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Vse of Liquor
First Actual Return» for the
l«n«u» Give the Statistic* of
the Fruit Produced.
The first actual return» or statistic
lor the twelfth cen.ue are now comiu^
in. They relate to cranberry cultui>
and give the acreage, tenure, quantity
of fruit pn>du.ed, co«t of labor and fer
tilizers. area of new plantings, value of
crop and loesea from disease, insects
and other natural causes for each bog
Iu January, 1900, preliminary sched
ules relatiug to the cranberry yield of
1899 were sent out to all the growers
whose names and addresses could be
obtained. The number of commercial
growers in the United States is over
2,000. They are fonnd mainly in the
states of Massachusetts, New Jersey,
Maine. Connecticut, Michigan and
Wisconsin, but Minnesota, Oregon,
Rhode Island, Washington and New
York reported bogs.
The number in
Michigan and Wisconsin is on the in
crease despite a temporary set-back by
The growers are well organized, the
national association having its head
quarters at Trenton. New Jersey, and
local organizations existing in Massa
chusetts and possibly elsewhere.
markets East aud West, the presence
of buyers being encouraged by special
juissenger rates. A softening of prices
of speculatively dealing staples is to be
noted, but the reactions are of narrow
Foreign demand for wheat remains
small, American stocks are large, aud
farmers are reported holding supplies
back, and crop-damage scares are dis
counted by mild weather.
strength of corn has been a feature, for
eign deuiaud being of good proportions,
and this has furuished a supporting
elemeut in the wheat market.
There is a larger volume of business
in pig iron at some markets, but less
at others, and prices oi that product
are quite steady.
Structural iron continues active, in
dicating heavy building operations the
coming spring aud summer. Foreign
iron markets retain all their old
strength, and lower ocean freight
would, it is argued, bring about a
great enlargement of our export trade.
Copper is quieter, but steady in price
aud tin notes a further advance in sym-
pithy with foreign speculation. Hard
ware is improving iu distribution at
Business failures for the week num
ber 163, as compared with 199 a week
ago, and 220 in 1899.
The strength of staple values is a
feature of Canadian trade. Retailers
will carry over some stocks of winter
clothing. Industrial activity is very
marked, Canadian factories running to
their fullest capacity. Bussiness fail
i ures for the week number 28. against
i 85 last week, aud 89 in this week a
“Experience is the
The experience of millions
has demonstrated that Hood 's
Sarsaparilla is the perfect
remedy for all troubles of the
blood, stomach, nerves,
bowels, liver and kidneys,
and that it imparts strength. vigor and
vitality. Every testimonial is the vote,
of experience to you.
Dyspepsia — " cA complication of
troubles, dyspepsia. chronic catarrh and
inflammation of the stomach, rheumatism,
etc., made me miserable. Had no appe
tite until I took Hood"s Sarsaparilla. 1 am
thoroughly cured." N. B. Seeley. 1S74
West 14th Avenue. cDemver. Col.
If a person is ill and needs a medi
cine is it not wise to get one that has
stood the test of time and haa hun
dreds of thousands of cures to it«
A great many women who are ill try
evervthing they hear of in the way of
medicine, and this experimenting with
unknown drugs Is a constant menac«
to their already impaired health.
This seems to us very unwise, for
there are remedies which are no ex
periments and have been known years
and years to be doing only good.
Hood's nil, curs llssr III, . ths non Irritating ai>4
Take for instance Lydia E. Pink
only cathartic to tabs with 11,-od * Mruiwuil».
ham's Vegetable Compound; for thirty
years its record has been one un-
1 broken chain of success No medicin.
for female ills the world has «ver
A man who walk« circumspectly ha»
known has such a record for cures.
hi» eye» open ami hia wit» about him.
It seems strange that some people
If you ask him where he is going he
wiU take medicines about which they
can tell you instantly. He ha» a rule
Annual "Pom Pom.”
really know nothing, some of which
of conduct, and a distinct object in
might be, and are, really harmful ;
The Indians residing along the vi ver
while on the other hand it is easily near Toppenish, a short distance from
view, and carries with him a certain
proved that over one million women North Yakima, Wash., are having their
sense of danger that some one or some
nave been restored to health by Lydia
thing will interfere with the object he
annual “pom pom” dance. Numerous
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
has in view. Such a man w ill be more
We hare published in the news tepees are used for this oecason, aud
likely to accomplish his purpose than a
papers of the United States mor« the inmates spend the time iu singing,
mere wanderer. If it is worth while
genuine testimonial letters than hare dancing, feasting and making merry.
to walk circumspectly, for the sake of
ever been published in the interest of They began last week, while the snow
any other medicine.
success in business and the accomplish
was on the ground, to give a Chinook
All thia should, and does, produce a dance, as their ponies were getting
ment of our earthly schemes, how much
spirit of confidence in the nearta of poor, and the indications were winter
more is it worth while, for the sake of
women which is difficult to dislodge,
our spiritual welfare and growth in
and when they are asked to take some ! had set in. but a sudden change in the
thing else they say, “ No, we want tem|>erature made also a change in
Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Com the dance programme, and the “pom
pound, which haa been tried, and pom” or “grass dance" was instituted.
Cream together with two ounces of
PACIFIC COAST TRADE.
never fonnd wanting, whoae reliability This peculiar dance is observed in the
fresh butter and a cup of white granu
la established far beyond the experi same manner as Chinese new year, and
lated sugar; add to this the well beaten
lasts a week or ten days. The Indians
We have thousands of letters like the
Onions, new, $2.25©2.50 per sack. yolk of one egg and a cup of milk.
following addressed to Mrs. Pinkham, array themselves in gorgeous costumes
Lettuce, hot house, 40e per dos.
Work well together and flavor with
and congregate at different tepees,
any essence desired. Mix a large tea-
Potatoes, new, $18© 20.
where a general feast is prepared.
ipoon of baking powder with two cups
Monthly Suf faring io Ai~ is the season for milking new friends, Beets, per sack, 75©85c.
Turnip«, per sack, 60c.
of flour and gradually add to the mixt
wnyo Cured by Lydia E. and old animosities are buried. The Carrots,
per sack, 50c.
ure. Bake in an oblong tin. When
as a whole has ceased to observe
Pinkham's Vegetable tribe
divide in two, spread one-half
this sacred annual festival, the educat
with jam and press the other lightly
Oompound, also Back ed members thinking it beneath their Cauliflower, 75c©$l per dozen.
Cabbage, native and California, on it. Some of this mixture might be
ache and Bearing-down notice, but the isolated members con $1.00©
1.25 per 100 pounds.
baked in small patty pan» for tea cakes.
Apple«, $1.25© 1.50 per box.
winter is over and grass begins to show
Prunes, 60c per box.
"I suffered untold agony every on the range.
CATARRH CANNOT BE CCBED
Butter—Creamery, 81c per pound;
month and could get no relief until I
tried your medicine; your letter of ad
dairy, 17 ©22c; ranch, 20e per pound. With local application», m they cannot reach
vice and a few bottles of Lydia E.
The Doernbecher Manufacturing
the geat »4 the diseaae. Catarrh 1» a blood or
constitutional disrate, avd m order to cure It
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound have Company, of Chehalis, Wash., which
you must take internal remadiet. Hail'» Ca
made me the happiest woman alive. I is preparing to move the furniture man
Poultry—13© He; dressed, 14© 15c. tarrh Cure is taken internally, and acta directly
shall bless you as long as I live.”—Mis«
the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall'a Ca
ufacturing business to Portland, Or.,
Hay—Puget Sound timothy, »12.00; on
tarrh Cure is not a auack medicine. It was
J oie S aul , Dover, Mich.
prescribed by one of tne best physicians in this
“ Four years ago I had almost given in the early spring, yesterday sold the choice Eastern Washington timothy, Country
fur years, and is a regular prep*ription
up hope of ever being well again. I Chehalis buildings of the company to $18.00© 19.00
It is Composed of the best tonics known, com
was afflicted with those dreadful head the West brothers, of Chehalis, who
Corn—Whole, »23.00; cracked, »23; bined with the best blood purifiers, acting di
rectly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect
ache spells which would sometimes are going to put a saw mill into the feed meal, »23.
combination of the two ingredients is what pro
last three or four days. Also had bnildings. The sale included all of
such wonderful results In curing catarrh,
Barley—Rolled or ground, per ton,
backache, bearing-down pains, leucor- the bnildings and the three dry kilns,
bend for testimonials, free.
J. CHENEY A CO., Proprt., Toledo, O.
rhuea, dizziness, and terrible pains at
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
Flour—Patent, per barrel, »3.25;
monthly periods, confining me to my with the fans, etc., as well as the toil
Halls Family Pills are the beat
bed. After reading so many testi ers of the main engine. The mill will blended straights, »3.00; California,
A Ju*t God.
monials for your medicine, I concluded be put in just as quick as the furni »3 .25; buckwheat flour, »6.00; gra
to try it. I began to pick up after ture factory people move out, and the ham, per barrel, »3.00; whole wheat
It is as hard as ever to reconcile the
taking the first bottle, and have con mill engine will be used to furnish flour, »3.00; rye flour, $email@example.com.
wrongs which men suffer at each other’s
tinued to gain rapidly, and now feel power to run the city electric light
Millstuffs—Bran, per ton, »14.00; hands with the great truth that there
like a different woman. I can reeom- plant, Harry West being the city light shorts, per ton, »16.00.
is over all a just, holy and gracious
mend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Feed—Chopped feed, »20.00 per ton; God. Our own personal life is full of
Compound in the highest terms to all contractor.
middlings, per ton, »20; oil cake meal, unsolved mysteries, and lays u|>on us
sick women."—Mies R osa H eldm ,
Sale of Timber Land.
heavy hands. There must l>e some
126 W. Cleveland Ave., Canton, O.
The Charles K. Spaulding Lumber per ton, »30.00.
Fresh Meats—Choice dressed beef great facts of which we can lay hold to
of Newberg, Or., has closed
Two Letters which Provo Company,
a deal with the Southern Pacific Com steeis, 7?v@8c; cows, 7c; muttor. 8c; steady ourselves amidst the Hood of
that Lydia E. Pinkham's pany for 5,000 acres of valuable timber jiork, T.Sic; trimmed, 9c; veal, 8,la© doubt which otherwise might engulf us.
—Rev. Ed. Coe.
Vegetable Oompound Will land on the headwaters of the Luckia- 10c.
Hams—Large, 13c; small, 13*4;
river, in the coast range. This is
TKY ALLKN’S FOOT EASE,
Remove Tumor and Ouro mute
about the last large body of timber I breakfast bacon, 12>#c; dry salt sides,
A powder to be shaken into the shoes.
Other Female Weakness, tributary
to the Willamette river not
Al this season your feet teel swolfen, ner
" Two years ago I was a great previously bought up by corporations,
vous and uncomfortable. If you have
sufferer from womb trouble and pro and this company is considered fortu
smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's
Wheat — Walla Walla. 53 @ 54c; Foot-Ease. It rests and comforts; makes
fuse flowing each month, and tumors nate in being able to secure it.
Valley, 53c; Bluestem, 56c per bushel. walking easy. Cures swollen and sweating
would form in the womb. I had four
Flour—Best grades, »3.00; graham, feet, blisters and callous s|>ots. Relieves
tumors in two years. I went through
corns and bunions of all pam anil is a cer
treatment with doctors, but they did
Ellensburg, Wash., is soon to have a »2.50; superfine, »2.10 per barrel.
tain cure for Chilblains, Sweating, damp or
Oats—Choice white, 35@86c; choice frosted feet. We have over thirty thousand
me no good, and I thought 1 would telephone exchange.
have to resort to morphine.
gray, 34c per bushel.
testimonials. Try it today. Sold bv all
George W. Hopp, of Tumwater,
“ The doctor said that all that cftuld
Barley—Feed barley, »14 © 15.00; druggists and shoe stores for 26c. Trial
package FREE. Address, Allen S. Oliti
help me was to have an operation and Wash., has been appointed (lostmaster brewing, »17.00© 18.00 per ton.
«ted, Lt Roy. N. Y.
hare the womb removed, but I had at Cape York, Alaska.
heard of Mr«. Pinkham's medicine and
Aberdeen, Wash., has declared war dlings, »19; shorts, »15; chop, »14 per
decided to try it, and wrote for her
Man is not exceptional in the fact
advice, and after taking her Vegetable on hobos, and given them the alterna ton.
Hay—Timothy, »10© 11; clover,»7© that he is and has to be a worker, All
Compound the tumors were expelled tive of going to work, going on the road
and I began to get stronger right or going to jail.
7.50; Oregon wild hay, »6 ©7 per ton. nature is a scene of incessant action.
along, and am aa well aa ever before.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 50©55c; Everything from atoms to stars and sys
The Spokane Sunday School Associa
Can truly say that I would never had
leconds, 42 b, ©45c; dairy, 80©87/«c; tems of suns are constantly in motion.
gotten well had it not been for Lydia tion is about to make a census of the store, 25)4©32)ic.
— Rev. Dr. Thomas, People’s Church.
E. Pinkham's Compound.”—M ast A. city, to ascertain the numlier of chil
Eggs—12>4@18Xc per dozen.
dren who do not attend Sunday school.
TO CUKE A COLD IN ONE DAT
B tahl , Watsontown, Pa.
Cheese—Oregon full cream, 13c;
** After following the directions
T. J. Tjoesen & Son, whose flouring Young America, 14c; new cheese 10« Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
given in your kind letter for the treat mill recently burned near Ellensburg,
All druggists refund the money if it
ment of leucorrhea, I can say that I
fails to cure. E. W. Grove’s signature
hare been entirely cured by the use Wash., entailing a loss of $17,000, will
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, »8.50©
of Lydia E. Pinkham's remedies, and rebuild, and expect to have the new 4.50 per dozen; hens, »5.00; springs, is on each box. 25c.
will gladly recommend them to my mill in operation in June.
A Model lluaband.
$2.50©8.50; geese, $6.50©7.50 for old;
friends.”—A. B. D avids , Binghamton,
Wife—I saw the loveliest lace
John G. McMillan, a prominent citi $4.50©6.50; ducks, $5.00©5.50 per
zen of Hoquiam, Wash., and well dozen;
turkeys, live, 10 @ 11c pex spreads today, only two dollars and a
half, and I wanted them awfully, but I
Another Oaso of Womb, known throughout the state, accidental pound.
you wished to economize, and so
Kidney and Bladder ly shot himself at Spokane, while show Potatoes—50© 80c per Back; sweetfl, knew
I didn’t get them.
ing a revolver to a friend.
He died 2©2Jic per pound.
Trouble Oured by Lydia shortly after the accident.
Husband—That’s too bad, my dear,
Vegetables—Beets, »1; turnips, 90c;
E, Pinkham's Vegetable Stack river farmers blew up a log per sack; garlic, 7c per pound; cab you should have got them. Anything
which add« to your happiness aud
jam that had dammed the stream near bage, ISo per pound; parsnips, »1;
brings gladness to your eyes, anything
” D ear F riend —Two years ago I had its junction with White river, and the onions, $l.50©2.50; carrots, »1.
which lightens your domestic cares and
Hops—3©8c per jiound
ehild-bed fever and womb trouble in water in the Stuck was lowered a foot
its worst form. For eight months after At the same time White river farmers
Wool—Valley, 12©13o per pound; gilds the lowering clouds, anything
birth of babe I was not able to sit up. were tiying more completely to ob Eastern Oregon, 8© 14c; mohair, 27© which borders with sweet flowers the
thorny paths of duty and appeals pleas
Doctors treated me, but with no help.
80c per pound.
I had bearing-down pains, burning in I struct the channel of the Stuck so as to
Mutton—Gross, best sheep, wethers antly to your aesthetic nature, making
stomach, kidney and bladder trouble
and ewes, 4Jic; dressed mutton, 7© life more worth living, home a para
and my back was stiff aDd sore, the
Ground has been purchased and laid 7 %c per pound; larnite, 7 %c per pound. dise, you are welcome, doubly welcome
right ovary was badly affected and out by a floriculturist at Cle Elum,
Hogs—Gross, choice heavy, »5.00; to, my dear angel, if it doesn’t cost
everything I ate distressed me, and Wash., and hothouses will soon be
light and feeders, »4.50; dressed, more than two dollars and a half.—N.
there was a bad discharge.
‘‘I was confined to my bed when I erected. The industry is to be carried »5.50®6.00 per 100 pounds.
wrote to you for advice and followed . on at Cle Elum as Puget Sound cannot
Mad« HI in Homaaick.
Beef—Gross, top steers, $4.00©4.50;
▼our directions faithfully, taking l furnish enough sunshine to supply the cows, $3.50©4.00; dressed lieef, 6)4©
A tramp went along a dusty road
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com demand made by the florists, for with- 7%c per pound.
■nd sat down on the steps of a house
pound, Liver Pills and using the Wash, ' out sunshine the flowers lack fragrance
Veal—Large, 7@8c; small, 8)4© in a quiet village street. Through the
and am now able to do the most of my and rich coloring.
9)4c per pound.
window« the voice« of a man and
housework. I believe I should have
woman in violent altercation were
died if it had not been for your Com I The rural delivery along the Elgin
Ban Francisco Market»
heard, and the tramp listened intently.
pound. J Lope this letter may be ths branch shows a gain of over 59 per cent
result of benefiting some other suffer ¡ over the first few months of its exist
Wool—Spring—Nevada, 12© 15c per
Angry words, and occasionally the
ing woman. I recommend your Com ence, handling last month nearly 4,090 pound; Eastern Oregon, 12© 16c; Val sound of something thrown, reached
pound to every one.”—M rs . M art pieces of mail.
his ears, he could hardly sit «till.
ley, 20@22c; Northern, 10© 12c.
VAU«EN, Trimble, Pulaski Co., Ky.
11 © 13o per
At last, evidently, the wife had
O. C. Applegate, the Indian agent at pound.
taken a broom, and the blows fell fast
Thought She Had Scored.
; the Klamath reservation, is consider
Butter—Fancy creamery 22©22)£c; and furious.
“I aaw him kiss you just before h« ing the building of a portable saw mil) do seconds, 21@21 )4c; fancy dairy, 19
The tramp could stand it no longer,
was leaving,’’ said the sour visaged for work on the reservation. There is ©20c; do seconds, 17© 18c per pound. bat, rushing to the side door, he darted
aunt, and she said it in a regular dull- considerable demand for lumber out
Eggs—Store, 12© 14c; fancy ranch, in, and, stepping between the pair, he
(there, and the magnificent forests of 17c.
i j •vied, with a husky voice:
. sugar and bull pine furnish an unlimit-
“Give us a clip or two with the
Millstuffs — Middlings, »17.50 •
“ Well, I can realize that it would ed source of raw material to work up. 20.00; bran, »12.00© 13.00.
broom, old woman; it seems just like
b« the last thing he would think of,”| a saw mill with 150,000 feet daily
Hay—Wheat »6.50©9.50; wheat a»3
Mmes I”—Collier’s Weekly.
and she nailed out as though «he had capacjty jN to !>e built at Cole« station,
Clvlo and Military Power»,
sooted every possible point. Detroit on tjje Oregon-California state line.
7.00; alfalfa, »6.00©7.50 per tt>S4
A Boer field cornet is usually the
Henry Loretz delivered to Milliorn straw, 80©45c per bale.
magistrate of the neighlxiring country
Potatoes—Early Rose, 80©85c; Ore wherein he resides, and is invested with
The largest library of »mall liooks in Bros., of Junction City, Or., the other
i»i»»i. «« •
Ar »■i--»"'1;»' i«»»- Farmer« gon Burbanks, 75c© 1.10; river Bur- th« power to commandeer all able-
—— -•*"I- —— - -
wh. Ku... .b.. b.
p-ek 7«k «< M. L''.«,'“.‘."f,
'”‘"g banks, 50©75c; Salinas Burbanks, hrvHo.l
80c© 1.10 per sack.
pocket editions in a single portman in a load that amounts to over $2.
Citrus Fruit—Oranges, Valencia,
The Dalles, Or., business men have
| guaranteed a loan of »20,000 to be »2.75©3.25; Mexican limes, »4.00© V
The affection of old age is one of th«
made to J. M. Russel for two years at I 5.00; California lemons 75c©|1.50; <
greatest consolations of humaBity.
8 per cent, in consideration of which do choice |1.75©2.00 per box.
have often thought what a melancholy
Tropical Fruits—Bananas, »1.50©
be is to establish a wool scouring mill
world this would be without children,
there, putting In »5,000 cash himself 2.50 per bunch; pineapples, nom-
and what an inhuman world withou/ to start the building.
j inal; Fenian date«,
The Evangelical allUnc«
nati listeued to two addresses »u
perano«.“ K«v. F. M Wells. 1»^«
chaplain of the First limnewec n»i
ment at Manila, spoke of
among the soldier. He
vvere 800 traveling liquor saldi"u u
the Philippine» and that liquor i<
on many transports. ». well a- on the
battleship Indiana 11« cited naim
officer« whom he said lie hsd »•<
drunk, and reíd 90 per cent of the I »
D«M auioug the
liquor. Hew», followed by < Hu«
N Howard, the tem|>eranee orator
reformer, who outlined his wo*
NICE OLD QUAKER LADY
Cared of Catarrh
Heard HI» Name-
The following story is *>!'« 1,1 1
life of the late Archbishop Bcn- n '
his son about the archbishop'» l»”'rl •'
dog. Watch: "My father was oadiug
the lesson, which was the thiitein >
chapter of St. Mark, in which the word
'watch* occurs several time»...........
<log, who had lu’cn »lumbering I . «Mice*
fullv, became very re»tle»«. »“<1. *" «>■•'
bi»hop en.led with the wool»: 'What
1 say unto you, I »ay unto all. watch
in a very im|>eriou« voice, there "
lowed a great »entiling and scratching,
and Watch emerged hastily from h's
place and proceeded to the diair of my
father’s «tall.”—Troy Time».
Fur Wirrleae Hteerlng.
An invention for -leering snv . rsfl
niennsofAii ether »»ve on ih* "\r |,"
televmpli principili In.» been perle, n .l
■ invai »aril l< ex|»<le.l I" 'n»k*
jh '.I o iH.at almost infallible
epe. t it will equal lhe f itnolH llo»lell. r.
Stoma. Il Hillers, which never tail’ io mr
coni>tipallon. imligevlioii, Uy.pep**«.
iuusnvs« and malaria.
Chappie—She called me a conceited
Dolly—The ideal Why. an I'"'1’
has nothing to I'« conceited about.
MRS. POLLY EVANS, A LIFE LONG FRIEND OF PERI X
•• ♦fy wife (Polly J. Evan*), m . v * she fed* entirely cured of
temic catarrh of twenty year*' standing. She took nearly s/t bottles
of thy excellent medicine. Peruna. as directed, and we feel scry
This world is full of fools, and he thankful to thee for thy kindness and adske. She did not eipcst to
w ho would wish not to see one must not
only shut himself up alone, but also be so well as she Is now. Twelve years ago It cured her of la grippe.
I nanf to tell thee there has been a great deal of Pcrun.i used here
break his looking gla»».—Boileau.
last winter. Peruna does not need praising. It tells for Pself. He
No More Soar Stomachs.
isn and do recommend It to anyone that Is affile tc ’ w ith catarrh."
When yon'r comtlpate.l. und©nli <1 toed rots
In your .tornarh like itarliag.- in a ».ill lattei
As ever, thy friend,
John Evans, South W abash, Ind.
I shall recommend I’iso’s I'ure for < on-
sumption far uml wide
1’lunistead, Kent, England, Nov. «. l*w>.
t lean it out »Sih i'awarvla Candy t alberili*I
When catarrh hits reached the chronic
stage, of course It has gone tieyond the
This timely suggestion comes from reach of all local remedies. Nothing
the Chicago Redini: Why not make but a systematic remedy can reach it.
every microlie wear a fender aud carry Peruna i« the only remedy yet devised
to meet such cases. Peruua eradicate»
catarrh from the system. It does its
SALT LAKE CITY.
work quietly, but surely. It cleanses
Ought to Includa an Alarm Hell.
Important Factor In
No one crossing the continent can
afford to cut Salt Lake City from his
route. The attractions of the place,
including the Mormon Temple, Talar-
lutcle and Church institutions, the
Great Salt Iaike—deader and denser
than the Dead sea in the Holy faiud—
the picturesque environment and the
warm sulphur aud hot springs, are
greater to the square yard than any lo
cality on the American continent.
The Rio Grande Western Hallway,
connecting on the East with the Den
ver & Rio Grande and Colorado Mid
land Railways and on the West with
the Southern Pacific (Central Route >
aud Oregon Short Line, is the only
transcontini-tnal line jwssing directly
through Salt Lake City. The route
through Salt Iaike City via the Rio
Grande Western Railway is famous aLl
the year round, tin account of the
equable climate of Utah and Colorado
it is just as popular in winter as in
summer. Send 2c to J. I). Mansfield,
253 Washington Street, Portland, or
George W. Heintz, General Passenger
Agent, Salt Like City, for a copy of
“Salt Lake City—the City of the
Aa soon as a man get« so old he has
no more trouble with heart affairs, his
liver begins to make him grief.—Atch-
Mothers will tied Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
ing Syrup the best remedy to use f..r Ib-w
children during the teething period.
Willamette Iron and Steel Works
MINING AND SAWMILL MACHINERY AND
IRONFOUNDEWS, MACHINISTS. BOB ER MAKERS AND
llrilfiirrs anti flulldar« of Marin« Fmlnat, Mining anil Dredging M «« hlnery
anti Griieral Mill anti Iron Work, Fira Hydrant«, I’ullrye, Hhafilog, air. <«»»<••
A. on. HAMV’t.i: BOTTU! iron in«.
DOCTORS INSIST that their patients use “5 DROPS” for
RHEUMATISM. KIDNEY DISEASE
SwkKlor Rerr-MATic Cc.R Co : When 1 wn«e
t«.r ■ sample l-AII. <4 “5 l.uot's mg
wife wa. suffering terribly
khe.iin.likiii.nl «>' very ,!>•<..«,.
I, at I !».. 1 triad e.rry-
tring ibe Uuk-ture pr.acrllwd, even aen.llu« her to Hi* hb«l*l springe, eie. My <1-. i.»r i.
. ... .
•tnprinr«) •! the pfogrr«« niy wife la tiinking, ati«1 »hr U m > w HI that
refused to keep her
and 1« now tltrtng her own arwitig lh«
ductor» Inaiat on her taking "8 Drop« ” end ••aura her th«l It m i <
only • matter of a few day» anti »h* will
rntiiely cured, a't>1 ••
very writ known be re, the * 5 DMOlTV it irtrlviug iu»»i<1rt at > .»u >
lion and praise.
F. E. PRICK, Jerary City, N. J.
SWANBON R kbp MATIC C vbm C o
I Buffered terribly with KiJney
Trouble for years, anti after uaing lets than two bottle« <»f *’ *■ I * 1 "
I am now entirely well and I glee " 5 DUol’H" the praise f«»r my « >»»• I
could not find anything that would give tna the »lightest rr i f i
tried thia remedy, and 1 recommend 11 to evrrytMwIy
a permanent <u<
for Kidney Ineeawr. MARY A. CAMIIAUGII, Biack Gap, l*a. A . ¿¿ ‘fl.
( tbadk make )
1)1 to ► PSj
< 1 J
1» the awwl powerful
Free from opletaean l |«erf* Ur l a '
|tal«sre»ltn<.«l i ns ia »>«»»•••
vwllrf at. 1 1« a |...ritire<-.i'«f’" |<),r om
Belallea, 8l«-Wral«1a, Dye»»ai»ela. Haehaetee. Aatbaaa. liar
4 alarrte. I.a
(roug, Mleeplraaaeee. Nerewaeaeee. Nrrrww« and NearalSle Headaebee. Fararbr,
arhe. Heart Waakaaae, Draper, Malaria, tree pl a« Bambneee, ete.. ete.
to enable sufferer» t<» air» ”1
at least a trial, we will b * ih ! a SAr aant|>la
OU U/KTd prvtaLl by mall. f«r 10 eta. A »afii|.le b<,uie will convince y>u
Hohl by ue and a<enta AU»MT» Wait»» lw »•• Ta«H«^y. WMI »■ t • fu lot.
SWAMBON «Iltt MATlC Cl «« CO., .«« 1. 1«A l-.h. ■«.. < UK AUO, ILJ*
Martha—“Do yon think it would be
wrong for me to kiss Miss I’lainface?”
‘You nay you won’t marry me lie-
Harry—"Not if your eyes were shut,
eaune I am bald and becauiie 1 make
Improved Train Equlpmant.
’’Ye«; tf vou were bald and didn't
The O. R. & N. and Oregon Short make punn or If you made puna and
Bine have added a buffet, smoking and were not bald it would lai different;
library car to their Portland-Cliioago but the fact that you am bald and »till
through train, and a dining car service make puna convincea me that you am
has been inauguarated. The train is too old to reform.”—Chicago Record.
equipped with the latent chair cars,
■ In« N o Terror« for Him.
day coaches and luxurious fliat-claas
The bathtub truat, nay a the 1’ittaburg
and ordinary sleepers. Direct connec
tion made at Granger with Union Pa Time«, cannot «<*are the old inhabitant
cific. ami at Ogden with Rio Grande who waa brought up to wanh at the
line, from all points in Oregon, Wash pump.
ington and Idaho to all Eastern cities.
For information, rates, etc., call on
any O. R. <fc N. agent, or address W.
Feti«'« and Wire Work«.
11. Hurlburt, General Passenger Agent,
BUY THE GENUINE
SYRUP OF FIGS
... MANUFACTUKRD BY
CALIFORNIA FK1 AYRUP CO.
tr N<rr£ tiik n amk .
■ nd Wator
(’■inipli© I'lante ’’«
TA I IM A KO“ M
. _____ . .... rot, I'ort laiul. Or.
Tart Hut True.
Until indivuality is enabled to na
Hume the mantle of greatne»» ît can
probably do a» much to make_____
unpopular uh any other one quality.—
Mavlihiwry and Mnppll««.
ThouMiide of Kit rdr n
Whenever you commend, add your r«»i give y<»u the bent burgnliii« in gent ral
reanons for doing so; it is th© which htiu-hinery. engineg, lN»il«>rn. tank», punii»*,
H"<i windmill». 'I he new
diHtinguiHhe» the approbation of a man I, *’1
I X L windmill gold by him, ig uii»
of Renne from the flattery of sycophant« Fqualled.
and the admiration of fools.—Steele
ITrov ha.nn’l * r««ul«r. hssiihy movsmsnt r>t ■>..
bows . .Torr liar, rou're «lek. or will
boson opon. and l,n «ell korc« In ilmlh^.L. I
rlolenl pbr.lo or pill polaon. la <iin«ri,ni PThl
■moothest, «u»I««t. mon porfuct war
Meeblmr u 2
bowel» clear and clean I* to Uke
THE CHILDREN N^B®
Romrthlng to put their blond In proper hhi 'II
lion for iprlng’» changeable weather.
Hoore’s Revealed Remedy
Will do II effectively. No alcohol or pol«n>"’J
drug, purely vegetable. St-«»» I”” bottl*
KLONDIKE BOOT AND
I M Ht«t A
the drug stores.
tra «It* i xind on !»rry
svrry yn«r and liFVt f RiifYrr
Hits »» bring Litte, not |>H/ln4
It pay« to puy « llllln rn«r«
I mhiiy ' r H kmm
___ ... lì i© <-«»nUi |H*r p»i*r
»•varywhwrr, «nd nlwity» worth IL
tl»M« I ha Ileal. I«>ll« -I Ann.i«"’"-
A woiwlrrfnl itlacovsry. Will ’’’,l'('5.r.,iu.if
tlillll-.l Kiel iikh t tH.roUN Iralln-r
• ml »’bls to 11« durability. Hrml
■ ml ri'. elvi' by return mall. I"”t I"’1 ..tli,.nl.
1” Isat you iwo y<-»r« Hatl«f»’,ll""
Thompson & era©, tin Srd Hl.,3»'1 |,,a
tfse Ulf « f',r
< i nr»
»»“Pl«. *’>'1 book©! „J
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN OR.QUNN’S^SPILLS
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AdUrvM DM. NUUKIKK. Mountain Hoaa, ida>
N. P. N. U.
HEN writing to ndv.rtl»»r» P1**
W m.atloa this paper.