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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1907)
HUMORS Iltf THE BLOOD
ion the blood irt pure, fresh and hcnltliy. the skin will be soft, amnotrj
rcc lroiu uiciinum;a, uia viicu iiomc uciu iiuiuor miccs root in ino circu-
11.. ..n-. its MA..irnlAl 1,.. r nl.l.i ! - .11 rl
ra tret Into tho blood, cncrrtlly becaune of nu Inactive or flluircriah
tlon of tho mcmbcra of the body whoso duty It la to collect find enrrv
e waste nud rcfuoo matter of tho nyotcm. Thlaunhcalthy matter la left
r ami Icnucnt ana noon tne circulation lccomc3 charged with the ncid
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11. 'I no pioou uegniB 10 uirow on uio jiumora nnu nciua through the
nnd glanda of the hum, producing Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Psoriasis,
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gcxicruiiy iuu wait, uicani, iaw, miu: aim icgn. iuouj;ii ouicr pans
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leathery appearance. Acne inakea Ita appearance on the lace hi the
fnnit rif ritttmfd fl.11 1i1nr1 linnittl tf1i1m
mo until i trioq o. h. b. i cut parts ol the body One of the worst
from which tlioro liowod a its favorite point of nttnek la the scalp.
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t 111ml m. n. h. 1 louna 11 nor Men i nrtimnr n tim iiirvni ii-Mirri ti
11 lyj iyi .tiM uub tiii4 wiiltwlil tllw
fiuiTcrcrwith the return of Spring. The best
treatment for nil akin diseases la S. S. S.
It neutralize, the ncida nnd removes tho
humors no that the akin instead of being
irritated nud diseased, la nourished by a
(supply of fresh, healthy blood. Internal
npplicatiou3 of salves, washes, lotions, etc.,
while they aootho the itching caused by
akin affections, can never cure the troublo
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cirpps niic evcrv miiripiii 01 mniipr nnu rrsmrrn tiu ninrai to ira
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inn. lloolc oil blcin IJiBonsc"! ntiil ntiv tticMirnS iirivip iijiricl ftont frcQ
who write. S. S. S. la for Bale at nil first class drug stores.
' THE SWIFT SPECBFiG CO,, ATLANTA, GAm,
beoouds of ancient city.
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in 1 1 tr it til 11. Mi iiiiuiiL'i 11 11 111. 11 L'lin.
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her every day nhe'il Boino home'
Vnrlnlloii of Cnril.
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Every mnn wlicn ho tnkes up
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riiH ni WI1IHI IIOIUH ODD out Ul
n.n.11).(!00 nosslblo linnds. Tho
uuinber of variations possible
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f n million men were enenced In
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if run ul iuu iinu ui uuu iniii
minute day nnd night for 100,-
1 yonrs they would have exuaust-
r 11 iiiiiiuriti LiiuiiBiiiiuiu iuil vi
I Too Dull for tho Chanffcnr,
, "Now Yorlt In to have a new auto
I "Jut for automobiles? And nothing
to cut in me wuyc
"Hay, wouldn't that be tho limit of
deadly dullneu?" Cleveland I'laln
flhorrliifc h Pornltnre.
1 toll you I was nt my best lnrt
night whllo calling on the Smiths; Mrs.
Smith' laughed nt every reninrk I inndc.
I muHt be quite a humorist when I'm In
"No, It wnsn't that Mrs. Smith got
her uw teeth yesterday." Iloiutou
Over at SI. Joe.
Tho elopers were ull smiles. Tho
pnrson hnd Just tied the knot. Sud
denly tho telephone buzzed furiously
nnd the bride's father shouted:
"Walt for me!"
Hut the bridegroom only smiled some
more and sweetly replied: "Not on
your life, dnd-ln-lnwl Time nnd 'tied'
wait for no man. We arc tied now."
lllflilcu hr Ofllclnl 1,700 Yenr An
Aiillatiltii-N of Contrnl Aula,
My llrst objective was tho ancient
site in tho desert north of Nlvn, where
in 1001 I had discovered the remains
' of a Huttlement abandoned in tho latter
half of tho third century, A. U., says
; Dr. M. A. Stein In the Geographical
Journal. Want of time nnd adequato
htlwr liad then prevented mo from
clearing some of tho ruins more deeply
burled by drift sand j subsequent roam
lugs of "trensuro Beckers" had led to
tho discovery of other homesteads hid
den away among tho high sand cones
011 !lt bur side of tho main groupH.
Working with as largo a party of la
borers as 1 could kcop supplied with
water from n distance of somo twenty
miles, I cleared now close ot thirty
more dwellings. They yielded ninplo
antiquarian spoils, Including many Im
plements and houseliold objects lllus
tratlvo of everyday life seventeen cen
turies ago, Tho numerous relics of In
dustrial art and architectural wood
carving clearly reflect the predominant
Influence of Oreco-Iluddhlst art as de
veloped on tho Indus.
Finds of records written on wooden
tablets In tho Khnroshtl script peculiar
to tho extreme northwest of India, and
In nn early Indian dialect mixed with
a good deal of Sanskrit, have been
J abundant. Among these records gener
ally In excellent preservation, all kinds
of correspondence, ofllclnl nnd private,
deeds, accounts, etc., seem to bo repre-
A "haul" of Bpeclnl importance was
secured In tho comfortable residence of
a local ofllclnl, who, besides leaving
flies of papers, namely, tablets scat
tered on tho floor of his olllco room,
had taken care to hide quite a small
archive, undoubtedly documents of val
ue, below one of Its walls. From tho
way In which the place of deposit was
contrived and marked It appears high
ly probable that the houso wsb aban
doned lu some emergency.
All Uio deeds, etc., found hero still
retain their original wooden covers and
string fastenings In perfect condition.
Among the dozens of Intact clay seals
which attest these documents Imprcs
Blons from Greco-Homnn Intaglios pre
vail. Their appearaneo side by side
with Chinese seals seem to symbolize,
1 us It were, tho part played by Scythla
extra Imaou In the early cultural In
terchange between tho classical west
and the far east.
Near several of tho ruins the ancient
orchards, fenced gardens, canals, etc.,
cjuld bo traced with great clearness,
showing how little Uio economic condi
tions differed from those of the pres
ent onses. On tho other hand, surveys
effected In tho desert beyond, slRjwlng
tho course and extent of tho river from
which this ancient colony drew Its Irri
gation, strikingly Illustrntcd the great
physical change which has taken place
heie since the settlement waB abandoned.
Day In and day out thcro Is that feeling
of weakness that makes a burden of itself.
Food docs not strengthen.
'Sleep docs not refresh.
It Is hard to do, hard to bear, what
' should bo cosy, vitality Is on tho ebb, and
the wholo system suffers.
! For this condition tako
It vitalizes tho blood and gives vigor and
luno iu nil mo urtullD unu iuhwuhoi
In usual liquid form or In chocolated
tablets known as Sarsataba. 100 doses $1.
OH, MY BACK
IT IS WONDERFUL HOW QUICKLY THE
PAIN AND STIFFNESS CO WHEN YOU USE
THIS WELL-TRIED, OLD-TIME
REMEDY FILLS THE DILL
2So. ALL DRUGGISTS, 60o.
A bonrillnr and day cliool for youiiR men iul boys. AccrelUd to
Stanford, fierkeley, Cornell, Amliemt mid all ftaio unlvcraltlei anil
1 1110 pnncilini linn llivu jcuia vaviiuiilu in
IVuriiliiirw AtfntiiMt .Stutlatlm.
A rejwrtor Is said to have once nuked
John Jacob Astor If It were true that
he had 27 automobiles, 5 chauffeurs, .'53
horses and -IS carriages. Mr. Abtor
"Statistics aro always dry, stupid
and oven Irritating. Let me tell you a
story of a temperance cxhorter who,
while In the suburbs, found n man ly
ing full length on the path, with flush
ed face and tousled hair. He touched
him with the foot to rouse him and
said lu 11 voice full of gentle repronch:
'.My friend, did yon ever pause to con
sider that If you had placed the price
of one glass of whisky out at comiouud
Interest nt the time of tho visit of the
Queen of Sheba to Solomon you would
"Tho rod-faced mnn lifted up his
head, brushed tho place where tho oth
er's foot IkuI touched lilin and replied:
'No. I haven't worked tlmt out, but
I'm something of a statistician myself,
and If you don't go back 111) feet In 7
secondH I'll hit you 43 times and mako
you see 17,503 starB, for I'vo Just had
six teeth pulled for ?S that's $1.33 a
tooth and I tell you, you old meddler,
I'm In no mood for fooling.' "
ni? rl(Milltnl rollCBOK.
l'orlland, Jliiku rt-iorvntiuiu
other Ittoraturo iiUdrem
now. J'ur UUut rated catalogue and
J. W. HILL, M. 0., Principal and Proprietor, PORTLAND. OREGON
Preferred Stock Tomatoes
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requirement of every vegetable and fruit tliatgoes into
T e 1 r 1 t r j i-
raokivt VkniTir th But ut drawn
r niir inm3Tnri wfirrnininn nmnuiaania i. vaurv
California. Theio tomatoes are firmer, with more
SURE THE TOMATOES ARE PREFERRED STOCK from your GROCER
AT T WW P. TW11TTO Ttr,nT..i.1 r.mr.rm UrtnTT 1N1. ADlfftnW TT Q I
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. L. DOUGLAS
aBHOl50 FOH EVEI1Y MEMBER OF -Vifj
THE PAMILY. AT ALL PniOES.
it m IB U 12 h.,,.X,. Uom nnl tiimlta A mall
W VMAMA Mlt'fl SJf A Mil. nil inaM
US HI! A HON W. Ti. IJouulo ilioei are worn by moro peoplo
I tvnllra if 1Im II. n nn. nlli mnli. la tiMimiiii nf (linlp
iiniiL ml v in. iiLMV.riLritiiT nnu minrinr WHiLriiiir iiiiaiitius.
oloottou of tholeatheri nnd otlior inatorluli for unoli part
mill ouinfiiriinrf,nnitntinii nr iinnriiiiiuuiaiiia.iureiiitiiiHiiu
oil ilionrnakeri, who reoelvo tho hlghoit wauui imtd In tho
llluuitrv. find wlinin wnrkmBiiililn aunnot Lis OI0ellOl.
ioouiiuhko you Into iny laruo ruoionoi in urooHion,ninB
ImwTOii hor onrofulW W.Ii. Donu hi uliOniuroiiiMdo, you "Wit m'v Mtf
A ii,..:. i...i i ...i.".. ..... .i,i,i,i. nt iu.ip. mm .A
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,11 mum BB.UU um KHM9 (MM ennnw m
JTIONI The nenulna bare w.T Pouilai name ami iinoo uinpwi on oonom, i
til.it. i.t rfa.i.r rnr w. i.. TWiutriai ihoBi. ir tie aannot atuipir you,
aotory, SluMttuUTerywiiari by nail OahOog free, W.lDuaU, Brockton, M
3Inn' AVulU ShoVM Aire
"You can tell a man's ago by his
hands," Bald ono of tho girls. "They
get knotty and veined nnd terrible.
They get old sooner than his face."
"You can tell It most of all I think,"
said tho woman, "by his walk. I know
a man who has been one of tho bright
est minds of his thne who Is still the
boat company I know, hut tho other
day when I saw him como toward iu
nt his homo nlong tho hall It mado me
awfully sad to see tho heavy old, old
way In which ho walked." New York
A M bi-l.
"I boo by tho country pnpor," said
tho visitor, "thnt Jonas Jones, tho
prosperous druggist of your town, Is
"I saw thnt, too, and It's a libel 1"
exclaimed tho nntlve, with somo heat,
"Why, Isn't ho your druggist?"
"Yes, but t,hls town's too hcnlthy for
htm to bo prosperous." Catholic Stand
nrd nnd Tlpies.
"Hasn't Woldby got his cont-of-arms
yot? Why, ho told mo ho was going to
look up his ancestry tho first chanco
ho got nnd"
"Well, I hollovo ho got n chanco to
look up his fnmlly treo, but ho snw
Homo things hanging to tho branches
that discouraged further resenrch."
Catholic Standard and Times.
Awomnn using face powdor Is llko
it man drinking whisky: Evorybody
Peddler Wouldn't you like some
mottoes for your house, mum? It's
very cheering to a husband to ice n
nice motto on the wall when ho comes
Mrs. t)ngg You might 10II mo one
If you've got ono that says, "Better
late than never."
Taka No Part.
"IIo feemH to be a good man, bat he
cheats In a horse trade. How can he
reconcile that with his conscience?"
"My dear sir, when a man trades
horses his conscience always goes to
Not a Mertrcr.
Jonah was explaining matters.
"It wasn't a consolidation," he said.
"It was a clear cats of absorption. I
was merely one of the whale's assets."
Rejoicing that he had come out whole,
as It were, and landed on his feet, he re
solved not to engage in any more such en
terprises, and fared hopefully on his way
Our Utti Allnatrcl.
"Mtstab Johnslng, wot am do dlfTnnce
'tween a fust class seventy dollah tallah
made suit o' clo'cs an' a fo' dollah ready
"That's a little too deep for me, George.
You will bavo to tell me. What Is the
difference between a first class $70 tailor
made suit of clothes and a $4 ready made
"I knowed yo' couldn't tell, Mistah
Johnslng. Ef yo' could, yo' wouldn't be
wcarln' dat suit o' hau-me-downs yo' got
"Ladies and gentlemen, the pleasing
tenor, Mr. Pierce da Skize, will sing that
most touching of ballads, 'Policeman,
Please Grab the Other Arm; My Vacci
nation la Taking 1"'
"acts gentlyyet prompt
ly ontue towels, cleanses
me system eectuallyf
fossisfe one in overcoming
habitual, constipati on
permanently. To get its
lanujacturecl by the
fie Sxrvv Co.
SOU) BY LEADING DRUCaSTS-Mff-.BOTTU.
Says n London dispatch : "Frogs have
succeeded monkeys as tho rclgnlns
pets of tho fools who delight In calling
themselves society indies. Not a com
mon frog, of course, but rnro exotic
varieties, like tho Amazon river frog,
which now costs $100 or more apiece."
"And you never get scnslck?" said
the young woman In the steamer chair.
"Never 1" replied tho young man who
was leaning against the lifeboat.
"Strange 1 You must have been
shaken so often you have become used
"I should say so. I was shaken by
six girls In one year." Chicago News.
"I fear that you must have sacrificed
your conscience occasionally," said the
"Well," answered Mr. Dustln Stax,
"a man ought not to expect to be as
successful as I am without some sacri
fice." Washington Star.
Phyllclnn You must not cat be
Hoarder But that Is the only chance
I get. New York Sun.
BU Vltnn' Dance and all Nervous damages
tx-rmaneDtlr cared br Dr. Kllna'a Grmt
NervH lU-iorer. Send fur JJIKK 2 trial bottla and
trcatlte. JJr.JU JLKll3P,lxl.,31 ArchBt-,l'liUa.,l'.
A Mean Trick.
Smith You say you write dunning
letters to yourself and sign them with
fictitious names. What do you do that
Jones You see, my wlfo Is always
after me for money, and when she
reads those letters she becomes discouraged.
We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Beward for any
cue of Catarrh that cannot be cured by II a. I'i
- F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O
We, the 'underlined, have known F. J,
Cheney lor tho lost 15 yearn, and bellero him
perfectly honorable In all bulnes transactions
and financially able to carry out any obliga
tion made br hla Arm.
WALDING, RINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholenalo Druggists, Toledo.O
Hall's Catarrah Cure Is ken internally, act
ing directly upon tho blood and mucous sur
faces of tho system. Testimonial? sent free.
Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Tako Hall's Family Pills for Constipation.
A Ilellrf to Him.
"It must be hard," said the friend,
"to have your wife running off to j
woman's rights meetings and all that
tort of thing every night."
"Hard?" replied Henpeck, "why It's
;reat! I can sit comfortably home
and not have to listen to her." Phila- .:
1 Don't have a falling out with
your hair. It might leave you !
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.
Tho best hind of a testimonial
" Sold for over sixty years."
HjlAo br J. O. Ayer Co., Lowtll, Hui
ajdo mantuaoiurars 01
llulhe In I.llr IaU.
One of the prettiest sights to be seen
In any of the parks that boast fountains
dnd water lilies Ls the bathing of the
birds. The little fellows hop from one
lily pad to another until they find one
that dips enough to take on water, and
here, In the round, green, floating tub
provided by nature, they flutter and
flourish until the bath Is accomplished.
It ls a sight of never-ending Interest for
A BARGAIN IN FARMS.
Fine farm of CO acres, northern Douglas
county, 45 acres elearwl, land very rich, in
famous"Hhoe String" valley, 6-room house and
other buildings, fine wter. 15 acres flr timber,
fine orehaid. all kit dt fruits nnd berries. In
cluding all crops, good hor?e, cow and calf, 4
Angora kids, 6 Poland China pigs, 100 hens, all
farmiiniilemc ts, house furnishings complete
everything poes for $200. Owner must sacri
fice at once on accou t of sickness. Write for
full particulars to O.A DEAKING, P. O. Box
IRRIGATED LAND IN WASHINGTON
The Wenatchee Valley Irrigated Ap
ple Orchards are paving $500 to $1500
per acre this yea-. Cascade Orchards,
one mile from Leavenworth, is now on
sale. Get particulars free lioin
H. C. Pelers, 022 Alaska BIdg., Seattlo
ENGRAVING Write Us
Mothers will find Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothlne
Syrup the best remedy to uso tor their chUdred
during the teething period. v
Jones I understand there Is trouble
between Mrs. Poet and her husband.
Smith Yes. He couldn't sell his
poems, and she couldn't eat them, so
she left him.
The American contractor stood at the
base of the great pyramid and looked at
the venerable monument in disgust.
"It's a big pile, all right," he said;
"and it may do well enough for Egypt,
but if a man In the United States should
turn out a job ot stone work like that the
papers would roast him from Hoboken to
Turning away disappointed, he con
soled himself by taking a ride on a camel,
which animal be found fully up to all the
descriptions he had read of it. i
THE MEN M0 KNOW
THE SUPERIOR .x
arc the men who have
put them to the hard
est tests in the rough
Get the oriamal
Towers Fish "Brand
made since 1836
catalog rjter rct thc asking
it i i xttfWi
X h I
P. N. U.
II KK Tvritlntc to adrortlsera please
mention tins pnpor.
UiKj ihcSloinachs and Bowels of
ness andRcsi.Conlalrts nellher
Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral.
Apcrfccl Remedy Tor Consllpn
llon, Sour Slomnch.Dinrrliocn
andLoss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of,
Tlio Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, and which has been,
in uso for over 30 years, lias homo the sijjnatnro of
nud has heea rondo under his per-
Xy,'h. Sonal supervision since its infancy.
'"C4fCcVvi A Unw nn mi A n 1 nnnlvn vnn In lifa.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-jrood" aro hufc
Experiments that trillo with and endanger tho health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment,
What Ss CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing1 Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Harcotio
euhstance. Its ngo is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
and allays Foverishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Trouhles, cures Constipation
nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Soars the Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPLR,
Hie EM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
THC CCNTAUn COMPANY, TT MURBAY BTIICCT, NCW YORK CITY.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Color more goods brighter and taster colors than any other dye. Ono 10c package colors slllc, wool and cotton equally well
and is guaranteed to give perfect results. Asic dealer, or wo will send post patdat 10c a package. Write tor tree booklet
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