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THE NEW AGE, PORTLAND, OREGON
ALL HAIL PE-RU-NA.
MIhh Mary O'Urlcn, .105 Myrtlo j
Ave., JJrooklyn, N. Y., writes: j
"Prriinn rurril mp In five weeks of
catarrh of (he stomuth, after Miffurlng
for four yearn and doctoring without
firuct. In common with other grate
ful ones who hnvo been bt-nolltted
by your dlHcovery I say, All hall to
Mr. II. J. Honncmiiu, Oakland, Nob.,
"I waitod boforo writing to you about
my sickness, catarrh of the stomarh,
which I hnd ovor a year ago.
"Thoro were peoplo who told tno it
rould not stay cured, but I am suro
that I am cured, for I do not fool any
more 111 effects, have a good appetite
and am Klng '
"Ho I am, and will nay to all, I am
iMircd for good.
"I thank ynu for your kindncB".
"Prrunn will be our house medicine
Catarrh of tlio atomnch la also known
In common parlance) aa dyspepsia, gas
trltls and indigestion. No mudlclno
will bo of any permanent benefit ex
cept It roinovon thn catarrh.
A Qrcnt Tonic.
Mr. Austin M. Kmall, Avtorla, Ore.,
writes: "During the hot weatbor of the
oast slimmer I lost my appetite. I
tried I'oruna, and found It pleasant to
take, a splendid appetizer and a great
I - :
A Unique Clly.
In one respect, Quito, tbo capital of
Ecuador, Is the most unloni? Hy In tin
' world. It Is situated In both tin. lorth-
rn and southern hemispheres If w
accept the equator an the real dividing
Hue a distinction claimed by no other
place of Importance on the globe.
At Quito tlio Htm rises and sets nt fl
'clock the year round. You may fop
got to wind your watch whllo you art
visiting the lOoundorlaii capital, but you
need not hunt up a regulator; set II
when the sun rises or sets, nnd you will
be sure to bo right. Old Sol mlikos uo
Tlio seasons, as far as names are con
cerned, chnngo almost Instantly; but,
an the temperature Is remarkably even,
tlicso curious points are seldom thought
of by the peoplo who mnko Quito tbeli
Our I.noknl 1I Furore.
It In the locked up forces within that
Ho deep In our nature.H, not those that
aro on the surface, that tent our mettle.
It Is within everybody's Kver to call
out thcflo hidden force, to bo some
body and to do something worth whllo
In tho world, and the man who does
not do It In violating his sacred birth
right. Success Magazine.
I'elcr I'ry'a lhllooltjr.
Half truths are worse than whols
Homo women mnko "flirting" covef
a multitude of sins.
Marriage Is a partnership In which
woman Ih never the "silent partner."
Itny your wife a good diamond ring
for economy's sake. She'll never went
out many pairs of gloves aftor that.
LAND SCRIP IS&
Ai'ptnvril tmt hcrlp for urvr)ni. uuaurvrynl,
llmlirril ur iirmtli- guvrruiiirui Unit. II, M,
HAMILTON, I'onuud llul.l, lmlud, umuu
GASOLCNE ENGINES (0 hor.-
power lully warrauted, f IJ9. All alsoa auJ
t) In at luweit I'rlcoi. Wilt (or cUlog,
RtlERSON MACMINCRY COMPANY
Portland Trade Directory
Naniee and Adilrtaat a In Portland of Repre
ecntetlve Ituelnc aa rirme.
MAOIU I.AN'l'KllNH-W.I.I. r Co., loHlaad.
Url rli'' un Iiilrut and HIKln.
IIOHhKh of all WlmU fur ! at Yry rauonabl
Irtc. luutr Kroui ml
CKKAM HKPAIIA'IOIW-W. luarautM Hi U.H.
b.lnmlor In b lli lint. Write tut (? vetaltu.
lUitlnwd IU, t lllli aud Oak.
MKN'HOI.OTIUMI-llultuin . rVn.lUton. iol.
Moola Alfred ll.nlauilu . Va,'t roirtcl clolli.a
kvorjrlliliif In nico'. runiUliliiai. liorrlegu ami
ttltiu alrla. t)pll Htonlr,
ruUlTrHY 01-If you nam your htnt to la
route rate k rlt ua fur ftra )erllcutre aboul 1'u
HINA VUlll.lllV f k'KUn-Acm. Mill C.
I'lANOrt A OIUIANM- Oldrat lno houiaon la
rltlo cvl. Orm and I'lauoa ou y uayiu.ula.
Writ Ar lUt. IM ui quota you a rk'. All.o
Ollbail-IUtuakvr I'a, Ponlaiul, Uracon.
V ANTKI-Vlf ii and Womtu to Warn ll.rrxr trada
In.Ubt wtakti k'ra.liuira ram rrom fit lit tu
Hcaklyi tirUiiairiH-orii t'tUa flrr I Molar
Hy.um o( t'ollKf, U S. I'outtli at., loillaud.
TKI.KUKAIMIY TAlToinirilKK. Co"uT
Jilt I. cour. and olt on iiHJlirnl wliru maduat4
lulaoiYvr aood only for .hurt lliu. Writ fur iar
lUulara. rACU'lO TKl.KdltA I'll INttYITUTK
Uraad Ih.alra llulldliif, IVrllaiul, l)rton.
N wrttlny io4TriUrpU
vmmvm ! yvpvr
An Klifht-Slilecl Ilnrtt.
Hero In a plan for n bnin of the eight
Bided or octagon shape. TIiIh octagonal
burn la 25 feet on ouch side, providing
accomomdutlon for about lltty head of
cattle. There Is a considerable gain
In lloor space when the octngon form
Is used Instead of tlio square form, the
name amount of wall enclosing a great
er number of squaro feet. Tlio main
objection to an eight-sided barn Is that
It Ih dlllkmlt to fill with a hay fork or
sheaf carrier. This may bo largely
overcome by erecting a gablo on ono of
the sides of tlio roof and running n
track In rrom that height, which may
be extended to within 20 feet of tlio op
posite wall. Tlio roof requires to be
sclf-supiwrtlng and to sccuro this the
plates should bo bolted together nt tlio
comers and held by a band of Iron 4
feet long, bent to fit nnd solidly bolted
so that the corners can never spread. In
the stable part the larger cattlo should
bo assigned to tho outer clrclo, tho
smaller ones to the Inner row. Ono
feeding alley serves for tho two rows,
nnd a circular track can bo arranged
for cnrrylng slhige. In order to got
nutllcleut light there requires to bo an
almost continuous window alwut threo
feet above tho ground. Montreal Star.
Profit In Korea! Thlnnlns.
A bulletin entitled "Improvement
Thinning" hns been Issued by tho State
forester of Massachusetts. Tho author
shows that tho growth on considerable
areas cnu bo Improved and made moro
productive by the application of uiodcr
ute thinning whllo tho stands aro In tho
process of development. Thin ns often
ns the material to be removed will pay
for Its removal Is tho rule laid down
,11s' to how often to thin. As to tho de
gree to which it Is safo to thin, the
cover should never bo broken to such
nu extent that It will not close again In
two or threo yearn nnd enst a dense
shade. In answer to tho objection that
Is sometimes urged that such work Is
tmpractlcablo under existing conditions
of tho labor and wood market, tho au
thor refers to the fact that thinning
has been done and Is going ou now In
Massachusetts and neighboring States,
and that It hns not only paid for Itself,
but bus In Rouiu Instances yielded a nut
protlt of from twenty-live centa to $2 on
each cord of wood removed.
l'ropnre the Wool Well.
A wool grower sending wool to mar
ket In a heavy, dirty condition, leav
ing anything In the ticcce to mnko
moro weight, and expecting to get more
money Is greatly mistaken, lluyern es
tlmate the value of the clip by the net
yield of clean wool. When grower do
their best they secure for themselves
tho best results. The soundness of the
tlber may be tested by stretching n
small staple between tho lingers. Sta
plo 2 Hi Inches In length up, Ih classod
combing below clothing. Labor ex
pended In preparing tho clip for salo Is
well liestowed and brings Its own to
ward. The yolk In wool Is tho oily
substance which gives color ami lends
softness to tho ticcce. It also promoter
tho growth of tho tleeco nnd prevents
the wenrlng of tho fiber. Good feeding,
shelter mid care promotes this secre
tion. Sheep mill II nil Weather,
Sheep are tender, and but for their
dense covering of wool, could not en
dure severe winters. In tho wild state
tho lambs aro not produced until mild
weather. Domestication hns changed
tho conditions somewhat, and lambs
como early, but they aro not well pro
tected with wool covering and ueod
warmth. This fact must not be over
looked when tho ewes are due to lamb.
Hya for I'aatMr.
Th varly rye always shows Itself
aoou after the weather begins to moder
ate In the spring, and some farmers
usually then begin to use It for pastur
ag. It Is a mistake to use the rye too
early, aa It may cause scours. It Is rery
laxative In Its effects, belug watery, and
a change from dry feed to young rye
rery Mriy m m season mar result in
Iom of milk.
w& 'iv nB '
Truvt-lliiir School of Atrrlculture.
Cornell University In New York will
this summer mnko an entirely new and
somewhat unlquo departuro In lt agri
cultural work. Following a petition
signed by seventeen Btudents who were
desirous of becoming acquainted with
agricultural conditions existing In dif
ferent iKirtlons of tho United States,
tho collego will send out n upeclnl car,
fitted with the accommodations for tho
housing nnd study equipment of tho stu
dents during their trip. It has been
styled n traveling school of agriculture.
Those In charge plan to start on tho
trip about tho 1st of July, tho Itlncrnry
being planned with a view to covering
about eight weeks, whllo tho cost per
student Ih placed at about $100. Tho
car will go from Ithaca to Buffalo and
through Ohio, Illinois, Iown, Nebraska,
Colorado. Texas. Loulslann. MIhrIrrIh.
pi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina,
Virginia, rcnnnylvanln and back homo.
In n way this experiment will bo along
the line of tho seed corn nnd good road
special trains which hnvo been in oper
ation on many lines of rond in tho up
per Mississippi valley during tho past
two years, proving both popular nnd
grently beneficial to tho agricultural In
terests of tho localities visited. Tho
courso of agricultural Instruction con
templated In tho nbovo tour will glvo
tho students who tnko ndvnntago of It
u urst Hand and Intlmnto ns well an ox
tensive, acqualntiiiico with tlio condi
tions nnd methods of agriculture cover
ing tho wholo country nnd will givo a
breadth of view nnd n fund of practical
Information that could hardly bo got
from study In ono place or In ono
flortta Will V.nt Kvcrrthln.
Hero aro boiiio things which tho
brush goat will cut: Hazel, crab,
blackberry, cedar, hemlock, holly, wil
lows, haws, buck, HquiiwbcrrlcH, hick
ory, sago brush, elder, gronsowood, su
mac, nsh, grape, Jackoak, mahogany,
pine, maple, llr, rosebush, cherry, uldor,
salal, apple, poplar, nil kinds of oak,
plum, elm and ninny others. Ah to
weodH, overythlng uppenra to bo to their
taste, even to tho jwlson Ivy, which
soiuo breeders say they eat safely, pro
vided they havo n vurloty of other
weeds to vary their diet Urowslng
gives tho venison or gnnio flavor to tho
flesh, and for that reason Is to bo pre
ferred; fed an sheep or cows, tho flesh
has tlio mutton flavor.
Fmnlarntlnar the Orchard.
The Insect tax upon this country's
agricultural Interests is something
stupendous. Indeed, wero It not for tho
ravages of Insects, great and small, the
llfo nnd profits of tbo horticulturist
would bo so attractive as to completely
chnngo the present attitude toward
their occupation. The government ex
perts nro doing nn enormous amount of
educativo work In determining tho ex
act organisms that are responsible for
each particular form of damago and
tlio best mothod of combating same. Fu
migation la ono of tho modem farmer's
magic Bclenco wands by which, In a
trice, ho clears his crops of Insect life
that It not held eradicated would prob
ably destroy his en tiro crop. In Cali
fornia Immeuse balloonllko arrange
ments of ennvns are used In fumigating
fruit trees, nnd now a Texas Inventor
proposes to modify tho plan, with tho
Idea of making It available for smaller
crops, such as cotton and com. The
appliance consists of a supporting truck
for movement over the ground, general
ly by tho uso of horses, a combustion
chamber for the formation of the
fumes, or gases employed ns fumlgant,
and n framework, adjustable as to
heights, and a hood covering tho whole.
At tho rear n deflector curtain Is pro
vided, with a depending shield extend
ing across the combustion chamber to
dellect tho fumes and force them Into
contact with tho plnnts. with an appa
ratus of this general typo It Is possible
to effectively nnd rapidly treat large
numbers of plants, tho deflector or hood
extending over two full rows of plants.
How Ara tho Teeth T
Many farmers make the mistake of
feeding stock food or other similar mix
ture to horses when they seem to hare
difficulty in tatlug, when what the ani
mal needs Is to have his teeth cared, for
by a competent veterluarlan. A bora
who teeth are out of order, bolts
much of Its food because It cannot mas
ticate It, hence the food taken does lit
tle or no good and the animal loses
both flesh and energy. If the horse la
trylnx to eat and Is not keeping up Its
vigor better look to its teeth, for la
nine cases out of tea here Is wosrs ta
"My hair," remarked tho middle
aged man, sadly, "Is the most ambi
tious thing nbout me, it seems."
"What's tho answer?" queried his
"It Is always coming out on top,"
explained tho pnrty of tho first part
To Break In New Shoes.
Atwayi lhake In Allan's Foot-Etfe, it powder.
Itctireit hot, Bwentltiff, aching, iwollcn feet.
Curen corrn. Ingrowing nalli and biinloru. At
allilruirKlata and ahoe atorea.ttr. tlnn't arcent
anyxtilHtltute. Sample malted FREE. Addroaa
Allen S. Olmated, Ij Uoy, N. Y.
, Bpeclnl Tcrma I
"And have you any special terms
for summer girls when they como in a
pnrty?" asked tho pretty brunetto In
the mountain hotel.
"Yes, Indeed," responded tho clerk,
"And what arc they?"
" Tenches' and 'dears.' "
PI. Vltua Dance and all Ntrroua Dla.aui
i tH-rmanantly curiM nr Dr. Kline's Orral
Ni-rve Itrsmrer. Hand for KIIKE 3 trial bottl nnd
ircatlic. Dr.lt. lt.Klln. ,1x1., 831 Arch M.,l'ulla.,r.
The Mole Una Kyea.
Tho majority of peoplo bellcvo that
tho molo Is even "blinder" thnn the
proverblul bat, but tho naturalists
know that such Is not tho case. Sir
John Lubbock nnd Carl Hess, the lat
ter a noted German naturalist, by care
ful Investigation proved that tho molo
hns eyes which aro ns perfect ns those
of n liorso or nn elephant. They aro
very sninll optics, to bo suro (only one
millimeter in diameter), but In the
mntter of reflection and refraction do
not differ from the normal eyes in
Opium.Mornhlnc nor Mineral.
A perfect Remedy for Consllpa
llon. Sour Stomach. Diarrhoea
and Loss of Sleep.
MaMBaaaMaiajaaw a aaajaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai
r&c Simile Signature of
.EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
He Had Itemembered.
Illrnm Ilobbs wna absent-minded. lie
admitted that himself. Still, even he
was occasionally surprised by his own
fallings. Ono morning ho reached his
otllco unaccountably late. "Dear mo!"
ho thought. "Wliero can I havo been?"
Tho answer was not forthcoming. Ill
ram sat down at his desk and took out
his pockcMinndkerchlef. It was tied
tightly In a knot.
"Now," ho exclaimed, "what was that
tor? Oh, yes Marthy told mo to got
my shoes soled."
With an air of resignation to the
whims of womanhood he put on his hat,
closed bis desk, and went out to the
"soled-whlleyou-walt" cobblers. He
went In and sat down, took off his shoes,
and settled back In a chair to read his
"What is It, Mr. DobbsT" inquired the
"What? Oh, er er er why oh,
yea i I want my shoes soled."
"Pardon me, air," said the cobbler,
"but I finished soling them only half
an hour ago. They can't be worn out
Deafness Can sot Be Cure4
Vi local aprllcatlona aa they rannot reach the
auaeaaeil portion o( the ear. To a re U only one
war locuredealuen, and thai la by couatltu
tlonal raiueillea. lieafneaa la cauatd by an In
flamed condition o( the tnucoua lining- ol the
Kuatachlan TuUt. When thla tube la Inflamed
you hare a rumbling tound or Imparled hear
ing;, and when It la euttrely cloied, Deafneai la
the reiult, and unleaa the Inflammation can be
taken out and thla tube re. toted to It normal
condition, hearing-will be dtatrojred foreran
Bine caaea out ol ten are cauaed by Catarrh,
which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of
We will give One Hundred Pollara (or any
caaa ol laf nrti (cauaed by catarrh) that can
not be cured by UaU's Catarrh Cure, bend lor
alrcuUrt , Iree.
r. J. CHKNKT A CO., Toledo, O.
Bold by Druif lata, 75c.
UaU's Vamlly 111U are the bast
"She thought he was rery prominent
before their marriage."
"Yea, she saw his picture In a news
paper labeled 'A Young Man of the
"And now that they are married?"
"She has fond out that he U a
yeusf aaaa et the nbjat"
tlaflUel Them All.
Aunt Pantheu Brooks lived In a little
New Hampshire village very many
years without quarreling with any one,
and was so thoroughly liked by every
one for miles round that hor popularity
excited the Interest of a summer visitor.
"Aunt Panthcn," he asked, "how Is
it that you keep on such good terms
with every one, while they aro ail quar
reling among themselves?"
"Well," said Aunt I'nuthea, "being ns
you aren't to stay hero long I'll tell
you. When I go down the street I meet
Jason Purdy, nnd he says, 'Why, Pan
then, how well you lookl'
" 'I;m glad you think so, Jnao,' I say,
smiling nt him.
"Next minute up comes Ezry Dracut,
" 'Well now, Panthcn,' he says, 'how
porely you aro looking this year.'
"'My land, Ezry,' I say, 'how quick
you are to notlco those things 1'
"So It is with everything. Those who
like to think ono way, I let 'em think
rt, and those who llko to think the oth
er, I let 'em think It."
Who can deny that Aunt Pnnthea had
discovered a comfortable philosophy of
KotDeri will And Mr-, Yflnilow'i Soothing
Syrup the be it remedy touie for their children
during the teething period.
Fred (after six month absence)
Aro you married yet, old mun?
Joe- Not mo.
Fred But I thought you were go
ing to marry that wealthy young
Joe I thought so, too, but I discov
ered that sho was also a thinker.
Tho Kind You Havo Always
in uho for ovor 30 years,
mid hns been xnndo under Inn pcr
'ffl 'J' Snnl supervision slnco its Infancy.
&cc4tl Allow no ono todccclvo you In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd "Just-iiM-good" tiro but
Experiments that trlilo with nnd endanger tho health of
Infunts nnd Children Experiences ngalnst Experiment,
What is CASTORIA
Oastorla is a harmless substltuto for Castor OH, Pnro
gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is lMeasnut. It
contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Nurcotlo
subBtanoo. Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms
and allays Foverlshncss. It cures Diarrhoou and Wind
Colic. It relieves Toothing Troubles, cures Conrtlpatlon
and Flatulency. It asslmiliitcs tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sloop.
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
Your Tongue is Coated!
LOOK Inside your
watch cover and
That's bad busi
What you been Eating?
What were you drinking?
What kind of Lazy Chair did
you take exercise In?
Now don't think It doesn't
Because, It's your Bowels
that talk now, every time you
open your Mouth.
That doesn't help your
Popularity, nor your Earning
Besides, a man with bad Bowels is in s
And, a Coated Tongue, or a Bad Breath,
aro aure signs ol bad Bowels and poor
Go and take a. Ten Mile Walk, (or
'Finest thing In the world for Constipa
tion, Indigestion, or Dyspepsia, Ten Mile
Haven't time? Too Lazy?
Well, there Is another Way.
Take Artificial Exercise foryour Bowels.
They rouse tho Bowel Muscles, Just
as a Cold Bath freshens Athletic Muscles.
"Waken them up, Strengthen them so
they Contract and Expand the Bowels and
Intestines in a healthy active manner.
That's how these muscles work the Food
along, through your thirty feet o( Intes
tines, to Its Finish.
That's how they squeeze Gastric Juice
into the food, to Digest It.
That's how they make the millions of
little Suckers In the Intestines draw tho
Nutrition out of Food, and transform It
Don't have a falling out with
your hair. It might leave you I
Then what? That would mean
thin, scraggly, uneven, rough
hair. Keep your hair at home!
Fasten. It tightly to your scalp !
You can easily do it with Ayer's
Hair Vigor. It is something
more than a simple hair dress
ing. It is a hair medicine, a
hair tonic, a hair food.
The best kind of a testimonial
"Sold for ovor slxtr yoars."
by J. O. Ayr Co., lowall, Maaa.
,ao manafaoturera of
Maxim Gorky sneered, all the more bit
tcrly because thoro were few to observe It.
"Here you Americans," he said, "found
me a bigamist in an hour and It hns taken
you three years to find that you can't
find whether ono of your Senators Is a
blsmmlst or not."
Then he absorbed such solace as there
was In a gallon of tea. Philadelphia
Bought, nnd which has been
has homo tho fjlgimtnro of
into Blood, Brawn, Brain and
No purging from CASCAR
ETS, because there Is no flood
ing o( the Bowels with a waste
of precious Digestive Juice, as
with Salts, Castor Oil,
Cascarets act like Exercise,
harmless, pleasant, simple,
convenient, but sure as Shoot
ing. The thin little Ten Cent
Box, carried In your Vest
Pocket constantly, is suro
protection against the results
Easy Chair Athletics
And Lazy Liver,
Ono tablet taken whenever you suspect
you need it will Insure you against 90 per
cent of all other Ills likely to attack you.
Because 90 per cent of these Ills begin
in the Bowels, or exist through poor
Cascarets don't purge, don't weaken,
don't irritate, nor upset your stomach.
Ten Cents, at all Druggists, Be very
careful to get the genuine, made only by
the Sterling Remedy Company, and never
sold in bulk. Every tablet stamped
w rue TO OUR r MENDS I
W wait te lead to ear friesdj a beaattfal
frmaaekaef GOLD-rtATED BONBONBOX.
ard-eaeie!ea ta esters. It U a beauty far Ue
srewlai task. Jea ccats la stanta U asked as a
stuart ol mf Ml aa U cer er cost of Catcart ts,
igaay. eaneaisi uua laser. AMresa
r vestas?, vaecace er an iaB
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