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ANNUAL ROSE SHOW
a ro3cs,2 varlc-
KlceplMi, no appetite and Tory much nut
Mown, waa the condition of my husband.
Mince talcing Hood's Baraaparllla he hat
Iwonderfully improved, and ha now cat
and alceps vroll; in fact, be k all rlgM.
earn very highly." Mrs. Mart Cos
, IMP Cedar Bt., Puoblo, Colorado.
Ewe esteem ver:
jHood's Pills !"' :" ,i.T'.r.ulii.bmm-
WHAT 13 POTTRV!
t la Miulo In the Cathrdral of the UumUB
Poetry is ninsio in tho catliodral of
no heart. Deep in tho human brcasft
liero towers n noblo strnotnro. It stands
part from tho bunton paths of tho mind
n snout, hidden vnlloy. Tho ordinary
noughts and passions hnrry past tho
ortal ami know it not. Tlioy havo not
earned tho "open scaaino." Ego him-
elf, mh r of tho kingdom of tho intol
set, iIoom not know tho sacrod spot It
tliu mission of his lifo to find it, nnd
avliig 01100 found it ho cannot romom
or tuo routn by winch ho Journoyod.
lo cannot rot urn to it at will. Fats
junnls (ho way nnd raroly grants nn ou
rnnco, yet every man at somo tirao of
Ms lifo happens upon it, nud tho fortu
ity to roauh it often. Though thoy nro
IMliulfohlnri by tho way, their oagor foot
Ite'urn to trend tho labyrinth. Thov nra
lido poets of mankind, whoso fauoy gives
Bight to thoir foot.
At Bonio nnoxpectetl momont n fair
lido points Iho way, tho doors swing
much, and man enters tho cathodral of
is heart. Soniutiiuoa it is n strain of
Saulo of Gcnrching, thrilling Bwcotnoss
Wat points tno way. uomotinies it is n
fipynl sunset SoinetinioH it is n rapt nnd
pNf forgetting prayor. Somotlinos it is
fttia hand of lovo, but oftonostit is gaunt
laerrow. It Is n stntoly toiunlo. Its dorno
p as broad us thohoavons, toward which
te ninny flngerod spires point. Its win-
ptews mako cf oachsuuboaui n rainbow.
Ilia nislcs nro silent. I In prlost is ponca
tWith hnshed hoart and rovoroutlal stop
outers and is at rest All that is
fiijMerlal of him ho loaves bohiud. Quiot
, beauty possess Ills sonl. nnd ho floats
tJiwi inspiring dream. Ho listens, and
j ur niu lira wmu inus on U1S in-
tear an occasional noto In tho hor
sy of tho uulvcrso.
Half lost in distnnoo. ho hoars the
jtjpMrus of tho morning stars, tho birds,
snwpvniormu, tuo trees, uo roots a
lietwty nud n pnrposo iu tho unlvorso
tlw mind cannot concoivo. Ho fools
kbovo, about, within him a mnjostio
kiagdom to which his soul is kin. Al
most ho grasps tho socrot of creation.
Fee ono swift instant exaltation draws
ftftido tho dark, impenotrahlo onrtain
tbt has lod skeptio man. "Thoro is the
ead.' Ho bocs boyond n marvol too
groat for his still human mind. Itpassos,
but it loavos with him awo, pcaoo, hopa
He'feels that somowhero thoro is n cc
lwtlal koy that niukos of tho puzzlo of
H5!a1kingdotn whoro all is harmony,
Mfiietion, natisfaotion. Tho trroat oroan
ffr BOn1, tunod ljto spoooh by tho
' uauu oi uoauiy, Dursis into mot-
hd this is pootry. Ex.ob.onge.
jVen Wood and Ilennett.
Oongrossmau Bon "Wood tells a
otoriBtio anecdotoof his first moot-
with James Gordon Bennott, the
Wood -took an active part in local
ttioa boforo ho was of age. Ono day
tiwas trndnccd, as iio thought, by a
Vspapor reporter, and of tor the f ash-
BMn.of thoso days sought personal satis-
ion by giving tho reporter n physical
rMMgatiou. Mr. Bounott iu Tho Herald
ttitwa: tho matter up aud roastod Mr.
Wod editorially. Tho next day tho lat-
sjklr.went to tho editorial offloo, firmly
t Mofvod to boat Mr. Bennott too. Ho
Mid tho editor at his doak, and thrust-
Lttmm a copy ui iuu murjuug iiiiper uuuur
1M uoao said:
1VT tvnnf in Irnnw wlm wrntn ttint
Mr. Bennott laid down his pen, and
ing up at him curiously and bonig-
M'Arn -vnn Tnn Wmll"
"Yes, sir. That is juy name. "
M'Woll, Wood, how old aro you?"
M'lam nearly 20."
'Indeed," rojoluou Mr. Bounott, with.
brond Scotch accent "WolL Mr.
food, dtm't you think it a great thing
' a man as young as yon are to bo
irnifiod and advertised by a notioe in
i editorial pago of Tho Herald? My
sir, I congratulate yon."
i Mr. Wood was token aback with this
vr viow of tho thing. Tho two men
d a friendly chat, and tho man who
Brno in angry wont away in high good
amor nnd with tho odltor's blessing.
lew York Mail and Express.
Dttticera of the Sirlteb.
"Aren't you ready yot?"
"I couldn't find iriy hair."
"We'll miss tho train. Switcbe
lwai'8 soem todfllavtraffln " Afiwtw
Bncklm'B Aralea Slve.
The best Salve in the world for Cnji
aUe. Bores, Ulcere, Salt Kheum, rere;
orei. Tetter. ChaDned band. CDUDiains-
ad all Skin EniDtions. and positively cure-
Btlu. M .M ui.-tuj 1. ! imiMnlMil n.
Ft u uu yJ IWiulIWM. Afc MM.V w
avepenect samiaction or money itiuuu-
ice 35 cents a box, for Hie Vf r tea a
Of the "Salem FlorUcultural Society
1. Best collection of tea roses,not less
than 12 varletics.5.
2. Best collection ofatca roscs.O varie
ties. 13. a..
O 1-I .-ll-l iSl
ties. 31. v ;
4. Best collection of not less
rarities of tens in hud. ftr.
6. Best collection' of 6 varieties
otius, tens, 3.
. Best collection of hybrids, $3.
7. Best spcclmon of roso bush in
bloom, pot grown, and Introduced
in loU4-'U5, w.
8. Best specimen of roso bush in
bloom, pot grown, and introduced
in '94-5!3, 31.60.
0. Best collection of-moss rosc9, buds,
10. Best'collectlon of Polynntha roses.
11. Best collection of pink roses, not
less thnn G varieties, 82.
12. Best collection or yellow roses,
not less than 5 varieties, $2.
13. Best collection of red roses, not
less than 5 varieties, 32.
14. Best display of Banksian roses,-31.G0.
Special premiums will bo-offcrcd for
tho finest display of the 'following
iKuuuu vurioiiics 01 roses.
Marcchal Noll, Vlscoumtcss Folk
stone. Papa Gontler, Catherine Mcr
met.SunBet, Mario Van Houtte, La
France, Jacqueminot, Itlcno Marie
Henrlcttc, Wm. Allen Richardson,
Homer JJaroncss llothschlld, Bride,
La Marque, Madame Alfred Carrier,
Mnlmnlson. Madame Joseph Schwarts,
fuuiour j.-Asicur,iuiKiame yeicue,isa
bellaQrey, James Sprunt (bush or
climbing), Terlc des Jardln (bush or
climbing), Nephctos (bush or climb
ing). 60c each.
i lnest display of roses from any
point in Oregon outside of Marlon
Premiums on other flowers than
Ist.Fincst display of pansles, 32. .
2d. Finest display of panslc8,31.50.
Ist.Fincst dlsnlnv of sweet nens. 31.60.
2d. Finest display of sweet ncas. 31.
Largest number of vnrlntlna of nn.
tlvo Oregon ferns, $1.50.
Best collection ,of wild flowers,
gathered by a child undor 14 years
of age, .each variety arranged sep
arately, 1st, $2.60.; 2d; $2.
Collection of twenty varieties of
wild flowers named correctly, $1.
Persons not wlshintr to enter for
premiums arc invited to display thoir
roses at mc iair.
The rules, adopted by the society
for'governlng the fair aro as follows!-
1 tho superintendent shall have
general chargo of tho roso show.
2 Judges shall bo appointed by the
executive committee, and all adjust
ment not covered by rules or published
action of tho executive committee
shall bo referred to that committee.
3 Itxhlbits not at tho door by 1 p.
m. on tho first day of tho show will be
debarred from competition. Exhibits
will bo received from 8 am. till 1 p.m.
4 All flowers must bo handed to
the superintendents or assistants at
the door, and subjected to their
15 ItccontacloB for nrcmlum flowers
will be furnished bv tho suncrintcn.
dent, but flowers for dlsnlnv mav bo
urriiuKcu oy 1110 owner.
0 All flowers cnterod for premiums
must bo distinctly named, If Incorrect
ly nnmed they will bo excluded from
7 Names of flowers cannot bo
chanced after they aro entered.
8 No inferior plant or flower to re
ceive a premium.
0 No entry of ono variety shall con
sist of moro than three specimens, at
least ono to bo full blown.
10 All plants must be owned by the
exhibitors nnd have been In their pos
session at least three months before
the show, and all but flowers must bo
grown by tho exhibitors.
11 Plants and flowers cannot bo re-
moyed until the closoof tho exhibi
tion excent bv nermisslon of the
12 No flower shall bo cntorcd for
moro than ono premium.
13 All flowers must be labeled with
name before entering.
VTi iiMjjj 1 firtliiiiiuiirn"HairmiijtiinMiii mny
for Infant! ami Children.
THIRTY yara' atwcvatlwi of CaMwU wWk iha rwa af
mlHIona ef ymraeaa, paraaU ma ay k af H witfcamt aniliif.
It ia maa,etlOTtaMr th at raaaeJy ar ImkmU tmA OMMram
&a wwW haa crar taaawm. It la hanaUaa. Omllibraaa lUrt It. It
arlvea ihom health. It will aara Ukle raa. Im It Mafcaya lra
aoethlBK wklok la aTmolatalr aofa ma4 jtlaallr yatKaat ata
Carterla, Jaatrya W)arwaar
Caatarla allay !TaTariaiaa;
CaatorU yreTXta t dtfaar Iain OaarjL
Caatarta enraa IMarrheaa. ajtJ'WlJ CaJa.
Oaatarla rallaTaa TaatMiag TremWaa,
OaaterU anraa CefcattpaUaa ajt Hatmlataay.
Caataria aeatrallaea tka aeta af earlMHata i4 gaa t paUaaaana aiy,
Caatorla deea not eeatata aaarpMaa, eylwaa, ay athag Harcatlo yragarty.
Oaatorla aabmllatca ha fneel, ragulataa tha at taeh auUL tawala,
giving haalthy aad Matmral alaoy.
Caatorla la pt nyt In a-fan lattlaa aaly. It ia Mat aaU faa talk.
Don't allow any aaa te anil yen auaytltfaac alaa tktt ml or g tlaa
that it ia "jaat ai tcooA" ana "will aaaTyaaf aTary mmraaaa."
ft? that yea pat C-A-8-T-0-I-A
Children Cry for Pltchtr's Cattorla.
TICKETS TO ALL POINTS EAST
IHT w wm.
Service andfiScencry Unequalled
Trrough Palace and Tourist Cars
Xining and Buffet Library' Cam
Trains leave Portland and Seattle, dally for the East
Tickets, reservations and baggace checked to all points.
For comfort In travel takeVne Great Northern.
BOZORTf IBROS., Agntaj
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A. 11. C. DENN1STON. C. P. & T. A., Portland.lOi.t
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H ing matter, and It will pay you to no- H
I tlcc" tho following special oilers. W
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"Will receive children from 3 years upward
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inf ilrawinc. moJclinp. music Plain
tlstic needle work. All work done on the In
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Ilirough Pullman Palace Sleepers. Touils
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&ORTLA.SD to CHICAGO
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lighted by Pintsch light.
'rim. 1.. rut. r . j
Time to New York, 4 1-2 days.
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Feb. 7th, lath, ,17th, 32d 37th, and March
29th at 8 p.m.
Fare Cabin, $5; steerage, $2.50.
WILLAMFTTE RIVER, DIVISION.
Steamers Elmore and Ituth leave Sulera
for Eugene and Cotvallls Saturdays, Sundays
Tuesdays and Thursdays at about S p. ra.
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Round-trip tickets vero cheap.
Tickets sold and baggage checked through
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