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Schilling s Best baking powder and tea are
--------------------- because they are money-back.
What is the missing wordf-not SAFE, although Schiliisg't ¿'e.t tekmg
powder aud lea are safe.
Best baking powder or tea at your grocers’; take out the
ncket (brown ticket in every package of baking powder; yellow ticket in toe
tea); send a ticket with each word to address below before liecember 31st.
ntil October 15th two words allowed tor every ticket; after that only one
word for every ticket.
If only one person finds the word, that person gets f 2000.00; if several find
tt, Jaooo.oo will be equally divided among them.
Every one sending a brown or yellow ticket will receive a set of cardboard
creeping babies at tlie end of the contest. Those sending three or more in one
envelope will receive an 1898 pocket calendar—no advertising on it. These
creeping babies and pocket calendars will be different from the oues otfcied ki
the last contest.
Better cut these rules out.
MONEY-BACK, SAN FRANCISCO.
United States Reserve Navy.
IMPROVED SPRINKLING WAGON.
I » J
Step Ladder, for Fruit Gathering.
The Chicory Industry.
The chicory industry Is becoming
quite Important In Nebraska. The
roots can be grown on any soil suitable
for sugar beets. In fact, the two crops
require much the same treatment up to
the time the roots are taken to the fac
tory. The preparation of chicory as a
substitute for coffee calls for the slicing
and drying of the roots, to be followed
by roasting and. later, granulation or
grinding, according to tne demauds of
the trade. There are about half a zen
Tliere are 60 modern steainNhips fit
for Bruising now available by the Uni A Device that Dcea Away With Road-
ted States Navy in case oi war, exclu-;
aide Pninpa and Tanka.
■ive of regular war vessels building or 1
improvement in sDrinkling
in oommission, and there are rapid-fire
gano enough to equip 15 of them witli wagons bids fair to revolutionize road
a week. These ships are ocean liners and street sprinkling in the country
•nd eoast steamships carrying the Amer where there is no water system to sup
ply water ftom hydrants. Heretofore
it has been the custom to erect pump
GIVE US REST.
ing plants, or to pipe water from dis
tant points to stations along the road at
Tfite the prayer of the nervmie who do not
dee,» well. Let them use Hoitetter's Stomach such distances that the load at one ef
Bittte» and their prayer will be apeedllr hiikb - these stations would last nntil the
•red. Insomnia is the product nf indi'geotion wagon reached the next station on its
and ■ervoiisne.ss, two Hs.oei'iie a'lnu-nts, soon
remtwliid by the Bitters, which also vanquishes trip. This plan makes necesiary th.
malaria, constipation, liver eeuinliuul, rheu- expense of piping, tanks, wells, horse
FACTORY AT o ’NKII.I».
mattem and kidney complaints.
powers, etc., and has always been a
for the Anal preparation of the
Oldenburg’s dynasty is saved from very considerable item of expense, and
exVinntion by the birth of a eon to the more or less of an obstacle to having root In Nebraska, the one at O’Neill be
ing shown in the engraving.
hereditary grand duke.
roads well watered.
The improvement consists in attach
Points on Breeding.
ing a gasoline engine and centrifugal
A man should breed with some defi
pump on a platform at the rear of tbe nite purpose in view—should have an
sprinkling wagon so tliat water can be ideal In his mind, and constantly work
taken from any convenient source. A toward it. Having grade Jersey now.
suction hose with foot valve is attached In what respect is a change desired?
to the pump which can be lowered into The Guernseys and Jerseys are very
a tank, creek, watering trough, or an) similar in most important particulars.
water source. The wagon driver then Neither breed Is noted for giving extra
starts tlie engine, and in from six to large amounts of milk, but rather for
ten minutes his wagon is filled.
yielding milk of exceptional qual
ity. So far as breed is concerned,
we see nothing to be gained by chang
ing from Jersey to Guernsey; but there
■lay be a wide margin for choice as be
tween individuals. Rather than breed
these grade Jerseys to an indifferent
and unsatisfactory Jersey bull, we
would use a Guernsey, if one was of
fered. of better form and pedigree. For
the same reason, we would not accept
an inferior Guernsey, when a better
A man who has wasted the power of youth by
Jersey could be had.
excesses and fast living is only half a man; to
There have been some excellent cows
him the greatest ploasur s are only pastime, he
The illustration shows a wagon and
enjoys nothing, because his delicate senses are
stunted and all his vital powers weak. Are you pumping outfit just completed by the of the Guernsey-Jersey cross, but this
aneoi them? Go to the spring of life—electric Hercules Gas Engine Co., of San Fran was not because of the cross-breeding,
ity; drink to your heart’s satisfaction, saturate
your body with its vitalizing powers. It will cisco and now in use by the Supervisors but because dam and sire were superior
restore your manhood. It is life, and will re of Tulare county upon the roads near animals. Some people affect to think
new what you hav lost.
there Is some hidden power or virtue in
It consists of an improved type of an cross-breeding, and they are continu
Dr. Sanden's Electric Belt,
ally following after some will o' tlie
Invented years ago; now as near perfect as sci ordinary sprinkling wagon, and a plat
ence oan make it; physicians recommend it as form built at the rear of tlie tank upon wisp, phantasm br cbnrm, in tbe de
rhe one remedy wh ch w ill restore manly vigor, which stands aS1, H. P. Special Her lusive effort to get something for
(t will prove a'fruitful source of energy to your
cules Gasoline Engine geared to a 3- nothing. Cross-breeding is all right
«battered nerve forces. Tiy it.
inch centrifugal pump.
From this provided It is entered upon with a clear
pump runs a rubber suction hose ami understanding of its limitations and
Cannot Help Recommending It.
discharge pipe into the tank. The tank purposes, but one must not expect to
Fern Hill, Wash., May 20, 1S9G.
holds 12,000 gallons of water which raise profitable cows from sires that
Dear Sir—I got a belt from yon over a year
have only a name to recommend them.
ago which I find is all you recommend it to be, will be filled by the pump in six min
and cannot help but * recoin men nd it to my utes under ordinary lift, or not to ex There are a great many “scrubs”
friends. Yours truly,
W. A. M’NAIR.
amonk the full-blooded animals in all
Thteshous what it doe». The book, “Three ceed ten minutes’ lifting 20 feet, and
•lasses of Men,” is free, sealed, my mail. Get it. at a cost of about 3 cents for each fill breeds.—Hoard's Dairyman.
Dr. Sanden’s Electric Belt cures weak men. ing. The uses to which this improve
•all or address,
For Washing; Vehicles.
ment can be put are not confined to
The device shown in the cut will save
SANDEN ELECTRIC BELT CO. road sprinkling, but it is applicable to much time and labor In washing wag
• 63 West Washington St., Portland, Or. any purpose where water has to be ons. A narrow, water-tight l>ox rf the
hauled, as, for instance, supplying shape shown in tbe illustration is
Pletine mention this Paper.
threshing machinery or conveying water
from one point to another for any pur
THE OLD STORY
pose. The simplicity of the engine
its use perfectly safe and relia
OF LOVE AND LIFE, makes
ble, as it is automatio in action, all
AS TOLD IX THE NEW BOOK,
tliat is needed being to open the valve
admitting tlie gasoline, and to give the
Thousands of happy men pronounce this
wheel a start with the hand. It is
work the means of their physical salvation.
It gives the latest scientific facts concerning durable and not at all likely to get out
of order, requirng neither engineer not
It describes tho only known method of at
machinist to keep it in condition for
taining fullest natural manly vigor.
It points out Homa Treatment for all ex
cesses and sexual disbarments.
Sprinkling country roads has been
It shows how to euro nervousness, hope
considerable of a problem, and it is be
One copy of “COMPLETE MANHOOD
lieved that this improvement will go
AND HOw TO ATTAIN IT” sent free, in
plain wrapper, sealed securely, to the address
far towards an economical solution of
of any sincere inquirer, by the Erie Medical
it. The Hercules Gas Engine Works ot
Cotnpany, 65 Niagara St., Buffalo, N. Y.
San Francisco, furnish these wagons
and engines in any desired capacity, and
fully guarantee them In every way.
BRTICR FOR WARTUNG VEHTCI.E*
A Weak Man
stock rs not constantly growing better
it shows that It is as good as the care it
gets. If be had cows that would yield
much more than those he has now the)
would deteriorate until they reachei
his present standard. Care and feed
Ing of the cow while bearing her young
and persistent milking of her during
this period, have as much to do witL
making the calf a good milker as ha»
the animal's pedigree. Scrub treat
inent of stock soon reduces it to thf
condition of scrubs. On the other band
better care of the present stock will in
crease Its capacity for producing milk
Considering how easily step ladders
are made, and their small cost, it is sur
prising that they are not more used in
leathering fruit. The habit oi climbing
all through the tree, bruising and in
juring Its brandies, is the direct cause
of tlie numerous sap shoots that start
out wherever a branch on the trunk is
bruised. There was excuse in the
olden time for training fruit trees high,
so that cattle and horses when pastur
ing the orchard should not reach uj
and gather most of the fruit prema
turely. But most of the orchards late
ly are trained with heads so low that
a step ladder set under them, and one
somewhat higher set against tbe out
side of the tree, will enable the orchard-
1st to gather his fruit more easily and
safely than he could going through the
trees according to the old fashion.
A Sad Beginning.
He poised the bivalve on his fork.
And then explained tlie reason:
"This is,” he said, with airy grace,
"My fust un of tbe season.”
Ho smiled and gulped the bivalve
Oh, wasn’t be a mad uni
He prnneed, he choke»), he kicked, he
His fust un was a bad un.
—Cleveland Plain Dealer.
A New Hartford (Conn.) man
day set over 1,000 tobacco plants,
tbe next morning fourni that the
worms had destroyed every plaut
one over night.
HOM K PRODUCTS AND I*UK 1C FOOD.
All Eastern Syrup, eo-called. n.nally very
light colored and of heavy body, 1. made froiñ
glucose. "Ten fiiirrlfu brip»'* i. made from
Sugar Can« and i. strictly pure. It 1» to' bale
by flnt-el.w grocers, in cans unit, M ttii uiac-
lured b» the P acific C oast sv it er Co..........
line “Ten i.nrdrii Drip," have the mauuiac-
‘.urer's name lithographed on every can.
Golden Wax Beana.
AN OPEN LETTER
Bracket« for Staging«.
A year or so ago there was shown In
these columns a cut of r wall bracket
for a staging. An improvement is seen
in tbe first illustra
tion. An ’ron bolt
passes through tlie
back of the brack
et. through an au
ger hole In the
boarding of tbe
wall, then through
a bit of hard wood
IMPROVED BIIA< KKT.b'W,d ““‘J the“
t li r o u g 11 a nut,
which, being screwed up on tlie inside,
binds the bracket firmly to the wall on
tlie inside. To save tlie bother of uslnga
wrench, the nut can be made In one
end of a curved bit of iron, This can
be readily turned up w’th the band.
A set of these
brackets can be
put up in a few
aud save all cut
ting and waste of
boards, as in the
old wny of build
ing a staging. Iu ROOF BRACKET.
the second ple-
ture Is seen a bracket for roof staging
that tells its own story, It is adj us t-
able to any pitch of roof, and lias sharp
iron points to keep it from slipping.—
Farm and Home.
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the kind you have always bought
and has the siof
per. Ao one has authority from rue to use my name except
The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher
March 8, 1897,
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute
which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies
on it), • the
v- ’ ingredients
’ ' 1 even he docs not know.
“The Kind You Have Always Bought
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You
“A perfect type of the highest order of excellence In intaBfictore.**
Walter Baker & Co.’s
BREAKFAST COCOA I
Feeding Salt to Cattle.
"It has been fully demonstrated,”
says Capt. C. Adams, manager of the
Superior, Neb., Cattle Co., “that It is
poor policy to feed cattle salt that you
are trying to fatten for the market.”
Mr. Adams tried tlie experiment by
actual tests. He put so many head in
one field, and fed them freely of salt;
an equal number in another field,
gave no salt. Tlie cattle without
put on flesh more rapidly and were
ready for market several days ahead of
the other bunch which had been freely
salted. After several tests, tbe cattle
flrm have decided not to feed salt lav
ishly, if any, in the future.
Costs Less than One Cent a Cup.
Be sure that you get th.
genuine article, made at
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
Planting Peach Pits.
Try Sehnilac*» Beat tea sodtaMsg yewSey.
•• I have suffered with womb trouble
over fifteen years. I had inflammation,
enlargement, and displacement of tbo
•* The doctor wanted me to take treat
ments, but I ha»l just begun taking
said I had
and see how
do me. I
was so sick
when I began
with her medi
cine, I could
hardly be on my
feet. I had the
stantly, also headache, and wassodiny.
I could not walk around, and I could not
lie down, for then my heart would beat
so fast I would feel as though I was
smothering. I had to sit up in bed
nights in order to breathe. I waa so
weak I could not do anything. I have
now taken several bottles of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and
used three pack ages of Sanative Wash,
and can say I am perfectly cured. I do
not think I could have lived long if Mrs.
Pinkham's medicine had not he 1 ped me. *
Cherry Creek, N. Y., lias a blind and
The golden wax bean is very poptilat
N». 45, •»».
N. P. N. U.
as a snap bean, though to our taste it >ne-armeJ man who give lessons to 25
HKN writing tn ndv.rtia.r», plMso
has less of tbe characteristic beau lupils on various musical instruments.
mention this paper.
flavor than have the snap beaus that
are green rather than golden ill color.
Their advantages as a snap Itrttn con
sists, we suspect, in being less stringy
than the more highly flavored green
snap beans, aud in keeping their ten
derness until nearly the time of ripen
ing. But when dried and shelled, the
AVE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE UsE OF THE WORD “ CASTORIA" ANO
wax beans are really superior in qual
“PITCHER'S CASTORIA,” AS OUR TRADE MARK.
ity, next to Lima beans In tenderness.
The only objection to the bean is that
I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
when cooked it is dark colored. But was
the originator of “PITCHER’S CASTORIA," the, same
this Is really a small matter. It Is,
however, rather difficult to shell the that has borne and does now
wax bean. Its pod. even when ripened, bear the facsimile signature of
continues to lie thick and docs not dry
out readily. Hence It must usually be This is the original “PITCHER’S CASTORIA,” which has been
shelled by hand.—American Cultivator. used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty
It is a good plan to plant all peach
pits when it is known that the fruit has
been grown on trees free from yellows.
If the peach is an extra good one, it
may well be left to fruit on its own
stock. Some kinds of peaches repro
duce themselves for seed, and all kinds
of this fruit are more likely to produce
something nearly like themselves. If
the native fruit proves to be worthless,
■lipped under the wheel when It has
• loo REWARD. S1OO.
been “jacked” up. A pall of water Is a few buds Inserted higher up after It
at Cut Rates...
now poured in and tbe wheel revolved. lias grown large enough to show wliat
reader, of this paper will be pleased
WOODARD, CLARKE A CO. learn tha; there I. at lea>t one dreaded diaeaas The dirt can thus be removed quickly it is, will change it to whatever variety
that kcience ha. been able torn re in all ItH.tAL'ea and much more easily than when a pall may be desired.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Portland.
and that I. catarrh. Hell'. Catarrh < lire s the
only |e eitive cure now known to the mouical is used to hold the water. Once used,
fraternity. Catarrh being a coi .titutlonal dis the benefits of this device will be very
The period of cheapest growth is be
Make money by succesful ease,
reqn re.acon.tittilion.l treaim-nt. Hall*.
iBfLII II I speculation in Chicago. We Catarrh
I. taken Internally, acting di reedy apparent.—Orange Judd Farmer.
fore the animal Is matured.
VW fl r £1 I buv and sell wheat on mar- upon the Cure
blood and tnucoiie aurlaee. of the ava-
The best way to feed oats is In com
W llkrl I gins. Fortune« have been tem. thereby
deatroylng the foundation of the
made on a sir.all beginning by trading in fn- disease, and giving the patient atrenirth by
One of the important advantages of blnation with other materials.
tures. Write lor full particulars Best sf ret- building up the constitution a id assisting
An animal that is Infested with ver
erence given. Several years’ experience on the nature in doing Its work. The proprietor, have the Dorset «beep is Its prolificacy. The
Chictwo Bo» rJ of Trade, an«1 a thorough know- eo much faith in Ira curative powers, that thev
ledge of the business. Send for our free refer offer One Hundred Dollar, inrany case that it ewes quite generally farrow two lamlm min cannot be kept in a good condi
ence book. DOWNIN’«, HOPKINS & Co., falls to cure. Send lor list of testimonial..
and have been known to drop triplets tion.
Chicago B< ard of T^ade Brokers. Offices in
Arrange good shelter. Animals can
F. J. CHENEY, A Co., Toledo, O. and raise them all. They are a very
Portland, Oregon and 9eattle, Wash.__________
Sold by druggists, 7Sc.
Hall's Family Pills are the beat.
hardy sheep, well able to defend them not thrive even with good feed when
selves, and even marauding dogs, who uncomfortably cold.
One advantage with sheep Is that
The oonvict« with a good record In have regarded tlie «heep as their nat
they aid materially In keeping the
Bulbs and Roses.
pastures clean l»y eating down weeds.
Fruit and Shade wear suits of cadet gray instead of obliged to desist when they find them-
Clover bay and good wheat straw in
aelvea confronted with the formidable
TreesJ* Spray Pumps«* Bee Supplies
horns with which both the bucks and equal parts with a little wheat bran
> Fertilizers .> Catalogs Free
Tbe high note of a cuckoo has been ewes of this breed are armed. In lo make a ration equal to good timothy
BUELL LAMBERSON, Portland. determined by an English observer to calities where predatory dogs are the bay.
flood farming Is not only taking ad
be usually from F to E flat, tbe lew shepherd's scourge, the horned Dor-
note from D to B.
sets are the siyep that will be most vantage of favorable circu mats nces,
but also in overcoming adverse condì-
•ure to give satisfaction.
I shall recommend PIso'» Cure for Con-
Wacnrry the most complete hue of G*mnMian iiiniptioti far and wide.—Mr». Mulligan,
Better Cowa Need Better Care.
More or less linseed meal ran be
aud Athletic(Mmaon the Coast.
Pluinetead, Kent, England, Nov. 8. 1806.
Many farmers think that If they only used to a good advantage with all
•uns AWU UNIFORMS MADE TO ORDM.
•and for Utir Athletic Cata4o<ue.
The bridge at Montreal, Canada, la had the money to buy better cows they classes of stock. It Is not only nutri
would then have no trouble In making tions but aids digestion and helps to
two miles long.
WILL a FINCK COM
■oaey. But if tbe farmer’» present regulate tbs bowels.—Farmers Union.
MB-BSO Mark«« M.. »M rwtaee, wot.
USE BILL GOODS «.•!*
TO WOMEN FROM
The world has come to know that the
muscles have much to do with the health
of the system, and the era of athletics lias
so much developed them that the whole
man is a stronger being than in former years
But the worry of it all is tliat the muscles
are of the ilesli, uesby. A little twist, or
slip, or jerk—these happen in all work—
and then a sprain, bprains disable and '
are costly in time and money, tut not if
8t. Jacobs Oil is used, for it cures surely
aud promptly aud the worry of it is over.
Power that will save you money and
make you money. Hercules Engines
arc the cheapest power known. Burn
Gasoline or Distillate Oil; uu smoke,
fire, or dirt. For pumping, running
dairy or farm machinery, they have no
equal. Automatic in action, perfectly
safe and reliable.
Scud fer illustrated catalog.
(2^ armai horsepower)
Price, only $185.
Bay St., San Francisco, Cai.
Yield, doubt, the amount of any other graxa
for hay or pasture. Will stand tne dry season
and grows as vigorously in 8«pt«ml>er a«i in
June. It grows on dry hills where nothing else
will grow. It solves the problem of pasturage
Ln the northwest country. Price 20c per pound.
Address all orders to M. J. Mil IE 1.1 »A.
of all kinds. Price. >1. On receipt of tarns we
will deliver it at your nearest express office free
Portland no tel Pharmacy,
Sixth and Morrison street,