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Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
AN ISLAND THAT GROWS.
Once It Belonged to Missouri, but Now It
s Is Part of Kansas.
In the Missouri river, Dear Leaven
worth, there is an island which has
furnished the land law officers of the
government a novel problem. This is
land was on the Missouri side when it
was surveyed in 1858. Now it is a le
gal part of Kansas. But that is not the
queer thing about it. Islands in the
Missouri frequently shift their alle
giance. The trouble with this island is that it
has been growing. When the govern
ment officers surveyed it, they found
500 acres, and that was the amount en
tered in the records. When two Leav
enworth men, Skillings and Diffen
dorf, took out patents for the whole is
land the amount of land put in the pat
ents was 500 acres. But the island has
been growing through all of these years
in a way Missouri river islands have a
fashion of doing. There are now 1,400
- acres in the island. A coalbed, it has
been discovered, runs under the island,
and that tends to make the land more
Recently squatters have tried to take
possession of the surplus over and above
the 500 acres claimed by the patentees.
The later set up a claim to .the growth.
The land lawyers of the government,
after taking plenty of time to think
about the case, have decided that Skil
lings and Diffendorf are entitled p the
whole island under their original pat
ents. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
' ' Jackson Park.
'During the entire summer of 1894 the
main exhibition buildings will stand in
Jackson park. The public will be ad
mitted everywhere in the park free.
The work of beautifying the park will
progress steadily. On the cm day of
the. new year the park commissioners
assumed control. All state and foreign
buildings will be out of the north end
of the grounds by May 1. The com
missioners will at once begin the work
of restoring that end of the park to its
; former appearance and continue to iin-
prove it. What may be done with the
' buildings the following year cannot be
said. The board will take no action on
that matter for some time. Chicago
Ex-Cabinet Officers In the Senate.
There are an even half dozen ex-cabinet
officers in the senate, and they com-
. prise some pretty able men. Only one
of the six is a Democrat, and that is
Vilas of Wisconsin, who played the dual
role of secretary of the interior and
postmaster general during the first
Cleveland reign. Proctor of Vermont
was the warrior of the Harrison admin
istration, Chandler of New Hampshire
' was secretary of the navy under Ar
thur, and Teller of Colorado secretary
of the interior under the same regime.
Cameron of Pennsylvania was secretary
of war under President Grant, and John
Sherman was President Hayes' finan
cier. Boston Advertiser.
What an ordinary man eats
and the way he eats it would
be enough to give dyspepsia
to an. Ostrich unless the os
trich were wise enough to as
. i l .
sisi ins digestion
from time to time
with an efficient
, combination o f
tracts. Such a.
J M TO Dr. Pierce's
f If 'A Pleasant Pellets.
'.Li ff re They are the pills
tor those w n o
sometimes ' eat
r the wrong things and too much. They
stimulate action in all of the digestive
organs. They stop sour stomach, windy
belchings, heartburn, flatulence and cure
. constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia, in
digestion, sick headache and kindred
Once used they are always In favor.
Wolfe & Co.
Have just received a full line of
Tailors' Linings," Findings and
Purchased under the new tariff,
We are enabled to give the
Very Best Prices...
Send for Samples .. J .. ' ,
if you use the Petaluma
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others are wasting
Catalog telis all about
it, and describes every
article needed for thej
mechanically the best
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THE ROSE TREE.
The child lies under the rose tree fair;
The pink buds swell In the soft May air;
On snowy wings in her dreams she flies.
With angel playmates in paradise
And the years flit by. 1
The maiden stands by the rose tree fair,
In the perfumed breath of the summer air;
She presses her hand on her throbbing breast;
Life hath brought her guerdon at love's be'
And the years flit by.
The mother kneels by the rose tree fair, ,
In a mournful hush of the evening air;
She thinks of the treasures of vanished years;
Her eyes are brimming with bitter tears
And the years flit by.
The north wind hath robbed the rose tree fair;
Its bare boughs sway in the frosty air;
Beneath it the withered leaves are spread.
And the mound they caress is a mound of the
And the years flit by. " '
From the German of Ferrand by Bertha F.
' Shoddy manufacture, according to the
Improved system .of production now in
vogue, is said to Include only such mate
rials as soft woolen and worsted rags, par
ticularly the clippings from tailor shops,
on account of their clearness and softness,
an essential point, however, being tint
they be fulled but little, as the less they
have been felted and matted the less grind
ing is required to separate the fiber. - In
addition to these clippings such stock as
cast away woolen knit garments and stock
ings which have been but moderately full
ed are acceptable material. Cleaning and
oiling, as may be necessary, having been
resorted to, the material is subjected to
the grinding operation, accomplished by
means of a system of powerful steel point
ed cylinders and rollers. The substances
to be ground are fed onto a table or feed
sheet and conveyed to two fluted rollers,
on emerging from which they are vigor
ously seized by the rapidly revolving teeth
of the main cylinder, the latter containing
about 1,500 strong, sharp steel teeth, turn
ing at the rate of sometimes 750 revolu
tions per minute. This high speed results
in tearing the rags apart and separating
the threads and fiber In such a manner,
says The Tradesman, that the whole is
finally reduced to a soft, woolly condition.
New York Sun.
A Coin's Return.
It is not often that a marked coin once
put into circulation is'returned to the per
son who marked it. Mr. George Troup,
superintendent of Forest Lawn cemetery,
before he left Scotland, had his name
stamped upon a coin of the issue of George
II. It was done In fun, and at that time
he never dreamed that the coin would ever
be returned to him. The coin was put into
circulation, and a short time afterward
Mr. Troup came to this country. More
than 80 years passed by, and he thought
nothing more about the circumstance. One
day a friend of his at lodge said to him,
"I have a coin with your name upon i"
"I asked him to let me see the coin,"
said Mr. Troup, and when I looked at it
I found it was the identical piece that I
had marked so long ago. I wrote to the
man who was present when the coin was
marked in Scotland, and he recalled the.
circumstance, and I got the coin from my
Buffalo friend, and now I would not take
a good sum of money for it. Where that
coin had been during the 80 years no one
knows, but it is a strange coincidence that
it should have turned up to me in Buffalo,
the home I had adopted. "Buff alo Ex
press. The Unsociable.
We envy neither the men nor the wom
en who cannot speak to a fellow creature
out of their own circle or to anybody with
out the formality of an introduction.
There'is no computing the amount of profit
as well as pleasure such persons lose by
hedging themselves in with this stupid
fence of fastidiousness. We have always
found more of this feeling among persons
who were more touchy on their social po
sition than among those self respecting
persons who thought nothing about it.
A great deal of intelligence is floating
round the world without being labeled,
and those men or women who have the
good sense to recognize this fact and act
upon it not only are educating themselves,
but conferring that pleasure which we are
all bound by the common ties of humani
ty to exchange with one another. It seems
to us that it is only the snob and pretend
er who take a different view of this ques
tion. New York Ledger. ;
A Fuss Made About a Half Inch.
A Maine man from regions where land
is tolerably plenty and an acre does not
seem a very large piece invested in a lot in
the suburbs of Boston and set about grad
ing and arranging his fences much as he
would in Maine. .He covered up one corner
bound and then built his fence "about"
where he thought the line was. Imagine
his surprise when the adjoining owner ap
peared in a great flutter over his proceed
ings. The line was relocated by a survey-.,
or, when it was found the Maine man's
fence encroached one-half an inch on his
neighbor, and he had to set it over. As
much fuss was made over it as a 10 acre
piece would cause in his Maine home. .
Lewiston Journal. . .- .
Horace Barnum, who, after using to
bacco for years,; discontinued its use a
few weeks ago, was recently afflicted
with a kind of tobacco tremors. He is
bo badly off that it is reported that he
may have to be taken to the insane hos
pital in Middletown. Bristol Letter in
Hartford Times. ;
Embarrassing. ' ,
Algy I had a most horwibly embar-
wassing accident once. Took off me cut
away with me topcoat in church, don't yer
Eeggy Aw, that wasn't half bad. Why,
yesterday me twousers came unwolled on
A man went home the other night and
found his house locked up. After infinite
trouble he managed to gain entrance
through a back window and then discov
ered on the table a note from his very
thoughtful wife, reading; "I have gons
out. You may find the key on the side of
THE VANDERBILT CORESPONDENT.
View of the Woman Who Cansed a Di
vorce In American High Life.
Nellie Neustretter, the corespondent In
the recent Vanderbilt divorce case, is a
rather tall blond woman about 25 or 6
years of age, said to have gone to Paris
from Brussels and before that to have
lived in Holland. Some say she is Swed
ish or half Swedish. She is described now
as the luckiest woman in Paris and was,
before Vanderbilt took her up, in rather
hard luck, but was not known at any time
to frequent queer places.
She is inclined to be reserved, quiet and
shrewd. Prior to the Vanderbilt regime
she was somewhat free, but held " herself
well in hand and always estimated herself
highly. She Is not wonderfully handsome,
but yet a commanding and rather striking
woman in appearance, fane Is not known
by the name of Nellie Neustretter at pres.
ent. ' She Is the mother of two children,
One of these Is very young; the older is
little more than a year old.-
The details concerning Mme. Neustret-
ter's life may be freely published so far as
she is concerned, for publicity Is the staple
which women of her class most ardently
desire and thrive upon. There are pun
dreds of women like her in Paris and in
many other European capitals. She is not
the best of . her class in appearance or in
vogue. She may be called a middle olass
person in the sooiety in which she moves.
The foregoing account of her is sent from
Paris to the New York World by one wha
had the advantage of personal observation.
Artemus Ward's Protector.
While in the show business in Pennsyl
vania Artemus Ward was put to sleep in
an attic where the sash bad been taken
out for ventilation. In the night it turned
cold. Artemus got up and was busy at
the window. "What are you doing, Arte-
musf" his companion asked. "I'm so
c-cold," he chattered. "I was hanging up
some of these hoopskirts. I thought they'd
keep the coarsest of the cold out." San
The prospect of relief from drastic cathartics
for persons troubled with constipation Is poor
Indeed. True they act upon the bowels, but
mis mey 00 wun violence, ana weir operation
tends to weaken the intestines, and Is prejudi
cial to the stomach. Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters is an effectual, laxative, but it neither
gripes noi enftebles. Furthermore. It promotes
digestion and a regular action of the liver and
the kidneys. It is an efficient barrier againfct
and remedy for malarial complaints and rheu
matism, and is of great benefit to tbeweak, ner
vous and aged. As a mediclnul stimulant it can
not be surpassed. Physicians cordially recom
mend It, and its professional Indorsement Is
fully borne out by popular experience. Appe
tite and sleep are boih improved by this agree
able invigorant ani alterative. .
Justbe'ore the dawn: Jaggers (weakly face
tious) Th Think I was a burglar m' dear?
Mrs. Jaggers-No, a burglar wouldn't have
taken half tne time to get in.
The different organs of the body are very
sympathetic. One is very apt to feel the
pain of another, and it is not always easy
to locate the trouble exactly. A weak back
not infrequently occasions a pain in the
side, and one limb often, aches oat of sym
pathy for another.
Allcock's Pobous Plasters are just the
remedy in such cases. They ae soothing
in their effect, and draw out the pain so
that the back or side or limbs are supple
instead of stiff, and free to perform their
They have been tried by thousands and
minions 01 people in every land, ana witn
one uniform result, entire satisfaction.
Bbandreth's Pills will relieve rheuma
Far Western people will not send
Their kids to Sunday school
Because remarks there ( o offend
About the Golden Rule.
MC8IO STOKE-Wilev B. Allen Co.," the
oldest, the largest, 211 First St., Portland.
Chickerlng, Hardman, Fischer Pianos, Estey
Organs. Low prices, easy terms.
10-CKjJT MUSIC Send for catalogues.
to wet and cold is very often the
first step to Pneumonia, Consump
tion, Rheumatism or other serious
diseases. Often we say, "Ob, It's
nothing," when really our health
for years or for life Is hanging In the
scale. A cold Is the thin edge of the
wedge of disease. To keep It out is
Important and time Is everything.
When your temperature has been
suddenly reduced by wet or cold
take a teaspoonful of
I In a half glass of water or milk
I (warm 11 possiDie rteaciion Degins n
at once, relief is Immediate and vou 11
will have no cold, cough, sore throat
or stiffness to reckon with. This
sounds easy, and is easy If you have
the - Paln-Killer at'! hand. Get a
bottle and get acquainted. It kills
all forms of pain and is worth its
weight in gold. Sold everywhere, at
1 25 cents a bottle. Prepared only by
PERRY DAVIS 4. SON,
PROVIDENCE, R. I.
' GKNTLK ANNIE.
Gentle Annie was the girl who went forth
when the spring-time came to gather wild
flowers daisies along the hillsides, and
forgot her rubbers. She oame back with
wet feet, followed by the worst case of neu
ralgia she ever had. Fortunately she was
told and had long known tbat for any kind
of neuralgic affection, St. Jacobs Oil is the
most remarkable remedy ever used. All
the year round any one subject to such at
tacks should not fail to have it in the
house. For all aches and pains which at
all times beset us, there is nothing to equal
it. JNerve pains especially are brougnt on
by sudden changes of temperature, but the
great remedy, applied promptly, will sure
The Palouse, "Wash., Sugar Beet
Manufacturing Company has wired an
order to California for 250 pounds of
sugar beet seed. . This seed will be re-,
tailed at cost price to farmers or others
who wish to grow beets.
The first woman to be appointed a
railroad division surgeon is Carrie Lie
big, 'who will . have , charge of the
Northern at Hope, Ind.
State of Ohio, City op Toledo,)
Lucas County " I
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior nartner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the City
of Toledo, County and State aforesaid and
that paid firm will pay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every
case ot uatarrh tbat cannot be cured Dy
tne use 01 hall's uatarrh uure.
FRANK J. CHENEY,
' Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December, A,
U. J.B80. .
I seal I
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testi
F. J. CHENEY at CO., Toledo, O.
fVboia by Druggists, 750.
We have not been without Piso's Cure
for Consumption for 20 years. Lizzie Fjdb-
rel, uamp bt., Harris burg, jfa., May -4,
18!H. . -
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment . when
rightly used. The many, who live bet-
. 0 .1 j lit let
ter man outers ana enjoy me more, witn
vess exnenditu.-e. by more promptly
adapting the woild's best products to
. 1 V . 1 i i :ti ... .
tne neeas 01 pnysicai oeiug, win atteBt
the value, to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs. '
;- Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and trul j
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
ana permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
. . i . 1 . i .1. , : 1
met. wun me approval ux tue uiuuium
profession, because it acts on tne isna
nevs. Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every. objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
cists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it iB man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute 11 onerea.
Ely's Cream Balm
Cleanses the Nasal
Passages, Allays Pain
Restores the Senses of
Taste and Smell. --
Heals the Sores.
Apply Balm into each nostril, j
Eli Bbos., 6tf Warren St., N. Y.
BEST IN THE WORLD.
Its wearing Qualities are unsurpassed, aotuallr
outlasting two boxes of any other brand. Free
irom Animai uns. um ihk uifl J.
, FOR 8AEE BY OREGON AND
and Dealers generally.
- Ladies' and Gents', ,
- All Slzes...All Weights
$45, $55, $65, $85, $ I OO
, Second-hand Wheels for sale and exchange
Send for catalogue, FREE. , Live agt's wanted
FRED T. MERRILL CYCLE CO.
837 Washington St , PORTLAND, OB.
A surf r.nnp fhr ph k
Itohing- Piles known by moisture like perspiration, canu
intense itching when warm. 'Jhie iorni and Blind. Bleed
111 or Protruding Piles y ielil nt once to
DR. BO-SAN-KO'S PILE REMEDY,
wntoh .arts directly on parts affected, absorbs tumors! al-
ijb luuuiujf, cutwuuK a permanent cure. 1 rice 610.
wtfuw w man. jsr. oosamio, lilluua..
r.URFK WHtHF all HSF F4IIS.
Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use
in lime, eoia py aruggists.
T h at T i red Fee ling
Is a certain indication of impure and im
poverished blood. If your blood could
always be rich and pure, full cf the
. red corpuscles upon which its vitality
depends, you would never be weak, or
Kervous 1 Boils, pimples, scrofula, salt
rheum, would never trouble you. But
our mode of living, shut in all winter
,' in poorly ventilated homes and shops,
depletes the blood and there is loss of
appetite, and weakness. Hood's Sarsa
j parilla is the standard remedy for this
1 condition. It purifies, vitalizes and
1 enriches the blood, overcomes that
tired feeling, builds up the nerves and
gives perfect health. Read this:
"Our daughter, Blanche, when four years
of age, had a humor break out on her
hands and faci, which our physician
. pronounced eczema . If the cold air
reached her face or hands they would
swell Hp, look almost ' purple, and
headed blisters would form and break,
M ood's Sarsapari 1 1
Is the Only
True Blood P
: $10 Reward for information as to - the
present whereabouts, or death of Ansel
White, who left Santa Cruz, Cal., in 1865.
Address Wm. Pierrepont White, Palace
Hotel, San Francisco, Cal. '
Tbt Gibmia for breakfast. "
LMPBOVED ' '
A MILD PHYSIO.
A movement of the bowols each day it necessary for
health. These pills supply what the system lacks to
i la. i - mi : i " ti j i : v.i .1..
make It regular. They cure Headache, brighten the
Eyes, and clear the Complexion better than cosmetics.
xaoj neiiuwr Kripo uur bjukuu. u uuuvmua iuu,
will mail sample free, or a full box for Sfia Sola every
where. BOSAKKO MED. CO., Philadelphia.
Is the moFt profitable crop to plant on dry land.
Yields 2.500 lbs. shelled corn and twelve tons of
fodder. Canbeplanied till July and harvested
with ordinary machines. Send $1 per acre for
seed desired to
Sacramento River Nursery Co.,
Walnut drove, California.
SAVE BHOK LEATHER
0,9 01. .
Ask for Dyke's Diamond or Oval Boles and Re
volving Heels. Imitatloi s are worthless. Fur sale
by leading shoe dealers. Eureka Sole Co.,24 Front
street. Portland, Or. Agents wanted. Territory
for sale. , l ;
If you want work, or can organize a lodge, write
to the order of Fraternal Argonaut, Booms 87 and
88, Donohoe building, San Francisco Cal. .
Portland, Walla Walla,
Spokane, via O. R &N.
Railway and Great
Northern Railway to
Montana points, St.
Omaha, St. Louis, Chi
cago and Kast. AddresB
inearest agent. C. C.
Donaran, Gen. Agt.,
Portland ,Or.;R.C. Bte
vens.Gen. Agt., Seattle,
Wash.; C tt, Dixon, Uen. Agt., Spokane, wash.
No dust; rock-ballast track; fine scenery; pal
ace sleeping and diningcars; buffet-library cars;
family tourist sleepers; new equipment
N. P. N. XT. No. 693 -8. P. N. U. No 670
A f-V 'it.
!!BRS. WINSLOW'S nSBl'fi
, FOR CHILDREN TEETHINQ -
j Costs no more than inferior package soda
t never spoils the flour, keeps soft,' and is unt
il versally acknowledged purest in the world.
11 Hade only by CHURCH & CO., Hew York v
j y Sold toy (Tocers everjwtere.
i r Write for Arm and Hammer Book of valuable Racipea FBfiE.
Three doses only. Try It.
'WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF ,T
Estab. 1 866. CORBI TT &
IMPORTERS, SHIPPING and COMMISSION MERCHANTS; Liberal advance made on approved
consignments of Wheat Flour, Oats, Wool and Hops. Special Imports from China, Japan and In
dia: Tea, Coffee, Rice, Matting-and Rugs, Spices, Sago, Tapioca, China Nnt' Oih etc From Liv
erpool: Liverpool Fine, Coarse and Lump Rock Bait, Chemicals of. all kinds, Tinplate, selected
No. 1 returned Wheat Bags, Hop Burlap, Roll Brimstone, Baas Ale, Guinness' Porter, Scotch and
Irish Whisky, Brandy and Wines, for sale In quantities to suit the traded PORTLAND, OR."
Discharging a watery fluid, and the burn
ing and itching would drive her nearly
wild. Unless we encased her little
hands she would fear patches of skin
: from her face and hands. We tried
many doctors and many remedies, and
at last gave the case up as hopeless.
But pur daughter Cora tried Hood's
, Sarsaparilla, to cure a scrofulous lump
near the left beast, which caused her
much pain, and af er taking 4 bottles it
disappeared. , Blanche,, who is now
eleven, had spent seven years of suffer
ing, so I concluded to give her Hood's
Sarsaparilla. She took 5 bottles, and her
face is smooth and soft as a baby's, the
color of a rose petal. Her hands are
soft and white, where four months
' ago they were blue antl red, and
calloused nearly like leather. . I can
not express my gratitude by pen or
mouth. It seems a miracle, and our
; friends are surprised. " Mas. Ansa
U L. Clark, 401 E. 4th St., Duluth, Minn.
We would not have expended
HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS
doing galvanizing, for which we made no extra charge, had
there not been merit in tt. Galvanizing consists in coating the
strong but most perishable (in thin sheets) metal, steel, with
the almost indestructible (even when very thinj metals, zinc
and aluminum. If there were not great merit in galvnmzing,
no one would pay H more for galvanized barbed wire or sheet
Iron than ungalvanized costs. If wo were making painted
wuramiiis wj-aay, we raouia xurnisn on
Bn. for $
That Is a aooA nriee for an 8fnnt vtnlntpA windmill
WE BUILD FOR TUB AJF. WE WOl I,l NOT -EFX
TOC A POOR, PAINTED WHEEL, IVOR ONE HADE OF
ETAL GALVANIZED BEFORE BEING PIT TO (J ETHER, IF
YOU WOULD PAY 118 DOUBLE PKICK POR IT. We build
the best we know, and knowing that painted thin sheets are
practically worthless, we have nothing to do with them. The
enormous cost of preparing to da galvanizing, and of doing it
well on a large scale, deters others. 8031E BUY GALVANIZED
SHEETS AND PUNCH AND SHEAR- AND BIAKE. THEN I P
AFTERWARD. WHEELS OR YANES HADE OF GALVANIZED
1HEETS RUST OUT FIRST AROUND THE RIVETS, JOINTS
AND EDGES, AND ARE, THEREFORE, ROT 80 MOOD AS
PAINTED ONES. How any concern can get our prices for
painted windmills and painted towers, or those made up of
gaivanited material, cut, sheared and punched after the gal
vanizing is done, can only be erilained by the fart that people
who buy them are ignorant of the value of galvamtmg. We
now galvanize everything after it is completed, ven bolts and
nuts. We galvanize with the most improved processes and in
the most perfect known and attainable manner.
The vrocesst When a section of an Aermotor Wheel is all
riveted up, completed and cleaned of rust and impurities, it is
vmmervea ik meaea mtno
and aluminum and Ifft
IMsre until it becomes
until every' crack,
and opening of every
dosed up and satu
molten metal, and
nieces oomvoaina the
as not as tnat metat,ana
cranny, crevtce, par
sort s jtuea, ,
rated with the
the whole S8
soldered and welded
then you have some-
too ether as one niece.
thing that is strong, en.
during and reliable. It is
expensive to do, and small
We keep tiO tons of zinc and
doers eannot afford to do it.
aluminum melted from one
year send to another. The
silvery white coating which
every portion of the Aermo
is tine and aluminum when
a time, forms, with thesteel,
alloy, which eanuot be
indestructible In our p re
prices ot, wind' mills,
illustration of what we
REDESIGNING AN OLD
IT IN INFINITELY 811.
juts every pore ana covers
tor Wheel, Vane and Toitw,
it is first put on, but after
a chemical combination or L
wetted ana is practtcally
vious aa. we taniea os
towers, etc., and as an
could do in the way of
ARTICLE AND PUTTING
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THE OFFER OP AN ALL.STEEL VERY Si PEKlOH FEED
CUTTER, WORTH 940 AS PRICES GO, AT $10, IN OUR
NEXT AD. WE SHALL OFFER YOU SO.HRTJ1ING Of STlLXi
GREATER INTEREST. Aermotor Cp., Chieago. ,
Wt) OrlWt FIT FOR AKIN.
143.50 fine Calf &Kangarool
S run fad KATai nr;iir
Over One Million People wear the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
AH our shoes are equally satisfactory
They give the best value tor the money.' '
They equal custom shoes In style and fit
Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
The prices are uniform stamped on sole.
From $i to $3 saved over other makes. '
If your dealer cannot supply you e can. "-".
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and labels. .
DO YOU. FEEL BAD? .DOES. YOUS. . BACK
ache t , Does every step seem a bui den T You need
MOORE'S REVEALED. REMEDY.
MACLEAY CO . mc is93.
In Convenient Form
(To he diluted with water for use)
ENDORSE J BY IHE OREGON AND WASHINGTON
STATE B0ARCS OF HORTICULTURE
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; Manufactured by
DAVID M. DDNNE KSSITSSr