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Schilling's Best baking powder goes a third farther than any other ; gets to work quicker ; makes sweeter cake. Schilling's Best tea makes good cake taste better. Schilling's Best baking powder and tea are Jbecause they are money-back. TOPICS FOR FARMERS A DEPARTMENT PREPARED OUR RURAL FRIENDS. FOR What it the missing word? not SAFE, although Sihiliing't Set baking P uer ana tea mrt sale. : - ' Get Schilling's Bttt baking powder or tea at your grocers'; take out the ticket (brown ticket in every package of baking powder; yellow ticket in the tea); tend a ticket with each word to address below before December 31st. Until October 15th two words allowed for every ticket; after that only one word for every ticket. If only one person finds the word, that person gets f 2000.00; if several find is jooo.oo will be equally divided among them. Every one sending a brown or yellow ticket will receive a set of cardboard creeping babies at the end of the contest Those sending three or more in one envelope will receive an 1898 pocket calendar no advertising on it These creeping babies and pocket calendars will be different fiom the oues offered in the last contest Better cut these rules out. : KU Address: MONEY-BACK, SAN FRANCISCO. Tourist Trafllc la Ireland. Ireland is now being opened more than ever for visitors. Its attractions are being more prominently placed be fore tourists, and increased facilities hare been provided for viewing ita many natural beauties. The presence of royalty cannot fail to give a stimu lus to tonrist traffic. NURSERY STOCK Send us names for Free Catalogue". Bnell Lamberson, . Portland, Oregon. APri.ES PEARS PEACHES PLl'MS FeukksAc FARMERS iJr, W.TM HAcnml 10 Pvr YOUR (Q ICS CLARK'S RIGHT-LAP Plow an4 Ssieder Combined. Thoroughly workt tbe Soil to a depth of S to S inches. Leaves 110 Plow Crtiat. flares the seed 3 tosiuchesdown, thoroughly covered with light, loose mil. Every farmer that has used it RECOM MENDS Is. l'oor Froneh Cannery. ; The gunners of the French navy are not to be congratulated on their marks manship if the results of the target practice of three of the larger war ves sels at Toulon are to be taken as a cri terion. The guns of the three vessels biased away at the old wooden dispatch-boat Petrel, utilised as the tar get, which was set about 4.000 yards (two miles) awav, until 300 charges were expended, enough to have snnk a whole squadron of each vessels. The , ret rel is still afloat. This is some thing like the target practice of the flagship Pensaoola. the frigate Iroquois and the training ship Jamestown in San Francisco bay at the centennial cele bration of 1876, when at a range of one mile they bred for over an hour at an old scow anchored in the stream off the Presidio, which was rigged as a monitor and filled with combustibles, without hitting it once. It was planned to drop a shell into it that would fire it and blow it up, but the defective gun nery of the fleet and of Fort Point, which joined in the bombardment, made it necessary to send ont a boat to it and apply the torch to it by hand. 1 ne excuse at the time lor. tne poor markmanship was that the ammuni tion used was old and worthless, being a part of the surplus on hand at the close of the war. Make Good Entrances to Fields Mow Orchards ft lion Id be Cultivated -Winter Grain Aftsr Potatoes mut oa Sweat Corn General Farm Mote. Washing Hatter. . Years ago It was generally supposed that In order to make really Hue but ter one must not allow a drop of water to touch It. Of late years, since we be gun, to hear so much about grauultir butter, we have been Instructed to wash It In successive waters until this was drawn off clear, or free from mllkl ueaa. It is my oplulon that neither one of these policies Is the right one to fol low. I have tested this matter of wash ing butter for a number of years, and have come to the conclusion that eltlier extreme Is to be, avoided. To wash It, even In granular form, will give us a butter that will not decay or turn 1 growing of weeds which suctt out all the moisture as fast as rnlns bring It to the soil., vt v-.i ' , Fmut on tweet Torn. Every oue hits noticed the fact thnt smut Is much mora prevalent n sweet corn than on that grown In the Held for feeding. Not only are the stalks of sweet com moie tender and Juicy t ha u those of the lull! grain, hut tho harvest' lug of tho sweet com Is always done by breaking off the car when It Is In Its most succulent condition, ,-. Of course a single case of smut propagate tup' Idly under such conditions,, especially If the picker feels of each cur to judge whether It Is In ttt condition for use. Tbe pressure of tho ear wtiti-H this method of judging Involves Ju'iilses the stalk and gtves opportunity for the smut spores to propagate. In too many gardens sweet corn Is grown in mtcv cession. It Is not an eshuustlvo crop, and were It not for the smut, the prac tice of growing It lu succession would not be a bad oue. '? Fruit Bettrr t.ian CaVs, Used lu moderation and whs fully ripened fruit will do no harm to any- ImuIv Tim lllfnl nimotttn of I'hlMron B,Mnn a a ' ,,.., .. . I, ...I .... ! - - - . ofu, oMila for something between .norotismy, out 11 wasnes out uiuch in , , . , , ,. u ,, -,K1W4111, WEEKLY MARKET LETTER. the flavor. Ou the other hand, while the flavor Is enhanced by not washing, the buttermilk left In It after working will tend to putrlticatlon, for, as we all know, there Is nothing which more quickly spoils and becomes 111 smelling than buttermilk. To work out all the buttermilk breaks the gralu, makes the butter salvy. Of ed to by the too lndulKcut pareut by giving a piece of pie or cuke. A healthy boy will digest almost anything If he has plenty of play to keep him active But even the healthy boy would fare much better if he were given a ripe apple or pear or peach. It la a nils take to suppose, as moat people do, tha these are hurtful lu hot weather. Ai! we will wash It In granular form ., , . , ,,. ,.... , ' ' """" '"7- Green fruit Is acrid aud astringent, lug upon quantity of water used and , , ..,... .. ,..,.., work In the salt until thoroughly In corporated, and call It finished-Jersey Bulletin. 100 REWARD, SHOO. FIRST ANB TAYLOR ITS, General Amenta for Orffos, ton and Idaho. PORTLAND, OR.. Washing- VIGOR UEl Easily, Quickly, Permanently Restored Weaknc, XervousneM, Debility, mua ui turn tnoa of rfla from Mrly error or laxer RICHtM ; u rMQit of OTOrworlC ickau, wor l 17. He Fail treojrh. I dr)opmeDt oatl too I gtren to over? orgmm I anil DfMrUon of tho bod'. I SlehdI. natBral mmtKai ' Immodiatc inipro-rnint eon. Fauinr imiMMaihlsx. 3,000 MforotMeM. Book. iplaoatioi. ond prooXf aiisxi oooiod fb EP.1E MEDICAL CO., ILpWA.5?; : -2T We want an srenl in each village and city, also to AGENTS work the country homes, selling our lloumt Bookm .uituble for cljildren. Only one person in each place will be atpointel. either lady or fcemlenaau; experience not necessary. Com mnaiiun. KeliaMe house. Write today. Address, PUBLISHER, 300 Post Street, San rranelseo, Cal. DO YOU WANT SEEDS Oct them at K. J. BOWICN'S, 201 and 213 Kroni street, Portland, Or. Also agent lor the Celebrated Clipier Mill; best farming mill in the world. Every farmer should have one. W rite lor prices. Dentists.... Get your supplies of as at cut rates Large stock sud low prices. Goods guaranteed. . ntay-Clirti l (a, Otolil Ccpd, Purtlaai A NERVOUS Debility sufTerer in an aggravated form shows it on his face a haggard worn-looking man. The same with women. But what of the man who has lost all vital and manly power, and yet looks like a phyoical giant? That is iust the question to which Dr. 8anden has devou-d twenty years of study. It is true that men Who look strong ARE weak in this respect. Dr. Kanden has found the cause and explains it in his little work, -Three Classes of Men," Which he sends free by mail sealed from observation, or can be had at his office. It gives full inlormation relating to Dr. Sanden's Electric Belt It might he worth your time to read the little look. Get it, or call and see this wonderful Belt. The readers of this psper will be pleased to lesrn that there is at leasi one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in allitsstages and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure s the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. , Catarrh being a constitutional di. ea. requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's starrnt ureisiasen lnternaUT.acmig directly uon the blood and mucous surfaces of the svs tero, thereby destroying the foundation of the dix-axe, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution arjd assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Hollars forany case that it fails to cure. Send for liit of tenimonials, Address, F. J. 1'HK.NISY, 4 Co., Toledo, 0 Bold bv druggins, 7ac. HaU'a Family Pills are the best. Dr. Max Schlier, of Berlin, has dem onstrated that by the use of Roentgen rays one can see bow sounds are pro duced by the voice in singing. HOME PKOIU'CTS AKO PI BE FOOD, All Eastern Syrup, so-called, usually very light colored and of heavy body, is made from glucose. "7Va Garden lrip" ia made from Sugar Cane and it strictly pure, it la for sale by rirst-class grocers, in cans onlv. Manufac tured by the Pacific Coaitt Svicr Co. All gen uine "Tea Gnrdm Iript" have the manufac turer's name lithographed on every can. A boy who reecntly died at the age of 13, in Indiana, from excessive smok ing, had consumed in the past five years 50,000 cigarettes. I know that my life was saved by Piso's Cure for Consumption. John A. Miller, An Sable, Michigan, April 21, 1895, The value of house property of Ion don ia (3,365,000,000; that of Paris, 1,430,000,000; that of New York, f 1,. sss.ooo.ooo . Try Schilling's Best tea, and baking powder. Kmploy Xone But Women. Women have displaced men in every branch of the machine shops of a bi cycle manufacturing firm having a large plant at Toledo, O. In this establish ment girls are now employed on mill ing machines, drill presses and other machines used in the manufacture of bicycle parts. The substitution of girls for men has certainly not been prompt ed by a desire on the part of the com pany to assist in the great purpose of making the female portion of the popu lation self-sustaining, but rather to se cure cheaper labor than their copmeti tors. Another L'sa for the Kay. In France, by means of the Roentgen rays, the sex of tbe silkworms is now determined while they are in the co coon. This deterimnation lias in the past been carired on uncertainly, usually by weight, the female cocoons usually being slightly heavier. Ftnne. t?nder Apple Trera. Many wiudfall apples would be little Injured If a velvety sod, free .rco stones were spread out under them. There Is no excuse for leaving loose stones where apples uiut fall on them. as the bruising destroys their market value. Orchards much cultivated are apt to have most stones on the surface. It Is better to leave the ground under trees In sod, mulching the surface to keep the grass from drawing too much of the soil moisture. Winter Grain After Potato 'a. Wherever the potato crop can be got off In time for seeding with fall grain, It makes the very best seed bed. No plowlug Is needed if the weeds have been kept down. It is only necessary to pile the potato vines In heaps and burn them, starting the fire In a brush heap. If the potato tops are too green to burn readily. A great deal of plant food Is developed after growing a crop cf potatoes. It Is largely nitrogenous, as the potato crop Is chiefly ater and carbon, with some potash, which ts mostly found in the potato tops. eases. But well-rliieued fruit eateu with moderattuu is good for everybody, Ihf Tnrnlp Yield. If runners would realise how uuuiy bushels of turnips can be raised from au acre, aud their value as substitute for hay In wluterlng sheep ami cows. no oue would be without at least hall an acre. They can be raised without cultivating or hoeing; are not au un certain crop. Any fairly good piece of laud, a clover sod, from which tbe liny has been taken, will do. Make a well harrowed seed-bed. For au acre, mix thoroughly half a pound of seed wall 200 pounds commercial fertiliser, aud sow with phosphate attachmrut of grain drill. Nothing more Is necessary. except, perhaps, to roll the ground. Last year, from an acre prepared as stated, 1.050 bushels of turnips wotf taken. Tbe Tribune. SANDEN ELECTRIC BELT CO. as Wast Washington gt., Portland, Or. PUaM mention tkti Paper. : r nfb l 1 Best C'i.a rro. Tmkm Good. Has I f I 1 ffna, Mtrinnw. 1 1 : jk Most Popnlowa Nations. The revised returns of the Russian census give the total population of that country as 129,000,000. This makes Russia third in rank among nations, China coming first with an estimated population of 400,000,000, and the British Empire next with 293,000,000. Slain and Foreign Trade. The capital of Siam has a consider able foreign trade. During 1895 the number of vessels that entered the bar ber of Bangkok was 618, and the im ports were valued at $20,000,000. The X rays are to be used in settling whether tbe old masters in New York are genuine paintings or not. If traces of a signature be found under the one now in evidence, it will be proof enough that tbe painting has been tampered with. A ton of Atlantic water when evapor ated yields eighty-one pounds of salt; a ton of Pacific water, seventy-nine pounds; tbe water in the Dead Bea, more than twice as much 187 pounds to the ton. Kntrance. to Fie'da. In country road making there is much plowing of roadsides and scraping awayoftbesurfacesoil. This la almost alwaysa mistake. But the fanner should ee to It that at least the work of road improvement does not obstruct the ea trauces to his fields. Making It easy for the fanner to use any part of his farm is for him about the most neces sary part of road improvement. Out of this field Into tbe road he will each year draw many loads, besides tbe loads of manure he will likely draw into It. If a plowed ridge or ditch ob structs tbe entrance to the field many wagons will be needlessly broken. If a ditch Is required In the roadside op posite a gate, the path master may be obliged to convert it at that point into a sluiceway, with stone or tile passage ror the water. An underdraln beside the road, three feet deep, with good out' let. Is the best way to Improve moat poor roads. But whatever tbe method adopted, the farmer should see to It that road Improvement does not ob struct gateways that he baa to use. Peed fiowlnsr. The usual failure In getting seeds to grow Is from sowing them too deeply In the earth. If It were possible to keep the seeds dark and moist, they would be all tbe better fiom being sown absolutely on the surface. Ev ery one familiar with forest growth must have noticed how forest-tree seeds, which simply fall to tbo earth and are covered by the few leaves or the remains of grasses, germinate without difficulty. In cherry trees, es pecially, the stones which have fallen from the tree, lying on tbe surface all winter, sprout and grow rapidly when spring time comes, and yet cherry seeds from the same tree, collected by the seed sower, sown In tin way In which seeds are usually sown, frequently fall to grow. In order to have seeds as near the surface as possible and ye' protected against drying up the great prince of American practical gardeners the late Peter Henderson recom mended for planting vegetable seeds that the garden line should first be stretched along In tbe direction where the vegetables were to grow, inink!e tbe weds along the line entirely on tbe surface, and then simply tramp them In the ground along the line. In this way no garden seed ever failed to grow If It were good, and garden seeds are generally good, for It has been found that even old seed, If guarded agulnst extreme heat or moisture, will continue to preserve its vital power for an In definite period. Still every purchaser desires to got seed as fresh as possible. If tbe suggestions given are borne In mind there will lie very seldom com plaints about the failure of garden seeds to grow. Meehan's Monthly. Cnltlvatlna Crchard-. ; Many people who plow their orchards In spring full to get the full benefit of tills cultivation by not continuing It through the summer. All fruit grow ers understand that when the orchard gets Into bearing It should not be crop ped. Hut If because there Is no crop growing tbe orchard Is ullowt d to grow up with weeds, these are more npt to rob the soil of what the tree roots re quire. - It Is not, however, fertlllly that the orchard most needs, It Is mois ture. The object of cultivation In the orchard is to keep the surface mulch ed, so that all the rains that full will sink luto the soli and be retained. Very shallow cultivation, repeated lif ter each rain, will keep the soli beneath always moist, for It will prevent tbe Potting Rep In Corn Fields. An Idea which we have lately seen suggested Is that of sowing rune In the cornfield after tbe last cultivation, A farmer who tried It last yenr say that bis land was fertile and the sea sou moist. The cos of seed and sow ing he estimated at thirty cents per acre, when the corn was cut tbe rape bad reached a height of about elgbteeu Inches and the sheep were turned luto the Meld. He believes It was worth 2 per acre to sheep, In addition to which the rape thoroughly smothered the weeds. As the rape Is killed by the winter there Is no danger of Its troub ling one the next seuson. Indiana Parmer. . " Pet Heea Wanted. With all the abuse that may be heap ed upon the fat ben because she does not lay, she brings more In market than any other kind of poultry except the turkey, and at times the difference In favor of the turkey Is very little. As the consumers are willing to pay good prices for fat bens. It la best to sell them as soon as they cease laying If In a very fat condition, as the time re quired to get such hens to the proper condition for laying again niny be weeks or even months. Tho best time to sell Is when you have the article the consumer requires, and at the present time the fat ben Is In demand. Port land Transcript. ' Live Mock Point. It Is a mighty poor p!au to keep scrub stock upon high-priced land. Dorset ewes have been known to pro duce m many as six lambs at a birth. They are enormous mllKers and good mothers. For raising lambs for mar keting at about three months old no breed Is better than the Dorset. The mutton of the older Sheep Is, however, not so good as that of some other breeds. New York Sun. Denning, Mopklfve Company's Kevlaw ' . , Trad. A low range of values for wheat. lint aeon established during the week aa the result of diminished speculation, In jreased receipts ami accumulating itocks, the market closing weak under these conditions, with still lower ten loiioy. Clearances continue, largo. Export sale have been only moderate, iiitl there seems to be a pause in tli European demand. . The diminished volume of speculation is probably ; the weakest feature In the market at pres ent, as the trade generally have accept ed as a faot that Europe wants all thd mrplua food product, that we have to lare. The presence of a so-ohIIihI bull clique' has boon largely respon sible for the decreased trado ami dona muoh to check tlu advance. The in creasing stocks would not prove sulll- cient to depress values, but lu conjunc tion with the lessened export ilomuud and absence of speculation tho current of the market has been turned ami un til conditions are changed a lower range of values is to be expected temporarily. Corn values have auffured a severe decline, due in part to local sieculatlve conditions. The salient points of weakness In the market, however, hava been the large receipts, enormous stocks and the Insufficiency of the cash de mand. The forward movement is now falling off. Farmers have practically ceased selling. The cash demand is also improving and a stronger maikot Is probable next week. Crop prospects are unfavorable. Herlotia damage lias occurred since the lust government re port was compiled, and the next report will show a very large decrease in the estimated yield. Present values are below the average for years past and in vite speculative buying. , The shortage lu the world wheat crop would io it self warrant butter values for com, but in connection with the serious shortage in the potato crop, etstimated at 1,000,000,000 bushels, it is apparent that corn will be in greater xort de mand than ever before. We regard present weakness as bnt temporary, and certain to be followed by much higher value. Inroads of Oarmea Trade, France Imported 1,000,000 worth of jewelry from Hurmsny litct year. This fact has caused O'limteiimlltm among the huge Jewelry uiauufiieturors in the Iminor country. The (leiinnti articles are nearly all of a cheap vurluty, and a huge proportion of the jewels which they contain lire imitation. It Is rath er striking to sen the (lermstis cutting Into a branch of trade in which the French have always been easily first. French exports of juwelry and watches continue to bo very important, Ju tho Far Kiist China and India tho French have almost entire control of the watch and jewelry trado, , TIIR lil.tKN. . This Is s synonym fof Hint Bloomy, hammed condition ol Hie mind which liss Us origin in dy.,.'i, All the tiKly spirits Hist, uiuU-r ih name of the "ttim," 'wht devils," "im'Krlms" and"mitllliirlti"tiiruii'hl Ihe'd vmiUc almost tH-sselcsHty, vanish whtn attacked with IIok tenor's siomnch llitlvts, that, moreover, aniil hllair liilioiismiMt, iiiislliailon. chilli and lever, kidney complaint, aud iicirvoustiuxs. An American ftuifmtist has recently discovered a new microbe which I par ticularly destructive to the tissues of the human body, and the most striking peculiarity of the creature Is that It is nearly all mouth, A magnetic well of great power has been struck at Howersville, five miles south of Jamestown, Ohio. Th: well w drilled 140 feel deep, and at this depth the drill becamu so magnetised that particle of Iron clung to it, Tho Hauls, to make handle for their tone axes, cleft the branch of a tree, placed the atono lu it and left it till the wound in tho wood had lieeu com pletely liculcd. a mothee'8 mm. . ' ' ""T " ' Your daughter are the most wr. clous legacy possible In thlt life. Tho responsibility fur them and their future I largely with you. The mysterious change that develop the thoughtful woiuaa tram the thoughtless girl, should find you oa tha watch day aud night A you car for their physical wU ' Doing, so win uio woman tfrfK tie, and so wlU her child- c run ue aino, tydla 12. rtukham'a " VegctiiUa Compound In uia sure reliance In tlil hour of trial. Thousands havo found It the tic. vor-fU. Ing power to correct nil iiregulwrlUw ami start tha woman on t he sen of life with that physical health nil should hnve, '. Womb difficulties, displacements and tho horror cannot exist In company with Lydln K. Plnkhnni'a Vegeubl Compound. VMS, Wlt.iir iHMUrttsa St scr mlem4 Jftjw a 9 i rr oi.ie fe 9 ll gum, i k b- brt rwe1 Z biii. ft i, Ot a I fir oWlilfes l-tbiof. Iimm.!"- lit hlla.w,ll- i CHS IIW gum. All (MM, OS I Wlt't! f-lMlt',aiir rsietHi, ir nwrmwa inim VMM II rortUnd Markets. Wheat Walk Walla, 79c; Val- ley and Blnestem, 8l8llc per bushel. fiuwr Best grades, 14.40; graham, t3.70; superfine, $3.60 per barrel. Oat Choice white, 87(1 88c; choice gray, 86c per buslnd. Barley Feed barley, tl930; Draw ing, $19(320 per ton. AlilIstutTj Bran, $14 per ton middlings, $21; aborts, $15.50. , Hay Timothy, $12(4 13.60; clover. $10fill; California wheat, $10 do oat, $11; Oregon wild bay. $9 10 per ton. t.ggs ledn.10 per dozen. Butter Fancy creamery, 45jl50o; fair to good, 85t340c; dairy, 80 30c per roll. - Cheeso Oregon, llu'o; Young America, IS.'vi'c; California, 0(3 10c put pound. Poultry Chickens, mixed, $3.00ri 8.50 per dosen; broilers, $3.00'' g. 75; geese, $87; ducks, $464.50 per doxen; turkeys, live, V10o per pound. Potatoes. Oiegon Bur batiks. 4 03 45c per suck; new potatoes, 60o per suck; sweets, $1.40 per cental. Onions Caliiornia, new, red. $1.35; yellow, 80o per cental. Hops 18 15o per pound for now crop; 1 890 crop, 6(tt!7c. Wool Valley, 141160 per pound; Eastern Oregon, 10 12c; mohair, 0o per pound. Mutton Grose, best sheep, wether md ewes, 8,s!3,c; dressed mutton, Bo; spring lambs, 6 ' per pound. Hogs (irons, choice heavy, $4.00; light and feeders, $3 i dressed, $5 5.50 per 100 pounds. Beef Gross, top steers, $3. 75 (8; sow $3.26; dressed beef, 45Jc per pound. Veal Largo, 4 ttf fSOo; small, 5sS6o per ponnu. - ;, Seattle Markets. Butter Fancy native creamery, brick, 28 (3 24c; ranch, 140 16c Cheese Native Washington, 10(4 11c; California, 9 'iO. fcggs Fresh ranch, 203Ia Poultry Chickens, live, per pound, hens, 10c; spring chickens, fi.60 (3; ducks, $3.603.7S. Wheat Feed wheat, $30 per ton. . : Oats Choice, per ton, Corn Whole, cracked, per ton, 23; feed meal, $33 per ton. Barley Moiled or ground, per ton, $22; whole, $23. Fresh Meats Choice dressed beef, steers, Co; cows, 6,'c; mutton sheep, 6(6,c; pork, 7c; veal, small, 8. Fresh Fish Halibut, 617c; salmon, t 5o; salmon trout, 7 lOojfloundeni and sole, 8(34; liug coil, 4(5; rock cod, 6o; smelt, 2;a4c . AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS. WE ARR ASSERTING IN TIH COURTS OUR P.K1IIT TO TUB KXli.lJSIVIC VMt Olf TH8 WORO "OASTORIA." ASI PITCHER'S CA8T0RIA," AS WK aik mark. . DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Iliannii. Maisachutetlt was the orifinalor of "PITCHER'S CAST0RIA," the am tliai has borm and does now n? on ewru bear the fuo-ttmile signature of wrapper. This is tht ordinal " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," uhlch has been used in the homes of tfo mothers of America for ovtr thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at tfm wrapper and see that it is tha kind pou Imve always bought nf sfTZZZu on ti and has the signature of(ZAf-&fc&U wrap per, A'o one lias authority from me to use my name except The Centaur Company of which Chas. It. Fletcher is President. March 8, 1S07, QA Do Not Bo Deceived. Vo not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which omj druggist may offer you (because be make a few more bennies on It), the ingredients of which even he doca not know. "The Kind You Have Always Bought" BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF Insist on Having Tho Kind That Never Failed You. Tlsnnthjr on fatifly Foil, Timothy grass Is often sown on sandy soil, not beeauw; It Is especially adapted to It, but because sandy soil is not easily seeded with anything, aud timothy, which can be sown late In summer and all through the fall, suc ceed rather better tlmu the grasses and clovers sown in spring. All sandy soils are deficient in mineral plant food. Timothy does not require much, either of phosphate or potash, until Its seeds begin to form. It does not need one quurter as much of these mlucru's or of lime as does clover, aud as Its roots run near the surface. It Is manured chiefly by tbe ammonia gathered by falling rains In their parsage through the air. When once seeded with tlm- otJhy, the grass will remain In sandy soil until It is starved out, and musses take its place. - Hawaii Hay Bring L" More Chinese According to a Ban Francisco paper there are In the United Htates 40,01X1 native born citizen of Chinese parent age. In San Fnaurjlmx) there arc 25,0OC to 30,000 Chinese, and their children are entitled to the rights of citizenship. The school cenaus shows l,f00 children loss than 17 years of age of Chinese parentage, and thl Is probably a very Incomplete census, owing to the dllll- cuMy of obtaining Information from the 1 hioTm tn o, A, , 86a black- 2080i. tokay. 20r30o; are 21,000 Ob near, and If the Islands M(.hc()i um0o. 'UcC x are - annexed the majority of theae will )x,x; phims 30m()o. crab BppieSi s$& be In San Francisco within a few years. g5c V Many of the Hawaiian Chinese nrel ,,,,, .nau,,.!....... asa iv UVUl,f jjf W, TTiltittv taJiU Utlbe $11 14; oat, $10 12; river barley, Ran Francisco Markets. Wool Choice foothill, 8 (312c; San Joaquin, 0 months' 79o; do year's staple, 79o; mountain, 10(gllc; Ore gon, 11 14a per pound. Hops 1018o per pound, Millstuffs Middlings, $ 1 9. GO 20; California bran, $18. G0ri 14.60 per ton. Unions mew red, 7080o; do new lilverskin, 85o$l per cental. Potatoes New, in boxes, 85(9850. Butter Fancy creamery, 87 28c; do seconds, 252c; fancy dairy, 38(324c; good to choice, 20g22oper pound. Eggs Store, lS2Bc; ranch, 60 & B2o; Kastern, 202fi; duck, 20o per dozen. Citrus fruit Oranges, Valencia, $1. 50(3; Mexican limes, $5; Cali fornia lemons, fancy, $3; do common,' $1.1)0(33.50 per box. I Fresh fruit Apples, G06Gc per I largo box; apricots, 2040o; Fontsin- grapes, 153fto; muscats, 20 married, most of them to Hawaiian women and In this population of 50,000 there would be uot less than 20,000 famllle. False Economy In Greece. Greece la, of course, now compelled $78; best barley, $1012; alfalfa, $810 clover, $8 10. ; Con Tints Cry for Tie. 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