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ABSOLUTELY PURE. The most Careful Housewife will use no other. ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO., FOR MODERN C00KINQ. I As"a matter nf useful information it may be stated that whenever a cooking receipt calls for a baking powder the "Royal" should be used. The receipt will be found to work better and surer, and the bread, biscuit, rolls, cakes, dumplings, crusts, puddings, crullers, or whatever made, will be produced sweeter, lighter, finer flavored, more dai'ity, palatable and wholesome. Be sides, the "Royal" will go further or has greater leavening power, and is therefore more economical than any Other powder. Many receipts as published still call for cream-of-tartar and soda, the old fashioned way of raising. Modern 00. king and expert cooks do not sanc tion this old way. In all such receipts the Royal Baking Powdor should be substituted without fail. The greatest adepts in the culinary art are particular to use the Royal only, and the authors of the most pop ular 000k books and the teachers of the successful cookiug schools, with whom the best results are imperative, aro care ful to impress thoir readers and pupils With the importance of its exclusive employment. The Royal Baking Powdor is the greatest help of modern times to per fect cooking, and every receipt requir ing a quick-raising ingredient should embody it. A FIFTEEN-MINUTE REST. "Do you remembor old Dr. L?" asked a woman of society the other day. "He believed in what is now Sailed 'rest cure', years and years ago. I remember very well a formula he gave me when I was first uinrried, which was practically the same thing that everyone advocates nowadays. 'When a woman feels tired,' he used to say, 'or discouraged, or depresed, or out of sorts generally, she should lie down and be absolutely quiet for fifteen minutes. The eyes should be closed, and the mind should be made a blank, as far as possible. No pillow should be used, the head reclining on a lovel with the shoulders. She should not even think of the time, but have some one to call her at the expiration of the time. This treatment,' ho used to say, 'repeated twice a day, has a wonderful effect on nervous women.' " The heart grows weary pumping blood up bill to the head. When it ceases to throw tho blood up to the brain, the face grows white and the person faints away. Laid flat on tho ground, the blood runs easily to the head, and the patient recovers. If the head is still lower, so much the better; and some times, when under tho influence of an esthetics, the heart ceases to beat, standing the patient on his head may save life. Christian. Dr. PIERCE'S Golden Medical DISCOVERY Cures Ninety-eight per cent, of all cases of Consumption, in all its Earlier Stages. Although by many believed to be incura ble, there is the evidence of hundred!) of living witnesses to the fact that, in all its earlier stages, consumption is a curable disease. Not every case, but a large per. cental; 1 of cases, and we bclicve,r 9S percent, are cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, even after the disease has progressed so far as to induce repeated bleedings from the lungs, severe lingering cough with copious expectoration (Includ ing tubercular matter), great loss of flesh and extreme emaciation and weakness. Do you doubt that hundreds of such cases reported to us as cured by " Golden Med. ical Discovery " were genuine cases of that dread and fatal disease ? You need not take our word for it. They have, in nearly every instance, been so pronounced by the best and most experienced home physicians, who have no interest whatever in mis representing them, and who were often strongly prejudiced and advised against trial of "Golden Medical Discovery," but who have been forced to confess that it surpasses, in curative power over this fatal malady, all other medicines with which they are acquainted. Naslv cod liver od and its filthy "emulsions'" and mixtures, had been tried in nearly all these cases and had either utterly failed to bene fit, or had only seemed to benefit a little for a short time. Extract of malt, whiskey, and various preparations of the hvpophos phiteshad also been faithfully tiied in vain. The photographs of a large number of those cured of consumption, bronchitis lingering coughs,. asthma, chronic nasal catarrh and kindred maladies, have been skillfully reproduced in a book of 160 pages which will be mailed to you, 011 re ceipt of address and six cents in stamps. Address for Book, World's Dispensary AjMtiation. Buflala, V. Y. ; I Officially reported, after elaborate com petitive tests made under authority of Congress by the Chief Chemist of the United States Agri cultural Department; Superior to all other Baking Pow ders in Leaven ing Strength. I 6 ft ft ft s a 10 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. THE CANDY GIRL. Have you ever noticed the difference of some of the girls in the candy shops when they fill a box for a customer? Well, the nice candy girl when this customer says, "Give me a pound of chocolates and bon-bons," smiles sweet ly, and nips up one of every kind, as though she was the purchaser's best friend and meant he should have a variety that should be so delicious he would bo in next day for another sup ply. "Do you like chocolate pepper mints?" "Do you like chocolate tone? some people dou't,"aud then her slender fingers play over the trays as if she had been a typewriter or a pianist. And when the box is full she shakes it down and weighs it carefully, adding an other bit of nought, your favorite sweet, to the pile. Ah! that is tho "nice girl," and such a contrast to her who puts in just what you don't want, and then, aston ished at being asked to substitute others, remarks, "I thought you said "mixed?' " which makes one wish he hadn't spoken. Then there is the "saleslady" who is in such a terrible hurry she gathers up a handful of creams, or sugared dates, without look ing, and smashes them into the recep tacle as though she was gathering chips to light a fire. The bright girl, who tells a customer that a special confec tion is very good that day, or recom mends another "for a change," is worth double her wages, whatever they aro, to the proprietor of a favorite candy shop. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Fact or Fiction About Two Great Fair Awards. A newspaper paragraph denounces as "false" the claim of a baking pow der company to an award at the World's Fair. Whom can it mean ? Certainly not Dr. Price's. Why 1 Because, as the records show, Dr. Price's exhibited, competed and re ceived the highest award, both at Chi cago and the California Midwinter Fair. Tho award in California in cluded Gold Medal. The official ex aminers pronounced it the strongest, the purest, the most wholesome and efficient of all the baking powders. Its title to confidence is unquestioned. Can it be the manufacturers of a New York powder, iictitionsly labeled "absolutely pure" who are making "false" claims? That would be strange indeed, inasmuch as they were not even considered in the awards. Was it Ammonia in the New York powdor that prevented its makers from competing ? If not, what ? SHE WON THE BET. Tho latest sensation of the day in Paris is the result of a novel bet made between two loading lights of the fash ionable jockey club in that city. It unmo uunuE in tnis way: jjuring a dinner given in honor of tho winner of the grand autumn races the guests bo gau to tell stories of fine horsemanship. An elderly officer present said that he thought the young men of this genera tion did not ride so well as they did in tho good old days. This led to an ani mated dispute, which ended by Max Lebaudy offering to bet that ho" knew a lady rider that could do anything with a horse that any man of this or any other generations had done. The old officer accepted the bet, stip ulating that the lady should ride her horso into tho banquet hall and take a flying leap over the table without dis turbing or torching the wine bottles, flowers or anything else on the table. Nobody dreamed that the bet would be accepted. It was dono, however, and next even ing, when the same party was gathered around the festive board, the event took place. Tho world-famous eques trienne, Camilla Von Wahlburg, mounted on her favorite full-blooded Arabian horso and attired in the regu lar riding habit, suddenly appeared in tne door of tho dining-room. With a cheory "God evening, gentlemen," she gave tho spur to her animal, and, bo fore tho thoroughly surprised and amazed diners bad time to collect their thoughts, she had been carried over the table in the most graceful and approved fashion by her spiritod horso. Not even the filled wiue glasses were jared and Max won his bet and the crowd did homage to and toasted the dashing equestrienne. wet A lens 43 inches in diameter, which, when finished, will be the larg est in the world, is now beiux cast at Jena, Germany. It will soet about $71,000. THE HUMAN LEG. Sclent I no rredlotion That It Will Deteri orate Greatly In Future General Ions. Our Paris correspondent writes: A French caricaturist has been showing us what cyclists will come to in a few generations. The future "veloce man" is from the hips up like tho definition of a line length, without breadth. Be low tho belt he is swollen out with hard flesh and muscles, and tho calves are monstrously big. Professor Yung of the Geneva university, on the other hand, believes that tho time is coming when human beings will have no legs to speak of. What with cycling, tho great end of civilization now seems to bo to ena ble us to move about without using feat and legs. It is fast getting on to elec trical hackney coaches and rudder bal loons. The tendency is to throw all the muscular activity into the bands and arms. Professor Yung believes that the future human creature will havo the merest survivals of nether limbs and arms of great length. Teeth will probably be dwarfed also by the constant use of soft foods that need not bechowed, but as tho march of intellect will increase in pace the brain will dove!, p. Of courso the standards jf beauty with theso anatomical changes will alter. When they do, a person with a set of teeth such as would now excite tho lulmiration of a dentist would al most seem a beast of prey. -Loudon News. The Lick Telescope Outdona. In tho shop of Alvan Clark & Sons, Cambridgeport, Mass., are now in pro cess of construction two huge telescopic instruments which are soon destined to prove of universal interest. These ma chines are the enormous 40-inch lens telescope, which is almost completed, for the Kenwood observatory of the Uni versity of Chicago, and the Bruce photo graphic telescope, which is being made for tho nstronomical observatory of Har vard college. The lenses for the Chicago telescope aro four inches larger than the lenses in the telescope at the Liok observatory anil are 40 inches in diameter. The Chirks' contract for the two lenses ex pires in just about a year, but they con tider that tho work is coming on ex tremely well. In fact, the crown glass is all ground down, wrapped up in flan nel and put in a big square box ready Cor the tinal polishing, while the flint glass still requires considerable manipu lation. The other telescope is tho outcomo of a gift of $.-,0,000 which Miss C. W. Bruce of New York made to the astronomical observatory at Harvard college for the construction of a photographic telescope having an objective of about 24 inches aperture, with n focal length of 11 feet. Tho instrument differs from other large telescopes in the construction of its ob ject glass, which is a compound Ions of tho form known to photographers as a portrait lens. Jewelers' Weekly. A Good Prayer. "Shako paw and claw" is pretty good. Th ) phrase occurred in the Rev. Mr. Ed wurd's prayer over Farragut's grave on Sunday. Admiral Kaznakoif of the Rus sian navy stood by the grave bearing aloft the Russian colors, while our naval veterans held services in memory of our own illustrious admiral, uud it was in tho courso of the prayer with which the exercises wero closed that Chaplain Ed wards appealod to heaven in words that will bo memorable, "O Lord, may tint union of hearts last forever, and let the KtiHsinn bear and the American eagle shako paw and claw over this grave!" We say this is pretty good, and Admiral Kaznakolf must have liked it. Probably the czar himself will smile when the fig ure is put into Russian for him. But, by the way, Alexander III understands Eng lish and can get the metaphor at first hand. There were other passages in Chaplain Edward's prayer which show that he is t freespoken man of geuius, and it is to be hoped that he will be in possession of his metaphorical talents long years hence when lie meets Admiral Kaznakoff upon what he described in his prayer as the "quartor deck of the glorious kingdom." There are few chaplains hereabout who can pray like Edwards good luck to aim! New York Sun. Every year a large supply of picked apples is sent to (jaeon Victoria from Albemarle county, Virginia. A HOl'SK IN A 1'RET. Let the mother become sick and helpless, and the houss is all in disorder. When both father and mother are down, you may as well close the shutlers. Order is brouuht out of chios often very easily, and Mrs Jnr-n Malin, of Soul h Hutte, Mont., Feb 17, 18 3, found an eusy way out o'' tier dil' liculties, as she writes thus: " Mv 1ms. bund anil I took very bad rheumatism from severe colds, aim my arms were so lame 1 could not rui.-e them to help myself. 1 tent nt once fur a nottle of Ht. Jacobs Oil, and hcfoie the bottle wns half empty I could go imjoui my worn. iuv nustiuiin becuine s lume ne could not get out of bed. Two and a hull bottles ooiniile ely cured him. I will umays pruis-ibr, .menus (ill, sou you niny use this ai you see lit." This is a clear case of what is best at the right moment, and now every household can be made happy where pain abounds. Some, thtnt-s that make us wretched, And we often wnmier at, Are the after Christina. bargain, When our pocket books are fiat. HAVK NO EQUAL. Ai.lcock'8 roRous Plasters have attained a world-wide reputation solely upon their superlative merits. They hnve many would be r val, but have never been equalled or even approai bed in curative properties and rapidity and safety of action. Their value bus been attested' by the highest medical auihnrilies, as well as by uiiimpecliable to timoniiils from those who Inivo u-ed them, and they nro recommended as the be t external remedy tor weuk buck, rheu matism, siiittica, rolils, coughs, soretluoat, chest mid stomach allections. kidney dif ficulties, weak inu-cles, strains, stitches, and uches ;md pains of every description. Do not be deceived by mii-representation. Ask for ana insist upon having Allcock'i. IIramiketii's 11 i.i j assist nature. A fence running ar mud a homo li not con sidered perpetual motion. Dae Kuaniellne Btove Polish: no dust, bo small. Try Oeosik lor BreakJut, The rrwM ny that llos'on hu been " swept by Hie Republican!," but tliu streets do not louk line it. BKFOHK A riTLL M Kill lir HTKAM Is (fathered by that trem nlnuslv destructive engine, malaria, put 011 t'ne bales nt h Hon. t. iter's stomach Kilter, which will eneclt its process atid nv. rt hIsh-Ut (hills ami fever, bilious remittent, dumb aime and suae cake are priniily lelii vrd and ultlin .l.ly vured by this geutal .picitle, Mtilili is alo a rniniuv heiiMvt) lamily Medicine, sjieudily nsefui in Crimes of dvttpeiMtia. bl louiiu.s, cotigtiiutibm, sick headache, uervnusut s-, rbeunistisin sul iimra'ttm. AaHlu.t, iht, htirtinl trr. nf .mi. den changes of teramrtiture, exposure in wet euier, enwe ami.u'Hiuui 10 iHbormlis mental nr-ults. and other Influences irej.idieinl to ealih. It is a most trustworthy feiriiHtd. It fortili thesstein tot mint disease, promotes a i tite and sleep, and hastens coura eseeuve after debilitating aud Ho.h-wastlug diseases. Wool Hsvintt New Year enrnn rlirrtt Hfl. Christmas is a mighty good scnenie. Miss Van pelt Whyr Wool 'h, it's so mueh easier to be good when you'ie broke. CATARRH CANNOT Bit CURED With local applications, as they cannot reach the scat of the disease. Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease, and lu order to oure it you must take Internal remedies. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure is takeu Internally, aud acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Ca- tarrn l ure Is not a quack medlclue. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians In this country for years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tnulcs known, com bined with the best blood purifiers, acting di rectly 011 the mucous surfaces The rerfect combination of the to Ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Ca tarrh. Bend for testimonials, irce. K. J. t'nr.NsY Co.. Props., Toledo, O. Bold by i rurxint; price 76c. "Money's awfully tight, isn't itT" haven't even ai y loose change." ' Yes, I SURE CUKK KUK FILES. Sure oure for blind, bleeding and Itching Filess One box hss cured the worst eases of ten years' standing. No one need suffer ten minutes after usiug Kirk's Herman Pile Ointment. It absorbs tumors, allays the itching, acts as a poultice, gives relief. Dr. Kirk's Herman Pile Ointment is prepared only for Plies aud itching of the p-ivate parts, and nothing else. Kvery box is warranted Sold by druggists and sent by mail on receipt of price, 11.60 per box. J. J. Mack - Co., Whole sale Agents, Han Francisco. Wolfe's Worm Powders. The Great Remedy for worms. When your children are ailing, try them. At druggists, or send 25c. to Jso. Wolfb, San Rafael, Cal., and you will get them by mail. P. M. Peter, leading costumer, theatrical, mas querade costumes, wigs and play-books. Country uisHquerarlp halls a specially. 729 Market Ht.. H. P. Helpless Ten Weeks "I was attacked with acute rheumatism and wa laid np in the hou e U n weeks. My right arm was with ered away to skin and bone, and I had almost lost the use of it. A friead ad vised me to I ry Hood's Sarsaparilla, which I did, and by the time the first bottle was used I was feeling a little belter. I could see and feel a great change. The Dir. R. Forres tsOl flesh was returning to my arm, and the soreness was leaving my body and limbs. Every spring and fall since we have uer) three to six bottles in our family. I find to use Hood's Sarsaparilla is cheaper thun to Hood'ssi'Cures pay doctors' bills. I am tnankful that 1 have found a medicine which will help n man who has rhennsati'-m It keeps nie in good heidih." Kicuard Forrestall, Oel wein, Iowa. Get only Hood's. Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, b.llousness, jaundice, iudlgetinn, siclc headache. It is S"ld cn a guarantee by all drutc gista. It cures Incipient Consumption and is the best Cough and Croup Cure. Ely's Cream Balm QUICKL.Y CTKE8 COLOihHEAD RMtVM r 1 Prle SO Ontff. Apply Bnlm into each nostril. Ely linos., 66Warron St., N.Y. Pale Faces or Loss of Flesh, or a Hack ing Cough, reveal a eonditioni not a theory. Something is wrong. Make It right wltli Scott's Emulsion the Cream of Cod-liver Oil, which restores a healthy col or, builds up flesh, stops coughing and gives strength. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. ' Don't be deceived bi Substitutes! PrsparsdbjSoott Bowse, M.T. All Druggist li -NOT A PATKNT IIIDIII. clue, but a tonic which Is Indorsed ny mcnicai men oi all schools Make BLnnd ami .ftLMpl. Cn.rr fjy. Vitntlty,heaairhf,btlio met. ; s Brooks' Pharmacy, lis Powell Ht... F. All dnnortts. Oneccntdosejjj 'WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES." GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF SAPOLIO I MALARIA 1 H Three doses only. Try It. !$UPeJRljs OIVEJ UJCJOY Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts cen'Jy yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleapses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures hahitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the tasto and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all aDd have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o and $1 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Uo not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8AM FRANCISCO, CAL. UWmilLE. Kt. HEW YORK. N.r. R. HALL'S PULMONARY BALSAM The Best CURE for Cough, Colds and Sold by all Druggists. Price 50 cents. J. R. GATES A CO.. Proprietors. 417 Sansome St., S. F. DP III 111 PI nill'O Cnnru i I Mild. nindLund -syrup - FOR CHILDREN THTHINQ - ararsauiruivnumits. Htah J A TEKTS uventors ami manutactnres h.tvintr business io trai.saet with the U. 8. Patent Othce. are in vited to sddress the undersigned. Patents pro cured and Trade Mark, i-pffintprpri In nil nmin. ries, op'nious Riven ns to validity and Infrinse- menr. oi parents, assignments, contracts, etc., prepared and recorded, aud all business with me rat-ntutilee transacted. KPEAR &SKELY, Solictors of Patents, 420 California Street, 8. F, inn BPKAR..j-i;omminouer of Patents. L. W. Sxkly Attorney and txiiert. NEW via Willamette Vslley, Port- Isnn, the Volnmula Vslle WallKWailasndHnoksne.vi WAY O K.&N.RyHndUreatNonh em Ry to Montana pnints Minneapolis. Ht. PhuI. Iimi EASTI ha, tit. Lotus, Chi cspo and thr Kast. Address J. M. Kinlth Oen. Agt.,ta8 Market. St.. Sun Frunclsco. a ..or F. 1. Wh t ney. a. P. & T. A., St. Paul, Minn., lor prlnteo matter and information abuut rates, routes, etc. WALTER BAKER & CO. Tho Largest Manufacturers of PURE, HICH GRADE COCOAS AND CHOCOLATES On this Continent, havo received HIGHEST AWARDS from til prcut Industrial and Food EXPOSITIONS In Europe and America. tTnllkf the Dutch IVocpm, no Alka lies or other CtirmlraUi or lyci aro rmwl In any of thrlr prcpiirutinne. BREAKFAST COCOA U absolutely Their dHlclmi. par and tolublo, mad coaii ltt$ than one cent a cup. BOLD OY GROCERS EVERYWHERE. WALTER BAKER & GO. DORCHESTER, MASS. DEWEY ENGRAVING CO. This pioneer com. fmny secured tho Irst nwurd, a OOI.D M lilUL. for Huli tune Pholo Kngniv. Ing.rttllte Midwinter Exposition. They ore well nrepnrefl lo Kive the fullest satis faction to al I who de sire Hie best of en graving nt uniformly reusoiiuble prices. Port rail s.rmllrllnprs, scenery, untl lllimt ra tions of all kinds for special newspaper Is sues, book, commer cial and Job printing, furnltdu'd tea nicely. Explain wants In sending for samples, firllH,clc. No. UVO larkel SU, St. The I.KAIIIMi HOHTHAU l HOOL; list ing cUus for wi iters of any system; position, secured; beginners graduate in fuur m. nth.; our teachers an piratical reporters; day snd evening, rend for cata logue. AYKRIV nrF.MJUUAI HIO INKTIXUfE, 3 Montgomery Street, ban Frsnulsoo. FRAZERIrlc BUST l. TUB WORLD untHOt Its wearing qualities are unsurpassed, actually outlasting- two buses nf any other brand. Free irom Auimaiuils. Ultr THK I.KMl.Mi. KOR SALIC BY CALIFORNIA MERCHANTS and Dealers generally. 8. F. N. U. No. 665. New Series No. 2 j a fsr VTt WIWIl7 WTt ' DO YOU FEEL BAD? DOES YOUR BACK schej? Does every step seem a burden? You need MOORE'S REVEALED REMEDY. motuersjim agisters The Divine Influence of noma is In Your Keeping, it Is a Sacred Tract. it you will remember that ALCOHOLISM Is a disease, and will use your loving lnBneno to have the Fallen I take a Cure. thr .m h. Sunshine where Sorraw now dwells. THE FITTZ CURE Comes as a friend in time of need. It Is Safe. Kciiabl), and Sure Curs, o.n k. raaen at Home. No loss of tim. Do pub- uciiy. Correspondence Confidential. The Cure Guaranteed. Price S25.00. N. J. STONE A CO, Room 7, Flood Building, 8. F., Cal., General Agents for Pacific Coast. Dlvlclond KTotloe. flAN ynil l.rn Q . i.rvn. TT...w i 6Si California u, corner of Wibb, San FranciKO I iortue hnll year ending with the Slst ol Da cember, 18111, a olvldend lias beci d.-clsred at .... imu mi,, cigm reruns (s 8-iu) percent per auiinin on term dminaira. i inn. n ceut per Minimi on ordinary deposits Iree of I.-,-...,, .... Bw ut;r mnnesaav, tne 2ud of January, 1S96. LOVKLL, Will I K. Cashier. PIHhJ A. lelf-raoT-ble tor uoroltjr; neat, solid, In teieatinir. Price Id. n -ti.itl. l!r- i;iftw lur.Dtur and Msnuf r., lU-lba La Kails St., Chicago, f U. TREE WASH -Powdered DN4 -austlc oo,ia. rure roiasn aua every sort of insecticide. T. W. JACkHiiN A, rn M HtlUfHCtlirnrs' AnPIlli lifurlrat Comer Frout St. San Francisco. i;i. ' You Can Get Ferry's Seeds nt vour denlnra ' as fresh and fertile as thouch you got them dlreot Irom t erry's " Seed i urms. Ferryeeds ore known and planted every- nuo, nnu uro siwsys ma iur inva urns uu about mem, ivrec D. M. Ferry a Co. Detrolt.Mioh. rmjNoLA. Promotes digestion. Cures Flatulency. Constipation, Sour stomach. Liver troubles. Hick headache. Stomach disorders. Kidney troubles. PRUNOLA. Ia Bafo, Sure, Harmless. GOOD FOR Infants. Children, Adults, DOES NOT Gripe or Sicken. THE BEST Family Medicine. MADE FROM Prunep, Figs and other fruits. Recomended by Physicians. Sold by all dru"irgintM. WJLDouclas O C Llf C IS THE BEST.' WW WriWiCriTFOH A KINO. 3. CORDOVAN', rn.niinui(smbu uui l4.3.5o Fine Calf&Kahoaroix 3.POIICE,330LES. a-jSptt-WORKINSUoft EXTRA riNE- 2. 1.7 BOYS 'SCHOOLSHOrH LADIES' "t. - -sj crun rno rATi nriisr KW- L-DOUG Aje CJtXU r 1 Wn-r--. Over One Million People wear tho W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes All our shoes are equally satisfactory They give the best value for the money. They equal custom shoes In style and fit. Tlnlr wearing qualltlca are unsurpassed. The prices arc uniform.stnmpea on solo. Fro-n $i to $s sived over other makes. If your dealer cannot supply you we can. CHICKEN RAISING PAYS If you use the Petalutn Incubators Brooders. Make money while others are wasting time by old processes. Catalofrlells all about it, and describes every amae neeaea ior m poultry business. The "ERIE" mechanically the best wueci. rrriursi mouci. we are Pacific Coast Agents. Bicvcle. cata- locue. mailed free, (rives Irllneserintion.tHces. etc., sqehts wantsd. PETALUMA rrfCU-ATOB. CO., Petalnm,C. Branch Housb, 3i 8 Main St., Los Angeles. r i . oV . v KMf-TC3fJ MEN Dr. LIEBIG & CO. Special Doctors for CHronlc, Pit Tate and WastlE. Diseases. Dr. UeUig a InvlKorator, tho jrreMent remedy'for Seminal WfMkitRtt. Loi-sof MmiiIiimkI snd Private DlttearieH.overcnmes Pren.atnrenew.snd iirepsresftll for marriage life' tluttfn, ,ilaure and rrsponnl blUtler.; l trial bottle given r (tent Iree to any oni describing symptonin; call or address 4"0 Ueary 8t,t private entrance 4c6 Mason Ht., 8an Francisco. jjHWi,ijr Doa.iDi Ut ea and people wbo bare wea lunjts or Astb ma. should ose Piso'a Cvro for Consumption. It baa nrt (bofsaauada. It baa oot Injur ed on. itts not bad totaaa. It Is tbe beat ooavb arrap. Bold Trywora. mSm e-:imri!ic " sr Tfl r-.p Try b vt,' s,.',t;vTpec7fsiais2 IT'