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LIKE MANY OTHERS
•• Dsan M rs . I’litnuast ¡—I have seen
so many letters from ladies who were
eared by Lydia E. Pinkham's remedies
that I thought I would aak your advice
in regard to my condition.
I have been doctoring for
four years sud have
taken different p«U
ent medicines, but
received very little
troubled with back
ache, in fact my
whole body aches,
stomach feels sore,
by spalls get short
of breath and am
very nervoua Men
struation u very ir
regular with severe
bearing down pains,
cramps and back
ache. 1 hope to hear
from you at once.”—
Ind., Sept 27, 189S.
•• I think it is my duty to write a
letter to you in regard to what Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound did
for me. I wrote you some time ago,
describing my symptoms and asking
your advice, which you very kindly
gave. I am now healthy and cannot
begin to praise your remedy enough.
I would say to all suffering women,
•Take Mrs. Pinkham's advice, fora wo
man best understands a woman's suf
ferings, and Mrs. Pinkham, from her
vast experience in treating female ills,
can give you advice that you can get
from no other source.’ "—C lara Korr.
Rockport, Ind., April 13, 1899.
The union and confederate troop« en
gaged in a severe battle on this hill on
July 1, 1862, resulting in the defeat ol
the confederates. The hill Is located
about 11 miles from Richmond, Ya.,
and one mile from the James river.
Try Allen’. Fool Kase,
A powder to be shaken into the shoes. At
this season rour feet feel swollen, nervous
and hot. anil get tired easily. If you have
smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen s
Foot-Ease. It cools the feet and makes
Cures ingrowing nails,
»woolen and' sweating feet, blisters and
callous spots. Relieves corns and bunions
of all pain and gives rest and comfort. We
have 30,000 testimonials. Try it today.
Sold hr all druggists ami shoe dealers for
25c. Trial package FREE. Address Allen
8. Olmstead, LeRoy, N. Y.
Mrs. Brown—Did everybody in your
society have to contribute to that fundi
Mrs. Malaprop—Ol no, it was made
up altogether of vulnerable contribu
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any
ease of Catarrh that can not bo cured by Hall’»
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Prop«., Toledo. O.
We the undersigned, have known F.J. Cheney
for the past 15 year®. and believe him perfectly
honorable in all busin ss transactions and fin
ancial w able to carry out any obligaUoiu mftd i
by their firm.
W«rr A T rvax .
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
W alking , K imnan A M arti «,
V»nolesale Drug-ists, Toledo. O.
Hall’«Catarrh Cure is tr.ken.ntrrnally. acting
directly on the blood and m. corn surfaces ot
the system. Pri e 75c per bo’ll«. bo*d by at
drugrists. Testimonials free.
Hall’s Family Pills rz th* best.
A little salt added to an egg cools it,
and the egg consequently beats into a
froth more quickly.
Menlo Park. San Mateo County, Cal.,
with its new buildings, newly furnished
and complete laboratories, beautiful sur
roundings and home influences, is one of
the best equipped schools tor the training
of boys and young men on the coast. It
is in charge of Dr. Ira G. Hoitt and is ac
credited at the universities. Send for cat
alog, Teuth year begins August 6, 1900.
He—I believe I’ll go to church with
you this morning, Clara. She—Indeed
you won’t; you’ve got your new suit,
and mine hasn’t come home yet.
Porcupine—“I’m little, but if you
tLink you can ait on me, you’d better
If yon would make time fly, give
your note payable in 90 days.
During the defense of Charleston, S.
C., in the war of the rebellion, the un
ion forces erected a rampart upon piles
driven into the deep mud of the swampy
land surrounding the fortification, and
upon the rampart placed a huge piece
of ordnance, which was used with
good effect in the attack upon Fort
The ordnance received the
name Swamp Angel from its peculiar
Beliefs grow in action, but doubts in
McCook Mnys Alaska I«
tilted to be h Woiideiful
Kum.ruw. Faaorabl» Features la Hnel'
!!••• NH u »U b U.
Bradstreet’s says: important cbatig-
is in trade and speculation are notably
lacktug tins week, but counter currents
jf demand tn various sections aud in
“Alaska is destined to be a wonderful dustries lend a rather more then usual
tniuiug country," says United States ly irregular appearance to the general
Consul McCook, at Dawson, tn a letter lituation. Among the notabla features
to the state department. The Tauaua calling for notice are the practical as
district, he says, is creating it stir ami surance of an immense corn crop by the
is dividing honors with the Kvokuk recent copious rains in the further
country. In the Tauaua regiou th« West, the continued cheerful reports
miners claim they can get 10 to 30 from the sections which have gathered
cents’ worth of pay dirt to the pan. and are now marketing a large wiuter
aud this tn summer digging, with ouly wheat crop, advices of continued im
two or three feet to bedrock, is equiva provement in tone to the Northwest,
lent to $1 a pan where one has to go with reports of renewals of earlier can-
25 feet to bedrock.
1 celled orders for fall goods, fairly sat
“The great necessity now in Alaska,” isfactory gaius in gross railway earn
says Consul McCook, “is good roads, ings, less weakness in prices of the
good camps and the prospecting of com country’s leading cereal products, based
paratively unknown sections.”
apparently on renewed buying for ex
Great dissatisfaction was expressed port, and rather tuore iuquiry for raw
at Dawson City this spring after the wool by manufacturers.
wash up, he says, by miners who I Unfavorable elements tn trade prob
woiked for men who had leased mining ably tiud their chief and greatest ex
claims from the owners. The lay men position in the iron and steel business.
sign contracts to work so many feet of That industry, if possible, seems more
the claim during the season, to receive depressed than at any time for three
60 |>er cent of the gold coming out of vears past, ami expectations that price
the claims, and the lessee agreeing that declines will be checked by the arrival
all men working the prwpetry will be of finished matter at a cost basis have
employed under a written contract by been disappointed, because this week
which they promise not to hold the steel bars have been sold in some in-
claim in any way liable for their wages. ! stances at 1 cent per pound, which is
It has turned out in hundreds of cases unquestionably below the basis of the
that the cost of working the claims has cost oi raw materials and uiauufact-
taken more than 50 per cent of the out ' ure.
put, the lessees’ share. Thus the men
Export business would undoubtedly
employed on the claims have been de i expand if ship room were available.
prived of their wages. Lay men on Among other metals tin is locally low
rich claims, says Consul McCook, cau er, on freer airivals, after touching the
do very well, but the majority of the highest price in 20 years.
claims cannot l>e worked on tins basis j
Wheat, including flour shipments, for
at the current rate of wages.
' the week, aggregate 2,363,743 bushels,
E. C. Senkel, gold commissioner of against 3,029,381 bushels last week.
Yukon territory, has information that
Business failures are smaller, num
Canada is to introduce radical reforms bering 183 in the United States, as
in the Klondike. The royalty system compared with 202 last week.
is to be done away with altogether and
a government assay office is to be estab
PACIFIC COAST TRADE.
lished at Dawson aud a compulsory fee
of 3 per cent charged for assaying gold
Onions, new, 1 l*c.
and exchanging for drafts. The 3 per
Lettuce, hot house, $1 per crate.
cent must be paid on all gold taken front
Potatoes, new. 80c.
the country, whether the government
Beets, per sack, 85c(?$l.
assay office be patronized oi not.
Turnips, per sack, 75c.
Lucky Queen Hill.
Carrots, per sack, $1.00
A rich strike has just been made by
Parsnips, per sack, 50<¿75c.
Corliss & Rush, on Lucky Queen hili,
Cauliflower, native, 75c.
about 10 miles front Giant’s Pass, Or.
Cucumbers—40 (3 50c.
It is on the Double Eagle claim, which
Cabbage, native and
was purchased last year for a very low |firstname.lastname@example.org per 100 pounds.
figure. The sttike is in the nature of
a very rich seam, one to two inches
Butter—Creamery, 28c; Eastern 22c;
thick, with a body of qnartz on either dairy, 15(318c; ranch, 15(sl7c pouud.
tide. The gold is all through the
seam, which is easily pounded up, and
runs f 10 to if 15 to the pan.
14 (3’* 5c;
Reviewing the Geiu Mine.
Hay—Puget Sound timothy, $11.00
The Gem mine, near Sparta, Eastern
Oregon, now owned jby Portland capi @12.00; choice Eastern Washington
talists who purchased the property sev timothy, $16.00.
Corn—Whole, $23.00; cracked, $25;
eral months ago, has shown exceeding
ly rich ore, acording to Manager N.J. feed meal, $25.
Barley—Rolled or ground, per ton,
Jenkins. A depth of 460 feet has been
attained and levels are Being run 450, $20.
Flour—ratent, per barrel, $3.50;
850 and 300 feet in depth. An uprise
from the 450 to the 350-foot level is blended straights, $3.25; California,
being driven for air. A contract has $3.25; buckwheat flour, $6.00; gra-
been let to sink a prospect shaft 300 feet ham, per barrel, $3.00; whole wheat
south of all previous workings. As flour, $3.00; rye flour, $email@example.com.
Millstuffs—Bran, per ton, $12.00;
work progresses, large ore bodies are
per ton, $14.00.
being exposed, and there is ore enough
Feed—Chopped feel, $19.00 per ton;
in eight for a 10-stamp mill for years
to come. The old Gyn was worked 30 middlings, per ton, $20; oil cake meal,
years ago by Captain Ainsworth and per ton, $30.00.
Fresh Meats—Choice dressed I>eel
Captain E. M. White, but was aban
price 7 He; cows, 7c; mutton
doned by them. The wealth of the
mine was little known, as recent de 7Ji; pork, 8c; trimmed, 9c; veal, 9(3
velopments show. The property now He.
Hams—Large, 13c; small, IS**;
bids fail to be a great producer.
breakfast bacon, 12c; dry salt »Ides.
Electric Line for Republic.
A petition is before the council of
Republic, Wash., togrant the Republic
55 @ 56c;
Gold Mining Company a franchise for Valley, 56c; Bluestem, 59c per bushel.
the laying of track and the running of
Flour—Best grades, $3.20; graham,
steam, electric or horse cars through $2.60; superfine, $2.10 per barrel.
that city, the erecting of poles and the
Oats—Choice white, 35c; choice
transmission Joi electrictv for lighting gray, 33c per bushel.
purposes for the municipality and for
Barley—Feed barley, $14.00@ 15.00;
power. Should the franchise be grant brewing, $16.00 per ton.
ed, the tramway system will be built
Millstuffs—Bran, $12.50 ton; mid
first. The route for the tiamway has dlings, $19; shorts, $13; chop, $14 per
been surveyed. From this line, which ton.
will be about three miles long, branch
llay—Timothy, $10@ll; clover,$7@
lines will tun through the cross streets. 7.50; Oregon wild hay, $6@7 per ton.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 40@45c;
North west Notes,
Denny pheasants are becoming plen
Eggs—17Jic per dozen.
tiful in Rouge River valley.
Cheese—Oregon full cream, 13c;
Klamath Indians have sold 65 horses Young America, 14c; new cheese 10c
to a government buyer at prices from per pound.
$25 to $40 per head.
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, $3.00(3
A panther that bad been killing 3.50 per dozen; hens, $5.00; springs,
goats was shot last Sunday by William $firstname.lastname@example.org; geeee, $email@example.com forold;
$4.50(86.50; ducks, $3.00(84.00 per
Templeton, of Crown Point, Or.
turkeys, live, 16® 17c per
Fire is destroying much valuable
timber in the mountains west of Enter
Potatoes—40(250c per sack; sweets,
prise, Or. The fire started about a
2@2 Jic per pouu<i.
Vegetables—Beets, $1; turnips, 75c;
A Chinese vegetable peddler at Spo
'A young man who declines to be in kane cut off his queue to conivnce skep
dustrious, because bis father had been tical persons that he was not a Boxer,
industrious enough to accumulate a but a Christian.
fortune, condemns himself by suoh a
An exceptionally large fruit crop is
course to perpetual babyhood.
assured this season in the Rogue River
When a girl is trying to have things valley. One farm will yield from 50
really artistic and stylish her mother to 60 car loads of apples.
generally brings in some horrid old
Walla Walla’s outlook for a fruit
brown teapot which the girl wouldn’t fair is good. Its soliciting committee
have come on the table at any price.
got $1,000 from business men in three
hours, and promises of mnch more.
If you want people to think your are
Charlie Linn, a boy at Salt cieek,
smart don’t compel them to bint a sec
ond time for favors they want you to in Polk county, Or., has caught 163
digger squirrels with a steel trap since
last March. He gets 1 cent each for
Salmon have commenced to make
their appearance in the Wallowa river
below town, and soon Chief Joseph’s
gang of Indians will be here catching
and drying them for winter use.
per sack; garlic, 7c per pound; cab
bage, l)ic per pound; parsnips, $1;
onions, lJic per pound; carrots, $1.
Hops—2® 8c per pound.
Wool—Valley, 15® 16c per pound;
Eastern Oregon, 15® 16c; mohair, 23
Mutton—Gross, liest sheep, wethen
•nd ewes, SJ^c; dressed mutton, 7®
7Jic per pound; lambs, 5Jic.
Hogs—Gross, choice heavy, $5.00;
light and feeders, $4.50; dressed,
$o.00®6.50 per 100 pounds.
Beef—Gross, top steers, $4.00(34.50;
cows, $3.50® 4.00; dressed beef, 6Ji@
7 Jic per pouud.
Veal—Large, 6)i@7jic; small, 8®
8Jic per pound.
Ban FranciNca Market.
Wool—Spring—Nevada, 18(315c P«
pound; Eastern Oregon, 10® 15c; Val
“My wife bed pimple, on her face, but
ley, 18®20c; Northern, 10 ® 12c.
she has o*en laklug CÁSCAKKTS and they
11® 13o pet
have all diaapymred. I had been ueubled
wiib constipation for some Um. but altar tak
ing tne flrat Cascarsi I bar. bad no troubla
The creamery at Chehalis, Wash.,
Rutter—Fancy creamery 22@22j^c;
with thia aliment. We cannot apeak too high
turned out 10,000 [oaunds of butter do seconds, 21® 21c; fancy dairy,
ly ot Cascarela "
Falb W àìtsi ».
»70S Ganaaatowa Ava. Philadelphia, Fa
and 500 pounds of cheese during June. 19c; do seconds, 16®18c per pound.
The Bee-Nugget estimates that with
17c; fancy ranch,
the Toledo, Browning, Centralia and
smaller creameries in operation Lewis
Millstuffs — Middlings, $17.00 ®
county’s diary product will reach $75,-
20.00; bran, $12.50(313.50.
000 to $80,000 per year.
Hay—Wheat $6.50® 10; wheat and
John Bennett, a logger, was fatally
injured in North River valley recently, oat $6.00®9.50; best barley $5.00(3
by being hit in the back of the head 7.00; alfalfa, $5.00(36.00 per ton;
with a grab iron, which was pulled straw, 25 @ 40c per bale.
Pleasant. Palatale. Patent. Tast* Oea». Da
Potatoes—Early Rose, 60(375c; Ore
flood. Nevar Bichan. Weaaea. or Gripe. Ms. Bs. Ms out of a log and struck with great force.
He died the day after the accident.
gon Burbanks, 80c@90; river Bur
... CURB CONSTIPATION. ...
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The Sunset Te’ephone Company’s banks, 85®65c; new. 70c®$1.25.
failure to reach a settlement of the
Citrus Fruit—Oranges, Valencia,
strike of its employes, with consequent $2.75(88.25; Mexican limes, $4.00®
poor service to patrons, has led many 5.00; California lemons 75c®$1.50;
business houses at Seattle to order their do choice $1.75® 2.00 per box.
phones removed ami to employ bicycle
Tropical Fruits—Bananas, $1.50®
messengers. Resolutions adopted indi 2.50 per bunch; pineapples, noni
cate that the business men are not Inal; Persian dates,
plsassd with the company’s course, but
side with the girls who are out.
SORROW OF ANIMALS.
“I’ll tell you how It
went back to stay «or »"’l’*’
•miff, but It wasn't the ohl
was reanx! up In. Wl'h 1 " ■' rtf. ,u
EVIDENCE THAT THEY MOURN railroad Junction no im>re u
miles from the ole ranch K •
SINCERELY ANO FAITHFULLY.
railroad Junction Amt "
they've gut r.im-hes all over tlm ri ng
1 utferinga aa l«olunant aa Three of nowadays, every four ml e w *0'
Human Beluga Grief Over the IH’ath tell you what, enp n. the alt a"
of Their Whelp Toachiuflla Hhowu
m Llou anti Lloiica*.
Edgar Qnlnet In bls Journal tells how
one day lie went with the naturalist,
Geofflol De St. Illllare. to the Jiil’dlu
des Plantes: "In one of the cages were
a lion and a lioness together. 1 hey
were stumliug up, quite motluuless. and
set-med not even to see us. Presently
the llou, liftlug up his great paw. plated
It slowly and softly on the forehead of
the lioness, and both coutluued lu the
same attitude as long as we reinaluetl
before them. What was intended by
the gesture? A painter who should
have desired to represent calm grief
aud the deepest compassion could not
nave invented iiuythlng more striking.
'What does It menu?’ said I to tieoffrol.
Their llou whelp died this morning,
replied he. Then 1 understood what I
«aw: Pity, go<sl will, sympathy all
these sentiments might lie read lu those
The following interesting account Is
extracted from James Forbea’ “Orien
tal Memories:" "One of a shooting par
ty. under a banyan tree, kill«««! a female
monkey, and carried It to his teut.
which was soon surrounded by forty or
fifty of the tribe, who made a great
noise, and s«>emed disposed lo attack
their aggressor. They retreated when
he presented ills fow llng-plcee. tlie
dreadful effect of which they had wit
nessed, and appeared perfectly to un
derstand. The head of the troop, how
ever. stood his ground, chattering furi
ously; the sportsman w ho. perhaps, felt
some little degris« of compunction for
having killed one of the family, did not
like to fire at the creatures, and noth
Ing short of tiring would suitlee to drive 1
him off. At length he came to the door i
of the teut. and finding threats of uo
avail. Is'gan a lamentable moaning, and j
by the most expressive gestures seemed
to beg for the dead body. It was given
him; he took It sorrowfully In his arms
and bore it away to his expecting com
panions. They who were witnesses of i
this scene resolved never again to lire
at one of the monkey race.”
But perhaps the most liupresalve and
extraordinary ease that has yet come
before us Is that of poor Norman’s dog
In the Isle of Skye. Here It Is. as told
a year or two ago In the Inverness
Courier, one of the most reliable papers
“A circumstance has Just occurred at
Portree. Isle of Skye, which may be
added to the many chapters recording
the fidelity and attachment of dogs to
their masters. A rumor spread through
the town one morning that on the pre
vioiis night the dogs had torn open the
grave of a young man who had died of
fever, and was interred some weeks
previously. It transpired, however, that
the case was not so revolting. When
the young man was burled Ills dog fol
lowed the funeral to the church yard
and was with difficulty removed. It re
turned again and again to the spot, and.
unobserved, bad dug Into the grave un
til It reached the coffin. The dog had
gnawed through the coffin when the
fact was discovered, but the txxly of his
dead master was untouched; and there
the faithful animal was found, eagerly
looking into the grave. 'I doubt,’ says
the correspondent, ’If there be on rec
ord a more striking Instance of canine
attachment; for you must bear In mind
that four or five weeks had elapsed
since the Interment, and the church
yard Is six miles from the house where
poor Norman's father lives.' ”
An Incident Is told of a pair of swans
who had been inseparable companions
for three years, during which time they
had reared three broods of cygnets; last
autumn the male bird was killed, and
since that time the female has sep
arated herself from all society with her
own species.—Cassell's Magazine.
Th* Fils»» •» Tblufl*.
“Rflfl, th* *h«riff la a*l**p,” said th*
’ L*tu*)uiiip fruui th*
••No, w* cannot Jump now.” objoct
ed th* >»•■"11'1 convlflt
"Th* »rain is
u«t yet running Ö0 mil** au hour ”
lina shows lhat *vau th* criminal
claase* read th* new*pa|>ar*, ami bava
*n idea of the propriety ol coulormiiig
down there no morn.
-Is that ixisslble? But. Hrtdg r
«thhl't you like the grnxl thing, to •»«
iYv to reali«*
realising it ever i
they have «low n then ?’
fully soothing ai
“thxxl things to eat! " t»>- *
on tlm heart.
didn't hav.’ a brlled grU«ly !>«* '
hull time I was there. -»«
la the Ileal Me,II* lite M«*ney Can ||„,
Whlte gra|s*a, aspuingua tlpa *ll(|
I ngllah waluuta, wllli whlppeii cnatu
ilicsaing, inako a unici ami «lumia
W*>> 1*1 I» F*i»l I’hla Year.
Thia la ill» rvirut ile* Isleo of on* of th*
aocu-lira of III» world, and while Ihi-re ar*
f»w peepl<> »ho h»li»v» Ibi» predi* lion,
there are ihouaaiid» of other» » ho not only
l«lle*e, but know that lloaniler'a ........ 1-
a. h liniera »dl cine <lvs|>ei<el*. india«»
....... * ,uixi i pan* ni or liver ami kidney nuu
1,1. * A trial will «’mainly i-onvim».
AVheu reeeutly asked to write In n
certalu lady's album the Trim’«- «f
\Val<** playfully decllne«l. saying
little while ng*' I speut uearly an hour
*>n*’ evening writing ver»e» In several
iilmim«* 1 flVM mn«!e up a v«-i—• »••
badly put together that only n royal
prince, or a duke at the tw*t, eould have
hail the shame to write meh stuff Now,
ma-laui, w hat tlo you thlu . happened to
my verse»? AViTI, they were all s«>hl at
a go*»! stiff prh'e a wivk later to pro
viil* fumls to support the Sm’lety for
th«« Restoration of the Stuarts. Per
haps. Duly---- and the Prince laugh
e«l heartily. "If I write In your album,
you will sell the b*mk to provide fumls
for th«1 alxilltion of the monarchy In
A dlseliargixl soldier, lately return*-*!
from the Philippines, tells a tale of a
shirt which Is t«x> g*xx! to be lost. Ills
company was returning from a long
and tiresome si-outlng trip, In which
most of the men had part«»! with the
greater part of their wearing apparel,
when he saw- on a clothes-line lu the
grounds of a residence adjoining a l>lg
stone churi’h two very gm»! shirt»,
hung out to dry. As lie had at the time
only halt a shirt to hla back, lie pro
ceded to help ldm»«‘lt to a whole one.
Whereupon n woman came out of the
house and said to him. In passable Eng
llsli: “You will pny for that on tbejudg
nient day." "Madam," he replle«!, "If
you give such long credit, I will take
both shirts," which he proceeded to do.
Irth'l«« known Io m«dl< al m lrm r ar®
pirpatbiK llt»o»i a A m na parli I a lr.v»ry
hi|(te<ll«nC I" varrlithy
ally •latitili*»!, ami ulily th* bmt f«*laiiia<|
It h pt*par«»l by a < «»nibhialhin. pio|Hirk
tlou and prt»<-*«« ¡ m » iillar tu itarir an4
known Io no oth*r nirtlh liie. ami l»y * hh ti
l hr full mrilh'hml iM>w*r of all Ingrathaitii
iitrtl in iflHUit ‘1 1« t lirra * h*n a < uia tg
poNalbh* tiri unir llootl'w, I mm iiinr
A recruit for the British army »•
takeu to bn »worn lu r.xcntly by
swimmingly till the magistrate a»k<
the man. ’’Hav<* you ever
pr!sou?" At this the man look- d star
¡led. but. quickly .'.covering himself,
he blurt.»! out. "No. sir. I have nei.r
I.,..n In Jail, but 1 limi t mlml doing a
few «lays If you think It ne.essary
A singer mum’,I Gordon «'me ••"''
plaine«! to llamlel of the style of bls
neeompiinltm’Uts. which attracted the
attention from the singer, «u.vng t ut
If he did not aceomimuy him la tter m
would Jump upon the harpslchonl ami
.leatroy It. "Very veil." »aid llamlel.
"tall mi« veu you vlll do dut ami 1 '■
a«l»ertl»e It- Mor«1 people *lll come to
see you Jump dan to hear yell »lug
1» is said by thus« who know Cell
Rhodes, the South Afrleau magnate,
that he Inis. In common with l.oril
Kitchener, a stroug aversion to tlm op
po»lte sex. While oil a visit to l.omhm
beforo tlie commencement of tin’ war
lie dIued nt the house of u very wealthy
Indy of title, aud Inter, when he wa»
«llaeussliig the affair w ith hla
»<•* ,« r»*
tary, the lutter asked: "Ami whom «lid
you take to dinner?" “Uli. I don t
kuow. Sollie laidy Somelshl). ' was tlm
reply. "But what did you cull her?"
... - ..... I .»
I ani aure rt»«*’a Cure for Cmiaiimntb,*
«a»ed my HI» l Ore» yesrs ago Ma« Iti-.*
Itoimis». M»pie riireel. Nomi* h, N, y
F»li. 17, II»»'
A si i ha 111 il loti forctlnger wss almws
bv a Kovnlgals-rg dootor at a »urgli*|
oongress lu llerlln. Ile hai! cut off
Ilio |*all«nt* sci’oinl ton alni aowed li tu
Ih» atuuip of tho inlaslng tinger,
Potato salad is much more aavory it l'rlmary imbuì followed, ami tlm uuw
mixed with the salad drossing while tinger o*ml*l Is* nioved by ita owner.
Mothera will limi Mia Wliisbm'a H.x.th.
In» Hvrup III» l>»»l remetly |<* u»s ( >r litri,
<'At»ii*»88 Kihll i’ill«.
¿hililreu «lurlng ih» leethlng ¡xriixl.
* >nci’ he« rvilr- 4 the iilll
(radiant. mr.li< atr«| lablrt hila tlie n«*«t ol the
hour < a*, atat» t autly Cathartic. lhu«flaU,
Ilk’, ’JAC, OUV.____________
lhcre I* moro ii«*'*l of common seri»«
111 cullnarv seleni n than I» ordinarli/
aup|»iaed, for »* canno» liectiui* a
•‘And now. chlhlicu,” said the atroiig |s**iplo inentally unlesa our phys-
teacher, who had Ixwa talking alaiul leal txrluga are wcll uouriaimd.
military lortlticatious, "can auy of you
Mmister—Now, little girl, you «vani
tell me wliat Is a buttress?” "Please,
ma’am,” cried little Willie, snapping lo la* a l ìirlatian, <l*>u‘t you? Etimi—
No »ir, l’<! rallmr stng 111 tho cbolr.
bis flugcra, ’’it’« » nanny goall"
The recent fad (or perfumed beds bus
giiimsl great popularity. The |>«r(uiii-
mg IS managed bv spreading a cotton
jiad, tliori'uglil.v »»< heted. beneath the
lower sheet. By this one's bod nail be
niaile to seem stuff««! with roses or
“So there," »«ml Mrs. Ilenpevk, con
cluding her remarks, ” ’A word to tho
wise is sutllcieu».’ ”
dear," replhxl llenpnck, "and to tho
av«ragn married tuan a word tn c«lg«.
wise 1» sufficient.”
"Gracious! That's a disreputable
baiklUg umbrella you are earr.iug.”
"Yes; if I »cro Markey I'd la>u»hamo«l
to own such a thing.” "Ol It'* his,
eh?" ‘’Yes. I b irruwed it from him
about a year ago.”
"No. ho hasn't proposed
»ighml Geuuiieie. W* »ugg,-sle-l that
tlm fellow doubt I«»» knew wlmu he »as
well off. ‘‘No, I suspect the trouble
la lie dix’au't know when I’m well off,
tin, way pupa 1» plunging iuto pork!”
said the Is'Hulitul girl, with u sad
■mil». Ah, love was Indeed a grout
( The lamous
Girla miiployed in th« cre|*a inanufac-
turo are under a curlnu* Ooutract no»
t*> engagé In any hou*ew<>rk aflor their
hoiits of laboff.
ihe r«a»**n la le»t their
ballila aìiould trmiine «xraran ami uniti-
teil for thè delicato naturo ut their «in-
"How la II that Crimper did not
hum u penny last your, anil uow h<* la
a»acae«*d ou $25.1X10 woi th of pnqs-rt)?"
"Noun of Illa ,laughters hud to prepare
for graduation thia summer.”
M*gt»*ll<* t lihturlur.
Whit«» thorn I« any irmi ot tru« man«
lilir«« in tho mill of IliMIl, hn muat frvl
ihr iiiNgUwtlO MttrMvtloii of ihn < bara«'»
l«-r of Jr » um . But let that Iron inviai
Ix» nateli out by tho corr»>cllt>tf achla of
worLUlu«*«, or runted out l>y th* aln
of ('art»!*** writ Indulgent *, and thera
will I m * a powar of rr«|w>l>va lu the pour
rlay of maii'a oomplatad rarthlnm«.
'Ihnrvfor* It la that f 'hilkt tak«w the
hammer and the fire that we may !e
rid of th«» rlay, not rohl»ed of tho irou.
and, putting Ilia own power Inn*,
would inako ua ill our inranuro inagurU
WHICH rr.RM < >K\I I Y l>r.H I no Y M
..CHICKEN LICE AND VERMIN..
fW“Onr application is all that is required. It lasts for years. If
your dealer cannot supply you, write for circulars and information to the
following distributing agents: Perfection Pile Preserving Co., Seattle,
Wash.; Fisher, Thorsen & Co., Portland, Oregon.; Whittier, Coburn &
Co., San Francisco, Cal.
DON’T LET YO'JR HARVEST SFA5ON FIND YOU WIT HOUT A
A charge of watch robbery was pre
ferred before the late 81r James Ing
hnrn by a gentleman against uu Indi
vhlunl who hail traveled In the same
carriage with him from Bournemouth,
but In the eml It was found that the
watch hn<l not lx>en stolen, but Ixul
REWARDS ARE ADEQUATE.
been loft home by the prosecutor. To
Made *>f the BrU Matrrtalx, thnrougnly araaoned, by competent woekmen. It «tai
mollify the Innocent rnnn. Sir James
The Public Is Both Just and Generous
an equal. Call on our Agent, or addreu
to Faithful b'ervant*.
rence. To show, however, how liable
STUDEBAKER BROS. MANUFACTURING CO,
The compensations of political life
we nil are to make these mlstHk**». I
320-338 East Morrison Street, Portland, Oregon
are not a matter of wages, profits and
was under the Impression when I left
bookkeeping, says ex-Senator Ingalls.
my house nt Kensington this morning
They are not measured by Income or that I put my watch (which, I may
per centum. It must lx- admitted that mention. Is an excedlngly valuable
there are vicissitudes and misfits, but onei In my p«x’k«t, but nrrlvlng nt this
?alamltles attend all enterprises. Those court I found that I must have left It
who fall outnumber those who succeed. nt home by mistake." While business
Are the beat that can be made.
One is taken and the other left. Pop was pnxerellng nn old thief nt the hack
i» or can br superior to a Mitchell Wagon,
ularity and public favor sometimes of the court went out. Jump«-«] Into n
because it is made of the best materia! -
seem capricious and tickle. The Idol of Imnsotn cab. drove off to sir Jnmes
by experienced workmen which, cou
yesterday Is execrated to-morrow. The Ingham's residence, and. by represent
pled with 65 years’ experience in building
constituency of Aristides still survives, Ing himself ns a iHina flde messenger,
and Nemesis yet waits to resent aud obtained [xissesslon of tho watch
wagons, during which time th* manu
facturers have had but on* aim, and that
which has never been hear*! of since.
Princes are not uniformly grateful,
(o produce the best ptsubl* to build, is a
and the demands upon the time and
guaranteeof quality. If you buy a Mitchell Wagon, you jet tlie best that can be
An Indication of the (.'lilnese charac
strength of the public servant are not
AGEN TS EVERYWHERE.- If none in your vicinit «, we will sell to you direct.
always considerate. The lamentation ter can be luferrts! from the nature of
Send for circular.
of Wolsey has not lost Ils pathetic sig their proverbs. A few of them are ns
nificance, aud the Injunction to throw follows: "If the blind lea*! the blind
away ambition yet falls on wounded they will both go to the pit;” "An ohl
ami weary souls. But the rewards of uinn marrying a young wife Is like a
public life are far In excess of Its bur withered willow sprouting;" "A wife
Branches at Spokane, Seattle Salem, McMinnville,
dens. The people are not always slow should excel In four things, virtue,
Medford and La flrande.
to anger, but In the end they are both speech, deportment and mssliework;”
Mention ibis payee.
Just and generous to those who serve “Every day cannot tie a Feast of Lan
them with fidelity.
terns;" "Would you look at the charac
They honor cotirnge, Independent ter of a Prince, look nt his Minister, or
Dayton's Fly Klller
thought, manhood and truth, anil an the disposition of a man, observe bls
quick to forgive errors that proceed companion, or that of a father, mark
from an Intrepid spirit. The Ingratl bls son;” “The higher a rat creep* up a
tilde of republics Is a stale proverb,— cow’s born the narrower he llnds It ”
Sat unlay Evening Post.
“Let us get drunk to-day while we have fhl.l!4 •7 O<>O Wurth of driiiinf with It iBRt year.
wine; the sorrows of to morrow may be If ■ rifle
borne by to morrow."
An Epicure of the Frontier.
Jim Bridger, the famous Rocky
A Ban’clona Bull Fight.
Mountain scout, at one stage of |,|H
Here'« a Proposition
At a recent bull fight In Barcelona the u/j.'.'Jr1’
to «uppune that * firm of
career thought lie hud enough of fron
ONg FOR A GOBI. Cure Sin»
</ 1 J
•’'<<• <oul<l tel I you the bent way pápela, IlcfiHH a I’liupira, l’urffy th* lllood. A 1*11J»
tier life and decided to return to the audience came to the conclusion that
intau n.i"i’' '•l"* I‘»r your mon*rT If von arw llou, f rayent RIIfouRiiRa«. l>.»not.Urfp«orHI< »nD.
“effete East"—which to him meant
1.“ « XL!"»,’roV'
yo«r huiWL.or build, «•on* Inc* y ». a v*||| ui all oarn p n fra*! full
flit. . I««"
no inHftcr how «rm II or I hik « UOSA N KO CO., rsilM.lrsl». l’a. H .1*1 IJ Pru««l«‘»
Missouri. Not long after lie luid <|ult lighters were cowards, whereupon a flxt.irl?
tiT*.? “h ,OM” »»<1 th • Irrtrlcal or VAa
bls ranch (hiptiiln Russell, the com numlxT Jumped Into the ring am! drove I will mmv '.
iHBiilfl fitriiftiir*, ftc., you
mandant of the army post where Jim the animals Into their pens, while the M r2. 5
used to trade his fill’s and game for
cartridges between scouting Jobs, was happened to leave conveniently.
hard working women
surprised to Hie the old man ambling
New Bridge over the Nt. Lawi« ,,, ,.
''"I, k l>'"1 I*t>"snsnt relief
The new steel bridge across the xt
“Why, Bridger! We thought you
Lawrence River nt Quebec w ill |M. 4
had settled down East with your home
f«s-t long and 150 feet above the river I Moores Revealed
Remedy JOHN POOLR, I’ obti ,* i »*,,
C*I| glxe you th* beat bargain» I"
“Cap’n," snld Bridger, “I want to
tiiai'blnery, anginas, boilers, tank*. I’"11 £ J
now niLT’" U*7
take to scouting again.”
I r Ixjttle at your diuggim’ii,
•t»»l I X L windmill, .ol«l by hit"- l* “
“Why, what was the matter?
When some women Invite their kin to
Wouldn't they have you back on the visit them, It im-ans that they are go
X. F. N. U
ing on a trip, and want the klu to keep
“No, cap's, th*"* ain't it,” suld the old bouse while tb«y are gone.
jWiacsaj*. twecuUn, «U1« aUo* im.
MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAVER CO.
DR. SUNN’Suv« PILLS