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"With Hood's Sarsaparilla, and am con» vinced it is a great medicine,''-this is the substance of 40,366 letters by actual count, received in two years. They tell of cures of all blood diseases, loss of appetite, rheuma tism, after-fever weakness, that tired feeling, nervous weakness, dyspepsia, catarrh. Q No Equal— "1 can say from experience that Hood s Sarsaparilla is without an equal " Emma L. Bowman, 11 Beacon St..Lowell,Mass. Eczema-"! had eczema and tried every thing 1 heard of, but nothing helped me until I took Hood's Sarsaparilla. Thanks to this medicine, I am now well." Georoe Vanal stvne. South Bethlehem, N. Y. ^ Muscular Rheumatism-" My father had muscular rheumatism. Was confined to his bed. He took two bottles of Hood's Sar saparilla and was entirely cured." Bertha L. Perrin, Box 1026, Springfield, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold everywhere. In the usual liquid, or in tablet form called Sarsatabs. 100 Doses One Dollar. Pre pared only by C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass. THE MAN WHO SWEARS BY HiEFISSBMND SLICKER is the man who has tried to get the same service out of some other make '} Clean • Light - Durable Guaranteed Waterproof and Sold Everywhere at $300 ILLUSTRATED CATAE06 ' run FOR THC ASKING $1.50 Per Column, up ers' two The cure ble now of for of car, by in in and IFF mm Colonial columns sold by dealers gen erally at about twice the price we ask. We sell cross panel doors as large as 2'8"x6'8", 1%" thick at $1.50 per door. Windows, 24x30, 2 light, at $1.22 per window. Send for price lists. Don't buy a window or a door anywhere from anyone until you got our price lists and see all that we cau sell you. We have our own mill and we sell to anyone, and have only one price. We make ship ments anywhere and guarantee safe de livery. l'rice lists mailed free. Write today. O. B. WILLIAMS CO., 1010 Western Ave., Seattle, Washington. of of of Conservo" Preserves Wood, prevents decay, dry rot and ( attacks of insects of all ( kinds. Three cents worth 1 of "Conservo" will double j the life of a fence post. Sills that rest on or near] the ground can be given in creased life, and worms, germs and odors killed. Just the thing for stalls, ( mangers and chicken coope. ( Decay in piles, wharf tim bers, etc., is arrested. Ask your dealer about "Conservo" Sted-Clad Gr ubber ! _ ; j I I j ; i ; ! llapb«- Strong»*, Bail»* Handled Grabber Made. Will poll MORE and LARGER STOMPS with BBSS EXPENSE than any otber. Writ» for Demripflv* Circular and Prloaa JOHN S. BEALL» Manufacturer Ml Hawthorn» Arena» fi Portland, Orafioa . Beware Ask for I nland Crackers Beware of cheap crackers packed in Imitation red packages by the cracker trust aa on Ora| «noam Waxh SpNU bated Catalog free to any addnaa. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Color more goods brighter and faster oolors than any other dye. One 10c package colors silk, wool and cotton equally well and la guaranteed to give perfect results. Ask dealer, or wo send post paid at 10c a package. Write for free booklet, how to dye, bleach and mix colors. MONROE DRUG CO., Quincy, Illinois. FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION Much Good and Profit at Wenatchee, Wash. The Wenatchee Valley Fruit Grow ers' association was established about two years ago with about 300 stock holders and was capitalized at $15,000. The object of the association is to se cure better prices for fruit and to ena ble the fruit growers to dispose of their fruit though a medium of their own, and not through the hands of wholesale buyers, who buy only what they care to handle, the amount bought by them being regulated too much by the supply and demand of their own trade. The fruit growers now bring their friut in and dispose of it to the association, who search for market, and after disposing of it charge 10 per cent for selling. During the past season the prices for the handling of fruit have been follows: Five cents a box for peaches and packages of like size, 7 cents a box for apples and packages of similar size. Three hundred cars of fruit have been handled, approximating $1000 a car, making the total amount handled by the association valued at about $300,000 for the year 1907. One feature of the business of the past year was the Dig apple pool held in September. One hundred and one cars of apples were held by the as sociation, and bids were advertised for in all parts of the United States. New York, Pittsburg, New Orleans. Washington, D. C., Chicago and other large cities throughout the east and middle west were apprised of the fact and bids came in from every direc tion. When the bids were opened it was found that the best price offered for apples came from the east and south, and the 101 carloads were sold at prices far beyond the expectation of One of the Essentials of the happy homes of to-day Is a vast fund of information as to the best methods of promoting health and happiness and right living and know ledge of the world's best products. Products of actual excellence and reasonable claims truthfully presented and which have attained to world wide acceptance through the approval of the Well-Informed of the World; not of individuals only, but of the many who have the happy faculty of selecting and obtaining the best the world affords. One of the products of that class, of known component parts, an Ethical remedy, approved by physicians and commended by the Well-Informed of the World as a valuable and whole some family laxative is the well-known Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial effects always buy the genuine, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading druggists. ' BLOOD JBMBBB ! This was six years aa-o AND SYS TEM DISORDERED Catarrh is not merely aa inflammation of the tisanes of the* head «*2 throat, as the symptoms of ringing noises in the ears, mucous dropping bach ; into the throat, continual hawking and spitting, etc., would seem to IndL j cate ; it is a blood disease in which the entire circulation and the great« I part of the system are involved. Catarrh is due to the presence of an excess I of uric acid in the blood. The Liver, Kidneys and Bowels frequently bo j came torpid and dnll in their action and instead of carrying mS the refuss and waste of the body, leave it to sour and form uric add in the system. ; This is taken up by the blood and through its circulation distributed to all parts of the system. These impurities in the blood irritate and Inflam« i the different membranes and tissues of the body, and the contracting ; of a cold will start the secretions and other disgusting and disagreeable symptoms of Catarrh. As the blood goes to all parts of the body the ca tarrhal poison affects all parts of the system. ' The head has a tight, full feeling, nose continually stopped up, pains above the eyes, slight fever comes and goes, the stomach is upset and the entire system disordered and ! I had Catarrh for about fifteen ? !**"**! d yeara, and no m<yn oonid have time to try to cure Catarrh with sprays, inhalations, etc. Such treatment aui ted. Ÿliion^eg-an^L *nd does not reach the blood, and can, therefore, mprovemsnt do nothing more than temporarily relieve ■* the discomfort of the trouble. < To cute Nobody thinks m> than I do. IspMr, SCloh. every Symptom dlSA restored. S. 8. S PURELY VEGETABLE strengthened and built up. Nothing equals S. 8. S. for this purpose. It attacks the disease at it» head, goes down to the very bottom of the trouble and makes a complet« and lasting cure. 8. 8. 8. removes every [cle of the catarrhal poison from the ood, making this vital stream pure, fresh and healthy. Then fha inflamed mem branes begin to heal, the head la loosened and cleared, the hawking and spitting cease, appears, the constitution to built up and vigorous health also tones up the stomach and digestion and acts as s fine tonic to the entire system, If you are suffering with Catarrh begin th« use of 8. 8. S. and write us a statement of your case and our physicians will send you literature about Catarrh, and give you spacial medical adviol 8. 8. 8. is for sale at ail first class without charge. me SWIFT BPECIFtO CO., A W.LDOVGLAS fS^SBOES/*^ $300 >350 Douai aa mi «12,10,13. any othar n MEMBER OF THE FAMILY, MEN. BOYS, WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN. W. L Dtmglam mmkmm and aolta mor» am M«y *•!<# im, fit battar, mmJoimw, amm 1 er sra af a» veto* ttUm any oIkwar« ma In tha world to-day. " W. L Dwgtas $4 and $5 Gilt Edge Shoes Caimet Be Equated At Anj Pries _W CAVTI OSf. Vf. I. Doaglas name and prloe a Ratnpad on bottom. T«k f Bold by th« beat abo» dealen everywhere. Shoe* mailed from factory t,» apy p«rt of bated Catalog free to any addnaa. Fast Color MKchuindg* ed at in or a a Is It Your Own Hair ? Do you pin your hat to your own hair? Can't do it? Haven't enough hair? It must be you do not know Ayer's Hair Vigor! Here's an intro duction ! May' the acquaint ance result in a heavy growth of rich, thick, glossy hair! Use this splendid hair-food, stop your falling hair, and get rid of your dandruff. The best kind of a testimonial — "Sold for over sixty years." A so manufacturera of SARSAPARILLA. PILLS. CHERRY PECTORAL. yers ! I i I j the leaders of the pool. The apples sold for an average of $1000 a car and netted large sums to the fruit growers. The fruit was all delivered and the money paid before the money strin gency came on. An inspection of the books shows that the largest proceeds from this year's work of the association to any one individual was William Turner, who lives just about a mile and a half from Wenatchee. Mr, Turner had 18 acres of six year old orchard and 10 acres of five year old trees. The books show that he shipped 8779 boxes of apples and received for them $18,544.80. Ninety-three boxes were sold for $162.55; 22 boxes sold for $48.70; 1000 boxes of light colored apples sold for $1000; 200 boxes are still held by the association for sale. Send Photo by Wireless. Paris.—Transmission of photographs by wireless telegraphy is the assertion of Pascal Berjanneau. He says he can transmit photographs to any distance, and suggests that it would be possible between Paris and New York or Chi cago just as easily as between points only a few miles apart Although the price of pork is in creasing, the farmers find themselves confronted with the necessity of feed ing hogs until next fall on account of an unprofitable market. ONLY ONE "BROMO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Look for the signature of K. W. GROVE Used the world over to cure a cold in one day. 25c. Roumania is the most illiterate coun try in Europe. The last census shows that in a population of about 6,006.000, nearly 4,000,000 neither write nor'read SEVEN DIE AT CROSSING. City A Big Four Train Hits Toledo Electric Car. Toledo, Ohio., Feb. 16.—Seven per sons were killed and a dozen injured when a Big Four passenger train struck a Toledo & Western electric car at the Michigan Central railroad crossing in West Toledo, Saturday night. The dead: James Meyers, motorman, Toledo; Roy Fisher, West Toledo; Mrs. Wil liam Fisher, West Toledo; Clarence Beech, Mrs. Clarence Beech, Sylvania; two Beech children. According to a witness of the wreck, ! which occurred shortly after 8 o'clock, I the conductor stopped at the crossing i to flag the car across. Seeing the I train coming, he motion the motor j man to stop, but this signal was either misunderstood or not seen, or disre garded, for the car came ahead, with sickening results. Luck Said to Be Portion of a Well Known Whatcom Rancher. Bellingham, Wash., Feb. 19.—Francis Drake, a Whatcom county rancher, is sole heir to the estate of Ijord Francis Drake, whose death occurred at Cal cutta recently. The estate is valued at $13,000,000. Francis Drake rati away from home when he was 11 years of age, and for 37 years Lord Francis was unable to locate him. Ten years ago they got into communication, with the result that Lord Francis Drake an nounced the Whatcom rancher to be his heir. s IS HEIR TO $13,000,000 HAM LEWIS SUES FOR FEES Will Soon File a Claim Against M'Donald Estate. Chicago, Feb. 18.—Colonel James Hamilton Lewis, former congressman from Washington state, chief counsel or Dora McDonald, who was acquitted of the charge of murdering Webster Guerin, will file a claim in the probate court against the estate of Michael Mc Donald, gambling king, for fees in con ducting the successful defense of Mrs. McDonald. The Hague a Peacemaker. "To The Hague conference we are indebted more than to any other causes that now the entire civilized world is enjoying the blessings of a general peace,'' said Jacob M. Dickin son, a representative of vthe United States at the first international peace meeting, to members of the Industrial club of Chicago at the eleventh dinner of the organization recently. Mr. Dick inson is president of the American Bar association and general counsel for the Illinois Central railroad. "No one but a dreamer," said Mr. Dickinson, "ever expected all war to be abolished. The world was not ex pected to be petrified into states in their present form without the possi bility of change of territory." Spokane Car Men Protect. Determined to put an end to repeat ed holdups on streetcars, and alarmed at the fear growing among its carmen, the streetcar companies posted a notice in the barns offering a reward of $500 for the apprehension of the criminals or information leading to arrests. How's This? We offer One Hundred DoQla.ri.Reward for any ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured b» Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Prone., Toledo, O. We, the undenlgned, have known K. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business tranaao tons and financially able to carry out any ob ligations made by their firm. Wi Wi gists, Toledo, O. B8T A Truax, Wholesale Druggist»,Toledo, O. Waldino, Kin-;an A Marvin, vV holesale Drug Hail'» Caiarrii Cure 1» taken internally, not ing directly upon the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. Price 75c. por bottle, gold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills are tha best. The memory of John Muir, Califor nia's writer and nature lover, will be perpetuated in a forest reservation near San Francisco, made up of giant redwoods and towering douglas firs, thousands of years old. It has been designated the Muir national forest. A and in ter it a of VACANT GOVERNMENT LANDS. BLUE PRINT MAPS OF STEVENS ouuty showing all vacant government land, $2.50. Township blue prints of Stevens, Ferry, Okanogan, Douglas and Chelan co'un lies, $1 per township. Frank R. Corbaley. 85 Washington street, Spokane, Wash. Milton D. Purdy, assistant to the at torney general, "chief trust buster," and originator of the receivership in novation in trust prosecution, will shortly retire from the department of justice. Purdy is said to be slated for a circut judgeship in the eighth circuit. PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS I'AZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protrud ing Idles In 0 to 14 days or money re funded. 50c. Mount Morgan, New South Wales, is a veritable mountain of gold. It has produced 2,471,303 ounèes of gold, worth $20 an ounce. FITS St. Vitus Dance and all Nervous Dis eases permanently cured by Dr. Kline'i Great Nerve Restorer. Send for FREE $2 trial bottle and treatise. Dr. R. H. Klin*. LcL, 981 Arch street, Phils., Pa. Holland butter is being imported into Chile and sold at 45 cents United States gold a pound, while the Chilean product is sold for 60 cents a pound. T. Mother» will find Mrs. Winslow'» Soothia« Syrup the beat remedy to nae for their chil dren daring teething period. The Gutsch mountain of Switser land, 7000 feet high, was climbed last summer by a centenarian. The right ear is generally larger than the left Jaqtres Mfg. Col Chicago. gb OUNCES Fqq' mANFO cO Stands for Quality Economy In providing the family's meals,don't be satisfied with anything but the best. K C is guaranteed per fee tion at a moderate price. It makes everything better. Try and see. or Money back BORAX IN THE DAIRY A Matter of Profitable Interest to the Farmer and Dairyman The problem of keeping sweet all the itensils used in connection with milk and cream selling, and butter making, as been a serious one witn the farmer. He has come to realize fully that the slightest taint or hint of staleness left in a can, tin or churn may ruin a whole output; that the taint which is left is in the form of bacteria which grow and multiply in milk or butter, producing disastrous results. The farmer has learned that hot wa ter won't rinse away the greasy resi due in dairy utensils. He has learned that soap leaves a residue of its own which is, if any thing, worse than the milk or cream residue, and it is little wonder that there lias been a constant clamor for dairy cleanser and sweetener that will meet modern requirements. A few of the largest creamery es tablishments have called experts into consultation on this problem and have with this scientific aid hit upon a pro duct of nature which exactly fills the bill—borax. Scientists have long know borax as cleanser, a sweetener and an anti septic destroyer of bacteria and germ growths. Destroys all that is harmful and promotes and preserves freshness, sweetness and purity, relieving the dairyman and dairy housewife of drudgery and of needless work and worry. Its cheapness and value should give it first place in the necessities of every dairy. The cow's udder is kept in a clean, healthy and sniôoth condition by wash ing it with borax and water, a tabie spoonful of borax to two quarts of water. This prevents roughness and sore ness or cracked teats, which make milking time a dread to the cow and a worry to the milker. The modern cleanser of all dairy utensils consists of—one tablespoonful of borax to every quart of water need ed. Remember—a tablespoonful equals four teaspoonfuls. Be sure that you get pure borax. To be sure, you must get "20-Mule Team Borax." All dealers. A dainty book in colors, called "Jingle Book," sent free to any Mother sending name and address of her baby, and tops from two pound cartons of "20-Mule Team" Package Borax, with 5c in stamps. Address Pacific Coast Borax Co., Oakland, Cal. Drydock Engineers Return. San Francisco, Feb. 5.—Otto Wein er, Charles Bradley, J. II. Van Horn, T. Meyers and Walter E. Rudolph, engineers, who were in charge of Ü 10 drydock Dewey on its trip from the Atlantic coast to the Philippines, have 0 A A 'Ehe Kind You Save Always Btugfit Itas borne tlie Signa tur« ef ChM, H. Fletehar, and baa been made under his MHODal raperviskm for ever SO years. Allow no one to demhe you In this. Counterfeits, Imitations and ** Jart-M-good" are but Experiments, and endanger the health of Children—Sxperiiaau against Experiment. What is CASTOR IA Oastorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Od, Pare geric, Europe and Soothing fftyranps. It is Pleasant. It est tel a» neither Opium» Morphhie nor other Nsmotie substance. Its are to its gmrnntoe. It destroys 'Worn» and allays Feverishness. It uno Di»rrh<ea and Wind Golfe. It relieve« Teething Troubles .enres Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tha fltemnrfi and Bowels, giving fcuuMby asvd natural Sleep» Tha Children's Panacea—Tha Hotter 1 « Friend. The Kind Yon Hare Always Bought Beera the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. THE ENDLESS CHAIN With the coming of spring, squirrels, gophers and sage rats regularly appear, to devastate the fields of growing grain. Early in the season, when their natural food is scarce, their numbers may bo greatly diminished by a systematic war fare upon them. Every female killed be fore the young are born, reduces tha number of pests at least ten later on. "Woodlark" Squirrel Poison is the most reliable and destructive agent yet devised for their extermination. It is an abso lutely certain instrument of death for squirrels. Every kernel is warranted to kill. Climatic changes, dew, frost, or tha moisture of the earth do not effect it» strength. It requires no mixing or prep aration, and is always ready for use. No other is so good. Dealers will refund the purchase price, if not as claimed. The Hoyt Chemical Co., Portland, Oregon [PROTECT YOURSELF!] Lvery-day Legal Knowledge 1CL--—-T lor you Libor«] examination privilege kJ no deposit no obligation to buy jf* 151 l*< ; I reached here on the transport Crook and will proceed east. The Dewey left the Atlantic coast on December 28, 1905, and arrived at Olongampo, Philippine islands, on July 10, 1906. It was uninjured by the long voyage in tow of tlie colliers Glacier, Brutus and Caesar, but was in great danger of destruction at one stage of the voyage, when it broke away from the colliers. Engineers Weiner and Ru dolph will go to Panama in the service of the government from Washington. Coming Big Rings Fights. February 21.—Freddy Welsh vs. Packey McFarland, at Milwaukee. February 22.—Mike (Twin) Sullivan vs. Stanley Ketchell, at San Francisco. February 25.—Jimmy Britt vs. Bat tling Nelson, at Los Angeles. February 28.—Cyclone Thompson vs. Rudolph Unholz (possible), at Sau Francisco. Small Tub. 16.—While its par Baby Drowns Butte, Mont., Feb. ents were at dinner, the 19 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Ayres of Divide, near here, toddled out of the back door into a small till) of water and drowned. The baby was found with its head downwards in several inches of water. The Kansas Wheat Mixes Better The commissary general of the army has decided to purchase for shipment to the Philippines Kansas wheat, wnich shows the best results in mix ture with California flour. This means that no more contracts will be award ed for Australian flour, which lias hith erto been shipped to the islands.