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A Marvellous Showing.
: '- -' The U. S. Government, through the Agri
cultural Department, has been investigating
the baking powders for the purpose of in-.,
forming the public which was the purest,
most economical and wholesome.
The published report shows the Royal
Baking Powder to be a pure, healthful
preparation, absolutely free from alum or any
adulterant, and that it is greatly stronger in
. leavening power than any other brand.
. .Consumers should not let this valuable
information, official and unprejudiced, go
unheeded. . , - .
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
. Com ins.
The snow on the ground la lying '
As far as the eye can see,
But the wild birds, near clouds flyinff.
Say, "Spring to coming," to me.
The ice king the river Is keeping
Closed with an iron key, :
But the buds in the elm tree peeping
. Say, "Spring is coming," to me. - :
The midwinter wind is blowing .
, And shouts with a boisterous glee.
. But the lingering sunsets glowing -Say,
"Spring is coming," to me.
Anna B. Lowell in Boston Commonwealth.
The Oldest Pear Tree In New England.
The will of the late William Endioott,
who died in Salem, Mass., July 8 last,
which was probated in London, has bee
filed in Salem for reference. - The be
quests are all private, but the famous
old orchard at Danvers is bequeathed t
W. C. Endicott, Jr. The farm is widely
known on account of a pear tree, now in
a fairly vigorous condition, which wa
planted by Governor Endicott in 1630,
Over one bushel of fruit was harvested
from the tree last year. Of all the host
.of thrifty trees, the pride of the govern
or's heart, whose number gave to the
manor of 800 acres the name of "Orchard
Farm" two centuries or more ago, this
venerable tree alone remains, It is un
doubtedly the oldest pear tree in New
England, and it is doubtful if it has a
rival, in the United States. Pittsburg
The Deathbeds of Great Men.
' Modern newspaper enterprise and mod
ern telegraph facilities have greatly in
creased the number of mourners who
. are virtually at the bedside of every
great man who is stricken with mortal
illness. ; For several weeks every morn
ing newspaper office in the United State
had hourly bulletins from Mr. Blaine's
sickroom, and in every such office the
telegraph editors, operators, '.' printers,
pressmen, etc.,' had to lengthen their
' nightly vigil a couple of hours in order
to be sure that when the end came there
should be no delay , in announcing it to
thecountry. The number of men whose
day's work was thus prolonged is many
thousand, and the same men have
. watched by the bedside of many famous
men in the same way. During the whole
24 hours reporters were on watch at the
Blaine mansion from the beginning of
his illness. The English reporters who
were charged with a like duty whea
Tennyson lay dying deserted their trust,
and the poet's death was not announced
till several hours after its occurrence.
Such a breach of duty by American re
porters is inconceivable.- " - '.V r
and say: " I'm taking cold."
But you shiver because your
system Is weak and cannot
resist outside influences.
the Cream of Cod-liver Oil
and hypophosphites will
clothe your bones with
solid flesh and build you
up so you won't take cold
easily. Physicians, the world
over, endorse it. '- - , -:
Don't be deceived by Substitutes!
Prepared by Boott a Bowks, N. T. All Druggists,
Rev. John Reid, Jr., of
Qreat Falls, Mont., recom
mended Ely's Cream Balm'
to me. lean emphasize his
statement, "It is a positive
cure for catarrh if used ns
directed." Rev. Francis
W. Poole, Pastor Central
Presbyterian Church, Hel
ELY'S CREAM BALM
Opens and cleanses the Nasal Passages, Allays
Pain and Inflammation, Heals the Bores, Pro
tects the Membrane from colds, Restores the
Senses of Taste and Smell. The Balm is quickly
absorbed and gives relief at once.
- A particle is applied into each nostril, and Is
agreeable. Price, 60 oents at Druggists' or by
mall, ELY BROTHEK8,
' : H Warren Street, New York.
DR. LIEBIC & CO.,
Special Doctors for Chronic, Private
and Wasting Diseases.
Dr. Lieblg's Invigorator the greatest remedy for
Hemlnal Weakness, Loss of Manhood and Private
Diseases, Overcomes Prematureness and prepares
all for marriage life's duties, pleasures and respon
sibilities; tl trial bottle given or sent free to any
one describing symptoms ; call or address 400 Oeary
St., private entrance 405 Mason St., San Francisco.
NO DIRT OR SMOKE.
YOUR WIFE CAN BUN ITt
Hercules Uas or Gasoline Engine,
Palmar A Ray, S. F., CaL and Portland, Or.
106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK.
A MOTHER'S STORY.
HAPPINESS COMES AFTER YEARS
Tha Terrible Experience af a Well
Known Official's Wife A Story That
Appeals to Every Mother In the Land.
From the Chattanooga (Tenn.) Press.
No county official in East Tennessee is
better known and more highly esteemed
than Mr. J. C. Wilson, Circuit Court
Clerk of Rhea county, at Dayton, the
home of Mr. Wilson. He enjoys the
confidence and respect of all classes, and
in the business community his word is
as good as his bond. Just now Mr. Wil
son is receiving heartiest congratulations
from his numerous friends because of
the restoration to robust health of his
estimable wife, who has for years been
a helpless invalid. Mrs. Wilson's high
standing in society and her many lovable
traits of character have won her a host
of friends, and her wonderful recovery
has attracted wide-spread attention.
As the Preit was the medium of bring
ing to the invalid lady's attention the
remedy that has effected her remarkable
cure, a reporter was sent to Dayton to
interview Mrs. Wilson, in order that the
general public might have the benefit of
the sufferer's experience and be made
aware of the treatment that wrought
such a marvelous change in her condi
tion. The reporter was welcomed at the
Wilson home, and the enthusiastic lady
with becoming reluctance gave the his
tory of her affliction and the manner in
which she was relieved.
" Yes," said Mrs. Wilson,. " I was for
eight years an invalid with, one of the
most distressing afflictions woman can
suffer. For eight years I moped around,
dragging myself with difficulty and pain
out of Jsed. My little ones . went un
trained,' and were greatly neglected,
while I looked listlessly and helplessly at
the cheerless prospect before me and
them. I suffered the most intense pains
in the small of ' my back, and these
seemed even greater in the region
of the stomach, extending down to the
groins. I suffered agony sleeping of
awake. Despair is no word for the feel
ing caused by that dreadful sensation of
weakness and helplessness I constantly
"I was treated for my trouble by sev
eral local physicians, but they were able
to cive me onlv temrorarv relief bv the
use of sedatives and narcotics. J had
almost given up all hope of ever securing
permanent relief, when I saw an account
in the Press of a cure which Dr. Will
iams' Pink Pills had effected. I decided
to try them, as I knew the lady who had
been cured and had great confidence in
her statement. I began to take the pills
in October, 1893, and in two months I
was doing light housework and attending
to the children without any bad effects
or weakness, such as I had formerly ex
perienced. Hitherto I had been: unable
to retain any food, but now mv appetite
grew stronger, ana witn it came back
that old, healthy and hearty tone of the
stomach. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cured
me, and I assure you the cure has
brought a great change in our home. I
can now rejoice in my husband's success,
tor x tee! that l nave something to live
for. Who has a better right to feel this
than a mother? One thing more. I
have recommended these pills to others.
and many of the women of Davton have
taken tnem witn good results, and it is
my greatest pleasure to recommend to
every suffering woman a remedy that
has done so much for me,"
An analvsis Droves that Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Pale People contain in a
condensed form all the elements necesi
sary to give new life and richness to the
blood and restore shattered nerves.
They are anMnfailing specific lor isucU
diseases as locomotor ataxia, partial
paralysis, St. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neu
ralgia, rheumatism, nervous headache,
the after effects of la grippe, palpitation
of the heart, pale and sallow com
plexions, that tired feeling resulting from
nervous prostration ; all diseases result
ing from vitiated humors in the blood,
such as scrofula, chronic erysipelas, etc.
They are also a specific, for troubles
peculiar to females, such as suppres
sions, irregularities and ail forms of
weakness. In men they effect a radical
cure in all cases arising from mental
worry, overwork or excesses of whatever
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peo
ple are now manufactured by the Dr.
Williams' Medicine Company, Schenec
tady, N. Y.,and are sold in boxes (never
in loose form by the dozen or hundred,
and the public are cautioned against
numerous imitations sold in this shape)
at 60 cents a box, or six boxes for $2.60,
and may be had of all druggists or direct
by mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine
, . Tom Reed Disappointed. -
"I think," said Mr. Reed, "that Mr.
Cleveland changed his mind about ap
pointing me to a place in his cabinet be
cause of some speech which Mr. Hill or
some other Democrat made about me. I
am disappointed." Washington Cor.
Opinions of Them Dictated to One of Them
by an Accomplished Stenographer.
More trash and nonsense are written
about typewriter girls by people who
do not understand what good typewrit
ing is or how to dictate to a typewriter
than about any other profession or any
other business in whioh either men or
women are engaged today. The fact of
the matter is that typewriting is worth
anywhere from $5 a week up to $20 or
(25, which is sometimes paid as a week
ly salary to expert typewriters who have
no knowledge of shorthand. . -
It is no unusual thing for typewriters
to earn at folio work from dictation by
Stenographers $2 an hour and over, and
the finest experts are worth every cent
f that amount of money. Among stenog
raphers $1 an hour is the ruling rate,
and for that $1 a good typewriter with
an expert dictator will transcribe from
80 to 40 folios an hour of testimony,
In some cases even 40 folios an hour of
solid matter have been dictated. Forty
folios is two columns of The Sun, and
of the men who write about dictating
to typewriters as though they knew
about it there are probably not half a
dozen in the country who can dictate so
v Many years ago the writer was em-
ployed as shorthand amanuensis by
George Alfred Townsend, well known
as "Gath," who habitually dictated to
him in shorthand two columns an hour
and did it every day in the week two
hours a day for months at a time, in
dicating every full stop, semicolon,
quotation mark and paragraph. If
"Gath" dictates to a typewriter now
and has one of the best in the business,
no doubt he can dictate from a column
and a half to two columns an hour of
original matter, and the writer- knows
of no other man who can do that. Of
course there are plenty of incompetents
who pose as typewriters and who bring
the busness into discredit by their poor
work. For many years the writer has
been thrown in contact with expert
typewriters in his business as an official
stenographer. In view of the many gibes
and sneers in which newspaper writers
indulge on the subject of . typewriter
operators of the feminine gender, it is
matter of simple justice to say that the
women with whom he has been assooi
ated in his business have been without
exoeption well educated, refined, capa
ble of doing rapid and accurate work,
who attended strictly to business and did
not waste time with frivolous -remarks.
It seems unfair to judge of any busi
ness or profession by the weaklings en
gaged therein, whether the work be
law, medicine, the ministtry, shorthand
or typewriting, and anyone who -cannot
accomplish twice as much dictating to
a good typewriter operator as with a
pen is unable to do that either because
he does not know how to dictate or be
cause he has an inferior operator. - It
took just eight minutes to dictate this
article to a , typewriter who does' not
claim to special expertness and whose
charge was 35 cents. . -r v-' -
(The above was hot altered in any re
spect by the editor, and the printers
were requested to follow copy. ' The
reader may therefore judge of the ac
curacy both of the dictator and the
typewriter.) New York Sun.
Why Beer Kegs Are Made So Thick.
It takes a Ions: while for a beer keg to
wear out It Las a tough constitution
and is protected from internal decay by
a coat of pure and hard pitch. The pitch
used on the modern keg is much superior
to that formerly used. It is clear, taste
less and tough. An empty beer keg will
stand a great many hard knocks before
the pitch scales oft
The kegs wear out, when they do
wear, externally. They are wetland dry
alternately, and this promotes decay.
Then they get a great deal of unneces
sary banging around between the time
they leave the brewery and are brought
back again. Everybody, from the driver
and railroad and steamboat hands down
to the barkeepers, seems to think the
kegs are indestructible. A whole car
load of empty kegs is frequently thrown
from the car down to the ground. A
single empty keg is often thrown 15 feet
It really isn't necessary to make the
kegs as heavy, so far as the keeping of
the beer is concerned. : They began by
being made heavy in the old days. The
brewers then deemed it absolutely req
uisite to make them that way to with
stand the pressure of the beer. The very
fact that they were made heavy ' and
clumsy subjected them to rough han
dling. Now they have to be made heavy
and extra material has to be put into
the heads and staves simply because of
this handling and not from any danger
on account of the internal pressure of
the beer. Chicago Tribune. -
, j Easy to Make a Strong; Cigar. .xv '
A tobacco manufacturer who moves
in a select coterie of tobacco loving
friends was recently told by one of those
connoisseurs that he had yet to find a
cigar that was too strong for him to en
joy. Acting on the suggestion, the man
ufacturer took occasion to have a cigar
specially constructed of stems and neat
ly covered with a rioh, appetizing Ha
vana leaf, rolled into points at both
ends. This he presented to his friend
with the wish that it might prove strong
enough to suit his taste. Suspecting
nothing, the friend proceeded to smoke,
and was soon surprised to see coals like
redhot nails exuding from the end of
the cigar. As the skin peeled off his
tongue his brain began to reel, and he
Boon gave up in an old fashioned attack
of nausea. He no longer boasts of his
capacity before people who are in the
business. Philadelphia Becord. ..; '
.' A Discovery.
Little Girl It's all nonsense 'bout
die maids never tellin their age.
Little Boy Why?
'Queen Elizabeth was an old maid,
"Well, the paper says Professor Dry
asdust is goin to lecture on 'The Age of
Elizabeth, ' go there. ' 'Pearson's Week
Lady Jeune on Overdress.
Lady Jeune is of the opinion that if
women would but determine to discard
the ornaments, the garnitures, the trim
mings and the stuffs of French manu
facture and return to the simplicity and
plainness pf dress which satisfied their
mothers and grandmothers they would
give a stimulus to home production, and
if they insisted on a certain standard of
excellence in the material they purchased
they would soon find their example fol
lowed by women of all classes. As it is,
she can only groan over what she calls
"the craze among women to overdress
themselves and multiply their gowns."
It is no uncommon thing, as she says,
for people to wear four or five gowns a
day. Gowis must be changed morn
ing, walking, afternoon, evening, each
has its separate apparel and the tea
gown, which is an invention of the last
few years, is perhaps the most gorgeous
and extravagant article in the list. It
used to be said that women dressed to
please men. If so, says Lady Jeune, those
days are passed.: Now they dress to out
vie one another. Exchange. :
; LIFE OB DEATH T
It is of vital imooriance that it should he un
derstood by persons whose kidneys are Inactive
that this condition of things Is finally inductive
of a state of the organs where life hangs in the
balance. Bright's disease, diabetes, albuminuria
are all diseases ot a very oDstinate cnaracter in
their mature stage, and all have a fatal tendency.
They often baffle the most practiced medical
skill and the most approved remedies of' mate
ria medica. "But opposed at the outset that Is
to say, when the kidneys begin to discharge
ineir functions inactively wiin iiosreirers
Stomach Bitters, the dangerous tendency is
checked. Very useful also is this household
medicine for those ailments of common occur
rence constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia and
nervousness. It is a safeguard against malaria.
ana averts enrome rneumausm.
It is one thing lor a man to feel snre that he
is a great poet, ana quite anotner tning tor mm
to ne a Die to persuade oiner people tnai ne is.
Every sportsman who is : " posted "
and has a good gun uses " E. C." smoke
less powder. It is used by Mr. Welch,
the great amateur who is outshooting
The Selby Cartridge Company is al
ways prepared to load it. Ask your gun
dealer for Selby 's "Challenge E. C."
(highest grade) or " Superior E. C."
(second grade, but perfectly reliable).
Prices reasonable. - Ask your gun dealer
" What are the relations now between your
wife and yourself f" "Oh, only her nether, two
unoies, a sisier auu a lew cousins. -
For more than thirty years Allcooe'b
Pokous Plasters have been doing their be
neficent work, relieving pain, inspiring
men, women and children with new hope
and new courage. "
Pain is a greater discourager. When all
the muscles are sore, it is hard to keep up
hope. Alloock's Pobous Plastebs and
pain have no affinity for each other, one or
the other must yieldand pain is the one
to be defeated.
Placed high up between the shoulder
blades and on the chest, they are a sure
cure lur cuuuh ; on me pii, ui me nwinacu,
they relieve indigestion : over the muscles
they relieve strains and stiffness. Wher
ever there is soreness, they soothe and cure,
Bbandketh's Fills do not injure the
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUBED
By local applications, as they cannot "reach the
aiseasea portion 01 me ear. mere is ouiy one
way to cure aeamess, ana mat is Dy constitu
tional remedies. Deafness la canned bv an In
flamed condition of the mucous lining of the
eustachian tube. When this tube Is inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect- hear
ing, and when it Is entirely closed, deafness is
the result, and unless the Inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out oi ten are cauea Dy catarrn,
which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of
the mucous surf aoes.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case
of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
lars; tree. . Jtr. j. cuttwitY s uo.,
Sold by druggists; 7 cents. -
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
'ess expenditure, by more " promptly
adapting the world's best products to
me neeus oi pnysicai uemg, win aium
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced - ia- the
remedy, Syrup, of Figs. i - w" i r
; Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial - properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of r igs is tor Sale Dy all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and beiner well informed, vou will not
accept any substitute if offered.
To the person or club returning us the largest
number oi . . . ...
GOLDEN WEST BAKING POWDER
Certificates on or before June 1, 1894, we will
give a cash prize of $100, and to the next largest
numerous other prises ranging from $5 to $75 IK
CASH. CLOSSET & DEVEH8, Portland, Or.
(1UKES WHtHE ALL ELSE FAILS.
I Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good, Us
in time. Boia py aruggiBts.
To make our own troubles the means of
helping the troubles of others is a noble
effort for good. A well-illustrated instance
of this kindly sympathy is shown in a let
ter from Mr. Enoch L. Hanscom, School
Agent, Marshfield, Me., an old Union sol
dier. He says: "It, may do somebody
some good to state I am a man of 60 and
when 40 had a bad knee and rheumatism
set in. I was lame three years and very
bad most of the time. I got tit. Jacobs Oil
and put it on three times, and it made a
cure. . I am now in good health."
No Water In Daniel Webster's.
Dr, Ellis, when a young man, was com
missioned to ' escort Mr. Webster to
Charlestown, where the orator was to de
liver his famous address on the dedica
tion of the Bunker Hill monument. On
the way over Mr. Webster inquired as
they neared the end of the bridge whether
it was possible to secure a little brandy
that the senator might have before mak
ing his great effort. The young clergy
man to whom this inquiry was addressed
in a confidential tone piloted Mr. Web
ster to the house of a Boston merchant
who lived in Charlestown.
This merchant was so embarrassed by
the honor of the great statesman's pres
ence that he brought out not one but
several decanters of the best liquor he
had in the bouse. , Mr. Webster care
fully searchedout the Vessel containing
the brandy and poured from it a drink
that today would be generally termed
"a bath", and drank the liquor in a few
complacent gulps. : The anxiously obliging-
merchant inquired of Mr. Webster
whether he would not like a glass of
water. The senator looked up calmly
and in his most magnificent tones replied
. "I thank yon, sir, but I am not thirsty.''
Tbt Gekmsa for breakfast.
Die Enameline Stove Polish; no dust no smell.
Swelling in the Neck
"Large knots of
scrofula nature came
on my wife's neck for
four years. When
she had taken two
bottles of Hood's Sar
saparilla, we , could
see the swelling was
going down. Now
the glands hare as
sumed their natural
appearance and she la
from this trouble. Our children were afflicted
with spells of malaria every fall but this season
they have been taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and
It nas punned ineir niooa. pun tnem up, ana
they have been free from all illness this winter."
E. M. Blackburn, Oregon, Missouri.
HOOu 8 KIIIS are pureiy vegotao a, anu uo
MiBiiion. rtain r trriTS. flftlfi hvfl.11 rt mtrp-1st.
Anagreeable Laxative and NERVE TONIC.
Bold by Druggists or sent by mail. 26c. G0o
and $1.00 per package. Samples free.
TFY TTaS The Favorite TOOTH POTOM
IkW LL W for the Teeth and Bretht25o.
IF SO, YOU WILL FIND THE
BIG FOUR ROUTE
THE BEST LINE
ELEGANT DINING CARS.
Ask for Tiokets via
Big Four Route.
e. d. Mccormick, d. b. martin.
Pass. Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. A Tkt. Agt.
YUCCA ROOT SOAP.
naae oya new
proce s s iron
Yucca or Mexi
can Soap Root,
is simply na-
V e eu y
?.y for cleansing
"" and healing,
' and contains
ties peculiar t
Itself. It re
fSmm and puts it in I
trade mark KESisTEUB eene rally heal
thy condition, leaving the hair soft and smooth.
Cures all skin diseases, and removes stains, etc.,
from the silks and coarsest fabrics. Beautifies
tha comolexlon and softens the skin. At all
druggists', or Ytjcca Root Soap Co., 1155 Missioa
street, 8an Francisco, Cal. , ,
mSO.FOH A CASE IT WILL NOT CURcj. A
HOW TO SAVE MONEY.
Buy your GROCERIES and PROVISIONS of us, and we will save you money. We handle the best
roods and dpHvAr fre tn train, rtr tv,.t, w- ww n . -J. -"""w. c uajiuio niw uet)
tnan any otner nrm in the coi
new price list, which will be
srautuHieu sugar in i.vw. sacKS ior......a 60
Portland flour per barrel 2 15
Send ns a list of what you need, and we will
COHN St, CO., 146
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
(MAURI A I
a little now and then
in removing offend
ing: matter from the -stomach
and you . thereby
avoid a multitude
of distressing de
rangements and dis
eases, and will have
less frequent need
of your . doctor's
agents for this pur-
pose, - Dr. , Pierce '
Pleasant Pellets are
the best. Ones -used,
they are al
ways in favor
Their secondary ef
fect is to keep the
bowels open and
regular, not to fur
ther constipate, as
is the case with
ther pills. Hence, their great popularity
with sufferers from habitual constipation,
piles and their attendant discomfort and
manifold derangements. The "Pellets"
are purely vegetable and perfectly harmless
in any condition of the system. No care it
required while using them; they do not
interfere with the diet, habits or occupa
tion, and produce no pain, griping or shock
to the system. They act in a mild, easy and
natural way and there is no reaction after- -
ward. Their help lasts.
The Pellets cure biliousness, sick and
bilious headache, dizziness, costiveness, or
constipation, sour stomach, loss of appetite,
coated tongue, indigestion, or dyspepsia,
windy belchings, "heartburn, " pam and
distress after eating, and kindred derange
ments of the liver, stomach and bowels.
In proof of their superior excellence, it can
be truthfully said, that they are always
adopted as a household remedy after the '
first trial. Put up in sealed, glass vials,
therefore always fresh and reliable. One -little
"Pellet" is a laxative, two are niildy
cathartic. As a " dinner pill," to promote
digestion, or to relieve distress from over
eating, take one after dinner. They are
tiny, sugar-coated granules; any child will
readily take them.
Accept no substitute that may be recom
mended to be "just as good." It may be
better for the dealer, because of paying him
a better profit, but he is not the one who '
needs help. : ' " , :
51 CUrtS? 18 THE BEST.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
T can ists money by wearlag tk '
VT. I.. Donelas $3.00 Shoe.
Because-, w an the largest manufacturers at
shls gradsef shoes la the world, and guaranto tkslr
vain by stamping tha nam and price ea tha
bottom, whioh protest yon against high prices saa
tha middleman's profits. Our shoes equal custom
work In style, easy fitting and wearing qualrtKa.
W hare them sold everywhere at lower pries fee
the value given than any other make. Taka no rah.
tltota. It your dealer oauaot supply yea, we saa.
DR. HAIR'S 8trSMR
Why suffer when I will J----iJ"
send yoa Free, a full size fl.00 bottle of my
Asthma Cure, If you will simply pay express
charges on delivery. A valuable Treatise on
Asthma. Bronchitis and Hay Fever mailed free.
Dr. B.W.HAIB, S33 W.4th St. Cincinnati,
IRVING INSTITUTE Kal"
Select Boarding School for Girls. Kightasntk
year. Nineteen teachers.
For illustrated catalogue address
REV. KDW. B. CHURCH, A. M., Principal.
FOR LADIES I
100 IIC GOLD will be paid by tha Koon
Chemical Co. for any case of female weakness
that will not yield to DR. J. I. KOCH'S ANTI
SEPTIC SANATIVE POWDER. Price fl.00 per
box. For sale by all druggists.
SOOTH I NO
- FOR CHILDREN TEETHINQ
Fs sale fey all Draselats. 85 Oeate a festtla,
Wm'i Sore Friend. NeTr Falls Absolutely
Safe. Th Great K reach Emmsnatrorii Kerned v.
PnrelT TentlbU. Marvetntim Teitimnniala. Kan mw1.
Iflftt bonk "Woman Friend." aud coupon for 1 Box Free
DH. MUBAX MttDICIKE CO.,4th A Uala, ClDtlnnatl, (X
Prom Face, Neck and Arms in
five minutes with NDDK, :
without pain or inlurv to tha
skin. Send stamp for circular.
Local agents wan ted. NUDKNB
MFG. CO., Room 12, The Ten- .
dome, Portland, Or.
MOTIVE POWER I
ULCDPIN CO CAS and
PALKR k LEY, Sal Francisco, Cal. ana Portlana, Of.
tT. P. N. TJ. No. 5668. F. N. V. No. 648
boa."- .WebnTnase1l 'or spot cash, and sell goods cheaper
Slnw U Vou.r nme nd "re, and we will mail you our
e out soon. We offer to-day :
Best coal oil per case .. . . i (w
Arbnckle's .nftn nor Si ,
malm im, ii.i rVi, a tX"'-i .
you special prices. Address vonr nrdm-a in
Front Street, Portland, Or.
DO YOU FEEL BAD? DOES YOUJS BACK
ache? Does every step seem a burden? Yon npprl
MOORE'S REVEALED REMEDY.