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TOE CAPITAL JPHBim
I'UllMrJliKll lUitY, K.XOKlT MUMMY,
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
I'lMtUfflce Woe Comtnrc)l Htreet,
HOP ER BROTHERS,
Dally, by carrier, pr month,.
Dally.br !. tr Jr,.
WMRiy, pagca, per yr,
SMU'i BKP Y.
Tim uaverppljr of tbe emperor o
Blaui iojpjft threat of war of the French
government nai glveu that heathen
moua'rch the weight of moral senti
ment of the whole civilized world, Hl
reply JUTHie bullying ultimatum of
France! wa? mobt'L'hrlatlan ludeed.
It In very plain that an overreaching
spirit even toward ArUtlp eopIo la as
much out of date at cannibalism or
piracy and Francs will bo- forced to re
treat from her position or fiuht an ud
justified war. Ruht, and a skilful pen
in 81am has wl lp,d the boastful
French ironclads in one round.
TlIK BINKIXO SITUATION.
The financial statistic quoted in The
JoOBNAf. the other day applied to mer
cantile failures. Since January nearli
200 national banks have closed theli
doors against lead than 60 in the saint
period last yar. or the failures tlite
yeir, five have been United 8lates de
The Kentucky National bank, Louis
ville, Ky which closed lta doore Satur
day, had, by the last report, received
$330,000 in United Htales funds. The
government, however, will not lose any
thing by these failures, for each nation
al bank that is a uovernmeut depository
has to deposit United States bonds to
tbe amount of the government money
It Is allowed to carry.
There have been no actual losses to
depositors lu national banks on tbe
ooast reported to date. Id the Geryals,
Newberg, Lebanon and other private
bank failures. A Daub near Macleay
lost a life' savings; reported at $12,000,
In lleld's bank at Portland. Some day
private bankers will be obliged to put
up security for deposits. And why
A. TYl'lUAL FIQUKKUKAD.
The vice president of the United
States is a typical figurehead. The of
fice Is a figurehead aud the man Is em
inently fitted to the place. It was not
expected that Stephenson would an
swer the burning, pointed words of
Penoyer that Imputed treason to the
party on part of tho administration.
Hut It was pitiful to see him writhe
before tbe impact of tho governor's
quotation from the Democratic plat
form. Meaulngless as that platform
was, Oregon's Executive had selected
tho vital phrase that branded Cleve
land aud his followers with lack of
good faith toward the people upon an
Issue that is so vital It cannot bo put
down. The running raatoofCIevelaud
trembled at a shadow at Salem.
Tho American people Iovo a man
who hns the courage to ex press an opln
Ion and who does not quail before a
proposition when It is put squarely at
Lira. Biepbenson Is a proper mau for
vloo president. He Is not expected to
have an opinion nor to share one if he
has with tho commou people.
Salem has a good name and reputa
tion everywhere even among neighbor,
You can go to Topolobampo
Petroopandooskl If you do not
There has been no olittiiice since last
November's election. There ought to
bo one soon.
A Salon) banker says that in six
montht there will be mouoy to loan
and It will go begging.
If our country's prosperity deuenda
on one man woaro pretty bad oil.
Suppose he should diot
Tho Monterey should turn her guns
on that word 'Topolobampo." Tneu
It might bu some use.
Drouth Is tatting the potato crop lu
Minnesota aud North Dakota. Life
without spuds would bo real bald
"X uoiri uiiuu siguiug for a papor
but tho trouble Is In getting rid of It."
You will have nonuoh trouble with the
Onk Cent Daily It stops promptly
A well kcowu bualtu-si man of Port
laud was asked yesterday "when times
would bo better," Ho answered:
"When MoKlnley la elected president
of tho United Blattn," Oregoulau.
Fuuny people (u Chicago. Tho
courts no eoa tier decided that they
oo Id keep Ilia world's fair open Sim
flays If they wanted to tlmu they close
1 Now they ur euclng them to fonSe
It to opn, I
In plflcoof travelling over tho cotin
try In special car and (tailing In presi
dential yachts the high official of our
government should bo at the post of
duty like tho ret of us, n I Hi their coals
oil, trying to do something to make the
coiiutry bulge with prosperity. That
Is what they always promise and turn
go to having a good time.
The Albany Democrat tells of a man
taking 325 trout tbo other afternoon In
a mountain stream oi imu county.
Such a person Is a hog. He Is a mur
derer lu the nnmo of sport. He could
have no porslble use for the fih. He
could not even carry tliem,awny.( His
family couiu ool use tuem. Aaozen
trout will make ameal Voir anyjprdln-
ary family, iio merely Kiuea me
speckled beauties for ttie-narue, of It.
A law. anouia oe passeu, w uiuho u a
Tho Portland Telegram Is reduced
one-third In size and is now a folio like
TjikJoUbnal. It maintains Its price
lit 65 cents a month. It has bad a piti
ful advertising patronage and Its form
er reputation &s evening edition of th
Oregonlan, has hampered It not a little.
It baa never been able to galu an out
side circulation nor the confidence of
the Democrats to any great extent. A
daily newspaper to live these times
must have an independent existence
and be able to live on Its merits as a
business enterprise. Tbe people have
no surnlua to support newspapers that
they do not need.
Mr. Hansen and wife of Salem were
the guests of Louis Peterson Sunday
Mrs. A. H. LaCrolx made a business
trip to tbe capital city Monday.
Miss Annls Dltter of Yakima, Wash
ington, is visiting her uncle, John A.
Norris Brown of Salem was In this
locality this week putting up binder,
which he sold lost spring.
Messrs. Bieeterer and Fultz of Jor
dan speut lost Sabbath in our midst.
Mies May Gehleu of Stayton is help
ing Mrs.LaUroix in the store this week
Miss Sylva LaCrolx left last Wednes
day for a two month's visit to her
grandma's near Mebama,
J. F. Hunt tnd family and his fath
er, G. W. Hunt, of Salem left Saturday
for tbe terminus of the O. P. railroad,
where they will spend two weeks in
the mountulns fishing aud hunting.
A large party of our young folks
spent the Sabbath at Sliver Creek
Falls. They all report a very pleasant
Charles Smith and sister Viola, at
tended the dunce Friday evening at
the resldenco of Wm. Small in tbe
mountains five milts east of Mebama,
They reported of having a splendid
Malarial fever and Its eflects quickly
give way to Uimmpus Liver Regula
tor. FROM MARION.
George Varf Burin and Mrs. P. W.
Van Burin aud children, went to tbe
coast last week, They expect to Le
gone two or three weeks.
D. Harvey and wife, of McPhersoti
county, Kansas, were visiting frieudx
here tho latter part of lust week, and
left on Monday morning. Mr. Harvey
was well pleased with Oregon, aud
may locate here lu tue near future,
J. M. Wlnslow left Monday morning,
for tho world's fair. He will remain In
the East for some time, and will teach
in KauBas next year.
The Subbuth school will have a pic
nic in some grove uear Marlon, next
Rev. J. P. Haywortu and wife,
stopped oil hero lust Saturday noon,
aud Mr. Haywortu preached a yry
practical sermon on Sunday morning
at the Friends cuurcb. They left Sun
day at 1 p. ru for balem. Their home
is lu Indiana.
Mr. Ellis, lato of Iowa, has rented
tho hotel, and is fitting It up In good
0""'e'". accommodate tho public
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oontolutd nearly all his clothing, aud
othor valuable urtlcles, to the amount
of about $75, by the firo here last week.
Mr. Wiseman suved most of his tools
aud material lu his shoo shop. The
prospect Is, that Mr, Lanoe will build
a now livery and feed stabln soon.
John Christopher has started his
bluder, having out some cheat anil oats
for Chris. Karlow, Mr. Farlaw has
some beardless barley that b'da fair to
tuako a good yield.
Russell, Gentry & Walker havo been
fltllug up their steam thresher and en
glue, lu order to commence threshing
as soon as the gram Is ready.
July 2 1.
. The well known strengthening rroperltraol
Irou, couibiued with ulber Wiuios sua mutt
perlroi urrvlue, are luuud In Cartel's Iron
"i, which strengthens tbe nerve ana body,
There la no one article lu the Itaeofniedl.
cIiik thai glvra ao targe teturu lor Iho
auvhai Carter ommt wKUu..d UmmJouo
Tlioae nnhappy panona wboauRer trsm nr
Oluutulul nypiMi ibuuta Carta '
l.lUaNtrvtti'ttik, vrbtolt are uuderxiirly
far tltepke, ueouiu, dyipepUO iUlTorwr.
" Evory Doso Helps Mo
"When I take Hood's Sampirllby and Z
think It the best medicine lor the blood.
My ilx-year-old boy had norc on his feet,
caused by VOiHOn MY: They became
i o large and painful he could not wear his
shoei. A weelc aftor I began giving him
Hood's Barsaparilla tho sores beean to heat
and when he had taken two bottles he was
cured." Mbs. C. 1L Tiixs, So. Gibson, 7a.
HOOD'S PlLL8 ' purely vecsUbU, and
4a not purge, pain or crlpe. Try box. He
World's Fair, Chicago.
Olmnet Arenas and 2Uth 8tret.
Flreproofi Ml ruoroj; near Fair
flreunda: bath on everr floor.
, American aoo i-.uropean pi
; n oar. tir-ciua la
Wheat harvest has commenced.
No vacant houses In this town.
The picnic tho 21st given by tho K.
P. Iy8 In Mr. Wolfer's groye was a
grand success. Bro. Eddy, of Pendle
ton, was the chief orator.
Two new residents in Hubbard, Mr,
Whitman and slBter, and Mr. Jones
and family of Portland,
D. H. Wolfer and family were out to
Needy last riunday.
J. N. Ferguson of Balem, was In town
James Riley, of Needy, was doing
our town lost Saturduy.
M. E. Bain, editor of Three Sisters,
of Barlow, took in tbe K. P. picnic.
Mr. Wright, the Insurauoe agent of
Salem, was in these parts lost week.
Q. W. Whitney Is kept busy setting
J. A. Pooler and wife, Mrs. Reed,
Mrs. Clark, of Salem, and Mrs J.
Scriber, of La Grande, came out from
Mr, Campbell, of Salem, spent Sun
day at Mr. Davenports.
Miss Kate Pooler Is quite ill.
Dr. Hlbbard. Mr. Harding, Mr. Gra
ham, of Portland, and Miss Scriber, of
Salem, spent Sunday with friends and
relatives, in this vicinity.
Percy Brown, of Sllverton, was up
Some of tbo boys seemingly have
forgotten that the game law is not yet
The C. E. gives an Ice cream social
The firing In honor of vice presi
dent Stevenson, was clearly heard here.
-2JP A MILD PHYSIC
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
a mo!mDt of the boweli each day, U naacasarr
tor hMlth. ThM piiu opply what to item
o. to mak.lt retol.r Cur. iteadaoh. biKbten
" I and el.ar U,Conpt.alon b.tur tbaa
tatuatu. Tb.r aot inlldl,. n.lth.rp. nor
'!h,. tf.ff pUU ?" Z oavtnoiVoV onh.lr
a.rltaw null aamplMrrM, or rail boi two Bold
iTarywbtr. Soaaaka HedTol, yauadalpaia. j
Sold by Baskett &. Van Slype.
Smith Premier Typewriter.
Hold oa eaay payment.
W. I. STALEY, Agent, Salem.
Il.NjUUUHEE.Qaa'Uroiit, 101 Third
Cnrtlaad. Bend for catalogue.
In ralalec a family oT ulna ehtldrn. aay oalr
raraMr 1r Oouaha. Cold, asd Group h ootun
SMia aao. K aur rraadabUdraa taka Or.
imn'Oalonrnp,whlcb lalr4T enrmj
and aura luil la la Uata, Bold ranrwh.n
Larf bout M .aula. TaVa as tabauiuta far It.
Bold by Baskett A Van Blype.
3Irs. O. IT. Titus
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JOaiCNLrAVlSTWDAY, JULY 20, IbX?
nins,tje Btory of Ihe SmnUtr, the Tolia
tonlttnd the rrclly lgr Itoliter.
'Aancaf as I can calculate," remarked
Major fJhorautr n. veteran smoker, as bo
lighted ft big, black cigar and sotllwl
iilmMlf- bacfe In an t&y cboJr, "I bare
lust Mc,apHl an, error that would bnro
resulted in an increase of about $-7)0 a
year Iff my personal expenses. It was
this wayi This morning I dropped In to
crder a few hundred fresli cigars irotn
tbo dealer who had been supplying me
with tliis (amo brand for five years. Af t
rr booking my order tho amiablo tobac
conist brought from bis desk and handed
to mo ft neat little leather case, remark
ing that bo wanted to present me with a
littlo gift. Upon opening it I found that
it contained a beautiful meerschaum
cigar holder. My first impulse was to
express the admiration which I actn.-.lly
felt and to thank him for his great kind
ness. The next instant, however, I had
regained control of myself and was safe.
Handing tho case back to tbe dealer, I
told him how ranch I appreciated his
generosity and how beautiful the gift
was, but that he must really excuse me
for declining it I told him in confidence
that I was possessed of a strange, unrea
soning superstition of all articles made
of meerschaum; that they had always
seemed to bring mo bad luck and busi
ness disaster, and that I begged him not
to tldnk me churlish in refusing to ac
cept this one.
"Ho took my story good naturedly,
laughed at my superstitions, and I came
away fully confident that I had not an
gered or wounded him. I was particu
larly anxious to avoid hurting his feel
ings; hence my plain and fancy lying.
"The plain truth is that I declined his
gift because tbe acceptance of it would
have been so expensive. Give a man a
handsome pipe or cigar holder of meer
schaum, and he immediately sets out to
color it. His smoking increases enor
mously, and his outlay for tobacco or
cigars moves in the same direction. He
can't help it The idea in his head is
that this particular pipe or cigar holder
is somewhat tho finest thing of tho kind
ever mado and that it is his duty to
color it up to the artistic hue. In the
average case the smoker will consume
twice as much tobacco as he did before,
but iu many instances tho increase will be
threefold or more. The tin oker may not
notice it at first, the meerschaum habit
Is so seductive in its progress, bnt if
be buys his own cigars and keeps track
of his personal expenditures ho will dis
cover it at the end of the month and be
amazed at it.
"If I bad accepted tho friendly tobac
conist's pretty cigar holder, it would
havo resulted for some time at least
In my smoking about twice as much as I
usually do, for, liko other meerschaum
cranks, I should havo felt bound to color
tho thing. That would havo meant an
increase of 100 per cent in my cigar bill,
which is something liko $500 a year. The
meerschaum craze is a mild type of in
sanity. I have tried it and know all
about it. The tobacconist who wants
to present yon with a fancy pipe or cigar
bolder has designs on your nerves aud
your wallet. Ho may bo the nicest sort
of fellow, but doesn't tho knowing sa
loonist placo a dish of caviare and an
other of pretzels on tho free lunch coun
ter to excite thirst among his patrons?
And does tho crafty tobacconist scatter
meerschaum cigar holders among his
customers merely to benefit their health?"
New York Herald.
"My dear," said Mr. Foster as ho
glanced over the pilo of letters by his
plato at breakfast, "I have a little sur
prise for you."
Tho entire family became instantly at
tentive. "You know," continued tho
smiling man, "of Finnyfire-Harbor-on-the-Sound.
It is a beautiful cool spot
no mosquitoes bathing, boating and
general happiness. I quote from the ad
vertisement of tho Cuttlefish Villa, which
caught my oyo tho other day. The pro
prietor, my love, advertised special rates
for children, and I forthwith wrote to
him. Hero is tho answer," holding aloft
an envelope, "and if favorablo wo will
all go down"
"Tomorrow," suggested half a dozen
fresh young voices. "
"Wait, my dears," said their mother
calmly, yet truly delighted.
Mr. Foster opened tho letter and read:
" 'Replying to your favor of tho 17th
inst, I would say that our regular rates
for adults uro fa to $4 per day"'
"Rather expensive," interpolated Mrs.
Foster, "but with reductions for the
" And,'" continued Mr. Foster, slowly
reading," 'special rates for children' "
"Ah-h," hummed- tho seven listeners,
scarcely able to restrain their impatience.
" 'Special rates for children,' " repeat
ed Mr. Foster severely; " '$3 a day extra
each.' " Harper's Bazar.
A SururUed Frenchman.
M. Francisque Sarcey passes for a
rather severe critic, but he has a soft
spot in him. Ho has been completely
captivated by the charms of the English
ladles ho sees at the French plays atDru
ry Lane. Tho sight of a "Misa Anglaiso"
weepiug over tho death of Mllo. Bartet,
(lain, to the accompaniment of moet cor
rect Alexandriuea by the inexorable M.
Mounet-Sully, touches him deeply. Eng
lish ladies, ho thinks, must be very ten
der hearted, and many of them, he is in
a position to ntfinn, Bravery pretty and
tery stylish. In Franco, he says, the
English woman is always represented as
being stiff and ungainly, with a coarse
face, and a staring dress. If this type
ever existed, he Bays, it must have disap
peared, for not pno. is to bo seen nowa
days. On tho contrary, these Englisi.
women, ho thinksi look very ploasing.
They are dressed with taste, and their
manncra are exquisito. M, SUrcoy may
rest assured that tho conventional Eng
lish, womau of .French Jdeas never dbl re
eeuiblo tbo real urudo any more than ha
himself retetcblea the convefiou4l
Frenchman whom, we are accoaomed
still ioaeefrointiiaiaia tbaarvn tkur.
Tim fclueellftn of Chef.
In Europo n rtmn who begin as n
Kttlllon may remain a scullion forever,
for all hi effort washing Klatocs till
Ibero Is so little sign of Mirth npon.
them that Ihpy tnltht have fallen from
heaven and making salad lurl m treo
from soil m if they grow in air, tin
less he pay a lib -ral tributo lu inonrj
to tho cook just abovo him, and wlicu
b has lenrneO.nll that man knows, pays
another and a larger sum to that tnnn
superior, and so on through tho whole
round, till nothing remains to bnrn, an
bo has sjient far more than his wnge
and something like that which a lllra
But when ho fins reached that point he
has mastered nil points; bu knows jier
fectly how to cut, curve, trus, lard,
roast, boil, bnkei fry, broil, and knows,
moreover, nil about sauces, eouis, pas
tries sweets and fancy dlshei. He ex
pects to practice no one of these branches
himself with his own hands; he hns, so
to say, understudies in them all, or
representatives; ho himself is like the
reader of tho score and the director of a
grand orchestra. Nor is this all ho must
know; usually ho has made himself able
to speak French, German, Spanish and
English; bo has some knowledge of the
arts; he is n chemist, a modeler, a color
ist, more or less of an artist, a designer,
a man of taste, and necessarily of more
or less reading.
Ho must know something of natural
history, the wagons of game, the product
of far countries, tho state of the markets
aud must be acquainted with the events
of the day, to which he isfteu obliged
to adapt the names of his dishes. He
must be an economist, too, allowing no
waste by his subordinates, and in order
to do this ho must know the exact
amounts required in everything, and
then he imibt know all that can be done
with sugar and ice and the whole story
of wines. Harper's Bazar.
To the Credit or an Outcaat.
It was ouo of those hot days when even
the mercury rises in wrath and tries to
escape. A very much dilapidated gen
tleman leaned in a bewildered sort of
way against an electric light pole in
Bowdoin square, and a blind man would
have known that he was badly jagged..
He seemed proud of it, too, for he sung
little snatches of popular ballads to the
hurrying throng, who momentarily ex
pected the arrival of a patrolman and
the dilapidated gentleman's removal to
After a few minutes a man drove a
dripping horse up to the walk, alighted
and sought liquid refreshments in a
neighboring hostelry. The drunken man
looked up and saw the horso shaking his
bead and exhibiting signs of uneasiness.
In a twinkling he seemed to realize the
cause, and to the consternation of by
standers and with considerable incon
venience for himself he mado his way
along the shaft until by a superhuman
effort ho released the cruelly tight hog
He laughed in a maudlin fashion as he
made his way along the horse's side, and
taking the big brown head in his hands
he patted and smoothed the forelock and
talked baby talk to the beast.
Such a man, in the condition he wag
in, would not bo allowed to pray on the
steps of a Boston church, and doubtless
his police record is as long as his nrm,
but when the recording angel closed up
his page that night and struck the bal
ance he certainly contrasted it favor
ably with that of many another man
who, in passing the drunkard, had
thought that he should be clapped into
the patrol wagon and exiled for a month.
After Dinner Speaker. Btuit lie Horn.
No man can hammer or drill himself
into a good after dinner speaker. It is
possible that a member of parliament,
for example, may begin by being a very
bad political speaker and may train him
self by unwearied diligence, uncon
quered perseverance, immortal Belf con
ceit and at the expense of his audience
to bo a really powerful parliamentary
debater. We all know the stories about
tho first attempt of Sheridan and Dis
raeli, and in later days an example will
occur to us of a public man no longer in
the modest representative chamber who
began by being tho worst speaker the
house of commons had ever heard, and
who worked on to bo a very telling and
But nothing of this kind can bo done
by the after dinner speaker. If ho is
not born for tho work, it would be utter
ly in vain his trying to outrage nature
and force himself upon an unwilling
after dinner public. Nobody cares for
argument in an after dinner speech. No
body wants to bo instructed or even in
formed. Nobody wants to havo a moral
pointed unless it bo Indeed by a pencil
tipped with light. You cannot say of tho
after dinner speaker as you might of any
other orator, "Well, I tldnk his manner
was bad and his language was poor, bnt
you must admit that it was a marvelous
piece of argument" No one wants even
n marvelous piece of argument from an
aftor dinuer speaker. It would bo as
well to expect sermons from a skirt
dancer. London News.
The Caar'a Opinion of an Official.
The czar studies carefully all docu
ments put before him and is in tho hab
it of making marginal notes of his de
cisions and views. These annotations
are carefully treasured in the imperial
archives, where, they aro accessible to
tho functionaries whom they may con
cern. Recently, in the margin of there
port of a prominent official, tho czar
wrote, "What an assr
The individual thus characterized by
his august master was in despair and
begged tho secretary of state, Polovtaeff,
to bring the matter before his majesty,
"May it please your majesty," began
PoloTtseff, "to strike out thesa words
here, 'What an assr so that they may not
forever bo on record in tho archivea,"
"Oht" Alexander IH interrunted. lanirh.
tngly, "I quite forgot tho archives," And
ho took up a pen, ran through tho words,
"What an ar and wrota iaaiaad,
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Composed of dining cars unsurpassed,
Pullman drawing room sleepers
;of latest equipment
Beat that can be constructed and In which
acoommodatlena are both tree and tur
nlahed for holders of first and second-class
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
A.contlnnoca line eoasertlnr with all
line, aflordlnf dlreet aa4 uninterrupted
Pullman alt erp vtsMrraiiona can be ae
cured In advice Uno-ii any acent of
Throngh UekeU to and from all point
In America, England and Europe can be
purchased at any ticket orace of this com.
ITull Information 1 coneerninr rate, time
on 6?Dlicallan to any ax en tor
4 , , . A. D. CHARLTON.
AaaUlant General Passenger Agent Ko,
WISCOSiN CENTRAL UNES.
(Ntrthffli Pactfc R. 8. Co., Iusm.)
Two Through Trains Daily.
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s Tickets sold and hanage checked throuxl
to all points In tbe United HUtea and Canada
Clone Connection made 1st Chlcaura with all
. fWraUtsUBraaaUon apply to your bmtuI
UafesHtMter J, o. rsii.
i ttoaraaauoa apjdjr to your ntarMt I
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Can povlbly exht in a food tlut ha
been lie t l to more than Ji2 l-jlirefi.
licit, liv , pnrltlc of the
GILBOBDEH E16LE BRAND
Condensed Milk Is sterilized by this
enormous heatnnd is therefore a perfectly
healthy food. Thousands of children are
annually reared on it and in times of con
tagious diseases it is safe, healthy and
nourishing. For 30 years it has stood
First. Buy it and take no substitute.
Your Grocer and Druggist sell it,
S3 SHOE Ncft'Wrp.
Do pa war tlam? Wbea aaxt la nttd try a pair,
Best In the world.
IfjMvaatafns DRESS SHOE, nails Intkutnl
itytef, doa't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3 JO, $4.00 er
$5 Shea. Tbty fit equal to cnttam mads and lockand
vtir u will., If yon wish to economize In your footweuj
in to by purchasing W. L Douglas Shots. Nam tad
price stamped on tha bottom, look for It when yoo buy
W.ImDOBOLAB, Brockton, Mass. SoUbj
A New Remedy
A trus Specific positire and permanent eliminUMO
of all poiioii from the blood, and a restoration of hulur
riser to the units u o0ered to suStrm for the fint ua
in a remojjf which has been undergoing the most (tret
private experiments for the pat three rears. It hii
yet failed, and it will not fail, is K U a True Speeljc
forJSrplulitic poison and all blood diseases. Do r"".1
bereuf Send for full particulars and proof tree. Sto
filing your system with mercury and other pouont
Thisretnedy will cur you in 30 to 00 days withoutftil.
We sjrtuumatee a cure or refund tne moss.
MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO., '
V7f ytnrt. Street POKTXAXP, OB.
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WKh Kleotro-Masnetlo SUSPCNSORTs
Latest Patellar He. t lBrrcsaeats 1
trm enro wMboot mollein all Vf.itii Ktoltuyr pf
OTertaiatio oc brMo nerra forces t txctmetotloo
enUoa. sa twrroua debUlsy. aleeplessnats, Uartmr,
fbenniathm. kldner. IrrerTaad budder eomrUU
bmasack. tentasjo. tolatVa, all femato eontpULttia,
SLSLr1'. . etSTltdB eleetrtoBelt eoaWU
warhl lainnwrit e-rer all other. Correal W
toJtaaU fjaiW wearar or we forfeit ,000.. a4
ttlmr.aUof the abore disease or no par. tko
saads ban been oared by this marreloai InmOo
JwU other remedies tJuS andri i?ra BadrtOl
XltlBDsUh U this and arery other s&ta. ...
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TMtea boon arer off.red weak wl ntis
Ta. lTarira4trr.rKTtJLAr OKI..
The LINE That
PORTLAND ?;3405 J;:;
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Hours th uickcst to chfca0 ar
ITflDW Quaker to Omaha and Kan
m" sas City.
Pullman and Tourut Slet pert, free Tub
ing Chair Cars, Dln.ng Cars.
Vor rat aad canei-al lnfonuaticn call
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