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1 GOTLAND, CUIIDAY I.IOKNINC, OCTOBER 19, III.
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SPRING FLOOR FOR DANCING FEATURE OF NEW BUILDING; '
r"li fl A LY - '-17.D: i!i 3 .:"
filAD llG OTTO OF
ro4 Is Just as J5ear
? Advices; JTcw Capital
)sslblto Get; Rail
- Suffer. '
, "f 4i ,! lienjamlu II. Bryan. ; ,
Xork .Oct. 18. Very little eheer-
4 , ness is to be found In financial and
J, corporate circle, and tills applies not
, only in a domestic eonae but aUo lor.
eign. Europe appear to b in the throe
.. I labor agitation, which yesterday was
.accentuated by a walkout on the part
of - miners wt the Rio Tlnto mines in
bpajn, and while some difficulty In jEng
land, particularly in Lancashire, , was
temporarily averted, still-advice sug
gest that labor problem are receiving
much consideration on the other aide,
5?d I? pssyrded a being mor or leva
of a disturbing Influence. -; ' -
The attitude of the Brlt!h' underwrit
ers in connection with ths matter of
agreeing not to participate on a large
acale in new financing unUl the in
vestment market improve, the m
now being checked With lues recently
offered, and which were only partially
subscribed for. The fact that the Bal
kan states have not as yet been able
t0. rJfVMl.the expenditures growing out
of theV recent wars and that neither
' Siand, France or Germany have aa
yet financed the comprehensive military
plans - which were figured upon om
months (to. have rathar truiA to a v.
grayate the continental financial pros
pects and especially' general trade dl-
f. "'" aiacaenina lenuencies, ana
bouth America. Egypt and India
- : correspondents for finance which ordl.
nariiy might be curtailed but which at
V ljrslnL A nrtsksl Imnsicatlwa . .
' Europe, as J uually the case, has in
Br f?rt to bolster home condition
liquidated ' American securities freely
ot late, and as a consequence auch prea
auie has had much to do with un
settling the New York stock mark at.
uu v pernaps nas accelerated more or
Jp opraestlp selling, though tt I not
- mi our own aira.ra.inai is
. x1 ?ay those engendered by enactment
of the new tariff law and the agitation
trowing out of the proposed currency
and banking legislation, coupled with
a well defined indication of a renewal
of atnl-trust legislation during; forth
coming regular session of congress,
- , f have deubUess contributed la a marked
, degree. -, . . - ...... , . , ...
railway earning particularly la
Cotillion Hall, four-story brick structure going up at Fourteenth and Couch streets. Featuring the building 1 the provision made for a large, modern
ballroom on the top floor. The ballroom will have dimensions of SO by 110 feet, with floor of the latest patent construction, known as '. a - ball-bearing
v spring floor, said to bs the only one of the kind in the northwest. A spacious balcony, SO feet long, opens out of the ballroom, overlooking the street. '
. The bonding is being constructed for the Van Frldgh estate and will'be leaaed to M. M. Ringler, manager ot the Klngler dancing academy. The ground
floor will be fitted up for store rooms and the upper stories, except the fourth, will be arranged for living rooms and apartments. Plans of the building were
drawn by Architect Robert F. Tlgen. . -, .,, ;,..'., ,. ., , ' , . - ! -
Insane Ruler Made III by Un
natural Diet Which His Dis
. ordered Mind Demands. -
HIS BROTHER NICHOLAS
in England -With Wife, ; 1
iiS awWa Exiled From
.ndnrB'.m..W5h Russia.Takes Ud Residence
, w - a, v avfjH late l .;;. - '
iiicreaee in .order to insure - progress
and develop our large corporation If
not a continuance of present dividend
Sayntenta Is becoming apparent to many
;no heretofore were disposed to con
sider the protests of the rallwaytnan--arera
being somewhat out of keeping
with the true state of affair. r It 1 not
iimiMUK m uie roaos win receive any
Idiiio i...,, 1
Idaao ...,....,....,.. 1
uregoa , I
1 By PhlUp ETerett,,
(By the IntamaUonal Kaws garvle.)
XiOndon. Oct IS. "It was a great re-
... .. Twr9 I M. -rt, . . . W t ha
a.rj. in. ma iiai.ura- ok nigner rate i w - -
1 Until the first quarter of next year atioaar. relieving me of the ebllgatloa of
lrf n?w,?aplt'1 MA,,3r.t xert death. It U dignity that is not A Tory
influence lB the Instanoe of anylable -one. V s
K fs'aVhoV.' uritle.C.tiy th. Grand Duke Michael Alex-
nave acted in Tway thff sw.t?S. a? brother of the Czar Nicholas
sore of a financial readjustneiit Is- oo of Russia.; who in order to marry . ths
the tapia." woman he ldVd,"j-eslgned' all claims ts
The relief afforded by the action of ths Russian throne and Is living In En
J0Zr2m?,lln. aIxUns; funds In land praoUcally banished from his sa
&ffi&&im&9--i2i? w- B an Interview today. '
far been absent, which perhaps i so- Hf PPred pleased at the oppvrtunlty
counted for by the fact thavJontrarv to speak to the American people whom
. 5 'fi'""" n Bovemmen Tie . oeuevpa musi nave-; . lawra m
, ' L--i'.loJ in"ti.tu"?nil hv not J'awn as false -lmprelon of him because of the
tars y--P h 'toforiOB rsscrva esn- atortes circulated to the effect that' he
" TheN"stear mm W t-iii-.: V a'.i' hd plotted against .the .csar and . ths
- bv advlcna i ai.ff.pin rmm IrZZzi "uZ I csarevitch. . . ; ; -
, of consumers, and prices of finished ? wUI not uk yo to deny ths Story
steel products have exhibited declining that I am - a .Nihilist." said therand
naOTciea. u. copper metal holds Its duae. : "'And that 1 havs been suspected
StSS,JSL? X81'i" wh.n? ine t of .plotting; against my Imperial brother
eral is considered strong .Tin "2 CrJI0' UAtle sonbscaus ls cannot im
. ofcodd da oollsh . enough -to
u-iiua mnu in copper nArea.. lristrket 1 -w": v m t .
' hail not DPAfi fiVftrM h nnhllii xaa.s-lAl I 'i'.fi -s-a- e-. a-i 1
win,.taa general run, of securttleaT- Armed with my letter of UtroducUon
; ..,.-t - . 7 f-kA. I sought the, brother of Russia's 1m-
' i Rangs of New York price furnished Parial autocrat and found, him at bis
by Overbeclc A Cooks Co S1S-S17 Board English residence, Knebwerth, the beau-
of Trade building. . . tlful oastle In,' Hartf ordshire7 which he
uKHUKirruiN 4(tnHiiD ilw i ma I nas vleased rront tne Kan - or - i.y ixon.
71? The duke. received mebbrdially. He Is
42U very -democratic, And. asked, me to be
kind enough to, overlook the fact that
XTW K la Its. krAtYi.. aw amnaWkvan tn
'u J kindly addreas Mm as if lis were an or-
84 I The grand duke arrived m England
92 I nnlv a littla 6vrwo weeka aao .-. Ha
speaks English fluently, but prefers to
speak French, and it was in that lan
guage that the Interview Was held, - .
- "ludo want you, however, to say for
me that there are absolutely no bitter
feeling- between the eaar and myself."
went on the - grand duke. - wAnd if the
cxar ever visits England, everybody will
have A chance to ses that we are any
thing but - personal, enemies. The fact
is that, 'even within his own family the
csar , is not. such an autocrat aa the
world believes, bat is bound to follow
Very-strict family laws, which left him
no choice la my case. Being forced to
obey the laws of the Romanoff family
he could not possibly sanction my mar-
Aualsantated Copper Oo.
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: Americas Cotton OIL .
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la. Tel. A Tel...;
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Brooklra Rabid Transit
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nay tons, copjwr
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hock Miana, e... ......
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soutnern : racinc, c, ..
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, St Btt.sJt ( Wet Cjfvv
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WUranaln Central, e.. v.
C Xotal sale 111,600 ahares.
An alarm to give a signal should 11
be eztinguisned features a new auto-,
mobile tall light
I ring, which J look uponas a purely
personal arrair, since i am no longer
heir to tho-throne. t.v
. '"I nave come to-Kngiana beoause
want to live quietly like any other or
Idinary human' being. X do not oare for
society, and beyond seeing my mother
and other near relatives here I expect
to meet - very few people,.- The people
here, understand and respect my wish.'
The treatment which the Csar Nich
olas' accorded hi brother 1 said1-to
have vaatly angered the Dowager Em-
press of Russia, whoae sympathies were
with Michael, and against the court con
ventions which demanded that he not
marry beneath -his-station. - .
: ! : Ossr-Dlscacsg Brother. ', -
In November. ISIS, the Grand Cuke
Mlohael married Mme. Bhormetlevahala,
a pleblan. . The csar did not learn of
the marriage until January last, at
which time te publicly disgraced his
I brother-by ordering him and his wife to
quit .Russia within a hours. Ths priest
who, married the grand duke and bis
bridk : was ordered to be unfrocked by
the Csar and the minister of the inter.
hlor and several oflcials of ths police de
panment were removed because they
had not kept a better watch on the man
who until tha birth of a inn to tha near
was the heir to the Russian throne.
NORTH PORTLAND IS
' BANNER MARKETFOR
HOGS DURING WEEK
Continued From Preceding Page.'
This nutritious, laxative food Is mads
by srheat, rye and. .flax, ooaraely ground.
Ths protein and carbohydrates are all
retained to beget energy and prevent
fatigue. Roman Meat has hot that fault
or, me ,mwm cereai .-tooos, via, or I . rx i,-.-i - STlKHs.
being- over-refined, - thu-catering to jidabe so- '
aainiine 01 appeuie ana weakening Oreaoe .
digestive powera : . . I Idaho ..
Ths flax in Roman Heal Is deodorised
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1. first cereal conUinlnfiax S 2Si lll:;: I
any quantity In a palatable foftn. iiaho .v. ..,..
Roman Meal used aa a food dally will Idaho S
i euro constipation and "relieve many J,"?!
"casea of. indigestion. ,,' r , MSK K'"n ' i
Roman Meal makes delicious ' gems, tUbl YA"i:?tY.: il
muffins, - brown bread, pan-cakis, and Oram is
may, also bo used ss a breakfast mush, oreaon ............ 2T
It ( Is not an expensive food; a 8-lb. ",; f
?aoki ? cTr
for f5& For children there Is no bet- oreu.B 48
ler IOOO..J-- ; i1'..:-'.' ::,.;.
' Th. I.OJ- Tlhlll Rabin- Cn
baking RomantMeal Bread, which may lowSU "'"."''"'J
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COWS AND BXirXBS. -Oregon
a,. IS a - 1040
' ' 8TA0S. "
Idaho ,. 1
Oregoa f... 69
Idaho ........-.. 87
Idaho ... .107
Oregon ................. 15
Oregon .................. 98
Oregoa ......... 97
Oregoa ...a............. 11
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Idano .,..,, . ... S
Idaho .................. 00
Waitalngton ........... 4
Idaho ......... 1
Idaho , 93
Idaae .................. 0
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. 7 80
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. $8 75
54 -'. $7.85
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Washington ..,...,. ...191
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Oregoa 4 1100 . . 6.23
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1060 V t.65
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Oregoa 1 670
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Wauiotoa ............108 ,100
Waablngtoa 98 . JOS .
Waahlngtos . A '840
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Wednesday yarning galas,
setlon. .', . Mo.
Waablngtoa' .w.. ....... 89
Oregon r... 23
Oregon ................. 83
'Waablngtoa .y......... 1
Waablngtoa ........... 98
Oregoa ................. 7
Oregon' ................ S
Oregoa ..a.i.., S
Oregon ................. .1
Waauinstoa ........... 97
Waablngtoa- ........... 79
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Battleships , Arkansas . and
j Florida at, Naples,. Kansas
and Connecticut at Genoa
GLACIER PARK TRAVEL
In Order to , Prepare , for Next
Year Government Is Build- '
Ing Auto". Hfgh way,
Washington, X). C. Oct 18. Tourist
travel to Olaoler National Park was so
extraordinary this year that the govern
ment Is building a 25-mll automobile
highway from Bt Mary take to Lake
McDennott, In order to make aooesslble
to automobii stage what la regarded a
the most picturesque spot in the Bwits
erland of America. Work Already la be
ing rushed on this new road, which is to
link ths $100,000 meandering automobile
highway built by Louis W. BllL chair
man of ths Great Northern railway, from
Olaoler park station, ths eastern gate
way of the park, to St Mary Lake, a
distance or sx mues. xnis win make s
oontltfuous automobile highway extend
ing 67 miles into tne mountain recesses
of Glacier Park, - More than, a score of
automobile stages will be put In service
during 1914. r--'j":':-. -
More than 11.000 tourists visited this
nswest of the nations' parks this year.
setting another record for alt the rest
ot Uncle slam's playgrounds, nearly
twice as many as were mere last year.
And yet ths Rocky mountain', eark Is
only In ths third year of Its existence.
To keep pace with this unusual flow of
tourlaawtravel, the Great Northern "rail
way is erecting three new Swiss chalet
Hotels, which will be opened next year.
uesuies uus activity upon the Dart of
ma railway, wnicn already has snsnt
more than. $1,000,000 In the development
of the "park on the roof of the contin
ent," me united states government, as
the result of Secretary Lane's visit there
this year, is , making wids boulevard
trails over th Great Divide ; Irr three
plaoes Gunslght, Swift Current and
Pelgan passes. - This assures safe horse
back travel over the top of the contin
ent three, different wayav; , :, . " v -
By Camlllo Clanfawraw :
Kome. oct ' 18.-The American, war
ships Arkansas and Florida swung
ai txapies on tnear Hediterran
eta cruise last ' week end. ths Kansaa
and Connecticut at Genoa. Their arrival
Incited the liveliest, interest in th
American colonies of. those two el tie
ana ot Rome, v
The most hdsMtable nren'aratlona Itai
been made by. the Italian fleet, one of
tne -most rormiaabio afloat, but Capuin
White, the naval attache at the Amerl
can embassy, ' states that, although ths
Italian navy planned a 'magnificent re
ception to the AmsHoan officer and
sailors it would- be lmposshle for the
or we w aevote much time to reoep.
uon ana entertainments, .
. . Varpose of ,Wlsl Udafcatlonal.
'. The chief purpose Of the visit is odn
eatlonaL and the men are expected to
visit as many places as the time of
tne .snips here will permit - ,
Groups-of sailors under command of
one or two officers wlU pay visits to
nearby districts. As all four ships re
main in Italian waters for ss days the
orew 01 eacn ship will acquirs consld-
ranie insight into th country, u '
'A more extended-stay, will be made
at Rome..' While here a large number of
uatnouo sailors belonging to the Flor
ida will be blessed by the pope. Mgr.
Kennedy, rector of -the American eol.
lege, is busy arranging ths necessary
audiences. ' .
Romans srs looking forward to th
Insplrtnr' sight of tha: Vatican court
thronged with stalward American blue
jackets,- which will furnish them with
a novel spectacle.
Ambassador Pegs popular.
Ambassador Thomas Nelson Pass has
charmed all the Roman reporters by his
manner ena accompusmenis. He has
made it, quite clear that they will al
ways receive A cordial "welcome at the
embassy, but he would be Unable to in
form thelm of bis official Intercourse
with Marquis Dl Sanglullano, the for
He added that this statement was
made on his own 'Initiative as neither
President Wilson nor any other member
of . the administration ; was responsible
for his policy of ..silence. ?v v -';
Fat women who are eontemnlatlnar a
new frown In the mode will have to con
template A reduction of their flesh, before
they visit ths dreaamaker. -7 v
Fortunately this Is nothing like th
hard labor It was when one had nothlna
but exercising, or dieting to get result
with. Nowadays a short course of th
Max mo la prescription Tablet should bring
any woman, however fat, to' the. propor
tions necessary for bey to wear a Dlreo
tolre grown.' .-v : y: '.-.--'
. Let her talcs A Marmola Tablet (mat
In accordance -with the famous prescrip
tion and. therefore, harmless) after each
meal and at bedtime and she should very
eoon be losing a pound a day. Thin re
sult, accomplished without disturblni
one's table custom, fognlng wrinkles 01
distressing the stomach, astonishes every.
SOdy,. ,,. v w; ;.,;;.:r.. am.."
Uvea one large caw, costing only, tl
cents - at any druggist's, or . the earn
amount direct by mall from the Mar
mola Company. Farmer Bldgr. Detroit,
Michu.-g.vae positive reeulta This con
stltutSA the Acme ot eoonomZi -
- (Bf th Interna tloaa Hew Service.)
Munich, Oct, 18 Otto, the mad king
of Bavaria, I reported to be falling; rap
idly. Th Bavarians receive the .news
thankfully. . -v
Otto has bean , king of Bavaria, S?
years: but h has never been seen by his
subjects since bis succession - to the
throne.' , ' f . . .f ,
- For IT years Otto has been A prisoner
In his forest castle Of Furstenrcid, hopelessly-
Insane and knowing- nothing of
the course history is taking outside hla
prison walla, although bs bas ever re
mained the . real ; king of Bavaria, In
whose nam the law Is read and.. th
money Is coined. ' For 17 years his life
has been on of total oblivion, with only
an Occasional glimpse of light in ths
darkness of his mind, , -N -
y . , X JBAnnlsss Zionatlo. . '
King Otto la not a danger6us madman,
He lives in a world of bis -own.--with
spirits born of bis imaglnaUon, with
wnicn ne carries on long conversation.
His Indifference to his surroundings has
grown mora pronounced as the year
have gone br. . . He 1 eats. 1 drinks and
sleeps mechanically, and Sitting for the
most part or the time on the floor. ', H
recently developed a strong dislike for
all ordinary sorts of food, and began to
eat various herbs, and particularly a
great quantity of grasa This extraor
dinary diet la believed to have caused
us present Illness.
laaay Attempts, to Beplaoe Otto.'
Many unkuccessful attempts have bean
made to dethrone Otto aa king and pro
claim Prince Ludwlg, the regent, hla
suocessor. - Bavaria Is the most import
ant non-rrussian state la the German
empire, but has . been handicapped
inrouera noi oeing reprnted by a full
iieagea King. - ,
rr "v.. 7 i ' ;;' r'i;;.
Christmas Presents Prove Costly.
Ban Francisco,. Cat; Oot. lS-W. B.
Dutton, a petty naval officer, paid 150
fine . for attempting to : smuggle Into
port a " bolt of pongee silk. United
States Judge Doollng Imposed the mini
mum penalty when Duttoa pleaded that
he Intended the silk for a Christmas
present to his sisters. .
Business at Bofitoa Is 'Emn"v-t i t
, , Several Weeks---OiiJy "AWu't "
! (,-, 2,000,000 PounilA,
BREAKS A COLD
v- OPENS NOSTRILS
v-".; 'Sr-. yyy9mimmtmmmm;n:;,:.: ': 'X
Tape's) s Cold Compound' ends
severe coldA and grippe
in few hours
Tour cold will break and all gxtope
misery end ' after taking; a doseof
Fapa Cold Compound7 every two
nours9 unui three doses are taken,
- It promptly opens elosrsed-un. no
trlls and air passages In the bead, stops
nasty discharge or nose running, re
lieves sicic heaoache, dullnesa feverish.
nesa, sore throat; sneezing, soreness and
stiffness. '. 1 . (:'.- - ,
Don't stay stufTed-unt Quit blowins
ana snuiningi icaae your throbbing
neao notniog eis in the world slvaa
such prompt reUef as 'Tape's Cold Com-
pouna, " wnicn oosts only SS cents at
any drug store. It acts without as
sistance, tastes nice, and cause no in.
convenience. Accept no substitute.
Eczema Is Only
v Proven by D.D.D.
A f aw akin trouhiea nrlo-tnata fn tha
blood. But very few.. Dr. Evann . Rx.
Commlasioner of Health and a famous
writer on medical subjects. Bays;
"We shall bearln to make headway
with skin d)seaso when we learn two
things: first that Skfn disease does not
come from Impure blood; second, that
so-called blood Durifiara have no auch
action,' (. ;...-'...;.,: ,r' ", .;;,," - -r-.
uec nuy tnen ana clear up 'your
gkln. Stop that Itching and burning. .
IJrlve out those pimples. !
Make up your mind to start how and
aive yourself r a - smooth. velvet , com-
plexlon. ' . '';.. '' . i-. ,
xou can oo it witn tne aid or tne
wonderful D. D. P. orescrlntion a
cooling, refreshin a; lotion not a salve
or graSe -it soothes your' tender skin,
opens the pores, drives out' the old im
purities and gives you a skin like A
oauy, foiwia buq, ciear, ' '
All drusKlsts have D ' D . D' Wa
sell It on a positive no-pay guarantee.
Tou don't risk a cent. Don't suffer
another day. Call at our etoro today.
Ask also about IX D. D. Boap best for
tenaer ssin. -,-s..', .,..
Huntley Drusr Co Washlnston at
Fourth woodard,11 Clarke & Co.. Dgsta.
D. D. D. PIUESCmPnON
tUc tudeftrd Bkta remeaXjr
Boston, Mans.,' Oct. IS.- Weather con
ditions and the holiday have interfere.!
with wool buying th past week, total
sales being ths smallest for several
weeks.- . .
Conservative estlmatee give the trans
fers aa about 2,000,000 pounds. Connl
erabl inquiry 1 noted in leaXuvr
houses, but many-bids are too low t
be accepted. Territory wool eomprl -.
the bulk of aalea, with moderate trai
fers of fleeces and small California mid
clothing wools. Forele-n wools have
been quiet - Bentiraentally, valu may be
said to be a little firmer. 1'rlcee sre
no higher, but Inferior grades are sold
without concessions. . ' v
Stocks owned in-this market at'e be
ing; steadily reduced, esneclally doraesuV
grades, at a fair profit If the conT,
signed, wools should be thrown on the
market, however, present value could,
hardly be maintained, - Manufacturers
show no disposition to advance their,
bids. Dealers, aa a rule, however, ret
their asking price. The fact that the1
market is sentimentally higher -la re
flected - only in the ease with which
dealers realise previous asking prices :
on the poorer wools now remaining in
stock. The bulk of the desirable wools,
left-unsold Is to be found In the con
signed lota. - Leading houses have been-' -free
sellers Ot both,, fleeces and terri
tories. .-. : V ... ' ..,:.:..; ...
For F.Iayr's Wonderful
Stomach Remedy "
' '' "How thankfal we ar
to yoe for getting s hole'
of your Womlerlul Rear
ed. My wife eoald so
have had bat a abort'
time to live If she bad"
not taken yonr Wondep.
ful &emedy whea she dlA
One more of , tbaae . par-,
ozyam pains she waa
havlog would have killed
her without a doubt.
Now she la free from all .
pain, fro f rata heart troa-,
Die and free from that .
diatnrblng Keoralglo alK
th -result of five tr.iuT
1 knenta -and tha arnulaloa- '
of five or tls hundred Oall Stosaa. Mow ibe
is able to eat any thing ah want and her
appetite ia good sod before taking your nedl-"
olne ah bad no appetite and when ell ate.
anything ibe woold ssffer death for ao dolcg
nd could not aip at Bight; sine takiag
yoar treatment eh sleeps well all night loo."
X. A. Keall, Soaaoka, Taxaa.' x
Th a bore letter should convince yoe Bor .
than anything we could say la behalf of Sfayr's
Wonderful Stomach Samady.- Sufferer should
try one dose of this Kemedjr one doe abouldk
cgotIdc them that they can be restored ta.
health. Nearly alt Stomach Aliments era
caused by th dogelng of tha Intestinal tract'
with' mucoid and catarrhal accretion allowing,'
poisonous fluids Into th Btemaeh and other
wise deranging the dlgeetlr aritem. Starr'7
Wonderful Stomach Samady painlessly remores
thea accretlona without a aurgleal eperattoe'
and puts an end to Co lie Attache, Gaae in the
Stomach and Inteetlaea and all of the usual
symptom of Stomach, Xlrer aod Intestinal All
menta. Ask roar druggiit about Hayr'a Woa-t
darful- Btomaah Bemady -er aend to Geo, H
Mayr. Mfg. CbemUt. 1M Whiting St, Chicago,
11L. tor free booklet ea Stomach Ailments anil .
many - gtateful Isttsrs from people who haT ,
- For sale la Portland by The Owl Drag C4J
Broadway and Waablngton fits. : . . .i. J, '
HAVE SLOW KIDNEYS
Eat less meat if you feel Bacbufty cr
' aatsj bladder troablswTaks ;
, . . glAs Of Esita. :i
No man or woman who eats meat reg.-
ularly can make a mistake by fluahlnir
the' kidneys occasionally, says a well
known authority.. Meat forms urio acid
which excites the kidneys, they become
overworked from the strain, get sluglsh
and fail to filter the waste and poisons
from the blood, then we get sick..
Nearly all rheumatism, headaches, liver. .
trouble, nervousness, dimness, sleeps
lessness- and urinary disorders- ,7 corns
from sluggish kidneys. . , -.-
,The moment you feel a (Bull aohe In
the kidneys or your back hurts or if
the urine Is cloudy, offensive, full of
sediment irregular of . passage or at
tended by a sensation of scalding; stop
eating meat and get about lour onnoee-
of Jad Baits from any pharmacy; take a
tablespoonful In a glass of water before
breakfast and In a few days your kid-,
nsys will-act fine,- This famous salts
Is made from the acid of grapes and
lemon juice combined with llthia, anl-
has been; used for generations to fluao.
and stimulate the kidneys, also to nu-
trails th acids in urine so it no longer
causes Irritation, thus ending- bladder
weakness, i.-,-, v .".vs.: -: ' '.;;-." -y
Jad ESlta is Inexpensive and cannot
injure; makes a delightful effervescent
11 this-water drink ; which everyone
should take now and then to keep the'
the kidneys clean and active and the
blood pure, thereby avoiding; serious'
kidney complication. .
finish v this through : faded. lifeless
locks and they become dark,
.; . -N- - glossy youtbful.' - -
y, y'-;-m:-.s: - -;' . .
Hair that loses Its color and lustre, or
whea It fades, turns gray, dull and life
less. Is oaused by a lack of sulphur in
the hair. Our grandmother made up a
mixture" of Sago Tea and Sulphur to
keep her' looks dark and beautiful, and
thousands of women and men who value
that -. even color, that beautiful dark
had of hair whioh is so attractive,
us oniy inis oia-tims 'recipe.. ' ' -
Nowadays we get this famous mix
ture by asking at any drug store for a
SO-cent bottl of v "Wyeth's Base and
Sulphur Hair Remedy,",, whioh darken
th hair so naturally, so svenlv. that
nobody can possibly tell It has been ap
plied. .- tiesioes, jx taKe off "dandruff.
stops scalp Itching and faUlnar hair.
Tou lust dampen a spona-s or soft brush .
With it and draw this through your hair, 1
wuag tarn smau atrana at a time. - ily
morning th gray hair diaaoDeara: but
what delights the ladles with Wyeth's
sage ana nuipnur is that besides 'beau- ,
uxuiiy uora,enin- tne nair alter a lew I
applications, IV also brings back the 5-
gloss and lustre and give it an srceui -1
ance Of abundanoa, ' i
e JiJ. C5EEFE
Chronle and Kervon tit.
aaes readily auccamb te
my thorough and exbaua.
tire metbod It treat,
stent when - they are
carefully and onsiatently
followed, lllitakes are at
a avlnlmum, becaua I
bar treated auceeaaful
lr toonaanda of case
aetly Uk your own. It la
an erne not to seek the
adTlo of Spavialiit
who ha had years of
etperleoce and give ex.
clualre personal attention
- te th treatment of Sui-b
I sm Hosmed to praetic in tle
ststa of Oregon, Waahlngtoo, (lalifomla
and Nevada. My ofio la thorow.-lii
equipped with vry electrical and niacimu.
teal device oaeeaaary for th arlentlfle uet
meat of your alliuenta. I ailiululeter tue
World' latest remedlea.
I Treat SuceenafoTIr
0RB0NIC. HKH.VOVH, HLOOrt. gfftv,
S LADDER, LIVE It AND KIDNKT l-'.u
A8K.9, AHKUMATIfM, NEUASrnEMi,
TC'KUK, bOlii-d, iIXU4, 1'li.kJ A.MJ
,1. Oanaultatlon and Bxamination fKKB.
te 67 to 8, Sally 1 Suadaya, 1J to 1.
J, J. KEEFE, Ph. G. M. D.
- BOOMS It-IB LAFA YiTT1? P t..
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