11 ass ' upr
THE SAN FRANCISCO
URGES THE USE OF THE
Royal Baking Powder.
The magnificent tribute of the San Francisco Board of Health to
the reat purity and wliolesonicness of the Royal Iiaking Powder greatly
disturbs the manufacturers of the lower grado powders. Their envious
publications, however, cannot break the force of this unsolicited and un
biassed hih medical endorsement. Attached is a certified copy of their
(filial report, with the signatures of the members of the IVarrt in
We, the members of The Board of Health of
the City and County of San Francisco, cordially
, approve and recommend the Royal Baking Pow
der. It is absolutely pure and healthful, composed
of thebest ingredients of the highest strength
In our judgment it is impossible to make a purer
or stronger Baking Powder than the " Royal."
A. -sT a mm M s m t
, I '.
-mk'' nnth lht ha (In the
'Urn firm nf K.J (HUSKY
i.. In tliHinlv of l'"lf I 'Iiiiii)'
I. himI tlii hIi nnn wur imp
'.ItjiiJI.LAUH mr i'ficn
f ..'Itnlltrril inm -iuui vn viiwn
li KIUNK J. !I1KNT:V.
m me nml suIimtIIhiI in 1117
'v ul lnoembor. A. I' ll
mlnrrll lliin raunol Im Olllrwl
1 -ktut AuLh
things which aV,
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BOARD OF HEALTH
W Uv,'"LJf;.ars uo a tnember
or ma "'"fXciwli-my of Design do
olared Hint he .1 (,w .wi, ivt.iy that thi-re
were but ten , Now york who
Were 'Vj'king Ullcll .-,,(,") u y.-ar
by thr ,rt. Timt,8 ,mve chaagvll. We
UeaW K'M (k,a, lll)()Ut t)l0 crH-e fur
toAi?rt - d "lcut of "u,ive
Ef It all the same thero are not
mod liviiiJ" ""livi'H who aro making a
good imiitf ,.,.,,, uif .i,.,!-
are 11 puted to make 25,000 a
1 iininv live at a rate of
$10,000 without falling into debt
iiiiiK to cluus, owning cuuuuj
nml yachts, lmyiiii! "urimum
uts lor Miuiios ami mi iuhiimb ...v...
itli iil,.idor. Borne of the best paying
. 1 t ;..i.ttn. tiiit.ti
commissions that local imiiiture receive
are tlioso for panels, ceilings and other
docoiulivo work for Iew ur uoue.
New York bun.
t .l.fl.r,m rouiitv. Wis., there
18 t well mai wiueus mm
raiit iin lake of uukuowu Jeptu aua u
aiensuini; BUi ri'BB AMD HIM UVRD.
yt-iIUvey enw rupture, piles and all rec-
Hioul psia or detention from bust
S PIT. Also all Privnit ills-
unlet Dra. HmM
1 In his art of story
vteaorio In a lea
re la me at
arcs uici. f
THE BRAVE OLD CEDARS.
The bauaer of strrenm are wartej bright
From tower and bill and mountain.
Her enhoru aud pbalanxe ?lcA:a with Ught,
Iif sbintDS river and fountain:
Her armies are utandiDK in drew panda,
Equipped wlih a martial splendor.
But the gallntit old cedars are UDduimayed.
They die. but never surrender.
The maples. In close serried ranks, uphold
Their standards of red and yellow,
The orchard U burning in crimson and gold.
The meadows are ripe and mellow;
The sentinel poplar and sycamore
Give welcome to every uewcumer,
And doff the brave colors which one they
In honor of sweet, green summer.
But the cedars lift boldly their rugged anna.
The favors if autumn scorning.
And keep their green bravery, though the
Of surly winter give warning.
80 loyal and Irue. no valiant and strong.
The Bnows mill the tempests daring.
The gallant old cedars, a whole life long.
The same old standard are bearing.
' ZitelU Cooke In Voutb's Companion.
Language of Fowls.
Very tame hens often show a desire to
talk to you, and it is usually possible to
understand their menuing. Once a Co
chin, whose years and breeding entitled
her to a separate perch, came and stood in
front of me, looked me full in the face and
complained loudly of something I could
not translate further. Patient investiga
tion revealed that one end of her perch bad
slipped down, and Mrs. Bull bad do idea
of sleeping on an inclined plane. Another
time a nervous little leghorn met me at
the henhouse door fuiriy screaming and
jumping with excitement. 1 understood,
from the cackle which finished each sen
tence, that she hud leen disturbed on her
nest. I did not wonder at her new powers
of speeeh when 1 found the nest occupied
by my cat and three small kittens.
When the chickens lirst begin to move
in the egg, just before hatching, the moth
er hen ifi"M to t Item n low. rrnoninir sonff.
very sweet iukI uever heard at any other
time. A friend tells me that ber canary
startled her one day by an entirely new
call. It whs so plainly "Come here, quick!"
that she hurried to the cage to find an
enormous cat, with face pressed against
the window pane, staring in at poor Ned
a danger sullicicntly great to account for
the new call.
There are but two ways by which one
can hear animals converse. One Is by lis
tening to them when they are not aware of
your presence, always a difficult feat The
other is by winning their entire love and
conlldeuce. Coleman's Kural World.
All investigations among savage tribes.
where women are engaged in active out-o
door life, show that their strength and en
durance are en mil to t hese 01 men. Usual-
lythe drudgery mil aard work come upon
Dr. O. O. (liven, physician to the Indian
school at Carlisle, says: "The men, as a
rule! are not as well develoied physically
as the women, and are the drones of toe
Indian camp, while the women are tie
working bees." The American sqmwsj
are said to be "second only to the poiiess
In the size of their loads and In the dis
tance they can carry them." !
Dr. Kellogg says: "Among savage tabes
the women do most of the hard work. The
Mexican woman cultivate the groind.
cares for tho household, cooks the neals
and makes the clothing for ber lazy lord,
rears the children, and when movinfday
comes trudues olt with all her houtfhold
goods upon her shoulders aud the Toauger
members or her rumiiy on top or au oin
Icy says that the strongest andsosten-
durinit Dorters he found in Atria were
In Germany the peasant womn ton
beside her husband in laborious iilploy
ments, and ajiiiears to be as hetthy as
though she wore a man. Iu FrauceVfound
It a common tninu to see a line of jie dig
ging a trend for a water pijie anil a om-
an at the neaii 01 me line (resting
ground." 'ess. ,
Anirrlcvii Country Uosaas.,1
ericau families have nol yell
any ureat extent, and the con-Mj,
ditiims American me aecm not to - mot -
courn'-f""' "jouii'rjr uoines,
hWif uweilere sh esRoto to-onI
the f'i iu -r
ml t r niore su-e their priucipal ' ties
f ll.HA... ....... I!.. .kail
rem. vjuuii.i vA-tiuuiii,. ".
hou;ul oee'.irery lately uie civjr
hnii VTnytha rich American's real
miyiieio who nave retireu iruin
ontheir lumics in the country;
1 who now live ia town for
n andtrn to hhmuI three mouths In
vcraino in the country. Instead ot
Msruiiron wiicii state roatis aua electric
slule.j maUe the country moreacces
wt,ftrid tho expenditure in the country
iJiotiey made in town makes the
iral districts mure intcrcitiiiK; when a
Iflime siM'iit in uuiticy nettina iu Wall
reet or "The Swamp" ceases to be con
Ben'd "successful," there will be less difll-
ty than there Is just now in providing
the city man's Krandson may nave
a share of real country life that his
on, when it comes his turn to come
have sumetbing worth fetch-
of a Turkish Balls HraV
:ia't have a Pomtlan batb-
liiiu'iLilii' "-'. nor a
Mainiui, the most eiqnl
V soap to UMt as a waah
Wkfan have a Turkish
iy more important
3 H ueri" j
XATCRE'S grBE9T A LIT.
U nature did rot trnle rslnst dlra.
even in weskly constitutions, swilt indeed would
be thecourreof a miayio its lstel termlna
tlnn. Whl.e nature tin- Strug e le; us, I it
worse befall u, aid ber efforts with Judlciou
medicinal ne:p. Experience mut be our guide
in ba t is wltu di-eas, "d th"t "lmp to ou
feel" indicates Hos etcr "ton a h BUttrs at
sfe, tried and tnortrtub ally pf hat'. re. II M
bl cd be In ecte 1 with 1 ! , 'be b; wels snn
stomach are Inactive. U the idnys fall to ex
pel 1' purities of blc tbey are the u tm
outlet, a course of tbe Bltte s is he .iint re i
ancei f tnemffrrer.oue. moreov.r, thnt 1 r
tinned by profeMional iudotte ent aud nfe fm
nearly ha!I a century. No i- er;c i or fo ein
remedy has earned greater dint in tiou as a reiu
erty lor nd preventive of chn n'.c llvtr coi -plstut,
nia ria. mnrt'pstluu, kidney aud rheu
matlc trouD.e and atO.llty.
Spring ! coming,
All are eld:
Hm.pskiris with It,
MeH rd ad.
SAFE, SI KB AND SPEEDY.
No external remedy ever yet devised ha
so fully and unquestionably met these three
prime conditions as successfully as All
cock's Pobocs Plasters. They are safe be
cause they contain no deleterious drugs
and are manufactured upon scientific prin
ciples of medicin-. They are sure because
nothing goes into them except ingr dients
which are exactly adapted to the purposes
fur which a plaster is reouired. Thevaie
speedy in their action because their medic
inal qualities go right to their work of re
lievinir cain and renturi' g the natural and
healthv performance of the functions of
muscles, nerves and skin. Do mit be de
ceived by misrepresentation. Ask for All
cock's, an 1 let no solicitation or explana
tion induce you to accept a substitute,
"That vounir rreaeber we heird to-dawas a
One pulpit orator, wasu't lie?'' "Yen If he could
only control his voice. He woke me twice dur
ing the sermon."
Bronchitis. Sudden changrs of the
weather cause bronchial troubles. "Proton'
Bronchial Trochn ' will give relief, tiold
only in bum. Price, 26 cents.
Little Dot-Mamma favs th' calls full of 'lec
trl lty. Little Dick Of course. Put your ear
down on 'eran' you cau hear tbe trolley.
Use Knamellne Stove Polish : no dost, no smell.
Three Children Poisoned
When --were liv'J i',,'
Bhldreli. r..iw.oll.,lf.' 7 aJ."." c,r" JJtt
was well l,,rmo.lV ,r.ym ,',,?'-l
poisoned br In r.y.'i" K"!"!.,i?p. if
VM.-einatioii. 1,, At?nZ.;'
Uood s Sarsaparilla. , "'"S-tflui
rlOd's Sat Cures
na'urtil, llirv slept well and commenced
Kin In tli-sh. Tliey
Iiiitp not It a
SICK OSIT '.-.
o eiitiareu are more
licallliv." Mas. .Jans
one, Caiiturnla. ,
HOOD'S PlltS cure Consiiration bV-Wtto'Ing
Uie peristaltic action ol the alli.gui.iry caual.
Just a bad cold, and a hacking
couch. We all suffer that way some
times. How to get rid of them is
the study. Listen " I am a Ranch
man and Stock Raiser. My life is
rough and exposed. I meet all
weathers in the Colorado mountains.
I sometimes take colds. Often they
are severe. I have used German
Lives Were Siu'ed.
! Syrup five years for these. A few
' doses will cure them at any stage.
The last one I had was stopped in
7 hours. It is lulalabie. lames
A. Lee, Jefferson, Col.
A process that kills the
taste of cod-liver oil has
done good service but
the process that both kills
the taste and effects par
tial digestion has done
"Stands alone in the field
of fat-foods. It is easy of
assimilation because part
ly digested before taken.
SiVf's Emulsion checks Con
SHnt'im ami all other
:r !s!nc cftscttscs.
n with, they're
easiest to take.
seeds. Every child
is ready lor them.
Then, after ttiAvVn tnl-en inrH nf ,im
turbing and shocking the svstem, tbey act
in a mild, easy, and natural way. There's
no chance for any reaction afterward. Their
help last$. Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious
Attacks, Sick or Bilious Headaches, and all
derangement of the liver, stomach, and
bowels are promDtlv relieved and wrman.
They're put np In glass vials, which keeps
them always fresh and reliable, unlike the
ordinary pills in wooden or pasteboard
And they're the cheapest pills you can buy,
for they're guaranteed to give satisfaction,
or your money is returned. You pay only
for the 0000! yon get.
This Trade Mark is 01 the best
A. J. TOWER, BOSTON. MASS.
1 11c Dover
Has no wond ebvee. The
trst -uppht-H his noes - if he
, Ukeo uie wiw proutioa of
plant! og i
L rerrj i eed Annl, for im.A
InlortuatluD ahout Uaens and
Uanlf nlnsr. It is w-.irniuH
fcuihortiy. Kvery placer Rhould
have II KMif ).
w 5- m tJ
m. . . s ti.i
' Dnnhla th h ,.i I laiw fT si'ii
to Stock i a Perfect Farm Fed "'rile"V,!; '"' nnt "'retch, sinTorKetou t ofTba i ,e Harmi..
lit-M-ri nt I vp (!.,., ,i-. rt t.J- et Handsome euoinrh tn iimu,V,u. i ...... 1 "srmless
Tiv.id Flow, Gimifl.;"'-"'': l"PHtaloK1i.. ol Hnrtmsn 8M Plrte C
Hsitaia. Mf.C.. B"a"fTcl Wir,TS,'"" -" Always memion this pV-r
" ui Its. " r .
-b-. is now iii r
iirtjmbion that milt 1 Jc
irtEnF- tlje.Bsessors of 1 f
. The cxtraordinsy aid growinc:
sire on the part of the Oirectors that equal opportunities may be afford d for
the.rpurchasc,havernte necessary to enlarge the channels of distribution
To relieve themselvespf some resnon:ihii:tw n:M,i. L. . on!
. . r j, i,ctlyrs nave invited
ihAiUghout thj-Natioto uiite with the Bank in nio; r-,..L-'
Dollars on al Tr it MJ i, t
uonars on say. msddne that the
of SOUVENIR Qfts will be those
new auvaniages. r wv
$10,000 Paid For The First Coin
value. W55.tato -time enhance their
W TO GET
them. If m amwxuit mem in this
tut less than Five is. and remittino-
- . . . 6
Send lnstruos how to shin the
nfevtvn mlirA tML
Treasurer Wd's Columbian
.. - ":""
cil,a him al
AtUJld.MM.il .a.'r"" "l5 OUTS.
MAN"'3 B2f CUTTsw
Will mt .
Bones, Meat. Gristle audTif
Green Cut Bu.NEd wi:
doub lathe nnmber of etv
U1f7wl'' orry the nt
SHfely through the meiti,
fn.xl and p-it them
condition to lavwheu
coram n 1 the hlehe nr.." ,
and will doveur.e '
clinks fasu.r tuat
K -1 Crren Bnw ...
0t reenozem to si
thel,i o,nl oiiulll idb.
fly per cent more pro-t
rnd for Catalogue
KTALIIl IKCUBATCB CIEPT. PETlLni ri.
D..1 ! IL.Uf 1 .It sa
bet the Genuine!
BY NOT RIDING THE BI6MT
(CHO TOR mR frTAUMUt-TtlXl vou an
Mari)um BmipiNg -Portland Oregom
Tho Specific A No. I.
Cure, without full, all . .
bvn and no mailer of how loua
sum.' ton. Prevents stricture. It br"V an In!
t.Tiial rraiHly. Cures when everything else
bm failed. Sold hv all Druirrtltii.
Manufwtureni: the A. Sehoen hel. Medicine
K rim w-w m.s.ipiv, snt a-iwu ji nat ;HJ,
KfnH fnr ratnini.no
Iff, a, SCHROCK. ?1 Hew Montgamery St. S.F
nV'an Wovld '.? 8"a' B"bt; sen tour old Gold
i iiiiiis'l 1 1 is" Hi. . i yr i r
. wn western sa es A ot.. son " 1.1. ei
W mm M
nt to the Directors of the World's Columbian
If PeODle Will he rtcnicH th r i .
.. jifcoouic oi uccorrung
j tit: i 1 1 r i v i v s m m. -
of the Great VrtrVy
demand for the.v rn,ne t..
f'B v-uiuiiiDian tiair-
miw! nf tha -.i,
who are earliest in seizin, Unon
way! ind irect
"""-I ior eacn Ltoin nrderivl
ri ..1 ora"ed-
. UK wl" re sent free
X 6Xpress or
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ih. bt docior
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