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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1894)
Highest of all in Lavening Pwer. Latost U. S. Gov't Report
. Window Screens.
A transparency at a kitchen window
attracted my notice the other day by its
novelty. ."I made it," said the owner,
"because I could not get a transparency
at the village store. 1 wanted one of
those screens, you know, that permit you
to see out, but do not let outsiders see in.
I took an old frame for a wire screen,
painted it to match the outside painting
of the house and then tacked it to a piece
of organdie, fitting it perfectly and
stretching it very tight. From thin
chintz I cut flowers and sprays, and ar
ranging the design in my mind proceed
ed to paste them on. After all were on
I laid a piece of pasteboard behind and
put on heavy weights until they were
dry. I then gave the .whole a coat of
Angelina (anxiously) Are you sure,
dear, that you don't regret it. and that
you don't sometimes miss your life as a
- Edwin (with cheerful conviction) Not
a bit. I tell you what, Angy, I miss it
so little that if I were to lose you a
I'm blessed if I wouldn't marry again.
London Tit-Bits. . ,
The Proper Thing.
Miss Keedick Mr. Gilley actually of fered
himself to Miss Darley on a postal
Miss Gasket What did she do? .
Miss Keedick Kef used him. , She said
she preferred sealed proposals. -
The name of Jos. W. Beveridge of
Portland is prominently mentioned in
connection with the candidacy for the
office of State Printer in the coming
election. . He has never been prominent
in politics, having been too busy with
the management of one of the largest
printing offices in the State, where he
has made a record for artiBtic skill, rapid
handling of large contracts and econom
ical conduct of the office. Jacksonville
ought to be fat. They are
sickly when thin and thin
when their food does not
the cream of Cod-liver Oil
: and hypophosphites, makes
babies fat and well, strength
ens crowine cnuaren ana
nourishes mothers. Physicians,
the world over, endorse it.
Don't be deceived bv Substitutes!
Prepared bj Soott Bowoe, N. Y. All Druggist
This Trade Mark Is on the best
SiEi? In the World!
a. j. TOWER. BOSTON. MASS.
- PORTLAND SEED CO.,
171 Second Street, - Portland, Or.
Send for catalogue.
'V WANT THS BEST.
Send for onr Catalogue of
Best makes. Low prices. Easy pay
ments. Address V . l. Beach,
ITCTTTNO FTTjEB known by moisture
Ulce perspiration, mum intense Jtohlny
when warm. This form and BUND.
TIKLD AT ONCE TO
DR. BO-SAN-KO'S PILE REMEDY,
which aots directly on parts afrocted.
absorbs tumors, allays Itching, effecting
a permanent our. Price 60o. Druaaiets
ernuul. Dr. Sosanko, Philadelphia. Sa,
Begonias, Tuberoses, etc.
SUNSET SEED & PLANT CO. , AI1 Thre :
' (Sherwood Hall Nursery Co.) r Z
417-0 5-ansome St., San Francisco tor ''00
I stood beside each mounded grave
Where slept the bravest of the brave.
And sought a spot where I could place
My flowers above a hero's face.
Within a calm, secluded spot.
Where passing steps disturbed her not,
I placed the simple buds I had
O'er her who bore a soldier lad.
Clifford Trembly in Ladies' Home Journal.
' ' A Brahman Purification.
A curious story of a cow is reported
by a correspondent at Fayzabad, in
Oude. It appears that a man of the
Ahir, or cowherd caste, was carrying a
cow calf on his shoulders, when the ani
I lal accidentally fell, breaking its neck,
thereupon the Brahmans held a solemn
conclave, at which the 'cowherd was
sentenced to the severest form of Hin
doo excommunication for six months.
During this terra it was ordered that he
was to lead a life of mendicancy, and
with a rope around his neck and with a
portion of the calf s. tail on his shoulders
was to perform pilgrimages to different
Hindoo shrines. The members of his
family were; forbidden to supply him
with either shelter or food under a pen
alty of undergoing similar excommuni
cation. ' i
. The Ahir is reported to have now re
turned to his village, but until the puri
fication ceremonies are over he must live
in a temporary grass thatched house
erected for his residence. It now re
mains for a man of the lowest and most
degraded caste to purify him. A bar
ber, after shaving the delinquent and
paring the nails of his hands and toes,
will make over the hair and nails to the
Badmanus, who will burn them and also
set fire to the hut. After this the Ahir
will plunge into the river Sarju and
come out purified, but his troubles are
yet- by. no means at an end. Not till
after he has feasted fifty Brahmans and
100 of his brethren will he be readmitted
to caste fellowship. London News.
A Public Benefactor Dead,
William Toomey, familiarly known as
old Bill Toomey, died at 10:30 o'clock Fri
day night. This is a case where death had
all the alleviating circumstances pos
sible.' For forty years old Bill Toomey
laid out the dead of this town, man,
woman and child, without exception.
He never would accept any remunera
tion for these kindly services, always
rejecting money and saying, "It's a real
pleasure to me and no trouble at all." ,
His wife's millinery shop supported
him and her comfortably, and it soon
became known that old Bill Toomey was
ready and anxious to" come at all hours
of the day and night, rain or shine, win
ter and summer. To make sure that no
one would be laid out without him he
fell into the habit of keeping careful ac
count of all the sick, and made his
rounds of inquiry each evening. Sev
eral times, when sick persons were not
expected to live through the night, Mr.
Toomey spent ' the night watching the
house of sickness, without regard to his
health or the weather. Aristotle (Ind.)
Cor. New York Sun..
' Taking It Literally.
A man in Leeds, England, looked a
gift horse in the mouth the other day
with profitable results. The keeper of a
skating rink had advertised "A great
fancy costume carnival," and by way of
stimulating the invention of his patrons
he promised that the wearer of the most
original costume should be rewarded
with a watch of the value of ninety dol
lars. The man who won the watch took
it to a jeweler, who said the timepie.ce
was worth only twenty.
The winner, therefore, applied to the
courts for redress.- The skating rink
proprietor defended himself with the
plea that the giving of the prize was a
purely voluntary act, and the recipient
should not take the giver's estimate too
literally. The judge, however, took a
different view and gave judgment for
the plaintiff for ninety dollars. London
Letter. -' .',
Waited Twelve Years.
Vaclav Koran and Elizabeth Frederick
were made husband and wife by Justice
Daniel L. Wheeler, of Chicago, Friday
afternoon on the authority of a marriage
certificate issued Sept. 27, 1881, eleven
years ago. ' The license bore the signal
ture of County Clerk E. F. C. Klokke.
Koran is now forty-three years old, and
she' is two years older. The obstacle
which had kept apart their yearning
hearts so many years was the veto of an
angry father. A year ago the father
died, and after waiting' twelve months
for propriety's sake the constant lovers
were married Exchange.
Choice Plower Seeds
Either Collection - . ' : '
for 50 cents
Desirable Vegetable Seeds
'. Any, Two :
75 cents "
15 Flowering Bulbs-
THE GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA.
Some of the Interesting Characteristics of
Henry L. Mitchell.
Florida's governor, Henry L. Mitchell,
who has attracted so much attention on ac
count of his pronounced opposition to the
Corbett-Mitchell fight, was born in Ala-
bama about 68 years ago. He has a smooth,
beardless face that shows all the character
in his physiognomy, and there is a great
deal of it to show. He is a man of massive
frame, long slender legs that seem intended
to match a smaller trunk, and his immense
head is covered with iron gray hair. He is
stoop shouldered, and his voice is pitched
so high that it is almost falsetto.
His peculiarities and the quaint stories
they have inspired are known from one end
of Florida to the other, and he is familiar
ly if somewhat irreverently known as
"Old Man" Mitchell. He was a resident of
Hillsboro county, near Tampa, before he
was called to Tallahassee by his guberna
GOVERNOR HENRY L. MITCHELL.
torial duties and occupied a number of of
fices that called for ability before he was
elected governor. One of the first of these
was the sohcitorship of Hillsboro county,
Later he became circuit judge and still
later was chosen judge of the supreme
court. Then he concluded that his election
as governor of the state would be the next
step upward, and it was. He organized for
the preliminary campaign, secured the nom
ination and was elected a little over a year
He is described as a firm friend and a
bitter foe and is noted for his determined
character. ' He and his wife are childless
and live at a hotel in the capital. Although
be owns an orange grove and has been a
long time in politics, he is not considered a
wealthy man and lives on the salary of
$2,500, which the office of chief executive of
Florida nays. ;
His only dissipation is smoking, but he
is passionately fond of hunting, fishing and
card playing. Ho is one of the best whist
players in the state, and when he sits down
to a game of poker it is said that he can
bluff his way through on a bobtailed flush
with almost unparalleled nerve. Like oth
er good card players, he is a hard loser and
says things when luck does not favor him.
THE STOCK IS WITH US.
It Winds Twice About the Neck and Re
quires a CufT-Uke Collar.
Stocks, ong coattails and bell topped
hats are with us again. It. is the old story
of "Backward, turn backward,' O time,
in thy flight!" and the bowling swell of 1840
would find himself dressed in the very ex
treme of current fashion if he could walk
Fifth avenue today in the raiment that long
ago fell into desuetude. There is nothing
new under the sun in fashions. Like the
proverbial bud penny, they turn up again,
and sometimes, as in the case of the recent
unsuccessful hoopskirt renaissance, they
never get into circulation again.
The stock, however, has not only come
back, but it seems to be meeting with a
very fair amount of cordiality. The swag
ger young man of New York is not happy
now unless he has 40 inches of black or del
icately figured satin wound around his
neck a couple of times and looks likeadude
with a flannel bandage around his throat.
The ends of the stock are about two-thirds
of an inch wide, and the center expands to
twice that width. Getting one of them on
for the first time requires a day off. The
operation is described as follows: The wear
er first puts on the highest standing collar
tire law allows. Then he buttons the center
of his stock to his front collar button, thus
holding the stock in subjection, for the time
being at least. The ends are passed back
and crossed, one end passing through the
band. The stock is then tied in front like
an ordinary bow tie. - '
The stock is said to fill a long felt want
in the dress of men who run to neck. The
collar fits around a long thin neck, as com-
. IN THE STOCKS.
pletely obscuring it as if a cuff were used,
and the stock coils itself around the base
of this cylinder of polished linen, padding it
out until the neck not only seems to lose
half its length, but apparently gains a great
deal in thickness. The stock looks partic
ularly well when made 01 white lawn or
eatiu and worn in the evening. The price
f a good stock at present is $1.
The bell crowned beaver hat now worn
by the extremists is almost as top heavy
as the tile worn by Mansfield when he im
personates Beau Brummel. The concave
shape is exaggerated into a pronounced
crescent, and the brim curls up very high
at the sides. The extreme coat and over
coat fit closely about the waist and hips
and fall' within a very few inches of the
ground. A tall, powerfully built man
dressed in the long coat and Wearing the
bell topped hat and impressive stock takes
on a most distinguished and stunning ap
pearance. A small man, however, looks as
though a pile driver had strucK him on the
head and shut him up like a telescope.
The Deepest Boring.
The deepest boring of which we have any
knowledge up to the present time, says
Revue Scientifique, is at Parvschowitz, in
the district of Ribnik, in western Silesia.
The depth attained is 6,568 feet, and the di
ameter of the bole is only 2.75 inches. ,
AN CNSfcKN hNK.tlV
Is mora to be dreaded than an open and visible
on. That subtile and lurking toe, which under
the generic name of malaria manifests Itself,
when it clutches us in its tenacious grasp, io the
various forms of chills and fever, bilious remit
tent, dumb ague or ague cake, can only be effect
ually guarded against by fortifying the system
against its intidious attacks wltd Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, a thorough antidote to the
poison of miasma in the system and a safeguard
against it thoroughly to be relied upon. : in the
event of a malarious attack avoid poisoning
your system with quinine, and use iustead this
wholesome remedy, unobjectionable in taste
and far more efficacious than any drug. Use
the Bitters for dyspepsia, biliousness, constipa
tion, kidney complaints and rbeumutism.
Old Lady My friend, are you a Christian?
Beggar Well, mum, no one has ever accused me
of workin1 Sunday. .
THE BEST TEACHER.
. The Arabs say that the best teacher is
Time. , That is true, especially when year
after year enforces the same lesson. For
more than thirty years Allcock's Pobous
Plasters have been in use in every part of
the world, and the testimony is universal
as to their value as an external remedy for
pains 01 every Kind in the DacK, cnest ana
side. . Some people have learned the lesson
so well that they try to imitate them, and
the result is a host of counterfeits, all pre
tending to be just as good as Allcock's
Porous Plasters, and unconscious that by
this very statement they acknowledge that
Allcock's Porous Plastess hold the first
place. Be sure and get the genuine.
. Bbandbeth's Pills always act uniformly,
Many a pnorwife has found it necessary to use
the broom in keeping the flies off her indolent
n us dud a. ,. .
Irritation of the throat and hoarseness
immediately relieved by "Brovin't Bronchial
irocnes. ' ' . - -.' ' ,
The widower about to remarry is the most
unseinsn 01 mortals, lie seiaom minus 01 jso. 1,
. WATER MOTOR.
Ana TrtAi.lr WTatnf MtM nonr Ihal nrlll
develop from 10 to 15-horse-power; can be
!.... . - c u j , ;
iiai an a etiJ xuots uj nuuiixaiiijj .
, . Palmer & Ret,
State of Ohio, City op Toledo,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath, that he la the
Senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney &
Co.. doing business in the citv of Toledo, coun
ty and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
tne sum 01 (jink tiUJNDKiiLi dull a ks tor eacn
ind every case of catarrh that cannot be cured
oy iiie use 01 hall s catarrh (jure.
frank j. chf.nky.
; Sworn to before me, and 'ubscribed in my
presence wis o.n aay 01 Decern Der, a. l. luaa.
SEAL. J A. W. GLEASON,
Ilall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and
lets directly on the blood and mucous' surfaces
l tne system, sena tor testimonials, tree
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by druggists; 75 cents.
Jse Enameline Stove Polish: no dust no smell,
Try Gebmka for breakfast.
Both the method and results when
3yrup of Figs is taken; It is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acta
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
',em effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
onstipation. . Syrup of Figs is the
nly remedy of its kind ever pro
luced, pleasing to the tasto and ao
sptable to. the stomach, prompt in
3 action and truly beneficial in its
.Tects, prepared only from the most
salthy and agreeable substances, its
lany excellent qualities commend it
0 all aDd have made it the most
:opular remedy known. ,
u Syrup of Figs i3 for sale in 50c
nd $1 bottles by all leading drug
ists. Any reliable druggist who
nay not have it on hand ,will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
vishes to try it. Do not accept any
ubstitute. i ,
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAff FRANCISCO, CAL
LOUISVILLE, KY. ; NEW YORK, N.Y.
ST. JACOBS OIL
"DON'T BORROW TROUBLE." BUY
THE CHIN ;
Is too neighborly with the chest, and
(h. ov.b fin1 tha nr tnn annn smru
ex-President Harrison about pupils
witnoui military ami.
Bishop Scott Academy,
Pnrt.la.nd.. fVr is n TnlHtnrw sp.hnnl
under government control. Fits for
collece or hnslnASfl. Write for cata
logue. Spring term begins Febru-
Smoke the Admiral Cigar
ettes and be happy.
But Hood's Sarsaparllla Purified,
and Restored Health.
" Three years ago a file penetra ed one of my
legs Just above the knee. Failing to receive the
set m. I became so weak and my system so
much run down that I could hardly turn in bed
or nelD mvself in anv wav. After seventeen
months' confinement, my wife took me to Walla
Walla, Wasn. Here tne surgeons amputated
mv lee half wav between the knee and the hin.
Fallowing this my health improved slightly but
Finally Hood's Sarsaparilla was recommenced
and I coul 1 see a chancre from the first. Grad
ually I have improved; I am gro ving stronger
ana tne pamtui gacnerinzs nave aisappeareu
and 1 am about cured of my ills. All the credit
is due to Hood's Sarsaparilla and 1 feelthacl
cannot speak too hlgniy ot it. . l. .burnett,
Starker, uregon. Get only HOOD'S.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly.
sower has no
second chance. If
you would at first suc-
ceed, be sure and start with
Ferrv's Seed Annual for 1894
contains the sum and substance.
ot the latest farming knowl
edge, jivery planter siiouia.
nave iu ent iree.
D.M.Ferry t Co.,
Belting, Packing and Hose,' Boots and
Shoes, Rubber and Oil Clothing,
Druggists' Rubber Goods, ;
. MANUFACTURED BY
Goodyear Rubber Co,
73 and 75 First St., Portland Or
Write for catalogue frkb.
equals custom v.ork, costinjr from
1 In A U. ...!... 5
ST " ipv awo IfllUB 1UT IlltHICV
in lh WnrM V ,) :A
stamped on the bottom. Every
wamiaa-u, iaKe HO SuOStl
lemen or send for -
. ., giving in.
1 1 1 1 1 1 iTi sf us 1 T - rl"1Dns
, . , . jjuwio or
der by mail. Postage free. You can get thebeS
bargains of dealers who push our shoes"
PERMANENTLY CURED OB
NO PAY. No PAY TJNTII
cured. We refer to 5,000
patients. No operation. No
DETENTION FROM' BUSINESS.
Write or call for circular and
bank reference. Examination tru
The O.E.MILLER CO.,
Incorpora'ed Capital and Surplus, $1,000 000.
tfA Sr. Williams' Indian Pile
I L Ointment will cure Blind,
I r VJ Bleeding a-.d Itching Piles.
H I It absorbs the tumors, allays
H the itching at once, acts as a poul
M tice, gives instant relief. Dr. Will-
lams' Indian Pile Ointment is prepared
for Piles and itching of the private
parts. Every box is warranted. By drug-
risiB, dv man on receipt vi pnef, ou cenie
1.00 WILLIAMS MANUFACTURING CO.,
Proprietors, Cleveland, Ohio.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING -
For sale kr all VninUU. 86 Cents a bvttla.
N. P. N. U. No. 635 N. F. N. U. No 612
ri xt NEURALGIA,
fiHEAPER IN THE END.
IF YOUE BUSINESS DOES NOT PAY
Chiokens are easily and successfully
raised by using the Petal U ma In
CUbatprS and Brooders. Our il
lustrated catalogue tells all about it.
' Don't buy any but the Petaluma if you want Btrong, vigorous chicks
We are Pacific Coast Headquarters for Bone and Clover Cutters, Mark
ers, Books, Canonizing TooIb, Fountains, Flood's Roup Cure, Morrit
Poultry Cure, Creosozone the great chicken-lice killer and every othei
article required by poultry raisers. See the machines in operation at
our exhibit with the Norwalk Ostrich Farm, Midwinter Fair, hatchine
ostriches and all kinds of rggs. Catalogue free: if you want it, write
to us. ' PETALUMA INCUBATOR CO.,
760 76-754 756 Main street, Petaluma, Cal.
FKOM START, FOR CANVASSER8 FOR CLEAN,
hardv Orchard. Garden and Lawn Nnrwrv Stock.
Advantages for beginners; steady advancement; permanent. Odtfii
freb. Name this paper. BROWN BR0S.C0.,Oregonianblrig,Portland,Or.
Has no superior.
The Admiral Cigarettes are
cup.!! tSaVil IB IM lio os
t r-inn1att of onrlfl advert iierflMiti. of which thin is Ao. 1.
Tb Mtb worth $26, ud we will allow yon that amount for
k Id tha following way ; If tent in all at vn$ timt by a reg
ular tubecribcr to this papr immediately after fitelattoneap'
pear, together vrith the name and address of both eubscrtber
and paper, and dates of papers from which they are clipped,
WE WILL AlAOW fOU $b TOWARD THE Pl'ltCHASK Or
ONE OP OI R NEW, LARGE SIZE, ALL STEEL PEED CI J lEim
WORTH 940. Only one Feed Cutter to any one person.
- Thit makes the cash payment only fib for thin Feed Cutter,
which will be found at superior to any now in use an the
Aerniotor waa to anything in existence when it first appeared,
and will arlve from the neia an competitors ena uuie nu uum
the trade in Feed Cutters as the Aermotor, the Aermotor Steel
Fixed and Steel Tilting Tower have in Windmillsand Towers,
i The talent which the Aermotor Company has shown in revis
ing, revolution ting, getting and holding the windmill business
of the world, can be turned to many fields in the strricultural
implement line and it proposes toehow what it can do by taking
p number of articles, making them of steeland putting them
In their fins! shape at a single stroke, as was done in the case
of the Windmill and Steel Towr, and it proposes tofurmijb
them at a greatly reduced price.
This Feed Cutter, for the present, will onlye furnished on
the anove terms. THESE TERMS GIVE TO THIS SERIES OF
IS ADVERTISEMENTS A CASH VALUE OF 26, We shall offer
other articles for which we will accept these advertisements or
single copies of them, in part payment. One will be a Steel
Hand Truck, in which we feet a special Dride in showing our
skill as revisers and improvers of staple articles. The cash
requirement with this will be ridiculously small.
- The third advertisement in this series will show a Steel Cir
cular Saw and Frame, for farm and sawyers' use. It is a
and ruus with very much less power than ordinary bur
saws ana has a belter saw. ini 4U haw aji
FRAffK WILL HB GIVEN FUR flft AND FIVE
COPIES CLIPPED AS ABOVE OF ADVERTISE
MENT No. .
In localities where we can we are going to make
uiterai otters to accept copies oi these auver-
tisements in part payment ior wmanmis.
I you nave any thought or using a wina
mm this year write us at once, stating
wnatyou minayoa wiuneea,wjeiiier
ramping or uearea, ana u possimo
we win mace yon a iiDerai oner.
ine past year, inougn one ui
nnparaiieiea financial a is
turnanee ana Business de
pression was one ot great
prosperity io mi Aer
motor wo jna iiiul
that the Aermotor
Co. in the post
six years nns
ircsseiioii i ne
U 1 1. d
of Us former
Prlee has re
dounded greatly to
its benefit and has
brought to its factory
l enormous volume of
business. Even at the very
low Drices at which we sell
Steel Windmills and Krel
Towers, made m the must perfect
manner, of the most perfect ma
terial, and GALVANIZED-AFTHH.
PROTECTING. EVERY PORTION OF
THE HRTAL. it is possible to save a few
cents on each outfit, and these few cents
on the enormous number of outfits are wholly
satisfactory to the Aermotor Co . . which lias always
derived more pleasure from the servioeit has ren-
it takes in doing well whatever it nuta its hands to.
uareusiiraw uuiuvor vi iwiie ana tram me pnue
than from the money it makes from its enterprise.
This year, because it buys its material more cheaply and ox
pacts an enormous increase in its ever growing business, it
offera Its patruna a vast Increase in the quantity and qnallly of
saaterlal employed ff the eotutruelion at Us Steel Towers. The
accompanying diagram, 2 1-2x2 1-2 shows the smallest angle
that will be used by jt in the corner posts of Towers, evrn for
ihe 8-ft. wheel. Fur the 16-ft. we use 4x4. Thniiands of lone .
of Angles for Towers, eoldrtled and very straight and perfect
are mow being delivered at our works. Others who bnvea
few tons, and therefore year's supply, of 2 x2 angle which
they are using for S-ft., 10-ft., and even for 12-ft. wheels, will
read thii paragraph with surprise and sorrow, Bince we have not
previously given them any information concerning v hat we
will use for W.
The Aermotor Co. proposes to distribute 9600 IN CASH IN -PRIZES
for the best essays written by the wife, son or daft n liter
f a farmer or user of windmill, answering the question,
"WHY SHOULD I (SE AN AERMOTOR 1" For conditions of
competition and amounts and numbers of prizes send for par
ticulars to the Aermotor Co., Chicago, or to it branch ns, at Sen
Francisco, Kansas Citv, Lincoln, Neb., Sioux City, Iowa, Win
oeaKh9, Buffalo, or t5 Park Place, New York City. Aermotor b ;
Pumping and Geared same price, All Steel, all Oalvanized-Afler- -Oompletion,
delivered free on cars at Chicago and shipped to --tny
one, anywhere, at he following prices.
8-ft. $25. 12-ft. $50. 16-ft. 6(?5.
In raising a family of nine children, my only rem
dy for Coufirhs, Colds nd Croup was onion syrup. It
lsjiiBt as effective to-day as it was forty years ao.
Now my grandchildren tako Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup
which is already prepared and nor pleasant to the
taste. Sold everywhere. Larre bottles 60 cents.
Talto no substitute for it. There's nothing as eood.
THE GREAT CURE
- : AND. ' ; - ,' '
-A SPECIFIC FOE
" Salt Rheum, Neuralgia
. And ill Other Blood and Skin Diseases.
It Is a positive cure for all those painful, deli
cate com plain to and complicated troubles and
weaknesses common among our wives, mothers
and daughters. -
The effect is immediate and lasting. Two or
three doses of Dr. Pardee's Remedy taken daily '
keeps the blood cool, the liver and kidneys act-.
Ive, and will entirely eradicate from the system
all traces of Scrofula, Salt Rheum, or any other
form of blood disease.
No medicine ever introduced in this country
has met with such ready sale, nor given xuca
universal satisfaction whenever used as that oi
Dr. Pardee's Remedy. ,
This remedy has been used in the hospitals
throughout the old world for the past twenty
Dve years as a specific for the above diseases,
and it has and will oure when all other so-called
Send for pamphlet of testimonials from those
who have been cured by its use.' Druggists sell .
it at 11.00 per bottle. Try It and be convinced.
For sale by ,
MACK & CO.,
9 and II Front St., San Francisco.
On receipt of oxb Dollar
A Whole Garden.
Let as mail yon our Illustrated Catalogue which
will tell you all about it. Munsettleed and Plant
Cf. (Sherwood Hall Nursery Co.). 427-ft HrninnmA'
Street, San Francisco, selected Seeds a specialty
w" lhoureat Cure
for Catarrh, Deafness,Colds, Sore Throat,
Hoarseness, fieaaacne. raiu, bicKemni
So inn but lirooklyu. M. Y
Oonsnmptlve and people
who have weak lungs or Asth
ma, should use Piso's Cure for
Consumption. It has cared
thousands. It has not Injur
ed one. It Is not baa to take.
It is the best cough syrup. ,
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