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Offi SOURCE OFAIX DISEASE
Every part of the body la dependent on the blood or nourishment and
XXL TRAVELS THROUGH B08X.
Wrlw(rle Oaf Klnallr Afltr Co.hIb
f Crowd nnd Illoeltliiir Trnfflo
A street cleaner tusRio with n hose
that cut up queer unties nnd nt Inst re
fused to work, furnished amusement
ingth. When this life Btrcam is flowing through tho Bystcm. in a state of f J1'"?? n ,m,r,I'rlso1 to a 4larf c,owd
lty and richness we nre assured of perfect nnd uninterrupted health .flt 0,m H,l,u,rC(1 nnd ttynx Htrcct
nunn nnrr 111 find la nntlirn'fl flnfrucrnnrrf nrra J.,af ,u wi.L i .and Aaistordara avonuo. Now York
i body is fed on weak, impure or polluted blood, tho system is deprived of 0lly nd hultctl "rcot cnr trnn,c fr a
strensrth. dlscnsa ircrms collect, nnd tho trouble is mmilfwifprl ti vu. uunrtor of an hour. Tho troublo bo-
va. I'ltaiulnr crtintlotiS. 1)!mnle.i. ranlirM anil 41m f1(Tnrr-nVl.. -n- .1 olefin n fow mlnutuH nf(ir th lioiui liml
. . a a mm m i . w m a a m . . . .
ow tunc tno moou is m a icvcrisu una diseased conaiclon na n trunlt nf inn boon attached to a hydrant at the cor
uch acid or the presence of somo irritating humor. Sores and Ulcers aro or tho operator hnd mado a good
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( rF9lL DI 1UUIU1U. UUUCUILUV IimilCr III HID llinnil niVI I IfiMmnt am r I lull nf fltlulllnu- Mm nvntlim f.i. Iiclir ii
rrh, Scroiuin, contarioua -Wood Poison, etc., nro nil dccp-scatcd blood block to tho north.
I .... it. - 1 f J?. at a t m . I
sorucra urn. vm coauuuo 10 crow worse tin lonu an the no son renin ns. Rnddimlr llm Htrnnm di mint aim,!
lese imnurltics nnd poisons find their wav Into tlm hlnnd 1
e . . a . . . - - e - irurut i Liiuii nniiiiLti uu i l ii uiiiu.ciiL.
ton a niuiririnn. innciivc coiiuiLioji or Tiu fivtfni nni trtri,i oi r i ... ... ... ...
.. r i". .in.. ..,..(. ., , : 7 " i imui luriu u niiuuui in n Kraceiui
cnuta ui wmjf yuniw, iK.ivca iuc iciuao mm wasic maucrs to sour ana fmirni n,i then refused to work Tlw
,., nrlr. nml nMirM flrhla. wltlrli nr.fil-Mi ,.r. 4t. 1.1,.-..! jf.i.M...i..i iiri, aim uiou rt.uiiwi 10 worn. J iw
:.7r..T;7..:: elenner closod ono eye and
MK;Vf0rth0ti0 down the urn, nozzle. Ho
Icrobcs of Malaria Into our lungs, and when these get into the blood in w''"wrc V '"j1" nearly knocked
m-t-.-i. ill. . k I..-.. . " ' .. i. . , . . . . I off hla foff hv n full lilntf frrim fli
1 1 1 i r 1 1 1 AiiiiLiiLiLV jl i j i Li j 1 1 1 1' i ii i.i M ifr ni r qpnan inn niM imhIii. - - - . . w ... VHV
" 'I a ' " " -- va mmw.WW .UMAVA Vt OUUIU I .
bo imioriunuic :i 10 lnucnt oau inoou. nernan.'i uio drpfrn r nnmx niri
U8tItutioual disease of ancestors is handed down to them nnd nn. dropped It on Uio car tracks and
IINU1I1L1 V illlllU VI.U k 1 1 VaV Lt UL1 LSI W1LI1 I L. 1 1.1 f III lrf I 1 n I In n114fAn nil I I tilWIII'VU Mid tuvWa Tr IIIIU tl . 11 VI
r. nnd until this vital fluid hi rlrntiifd nnd ntiriTixd ilm 1.t 1 4. I fichoollFOVH nhoutcd dnrlMlvolr. Theii
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ucr in some -way. ji-or o.oou irouoics 01 any cuaractcr o. S. S. is the best "o crowa uegnn to coiiect-
cdy ever discovered. It goc3 down Into tho circulation ,nsd rcinovt.1 any I The man with tho hoiw became
all poisons, BuppHe3 the healthful properties it needs, nnd completely angry. Tho hoso began to act moro
uu pcrmancuwy cures blood diseases ol strangely than before It wriggled
every Kind. Ihe nction of S. S. S. is so and aulrnicd nnd nhot forth mnall
Ihoroughthat hereditary taints nre removed twisted Jets Intermittently. Pansen
There Is a remedy over sixty
years old Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. Of course you have
heard of improbably have used
the one household remedy for
coughs and hard colds on the
Ifnklnir Clolh from Pnper.
"To tho Ingenuity of Hcrr Emll Cln
vlez, a well-known Saxon Inventor and
manufacturer, la due tho production of
n paper yarn termed "Zylolln," Unit
has been successfully treed In a wide
rango of textile fabrics." So writes
Frank N. Unuskett In the Technical
"Tho utilization of paper wood fibre
In this practical way nnd tho extreme
cheapness of the now material com
pared with other yarns now In upc Is
really a most remarkable achievement.
This Is not a haphazard discovery, but
rather the logical result of years of
painstaking ntudy and experimentation.
After the Anal dcvclojwnent of the the
ory at first In mind Into tangible ma
terial for all manner of uses In textile
Industries, the paper thread and yarn,
loose or tightly spun, of all thicknesses,
have since been woven Into almost ev
ery conceivable fabric and tested and
retosted until the Invention has become
an Important commercial success. The
paper yarn has extraordinary wearing
properties, and as the full scope of Its
usefulness has probably not been deter
mined, It will, In all likelihood, lend
itself to other purposes yet to be dls-
, ... -1 1 covered."
Taondona 101 Parka. Tie Judge In Jail.
One of the most useful activities of "V "aid an esteemed magistrate,
the London County Council has been in "pcnt n week in Jail before I entered
and weak, diseased blood made strong and gers from tho cars It blocked crowded tno "tension of the pnrk system of the on mT Judgeship. I ate the prison food.
ALL HAIL PE-RU-NA.
A Case of
Mt'i CJitrrr 1'eetoral hm liroucht to'ffalr
.11 miio. & iimrQ lust roiToi
Itt attack, aaed rlitr.iatun
praneiv js. v. Uiooms, EiOYtm
tlironith eaen time, I tiaro
irom rtir uit attackt, aired
a 1 1 aa iuiv( g
In in .mimimimjimi
Ayer's Pills Incronoo tho activity ol
the liver, and thus aid recovery,
mm mm w m m m - m. m r m u w
Jicaimy 00 that disca;:e cannot remain. It
cures KhcuUiatwm, Catarrh, Scrofula, Sorea
and Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Contagious
Blood Poison, etc.. nnd does not leave tha
'litest tracA of the trouble for future outbreak.. Tim vtdinl
. 1 I . 1 1 t af 1 . at (- H mi f al .
A-.-i. a i . it t. a - .a. I wmnnn. ntui th rmwr1 hnflc.
a a. .tf it. a r r a I Wf mt f 1 1 1 m 1 n 1 1 1 a var nint rwk.n cuwl f r
Stores, uooic on the blood and any medical advico free to all who write.
TltE SWIFT SPEGEFtC CO., ATLANTA, GA
around tho street elennor, their anger
at being delayed overcome by their
curiosity over the weird contortions of
Uio length of rubber.
'Tho thing n alive." screamed a
Then a small
LcaaoB from (ha Past.
t.m - - . i.t . 1. 1
1 1 I . I a . I
juit trolred tbo revolutionary doc
Inallenabl rlfhU, muonr which ro
, liberty and tho puriult of happl
)f courn," h rtfloctcd, "thcrt will
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alllBj its ha thought of the hnroc
autocnoblllits would ploy with thru
clplta (orne dy, be procedrd to nih
il rcw lacti lor toe counidcrntlon or
I . yi
p me Wii rem (kit lousoioriacircauarea
Ifla Change of Tronf.
f.a lak.a Af aAaiIiiahHixi ft ft. t .1
ij iviv w. v. w. uttLuiiuij. hit mi 111.
il 1 L. I . - . . t Jl m. a a a a
a n(!oioriouii 10 monrni iiivitim.
aV fit . fl A . t
Ofin. liuiu ilia will?. nniMrmf iinor
y, "ore you tclllQu Mr. Smith of
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in r iiiii iiiivK wiiru vri vin ftn i.r?a
yes," said John. Philadelphia
Hi. vnnr iianra ana ui ncrTooa uiaraara
prmnnlty curtd br Dr. Ullna'a Or.at
Ilrsior.r. Hand for KllKR 11 trial bolUa aud
. Ur. 1L 1LIUU, luL, Ml Arcli Ht., riiUA..fa,
lirnrnlH'. Km t. hrniv V
a . .. . .
to which tboao rule hart beta ap-
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ARMSTRONO. LL. B PRINCIPAL
r la our motto. Wo ojucata for aoecaat.
i each atudact to poaltlos whan evm-
-many mora cat la for halp than wa can
Individual liutruetloa Inaure rapid protr-
"lo rapid calcuUtloiU? cotTMpondenee,
"I suppose," said a guest, "a good
inony forgetful pooplo go off with hotel
"This wllJ show you," snld the clerk.
And he took from a drawer tha fol
lowing printed slip:
"Tho manager of tho Blank Hotel ac
knowledges with thanks the return of
key No. , which Mr. , by oversight
carrlod away on departure."
So many keys, tho young man ex
plained, wero mailed by forgetful
guests It had been deemed advisable, as
a timo saving dovlco, to hnvo a key ac
kaowledgment printed. New Orleans
Perhaps some expert la tho Siamese
language will tell us what Is Its word
for "sedan-chair." When the King of
Slam's minister, protesting against his
majesty's favor toward motoring, sug
gested recently that "tho royal sedan-
chair" was always nt his disposal, It Is
Improbable that he used a word remi
niscent of tho French town. For It is
from tho sccno of Napoleon III.'s col
lapse that the scdanchalr takes Its
name, and perhaps remote posterity
will suppose that It had some connec
tion with that erent But Sedan first
produced theso conveyances centuries
ago, and Uiey wero seen In Englund In
1BS1. Ono used by Jnnics I.'s Bucking
ham provoked great popular outcry
against tho employment of men as
beasts of burden. Sir S. Duncombe Is
credited with having Introduced them
to London In 1031. And Buth knows
the Pickwickian sedan-chair to this day.
The Chltieao Army.
"Soldiers used to be despised In
Chlnn and only the cooIIch were con
sidered suitable material for lighting
men," says (J wen Aiacuouuia 111 tno
Technical World Maguzlne. "To-day all
this Is changed, and China has nn
army to which it Is nn honor to belong,
Tomtoms havo been superseded by
wireless telegraphic apparatus and sig
nal balloons; masks havo given place
to field sIiiksoh, comic operu garb has
boon cast off for khaki uniforms, and
tho twohuudled sword has become tho
bayonet. China was first aroused to a
sense of Iter weakness, and her
strongth, by tho disaster of the wur
with Japan In 1SIM-. Hitherto she
hud slumbered lllto a great luzy gluut,
smiling scornfully at tho suggestion
thut smaller and weaker nations, by
adopting modern mothods, might ln
Juro her. Shu had subllmo faith la
tho forco of th vast hordes she could
throw Into tho Ueld."
Needed tbo Clmnsn,
Goodman Gonrong That's tho fuat
thuo I ever himiii jo earn a meal o'
victuals by work In' fur It.
Saymold Storey I'm on mo vacation,
durn yol Chicago Trlbuno.
flow from tho noczlo.
"Blow In It, Whlto Wings I"
Tho struct elennor accepted the sug
gestion and blew with all his force.
A moment later, under heavy pressuro,
out shot a squirming eel about fifteen
Inches kntr. Thero was a chorus of
screams from tne women spectators,
but tbs street cleaner pockotod Uie
eel "to back me up when I tell about
It," as he said.
Then Uio hoso was dragged off the
ear tracks and traffic was resumed.
New York Times.
X all I XnJM 3LhI
A boardlnir nnd dny rchool lor yountt tno 11 and boyi,
Slanlord. llorki-loy. Cornell. Atnliartt and till ttnto 1
Airrlt'ullnral college. Tho prlncliml Iibs IihiI uh yearn' oxporloiieo In
I'ortland. Mako nmorvutloiu now.
othor literature addron
J. W. HILL, M. D.,
J'or llUutraied oatulotfuo and
Principal and Proprietor, PORTLAND, OREGON
fifl ?. atpr Br oo-kir?r ucbt in
JgSSBHOES FOf? EVKRV MEMBEH OP -y.
inc rmiUT. A I ALL I'lllUtH. w
' enei who emn mrmwe W. L.
iaamnet mahm A mall
a ja af .r a as. nil miiamm
awr other ruanufmefurer.
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.i7. ."-...v.j niu omor nmiorinn lorencn pars
, m il orery aeia l of tha mak nir U lunkul ufter Ii
lin.m.l...- Ti 1... .7 I. . . . i.i.. ..i .i .. .
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" ju iiiin in t iirKo iiimnrit'i nv iiriN'kiiin.ninii..
1 1 w vnn imm fl...,,.t . ur f v .1 1 - ... . -
1. f vmoiiiiij ii.ii. KiiiiKinn niiiini nro liiHiiu, you
lliuil HilderpUiid wliy they liohrtholr ahaiia. lit hotter.
' "ill-" h "uui iniuu 4iuii mil if 1 ill
tM'AWm" mIJmHJhemm ftMHHHt m avail. m4 .nv mrtem,
uo itonuiiin iinvo w. Ij. uouain liiuno and urluo jLnmi.ml nn lit.i'
.A .. .. r" wm uviiui iwi ii , ii, iihuhiih viiuna, 11 ua caiinoi ivimiv you. lona
to fiwtory. SUoMseut, every whVo by wall Oatalutf free WJ6ugU4,B,fcWttMat
In a town of a fow thousand inhabit
ants In tho Interior of Pennsylvania
there resided an ambitious young man,
David Slmnson. wlto. as soon as ho
was well out of bis teems removed to
New York City and went Into business.
Ho was sueesflful, nnd when ho becamo
.... a. X t Al
a miauie-agea man, went into pouuea.
In this also he succeeded, and at last i
rose to distinguished olllclol position In
tbo city. Then a longing to revisit tho
old home of his boyhood, which ho had
not sen for a quarter of a century or
moro, came upon hint.
It would be pleasant, ho thought, to
witness the look of surprlso and grati
fication on the faces of his former
townsmen when he niudo his appear
ance among them again, unspoiled by
fame and prosperity. Without com
municating his Intentions to any oue.
he went aboard a west-bound train ono
night and arrived at his destination
the next morning.
The first man ho saw as ho stepped
out on tho platform of tho railway sta
tion was ono of his old playmates,
with whom he had grown up. IIo
walked up to him and grasped him by
"Charley Bennett how are you!" lie
"I'm nrctty well, thank you" nn-
swered tho other, "but you've got a lit
tle tho ndvantago of me."
"I'm Dave Simpson."
"Why, hello, Davol Whom have you
been nil this tlmor
"In New York, of course."
"Well, I'm mighty glad to see you,
Dave. What are you doing for a liv
ing now 7 Clerking in a drug store, as
you used tot"
Mr. Simpson spont sovernl days In
his old homo town, and enjoyed his
visit, but ho did not do any moro pos
Orerliouuil of tbo Orient.
Tho eastern greyhound has been
from time Immemorial tho hunting dog
of the eastoru plains and, making al
lowance for tho artistic nttnlumonts of
thoso early periods, reprvHontaUons of
him nro found which nro almoot Identi
cal wIU tho dogs of to-day on tho mon
uments and tombs of ancient Egypt.
Tho various rncos of Afghanistan,
Persia and Arabian desert havo always
bred him from sport Coursing with
hawk and hound was n truly royal
sport In his enrllor days, tho gnme be
ing chiefly tho antelopo nnd tho wild
nsB as well as hares nnd foxes. Though
make and uhnpo In nil tho rnrlotles of
tho enntorn greyhound nro nlmost Iden
tical, they vary somewhat In Blze, Uio
largest holng tho Afghan hound nnd
Tho Arabs of tho desert keep tho
strains puro with tho greatest enre.
Tho Persian hound stands about
twonty-slx Inches In holght, Is depp In
the girth, wlUi poworful loins nnd
thighs, tho principal characteristics be
ing tho bonutlftU fcuthored tall and tho
silky fringed oars. Tho third variety.
which comos from tho Syrian desert, Is
known as tho "slush" or gnzello hound.
Nut n Good SI Hirer.
Bacon Who's thnt singing n tho
Egbert Thut's my wife. She al
ways iilnirs at hor work.
"Well, I hope to gracious she's do-
metropolis, which now Includes, under , 1 8'ePt In a cell. I conformed with
the management of the Council, nearly ; o! too prison rules. I wore the prison
G,000 acres. clothes. I did the prison work. Thus
The acquirement and development learned the value of the sentences
has cost nbout 3,500,000, and the an- 1 wns to rac out Inter on. I got to
nual charge for maintenance comes to ' know what n week, n month, a year,
505,000,. which adds abont a half pen- ,n JaI1 "icnnt As a result I nm more
ny in the pound to the rates, or about I mercirui man most juuges. i tninn
two-tenths of 1 per cent The cost In-, would be a good thing if every judge
eludes the salaries of an outdoor stuff, before taking omcc would spend a little
of 843 men and women. while in Jail ns I did. He would then
The Council came Into existence In know the va,ue ot Pr,son sentences, a
1889, and succeeded to the metropolitan! tulD8 110 aocm 1 Knw novr' "ow lie
board of public works In the care of; ,s nKe a casier attempts to pay
out money in a coinage of winch he
Is Ignorant In Baden this thing I
spenk of must be done. Every Judge
,' in Bndcn before he tikes his scat on
the bench Is required by law to pass
week3 like a common prisoner in jail."
tho parks, but of course with larger
powers. In all fifty-seven new parks
have been added since then out of the
total that come under the Council's
management Park and Cemetery,
Mies Mary O'Brien, 306 Myrtle
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes:
"Perunn cured me In five weeks of
catarrh of the stomach, after cuffering
for four years and doctoring without
effect. In common with other grato
fnl ones who have been benefited by
your discovery, I say, Ail hail to Pe
That Law Asaln.
For miles and mllrs the through pas
senger train has plodded along in the
wake of the slow freight The travelers
grow Irksome and even petulant
'Conductor," says one of the boldest
of them, "why do you not get that freight
to take a siding while we go by it?"
Under the new Hepburn law." ex
plains tne conductor sadly, "we are not
allowed to pass anything." -Success Hag-
Ilia Idea of Water.
At one time the bailiff In charge of
an English Jury was sworn to keep
them "without meat, drink or fire." It
wus Justice Maule who gave the classic
reply to the bailiff, who Inquired
whether he might grant a Juryman's
request for a glass of water : "Well, It
Is not meat, and I should not call It
drink. Yes, yon may."
Mr. H. J. Jlennemnn, Oakland.
Neb., writes: "I waited before writ
ing to you about my sickntES, catarrh
of the stomach, which I had over a
"There wero people who told me is
would not stay cured, but I am sure
that I am cured, for I do not fool any
more ill effect, have a good appetite
and am getting fat. So I am, and will
say to all, I am cured for good.
"I thank jou for your kindness.
"Per una will be our house medicine
Catarrh of the stomach is also known
in common parlance as dyspepsia, gas
tritis and Indigestion. No medicine
will be of any permanent benefit ex
cept it remove the catarrhal condition.
Gained Strength and Flesh.
Mif-a Julia Butler, It. E. 4, Apple
tor, W s., writej she had catarrh of the
Etoiuach, causing Ices of sleep nnd ap
petite, with frequent eevera pains after
eating. She took Peruna, her appetite
returned, ehe gained strength, Hesh and
Stamps costing 10,500 were recenUy
required for an agreement between tw
London railway companies.
Save the Babies.
INFANT MORTALITY is something frightful. We can hardly realize that of
all the children horn in civilized countries, twentytwo per cent., or nearly
one-quarter, die before they reach one year; Idhirtyseven per cent., or more
than one-third, before they are five, and one-half before they are fifteen!
We do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would save a ma
jority of these precious lives. Neither do we hesitate to say that many of these
infantile deaths are occasioned by the nse of narcotic preparations. Drops, tinctures
and soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain more or less opium, or
morphine. They are, in considerable quantities, deadly poisons. In any quantity
they stupefy, retard circulation and lead to congestions, sickness, death. Castoria
operates exactly the reverse, but you must see that it bears the signature of
Chas. H. Fletcher. Castoria causes the blood to circulate properly, opens the
pores of tho skin and allays fever.
kVegc tabic Prep aralion for As
ting the Stomachs and Dowels of
tvess and Rcsr.Contal ns neither
Opnim.Morphine nor Muicxol
Not Nakc otic.
.fAncrfect Itemed v forConsEos-
Jtloh.Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea.
JVoxrna .Conyuisioits Jcvcri sh
IW6S OQdLOS9 OF Sleeb
YMSurule Signature of
Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
Dr. A. P. Peeler, of St Louis, Mo., says: "I havo prescribed your Castoria
In many cases and havo always found It an efficient and speedy remedy.
Dr. E. Down, of Philadelphia, Pa., says: "I have prescribed your Cas
toria In my practice for many years with great satisfacUon to myself and
benefit to my patients."
Dr. Edward Parrish, of Brooklyn, N. T., says: "I havo used your Caa
torla In my own household with good results, and have advised several
patients to use it for its mild laxative effect and freedom from harm."
Dr. J. B. Elliott, of Now York City, says: "Having during the past six
years prescribed your Castoria for infantile stomach disorders, I most
heartily commend its use. The formula contains nothing deleterious
to tho most delicate of children."
Dr. C. G. Sprague, of Omaha, Neb., says: 'Tour Castoria is an ideal
medicine for children, and I frequently prescribe it. "Whilo I do not advo
cate Uio indiscriminate use of proprietary medicines, yet Castoria is aa
exception for conditions which arise In tho caro of children."
Dr. J. A. Parker, of Kansas City, Mo., says: "Your Castoria holds tho
esteem of the medical profession in a manner held hy no other proprie
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Dr. Norman M. Geer, of Cloveland, Ohio, says: "During tho last twelve
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fectlve In relieving children's disorders, while tho ease with which such
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