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lie Helle* ek in Kaislug Sheep.
Esfu. Removed with Plasters
Surgical operations and flesh destroying plasters are useless, painful and dangerous, and beside«, never cure Cancer.
No matter how often a cancerous sore is removed, another conies at or near the same ]>oint, and always in a worse form.
Does not this prove conclusively that Cancer is a blood disease, and that it is folly to attempt to cure this deep-seated, dangerous
blood trouble nv cutting or burning out the sore, which, after all, is only an outward sign of the disease- a place of exit for
Cancer runs ill families through many generations, and those whose ancestors have been afflicted with it are liable at any
time to he stricken with the deadly malady.
Only Blood Diseases can be Transmitted from One Generation to Another
—further proof that Cancer is a disease of the blood.
To cure a blood disease like this you must cure the entire blood system—remove every trace of the poison. Nothing cures
Cancer effectually and permanently but S. S. S.
S. S. S. enters the circulation, searches out and removes all taint, and stops the formation of cancerous cells. No mere tonic
or ordinary blood medicine can do this. S. S. S. goes down to the very roots of the disease, and forces out the deadly poison,
allowing the sore to heal naturally and permanently. S. S. S. at the same time purifies the blood and builds up the general health.
pimple, a iiaiuiicsa
mole, a luiup
breast, a i-ui
cut or inuiuv
heal under ordinary treatment, should all be looked upon with suspicion, as this is often the beginning of
a bad form of cancer.
Mr». Sarah M. Keesling, 941 Windsor Ave Bristol, Tenn., writes : “I
am 41 years old, and for three years had suffered with a severe form of
Cancer on my jaw. which the doctors in this city said was incurable, and
that I could not live more than six months. I accepted their statement as
true, and had given up all hope of ever being well again, when my drug
gist, knowing of my condition, recommended S. S. S. After taking a few
bottles the sore began to heal, much to the surprise of the physicians, and
in a short time made a complete cure. I have gained in flesh, my appetite
is splendid, sleep is refreshing — in fact, am enjoying perfect health.’’
George Young, formerly proprietor of
the Occidental hotel, Portland, but for a
number of years engaged in woolgrow
ing in eastern Oregon, was lately inter
viewed by an Oregonian reporter. Mr
Young said the greatest desire of his life
was to learn in advance what was going
to be the result of the coming presden
tial election. He was not so much inter
ested in who might be elected as in
knowing beforehand who was to be the
successful candidate. If Bryan was to be
elected he wanted to know it in time to
convert his sheep into gold dollars, and
then he would put the money into an
old stocking and bury it, and wait for
the clouds to roll by.
Speaking of sheep, Mr. Young said Or
egon and the Willamette valley, especial
ly, was peculiarly adapted to growing
sheep. There used to be a good many
sheep kept in the Willamette valley, and
everybody was prosperous. Now there
were but few sheep kept there, and the
ground had been cropped to wheat in
many places for 40 years, and the result
was a partial failure of the wheat crop.
The farmers in the Willamette would
have to go back to keeping a reasonable
number of sheep. They killed out weeds,
and fertilized the ground, and put it in
condition for raising good crops.
He told of the trouble and expense he
had been to in killing off coyotes, and
blamed the selfishness of Portland peo
ple, who opposed in the legislature the
paying of a bounty on coyote scalps. He
said that the city was dependent on .the
country, and vice versa, and that be
cause there were no coyotes in Portland
and no sheep and chickens there for
them to kill, was no just reason for the
citizens to object to a slight tax to pro
vide a fund to aid in exterminating
Our medical department is in charge of physicians of long
experience, who are especially skilled in treating Cancer and other blood diseases. Write for any advice
or information wanted, we make no charge whatever for this service.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, 6A.
The California Consolidated Petroleum
First display of Fall Millinery at Miss
Company has behind it some of the
Eva Martin’s today.
strongest men, financially, in California.
Removal Sale at P. M. Flynn & Co.’s.
They are determined to make their oil
mining properties Monday.
Chas. Young visited friendB in Sberi-
company the most successful on the
The R eporter and Weekly Oregonian
dan over Sunday.
coast, ami they have the brains and capi
one vear for *2, strictly in advance
tal to attain this result. They are cau
The best gopher and mole trap ever
Glen Henderson and Lynda Jones were tious and conservative, but withal aggres
invented, at F. W. Spencer’s.
business visitors to Newberg on Tuesday. sive, and their policy is to absorb the
Miss Bergitta Nelson joined the New-
Miss Minnie Howell of Elk Rock is weak and to become masters of the field,
port colony Saturday.
relatives and friends in the city. and beyond any reasonable question, the
Over 4000 pairs of new spring ehoee
California Consolidated Petroleum Com
shown at the Grange store.
Mrs. W. B. Turner of Portland is visit pany will earn for its stockholders divi
Carl Michaux returned Saturday from ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. 8. Hol- dends that will send the stock many
a visit to Winlock, Wash.
times about par, and make many invest
A load of newly-threshed oats was ors comfortable for life, if not rich. Its
Miss Edith Brown, of Ashland, is visit
stolen from a grain field near Corvallis, stock should be bought before it advances,
ing her aunt, Miss Lizzie Handley.
Licenses to marry.
Photo mounts cut to any size you wish The crop isn’t so short down here that as it. surely will. Stock redeemable on
— Emil Caven, 22, of Morrow
demand at any time within 30 days from county, and Ida Downing, 18, of Yam
at this office, and for sale cheaper than we iiave to resort to such extremities.
The Epworth League devotional meet date of certificate. All money paid in in hill county.
The interior of the Cook school build ing will be held at 7 o’clock next Sunday stallments refunded on demand at any
ing has been painted and brightened up evening. Mrs. Palmer will lead the time within 30 days from date of first pay
meeting. The subject is “Ministering ment. If you do not want your stock,
a bit lately.
Estate of Chas Bovard. Final account
send to the company and you will heard and approved. Administrator dis
Tents for sale or rent. Hammocks,
promptly get every cent of your money charged and his bondsmen exonerated.
all kinds and prices. Camp stoves and
the past week with a few specimens of back.
outfits, at Hodson's
Estate of Jas Leatherman. Petition to
his 1900 fig crop. The cold weather last
sell notes at private sale granted. Re
Arthur McThillips and wife, and her winter shortened the crop materially,
mother, Mrs. Redmond, went over to but the tree survived.
To the mountains our people in in- port of sale of notes approved. Final
creasing numbers yearly look for those account filed and set for hearing Oct. 2d,
Prof. LewiB Aiderman will move to
Screen doors and windows, on hand this city from Dayton about the first of days of relaxation and recreation neces A. D., 1900, at 1 o’clock p. nj.
and made to order, at the McMinnville September, and will occupy a residence sary to maintain the human machine
A minister’s Good XX'ork.
in fair working condition. The languor
at the east end of Fourth street, near his ous sloth of the seashore proves very
“I had a severe at’ack of bilious colic,
Prof. Boardman and brother are out on work in the Cook school building.
seductive while it lasts, but many have gota bottle of Chamberlain’s Colic. Chol
a trip across the mountains and down
Douglas Braly, who has filled a position decided that the annual outing should era and Diarrhoea Remedy, took two doses
to the coast, on their wheels.
in the McMinnville National Bank for provide not only radical change of air and was entirely cured,” says Rev. A. A.
Be sure to go to the old reliable Racket the past several months, took his depart and surroundings, but also such stimu Power, of Emporia, Kan. “My neighbor
store for hats, underwear, gloves, cor ure for Los Angeles last Monday, where lation of flagging energies as will provide across the street was sick for over a
sets, hose, ribbons, Star 5 Star shoes and he will probably take a position in one brawn and vigor for the return to labor. week, had two or three bottles of medi
most everything you want.
of the city banks.
For this they urge the mountain climb cine from the doctor. He used them for
Are the times really hard? A proces and ramble, the balsam of the mountain three or four days without relief, then
Mrs. W. M. Rennie arrived home Fri
day evening from u visit with her daugh sion composed of five big covered wagons pines, and the clear, unadulterated called in another doctor who treated him
for some days and gave him no relief, so
passed through this city for the coast on mountain air.
ter at Portland.
discharged him. I went over to see him
Tuesday. Many coast goers take the
A very large line of those famous “Star
Grand Ronde pass from as far down as affords a wealth of attractions. The en the next morning. He said his bowels
5 Star’’ shoes have just arrived at the
Portland or even farther.
tire line of road from Ashland to Red were in a terrible fix, that they had been
Racket store. They are not equaled for
running off so long that it was almost
The Oregonian is rushing its “rogue’s ding is Btudded with charming and ac
quality and price.
bloody flux. I asked him if he had tried
gallery of Oregon newspaper men” at a
Joe Prentiss of Portland was a Mc
’s Colic, Cholera and Diar
lively rate. Saturday’s daily was emblaz cheer and comfort and healing at reason
Minnville visitor from Friday till Mon
and he said ’No.’ I went
oned w ith the noble faces of four of the
him my bottle and
boys, who believe that to have their ride, loaf, or play with equal facility.
I have money to loan on farm prop picture in the big metropolitan daily is
Or if you look for healing waters, none gave him one dose; told him to take an
erty at good terms. Parties wishing to the very acme of mundane glory.
better can be found, hot or cold, than the other dose in fifteen or twenty minutes if
borrow, call and see me.
of Ashland, Colestin, Anderson, he did not find relief, but he took no
The team of Isom Small, who lives on
more and was entirely cured.” For sale
R L. C onner .
Byron and Paso Robles.
the Lynch tract south of town, had been
Before visiting Europe, the people of by Howorth & Co., druggists.
Mrs. Emma Snelling and daughter, afflicted with mange for several months.
Bena, returned home Tuesday evening Under orders from Dr. Minty, working the northwest should see the glories of
Yosemite valley, and the wondrous
from a season of camping at Long Beach. in conjunction with the state veterinari groves of Mariposa and Calaveras; tlie Agents Wanted
While there they visited Mr. aud Mrs. an, the horses were killed and buried Parisians are likely to make inquiries
concerning these attractive resorts.
C. H. McKinney, formerly of this place, last week.
No Capital Necessary to sell our Teas, Coffees
Send to Mr. C. H. Markham, general
who have since January been engaged in
passenger agent, Portland, for new book In every city and town in the states of Oregon
the stuck and poultry business, and, we
attracting jieople to Newberg, who hope lets on Castle Crag, Shasta Springs, Mc and Washington outside of Portland. Ladies or
are pleased to learn, are having a good
Cloud River, Yosemite, and excursion young men who have two or three hours per
degree of success. The tents ut Long to “get in on the ground floor.” E. H. rates thereto.
day to spare will find selling our Teas, Coffees
Beach are said to present the appearance
and Spices pleasant work, and they can make
Ot 1< CI l liHIM. 1.INT.
big money for themselves. Write for full par
of a veritable army, and the boats and
opened a stock of boots and shoes and i
ticulars and Catalogue Free.
trains are always crowded.
GREAT EASTERN TEA COMPANY,
the following leading publications,
•L’<» Washington St., Portland. Oregon.
L. Wambegan finished picking his
Roy Irvine, publisher of tho W.heeler I whereby we are able to offer them in Largest distributors of Teas, Coders and Spices
Gravenslein apples last Friday. Off of
on the Pacific coast. 100 stores in successful op
70 trees he picked 250 bushels of good County News, was in the city last Fri connection with our own at exceedingly eration.
marketable apples, which he sold for 40 day, visiting the family of his uncle, J. low rates, as follows: The R eporter and
cents per bushel. The remark is often P. Irvine, and calling on the newspaper j Weekly Inter Ocean.......................... ?................... 91.36
Ml VI »IOXS.
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, nemi-weekly.......... 1.50
made that raising fruit does not pay. It fraternity. Roy is one of the very j Rural Northwest, Portland, semi monthly... 1.25
In the circuit court of the State of Oregon, for
is a sure thing that Mr. Wambegan has
Oregonian, weekly................................................ 2.00
the county of Yamhill, Department No 2.
The Weekly San Francisco Fall......................... 1.70
William Klaetsch, Plaintiff,
made more off his apple crop than any state.
Weekly New York Tribune............. .......... 1.25
wheal grower will make off his wheat
A. McCulloch, engineer for Thompson's The
The Tri-weekly New York Tribune .............. 2.00
Martha Donellan.G. F. Ahnert. i
crop, taking into consideration the thresher, had a serious mishap Wednes The Oregon Teachers’ Monthly ...........................l.tiO lan,
Maud M. Townsen«!, A. S. Town- |
send and Geo. W. Davis. John L. i
amount of land cultivated, and the ex day. While driving a team hitched to
Davis. Miranda Davis. Alma Davi«, i
pense of cultivating it. By selecting suit the engine they became fcightened and
Speaking of hops, tho San Francisco Lillian Deck, W II Deck. Ida Da ,
Burnette. Willis a . Burnette. |
able land and properly setting out trees ran He was thrown into the gearing of Commercial News says. “The outlook Jeanet
Warran, Artie L. Tethrow, Summons
and cultivating them, it is evident that the engine and his side and hips were for the hop market is decidedly brighter Geo H. Tvthrow, Francis J. Luke
J. A Luke, Alive Luke, Adeha A. I
fruit will give better returns ttian wheat. badly cut, but fortunately no bones were than at this time last year, owing to the Shepherd, l> R B. Shvphenl, Lou- |
Knight, Samuel Knight, Charles I
. .. B. Gabriel estimates the amount broken. He will recover without trouble. probabilities of a generalreduction in the A is* Neff.
Alice A. Livermore, J. W
Nell. Eva Neff, i
of wheat that be will receive at the Red
yield of the country; the shortage has BurtT. Neff. Alva
G. Neff, heirs i
warehouse this season at 20,000 bushels. made mouey out of one cow by furnish been estimated at 50,(MW bales. New at law of J. R. George
Davis, deceased, De- |
The amount received in former years ing milk to the cheese factory. His re York is expected to prodnce a very light
io P. J. Donellan. Martha Donelian,G. F. Ah
nert, Mapd M. Townsend. A. S. Townsend, and
was in the neighborhood of 75,000. The turns for the milk for the month are crop.”
Geti W Davis, John L. Davis. Miranda Davis,
discrepancy in the amount received this *3.30, besides all the milk a family of
Alina Davis, Lillian Deck, W. H. Deck. Ida Da
vis Burnette, Willis \ Burnette. Jeanet War
year is 011 account of the light crops....... five and a young calf could use. If the
Ml »I »IIIMM.
ran, Artie L. Tethrow. George B. Tethrow, Fran
cis J. Luke. J. A. Luke, Alice Luke, Adelin V
The Dayton evaporator is now running I factory hadn't lieen here bis wife would
Shepherd. D. R. B. Shepherd. I atuisa Knight,
on potatoes. Fifty cents a hundred is j have made butter of the surplus, for In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Samuel Knight, Charles A. Neff. Alice A Liver
more. J. W. Livermore. Alva Nvff, Eva Neff, Burt
the price paid for good potatoes.— Day which he spent *2.10, leaving him a net
Jessie G. Gray, Plaintiff, )
T. Neff. George G. Neff, heirs at law of .1. K. Da
vis, deceased, defendants?
profit of *1.00 and the extra work in
Justin Gray, Defendant
making the butter.
Sheridan’s cheese Tn Ju*tin Gray, the above-named defendant 1 I You and ea< h of von are hereby required to
a TK OF OREGON, appear and answer the complaint filed again*!
factory closed a mouth's run yesterday I Yow are h*rvhy required to appt ar and ans you tn |heatore-entitled sun by the first «lay of
morning. The product of the factory is wer the complaint gfvd against you in the the next term of the above-entitled court follow
alMwe-entitb-d suit, in the above entitled court, ing the expiration of the time prescribed in the
about 1700 pounds of cheese, for which, within six weeks from the data of the first pub order
for publication of this summons, uhich
lication of this summons, which said date of first day will be on the 15th day of th-tober, A
at market prices, they will receive about the
first publication is the 17th day of August, D. l'AO. and if y<m fail to so appear an«l answer,
*178. *136 of this is to be divided among A. D. L’b, and you will take notice that if you for want thereof plaintiff will apply t«> said
fail so u> appear and answer said romplaint, for
for the relief demanded in his eomplaint.
this summer? Then add a
the 20 patrons, leaving *42 for the manu want Uivr«*4 th*» plaintiff will apply to the court court
The reih t demanded is a dertee from the
the rvhe/ prayed fnr and demanded in said abow-cntitled court forever quieting plaintiff
complaint, which is substantial!* as follows, in his title an«! poesemton ot me certain tract
for milk hauling. *4 for wood, *2 for rent to-wit For a drerve of «aid court dissolving the I or piece <4 land described in the complaint on
marriage contra« t now exi^tiug bstwwti plain file herein, to whtph reference is here made.
and some for freight for shipment of the tirTand defendant, and <1lv«»rchig this plaintiff ; against all claims thereto by the defendants or
to his milk three times a day.
saM defendant and far mmh other and fur either «41 them, or by any one claiming through
cheese to market. 80 not much clear ther relief
as to lhe court may seem meet and or under them after the c«mimenvemeut of ibis
It is astonishing how fast
profit ia left to the manufacturers. Mr. explicable.
i* published once a weak for
he will improve, if he nurses,
This summons i* published by order of the
Ziemer thinks he will give it about tso six ronMM'u’lve weeks in the Yamhill County ! Hon
R P Bird, Junge of me evuni) emirt «4 the
Reporter bv order «4" Hon. K I* Hint, count** ■ «täte <4 Oregon tor Yamhill rovnty. mg«le and
let the mother take the
weeks' more trial and it more milk ia not ju«igv
<4 Yamhiti county, l»rv(«m, grank'd ou I entered therein on the 2|et day of Augfisl, l’ws)
The date «4 the first jH'hllcathin bereut is august
brought by that time he will shut down the Uth day of August. A. D. 1AM.
Emulsion. *K. »«a * ix » i »11 drnette«.
Date of first pubbcall«xi. August 17th, 1AV
24th, 1ÄMJ, aud the last is (.kitober th l'OU.
until next spring.—Shandan Suu.
K. L. CONNER. Attorney for i iainuff
For Tnfants and Children.
The Kind You Have
AVce« table Preparation lor As -
luig the Stomachs and Bowels of
ness andRest.Contains neillier
Optimi,Morphine nor Mineral.
N ot N arcotic .
/imn Seed ♦
li a tú neretti riaver
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
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velopes for wedding invitationsand
announcements. Invitations are
not quite as much in evidence as
they were a few years ago, though
they are still all right. Announce
ments sent out immediately after
the important event, are very
generally used. Either is accepted
as a token of friendship, and is
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healthy sentiment abounds. The
sending should not be neglected.
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should be artistic both in form
and execution. We have beauti
ful stationery, and have recently
added a series of type by which
the fine effects of lithography can
be fairly imitated if not equaled.
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For most invitations the square
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be surpassed, either printed or
written. We have them and can
furnish them either written or
printed very reasonably.
For children’s parties our light
gilt-edge card of the same size put
up in lioxes of 24 with envelopes
to match, is just the thing. They
are only 35c a box without print
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single panels, andean supply them
in any number, great or small,
plain or printed.
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style, and a f alling card out
date in shape is one of the things
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from a leading Chicago house and
is vouched for as the correct thing
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of mourning bordered note paper,
to meet the legitimate public de
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J. F. CLARK. Attorney for Plaintiffs.