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III ..., which tho skin, liver,
Tflroon. cannot take caro
t-l jnu v.
bout hetP; ,h()r .
r'' , .DMlllo, that tired feeling,
rr, fl of indigestion, dull head
' d ijr other troubles Dro duo to
P liquid form or In chocolated
yel He Meant Well.
Itrnrv linrrisuii uuu
. battle of TlilTnoo.
ii wns mi to me," ho ex-
L . sl ,h0 fut,,ro novc,,"u (
Ii . ,ort of historical background."
I lth the s1"1''10 '"In10'1"081' of
f'm It did not occur to him that
I comlnR authors would choose to
the scones i
l Palestine, Mexico, fJrnustark,
.... .nAnM fll Lltfli lvnv n.
i ne .
, in(J QtlUr Hiri iKii i
P ... unHnHU (11-
Infart almost every xerlr
in. Instead of proven lnK col
in , ,. , ',-,, (1f ,,,t cii
K when ilrst iireil have a boiillldal
b N ic.lo'o has to bo continually
' ' .n,i luforc lung tho remedy ceases
rcu."" .. n t pH,.i.
hiiie'K' , . i, r,.ll..,l
Irtlon. now v.... v ...
Thmo Is 0110
SSucit ho ".no r milts with tho
rAtn nw,,!,lyy1l''lrfl ,,,,,,"r mo'
i, is llr mlreth'H I'llls, which has n
, i tlpation and all troubles arising
W oMaloortho W001I.
Mirth's 1 Hi-'' "",,,u
mlCli IVOUr gnuniPii.
Snd in etery every (Iron and medi
ae, cither plain or hugor-coatcd.
The I.nut Ilun.
Lwasn vacancy In tho ministry
iffest HlRlilai"! parish, for which
candidate!! preached In tho church
roe (successive Sundays. Tho first
Jlmlnutlve In stature, the Hecond
-still, and tho third tho smallest
Mr la the congregation spoko
fa member of tho church commit
Snd demanded to know why such
candidates had been selected.
Iiplanatlon, ns a writer In tho
In If lesraph gives It, was this:
feel, mum, yo nee tno meepenus
Itcomo Kry Bmall, and they're no
Id oat such big mlnluters as they
To Break In New Shoe
kiihtto In Allcn'a Koot-Knuc, a ponder.
Enoi, iMcauriK, unuiiK. nwoiiun icui
nLlnerowlin; imll and tmnloni. A
Kgliti ami iliou utorcn 2.V. Don't nrrciit
Ittltnte. Fmni.lo mallet KIIKK. Addm
luuancu, lAinoy, .-1. 1,
fcromh of n Nevada Cltr-
than two ycnrH ago 11 prospector
Ii way In the desert near tho Call
line, In Nye County, Nevnrin
led of thirst On tho spot where
inn's body was found Is now the
If Bullfrog. A water works plant
i foO,000 8tiipllcH an nhundancc
fa, Tbcrc are hotels with baths
Ii; rooms and residences equip
th all the modern paraphernalia
lue for comfort Electric llghtH
e the streets where only tho
t heaven looked down on tho
lof the lonely miner and within
plus of a very few miles there
p about 15,000 people.
j1 POWER OF THE NAVY.
Nonprofeaalnnnl 911ml riiiiln It Ilnrd
to ItcHllxn HtrctiKth.
Figures seem essentlnl to convey to
tho nonprofessional mind nn adequate
conception qf tho stupendous power for
aggression or for rcslstunco concen
trntod In twelvo bnttlo ships, four nr
tnorcd cruisers, four protected cruis
ers, four monitors nnd a dozen terpedo
boats nnd torpedo-boat destroyers, be
sides submarines nnd auxiliary craft,
says Harper's Weekly. It must hero
milllco to say thnt tho twelvo battle
ships nlono which wero massed oft Oys
ter Hay represented n combined dis
placement of nearly 101,000 tojis; the
armored cruisers, almost 05,000 tons;
tho monitors and protected cruisers,
inoro than 02,000 toiw, and tho wlulc
fighting fleet, Including the torpedo
boats and submarines, but excluding
auxiliaries, nn aggregato displacement
of upward of 214,000.
Uclatlvcly powerless nnd Insignificant
ns tho torpedo boats may have looked,
tho truth Is that if one of them, tho
Wilkes, ccuild get near enough to such
a flouting fojt ns tho battle ship West
Virginia and spit a torpedo out of her
tube In tho right direction, $0,000,000
would go up In the air and 800 men
would ho food for llshes. We may add,
in orucr to rciuio Bo;ne grounuiess ac-; young man with tho dinner pall. "I've
cusiitloiiH, that tho cost of the naval ra been workln' there for a month now nn'
view, imposing as thu pageant looked, 1,0 nln't spoke two words to me, 'cept
wns negligible. The cost was comput Whnt ho has to nhout the work."
ed by Hear Admiral Evans at $.!0O nil "That nln't right," said tho tobacco
told; for, as ho pointed out, so. long as mnn, sympathetically. "He ought to ho
a ship Is In connlilsslon, It Is Just af. I sociable. Thero ain't no need of a fel
cheap for her to he at anchor off Oyster , i0r puttln' on nlrs. He might tnke half
nn hour, once In a while to set down
All the bent breed
ing and Indlvldunlllr.
Yoonc slock on hand
at all times. 1'orren
D. L. KEYT
"How do you llko your now Job,
Billy?" Inquired tho periodical nnd to
bacco vender of tho young man with
tho dinner pall who had Just purchased
two "stockyards zephyrs."
"The Job nln't so worse," replied the
young man, stowing tho cigars careful
ly In hla vest pocket. "I nln't kickln
socially on the Job."
"Well, the pay's about as good as n
feller could expect."
"Don't you like tho Iioes? They say
he's a good man to work for."
"Ho mny bo nil right for them ns
likes to work for him," said the young
mnn, discontentedly. "I nln't struck on
"Whnt'fl tho trouble with him?"
"He's n fish, that's nil," said the
Hay as to be steaming across th.o ocean. 1
N nrerlnatlnir Competition.
imminent shipbuilder rat e-rnlnln.
f plant and specification for tho
addition to being the largest nnd
formidable battleship afloat," ho
Em me superior of all other, both
0 offensive nnd defensive point of
me most powerful armament
f t practically Invulner.iblf, It will
i'm, oeyond all comiiar son. It
NWt to steam twenty-eight miles
' It Is to bo fin mnpfi fwltt v.
S", asked one of the, members of
mlt'ee- hat Is tho ilea of devot
'ata attention to mero speed?"
r It micllt h n.....
V- lou can't tell wh
power may build a bigger
"Tom" Iteed'n Collar.
Among the prominent men of New
England there wns none, perhaps, who
wore a larger collar than Tom Heed.
One hot day In the summer of 100!
lteed wns In Portsmouth, and, having
to wnlt over for a train, ho decided to
mnko an Impromptu toilet, changing his
collar, etc. So he hied himself to the
nearest haberdasher's and began a gen
eral survey of tho collar display In tho
"Waited on, sir?" queried one of the
"Not yet," responded Reed, nnd then
added, "I would like n collar."
"What size?" piped the clerk.
"Size 20," answered Itccd.
"We don't keep collars so large, but
I think you may bo accommodated
three stores above."
an' talk over tho basebnll situation.'
"I don't know ns I wnnt him to bo
sociable," said the young man. " 8'
fnr's Hint's concerned, I've got friends
o my own. But whnt I menn Is ho
don't seem to take no notice o' me."
"Give him a poke In tho ribs an' tell
him to cheer up as he goes by," ad
vised the tobacco merchnnt. "Throw n
chunk o' sing at him or drop n pig o'
Because we make medicines
for them. Wc give them the
formula for Aycr's Cherry
Pectoral, and they prescribe It
for coughs, colds, bronchitis,
consumption. They trust it.
Then you can afford to trust
it. Sold for over 60 -years.
" Ayer's Cherrr Pectorsl Is a remedr that
houfd be- In err home. I Imto nf d a (treat
deal of It for hard conch and cold, and I
know what a iplendld mndlclne It I. I can
not recommend It too highly." MARK E.
Con em, Hyde I'arlt, Mats.
For you in
NEVADA Gcopacnrd MINES
A Few Hundred C A. STOCKTON, Droker
KlKhtly Invested 228 tumbtr Exchange
Means Klehcs. ..,. , r,r-u
Wrlto Today. PORTLAND, ORCGOfl
Iron ou his toes, no'll notlco you
"Quit yer klddln'," said the young
mnn. "Thnt ain't it. I've boon a-brenk-ln'
my neck over since I've took the
Job doin' work I nln't got no call to
do. Honest, I never dono so much j
work In my life ns I've dono In the last j
month. Most of the fellers tako it
easy an' soldier when they get a chance,
but T nln't never dono thnt There
nln't been any let-up for me. I've been
mlxln' up tho sand an wcttln It down
nn sortin' out the Jnggers nn chlppln'
cnstln's and feedln' tho cupnloca an'
hronkln scrap Just goln nil the time,
but It don't seem to make no difference Uyor's Pills greatly aid tho Chorry
to him whether a ctv work or loafs. Pectoral In breawns up a com.
I've lKen workln' myself. I guess he s t arwraiwaKa.,
11 . . ... . . 11. .t.nAAr. H- -1 LI,, nrrlnr. and Nwllll fltir nnlllwp 1 Ij '
".iosi Jiaciy, ngrccu inu
for fear he may not bo able to get any
Had by J. O. A jrr Co., Ix weU, SCas.
A1SO OUIDIUMUUBII 01
&it HAiVIOOR. 1
tobacco I Wo do not tako orders and peddle) onr Rubber
".He's probably nfrnld to fire you OWIx goods! our equipment is tho newest
nnu oesi money can uuy. ru. wi u
"ltubbcr Btamp Cauloguc."
THE mWIN-HODSON CO,
body to tako your place. If he wasn t
he'd be pattln' you on the back nn
glvln' you clgarH every time he came
near you. All the same, the wny It Is
you won't get to suffcrln' with a swell
cd head, which you might If ho petted
Found Him Ho.
Dbett The idea of Sllkkcr claiming to
be a hard working man 19 the richest
I .LI Tf I. . .1 fA,AtH
1. , ,t Konmann Well, he is, by
We ar purelmslng agents for large
tlmlcr buyers from all parts of tno
country. These men arc Imcstlng In
Oregon rnd Wflshington timber lands.
It will pay you to write us immediately,
civ Injj legal descriptions and net prices
on your timber land, In theco state.
Address Timber Department,
Northwestern Guarantee & Trust Go.
Lnnter Exchange Bidg, Second Fleer
TT tha tinriloat mnn I err triod to
Head wiui a tamping suck ana pays k
-ii. .itfiirAa Trii . Ii (I Tl (' nn An Ifwn I
iiKUL on nuntiii , it 11 uv v-.v.o pTruD .he beat remedr to use fortnelTcHUdroa
for your muscles if it ain't notnin eise. aunnztnoteeuungpenoa.
If he's a fish don't yon ben clam
"That's nil right," said the young,
man, "but Ihate to Fee a feller cold
blooded." Chicago Dally News.
1 Lnnter Exchange Bidg, Second Fleer
'S S. L Cor. 2sd ard Stark Sit, P03TLA.MD, OREGON S
1 sw y.ra txjr .
X-Itny for Pearl Flabera.
Pearl fishers on the coast of Ceylon
find X-rays of great service. By their
application It is possible to distinguish
without opening the shells the valua-
whlch tho eels recoil. A similar prin- "Ie oysters from those containing no
clple is said to. have been employed pearls. The latter, are thrown back
II from time Immemorial by fishermen on into the sea. Straits Budeet
l I mffnln .... ft.. nf n., Ttnlv I -. " .
During the nineteenth century fifty-
lulnttfla rt!tx Srvrri fftn OAn Yw
went and found the third store volcanic action and sixteen disap-
certain parts of tho coast of Italy.
It Is no new principle that Dojctor
Fere of the Blcetre Hospital In Paris
has made known In a recent nrtlcle on
"Work nnd Repose," but it is not the
Beware of Ointments lor Catarrh that
u mercury will surely destroy the sense of
meu ana compioiuiy uerango me wuoio ays
tern ween entering It tnrough the mucous
surfaces. Such articles stould never be used
xeept on prescriptions from reputable phy.
1 1LY DENTAL CO. JS1
Wo remove your bod teeth nnd broken
o'f oi l roots absolutely without pain.. Examliw
etlcn nnd Estimates free. Work the Best. Prices
tiie Lowest. tJolid gold Crown, ft; Brldeo work,
IU0 per tooth; Gold and Enamel Filling, l
and ttp; Best Kubber Plates, $7J0 per set; good
tct,r. Painless Extraction, SOe.
Third and Couch Street. Portland, Oregon.
less worth repeating. He has made sicians.asthedamag they will do is tenlold t
mnnv oruwlnl nmnrlmmita nni on. to tno good you can possibly derive from them. ;
many special experiments, and nn- Hall.8 catarrh cure, manufactured by K. J. '
above. It was a harness shop.
nouuees ns their general result thnt the Cheney fc Co., Toledo, 0.,containsnomercury,
supposed value of various alrotollc tWo
. . a I A . A ( I i a. a T. t.iiln ll.11. .TU .. fi ... .
it Hounded Unirrniefai. According to an export in pnrenoiogy ana otner sumuianis 10 increase pnym- ""5'"r"-W.rJ rnrn-iiV.ft t
A frugal nnd Industrious shoemakor tho average adult head has a clrcutn- cal nnd mental energy, and postpone in Toledo, Ohio, by F.J. Cheney Sc Co. TesU-
has two daughters, of whom ho In vorv ' ference of fully twenty-two Inches.
proud. He provides a good homo for T,1 overage adult hat Is fully 054 1 Illusory. There Is only one form of HaU'sFamny Plls are the best.
them, dresses them well, nnd Is elvlne 8lze- "ho sizes of men's lints are u eirective, recreative repose sleep; and
them a good education. Knr innr m and 0 generally. The professors of sleep, In order to exercise Its proper
ho drew on his modest bank account 'Scottish colleges generally wear 7 to power, must be natural. The sleep pro-
for n sum sulllclcnt to purchnse n new
piano for them. What followed niuv
be described in his own words.
Oh, yes," ho confided to a nelchbor.
"they wero grateful enough for It, of
course, nnd It's a great comfort to
hear 'em play and sing, but what do
you suppose wns the first thlnir tho L'lrla
learned on It?"
rm sure I don't know." said the
"'Everybody Works but Father."
Onilaslona of lllatorjr.
Socrates was busily encaged In writ
"Why do you keep on grinding out that
stuff?" shrilly asked Xnutlppo. "It
doesn't bcII. N'lne-tenths of It comes
back from the publishers 1"
"I know It," he said. "I am writing
for tho benefit of posterity. In the belief
"Posterity I" snapped Xantlpne. "What
has posterity ever douo for you, I'd llko
Posterity, my dear." mildly rejoined
hocratea, "has always been polite enough
not to interrupt mo in tho middle of a
Which crushing retort silenced the good
dnmo for tho space of nearly thirty sea
S sizes. duced by narcotics Is "a toxic somno-
A new vnrlcty of cigarette has been lence having the appearance only of
put up for sale in the French govern- real reparative sleep." But sleep Itself
ment tobacco shops. It Is guaranteed ,s a mystery concerning whose nature
free from nicotine. Opinions vary ns w'e possess merely a "hypothetical
to tho merits of the new weed. Many knowledge."
Inveterate smokers decinro that It con-1 Recent studies by Prof. Penck in the
slsts merely of ordinary tobacco boiled Alps, combined with those of Hugo
to get rid of the nicotine. They add Obermaler, a distinguished pupil of
that with the poison the aroma has ulso Penck, In the Pyrenees, have had the
vanished. effect of considerably shortening; the
The peddlers with carts who supply estimate of the length of time that has
tho occupants of villas In the environs elapsed slnco prehistoric mnn left the
of Pnrls with cherries nnd other fruits marks of his presence In Europe. It
Looked That Way.
"Come, Willie," eald his mother,
'don't be so selfish. Let your little
brother play with your marbles a little
'But," protested Willie, "he means
to have them always."
"Oh, I guess not"
"I guess yes, 'cause he's swallowed
em." St Louis Post-Dispatch.
St. Vitas' Dance and all Nervous Disease)
nermanently cured br Dr. Kline's 'treat
rvo lteatorer. Bend for KllKK 12 trial bottln and
treatise. Dr. 1L 1L Kline. Ld., 931 Arch HtPhlla..!'.
Thore ia no satisfaction keener
than bemg dry and comfortJ)I
Then out in the hardest storm.
0ARE SWt Of TfflS
IP YOU WEA
437 cxtSAii tveanvuiKl,
T0WIR CaHaBWII Ca.Us.uaoiOHIO.CAH.
Fi I AG 10 1
Force of Habit.
The modern Sherlock chuckled.
"I'll stake a silk hat against n stogie
frequently carry for sale a few smnll ow appears that both In the Alps and tllnt man is a New York policeman,"
turtles. They are purchased by the tho Pyrenees there exist contemporary ho whispered.
Inhabitants of tho villas to bo placed geological records showing four sue- IImv can yu tell?" asked the mys-
In their gardens, where they nre be- cesslvo periods of alternnte ndvnuce uuca rr,enu. tie is not In uniform."
lieved to servo ns very effective aids amI retreat of glnclntlon. Heretofore "Xo but 1 8nouted 'Side door to the
to tho enrdener hv nrovontlni? the rnv- It has been considered nrohnhle tlmr "gnu ana you should have seen him
ages of tho Insects nnd other small prehistoric men dwelt In the neighbor- duck-"
creatures which uro accustomed to do ood of these mountains during the piles cured IN g TO 14 DAYS,
much damage to the flower beds and "t two Invasions of the Ice. but the PAZ0 ointment i,.,.w,i , .
borders. now evidence Is regarded as provluc case of ichim-. biin.i hw.n '
An pleotrIr lnmn Inclosnd In n nrotri- tUnt lt wns only of the Inst or fourth. P"es in 6 to 14 days or money refunded.Me.
Ilttlo cage formed of lino metallic chains Bl"clnl dvnnce that man was a living obviou. Exniauation
almost touching each other, and held
rigid by metnlllc rings nbove nnd be
low, Is the very latest thing In lethal
chambers. Its destlued victim Is the
mosquito. By this Indention :
shown to tho savants of the Paris
emy by M. Chnulln the Insect
nntly attracted to Its dooju
alternating electric current passing
through tho chains kills It ns It endenv
ors to Investigate the attractive lumi
nous object Inside.
According to the Investigations of
Monsieur Seurat among the Pacific Isl
ands, there Is a slow elevation going on
there, which, by lifting tho reefs grad
unlly abovo the waves, preserves them
from erosion nt tho top, nnd enables
vegotnthyi and certain animal forms of
n terrestrial character to exist there,
This Is qulto in opposition to Darwin's
"I find it difficult to crasn some of
your idioms." said the sclmlnrl? lontltic
Ilnland for Hln Oliver. man with the BDCCtnole nnd tlio .IMHo
In a suit reeentlv trlod n n vii,.i foreign accent. "For exnmnlo. T tpndpr.
. ,..b,l,lU . . . ,, -
" unver tuis morning a coin i
IS BLOOD POISON
LIMIT TO ITS POWERS FOR EVIL
ftagious Blood Poison has brought morcmiiTerinff, misery nnd humila
kit. :.Noria han "1- other discasc3 combined : there is hardlv anv
WtteUv rrev" Ifc i3 the blackest nnd vilest of nil disorders,
ittedto In l0SZ ""-"ortunate enough to contract it nnd often being
y tontnn?000. "1sPrinr. a blighting legacy of etitTcring nnd shame.
i? tho c,. I i3. tlle trouble thnt innocent persons may contract it
ietrMM, ' tab.le w,re- toilct nrticl(i or clothing of one in whose
fry dST8 V,rus lms talcc root- Not only is it n powerful poison
r , ir.P:lve one- Only those who hnve learned hv bitter ex-nerienpo
' kw lllllc enrn n ..1 i t .. . . lZ . 1 ",B lB w'l""iiitn iu liurwllla I . ... " " un
e'liu:h isto fni tlmt 11,0 atolla wore forme1 by the Co,one Hopkins with this remark
IV1' unsijrhtiv rnnn-7Ii i 7 ,, luw".ul "yuKl "u"4 1 gradual submergenco of small Islnnds, . . , , u,iU 1,10 Present Take
lT'offensive8o7e fa T B A ' ! tllt the eoral-lnsects built up encircling " B,r'i:eu s wlint you know and
Er?urPolT,thel)or. J "Vf'r:- ';;"T1"r reefs ub the isianus same. .Monsieur " uarpora Week
i.fi.. town a younc awvor of i initwi " unver tuis mornins a coin V
'""'"J - vn,..- ichlh T o ,r.o.l i , ,
ncad. ence was addressing the Jury on n lood ' V B !!a' '..."r ' --J
Is pleas- Int of law when good naturedly he one-half. Whnt did he Venn
An I tlirnpil tn nnnno in, . .1 ttry.' . . r
ixu uiiBuv'u i wuuoci. u jium oil " ujcuui tnar
DR, C. GEE WO
This wonderful CfcW
neso Doctcr Is called
creat because he enr-s
people without one ra
tion that an. K'veu un
ia cje. lie cures w. n
thoio wonderful C 1I
nrw herb, roo s. buds
barks and vereiauVj
that are entirely tin.
Vnomi to m!l.al mu
enco in this conn-rythrouKrt trio usortboso
harraless re medies. Th Unions doctor knows
Uio action or over SCO dwr-'iit reaiedirs. wiilr.rt
he cs nccearu ly in d.ffDrent dlsea5. JUo
iniaran-ecs toe :ro ca! ar-b, ar.thmn, lun e. throat
rh uraotlsiu, nervous e-a. stumach. liver kld
neya, etc. j has hunrtreTls of UtaonuSt
Ch.ar5e?.modrrat- Call and eeohlnu ralenta
out or the city wrlto WblantsaclrctUari!
bnd stamp. CONSOJ.TATION iUllili
The C Gee Wo Chinese Metficine Co.
1 62J nrst St., S. E. Cor. Marrlsoa
Ment jn paper Portland. Or
New 52 OS
TOIl hnd nfTni-o,l hln.
much more experience than himself, 0 modest a sum," said the native. I When writing to adTertiser. Bioaa I
and asked: O, I see." , YV aiatla this paP.r. "cr"oa'
"That's rlr-ht T r.1lntr rv.i i tt k .1
Whereupon Hopkins, with n smilo of
conscious superiority, replied:
"Sir, I hnvo nn ofllce In Rlohmnmi
wherein I shall bo dellirhtnH t
C3 v tm I
ngnten you on any point of law for
The youthful attorney, not in
1 A . . ' ' I
lease ttDasnetl. took from hln twa- ..
1..... , .. . - J.WV.H.I. Ill
iiau-aoiinr piece, which lm
Seurat shows that tho elevation of tho
W the an fro i "e3 become diseased, the nervous system, ia
ii -"-. uccomcn mi n i nf ;f. t i.ia riu... ......
rpcShcr?U3aleo f I- oI Phenomenon, but
land 'V, lnv.e vay all outward Bymptomg of the troubles for A".keim ,".tho ?m ,lor nrcllI,cInK. n
Retreat,, , "-ved into the belief thnt he is cured. When,
ntotheb ood ,V?(toff,hefind3thnt the po.sonhas only been driven
lllse Btro.Hr a i l. '-scase reappears, and usually in worse form
$ bt havrA !,Crnls have Mot onlv fnilcd lo remoQ the virus from
S-S.S il ci !"C(l tlie cntre system because of their destructive
' is ttadenf only,real certain cure for Contagious Blood Poi
the bear t Co"lbinntion of healing blood-purifying roots, herbs
War(lofT 0' , aiure a Krcat laboratory of forest nnd field. We
4 . ....w Wt Wt yJ vuuuuiiii h jiuiuuiu ui
in any lorm, , S. s. goes down to the
very bottom of the trouble and by cleansing
the blood of every pnrticle of the virus and
nddingrich, healthful qualities to this vital
fli, 1.1 r - ii.' . - . i i .
' VEGETARI C S, tllo-"otighly does S. S. S. cleanse the
' "DLC. circulation that no siinia of tho disease nre
r ?.ur Bpecial i, i ever seen again, nud offspring is protected.
Pnt SiriS f ou Contagious Blood Poison, which fully ex
Offerers of t ii; Vlotrouble' aiul outlines tt complete home treat
Lr "peclal nuvliii, tr?,ble- No charge is made for this book, and
r wfo be ir In f1 a,dvlc.e olJoutcase or any of its symptoms, our
I WW to funUsh that, too, without harge, .
i T,tE SWIFT 9PECIFI0 CO., ATLANTA. OA
To Tell Poor M11U.
nero," said tho food Inspector. "li
nn easy nnd reliable wav to dff
Both tho Horn and the fnunn of those v
lulnnda urn (Hinflnpd to vprv fnw annrt iou take a Clean. WCll-nollshrwl l.-nlf.
nltlioiiirli seen from a tllstnncn nnnm n't tlng-neetlle, nnd you dip It down Into n
them npiienr very rich in vegetation. vcssc of milk. Then you draw It out
, , . . "I'usni, nnu watch t c oso y.
The Danish government hns recently "if ti.n min, i.
begun, under tho direction of Mr. P will han. tn t, " Z ,, ,UL' ! T or. 11
torsen of tho Biological Station at Co- has been added, even a little water Z
penhngen, nn Interesting effort to aid milk will not adhere to til ,5 ?
the ilshormen of tho Baltic by proveut n i 10 nec110 at
nig tno migration or eels from thnt sea
into tno ocean, xuo means employed Is 1.001 i.tko sixaKKeratioa
n -Dnrrier or light," ftVmed by placing Clnra-That man Grnco married Is
fifty electric lumps along n submerged old enouch to bo her fnti,.
m . ... I " V-4 I
cauio netween 1110 isiami of Fnno nnd Myrtle Oh. I thini.- 1.1- .... t. ,
th miiHt of icnnon. Ti,rt ff i... ' . " uaa een
... - ....v..,v.h uAiiKnunueu ; very row people, llvo tn
of such n barrier depends upon tho fact hn timr ni,i ip.,i, 1 ' no 10
tiiiit tno ecis uugrnto only (luring the
ar k hours. Accordingly, as soon ..s Every woman takes ns much time In
darkness begins, In tho season of ml- cottlmr off .. " " ...m
L-rntlnn. t.hn Ininns iir Illi.tnln.Wn.i 2, . .. "v.fc v" "a 8UO
'tiiu. aV!l of llBUt l- imposed from STr faP tt"
Tho Kind You Have Always iin,ti.V'i T"
turo of pirns. UlSSJ?. th '
mro ot CJms. II. Plotaiir ..! irV" "u. wio sifinia-
ywoLsulervte.on for over iin IU,r,SAl"ilr hIa
What is CASTOR I A
contains neither Onium Wr.V.V Ifc ls Wcasnnt. Ib
BUbstnnco. Its ao Is r?,mV n"T -er Nnrcotlo
nnd allays PoverlSiiios? t l0' royn Warma
Colic. It relieves Teoth UI,a Wind
nnd Flatulency. It iiss i esUcur,ca Constlpatlou
The Kind You Have Always MM
Bear tho Signtttiiro of
,Use Fo Over 30 Years.