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signed a proclaim Much to The additions amounting to cre " t :"! „,. re9 to the Modoc na forest in northeastern Callfor A n the lands put within the for hv tils proclamation are In Modoc b5 . except a small area in the of Lassen county. Add« atloB nearly tlonal BP e»t county northern part 11 ve Had Experience J*.h Hood's Sarsaparilla, and i h is a great medicine,''-this is the Tl " c ^„ ' of 40,366 letters by actual count, in two years. They tell of cures Tn blood diseases, lossof appetite, rheuma am con «Z-(everweakness,that tired feeling, nervous weakness, dyspepsia, catarrh „ cnual—"1 can say from experience , N , HowTs sarsaparilla is without un equal. ' 'Ä Cowman. U Beacon bt..Lowell. Mus. , .««-"1 had eczema and tried every EC , I heard of. but nothing helped mo until ^ Hood's Sarsaparilla. Thanks to this 1 t0 ?ïi„e 1 w now well." Geckos; Vanal "Äuth Bethlehem. KY. ui.ieeiitar Rheumatism -"My fathc .fmSfcuhr rheumatism. WaS confined to b f d ," JÏ He took two bottles of Hood's Sar bi, „ndn» .ml « entirely cured. " Bertha 1026, Springfield, Mass. Sarsaparilla Is sold everywhere, usual liquid, or in tablet form called 100 Doses One Dollar^ Bre Hood's In me Sarnatabs. pared duly by C. 1. Hood Co., Lowell. Mass. THE ENDLESS CHAIN With the coming of spring, squirrels, and sage rats regularly appear. gophers to devastate the fields of growing grain. Early in the season, when their natural food Is scarce, their numbers may be greatly diminished by a systematic war fare upon them. Every female killed be fore the young are born, reduces the 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 lately certain instrument of death for squirrels. Every kernel is warranted to kill. Climatic changes, dew, frost, or the moisture of the earth do not effect Its strength. It requires no mixing or prep aratlon, 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 ABSOLUTELY FREE! 30-pago catalogue, GO illustrations. Tells how to save from 25 to 50 per cent on Glass Doors, Windows, Build ing Hardware, Building Paper, Mirrors, Columns, Paints and general builders' material. Prices quoted on any sized job. Send for Free Catalogue before figuring on repairs or new work. Ref erence: National Bank of Commerce, Seattle. Our standing is the best. We are the Reliable Dealers of the North west. We save you 25 to 50 per cent. An example—This beautiful Cottage Front Window, glazed, double strength, cut up top. Complete— $2.80. Write today tor Catalogue. STAMPS. We send it free. NO AinslieBoydCompa'y 2008-10-12 Westlake A ve. SEATTLE, WASH. 1 F. T. A. Roof Paint Trinidad Asphalt Roof and Iron I'nlnt la in Its fifteenth year of successful use. Twenty thousand rustomers use no other. It Is a brilliant black, crack, blister nor peel. Absolute ly guaranteed. Lasts from five to seven years or more according to exposure. I »EE SAMPLES AND TESTIMONIALS V_at YOUR DEALER S. and will never CÏ YOURSELF! Every-nay Legal Knowledge ""-♦y «—"o c <Ticu *a in «*»? h KF. ?h£St .distributing CO. pwoch Ela» , SEATTLE, WASH to uta r re * 8 prepal^o^al^nî^oîder^l Htovrell Drnjs Co. »Pokan«, . . J - Wash SrNu No. 8-08 p U T NAM FAD ELESS DYES I Color ma ., .. _ „ jya Q rx £ i Qc packfiflc colora silk, woo I and cotton I equally*22, 0oods brtflhter and faster colors than any °Ji®r d ' ° or we se P n d post paid at 10c a package. " Wri te > fo7f 3 u d is Suar.xnteed to give perfect results .' Ask MONR oE DRUG CO^ Quincy, Illinois. w ,op ^ee booklet, how- to dye, bleach and mix cotons. MON nu fc unu« w , THUNDERBOLT WRECKS BIG SHIP American Boat is Abandoned and the Crew Suffers Horribly Honolulu, Jan. 29.—A thunderbolt, which struck her fore topmast during a frightful storm, was the cause of the foundering of the American ship Eclipse, which was abandoned on Jan uary 11. after her crew had worked night and day for tour days at the Six hours after Captain Lar pumps. sent, the mate and 14 men took to the boats, they saw their ship go down. On an allowance of two biscuits a day each with two gills of water, the al ready exhausted sailors made their 900-mile trip to these islands, officers and 11 of the men staggered on to the beach at Hana, Maul, on the The morning of January 27. Three of the crew died the day before, and their companions shoved their bodies into the sea. Sultan of Turkey Rubbing His Hands Rome, Feb. 19.—"The sultan is rub bing his hands," said an ambassador of one of the- leading powers in ex plaining that the only country to profit by the breaking up of the European concert In the Balkans would be Tur key. So far Turkey has only consent ed to a commission to study the pro posed Austrian railways, and has not as yet given the concession, and it is well known how many years are nec essary to obtain concessions from the porte. The Tacoma Haircut War Is Over Tacoma, Wash. Feb. 18.—The bar bers' war is over and prices for hair cuts are back to the old rate of 35 cents. St. Vitus Dance and all Nervous Dis eases permanently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. Send for FREE $2 trial bottle and treatise. Dr. R. II. Kline, Ltd., 981 Arch st., Phlla., 1'a. FITS William Dean Howells Slightly III Rome, Feb. 18.—William Dean How ell, the American novelist, is suffering from a slight attack of influenza. 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 au unprofitable market. vJ Beloch, the mining expert, says the Johannesburg gold reef is good for at least $15.000,000,000. DLOOD DISEASED AND SYSTEM DISORDERED Catarrh Is not merely on inflammation of the tissues of the head throat, as the symptoms of ringing 1 noises in the ears, mucous dropping bach Into the throat, continual hawicing and spitting, etc., would seem to indi cate ; it is a blood disease in which the entire circulation and the greatei part of the system are involved. Catarrh is due to the presence of an excess of uric acid in the blood. The Liver, Kidneys and Bowels frequently bo come torpid and dull in their action and instead of carrying off the rein*« and waste of the body, leave it to sour and form uric acid 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« the different membranes and tissues of the body, stnd the contracting of a cold will start the secretions and other diajpnsting 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 and goes, the stomach is upset and the entire system disordered and affected by this disease. It is a waste of Ja«, d a°»d *no h time to try to cure Catarrh sprays. Seen irorw. I tri«d everything washes, inhalations, etc, Such treat men 3 ttSAWKtfafÄS does not reach the blood, and can. therefore, oould *oe a little improvement do mothlng more than temporarily' rcllcvn the discomfort of the trouble. T* cure This wen six years ere, and I am Catarrh permanently the blood tnu®t PO S'aSS&UY thoroughly purified and thesyrtem cleaned know there it nothing- on earth of all poisons, and at the same time .œ&y°thmk5 1 Â h S?5;ïâ: Strengthened and built up. Nothing equal» to. MATSOW, g. g. 8. for this purpose. It attacks the disease at its head, goes down to the very bottom of the trouble and makes a complete and lasting cure. S. S. S. removes every particle of the catarrhal poison from th« blood, making this vital stream pnre, fresh and healthy. Then the inflamed mem Pimn V VFRFTÄRLF branes begin to heal, the head is loosened rUhb.LT Vtbtl/UJLt Mdclear< 5 ( th.hawking and spittingceM* every symptom disappears, the constitution is built up and vigorous health restored. S. S. S. also tones up the stomach and digestion and acts as a fine tonic to the entire system. If yon are suffering with Catarrh begin the use of S. S. S. and write na a statement of your case and our physicians will •end you literature about Catarrh, and give you special medical advics without charge. S. ci. S. is for sale at all first class drug stores. SWIFT AFECIFIO OU.. ATLANTA. Si» comes v'lian I do. X>ap*«r, Äloh. « m W.LDOV/GLAS snots I » III ^sw shoes at all h 6 A r r every ft ^ "^MEMBER OFT8E FAMILY, g \ MEN. BOYS. WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN. >( Jp W. L. Douglaa make» anr/ »«//* mors ft CkD men'a $2.50, $3.00 and SB.BOmhomm bst W/r-ca & or- CAUTION. W. L Donglooi name L? ftîSSf a"tor?lo any part of the world. Ulu». Bold b» the beet oboe dealer« everywhere. Bhoee maUed Iro g Itroekto«. At tr&Urt CÀXMlog fit*» U) any addre** * _ _ _ I PITTSBURG NEXT YEAR Bowlers Expect to Go to the Smoky City in 1909. The recent American Bowling con gress selected Pittsburg as the nçxt meeting place. The old officers were re-elected. Is An Anti-Injunction Bill An anti-injunction bill said to have the support of railroad employes, has been Introduced in the house by Repre sentative Rodenberg of Illinois, provides no writ of injunction shall be granted without reasonable notice to the adverse party, and divides con tempt into direct and indirect, per mitting the person charged with the latter a jury trial. K The Kansas Wheat Mixes Better The commissary general of the army has decided to purchase for shipment to the Philippines Kansas wheat, walch shows the best results in mix ture with California flour. This means that no more contracts will be award ed for Australian flour, which has hith erto been shipped to the islands. The Hague a Peacemaker. "To The Hague conference we ar.e 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 w-as not ex pected to be petrified into states in their present form without the possi bility of change of territory." Young Child Dies in a Fire. Elsinore, Cal., Feb. 16.—In a fire which destroyed the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Young, at the head of the lake here, the 21 months old child of the family was burned to death, and her sister, eight years old, was so bad ly scorched by the flames that she Is not expected to live. Olive oil Is injured by being kept in the light. When used at the table It should be removed to a cool, dark place after each meat. MUST PREVENT THE PLAGUE California Begins Great Campaign to Exterminate Rodents. Steps to immediately raise $500,000 by popular subscription for fighting the plague, and to be used as an emerg ency fund supplementing $1,000 a day now being spent by the federal gov ernment, were taken recently by the citizens' health committee and its 35 sub-committees, in San Francisco. The meeting was held in the rooms of thé chamber of commerce. The half million to be raised will be turned over to Dr. Hupert Blue and the executive committee, to bo ex pended in purchasing supplies for ex terminating rats, and such other sani tary measures as they may deem nec essary. —SPOKANE— Wholesale Produce Prices. Vegetables—Cabbage, $1.25 cwt: beets, $email@example.com cwt; rutabagas, $1@ 1.25; carrots, $1 @>1.25; white turnips, $1; parsnips, $firstname.lastname@example.org cwt; cauli flower, $2 dozen heads; onions. $3.50@ 3.75; sweet potatoes, $3.60@4 cwt; potatoes, 75@85c cwt; Hubbard squash, $75c@$l doz; pumpkins, 75o@ $1 doz; parsley, 15c dozen bunches; celery, 85@90c doz bunches; pineap ples, $2.76@3; Italian grapes, $7.50 bbl; bananas, $2.75..3.75 bunch; cran berries, $email@example.com bbl; winter pears, $1.25 box; lemons, $firstname.lastname@example.org case; cook ing apples, $1 box; fancy eating, $1.25 @1.75 box; comb honey, $3,75 case; oranges, navels, $2.75@3 case; grape fruit, $email@example.com case; cocoanuts, 90c ®$1 doz; lettuce, hothouse. 40c lb; lettuce, coast, 30c lb; garlic, 10c lb; popcorn, 6c lb; Florida tomatoes, $1 basket. Butter and Eggs—Eggs, eastern storage, $o.50; local ranch, guaranteed fresh, $9; first class local creamery butter, 36c lb; Jersey Belle creamery, 34c lb; butter fat. 34%c lb; Columbia creamery, 30c lb; cheese, full cream N. Y. twins, 16@17c lb; full cream Wisconsin twins, 16@17c lb; lim burger, 20c lb; cream brick. 20c lb; Swiss, 19@20c lb. Flour—First patent, $5 bbl; second patent, $4.75 bbl Seed—Red clover, $15.50; choice, $16.50; Kentucky bluegrass, $13.50 cwt; timothy, $0.50; white clover, $18; alfalfa, $19. Wholesale Prices. Beef—Steers, dressed, 6'/£@7c lb; cow beef, 5@5%c lb; mutton, dressed, 12%c lb; pork, 5c lb; hams, heavy, ll%c lb; light, 12c lb; bacon, 16c lb; lard. 11c; dry salt extras, $11 cwt; dry salt backs, $12.50 cwt; veal, 9Vfec lb; smoked salmon, Chinook, IGc lb; white spring, 12%c. Timothy hay, $18 ton; grain hay, $15 ton ; alfalfa, $15 ton; oats, $1.40 cwt; feed, wheat, $1.40 cwt; rolled barley, $1.40 cwt; whole corn, $1.75 cwt; chopped corn, $1.86 cwt; bran, $21 ton; bran and shorts, $22; red sho'rts, $24 ton; white shorts, $25 ton; $9 ton. Prices Paid to Producers. Live stock—Steers, $4 cwt; cows, $2 cwt; sheep, $4.50@5 cwt; hogs, $i@ 6.50 cwt; calves, $6 cwt. Poultry—Live hens, 11c lb; dressed hens, 12 Mî@14!4c lb; ducks, live, 12c lb; turkeys, live, 17c lb; dressed, 22c lb; geese, live, 12c lb; dressed, 15c lb. Hides—Green, beef, 3c lb; dry salt ed cured, 6@6%c lb; dry flint, 10c; calfskins, green, 6c; dry, 12c; dry sheep pelts, 10c; kip, 6c. Timothy hay, $16 ton; grain hay, $13 ton; alfalfa, $13 ton; oats, $r.25 cwt; feed, wheat, $1.26 cwt; milling wheat, 68@70c cwt; whole barley, $1.10 cwt; whole corn, old, $1.60 cwt; new, $1.46 cwt. • Ask Pardon for Van Schaiok New York.—More than 150 members of the American Association of Mast Mates and Pilots met recently to start an appeal to save Captain Wil liam H. Van Schaick from prison. He was captain of the General Slocum by the burning of which more than 1000 persons mot death. - I 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. Trolley Car Kills Rev. E. Bodie Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. 17.—The Rev. Edwin Bodie. a retired minister, who here from Seward, Neb., some came time ago, was almost instantly killed by a car on the West Temple street line Sunday. Trains Extended to Terry, Mont. Terry, Mont., Feb. 18.—The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway has ex tended to this city the train service of the company's Pacific coast exten The new line crosses the Yellow eion. stone river for the first time at Terry. The train service is daily between Aberdeen, S. D., Narmath, N. D.. and this city. Sugar is to be found In the sap of nearly 200 plants and trees. Burton Is Renominated Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 16.—Congress man Theodore E. Burton has been unanimously renominated for congress by the republicans of the Twenty-first Ohio district. Congressman Burton and Judge L. E. Taft were selected as district dele gates to the national republican con vention. They were Instructed tc vote for the nomination of Taft for i .-esl dent. Baby Drowns in Small Tub. Butte, Mont., Feb. 10.—While its par ents were at dinner, the 19 months old son of Mr. and Mrs, M. R. Ayr» s of Divide, near here, toddled out of the back door into a small tub of water and drowned, with its head downwards in several inches of water. The baby was found To Stop Opium Sales in Butte Butte, Mont., Feb. 17.—The city of ficials of Butte have begun a deter mined campaign against the sale of opium. the city, to the number of 12, has been Every Chinese merchant in arrested on the charge of trafic in the Start to Build O. & W. Orders to commence the construc tion of the Oregon & Washington rail road, the Puget sound extension of the Union Pacific, were issued recently by General Manager O'Brien of the Har riman lines, in this state. Mow's This? We offer One Hundred Dcvllsrs.Keward (oz it OAse of Catarrh thst cannot be cured by all's Catarrh Oîure. , , ^ F. J. CUKNEY & CO., Props, Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe hin» S srlectly honorable In all business trausao ons and fi n ancially able to carry out any ob ligations made by their firm. West & Tbuax, Wholesale Dru Waumno, Kinnan * MaBVIN; gists, Toledo, O. Hall's Caiarnto Cure Is taken Internally, act ing directly upon the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. Price 75o. per bottl*. Bold by all Druggists. Testimonials lise. Hall's Family Pills are the best. ■ugglsts, Toledo,©. , Wholesale Drug 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. VACANT GOVERNMENT LANDS. BLUE PRINT MAPS OF STEVENS county showing all vacant govenmu-nt land, $2.CO. Township blue prints of Stevens, Kerry, Okanogan, Douglas and Chelan conn ties, $1 per township. Frank R. Corbaley, SC 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 PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Protrud ing Piles In 6 to 14 days or money re funded. 00c. Mass Troops on Czar's Frontier St. Petersburg, Feb. 19.—Prelimin ary orders have been Issued to carry out the plan for the formidable mili tary demonstration on the Turko-Per sian frontier. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp the best remedy ta use for their chil dren during the teething period. Mount Morgan, New South Wales, ikJ a veritable mountain of gold. It has produced 2,471,303 ounces of gold, worth $20 an ounce. Coming Big Rings Fights. February 21.—Freddy Welsh vs. Packey McFarland, at Milwaukee. 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