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Pure Blood in Spring
Is certain if you tafce Hood's Saraparffla. TUs great medicine nrci those eruptions, pimples and boils that appear at all seasons; cures scrofula sores, salt rheum or eczema; adapts itself equally well to, and also cures, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles; cures rheumatism and catarrh; cures nervous troubles, debility and that tired feeling. Mrs. J. F. Gee, 50 Gould street, Stoneham, Mass, says: "In 25 years' experience I have never known Hood's Sarsaparilla to fail, for spring hu mors and as a general blood purifier. It gives me pleasure to say this." Mrs. L. Bickford, Gossville, N. H., says: "Every spring I was com pletely prostrated, run down, from dyspepsia and that tired feeling. But I have found Hood's Sarsaparilla helps me from the first dose, completely restores good health and strength." Begin to take Hood's Sarsaparilla Today. Get it in the usual liquid form or in chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100 Doses One Dollar. Sold everywhere. Fardoaaalo Cariosity. "Rivera, what brand is that cigar you're smoking?" "It's a Flor dc Rank. Making a memorandum of it, Brooks? I'll tell 70a where you can "I'm writing the name of it, old man, in my lit of Thinga to be Avoided." Cbicago Tribune. PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DATS PAZO OINTMENT la frnaranteed to core any ease of Itchinr. Blind. Bleeding- or Protrudins POta In ( to 14 dan or money refunded. 60c Bla Craoe Idea. Foreigner Why do yon call it a "pri mary election? Native We call it that, mister, 'cause that' the way we get primed for a real election. Mothers will find Mrs. WlnsloWs Soothing Syrup the beet remedy to ties lur their ciulAiad iurug the toothing period. Vaela Jerry Sees Tkraaark Taeaa. "I Bee," remarked Uncle Jerry Peebles, "the life lniuranoe companies have laid down a aet of rnlea for making people liv fifteen yeara longer. I ain't going to pay any attention to 'em. The lift in surance companies have got a good enough thing aa it la. CTTC Bt. Vttaa' Dsaoe ana 1 1 1 J asnlty and by In. h .toe'e Gnat ham He- storar. Sema tar FEES tl.et trial bottle ana treatise. Dr. B. B. KUns. Ld.. SU Area Bl. Philadelphia, ra. Caarmlaa' Fraakaeu. "Myrtle, ia yonr mother opposed to my coming to see yon?" No, Percy; since I told her there waa no er likelihood of yonr ever pro posing to me she has withdrawn her ab jections." Chicago Tribune. Wise people use Hamlins Wizard Oil to stop pain necaue they know it alwavs makes good. Foolish people try experi- If lsaaderstooel Hlaa. The elderly widower, before committing himself, was desirous of finding out whether or not the young woman could cook. .r Mum rearl, he said, "I suppose yon are thoroughly at home in the bread line." "I never stood in one in my life, sir ! Indignantly answered the proud girL R Cares While Yo Walk. Allen'a Foot-Ease ia aweating.callua.aiid swollen, aohing feet. Bold by all liruggiMs. frice 2oc. Don't accept any Ti'i"- Tnl Paokara FEEE. Addxeaa Additloaal Particulars. St. Patrick waa driving the snakes out r Ireland. "If you take my advice, young men,1 be said to the reporters, "you won't write this up you'll get the reputation of being aature lakers." T ... . L - . ... iuc iue gooa mass aamontuon waa wasted. They rushed the story into print. --Chicago Tribune. laxoXxve tm&ySyrap sjTvolVavr &s & srAWl ttsssartto white may be CtoAuc dipetvse4WV,A JutvcVvoxis .vucWiii ieeai vYtv i'fcbuaoJvKtyshay (at 6enaVT, CALIFORNIA Fig Syrup Co. SOLO BrALLLtAOINO DRUGGISTS "CMUONU-RtSUUW "rUCS BO PER BOTTLE C. Gee Wo The Chinesi Doctor Thia wondeful man has made a lite study of the roperties of Roots, ierba and Barka, and is ariyinjr the world the benefit of his services. iK No Mercary, Poisons 9 or Drags Used. No cZ-fc Operations or Catting Goaranuwa to enra Catarrh. Asthma. Lon, Btomach and Kidney troubles, and ail Private " of Man and Woman. . A SURE CANCER CURE .SrZ?T,d,rom Pakta. Chins safa, son and reliable. Unfaflins in Its works. " yoo cannot eall. write for aymptora blank no areolar. Incloaa 4 cants In stamp. CONSULTATION WO. The C. Gee Wo Medicine Co. 12Vi first St., car. Marrisaa, Partlaad, Or. J Priaee Plerro'a Pal at. Wit Illumines one of the duellni stories In Monsieur Ronzier-Dorciere'a recent book. "Sur Le Pre," Prince Pierre Bonaparte, and a French gentleman, Monsieur de la Va lette, fought with pistols. Monsieur de la Valette fired first and missed. The prince fired, hit De la Ta- lette Just above the belt, but did not wound him, owing to a five-franc piece In bis waistcoat pocket, against which the bullet was flattened. "Sir," said Prince Bonaparte to his adversary, holding out his hand, "let us make friends, and allow me to con gratulate yon on the foresight with which you have Invested your money." Flattering- Scalee. " When Grover Cleveland's son Rich ard was born, his good friend, Josenh jenerson, drove over to Gray Gables to congratulate the father. "How many pounds does the child weigh r asked the noted actor. "Fifteen," was the reply. "Nine," said the attending physician. who bad just come In. ur. Cleveland assured the doctor that he must be mistaken. "The child weighs fifteen pounds," said he: weighed him myself with the scales Joe and I use. when we go fishing." Success Magazine. Only One "BROMO QUININE" That ia LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for tba signature of E. W. GROVE. Uaed the world orar to Cura a Cold in One Day. Be. A Dear Frtead. 1 hear your tren' Tamson's married again." "Aye, so he is. He's been a dear fren' tae me. He's cost me three wad ding presents an' two wreaths." Dun dee Advertiser. Pettifs Eye Salve First Sold in 1807, over 100 years ago; sales increase yearly: woederful remedy: cured mil lions weak eyes. All druggists or Howard tiros., .buffalo, N. I. The recipe for Worcestershire sauce, which has made an English firm wealthy and famous, was the secret in an old En glish family for generations. -A butler sold it for a small amount Extent of His Knowledge. The Doctor Professor, do you know anything about political economy? The Professor I know just enough about economy to keep out of politics. . Distemper In all its Ibrms, among all apes or Dorset and dops, cured and others in the same sta ble prevented from having the disease with Sponn's Distemper Cure. Every bottle guaranteed. Over 500.000 bottles sold last year. $.50 and $1.00. Good druggists, or scna to nmnulacturers. A (rent a wanted. Write for free book. Bpohn iled.Co.,Spec Probably Walked. "Tea, I went over on the North Side to a card party, and I I didn't get back till nearly daylight." "Bridged, eh?' Impossible. "I don't care about a church wedding, Myrtle. Do you? Wouldn't you rather be married right here at your own home?" "Tea, but I am afraid we can't do that, Aley. I'm quite sure it's forbidden in the lease." Chicago Tribune. . Not a Competitor. He (at the reception) Don t think that young lady standing you near the piano Is a beauty? She (coldly) Oh, I don't know. Do you know her? He Yes; she is Mrs. Merwln bride of a week. She (sweetly) Ah! Now that I see her from another point of view, she Is beautiful. ' Of the Sams Klad. "Old man,' said bbe chronic calamity howler, buttonholing him, "I don't want ta ha an alarmist, but " "And I don't want to be alarmed. Good morning," interrupted the other man, breaking away from him. Chicago Trtt nn.e DR. T. P. WISE DENTIST Crown and Bridge Work a 5pocia'ty XI Ona 1tfM.h.nla Trust RniWinflT 126 Washington. Oar. Sixth PORTLAND. OR m C0FFEEC TEA SPICES BAKIN0 POWDER Ja. KTKACTS . 1IUST RIGHT OPSSETflDEYEB rOHTUHP. QUE J A Flavoring It maL better than Maple. aevarf Farm Laws governing the ownership of real estate have been evolved from the mutual rights of man to the soil and hla relations to bis fellow man and the public welfare. Ownership of land Is one of the great upholding forces of modern civilisation. No man. however, acquires a right to real estate that he can maintain against the public wel fare, which has the power to condemn property needed for public use, or that a menace to public life and health. AH men's rights In real estate are cir cumscribed by the rights of adjoining owners and the paramount interests of the general government, which can take possession of the property sfter ap praisal and condemnation for the gen eral welfare. If the government did not retain the right to condemn and take property belonging to private par ties, then the individual holding would ne an empire In Itself and block all progress and public Improvements. AH real estate is defined and circum scribed by boundary corners and lines as established by government survey, The States are divided Into counties, and the counties subdivided into town ships, and the townships into sections of 640 acres. Each section Is divided Into quarter sections with appropriate descriptions In the conveyance of the property. The meridian lines were used In description of" real estate, and vhe government survey section and quarter section corners are established to mark the boundaries of public lands. In purchasing Innd it is well in the preliminary examination to ascertain the corners and boundary lines of the property and ascertain If the ad'oining owner Is satisfied with the division fences. If one purchases eighty acres and he apprehends that the land is short measure It would be better to have the property surveyed before the transfer Is made. The government cor ners should be marked by a stone not easl'y removed, and If the corner Is so designated subsequent surveys may make the property more or less than the description, but cannot change the monumental corners established by the original government survey. Farms are occupied Individually and not In severalty, and the new pur chaser should ascertain before closing the purchase the division of the line fences which inclose the property and discover If such division is satisfactory to adjoining property holders, as ex pensive litigation has often grown out of a misunderstanding of land bound aries and division fences. Every pur chase of real estate should be hedged about by the removal of every obstacle that might cause a misunderstanding between neighbors. Goodall's Farmer. TJalqne Vegetable Dlg-cer. Something new and novel In the way of vegetable diggers has been devised by a Kentucky farmer, the object of tbe contrivance be ing to catch up onions and similar vegeta bles ana the neces sarily accompanying dirt and by slight shaking separate the dirt from the vege table. It can readily be carried in tbe h a M1 a rt f lm yrws. VEGETABLE DIGOCjL ' "l"01 ator, wno can easily shake the digger after be has taken np a Quantity of the soil and vegetable. In construction tbe digger resembles s miniature wheelbarrow, the receptacle forming tbe body being made of sheet metal containing innumerable perfora tions. At tbe front or small end of the receptacle Is a swinging door, be neath which Is a small shovel. In op eration the digger is used as a shovel In lifting the vegetable and the sur rounding soil. The digger Is then shaken, separating tbe vegetable from the soil, and allowing the latter to pass out through the perforations. Seedless Crapes. What's become of tbe "coreless" ap ple? Twenty years ago it was an nounced as a discovery or a develop- mert calculated to revolutionize the or chard industry. Of late we bear less about It A little later the "thornless" black berry appeared on the horizon. ' It cer tainly was thornless. but somehow it failed to drive the ferociously-armed brambles of the berry gardens Into the desert It Is still produced, but the older kinds are yet much more com mon. ' . Now the "seedless", grape bids for fa vor. 8uch a fruit would surely "meet a long-felt want," says Country Life In America. If the quality and flavor of the few thus far grown can be per petuated and It proves remuneratively productive and capable of "standing up" for shipment there Is a big future before It Blind Slaarscrs. The Louisiana Experiment Station has been studying blind staggers In horses. Its cause and cure. But noth ing definite could be found. It Is their opinion that the cause of the disease is In some way associated with tbe con ditions of the feeding materials, such ss grass, or cured products of corn, brought about by the stacks of mold Pcd foe Oersra, Tke cow likes a variety of food, sad It pays to give It to her. For the stim ulation of the appetite and aid In di gestion, some of her feeds should be green and succulent, such as roots and silage for winter. Some Unseed meal should be given at frequent intervals It Is not only a rich feed, but an ex cellent regulator of the digestive or gans. Clover and alfalfa hay are both rich In milk-forming elements, and give bulk to the ration. Some corn should be given daily, especially through the cold montba, as cows greatly relish the grain, and It help In forming butter fat and In producing animal fat Give tne cows about all they will eat up clean of each feed, but shift changes often, not only the kinds, but the amounts of each kind, at different times. This change gives a stlmulat ing variety to feeds, and the cows thrive and produce on It Simple KKfTeater, The average person evidently Imag ines that it Is Impossible for the dealer to distinguish bad eggs and good eggs. This supposition Is natural. Inasmuch as so many eggs of questionable purity reach the dinner ta ble. If the dealer desired be could readily discard eggs of doubtful age, as there are numerous devices for testing them. One of the EGO TESTES. most recent Is shown In the accompany ing illustration, patented by a Minne sota farmer. It consists of a wooden frame, or casing, across the top of which is a leather support for the eggs, the latter resting in flexible apertures. In the bottom of the casing Is an in cllned mirror. Mounted on tbe upper part of the frame is a light-reflecting hood In which is placed a lamp or oth er suitable lllumlnant. In operation eggs are placed over the aperture and the "Kht falling on the eggs will cast anaaow upon the mirror if they are unsound. The soundness of the eggs is Indicated by the clearness of the light that falls through them upon the mir ror. Tba Frosea-Meat Trade. Frozen Chinese pork Is to be Import ed Into England, which recalls to the mind of a writer In the London Cbxon lcle the fact that the frozen meat trade Is nearly a century old. On Jan. 30, 1810, three Eskimos arrived at Har wlch, England, by the packet from Gothenburg, bringing Ave sledges pack ed with ptarmigan, blackcock and oth' er game, frozen and packed in air-tight cases. The enterprising Northerners had to pay over $250 duty on the con signment and $50 for carriage from Harwich to London ; but, as the game was in excellent condition. It found ready sale and brought high prices. The Eskimos did so well out of the speculation that they remained In Eng land for several months, spending their profits In royal fashion; but, despite the success of the experiment. It does not appear to have been repeated. To Fatten Fowls. A good method, for fattening fowls is given by a reader: BUue the fowls up in a dark place, with just enough light for them to see to eat, and sup ply them well with grit and water. Corn meal, ground oats, cracked wheal and shorts mixed in equal portions should be fed. Feed them as often during the day as they will clean up tbe food, and bear In mind the Impor tance of "stuffing" them. They should be fed after dark every evening, a well as very early each morning. Half a dozen fowls together will fatten more rapidly than a large number, and If Is practical to pen them off, six to pen Is tbe right number. Give no green stuff to these fowls, but rations cooked potatoes, rice, corn bread, cracked corn and whole wheat may be given. Fowls crowded and .stuffed In this way should be in flue condition lu three weeks. How to Load a Waaaa,1 It is generally believed that tbe load pulls easier if put well forward on tbe wagon. But this is not so on the ordi nary wagon, where the bind wheels are larger than the front ones. Should the wheels be equal in size, tbe load sbou be equally distributed. If tbe trucks are so low down that the horses have an upward pull on the load, then It woul be all right to put the load well for ward. The load should be proportioned to tbe surface contact of the wheels. A large wheel sinks less than a sma one; therefore, tne load sbonld heaviest on tbe hind wheels. Distrlb nte tbe weight so that no one wbee or no one side Is carrying the greater share, lest It make tbe draft excessive for the tonnage carried. Plant Trees. Plan now your home forest In this twentieth century there Is no large farm so valuable In Its products but that it can afford an artificial grove, We must not now judge by past' ex perlence, but by the light of the pres ent . But the forest you are about to plant may be more or less valuable. Make It more so by wise selections. . Tbe day of tbe box-elder and Cottonwood Is over, It might pay to plant them rather than nothing, but you may do better. Plant the ash, the catalpa, the larch. Plant nut trees and the oaks. Timber Is better than the precious metals. While It looks long to the har vest it Is one of the surest of crop, Land owners must awake to their op portunity, for there Is money la trees. n 0 li JllglL liH ALCOHOL 3 PER CKNT. AVcgelableftrparSllonlxAs s!mitatto$(teFbodarjrtoiti timjuir Siomacbs andBowhi Promotes DiesttonChtrtfil ncss and R?s .Contains ncttcr OpiuTu-Morphine nor Mineral OT NARCOTIC. aMisaBaBmmnBBBBaSaoaBnBBaBiammB Ana W- fnr?sV JafWa (WWisr. kamyjavranen AnerfectRemtdv forCowlbr Hon , Sour Stomach.Diarrtoa Worms JComnlsMrasjcvmsa rtCSS MulLOSS or SLEEP, facsimile Sifnamrt of new Yonrc. wo Exact Copy of Wrapper. C2Z It Will Cost You to write as for samples of the best all wool 15 Suits ever producd. Mad t coo form to your asset measure. Ws send yoa samples, measurement blank a, and absolutely suarantes atyle, fit and work, manahip or your money back. WRITE US TODAT Salem Woolen Mills 7th & Stark Sis. PORTLAND, ORE. WE HAVE INQUIRIES For Farms in the Northwest from people who are on the way from the East and Middle West and can place you in touch with buyers with money. Let us hear what you have for sale ATLAS LAND COMPANY 420 Lumber Exchange Building PORTLAND OREGON TOWER'S FISH B OILED CLOTHING ; looks better -wears longer and aives more bodily comfort fV because cut on -O, Kjtye panernj. yer tnOl nn fflnra Ihnn the "Jusl os aood kinds SUIT53Q9 SUCKERS SOLD IVEHYWMERt ) i me gn ol the litlt UMloe rajtCj I ii RAND SWT' ((RESCEWT Egg.Phophato C wudoiu THAT HIT KXSH rtXZD km on nil do '.7 wrra A FULL Martha Washington Comfort Shoes M r sbw- You will never know what foot comfort Is until you wear WasbinKton Comfort Shoes. ll jve tired and aching feet and ing- a pleasure. 1 bey fit like feel as easy as a stocking. No If 1 Dimona or laces they Just elip on and off at will. The elastic at the sidea "gives" with every movement of the foot, Insuring free action and a perfect fit. Absolute comfort guaranteed. I Beware of Imitations. Only w asnington and Mayer Trade uDsuwtee. your dealer FREE It iostoo, i trots nut namiie 7T 1 wlllaerul voufr I W i Wl. oboee. mm For Infants anrl Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Use For Over Thirty Years HOWAUD K. Bl'nTON.-Awmrrr art Cnemm, loitvllle, Colormm Hpetimen prliesl Uulil, Silver, I.-ad, II I Ohio, Hllvar,7 - oolu, r.lnooj t oiT, Cysnlila teats. Mulling envelopes snd Eirs work sollolisd. ltnUmuoei Caibonaie Mae oual Uaoa. M sou must from Fits. r.f "'""l i. ui. aovsry will r.11." ''". " " M MIW nr. May's Kpllep'IrMe Cnre. eJr-i uta rr.s a Ith Ulrecttna.. F.nre P elo Pr.paiU. uaaraa. bf -IL tt7iaSo.'S nn. w. it. may, 648 Pearl Btraet, New lork City. The Roaaon I Muks and Soli Mors Men's $3.00 ov $3.(0 Bhuu Than Any Other Manufacturer la bmssm I tie. tna vaster Mm keaaat at Mm a oat Mvjplato ttnalMUM ef tiaiasj esputa ss4 1.11ms hcwtt).)iM. la tha ceantry. ta. hikUos w th. luuin tat aa mit sf tae akos, sua n.ry tl ef It. sk!( la ry arawUMl, s Imlud .rUi by th. bsat iho.ai.VvB ta Um lav ladajlry. If I C0.14 .ho yos how eas.fully W . L. boa.U. .hoes ar sua., yoa woala Uwa ndratfi4 why thaylnMS thadr ahsye, it tatUr, ss4 wasi kai thas say .that ash. V Ucthtxlof Tannine thtSolm mssaa tntm Har fltitltail tongtt Waring than any other Mhoea for Kverr Mtmbap nt the Family, aasjt. Hoy., Women, Muss aaa hlldrea. For Ml. by .line ilesler. everywhere. PlllTlflM I """ ""'""" lllimil W, I. nniisles Vnll I lull i name atHi pries aiamia on buttum. Fast Oolor Eyelet. Dm ldetJy. Oalsl.( aailaS ma W. L. IMJUULAS. U7 Saark 81.. Brachlaa. Mass. FNU NO. 14-09 Y17MKIf wrllin to advertisers pi v r ui.DMiis sins paper. to z if.r aT da m K IF iliil BAKING POWDER POUND 25c Get It from your Grocer trenuine Martha1 They re- make walk stove i bother about the genuine have the name Martha Mark stamped on the sole. Refuse will supply you) u not, write to us. you wilt send us the name of a dealer who Martha Waalilngton Comfort ohoee, wa postpaid,a beauiuiu picture ol Manna alxe lax. a. nuke Honorblll Shoes, Laadlnf Lady Cuabioa Shoes and Suacial Juaru Mayer Boot CfShoe Co. MILWAUKEE,W13CONSIN III VI I II I III II"-- XJIIIIIIIIIaT m. ii 7' as. and 11 eaeaawaasaw-" m 11 I i II i h.Jr. L . i'i''eCaweJapaeawa i. at Jk Soli by iroetrtr or fungus- Frultman and Gardener.