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Baking Powder Tests
The United States Official
Investigation of Baking Powders, made by authority of
Cono-ress, in the Department of Agriculture, W ashing
ton D. C. furnishes the highest authoritative informa
tion as to which powder is the best. The Official Report
Shows the ROYAL to be a
cream of tartar baking pow
der, superior to all others in
. IV S. Debt. AeriKlVt
leavening power (
BKW4KB OF OINTMKSTS FOR CA
IAUKH TH AT CONTAIN JIBHCVRT,
At mercury will surely dasiroy the souse ol
moil and completely derange the whole system
rheu entering it tnrousn uie mm-vm
t ,-,....,v a- i".v TMst monian iree,
rfcr-Sold by druggists; price, 75 cents per
Fs Just as Easy
Ta grow Choice Flowers as It Is ti pnw
cimmoB ones if job SURT B1SHT.
ina Ct, P fres, tor th. prlo. .
THE TiMOTHT HQPltlSS CQLLKTICI Of SWEET PUS
Cbmprfoinfl fl Distinct Varieties. A 1?.
o) Seed$ ot each for or 4 Fact of Setdl Of
the lam varietia mixed for only 10 cents.
,2 Roses $1.00 "v
12 Pelargoniums $1.00
12 Chrysanthemums $1.00
Flnwer or CCmO25 Choice Varieties ot Either
RpUUs OttUO (Tour ow o, oar ml.)
t'OH OJIK DOLLAR.
SHERWOOD HALL NURSERY CO.
1 I. Ear, Sansac 4 On Sis. - - & Frarlsca, CaL
ERADICATES BLOOD POI
SON AND BLOOD TAINT.
Several bottles of Swift's Specific (S.S. S.)
entirely cleansed my system of contagious
blood poison of the very worst type.
W M. S. Loomis, Shreveport, La.
CURES SCROFULA EVEN
IN ITS WORST FORMS.
T HAD SCROFULA in 1884,
system entirely from it
and cleansed my
by taking seven
bottles of S,
I have not had any symp
C. W. Wilcox.
Spartanburg, S. C
I HAS CURED HUNDREDS OF
CASES OF SKIN CANCER.
Treatise on Blood and Ekin Diseases mailed
free. Swift Specific Co- Atlanta. ta.
William McKeekan, Druggist at
Bloomingdale, Mich. ' ' I have had
the Asthma badly ever since I came
out of the army and though I have
been in the drug business for fifteen
years, and have tried nearly every
thing on the market, nothing has
given me the slightest relief until a
few months ago, when I used Bo
schee's German Syrup. I am now
glad to acknowledge the great good
it has done me. I am greatly reliev
ed during the day and at night go to
sleep without the least trouble." 8
We make a
fer in this
time it is
of an Ori
measuring fringe), which we will mail to you
for 98 cents sent us, with 22 cents for postage.
It's a suggestion from our house-furnishing line
for making vour home attractive. Our special
offers are not to get your money for the article
mentioned, but to get your attention to our
prices and qualities. We know they'll convince
you that vou are assured of honest goods and
honest va'lues from us every time. Our Spring
Catalogue is sent free for the asking.
. WE KNOW VERY
f XmJ-r L well that few country
I A 71 fir I? f people know that we
IllllIIILI Vcanfit them perfectly
W V VfA VA 1 at a hundred or two
J miles away; but we
a can. Send for rules for
AiJ Aivo self-measurement, and
llfTflOfC we shall fit you. Our
1 I I' 1 1 I' il. vast stock of Clothing
WA VVl 9 made under our own
supervision. Our 110,
112 and $15 Suits have no equal. You save money
by buying from us. Try us ONCE.
A. B. STEINBACH I
ptso's Remeay for Catarrh
eiuoh articles should never be used except ou i d A little before sundown Mrs. Huse
XSX preparations for Su,,,r ,Hist
?iu SSiblv derive from them. H.Ts Catarrh ( ,he time of the hunters' return, in tlu.se
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Chenc A 0v' ra" j early days few houses hud cellars under
ISrnaVv n"itw tpo:UH:in: eath; but a potato hole wan ilu near the
mi i Tiiu'fScei & thTsvVteuv In buying Uall'i j dwelling and covered over during the win
Catarrh Cure be sure you st t the genuine. " i ter with sods or thatch, In this hoi6 the
Ukeu Internally and made tn Toledo, O., by F. , vegetable were stored.
h Is the pf
hfapent. I I
by mail, I 3
m. 9a, J
Best, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest.
Bold by druggist or ent
0 K. t. JJJHU Warns.
Mr. Hu ) Hie Hour.
tn thfl "History of lleutiikrr," New
rUuinshire. it is related tUut Mr. Most
Hum set off with a friend ou a U-ar hunt
rna autumn lnornitiht to he cone for the
aeason 's veue
Mrs. Huse handed a pau to her little
Kirl, and bade her ko out to the cellar hole
and getsome vegetables. Thechild olieyed,
but soon ran lu, saying that slio had heard
a noise in the leaves and was afraid. Her
mother assured her there was uothins to
be afraid of, and sent her back, hut the lit
tie girl soon returned with the same story,
when the mother said impatiently, "Wall,
you stay here, an' I'll go myself."
As Mrs, Huse neared the potato hole she
heard the noise which had alarmed the
child. Upon going nearer she espied a bear
digging in the leaves for acorns.
She immediately gave chase, picking up,
as she ran, a huge pine knot, "with a train
a long as yer arm," she said afterward,
and came up with bruin just as he had
begun the ascent of a tree.
Mrs. Huse was of Indian descent, of
wiry, powerful muscle. She had often
taken her end of the log In clearing the
land, and now, equal to the emergency,
aha dealt the bear a heavy blow with the
knot, which broke hU back and he fell to
the ground. She quickly ciispatcncu mm.
dragged him to the house and dressed hiia
When Mr Huse and bis comrade re
turned, the woman was cooking bear
I awak for supper. They were much ton
hihed. and asked where she ohtaiueu the
meat. She told them, and added, In her
ouaint dialect, "When he failed from the
tree, I lammed on, I did, and I killed him.
I did. I did!"
The energetic woman had beaten the
hunters, whose search for bears had been
fruitless and who had returned without
game of any sort.
A Tutor Who Maintained Bis Dignity,
Dr. Chalmers always bad a high sense of
nomnnal disruitv. When a young man he
was engaged as tutor in a private family.
His vounc lady pupils resented his strict
ness, and the mother foolishly took sides
with her daughters. In petty spite, when
company was Invited to the house, young
Chalmers was shut out from the table and
dinner was sent to his room.
He made no protest against the treat
ment, but when it was attempted again he
told the servant he bad ordered a uinnerac
a neighlKiring town and should need notn-
ing. When this bad been done a few times
nn emlosion came. The master of the
house called Chalmers to account for In
suiting his family. Chalmers replied that
ha had been insulted by banishment from
the table. The young teacher conquered,
and ever after held his place as one of the
family at all social gatherings. New York
It must have been noticed by most peo
ple in this vicinity who have much occa
sion to handle money that the cleanliness
of the bills in circulation, especially of the
smaller denominations, lias depreciated
within a few years. A new bill is seldom
seen; clean ones are rare, and the public
are forced to handle and carry upon the
person paper money which is exceedingly
worn, dirty, and even foul.
The remedy for the present state of
things is in the hands of the people. o far
as the people are represented by the banks.
The treasury department is always ready
to give clean bills or certificates for soiled
ones, and offers to the banks the benefit of
its own contract with the express compa
nies, by which bills can be sent to and from
Washington at the nominal rate of twenty
cents a thousand. Springfield Bepublicaa
An lephant' Mistake.
An elephant in the Zoological gardens,
while carrying riders, and when passing a
lady who was seated on a chair, trans
ferred to its trunk and thence into its
stomach a brown leather purse which lay
on her lap, evidently mistaking the same
for a piece of gingerbread. London Tit-
based on the
idea of sup
cold" is good doctrine,
of cod-liver oil with hypo
phosphites, a nch fat-food,
cures the most stubborn
cough when ordinary medi
cines have failed. Pleasant
to take; easy to digest.
Piwpriil btftopi't A Vfno. HJ. 11 1mglt.
A COCTOfc ADVICl;.
Thing X f Iktrh IMung lo tlx I'o.ly lie""
lag Cor tho Might.
Tb Aouraof rotvo H;v wv,i
Bcntiisof tho many liiiittois ri' i:.u :
trblc A onutrilntto in tan -'U' i:km-ui -
tovi itl existtfiioo. Wish .. Ij.su:. .
tlwi-lothiug fx r tin1 tii
Kufny idea atv trov;il nt io i",:r4 i
wbaA; ahouHlx wrn hi i'n t;ui" w h. a
ou ordinarily propatvs fur tl;:;t ivv
rbivh is toigive onorgy IVr tho foltowt.'j;
diTV, Otuv person lias an opinion ttw! ;i
curtain flhrtn of night i3o and lnxl
covering of p.-ietaeular fiaistnu iioii ;
character uro Uiu propor things u'f
health, and for comfort. Ordinarily
theso 'conviction of thought nio ik";
worthiH Borious consideration. A littlt'
common sonso gocsa groat way and car
ries with it nearly every thing that sug
gests a proper habiliment for the hour
In the first place thero is th body gar
ment proper, uml this is from purely
sanitary standpoint best exeinplilled in
the pajamas. Pajamas cover both Ihhiv
and limbs and furnish all necessary
warmth and comfort. They are low
fitting and thoroughly comfortable, and
no very easily adjusted that any one can
put them ou the body with that facility
with which an ordinary nightshirt is
placed. Women who may lie averse to
adopting clothes which may outwardly
appear manlike may find in health a
goal well worth contesting, and in cov
ering themselves with that stylo of gar
ment which is thoroughly sensible.
The composition of tho nightgown is a
matter of taste. Canton tlannel, linen
and woolen goods stand at tho head of
the list: after these como tho silks. One,
however, which deserves special atten
tion and which is equally suited for both
sexes is tho real china silk. This last is
the best, but cannot 1h procured ai
prices within ordinary range of purse.
If it can bo bought it win give not ouiy
a necessary protection, but a comfort
able and nn enduring garment.
The matter of bod clothing is another
thing deserving of thought, comprising
that same relation to tho body which
the outer clothing should hold. A few
simple rules should cover the entire
ground, and they are comprised in four
homelv precepts: Use a hair or husk
mattress, cover this mattress with
blanket, cover tho blanket with a sheet.
put a sheet, blankets and counterpane.
or extr.19 u you like, above this, una ai
ways bear in mind that a lowering, of
the body's temperature at night is not to
be sanctioned. 2ew lork world.
Itllmllng a Shark,
A successful diver must possess great
courage and nerves of steel. Such
man, connected with a large wrecking
comnanv. was visiting the pearl fisher
ies in the gulf of California. On one of
his trips in quest of the pearl oyster ho
had a narrow escape from a fearful
He had been instructed never to stir
from the bottom until he had looked up
and around. Fortunately he heeded the
advice. Uaviug tilled his bag ho glanced
quickly about, and caught sight of a
huge shovel nosed sharK watcning mm
In an emergency men think fast. Near
the diver was a largo rock. He moved
quickly to the other side of it, hoping to
dodffe the ferocious monster. But tho
maneuver did not work: the shark
watched everv movement, changing his
position by a slight motion of his tiower
Time was precious, and the diver con
ceived the idea of blinding the shark by
stirring up the mud. Under cover of
that he might escape. He worked for
dear life, and had the water thick with
mnd in less than half a minute.
Slipping around the rock again he rose
to the surface, having barely strength
enough to reach the side of the bout, and
was hauled on board inst as the vora
cious man eater made a rush for him.
Frank Leslie's Magazine.
There are many things which women
do not approve in men, a. there are
doubtless many faults in the moral and
mental composition of women which
are distasteful to men.
The violence and abusiveness, the lack
of dignity, and even those personal dif
ferences which are emphasized with
blows it would be painful to see intro
duced into an assemblage of women,
Nevertheless there is no reason why the
other extreme of excessive amiability
should be aimed at, with the caressing
and petting that have their proper and
only place within the four walls and the
strict seclusion of home. It is a far cry
from the masculine turbulence of a po
Htical primary to the excessive sweetness
of the too "womanly" convention, but
there lies between the two a golden
mean, where courtesy and refinement
and unceasing regard for the feelings of
others are perfectly compatible with
official dignity and refreshing good sense,
Chicago Inter Ocean.
Whatever might have been said
azainst the Venetians, they were 9 bos
pitable people this, too, in small as well
as in great matters, wnen, ror exam'
nle. in 1476. an ambassador from the
khan of Tartary visited the city, and it
was known that the khan and his suit
carried but one shirt apiece in their
bags, the senate formally voted twenty
ducats, that they might be provided
with additional shirts, which were ac
cordingly made ajla tartarescha," and
nresented. We can imagine how the
irood councilors and citizens would en
Joy this kindly little jest. National Re
A Retort p Black Friday,
On that historic day in Wall street fo!
Iowinir the memorable Black Friday
Gould's old partner, shaking his finger
in the millionaire's face, shouted:
"HI live to see the day, sir, when
you'Uhave to earn a living by going
around this street with a hand organ
and a monkey."
Maybe you will, flenry; maybe you
will." was the retort. "Ana wue
want a monkev. Henry, I'll send for
'UK WAS IN IT."
ilg Moni oe No lleeliked lu I avor of
Kelly-Kelly vs. Feulow.
Jiihn J. Kelly v. l'oople's Hunk t at. Plaint-
liegHit tht null by no I lug a hiltery ticket,
twentieth ol a whole ticket, which had won
6,W0 ami bad been lorwurded to the Peoplo'd
ink fur collection, and lu which he claimed
ie-lourth Interest aa owner, Hy cement the
ckct was cahed, and the tim'tnlmcd three-
inn ten wove w It Intra w a, leaving the contented
ne itiarter, which was also claimed by John
. Willow, under control ol the court,
The panic live la St, l.niila, and have been
tilte unfortunate, lu lS'.iL Wulow , Kelly.'Norie.
man, O'Keofe ami Omtmra formed aiuant cltll
ami ou three or four occasion purchased live
action of lottery tickets, ald fraction cost-
ig fl each, and each member, contributing his
roportlnit of the price, was eipmUy Interested
u I he w Innings. Willow generally a charged
llli purchasing tke tickets, and held them
mil the draw lug.
The member usiuully paid their contribution
eforo the draw tui s, and Wnlow paid the lot,
'ry ticket vendor.
In April. Iv.y, 'thev Invested (t'onuoi had
roi'pcd out). M I mild except kcllv, who hud
uiccd to pay Ills dollar ou the ilu.v preceding
I lie tickets had been selected by .Sorlemnn.
here was no (ur ther Intercouise between the
ictiiU'r ot the. club until alter I lie draw Ing on
ucmIhv, April I.1, when It was leio'lieil that one
f the lour tick iu hail won IIA.imn. The tickets
11 vi' been pah', lorbv Wnlow , and the UCltou
r the court lo decide Is w lietlier teuton- paid
r account "of Kelly l, or whether It was lor
Is own account.
The day after the draw lug Kelly tendered hi
oil ii r, tint u us tuld that he was "ten late" and
int lie w a "not lu It. '
he oouct conclude that Willow gave Kelly
uudci'sVaud Unit he (I Vnlo I w ould s( , l lull
clW ' interest lu the ticket would he paid tor.
It Is therefore ordered, adjudged and decreed
lat there ho judgment In luvor ol John J.
wily and against .lohti . Wnlow , decreeing
ellv to Iiilvo U'i'ii the owner of an undivided
one-fourth luteiesi In tho lottery ticket, and
that plaintiff receive and collect fl.'.o, re pre-
filing the onc-lourin ol tue proceeds 01 ine
llerv ticket now ou deposit.- New Orleau
..) City Hem, Wbruury 7.
ltlobhs-l drink a cheap California claret
which I know to bo reliable. Wigwag Yea; I
now the kind -inair but honest.
HEADACHE AND DYHl'RI'SIA.
William H. Uockwt lt, No. M'J West 57th
trect, New York, says:
1 have ieeti a martyr to I iliotts head
ache and dyspepbia. Any Indiscretion In
dit t, overfatigue or cold brings on a lit of
indigestion, lollowed hy a headache lasting
two or three ilavs at a time. 1 think 1 must
have tried over twenty ditlrrent remedies,
itch were recommended as certain cure
lV loving friends, hut it was no use. At
last I thougiu I would take a simple course
of purgation with liRANPHKru's ril.ts. For
lie first week took two pills t veiy nigiii,
then one pill lor thirty nights; In that tune
I gained three pounds in weight, and never
have had an ache or a nam s lice."
Disease in one purt ol Ine body will
eventually till the whole body w ith disease.
hvery year or two some pari ot tue system
grows weaK, and begins to decay, pucn
part should be removed at once und new
matter be allowed to lake its place. There
no need of cutting it out w tth a surgeon s
scalpel, i urge awav me oni, uncased aim
worn out parts with I kasukkih Tills.
A Kentucky gentleman has Wen confirmed a
Minister to Teru. Here I the good eld eoiiiljl
nation ol lii.-ky and iiimuie over again.
As a cure for sore throat and coughs
'titowit n bronchial Trarhts have been
thoroughly tested, and maintain a good
Jkshc What's the Hunt animated spectacle you
ver saw 1 lie A uoaiuii gin cuasiug neei
Our readers will serve themselves by
noticing the remarkable offerings advertised
in another column by the Sherwood Hull
Nursery Co. of Mculo Park and San Fran
cisco, who are leaders on the coast in f ur-
nishing everything for the farm and garden.
A ('icrmantown poet Is w riting a poem entl
tied "The Lay of the buster .gg."
Mr. B. It, Churchill
MU Vernon, Wash,
An Honest Medicine
Rheumatism Cured Health Rullt Up
Mr. Churchill, formerly of Churchill & Taylor,
surveyor find civil engineers. lt Vcrnnn,
Washlnt'ton, writes: "Southern California
was mv homo for man v years, when I came
bore I bu;;au to bu afflicted all over with
And also pains In mv back and a general feellpg
l being used up. My business takes me out la
the elemont all the time, and I found my
self unfit for work, lteadlng an advertise
ment of Hood's Sarsaparllla, and learning
also mat tun mcncine was enmnounucu 111
mv own Kt'il o of Massachusetts. I concluded
tlils mnv be nn holiest medicine. I took
It and am so much improved that I a n ou
Hood's x Cures
in all weathers and travel all day with no
fatigue and tired feeling. To any one that
feels bad all over I say take Hood's Baisapa-
rma. ji nas emeu me." jii.ciiuiu.uiLU
HOOD'8 PlLLS cure Liver Ills, Jaundice,
BUlousoess, Hick Headache and Constipation.
Oregon Blood Purifier
.KIDNEY OLIVER DISEASES. DYSPEPSIA.
PIMPLES,BL0TCHE5 AND SKIN DISLASES.,
li H ll" ITCHIiri rtL33 known br raotstnij
HA lit. I' ke poruplrutlr.n, eauso intonso Itching
I in Vim whcA war.n. aiil fnrm on;! BIJWtt
Vftll BEJSUim or lUOl'aUDlWO VtiMt
I UU Yll l.nATONCKTO
OR. BO-SAH-KO'S PILE REMEDY, M
till I which act directly ou parts afteotrd,
wx (ilworbs tumors, allovr;it:lyn(,olfeotinn
nil aTO a permani-ntcuro, 1'ricn .00. DruKKlst
rJLtlO orma.1. Ur. Bominko, Philadelphia, Pa,
P. N. U. No. 490 S. F. M. U. No. 567
I'HKVKNTINO rt'TI'ltW 1MINBHV.
It litem I. Iii till vale ol tears, a more prnlllhl
ouiveof misery than th rheumatic twinge, w
have ret 10 near ot 11. reopin are num wim
tmidimcv In rhtuiltiallalll. hint til1 V are with
one lo conaumpllotl or to wiofula. Mllghl can.
may develop this. Aa ioon a the agonlltig
1'nmplnllit icaulfcats Itself, recourse should he
111 to 1 oNlettei nNUiiuai li liners, w nien em e
Us further Inroads an 1 banishes tlm ri euinalle
iIhoii Iron) the yleai, Hits tatetueut iiituea
exactly with Ilia testimony 01 piiysieiau nno
ave employed thin fine blood 1I1 pureiil III tneir
rlvate practice. There I also the amplest pro-
loinil anil ueueia ti l iiiotiv a lo llieelllcacy
f Hi" littler foi malaria, liver complaint, eon-
tllMitlon, India) llon. kldnev trouble, iiervon-
utw ami loss ol aimet e and tiesii. , iter a wel
ling, whether followed bv a cold nr not, the Hit
lei I useful a a preventive of the Initial ttack
A man feel proud w hen h
I working Ills
ay ii lo the inp, hut he (eel different If lit
ccktic undertake to do the nunc thing
UlirTllllK AND IMI.KH tUIRICD
We positively rm) rupture, piles and all roe-
Uil dlsciiaoa without pala or detention liom hul
nes. No elite, no pay. Alan all JVienld dm
eases, Addri' lor panipnuii in, rorwruvin
Uxaiy, Him Market tr,H'l, Han Fruitctsco.
'Hlche may have wing,
ded man, " but there are
" said lbs tlght
110 it lei on my
Thy UitHMRA for breakfast.
l ie KnaiuellneMlove rotlh; no diit, m niiell.
rfiimler')) Oregon Itlaod I'nrlller I
the best remedy for idealising your system.
TO HHACK I I' the
system after " m (lrlpw,"
pneumonia, fevers, and
other pri.li at Ing acuta dis
eases; to build up luxslod
thwh and stieimth, and to
restore health and vlor
w hen you feel "run down"
and used-up. the lat thing
In tha world U l'r. Pierces
(lolden Medical liiscovery.
H promotes all the bodily
functions, rouses every or
gan into healthful action,
Inii'iflcs and enriches the
lood, and through tt
clcansm, ripalin, and invig
orates thn entir syslom.
For the most stuhliom
Scrofulous, Skin or Hcnlp Iil-Kinses, iyMi-
sia, UilloiiBiieMS. and kindred ailments, ins
liiscovery" is the ontv roinouy ninis
guarantttd. It It iloesn t Umclll or cure,
you have your mousy back.
Can you think of anything more convinc
ing than the protuis tlmt Is nmde by the
proprietors of l'r. Sage's I'ntivrrh Umnedy I
It is this: "If we can't euro your Catarrh,
well pay you f.Ju lu cau."
f l.UOer Ilottlo.
Tins CIukat Conoil 11 iik promptly mrrs
wbcm all others faiL Couchs, Croup. Bote
Throat, Hor.rnm., Whouptnu; Loun nnd
Asthma. J 'or Consumption it Tin no rlvul;
has cured thousand, and will 11 Hi: VI II If
taketiiu tlino. Hold by lrui;i,'!its cm a Ktr
snteo. 1'or a Ijune Hack cr h''t, 110
bHlLOH'3 DIILLADONNA PLA3TliRi.J.
llaveyoiii aturrh ? This remedy Isgiinran-
toi U to euro you. i'rlco.Wcta. Injector irvv.
MASONS Ofll) FKI
low, Kli'ghl ol I'yih
las and all other nori
elle should write to
us fur price ou supe
rior badges, buttons,
medal and watch
charmsol their reaper
tlve sorleili-'. our
specialty. I FUOUHII.H
lint anil Morrlsmi
streets, Portland, Or.
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
A movomtmt of the bowel ach day la
hr all h. Then DilU upDly l ;
ya aDfl clear th Compeion botmr maa oo-
metioii. Thoy act mndly. neither gripe nor .osirn mm
Ula do. TO OOUVillte yOU Ol inoir merit wt
will mail aiitnlffi free, or a full box for Aoou. Bow
iuaaako Mud. Co.. UUaUolphle, V
I BY NOT HIDING THE RI8HT
cno rosj ois QsTAtoove-Teu.) vow ou movt
BICYCLES Or tVERV DESCRIPTION, ,
MARtVSM BWlDIHtt -PORTIANQ QBCqON,
Morphln Ilahlt Cured In It.
to 20 day. Nojiay 1111 cutbu.
DR. J. STEPHENS, Lebanoa.Obio,
8 ai evi;
SSctA, t... .. I i.-iAi..i-ufc sUtiil
Vkftl r.?1 IaI C 1 sb U src'i
J" . .. IW . nJI ..A J 1 ..J. F .
MA FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN," MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
RHEUMATISM CURED BY THE USE OF
Bloore's Revealed Remedy.
ur..;.. nannu tn T ...... ...... , .....
Ahtokia, Okhoon, Jitnuai
MOOKB H KKVEAI.
KHKUMATIHM and my youngest boy cured entirely of INFLAMMATORY HHITI!.
MATIdM when tho bes
LOOK OUT FOR TRAVELING '
And representing them to be Just as good si
"Victors," "Ramblers," "Cleveland," "Ralelchs.
"Rudges," "Sylphs," Western Wheel Works, Eto.
Send for catalogues, club and agents discounts.
Three thinga which ull
workingmcn know give
the most trouble in their
haa!-.strain wink nrc:
Sprains, Uiuiscs tuid
Three supreme ulllie-
tioiis, wli'u h all the worhl
known afllu t mankhut the
limst with At 1um niul
l'iiin.H arc : Rheumatism,
Ncuralgi;. ami Lumbago.
to ilo arc riimply tlie.se
Iv nnd tierma-'
ncnlly nirttl by
the use of
- KOIt -
Rods, Rol, Lines, Hooks, Uadr
Etc., of tho Finest Quality.
hicnh To -
TIE 1 1. HUDSON ARMS CO.,
03 rirt St., Portland, Or.
fSf fond lor 0 .tslognn.
. Mi llil for ('alateglie.
W. I. SCHRQCK. 21 lew lfiontgcmcf St. S-f
Get the Genuine!
V KAN K WOOI.MKYi Anl, I'ortUml. Or.
Hercules Gas Engine
(OAS OH OAMOMNK)
Mod for Powar or Pumping Purposao.
'l h ChvtipMt Rellabla (la KugUi
011 llio slotkuk
Out v Inni Ana
For Hlmpllclty It Reals th.1 World.
It oils Itself from a Itoserrolr,
Iso Carburetor to get out nfonlsr.
No lintterlii or Klectrlo Hpark.
It run with a Cheaper (Iriuli, of (lasnllci tlian huf
skno fua (ATAiimrs) to
OALMER & REY, ManufacturiRS,
405 Sansomt Street, San franiiiee, CaL
The Specific A No. I.
ftirf, wlthon'. full, all rases uf Uoanrr
hopi. and 4lspi. no nntt,r uf how lung
nnoiilliig. 1'ieveiitn Htrleitire, It heiim an in
birual remedy. I 'lire whin everytlttiiji else
has fiilleiL Hold liv ail li mml-itx.
Maiiu'actunint: The A.H liiwiiliriMedlchit
PrKw.fca.no. 10.. nan Jiaw.un.
leading rnmsiljr lor ail us
unnatural dlacharcw skI
cartala curs (or th. a.l
Ullng wsaknsu linmUkT'
tin In r.comni.ndlB li M
'U all tinrr.
A. I qlUncn. II D.,Dlflr,Uv
Sold by DraKKlataT
iff ,jt Vvron lnW
( HlHlWI ol W H
8 J wsm auuian.
i ITmi EvCHlS'fl
VtV i ltZlliiv u u j ""P'esRure mat by the use of
ED REMEDY my husband was iclioved from an old ensn ol
I could get did him no good. You in irmtttiirt
in cnitl turta.
MK8, N. V. bTfiEUC.
BY YOUR DRUGGIST.
Street, Portland. Or.