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The most Careful Housewife
will use no other.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 108 WALL ST., NEW-YORK.
EGOTISTICAL, BUT ARTISTIC.
Mt. Paris' Statue of Franoe Presenting; the
New Century to the World.
The most beautiful as well as the most
egotistioal bit of statuary that has been
unveiled in Franoe In many n day Is a co
lossal ' bronze
group called "The
ing to the World
the New Centu
ry." The repub
Iio is represen ted,
aa usual, by the
of u woman, while
the new century
is typified by the
infant in her
U''.;.' arms. Both fig-
A'.and the-group is
about seven feet
in hoight. . The
statue was recent
ly unveiled in the
French town of
and has at
tracted a great
deal of attention
among lovers of
The statue is
the work of M.
Paris, a French
. THE STATUE. sculntor whose ex-.
hlbits ocoupiod deservedly prominent posl-.
tlons at the World's fair in Chicago and
were greatly admired by visitors to the
French seotion of the Fine Arts nalace.
After the close of the fair they were given
honored places in some of the leading art
galleries of the country.
That France Is a groat country no one
f will denv. but it roauires a stretch of the
imagination to discover her right, or the
right of any other country, for that mat
ter, to usurp the functions of Father Time
veven in a group of statuary. While the
idea Is somewhat too fanoiful and egotis
tical to win the favor of soulptors and art
lovers of othor countries, it will do very
well for homo exhibition. Divested of its
presumptuous idea and viewed simply as a
work of art, tho statue cannot fail to add
materially to the already high reputation
of M, Parifl. 1 . . . . .
How Indians Made Maple Sugar.
Ever since the, Indians in the section now
known as Fletcher discovered "honey" in
" the maple trees that district has been known
. far and wide as the heart of the Vermont
maple sugar country. The way the red man
extracted the delicious compound was some
what slow as compared with the present
process. He used to cut a slanting gash in
the bark and insert in .the lower end a
gauge shaped piece of wood, from which
the sap ran and dropped into a poplar or
basswood trough. At the end of the season
. these troughs would be Bet up against the
" trees and left until the following season, by
which time the troughs would be thorough
This materially added to the flavor of the
aboriginal sugar, but can hardly be said to
have improved it. The evaporator of those
times consisted of an iron kettle swung
from a sapling bent over a stump. By
a slow and tedious process the sap was
first heated and then boiled in this kettle,
often taking two or three days' boiling be
fore it could be sugared off. This was the
way in which the redskins and the early
Vermonters eked out a "sweetnin" to their
tea and johnny cake. Burlington Free
An Influential Newspaper
At Prince Albert, a remote but busy vil
lage in the Canadian northwest, a weekly
newspaper is, or recently was, regularly
published in the handwriting of Its pro
prietor, editor, reporter, advertising agent
and printer, the five being one man. He
adorned his lively 4-page sheet with carica
tures rudely copied from comio papers and
decorated his horse and stock "ads" with
rough cuts. :"
The paper appeared in purple ink from a
gelatin copying press or hektograph,'and
its editorials and local news were usually
so clearly presented that the little journal
was influential in the territories, read with
avidity in the newspaper offices of eastern
Canada and constantly quoted as an au
thority. Youth'sCompanion. -
JOHN BOYD THACHER A WITNESS
He Fully Verlflesa Disputed World's
John Boyd Thacher is laconic and de
cisive in his statements. During the
lively campaign just closed in New York
this marked him especially as Chairman
of the Democratic State Committee.. It
was equally true, of him as Chairman Of
the Executive Conimittee on Awards at
the World's Fair. This is, the positive
and sententious way in which he verifies
in an official letter the honors won by
Dr. Price's Baking Powder: "I here
with inclose you an official copy of your
award, which in' due time. will be in
scribed in the diploma and forwarded."
Thus the question respecting the award,
raised by an envious New York rival, is
settled beyond cavil. This same rival, by
the way, is widely advertising an award
for itself. The official records prove this
claim wholly fah-e, as they show the New
York pretender was not so much as an
exhibitor at the World's Fair.
after elaborate com
petitive tests made
under authority of
. Congress by the
Chief Chemist of the
United States Agri-.
Superior to all
other Baking Pow
ders in Leaven
A WOMAN'S HEART.
ONE DISEASE THAT BAFFLES
The Story of a Woman Who Suffered
for Nine Long- Years How She Was
Cured.' - - - - -
Valvulardisease of the heart has al
ways been considered incurable. The
following interview therefore will interest
the medical profession since it describes
the successful use of a new treatment for
this disease. The patient is Mrs. George
Archer of Clifton, JN. J., and this publi
cation by the, Ncwa is the first; mention
made of the case by any newspaper. "All
physicians consulted pronounced the
patient suffering with valvular disease
of the heart and treated her without the
slightest relief. Mrs. Archer said: "I
could not walk across the floor ; neither
could I go up stairs without stopping to
let the pain in my chest and left: arm
cease. . I felt an awful constriction about
my arm and chest as though I were tied
with ropes. Then there was a terrible
noise at my right ear like the labored
breathing of some great animal. I have
often turned expecting, to see some crea
ture at my side.
: " Last July," continued Mrs. Archer,
"I was at Springfield, Mass., visiting.
and my mother showed me an account
in the Springfield Examiner, telling' of
the wonderful cures effected by the use
of ur. Williams' rink Fills lor rale Peo
ple. My mother '-urged me to try 'the
pills and on November 25th last I bought
a box and began taking them, and I have
taken them ever since, except for a short
interval. The first box-did not seem to
benefit me, but 1 persevered encouraged
by tllte requests of my relatives. After
beginning on the secoiffl box, to my won
der, the noise at my right ear ceased en
tirely. I kept right on and the. distress
that I used to feel in my chest and arm
gradually 'disappeared. The blood has
returned to my face, lips and ears, which
were entirely devoid of color, and I feel
well and strong again. V -
" My Bon, too, had been troubled with
gastritis and I induced him to try the
Pink Pills with great benefit. I feel that
everybody ought to know of my wonder
ful cure and I bless God that 1 have
found something that has given me this
great relief." - 4
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are now given
to the public as an unfailing blood
builder and nerve restorer, curing all
forms of weakness arising from a watery
condition of the blood or shattered
nerves, two fruitful causes of most every
ill that flesh is heir to. These pills are
also a specific for the troubles peculiar
to females, such ' as suppressions, all
forms of weakness, chronic constipation,
bearing down pains, etc., and in the case
of men will give flpeedy relief and effect
a permanent cure in "all cases arising
from mental worry, overwork or excesses
of whatever nature. . The pills are sold
by all dealers or will be sent postpaid
on receipt of price, .(50 cents a box or 6
boxes for $2.50 they are never sold in
bulk or by the 100) by addressing Dr.
Williams' Medicine Company, Schenec
tady, N. Y. v , r"; ': ; '
A High Stool For the Kitchen.
Every well appointed kitchen should con
tain at least one office stool, such as are
used by clerks who write at high desks.
It allows mistress or maid to work as read
ily sitting as standing at various employ
ments, without that wearisome ge'stufe" of
stretching up the arms to a, level with a
table or ironing board,. Another Impor
tant advantage is that the tect rest upon
its rounds, and thus remove the weight of
the body from them. This in itself is more
comfortable and refreshing than women
are accustomed to consider. Exchange.1.,
Bacon Nearly as Good as Butter. ' ';"
Next to sweet, fresh butter, as a digest-,
ible fat, comes bacon, which, when deli
cately broiled, is as delicious as it is nutri-;
tious. It is said to be the process of curing
that changes pork which in Its fresh -stato
is so hard for a delicate stomach to assimt-'
late. The fiber is so close that the digestive
fluids do not readily act upon it. Mrs. Abel,
who is an authority on the chemistry of
foods, says, "Bacon has come to rival cod
liver oil as a cure for consumption. "
" A Well Known Woman Writers" -'
Mrs. Eva Wilder McGlasson is one of the
most remarkable women of the age. Not
only is she remarkable for her brilliancy,
but on account of her extreme youth and
the ease with which she has attained the
pinnacle of fame. . Mrs. McGlasson is stiil
less thqn 24, and yet she has written and
published two successful books. She is pe
tite and pretty and exhibits the fresh, in
genuous charm.bf an extremely bright
schoolgirl. Exchange. J. ; ."'
Howttraan Oil Paintings. 1 V
', If oil paintings have ifcen soiled on fly
specked, they-may be cleaned by wiping
them off with a-icloth dampened with' warm
water. Do not use . soap and do not rub
hard, but a careful washing will brighten
the colors without harming the paint iu
the least. ...
A HO09B IN A FRET.
Let the mother become sick and helpless,
and the house is all in disorder. When
both father and mother are down, you may
as well close the shutters. Order is brought
out of chaos often very easily, and Mrs
John Malin of South Butte, Mont., Febru
ary 17, 1803, found an easy way out of her
airncuities as sne writes tuns: My.nus
band and I took very bad rheumatism from
si vere colds, and mv arms were so lame I
could not raise them to help myself. I sent
at once lor a bottle of St. Jacobs U11, and
before the bottle was half empty I could
go about my work. - My husbandd 'became
ho lame tie could not get out of bed. Two
and a half bottles completely cured him. I
will always praise 8t. Jacobs Oil, and . you
may use this as you see fit." This is a clear
case 01 wnat is Dest at tne rignt moment,
and how every houshold can be, made
happy where pain abounds. ; -.
; -JUST BEFORE RETIRING."
How to Insure Peaceful and Refreshing
Slumber and a Sweet Mouth.'
A warm bath, a light' lunch and a
clean mouth before retiring are good
things to take. They promote 6leep and
a '-'clean" tongue in the morning.- What
this lunch should.be the consumer must
decide. . The juice of a couple of oranges.
half . a grape fruit, a cup of 'tea with
dry toast,, a sandwich and glass Of ale,
cup of hot bouillon, biscuit arid a glass
of sherry, crackers with milk and vichy,
or a bowl of bread and milk is the
choice of as many different people, all
healthy and handsome..- rr -
The best thing in the morning after a
cold plujiga or; sponge bath is a cup. of
hot, tea or coffee with a little? lemon
juioe.. The earlier this draft istfaiken
the better. It should precede the break
fast by at least half an hour. This, is
prime for the alimentary canal." It is a
comfort to - the" Stomach, and' puts the
digestive organs in order. A our) of hot
milk is also prescribed, and even hot
water the first ; thing in the morning is
not bad. '.. .For anything but the.abusiye
cup of cold water the poor stomach will
be grateful. If an appetite for breakfast
i-j .t, i: ji...' '1'
is wanieu, ami wie umtj poriiiii., taue u
walk 'to the' corner,' alone, inhaling and
forcibly exhaling the air through the
nostrils. No $10 cure in therapeutics
can oompare with this. New York
World. . -. .-' .,-' ......
! For Modern Cooking;'- :
: As a matter of useful information it
may je stated that whenever a co6king
receipt, calls for a Jaaking powder the
" Royal" should be' used', ' The receipt
will-be found to work better and surer
and the . bread, biscuit,' rolls, cakes.
dumplings, crusts, puddings, crullers or
wnaiever maae win pe prouuceo, sweecer,
hunter, hher flavored, more dainty, pal
atable and wholesome. Besides the
"Royal "...will go further or has greater
leavening power, and is therefore more
economical than any otner powaer.
Many receipts as. published still call
for -cream of, -tartar and soda, the oid-
fashioned wav of raisings Modern cook
ing and ex pert' cooks do notsanction this
old way.. Iri'all such receipts the Royal
Baking Powder should -be substituted
without fail.'. . ... -.
'The greatest adepts in the culinary
artafe particular to use the Royal only,
and the authors of the most ; popular-
cook books and the teachers of 'the, sue
cesstui cooking schools, with whom ;the
best 'results are imperative, are careful
to 'impress: their. readers and pupils with
the importance of its exclusive! .employ,;
menU . . . .-- ' . '.
The Royal Baking Powder is the great
est help of modern times to perfect cook
ing, and every receipt requiring a quick'-'
raising' ingredient should embody it, . ;;
Letters Five Hundred Tears Old. -
; Ancient specimens of letters are
shown in the : Hof ' museum ' at Vienna."
One is dated 1896: It consists of a large"
sheet of ribbed white paper 'folded in
three. A band of,, paper was passed
round the outside and through a slit in
one edge, being then fastened with soft
wax. A small piece of thin paper was
laid on the wax and the seal pressed on
the paper, hot- directly on the wax. .A,
somewhat similar arrangement is found
in a letter of the year 1446, which was
written by the- town counselor of Mu;
nich to the burgomaster' of Rastenburg
in: the Tyrol, in order to obtaiii informa
tion concerning a man accused of big
amy. v lu the sixteenth century, people
in the Tyrol and Bavaria used bands of
vellum :or cords, fastened with wax.
Jjater catpe. separate round and oblong,
wafers. - The use of the encircling band
oontinued in Austria generally to 1750,
or thereabout, and probably reached this
century among conservative people. The
first envelope of the modern type in this
collectieabelongs to the year' 171 5.'
'A M'atter'of Tastej .'- '
She-But bow can fyou- think' I'm
prettwfrph'triy -hose tttrn' tip -so? J; -
He-4:Well, -all I VhaVe to sny 4s-hat
itBhows mighty, poor taste in backing
away jrom such a'lovely mouthV-iStand-aid,
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, . - .. .. . ,.;.,
BEFORE 1 FULL HAD-OF STEAM
Is'ratherel ty; that tremendously destructive
engine, maiarm, pnt on tne Dranes witn uostet
fer's StoniaGh Bitters, which will check Its prog
ress Mud avert disaster. CM:1 and fevryshiiious
remittent, dumb gne and aoecake'flrepro'trrt-lvi-elievea
and. ultimately cuied by this eenlal
specific, which l.s alio'a comprehensive. Jamil):,
biliousness, constipation, -sick hgndache', ner--voHsness,.rhenmatism
and neuralgia. .Against
the liuriful effe ts of sudden changes of tm
neratiir'ei exno-tire In wet weather, close flDDli-
CHtiori to lab&rtous mental pursuits and other
lniiueuce prejudicial to neann u .is; .m.0. t
trustworthy safeguard. It fortifies the system
aeaiiist disease, promotes" apretite1 and sleep,
and haitens convale-cence af ter debilitating and
nosn-wdstunj diseases, -j c - ...-4t.,r.-.v,.,',
Miss Snobbles And so on met Lord Faddlhg
toh? Gariby 1 did. ' Miss' Bnobbles And how
did he strike you? Cad by (pensively) ... For 0.
"( f, A '.HOUSEHOLD REMEDY,'
: , -
' Alicock's Pobotjs Plastkes are the only
reliable plasters ever produced , F. agrant,
clean, inexpensive and never failing, they
fully meet all the requirements of a house
hold remedy, and should always be kept
on band. ' For the relief and cure'ojf weak
back, weak muscles, lameness, stiff or en
larged joints, pains in the chest, small of
the back and around the hips,, strains,
stitches and all local pains Allcock'b Poe
ous Plastbks are unequaled.
Ask for AllIjock's, and let no solicitation
or explanation induce you to accept a sub
stitute. . . , -' i ....
Bbandbeth's Pills avert disease.
i ..... , .
When a woman's face is her fortune, nine
times out of ten she will die a pauper. - .- -
The firm of E. L. a. Steele & Co. of Ban
Francisoo secured by su cession the prop
erty in a trade mark known as " Diamond
L," which had been patented in 1871 by C
Adolph Low & Co. Under that brand and
trade mark E. L. Qt. Steele & Co. had sold a
tea which had become known far and wide
for its excellence and in which they had
built up a heavy trade. In 1888 the sales of
the tea had fallen off so heavily, that the
firm set an inquiry afoot and discovered
that Lievre, Frick &, Co. of San Francisco
were selling a spurious tea under that brand
E. L. 'G. Steele & Co. compelled them to
confess and to promise not to repeat the of
fense. They appear not to have kept their
agreement, however, as this week E. L. G
Steele & Co. brought an action against the
same firm, alleging infringement and de
manding 50,000 damages. All honest deal
ers who have built up a business on fair
dealing will lend their moral support to the
punishment of all such rascality as this;
Men who confess their own lack of ability
by endeavoring dishonestly to prosper at
the expense of more worthy and successful
men, -and at, the same time defraud the
community, are enemies of the community
and, of . all. honest merchants. '' E. L. G.
Steele. & Co. have always been one of the
sound and trustworthy institutions of San
Francisco, and so long as they had a fair
field they could not do otherwise than pros
per. A stab in the back; however, is a form
of., competition in which their integrity
does not jpermit them to embark,' and their
only recourse is expensive and annoying
litigation to protect themselves -:'
NEW" WAY BA8T--NO, DUST.
Go East, from Port land, Pendletoa , Wall a
Walla' via O; K. .& N; :ib Spokane' and Great
Northern Railway to Montana, DakOtas, St.
Paul, Minneapolis. Chicago, Omaha, St
Louis, East'and South. Rock-ballast track ;
hne scenerv: neweauiment Great North
ern Palace. Sleepers" and. Diners; Family
Tourist Cars:-. Buffet-Library Cars. Write
C.-G. Donovan, General -Agent, Portland
rAnnn' A v t i,' i,; ti d j, t a
lKAl,, IS, Jl." 1, T, lllUllJ', VJ. X . UC 1. . At
St. PaulMinn., for printed matter and in-
rormation aDo:it rates, routes, etc. -
THE PORTLAND VQCAI.- FOI-IO
Of thirty-nine selected Songs, by mail, 50
cents. - (Stamps' taken.)' Address Wiley
iSi.ALLEjt uo., ail a irst tst Portland, ur.
' A "'NEW CATALOGUE."'
The Sunset Seed and Plant Co., San Fran-,
oisco, the leading hursery firm oil this coast,
b as in press a Fruit Tree Catalogue arid Price
List-that will be of great interest..- It is
handsomely illustrated and printed in clear
type on good paper,, uopies can be nad on
application. S. F'. ' Commercial '"' Newt and
Shipping Last, December IS. .; t i
- CATARRH. CANNOT - BEi CURED
With' L6dAt, AP'pLICAtlONS.'as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is a blood
or constitutional disease, and In order to cure It
vou muse talte internal rememes. Mftl 'a i;a-
tarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and acts dlreotts'
on tne oioou ana mucous surijices; nau'i u.
tarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. Jt wsb pr&
scribed by one of the best pKVslohths in this
country for,years, and Is a rogiilaniprBPorlption.
It, Is composed of the best tonics ipawn, comi
bined wltn the best blood turifl&rs, ictfo di
rectly on the mucous-' snTfriees. '' 'f'ne'$e?fct
comoination oi tne iwe ingreaients lg wnat pro
duces such. wonderful results in curing catarrh.
QCUU lor lesiimoinais, iree. . . .
' - F. J. CHKXKY Cot.- Props,, j-,.
. Spld hy druggists; firice, 76 cents. ' . '
Oso Enamelllie Steve Polish; no dust bo smell.
'- "' ,!',
. ibt wkbmia laar ereaKiaao,
; 1 Golden iVledical
Cares Ninety-eight per cent.' of- ift
'.'cases of Consumption, In all, Its
. Earlier Stages. . t. , ; '. .. " ;
' Although by many, belipued to be incura
ble, there is the evidence f hundreds of
living witnessesto the fat that, in all its
earlier "stages, constimbtron is a! .curable
disease:' Not every case,: but o large per
centage of cases, and we believe, Jt(il pS
per cent, are cured Dy Ur. Pierce's tiolaeff
Medical Discovery, even after the disease
has progressed so far as to induce ..repeater;
uieeuings irum luc iung, severe lingering
cough with copious' expectoration (includ
ing tubercular matter), treat loss of flesh
and extreme emaciation and weakness.'' V
Do you doubt that htindreds'bf suc'h'cases
reported to us as cured by.'i.Golden , Med
ical uiscovery" were genuine cases, ot tuat
dread and fatal disease ? You need not take
our word for it. The V have, in fiearl v every
.instance, been: so pvonouticed by .the best
ana most-icxpenenceci.,ii.oiue puysiuianu,
who have no interest whatever in-.mis-"
representing thetn, -and who were often
strongly prejudiced and "advised against
a trial of . .' ' Golden Medicaid Discovery,"-
but who have, b.een forced to. confess;that,
it surpasses, in curative power oyer this
fatal maladv.- aH- other medicines with
which thev are acauainted.ii: Niastv;.Cod-'
b4iver pT and. its filthy-" eniulsioji" . and
mixtures, nau oeen vrieu in ne.cuiy uii iucsc
icases and had either.utterly failed ta beueV
fit, or had onlyseeniedlo beiieht a.liuilpr,
a short .ti'nje. .xtfaq't' bf.- tftsJt, whiskey,
and various nrerjaratioliS' of the livobbuosV
jHites had also beett faithfully tried in-yain.,
Tne- pnotograpns ot a iarge liumoer or
those cured of consumotiori, .bronchitis,:
catarrn ana Kinarea majaaies. nave oeen
Skillfully reproduced in a book of "i5o
pages which will te mailea to you, on re.
ceipt- of addr'es-and si cents in stamps,
j Address;' for 'Bofik,. World's Dispensary
Medical Association,!;Bnffalo, N.'Vi-" ''-;'..'
Uttarrh... I induced him oTwnCtffME
smell all left him. ffe ap-
nn.ra a well an ami fln.-l
J.' C. Olmstead, 'Ar6ota, Ill$uM
EtY'S CREAM BALM Opens and cleanses
the Nasal Passage''', Allays Pain and In fin mm a
tion, Heals the Sores, Protects, the Membrane
from colds. Restores the Sens-es of Taste and
Smell. The Balm is quickly absorbed and gives
reuei ai once. --- --.- - . ' , ,- -
A particle is applied Into each nostril, arid is
agreeable Price, 60 cents at-JDruegists' or by
mail. . ELY BROTHERS,
-V i . 66 Warren Street, New -York. .
i :.-i; tHt-.i wnr. il- a:.i rip rAi .1. ..
111 lllllH. Olllll uy uruKKiBiB.
try Ely's Cream Palm, and Wf
suffered with indigestion. Food dis
tressed me very much. I took Hood's Sur
saparilla after meals, and before one bottle
was gone I could eat heartily without dis
tress. I have recom
mended' Hood's- Sar
aaparilla to many. I
never heard of its
failure to cure: Re
cently our station
agent had the grip.
After he was able to
get up. he had a dis
in his head. He said
Slr John Bennett stove, and he was un
able to perform his duties. He took Hood 's
Sarsapaiilla, and after using one and a half
bottles he was fully cured.' Truly, there is
no humbug about' Hood's Sarsaparilla.'..
John Bennett, Sunnian, Ind. :' -. '
: This statement is corroborated by Bigney
& Co., druggists, gunman, JndL
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, perfect
ly harmless,' always reliable and beneficial.: V
S50. FOR A.CASE IT WILL NOT CUBE!- M
. , , -i j nnnim mnATTII ...
Bold by Druggists or sent by maiL 2c..60o .
, and $1.00 per package. Samples free.
Vfrt "ITfrt' The Favorite SOOTH PCWSS8
ls:. pot inherited. tt : develpps
only wlien lpngs are weak,
and the system run down.
,th QTpX pt lCoaivev Oil,
often cjire ( ConsUriiption In ;
Its early' stages and always
prevents It. Coughing !is
stoppad, tungs stre strength
ened, and th system uilt,
.pi:;'ljti!eidng,'th tf. world
over, . endqrse i it. :
:..'';i)oTIi8' dsesi j 6 siisflfutjs!
i PrearM br Seett lira, Mi.fr ; AH Prqwittsi j
;; DR. LIE8IG & CO.,
A Special Doctors for Chranlci Private
'':l.fM Wasting Diseases, . V.
i. Dr, Liehig's Jpyigbrator the" fleetest remedy for
Henjlnat veaKneas,- lAtsn or mani.ooa -tiitu -rivaie
DWasfes, Overcomes Fnsracitreness and prepares
all for mrrlage,life',Sj(lniiefl, pleasures and respon
sibilities: 1 trial bMtle rffven dr ent free to, any":
one describing symptoms; call or addles 400 Gkary
8f, private entrance 406 Mnson St., San Francisco.
Gas or '
-"'' '. ' .I'.l'ff -"'Lfi -''-f "v.
A Positive Power. ' Requires NO Licensed Engl
i -. . . -nerv, your Ife Can Rim it. -1
PALMES & EET, Sai,rianciscor (!ali and -PorUand, Or.
' ' No Batterie or Elected Spark.
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SOU CHSLBRKN' TiEETHI WO
sel leg til SnrfbU. 86atafctVW
- Bread made with
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It' 'on the khatiiifftctnters' gruafante'e. OUdSSET
BEST IN THE WORLD. t
outlasting two boxes of any othtr brands Free
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new price 1 st, w
Best brands of flour per barrel 2 16
Bend us a list or what you need, and w will
MARK L. COHN CO. 146
Plft'rliQi' Llfiuaft nnfl CIol am
The Divine Influence of Home is In
Your Keeping. It Is a Sacred Trust.
If you wlirjemember that
Is a disease, and will use your lovlDg InflueDoc
to have the Patient take a Cure, tht re will b
Suuliliie where Sorrow now dwells.
THE FITTZ CURE
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The Cure Guaranteed. ,
!':price, 25.66; y.'.j1;.. C '
,y ' N- STONE &. CO.,
' " ' Room 7, Flood Building, 8. F., Cal., .
;' General, Agents. fqr.Paciflc Coast.
BAKER & GO.
The Jargest Manufacturers of
RE,. HIGH GRADE
COCOAS AND CHOCOLATES
On this Continent, hare received
, : from toe gnat
Industrial and Food
inlito the Dutch Procees, no Alka-
i ov ocner cnemicaia or uye nro
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xneirueiicioua jjrtiA'ivc'Asr UUDUA l aDsotuieiy '
pure and soluble, and cosit less than one cant a cup.
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Hold.by.all Druggists. ' Price, E0 cents.
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Doubtful Seeds alone, best
are easy to get, snd cost no
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Always the best. Known
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eent t ree, liet it. Aaaress
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if you use the Petnlura j
Incubators A Brooders. I
Make money, while!
otners are wasting i
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Catalog teli sail about
it. and describes every
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Atrenta. Bicycle cata
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full description. prfces' etc.AOENTS wanted.
FETAUJMA nrCUBATOR CO.,Petalnma,Cal.
Branch Housb, 231 S Main St., Los Angeles.
, Matnhood restored, 1
. The life germ
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plants and flowers;,
it gives visor,,
power and size to
the vital organs of:
man. - a- !
Awdphy, Sexual ..
Surely cured by
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Easy to carry im
Price $1, Sixfor$
Sent in plain
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all Druggists.- ; . -
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In Medical Science:
The only acknowl
'..a New York
EVEBY'-MARRISD W0S(AN SHOULD KNOW
that "'SEIUUUQ'' is the, greatest boon to them
ifver, discovered.. .Alldtngfefets. Price $1.60 and
ISper'bbif. Eery Boit giiftanieed. Send 2-cent :
stamp to WILBUR BAFETY PACKET CO. for
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f, K. TT. No. 678 --8; F. N. TT. No. f 65
.; J)0 YOTJi EEEL $AP? .PpSi.YOUK BACK
,.;ach? Does every step seenj'jt Mi fieri? You need
MOORE'S REVEALED REMEDY.
Arbuctles coffee1 "per bo'Snd : 22W
make you special prices. Address your orders te
Front Street, Portland, Or. -