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When the e cretorv organa fail to carry off the waste material fiom the system, there is an abnor
mal accumulation of effete matter which ja,isons and clogs the blood, and it becomes sour aqd acid.
This poison is carried through the general circulation to all parts of the body, and upon reaching
the skin surface there is a redness ami eruption, and bv certain peculiarities we recoguize Eczema,
Tetter, Acne, Salt Rheum, Psoriasis, Erysipelas atul many other skin trouble., more or less severe.
Whih the skin is the seat of irritation, the real disease is in the blood Medicated lotions and
powders may allay the itching and burning, but never cure, no matter how long and faithfully
continued, and the condition is often aggravated and skin permanently injured by their use.
The disease is more man skin deep: the entire circulation is poisoned.
The many preparations of arsenic, mercury, potash, etc., not only do not cure skin diseases, but soon ruin the digestion
•nd break down the constitution.
S. S. S., nature's own remedy, made of roots, herbs and barks, of great purifying and tonical properties, quickly and
effectually cures blood and skin troubles, because it goes direct to the root of the disease and stimulates and restores normal,
healthv action to the different organs, cleanses and eurr lies the blood, and thus relieves the system of all poisonous secretions.
S. S. is. cures permanently because it leaves none of the original poison to referment in the blood and cause a fresh attack.
Healthy blood is necessary to preserve that clear, smooth skin and beautiful com
plexion so much desired by all. S. S. S. can be relied upon with certainty to keep
the blood in perfect order. It has been curing blood and skin diseases for half a cen
tury ; no other medicine can show such a record.
S. S. S. contains no poisonous minerals — is purely vegetable and harmless.
Our medical department is in charge of physicians of large experience in treating
blood and skin diseases,who will take pleasure in aiding by their advice and direction all
who desire it. Write fully and freely about your case ; your letters are held in strictest
confidence. We make no charge whatever for this service. Our book on Blood and
Skin Diseases will be sent free upon application.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, CA.
Removal Sale at P. M Flynn & Co.’s
The R eporter and Weekly Oregonian
one vear for $2, strictly in advance
E. J. Wood returned Saturday evening
from a business trip to Tillamook.
The beet gopher and mole trap ever
invented, at F. W, Spencer’s.
Harvey Walker and Paul Cooper got :
home Sunday from a week’s camp on 1
Photo mounts cut to any size you wish 1
at this office, and for sale cheaper than 1
The India social out at the Skinner
residence Thursday evening of last week
ie spoken of aa a great big success. The
attendance was large, and the occasion
one of much enjoyment.
Tents for sale or rent. Hammocks,
all kinds and prices. Camp stoves ami
outfits, at Hodson's
The St. Louis Button Co., 020 North
Broadway, St. Louis, is headquarters for
campaign buttons, where political clubs
can get buttons on short notice and at
Be sure to go to the old reliable Racket
store for hats, underwear, gloves, cor
sets, hose, ribbons. Star 5 Star shoes and
most everything you want.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Walker reached
the head waters of the Willamina last
Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, and after a
stay of five hours, reached home the
same day in good season.
A very large line of those famous "Star
fi Star” shoes will arrive soon at the
Racket store. They are not equaled for
quality and price.
Charles Greening is in baa luck again.
Laat Saturday he conceived that every
thing was favorable for burning some
brush on his land east of town, and ac
cordingly applied the match. The wind
veered, and away went the fire for 180
cords of fir wood piled near by, consum
ing the entire lot, except three cords. A
lot of good rails was also burned.
I have money to loan on farm prop
erty at good terms. Parties wishing to
oorrow, call and see me.
R L. C onner .
Governor Geer has issued his annual
proclamation, warning people against de
stroying forests by means of lire. But
tho issuance of this proclamation does
not necessarily mean that there will lie
no more forest fires thia summer.
Live chit kens are quoted at Seattle at
12 to 12% cents per pound; geese, 10c;
ducks, 10 to 12c.
The hot weather makes one sigh for
camp life and the society of the black
nosed ant slid the inquisitive spider.
George Keen of this city has been
granted an original pension of $6 per
Mart High, manager of the Marion
county poor farm, was over visiting
friends last Saturday and Sunday.
A. L. Black of the college will supply
the pulpit of Calvary Baptist church,
Portland, during the summer.
I’rofs. Northup and Brumback left
with theiriTamilies on Tuesday for New
port, to remain a couple of weeks.
The First National bank is improving
its building by giving the east front a
coating oi plaster and erecting a new
awning for the D street market.
Rev. R. W. King went over to Gopher
valley on Tuesday and began a two
weeks’ series of revival meetings at the
Lambright school house.
The firm of Mitchell, Lewis & Slaver
lost a good driving horse Monday night.
The change from grass to dry feed, and
being put on road duty, brought on an
attack of colic.
Rev. Geo. A. Blair of the First Cum
berland Presbyterian church of Portland
has resigned on account of ill health.
The incoming pastor is Rev. J. J. Dal
ton, D. D., of Henderson, Ky.
E. Estes departed for Clayton, Ind., on
Monday, to assist in the settling up of a
large estate of a deceased brother. Mr.
Estes is said to be one of three heirs to
an estate of (20,000 to $30,000.
Simon Harrison Humphreys, son of
the late Thomas D. Humphreys, of Hills
boro, was on Tuesday morning found
hanging dead to a tre< in the old brick
yard southeast of that citv by Mrs.
George Schultnerich, about 8 o'clock.
Humphreys left his home the evening
before and was last seen going down the
railroad track about 8 o’clock, p. iu . Up
on his failure to return at a late hour, a
searching party was organized, and
search instituted, which resulted in the
body being found as stated. The jury
returned a verdict of suicide. The cause
of his committing the deed is supposed
to be discouragement over debt. Humph
reys was justice of the peace for a num
ber of years, and was also engaged in the
abstract business. He leaves a wife and
six children. He was a member in good
standing in the local lodge, I O. O. F.,
and the United Artisans, carrying (2000
insurance in the latter order. The fu
neral arrangements have not yet been
made. He was 49 years old, and a
brother-in-law of J. W. Gault of this
city, who attended the burial on Wed
The other case was that of Ulrich Pi
per, a young man residing with his par
ents near Farmington, who committed
suicide by shooting himself in the left
tetnple with a revolver. Piper was an
unmarried man, about 25 years of age,
and has been ill for over three years with
a hopeless malady, and finally deter
mined to end his misery by taking his
own life. The fatal shot was fired at 8
o’clock p. m., and death ensued three
hours later. The coroner held an in
To the mountains our j>eople in in
creasing numbers yearly look for those
days of relaxation and recreation neces
sary to maintain the human machine
in fair working condition. The languor
ous sloth of the seashore proves very
seductive while it lasts, but many have
decided that the annual outing should
provide not only radical change of air
and surroundings, but also such stimu
lation of flagging energies as will provide
brawn and vigor for the return to labor.
The St. Charles store.
For this they urge the mountain climb
indebted to the St. Charles store
and ramble, the balsam of the mountain
pines, and the clear, unadulterated are requested to call at once and settle
their accounts, as we must have money
In this direction the Shasta Route now to carry on the business.
affords a wealth of attractions. The en
M rs . N. E. K bgg .
tire line of road from Ashland to Red
ding is studded with charming and ac
cessible hotels and camps, where are
cheer and comfort and healing at reason
able cost, and where you can hunt, fish,
ride, loaf, or play with equal facility.
Or if you look for healing waters, none
better can be found, hot or cold, than the
springs of Ashland, Coleetin, Anderson,
Bartlett, Byron and Paso Robles.
Before visiting Europe, the people of Chicago-
Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
the northwest should see the glories of Portland
Worth, Omaha, Kan
4 p. m.
sas City, St. Louis,
Yosemite valley, and the wondrous 9:15
Chicago and East.
groves of Mariposa and Calaveras; the Atlantic
Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
Parisians are likely to make inquiries Express
7 a. m.
Worth, Omaha. Kan
9 p. m.
concerning these attractive resorts.
sas City, 8t. Louis,
Chicago and East.
Send to Mr. C. H. Markham, genera)
passenger agent, Portland, for new book
Walla Walla, Lewiston
lets on Castle Crag, Shasta Springs, Mc Spokane
lis, 8t. Paul, Duluth,
Cloud River, Yosemite, and excursion
Ail Sailing dates sub
ject to change.
For San Francisco—
Sail every 5 days.
ALL ABOUT CALIFORNIA.
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every movement calculated to advance the interests and in
crease the prosperity of country people in every state in the Union.
For over half a century farmers have followed its instructions in raising their
crops, and in converting them into cash have been guided by its market reports,
which have been National authority. “Short stories,’ will entertain old and young
while Fashion Articles will catch the fancy of the ladies, and Humorous Illustra
tions and items will bring sunshine to your household.
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one year for $1.25.
Contains all striking news features
Daily Tribune up to hour of going
to press: and is profusely illustrated.
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the cheapest known year, but ue furnish it
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! Sri W eekly I nter O cean
Columbia River Stmrs
John Pennington made the first filling
8 p. m.
California is the natural paradise of Saturday
To Astoria and Way-
of the water tank for his thresher on
the holiday maker. lie resources are in
Tuesday, and informed 11s that threshing
LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ALL
exhaustible, its invitation universal, and 6 a. m.
would be quite generally inaugurated
4:30 p. m.
POLITICAL PAPERS IN THE WEST
Ex Sunday Oregon City. Newberg,
this week in his neck of the river
most noted in the world.
and W ay-Landings
• Always American-------- Always Republican
O. M. Harris who, for some time, has
The Southern Pacific company pub
Willamette and Yam«
3:30 p. tn.
lieen in the drug business at Riddle, lishes descriptive literature containing Tue. Thur
• - -—_ THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN 8UPPLIES ALL
Southern Oregon, has sold his drug busi valuable information about all of them. and Sat.
THE NEWS AND BEST CURRENT LITERATURE
and 1 rl.
ness. His health being poor he was too It is for free distribution and may be ob
6 a. m.
closely confined. Mr. Harris is now at tained from any Southern Pacitic agent,
Every Column is Bright, Clean and Packed with News
Tues. Thur Portland to Corvallis 4:30
home resting up.—Dayton Herald.
T. II. Goodman, general passenger agent
The Literature of its columns is
An active campaign has been prosecut at San Francisco, or C. IL Markham, Leave
to that of the best maga-
ed this week by the young boys of the G. I’. A. Portland, Ore. If you apply by 3:35
zines, ft is interesting to the
town in removing moss from the roofs, mail inclose a stamp for each publication. Daily.
I Riparia to Lewiston. 9 a. m.
"Resorts and attractions along the
children as well as the parents.
in obedience to ttie order of tho fire chief
W. H HURLBURT, G. P. A., Portland, Or.
R hodes A R hodes , Agents. McMinnville.
made last week. It might be added that coast line" is a handsomely illustrated
INTER OCEAN is a WESTERN NEWSPAPER, and while it
McMinnville is generally getting the folder, giving a description of the health
and pleasure resorts on the coast be
to the family THE NEWS OF THE WORLD and gives its
moss off of her back.
SOUTH AND EAST
tween Sau Francisco and Los Angeles.
readers the Fest and ablest discussions of all questions of the day, it is in
C. H. Markham of the Southern Pa
W. T. Macy has assumed the manage
full sympathy with the ideas and aspirations of Western people and discusses
citic company, is keeping right on with beautiful half-tone engravings, describes
ment of the St Charles store, and will
literature and politics from the Western standpoint. .AstjUUMA.X.X./Av'AvsL*
his campaign in behalf of dairy develop the scenic and outing attractions of the
be pleased to greet the patrons of this
vast and wonderful Shasta region, the
ment. llardlv a week passes without a grandest of pleasure grounds.
------ $1.00—PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR -$ 1.00------
store. He also invites everybody to call
dairy meeting somew here. Dr. Withy-
"California south of Tehachapi” tells
and investigate the bargains offered in
i THE DAILY AND SUNDAY EDITIONS OF THE INTER OCEAN !
combe ot the Oregon experiment statiou all about the charms of that remarkably
groceries, glassware, crockery, etc. tf
ARE THE BEST EVER SEEN IN THE WEST.
is ably assisting Mr. Markham in carry- favored semi tropic garden spot, Southern
Miss Grace Newell is visiting in Ore itig on tins campaign.
J THE INTER OCEAN'S NEWS IS EXCLUSIVE. »
Trains leave McMinnville for Portland and
A handsome map of California, com w»v stations at 5:58 a in., and 3:06 p. m. Leave
gon City,where she will remain until the
Price of Daily by mail.........................
$1 00 per year
The grand lodge of the A. O. u. w. plete in detail, reliable, skillfully in for Corvallis at 10 a. m.
Price >i Sunday by mail...................... tl 00 per year
close of the Chautauqua assembly; then
and Sunday by mail.
.................... $6 uu
pv, J vear
and D. of H. has been in session in Sa- dexed, and full of information about the
she will go to Tillamook city via Astoria
lent this week Charity lodge of this State’s resource«. It is the only publi Leave Fortland........ ...... 8:30 a. m. 7:00 p. m.
to visit friends during the remainder of city is being represented by Dr. J. D cation of its kind conveniently folded Leave Albanv............ ....12:30p. m. 10:50 p. m-
The Reporter and Inter Ocean one year for $1.35.
for pocket use.
Arrive at Ashland
...12-33 a. m. 11:30a. m.
Sacramento................ 5:00 p. m. 4:86 a. m.
Bakerand Henry Fletcher, and Yamhill
..7.45p.m. 8:15 a m.
W. R. Brown, Amity, Oregon, Ims a lodge D. of H. by Mrs A. Matthies and devoted to the camping retreats in the
new 31, steel skein wide tire Welter wag Miss Bessie Houck. Mrs. Julia Gault Shasta region and Santa Crux mountains.
Kral F.vtate Tranvlera.
Ogden....................... 5:45 a. m 11:40 am.
on for $85 cash. Also a new reversible has also been in attendance as a past It appeals more directly to that large
ending July 18th:
ami growing class of recreation seekers
disc barrow for $40. Also a tine driving grand chief
Kansas City............... 7:25 a. m. 7 25 a. m.
The following general form? are always in stock
H C and M L Burns to S D Craw
and for sale at the Reporter office :
mare, six years old, sired by Coeur
"Pacific Grove” is the Chautauqua of
ford lot I blk 35 Oak Park add
J. II. Nelson, of McMinnville, the
d’Alene, dam Kisbar, which he wishes
I 525 Quit-claim
county clerk of Yamhill county, who re the west, and this folder not only We
ser hes the pretty place itself, but gives
Fl Faso.......................6:00 p. in
Transfer of Mortgage
Maud M Cunningham and hush to
sided in Ashland for some time a few a program of the religiousanj education
Bill of Sale
In the turmoil and tribulation of poli- years ago, arrived here Friday, accom al meetings, conventions, schools, etc., to
Minnie J Forsyth lots 13. 14 and
('ity of Mexico........ 9.5 a m.
.4.00 a. m
Ack now ledgements, Abstracts.
ticsand war, Elsie Wright, the harness panied by his family, to visit relatives be held there this summer.
maker, has not been lost sight of. He anil friend« for a few day«. They will
........ 6 42a. m.
Other publications are “Lake Tahoe,”
100 We carry a large stock of stationery and are
12:43 p m.
prepared to do job printing of every sort in the
is still doing business at the same old visit southern California during their "Gevsersand Lake County,” ‘‘Yosem
OrloandHortense Baldwin to Sew
best style of the art and at l<»w figures.
ite.'’ Hotel Wei Monte,” “CastleCrags,"
stand and is as readv now to give cus present vacation.—Ashland Tidings
ell W Newhouse 3 a pt S Heater
each brimful of information about the Pullman and Tourist car* on both trains.
tomers the best articles for the least
OI K ÌLI BHIXG I.IXI.
places named, and printed in the high Chair cars Sacramento to Ogden and El Paso,
money as he ever was. Among the lat
and Tourist cars to Chicago, St. Louis. New Or Amy and Willis Hendrix to Carrie
est style of the art
leans and Washington.
est invoice in his liue will be found some culture next year would do well to Bend
We have special arrangements with
Rhude I-to int in lots 1 and 2blk
very fine buggy robes and fanev bridle: their, boys to find employment in the
the following leading publications,
Connecting at San Franeiwo with »everal
His riding and buggy whips are good twi t fields at La Grande this summer
whereby we are able to offer them in
lines for Honolulu, Japau. China, ! Mary A Martin to Carrie Rhude
The following letters remaio uncalled J ’ Irani.hip
Boys can do the necessary labor of hoe
hlltppme.. Central and South America.
1 connection with our own at exceedingly
ing and wceiling, and the knowledge <rt for in the McMinnville poeto (Fee July
low rates, as follows: The R epohtkr and
John J Henderson and wf to Wm
such work would not come amiss. Lack 17, 1M0
I Weekly Inter Ocean......... ......
See MR W. MERRIMAN, axent at McMinn
Kirtz, Miss Hnlday ville station, or address
of such knowledge handicapped the beet Alderman, L R
. St. IxHiisGlobe-Democrat. semi weekly......... 1.50
Rural Northwest. Portland, semi-monthly... 1.25
growers of Union county the first year of Allen. Mrs Mollie Kruger, Fred
C. H MARKHAM,
Shell and Rosalie Hawley t
Campbell, J R
Gen. Passenger Agent.
their experience in beet growing.
: The Weekly San Francisco Call..................... 1.70
Parker iooxi 2 o ft in Saylor’s add
Carter, Mrs Fannie Martin, May I
! The Weekly New York Tribune. ...........
We call attention to the advertisement
260 The Tri-weekly New York Tribune............... 2 00
Cowman, J E
of the Oregon btate Normal school at
taking Scott's Emulsion be-
j The Oregon Teacher* Monthly................... —..¡ SO
Monmouth ap)>eariug in another column j
f cause it's warm weather.
hf of w hf of sec 20-2-6 ............
Jiurs M c C aim , P M.
of this issue. The school report« a suc
► Coo,» to The Reporter Office for
O O Rhude and wf to Satnl J Sig
Keep taking it until you are
The gravel and crushes! rock being
cessful »ear, with encouraging prospects
nor sw qr sec 32-2-6
S'» distributed on the highways this summer
for the next session. Many teachers are
It will heal your lungs and
Bear, the .igiuturv of Caa*. H FivTraaa.
Jno M Harrington and wf to S D
will bring the farmer and the markets
taking the normal i-ourse both tor the
Io u.e h. more than thirty yean, »nd
Crawford 10.10 a pt Jos R Young
give you rich blood in sum
nearer together. They two must travel
sake of the professional training, now
i’o» /Art« Ahfuys amtfkt.
mer as in winter, it's cod
d 1 c t 4 r 4 ....
................ ; 252 5° band in band, for the farmer < an no
pretty generally demanded, au<l a so as
Investment Co to T M Bynum lots
Uvcr oil made easy.
more get along without the markets than
t le best means of preparation for secur
SOc. and 9 I. AU druffiat*.
Over 4000 pairs of new spring eboee
3, 4, L and M blk 43 Oak Park
the markets can exiat without the farm
SOUTWt pÀcinct COMPffl
The Shasta Route
ing the state paper«.
shown at the Grange store.
add to McM...................................