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Kfor I?tht I'orunft Is in wl
5?15 r 5omodyr Lot us oo
W'aeb't?S States Dispensatory
fy tho Pal 'nB"d,ont '
ft . . in.tanco, tho Iniirodlont
Tk. ,or 1 tln.li or golden, seal.
i KSody, that it U largely
membrane. lining various
ffCCfi f tho bnman body.
tf,n, inVrodlont of rornna, cory
in tho United
S"wP,S S?Sih.r ingredient ot
fS! United States lMspon-a-.nf
tho action of codrdn that
'yJ Vi a bitter tonlo and in tho
ntof dyBontory, andln inter
SS aiaS as a substitute for
FlDln. m for a free book of tofltl
BeD1 , lhat the looplo think of Po
'ftfS;!rh remedy. The best
Ijye tiled .
r-i. Ilnrd One.
"p t.i.r Into the neon-Is of
n' hn hd accumulated a fortuno
"fSlrrf from active buln In order
Crimen., was observed to bo coBl-
"SB 51& rr ?,nd 10
Jf Inquired one of hie laboratory as-
h!I. merely wonderlne;." ho answered,
Ut brconx of nil the cork..."
ttiietiic crlce l U 30
liia "Trust" or Geam
rf.TtrUf crocfocU and
Wrftly free from he
Silts tesUoe Invariably
lacofjuyiog their use.
Get if from your Grocer
fa FULL POUND 25c
The Rar Plni.
"Hon does It hoppon tlmt Brown li
treating everybody in sight?"
"Why. rou nan. vmm mm . . i
ii 1 i.i I, .. "cn:iiieu
his wlfo with a little toy bnnk In which
mi! emmron couia Keep tnolr ponnles,"
"I soo. And now lie finds hlmnolf the
nonu or. a iriifrni, inamtrlous family."
"No j now ho finds the hunk." Puck.
Gobsn Ooldo has accepted tho young
onrl'B proposal for his daughter Lottu's
"And I trust. Lord Laelan.i" n
with stiff, old world formalltr. th in.
terviow concluded"! truBt you know
tno vaiuo or tiiu prlzo you'ro gottlnjrr
Tho other flushed.
"Er aoventocn millions, Is it uot?"
As to tho Ilflln.
Protty Olrl Yoh, I must say that I
lmvo a Host of admirers.
Now Hultor More than you enn
Blinlto a stick at, eh?
Protty airlKr worse than thnt.
Moro tlmu my father can shako a
MlmtnUn In I li n Kb ...
, Olrl fin Brand tnnH !t' (ntrA.ftn.
to watch the crowd. Look at the faces
or tlie people. Thoy'ro all agog for the
cams to uegtn.
Pie Faced Youth lAllag-Oft? I don't
find anv inch name nn iha
You mean Altrock, don't you 7 -Chicago
lfnttia ftnA Um Wln.lMMla a..l.lH
v.w.t.v.n ..... .i.ii. ft ( niu.iun n puuiuiqk
Byrup tho buit rmncJr to uio toi lUelr chlWnn
flllvlnM tllM lAnttiliiir I wl
ff,L.I)oagli miibnt nml anlli ior
wiM.OOnil H3.A0 Mior thrwi ony
lfr innafrturrr In tlm wurlil. Im
nuHbrrlialil their nlmpn, fit hotter,
weir lonsor tlmn nny other mitko.
keilil MMMi fer Eirv M.mber of the
fllJl. Uil. Ravi Vn.. ill.... I Cinj. "
j m . -""raiUUIWinq
...ww, jplft ai iifocKiBii. Mm.
Tho Constnblc Yea, your worship.
tho prisoner Is a most suspicious char
acter. Tho Accused (indignantly)
It's him that's suspicious. Aw'ai no
BtiNpeclous o' ouyhodyl Punch.
Mrs. Stubh It states In this ninga
zinc, John, that tho shortest men on
earth are tho Itplnmlcrs.
Mr. Stubb Il'mJ They couldn't bo
any shorter than nn American man
after his summer vacation.
PJTC HI. Vltna' Mutes tnl urtoai UiKinxn pirmfc.
llUmoUf ttni Uf llr. 1 lDo'a Orcut Nenn llo
loror. kodiI for TKIZ 12.00 Iml liotlla nit tmtlM
Dr. 11. II. KJIne, hi., 831 ArcU St., l'blltdelphl. 1'
I.oat Its ndect.
"Great kuum, hurber, that razor or
yours Is In a torrlhlo corvdltloni ex
claimed tho victim In tho chair.
"Ycsanh, Ah 'spect yo' nm nil right.
Ah done wore dot razor to cr ball lus
nlbt, sah, an' Ah reckon do Brlu'stoue
niu whnt It needs." IloBton Post
"Why in It," nski-d the teacher of tho
claw In chomletry, "that there Is more
nutriment In beaus, for example, than
there is in nortt?'
! "Ilecnune," answered the boy with the
bud eve. "when rou order 'em at n lnnrh
counter you got a plateful of beans and
only hnlf u bite of pork." Chicago Trib
Patleuco I hoar Will is going to
marry that girl no's been spending so
much money on.
Patrice Yes. Ho's going to make
hor n jermanaut receiver. Yonkers
Kitchen, itabtm. thole and kenneln. If "20-
Mule-Tntm" llornx l e.(irinklcd on the floors and
placoa lnfectd with dry rot. mould, decay, and
IntrcU nuch an beetle, ant, cockroaches, buirs
and other vermin. It will nrrmt tho dry rot and
drive tho vermin away, llorax 1 not injurious,
and tlicro U no dansor from poUonlnif when
- in mfimi.'m
HUlLrrr10".' onljl. r. unuul.l..
... - """"'r work. Tim Dr. Wl
Kila. . " )tt l'ltnirli.ni. il.. ...w
Uin . : "'""III I (wilt il fm.l. In
HitMiA.....' . rour nioil unmi. vnu
i u ii.. i . v -iimn. iiriuuii nr i.iniM
ut , n i. r;r tun
W 1 U'i .. .1V,
U.lV.t' " .(I. M. ......... n.
A Oentle Hint.
Chnrlty workers often feel great awk
wardness In making public appeal for
Fow of them, declares the Washing
ton Stnr, can carry off that embarrass
ment with tho grace of tho colored
preacher, who said to his congrega
"Hrudren, All kaln't preach hynn an'
bonrd In licb'n."
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
vltl LOCAL Al'J'UOATIONS. bi thoy cannot
reach tho tunt of thu illoie. Catarrh li a blood
or ooiulltulloniil dl.easo, and In order to euro
It you mint uku internal remedied. Hull'
v.ninrni wuro ii tnken intornnny, ana act m
root I y tiiion the blutxl and limcoun surface.
Haifa Catarrh Cure Is not r quack ntcdlcmc.
It wai prufcrlbttd by ono of too bet jiliyticiniu
in iiuacuuiuiijr loryear ano is ureguiar pro
crlntlon. It I enmwiml nf thu hkL tnnlri
know ',enmblncd with tho bett blood purifier,
acting illreetlyon the intirnu iirfaco. Tho
poriuct combination of the two Incrodlont!
wimi prouiico.i uen woiHierim reuit in cur
lna t atarrh Pend for teitimnnlal free.
. F. J. CHUNKY A CO., I'ron., Toledo, 0,
Mold by I)niL'i;lt, prko7.Vt.
Tako llair Family 1'UU foreonttlpation.
With the Mlntrel.
"Mlstah Wnlknh, wot am de dlfTunce
'tween a trav'ler stnrtln' to Tangier an' a
plate o' veftl hash?"
"I glvo thnt one up, George. Whnt l
the difference between n traveler starting
for Tangier and a plate of venl hash?"
"Do ono am Morocco bound an' do
ud'dnh am half calf."
"Ladies and gontlemen, the celebrated
vocalist, Prof, ltox do Mote, will now sing
that benutlful and touching sentimental
ballad, 'Take Your Knee Away, Clarence;
You Hnvo "eon Using a Safety Raror.' "
SSSk. JVV v Beimel
5 CURES ECZEMA,
Tm W iter f I 1 nl r. IP.I I r.rtff r.l I,.
Nes rss, .an i,u,cx to the quality of the blood. Eczema, Acne, Tetter,
Sriti u u7 w.wPUnB, etc,, show tlmt some unhealthy humor or ncid
JiWyiiVno ai8U,K ftU(l corrupting the circulation, so that instead of
5 is contDi ,,ucnt ai,d strength to the fine, delicate tissues of the skin,
Stomal nnnii ,,ytlPurinff out its acrid nnd unhealthy accumulations.
'kitchwT. caJ 0,18 of salves, washes, lotions, etc., mny relieve some of
Nttereforo ' sucU treatment cannot reach the humor-laden blood,
tforsn?.?annot cre. A thoroutrh clennsinir of the blood is the only
n .... . u aciu nit o o rs i. i. la tun ipse
. 1 . 1 1 1 n . J LLWk.3 .1.1 W 1 1 ...... ...IT LIILUIUIIUII .. - " '
??,aon anil acit,s' "ttpurllles and humors, thoroughly purifies the
8-8,s '""' Perninnentlv pnnn ntcin rlinpns.a nf everv kind. When
nit.. '""Mirivon n.o. i r . . r.. . .r.i nnntj
r'Mnsed n, , , ""mors nnu impurmes irom wic wuw,
iai9.,' Ule neid-henteil rlmninu i-.r nvmninm nnsses nwav. the
Hl'Illtt ... . . " ... I.1I1U..UIII vv.l I wj.. i r .
JllMiriUlluil ...lit. . ... . 1 1 I A..- ..1.1. nliri.ll Dfl
""Chiiii hu " h lieu, iieaiimui uiuuu uuu i ; . , 't
lo a'l who T Vemoved, Book on Skin diseases nnd any medicnl advice
u write. mnw cnrriMi onwnnrro rn ATT.ANTA. OA.
Idaho Experiment Station Man Writes
Ily II, 13. Hyttop, AKronomldt, Unlverlty of Idaho
AKrlcultural Kxpcrlmcnt Station, Moscow.
On account of the numerous in
quiries coming into our station, wc
find it necessary to issue this press
bulletin concerning the so-called
This wheat, when given ample field
space or conditions favorable to the
individual plant, has a branching head
borne on a rather tough straw at a
height of between four and five feet.
The mesh bears two and three ker
nels. When grown under close field
conditions the head tends to be much
smaller, branches less, and the mesh
bears from one to two kernels, very
seldom three. If heads grown under
these conditions alone were examined
the impression would be obtained that
this wheat never bears but two kcr
ncls to the mesh, a mistake which
some writers appear to have made.
The beards, while not numerous.
arc dark in color and considerably
stronger than we find on our common
wheats, but not so long or stiff as
those found on the durums or maca
roni wheats. The normal kernel is
light in color, short and plump, with
an unusually open groove, which al
lows tne kernel to he easily broken
in thrcshiiiK. A cross-section shows
the interior to be white and powdery,
wiui comparatively mtic norny starcn.
The shrunken kernels naturally are
Taking everything; into considcra
tion, I am led to conclude that this
is the Egyptian or Miracle wheat, a
Poulard, and that it belongs to that
variety of the hgyptian known as
u. I dorado, which is very closely re
latcd to the seven-headed variety.
The Poulards arc peculiarly adapted
to dry regions, but never have been
grown to any extent in America
Their yields have never proved to be
of such a nature as to warrant their
extensive growth, even for stock food
And the inferiority of the flour pro'
duced from them has prevented their
use to any extent for the production
The high yields claimed for the
wheat in this section of the country,
in some cases m uusncis per acre,
arc fabulous. One of the promoters
states that from one head of the
wheat he obtained seven pounds:
from these seven pounds he produced
1515 pounds, or a yield in round num
bers of fold, It is from these
figures that the yields noted in the
various papers, and in the circular of
the Adams-Hobc Seed Grain com
pany, of Juliactta. Idaho, arc com
puted. To show the ridiculousness of
computing yields in this way, wc de
termined in a couple of cases, the
number of grains .produced from one
seed of Little Club crown under fa
vorable conditions in our breeding
plat. Unc plant produced 1170; the
other 1800 kernels. Now, reasoning
as this seed company has done, if wc
should plant one bushel of this Little
Club to the acre, wc would obtain
1170 or 1800 bushels. This would be
a rather high yield, even for Idaho.
This year the company had 700
acres in the wheat grown on diffcrqnt
farms in this locality. A thirty-acre
tract near Moscow, which was
threshed in the middle of August,
went about thirty-two bushels per
acre. Mr. Adams stated at that time
that his best yields had been thirty
five bushels. He supplemented this
remark, however, with the statement
that his stands were poor in every
"case. Hut considering the large acre
age, the fact that several different
farmers grew the crop, and the effect
of a close stand, noted above, wc must
take this as an indication, at least, of
the yielding power of the wheat. This.
however, would not be considered an
extra large yield for this country.
The analysis of the wheat upon
which the company appears to base
its hopes amounts to practically noth
ing in determining t he bread-making
duality of the flour. It is true, that
blticstcm wheat, which analyzes higher
in protein than Little Club, makes a
better quality of flour, but it is also
true that macaroni wheat, which an
alyzes higher in protein than Blue
stem, makes a lower class of flour,
and consequently is discriminated
against by the miller. The low-grade
flours turned out from our mills usu
ally show a higher protein content
than the patent. Lorn lias consider
able protein, but the chemist seems
unable to find any gluten (that all es
sential pari of a good flour). Kven
if the chemist had found a high gluten
content in "Alaska" wheat, wc would
still not be justified in concluding
that the wheat would make a good
quality of flour. The proof of the
wheat is in the bread it will make,
promised to have a milling test madt
Upon our request the company has
soon. Until this test is made, how
ever, wc must assume that the wheat
will make no better flour under the
name of "Alaska" than it did when
known as "Wheat of Miracle,"
In spite of all the beautiful stories
which have been written concerning
the origin of this wheat, regardlcss of
t lie many wonderful things which
hnve been imagined about its quality,
and taking into consideration the im
pression as to yield, which has so
skillfully been thrown broadcast
throughout the American continent by
this seed company, who advertise their
wheat for sale at $80 per bushel, we
have yet to find any point of merit
in it which would warrant the public
paying more for "Alaska" wheat than
the prevailing market price of our
.Southern HiMiton llimcult.
Ono quart sifted Hour, one-lmlf coffee
cup of lord, ono-imir pmi mint, urns
level tonspoonful salt, vuli Hour, snit
and lard together until smooth, tlion
add milk. Bent twenty minutes, or un
til tho dough bllHtors and pops wnon
pulled apart, Itoll out about a quirier
of nn Inch tiueic, cut wun simm m-
cult cutter and prick each wun n ron;,
Rako twenty minutes m rumor not
nvon.. This quantity mnkos about;
thirty biscuits. I
acts eatlyyet prompt
ly onthe bowels, cleanses
w on me ooweis, cleanses
flie system elf ectually.
assists one in overcoming
permanently. To get its
oeneicial ejects buy
Manufactured by the
Jig Syrtjp Co.
SOLD BY LEADING DRUCGISTS-SOI-BOTTU.
I v .VV
j rr sr
TOWERS FISH BRAND
, are cut on large
,to give the wearer
,ine uimosi comion
jjUwmi i ttrj VtAJEnr""
tt suit nit uphiiit
sic or ut run. e l
AlTOwt CO 1O1T0N U1A.
T0UtMUJICO.lMTI TOWMTO CM
A nrljtlit Lad.
"That's a powerful boy of your'n,
Ike," Bald n prominent citizen of Polk
"You betchnl" proudly replied the
parent of th prodigy. "He can swear
like a pirate nnd tho little feller's only
5 years old nnd hain't never been In
sight of the ocean in his life, neither I"
"How many horso power Is sh?" he
The stranded automoblllst was work
ing over his car. Up camo a sarcastic
follower of the plow.
"Sixty," replied tho automobllist
"Then, by heck, why don't she go?"
"Becnuse, my friend, thirty are pull
ing each way." Cleveland Plain
Tallest Tree In the World.
The tallest tree In the world so far
as has been ascertained Is an Austra
lian gum tree of tho species eucalyptus
regnnns, which stands in the Cape Ot
way range. It is no less than 415 feet
high. (Aim trees grow very fast. There
is one in Florida which shct up forty
fect In four years and another in Guat
emala which grew "120 feet In twelve
years. This corresponds to a rise of
ten feet In a year, or nearly one foot
Knew the Game,
A young woman was In company
with a university graduate, and natur
ally the talk ran upon books. By and
by there was a lull In the conversation,
broken presently by the young womnn,
who said: "What do you think of
Fielding, Mr. Smith?"
"Oh," was the answer, "fielding Is
Important, of course; but It Isn't worth
much unless you have a good batting
All In tho Name.
"Here, you I" said the aristocratic own
er of the corner building. "What are
you putting up this measly clapboard
shack alongside of my house for?"
"Shack nothln' J" answered the bus!-ncss-llke
youth who was superintending
Its erection, with equal arrogance. "Thii
Is a shoe shinin' parlor."
IS OUR MOTTO
Said an Employer: "Stick to quality.
It will win out in the end." We do
"stick to quality." That is the reason
our graduates are so thorough and in
such demand. Investigate our claims to
superiority. Catalogue, business forms
and penwork free. Call, phone or write.
Portland Business College
Tenth and Morrison. Portland, Oregon
A. P. ARMSTRONG. LL. D.. PRINCIPAL
fTh ere is a remedy over sixty
years old Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. Of course you have
heard of improbably have used
it. Once in the family, it stays;
the one household remedy for
coughs and hard colds on the
" I hare hud pnaamonU three timet, and
Ajet't Cherry Pectoral has brought raeiafelr
through each time. I bare Inat recorered
from my latt attack, aired tlzty-teyen. No
wonder t pralte It." E. V. Iliooing, Steyeoi
Ude by J. O. Ayer Co., Lowell. Umi.
aibq manuiaoiurerf ox
Ayor's Pills incroaso tho activity ot
tho llvor. and thus aid recover
222BDTTLE 35LTS.ATAIL GROCERS
WHEN YOU GOME TO PORTLAND
ARRANGE TO STOP AT
PARK AND ALDER STS.
A New and Modem European Hotel, catering
particularly to State people A refined place for
ladies vlaitine the city, does to the shopping
center. Rates reasonable. Free Bus.
N. IL CLARKE, (late of Portland Hotel) Mer.
P N U
WHEN irrltlng to advertisers please
mention this paper.
BEHNKE-WALKER STUDENTS SUCCEED. WHY?
They are Trained for business In a business-like way.
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SEND TOR CATALOGUE
O. A. BOSSERMAN. Sec
What is Castoria.
ASTORIA is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and
- . SootMng,Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, MorpMne nor
other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays
Peverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles,
cures Constipation and Platulency. It assimilates the Pood, regulates the Stomach
and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The children's Panacea The
The Kind Tou JIave Always Bought, and which has been in use for over
30 years, has borne the signature of Chas. H, Pletcher, and has been made under
his personal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with
and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment
Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
Dr. F. Gerald Blattner, of Buffalo, N. Y., says: "Your Castoria 13 good
lor children and I frequently prescribe it, always obtaining the desired
Dr. Gustavo A. Eisengraobor, of St. Paul, Minn., says: "I havo used
your Castoria repeatedly in ray practico with good results, and can recom
mend it as an excellent, mild and harmless remedy for children."
Dr. E. J. Dennis, of St. Louis, Mo., says: "I havo used and prescribed
your Castoria la my sanitarium and outsldo practico for a number of years
and find it to bo an excellent remedy for children."
Dr. S. A. Buchanan, of Philadelphia, Pa., says: "I have used your Cas
toria In tho caso of my own. baby and find it pleasant to take, and havo.
obtained excellent rosdlts from Its use."
Dr. J. E. Simpson, of Chicago, 111., says: "I havo used your Castoria la
cases of colic In children and havo found it the best medicine of its kind
on the market"
Dr. It. E. Esklldson, of Omaha, Nob., says: "I find your Castoria to bo a
standard family remedy. It is tho best thing for infants and children I
have over known and I recommend it"
Dr. L. R. Robinson, of Kansas City, Mo., says: "Your Castoria certainly;
has merit Is not its ago, its continued use by mothers through all these
years, and tho many attempts to imitate it, sufficient recommendation!
;What can a physician add? Leave it to tho mothers."
Dr. Edwin P. Pardeo, of New York City, says: "For several years I havo
recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so, as It haa
Invariably produced beneficial results."
Dr. N. B. Sizer, of Brooklyn, N. Y., says: "I object to -what are called
patent medicines, whore maker alone knows what ingredients are put la
them, but I know tho formula of your Castoria and advise Its use."
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
mm (KisS! !
ALCOHOL 3 PER rpn'p
ling die Stomachs andBowis of
Promotes Digestionhf crful
Aperfect Remedy for CtmsRpa-
UOH OOUT OlUlUdUliUiaiuww
TtaStmilc Signature of
.Guaranteed under the Pbodi
Exact, Copy of Wrapper,
2 JBoar tno Sienatnra of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
in1.s.Bii TT UT BTRICT, NCW YOUR OITV,