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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1888)
du ludu.try That Ha. Grown to Vast Pro
por I Iona lu Tlila Country.
An industry in this country which
hits grown to enormous proportions is
that of preserving food products bv
canning and bottling. In 1817 M.
Appert, a distinguished French chem
ist, found that organic substances re
mained fresh an indefinite limo by be
ing kept from contact with the air.
Comparatively little use was made of
this invention for many years exept
by sailors. About tho year 1835. how
ever, a small local trade sprang up in
tills country in canned oysters nnd
tomatoes. The discovery of gold in
California gave an impetus to the
trade, but the first great expansion of
it was during the civil war. Since
that time the canned-goods trade has
advanced by leaps ami bounds until
nt present there is a capital of$ll.OOO.-
000 invested lioro in fruit nnd vegeta
ble canning alone, giving employment
to 35 000 persons, who earn yearly
$.3 000 030, and turn out of goods $2 ).•
IXX). 000, leaving a net profit of about
20 per cent to the investors.
During the war advantage wns taken
by the U lion Com.nissariat Depart
ment of the economy in bulk and the
ease in tra isportation of canned goods.
Canned meat was found us fill for
ratio is in f reed inarches; canned
milk »as a valuable substitute for
fresh milk in the hospitals when the
latter could not bo had, and the health
of tho army was largely maintained
by canned fruit nnit vegetables.
At tho end of tho war those engaged
in tho mauufac ure of those goods
turned their attention to supplying
firn E iropean markets wiili Salmon
and lobster. The lobster export trade
had started ten years previously in tho
Now Eigland S ates. Soon after the
C medians began tho salmon-packing
Indus ry, but did not meet with suc
cess. But tho utilization of Iho
enormous run of salmon up tho
Columbia and other rivers on the Pa-
c tic coast put new life into the in
dustry. Some idea of how much tho
Ini io has grown may Im gather'd
from tho fact that, while In 183fi tlie
pack of salmon was only 4 030 cases,
during the past four years it lias aver
aged 3 80). 000.
The next groat era in the trade was
the compression of corned beet Chi
cago, being a great cattle center, at
once embarked heavily in this enter
prise. Foreign governments |largely
r< cognized tho value of this system of
preserving beef. They ordered Inigo
quantities of it for consumption by
their war fore is. Much of this wns
stored as a reserve in ease of war, bill
ns tho supply was exhausted it lias
been continually ronowed, to tlie profit
of tho Amorican.
Tlie success of 'lie Americans In
canning goods provoked th i E iglish
and French people to emulation.
IJ able to compefo witli tlie Uniled
8 ales in what had boon already done,
they turned their attention to tlie can
ning of delicacies. Tills trade was
developed to a very largo extent in
Europe, nnd extended to thia country.
But tlie importation of tlieso goods
lias fallon off in recent years, as thia
country has gono Into tlie manufacture
of thia class of goods, and produces a
much cheaper article, not at ail in
ferior to tho imported.
Tlie development, of tho cannod-
g mds industry haa been grout, but the
vnrle'y of urticlos treated in this «av
lias boon oven greater. II 'ginning as
as it did with ship's beef, it has ex
tended until it embraces nearly all
the desirable food products of the
animal and vegetable kingdoms.
Lieutenant Groely, after his famous
Arctic expedition, said that canned
apples, ponchos, pears, rhubarb, green
pens, green corn, onions, potatoes
and tomatoes were all subjected to the
temperature of sixty degreos below
z ro. They were solid for many
months at a time, tho second summer
they thawed, and tho following winter
they were froz >n solid again. When
these articlos wore eato.i they pre
sented the sni|p> ii]UL>cnranco ns though
freshly canned, amt tliolr flavor wns
as good when the last can was oponod
as during the first month.
Canned goods have proved a groat
boon to the hens ikeepcr. Ii cities, nt
any rqpe, tlie goods preserved are
cheaper than if bought in tiio frosh
This arises from tlie fact
that they uro always packed whore tlie
material is choape.ta id most abund
ant. A great economy is ox ire sad.
loo, by the wholesale preparation of
ment and fislu
The popular idea that canned goo Is
aro injurious to health is a mistake.
Tin, which f<>rina I Im coating of the
thin iron plates of which the cans are
made, is not noted on at nil by any
ordinary ncids or by tlie gases of de
composition. Certain firms in this
city liaro followed up every case of
alleged poisoning from canned goods
without finding a single one of tliein
niitlienlio. The ordinary precautions
of tasto and Mil'll as applied to fresh
goods nre a sufficient protection
against danger in similar goods when
ennne I, nnd, judging by the progress
of tho pas decade in this method of
foosl preservation, it seems likoly to
have a still larger future before lb —
AC F. ib'uis.
—Sea'ter ashes along the rows of the
young strawberry plants as soon ns
they shall be large enough to work.
Stir the earth, take out all grass and
then apply the ashes on the surface,
and the rains will carry them down to
Fertilizers for strawberries
give the best results when applied near
the surface and not worked into the
•oil, as the roots feed near the surface
instead of |>enetrating deeply.
— ••Have you seen papa's new dog.
Carlo,” she asked, as they sat in the
parlor. ••Yes,” lie replied uneasily;
••1 have had tho pleasure of meeting
Die dog.” “Isn't he splendid? He is
so affectionate.” “I noticed he was
very demonstrative,” returned he. ns
ho moved uneasily in his chair. “He in
very playful, too. I never saw a more
playful animal in nil my life.” “I am
glad to hear you say that.” ”WhyF’
• Because I was a little bit afraid that
when he bit that piece out of me the
other evening, he was in earnest But
if be was only in play of course it’s all
right I can take fun as well as any
body.”— Singapore Review.
HORNS AND TAILS.
CUSTOMS OF CAPRI.
Bovin. Ailments Cau..<1 by Poor
S'ee.llMg and Kxpoaure.
Picturesque Scenes Ou the Island Made
Famous by Garibaldi.
It l.t surprising how few fanners
know that a cow's horns are naturally
hollow. It is popularly supposed that
when a cavity is discovered in a horn
there is something wrong. The animal
has "hollow horn,” or “wolf-in-the-
ta.il,” or both. Coldness of the horns
and tail only indicate a disturbed cir
culation, and are symptoms of indiges
tion or some other difficulty to which
the treatment should be directed. A
horn may freeze from extreme cold
weather, or some injury to the head
may cause tlie sinuses of the horn to
till up with pus, when boring into the
cavity, by allowing the accumulation
to escape, affords relief. Cold horns
may safely be left alone. It is not
best to try to warm them up by inject
ing cayenne popper, turpentine, or
some fiery compound which can only
torture the animal. Treat the cow for
what ails her. and the horns will take
care of themselves.
In dehorning a cow recently that had
been ailing for some time tlm writer
discovered that one ot her horns was
full of pus. It bled profusely, more
than all the other stubs in tlie dairy
together, but her recovery was rapid
and she is now in tine condition. Bor
ing the horns of an ailing animal can
do no harm, and if from any cause one
is filled it may afford relief, but it is
not worth while to bore them because
they are hollow, for they are always
hollow if healthy. Hollow-horn as a
disease is a myth. So is that oilier
frightful malady, wolf-tail or tail-ail.
The fact that blood may not flow from
an animal's tail when gashed with a
knife does not indicate that the tail
should be amputated. The same causes
that will impede the circulation and
make a man's hands and feet cold will
affect an animal's extremities in the
same way, and while it is all right to
equalize tlie circulation the main treat
ment should be directed toward the
seat of the difficulty and all unneces
sary cruelty avoided. Poor feeding
and exposure are responsible for most
of the cases of "horn-ail” and "tail-
ail" which we hear of.— Philadelirhia
They have a strange way in this little
place, I found, of betrothing the girls
to the young men before the latter
leave the town. As very few of them
are able to either read or write, long
years pass by without a word from the
lover-or “spoza” reaching the patient
girl at home.
It is not a rare thing to meet here
young couples who were engaged for
ten, twelve or even fifteen years before
fortune was sufficiently favorable to
allow them to marry.
One can not soou get rich on thirty
cents a day, and that is the wages of a
man in Capri. This is perhaps tho
reason why so many men leave the
island, leaving the women at home to
tnke care of the vineyards and olive
It is a very picturesque scene, those
women, with their gay costumes, rich
. complexions, bright, flashing eyes, at.
work in the fields, or leading their
flocks of goats up the mountain side to
pasture. Their feet are always bare,
and become so hard that it is simply
I wonderful what thoy can endure. They
will walk over the roads covered with
sharp, flinty stones, climb the rugged
mountain sides, and be quite as com
fortable as if walking on the softest
' carpet. In fact, for hardness their feet
resemble those of the Western girl,
I who, when told by her mother that
there was a red-hot coal under her foot,
drawlod out, without moving an inch:
“Which foot is it under, mammy?”
Yet the feet of these women aro by no
means misshapen, but, on the contrary,
are perfect models for an artist.
During my stay on the island I en-
joyoil the rare treat of witnessing the
grand festival of San Antonio, this be
ing the great feast day of the year.
One of the most attractive features
to mo was the procession of white-robed
maidens, wending their way through
j the narrow streets, lined with white
walled houses. From tho top of these
' wall.», friends and lovers showered
! down the sweet-smelling, golden San
' Antonio fiori upon the procession be-
| low. The girls were wreathed with
flowers, and carried in their hands
either candles or little wooden images,
and chanted as they walked, surround
ed by clouds of smoke from swinging
Through the town and up the wind
ing stone stairs cut in the mountain
side, they passed to the chapel, where
the religious services were held. After
that came the feasting, and the danc-
, ing, and the music, ovor which they
| became greatly excited.
The numberless movements of their
| favorite dance, the “Tarantata,” and
I the easy graceful forms of the dancers
as they swayed backward and forward
! was indeed a pleasing and exhillarating
sight. Tlie ••Tarantata” is danced by
three couples only, tlie men dancing
around the women and then kneeling
as suppliants at their feet. The women
i raise them, and with airy mdvements
dance around the men. Then they
separate into pairs, a Ivancing and re
treating and again dancing together.
Tlie figures of tho dance are but a small
part, of its beauties; there is an inde
scribable fascination in th 1 free and
graceful movements of the arms, head,
and, in fact, of the whole body. — Bea
trice Pressivno I King, in li'oman.
An English Lady’« Account of a Visit to Ills
It is a ride of about ten miles from
Cambridge to tlie Maori settlement.
The houses aro built of rushes, and
have no windows at all, so that from
the distance they look like so many
little hay-stacks. On entering the vil
lage a whole herd of mongrels ran
towards us. barking and jumping up
at the horses. The men, women and
children sat in groups on the ground,
the women plaiting plates of various
sizes, which serve for one meal only.
The men had been catching eels and
were busy with cooking them. They
had made a fire in a long, narrow
enclosure, against the sides of which
the eels bad been placed, wrapped up
in leaves. The King came to meet us,
but lio did not know a word of English.
Fortunately one of our party knew tlie
Maori language, and was able to trans
I thought the King would look
very wild, mid wear nothing but tlie
historic blanket, but lie did nothing t>f
the kind, and looked exactly like a
tame rough, terribly shabby, in a torn
shirt, mid trousers and waistcoat of
broadcloth, probaldy the remains of
tho suits lie wore when he was in Eng
land. Ho also wore a "larrikin” hat,
with three sacred feathers stuck in it—
a strange mixture of civilization mid
savagery. When we went into his hut
to see his wife ho brought a coat, which
belonged to his European attire, out of
a box mid put it on. which made him
look like a tattooed undertaker. Pres-
sently lie showed us a handsome album
tilled with English beauties, which had
been given to him. The Maoris invited
us to dine with them; but, though tlie
eels smelt very savory and every tiling
was very clean, we had not tlie courage
to partake of the feast, and therefore
declined mid rode away, much pleased
with having seen one of the swells of a
recent London season in liis own home
in the wilds of New Zealand.— Cor.
Pall Mall Gazette.
A New Use For Petroleum.
—A Ne«’ York woman recently ap
peared at the theater wearing a blue
waistcoat, witli gold dollars for buttons.
It is said that she did not appear to
mind tlie sensation she created.
—The Oakland Tribune recommends
keeping a goose in the chicken-roost
as a guard against the depredations of
professional chicken-thieves. Tliegoose
will “squawk” on the intruder every
—Tho Swoetwater dam just com
pleted at San Diego, Cal., at a cost of
$800,000, is said to lie twenty feet higher
than any dam in the United States. It
is ninety feet from its base to its crest.
— "Ya'as,” said young Mr. Sissy,
sucking tlie head of his cane. “I’m an
Anglomaniac; but only iu a mild form,
y' knaw.” “Yes,” she responded, by
wav of koeping up the conversation,
"sort of an Anglolunatic, as it were,
The flrat rellgloiu newspaper published In
Ann rice was issued in Olilo, mid called lhe
White Elephant of Siam, Lion of Eng
land, Dragon of China, Cro»» of Switzer
land, Banner of Persia, Crescent of Egypt,
Double Eagle of Russia, Star of Chili, The
Circle of .Japan, Harp of Erin.
To get these buy a box of the genuine
D r . C. M c L anms C elebrated L ivkk
P ills , price 25 cents, and mail us the out
side wrapper with your address, plainly
written, and 4 cents in stamps. We will
then mail you the above list with an ele
gant package of oleographic and chro
F leming B ros ., P ittsburg , P a .
TRUE ESTIMATE OF VALUE.
Remember that when we assert the
value of B kandretii ’ s P ills we at the
same time refer you to the thousand of
testimonials we have published support
ing all and even more than we claim.
The best evidence of their value lies in
these testimonials. The P ills have been
in use in th5» country for over fifty years
and in that time hav ? surely been well
We never heard complaint of
them. They are harmless, being vege
table, and always do their work well.
It is false economy to buy stale anything; the
freshest is none too good, especially at this sea
son of the year.
BEAUTY WITHOUT PAINT.
‘‘What makes my skin so dark and muddy?
My cheeks were once so smooth and ruddy!
1 use the best cosmetics made,”
Is what a lovely maiden said.
‘That’s not the cure, my charming Miss,’’
The doctor said - "remember this:
If you your skin would keep from taint.
Discard the powder and the paint.
—Among unrepesled nets of Parlia
ment in England stand tho following
gem«- Persons tending to use witch
craft, by a law enacted under George
II., are punishable by imprisonment.
Those practicing palmistry are to be
treated as vagabonds and punished ao
eordingly. By a law enacted in the
time of Charles 1. meeting» of people
outside their own parishes on Sundays,
for any .|M>rts or pastimes whatever,
•re prohibited, under penalty of a tine
of three shillings and three hours in
the publie stocks. Any person disbe
lieving the doctrines of the Established
Church and refusing to have his chil
dren baptised or to partake of the com
munion may, by a law of queen Eliza
beth, be committed to prison.
Investment small, profits
large. Send Wc for mailing
large illustrated Catalogue
with full particulars. Man
GOULDS & AUSTIN,
16» l.uko St.,
YOUNG MEN of jiuth?uIf ollies or indis
dency, <kc„ due to excesses or abuse, cured.
cretion should avail themselves of OUL
A positive cure guaranteed in every case, SyPUy.*.**
Urinary anti Venereal Diseases all unnatural dis
charges, promptly and safely cured.
ease of Kidneys or Bladder, Weak Back, Nervous
Debility. Wasting of Sexti..l Strength, etc., cured
and restored to healthy vigor.
N.'B. Persons unable to visit us may bo treated
at their homes, by correspondence. Mediciues and
instructions sent by mail or exj»reM. C onsultation
Free. Bend 4 cents in »-tamps foe 1 he 1 ouug Mau i
5'rlcnd or Guide to Wedlock.
HULlI Id’ wanted in each county for the
two best campaign books in the market- Har
rison and Morton, and Cleveland and 1 bur-
man. For terms and territory address b. PKIC-
SON, room 77, Flood Building, corner b ourth
and Market streets. __
* CTIVK A4IMTH WANiTKI» for "Tlie
Life of General Sheridan": a popular hero;
a popular book at a popular price. For terms
Ito superior excellence proreu in millions of homes for and territory addresa F. PEKSON, Room .7,
more than a quarter of a century It Is used by the Flood Huildinx. cor. Fourlli and Market at recta.
United States Government. Endorsed by the beads or
the Great Universities as the Strongest, Purest and most
Healthful. Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder does not
contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Sold only iu cans.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.
The most Elegant Blood Puriiler, Liver 1»vigoriftor, Tonic uiid
Appetizer known. The first Bittera containing Iron ever adver
tised iu America. J. P. ALLE A, Druggist A Cbaiuist.SL Paul, Minu.
The BUYERS' GUIDE if
issued March and Sept.,
QiriMU/AY KHAN ICH. PEAKE A
each year. It Is an ency O I till Vl A a s BACII. Gabler, Roenlsl
clopedia of useful infor Pianos; Burdett Organs, baud instrumento. Larues
of Sheet Music and Buoks. Bands supplied al
mation for all who pur atock
Eastern Prices. MATTH1AH GRAY OO., 2Ö6 Bos’
chase the luxuries or the Street,
necessities of life. We
can olothe you and furnish you with
To $8 a Day, Samples worth $1.50, FREE.
all the necessary and unnecessary
Lines not under the horses feet. Write B rkw -
appliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep,
stkr ’ s S afety R ein H oldkk C o * llully ,Mich.
eat, fish, hunt, work, go to church,
or stay at home, and in various sizes,
styles and quantities. Just figure out I
easily made selling the Farmers’Friend,
what is required to do all these things month
a bag holder and scales combined. Don't mi mm
COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair
till». Send for circulars. E. E. BA IR. Manager
estimate of the value of the BUYERS’
Puget Sound Mfg. Co.. Tacoma. Wash. Ter.
GUIDE, which will be sent upon
receipt of 10 cents to pay postage,
By return marl. Full Description
GENERAL AGENTS WANTED!
New Taller System of Dress
(jutting. MOODY A 00., Cincinnati, 0.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
111-114 Miohigon Avenue, Chioogo, IU.
| Big 0 U m given tfnive*.
sal satisfaction in the
cure of Gonorrhcea and
Gleet. I prescribe Hand
feel safe in recommend
ing it to all sufferers.
I.J. STONER, M.D m
PRICE, SI.00. •
Bold by Druggistg
"The proper thing for all such ills
Is this,’’ remarked lhe man of pills;
"Enrich the blood and make it pure—
"In this you’ll find the only cure.”
Dr. Pierce’s Gohlen Medical Discovery will
do this without fail.
It has no equal.
His Holiness the Pope received during the
jubilee 14,000 pairs of slippers.
LUNG TROUBLES AND WASTING
Diseases can be cured, if properly treated in
time, as shown by the following statement from
D. C. F reeman , Sydney: ‘Having been a great
sufferer from pulmonary attacks, and gradu
ally wasting away for tlie past two years, it af
fords me pleasure to testify that Ncott’s
EiniilMioii of Cod Liver Oil with Lime and
Soda has given me great relief, and 1 cheer
fully recommend it to all suffering in a similar
way to myself. In addition, I would say that
it is very pleasant to take.”
CURE FOR CONSUMPTION
N. P N. U. No. 24.5—H. F. N. U. No S22.
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stand in time 20 years, good f«»r 100 ; not affected
by climate. No wood to split, break, swell, shrink
crack, decay, or wear out; wo guarantee it. He-’
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THE COW BRAND.
---- TO MAKE -----
D wights C ow -B rand S oda ^S aleratüs .
Buy perfectly fresh fruit and vegetables, free
from sprouts and only in quantities that admit
of immediate use.
SARSAPARILLA, YELLOW DOCK
HOW INTELLIGENT WOMEN DECIDE.
When the question has to be met as to what
is the best course to adopt to secure a sure,
safe and agreeable remedy for those organic di
seases and weaknesses which afflict the female
It cures R heumatism , N euralgia , Boils, Pimples.
sex, there is but one wise decision, viz., a
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It is an unfailing Mercurial pains. It Purifies the Blood, Restores Lite
and Kidneys to healthy action, and makes the
specific for periodical pains, misplacement, in Liver
Complexion Bright and Clear.
ternal inflammation, and all functional disor
CATES A CO., Proprietors.
ders that render the lives of so many women
miserable and joyless. They who try it, praise
417 ManNoine Kt.. Kan Franciaco.
it. Of druggists.
AND FULL WEIGHT.
Be suro that there la , pit ture of » Cow on your pockaco »nd you w’.ll have
the boa: Soda made.
THE COW BBAND,
Iodide of I’otnMM.
\ dwichts 7
Rub your lamp chimneys after washing with
dry salt, and you will be surprised at the new
brilliance of your lights.
THE MODEL HOTEL OF SAN FRAN*
This magnificent hotel, contain» a world
of comfort. It i» noted for the elegance
of its appointment*, and the excellence of
it» cuisine. Wealth, science and art are
here combined, to render enjoyment of
guest» perfect. Each department is man
aged with the most diligent watchfulness,
soth«t the most exacting guest cannot
f dl to be satisfied. From the elegantly
furnished rooms to the bountiously sup
plied table, everything is as near perfec
tion as possible, l he central location of
the Baldwin, makes it convenient for j
those visiting the city either on business i
For a case of Catarrh in the Head which they cannot cure.
S ymptoms —Moisture; intense itching and stinging, >
most at night; worse by scratching. If allowed to ©on- j
tiuue tumors form, which often bleed and ulcerate,
becoming very sore. B waynb ' s O intment stops the
itching and bleeding, heals ulceration, and iu many
cases removes the tumors. It is equally efficacious in
curing all Skin Diseases. DR. SWAYNE A SON,
Proprietors, Philadelphia. S waynk ' m O intmknt can
be obtained of*druggists Sent by mail for 5d Cents.
THE “ADVANCE” THRESHERS AND ENGINES
By its mild, soothing and healing properties.
Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy cures the worst
cases of nasal catarrh, also "cold in the head,’
coryza, and catarrhal headaches. 50 cents, by
druggists. _________ _ ___________
There are 105.000 locomotives in the world,
representing 3 000.000 horse power.
Sold on Trial !
Spinney & Co. Portland, Or
The flesh of fresh fish should be flrm, the
gills should be light and the scales silvery.
O!YES, YES! CERTAINLY!
.......... es • »■
FOR EVERT PURPOSE.
Rusin, as used in the manufacture of
building paper, is being largely re
placed by a petroleum product similar A singed cat dreads the Are. I plead guilty. I am selling a “new.tangled” machine
to rosin in many respects, called "wax
LOOK AT IT-AINT IT A DAISY?
tailings,” or "still wax," or "petro
leum rosin, ' according to the degree
of hardness to which it is reduced ill
tlie still. Ail important advantage in
the use of this petroleum product in
connection with paper mid fibrous sub
stances consists in its non-liability to
oxidize and produce spontaneous com
bustion. Moreover, it is said to toughen
with age, in.teud of growing more
brittle, like rosin and coal tar pitch.
It is not morn combustible than rosin;
it burns slowly with a dull flame, pro
ducing immense quantities of lamp-
black of line quality. It melts readily
at 200 Fah., and in that state combines
perfectly witli rosin, asphaltum and
warm oil. Its use is therefore expect
1 guarantee the New-Fangled Advance Ke pa rat or to be the beat grain-saving, raat
ed to largely increase.— Iron Age.
—Tho farmer who will succeed tho
the best in growing crops will bo tho
one who prepares tlie land tho best
Wo ITOW have so many improved im
plements for stirring the soil that there
Is really no excuse for planting land
that is not well pulverized. The ma
nure should be so thoroughly mingled
with tho soil that no portion of it shall
bo without fertiliser within a few
inches of It
water in place
pisce of soap suds.
HELPING THE KIGHT SIDE.
Or Analyse, made o/»11 subsUUjce«.
To help the right side Is not only commend-
fi’li/oiex’p^i °p^y ktunded
able lu a general po nt of view, but Is judicious
and prudent when that help is enlisted in be
half of the right side of the body, just over the
lower ribs in the region of the liver. The most
■ erllatlouor the Throat anil lloar.e
efficient help ie afforded by Hostetter'» Stomach weni immediately reUeved by “ brown ) Bro ■
Bitters, an anti-bilious medicine of Incomptr-
able rfficacy. Inaction of the liver is MCOtn- chial Trochee."
lianied by constipation, sick head ache, furred
Sore E>'** u“e
tongue, nausea, occasional vertigo, and un Thompson's Bye Water,
llrutnfiete eeU it- ac.
pleasant breath, yellowness of the skin and
ball of the eve. The author of thene symr
See Antlaell llano advertlaeiueuu
tuins, liver complaint, routed by the Bitters is
accompanied by them in i's flight. Fever and
ague, which always involves the liver, dyspep
T hy O zhmka for breakfast.
sia. rheumatism, debility and kidney troubles
are all maladies to the early relief and rtnaf cure
of which this standard medicine is adapted.
Don't use it by fits and starts, but systemati
cally, that its full effects may result in a per
fect restoration of health.
Wash mirrors in warm suds, then dust with
whiting from a muslin bag and polish with
Wash all marble dally with mnmonla and
est Thresher and most durable Separator ever made. But, remember, it is not an experfl-
| mental machine, as the Old Fogy machines are. You are well aware of the time lost (that
you have to pay fori in experimenting with Old Fogy machines. The New Fangled
Th rentier lead» the wav. The growling and kicking of the Old Fogy agents is only equaled
t by the amount of grain kicked out in the straw by the O d Fogy machine*. Of course, if you
wish a cheap machine. Old Fogies will supply you at your own price; but their machines are
dear at any price. You cannot afford to buy a thresher without examining the AIIVANCK.
Do not be talked <nto buying a machine bec ause it is cheap and Old Fogy inh. Ask the Old
Fogy age it tn if they will set beside the nrw -fangled machine and let you see which is the
experimental machine, and sold on its merlin. I have never yet had to call on any court to
help decide the merits of the nrw-ftongled machine. Please vxat-.ine the court records in ref
erence to the Old Fogle*» plan. Manx years ago a man built a new-fhitgled machine,
called a steam engine. Old Foglen then, as now. stood back and said they would ruin the
ronntri. Do yon not want to be mined In the name way I Remember, the new
fangled machine is past all experimenting, while Old Fogy'n machines are being ex
peri men ted with all the time, and at your expense. Do not fool with tiiem any longer, while
your gram is going to w ante.
Ke member the new-fangled machine la »old on Ita merit» entirely. Re-
member, your whole dependence is upon your crop proceeds, and if you allow Old Fogy ma
chine^« to w ante your grain, you are Just that much out of pocket. To prevant this, se*
that tl e party that does your threshing procures a new -fangled A D W ANC'K Thresher,
as they aro constructed so as to save your grain, and have a better record than any old-fog)
machine. Write ?or further particulars. 1 am prepared to prove all my statements i. a.. Tn<
ADVANCE machine will do more and In lier work than any other.
I hereby challenge any old fogy agent to name ANY cane where the
ADVANCE machine han failed to da a» represented »lace It» lutradaetlaa
on thl» Coast. Mhow up or »hut up.
Remember that old fogy agents say ing the contrary does not make it so. It will pay you to
investigate. 1 ran prove all I nay.
I also sell the well known DIN<»KF WOOOBI’RY POWER. A number of manu
torturers make them on a roy ally but 1 do not know of any Imitation», bnt am always in
dined to look out for those that talk of imitations. 1 also deal in Lanndry and Marine
Machinery. Farm. Church and School Bella. General Machinery. Swift Oilers, Orme Safety
Valves, Miller Pumps. Hancock Inspirators, Dark & Kennedy Iniretora. .Acme and Alligator
Wrenches, Blacksmith 1 trills. Self Healing Bath Tuba, the Westinghouse Engines. See th«
prices: 10-horse on wheels,
Traction. >1075; 15 horse fraction, flirt). Special discount for
rash. General Agent for Colburn's Dynamo« and Lamps for Electric Lighting S to
THE RAWSON LIGHT RUNNING REAPERS AND MOWERS.
THE LINDGREN CHEMICAL FIRE ENGINES
Your villa«« canno« do without on«. You muat bar« ona for your milla.
bo without a small one iu your houae.
For particulars, addrvsa
You cannot sfford to
Z. T. WRIQMT, Font of Morrison St root. Portland, Orogon. |
[ C opyright , iv ;. ]
th® lining mucous
l,ron,oting the natural secretion of their foliicl.s and
glands, thereby eoitening tlie diseased and thickened membrane,
ditlon. As a blood-purlfler, it la unsurpaaaed.
bran^comprk;,!te ,c?Ur,rh “re diseases o/tho
‘ ling mucq«
: “K‘.re *' rlnf‘"f '« ‘he «tr». delfmSi hacking branes, or of the blood. It will readily bo seen why thia ERlcto»
is so well calculated to cure them. 7
ter^o«'th.w witl'h<’irJ>Le ‘h"«“. ,exPoctoration of offensive maN
U^x‘r®; the voice is ( hanged and
A s n local application
— for healing the diseased condi-
‘'’“.'’F • ‘he breath is offensive; »meli and tasto
tiou in tho head. Dr. Sage’s Catarrh
,s » •<‘ns',tion of dizzin.-es, with mental deprei
nil comparison the best preparation ever Invented,
»Ion, a backing couah and general debility. Only a few of the
11 is mild and pleasant to use,
-sc, producing no smarting
above-named symptoms arelik. lv to bo pri-sent tn anv one <sui
or pain, and containing no
_.‘zi3g, irritating, or caus-
Thousands of e.u.'S annually, without manifesting half of thè
above symptoms, result in córèuinption and endPin tl e grare
a . bc
or.<*b®r poison. This Remedy is a power-
c’ an<^ sprwlily destroys all bad smell which accom-
No disease is so common, more decent -n «rù
underauxxl, or more uisuóctsafull?^? by physietan^ k’“ ♦¿VL«8 8u ma*J7 cases of catarrh, thus affording great comfort to
nose who suffer from this disease.
y°" would removo nn evil, etrike at <tn
Golden Medical Discovery to the natural
n?.4.10 P.rf'disP<«uiir or real cause of
Ssg<4s Catarrh Remedy, iv
neipmate • of Dr. Sag^a
n“Jori’r <>f ci’c». ’«'me
T. catarrh is, 1 in the
not only cleanses, purifies, regulates, and builds
wonkn.ua. impurity, or otherwise faulty
healthy standard, and con
,:he system, in attempting to
quers throat, bronchial, and lung complications,
»h iT-en ftnJ tuch e*tot. but, from its specific
directed to fks remora/ of th,it cause. 'xne more we see or thl.
membrane of the nasal passages, it aldi
¡'WSL’S’HS ¡i,'“-' ■!" bran7*?cy. s
,he di’< 0"od, thickened, or ulcerated metn-
-------- » —J more do When 1 no J‘i?ltw’rJ^,?10on’ «n<i ,hu» »radicates the disease,
----------“1» with the use of a local.
w hen a euro is eflected in this manner « <• permanent.
nnHiseoMdood-cloausing and tunio meuiemes.
C.°.lden Medical Discovery and Dr. f^gel
H (S s ? t K1^? h ?T J™ i1,1'! by druggiats the world over. Discovery
<*ntarrh nnd nil the various diseases with
frequently complicated, as throat
bronchial, and lung dis«
w.»iir eik« inroat,
on Ca‘»n'h. riving valuable hint» U tt
d w‘fcer tnattera of Importance, will be mailed.
1 ost-paia to any audixss, on receipt of a 2-cent postage stamp.
ca. Discovery ¿.OTSffrtre^k^^
Address, Uorld’a Dispensary Medical Association,
________ No. M3 Main Street, BurrAtxi, N. Y.
CATARRH IN THE HEAD.
C ommon S ense
C ures .
o o o
<5^*01 -z ' THE ORIGINAL
-^L ittle liver pills .
As a LIVER PILL, they are I'naqnal-dl
S*"1 A‘LLE8f, CHEAPB8T, X3A.StX3aT TO T-AJE*-
whlch contain Poteonous MlneraA Always ask for
»kiE' P-'Uet*. which are little Sugar-coated Pills.
nr Anti-bmoua Granules. ONE PELUT A MSL
SICK HEADACHE, P®’
Sold by Druggists.
23 Cents a Vial.
»«MO fVSEtv VKGETABIr
liernd and eJ!^.Tn"td’.fnd
vtala. hermetically wak.l
i - ra^n'1 'llp
Wo As « genti" laxative. ahlilTZ!! “nd rp>1»-
‘escaping their sanative Influence.
■aaahrteraa ,r WOKLDrii DISFEXSABT IKVICAL DWOVWTWH.
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