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One of the most coini nn of blood dig
eases, is much aRgrava d by the sudden
changes of weather it Una time of
ear Begin treat mot at once with
flood's Sareaparilla, iicb Hfrcts rnd
ical and permanent c ires. This great
medicine has received
in two years, which 4ve its wonderful
efficacy in purifying fcid enriching the
blood. Best for all fcood diseases.
In usual llnnM form r'io'0,,ei, tablets
known ts Saraatabsfwo do"
Knew f One.
"SuBgestion? H lih! Did you ever
hear of a real curoffocted by 'sugges
"I personally kv of one. I once
suggested to a yolrf fellow that If he
didn't want to hai
him off the preni
coming to my hoi
of the habit
i a big dog chasing
i's ne'd better ault
and It cured him
' Fighting the fer Trust." Seethe
Frank L. Smith " ad in this paper.
AS f Seemed.
"That man," M the court onlooker,
will be convlctt surely. He's making
a, vary poor im asion on the witness
"That Isn't W defendant," said a
lawyer. "He'spt one of the alienists
undergoing ss-examlnatlon." De
troit Free PrJ
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1ng over yoi
eem to kni
dear, I have been Iook-
kvrltlng exercises. Your
atrocious. You don't
how to spell even the
pa. Is purely arbitrary.
ade before the alphabet
HOWARD Ef RTON - Kvnyer and Chenilt.
Leuilv.llt;. 1 'ruiio. Spt-cimen lriree: liold,
tlilver. Lead, '"Id. Hllu-r mo. Gold, 50c: Zino
or Coprmr. $1 S'linn envelope and full price list
writ on Bppll' ' .Control nd (Tnipire ork so
licited ReletfJi Carbonate National Uauk. ?
t rTeadqanrter foe the Jotea,
Once upon a time a child who wml
asked upon an examination paper t
define a mountain range replied, "A
large steed cook stove." The Itmi
method of reasoning seems to go with
older growth. A recent examination
paper at. the Sheffield Scientific School
at Yale contained the question, "Whal
Is the office of the gastric Juice?" And
the answer on one paper said, "Th
stomach." Cleveland Leader.
The Doctor Some creatures, you
know, are exceedingly sensitive to mu
sical sounds. .You may not believe it,
but It's a well authenticated fact that
two c;r f;uiTovs once Hew into
room where a grahd opera singer wai
rehearsing nn aria, listened a few mo
ments, and dropped dead.
The Professor I don't doubt It 1
have heard before of killing two blrdi
with one's tone. Chicago Tribune.
Jaffer But don't you believe compe
tition Is the life of trade?
Pugway Sure! Sooner or later It
leads to the formation of a trust, and
that's the way to make money.
. se e a e er se aseefe'ee'eee'eesese'e easessaeeasTsesaaassa
m m. .auau.au
Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects.
To the Brighter.
To the brighter dayj
Has a rainbow's ray!
"Johnny, did you have a good vaca
tion at that little lake resort?"
"No, sir. Maw wouldn't let me go
swlmmln', and she made me take a
cold bath every mornin'."
TJnple Etten'a Philosophy,
"Advice," said Uncle Eb-n, "Is sum
pin' like slngln'. You either gits It
free till you's tired o' listenln' or else
It's so expensive you can't afford
ca'sely any." Washington Star.
Customer What a beautiful parrot!
Is he a good talker?
Bird Dealer Yes, ma'am; but his
vocabulary Is limited. He doesn't swear,
and he doesn't use ulans'.
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' tWtjktl year Hare u stay.
Tls not so bad as that, my friend.
This polar fuss will have an end.
They'll never make T. R. a hermit
Just wait till he comes home with Ker
mit! Chicago Tribune.
"Wlnkley is a good deal of a crank
"That doesn't half descrite him. He's
going around now Insisting that If the
postofflce department has to be madt
elf-sustainlng the war and navy de
partments ought to be run the tarai
Before 18S0 most English railway
carriages had only four wheels, and
weighed ten tons. From 1880 to 1890
they had six wheels, and weighed fif
teen or sixteen tons; from 1890 to 1800
they had eight wheels, and weighed
twenty-four tons; and since 1900 the
'fashion Is twelve wheels for dining
and sleeping cars, and the weight it
thirty-five to forty-two tons.
Mrs. Chugwater Joslah, what Is a
Mr. Chugwater (momentarily at a
loss) Do you mean to say you don'l
know what, a swastika is? A swastika
is why, blame it, Swastika is tht
name of the Eskimo that helped Cook
discover the north pole! Chicago
"Fighting the Beef Trust." See the
Frank L. Smith Co.'s ad in this paper.
THE AMERICAN GIRL.
MERICAN social ways and manners are
the subject of much and KTowing foreign
comment, it la wholesome for the thought
ful patriot to have a glimpse of the for
eign view. Sensible Americans are will
ing' to he judged, since they may thereby
better Judge themselves. In fact, self-crlt-
lclsm not seldom adds savor to the salt of reflect
ive American wit But this land has been sub
jected to the review of a journal from far Bengal,
add to see ourselves through the eyes of a Hindu may
be interesting, If not profitable. It is the American girl
who has attracted the arrows of this pagan critic. His
chief indictment ia that of deception. He declares thai
the girl In the United States who is courted does her
utmost to make herself agreeable to the suitor. She
hides flaws of temperament. She conceals physical ail
ments. She disguises bad temper. She paints and pow
ders. Worst of all, these arts are so transparent that
they must tickle the vanity of the aspirant for her
The ways of the American wife and daughter are the
ways of open candor. Their hospitality, to those who
win entrance through Its portals, is as frank as cor
dial. But even so, Jhe divine mystery of womanhood
persists in lending Its elusive charm. It defies the
analysis of cold criticism, whether native or foreign.
In this, as in other instances of alien observation, the
American girl can prove her own and sufficient cham
pion. Washington Herald.
MAKING A FARM PAY.
OUTHERN farmers cannot fall to find
SI much of Interest and profit In a recent
I Department of Agriculture publication,
n A luiiLauiQ v.wnui, a-at, ii, ujr v.
Goodrich, one of the government's experts.
The farm in question Is located In South
Carolina, and in 1902, when ita present
owner took possession, it was in a deplorably bad con
dition, after having been under cultivation for about
eighty years, Now it 'is fertile, well improved with
fences and farm buildings, and is producing crops which
yield the owner a handsome profit and a large income.
All this has been accomplished by a deep and thorough
cultivation of the soil, by the use of barnyard manure
and somo commercial fertilizer, by rotation of crop3
and by the Industry and good judgment of the farmer
The farm Is not an especially large one, containing
only 132 acres, half of which are planted. The fanner
has divided his tilled land into three equal fields, on
which he raises corn, oats and cotton in succession.
Before he took the farm it was producing only five to
eight bushels of corn or about 800 pounds of seed cot
ton to the acre. The first year he made It produce
one and one-half bales of cotton and thirty-seven bush
els of corn to the acre. Now his yields per acre are
two and one-fourth bales of cotton, eighty-five bushels
of corn and eighty bushels of oats. He keeps about
twenty-four head of native cattle, mainly for the sake
of the manure, although they yield him a small profit
besides. Washington Post
WAKING OF FEUDS.
N the days when law and order were In
the making It was, perhaps, excusable for
disputants to settle their controversies
with the gun or the sword and for their
families to prolong the strife. The sur
vival of the fittest has always been the
social religion of a new country and an
incomplete civilization, but with the coming of wider
education and deeper culture that law of the natural
world has been abandoned as a standard of social up
building, and In Its place has been founded the more
substantial doctrines that Impose' obligation of the
strong to the weak. Consequently, extension of respect
and reverence for law has enjoyed coetaneous growth
with the acquisition of finer sensibilities and fuller ap
preciation of the actual and fundamental obligations ef
society. With the spread of this sentiment comes a
popular disposition that condemns and dwarfs the spirit
upon which feudal principles feed.
Moreover, feuds, like other evils, must inevitably faU
before the publicity of the press. The spectacle of a
community disrupted by factional warfare presents
never an Inviting Bcene. Its carnage and anarchy. It
passion and Its resultant woe, depict such grewsome
panoramas of crime through the cold revelation of faots
as to emphasize the reprehensible nature of the things
that caused them. San Antonio Express.
RESULT OF SCIENTIFIC FARMING.
FORTHCOMING circular of the Agricul
tural Department will contradict the pre
vailing Impression that the fertility of the
soil of the country Is wearing out hut will
show that, notwithstanding the abandon
ment of farming districts In the Northeast
not only is there an increase, in the total
volume of crops, but an actual growth In the average
yield per acre under cultivation. This result Is ob
tained by restoring to the soil those elements and com
pounds needed and consumed by the different crops.
The well-Informed farmer of the present day does
not blindly send his parents out to grope for their food,
but sees that It Is supplied them in proper measure.
Recent discoveries in bacteriology have greatly assisted
the planter, enabling him to obtain bacteria, with
which the growing plant may be Inoculated and by
which the nitrogen of the air is fixed in form available
for plant food and fed to the plant as required. A few
cents per acre spent Inoculating the plants comes back
to the farmer In Increased yield of many dollars per
acre. Mobile Register.
SUPPOSING A CASE.
Expensive Water Power.
"Yes," said the defendant in the
criminal case, "my lawyer certainly
made a strong plea for me. He even
"What was his bill?" asked the oth
"Well, as nearly as I can figure It
out he charged me aho-it J100 a tear."
Then Bwana Tumbo scratched his
"This thing Is getting dull." he said.
"It's 'Peary and Cook! They've found
I'm out of sight like a blooming
D. O. Nutt.
Preparing fur It.
Stranger (in Drearyhurst) You!
streets and alleys look shocking. Thej
seem to be literally covered with all
kinds of dirt and rubbish.
Uncle Welby Gosh Yes, sir; a week
fr'm next Sat'day is our cleanln uf
day. We got to have snmethln' to
clean up, hain't we, mister?
Brother Gooilsole'a mistake.
"Brother Goodsole," asked the Rev
K. Mowatt Latghtly, "did you announct
last Sunday that I would occupy youl
pulpit this morning?"
Indeed I did, Brother Laightly."
"Yet look at . the smallnese of tht
congregation. I can't account for It
On Keaort la Left.
Mrs. Crawford You say It is impos
sible to get any money out of your
husband. Have you gone about it in
the right way?
Mrs. Crawford I've tried everything,
my dear, except sending him a Black
tland Letter. Brooklyn Life.
lesaded Like aa Kcaa.
"Some day," shrieked the militant
suffragette, 'fhe women of this coun
try will rise In a body and seize tht
reins of power! Keep your eyes ane
"'Era's 'opln'!" heartily exclaimed
lightly Inebriated man in the audi
nee. Soaada Like It.
Mrs. Malaprop I certainty am sur
prised at Prof. Booker. I didn't never
suppose be touched a drop.
Mrs. Brown And be doesn't I'm
ure be doesn't drink.
Mrs. Malaprop No doubt of It.
Why, be wrote a piece In the paper the
otber day admlttln' he's a regular
bibliomaniac Philadelphia Press
Not Snppoaable, bat KenaJle a. Good
Storr About Theodore Hook.
Suppose within a few days a gen
tleman should arrive at London or
Berlin from the far north claiming
to be one or the other of the two dis
coverers of the long-sought pole. Sup
pose he Is received with high acclaim,
Is the subject of unlimited oratory,
is the guest of honor at many ban
queta, the whole land rings with his
praise. Suppose that a few-days later
another gentleman arrives from the
far north with the claim that he, he
alone, has discovered the coveted pole,
and the man who has received the
honors and the banquets has left noth
ing for him, although the first comer
may provo to be a faker and t fraud.
Something very like thii d'.d once
I happen, says the Indianapolis News.
The Spanish ambassador was expected
to arrive at Southampton, ICpgland. A
mischievous idea came into the head
of Theodore Hook (born 17R3, died
1841), novelist and journalist, and
above all contriver of that diversion
known as the hoax. The English fleet
was lying off Southampton. Hook,
then a young man, knew many of the
younger officers. He former his scheme
and one morning a launch set out
from the fleet and drew up at 'the
In this launch was he who purport
ed to be the Spanish ambassador, in
almost royal robes, arrived two days
before the expected time. The mayor
of Southampton, who was to receive
the Spanish envoy, was greatly fluster
ed. It was all so sudden. He did the
best he cbuld. Several companies cf
soldiers, some on foot, some mounted,
were called out. The bells were rung.
The ambassador, aooompan'ed by a
number of young officers of the fleet,
was escorted with much pomp to the
mayor's palace. There wa, a banquet
and speech making, one of the young
officers acting an interpreter for the
After it was over and the Spanish
envoy was supposed to be on his way
to Ixnlon. the true ambassador ar
rived. Ttiere was but a sorry recep
tion for him. The other ambassador,
who was Theodore Hook, having per
petrated the greatest hoax ever known
6n a mayor and a cityful. had ex-
The scandal wassogreat.the mayor and
the people of Southampton had tn-en
so outrageously sold, that to make any
stir about the affair would only cause
them to be laughed at all the nure
With the exception of the dlsmlssa
of some of the naval offli-trs who h.rl
taken part in It little was done and
the affair was allowed to blow over.
;rmers, country merchants
mith wants your fat turkeys, chickens, ducks and other poultry for
llhanksfcfivlnir trade. Pressed turkeys end gees and ducks should
between November 19tb and November 221 Ship to Smith, Ob
r4mbor Huh wt are paying as follows The prices on turkevs may
ate, tail we eipect all vlner cuolstwns lo bold good inuer.muiy.
a4 ho a, rt ie elass . . , So
aa4 Ui vsai bneei ltd Its 0
l.t aarts, hsita i4 aru.aa, ellve ... . I4
lutaana, .t si, 4 sriiii, tfjeee4 If ts) U
uiaaya, 4iaat fat nusUiy Id la J
e, (saae Ulttva ity UU III
ToU ssve riiinii.ia.in ln you ship lo Umlih, lie d rt,ltirrs
ulaslun nn anytlilKi, I fwii pl returns. Aulrs i ibipwii l its
I HANK 1. SMITH MEAT CO.
Uif Mm frwM"
a hundred pieces, each piece blowing
fortissimo, a note a half-tone higher
than its fellow. I don't care for such
Well, It's a grand sight, "feel-making.
I don't know of any grander one,
unless It Is Niagara. The two spec
tacles, seemingly so different, are yet
identical In the one prime requisite
of grandeur terror. You respect
N'iagara when you depict yourself
poised for one heart-beat on the silver
verge of Its long drop; you respect
steel-making when you depict yourself
for the heartbeat In which you can
see a chain-link snap and the full
ladle spill toward you.
tains for a few days, and would Ilk
to have Mabel go with her.
"It would be lovely," admitted Mabel,
"but it wouldn't be businesslike - to
leave you In the lurch. Hadn't I bet
ter stay on a day or two and break
the new stenographer In?'
Her father thought it would not b
"Well, if you can spare me," said
Mabel, happily, "I'll go." Youth'
kanl.i Halls Is Not Ma. leal.
Ralls are cut with saws. Not quiet
ly; not at all. There la considerable
ra ket underneath an elevated railroad
In a narrow street; the subway Isn't
quite a lodge In in vast wtldarnea;
but never until 1 waKhed a toothless
saw rut through a "I1 1 rail by
friction, melting I's way - you ran
it smeared end sftarwsrd -did I
perleix a imlse that in? ear fait
filher lliao lrt. t Kuen Wood
Is. Ku's.s Mss)h 1 1 liMitMae
4a al lil-l Willi Ut.ilnsf lisLU (e1;
Its spsiss sliitftsiol lis an it"Miiout
Hi.elitl tiuatini.f '! amll
14 sill's f Mxiijr ll.sl Ilk
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The week after Mabel was graduated
her father's middle-aged stenographer
succumbed to sickness, and Mabel
begged to be allowed to take her place
till Just the right kind of succcessor
was found. "With real wages," she
supplemented. So It came about that
she was engaged, went duly to work,
and for a week and a half, with the
help of all the young men In the office,
succeeded in evading her father's
wrath and au Inglorious discharge.
On the morning of the tenth day
her father summoned her to his pri
"Can you explain this?" he demand
ed, placing a letter before her.
" 'Letter ordering six carloads,' "
read Mabel, rapidly. '"Have investi
gated sure reached your office safely-'
"Oh, yes." she explained, with an air
of being about to give her father a
pleasant surprise, "Butler & Brlggs,
of course, and I remember their first
letter perfectly. It came the morn
ing after I began to work, and I
opened It by mistake, and when I saw
that It was Important, I put It aside
with some other memoranda to give
to you. But when you came In that
afternoon you looked so worried about
something that I couldn't bear to
trouble you any more. I knew mother
always waits when you come borne
with those three deep lines between
your eyes. But perhaps that Isn't Miss
Foster's way?" hazarded Mabel.
"No, It Isn't," ber father said, dry
ly. "I'm not surprised," Mabel said.
I 1 sagely. "She's a nice woman, of
course, but not taciiui, like mother.
"Oh, I almost forgot to say that I
think that letter must have blown
away, for I couldn't find It next morn
ing when I looked. But It I all right
now, isn't It, father," Mabel Inquired,
blithely, "if Butler A Brlggs have writ
"Tbay have written, canceling tbelr
order, as you would have wu If you
bad fluUhad reading their letter
Tliey bav bean my best customers for
Mabel's ? opened widely, tbo br
"r nei) as small tfulndad a tbatt"
it asked "Hbr, the iuu(, as'e
fullest girt III 'o uulitn'i bik le
I list I sixialil IMus," tirtuuu rik
J a bsr and iie, "yuif vul4 U
si4 ie U i fcf uti -'I'ie"
U( ttel.li.g sfisf IllUe ('fi
isi Hm Li elf Usui f.u.er t 4
I t-vef ttMeJ U U U !))
INDIAN'S REMARKABLE MEMOB'S
He Repeata the I .on llltnnl of the
Six Nations Festival.
William Poodry the Indians some
times call him Gee-Oo-Wah-Kak or Bit
ter-Sour is an elaborate bit of mech
anlsm. No man in all the Six Natloni
has a memory to equal his. That It
why he Is the preacher. He holds nc
office. He has no religious duties ci
qualifications. He does not preach 01
pray. He simply repeats from mem'
ory, word for word, the Interminably
long ritual of the festival, the Buffal
Evening News says. Passionless, ges
tureless, Infallible, he stands In tht
middle of the council house, three houri
a day for three days In succession
reeling off the flowery prophecy and
the stern chldlngs of the ritual. From
time to time the audience grunts forth
the responses or murmur as the mem
ory of their sins fails heavy on them
For 109 years this ritual of penane
and prophecy bvi been repeated by tht
Six Nations annually in exactly tht
same way and with precisely the same
words as It Is being repeated this week
on the ronawanda reservation. Llks
the Odyssey, It grew out of the past,
taking on new form and substanct
with every meeting of the nations. But
In the year 1800 one Oa-Yu-Da-DIn,
Seneca Indian living on the landi
which are now the Allegheny reserra,
tion, compiled the ancient prayers and
prophecies and made them Into a book.
From that day to this t.he form hai
not changed, for If the memory of the
preacher weakens there is the booif
Itself to refer to.
A reavtsk rialat.
The teamed writers for the press
Are very, very good
At proving how we waste on dress
Or furbelows or food.
Each writer new who makes his bow
With other sages vies
To show unhappy mortals how
They may economize.
They tell us of the thrifty French,
Who all excesses shun.
But I'm not anxious to retrench J
It isn't any fnu.
I'm weary of this endless song;
I wish some, seer wise
Would show us how to get along
And not economise. .
I sm sorry to have to tell you so,
boys," said the pleasant looking visltoi
who was addressing the Sunday school
"but there is not one chance In a thou
sand that any one of you ever will b
President of the United States."
Still he failed to secure their undi
"But if you live up to your opportu
nities," he went on, eyeing them keen
ly, "some bright boy In this audlenc
may become a great baseball pttchei
or the world's champion batsman."
Instantly every boy sat up straight
and began to listen. Chicago Tribune
Pettit's Eye Salve Tint Sold in 1807. '
over 100 years ago; sales increase
yearly; wonderful remedy; cured mil
lions weak eyes. All druggists or
Howard Bros., Buffalo. N. Y.
Btss the Ileaa Watch 'Baa,
Hank Stubbs Hens layln' much
Blge Miller Skurce any.
Hank Stubbs What's the trouble T
Blge Miller Don't hev time fur
dodgln' them pesky autymoblles. Bos
"Fighting the Beef Trust." See the
Frank L. Smith Co.'s ad in this paper.
Oralaatona of Hlatorjr,
Archimedes had Just announced that
If he had a lever long enough and a
fulcrum on which to rest it he could
move the earth.
"If you can't move the earth,"
shrieked a surf rairette, "turn the Job
over to us! We'll do It!"
But the Journalists and historians of
that day, being men exclusively, meat
ly blue penciled that part of the story.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
TtiB Kind You Have Always Bought
A TsnalBK Void.
"No mere mortal," declared the pro
fessor In astronomy, "can comprehend
the Immensity of space."
"I think I can," ventured one of hit
"And why your
"I have a dally humorous column to
fill up." Louisville Courier-Journal.
Fine ' Becipe for Golds.
Any druggist can supply these in
gredients, or be will get them' from his
"Mix half pint of good whiskey;
two ounces of glycerine; half ounce of
Concentrated pine compound. Shake
the bottle well each time and use in
doses of a teaspoonful to a tablespoon
ful four times a day." This prescrip
tion Is said to work wonders.
The Concentrated pine is a special
pine product and comes only in half
ounce bottles, each enclosed in an air
tight caso, but be sure it is labeled
"Concentrated" in order to get the
"You will miss your son John whei
he goes back to school."
"Yes," answered Farmer Corntossel
"I don't know how I'm going to gel
along. He has got all the critters or
the place so used to his college yei:
that I don't s'pose anyone else kit
drive 'em." Washlnsrton Star.
"Tour milk costs you IS cents s
auart and your butter 45 cents s
pound? Why do you pay such exorbl
tant prices as that for them?"
"Bless you, I don't I'm merely add
Ing In what It costs me for Ice to k(
Onas Muck Uaaacawarr SuffeHaa
Tnl HIT fcttAUU TOl (Utt3DS
Ciaa ImUoI wliat tmakf sad kaak it littia
liuaaM sad prvrao) Bum aefiout Uaasj. CtJdieB
hit S loo s plamnl la lass and doal ant uiast
AU Dnisabts, 28 seats.
Recentdiscovcrlcs have shown
that falling hair is caused by
germs at the roots of the hair.
Therefore, to stop falling hair,
you must first completely de
stroy these germs. Ayer'sHair
Vigor, new improved formula,
will certainly do this. Then
leave the rest to nature.
Dott not changt tht color of tht hair.
Jormala wltha.ua bottle
a) Shaw It yea
ilm abaat It,
aa ha aaya
Recent discoveries have also proved thit
dandruff is caused by germs on the scalp.
Therefore, to cure dandruff, the first thing
to do it to completely destroy these dan
druff germs. Here, the same Ayer's Hair
Vigor will give the same splendid results.
Hade by the J. O. ajar oew. Lowsu, H.
Handicap of lias) Roads.
"Don't you realize that you ars
financially handicapped by bad roads?"
"Of course we realize It," answered
Farmer Corntossel. "No automobiliaf
dares travel fast enough to give us an
excuse for collectin' a fine. Washing,
"Cascsrets are certainly 6ne. I rare a friend
one when the doctor waa treating; hint for cancer
or tneaiomacn. The next morning he psssea
four pieceaof a tape worm. He then got a bos
and in three days he psased a tape-worm 45 f
Ions-. It was Mr. Matt Frees., of Millerahnra;,
uaupntn Co., fa. I sm quite a worker lor cssca
rets. I use them myself and find them beneficial
for most any disease catiaed by Impure blood.
Cbaa. K. Condon, I,ewiston, ra., (Mifflin CoJ
Pleasant. Palatable, Potent. Taste Good.
Do t.ootl. Never Sicken, Weaken or Grip.
10c, 25c, 50c. Never sold In bulk. The genu
ine tablet strmped C C C. Guaranteed to
aura or you- money bask. 821
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Oat of town people
ean bars their plats
and brldgework So.
lined la on da)
Wa will fiv yM t to4
22k sola er sontltlt
crows lf $3.6
Nolir Crtwsi 5.0
Oolsf lllinn 1.0
Eatsisl Flltlnc 10
Silver Fllllsft .0
i Inlty Fllllni
tot Rubber m am
pittM . 6.00
' Plata. 7.8
rVnloi EitrMea .6
as. m. . wut.
M HIM IMI.H1I MtnUB
WORK SUASANTtSO roft IS VKARS
iraotioa a rea wnea piat ur ""
Pain I mi iLxtreotioB rea whea plates or bncia
b ortleredTOoneultatloa Free, Yoa eaaBot
painless fork dons anywhere. . All work full
ni.Ml. aiodaraaleotrioeaalDaent, Meet mi
Wise Dental Co.
lJKESSS. POUT LAND. OREGON
enioa aooasi i a. at. ie r. at. taasa. s
IN YOUR HOME
Means an unfailing" water supply. It
means that you will have tha moat practi
cal Domeatio water aunply system now in
use. No elevated tank, no frosan pipes la
winter, no stannant water In aummer. no
water aupply troubles ol any sort. Tank
placed In basement, out of sight and way,
made of pressed steal, will not rust and
will last a lifetime.
You will be pleased with the LEADER
system of furnishing Domestic Wats
Bupr y. Ask for our catalogue and free
book lot. "How 1 Solved My W ater oupply
LEWIS & STAVER CO.
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rltlne; to advertlsars plasss I
oa tale paper.
hec liowni ( bops Up.
Bheep-ralHlnK has not always been
a profitable buainess, acordlng to tht
reminiscences of some old stockmen
reported In the Hreeiler's Gazette. Nev
ertheless the price of the "finished
polu-t" on the hotel bill of fare hat
remained fairly roiutant with a ten
dency to rise.
'The worst deal 1 ever got," the Ore
iron rsnrher declared, "was at Chicago
during the hard times. I got In here
one day with one thousand two hun
dred lambs thtt made my commission
man pucker up a wry face. We finally
put them orr the sraUs Bt fifty canti
a head, and I figured out that It would
be n ary lo do a large business t
make any money on that basis. Ms
(UKtedly I aavurel my return Iran
iMirtattnn and started downtown to gal
enrnntMrn to eat before taking tht
"Hot any lanib chops r said t
-Vertalbty,' he replied. T t
l)4 him fe fetch three, and tt
neither took ad aif lasted .m4 ,g
Mis hill rself five rem tou
twidf etHsoiir U'skiiii etuftsr ui
ef si.., sisu 4"ilug (! (tills
Me4 lout lets cleat 4J leKer
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The Arose r shoes for men:
shoes that 7ooJt (, fttl and wtat right.
Made of ttltcltJ leather leather that ia best by
every for. Correct In style. Made by the finest
shoe makers, In the best equipped factory in existence.
shoes are "bull! on honor built fur fmbimj style end service-
buiil ft ebsuigie ealUlaMlon and lasting (uu,kxL liiggssl values
you can svsi bo pa lo gel lot lle mousy.
Thais la an llunuthlll Style thai will isMtly sull you and Ai you.
Ask your shoe dealer i II he batn'i U, wilts wa. Loa tut
Its tVa-ye' I' J Cmk on the tula.
FStSlf you will H.I ae !! aaaxs sf t.al.r erne eWee
Mtrtl M.Meibill Bies. ws will s.i'4 l.ee. (
.mm at.ii.it. sue l., elO.wig We.oli.
Wl alee rusks trading Lsdt kiwwa. Metie W
luthlvil fc !.. Yttiite 1 usI-i-'M fciMMt, Sjtlai Moil
k a. awaii
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