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Nothing can be substituted for
the Royal Baking Powder
and give as good results.
No other leavening agent will make such
light, sweet, delicious, wholesome food.
If some grocers urge another baking pow
der upon you, it is because of the greater
profit upon it. This of itself is evidence of the
superiority of the "Royal." To give greater
profit the other must be a lower cost powder,
and to cost less it must be made with cheaper
and inferior materials, and thus, though selling
for the same, give less value to the consumer.
To insure the finest cake, the most whole
some food, be sure that no substitute for
Roval Baking Powder is accepted by you.
Shot While For Doctor.
It was in Tittsluir nouw seven year
rri that my wife woke tno oih ttiivltl
and wiid that our lit t K hoy was very
nick and would 1 p tor a doctor. 1 s.tul
of course 1 would, and nliitiitt,s into iuy
clothe 1 gruMieil my hut and xtarlinl
out. When I reached the Hist corner, 1
passed iv M ranker who wa running the
other way. 1 cut diagonally across, tho
utreet ami ran toward the center of
town. IVetty noon I hoard footslef
oino distance hack, and then several
hota were lired. 1 felt us though Home
ono had thrown a stone and struck tue
on the leg. hut 1 couldn't run any more
north a cent. 1 stumbled down and
then drawing myself ut nut my hand
where 1 felt the ruin and found that niv
leg was moist with Mood. 1 easily real
ized that I was shot. The possessor of
the revolver drew itj before me jianting
for hreath and exclaimed, "You will rob
poodle, will you';" It was a policeman,
1 began to upbraid him most thoroughly.
Explanations nor execrations did not
help the matter any, and 1 was taken in
n patrol to the station. I repeated my
story and insisted that a doctor slum hi
be sent to my house. The desk sergeant
finally did as 1 wished, and our family
doctor called at the house, mid later
came by the station. It did not take me
long to convince the station ofiicors that
1 was not the party, and was set at lib
crty and removed to my home. When 1
was able to get around again. 1 sued the
city for fV00, and 1 got it. Interview
in yt. Louis (Hobo-Democrat.
At a flro in Georgia, then bolnn no
water Ht hand, homo little colored boys
pelted it with watermelons which wore
growing in a neighboring Held, and tlm
melons bursting noon (ltioneliod the
A dog at Dorn crept into a counting
house when the owner's back was turned,
and after stealthily appropriating WO
francs in notes, scampered off with theni
and laid theni at his own master's feet.
y v Y v Y v y v y v y t v T v T v TV?VTV
The Sunset t'onuuny to Ntretrh lt Wire
Over ArrHn-ThPf Wnt
Mont'j to lu It.
A Scene In a Maine Town.
One of Caribou's popular young busi
ness uieu was in Bucktield recently with
his bride, and when about leaving town,
just before the train started, the bride
discovered that she had left one of her j The Sunset Telephone and Telegraph
wraps behind. A messenger was dis- j Company has voted to issue bonds to the
patched in haste to bring the garment, i amount of f ToO.OOO to extend sorvief
and the conductor very kindly held the throughout the Mate. One line through
train. The messenger arrived, and the j t(ie gau joaquiti Valley has just been coin
conductor, impatiently waiting for the ! j,ioted as far as Fresno and Tulare, while
couple to euter the car. saw them start down the coast a line extends as far as
ti,0i, n,onv jl-)tlv.i Soln1.nl. There is also a southern division
and then remarked that unless his train j Zuft Jfe
Started at once he would bo obliged to i an. the thriving Southern towns. At
fluhn a 1H from tlw hride. The harnv nrospnt men are working on the can be-
young married married man heard the tween Soledad and S Lif Obispo, which
' , i v -i i will ere lotus be covered hv telephone ami
remark and hustled his bnde on the car. 'eyra,,h wires. Once the connection is
while his relatives and many friends ; made between these two points Sua Fran
shook their handkerchiefs and hands as i ciscans can talk to Lou Angeles and be
I'The Northern line goesas.far as Vina;
irOUl lilt? RiaUUlU .-UUVOIUVA uuc; ikt
far SEND FOR THE-tfcl
It Rives prices on all Groceries and Family Suj
Slies, in larce or small lots, at wholealtf prices
irect to tlie consumer. Published monthly,
and sent free to any address on application.
130 Front Street,
P. O. Box 640. Portland, Or.
My acquaintance with Boschee's
German Syrup was made about four
teen years ago. I contracted a cold
which resulted in a hoarseness and
cough which disabled me from fill
ing my pulpit for a number of Sab
baths. After trying a physician,
without obtaining relief I saw the
advertisement of your remedy and
obtained a bottle. I received quick
and permanent help. I never hesi
tate to tell my experience. Rev. W.
H. Haggerty, Martinsville, N.J.
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; towns of Northern California by branch
1 lines. Between Vina and Albany, Or.,
there is a gap to be covered.
The Sunset wires in Washington cover a
large area between Snohombh and the
Oregon border, where they make connec
tions with the Oregon Telephone Com
pany's wires. To supplement these latter
lines communication between Portland
and Spokane will be established, and then
the Northwest will be a network of speak
An Electric Light Controller.
An Edinburgh man has invented an in
genious electro magnet gas controller
which will automatically turn up the gas
when the electric light Is turned off. and
in case the electric light is turned on again
the gas will at once be lowered. It is
claimed that a great saving of gas is thus
effected, and in large stores and public
buildings such a device will till a long felt
want. The apparatus is attached to the
gaspipe in the ordinary way, ami, when
the current is turned on, the main valve is
closed hr means of an armature which is
I attracted to a pair of electro magnet.
1 When the current is turned off the ar
mature is instantly released, thus opening
the valve and allowing the gas to flow. A
sufficient quantity of gas is allowed to pass
to the burners so as to keep tliem just
alight, and in the event of an accident to
the enginesor the electrical plant the room
or building will not be left in darkness.
New York Telegram.
AtuelU' Ulve" Newslioy.
"There is a young man m Mobile,"
said Colonel liobert J.loKaehiu of Win
chester, Va., "'who has cause to remem
ber Ainelie Kives twice a year. When
the now distinguished lady was it little
girl and lived in that city, she becalm
foudlv attached to a newsboy who cried
out his papers every mornim; in the
neighborhood in which she lived. She
met him one day and a friendship sprang
up between them that has lasted to the
tiresent tune, Atter the lioy s stoci;
papers were sold in the morning he would
call for the prettv little blue eyed miss
and thev would take long strolls dowu
Froscute road, plucking the orange bins
soms and the magnolia blooms They
soon irot to be familiar figures on Uov-
eminent street, as they would walk
ulomr that busv thoroughfare with the
young girl's head garlanded with wreaths
of beautiful flowers and the little boy's
arms filled with vinos and evergreens
Then Miss llivea moved faraway into Vir
ginia. but sho never forgot her newsboy
friend, for it was her custom almost
d.iilv to write him. The boy met with a
misfortune some years ago which crip-
nled him for life. Ho is poor, but hi
purse is twice a year replenished by a
mwtofllee order from Mrs. Chanler. One
of these arrives in Mobile on his birth
d iv. which is in June, and tne other on
Christmas day." St. Louis Republic.
The habitual fishermen of lloston har
bor sav that the recent naval commotion
there caused all the llsh to strike out for
op water, and that they are alow about
The celebrated military balloon works
in Paris has produced an aerial "torpedo
boat," of which one lias been bought by
the Russian government, 1 he trials will
The oldest living ex member of th
nbinet is James Campbell, of Philadel
phia, who was one of Presideut Pierce'
secretaries. He la lively ol.l man or
Till t'.lKS OK THK I UISICNT 1VV.
J. p.. Sullivan. Secretary of (lie Amateur
lliletie I nion, President ol the I attune
Aililotie Chili and Athletic, l.ditor of ic
iliiuj 7Ym, writes:
per years I have been actively con
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nectcil w r. 1 ai luetic scons, i nin 111 h ion mi
to my advantage to use Ai l.i ock s I o
i s Pi'vsrmn w hile in traiiniu', as they
oiiii-kU- remove poieness Hint slilliiess; ami
. , ... . , i ..- I..
lien allac.keii wiiti any muu "i
result i f slicht colds, 1 always iisimi Al l,
K'swilli lienelicial results. I have no
icrd linn inosi
Use nothing el
I had a malignant breaking out on my leg
below the knee, and wascured sound and well
with two and a half
n.u..Mj od cineshad failed
A m anv PO0d. V ILL C- b'EATY,
yorkvillc, S. C
. li.j t ;i,i'irf,rl with an ao
.ravated oaTe of Tetter, and thre , bottles of
cured roe permnneiiuy. .
Our book on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
Tree. dwui orw.uw vw., j
prepaid o n
Satisf acti o n
f 0!i E&RTH.
LARGEST CLOTHING STORE IN
Cor. First and Morrison Streets
I Wanted for the Best Books Lurgs
Commission. Freight Allowance
Send for circulars.
V. It. CHESEY ;.,
K Fifth Avbsvk Chicago. Ill
Plso'B Kerned? for Catarrh Is the
Best, Easiest to Use, ana cneapest.
finM h Drneelsts or sent by malL
SO. Z. I. Uuelttnt, TVutm, P.
The famous St. Bernard dogs are very
larefully trained. A traveler who visited
lome of the monasteries of the monks of
Bt. Bernard a few years atjo found the
monks teaching their dons from the earliest
stages of puppyhood. Not only is physical
and mental training included in the teach
ing, but spiritual culture is by no means
neglected. At meal time the cloffs sit in a
row, each with a tin dish before him con
taining his repast. Grace is said by one of
the monks; the dogs sit motionless with
bowed heads. No one stirs until the
A men" is spoken. If a frisky puppy par
takes of his meal before grace is over an
older dog growls and gently tugs his ear.
Getting the Better of a Lawyer.
Lawyers, in spite of their training, do
not always have the best of it in their deal
ings with witnesses, but are themselves
sometimes bandied rather roughly. Many
an astute counsel has been nonplussed in
the most unexpected manner by the smart
renartee or auiet sarcasm of tnose under
A witness at the Kilkenny assizes once
told a counsel that he had been victimized
in a certain transaction, or, as he put it in
his own fashion, "humbugged."
"Humbuiiaed!'' repeated the dandified
flnnnsel. with assumed Riirnri.se; "what do
vou mean by such an expression as tnati'
The witness proceeded to illustrate his
meaning by putting a case. "Suppose I
honld tell his lordship here and the gen
tlemen of the jury that you were an able
counsel and an excellent lawyer, and they
were to believe it, why then, every mother's
son of them would be humbugged, that's
all." London Tit-Bits
A Oiirrr Performance.
Several years a:ro a Hampshire baronet
imine.l to find that, although ho
went to bed clothed as is customary, yet
ho invariablv awoke naked in tho morn
in,' nil! 1 could not find anv trace of his
uiissim: garment. A gnat number o
shirts disappeared in this inexplicable
ninriTior. and as every nook and corn r
in the room wn searched without re
suit the baronet at last told one of his
intimate friends, find requested him to
sit in the room all uiht and watch de
vcloptnents. This the friend did, am
after tho baronet had for sonio time given
audible evidence that ho was asleep th
watcher was surprised to observe him
get out of bod, open the door and proeoi
with a quick pace ulun, a corridor, uc
scend the stairs and emerge into an open
Suddenly tho baronet, divesting him
self of his only garment, seized a pitch
fork and buried the linen in a dunghill
Afterward ho proceeded leisurely back
to his bed. In tho morning the baronet,
incredulous at what his friend relat
repaired to thu dunghill, and after dig'
iriiig for some tiuio found several shirts
stowed away in this anything but pleas
ant receptacle. Boston ulobo
Tests of Culture.
The chemist Liebig proposed to measure
the standard of civilization by the con
sumption of soap a criterion which would
put the inhabitants of North Holland at
the head of all civilized nations As a more
reliable test Kdmiind About suggested the
sale of steel pens, the socialist Uebel, the
frequency of reform meetings, Dr. Ber
nard, the use of undergarments (a luxury
unknown to the semicivilized tribes of
Asia and South America), Professor Ebers,
the sale of postage stamps. The mileage of
railroads per hundred square miles of ter
ritory might do in comparing countries of
equal density of population, but otherwise
would put Belgium loo unfairly ahead of
California and even of New England.
New York Telegram.
Not Wildly Enthusiastic.
"Don't you want me to buy you soma
"Yes, Alice, my love. I am about as
anxious to have you buy me some neckties
3Jt you would be to hava m buy your
spring bonnat for you." Truth.
When TravelliiB Was IJanerous.
Hounslow heath, Finchley common
and Gadshill, in the neighborhood of
London, were celebrated haunts of tho
highwayman, and tho secluded roads of
Emrins forest, on the route to Cam
bridge, vcere often the scenes of plunde:
in broad daylight. These desperate rob
bers at last became so dangerous, and
the peril of their attacks so serious to
travelers of all kinds, as well as to the
postmen, that the government passed
law making highway robbery an offense
punishable by the death of the criminal
and the confiscation or all his property,
But robberies still occurred.
In 1783 mail coaches, protected by
armed guards, took the place of post
boys. The coaches carried passengers
also, and as these generally carried arms
the mails were better protected, but
still daring and oftentimes tmccessful
attacks were made upon them. St,
The Class Industry.
The progress of the glass industry in
America has been far from constant.
has suffered severo and violent fiuctnar
tions, amounting almost to annihilation,
Several times it has needed to be born
again. But the sum total of these suc
cesses and vicissitudes has be:;n the es
tablishment of an industry which, while
it is the oldest, is also at the present
time ono of the most promising and
most highly developed of all cur indus
tries. Professor C. II. Henderson
Popular Science Monthly.
A London Idea.
In certain London restaurants each
customer is allowed to make his or her
tea. The waitress lights the gas burner.
which is affixed to each table, and sets
thereon a silver kettle. Then she pre
sents to the teamaker a silver caddy
divided into compartments and offering
a choice of Souchong, Ceylon or green
tea. Any one who is compelled to drink
the lukewarm stuff called tea at res
taurants will appreciate the new idea.
in-ill liii i' ......
I athletes of the present ihiv
c but At icoeK'f I'lambhs.
Tin' miti Unit tlio nniireliisi I UIIiik to con
linn1 lor the promotion ul lileuo tuiljtin
)K.I NKs-i t AISNOT ItK CI HKI
Itv Iocs! nei'lti'Mion. as tlu-y cannot resell tho
liM-iiMil i.oilion ol tlic car. i nereis oniy om
ttiiv to cure di-Htnc-.i, anil mill is iv milium
,,ii,il rciui'illi'i. llealliewt I" Cllll-fil I'V nil III
lain oil ci n.litioii ot the iiiucoiii linini; ol Hie
,,.i,icl,i,in in c. V hen tins tunc cef Million
on hm c a ruinhliiiK Kounil or iinnenei i iii-nr-
nil!, ami w hen It i entirely cio-i-u in-aiiio m
the rc-nll, and iinlex the inlliiinmatloii can he
taken out null Wis tuhe restored to it normal
oiii'.tlion, licai in Mill he iii-Miovci ioreer;
nine eiiM-s om ol len Hie niu.oi i? unn
nlurli Isnothlni; lull nil tnllanicu conilltioit 01
the inncoiiH iirutecs.
Wo 111 k'tvc I'ne Hiunire.l I'ouars tor nny
rtse ot ileal lie- (enuscil in ciiim I H ii iiiii
,e eureil hv Hall s I atiirrn i nn-. -i-uu mi i-u-
iilars. free. r. J. I'll f.M'-) -Vi cu.,
l ofe-un, w.
ff Sold ly itrugKlsts; T.' cclit.i.
How mttnv ikuiimIIoi there m Which merely
rotle-ve without uprootlnic itUoase, The con
tram Willi mcillnn medicines which such irnllla
lives afford not only enhances the iIIhiiII V
Hie former, hut serves to cnihliiistso the (oily ol
1'iuplovlnn hull iviiy niciouires w lieu Ihiiiomtu
ones nic iiyalhihle. A mnilicd lii"lanco of tills
l the eifcel.oii the one hioni, el lloslcllcr
stomach lliiicis In eases nl chills and lever unit
hlllous tenilllcnl, and on the other ot ontinary
remedies 111 maladies ol this typo. Hy the Mil
lers malarial comi'laliil In every slaneanilol I ln
most miillKiiaul ivpn are eninilelely coniiiereil
and lose their hold unoii Hie system. They an'
niiely, II ever, dlstnilueil hy the ordinary re
sources of meillelne, iiIiIioiikIi their symptoms
limy iiuiiiosioiinhly he mlllualeil Ihroiiitn soon
means. Thu same, holds Hood ol IiuUhosIIoii,
hlhoUMiess, kliluev coiii'hilnl, rheumsllsin,
ucrvoUMicss and ilehlllly. hv the llltieis Ihcy
iireeined when many temcilles (all.
When I'oitu has nut iiisalis and arrived al
I he Ion mil ol Ill-cm Ii, he very roperl rclei s to
hl.s pneumatic lire.
lltrTCKK AND I'll.KH Cl'KIC),
We iHisltlvolv cwro ruitiiis, ilm and all ro
tal diseases without pain or dotoutlmi (nun busi
ness. No euro, no . Also nil i"rleii ills
iiisea. Addreds lor iiimililct Urn, I'll rlorOoli! A
l.oner.bSS MaiHoislitS'l, Sail ITiiielsei,
"I dhlu'! know II was sn late," said
caiio, awukluK 1 1 villi lis lelin sluiuhers.
tart my lire,"
I'so KuiiiiicllnoHtove I'olUh; no dust, ninmell,
Tat (1 khm ka for hreakfast.
WHO liOKINT KNOW
Tnil I'. Merrill, the IMuuerr lllevele lin'er el this
l oast? lie Is reltahle
Willi' liliu . I'lirllanil. in .
My trnuh'e he ;nn with lutlamnmtury riicu-
matl.suj In my left log atsivo tho kino, as n
result of poulticing a
runulf.S ioro (uriiicd.
ai d I was lu a tcrritile
rondltloii. lu about six
months my idiyslctaii
rcmovid a vlece of
hotie, I all the time u(
fertliK emit lain. 1
coulil not stand on my
let; and w na ohllRed to
walk with a crutch. 1
...... ...t..u iti iiivi.i a hnrkana
,n',:it hall aiiozeii ini" -
ilia, and footi al.er 1 began taklut! It the ie
1 di'-cliamluff and neaici "1
n,,..ri hi, ii inn i,
1 ii m-l to
. i. ou ua U Ui
v-.r All mv (rion.lN kimw how
sUlVr nut! I Am so uirtuluui t
for cy perfect cure." I iiahi i-s . ni.r.,
Xi V. 1'atr,. k slreet, rerlCk, Jiu.
food's puis .,.M?i:'.,.l!Li!r.,!,,j!cUI'
: tA, ati'l ivSi
l Kiiarr Uottlofci.
-------- -q, ty
One cent a doso. "
Trrts Oiieat Cocoii Ci;hb prompt ly wrt
where all others fail. Cough, Croup. Bore
Throat, Hoarsenes, Whooping tougn nnu
Amhma. For Conurnpticn It hfl no rlvul:
hascurrd thousand, and Will CvnB Ton If
taken lu tlmo. Hold by Dnntiflsts on a K"r.
anteo. For tt Larae Hack or t'hest uso
SH1L0H'8 BELLADONNA PLASTtRa:.
f H 1 LP H'S CATA R H H
Jlave you ( utarrh ? This remedy U (rimran
teedtocureyou. rrico.SOcta, XiiJocUirfroe.
Palatable as Milk"
This is a fact with regard
to Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil. The difference
between the oil, in its plain
state, is very apparent. In
you detect no fish-oil taste.
As it is a help to diges
tion there is no after effect
except good effect. Keep in
mind that bcotts emulsion
is the best promoter of flesh
and strength known to
rvpnrixl by SnoM A Bnwnn, N. Y.
out of many,
a rn lct tor limn
1. They're tlif
C.Viloit to ttikc
that. rverv child tiikc. rciullly.
TiiovVi. neitrctlv rit'V In Hiclr
action no iriipliiir. liiirl'ncc
X Their clTocU .i '. 1 here a no
reaction iilicnviir.K Tliey reiihito or
i h MV4tein. aeeoiillnit to al.o
1. ThevVf t lie cheaiiesf. lor nicy ro
OMuritrtrVrif. to clve a:tt Auction, or your
monrv i returned, loll pay omy 101
th ;)iii you net.
f). l ilt up lu rut' nro nii m-u.
C. They cure Coiistlimtlon, liidles-
tlon, Illlioiia Attacks, McU or unions
Heailnelu . and nil tleraiiKCtuenis oi mo
liver, Htouincli ami uowcia.
IF VOU LOOK IN
ary, you will find
that the definition
ot a liariiam Is
Now that Is what
you arc looking
for. This week we
offer you a Kcnulno
bargain and a very
seasonable ono: 8
rants ner vara
colon In checks, stripes and plaids,
Inches wide. It will cost about 3 cents
M,r vunltn TTIS . VOU KCU you III u KeiiitiK
Jtond Kra'le ol Ginnham delivered at your post-
oince tor 1 1 cents pr jb,u-
Three thiii;a which till
woikini'iiHii know ive
llui iiio.Ht tioiil-!e in their
h.uil-Hliaiii woik are:
Spruiiw, llruiaes ami
Three Mipreine allhe-
liuiiii, whicli all tin: wm lil
known alirn tiihinkintl the
most with Allies nnl
r.iiiisaie : Kheiiinatiiim,
Neur.ili.i ami l-inala;0.
to tlo are (,iinIy tneHC
ly ami penn.i
ncntly eiiretl by
the u.se of
1 v V
A I I'. I 1 1 l-A 1 1 K I M
Kit. liiolniK Jo
clor ol tho I'm llln
Norlhiirsl, ki'i-ps a
IniKo shi'di ol all
M-.l lll' I Ml H I I' I V
IIA in l-.M on hand.
Ili'sl itoods at low.
i'sl ilituK's. llailKi't
Iliad" to nt'lor.
u i ;
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
A moninl of III. how.l. M' ll ilr ! n.wMr fr
hr.llll llir illls .ill'l'lr lil ill" '"
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CiiiiiiiIiiii.iii l-ni.r Ois'i o'-
l tlio .
h" rrlinhte l-'ionnlo Ih-uulnliiW
nl. iiuii-iry e 'i-roi t uii ir-
Istri'ssli'ir h,' in p.
inns.iiiroui. , J - Kr., sum sod
pul'l on roi rlpt ot nrh u
1 1 1 r box, II lii'i- fur I.Y
Mt Mniul'l i).. Ilia i f's N-utilo, ti
AND COTTONWOOD PILLS
st ths Genuine!
usk II r"Ur. 'lii
v- i,.l l..r Hi I
.... ., .i....i.au iii.mi. rli,i. npr .inSfll I
o'ti.r tun. l- To ouiivln, y.m "I Oilr '
will n.ll..iiii'l".r".pr.l.lll iii l,,rusio. IhilA
.rjob.i. ik.ukii BtoO. t.. lUIUJ.llihl.
YOUNC MEN I
Tho Spoclllo A No. I.
rtirM. wlOuiii' full, all i'w of 44nnorr
lirn anil SJIr!, no uiall"r i,f h,,w li,n
sluli'llnif. I'li'Vi'ius slrli l'ili', It h. l.ts-an hi
l. timl ti llH"H . nr. . In n i i-f llih,- pis"
has fi.lli'il. H,,l,hvnll I'nm-iil.ls.
Maiiiifiu-luriiia: I'lit A. m. li'!t.ifi,Mf.Htirift
l u., nan Jiiso, I L,
MDC WINCinWC Soothing
I1I11J. HIHOLUM O bYRUP
fOK CHILDREN TCETHINO
Tor .air by all I'mfsUta. I.' .. I rnti bltt.
07C (1(1 to $250.00
PlU.UU II. r. Johns.,
fall Ik llisili' until t li 1 y
oiiNMiN tk Co., I; 1 1 Ii M I IN 1, V.
r It AN K WOOI.MK V, Ant. rnrtUml.Or.
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nr,l.,r Vi, nr M ! M ! II
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thr iii.st ; that's thfl
only kind Mi' dial In.
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lo' ton PKI'' iml. I. Kits
and IN Km to I'AIMMt
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in wilil l.y )OI,K-rivMtSON IIAUNKSS CO.,
ut jirireH tlmt will iiHtoni.sli ynr. Only tho lnvt
Oiik-Tiiiiiicil I.ratlirr iihi'iI, iiml nil vu k iiursiii
ti'cil. Snnl fur lino lllnMriiti'l Cutnlutuo nn t-:.
1 110 I'liiim A venue (HiiMt Siili), I'm t liuitl, Or.
HOW OUR WHEN HIS FRIEND TOLD HIM THAT HE PAID
LAUGHED vNU i ui a diuiulci
SW Our I'liHtDiniT lunl one IiihI hh puoil, iiml ln laitilit it fur I.KSS THAN
HALF the priro hm frii'tnl lunl i-ui'l. IF YOU WANT A BICYCLE FOR
SCO. lny it (liri'i t of t he
in n n
4-OOI.ll I'I.LAKS FOR AOn, j
I'OKTI.ANM. T A ('OM A.
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE." BUY
'TIS CHEAPER IN THE END.
RHEUMATISM CURED HY THE USE OF
BJoore's Revealed Remedy.
Abtokia, Orriion, January 10. 1 enn stHto v. Ith n'enstiro that by tho uso of
MOOKK'H KKVKAI.K1) KKMKDY my hiiHlmnd whs rullovi'd from hii old i nso ot
KIIKliMAlIMM ami my yoiiii(?i'slt)oy ciired'.'ntlreiyoursri.A.'viM A run y tuiiui-
M ATloM when thu host uoclor 1 could get did him no bihhi.
ROI.I) ltT VOIJIl
,MKS. N. V. hl't'.Kl.H,
N. P. N. XT. No. 40-S. F. N. U. No. 171
A Flood Coming!
So Sey Old Timers.
I want to flood tho country with good
Have iiiHt received 200 Safeties, which
I will sell at $40 discount for canli. Writ
for Bargain List, or call at my utore,
326 Washington Street.
LosHons and Catalogues Free.
Fred T. Merrill,
f lonMr BMltr of ! Paclflt 0ld