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WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1902.
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BEAUTIFUL SKIN L m UHV JJJAWJWHH Pr
Soft White Hands
GEER HAS HIS HOOKS ON
THE POLITICAL PuUM
Hie most effective skin purifying and beantl
fjtng soap In the world, 3 well as purest and
e wee test for toilet, bath, and nursery. The
only preventive of pimples, blackheads, red,
rough, and oily skin, red, rough hands with
itching palms and shapeless nails, dry, thin,
and faJlinp hair, and simple,baby blemishes,
because the only preventive of the cause, vix.,
Inflammation and clopping of the Tores.
Udmrnrhm. FottmT). C. Coir Pro Bo-
taa. UoTtomvtactonCuWttn, llinili.mdmii.lrw.
Hie Attitude Has Frightened Other
Candidates, Notably, the Gentle
man From Astoria.
The placing of Governor (Jeer's
name on the official ballot as a can-
rlmofn fnr Tin it uri Cfntnt cnmnn- I
throws new Interest into the present Von friA mnct rvvrnrinpincr evidence 01 thlS
?ZmSi"ZeS! winter' Serenf in ! act every day. Otherwise, beautiful faces marred with
many respects from any previous 1 black heads, blotches and pimples, muddy or sallow com-
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has gone abroad an impression that 6 Ui WiV rj;, i
Geer's canillclaci- has its origin In 1 most common and COUSplCUOUS symptoms Ot baa D10OQ. .,,.. m ft,
a desire of his friends to "get even" You can hide these uffly and humiliating blemishes by glazing them oyer witn iaco
7 and rouge, and the ?oigh and discolored 5
THte irr,ot i jj c -T -U... .t. C- i mr,iovimic inri false skins onlv last tor a uay, wueu
l'arBe1 "1,on the (attIt,utl .8ome JerJ' the eruptions and spots stand out as bare and brazen as ever. The natural beauty ana
.few of Governor Geer's friends nave , f , , " , . j l f vtpnn siTvnli cations
3' taken since the convention, and has smoothness of the skin cannot be permanently restored by tie use or external appucaaonb.
for the reason that these skin diseases are due to some poison or numui xu
brings inanv a deEervinc man mm. .
who, ill-cladmight fail. oDr 2
n makibg vonr opparej what it
to be consis h m keepmg yonr jj
other wearables in fineehape, to W
washing and ironinp thera is conctrMj
THE DOMESTIC LAUNDRT
J. F. Bobinson, Prop.
To PJease All Tastes Are
They are fresh and deli
cious. You never tasted more
satisfactory confectionery than
we make. Our
Ice Cream Soda Water
is a treat you should eiijoy.
We furnish ice cream, caudy
and taffy at wholesale for par
ties, socials, etc
C. W. IRVIN, Proprietor
, no real foundation.
So far as
ta Snmcoii0niyy are ; must be antidoted and eliminated before the skin can or will return to a healthy state.
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cHhan thai Sh.1 impunbes are expelled from the blood, the
make a good senator, and that he general health is invigorated, and all disfiguring
has a fair Chance Of election. Such -nA n-n-nntT-nrr ownl-Jrvne -rmT-.f1i7 onA norm-l.
t tririntr thp ronnlil nun ctnto O X. . x. t
HER BEAUTY RESTORED.
When my daushtar waa thre months old. Ecaemm
broke out on hor head and continued to Bproad tmtU
hor head was entirely covered. She was treated by
Bsveral pood dootors, hut crew worse, and the dread
ful disease spread to her face. She was taken to two
celebrated health springs, but received no benefit.'
many patent medicines wers token, but without result,
until we decided to try S. S. S., and by the time th
first bottle was finished, her bead be pan to heal. A
dozen bottles cured her completely and left her skin
perfectly smooth. She is now twenty yoors old, and
has a magnificent growth of hair. Not a sum oi cat)
dreadful disease has ever returned.
S. 1. SHOBB.
E814 Fins Street, St. Louis, JCo,
'S-1 from the leeislatnre hpinns nf his' o 1 t.j 11. j j 1 .11 ' t . fL.1 ft vi -
' indorsement at the polls ugaxu. vauiuc axe uurxi wtllu uau utoou, anu n uegms to leii m zmaacy, sunjiuiuua iuiculiuiis,
i The iact that Geer has played the sore e37es, scalp diseases, nasal catarrh, stunted growth, brittle bones and soft, flabby muscles
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ticket just as loyal suport as they , nentiy disappear from the skin, and it becomes as
would if Geer were the nominee for soft and smooth as ever.
i,ffX5Sd.r;?,i..8PS; . Bad blood tells in many other ways. Itch-
' him for United states senator. They ing and burning eruptions, rashes and sores, boils
( believe that since Governor Geer's carbuncles show the presence of some irrita-
1 term of office will expire when the ' , , r j, ,1 j j
, next legislature convenes, he -win be . poison or unhealthy matter in the blood, and
free from any official relations which these aggravating troubles will continue until the
"en11tU?aTtSnTthatrwiin5be sloY circuiation has been quickened
Min a position to demand recognition . and the deteriorated blood made rich and strong1
snariai band in such a way as to are some of the early manifestations of bad blood by inheritance. These symptoms, if
fsetnotSpnarUcuhTriyhpieTsantCto c.Cw! neglected, may develop into some deep-seated and serious blood trouble later on in life, but
Fulton, the principal orator for the the timely use of S. S. S. will check the disease in its incimencv. remove all taint from the
! SKXpri 1 circulation, and the little sufferers grow into healthy manhood and womanhood.
vvnen tne Diooa is neaitny ana pure it tells a
different story, a smooth and flawless skin, glowing with
health, a sound body and active brain, well nourished
pass a pleasant eves-1
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are hoping that the senatorial lightn-'
mg win striKe them at the next ses-.
sion of the legislature. The fact of
the matter is Geer has put them in,
a hole and covered them up and itj
is not quite clear if there is not an
understanding between Geer for sen-,
ator and Furnish for governor. At'
least a trade is suspected and it is
not a satisfactory piece of business
jo many republicans,
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Our stock is select and in
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come in and inspect our
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ing is believing,"
C. C. SHARP
Opra House Block Court St.
Lowell vs. Furnish.
Hon. Stephen A. Lowell is being
roasted ror his recent letter nlede-
ing his support to Chamberlain, the
democratic nominee for governor,
Judge Lowell is a life-long republi
can and was a prominent aspirant for
tne nomination which Mr. Furnish
landed, and 'this fact is taken as a
text by many partisan writers and
spouters who are busy just now vili-
lying Lowell as a silly sore head
and a traitor to his party. If Mr.
Lowell's only reason for refusing to
support Mr. Furnish is the f&ct thnf
Furnish secured the nomination that
i.oweii wanted, his position is cer
tainly discreditable, to say the least,
but if his reasons are as h RtntfR
in his letter, that Furnish seciir(i
the nomination and hopes to secure
an election through corrupt influen-
ces and by corrupt methods, he is to
be commended as a true patriot and
an honorable citizen. His action may
not be good politics from the stand
point of future personal preferment
in his party, but wp take Judee Low
ell to be a man who will throw polit
ical auvancement to the winds where
it conuicts with what he believes to
be right The number of men who
place principle above party is in
sals SalsS sas
system, good appetite and digestion, and restful and
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S. S. S. is Nature's Remedy. It contains no Arsenic, '
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taken without fear of any hurtful effects, and with perfect assurance of a speedy and lasting
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VAN ORSDALL & ROSS
Geo. E. Chamberlain's Canvass.
The people's candidate for gover
nor has been speaking to large
houses in Southern Oregon. His
dates in future are as follows: Inde
pendence, May 8; Dallas, May 8;
McMinnville. May 9; Hilsboro. May
10; Forest Grove, May 10; Wood
burn, May 12; Stayton, May 13; Sa
lem, May 13; St. Helens, May 14;
Astoria, May 15; Canby, May 16; Or
egon City, May 16; Union. May 19;
La Grande, May 19j Wallowa, May
20; Elgin, May 21; Ontario, May 22;
Pendleton, May 23; Arlington, May
24; The Dalles, May 26; Albany,
MISS MONIE B0WEY.
No. 38 Perry Street,
W. J. Furnish and the other re
publican nominees for state offices
will address the people of East Port
land on Saturday evening, May 10,
The meeting will also be addressed
by Judge George H. "Williams, repub
lican nominee for mayor of Portland,
and State Senator C. W. Fulton.
W. F. Butcher, democratic nominee
for congressman for the second dis
trict, addressed 1000 voters in The
Dalles Monday night. He spoke for
three hours and touched on all the
issues of the campaign.
W. J. Furnish, the republican nom
inee for governor; Superintendent of
Public Instruction Ackerman; J. R
Whitney. M. A. Crawford and Hon.
C. W. Fulton, were greeted by a
lare and enthusiastic audience nt
Roseburg, Monday night.
Hon. G. E. Chamberlain. Hon. J.
K. Weathorford and W. A. Wann, ad
dressed the citizens at Brownsville,
Monday night An immense crowd
was In attendance. Elaborate pre
parations had been made and the
opera house was beautifully decorat
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