx-.vs based on pbotog
rahy depend on a principle as simple as
Seuefelder's namely that certain gelatine
compound are rendered insoluble by the
actiou of light. A picture taken on a coin
pound of this kind is carefully washed, leav
ing; in relief every line on which light lias
fallen; from this it is easy to take electro
types forusaon an ordinary printing press.
New York Sun.
An Awful Host.
It is not always judicious, as a Scottish
paper, to use Scotch idioms. A (Scottish gen
tleman was down in England visiting some
old frieud.s and while willi them was invited
to a ditiner jrty. The worthy Scot made
himself as agreeable as be uouUI, and after
dinner, over the wine and walnuts, grew
quite confidential with his ueihlxir. This
gentleman os suffering from a severe cold,
and Mr. Mcluttre ttlie .Scotchman), to show
his sympathy, said: ".Man, it's an awfu' host
(cough) you've got." The host overheard the
remark and naturally took it to himself, and
there was a decided coolness beeweeu the par
ties till the Scoichinnn's friend explained the
meaning of host. Chicago Herald.
"If you jab that umbrella m my eye again,
as you have done twice already," said the
man in the brown overcoat, fiercely, "you'll
get a broken head !"
"It was ns much your fault as mine," re
torted the man in tlie gray ulster. "If you
want to kick up any f us ubout it, just sail
inl I'm insured for illXJa week in the Scrap
pert' Self Protective Mutual association, and
I'm aching for a broken heud."
The man in the brown overcoat looked fix
edly at the other. Evidences of a severe
mental conflict were visible in liisface. At
last be spoke.
"You're safe," be said. 'Tin an agent for
tUat company." Chicago Tribune.
His Conscience Smote flim.
A sad eyed man walked into a store in Bo
loit the other day and, planking down a $10
note, tearfully said: "Just four years ago to
day I stole a ti pair of shoes from your store.
The matter has been preying on my mind,
but my pride prevented me from confessing.
I can stand it no longer. Take your pay out
of this $10 bill." The merchant, of course,
was delighted to meet such a penitent, con
trite soul and cave the man 16. and he de
parted with a light heart. The $10 bill was
a very finely executed counterfeit. The next
conscience stricken individual that presents
himself at that store will be thrown into the
river with neatness and dispatch. Janesville
Selenium is a comparatively rare mineral
with the exceedingly curious property that
the electric current which it conveys is most
sensitive to the play of light on the mineral
By employing selenium in his photophone
Professor Andrew Graham Bell achieved the
wonderful result, of sending an audible mes
sage with no other messenger than the solar
beam. New York Sun.
When Old Folk Went to Bed.
From thirty-five returns of cases of old
age, the average time of going to bed was 9
o'clock; but one retired at 12, and one at 11 ;
five at 7; seven are bedridden. The average
time of rising wasaboutSo'clock, but six ro e
at 6 o'clock, one at 5, nine at 10, one at U,
and one at 4 p. m. Professor Humphrey's
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10 cents per double roll, fiend 2-cent stamp for
samples. BCHOFIELD & MORGAN,
192 Third street, Portland, Or.
A Ferocious Animal Ibat M Only ta
the North W otiiU of Miclilgftu.
"MichiHau is criM the Wolverine state,
but I don't belie there are two dosen per
sons outside or that Mat that know what a
wolverine is," said a native of the Ureen bay
region. "For that mailer, ths people in
Michtga'u tt-olf who can tell you what a wol
verine is ar mighty scarce. Why Ibis ani
mal should lie pari icuUrly a resilient of the
Micliigau wilderness I do not know; but I
never heard of it ling seen or heard of else
where. The wolf is a co!;;..u animal all
over the west, or u' least it was before civil
ization limited its habitat, and the black
bearisalMi found everywhere in greater or
lews numbers. Then why should the wolver
ine only have nmde its appearance In Michi
gan, where it nas In the pioneer dnys as
plenty almost as the wolf, and even now is a
dreaded frequenter of ths woods of the
northern part of the state! Ths wolverine is
an animal that has some of characteristic of
the wolf, and partakes In other ways of the
nature of the lnsr. The old neltlers of Michi
gan always insisted that the animal was a
cross letween tho- two hnsists, and that it
the opinion of norih Michigan woodsmen to
day. When Michrpm nas admitted into the
Union the wolverine still common, in
fact infested all Ihe forest of the state, and
the state was named after him, owing to
some of the characteristic of the animal ad
mired by the hardy pioneers who hewed a
commonwealth out of the great wilderness
they found about their inland sea.
"It is a singular fact that no museum or
loologieal garden hns ever yet had a speci
men of this iiuiiiie memler of the animal
kingdom. 1 say it is singular, and I do not
know that it is either, for the rensoii that
they have never exhibited the wolverine is
the great dilticiilty, not to say impossibility,
of capturing it alive, or of keeping it alive
after it is captured. They are the most sav
age of beast. They have the ugly temper of
the wolf, which they resemble in appearance,
but In sie and savagen they resemble the
bear of the western fastmvi. Hut while
having the size and aavagenos of the liear,
they excel him in aggreasivenessand ferocity.
They do uot have his clumsiness. Their wolf
ish apearance makes the fart that they are
expert and agile tree cliiuliers seem odd. lu
lying in wait for their prey they also resem
ble the panther, for they will crouch closely
iu the branches or forks of a tree and drop
down upon their victim likeone of those great
member of the cat familv.
"They will attack a man in this way as
readily as they would a fawn, and iniiiiy an
uuwary hunter in the Michigan woods has
fallen a victim to some hungry and uudis
criminating wolverine. The claws of this
strauge animal are much longer aud sharper
than the bear's and their toeih bigger and
more pointed and curved. Their wariness is
said by hunters to exceed that of any animal
on the coutinent. and they are seldem bunted
for the sport of the thing, the danger being
too great. It is only when a wolverine has
made hi presence so destructive to the pas
tures aud sheepfolds of the backwoods far
mers that the entire loss of their stock is
feared that the farmers organize for a raid
on the wolverines, usually employing a num
ber of expert aud during woodsmen to direct
the hunt. I can't see for myself what the
pioneers ot Michigan saw in this animal to
perpetuate its memory by nicknaming their
state after it, but the name is there, and
Michigan will reniuiu the Wolverine state
long after the wolverine is extinct." New
Breathing and the Teeth.
It may become iiecesrfiry to add "Breathe
through the nose"' to the rules usually laid
down for the preservation of the teeth. A
British dentist, Dr. Scanes Spiccr, has been
struck with the frequency with which carious
teeth are associated with nasal obstruction,
and he believes that a relation exists between
them. Mouth breathing, which in such cases
is enforced, may act as a predisposing caue
of caries of the teeth in various ways. Ex
posure to the cold air tends to cause inflam
mation of the tooth pulp, produces congestion
of the mucous membrane and a secretion of
stringy acid mucus, and dries the mucus so
that it forms a fertile soil for the disease
germs. New York Telegram.
Napoleon's American Relations.
"Everything relating to the Bonaparte
family," said Librarian Spofford. "is eager
ly sought after by our readers, and a com
paratively recent work by Abbot v on Louis
Napoleon III is in great demand."
This is accounted for by the fact that for
many years descendants of the Bonaparte
have lived in this city and Baltimore, and
consequently people at the capital are more
interested in the family than if they were
foreigners in the true sense of the word. It
is only about a year ago that Col. Jerome
Bonaparte disposed of his personal property
in this city aud is now on the continent with
bis family. Washington Post.
An Unexpected Trip,
A frigate returning to England from a
cruise early in this century came off Ply
mouth, and the captain invited a few friends
to dine on board, promising them a sail, as it
was a fine day. They went, and enjoyed it
much, but as they were tackiug to return to
port a cutter came up with an order from
government for the captain to sail instantly
to the West Indies, with some sealed packets
for the admiral on that station. There was
nothing to be done, therefore, but to take bis
eompany with him, and give them such a
view of the West Indies as they neither ex
pected nor desired. Montreal Star.
A 79-Year-Old Fattier of a Prize Baby.
Mr. Patee is one of the best known men in
northwestern Missouri, where he bas lived
for about fifty years. He is about 79 year
of age, but does not betray his years. He Is
one of the strongest men in the state today,
and is vigorous and hale.
About six years ago he married for the
third time, and in less than a year thereafter
was again a father. This blessing of his
heart y and greeu old age took the first prize
at the Lewis county fair. Kansas City
A Cork on Trial for Life.
In the Fifteenth century it was popularly
believed that cocks were intimately associ
ated with witches, and they were sometimes
credited with the power of laying accursed
eggs, from which sprang winged serpents.
In 1474, at Bale, a cock was publicly accused
of having laid one of these dreadful eggs. He
was tried, sentenced to death, and, together
with bis egg, was burned by the executioner
in the market place amid a great concourse
of people. All the Year Round.
A Rare Woman.
Cbollie I say, Fweddie, I see by the pa
pahs that there is a woman out west who can
not say anythiug except yes or no.
, Fweddie That's nothing at all, Cbollie,
old boy. I met one lawst night who couldn't
say anything except no. Washington Star,
Mrs. Croly, the fouuder of the New York
Sorosis, bas presented to each member a pho
tograph of the members of the Sorosis club
of Bombay, nearly all of which are native
Indian women, dressed in the costume of their
soMKnuNti rent tiik jkw
The world H'nmvued siiccei id lliislettet's
Moiniieh Hitlers, aiut I heir continued popularity
(or over a llilrd of s ccitluiry ss ktoniHi hlc, Is
scarcely uioic ttiinderlul thsu the welcome Hist
lins'ln the annual appearance of Hosteller's Al
manac, This vslnal'le medical dentine Is puli
UkIhsI by t he Music ttrrl onipatiy, I'lttsliuru, IV,
under their ou u Immediate misi Won, employ
(nil sixty bunds In Hint di pailmt'iit. l'hey ate
rmttitm: about eleven mouths lu the year on tins
Hutk, and the Issue ot same (or In1.' III be more
than IO.tMi'.i. printed lu the r'nullsh, Herman,
Kreni'h, Welsh, Nnrweslan, fr'wislli.h, Holland,
lliihcmlan and ianilsh lunijUKui'f. liefer to
com; i( It tor valuable and liUcicsllUM rending
coms-rnlhK health, and numerous Irslim, minis
as lo the elhVacy ot Hosteller's Moinseh Hitlers,
amusement, varied Information, astronomical
I'lili'iilatloiis and t'hronolcKlcat Items, etc, w hich
can be depended on for porrwtness. The A I in a
nac lor Is'' can b 1 obtained free of coat from
ilriiMulsis sud itcncrnt country dealers In all
parts of the country.
She I 1 I vou cross the ocean last summer as
usual, Mr. iVrklns? IVtklns Vass; twice, mice
liolug and oiiiH wetiiltitiig.
TIIK l-KOUItKM OK TIIK ( I NTI KV
Leans onni; from superstition and blind
idolatry ol' isms ami its allopathic, in
cluded." It leans loiKirsf universal, alt deter
mining law : towards diets, not fancies, It
leans toward iminutnlilc principles, mid in
vulnerable truth, mid nwuy trout superan
nuated authority, organized ignorance and
dyed-ill tbc-wool prejudice, Ulitid empir
icism in medicine liaa.w ith other fossilued
bivalves, bud its duy. Yes, there are plenty
of 'I'clated crabs," but being born of dark
ness and fear twill sisters of intellectual
iiilancy they cannot much longer with
stand ihc eivtluiug inlliienct of advancing
science, Tliev are slowly but surely "dy
ing l-gypt. living." U't'ore the " search
lifclit " ol iuvestigalion. I'lic advancing
thinker wonders bow it was possible for
that monstrosity- the medical si ii nce ( T)
extant now -to Inivc survived to Ibis late
day! Hut w lu'ie was tlie reform lo come
I'ro'in? It is not only passe to attempt re
form, it is outright dangerous. It requires
a boldness akin to recklessness. Legion is
the name who have tried; they have left
tlicir.ldeai hiiig bones ns a warning. An at
tempt at reforming theology brands vou a
heretic;" in politic you arc charged with
every infamy under the sun, and in inedi
cine'every duck intellect "quacks " at you
and you are aiv.'used ol having no dipkma
when your diploma is on tile in the court
house' tinder the very eyes of the slander
ers. All this is caused by la'sotted ignor
ance, and since Inioks are sent free of charge
to every applicant and we pay the postage,
there is no excuse for ignorance w ben it
costs nothing to Ih informed. People w ho
la-rate the Histogenetic system ol nnsli
cine arc either Intellectual pariahs incapa
ble of counting live in succession or under
standing any xl problem, or they are
mental sluggards and cannot screw them
selves up to the point of information by
reading up and forming a conclusion. In
either case their opinions arc ns valuable
as that of the Puget .Sound oysters.
Dr. Jordan' otllce Is at the residence of
ex-Mayor Yesler, Third and James streets,
Consultations and prescriptions absolute-
ienil for free book explaining the Histo
Caution. The Histogenetio Medicine
are sold in but one agency in each town.
rhe label around the bottle bear the fol
lowing iiiscrip'.;.""- "l'r. J. Kugene Jor
dan, nisbigeiieiuTMediciiie.'' Kvery other
device is a fraud.
' The coming man" Is the fellow who holds
For throat diseases and coughs use
"7(m)hii lUanehM Trurhm." Price,
cents. Nof m; in hoxrt.
They are telling some big snake stories shout
the Keeley treatment.
Tbv Uermka for breakfast.
Of all kinds and In any quantity whole
sale and retail at bedrock prices.
E. J. BOWEN,
65 Front Street, Portland, Or.
Send for ratalogue.
Mildest, purest and lest
smoking tobacco made. Does
not bite the tongue. Mastift
gives more solid comfort in one
package than you can get out
of a dozen others. Packed in
J. B. Pace Tobacco Co., Richmond, Virginia.
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II Is wasthm time lo try to leach Killllrlan
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niB i'ohti.and vnoAi, roi.io.
t'oiilttininjc all the oopular hoii?s, " t'olil
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If manufacturers throughout tlie I'tiitnl
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iinth tho motlnxl ami result wltfii
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tachinery. Pumps of all kinds, Brass Goods. Pipe and FlUlnffs, Hancock Inspirators Marine Work
tolting and Hose, Wrenches, Lubricating Oils, Church, School aud Farm Bells.Ensrinesand Bollcri
tlacksuilth Drills and Forges, Buggies, Hurries, Bpring and Express Wagons, the largest assortment
t Carta in Portland. Dealers, write for prloes. For further tnlormatlon call on or address
Z. T. WHICH!, Foot of Btnisa Street. rtlTlill, 03.
ton bio e
Itnaeil til ami-
.ten ilia.itfcl S,f
f tempera- Ux,Ll
ST. JACOHS OIL
SrRAINS, CRUISES, CUTS,
WOUNDS, SORENESS, STIFF.
NESS, SWELLINGS, BACK
ACHE, NEURALGIA, SCIAT
DESTand SAFEST OIL
Give This OH Trial,
YOU WILL USE NO OTHER.
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1 1 i 1- 1
lLtttO M MUetna Co.. 580 nay HU ttan 'tsnclso
Portland, OrKon. A. I. Arfntrinir l'rln.
flraurli M hncil : ( ai-hai. Ilea I'ih.i.mik, Salmi. Ort-fa.
samscounM uf tluily, winiv raieant iulilm,
llushicss. Short linn il, '
Tln wwttm thrnu)rMttl thi yrnr. riludrnli (Vtntlt
Ua t iviy tlin. ( ul'n(ue from either kIhhjI, rV.
Want in SKcnt In every town In Ori'KOii, Wash
tuition and Idaho to sell
PIANOS and ORGANS
On roiinnlHsUiii. No stock or raiilal needed.
Miialo teachers pn-ternxl. rlxjclal rsuit ou all
goods. Write (or particulars.
JOHNSTON & LAWRENCE,
Plumoers' snd tnjlnttrs' Supplies, Hand
and Stsam Pumps, Iron Plot. Hams, Pips
Coming. Lubricators, Wstor Motors, Fans
and Vsnlllstors, Cash Rsjlitsrs, Mo.
Writ fur prliwa.
232 FIRST ST., PORTLAND, OR.
Coiitractoni on heatlns and veiilllallnf
bnildlnics. Katlmaur hirmalinl.
THE HOME MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.
OK CAMPOKMA. OrKnnlsixl last. ah.'I, w,7,
512. IU. UMnes paid alnee oruanlrailun, ti:;t"..:i .
One of Hie moat siiepesaful lire liiHiiruni o eunna
nles of the im- Hnllelta ku.h! IiiihImi hh npnn lis
repiitatlnn fur solidity, hoiiiiriililn deHlliiK.eiiiltalli
ljiisiiiieiita and prompt payment of lira lnaxea.
Axenta at all prlnrlpul iHittita. (iillee.-C'imurd
biillilliiK, l'orlland.Or. II H. Htmli. Manauer North
western Departiiient; Arthur Wilson, Hee'y; Jo
V. R. Webber, Cashier. I. M. Watson, Hpm lnl Agt.
made 7t In four days on myK.lectric CorseW
and Hneclaltles. Kulrieroenl nruHl uik1-jiIi
prims. Hani pie fres. Dr.RrldiimHil Hmaitway.N. V.
UflV EH CD CURED TO STAY CURED7,
sin I rLl til We want the name and ad-
dressof every suflcrrr In the
V, ACTUM A U.S. and Canada. Address,
Ot HO I Elllln ?.EsroldBa7N,M.D,Bufiio,II.T.
OAT A K K 1 1 . licra, l-Jasi.
Relief is immediate. A
in the Head it hag no (
Dealer Does Not Carry Them.
PARRY CARTS AND BOAD WAGONS,
Best and Cheapest in tho World.
Carts, SIS Dp. Wagons, SSO lip.
N. T. V. TS. Ko. 417 -i. F. . V. Ho. 4M