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Be on your Guard.
If some grocers urge another baking
powder upon you in place of the "Royal," "
it is because of the greater profit upon it.
This of itself is evidence of the supe
; riority 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
wholesome food, be sure that no substi-
tute for Royal Baking Powder is accepted
Nothing can be substituted for
the Royal Baking Powder
and give as good results.
Decorated Prayer Book.
' trayer oooks are a iaa tnis season,
especially those for youthful brides. A
beautiful volume containing four origi
nal sonnets done in antique silver letter-
' tag upon rougn eagea parcnment nas a
center piece upon the outside of old
Flemish lace, bordered with small imi
tation pearls. Orange buds and leaves
are embroidered in groups on both sides
of the white satin cover and silver filigree
protectors lap over the corners. The
richest covers for brides' prayer books,
which contain only the marriage service,
are of moire or silk, suede kid, or of
wiulu nuiiu, uiuire ur en uuruuruy. 1UB
last named material admits of but little
. embroidery, and this appears at the cor-
111 ( uiuu u .... u.u.a ... uii i tuatu
the center of the cover in front. The re
verse has the date of the marriage also
in silver lettering. For covers of white
satin or moire narrow borders of ecclesi
astical couching in silver thread and ec
clesiastical silk are used.- ,
The City and the Country Dade.
A city dude seldom does anything
, worth chronicling, for he is universally
. regaraea as empty neaaea, incapable r
even arousing genuine curiosity. But a
country dude well, he is pretty cer-
. v : . ; - rr l -
ram bis ujbciauugi uua ia at Eptvl-
imen: A Buckfield young man recently
tried to lift his carriage out of the mnd
witila Qrunrlinr nn fln orln arn. anil.
ing his shoes. Bar Harbor Record.
: Why Children Are Always Doing, Thing.
Temptation, which is continual to
children because everything, is new to
them, is nothing else than tie force of
an idea and the motive impulse that ac
companies it. Alfred Fouillee in Popu
lar Science Monthly
An Eager and a Nipping Wind,
A continuous down pour of, rain, inclem
ent weather, generally in winter and
spring, are unfavorable to all classes of in
valids. But warmth and activity infused
into the circulation counteracts these in
fluences and interpose a defense against
them. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, most
thorough and effective of stomachics and
ton:cs, not only enriches the bl od, "but
accelerates its circulation. For a chill, or
premonitory symptoms of rheumatism
find IriHt.Atr rnmnlnint naiHin latlr nMua.
lent at these seasons, it is toe best possible
remedy. It is also invaluable for dyspep
sia, liver oom plaint, constipation and ner
vousness. Never set out on a winter or
spring journey without it. Elder.'y per
sons una the delicate and convalescent are
greatly aided by it.
" V J f , v.wu.c.j pv.w
"Mv f'irnce," anil the man who keeps housev
"is out of sight." "So ia miue," replied another,
"out i f anthracite."
A general banking business is donrby
the human system, because the blood de
posits in its vaults whatever wealth we may
gain from day to day. This wealth is laid!
up against "a rainy day " as a reserve: ffant
we're in a condition of healthy prosperity
if we have laid away sufficient capital to
draw upon in the hour of our greatest need.
There is danger in getting thin, because-il's:
a sign of letting down in health. Tagaim
in blood is nearly always to gain in miolt
some flesh. Jhe odds are in favor oil tlie
germs of consumption, grip, or pneumoniae
If our liver be inactive and our blood' itnv
pure, or if our flesh be reduced below a
healthy standard. What is require is an,
increase in our germ-fighting strength. Dr..
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery enriches
the blood and makes it wholesome, stops
the waste of tissue and at the same time
builds up the strength. A medicine which
will rid the blood of its poisons, cleanse and
invigorate the great organs of the body,
vitalize the system, thrill the whole being
with new energy and make permanent work
of it, is surely a remedy of great value. But
when we make a positive statement that 98
per cent, of all cases of consumption can, if
taken in the early stages of the disease, be
cured with the Discovery," it seemslike
a bold assertion. All Dr. Pierce asks is that
you make a thorough investigation and
satisfy yourself of the truth of his assertion.
By sending to the World's Dispensary Med
ical Association, Buffalo, N. Y., you can get
a free book with the names, addresses and
photographs of a large number of those
cured of throat, bronchial and lung diseases.
as well as of skin and scrofulous affections
bvthe "Golden Medical Discovery. " They
also publish a book of 160 pages, being a j
medical treatise on consumption, bronchitis, i!
asthma, catarrh, which will be mailed on
receipt of address and six cents in stamps.
Royalty and Mustaches. '
It has been remarked that in addition
to her other personal attf actions the in
f anta is in possession of what the French
call leger duvet, or, in plain English, the
down upon the upper lip. American
women, more particularly those whose
associations and observations have been
confined to their native land, have come
to look upon the leger duvet as some
thing unfeminine and unattractive. It
Is rather a distinctive matter of pride,
however, to the beauties of the Latin
nations, and is taken, moreover, as a
"badge of strength of character and an
indication of self reliance without as
suming the .coarser vigor of masculinity,
When Borne was in its "most high
;and palmy state," the women of the re
fined and cultured set affected not only
the down on the lip, but a hirsute growth
on the face. They resorted to artificial
means and smeared ointment over their
cheeks to stimulate the growth of hair,
Cicero says that the practice became so
universal that a law was passed against
it. The Greeks also were affected in the
same manner and gave their Cypriari
Venus a beard to enhance her good looks.
New York World.
Driven to the Rouge Pot.
Savs a correspondent: I lost my com
;plexion very young, grew sallow, and in
order to remedy this pumpkinlike mask
I took to rouging. It was a success.
f eople began to say: "flow well you
lookl Such a fine color." I pride my
self on the fact that I have an exceed
ingly finished touch. I never left my
mirror without giving my face, the most
careful scrutiny. I learned to shade off
the edges until I really believe that my
homemade flush was prettier than a good
many going the rounds that were per
fectly natural, for it never spread over
my chin, nose and forehead. .
One day I heard a woman lecture on
the evils of painting the cheeks. I went
home, threw my box of carmine in the
.fire and resolved that I would be natural
.at all hazards. In a few days I began to
bo greeted with commiserating glances.
Friends asked if I were ill. "You, look
so fagged. Must be something the mat
ter." I stood it as long as I could, when
back to my rouge I went, and I shall not
'desert it for anything more natural un
less it be to adopt beet juice, which, 1
hear, is not only a beautifier, but a tonic
.for the skin as well.
' v r A Bridal Scrapbook.
A bridal scrapbopk is novel and adds
imuch to the merriment of the occasion.
It is of course bound in white vellum,
with the monogram of the bride and
groom and the date in silver. There is
space for the certificate made out by the
officiating clergyman, which is to be
signed by each and every guest. It may
be placed in charge of one of the ushers
and should rest on a cushion of white on
a table large enough to hold a massive
silver inkstand and penrack. One of the
prettiest spectacular effects of the affair
is the sight of the bride signing her new
name for the first time.
The book also contains spaces for the
photographs of the entire bridal party
as well as for bits of the gowns worn.
Just before the departure of the1 happy
couple a maid might carry around a sil
ver bowl full of rice, so that each guest
may shower the departing bride with
the emblem of prosperity. The last de
tail, although its preparation may ante
date others, is the writing of the mar
riage notice for the press. New York
A 6OUBLE BACK-SOMERSAULT.
A Baking Powder Company Was Too
t ... Hasty in Its Claims.
. A Chicago baking powder concern, ad
vertising far and near that its product
received the highest award for strength,
parity and excellence at the Chicago
World's Fair, has been obliged to take a
double somersault backward. Mr. John
Boyd Thatcher, chairman of the Agri
cultural Awards, has written a letter to
tine said Chicago concern showing it
that its advertising statements, speaking
mildly, are incorrect, while the Judge of
Awards on Baking Powders sends an
other in which he brands the claim of
the pretenders as false in the most un
mistakable language. Since, comes the
second exposure to the effect that this
bating powder, for which these spurious
claims have been made, was actually
f0U1 by the Exposition chemists who
analysed it, to contain ammonia I Is
this tie reason that the commissioners
declined to give it an award for purity
$nd whalesomenesiT . ;
Cleanliness Saves Life,
With the approach of hot weather the
question of clean, healthy surroundings
( 13 one that must command the attention
of every one, and especially in view of
the fact that reports have been published
that cholera can always be prevented by
keeping things clean.. The physician
should be the preacher of cleanliness, for
cleanliness saves more lives than all of
the drugs known to us. This includes
body cleanliness as well as that of sur
roundings. Use water, deodorizers and
disinfectants steadily through the hot
season. There is a sanitary condition of
our bodies as well as our surroundings.
Bad matter is continually exuding from
the pores of the skin, and if this is not
washed off frequently it will become the
breeding place for disease germs. Fatal
germs are in dust dirt and particles that
float in the air. These cling to the body,
and under the warmth of the heat from
the body they multiply.
Many who are filthy get infectious dis
eases, while those who are clean escape.
It is the safest protection that one can
obtain to surround the body with a clean
skin. Our surroundings must also be
clean, sweet and pure. Filth creates in
fectious atmospheric conditions that baf
fle the wisest sanitarian, and every epi
demic begins in dirt. Decaying animal and
vegetable matter, imperfectly cleansed
clothing, person or bed, are all breeding
places for diseases that may in time be
come epidemic- The physician should
work to prevent all of this, and every one
who has the good of his country in mind
should aid him in trying to keep the sur
roundings of the community clean and
sweet in hot weather. Yankee Blade.
Immigration For May. .
The immigration figures just issued by
the bureau of statistics of the treasury
department for the month of May show
a very considerable reaction in the direc
tion of increased immigration from the
falling off of last year. For the five
months ending May 81, as compared
with the corresponding period of the
previous year, there was a falling off of
40,000 and upward, and for the 11
months a falling off of 116,000. But for
the month of May, as compared with
the corresponding month of 1892, there
was a gain of 8,143. The details of the
showing are interesting. The largest
gam over last year was in Italian immi
gration, 7,692. ' The largest loss was in
German Immigration, 6,199. There was
a falling off in the immigration from
Great Britain of nearly 2,000, and a gain
in Austrian-Hungarian of 1,800. There
were considerable gains from the Nether
lands, Russia, Sweden and Norway, and
a small gam from France. The account
with Denmark and Switzerland shows
losses. The aggregate for the month was
as follows: Austria-Hungary Bohemia,
1,060; Hungary, 5,150; other Austria (ex
cept Poland), 7,833. Denmark, 1,191;
France, 691; Germany, 13,936; Italy, 17,
638; Netherlands, 2,113; Poland, 2,184;
Russia (except Poland), 11,281; Sweden
and Norway, 10,261; Switzerland, 697.
United Kingdom England and Wales,
5,634;, Scotland, 1,688; Ireland, 11,018,
All other countries, 8,011. Total, 95,385,
Detroit Free Press.
Pensions and Internal Revenue.
Texas paid last year $606,875 of inter
nal revenue taxes and received in pen
sions $905,230. South Carolina paid $71-,
812 revenue taxes and received $171,-
129 in pensions. Tennessee contributed
$1,278,862 and drew out in pensions
$2,434,508. Alabama's revenue taxes were
$106,771; her pension receipts were $400,
729. Arkansas paid $95,718.86 revenue
taxes; received in pensions, $1,470,901.77,
West Virginia's revenue tax was $807,
588.86 and was paid in pensions $2,158,-
703.12. Louisiana and Mississippi to
gether paid $734,832.29 and received
$847,552.45 in pensions.' Maryland, Dela
ware and the District of Columbia paid
$3,288,873.77 internal revenue tax and
received in pensions $4,220,890.13. Step
over into the northern states, and the
conditions are reversed. Illinois paid in
revenue tax $36,795,838 and received in
pensions $9,843,996. New York , paid
$17,670,978 revenue tax and received in
pensions -$11,762,490. The aggregate
amount of internal revenue taxes paid
by the 10 southern states ' and the Dis
trict of Columbia was $6,690,892.28, and
the receipts from the pensions were $12,
609,661.87, nearly twice as great. Cor
poral Tanner in Brooklyn Eagle. .
Had He But
Had I but saved the boodle I in other
years have blown, today I might have
had a little nest egg of my own; I might
be now well heeled ' enough to join the
the happy throng, to spend a month at
Jackson park and take my folks along.
O povertyl ' thou art indeed a ragged
man's distress! the robber thief of human
hopes ahd earthly happiness, and count
less thousands mourn today the fate one
so abhors but some have fun while oth
ers stay at home and do the chores. So
must I stay and toil for bread and miss
the great world's show, but what a mot
ley crowd thered be if every one should
go, and in a few days at the most I'm
bound to quit the fight and visit lands
beyond that beat this World's fair out
of sight. Nebraska State Journal.
; On to Mecca.
The pilgrimage to Mecca has been ex
traordinarily large this year, the total
number of pilgrims already being about
double that of last year. Over 40,000
have passed through Suez alone, and it
is estimated an equal number : have ar
rived at Mecca by overland caravans.
The usual resultant conditions of the pil
grim season favorable to epidemics have
been consequently aggravated, and the
Egyptian quarantine board has declared
all the Hedjaz littoral to be foul and ap
plied severe measures to prevent the
spread of cholera and other diseases.
Cholera has been rife at Mecca for some
time, and the number of deaths has been
The well known Berlin painter of ori
ental subjects, Von Meckel, committed
suicide after the jury for the internation
al art exhibition rejected five of his pic
tures. The artist had been suffering from
poverty during the last few years.
THE WRONG WAY.
There isa way of looking at a thing that
Is curious and wrong. The old adage,
"proof of the pudding is in eating it," is
sound sense. And another J'never con
demn before trial." In the treatment of
anything, treat it in good faith, so when
infirmities beset us, beset them with good
will and force. Thousands have in this
way overcome the worst forms of rheuma
tism by using St. Jacobs Oil. Never shrink
from what is known to be by thousands a
positive cure for this dread complaint, and
that is the thing to remove the trouble ana
solve tne aouot. ,
"Has old Tough quit smoking," Inquired one
man of another. "1 on't know whether he has
or not, but he died the other day," was the eva
DISCUSSES THE FRUIT INDUSTRY
Much favorable comment was expressed
at the Portland Fruit Convention over a
publication devoted to the fruit industry
issued by (he new competitor for Eastern
trafflo, the Great Northern Railway. This
document was handsomely printed and
illustrated and treated every feature of the
business and every fruit locality in Oregon
and Washington with perfect fairness and
trutniuiness. ay addressing v. J. Don a
van, General Agent, Portland, Or., or F.
I. Whitnev. G. P. & T. A.. G. N. Rv.. St.
Paul, Minn., and asking for the Great
Northern Fruit Bulletin, it will be sent
He I envy that man who fang the tenor solo.
sne n ny, 1 tnougnt ne naa a very poor voice.
aeao a a 1. nut just imuK 01 nis neryt 1
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 Porous
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 Kiua in tne Dace, cnest ana
sid?. Borne 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 Alloouk's
Porous Plasters, and unconscious tbat by
this very statement they acknowledge that
Allcock's Porous Piasters hold the first
place. Be sure and get the genuine.
Brandrkth's Pills always act uniformly,
Reporter Here's a story about a milk f amine,
Jia.tor uonaense it. ,;. ,
100 REWARD SIOO.
The readers of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that BCience has been able to cure
in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall';
Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure
known to the medical fraternity. .Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting -directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and giving the patient
strengtn Dy Duuaing up the constitution
and assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers, that they otter One Hun
dred Dollars for any case that it fails to
cure, cend for list ot testimonials.
AddreBS, F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O
eoia Dy .Druggists, 700.
PIANOS Hardmnn Chickering Fischer.
Low prices; easy terms. For tale by
WILEY B..ALLEN CO. (the oldest and
Largest music store), 211 First Si., Portland..
Use Enameline Stove Polish ; no dust no smell,
Try Gibhia for breakfast.
Sore Throat and Diphtheria have for
over 50 years yielded to
and they always will.
beams, sprains, cruises, uurun auu.
Cuts are also promptly cured by its
use. Popular for 50 years most pop
ular to-day-i Made only by Perry
Davis & Son, Providence, K. I.
Ely's Cream Balir
Cleanses the Nasal
Passages, Allays Pain
Restores the Senses of
Taste and Smell.
Heals the Sores. .
Apply Balm into each nostril,
Elt Bbos.. 66 Warren St., M. Y
A MILD PHYSIC. 1
ivt? -ptt.t. vnn a nnrc.
A movement of the bowola each day is accessary tot
With, These pills supply what the system lacks to
Eyes, and clear the Complexion better than cosmetics.
They neither (Tripe nor sicken. To oonvince you, w:
will mail Rimple free, or a full box for 25c. Bold every
Wbexe, MED. CO., Philadelphia. Ffc
Consumptives and people
who have weak lungs or Asth
ma, should ase Plso's Cure tot
Consumption. It has cared
thonaanda. It has not injur
ed one. It is not baa to take.
It is the best cough syrup.
Sold eTerywhere. SSe
Is essential to good health, because Ihn
blood is the vital fluid which supplies nil
the organs with life and the power to per
form their functions. 1
acts directly upon the blood, making it rich
and pure and giving it vitality and life
giving qualities. This is why Hood's Sar
saparilla Cures when all other preparations
and prescriptions fail.
" I have tried Hood's Sarsaparilla and
found it to be an excellent medicine for im
pure blood. I highly recommend it."
Famkib E. Priqhabd, Utica, N. Y.
Hood's Sarsapar i I la
Is the Great Blood Purifier.
HOOd'S PillS eairee.take'
50c ts. and
One cent a dose.
It la sold on a aruarantee bv all Hnia.
gist3. It cures Incipient Consumption
and is the best Cough and Ooup Dura.
The Best CTIHE for. Coughs, Colds and
Consumption. -- ' i
Sold by all Druggists. ' Price, 0 cents.
. . j J. E. GATES 4 CO., Proprietors,
. - 417 Sansome St., 8. F.1
JJiURE CJJfjE FOR PILES
Itching Piles known by moisture like veroptration, oaaas
intense itching- when warm. Tnis form ana Blind. Bleed
ing or Protruding Piles yield at once to """" ,
trhion acts directly on parts affected, absorbs tumori al-
J - , nnui. m V.IJUMIOJ1, Quia X TICS OUO.
man. in, uosiuuto, roUaula.t Pm.
AMERICAN TYPE FOUNQERS' CO.
. PALMER & REY BRANCH
Cor. Second and Stark Sts., Portland, Or.
1. P. N. TJ. No. 687 8. F. N. TJ. No. 664
Estab. .see. CORBITT &
bV" . mm mm m v mm
I Leave T
B Doubtful Seeds alone. The best T
Q are easy to get, and cost no
n more. Ask your dealer for m
B Always the best; 'Known M
M everywhere. Perry's Seed
M Annual for 1895 tells you M
W what, how, and when to plant. W
-. B Sent Free. Get it. Address lm
. D. M. FERRY & CO., pTP .
M : Detroit, Mich... '
IMPORTERS, SHIPPING and COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Liberal advance made on approved
consignments ol Wheat. Flour, Oats, Wool and Hops. Special imports from China, Japan and In
dia: Tea. Coffee. Rice. Mattinr and Hues. Snicea. 8nrn. TanW. China Nut n,l tn imih.
erpool:. Liverpool Fine, Coarse and Lump Rock Salt, Chemicals of all kinds, Tinplate, Belected
No. 1 returned Wheat Bags, Hop Burlap, Roll Brimstone, Bass Ale, Guinness' Porter, -Scotch and
xriou .iuibo.;, jarauuy uiu iiica, lor Baie 111 quantities 10 sun me irsae. , ruKUAAU, Urt.
" of Imitation trade
., ' marks and labels.
Ti Tni jfC I
is the whole story
tit IstrirtrCFPC CostsPmorethanother package soda never spoils
111 y lavalga9 flourniversallyacknowleedrjurestlri the world.
.( Made only by CHURCH fc C0.','ltar York. Sold by grocers everywhere.
Write for Arm and Hammer Book of valuable Reclpea-FSIX;.
H Thrw dose, only. Try it. .
HOW TO SAVE MONEY.
Boy your GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS of us, and we will save you money. We handle the best
goods and deliver free to trains or boats. W buy and ell for spot cash, and sell goods cheaper
than any other firm in the country.. , Send us your name and address, and we will mail you our
new price list, which will be out soon. We offer to day: Climax tobacco, 40 cents per pound.
D'y granulated sugar in 10-lb sacks for....... J4 761 Best ooal oil per ee....... i .;. i 80
Best brands of flour per barrel 2 IS Arbuckle's coffee per pound. 22U
wna us a ust 01 wnat yon neea, ana w will
MARK U COHN et CO. 140
Blood Is life, and upon the purity and
vitality of the blr depends the health of
the whole systeo.. The best blood puri
.This is proved beyond any doubt by the
wonderful cures which have been accom
plished by this medicine. Weak, tired,
nervous men and won. en tell of new
strength and vigor and steady nerves given
by Hood's Sarsaparilla. Sufferers from
sfeeplessness, scrofula, salt rheum and the
severest forms of blood diseases have found
relief in Hood's. This is because Hood's
Sarsaparilla purifies the blood.
MrtrtH'e Dillc the after dinner pill and
nUUU & rl lib family cathartic. 25o.-
a l a at -.
W. L. DOUGLAS
CI CUAC IS THE BEST,
FRENCH SiENAMELLEO CALF.
43.50 fine CalfS. Kangaroo.
? ein rno f atri nrnr
ViM,:WW' L-DOU& L ASL
, Over One Million People wear the
Wi L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
They give the best value for the money. .
They equal custom shoes In style and fit.
Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
The prices are uniform, stamped on sole.
Prom $1 to $3 saved over other makes.
If your dealer cannot supply you we can. '
BEST IN THE WORLD.
Its wearing qualities are unsurpassed, actually
outlasting two boxes of any other brand. Free
from Animal Oils. GET THE GKNUINK.
. . FOR 8AEE BY OREGON AND
. . ana ueaiers generally. ,
Surely .cured by '
The life germ
and vital forceof
plants and flowers;
it gives viger,
power', and size to
the vital organs of
The most won
In Medical Science.
Tht only acknnvl
ded , permanent
Sif 1x7 Fulton St.
Easy to carry in
Price $1. Six for $5,
-Sent i n plain
wrapper, or at
Standard Rem. Co
; - seattle, wash
PAC. COAST BRANOlI
CHICKEfl RAISING PAYS
If yon use the Pctalum
Incubators a Brooders.
Make money while
others are wasting
time by old processies.
Catalog tel is all about
it, and describes every
article needed for the,
poultry business. .
mechanically' the best
wneci, . tr reincsi muuci.
we are Pacific Coast
Atfents. ' Bicycle cata-
full description . prices, etc. , agents wanted.
PETALTTMA INCUBATOR CO.,Fetalnma,Cal.
Branch House, 231 S Main St., Los Angeles.
Portland, Walla Walla,
Bpokane, via O. R. & N.
Railway and Great
Northern Railway to
Montana points, St.
cago and East. Address
inearest agent. C. C.
, Donavan, Gen. Agt.
ruruanu. ur. : a. j. ote-
Wash.; C.G.Dixon, Gen. Agt., Spokne, Wash. No
dust; rock-ballast track; fine scenery; palace
sleeping and dining cars; buffet-library cars
family tourist sleepers; new equipment.
MACLEAY CO. inc. isoa.
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DO YOU FEEL BAD? DOES YOUR 'BACK
ache? Does every step seem a buidenT You need
MOORE'$ REVEALED REMEDY.
mats yon special prices. Address your orders tr
Front Street, Portland. Or.