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The derangements of
the female organism that
breed all kinds of trouble
and which ordinary prac
tice does not cure, are the
very things that give way
promptly to Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Com
Uterine and ovarian
troubles, kidney troubles,
ulcerations, tumors, un
usual discharges, back-
aohes and painful periods
-these are the Ills th.
hang on and wreck healt.
and happiness and dis
has a wonderful record
of absolute cures of these
troubles — a constant
series of successes for
thirty years. Thousands
of women vouch for this.
Their letters constantly
appear in this paper.
Imitation of Christ.
The true imitation of Christ lies not
in a mere copying of the outward de
tails of his life, but in the possession
and outworking of the spirit which
dwelt in Him.—Baptist Union.
Andrew Carnegie on Trusts.
RAM’S HORN BLASTS.
(Varsiu, Note« Callins the Wicked
OH'S work never
waits on the tnau
who is not ready.
In order to show
us the stars God
had to give us
Before the devil
can be chained the
saloon door must
Nothing btN »in
ever made any
body doubt th» di
vinity of Jesus Christ.
Prayer for daily bread is answered
with dally strength.
To nail your doctrines to the cross
will not take away your sins.
flood fortune sometimes conies to see
us in a very shabby looking carriage.
The devil probably dressed In white
on the day the cigarette was Invented.
A man had better sleep in sloth than
keep himself awake witli wickedness.
There can be no refinement of man
ners where there is corruption of mor
It would puzzle an onion to under
stand what there is about a rose that
Angels weep on the day that n young
man begins to spend more mouey than
he can make.
The cross corrects the pessimism of
the reign of natural law by the revela-
itioii of tlie reign of divine love.
Many a man whose prayers were
long will be kept out of heaven be
cause Ills yardstick was too short.
When nn evil thought Is trying to
force itself Upon your mind, the devil is
knocking at the door of your heart.
The man who says, “Our Father,” In
holiest prayer, will not be found stand
ing witli his foot on (lis brother's neck.
Allen’s Foot-Ease, a powder for llie feet
It cures painful, swollen, smarting, nerv
ous feet, and instantly takes the sting out
of corns and bunions. It’s the greatest
comfort discovery of tlie age. Allen’s Foot-
Kase makes tight or new shoes feel easy.
Itisa certain cure for Ingrowing Nails,
sweating, callous and hot, tired, aching
feet. We have over 30.000 testimonials.
Try it tvday. Sold bv till druggists and
shoe stores. By mail for *25c. ill stamps.
Trial package FREE. Address, Allen 8.
Olmsted, be Roy, N. V.
Two Sides of This Question.
Since the United States has cast grave
doubts on the safety of German toys,
etc., says the Indianapolis News, Ger
many has discovered that tariff dis-,
crimination is no child’s play.
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow’s Sooth
ing Syrup the best remedy to use for th’>t
ebildreu during the teething period.
Troubles of Jamaica.
Jamaica is in a perilous condition.
The finances are in an even greater
tangle than usual. Trade is depressed,
•nd the people are in a miserable con
dition of poverty. Successive officials,
each more dishonest anti corrupt than
his predecessor, have sown the wind,
and now the nation is reaping the
Carter'll Ink Is the Best Ink
made, but no dearer than the poorest. Has
the largest sale of any ink in the world.
Smoking by Boys.
The Japanese house of representa
tives has passed a proposal to prohibit
boys below the age of 20 from smoking.
I do not believe Piso’s Cure for Consump
tion has an equal for coughs and colds -
J ohn F. B ovi . r . Trinity bprings, 1ml., Feb.
15, 1900.___________ ’_______ _
Two hundred thousand acres in Chi
huahua, Mexico have been bought for
100 colonists from Missouri.
Headache This Morning?
Ten cents, after eating too much, drinking
too much, will prevent that morning torture.
( arry a box of Cascarets in your pocket. Drug
gists’ 10c, 25c, 50c.
Poisonous snakes when with young
• re sluggish and retiring in their hab
its. The little ones are born with fangs
•nd poison glands in full perfection,
and aie dangerous even before tasting
food or water. The young are much
more active than the adults and prob
ably their poison is more virulent.
Scientists are recommending the
electric light bath. It is free from the
exhausting effects of Turkish bath«,
•nd is soothing to sore muscles aud
COOK BOOK FREE.
A postal addressed to P. O. Pox 41, Portland.
Oregon, will bring you a handsome Ko-Nut
Cook Book. Ko-Nut is the latest lard substi
tute; and purer, cheaper and more economical.
For Sale by all Grocers.
Vast Coat of imported Perfam.-s.
A recent compilation of statistics
shows tiie. In 189» American dealers
liought mire thin |Vi0.0<>0 worth of
foreign cosmetics and perfumes. The
late Kate Field said, a few years ago,
that American women spend $32.000.-
a year In those toilet luxurles.”most
of which.” she said, “are poisonous.”
A society has been formed In Berlin
to combat the heresy of the circulation
of the blood. The members show their
zeal by Interrupting the medical lec
tures at the university by protests.
A woman has a terrible struggle with
her conscience If she feels that sbs
didn't struggle enough with her bus-
baud to get him to church-
Is not the question, but how much you di-
Rest, because food does good only when it
is digested and assimilated, taken up by
the Dlood and made into muscle, nerve,
bone and tissue. Hood s Sarsaparilla re
stores to the stomach its pow ers of diges
tion. Then apatite is natural and healthy.
Then dyspepsia is gone, and strength, elas
ticity and endurance return.
Stomach Trouble- “Mr mother
had a very bad stomach trouble. She
weighed only 111 pounds. After taking
four bottles of Hood’s Sarsaparilla she
weighed 134> pounds. She took it again
after the grip and one hottie got her up.”
Miss O tir M c C oy , 528 Lafayette Ave.,
1« America’s Greatest
Makes light, flaky, delicious hot
biscuits, rolls', muffins and crusts.
Makes hot bread wholesome. These
are qualities peculiar to it alone.
I have found the Royal Baking Powder superior
to all others.—C. G okju , late Chef, Delmonico’s.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
How He Was Insulted.
A clever housewife has devised a
' kitchen table which is most servicable,
especially in a small room. She had a
carpenter make a second top for the
J ordinary table and had it fitted on to
J that with hinges at the back. The top
. shuts down tightly over the table ami
I is used for the daily service, but when
ANOTHER FAST TRAIN.
| bread or pastry is to be made, it is
raised, and a fresh pine surface, never
The Rio Grande Western Railway’ used for anything else, is ready.—
“The Great Salt Lake Route,” has re Washington Star.
sumed its fast train services to the East,
The manager of a St. Louis theater
making the run from Portland to Chi
cago in three days and a half. No lay has announced that no mother-in-law
over is necessary, and only one change jokes will be tolerated in his house.
of cars is made. Those who desire it Perhaps, says the Chicago Tiniea-Iler-
have the privilege, however, of a day ald, wifie’s mamma has come to live
light stopover either at Salt Lake City with him.
The peanut crop of 1899 is nearly
or Denver. Three daily express trains
are run, leaving Ogden, Utah, at 7:15 1,000,000 bushels heavier than the crop
a. m., and 1:15 and 7 p m. The morn of 1898.
ing train carries a through standard
sleeper to Chicago, via the Burlington
I,A BASTING Is the original
Route, and the night train one via the
and only durable wall coating,
entirely different from all kal
Chicago, Roek Island & Pacific Rail
somines. Ready for use in
way. The tourist sleepers and chair
white or fourteen beautiful
cars run daily as formerly through
tints by adding cold water.
from Portland to Denver.
ADIES naturally prefer ALA-
BASTINE for walls and ceil
week tourist excursion cars are run
ings, because It Is pure, clean,
through from Portland to Boston. All
durable. Put up In dry pow
trains carry (lining cars, making the
dered form, In five-pound pack
ages. with full directions.
trip across the continent, via “The
LL kalsomines are cheap, tem
Great Salt Lake-Route,” most desira
porary preparations made from
ble. The Rio Grande Western Railway
whiting, chalks, clays, etc.,
and stuck on walls with de
is the only road running thiough Salt
animal glue. ALABAS-
Lake City, and with its connections—
TINE Is not a kalsomine.
the Denver & Rio Grande and the Col
EWARE of the dealer who
orado Midland—takes the passenger
says ho can sell you the “same
thing” as ALABASTINE or
through the famous Rocky mountain
‘‘something just as good.” iHo
scenery of Colorado.
Is either not posted or is try
ing to deceive you.
For rates aud all other information,
address J. D. MANSFIELD,
ND IN OFFERING somethin*
258 Washington St.,
ho has bougnt cheap and tries
to sell on ALABASTINE’S de
“He insulted me,” said th) legis
“Indeed?” returned the plain citi
zen. “Offered you money, 1 suppose?”
“Oh, it wasn’t that,” replied the
legislator, “but lie underestimated my
A new way of blasting rock is to
place a cartridge of water into a ehot
hole and convert it into steam instant
ly by electricity.
This method is
especially applicable in coal mines.
• 1OO KKWARD S1OO.
The readers of this naper will be pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
that science has l»een able to cure in all its
stage*, aud that is catarrh. II all's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh bein$ a constitutional dis
ease, 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 founda
tion of the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its work. The pro
prietors have so much faith in its curative
powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list
of testimonials. Address
F. J. CHENEY <fc CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall’s Family Pills are the best.
The injury to soil by flooding by a
high tide is variously estimated to last
from five to 20 years. A late investiga
tion in Essex, England, showed that
the soil was left with two percent salt,
mostly to the complete destruction of
mands. he may not realize the
a lawsuit. on
selling and consumers by using
Infringement. Alabastlne Co.
own right to make wall coat
ing to-mlx with cold water.
HE INTERIOR WALLS of
every church and school should
be coated only with pure, dur
able ALABA8TINE. It safe
tons used yearly for this work.
customers should avoid get
ting cheap kalsomines under
having our goods In packages
and properly labeled.
VTSANCE of wall paper !• ob
viated bv A LA BASTINE.
can be used on plastered wa-lis,
•wood ceilings, brick or can
vas. A child can brush It on.
It does not rub or seal« off.
STABLISHED In favor. Shun
all Imitations. Ask paint deal
er or druggist for tint card.
Write us for
let. free. ALABASTINE. CO..
Orand Rapids, Mich.
Decoration, to Be Restored.
The old question of restoring tha
traceries to the windows in the palace
of the doges at Venice is again agitat
ing artistic Italy. The exterior of the
palace as it stands today was begun in
the early part of the 18th century, and
required 100 years for its completion.
In 1577 fire destroyed all but the walls.
Up to that time the windows were en
riched with beautiful tracery. — N. Y.
Proposed Alliance With Bn,land.
If (lie I'nited States and England should Wot Id.
form an alliance, the combined strength
would he in great that there would be lil-
t le chance for enemies to overcome us. I 11
a like ntanner, when men and women keep
up their bodily strength with Hostetter's
Stomach Hitters, there is little chance of
attacks front disease. The old time remedy
enriches the blood, builds up the muscles,
steadies the nerves and increases the appe
tite. Try it.
HAVE IT READY
St. Jacobs Oil
Sniff—Skooplev’s wife is the bravest
and coolest person I ever saw.
Shawe—Ah! She looks like a very
Sniff—I kuow it; but I visited there
while her baby was cutting his first
tooth. You may not believe it, but nt
the time uothing in that woman’s con
duct would lead anyone to suspect that
anything unusual was going on!—
Makes the BEST PUMPS for IRRIGATION and
RECLAMATION. MINE DRAINAGE. Capa
cities from one gallon to 100,000 gallons per minute.
They also 17 D AP II TWO STAMP MILLS,
i Cement Gravel Mills, and the
D kakk A malo a mato a.
Special Machinery for CAPE NOME. Send for Catalogue.
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BUILDS UP’ c-
PODY NfRVeS A« JJRAIht
r’Tfi,VNI10IW BY THC MEDICALTACULTY
ALL OVER. THE WORLD.
THE CHILDHEN’S BLOOD
Needs some sort of a tonic, something to
make it healthy and rich iu Springtime.
Moore’s ' Revealed Remedy
Doe« It quickly »nd It’« plensant to take.
|l per hottie >t your druggirt'»,_________
New McCormick Roller
( AWHTON A CO.: KNGINK8, BOILKH8, Ma
chinery. supplies. 4»-50 First 8t., Portland,Or.
BEST FOR THE
BOWELS 1000 YEARS OF WASTE
Ever since grate Are* were invented, household
er* have been wasting *> per cent of their fuel, for
moM of the h**»t went up the chimney. But now
there ia * wuaderful change, for everybody who
s»-ea It adopts th»- New Columbian fir** grate that
ha« a new nyntem of draughts, make« a wli le
flame, no „moke at al), and wends all the heat Into
' the room
For pictures and full description apply
to THE JuHN KAKKKTT CO., 91 First
street, Portland. Oregon.
CURE YOURSELF I
Cae Big Cl for nnnafnral
discharges,Infiarn mat ions,
irritations or ulcerations
of m neons membranes.
rainl»-wi. and not, astrin
gent or poisonous.
or sent in plain wrapper,
Ï oiproas, prepaid, for
•. or 1 bottles. |B.n.
resist sent on request
Ry a simple twist of the wrist you cau line
up the cutter bar on tlie
Champion Draw Cut Mower
JOHN POOLE. P ortland , O rfgow .
can give you the beat bargains in general
machinery, engines, boilers, tanks, pumps,
plows, belts and windmills. The new
steel IXL windmill, told by him, is un-
If you haven't a regular, healthy movement of ths
bowels every day. you're sick, or will be Keep yuur
bowels open, and be well. Force, in tbeshapoof
violent physic or pill poison, is dangerous. The
•m-otbrst. easiest, most i»erfect way or keeping the
bowels clear and clean is to take
Fancy and Fact.
Jaue—When I was a girl I used to
want to run away from home and be a
stern and haughtv governess to a lot of
wild children who had a handsome
Matha—Is that so?
“Yes; and now I can’t even make my
Compliment With a Sting.
two-year-old infant mind a word 1 say.”
Talk altout delightfully put compli —Indianapolis Journal.
ments. I heard a girl at a supper de
liver herselt of a perfect jewel the other
night. She leaned across the table—
the table next to me—to say it, and she
“Oh, Miss Dumdum,” she said, cor
Minor accidents are so frequent
and such hurts so troublesome
dially, “I’ve got a trade-last for you.”
no household should be without
"A swap?” asked Miss Dumdum,
a bottle of
beaming with anticipatory delight.
“Uhhuh,” answered the other.
“Lieut. Bulbul said it.”
“Oh, do tell it!” pleaded Miss Dum
“It was an awfully nice one,” said
the first gril, “aud Lieut. Bulbul meant
He said yon waltzed divinely.
He said he was awfully surprised, too,
to find it out, so I know he ineant it.
it is a
He said he wouldn't have thought from
seeing you walk that you could dance
at all.”—Washington Post.
Have You Seen The
She—I’ve bought a Noah’s ark as a
birthday gift for the Jones little boy.
11e—Good graciousi Don’t you kuow
the Joneses are vegetarians?
"Weil, what of that?”
“Why, the Jones baby will be sure
to put the animals in his mouth, and
probably swallow them.”—Philadel
Change Their Nature After Having
Been Acclimated In Boerdont.
"One of the greatest troubles experi
enced by people living in tropical coun
tries,” said L. T. Varden, of Chicago,
nt the Gilsey house, "is to obtain meat
of a quality fit to eat. Take the Phil
ippines, for iustance. The cattle there
are magnificent to look at. but they
cut up Into mighty poor food, being fat
and also stringy. Almost all the meat
used by our men there comes from
Australia, being brought in refrigera
tor ships, from which It is issued threa
times a week. The Australian Is as
good beef as a man would care to eat.
There is. or’rather was—for it Is nearly
a year and a half since I was there—a
lack of poultry, also. No hens or
chickens can be obtained, but only
ducks, which Is an exceedingly poor
substitute for a lien’s egg, in uiy esti
mation. I understand that since then
they have tried to remedy this and
other deficiencies by Importing liens
and other things, but I doubt the suc
cess of the experiment, for the climate,
different kind of food and the like, may
change the flesh of the fowl and the
quality of the egg.' C. A. Williams, a
friend of mine, who used to lie United
States consul at Johannesburg, and
who now lives iti the Transvaal, told
me that when he first went to South
Africa he endeavored to raise the char
acter and quality of his table supplies
by Importation. The meat in South
Africa was poor, but that could not be
helped. American fowls.
thought, would be a decided Improve
ment over those of the Transvaal, anti
their eggs would enable him to begin
each day with an easy stomach ant! a
satisfied' mind. So he brought out a
flock of American-tired poultry. At
first all went well; the breakfast egg
was a godsend and the occasional
chicken at dinner all that he bad fond
ly anticipated, but then there came a
change, at first so gradual that Will
iams was inclined to attribute it to loss
of appetite. The breakfast egg grew
coarse and coarser In flavor until li be
came wholly uneatable and the dinner
chicken deteriorated In similar manner
and with identical result. With the
former, however, the outward appear
ance of the egg remained the same, but
the poultry not only changed In qual
ity and flavor of flesh, but also la ex
ternal appearance as well. Without
increasing the size of the body, the
necks grew longer and thinner ntid the
legs lengthened out of all proportion,
until nt last the liens resembled noth
ing so much ns diminutive ostriches.
They were unfit to eat and of no other
domestic use. and so Williams gave
them nway to the Kaffirs, but for some
time lie thought of exhibiting them
here at a poultry show, mainly to as
certain what names competent judges
would apply to them, but the expense
deterred him. He also had another
scheme to get even, which was to en
ter the roosters in cocking mains.
Williams said they could lick anything
that wore feathers, short of an eagle
or an ostrich, and that there was not a
dog In the Transvaal that would come
anywhere near ids house while they re
mained his property, so utterly had the
few dogs which had tried conclusfoao
with them been routed.”—New York
An Inappropriate Gift.
YANKEE HENS IN SOUTH AFRICA.
C O N S UM f T|ON
A director of the Standard Oil Cbm- 1
pauv has recently published in the In
dependent an article declaring trusts
to be good for the workingman.
the May Century, Andrew Carnegie of
the Carnegie Company, which r vals
the Standard Oil for first place among
the world’s great corporations, will
contribute an essay taking the same
ground. Ill thia article, which bears
the title “Popular Illusions About
Trusts,” the great steel manufacturer
argues that the evils of trusts are gen
erally self-corrective; that no trust can
live long unless it secures a virtual
monopoly of the commodity it deals in;
and that "the only people who have
reason to fear trusts are those who trust
them.” In the same magazine “The
Rea) Danger of Trusts”—their menace
to the independence of the individual
and the state—will be pointed out in
a vigorous editorial.
You can’t do it on any other. And there
other points loo. Send for catalogue.
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Grates and Tiling, Tile Flooring. Tile Wain
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Gas ana Combination Chandeliers, ami all suje
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ITCHING Pile« pndace r.iofwtnr* and rau«e Itching.
Tbl« form, a* well a« Blind. Bleeding or Protruding
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