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Be on your Guard. If some grocers urge another baking 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 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. INCIDENTS OF ARMY LIFE. tTnpteasant Social Experiences Sometimes . Experienced In Port and Garriaona. Notwithstanding the fact that the offi cers of the American army 'are the very pink of courtesy, they sometimes in . post and garrison life have very unpleas ant social experiences. An officer in a garrison is assigned quarters not accord ing to the necessities of his family, but in accordance with his rank. It therefore comes out quite frequent ly when a new officer - is sent to a post that thore are many changes of quar ters, so as to make room for him. When a new major arrives, for instance, he selects the quarters that suit him best, it matters not who occupies them, pro vided the occupant is below him in rank. He can turn ont a major lower on the list or any captain or lieutenant, e: l each of these when dispossessed can choose for himself what quarters suit him best if occnpied by an inferior in rank. One move, therefore, may make a dozen others. The women of the ar my, it is said, are greater sticklers for their rights than the men. But the men themselves, while preserving all the forms of highest courtesy, sometimes push their authority to the fullest limit For instauce, at a two company post in the west some years ago a captain of infantry was in command, as his com mission was of older date than that of the captain of cavalry also there. The two captains were mutually antipathic. In their official intercourse all the forms were observed, but still it was plain to all that they cordially disliked each other. One day the senior captain or dered the junior to take a file of men to the forest and cut the firewood needed for the winter. This duty ordinarily would have been given to a sergeant or corporal The cavalry captain had no recourse and was obliged to obey. Just as be got outside the post the mail, Which came only now and then at in tervals of a week or so, arrived, and the cavalryman stopped for letters. One j of these brought lnni bis commission as major. He at once issued an order taking commrud of the post and. then another order assigning the wood chop ping duty to the late commandant Chicago Times. 'Good When Ton Find It. ' Judge Caldwell of North Carolina was slow to see the point of a joke. On trying a case on one occasion the solic itor called in vain for a witness named Sarah Mooney. As she did not answer he informed the conrt that he could not proceed "without ceremony." The bar laughed, but the judge looked puz zled. Some weeks after that when at home the point dawned on him, and he broke into a loud laugh. Upon bis wife inquiring the cause of his merriment he explained that the solicitor bad call ed Sallie Mooney, and when she did not answer he had said he could not procsed without ceremony. The wife said she did not see the point The judge said it bad taken him three weeks to find it, but when she did see it it would be very funuy. Green Bag. A Bank Failure. AN INVESTIGATION DEHANDED. A general banking business is done by the human system, because the blood de posits in its vaults whatever wealth we may gain from day to day. This wealth is laid up against " a rainy day " as a reserve fund we're in a condition of healthy prosperity if we have laid away sufficient capital to draw upon in the hour of our greatest need. There is danger in getting thin, because it's a sign of letting down in health. To gain in blood is nearly always to gain in whole some flesh. The odds are in favor of the germs of consumption, grip, or pneumonia, if our liver be inactive and our blood im pure, or if our flesh be reduced below a healthy standard. What is required is an increase in our germ-fighting strength. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery enriches the blood and makes it wholesome, stops the waste of tissue and at the same time builds up the strength. A medicine which will rid the blood of its poisons, cleanse and invigorate the great organs of the body, vitalize the system, thrill the whole being with new energy and make permanent work of it, is surely a remedy of greatvalue. But when we make a positive statement that 08 per cent, of nil cases of consumption can, if taken in the early stages of the disease, be curkd with the Discovery," it seems like a bold assertion. All Dr. Pierce asks is that you make a thorough investigation and satisfy 'yourself of the truth of his assertion. By sending to the World's Dispensary Med ical Association, Buffalo, N. Y., you can get a free book with the names, addresses and photographs of a large number of those cured of throat, bronchial and lung diseases, as well as of skin and scrofulous affections by the " Golden Medical Discovery. " They aiso publish a book of 160 pages, being a medical treatise on consumption, bronchitis, asthma, catarrh, which will be mailed on receipt of address and six cents in stamp. ft PAINTINGS OF CHRIST. The Face a Depicted by Some of the Mora Modern Artiata. moueru . Among ine more mooern paintings representing the Saviour is that by Cor- reggio, painted in the sixteenth cen tury. It represents Christ with short curly beard. With long waving hair, sur mounted by a crown of thorns. There is a look of mute anguish on his face that is heartrending, but nevertheless the face is rather weak. The most terrible likeness is that painted at about the same time as that of Correggio by Albert Durer. It rep resents a powerful face, with a Grecian cast of countenance, with eyes distorted by pain and anguish, and even a trifle of anger is apparent The Christ of Raphael, a contempo rary of both the above, is an essentially Italian work, the face being Italian, although the model for the forehead and upper face was ' evidently a woman. The BembrandcChrist of the seventeenth century wears an unpleasant expression about the month and has too long a face to be perfect, yet it is one of the great artist's last efforts. Perhaps the most fantastic picture of Christ is that painted in the fifteenth century by Leonardo da Vinci. It rep resents the Saviour looking over his shoulder, a cynical smile on his face. A band may be seen in his hair, evi dently drawing the head to one side. It cannot compare in beauty, however, to the same artist's face of Christ in the famous "Lord's Supper. " The noblest and the grandest is tba by Titian, painted in the sixteenth cen tury. It is a face of resignation, of firmness strong, yet mild; mild, yet strong. Titian was 90 years old when he painted this, and it is considered as one of his masterpieces. Of the absolutely modern paintings j of Christ those of Munkaczy, Ary Shcf fer and Gabriel Marx rank highest Still every one of these is an imaginary pro duction, and the Saviour will still con tinue to be the "Man of Mystery. Edgar Mels in Home and Country. The First Posts. The first posts are said to have originated in the regular couriers established by Cy rus about 550 B. C, who erected post houses throughout the kingdom of Persia. Augustus was the first to introduce this Institution among the Romans, 81 B. C, and he was imitated by Charlemagne about 600 A. D. Louis XI was the first sovereign to establish posthouses in France owing to his eagerness for news, and they were also the first institution of this nature in Eu rope. This was in 1470, or about 2,000 years after they were started in Persia. In England in the reign of Edward IV (1481) riders on post horses went stages of the distance of 20 miles from each other in order to procure the king the earliest intel ligence of the events that passed in the course of the war that had arisen with the Scots.- A proclamation was issued by Charles I in 1631 that "whereas to this time there bath been no certain intercourse be tween the kingdoms of England and Scot land, the king now commands his postmas ter of England for foreign parts to settle a running post or two between Edinburgh and London to go thither and come back again in six days." Chambers' Journal. Breaking Up tha German Army. A story is told of a certain young New York woman who was recently abroad. While walking out in Dresden one day the stolidity of the soldier sentinels pacing back and forth like automata attracted her notice. A sudden impulse seized her to test this cast iron rigidity, and waiting till one bad passed she slipped into bis little sentry box. When be reached it on his re turn, marching with measured precision, she suddenly jumped out before him, ery ing "Bool" in his very face. The soldier was completely upset at this unexpected performance and actually dropped his musket and ran away, while the young woman, having tnus routed a portion of the German army, walked on and demurely rejoined her friends. The incident, it is said, came to the ears of the emperor himself, who expressed a wish to meet this extraordinary young woman, but Miss admitted that ber desire did not equal his, as she was not sure in quite what light ber jesting Impulse would be official ly regarded. New York Times. A DOUBLE BACK-SOMERSAULT. A Baking Powder Company Was Too Haatjr In Its Claims. A Chicago baking powder concern, ad vertising far and near that its product received the highest award lor strengtn, purity and excellence at the Chicago World's Fair, has been obliged to take a double somersault backward. Mr. John Boyd Thatcher, chairman of the Agri cultural A wards, has written a letter to the said Chicago concern showing it that its advertisingstatements, speaking mildly, are incorrect, while the Judge of Awards on Raking Powders sends an other in which he brands the claim of the pretenders as false, in the most un mistakable language. Since, comes the second exposure to the effect that this baking powder, for which these spurious claim have been made, was actually found by tba Exposition chemists who analysed it, to contain ammonia! Is this the reason that the commissioners declined to give it an award for purity j and wnolesomanesaT WELL-KNOWN PEOPLE PROMINENT PERSONAGES FROM FAR AND NEAR. People Who Have Gained Dlatlnctlon In Their Particular Sphere lu Life Both In Thl Country and Abroad Hot. Mary Baker Kddjr. Rev. Mary Baker Eddy is the founder and head of the Christian Science Church, which denomination has just erected a magnificent structure in Bos ton. costina over I2W.000. The Boston church was organized by Mrs. Eddy and the first meeting held on April 19, 1879. Mrs. Kddv was born in Concord N. II., in 1825. She married Colonel Grover at an early age, but he lived only one vear. In 1806 she met with severe accident and her case was pro nounced boneless bv the physicians, 1 One Sunday morning, when her death was hourly expected, she suddenly be- ,W8re 0 angelic pref presence and uiin istration, requested those with her to withdraw, but soon to their bewilder ment, she walked into the adjoining room. Her friends thought that she had died and tiiat they saw her appari tion. Since that time she has been a believer in the principle of divine heal ing, which she has preached for nine teen vears. In 1887 she married Dr, Asa Gilbert Eddy. A. C. Wllllaton. Archibald Williston, of Cumberland, Md., is a very popular man in cycling circles. He was a leading candidate for president of the League of American Wheelmen, the new officers of which were elect- d bv the national assemblj held in Sew York City February 18. Mr. Williston first came into promt nence bv a display of his ability in tin counsels of the Maryland division, li iid not take long for a man of his at tainments to get into the national body, and for five years past he has been one ol the most prominent in league work, He was last year chosen first vice-presi dent. King George. With the rumors of a rebellion and insurrection in Greece attention is di rected to the ruler of the country. King George, the present ruler, is the second son of the King of Denmark, and was born December 24, 1855. He is a brother of the Princess of Wales and uncle of the Czar of Knseia. Otho I., the late King of Greece, abdicated in 1863, and the throne was then tendered by a ma jority of the Greek people to Prince Al bert of England, but the English people refused to accept the the nomination. It was next offered to Duke Earnest, of Sax-Coburg-Gotba, and declined. Then it. was offered to William Ferdinand Adolphus George, who accepted it, and has since reigned as King George I. He was married at St. Petersburg to Prin cess Olga, daughter of the Grand Duke Constautine, on October 27, 1807. His reign has been mild, and he has suc ceeded to some extent in winning the favor of the people. Toad Baperatltiona. Superstitions as to toads having been early inculcated, it has been exceeding ly difficult to get rid of them. One rem nant of this ancient credulity still ex ists. It is in regard to the absolute im perishable character of the toad. There are well educated Americans who be lieve that a toad hops ont alive from a slab of stone, though he has been im prisoned there for several millions of years. We give in brief Dr. Buckland's experiments with toads in 1825. He took 1 2 toads and had the toads put in 12 cells cut in sandstone, and over these he pnt plates of glass. They were bur ied in a garden for over a year. When exhumed, they were all dead. Then some were pnt in porous sandstone, and ,n" nala ? 7'rT, , "greatly emaciated." When buried for , ..,1.. . !, 1I T 1 uuiuu j mi , wicj au uiou. ivwii -co inclosed in wood, and tbey all died. Tha conclusion is that, deprived of at mosphere or without food, toads must die. If a toad as a tadpole could have entered a crevice lu a rock, it might have grown, but wonld have died in time for want of air and food. This toad nonsense is so irradicable that it is snpposable it never can be dissipated.' 1 ' EVILS OF FREE MEDICAL RELIEF. Dow Loudon Dispensaries Tend to Drag Down Many Otherwise Ouoil reopie. Gratis medical relief tends to pauperis in definite ways. The out patients beg'" bv getting nhysio and presently get food and the system "leads tlteni afterward nneiilv tn solicit necuiiiarr aid." This vitt ating effect Is proved by the fact that dur ing the 40 years from inju to iww mo 111 orease In the number of hospital patients has beeu live times greater than thelncre.ise of population, and as there has not been more diseasa tue implication is ouviuus. Moreover, the premiss of advice for noth ing attracts the mean spirited tome c.wn that "the poor are now Doing enuiwtii. ousted out of the consulting room by wc' to do persona," People of several Imntliv a year, even up to a thousand, apply as t natienta. going in disguise, SO per cut 1 the out uatients in one large hospital hal ing "given false addresses" for the purp;s( f concealing their identity. Swarming as natlents thus do, it result that each guts but littleatttmtlmi.a minute being the average for each, sometimes ! ing diminished to 43 seconds. Thus those for whom the grat is advice Is Intended get but little. Often "assistance given Is merely nominal" and "is both a deception on the nublio and a fraud uuon the ttoor. These gratuitous medical benefits, such as they are, "are conferred chiefly by tho members or the unpaid professional stalls of these charities. Some of them prescribe at the rale of 818 patients in 8 hours and -JO minutes a process siifliciently exhausting for men already html worked in their pn. vate practice and sufficiently disheartening to meu with little private practice, wno thus give without payment nltl which other wise they would get payment for very much needed by t hem. So Hint the 000,000 a year of the metro politan hospitals, which, if the annual value of the lands and buildings occupied were added, would reach very nearly il,000, 000, has largely the effect ot deinoralixiiig the patients, taking medical care from those it was intended for and giving it to those whom it was not, and obliging many impecunious doctors and surgeons to work bard for nothing. These various experiences, then, fur nlshed by societies and institutions sup ported by voluntary gifts and subscriptions unite to show that whatever uenents now from them are accoinpauied by grave evils evils sometimes greater than the benelua. They force on us the truth that, be It com' pulsory or noncompulsory, social machin ery wastes power and works other effects than those intended. In proportion as beneficence operates indirectly instead of directly it fails in Its end. Herbert Spencer in Popular Science Monthly. The Reading of Janvier's Poem. An incident related by the late actor Murdoch is very characteristic of Abraham Lincoln. Few who lived through the war have yet forgotten the mera of the "Sleep ing Sentinel," which was written by Jan vier in commemoration of an act of clem ency by Lincoln in pardoning a young Ver mont volunteer at the very moment wnen he had been led out to be shot for sleeping at bis post. The first public reading of this poem by Mr. Murdoch took place at the White House, the president, the poet and a large assembly being present. Before reading the verses aloud Mr. Murdoch pri vately pointed out to Mr. Janvier a slight poetic license, where he hod described the arrival of the president with the pardon as being accompanied by the sounds or rolling wheels, whereas Lincoln had ridden ou .horseback to the place of execution. Janvier thought it a matter of very trifling consequence, and the reading pro ceeded. At its close the president and many of the party were in tears. Lincoln, wiping the telltale drops from his cheeks, said hastily in a smothered voice, "Very touching, Mr. Janvier, but I did not go lu a coach." "Oh, well, Mr. Lincoln," said Senator Footo of Vermont, "wo all know you would have gone on foot if it had been necessary." "Yes, but the fact is I went on horseback," insisted Mr. Lincoln. Bos ton Transcript. An Interview In a Cemetery. In the neighborhood of Bay Grove hill. the sun pouring down Us rays with such Intensity that you would have to dodge here and there among the tombs and be hind the monuments to escape physical prostration, two men were busily engaged mowing the grass with a scythe and plant ing flowers. They were smoking pipes. and when asked whether the notices in all directions and in large letters, "Smoking Strictly Prohibited," was meant seriously or was a joke they stopped and scratched their beads. Oneof them finally spoke up, "Shure, sir, a poor man mustdo something for a livin." "Do you attend to these graves all the year round?" "Purty much that way." "Who pays you?" "The florisht, sir." "Who pays the Boristf " He removed his pipe, threw down bis scythe, and leaning over the front railing began to think. 'Who pays thenorisht? That's a mighty quare queatshun." Well, who?" Who but the people that's buried then, av eooree." New York Tribune. Hade Him Sick. It is said that Bryan Waller Proctor, known as Barry Cornwall, who wrote the well known poem I'm on the teal I'm on the seal I am where I would ever be! was the very worst of sailors. When we read that he was so seasick that he could scarcely bear the sound of a human voice. It becomes apparent that bis wire s conduct during bis affliction could scarcely have been reassuring. As he lay 00 the deck of a Channel boat. covered with shawls and a tarpaulin, she bad the pleasing habit of bumming a strain of his jovial sea song. The poet who loved the sea, but loved it best at a distance, bad very little life Just then, but what force he bad was used In the entreaty: "Don't, my dearl Oh, don't!" Yet no doubt be loved the sea. Youth's Companion. Tho Progressiva Multiplication of Germs. Germs of contagious diseases are capable of multiplying themselves with marvelous rapidity. A single germ, when placed in surroundings favorable to its growth, quick ly divides into two. Each of these divides itself again, and so on, the number soon reaching into thousands. It has been esti- f mated that by the end of 24 hours a single germ will have multiplied itself Into more more than 16,500,000 genua Dreadful Possibility. It was evidnnt that they were man and wife and were returning from as sisting at the wedding of two of their friends. "Wouldn't it be awful, "she was heard to say to him, "if they were to live together long enough to find ont that the silver we gave tbetn was only plated?" Indianapolis Journal. . Wife Beaters In Gern.a7t They know how to treat wife beaters In tttiymnnTf Tha Virnta 1 hnhn.1t1 Viaa i -! the week, turn over hJ. , huif ,, ., " "" r" ""J go to jail Saturday night and Sunday. About two weeks of this sort of fun takes all the wickedness out of a fellow. New York World. Did Ber Beat. Miss Elderly I shall never marry. Laura Probably not, but yon made a brave fight Philadelphia Timet. . TH WKONU WAV. Tom la a way of looking at tain, that Is curious and wrong. Ths old Mitts, "proor of the pudding is In sating It," ii sound sent. And another "urvsr con demn before trial." In ths treatment or anything, treat It in good fnllh, 10 when innrmllies beset us, beset them with good will and force. Thousands have in this way overcome the worst forms of rheuma tism by using 8t. Jacobs Oil. Never shrink from what is known to be by thousands a positive eur for this dread ooniplaint, and that is ths thing to reuiovs th trouble ami olvt the doubt. What Aluminium la, There are many misconceptions about aluminium that are widespread and which It seems difficult to correct in the pnblio mind. Aluminium it not. section for section, a vory strong metal. It is only one-half as strong as wrought Iron. It has a very low elastio limit It is not rigid, but bends under a trans verse strain readily. It U in It alloys that its utility oommences to appear. With 8 to 13 per cent of copper or alu minium brouse we have one of tha most dense, finest grained and strougest met als known. New York Telegram. Aa Kagar and a Nlwplnc Wind, A continuous down pour of rain, Inclem ent weather, generally in winter and spring, are unfavorable to all olasses ol In valids. But warmth and activity inliised into ths circulation oounteracts these In fluences and Interpose a defense against them. Hob teller's Htomaoh Hitters, most thorouith and effective of stomachics and tonics, not only enriches the blood, but accelerates Ita circulation. Fur a chill. Dremonitorv svnintoms of rheumatism and kidney ooniplaint, particularly preva lent at the e masons, it la the best possible remedy. It is also invaluable for dyspep sia, liver ooniplaint, constipation and ner vousness. Never set out on a winter or spring journey without It. Klderly par koiis and tha delicate and convalescent are greatly aided by It. She Pan. la aavlna that Yml Ita too lon wnen you call ou me. He All right. 1 will uot couie so early alter this. THIS BUST TKACIIKB. The Arabs say that ths beat Teacher Time. That is true, especially when year after year enforces ths sams lesson. For more than thirty years Allcock's Posous Plastib have been in use in every part ol ths world, and tha testimony Is universal ss to their value as an external remedy for pains 01 every kind in tna nacs, onest ana side. Home people have learned the lesson 10 well that they try to imitate tbfm, and (he result is a boat of counterfeits, all pre tending to be just as good as Aluxhs's Poaous Plastebs, and unconscious that by this very statement they acknowledge that Ai.i cock's Posous Plasties bold the first place. Be sure and get ths genuine. B bah dsbth's Put al ways sot uniformly ahe(bltterly)-Befonyns married me I wsa an antral. I'll never be (hat acaln, I uppoag? Me (sarcastically) won, 1 iivemuope.. DISCUSSES THK FBVIX INDUSTKT, Much favorable comment Was expressed at the Portland Fruit Convention over publication devoted to the fruit industry, issued by ths new competitor for Eastern traflio, the Great Northern Railway. This document waa handsomely printed and illustrated and treated every feature of the business and every truit locality in Oregon and Washington with perfect tairness and iruiniuineas. at suureasing v. u. mm van, General Agent, Portland, Or., or I. Whitney, G. P. 4 T. A.. O. N. Ity. St. fatal. Minn., and asking for the Great Northern Fruit Bulletin, it will be sent tree. IOO BKWARO -I0O. Ths readers of this paper will bs pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure m all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall' Catarrh Curs is ths only positive out Known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh mg a constitutional disease, requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon tha blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying Hie foundation the disease, and giving ths patient -ireman ov nutiuing ud tna oonsiiiuuoi and assisting nature in doing ita work The proprietors bsve so niuoh faith in it curative powers, that tbey otter One Hun- ired Dollars lor any cat that it fails lu cure, eenu tor list 01 teninioniais. Addresi, F. J. CHUNKY ft Co.,Toledo, 0. Hold by Druiigisu, 700. PI AMOS Hatdman Ch Ickerlna Fischer. Low prices; easy terms, tut ml by WIluEV B. ALLKN CO. (tha oldest and La rgeat miulo store), 211 First tit., Portland. Tar GiauxA for breakfast Use EnamellneStove Polish: no dust, no amel 6l ds ou6hs rou Sore Throat and Diphtheria have for over 50 years yielded to 'am nd they always ill. Scalds, Sprains. Bruises, Burns and Cuts are also promptly cured by it use. Popular for 50 years most pop ular to-day. Made only by Perry Davis & Son, Providence, 1 A SURE CURE FOR PILES Itchin PIlMknatrn rr moi-Lnre lika Tmrnfiiriailori nn inusiiMt ircmnawuen warm, imi lonm and iuioa, Hia us ur rrijtruuiuc rum yintu m vur u DR. BO-SAN-KO'B PILK REMSDV. 'blob sots dbantlr on parta affaotad, abwirbatamoia, al- ir icenrog, anaemia a pamianatifi eura, fnea Hw. tasagiMa at awl Ot. livaaukt,, i'liUada., fa. aa. Haf Oaaaaaaatl-ee and people who bare weak luns or Aitb ma,sbonldnas Plao'i Cure for Consumption. It has ear UaaaaaSa. It has not Intnr d ona. It Is not bad to take. Ulstbe bauaoogbtrrnp. Sold even bare . Mat. tmMm n n r Pure Mich Dllood Is essential to K: ..1 1 lu vltnl ,.! Iiaullll Uses us ul la tha Vltll lllld WIIIUII IIIPI" f,;,.rg..iiswltblllb and ths pow.r l in form their functions. Hood's Sartaparltla ucti directly upon ths blood, making It rich and pur. and giving It vluditv nd Ills giving ouailtieS This il why llmst's Bar "ti'iarilla Cures when all other preparations uttd iim-crltitloiis fail. ,,, . "I1 have tried Hood's Hsrsapsrilla and found It to bs an excellent modiolus Rir Im pure blood. I highly recommend It." FABNIi K. I'HIOIIAHU, UtlCS, N. Y. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Great Blood Purifier. Hood's Pills -rferrk- It IS sold on a guaraniwa By ail oru lata. It cures inolpisns uonaurnpu-si Lid lathe beat Oouca sod Croup (Jura, DR. GUMS IMFBOVXD UVER PILLS A MILD PHYSIC. INK PIT.!. TOR A lnR. A m it n aol Of tna bowola 4Mb d ia aan M lulth, 'IHa pUU aupulj that tlia araMa luai 1 to maka it waiilar" tW iu-. il-j hi Unhlao ba 1W and Jlaar the tioiil.ilim ball Ibao oamatlca Thar 1SI1I11- artpa aor luctma, 1o ennln '"" will maitffitntil UokN-l MK1X UU. I'alladpbia.ta. lua I. MC a mil mm iit .. n. 1 Ely's Cream Balm! Cleanses the Nasal Passages, Allays I'nln nil Inflammation, Restores the Senses of Taste and Hmell. Heals the Sores, Apply Balm Into aach anatrll. IIli iluoa..M Warmi St., M. V IIIEBIMN HPEFOUNDEKS'CO. PALMER A REY BRANCH Cat. Second and Stark Sta., Portland, Or. FRAZER AXLE CREASE BEIT IN THI W0IL0, lis wearlnsqualltlaa are unsurpaaaed, actually mitlaallns two bniMOl any other brand. Kroe Irom Animal Oils flKT THK UKND1NK, FOH BALK BY OHKUON AND WASHINGTON MKKCHANT1-1 and Dealers (euerally. CHICKEN R4ISIXQPJYS If y-itl use the PrfalaajS ! Incubatere Braadara. I Maka money while I oilier are wasting I ill TT?V lime Dyoiaproceaaea. Cataiogtellaatl about u 1 111 I aS Pim It.and describes every 1 Vfl illustrated anicie neeaea lor inej TU Catalogue poultry business. The "ERIE" mechanically the t.rat wheel, freltlrat model. we art Pacifio Coast Agents. Bicvrlt cala loins, mailed frrf.glrta miMraeriotion, prices, etc., omts wnimm. FETALCM A IHCtTBATO CO., FetaUma.Cal. IIkascU Hot'na, a, S Main St.. l.oa Anualcs. NO DIRT OR SMOKE. four Wile Can Hun II. Ilereultt Oa or OwuUm Engine. Palmer 4 Bey, 1. 1 Cal. and Ponlaad, Or. W. P. N. U. No. 687-8. F. N, V. No. 604 E.tab. i86. CORBITT l 211ft., r- 11 I BOets. andis. f mjk I 1 1 W r I 91.UU Hottlt. XAM " I I One cent ados2 KbLS LJ k ismtm i ri IHPOKTRRH. HHII-PINtl and cnMMlMHmu uiui.mn. . .. . . .T .77 " . HI.. T. cn o I.... . 1 - - "vi on1.,ri"w?'"001 "" erpool: Mvernmil fltie, tjoaran and Ijiinn Koek . 1 ri'tnmed n heat Uaaa. linn lHrl... u,.i, n. i-ii. u'ki.... . .1 1.7. r 1-, - . 'ui Irish Whlaky, Brandy and Wlne, . . IU UIM, PUfaatlr aTar Asfgt afW stti afar Allittjg I-aaHMaMMBMM is the whole story of ImlUtloa tradt arks and labels. about j W W HA SOPA j 111 flZrtfaffPC totenomoreth-'Pkat:e8oda-nevcTrx)lli j 111 iu VIU$ flour universally Kknowltjdged purest In the world. Hade only by CHURCH k CO., Rev wmc mow M.im sea Mammer Book WW MALARIA! Thrfsp rinwfi. on It, Try It, HOW TO SAVE MONEY. new price 1 tat, which will be out soon, pry granulated sugar In KKMb. i termiiM?" L"??000' 40 " P P0""? Beet brands ol Hour per barrel ....... !l 15 1 MARK La OOHM A OO. 144 Hlooil Ii HI, and upon (lie purity and vllalllV of Hit blood ilie ids lbs health of Hit whuls system. Tha bast blood pun. Her is Hood's arsaparllla This is proved beyond any doubt by (lit wonderful cures which have Iwvn soooni. pllshtd by till medicine. Weak, tlrtd, nervous men and woman lull of new strength tnd vigor and steady ntrvts givsn bv HimhI's Haraiiiisrllla. Hultvrtrs from sfeeplasansss.wroriila.salt rheum and Hit severest forms of blood dlsaasts hava found relief In Hood's. This is becauM Hood's Harsapjrllla purlflss (lit blood. Hood's Pills "ii"- W. L. Douclas l3 SHOE ! ran a "no. . . lUK UUVrt IX, rtHNCH a INAMUUO G ALP. 4.31VFlNtCAUkl(AN0Am 3.V P0UCC.3 SOUS. :.l7JB0Y$'Smta3H0H . LADir.a aWs" -VnrKToN.J-ULa. Over OM MMIfe PaIs waar I ha W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes All our shoes art equally satisfactory They five ths kast vela for lbs "; thar Miwl custoat Sboas In .vl ant fit. Thoir wearing taalltlee sra anaurraaaa-. fha prloaa ara Jallora., at.mr-d oa suae. ProaT 1 1 a J saved ever olher makes. JJ your daman can nut suppli rou " out. R. HALL'S PULMONARY BALSAM Tha Baal I't HK (or (:--, Cold sad ianaMBils. Sold by all ltui lu Prh-c, K cauls. I. K.UATIU co .l'roprlelora, 417 eaiwiua Ht., S, r. Leave Itoubtmi steads alona. Tha heal ara easy lo gal, and eoal no mora. Aak your dealer lor FERRY'S SEEDS Always (ha baat. Known everywhere. ar a Aaaaal tat IMa lulls you I Haul r -tint, now, ana wusn 10 niani. . 11 rr Until. Ad.lroaa , D. M. Pt-BUV CO., Datrsll. Mlda. Manhood rtuorad. I the iifait sad vital force al plaou and low araf II gives vigor, power and ilia is lbs vhal orsat at Ntghl AiniMlonft, Waak wamory, Alrop y.baau Wtaknau, alt., Suralycurad by rOllllACNt navuas-s ssasav ami aoii The oi won Jarful achiavamanl la MadltalHt lanes. Tba only acknowl adg4 parmanaal curt iiiaraniaad. Na York addrew iis-iif Fuhoa St. F.ay to carry la vtfti pock at, 1'rKa f 1. Sis for j. Stat la plala all DrugtfUia. traaaaaania. eaarvia. waaa S aa. eaaar ssaata) NEW WAY Portland, Walls Walla, Hpokana, via U.HAN. Kallway and (ifvat Northern Hallway lo Montana puluia, Ht. . Paul. Minneapolis, Omaha, HI. Loula, Chi cago and kaal. Address EAST uearwt ageft- V. V, llunavau, Uen. All., Portland.Or.i H-CHUp Venetian. Aar.. Manilla. raan.i v. u uixon.uen aki. sis sane, waaa. No dual; roek-ballaal liars; Duo scenery: pal. arealaeplns and dlnltiffoara, bnrfot-llbraryoars( family tourtit si as pert; now equipment. KM) -. -IIII - ... .. rO OHILOma) TIITNINO tSe cala W all atata. Sa Oaalaal ilsll. nwsMMMWsassw MaCLEAY CO. mo. moa. "om. Mpee lal ImporUt Irom China. Japan nd In w uav Hall. rjh-mle.la of .11 kt..d. i1..!.,. " v, ..7.'.- rz'Tl. .- 1 - miir, nan m im. nnoM I orup. noiiion ana llw lUHIII IM truM. I'll II II. A Nil IIH i-ft(jtt0rfBuhb, Ti, Sold by irocen erery-bere. f ymlmmblt B4prRK. 1 1 i. JX YOU FKKL, BAD? DOKH YOUH HACK MheT T)os evanrstam smm a bnrden? Yon nd MOORE'S REVEALED REMEDY. you tin. Arbuekla's m.ff i so I front Stroot, Portlttntf. Or, Front StfMt. Portland. Or.