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Dressed Vest to to toe
Mv Chickens lac
tlli Market me
Addrcat all efclamente
FRANK U SMITH MEAT OO.
"I-lghUa the Beef Trust"
Lcaaoat from the Pal.
Macduft had amputated Macbeth's
"I didn't mind his talking to me as
If I were an old hen," explained Mac
duff; "but I couldn't stand hla hideous
profanity. Thero's already too much
ef It on the stage "
Feeling that he had done his duty,
be then took a layoff.
"Effle." aald Margie, who was labor
iously SDelllna words from a first road-
r, "how can X teft which Is a 'd' and
whloh Is a W
"Why," replied Effle, wisely, "the
M haa Its tummy on 1U back." Tit-
VaMmm wtn flnA Vh Wtnalow' Brtothlni
Brrnp th txit remedr to un for their cbUdrea
uriDf in miua jivriuu.
Mure Sugar Hcoadal,
The Grocer's WIfo AchI no, my
child, Ye cannot to de beach go In da
vlnter; but van de gustomera hara
went away, you may take your Iddla
pall und shoW and play mlt de granu-
lated aucar." Haroera Magazine.
Poor health can nearly
always be traced to a dig
ordered stomach, weak
kidneys, sluggish liver or
constipated Dowels. The
Bitters acts directly on
these organs, makingthem
strong and healthy. Try.it
- vwr r K.a.i
Tills sterling household remedy has
long been recognized as the beat and
lafctt Blood Purifier, the most success! ul
prescription for spring humors and such
Ilsordera of tho blood as bolls, pimples,
puttulee, blotches, soree and cutancoui
truptions. Kaapanlla la admitted to be
die best remedy for that lack of energy
md tho peculiar debility ao prevalent
luring the dose of winter and the opening
t anrlncr. for derangements of the di
rective organs it ie a natural corrective,
Jperatlng directly upon tho liver and all.
nemary cauat, Kenny uui imwiunj
itluiulatlntr a healthy activity. Iti
xneficlal influence extends,' however, tc
ivery portion of the ayttetu, aiding in the
sroceeeee of digestion and assimilation ol
food, nroniotinir a wholesome, natural
appetite, correcting sour stomach, bad
Breath, irregularities of the bowels, con
Hipatloa and the long list of troubles
ilrectly traceable to those unwholeaomt
Kaana rllla dltnela drowsl-
aese. headache, backache and despond
aacr iue to Inactivity of the liver,
kiiineva ana aiaeauve inu. it
Hrcngtbenlng tonic ef the highest value.
THE IttT SHIN! MEIICIRE
Boy? Ckxuicu, Co. Portland, Oregoa
NOW W TIME
9omw Ml ua
i waek la eu
M TiSaf 1
ten ReUar . Ba
aa.w a.HTfi Mm tatr'tlea ,(
Wise Dental Co.
C Gee Wo
The C. Uc Wt IMIciac Ct.
Ml Cat iM. VMiL Ail J
S FWWal ew t aw otvwms er otwhbj
a n. . uiu.li
go tn yean mo a well known Los-
don lollcltor, recently deceased, bug
eessfully defended a man charged with
burglary, and a few dayi later there
came by poet a valuable gold hunter
watch, with an Inscription to the effect
that it waa a gift from a certain Lon
don society, presumably of doubtful
practices. Years afterward the so
licitor had the watch stolen from nis
waistcoat pocket, but it came back to
him by post with a letter of apology,
stating that "we never rob one of our
pals." London Answers.
Come to moat people and cause many
troubles, pimples, boll nnd other
eruptions, besides loss of appetite, that
tired feeling, biliousness, Indigestion
The sooner you get rid of them the
better, and the way to get rid of them
and to build up the system is to take
The Spring Medicine par excellence
as shown by unequaied, radical ana
not it today In usual llauld form or
chocolated tablets known as Barsatabs,
The shade of the Ico baron had In
troduced himself to Charon on the
"Quite a roomy bit or water, wis
Btyx," he commented. "Never freerea
over, does ItT"
"Not so'a to interrcra wim naviga
tion," said Charon smilingly, "ana,
by tha way, that very fact gave we-
pngt0 the Idea for his favorite Joke."
"You dont say I What's the gagr
"Why. when a guest In hades com-
nlatna of tha scarcity of Ice tha old
boy explains that It's due to, tha un
precedented perversity of tha past
winter." Buffalo Tlmea.
Mavltiaar at niatlnatloa.
'There la not a particle of evidence,
vour honor." snld the attorney for tho
defense, "to show that my client was
within a dozen miles of the scene when
the crime waa committed
"1 be vour nardon." Interrupted me
other lawyer, "but his brother-in-law
testifies specifically that he saw him
"t know It." rejoined the defendant's
attorney, "but his testimony Isn't evl
Oa the Safe Side.
The Bible say, Take no thought
for tho future.'" ,
'That's all right In theory, but I ai
ways buy a return ticket whin I go t
the races." Houston Post.
Recant atatlstlcs of the dermas
army ahow that neuraaethenla Is thre
and a halt times aa prevalent among
the soldiers aa It was a dscade ago,
while hysteria cases are twice aa nu
"Why do you refuse ma an rater
flew, Mr. GotroxT I only wanted ta
ask you how you earned your Drat
"Excuse me, young man, i inougni
you wanted to know how I got my
it million." Louisville Courier-Jour
Omlaatoaa at Mlatory.
Tope Gregory had revised the calen
"The spelling needs reforming, too,"
he said, "but I'm afraid to tackle that"
Which showa what he missed by not
having Prof. Ilrander Matthews handy
I to brace him up and rive him courage.
"Caararettar certainly tne. Icar a friend
aa when the doctor waa treating him for cancer
ottheHom.ch. Tl3 neat tuoniiag paucd
four piece, of a tap worm. II Iheu got a toa
and in three daye be paeeed a lap 48 (Ml
a. It waa Mr. Malt frrck. of MlUerabuig,
IMuphlo Co., Pa. lam quit a worker for Caacn
reta. 1 un them toy)! and And them beneficial
for moat any dlaeea rauard ty inipur Dioua."
Clvaa. K. coudoa,lwieioa, r., (Miaua W
I'lcaunt, Palatable. Potent. Tut (UaL
Da CooJ. Never Ulcken. Weaken or Grip.
10c 36c bOe. Never kU In bulk. The van
uln tablet atamped C C C. Guaranteed to
cur or jour moner back.
Here Is an amusing extract taken
from a Siamese paper that has an
English column for foreign readers;
"8hootlng Outrage O Fearful Ago
ny.1 Khoon Tong waa a man of Lan
goon and on his return accidentally
shot at by some miscreant scoundrels
untimely deatn, on leanun ah men
expressed their mourn. The ccff-Tulce
dogs Is still at large." ,
pnnn rvrc- 1. un.Miul
QJlU U X CtJ. KCM U1I1BII1VU, IVU,
watery and swollen eyes, use PETT.
IT'S EYE SALVE. All druggists oi
Howard Bros., Butiaio, in. x.
Of course everybody knows the pop-
nlar black and whlta check oatternod
cloth "Bheppard'a plaid," hut ninety.
i nine people oi every ououreu Mtum
I . I. . ll . , t V. I - n . n t A mnm
. . I M Jt Ik.
connection with the pastoral personage
which la apparently Indicated. Indeed
tha description Is generally written er
roneously by tailors as "shepherd i
plaid." Sheppard waa the manufac
turer who Drat Introduced this fabric,
and he exhibited his Invention at
the great exhibition of 1851. London
Aycr's SartaptrilM w aot t
atroag driak. As mow Msdc,
then is sot drop of alcohol
la k. It Is a aoa-alcoaolte toaic
sad akrsilvc. Ask your owa
doctor abotit your takiaf this
Mcdiclat for thia, impure
blood. Follow his advice
every time. He kaows.
r Bvija. mb taMean.
W m aT VBWJMBge
W kaatah aleekel
Aak yaw dealer, "What la the Seat gfea
ntie ef keaMi?1' MIm daetara ewt
H vl ONkiry rartr, Keea Mm kavati
rafular." Tkca ax mm
eu tkimk ef Aver!
TO A DAWl.
Slight as thou art, thou nrt enough to hide,.
Like nil created thingssecrets from mo;$
And stand a barrier to eternity, Jv
And I, how can I pralso theo well and wldo
From whero I dwell upon tho hither side? ,
Thou llttlo veil for so great mystery,
Wen shall I penetrate all things and thee,-.
And then look back? For this I must ablde,
Till thou Bhalt grow nnd fold and be unfurled
Literally between mo nnd the world.
Then I ahall drink from In beneath a spring.
And from n poet's sldo shall rend his book.
O daisy mine, what will It be to look
For God's sldo oven of such a simple thing?
HIS LADY CLIENT
' Paul Latlmor spoke more as though
ho wero questioning himself than his
confidential clork. Ho stood looking
out of his omce window upon Lincoln's
Inn Fields, his gray eyebrows atornly
knit, .. . .
"Yes. air. It's fourteen years," naiu
tho clerk in a low voice, hla hand upon
the closed door. "You'll see him, won i
"I'll see him, of course, uuv
Tha lawver atODDCd abruptly, for
Juat then a carrlago and pair pulled
up at tho entrance, nnu a iace mu
r.rn of m. lovely girl of ono or two
and twenty appeared at the carriage
Latimer and hla clerk exchanged
"Tho young lady will bo coming Into
the office, elr. What had best bo done?"
"Go out to her," said uttimor. -ion
them to drlvo around tho squnro till
I'm at liberty. Don't lot her quit tho
carrlago on nny accolint. Thero'a no
knowing what might happen 11
"Lcavo that to mo, Blr," said mo el
derly clork, hurrying out, "I'll sco to
that." . ...
Lntlmcr sank Into tho chair at nis
desk. Tho day was closing in. a
young clerk camo In and lit tho desk
lamp and drew down the blinds.
And now tho lawyers iook grow
a e a tt..
graver, moro concentrator tor uioro
waa a stop on tho nlr. Presently tho
door opened, opened slowly, nnd a
wenry-looklng man camo siowiy into
"Whero'a my daughter?" said ne,
standing with his grasp upon tho back
of a chair.
'John Mnstcrson." aald he, in a tono
of renrlmand. "that'a a question which
It waa understood botween us, iour
teen ycafs ago, that you would never
aak. Your daughter regards you it
waa your wish then, It not now ro-
garda you as dead 1"
"Ah! And sho la a woman now,"
aid Masterson. "When when I waa
convicted, unjustly convicted, In that
forserv caao and sentonced to fourteen
years, Nora was nearly eight. Sho
would now be twonty-ono a woman
now. She Is beautiful, too, Isn't she?"
And he lookod keenly for continua
tion Into the lawyer's face.
"Yea" said Latlmor. "She la a
woman now, and very beautiful. And
tho lady of fortune, the lady who
adopted her when you wero sent 10
nrlson. Masterson has lately died und
left her property to Nora, and "
"An heiress? My daughter an noir-
ess?" said Masterson, rising quickly
from his chair. "Tnko me to hcrl I'm
destitute nearly atarvlng. Ia there
anything now to keep us apart?'
"Yea, thero'a a barrier."
"What Is Itr
"YourBolfl" aald Latimer. "Once
mako yourself known to your daugh
ter and the proporty, by a clause in mo
will, reverts to another."
"Nora shall not btf made penniless
through mo. No. I'll never uut
stay! What If my Innocence were
proven the stigma taken from my
"Ah. that might alter the caio," aald
"Help roe! cried Mosteraon. I had
no band In tho business. Qlve me
your aid for Noraa sake for I sol
emnly take oath that I'm pot guilty
of the crime that fourteen years' ago
was laid at my door.
Tho man who did It who forged
those drafta on the Pblloboro' bank-
was a fellow clerk of mine, Itobert Hoi-
royd: and I've already begun my
search for him," said Masterson, with
a keen look In hla eyes. "I mean to
hunt him downl I mean to force from
him a full and true confession, or
"Well, welll We'll not pursue the
subject any further not Just now,"
said Latimer. "I'll turn It over in my
mind. Leave me your address. I'll
gee that the matter Is looked Into
Ml see if anything can be done."
When Masterson (eft him Latimer!
hand trembled aa he placed the slip
of paper In his desk whereon the man
bad written his address. The Inter
view had agitated the lawyer deeply.
But as he went downstalra to tho car
riage all algns of agitation vanished;
and when a lovely girl appeared at
his carriage window to greet blm hla
atern features even broke Into a smile.
Aa the carriage drove away, before
It bad turned out of Lincoln's Inn
Fields, the girl placed her band upon
the lawyer's arm and looked up with
an Inquiring glance into hla face.
"Who was tbatr
Latimer looked down at ber and no
ticed that she was unusually pale.
"Who was tbatr' he rtlterated, with
a sudden alckealng sense of dread. "I
I don't quite follow you."
"I isean that man who came out at
your office door some minutes before
you," said she. "He looked as it in
terrible dietreea. Is he? I saw bits
atop under the street lamp, strike his
forehead and look distractedly about
him. Then he walked on, and
"See!" the girl suddenly Interposed,
"there's the very man. How dazed
he looks! He la staring Into people's
faces aa If he were in search of some
ne some one whom be
"Nora, sit down, my dear," said Lat
imer, aa she roee and leaned, out of
Ue window. "Are you erased? '
The girl uttered a low cry of pain,
far Latimer. In a sudden unsay of a
cltemeut, had sotted her wrist nnd
gripped It tightly. But now the car
riage, for a moment blockod among
tho crowd of vehicles In the great Hoi
born thoroughfare, moved rapidly for
ward, taking a westerly courso In Its
Days went by. For the time being
Masterson was buoyed with hope. Ills
Interview with Latlmor had put new
life Into htm. Ho looked for a letter
from the old lawyer every morning
But Paul Latimer gave no sign.
One night, as he turned out of Long
Acre to start upon another night's
wanderings through the lamp-lit Lon
don streets, Masterson became sudden
ly alive to the fact that a long line
of vehicles was arriving and passing
In under the portico of Covent Garden
Ho waa Just making for his chosen
post when a hansom cab pulled up
with startling abruptness at his very
elbow, and a tall man sprang out Ho
was In evening dress, a light Inverness
clonk thrown negligently over hla well
set shouldors; and as ho thrust hli
hnnd Into his pocket and turned hnlt
round to pay tho cabman, tho light
from tho street lamp fell aldowoya
upon his faco.
Mastorson uttored a cry; and then,
with tho ewlft nnd writhing movoment
of a tiger eager for a leap, a flash of
passion and hatred In his eyes
"Curso you!" ho cried, springing
forward. "I've found you, curso you,
But as ho made tho aprlng a pastor-
by unwittingly ran against him, and
he was thrown upon tho railings with
such forco that bo lost his footing;
nnd whon ho roso to renew the attack
ho found the flguro waa gone. Cast
Ing about htm a wild and searching
glance, Muaterson again got sight of
tho man. He was Just passing In at
AS TUB CAHUIAUX PliOV AWAY.
the swinging doors of tho theater had
passed in vanished.
Waiting there, pacing up and down
outside those railings, Masterson be
gan to grow puttied ovor Itobert Hoi
royd's youthful appearance. Ho looked
no older looked youngor, It anything
than when they were fellow clerks
at tho Phllboro Bank. Was this man
Itobert Holroyd, or?
Suddenly a startling thought camo
Itobert Holroyd's son!
If so, bo much tho better. Ills yearn
ing to strtko was deeper rooted now;
he would deliver a doublo blow.
At last It grow evident that the per
formance waa drawing to a close, and
Masterson's gato now becamo Intent
upon the faces of tho fashlonablo
crowd that began to pour out. No face
In that outflowing crowd escaped ob
And now a strange and startling
thing happened. A carriage oue that
be seemed to recognlto drew up, and
the Lincoln's Inn lawyor, Paul Latl
mer, presently appeared, a girl on his
arm a girl whose faco sent a sudden
thrill to tho very heart of John Mas
"Noral" be gasped. "My child!"
But no sooner had tbla lovely worn
an taken her place In the carriage
with Latimer at her side, than a thing
more strango and startling by far en
gaged Masterson s attention.
That roan for whom he was waiting
the man Holroyd came hurrying
out behind Latimer, atepped Into Lat
liner's carriage and sat down opposlto
to Kora. He spoke to ber spoke and
looked like one who seeks to win a
young girl's love.
The sight was maddening; and
the carriage moved from under the
portico toward the exit gate Master
Bo'rr ran headlong forward, forcing bis
way through the surging crowd.
He had reached the carriage, had
leaned upon the step and looked wild'
y Into the girl's now terror-stricken
face, when a passing vehicle struck
blm apd be fell back fell Into tho
crowded thoroughfare, crushed and
broken and remembered no mora.
When John Masterson recovered
consciousness he was lying In a large
and luxurious bedroom as he gradu
ally came to realize, aided by the light
of a dim night lamp. Then there came
to the bedside a shadowy figure, and
then a sweet and anxious faco bent
over his pillow, and then a whispered
word fell upon hla ear:
"Nora." said ba one summer's mora
ing, when she came aad draw a chair
to his side, ' am I out of the doctors
"Yes. father. Why do you ask?"
"I was forbidden to question you'
said be. "to speak more than was seed
ful forbidden to apeak one word
about the tha past May I speak
"That night," said be, "the Bight
unon which I I met with that accl
Aeat. Who was that man with yon la
Latimer's carrlago? Toll me his name."
"Holroyd," said sho.
Masterson gripped tho arms of hit
chair, and would havo risen had not
Nora held him back.
"Upon tho day you saw him In our
carriage," said she, "Mr. Holroyd had
arrived In London coming post-haste
with a lettor for you from your fellow
clerk at the old hank a letter from
"A letter from Itobort Holroyd for
"Yes; and bolng unable to find
you," sold she, "young Holroyd had
called that very morning upon Mr.
Latlmor. That letter, as you will find,
contains llobcrt Holroyd's full confes
sion of the crimo of which you were
so shamefully convicted."
"And,"Nora went on, "and ho has
since died slnco you were brought
hero to Mr. Itlmcr a house on thnt
dreadful night and ho has made what
amends ho could by leaving you half
his fortune, n mi
tt' hut moro?" snld Masterson de
"Ills son, young Holroyd, has asked
me to be his wlfo," said Norn.
"I love him, father. Would you have
me suffer for Itobert Holroyd's sin?"
Mastorson mndo no answer. Ho
seemed lost In thought: but, after a
while, ho began to stroke her head
caressingly, nnd Norn took heart, Know
ing Instinctively that ho would give
way to her as he atways had given
way to her when sho was a child.
SEER IN THE FAR NORTH.
Thonaanda Sen hr Canadlaai ro-
llo Near Artillery Lak.
Three thousand three hundred and
forty-seven miles that la tho pollco
beat which Inspector B. A. Pelletler
of the royal northwest mounted police
has had to patrol for the past year,
taya the Canadian Courier. Inspoctor
Pclletler, accompanied by his two com
rades. Corporal M. A. Joyce and Con-
stablo It. H. Walkor, crept back Into
civilization not long ago, and Is be
ing nicknamed "Daniel Boono" be
cause of hts exploit, by tho smart boys
In tho western barracks. It was bank
In 1008 thnt tho Inspector was dis
patched to tho far north, whero lw
was undor Instructions to report on
a feasible routo from Hudson Bay to
tho Mackcnxla Hlver and to look after
Canadian Interests In tho wilderness.
Tho Jaunt to the top of tho world be-
nn nt Fort Saskatchewan. A few
miles steamer stateroom comfort;
then some gritty paddling, nnd Orcat
Slnvo Lake was reached. That was
whoro tho real work commenced. Tho
routo along this great, wild sheet, Into
narrow, roaring chnnnols wns a night-
maro of portages, mosquitoes and lurk
ing, foaming rapid. On tho 1st of Sep
tember Inspector Pollotlor and party
touched Hudson Bay. Tho wind-
tossed timbers of a sailboat on the
shore wns tho first object to meet
their gnzo, Tho wreck of tho sail
boat meant a long pauso at Fullorton
till winter should set In and permit
the dog trains to gallop south with the
The move from Fullorton to Church-
111 450 miles was a thriller. Haw
deer meat waa all that was loft ot
shrunken supplies to sustain the ex
pedition. Probably the most pictur
esque part of the Journey wns tho pas-
sago from Artillery I.ake to the height
of land. Inspector Pellotter haa this
to say on the event:
"Aided by the sails, we wore mak
ing good time, but wero delayed by
large numbera ot deer crossing at
various points. We must have seen
botween 30,000 and 40,000. The hills
on both snores were covered witn
them nnd at a dozen or moro places
whero tho lako was from a hnlt to
ono mile wldo solid columns of deer
four or flvo abreast were swimming
across, and so closely that wa did not
llko to venturo through them for fenr
of getting Into tome mlx-up."
STONE AOE CUSTOMS.
Anolonl llnlilla Willi ICndura AruniisJ
.Vallv. ii f UurMl IIiiuiumiiIm,
Cuttoms and liablts directly trace
able back to the end' of the stone age
nre still observed by the Inhabitants
of'the remoter parts of rural Ilouma
nla, says Dr. Emit Fischer of Iluchn'
rest In the Umschnu. Tho latest sta'
tlttlca show that there are still In Tlou
mania over C4.000 cavo dwolllnss In
existence, In which a quarter of n mil
lion peasant folk llvo. These caves
are almost as primitive In their ar
rangements as the original cave dwell
Inn ot tho stone age,
As recently as In the eighties millet.
the oldest Indo-Oormanlo grain, was
stll crushed In itoumania by means
ot hand mills and stored In peculiarly
shaped granaries similar to thoso used
by the natives of central Africa. To
day the Roumanian peasants still use
ancient plows. At funerals a repast
named collba la partaken of consist.
Ing of soaked and boiled corn the ox
act way corn was first prepared and
eaten by the tribes of Europo,
Even to-day -crabapples nnd wild
pears are the only fruit known to the
Roumanian peasant, and ins vegeta
blea are wild herbs boiled with oil
pressed from sunflower, hemp and
gourd seeds. Medical men In rural
Itoumania are still known among the
peasantry aa wizards.
A Minor TrKdr.
Small Doy (to chemltt) Please, sit,
can you mix mo some castor on so
that you don't taste It when you take
Chemist Certainly, my llttlo man.
Are you fond of lemonade?
Small Doy Katneri (unemist re
tires behind screen and reappears with
Chemist There, my boy, you drink
that. (Roys does so.) Isn't that good?
Small Doy Rather! Tnata prime!
Now let me havo the castor oil, please,
Chemlet Why, you've jutt taken It
In that lemonade!
Small Doy Oh! crlcky; I wanted It
for father! Scraps.
When a young man flatters a girl
she decides later that he really meant
It you want to butt In, you ought
to be a missionary and get paid for It.
You don't give
your conscience I
TRIALS of the NBEDEMS
Kuiuron'a raw raw rllla coax tno iittf
Into mllTlty by gentle tuetliouj. iucj u
oct acour, criia or wukui w
m ti.,t Itomueli. lircr and nerreat
vlgprate, lustead, of weaken. JW an.
riCU IUO UIUVU MU VUUU.O in..
get all tho notirltumcDt from food tbnt IS
nn Intn It. Tlll.0 tllll CODtala DO CfllO-
melt they nre soothing, healing and stlm
ulatlnar. Tor sale by all druggists lnioo
and 29c sin-". If yon need niHIeal art
vice, write Manyon' Doctor. They will
tn,.i7 r f Thar. MIlNYON'fl.
and JrlTcraan, Bte l'blUdelphla, I'm.
Bend lOe for trial packag-.
AND OTHER ChoriTIAII
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Thia beautiful booklet, conUlnlnf 75 oUndld' aha
totraturee of lh world' moat celebrated mualtlant,
mey ba had free upon request, providing Ih follow.
Ing queillona ar aruwered. W wil alto tend free
a copy of "Old ravorll Songe."
Do you expect to buy a Piano?.
Will Kind Bpwlr ""f J
Abeolut Cut by Uelng the
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It la an honeat reliable treatment ued
by phyelclana terrwher aterv day In all
CMH oi imiaililliaiK'.iB, miiii i
IrrwulartUaa. n.rroue eymptnma, etc
ot innammaiKHie, uicvr uhlh-
ONE MONTH TKKATMENT $1.00
At DruggUt 'or Bent Direct I'repaU.
WTJUST REMEDY OO.
forest Grove, Or.
PsflUss is lae bif wrkel place of (Ik
Send Your Produc THERE
Wo are handlers of Eggs, Ilutter,
Veal, Dreaeod Hoits, Poultry, live or
dressed: also Apples, Onions, Pota
toes. Consignments, whether largo
or small, nro solicited. Wo can give
you Kood prices for good stuIT,
McEwen & Koskey
COMMISSION MUCH ANTS
129 Front SU Portland, Ore.
CRIMSON WINTER RHUBARB
II JO I'er loien, 14.00 I'er
J.B. WAQNER. Tlis HjlUBARH and JbEKRTf fi
SEND THIS AD. FOR FREE PREMIUM
Pacific Coast Biscuit Company
Portland BtatOe Bpolian
Atk for Their Coodt and
SWASTIKA END SEALS
THEY ARE VALUABLE
They Will Secure You Many
Articles Without Cost
You Can Have a Model Kitchen
as cool and white as a dairy. No smell, no smoke,
no heat, no dust. No old-fashioned contrivances. Tho
Is the latest practical, scientific cook-stove. It will cook the most
elaborate dinner without heating the kitchen.
Bolls, bakes, or roasts better than any range. Ready In a second.
Extinguished In a second. Fitted with Cabinet Top, with collapsiblo
Cat denary Note: Be tar 11 V
you get thl atov
that Mtha name-plate
Hate CltiaH A toMtrt
with Nfw Trimmliw SI Pan
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or Copper, It
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PIPE REPAIRING yf
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im attuuuun. Aiumi iwerna, i
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REDUCE THE COST OF LIVING;
25c. FULL POUND
Trial Dottle Free By Mali
If yoa inner from Enllepir. rile. Fallings ckarM,
Bpsemi. or hate thllilrrnlhattlnro.niy New Die
roTMrnlll teller them, and all ton aroaikedto
do li (o etna for a FtcoTflsl ! llottla ot Dr.Mej'e
It hat enred tlmafimte wlirro erertlhlnj ell
MM. Ouatentr.d by My IMIral-LalNratn
fnil. r Pat Food and Drugs Act, Jane SOttt.lKO
(luKtantr No. 1971. VUn write for 8tcla IFfte
SI lloltl and sire AOB and complete addreta
OH. W. II. MAY, E8 Ptitl Stroll, Nov York.
HOW TO MAKE IT
BF.ND FOIl I'ltOai'FXnUfl
HYORAVrrr oil company
404 atory BuUdlnt Lot Angeles, CSX
W. L. DOUGLAS
W. L. DotiKlitH
bIiooh nro worn
any other iiuikt.
ml S).1.A elm, are)
Ilia Inweet lrlce,
In III world.
anil SUMHi alio
wear, ntlirr imihr
fait Color Cut lit:
aot lof Mle In I nair
Itvlntf tall mfriione now io oni.r ,r in.n.
nleir-t illie liom failMe delleere.1 lu !. e.re
Ul eUiT I'iriviit. V, L. iou4U, lliocklue, ta
K!f wrllliiB-1 aiUertleor iIa I
elillnlt llil apr. i
lltimlreil. . 10. m -r TtiouMni
rests, towel rack, ana every up-io-uaio
feature Imaginable. You want It, be
caute It will cook any dinner and not
beat the room. No heat, no ametl,
no smoke, no coal to btlng In, no athes
to carry out. It does away with tho
drudgery ot cooking, and makes it a
Jdeature. Women with the light touch
or pattry especially appreciate It, be
cause, they can immediately have a
quick fire, simply by turning a handle.
No half-hour preparation, it not only
ia lets trouble than coal, but It cost
lets, -Absolutely no smell, no smoke
sad It doesn't heat the kitchen.
I The nickel finish, with the turquoise
blue of the enameled chimneys, makes
the stove ornamental and attractive.
Made with 1, 3 and 3 burners; the 2
and 3-burner atovea can be had with
or without Cabinet.
Every dealer everywhere; If not at your,
vetlt for Deeerlptlva CUeular to tba naareat
agency ef tha
$7.00 A $J.tt