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I. ivlde'l Mallee
suoh a reoord for ab
solutely curing famala Illa
kidnoy troubles as
Lydia E. Pinkham's
Modloines that are ad
vertised to oure every
thing oannot bo specif los
Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegatable Compound will
not oure every kind of Ill
ness that may afflict men,
woman and children, but
proof la monumental that
It will and does oure all
tho Illa peculiar to women.
This Is a fact Indisput
able and can be verified
by more than a million
If you are sick don't ex
periment, take tho medi
cine that has the record
of the largest number of
Lydia E Pinkham Mad Co., Lvnn. Masa»
In Philadelphia a young woman who
played ghost gave up the ghost from
the blow of a brick. Which seems to
argue that it may be safer to rock a
DON'T GET FOOTSOKE. GET
A powder. At this eea«on your feet feel
swollen, nervous and uncomfortable. It
you have smarting feet or tight shoes, try
Allen's Foot-Ease. It rest.« ar-<i uomfori*« .
makes walking easy. Cures swollen ana
pweating feet. bh<ter< and callous »pots
Relieves corns and bunions of ail pain and
i*» a certain cure for Chilblains. Sweating,
Damp or Fro.-ted Feet. We have over 30.-
000 teetinionials. Don’t get tootsore get
Foot-Ease. 'Fry it todn>. Sold by all
druggists and shoe stores for 25c. Trial
package F rkk . i Address,
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’ ’ _ _ 1* 8. Olui-
sted. te Roy. N. Y.
A German scientist says the world
weighs 11,913,000,000.000,000 pounds.
This is a ton or two more than we
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Hoi sea are »aid to be afflicted with
hay fever the same as human beings.
As bar fever is said to attack only be
ings of superior intelligence, this must
be looked upon as a tribute to what ir
called horse sense.
TberateBora Catarrh In this seetfon of th«
eountry lhaa al! other d>r«««ea put to<«ther,
and until the laat few year« war supposed to be
Incurable. For a treat many year, d-w-tor» pro
nounced it a local disease, and prescribed local
remeClM, and by constantly railinr to enrw
with local treatment, pronounced it Incurable.
Defence has proven catarrh to be aconrtitu-
tionrl disease, and therefore requires constitu
tional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, man
ufactured Ly F. J. Cheney Co , Toledo, Ohio,
la th« only constitutional cure on the market.
It ia taken Internally in do-es from 10 drops to
a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood
and mucous surface« of tho system. They offer
one hundred dollars for any case it falls to
cure, fiend for circular« and testimonials. Ad-
F J. < H KNEY * CO.. Toledo, O.
Bold by Dni«ists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
The ground for strawlierriee should b<
■elected a year in advance. It should
be planted to some crop that requires
liberal manuring and frequent hoeing,
so as to destroy all weeds. It is grass
and weeds that cause strawberry beds
to become worthless after the first
yqar, aud after the rows are matted
there is no wav to get rid of weeds in
the rows except to pull them Out l>r
If the ground is kept clep
the previous year but few weeds wii
"Emerson Beaconstreet, making mud
pies in your finest attire?” "What
matters that, nurse? There should be
no complaint until I will make mud
pies upon my finest attire.”
There i» no poison so highly contagious,
to deceptive and »o deatructive. Don't be
too sure you art cured because all external
signs of the disease have disappeared, and
the doctor »ays you are well. Many per
sons have been dosed with Mercury and
Potash for months or years, and pro-
Bounced cured — to realize when too late
that the disease was only covered up —
driven from the
Ulr« Begete Uke, surface to break
out again, and to their sorrow and mortifi
cation find those nearest and dearest to
them have been infected by thia loath
some disease, for no other poison is so
surely transmitted from parent to child
as this Often a bad case of Rheumatism,
Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin disease,
an old sore or ulcer developing in middle
life, can be traced to blood poison con-
life, for it remains smoldering Is the sys
tem forever, unless properly-treated ar 1
driven out in the beginning. S. S. S. is
the oulv antidote for this peculiar virus,
the only remedy known that can over
come it and drive it out of the blood, and
R does this so thoroughly and effectually
that there ia never a return of the disease
io embarrass or humiliate you afterwards
cures Contagious Blood
Poison in any and all
slagti; contains no
mineral to break down
Wm your constitution ; it
purely vegetable and the only blood puri
fier known that cleanses the blood and
at the same time builds up the genera]
Our little book on contagious blow’
Csiao-i is the moot complete and inatru
re ever issued; it not only tells a
about this disease, but also how to cur,
** at ’ * home. It is free and should
be in the hands of everyone seeking I •
Send for it
THS SWIFT IPICIFIC CO.. ATLANTA SA.
Not Vet ®erlou»ljr ASe«i«4
Bradstreet a says: Despite
regularity both as to demand and
prices, due partly to warm rainy
weather, but likewise a rertectiuu ol a
hesitancy to embark largely iu new
business, peudiug political events, the
general tone ol trade is a favorable one.
and confidence as to the outlook for
busiuess in the remainder of the year
is notable. Soins diminution iu the
volume of jobbing business is uoted at
large Western centers, aud continued
rainy weather in the Northwest alike
cheeked the movement of wheat to mar
ket. injures the grade of the same, aud
discourages retail and jobbing distri
bution. Ten ceut cotton is the key to
the very favorable report which cornea
from the South aud the character of re
ports from this section is more nearly
favorable than for many years past at
The indisposition to contract heavily
as to the future is perha;«e most marked
In the iron and steel trade aud here,
also, the most marked tendency toward
weakuess iu tin cruder forms of pro
duction is noted.
The industrial outlook has been im
proved bv the signing of the tiuplate
scale, but the anthracite coal situation
is, on the surface at least, rather more
unlavorahle than a week ago. more
mines and miners being idle aud pro
duction steadily diminishing.
Special strength is noted in provis
ions aud hog products, in which th*
very strong statistical position is re
ceiving more attention.
Wheat, including flour, shipments
for the week, aggregate -1,459,187 bush
els, against 4,242,810 bushels last
Business failures in the United States
for the week numbered 177, as agaius'
169 last week.
NEW YORK'S WATER
Fiauraa that Will Alaska
1 hair t uoi uious rise.
Iu 1*82 th« storage capacity from Cin
to u dam (Urotou lake aud reservoir),
the usiural ]>uud» of the system, aud
the old reservoirs was O.XO.iW.OUl.) gal
ions. Crotou lake holding Iu reserve
but half a billiou of this.
Now four uew reservoirs. Sodoiu aud
Bob brook. Tillcus. Cannel mid Ama
walk, hold for future needs at any hour
32.Utk».0i)0.000 gallon» umre. The stor
age reservoir iu Ceuiral 1'ark Ims iu
rvaerve over a bllliou, and Itixiux sys
tem reservoirs S.OtM.ikkM*'»)
stored up. uot against a rainy day. but
agalusi a »ueeesslou of dry ones.
The uew Crotou dam. lhe Cornell
dam. as It Is otttelally called, w ill store
marvelously Iu addition. A stoue wall
2)H feet high closes one eud of a liar-
row valley. The water will come
against this aud baik up the valley,
submerging lowland after lowland iuto
one glgautle lake, Ingulfing old Crotou
lake, covering over the old dam.
All lhe rivers uf the Crotou system
will flow luto It. aud both the old mid
the uew aqueducts wlU l»e Its outlets.
It will “back water” up among the
hills alxteeu tulles from its dam. wip
ing out the sites of three old villages,
aud will increase the storage capacity
two thirds, bringing It to T«».tk m ».»»» h ». ih » q
gallon», adding Itself 30,l«Mt.HlS>.(kM>.
With these resources aud these great
ly Increased opportunities of storing up
a huge reserve of water against evil
times of drought. It may Is- mi occasiou
of surprise that the near future will
certaiuly m-etl additions ou a larger
scale than ever la-fore.
The explanation is to la- foil ml iu a
few Illuminative figures. The deiuauds
of New York for water have Increased
beyond all anticipation mid calculation.
In 1'< h » the city was using ltti>,Ulk),tMM)
a day; in the winter of 18UU-HMM) It
us«!, according to official records. 25>\-
(MMl.tmO gallons. The hour when New-
York will call for 30O.WO.<*M> gallous a
day Is near at hand: In fact. It Is said
it will be reached in a year or a little
Onions, new, 1 laC.
Lettuce, hot house, *1 ;>er crata.
Potatoes, new. *16.
Beets, per sack, 85c® *1.
Turnips, per sack, 76c.
HIS JUDGMENT WAS WRONG.
Beans, wax, 4c.
Hound that Tried to Whip All the
Carrots, per sack, *1.00
lio«. in the Neighborhood.
Parsnips, per sack, *1.25.
Sooner wns a w aif. or. more «»erect
Cauliflower, native, 76c.
ly speaking, a soldier of fortune. No
oue kuew Ills antecedents.
California, dragged himself into Hogarth's yard,
Cabbage, native and
2c per pounds.
one day. worn out and exhausted after
a long run on the trail of a buck. There1
Butter—Creamery, 26c; dairy, 16®
was no telling how far he had cotue. as
19c; ranch. 16c pound.
a fast hound will cover many miles In
a day. and keep It up for two or three
days. But be had driven the buck Into
Poultry—12c; dressed. 14c; spring,
the lake, and the Hogarth boys hail
I killed It; therefore they treated the dog
Hay—Puget Sound timothy, *12.00
® 13.00; choice Eastern Washington well, and as he liked the place he re
mained and became one of the house
Corn—Whole, *23.00; cracked, *25; hold,
I The time Sooner discovered he had
leed meal, *25.
Barley—Rolled or ground, per ton, lighting blood in bls veins marked an
epoch in his life. He overestimated his
Flour—Patent, per barrel, *3.50; ability, it is true, and suffered in con
blended straights, *3.26; California, sequence. A new settler moved into
*3.26; buckwheat flour, *6.00; gra that part of the couutry and estate
ham, per l>arrel. *3.00; wltole wheat llshed himself about six or seven miles
from Hogarth's. Regarding the size
flour, *8.25; rye flour, *3.80®4.00.
Millstuffs—Bran, per ton, *12.00; vf bis family, he was far behind Ho-
gartb. but when it came to dogs it was
shorts, per ton, *14.00.
Feed—Choppe-l feed, *19.00 per ton; -imply a walkaway.’ Several breeds
middlings, per ton, *20; oil cake meal, were represented in Ills collection, but
per ton, *30.00.
the “yaller dog" predominated.
Freah Meat»—Choice dresaed l>eef
Sooner undertook to clean out the
steers, price 7 Jtc; eows, 7c; mutton ’ -ntire crowd alone and uuaided.
7)4; pork, 8c; trimmed, 9c; veal, 9® was something of an undertaking, and
lie spent six out of seven days In the
small, 18^; hospital while the war was on.
breakfast I-aeon, 12c; dry salt sides.
“He doesn't seem to lie much of n
tighter." 1 remarked to Hogarth one
day when the aubject was under dis-
66® 56c; , - ussion.
"Ob. he kin fight all right,” Hogarth
Valley, 69c; Bluestem, 59c per bushel.
''it's his jedgtuent what's
Flour—Best grades, *3.10; graham,
Sooner'» a fust-rate tighter,
Oats—Choice white, 42c; choice I but he's a dern poor Jedge of ilorgs.”
He was game though, and stuck at
gray, 40c per bushel.
Barley—Feed latrley, *16.00® 15.50; It until tie had conquered each one of
the new dogs In turn, with the excep
brewing, *16.00 per ton.
Millstuffs—Bran, *14.50 ton; mid tion of a huge brlndle bulldog. With
dlings, *20; shorts, *16; chop, *16 per this dog he employed strategy.
bowed down tiefore him and addressed
Hay—Timothy, *12® 13; clover,*7® ! him with smooth words and made
7.50; Oregon wild hay, *6® 7 per ton. friends with him. and then one day lie
Butter—Fancy creamery, 45® 55c; enticed him over to his own home, and
all the dogs there pitched ou lhe brln
dle bull and half killed liiiu. Sooner
Eggs—20c per dozen.
Cheese—Oregon full cream, 13c; became more blase than ever after this
Yonng America. 14c; new cheese 10c achievement. It so plainly showed his
»uiM-rlority to all the rest of dog crea
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, *2.50® tion.
This fighting trait was unusual In a
3.50 per dozen; hens, *4.00; springs,
*2.00®3.00; geese, *6 00®8.00 doz; hound, for as a rule they are peaee-
ducks, *3.00®5.00 per dozen; turkeys, ibly inclined. It served to accentuate
live. 14c per pound.
the fad that Sooner was not like other
Potatoes—40®55c per sack; sweets, Jogs.
1 34 c per pounn.
A Memory of School Day..
Vegetables—Beets, *1; turnips i, 11;
per sack; garlic, 7c per pouud; cab- Sometimes a teller's mind goes on an es
capade that's wild
bag«, 2c per pound; parsuips, 86c;
And frisks back o'er the years when be
onions, *1; carrots, *1.
was nothin' mor'n a child;
Hope—New crop, 12.‘a® 14c pet
The days when with bis spellin' book
McGuffy drove one sick.
Wool—Valley, 15® 16c per pound; An' White gave bitter doses ill his third-
Eastern Oregon, 10® 13c; mohair, 26
When dusk and dew's a failin' and the
Mutton—Gross, l>est sheep, wether»
work that filled the day
an-1 ewee, 3 Sc; dreese-l mutton, 6>»® I'm restin' from. m.v memory jes' travels
back th»t way,
7c per pound.
Hogs—Grosz, choice heavy, *6.76; An' lingers longest with a viaion time
can ne'er destroy—
feeders, *6.00; dressed,
The freckle-fa red divinity I worshiped
*6.00®6.60 per 100 pounds.
when a boy.
Beef—Gross, top steers, *3.50®4.00;
cows, *3.00®3.60; dressed beef, 6®
Her fnce wsim pure, cnch feitnr*’ Htaiiiped
7c per pound.
with innocence, forsooth,
Veal—Large, 6,‘i®7Hc; »mall, 8® Au' yet t* ch II her pretty would
8‘»c per pound.
Rtretchin* of the truth;
Though I dreamed wli night full often of
flan Francisco Market.
her cheeku, Miin tanned and brown,
Wool—Spring—Nevada, ll@18cpe. Her starclied-stiff ping »iinbonnet aud
her ruffled gingham gown.
pound; Eastern Oregon, 10® 14c; Val
The little girls of these days never burr
ley, 16® 18c; Northern, 9® 10c.
such pansy eyes.
Hope—Crop, 1900, 12® 14c.
An' lips have lost the way t' frame «lieh
soft an' sweet replies
do seconds, 26®27z*»c; fancy dairy, As those I heard when rambling with, in
26c; do seconds, 23c per pound.
ranch. '¡lie freckled-faced divinity I worshiped
when a boy.
Millatnffa — Middlings, *18.00 ®
22.00; bran, *16.60® 16.60.
Hay—Wheat *8!» ® 125»; wheat and
oat *8.00® 10.10; best barley *0.00
alfalfa, *6.60® 7.60 per ton; straw,
26®37*(C per bale.
I plucked the first wild rowe* of tht
spring for her to spur,
An' helped to braid tho blONMOtllM of ths*
orchard in her huir;
J stood her knight an’ servitor through
boyboral days the spun
An' held her in my heart until l'il grow n
Potatoes—Early Rose, 80® 76c; Sa
to be a man!
linas Burbanks, 70c® *1.06: riier Bur But here’s a trine to memory, •Ince lati
the hour grows,
banks, 30®66c; uew, 75c®*1.26.
Valencia, Upstairs to bed I softly steal, to ilreHine
and sweet repose,
*2.76®8.26; Mexican limes, *4.00®
An' kiss my wife good-night, she who lias
6.00; California lemons 76c®*1.60;
been life's dearest joy,
do choice *1.76®2.OO per l>ox.
ITie freckle faced divinity I worshiped
ns a boy.
Tropical Fruits—Bananas, *1.60®
2.60 1 Iter bunch; pineapples, nom —Detroit Free Press.
Inal; l'ers ion dates,
Miui'n I li li it inn ti 11 y to num enable*
the policeman to draw hl» »alary.
In Taris there has receutly b
eueil a special osm.b-ry for dugs *>'
the dsceassd canines
HOW AN ENTERPRISING FARMER with as much pomp «ml bs
.. preteiiilous • hesil.t.’»« •<
STRUCK IT RICH.
„¿er. can affor-l. Along < «
I* halt «red by l)l««aa«, Kubwrl Whlfa.
While Knd«avuring to Cur« Hl ueolf»
Mad« a Ftiriuual» l>l»«u*«ry.
From tbs Democrat. tuibyvllte. tud.
Near Waldron, Ind., resides Mr.
Robert White, one of the best known
farmers ot the eoiumuuity. He is well
situated, and just now has had an uu-
usual share of good fortune.
In hia earlier days Mr. White was
strung and athletic, but uow while ou
the declining side of forty, hard work
and disease have made him a different
man, although today lie is in good
For a number of years he has be-n
troubled with rheumatism, catarrh of
the head aud stomach. Often* iu bad
weather his ailments would be aggra
vated aud he would be iu a serious con
When the grippe visited this section
seven years ago, Mr White was one of
those attacked by this fearful disease
a <1 was confined to Ilia bed for several
days. After recovering enough to sit
up for a few days, concluded he was
well enough to get out about his work.
He went out too soon. Most all pa
tients do that. He had a relapse aud
was confined to his bed for several
His old disorders became
greatly affected. Tho efforts of his
physician, who hud beeu attending
him all the time, proved unavailing.
The doctor was dismissed. Several oth
ers were tried but their treatment was
Mr. White doctored himself and used
many remedies said to lie good tor Ins
diseases, but be wus uot helped.
He went to Matisville and took the
baths, but they did him only tempor
ary gixvd. "It seemed impossible to
get telief,'* said he, "aud 1 did uot
know what to do.
’•At last 1 was persuaded to try Dr.
Williams’ I’ink Pills for Pale People,
au<l they cured me. 1 commenced
taking them last June, aud alter taking
five boxes, I was entirely cured. They
relieved me (nun all suffering. Ol
course 1 suffered from rheumatism
most, and 1 am now completely cured
of that. 1 had tried two catarrh spe
cialists, who were said to be good for
the trouble, and they each »aid my
case was incurable. Dr. William»'
Pink Pills for Pale People cleansed out
my system, purified my blood, and I
am now strong and well. These pills
relieved me of miserable suffering, and
my only regret is. that I did uot have
the good fortune to take them se\eu
years ago. 1 have recommended th«
medicine to a uumber aud the dealer
iu Waldron says be has a large demaud
It was nature's own remedy that ac
complished this cure caused by impure
blood, for Dr. Williams* Pink Pills for
Pale People are composed of vegetable
remedies that exert a powerful influ
ence in purifying and enriching th«
blood. Many diseases long suppose-1
by the medical profession to be incura
ble have succumbed to the potent influ
ence of there pills. This universal
remedy is sold by all druggists.
Ginger hik I It« T«r«.
In a hundred thousand farm houses
the essence of Jamaica ginger is regard
ed as on of the most valuable of family
medicines, it is still used with sugar
in the cold water furnished to haying
hands for drinking, it makes a whole
some beverage for any one in hot
l'ersotis of weak digestion will find
a few drops of the essence useful if
taken in water before bleak fast with
Ginger tea. made from the root, is of
service, like catnip tea or sage tea, to
produce pres|arration in colds, or to
stimulate the system after exposure.
It is more palatable than the decoc
tions of sage and catnip.
In toothaches a bit of root ginger
chewed slowly will remove the pain
and make one comfortable till a dentist
can be consulted
Nearly all the good effect, of alco
holic stimulants can l>e secured from
ginger. But the so-called ginger habit
has bi tie guarded against. So has thr
cayenne pepper habit
An Overwhelming Thought.
Onr sun is a third-rate min, situated
in the milky way, one of myriads ol
■tars, and the milky way is itself one
of myriads of sectional »tar accumula
tions, for these seein to l>e countless,
and to be spread over infiinity At
some period of their existence each of
these suns had planets circling around
it, which, after untold ages, are fit for
some sort of human lieing« to inhabit
them for a comparatively brief period,
after which they still continue for
years to circle arouud without atmo
sphere, vegetation or inhabitants, as
the moon does around our planet. There
is nothing so calculated to take the
conceit out of an individual who
thinks himself an important unit in the
universe as astronomy. It teaches that
we are less, compared with the uni
verse, than a colony of ants is to us,
and that the difference between men is
less than that between one ant and an
They who know God love Him, and
they who love Him learn to know Him
of ths cemetery grounds »
atone wall has been erecte. . »■•>' *'•
in the eutrance on either si-ls
house ol the concierge ami <*'•
Directly in front of oue entering
h»mli<oms marble monunieul.
relief In the .tone rvi>re.elits
hearing a cuild ou hi» back, am *
memoratee tne saving of a '•“ * *
lo.t in the .now ot I-«- I'emsr'l pas»
whom a St. Beruanl dog luuml am!
brought to a aate refuge.
Nothvre will find Mr«. VV>i>»l-’wf« 9«>lh-
lug Svrilp the tw-l r«ni«dy t->
f’'' *“ ’
childrvn during th» twilling pan«!.
Neither lltl» hl \ur Shlelaff-
Heine's wit was
forced luto the arvua to fig“» • “‘v
duel, he said:
"l lie field of honor is dirty I
This is w true that it 1» hanl to »»''•
erstaud why this popular bubble tbu«
deftly pricked did uot cullapse lor go>«l
The very latest is an alligator farm.
A Florida capitalist has purchased 300
acres of swamp land near Ban's Bridge
and will turn it into a breeding place
for the ugiy creatures. There is a
large mid increasing demand for alli
gator akin, and this man proposes to
supply that demand.
Nou« can fore»»« tbs outcome uf lhe quar the dyspeptic.
rel between foreign power» over llie dHte-
If estlng sparingly would cure dyl.
lou of China. Il
— liilsreellng to watch
the going to ple-ea of this race Matty pepsla, few would suffer from II lung
The only way to cure dysp<-p»
ami Bluiiiai h <11*
Im retained if W» which Is difficult digestion. Is to g
vigor and lone to the siomach am ihs
whole digestive system.
Iluml'. Har«ai>a«llla »wre.l th. ni„, ,,f
Frank Far. IOS N. Hl.. Houlh
wbu «riles that «he timl been ■ gr.-al «u»,,,,
from dy«p*p«ia tor «is year,, |lkl| u..,, ,
out .i-i-.iu. and h»-l been Irouble-I win...... „
• luuiarh .»-I heads--ha. Nhe had Irtal
other medtelnea In vein
Teo b»lil<, „•
insect a, su llev Theodors II. kh T. Sarsaparilla mod. h.r w«i|
Wood *<«vs iu hl. rr-enl book on the
subject, have fauiiliss of 40.000 chil Hood'» Sarsaparilla
dren for whom Illa is simply on. long Promises to cure and keeps the
or broken d timer lima. We ata all re promise.
Don't wait till you
garded by a mosquito simply in the
worse, but buy a buttle today
light of a full meal.
DON'T LET YOUR HARVEST SEASON FIND YOU WITHOUT A
tap. worm «Islile.w f..l Ions «1
I...I ,-aui. on lh. «-an. afiar u>> i.kii-» laa
i-as< ark rs lb:« i •>« ’ ">» '>*•
t-.-l ki-»lib tor I»« | m »» i
tekias Csm-.rr-i« ill. ouli c.iU.rli. aotiai «
oo U m by MoaU-la paopla "
.... „ ..
USO W Bowl *». Ual«4. M-as
Made of ths Bed Materials. thoroughly wisswJ, by coinprtent workmen. Il SinJ»
without an «qual. Call on our Agent, or addr«»
STUDEBAKER BROS. MANUFACTURING CO.
JJV JJA East Merriam Street, Portland, Oregon.
To maha the Heat or Thing«.
To make the best of things In the
rightwav is to let things make the best
of us. My next duty may be one I do
uot enjoy, but for conscience’ sake to
do it as though I enjoye<l it is to 1«
made a better man. Something th bl
is a great delight to mo kno< ka at my
door. To make the l>e»t ot it is not
only to enjoy it heartilv, but "heartily
as unto the Lord" who let me have it.
Theu by my joys I am made a belter
man. So with sorrow and disappoint
ments. They are not nieaut to disfig
ure, but to trau>tigure me. Live with
God, ami all things shall be Ills serv
ants, and work together for our good,
aud make the la-st of us.—-S. S. Times.
A bubble is bigger than a drop, but
it does no more to till lhe spnug, (or
bubbles are but drops <11.tended. Hub
bles of pride, bubbles of hypocrisy and
self-assertion, bubbles of outward sr.-til
ing uuhelped by iuward worth, »blue
on the sui face of the river of time, un
til God's linger touches them and they
are gone. It may be well for some of
us to pray that we may not 1« bubble,
on the stream, deluding otners by pre
tense of worth; but we need to pray
also that we may not lie bubble wor
shippers, caught by social pretense or
intellectual arrogance and forgetful ot
the limitations of human thought and
tne revialing touch of the huger of
llrrnth I I.»»««.
An offtntit«* Lr**aih 1« an histilt tn r >nr
friend« w In n it ran 1^ <4*01 klr, permatimtly
reinedh’d hy < a «tanta ’ and) < achante Drug-
guui, iUc, 2uC, jüc.
God is the Manter of the acene»; we
must not choose which part we .hall
act: it concern» u» only to l>e careful
that wn do it well, alwaya saving:
"If this plea»« God, ’et it 1« aa it is;”
au-l we who pray that God’s will may
be done on earth aa it is Him ven must
remember that the angels do whatso
ever is comiiiau-b-d them and go wher-
-ver they are sent and refuse no cir-
tinistaiicea; and if their employment
-o irnoe l by a higher degree, they sit
iowu in peace mid rejoice iu the event
Chinea« Com tn err In I Wrnlth.
The progress of China in tho last 60
years is well illuatratetd by the (act
that when the Yangste valley was
o|ieno-l, al»out that many year, ago,
*500,000 represented all that the Chi
nese could buy or w-11 to foreigners,
aud a few small veasels carried all the
freight and paasengers. Now all the
annual foreign trade of the Yangato la
valued at over *100,000,000, and a
larger fleet of ocean an-1 local craft ply
between Shanghai and Hankow than
on the Columbia, Missiaiippi and Hud-
won liver» combined.
The renewing of an old orchard In
the full should lie doue by plowing it
mid turning the soil under, followed
bv an application of 10 bushels of mr
slacked lime per acre.
A disk har
row may then be used, when a liberal
coaling of manure should Im given,
allowing it m remain on the surface of
the ground as a mulch. Owing to the
roots the plowing cannot be doue close
to th« tree».
»r« open Io two cUawi of penona. ( I The«« who writ« Will, »r« accurit«
in firurra. undrnland buokkrxptng, etc.
T’hoss who art »kilUd in
duxtrund »nd tvptwrUing. I‘«ruxw who art prultcirnt in both lints art h«i
trr off arilL Thty art always ctvtn ths prrfrrrncr. Wr ttaxh all thru
braochr», and many mort. Invrtligat« our work. It will pay. Call, or writ«.
Parte and Washington 8te
A. P. Arnulrong, LL. B., PrtncipaL
( lhe lantoui
J. A. Wraco, Prnnun and Sr. wlary
CHICKEN LICE AND VERMIN
*.8» One application is all that is required. It last* for years. If
your dealer cannot supply you, write for circular* and information to the
following distributing agents: Perfection Pile Preserving Co., Seattle,
Wash.; Fisher, Thorsen & Co., Portland, Oregon.; Whittier, Coburn ft
Co., San Francisco, Cal.
Of the fact that Miuing Stocka ara th« l-eat kind of fnv»«tm«bt?
We mean the bigh-grade kin-1 uf Stocks.
We rrcommrn-1 two (Rocks in particular—me a Dividen-I payer
ah-l lhe other a proepectiva Hivl-lrud Bayer.
Drop 11» a tine and we will give you ail the particulars, also I tally
Quotations ot Oregon Mining Stock Kzchange.
313 anti 310 Ohantbor of Oommeroe,
Eichung. National Bank. Colora lo Fp'inri
Colo.; .Merchants National Bank. Portland, Or.
>• Míala of
I* Fori h r« Rarh a Dlaea»«
Having drHnlta pathology The
<11 •«-»•* yields easily lo the
Hrsilbl« ( hlortrl« of Galli
Tr»Ntm«s| a« i-lmInlelered a(
Ihr Ka«lay Instituí«, 314 <Ji»i
• ir««*, Portland» Orrawn.
W rite us If you are In troublé.
HE KEELH CURE B
JOHN Pool.K. P obtlazi », Oaases,
rail ifiva you the ta.t l.argalna In ganersl
in»< liinery, englues, Inileni. tank., puuipa,
pi--»», tait» ami wInilin11la The n»w
•<"l I X I, wiiiilniill, aolil by him, ia un-
..AUSKY'S WINTER BARDEN..
NOTHINC BETTER MADE
Third ant VI«,,ritan Slraals
Vos sau’l make a ml«laks
c. A. ALISKY Prop.
Do not toll lo «lall
If you «•> •
Mitchell, heuiis & Sta ver Co.
It ia a curious and interesting coinci
dence that while the old confederate
cruiser Alabama was for a long time
known as “No. 290,’’ the new battle
ship Alabama was numbered “290’’ st
th« builder's yard before her name whs
decided u;sin, and without any thought
of the original.
Brown—1 can hit a good catiteloape
Jones—You can I Well, say,
do you do it—by phyriogoiny or
Ths Ikictor—Above all things, ma
dam your husliaud luusu t worry
I’srhape you'd better not »bow him my
bill just Bo»-
”llut I did. doctor, and II dldn I
And eating 11 simply perfunctory
make auy diffsreuoa.
Ha said lie
dona because It must be
knew he «lul-lu'l P»F »» anyway.
This Is lhe common complaint of
Wbal Will Beeeiwa ut Uhlaat
Qin, Brandy, Rum
A Very Bad Combine
1« that of
The secretary of the interior has is t »
sued an ordei withdrawing from entry i >
at the land office some SOU square miles
of territory in New Mexico. Tho land
contains many of the old ruins left by • >
ths cliff dwellsrs, and it ia the inten
tion to make a national park ont of it. '
A Very Bad Sprain
A Very Black Bruise
¡1 often b«ppen,t
but juai u of tea
It hill quarts |».00. Per «all-'n-1,1
PuKT AND HHkHllY.»! .ti.
Hom« Grown 80ml» to Bow Thia Fall
AI.L UHU» <»<»<>!»•
<”•••*•* Or«»« .«M-d., two of xrimt-
'"•««.".d'i1"''1"” lh" "<»«M •'"« »»••« trl.-l
Oriters for |2V on and npward •lell’'«’”"1
Illi >MI » I MUI Ml a. -as- ntorIG per 100.
OAT UBA»», l.’H! • |mr fiHsrssl Hailroa4 or iUiainsr tandn»S
or 8 io per loo.
< *»<*■ and Kes».
■atabilshed » Years
riiAMiaco. «■ i if
If CLAIMASTI GIK ^PRISION
IL Wrl • Is SAIHAH r* C. Iw
1 Jpl IÇ
|r HICXHlItli. W««hln(t»n. U C .
II «live -fill«-« replie«. H
2>Hh Corps. 1’roneculliis claim»
w. H. SMITH a co., hfhlt, l.rjup’i.
DROPSY I DR.ÛUNN’S^PILL?
St. Jacobs Oil
LOUIS CAHEN & SON
r-,« 7» '*••** F. I'»’ par h> or p«« loo.
)>«rtli-ul.r«, «.l.lra«« M. .1.
* * ” - *........ ... l-lal.-. grower,
an I Importer« all kinds of gra«« and Asldaaaila
ONt FOR A 0081. <**•*«*"Tli a
13 D Yb'Ti.LArMtkT FRU.
U tmo #i I'fmpiea,Purify
?< »»"• 1°
lilllouenft«». fmnotQrlp« rf um -D"?
K bvs mads Drop*y sod Its com lio», rrovRnt
r-m, will maliaamp • frseU111’®^DruffF*
plication*! t spioisiy for two my (Mylar*
■ OaANkoCO.. nii^eki«. ru » .!•»>■» 1>'«^.
yean with to« most wonderttn
»noct si. Has«oared many thous
K». 41- '»°*'-
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HBN welling la art.arll»»'* F1***
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