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PACIFIC COAST MINING NEWS
Vancouver Iron and Big Oregon Company are
the Current Talk This Week.
Panneylvaula Men Said tu Be
This Is a or I float period Seattle, July 18.—The Port Intelli
states that managers of the
tn the life of every woman gencer
McKeesport iron works, iu l’ennsyl-
and no mistakes should | vauia, hate been visiting the Pacific
coast, and have secured sites for new
' iron works at Port Angeles, after an
Tbs one rtoognhtdMd unsuccessful attempt to locate in \ ic-
reliable hotp for woman ‘ toria, B. C. The belief is expressed
the iron deposits of Vancouver
who are approaohlng and ! ' that
island have attracted the attention of
passing through this i these iron men and that raw iron will
be taken from Barclay sound, and else-
wonderful change Is
| where in the island, down to Port An
Lydia E. Pinkham’» Vegetable Compound
That the utmost reliant,
can be placed upon this
great medicine Is testi
fied to by an army of
grateful women who have
been helped by It,
Mrs, Pinkham, who has
the greatest and most
suooessfui oxperlonoe In
the world to qualify her,
will advise you free of
charge. Her address is
Lynn, Mass. Write to her.
Greatest Single Enemy.
President Swensson, of Bethany col
lege, Kansas, says, in the Sheldon
edition of the 'lopeka Capital: “The
American saloou, open by law and
license, is our greatest single enemy
of decency, morality and religion.
Our prohibition laws close that saloon
•nd kill that foe. What greater praise
could we utter?”
Try Alien's Foot Kase»
A powder to be shaken into the shoe«. At
this season your feel feel swollen, nervous
and hot, and grt tired easily. If you nave
smarting feet or light shoe«, try Allen’s
Foot-Ease. It cools the feet and makes
Cures ingrowing nails,
•woolen and sweating feet, blisters ami
callous spots. Believes corns «nd bunions
of all pain and gives rest and comfort. We
have j 0, (OO testimonial*. Try it todav.
Sold bv all druggists and shoe dealers for
S-V. Trial package FREE. Address Allen
8. Olmstead, LcKoy, N Y.
According to Mr. Wu Tung Fang,
the Chinese minister, the proper name
of the organization referred to as
“Boxers” is Yee Ho [Chnan, which, in
the vocabulary of the Middle Kingdom,
means “righteousness, harmony and
Look Tired Today.
Perhap« you can't »lec> or unea-y »lumber
don't rest von. A Caaearet Candy Cathartic at
bedtime guarantee« refreshing sleep. Drug
gist», 10c, 25c, 50c.
A woman should remember that with
tha average man the quality of her
voice counts mors than what she save.
Louise Froebel, widow of Friedrit
Froebel, founder of the kindergarten
system, died in Hamburg at the age of
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
A b mercury will aurely destroy tbe sente of
smell and completely derange the whole >ya-
tem when entenns it through the mucous aur-
faces. Such articles should never be used ex
cept on prescriptions from reputable physi
cian*, as the damage thew will do is ten fold to
the good ' ou can possibly derive from them.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J
Cheney A Co., Toledo. O., contains no mercury,
and is taken internally, aeting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get
the genuine. It is taken internally, ana made
In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A Co. Testi
Hold by Druggists, price 75o. per bottle.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
The »eeBon for mowiug will cauae
farmerg to be busy and it seem a that
just as this work is to be hurried some
accident occurs. This does not always
happen, but many such drawbacks
might be avoided if farmers will clear
theii fields of stones, sticks and other
Ictiona to the machines before the
D too high to see them.
ks mower knife may cause cost-
This is very easily made by taking
rump or fillet steak, free from skin,
■inew, etc., and mincing it very finely.
It ia then dusted with flour, pepper and
■alt, with, if liked, a very little minced
parsley or chives, shaped into fiat
cakes, and fried, or saute, in hot fat,
carefully turned to brown it equally
on both aider, and then served with
clear gravy or demi-glace, or with sour
geles for working. It is known that
the McKeesport iron men have secured
! options on three properties in the Hare-
I lay sound oountry, namely the Ander-
| sou Company, another owned by Wl'
son, Braden, Irving and others, and a
I third the property of Thompson, Bra
den. Logau and Kains. Au option has
j been secured on these claims until the
end of the year, ami before the begin-
I ning of next month la-tween 400 and
500 men will be taken up to Barclay
i sound to exploit its mineral wealth.
If development proves that these
I properties are at all equal their prom
I ise, it will mean much for Vancouver
island and for Victoria. The pro;>er-
I ties in question run about 72 i*r cent
in pig iron, a very high per centage,
■ ml one which envoked enthusiastic
expressions from the visiting magnates.
From these the raw material for the
Port Angeles foundries will be drawn.
The Galena, one of the promising
claims on the Gordon river, passed re
cently under liond to a number of East
ern capitalists. Active work will com
mence ou this mine ou August 1 and
will be continued until the end of the
rear. A large sum is involved in this
transaction should it go through.
WILL WORK THE CLAIlOl.
Ross land, B. C., July 16.—Ore ship
ments from this district lor the fiist
half of 1900 were nearly equal to those
of the whole year 1897, when the fig
ures were 72,840 tons. The total lor
the past six months is 71,235 tons.
The Nickel Plate has lieen opened to
the 600-foot level, is fully developed
by drifts, etc., to the 200-foot level,
and partially developed to the 400-foot
level. Arrangements have been made
to ship 250 tons of ore per day from
the Nickel Plate.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
FOR TORPID LIVER.
R SALLOW SKI«.
CURK SICK HEADACHE
Twenty-three Times Gold H»a
Struck nt Palmer.
Loomis, Wash., July 16.—In the
Palmer mountain tunnel the last 30
feet driven has gone through a forma
tion highly mineralized, giving assays
each day running from $8.74 to $37 in
gold. The last shot at the (ace broke
into a well defined ledge, showing
much blue quartz full of mineral which
may prove one of the most important
in the history of the tunnel. This
ledge ia in a different formation from
that of the other 22 and the good values
pieceeding tha cuttings of the footwall
make the crossing and testing of this
23d vein a matter of special interest.
Baker City, »'re., July 16.—The
Keystone. Belle and Gold Bov Consoli
dated Mining Company has beeu incor
porated w ith a capital stock of $2,000,-
The president of the company is
Albert Geiser, of Bonanza fame; vice-
president, Clark l'alair, of the Red Boy;
treasurer, J. T. Donnelly, cashier of
the First National bank; secretary,
Eugene Sperry; manager, F. J. Conroy;
consulting engineer. Captain C. II.
The property is located in the Bo
nanza district, and is considered to be
a very rich and promising mine. It is
the iutention of the company to push
development work and get a mill on
the property at once.
Much Good May Krault From the Bttlur
M. vting tn 1901.
Spokane, July 16.—In view of the
fact that the next meeting of the In
ternational Mining Congress will meet
in Boise, Idaho, in July, 1901. some of
the events that took place last mouth
in the Milwaukee meeting will be in
teresting to Northwestern milling men.
says the Sjaikesman-Review.
The objects aimed at by the Milwau
kee meeting were:
Second—A revision of the national
mining laws, with a view of the better
protection of claimants and-owners of
Third—A mineral exhibit.
Fourth—To obtain and disseminate
information regarding improvements
and inventions of lalor saving machin
ery and other mining appliances.
The permanent organization consisted
of 416 registered delegates ieprt4euting
23 different states.
Mineral exhibits were displayed by
Owners Want n Showing Made in the
Alaska, Colorado, Wisconsin, New
Greenood, B. C., July 16.—The own Mexico, Montana, Arizona, Canada,
ers have bonded the Hard Cash mineral Idaho, Washington and Oregon.
claim for $20,000 to John Rodgers.
Gold Mining in Hrlli«h Columbia.
The bond is a working one, and so
The first authenticated discovery ol
much work must tie made before the gold in British Columbia, according to
first payment is made. The Hard Cash Dr. G. M. Dawson, occurred at Mitch
is a fractional claim, containing 28 ell or Gold Harbor, on the west coast
acres, adjoining the Goldeu Crown, of Queen Charlotte island, in 1851, a
Winnipeg and the J. and R. The lat nugget weighing several ounces having
ter claim is owned by John Rodgers, been accidentally picked up by an
and he recently uncovered a ledge on Indian woman ou the seashore. This
the property near the Hard Cash line. nugget was brought to Fort Simpson,
He, therefore, secund the Hatd Cash and, coining into the possession of the
that both claims might be worked to officer in charge of the Hudson Bay
Company’s post at that place, was for
PACIFIC COAST WHEAT SHIP- warded by him to the company's head
quarters at Victoria. An expedition
was at once fitted out, and, proceeding
Thirty-five Million Bushels Sent From
to the spot, succeeded in locating a
Portland» fan Frauciaco, Seat
quartz vein seven inches wide, “report
tle and Tacoma.
ed to contain 25 per cent gold in some
Portland, July 16.—The Oregonian
places.” The find was worked for
publishes tables showing the wheat
some months and then abandoned, the
shipments from the four leading coast
narrow vein entirely giving out; no
cities for the season of 1899-1900, as
other indications of mineral were aver
found ou the island, notwithstanding
From Portland—94 cargoes, 14,239,-
that this extraordinary little seam ot
quartz had yielded in a few weeks it
From San Francisco—127 cargoes,
was worked a value of $20,000 on the
word of one authority, or $75,000 on
Ftom Seattle and Tacoma—35 car
that of another. About the same time
goes, 7,799,092 bushels.
coal, which had been discovered on
ROSSLAND ORE SHIPMENTS.
Vancouver island as far back as 1835,
Six Mouth« of Till« Year Equal Io All began to be mined in earnest at Nanai
Machinery Weighs Nearly
Anaconda, Mont., July 16.—New
machinery weighing 1,650,000 pounds
is being installed in the concentrating
plant of the Anaconda Mining Com
pany here. The company is using 24
Huntingbin mills five feet in diameter,
of the latest pattern; 24 sets of crush
ing rolls, 40 inches in diameter by 16-
inch face, with forged steel shells;
eight Blake crushers, 24x12 inches, und
16 Blake crushers 15x5 inches.
Copper and Gold Produced at the Cop
Missoula, July 16.—Visitors in the
city from the Cop|>er Cliff mine report
the shaft down 200 feet and the ore
running high grade. The owners ex
pect to drift at this depth and find bet
ter ore. There is on the dump aliont
$35,000 worth of ore, running in both
gold and copper.
W m II m «*« Hr ports Two Recently Incor
porated» Moderately Stocked.
Wallace, Idaho, July lfi.—The Nov
elty Mining 8c Milling Company, limit
ed, has filed articles of incorporation.
Its principal place of business is Wal
lace, and its capital stock of $20,000
is divided into 200,000 shares.
The Capitol Mining 8c Milling Com
pany lias filed articles of incorporation.
Wallace is the principal place of busi
ness, and tho capital stock of $100,000
is divided iute 1,000,000 shares.
Sult Over Mining Claim«.
Vancouver, Wash., July 16.—The
case of Adolph Hooperand Victor Carl
son against J. G. Copely and U. M.
Lauman was on trial before a special
jury, called for this case, in the super
ior court. Ths case relates to the
rights oi the parties to certain mining
claims in the St. Helens mining dis
trict, iu Skamania county. The suit
was first brought in Lewis county, and
was transferred to Skamania county,
where the property in controversy is
located. The tiial was held in this
tcouuty to suit the comeuieiice of the
lairties to the action. Since the com
ineueeinent of the action, the defend
ant, J. G. Copley, died, and Charier
W. Thompson, administrator of his es
tate, was substituted as a party defend
New Oregon Mining Coiiipanie«.
The Elk Creek Gold Mining Com
pany, city of Union, $50,000.
The Lilliun Gold Mining and Invest
ment Company, Baker City, $500,000.
Keystone, Belle and Gold Boy Con
solidated Mining Company, Baker City,
New W m «I i ingt’>u Mining Companiet.
(■old Ledge Consolidated Mining &
Millinj Company, Spokane, $100,000.
Facramento Gobi Mining Company,
Pilgrim Gold Mining 8c Milling
Company, Davenjiort, $100,000.
Golden Era Mining Company, Col
Consolidated Gold Mining Company,
Myrtle Mining 8c Milling Company,
Bald Mountain Mining Company,
(Tear Lake, $1,000,000.
Galena King Mining & Milling Com
pany, Republic, $75,000.
The I’lainvew, Or., creatneiy turned
out 10,000 pounds of butter the past
Bradtareeta’ say»: Busiueus 1» uutts-
tiallv dull at this season, and this veer
no exception to the geueral rule is re
marked. A leview of the past six
mouths, however, give» little oomtort
to pengiuiata. Bank clearings, it is
true, are smaller by al>out 11 per cent
than they were iu the liras half of 1899.
but railway earnings are about 10 per
cent larger, and business failure»,«» re
ported to Bradstreet'», are the fewest
reported for 18 years back, with liabil
ities of failing trades the same, with
one exception, and that last year, siuce
1892. Winter wheat has about all
been harvested iu the Southwest and
the yield there has lieen very large.
Copious isins iu the Northwest, too,
have appaieutly worked some improve
ment, judging from the more cheerful
tone of advices received from thence
Wool is dull and manufacturers are
supplying only actual wants.
In manufacturing lines dullness and
weakness are most marked in pioducts
of iron and steel.
The settlement of labor troubles is
effected in the better demand for build
ing materials at affected centers, while
rains iu the Northwest haie allowed
white pine manufacturers to ojien their
works, and give employment to many
thousands of tneu.
Sugar has been marked up again this
week, coffee is higher, while tea holds
the full advance scored ou the outbreak
of the Chinese troubles.
cluding flour, shipments for the aggre
gate 8,018,832 bushels, against 3,184,-
144 bushels last week.
Business failures in tho United States
for the week number 196, as compared
with 185 last week.
Business failures in Canada number
25 as compared with 18 lust week.
Onion», new, 1 l»c.
Lettuce, hot house, $1 per crate.
Potatoes, new. lc.
Beets, per sack, 90e(<t$l.
Turnips, per sack, 75c.
Carrots, per sack, $1.25
Parsnips, per sack, 50(«t75c.
Cauliflower, California 90c(4$l.
Strawlierriea—$2 per case.
Cabbage, native and
$1.00(41.25 per 100 pounds.
Tomatoes—$1.50 per ease.
Butter—Creamery, 22c; Eastern 22c;
dairy, 17(322c; ranch, 15(4 17c pound.
Hay—Puget Sound timothy, $11.00
(412.00; choice Eastern Washington
Corn—Whole, $23.00; cracked, $23;
feed meal, $28.
Barley—Rolled or ground, per ton,
Flour—Patent, per barrel, $3.25;
blended straights, $8.00; California,
$3.25; buckwheat flour, $6.00; gra
ham, tier barrel. $3.00; whole wheat
flour, $8.00; rye flour. $3.80(44.00.
Millstuffs—Bran, per ton, $18.00;
shorts, per ton, $14.00.
Feed—Chopped feed, $19.00 per ton;
middlings, per ton, $20; oil cake meal,
per ton, $30.00.
Fresh Meats—Choice dressed lieef
steers, price 8c; cows. 7c; mutton 8c;
;>ork, 8c; trimmed, 9c; veal, 8‘a (4
Hams—Large, 13c; small, IS1«;
breakfast bacon, 12 l«c; drv salt sides,
Wheat—Walla Walla. 56(457,*>.gc;
Valley,57 Sc; Bluestern,60c per bushel.
Flour—Best grades, $3.20; graham,
$2.70; superfine, $2.10 per barrel.
gray, 33c per bushel.
Barley—Feed barley, $14.00(415.00;
brewing, $16.00 per ton.
Millstuffs—Bran, $12.50 ton; mid
dlings, $19; shorts, $13; chop, $14 per
Hay—Timothy, $10(4 1 ll clover,$7(4
7.50; Oregon wild hay, $6(4 7 per ton.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 35(440c;
Eggs—16c per dozen.
Cheese—Oregon full cream, 13c;
Young America, 14c; new cheese 10c
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, $3.00(4
3.50 per dozen; hens, $4.50; springs,
$2.00(43.50; geese, $4.00(45.00 forold;
$4.50(86.50; ducks, $3.00(44.00 [>er
turkeys, live, 14(415c per
Potatoes—40050c per sack; sweets,
2(42Sc per pouuo.
Vegetables—Beets, $1; turnips, 75c;
per sack; garlic, 7c per pound; cab
bage, 1 Sc per pound; parsnips, $1;
onions, 1 Sc per pound; carrots, $1.
Hops—2(48c per |>ound.
Wool—Valley, 15(4 16c per pound;
Eastern Oregon, 10(415c; mohair, 25
Mutton—Gross, l>est sheep, wethers
and ewes, 8Sc; dressed mutton, 7(4
7Sc per pound; lambs, 5Sc.
Hoge—Gross, choice heavy, $5.00;
feeders, $4.50; dressed,
$5.00(46.50 per 100 pounds.
Beef—Gross, top steers, $4.00(44.50;
cows, $3.50(44.00; dressed beef, 6S9
7 Sc per pound.
Veal—Large, 6 S <17 Sc; small, 8(4
• Sc per pound.
Baa Franoiaco Market.
Wool—Spring—Nevada, 18(4 15c per
pound; Eastern Oregon, 10(4 15o; Vai-
The city treasurer of Fairhaven ley, 18(420c; Northern, 10(4 12c.
Wash., has just called in $5,300 o
Butter—Fancy creamery 18(419c; '
The necessary acreage is
tc do seconds,
secure a starch factory at
in 17c; doseconds, 15(4 16%c per pound.
Egg»—Store, 13 *«0i fancy ranch,
Spokane lawyers hava agieed to close 17c.
Millstuffs — Middlings, $17.00 (4
their offices at noon each Saturday dur
20.00; bran, $12.50(4 13.50.
ing July and August.
Hay—Wheat $6.50(1« 10; wheat and
The Stayton, Or., creamery paid 17
cents for butter fat its first mouth, and oat $6.00(49.50; Itest barley $5.00(4
7.00; alfalfa, $5.00(46.00 per ton;
18 cents last month.
straw, 26(4 40c per bale.
Port Townsend’s school director*
have re-established the office of city1
Potatoes—Early Rose, 60(3 65c; Ore-
superintendent of schools.
j gon Burbanks, 80c(4 90; river Bur-
A young man named Arthur Dunn banks, 86 <4 65c; new, 70c(4$1.25.
cupful ol m id water, ou« cupful ol
sugar, oue third box ol gelatine, juice
>( , na lemon, whiles ol throe agg"
soak th» gelatine two hour», or until
it is melted. Maeli the berriaa through
Mix the sugar with the juice,
add the lemon and gelatine anil »tlr
until all are diseoH'Oil. bland iu a pun
o( |ce water, aqd when ll brgtna to
thicken fold in the ahtfiy beaten whites,
«luring until tho mixture begins to
luin tut«' « mold und act on
tlm ice until stiff
Servo with augur
and cream — N. Y. Tribune.
Railway Kernings Are U««il. Iloweter,
and ■x»la»M Fáltale» Few-
asaaRKAMLio aw ohi
a «a err wuou raK»BH V a rt'
In an a<e when wild. »«»»»•'•<•<’
I Wienie ot th. .fflcleiiey ot all hl"'*«< «
article«, from patent rnadh in* •
plowshatw fill th* column« of th« i”**
for adv«rii«in< purpo«*« only, it *• C ***’
Ing to writ« about a hou««hold •Vr<
who«« utofuln»«« has born prw%*'l b«’) <
th« power of detractor« to Injure or in» •
tatons to compete with
Buch u Avanarlua I'arbol'nr im.
celebrated Grrmun wosl
the l»th century, who«» fame >•
to outlast the »th
1« ’• "‘H
greatest preparation kr-’an f■'« aite»' '•<
tho decay of any kind of " . .1« > k «1»
or b«lew ground, fr«>tn th* rav«««’«
cVmate. fungus or wrinl't. but it n.a>
I •*'••'' “
tlvo whose utility has been pi«-
tea ted and not found wanting
dlocovory of Avenartua Carbo Ineum n- »
ly thirty years ago It has b««n i netai '
employed for the treatment of * >1 u
In ohlpo. bridge«, pavement« H*« ‘
graph polea. fence poeta house «upp ‘ •
and hundred« of other conetruetlons »» d
In not a «Ingle ca«o out of thou*«'
It failed to render aitl le« linpr « •* • I
Immune against rot and decay wiirlH-r
tho attacking enemle« «er* . Imai« •
frooh or salt water, tored r* ants, b ' <
worm« or other hostile« «!■ gly ><r In com
bination. when properly applied
The value of euch a apeclflc on a farm,
whore «linnet all the constructive *
from bou««a and burns to vine pohw and
fenco poets. Is chiefly or entirely wo ».1.
cannot b« overestimated. No farmer whs
appreciates practical economy an «ff »’d
to do without It. Aa additional Incentive«
for tho use of Avenarlue Carbellnoum it
may bo otated that tho preparation Is in
expensive, end a few gallons go a Id g
way, while application to «« easy ar.d s m-
plo as that of common house paint
few strokeo of the brush d ea th« work,
a ad the article treated hi tnourod agfldnat
decay and death
Ae an llluatratlon of tho efficiency of
Avenarius Cerbollnourn we publish tho
following photographic reproduction of
two piece« of wood which etood aid« by
aide partly in and partly out
ground, together with a sworn efatoment
concerning the game attached, as seen in
a Utt Io
Out of Sorts
Oue quart uf rtrawberriee,
rT’s M iiooi.
Manio Park. Fan Metro County, Pal
noli 0« mw Imilduig«, uralv tiirui'li’-l
nml comi-ieit- Inlsnatoiir«, bruUllfill »nr-
touiidms« ami llolnr liitlurmr«. 1« our ol
(i,,. i „.. i '.qmi-prd M'hool« lor III» training
o| Inn « slut i oimg mm on th* coml ll
X in < u.t ,
I»• I in <1 limit «i‘d I" •>'
, rediu-u st (he iiiiiiet.lile* semi l-'ii at-
•log. truth year tugiii« August 0, HAN.
A Fri'iieli chemist, M. Chatolier, has
establlahed tlm fuel that the eom|»»i-
tiou of I giptlan (MMcebiiii from Mem
phis is wholly differrul from that of
Chinese poreehiin, and thia ta regarded
s« making it probable that tho ancient
Egyptians had u prooeee of their owu
(or making true porcelain.
That Is ll»« wav many ««rlmis trouble
l>«Kln. VI»« «toma* h urta a little OU( of
tiiilai, Iff negl«« t«*«1, nml < lirmdu dyspffpffig
tuiluw«. Th« blot»<l brvnmrs a little |IM,
pur«, as mvashmal |»im|»l«« («stlfy, atid I q
Um« a I oi » m anav *>f l»l*»<»*l dt«r««r. «ita,
tha »y^trm. It 1« «af*,**l to rttr« thrwr trim.
I i I un at mu» by lhi»roiighlv purifying th«
blood with l|i»od*i Hur ««pa iill*, h main,
mins th« brailli *ml uni’ « di««as«
i 1« Aiiirri» u’« 1lre»l«'Rl M«di* hm
The planting ot waste laud te tree«
for tinilwr is receiving more atleiitmu
Ilian formerly. Fermerà who planted
trees 'JO years ago now find that tlu-y
then mud« good investment", It i»
claimed that cherry and hickory tree«
require la>ut 80 yeuis befoie they nril
valuable for timber, maple tree« ?i)
years and black walnut 16 year»
black walnut lino la aald to attain from
13 to 15 inche» In diameter In lt> .ware
from the »end. Nuts are al>o a «mirre
ot piotlt with some groweia of timi er.
c arimi 'a 1 wb la 1
gr«*ate«t lallwav ayatanis t >1 1 he 1* nltr.l
btatr« l li«y would nut u«e ll If it wa«ii i
I Ihr (»rat
The land for late potatoes should I«
Pi«.,', ('uro 1« the be»t medleiu« we ever
used lor all ullvetfima ol the lli-out ami plowed deep and harrowed lino.
W m O Esi-sisr, Vatiimrvii, I ml , land should novor bo allowed to loriu
I -cl. 10 I'»«1
u cruet bo 1er» the planta aio up
Hicks—"Ila» your furnace workr-l a harrow over tlm field, loth lielor»
■ II tight the post winter?” Wicks — und alter the potatoes aro up
“Oh, i<->; the furnace baa doue Its seed may I*" planted alaiut five luche»
mil; but ihe tires that I have la-eii deep slid given level <ullure liiatead of
< Tovar »("I land la "«celioni
»Ide to build 111 it have failed entirely hilling
to coinmiini .He any wurmth to tho for pit.itooe, and to avoid dieeuee It is
beat not to plant potatore on tho «ani»
land twbn in auocoarlon
M- -th era a ill blot Mr« \\ Inal.* w'« Hoot ll- and «hallow cultivation rutilar than
im; Sxrup th« be-i remedy to u«» for lh«'r
deep should lie given.
Ohildreii during the teething |>ario<l.
Alfalfa »cede I on light sandy a<>U tn
New Jereey during the mouth of Au
gust three veer» "go has givt-u eev-
oral crops of hay I'l-r yeur, and the fall
»owing I* declared a »ucco»», although
the reeomm«n<latlon baa bt-eu to axw
the »cod tn the »pring.
Piece ef board. p»rfo tly sound et'e
twenty year» exposure, on a mint ot I-
linoni (-otn la eenrea and high
tiialu crop I» grow n In Illinois
brush la tho «alatdo portion, but »uua
farmers also value the seed u« au Im
portant crop. 'Hie labor required for
broom eoi a is about the same ae for
For Infanti and Children.
AtcCdaUe PrcpaMlton lor ah
similatinß rtw Food amlRetf uta
tuig the Shiiatciö and Bowls of
Fence post. completetr ArtrU. eflee
five year* expoeure. on account ot not
being treated with Carbodnaum Avin
All la Chapell». January It I'M
W» confirm th»t this pace or wood la a
part of a fence board, which hae b.en
eapoaed to th» w.athsr for rearty ta.nry
year» Thia fence waa Invprrgi^ted wl'h
('arballnautn Avenar:u* «rd nae ■ wa>«
atood In vary damp, mouldy ground <hu
mus). around our war.ho -••
Not a «In
gle place of wood in thia fane« hag de
cayed during th»
aa ihown by
above board which »rood part!/ In ai.d
partly out of th» around
The fence po»t anown above waa N’< ’
mpragratad with C’arbollneum Avenar
and we placed tt rtve year» «■ - along-
of the board and removed both toger.c
ia their abov« condition.
8IEBENKCK A COUMONT.
The Kind You Have
|NI A!MIS.-.:CH1I HKt.N
neMandRm Co«l«lM m M m *
O]8uin Morphine itorMuix’rol
N ot N ahcotic .
Th» above testimonial waa ete-ed be
fore the Royal Notary In All la ' h«p«....
and Merer« ICabaneck A CeuBOnt ac
knowledge It ae their free and true act
The above ts only one out ot hundreds
ef Indorsements that Avenarius Carbo-
llneum has received fr m leading engi
neers, ehern’ata, contractor,. ■hlpbuVdere
and others aU over the world
It le pub
lished u an errtabdah-d truth, eoml-g
as It does from a country whore effldavPe
are regarded ae as'-red. end a breanh ot
voracity Is regarded as a reJIgloua aa wall
as a olvil crlaae.
Aperteci Remedy for Cons li|>ri
lion. Sour Stomach. Diarrhoea
ncss aim II.OMHOF S l EKP.
Facsimile Signatura of
Japan Anil »us.
Japan is alarmed over the emigration of
many of her residents to this country w Ito
are lured hereby misrepresentation. This is
like the rniMrepre*«entMtion whi«h delude
people into Itelieving that any other in««!
mets equal to Hostetter's Stomach Bitt*
for stoma* h disorders. It will cure in <11
gestion, constipation and dyspepsia.
AI (» i i i i»ii I h s ««1<I .
) j !><»si s -
EXACT COPT or -WRAPPER.
TM« ««.*«M. ••■M»«. W«W »... «OS
Any article that is giown, whether ol
the best or not, costs something, ami
the grower must receive at least the
cost or he will suffer a loss. The larger
the difference between the cost and ths
price received the greater the profit. It
should be the object, therefore, to grow
the best, rather than the aim for Urge
yields, as the market may be over
stocked with Inferior goods, while a
demand may exist for the belt.
WHICH I KHM 4NKNTI.Y ISKRTROY«
An attractive-looking, delicioaa and
«impie deaiert in made by lining a
mould with lady finger», »ticking each
one to the aide of the dish with a little
melted gelatine. The center ia then
filled with boiled custard flavored with
black coffee awl stiffened with a little
gelatine. A cupful of whipped cream
■tilred in just as the custard is poured
into the mould is an improvement.
Eccentric Sprocket Wheel, chain pulls
on the long spokes when doing the hardest
work, which is compressing the bundle, ty
ing the knot and discharging the bundle.
We guarantee a gain of power of 16 2-3
per cent at this time.
Force Feed Elevator, warranted
to waste less grain than any other.
Send for Catalogue.
MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAYER CO.
I irxt and
<• try CASCA.
HARD WORKING WOMEN
Coagress Mt, Mt Louis. Mo
JTCIHN ì ; 1*11«« pr<Xi< « molNturo «n<T*••»*»»••• lf<
< «n And qtiif'k and permanent roll«!
I(,r aurli.n- ’ a . .a
lost his right leg at Starbuck, Wash.,*
Citrus Fruit—Oranges, Valencia,
on the 9th by attempting to board a $8.76(48.25; Mexican limes, $4.00(4
| I 5.00; California lemons 75c(4$1.50;
n Zara___ 1
In every homo yeti will find at least
ch°ice $1.75(42 00 per Ixix.
a half dozen skin lotions and toilet
Tropical Fruits—Bananas, $1.50(4
... CURK CONSTIPATION.
articles on a girl’s dressing table, and 2.50 per bunch; pineapples, nom- •Rffiof
1—«y •—fay, OMf, MyCw
a Ixiy with hau ls clnkHped and bleed- lnAh Persian dates,
I zylor Streets, Portland, Oregon
Branches: Salem, McMinnville,
La Grande, Medford, Seattle, Spo
«■Ta. I «111 n«».r b« without them |l( tbe bout«
Mr llr«r ««■ lilt vary bad ahapa and my i.Hld
aohad aad | bad stomach trouble Mow. tine« taV
In« ( a.car.t« 1 f««| flne My wife ba. ai.o n..d
tto«m with bene Helal rnaulte for aour stomach
.. Bost On Earth...
8orae notion of the coming deluge of
books on the South African war may be
had from the fact that an American
publisher now in Iarndon waa within a
week of his arrival offered tho Ameri
can rights in 25 war hooks.’
Jot. M mbbumq ,
LICE AND VERMIN..
One application is all that ii required. It laxta for year». II
your dealer cannot supply you, write for circular« and information to the
following distributing agentsi Perfection Pile Preserving Co., Seattle,
Wash.; Fisher, 1 horsen & Co., Portland, Oregon.; Whittier, Coburn it
Co., San Francisco, Cal.
An excellent plan to get two crops
on the same land and nt the same time,
is to drop seeds of sweet corn in thé
same rows with the peas, placing the
seeds of corn several inches apiirt,
thinning to a foot apart after the plants
•re up. The corn will finish its main
growth after the peas have ceaaed
growing, though for taller kinds the
corn serves as supports.
J™?*.1* 1 WM
11 e''r'"l ' rniMitoiHly. |1
p«r boith* at your di uggisca.
i Can’t Afford to Miss It.
Ln ih.^hh, ,L
If CLAIMANTS FOR n E*
IL Wrl » to NA'HAN t** E.
I| HICKFORr,. Wathlnglan, I)
•• C'lva quick repl 1.«
H r>lh N. II
20th Corps l*ro««culliig claim» aim-, I"7*
JOHN 1’001,E, B ohti . anb , O r R uo R.
eive you the be«t bargain» In general
limcliiuery, engines, boilers, tank-, pump",
plowe. belle nml wind mill». The n'*
,,r ati el f X L windmill, »old by him, I ",l"
»< «11, for m. u.w t<|»iallr<|.
n -» < "¡muin.n
a ' 1« ar whit*. «/ ' * r,,,,*<*,‘* p*rfr< t cofiibiiNtlon and
For JirUcuiara nf
y"" b«'f y«»**r fuel bills
ply ¿T h
i iti« fonti, a* orli M Hlfnd. Illfu»dliiff or PiMtru*i'’»»
I II»*« arn < ur«d br Dr.Hotinko’a PII«
rt’pa Itfhltiff an<l bieadinff A Intorba iunior».
•far atdriiKiflata or acni bjr mali. Tratti«« frr« ”r."
u><> al» >m juur ca»«. DII. lioriANKO. l’to l«d« • •*
f',l, d««crlpllon, ap-
writing to advertiser« Ri««a*