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1 Be on your Guard. V .- . , If some grocers urge another baking m powder upon you in place of the" Royal," it is because of the greater profit upon it. This of itself is evidence of-the supe riority of the "Royal." To give greater profit the other must be a lower cost powder, and to cost less it must be made with cheaper and inferior materials, and f thus, though selling for the same," give less value to the consumer. To insure the finest cake, the most wholesome food, be sure that no substi tute for Royal Baking Powder is accepted by 'you. - ' , Nothing-can be substituted for the Royal Baking Powder and give as good results. Bnuu Mid tha Dof. Many eccentricities are pardoned In musical geniuses, especially by those wbo do not suffer from them. Unfortn nately the object of a musician's wrath la qnite apt to be unable to appreciate why be has offended. , One can fancy the possessor of the untrained voice who figures in the fol lowing story thinking hard things of the celebrated composer Rameaa. One day Kameaa while calling on a ladf fixed a stern glance on a little dog who sat in her lap and was barking good nataredly. Suddenly Rameaa seized the poor little fellow and threw him ont of the window. "What is the matter?" asked his hostess, much alarmed. "He barked false I" said Rameaa in dignantly. Youth's Companion. Lung Troubles show a tendency toward Consumption. A Cough is often the beginning. Don't wait until your condition Is more serious. Take Scott's Emulsion the Cream of Cod-liver Oil, at once. It overcomes all the conditions that invite the Consumption Germs. Phy tieiant, the world over, en dorse it. ; -2J - Dcfl't be deceired tj Substitutes! VNpradbrSosttBowM,ir.Y. All Druggieta. lELY'S CREAM BALM CURES FZZSj IPBICE SO CENTS. All DRUGGISTS! f GOLDEN WEST ? Bus no anpeitor. I ! 's a BAKING POW0EB. -ou My- I had a malignant breaking out on my leg below the knee, and was cured sound and well with two and a half bonles of fE55??f Other blood medicines had failed 7. a to do ma anv eood. Will C. Beaty, ykriU.S.C T ra tv,nhlw1 frnm eMldho-rl with nil BJ7 trmv itof! cage of Tetter, mid three bottles of P , AfMkt m , , lfaaavUl,l.T. Our hook on Blood and Bkln DiseaMs mailed Iree. bwire urscuK w, aiiani. ua. TAKE IT W.PrUNlDER'S. Oregon Blood Purifier. kKIONEY Sr LIVtR DISEASES. DYSPEPSIA. .PIMPLES BLOTCHES ANDSK DISEASES. .HEADACHES COSTIVXNESS. Rambler BICYCLES. Swift,' Ught, Strong, Belibl and Beau tiful. A Ht aorent wanted In very city and town in Ore- (toii.Wji Jthlugton andidaho Bund lor cauuocua ana term. FRED T. MERRILL CYCLE CO., SST Washington Portland, Or. Burst!! TRADE MARK,. qejr a A That frequently occur with poor Bolting and Hote. but hot with ' MONARCH or KKD HTR F Belt- ' log. or Maltese Cross, Rtdgewood . or Wallaboul Steam and W.ter Hoae. Every length guaranteed. , Auk your dealer (ur these supe- rior orauda. Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg. Co., Eetabllahed 1SS5. Portland, Or. SP. H. U. Ho, W6-S. f, V. TJ. No. 623 1 Tha Power of Gold. He loved ber. She loved him. " They loved each other. But her father objected because the young man was almost a total stranger. The time had come when the youth most ask the father for his daughter, and he feared to go to him. He held a long conference with his be loved. He told her he did not want to ask her fa ther. "George, dear," she asked in a tremulous whisper, "how much are yon worth f a "A million dollars, darling," he respond' Id proudly. Her face shone in the twilight. "Then you don't have to ask him," she said, with simple trust. "Let him know that, and he will ask you." - And George gave the old man a tip. Detroit Free Press. Flaying to Light Bonnes, Truth. A Real N'k Fellow. Strawber-Do you suppose Clara Penrose anytbins for me? Singerly Well, she said some pretty nice things about you last night when I was there. Strawber Did shef What were theyf Singerly (seriously) For one thing, she said yon were a fine dancer. It was such a ' comfort, she said, to And a roan who really danced welL - " Strawber I'm sure I'm glad she likes my dancing. I've spent enongh time at it. Singerly Then she said your manners were perfect. It was a pleasure to go any where with you. she said, because she felt so perfectly secure with you and sure of you. Strawber (delighted) GraciousI I had no idea she thought so much of me as that. Did ahe say anything else? Singerly Ob, yes. She spoke about your conversation. In the light society talk of the day she thinks yon hare no equal, and then yon are so full of tact, and yourclothes were always so stylish, so neat, without be ing too extreme. Oh, she gave you a great sendon, old man. Strawber (beside himself) I should say she did. I must cultivate that girL Beau tiful, rich, accomplished. What more could a man want in a wife? I have always (complacently) fancied her, but now I think the feeling is even deeper than that. Singerly (warnlngly) Don't let it get too deep, old man. I didn't tell yon all. Strawber Didn't you What more was tberer Singerly She wound op by saying that, In fact, you were just the sort of a fellow that no girl would ever think of marrying. Exchange. Greatly Surprised. Lieutenant Blank of the army is 4 feet 4 Inches tall and tips the scale at 250 pounds. He was stationed for many yearn in Wash ington; attached to a scientific bureau of the government, his writings being well known to the scientific world. Much of his writing was done evenings at home, and he would sometimes carry borne necessary reference books and return them to bis office at will. One morning he gathered together several, none of them very small, and putting tbem under bis arm started for bis office. In the course of his walk he was brought face to face with a very black little negro, who, with arms akimbo, chin dropped and bis shining black eyes filled with wonder, bad planted himself directly in front o Lieutenant Blank. ' Before the . gentleman bad time to do more than take iu this apparition of dark ness the little "pickaninny" had thrown back his bead, so as to he able to gaze up into the lieutenant's face, and in a tone of comical amazement exclaimed: "Gude gracious, mister, is you gwine to school?" Youth's Companion. . Hubby Foot the Bills. Tbe-man who is banging , to a strap in a cable car often hears conversations which are worth repeating. "Don't you bate to have to ask your hus band for money to buy your dresses and bats with?" said a matron in dark green to one in seal brown. "I never do," was the rt-ply. "Don't you? Does lie give it to you with out asking?" The matron in seal shook her head. "Have you a regular allowance, or does he pay you a weekly salary, as some women maintain Is the correct thing?" "Neither." "Then you must have .private means of your own to draw on, but every woman is not so well situated as that." "Wrong again. I have no fortune of m y own, aud my husband pays for everything luse.-- "Then how do you manage it If you never ask bim for money and he never gives you any without asking?" Oh, I simply order what I want and have the things charged." Pittsburg Chronicle 0 By ARDOTUS JONES-FOSTEB. "Bless you. no: not blood relative. Nan is my uncle by marriage, and only great-great uncle at tnat, uis wire uav ing been great aunt to my inotncr. One night and one again, as we walked beneath the heavy screen of the nark trees, a shadow fell in front of tru ths figure of a woman, it appeared to meand as quickly did it flit away again. I remember having twice re marked it to Ivan. On the second occa sion the hadow came just as we waro repUghting our troth and naming the day. I started, constderaDiy ingntenea. Iran caltned me. It was nothing," he remarked; "only a branch of tnat tun tree swinging across our path." But if it had been u it could nave understood if it could have spoken that shadow would have heard our pledges!" "And you are asnamea or. taem, my darling?" "No! oh, no, Ivan. Only lama crea ture of such silly suspicions. My nation my dear Swedish people are some how imbned mors or less witn a Deiiei in 'eerie things.' as the Scots say. It may be a fault, but it was born in me. Even when I was child my old nurse used to tell me tales of strange gnomes and hobgoblins, saying that they swarm' ed about us, and the lesson seems to have followed me. So do not chide me!" His answer was that which he always gave when 1 pleaded for grace. He kissed me. The shadowy figure had faded into pace. As it was his custom to confide all of bis little adventures to me, he found it quite in his turn of fancies one evening to relate a little incident Uiat had tnat morning leaped into his life. It hap- ened fully a fortnight after my receipt of Olefa letter. Ivan had returned home lotur after his usual hour. What kept you so long, Ivanr t asked as he came down to dinner. A most peculiar circumstance, my darling Cesca." he answered. "I was passing along Broadway, near Canal street, to my office when yonng man met me. He earned a traveler s bag in his hand and had evidently just arrived from a journey. As our eyes clashed be stonoed suddenly, shocked, it seemed, by momentary pang in his head vertigo it looked like to me threw np his hand, quickly passed his fingers over his brow, clutched at hia throat as if he would tear open his collar to relieve a strangling sensation, and losing consciousness he reeled and fell. As he came to the ground 1 supported him, and with the aid of a passerby we carried bim to little shop iu Canal street. But as he did not survive I bad him conveyed to the hospital. But that did not keep you all day. tome. Ivan, confess now. Ah," he answered, "it took up three r four hours of my time, and as my office duties require a measured amount of attention each day I was obliged to stop there until I got through with my correspondence. I accepted his explanation. "But the man's name?" I added. "Too did learn that?" "How could I? He had not come to his senses when I left him." "But he must have carried papers?" "If he did they were locked in bis bag. "How old was he?" "Perhaps five-and-twenty." "American?" "A foreigner, I fancy." "A foreigner!" I cried. My head reeled. "What if it had been but sncb nonsense! It conld not have been Oltf ! Yon know Olef, of course I You were born next door to him, or he to you. rather." What put that thought into your lit tle head?" he laughed. "Besides, this will dispel your presentment," and he handed me a letter addressed to him, re ceived that morning, postmarked Stock holm. I read it Ivan Trolaky: Sia As I hare failed to fiet aa answer to my letter to Mll. Cesca Melin, I have rar foara that aba might oot have received It. I believe that she remain In America. If you shouM sm her kindly say that I made no effort to arrange her business affairs, and that her securities atill re main with her solicitor!. Kr bride and J start for s tour of Norway to-morrow. Please gin my best wlehes to Mile. Melin, for whom I hope the I rtebest of life a bteasings. Host sincerely, Uul Hsu. And so I dried my eyes and set another seal of hate upon my heart, to lock out forever the image of him who in my gin days I had learned to lovel CHAPTER V. Olefl The sun npon the third Snndar la June had gold tinged nature's sweetest garb. I have never witnessed a more perfect dasvn. And it was the beauty c that morning that caused Ivan to in vite Irene and me to take a run over the Palisades. Ivan had been making a day of it every Sabbath for a month past, and bis descriptions of the scenes had so arrakened ns to tbe anticipation of a jolly outing that Irene and I gladly con sented to go. - Ten o'clock found ns high npon th cliffs overlooking the grand old Hudson. It must have been an hour past mid day when a cloud, a mere dot, appeared like a freckle npon the face of the sun. A nervous breeze sprang up, more ac tive than the calm, fanning wind of th morning. The cloud cast a shadow npon the treetop, and for a moment its limb formed the outline of a double cross upon the white cloth beneath our little banquet. I started as on out of a dream and looked at Ivan. My face must nave been as colorless a the spread, for he asked if I were ill. "Look!" I exclaimed. "That double erosel" He seemed not to understand. ' "It is only a shadow," he said. "But once before I saw it. Don't yon THE DO BLE CROSS remember upon the back of my let terr He laughed outright, called me a fool ish woman and told ma that I must not cling to superstitions. "A strange trait, that, with th Swe dish people, h added. "They swear by signs. Why, upon my word. Cesca, if you go on like this you will be telling ns that you see some of those funny lit tle men popping out of th rocks yonder, akin to those that your 8wedUh peasants declare dwell in the forest. And while I think about it, Rip Van Winkle's Utile gnomes did us to play at tenpins uot far up the river over in Sleepy Hollow, you know," he jested. He had no sooner spoken than a huge, thick cloud flung its black mantel over the face of the sun. lbs wind arose, higher, madder, faster. Th waters of the Hudson rose and pranced and stood up right A great, roaring noise of threat and chaos tilled the air, deafening in its force. The waters below dashed and foamed. Small sails were picked up, tossed and burled shoreward. The outing parties made for the shol ter of cafes and th village near by. Confusion reigned. The sky grew dark black. The imps of vil seemed to rise out of the very earth beneath our feet Agents of fury and warning dan gled from the sky. A brilliant flash of iitrhtniug crossed the scene, quickly followed by a crash of thunder. I clung to Irene, who was quaking with fright The flash had told me that Ivan was deathly pale. a "Too late to move now!" was all that ho could say. - "But it is hardly upon us. W might reach the nearest cafe. Besides, this tree is dangerous conductor," I pro tested. "The whole seen la shrouded," he whispered. "We are as safe here as any where!" Another flash camel In the direction of the bushes to the west I noticed a spire stealing toward us a woman. "Look! She has lost her way. Corns nearer to me closer, Ivan, closer! I feart I tnraiblo!" I cried, as h clasped me in his arms. But th woman only quickened her - pace, which w discov ered by the frequent flashes of light Faster aud faster she ran toward vs. Irene, becoming inconsolable, rushed off to the nearest cafe. The woman was now upon us! For an instant a bright flush illuminated th pot -1 looked; I saw a face. Great God! Vera! "Ivan!" 1 cried. "Do you see! A spirit! Her spectre! Vera's ghost!" The man strove to speak. His tongua was lashed to the roof of his mouth. He moved confronted her, the phantom like figure, as a daredevil might face a harbinger of death! "At lustr the woman cried. "Vera! screamed Ivan, and fell upon bis knees before her. "It is here that 1 find your she con tinued. "1 have tracked yon many times, tlunking that you were but build' ing our plans as we sgreed.F As who ujrreedr Ivan cried. You, Ivan Trolaky, my husband, and L Vera, your wife!" she answered, as her hot temper fired her. "Yes, as w agreed! 1 have crossed your path score of times, under the park tree I heard you plight your troth. In the lover's seat 1 have heard your passionate words of love. I hare watched aud waited pa tiently, believing that you but schemed as we had promised. But now you have gone too far. Your words are no longer empty sounds, l on love that girl! Ah, deny it not! Trust to a woman's eyes to read the porndy in a man s heart ! "Vera he protested, as I crept further into the shade to miss the flash of her temper. "Out upon itr she exclaimed. "The farce has gone fur enough! Yon would have made it tragedy! Oh, I know! The girl's failing health but a few weeks back, her discovery of her weakness. your attempts to poison ber! It is too true! And where is the stranger yon found fainting in the street? Olef where is he?' "God! Olef!" I screamed, ax the fright- ul truth all darted to my brain. "The stranger, the accident, the hospital!" 1 bent my tortured heart to listen. "Where is ber she repeated. "You have told me in your letters the forci ble detention of Olef at your friend's house now confess it! And the se curities that you stole from his bag and sent to me! Ah! you would would have killed the girl for her fortune, as we agreed! But your heart.even blacker than mine, turned false to your wife! You ruined the plot by your perfidy! Jeal ousy drives me to confess it! Yon loved her! I am here to avenge the wrong! xou would nave wrought a tragedy till your mind turned topsy-turvy, and then you would have wed the girl, deceiving her into the belief that I was dead! But now it is my turn! We will end it here! Aye, and with a tragedy indeed! Now pay for your sins!" And with the stout arms of a maniac Vera bound him in his tracks; then with giant force she pushed him to the cliff. My heart stood still! The ground whirled! At last Ivan found his speech. "Woman! what would vou dor and he struggled with her as one of his feet slipped over the rock. He was fulling! fro me cowttnukd.i The Harem la Modern Turkey. 'Huri-in." In the modern accentatlon of I tue word, merely means the private apart ments, and these would be called by tbe I same name even in bachelor's establish ment inhabited solely by men. but irener- ally It Is applied to every place Intended lor women. The end of tbe Turkish rail way carriage, curtained off from the rest. is a harem. 8o is the ladies' cabin on board ship and the latticed irnllery in s mosaue. Iu the dwelling house it is sll that quar ter inhabited by the wife and children and other ladies of the family, and here, I may Ha-, in passing, tnat very lew xprks now adays have more than one wife. The tra ditional Turk with bis innumerable worn- eu no longer exists, except as a very rare I exception, out the Mussulman bus not sacrificed the advantages of the privacy granieu mm y ine Alonammedan laWand custom. Hcribuer's Magazine. Kr. Fuller's Mem or v. Among those who have performed oront icaia oi memory may lie mentioned I)r. Fuller, author of the "Worthies of Eng land." iie could renenfc RimthpFman'., mon after hearing it once and could repeat 600 words in an unknown lamruaire nftr b taring tbem twice. He one day attempted to walk from Temple Bar to the farthest end of Chee.n- side and to repeat on bis return every sign on either side of the way in the order of their occurrence, and he did it easily In terior. Rympathr. Rupert I think I'll oour oomaoolmma In this medicine Ixittle. Alsnima Why? Kupert Why. to (oka tlis Its mouth. Harper's Vomi People. A GENUINE ROMANCE. rhts U flow tt Happens tn Real Lire A lory of a Young Man and a ttlrl. This Is a story of a young man and a girl. Th girl was pretty, Th young niau thought she was the most beautiful Iwlng be had ever seen, ' IU met her In the house or a friend iu the village Iu which ahe lived. Hewaadaxed. He followed her around the entire evening. He tried to make an impression, and wheu be cams away he thought he had Impressed her, and he whs In the seventh heaven of VllgUt. He came hsok to UufTaln. He talked of the girl by day and dreamed of her hy night Uuelnrsa kept him from going again to the village which held the radiant being within Its corporate limits. He did uot know her well euoiigh to write to her. Ha moped. His eyes grew dim. He was as sorely strick en with love as a man could be and main tain anything like his mental polae. I .sat week one day he beard t hat she was in this city visiting friends, lis was wild with delight. A day later a friend of th friend with whom the divinity was stay ing came to him and said that lis thought b -could fix things so the stricken young man could take the sout hern tier girl to the theater. The young man implored bim to do so, and he did. In the days betweeiAhe theater going and the first arrnngements th young man lived In a dream, lie Invited a married friend and his wife to go along and act as ohap erous. Tbey said they would. He looked bis dress clothes over carefully, bad them cleaned and pressed, bought a new pair of glove and fixed himself up regardless of cost The night came. The" young man went after the girl with a carriage. It was the bestone be could hire. He had the four best seats in the theater. They saw the play, aud he took them to the swellest cafe in town and had luncheon. Ho ordered champagne like a California millionaire. 1 hen they drove home. The girl talked of inconsequential matters. She had liked the play. .Sim told the young man that she would be Iu the city a mouth louger, Tbey reached the bouse of her friends. He helped her out of the carriage, and she tripped up the steps, said "Good night" sweetly and vanished tieliind the heavy doors. The young man got iu the carriage and drove back to the cily. He was so full of the image of the girl that he was dowu town before he bad time to think of any thing else. Then one extraneous thought did come to him. He aat up straight In the carriage and swore a big, triangular oath. , She had nut asked lilrn to cslll He got out of the carriage and went Into a hotel. He sought the restling room and seised a sheet of auer. Then be put down these figures iu a row; Carriage a 13 Tickets. , . 4 011 Luncheon..., ,,, 10 ul Uloven. , , U0 Incidentals. 5 nu Total U UU He held that alio of nailer In his hand for a long time aud gazed at it earnesfly, not to say sadly. Finally he rose, and as he did he said hoarsely, "Well, I got the gloves back anyhow." Buffalo Express. How Coral f.ruwa, 4 Corals Increase liy eggs, spontaneous di vision and germination The rate of growth has not been fully determined. Professor Agassis Indicate the growth of reefs at Key Vt est at the rate of six inches In UK) years and adds that if we doubled that amount It would require T.MIO years to form lb reefs In that place and hundred of thou sands of years fur the grow th of Florida. Fir and Water. -Ji : MAN'S INHUMANITY TO IIIMMKI.r. Tbe most tnhnman otitraaca. outrasc which would diiitrace tha savage, man perpetrate upon hia own ayatem byawallowliiK'lrnailepiir :niit wnicn coiiviiiae nil aiomuen, airoinae lia inteatliMM, and weaken hia avalem. Many people conatantly do thia under the irapreaalnii mat lneaieaineiits only wnicn are violent l'i their aellnn, and partlcutHrly eatliartlea, are of any avail. Irreparable injury to health la wrought under thia miaiaken Idea. Thflasa live which moat uear'V annroaehea the benefi cent act ion of nature ta Hoatetler'a Stomach Bitten, wbi' h la palnlena.but thormiifh.aud in vigorates the int.tiiial canal lnteail of weak ening and Irritating it. The liver and the atom aeh ahare in the hentgn dlaclpllne liiatituted by una ccntpreneiisive ineuiciue, wnoae neaitniiti Influence it felt throughout the ayatem. Mala rloua, rhenmatic, kidney and nervous cuv plslnts aiKcumb to It. I'arkfr -I have received very gratifying news of my sun who rei eut'y went to collrga. barker Vef What ne waf rarkcr-lle alive. To purify, enrich and vitalize the blood. and thereby Invigorate the liver and diges tive organs, brace up the nerves, and put the svstem in order Keuorully, "Uoklan Medical Discovery " has no equal. DYSPEPSIA IN IT8 WORST FORM. Bavin DinrttLY, Esq.. of Or(('n''uh. Pa, writes: ' limy tnoae who have bad dyspepsia in us worst nirme know wlui t It really can be. What such a case needs I have found in your sunny encouiSKcnicnt, an your tiolilcn Medi cal Discovery." Although 1 enn now clultn. If sny ono can, that I havo s cast Iron stomach. I slwsia keep four '((olden Medical ilacoverv' slid the ' l'cl l tM ' on hand when set tling down from an Bo rn: non-rut , wv summers vacation, K. DiarriBLT, ESQ. to quiet student llfu. I heartily recommend theso medicines to every ono whose suffering Is of the iisture that mine was." riold everywhere. ST. JACOBS OIL T&lffifZ TAKE .Wllt N.THE One cent a doe3 V 1 t W l It is sold on a aruarante by all drug;, "ft J: touri, inoiplent Consumption and, is th best Cough and Croup rture. ; ; SPRAINS. Chronlo Cases of Many DROP IT Don't bnr .e h. is. """ .V?"!'."?. ponl si Ut "WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULEsi GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OP " S A POL 10 Mtta. MBNttV WARD BBICCHKB Has retained her vigor of mind well strength of body In her old sg. Bh writes; " ) Omanok St.. Hooi,ytt, V. ., February 11, 1WW, i "I hav used Atuwt's Pmstsm for some years for myself and famllr. '. as Tar as aide, for the many suflerers who rmm to us for assistance, and hjv found them a genuine relief for most of tnann and pains towhloh llesh Is h Jr. . 1 have used Au.cot 's I'iahkhs for all kinds ol iHineutws and scute pain, d hy rriUiil experiments II ml that they nan control many esses not notloed In your olrouiai. " The abov is the only testimonial 1 have ever given In favor of any plaster, and II my name hss been used to recommend any other, It Is without my authority or sano lion. Mas. Hsnst Wash Hksi'iish." lliwKtaTiri 1'ii.u are th best medlom known. " l.nok 1 old Mr. Jones over there iiIIIchiiIS Iiik." "Whsll Talking to hlin.flrl I uws not. He la so deal he can't hear hlinssH talk. As a cure for sore throat and coughs "Iiomii's i;iHcii.if r.ocAf" hsv been thoroughly tested, and maintain a good leiuilatluii, "I have never had the eoursss to set mar ried," ' lUveii'f.ehf Whal'sjour bualiieasf "Oh, I'm only a lion tsmur." "IHW TIUHT We offer One IIiiii.ImhI Hollars' newer,! for iivco of esisirh (list cannot be cured by llnil'i Csterrh l ure. , , r. J. 1 1IKNKY CO., Prey. Toledo, O. We, the uiKlorrtgiivd, havs known P. J. fhs noy lor the laat tllieen jtrsra, and believe til in perfectly hoiunahle In all btialueu traiiMcllont and lliuiiiel.lly able tuOKirv out anv nlillanthm uisd hy Hied It m. Kvl' A 1 1ll A , Wholeaite Drumilma, Toledo, O, WAI HIM1, KINNAN s MAKVIN. hihi lriKslls, Toledo, O Hull's Ostarrh t'nie ii tnkcii Internally, setlni directly upon the ulond and munm luitacva nl iheny-tn. 1'rlea, "6 cent ier bonis. Hold hy all diUitU. Tvatltnoiiisls fie. (Inutd yourself for summer malaria, tired fueling, by ualug now Oregon Blood I'urlfler. Uss usmellueHiove foils! do dust, no araall. Tbt Qsbsiba for breakfast. KNOWLEDGE Bring comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live be t-u-r than others snd enjoy life more, with 'hs expenditure, by more promptly nlaptiiig the world's best product to he needs of physical being, will attest he value to health of the pure liquid iixntive principles embraced in the remedy. 8vrun of Figs. Its excel leneo is due to It presenting in the form mwt acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly bciH'liuia properties of a perfect lax ative ; ell'cctitslly cleansing the system, diiinclling colds, headache and fevers anil wruiaocoiy curing luini.imfciiiii It has given satisfaction to millions and met wuu aue approval oi we iiieoicai profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver snd Ilowels without weak- . ' . i l- i- a - citing litem anu is is periecuy tree inuii every objectionable sulwtance. Hyrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in 60c anil II bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Hyrup O). only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Fig, and being well informed, you will uot accept any aluminum u unercu. FRUIT PRESERVtDt LABOR SAVED t y PRESERVES FRUIT WITHOUT HEAT. ANTTrKllMKsJTINS: orescrvrariDKIt, MILK, III TTKH, t ATMl'F, I'll KI.K-t.eur., and does ll St CCKhSKl l.l.Y bv irrevantlna ler,ni.,l,. ilieiiol thia wnhde'fnl preservative aurea n com iu canning aim pre-er-ing inula aud v.-g-tsMes of sil kinds. No Mot'l.li on top of i, tin. navea iima anu laoor, aua is in every way m ikvhi,. ,uenwi X" Antifermentine fa sold by all diuiglaissnd grocers, and Ubuas- aniBKu iu uo wiini wesay ii will. SHELL, HEIT8HU at WOOOARD, Portland, Or. Htandard y"tm of (he world. Highest award, si World's Fair, Uilcago, lor perleet-nlilug gar ment!. I.t-arn to inland make your own gar. menu At Home. Vou can Make and have Money. We ln.ch culling, Kiulahins and vii.-nuiswi u,p eie. A IIIIU) Can LgagK Jackson's New French System AND- ' Jickm'i Franco-Prussian Tailor Systei sT IIOMK BY MAIf. ann even , molrra fire tino: no reoi-nttlliir l'atl.Mr, etif . Wend 'la stamp and we will lend How to Take -...-....,,,,, uiK, lm want IMSrli-ttt-nitlna giiimeiita, aen i to ua lr Pattern, and learn oi yaiein. Moec si ratea for block uatinrn. . in. dossil to Dreaama kera. We s re general Wealei n JACKSON'S TIIL0RIN8 INSTITUTE, HOT Nutter Hl - Nan Kranelaeo, t7al, CURES MAGICALLY Yeare Cured Easily. IV YOUR BUHlNH.rw linna" wriT mv Chickens are easily snd successfully raaing me petaiuma In pubator and BraorJrsra. Our n p..""lf.". 'f shout It. W. sre Fidflc c,i Headuarteri Wo, Bone ft SoVi TuUersMafk' VuZ' f"' (;"P"""I Tool., Fountain., niod' l ioVv CuT'lJI.rrl. Poultry Cure, t'reouuoue the great nhl, lre.ii,. In? .27- P-V.""' !?". the msTdiino. TZoSZW,, try raisers. Hce the much Inc. in m",a(lo.. ! -' ' ."ii'ii miuwiliu CaUlogtie free; If yi, PETALUMA IMCU 'oil want It, write 7W-7Ke-7&4-J6 Main atruet BATOI Uroel, Fe n uJ.. taluma, Col. i Ur. C. K, Uahall Wist t'nlnii, Minn. Blood Poisoned Hood's 8rparllln Purified and Cured. 1 was poisoned by Ivy snd llv oak, fsuslne liitlsmmallon, eruptions, snd Intense Itching and hurtling on my legs. I had hi slup wotk, snd Deolded to Try Hood's 8araparlll snd llo. d s I'llls M bowels hsd been Irreg ular fur ttva orals years. I hav laktii lies ly the whole bos of pills slid th Uillle of Satan p rllln and do iKt Imve any pnlatui avtupiien.. My howe's now nmre tegu'arly every duv, weighed Ittibrfoiv taking Honda runaj stlllit, Hood's Sarsa parilla Cures now I weigh Wl yoMii'. 1 hsv bom si wo k Steady st fs-m Ishor, that h'n mv o -eiiestlon. ave alneel ws cured liy Hood Haraprllla '' ti K. II 'llAl.l,, W at I'llU'U, Minn. Hoot's PHI Oeaa, Jullll llee. indlge II I. tier ll a, III Hull,. allot), rl ck.llt'edschv. DOCTOR THE GREAT CURE -roit- INDIGESTION -AMD- CONSTIPATION. Reeulalor of the Lhrer and Kidneys -4 riuirio rosv- Scrofoliitmiita,. sail KBBaa, Reoraigit lid ill Other Blood ltd ikli Dlieuei. It Is a osltlve rare tor all thoss eatufnl. dalt eata ooaaplalou aud onsapllcaled tioiiblaa sad weak naam com sua among our wives), saoUiars sad dans hu, ra Tbaattoolla Immadtala and laalln. Taaai Ihrea doaas of Do. fasoss's kaaanv ukan dsli kawps lbs blood cool, the liver snd kidneys act all traces of Scrofula, Soil kheua. or oar otbst form of blood din ass. no meolclua mtmt IntrodsMiad Is Uila nonnir has mal with such raa.lv aala. aor alvsu auoh aalvaraal aatlalacilon whaoavar saad as that ol uo. rtsnaa kshsdv. 1 bla raoiadv baa bean naod In lha hmnltala throughout lbs old world for lha naat ivmuv. Ova yaars as a apeclo for the above dianaesa, and ll haa and will curs whau alluUiar ao-call4 rc mod tea tall. Hand for Damwhlat ef laatlvaiHilala Imm ihnaa wbo have been earad by Iu uaa. brusglais aall It at 11.00 par bottle. Try It aud b convinced. ror sue oy MACK & CO., and II front St Son Franeisoo. Bladder, flrlnsrv and Livar ntaa, i Dropsy U ravel and Dla balsa ore cured bv HUNT'S REMEDY THS BEST KIDNEY AM0 UVK" MID"""!' hunt's remedy Unras Bright' Disease, Retention or Non-r MnUon of Urlns, rains la ths Bauk, Lotus or HUNT'S REMEDY fj?rtf,..,u,?,,'''-',t'" DImum, f)nr Debility, fecials Waakotss aud Ktoeasss. HUNT'S REMEDY Oures Blllouansss Headache, Jaundles. sour Itomooh, Dyspep.(a, (Jousiipailoa snd I'llos. HUNT'S REMEDY tVTSJ IT ONtlttnn Ik. U I..-. a , "d Bsiwela, requiring tbem to a he.lt hv a ill nea bass M'l.n Ml A IX DMIIWUMTfl. W. I.. ItOVOXJiH 0.1 KftOK equal, cuainin wi,,k, rtnling Irom 4 to $0, heat value for Hit- limner in ilia world. Niima and prico lamgieii on the bmiom. Kvrry warranteil, l uka no auhall. to. ties l-K-al miner. f,.r full deacrtptldn of our rotnpleto nra lor laaira ana gen tlemen or at-nd for sf ." 11 " la rw.frnrni witwij.. Im. . , njw lutTtr. taa-trauii of sealers who piuh our shoaa? THE ERICnOK PATENT SQUIRREL BOMB fT: la fenra fta.l I. , ,i ..... .. m.i .1 . I ' 'vaomuiailfl all Sllt- ...... unmiw iu inegrouiiu. Min nie, anfe ami certain. f,iee, $.1 per lutl bo.nba; boxed lor alilnmint ...ii. Ii eeiiou. nir uai, g.acni rr'i-on NAIOR CO., Moaoow, Idaho. eM.trl.lu... ..1, .., . ' . . - MA tafiii i , 1 ma fE irsrWV," af EaB?H S3 Mat Cough Srrop-TaMea Uinjd, Use ff I In ttma. Sow by dmior lata. M at .'