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t nn7 7f!f! Til fm first the mecZizIaa that fns!Js the record for the largest number of ahso- Mia cures of female yd7a r. PSnkham's vegetable Compound. Second fJZrs. Plnkhsun can snow by her iettor rises in Lynn that a mli llon women have boon restored to health by her med'olne and advice. Third -All latt&ra to Kra. Plnkham are received, opened, read and an swered by women only. This faot Is certified to by the mayor and postmas ter of Lynn and others ot Mrs. Plnkham's own city. Write for free book con taining these oertUloates. Every ailing woman Is Invited to write to Kirs. Plnkham and get her ad vloe free of charge. -.ydla B, Plnkham Xxi Co, Lynn. Haas. Pri.'.. J . garueus are SUCH IQO- n sow xork that the large board lug-nouses nnd it necessary to adopt """" " i-jkuist summer lea tare. DOVT GET FOOTSORB. GET ASK. P?iW At ,llU ""won yowr feet feel swollen, nervous and uncomfortable; If """"8 f or "K't shoes, trv . i , " "' "rests and comforts; Wa'k,',S1 'T- 'res swollen and R.iiV.-?. ' Ul,",.e "a oiiKms spots Kelieves corns and bunion i.f .11 ...i., ...j is a certain cure for Chilblain,, Sweating. Ifciiip or Frosted Feet. We have over 30 i- rugfrisia and shoe stores for 23c, Trial gSR'.Y"' A"eU 8- The natives of Hawaii, be they ever o poor, never steal or beg. These offences are confined almost exclusive ly to tbe Portuguese residents of the island. root- TO CTHE A COLD IW OKI DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab--IV? . A 11 drnKijte refand tbe money if it fails to cure. E. Y. Grove's sis nature is on each box. J5c. Under rational treatment tbe average j-uuiias. HKLP WANTED, eharaetar to Npresaat established haul. . -. rniM, Or..oa. Farmers who keep common sheep and depend upon wool, do not know how specimens of some breeds may be made -greas weigiits. A 2-year-oid grade Lincoln wether in England was slaughtered, its live weight being 434 uuu. iu carcass weighed 804 pounds, the loose fat 84 pounds, the U1 na entrails 80 pounds and the waste 6 pounds. Sheep weigning 800 pounds live weight are numerous iu uiu country. The population of the Berlin suburb Charlottenburg is in a curiously unsta ble condition. Last year 44.718 of the population of 174,550 left tbe city and oS.744 from elsewhere took their Ue-rco. " ' " '" 1 Il- an ,. ... r ' in f f i ri i 1 n . ; ' w .'4i.f w. 'ir mM st m m s t ,a a s a i i i i . ir . . wiw m i A 1 Vl 1 1 VA ' 1 I I V l II i JW a a i fit f ru i-jiii -icrij nr,i wMiWvita!; staw j x- x i v a i n u ii .. i i . i ummm J UOU I squire a wishes. th I pwvent their soiling viwvmi woo no i a to em. Tbe Oldest Nuknote nhl. I- . . r M"rr. mat no AmerioaD oltl , waveier, oastuesi man, diplomat T l r7f vw ben murdered MhV?ulv,thtChl",w- Thlcn ld of the oltisens of none of tbe other great powers whioh have bad oonstant Rnd long-contimied Intercourse with mis, it is said, is not 7u, ou,,no,uw,0. or aooident. The ,7" Amertoans. Ot course, At a street f.lr in . ." IrirT"" " reser- one of the chief i l.Mi:." ? nil in li li t. " i a raaioeui 01 Ublua. but as ".pole. consuuoted entirely compared with the people of 'the great r iMwr1 wey like tbe Ameri ws. wnenever tbey ask a man of what nationality he is, and his antwr i.m? t,,'0,s'Vl f the Hank of Kna- S Lu3:" 'u''iu' ... is id moat valuable stomach mediolws la when r.i.hft.i .:L': " ' er . Kri, lOO REWARD Sloe. me readers nrthlipaixr will be tvluwf . i. v uu nis answer RMrn that thnra i. . X1?? to I IS that he is an A it.nrl.n ti 4 ilataih h--Va a'-eeae .)...... ,UD' "dth.t-taci.r7: H.u-.T.trh'A,, "v-""' menus." , stBe M preferred In this country for beef, but In Eugland the butchers pay one oent per pound more for helt ws, as uiey gjv less bone and more vmjiue cuts, a well-bred heifer, bow ver, is worth more for the dairy than for beef. No heifers should be kept when calves unless from patents that auuwu 10 possess merit. . . J1 r Llv.r Lively, ton, wo. Jrateruity. Catarrh balna a eniiiiituil.mlr ..Z1 iT,, "H'"lrw' eonatfiui tonal tnwtn... ,T Power, that the, eBeTdbTkuadrsd itol .4 lor an, 0 that it tells to Wirl Beld S u?t ol tentlmeuiala. Adilress 4 ,ujr iliriVama Hua are the brt. at ti 'i..mi " . "'v . rDWU,Prr7 aars: r.w "lana is now giro led with wiurses. All the world is longer a stage, but golf links." no Thl. elfnataw I. e. sverv boj of the fnuln. Laxative Brorao-QuinJne Table. Ue raaMd, that esns i nM Norember trees are brown and bare And brief and chill Norember dars. Bot on the farm all are astir And cheerfully the mother lars The day to all New England dear ThanktWlnt !.,, will Joon be he. "a if,t ch0O8 ,h' ,aik "ow ana 1 will make some pumpkin Dlea. . And it shall be of largest alae; rlnnts a the (arret Th.ri !2 ta c?rn fn,t PC snow, Which all the children love, I know. "And we will have onr soni come home, wur daughter and grandchildren, too. Vary Ann and Jim and Joseph. s'e. .euie and baby Prue. 80 father gets the turkey fine And mother makes the pumpkin pies mJZH" TbIIiS morning bring. Beloved one of ever, alie. lssstjus a5 th'.,r. ti '. tSJ.II"1 ' have met , That kitchen la a pleasant a:ght. ThI offe? lnre tnangs. I i .L r "'"paueni wail. f h JS?" '. Vorke PlulnP n "rves Then grandma s plum-fllled pudding comes WhiV.'S'' 5d Pn'P"" Pies galore. Wh." ao d spplea, ralalns sweet. And fun and feaating crown the hour. And here the poor remembered are And not In kindly word alone, t - ,w',"fll,.e? Bnd ,n children speed To neighbors' homes where want Is known. The pleasant hours most swiftly fly. The corn is popped and stilled tbe fun. And happy children rest In bed, I he glad November day la done. . f?y V" Bn grandmother sits And In her hand she holds a curl, A sort brown curl, that shnne long since Aronnd the face of her first girl ,' he crle- "forgotten never, A mothers love remembers ever." -Eml.y Pearson Bailey. P ATT A nhnMTFT 5 A RtJRAL peacemaker. : II alii II Ml(PllPllll BY J. U HARBOUR. 5 VirAl II LLylJ Catarrh lias lecome such a common disease that a person entirely free from thia disgusuug complaint is seldom met wtta. It is customary to speak of Catarrh as nothing more serious than a bad cold. simple inflammation of the nose and throat. It is, in fact, a complicated and very dangerous disease; if not at first, it cry soon becomes so. The blood is quickly contaminated br through the general circulation is carried to all parts of the system. Salve a iraahra n1 tactory and disappointing, because the, do not reach the seat of the trouble. & B. 5. does. It cleanses the blood of the poison and eliminates from the system all catarrhal accretions, and thu. cures thor ooghly and permanently the wont cases, w,.P-.f - McAL,i",e''' "rrodsfwrg. Ky, ssaad snd well, the que. Von often put to mt ia, What cored yon f In an. wer I feci it my doty to state that Swift's Specific the medicine. I am each a true believer In the ecnc,of Bwift-s Specific that r can honestly and SDascientionslv nr... ftend it to sny one suffer tag fiom Catarrh. Have racommeaded it to many, f"4" PPT taay that hose whom I hsv (adue. en to ue it can bear me oat la h. . . .t . HEY did not pay much attention Thanksgiving- in tbe country "" sp I s 1 2a the onlv eurelv - letable blood purifier , known, and the greatest I of all blood nudinnx If YOU have fatan-h Ju' .. , - u iivu l wait until It become, dcep-scated and chronic, but be. use oi a. t. jj .nd .end for our book on blood and akin diaees nd write our physicians about your case THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA, U. 1 firJSS2. v1 !?. r" "r"1 !" vm t .1. bmm WARRAITFB in vTi ni i ha la buMit joiu fod p. r -. .. wnn I or s nnnMS j pmM.nt. tVriai WIW tor Ik. i -" -"" Miwalnii wlwi.ii uni .4.k. n b Hoa. Call I. - . . . sa. M usw w5;rLT L" i'Tf v caffLigicf - school district In which I tflllirht in the West a good many years ago. Christ mas was the chief holiday of the winter and It was celebrated without any special demonstration, for most of the people .-re puur ana mere was not much senti ment in their general make-up. Old Han nah Dorton, with whom I boarded, wa. I oi new cngiand birth, and she bad not come to the West until some year, after aer marriage, tsne was a woman of a good deal of force of character, and no one in we neighborhood had a nimbler tongue. One evening about two week. utiore luauKsgmng i said to her: "Do the people observe Thanksgiving ac-r,ij in mis ueignoornood r" ' tBey do not," replied the old lady vjutrrauie empnasis. "And it has alwaya been a good deal of a trial to me mai o ,UIM, attention was paid to a day : , T " maQa 01 back there In dear old New England. It was the great- we did enjoy It!" "Why do ther oar ao llttu .t.i- 1. V M - - - IU well, I guess it ia Inst k.n.. .v a " --vauflTJ lUCI I nave never got in the wav of Ti . n . Z.L . . ue nern 'ebrated I the Fourth of July a. it ought to be cele-1 uraieu uniu my nusDand eot thm ...... a . a-i - . - - : . uuiu. n wo year, oetore be died, and . " ceieorauon batters against tbe There wn- nk;n- V ' n , 1 1 UVUU " eicriuing mat he wna iv., .uu ue nao. a Brother that had been j..., .onn couian t help that, and be has done splendidly ever since be mar- ..ru .ou ,i is my opimon that the squire " , - - up witn John and Nellie, only be Is too nrond tn m.t lllriluwa ...I .1 i. ... "-j woo i eimer. Then there is Kate Whiting and her .Uter" Luc, Patch, who had a falling out v..e- ucrn wn.l nln. , . . . .. - w0... w"v HIU L KUUKP 111 Altnlt nthu. . I snd before that one was th .r. .h..i.. k .u m r "euDen Hoope. and his """"" fiias and their fam la. foil ... over the property after old man Hoopes died, snd the, ain't ever spoke since. -neu the Anderson ami It,.)-., e.miii.. h.j - . v j -w inning out nve years ago, and the, n t Psk. and before that the, were Ulps around a molasses bar'L h.i . i. otl"'r f"mil's In the (lis ui.i am i as rripniii- thu. tO be, SO your Thankairirlns .:u. .n I. - .." '- " m I . U I IF ail tOPS luuin . tam. retner in the school bouse." "Not with a woman of your tact at the " , i said. Well, you eo ahead ant n it ..j will aid and abet you all I can. ft will a break In th mnnn..H. .u. hereevenifther.ua taht" I spent all of mv tim Kz.r i school during tbe next ten dar. l -'ill ng at all of the homo. (n hood and Inviting the people to come to : "a-eis. i be school house was unusually large, and there -"u'u room ior all if we took out t .I"-.. lnree daJ" 'ore -.u.Siti.I( om aira. uorton said: T m,Aw- ..'II 1 .. . ,uu ii nave the hona r..ll Ihsnksgiving. N.nc, Boss was in here . iZ i . ln"t the whole dis- be trict ia eomlnir .n.t v t- one does, for she spend, most of her time oicaiug up gossip and re tailing It out aae n. Sh I. .. j .v., i i . . aw- a. .m- ivtai L-uiuuina oi a nearai t ing new. .bout what folks .r. and doing, and she says that the Idea of the Thankssivina- dinn-, Tf f honse wa. taught like w-iMfi. v " says she wouldn't miss it for, party The larger boy, and girls of the school e; the school bou. the evening before Thanksgiving. and we decor, ed .-v- .muj witn evergreens and two children are to set st this table over in this , corner. Come right along." Anc 2Tf thy ere seated tbe old lad, bur tied up to Mrs. Patch and said: and iZ' kV' TW nd "r Du"b table!" " 10 ,U htrf ,hi "And if she didn't nin.n- . . - a ( It III . U CT tAA rlKUl down with the Whitinv. n..t ik k-.i-u spoken to for years." anl.l k. ...i.,i.u Nancy Ross afterward. Indeed Nanr. wa. .o fond of tuiiin. .u,,i .i... Thanksgiving dinner afterward that I think I will let her tell sliout it now. -hen," she said, "if that ll.i.n iw ton didn't set old 8u.ii. R... a the head of one table with hi. daughter Nellie at bis ria-ht h,l ,.t t.i. . law, John Walters, at bis left, an' their baby in a high chair at its eranWa sal. " " as a iui ill I li li r am imrrtM h i.s Squire had that bab, in his arm. and he et his whole dinner ih m. n..i. thing ln his lap. I beard his daueht sa, to him. 'Shan't I take the bab,. father, so that von can ..... At ' -w- j ""i uiuiirr greater comfort? But h. hi,i .ik. n a I, 1 .. . . '. mere ne aar taiifin' t v..m- and John same as if tbcre'd never been an, trouble at all. And he had th. 1...1.. bis arms the whole afternoon went around as Droud. savin' tn r..i- Sw m, grandson. Ain't be a might, fine bo,r It w.a the 6rst tlm. h. .a ever seen the child, sn the neit week ha narlw. X" 1 1 ! S a a w -. e "nu JODn com live with ' him. Then whst did that Ifanner Dor- I ton do but put Reuben IIooie an' bis ' brother Silas and their families at a table I b, themselves, an' I hesrd ber sa, to em, 'Come, now. rou folks a-nn 1.. ' n, l.l.l . 1, . . . , " -w a,r a .uou vinit together rr k orotner. ought to on i..u..iTiD oa,. 1 heir wive, bnve .1 w.,s wanted to make up. an' 1 tell you the, found their tongues mlel.tr .n an fore that meal was over they was talkm away as if there bad never hen an, row over property or anything else. An before they knew it th. and Robe, families found themselves at the same table with ll.nn.. ...1-1 em. -Now it don't make no dirrence ibout the past. This ia T.l..i.i.i da,, an a good time to forget that ih-r. has ever been snylhing but a Imnn. ... 1 between ,ou folks. . " ' 1 Candy t stharUo. All drungUu, , ioe. Meal has been preserved in a froien state for 80 years, and found perfectly t-le the end of that time. afothai-i arlll A.. iliu .. . . - ' ' r. k.. " ''slow s Booth. Zi.li i G romeny lo use for the! ohTldrsn during Ltheteetbfii rlod. Before the net tourist season opens D 1 , . ' - ., , . CUUil --rai niau oeuverv is nroaraMln. I- " win ue ooinoleted. a ...i-. .." " . a I : " .iyiann. every (arm house now has a Tarrt ri,! i 4. . ul Proves. MiT free mail delivery. ir7V T?-U .U. .ta HT tod - v- rd: wiess form , , mw Am TAKING I . to ray, ITIceCOo. When you take Grove's Tast!. r-Ktn I , Tonio w. Vu. " Chul When a mau is lost m-ait .v... printed on every bottle showinll .h.T . S!?.bw "wbll,e ta IS tumolv Iron and (Jn..i. i. .7 --" nt i- -v . llhi. a.Jii "IrJ; 1 01''Ptlon Is an liifkl- W HnwiV.. i r wKns ana colds. N, likA "0,t" 0ctm,t Wruv.N.J., Feb. 17, Every Care a Burden There it fi-ilnr nf ftn itF-anifrii ir )rV AtnJ ik . - A .. '. tlU UU B.III1 LIIIW I Of I UVSrS- III Bili-I II Ml there Is wenkneus "all over" tiint ia perwiHtont and constnnt. The vital functions are Impaired, food does not nourinh, and r the whole system ia run down. A medicine that strengthona the stomaoh, perfoota dlgfHtion, invig oratea and tones ia needed, v h?.' ,'ow?' 8-rsaprilla did for Mrs' li. li. (lurlunil MIimiI. T...., i. .i . I b""m I una uillia for others. HlietcmkU when she was all run down without ....iii. i...i.. .i... l and unnhl. to do h7r' woTi. UrihiTS. her appetite, Itinrensed her welaht. and liana iter well and strong, 'i'hls is her own unsolicited statement. HootFs Saraaparllla Promlgea to cure and keia the' piomiae. The earlier treatment U hgun the letter botriii it to !. ef - A fruit tree propaKator Iihs produced seedless apple. These now in,,.. re suprior in flavor to the ordinary kinds. High prices art boiug paid the trees. imply Iron and Jnf..i., i " .... less form. Ho Cure. No Pay. BOc Ceilings that have been smoked with a aeroseue lamn shonld ha -.l.v. .i - w wnu auua water. UtSS FLETCHEB'S SUCCESS. . . "nnBMwsaai 'v The Oanghter f a r.r-a, Oov.raor af avaal LVatljsj A ItlllBsl fft-l Knvlabl Pasllloa. Ifrom the Oregon Independent, Salsa, Ore. The daughter of Hon. J. H. Fletcher, formerly governor of South Dakota. hn bow resident of Salem. Oregon, has ltely attained an enviable position. Xier success is remark. I.lo i..,, when the fact Is known that fo, ,,; time it was feared her career would be shortened because of ill health. E-Governor F letcher in speaking of th happy event ia bis daughter's life Mid: In China a doctor's fee varies 8 cents to a quarter. from , RHKCWATiast, it rviieriKI; 7 ,., t "TICA.Il iMMitlVwl. n,.nu.l 'rei.ar,l oi.f. h. . nn i,.i.', V.::V'l"" nuaumaioi wi -vi., iiiw tors. Immediate. Il-uni....l ii nntol Co., W w. -Lh,! ffow hsv mow makes .-viiwut nuer ior chickens. The nTLakasulat Mat -nil I f . mi .u ainns oi crass whan H are re Ished oy fowls, and when the waste from the mow is thrown on the floor of the poultry house the fowls TlL"1' 'kmthe-i. uiuco so consume. ttmOough mnd Work Oli tkZntu. . Laxative ilromo-Qululna Tahi.ta cold in onedav. Nn ,, v i.. lrlo 85 cents. One Chicago man hug escaped Jury" Mlvoe on the plea that he is prejq. diced against the city. Jlal then some ma will say almost any thing to ea--ape Jury duty. . 1FDLIS ""srreihart-.raaoftialaaasi.A ... tH. 1b",' 1 m emile for .uTr wsaiialtham. 'n... piles end fa.1 Tilk. , nVw ZZF ' "' . '" tit.. Sloiu Clt,. la. ' CANOV : ' t CATHARTIC j naauani Paiaiaai. - . . CUKE COMSTISlTlna faa a aa. r-sa -aav TV a ZO?. -- -.. IM-M lat. SM) , ST t'lATlOA, . 1 1 t'vjf-w im i . i'f uutr. - w wac-i.n s s I n.na au-r Biae." I ' I I t as ... K-rerai nan we lisd hMn KiA A is " aawaar w VlflTUW. every rrovwon had been made for two long ' I lA niOSI ff . ann alin...! . I "Some one ou.ht to at.-, .k. . .TI ,Tu"'UJU"lu,e..ent"- 'th of brating Thanksgiving." me ,mlle' In the "o the, ought But who la J- i.wl i .. .. r reflected for s few mominT. .ZZL I .:?-lalT WM to be I said: m ' . . . . V lDS PP16 the ts- 'Suppowe w. .tart them off , that di- ius't .eal'0.0,,. . . .Sked th. OM l.A. ,.UlT n' W th, her knitting into hr l.n .7a " 1 " r"rr..l""B ' ou "na won't be so apt I eager interest ----- - - , t Then If she didn't up sn' set old Ruth Norse an old Rett, Underwood down side b, side, an' the, hadn't spoke to each other for years. , before the, knowed it them two old bodie. wa. chat- had a fallio' out in the world. Then when she had got all the people that were -..-.....- -i uuwn siue D, side she sealed every one else, and then she said " 'We will now sing.' '"Blest be tbe tie that binds." An' ev'rybodv sun It .u mi, Hharpe asked a blessln an th. Hin. "guu. mere nev spreaa seen before in these you never would have seen them people eatin " . luBrLiirr innr , i. .... .... such a thing in the world a. malice or envy or bitterness or Ill-will or snythlng o the sort no von annu.'i ...... ., - - . " " nun iu a ainner we bad games an' sung wings an' made .peeches, .n' from that time on n-c.,i was more Deace an' hannn.. ... sociability In the neighborhood than there ever was before. I tell yon weM reason to stand no as we dirf htn.. started for home an' sing I raise God from whom flow.' " such s parts, an thought to bare ' an' Inngliln' an' all blessings For over two years my' daughter bd been declining from a strong, healthy. lx)sy-cheeked person to a pale, t? y ,nd JhelPM airl. She was -.wwa witn terrible headaches, and apparently grew weaker and more an. giiid, and apparently without cause We became sreatlv il.rm ...a i 1 "I tried several dootora. n. .r... i4n Ft the other, but all without avail Fin- of Dr. Willim. pin, rin. ,of reople, and to our surprise, before it was used ber headaches ceased, the ucaau io return to her obeeks ami itie'r '"- began to assert "J bought Are boxes more and by the time she bad finished them she was completely restored to her health, and todavour heart, are gladdened with toe society of . robust, rosy and healthy girl instead of a pale, tired and ...a.yvww. mner case the transfor mation was rapid and wonderful, and - u-ver speag too splendid merits of Dr, fills." No discovery of modern n.n I I Emu. . . Dwm "v Dr. Williams' Pink PHI. for Pale People. Acting directly on the blood and nerves, invigorating tbe liody, tegolat Inff the functions, they restore the trength and health to the exhausted woman when every effort of the pbjsl cian proves ansvailing. For the growing girl tbey are of the """" oeuent. ior the mother Indis pensable, for every woman invaluable. Everywhere Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Pwinla . .n speciflo for diseases of the blood and nerves For par.y,i, locomotor alax- J- ,ner n Leases long supposed incurable, tbey have proved their effl cacy in thousands of oases. Tbey are one of the greatest blessings ever be stowed upon mankind. This remedy is sold by druggists fr.1' f Id. by . ",,,,am Meaioine Co., Sche nectady, N. y., on receipt of price. 60 . ,i, .ipxag pr 2,60. During the present century 400 ho wan lives, 1135,000,000 and 200 ships i0,,t ln ,,n5tlM -orts to find tbe North Pole. KO-TO-Rlfi Hn,Ssna snaraHUMn t,r all Irw IW Stslte,!.., ,n ' KK Tn-s-M Maaiir (The Famous Qcrman tvw ,-..... -' v-eiwaT rrrrl eeAVENARIUS' CARBOUfiEUFJi CHICKEN LICE AND VERMIN.. Wah4 Ftther, Thonen & Co, PortlAnA H.. . itri...:.-: . ttr ranciaco, Cat "7. 7. wr' WODuro WANT YOUR SON EDUCATED FOR A BUSINESS LIFE? YAMHILL AND kLIVtsvaT. 7.. . - , mrwi VSMTMOgrdtrsV . j;. a'l."i' ! s.dl"- " a s-j-nHl BIIEUMATISH - --"- raj sk k will mgniy of-tha CTi "mimih. "ca. . Williams' Pink aK&VLr tH.. ." itisJ A kk-h. 7altrVC.?V.t J' " L"J time, has I ciinnrii' m, l iMila.,,. nn ... .T. " ".in. 'a,7.t'.L'r,-,i "'-i AMERICAN MOVEMENT wMMMw, rii lmM,autwl Ss as. eii-n no '- ' m-A .., I . .. -.l U.un.l,iVu Inpr,n,n.,, MWII WATCH UnosT " '"""-"-iw mn. tha-M. O-aaa, U You Needs SMV MILL, ENGINE . 20 YEAR cHTfiiNTEEr'1' asSlMtrf BOILER. lotus and prices. w wr" MrMi..n...)0 -n4 rwwrhnr.. MH.,linin H. n. ...... . rsssts's iseslr. C. aliAeA'S'.fnikl.. '-'rf . r -i-s, vniwTva .fy"" wnr.m all Uiik Ui u . UmikIi Hrrup. Tmim Gud, Ci 'I rVifrl bT JniFs.afn. p ouppose w. get up a Thanksgiving dinner in :h ... I i . 7u . .. . . nouae. invite all he folk. In the district to come and bring their dinner with them. There doe. not ZJl'a oc'al "fe ' neigh. l i i Tr c"n ca" ocaionsl spelling matches and singing whool. In the school house social diversions. The njnnnl. Maw.w ... , .... u ,..,..n nctn n-Bn ana anna tninrh. i. . .Tin... . . . . "- --. .u a T, ' i"'"1 UI "a' "na. Don't yon hlnk th. ides of . Thnkgiv'ng dr ln the gcho01 bo" would take?" , , . reuectea tor a mome and then said: "Yea. I think It i. .. . u. . " "I. " "ona oe a rwKrj one. ana I thir,lr ST f0'k ''o-'d t"" out big, only-only-" f "Only whatr I asked. ' ' "Well, the fact Is. fh.r a i. ... ... " "K "V UIBUT iu uji. neigoDornood that dom't sab-tlr a L. ..I. m wsw a. w ncn uiarr. i never saw mv. thin, like it. Ther, I. old fi"". B.n't, wh won't speak to his daughter because :-ancy itoss was rlcht arh-n .k. ...j that the whole district wonlrt i- . . at the dinner. Tbe dinner wa. to be at . w uiuvrm, BUU nr noon rnn hnn. ... mi. ed by a merry, happy crowd, including al most every family in tbe district There were baskets and h. .n even tubful. of turkey, and chickens and doughnut, and pies and cakes. There were baskets of big red amiles. .nH m. ram Hawkins brought half a bari nt sweet cider. Some one brought a bas- ae. oi popcorn Dans ror tbe children, and there was sn Infinite rarli.t rt m.. and jams snd preserves and pickles n..UuB.,t wiu irom Dozes snd baskets. Iheres enough stuff here to feed an army," .aid Hannah Morton .h. u.... tied about from table to tahla th. h.i est and most active person In tbe bouse A few minutes hefnra i n't,.b i i 1 her saying to Mrs. Kate Whiting, "Come, now, Kate; you and your husband and 1J full quarts. 9.oo. Per i i Can-e tor Anilety j ---vwowrXHXWOOO WAiHA. VTa I .Xi 15 It ? -C J A V lis g FfiV' I Beware of Them I , Jf I Sciatica I . I ac . " zi - you crying about. litUc 2 swh i..ki. ... K r.. X - I St Jacobs Oil I hl X la.lunl.k.-. K fH J- ... o Aro You Deaf ?? iDtemt onal Jnral riinia -.s:.":,r -z"2f,t,Lii FINE OLD I n-9 f " IIIIIJ"" i5sa . - life - u ,i VI WHISKY OIn, Brandy, Rum XXX arts. S9.00. Per rallon. K to roar and 8hk&ky,V ALL flOOU GOOIi. Cases and Kegi. uuiug. mam NOTHING BETTER MADE Toa can't mak. a mistake II yon get. ..Mitchell.. Mitchell, Iteajis & Staves Ca. PORTtANO, ORECON. DH.GU,?i'n'SSHSPILLS emrlnre mi. l i ,rii urlM Sleksa, Te SON What girir "Boo-hoo, 'oos slttin' on my jam tartl" A Programme. 5!!.nlt,,lTll, coras In glad arrar. Pot's Jocund test, ."il n.''n Pi? 4V -Waahingto. , Btar" LOUIS CAHEN & Kstabllihed 10 Yeara rKAWCiaCO, OALII-OItNiA. DROPSY IQ PRts TSUTHEKT FREE. Hsve ms.s Dropty ana Its eom loatioDi a inselsliv for t.- aars with ttfe oot von dsrfdl 1 A 1 1 t 77 " -rutin JrOOi.K. 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