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Is a constitutional disease.
It originates in a scrofulous condition of
the blood and depends on that condition.
It often causes headache and dizziness,
impairs the taste, smell and hearing, af
fects the vocal organs, disturbs the stomach.
It is always radically and permanently
cured by the blood-purifying, alterative
and tonic action of
This great medicine has wrought the most
wonderful cures of all diseases depending
on scrofula or the scrofulous habit.
Hood's Fills are the beat cathartic
In Their Dreams.
"Yes; I declined an offer of $5,000
a week to play the Iceum circuit,"
said the Vaudeville Soubrette.
"Huh! I never dream 'em that
way, I always accept," commented
the Seltzer Water Comedian.
Stop thm Cough mnd
Work Oft thm Colli.
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets care a cold In.
one day. No cure, No Pay. Price 26 cents. . "
The Only Way. ' i
- An Illinois attorney argued to the
court, one after another, a series of
very weak points, none of which
seemed to the court to have any'merit,
until the court finally said :
"Mr , do you think there is
anything in these points? "
"Well, judge, perhaps there isn't
much in any one of them alone, but
I didn't know but your honor would
kind of bunch them."
Kinj Henry's Debts.
' Duke Henry My dear, why are all
of those royal carriages standing out
in front of the palace?
Queen Wilhelmina I wonder that
you ask. They are standing there to
prevent the wretched ; collection
agency from stopping its dead wagon
in front of the door. That's why.
The Hew Bicycle.
Bicvcle manufacturers state that the bi
cycle 'for this year will be practically the
same modle as 1900, as improvement seems
to be impossible. Precisely the same is
true of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It
represents the limits of sience. and it is im
possible to make a better medicine for the
, Kidneys ana oiooa. xiy n
l Bv the Wrong Process. - .toniach. liver.
The teacher was trvine to explain for dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation,
ine leacner was trying w explain Uatulencv 0r sour stomach, and you will be
io me utwe gin wuai iuitii 10. i convinced, never taae a budsiuum),
"Now, when your father plants his
flower seeds in the spring, how does
he know they'll come up?"
'"Cause our neighbors has got
chickens, ma'am," said the little one.
Send 15 cents in stamps for a sam
ple of copy of Camera Craft and a
large three color picture of " Wawona. "
The best photographic magazine pub
lished. 330 Sutter St., San Francisqo.
James J. Hill's Early Days..
James J. Hill, the railway magnate,
was at one time a Mississippi river
steamboat "runner," and as such was
well known in the early development
of Milwaukee. He was then account
ed one of the best "drummers" ofbus
iness for river boats. .
Btate or Ohio, Crrr of tolxdo, '
Lucas Codntt. (
Frank j. Chxnet makes oath that he Is the
senior parter of the firm of F. J. Chenit A Co.,
doing business in the City of Toledo, County
and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
.the sum ol ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of Hall's Catarrh eras.
FRANK J. CHENEY
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886.
J"sa7 a. w. gleason,
' v ' - Notary Public.
Ball's Catarrh Care is taken internally and acts
directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of
the Bystem. Send ior testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY k CO., Toledo, 0
Sold by druegists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
A Time lor Everything. .
"I have made all the arrangements
for your divorce," said the lawyer.
"Shall I secure it at once?"
"No, " repiled the "sensational act
ress, rafter some reflection. "Not yet.
My press jigent is on his vacation."
ALARMING SYMPTOMS DESCRIBED
IN A SWORN STATEMENT.
m. in ff rs ma urn
aFRICAN HORSES ARE HARDY.
Mrs. W. T. Clark, of Borne. N. T. Tells
Why She is Now Recommending a
Wellknowa Keroedy to
"The idea of your telling me I'm
extravagant!" protested Mr. Chug
water, "when I have saved up $500 in
the last 10 years on one item alone,
by a little self denial !"
"What item was that?" demanded
"Cutting down my life insurance
from $5,000 to $1,000."
TO CTJBE A COLD IN ONE DAT
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Iruggists refund the money if it fails to cure.
S.W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c.
A Warning. -
"You had better -not go
wjfh sister," said Tommy to
ter s beau. i
"Why not, Tommy?" V
"'Cause I heard her say she intend
ed to throw you overboard soon."
At Merlo Park, 8an Mateo County, Cal., with
its beautuul, surroundings, perfect climate,
careful superv i on, - thorough instruction,
complete laboratories, and gymnasium, easily
ira mains its position in the front ranks of
schools for boyB on the Pacific Coast. Ira G.
Hoitt, Ph. D., Principal. . , .
She (haughtily) I happen to know
that you have already proposed to two
other girls this year.
He Yes, dear ; but I assure you it
was only out of compassion.
Teacher Johnny, what -do we
Teacher That's right. Now, Tom
my, of what is air composed?
European Match Companies.
"An Austrian firm uses 10 tons of
phosphorus a year and turns out 25,
000,000,000,000 matches. Another
match company, an English one, uses
100,000 pounds of sulphur, 700,000
feet of choice white pine timber, and
150 tons of strawboard for its boxes
in the same time.
Indigestion and stomach trouble
have many results that are not always
readily traced to their real cause.
Sometimes the kidneys are apparently,,
affected but more often an irregulari
ty of the heart's action produces a far
more alarming symptom. . The cause
is easily explained and is removed
when the stomach trouble is cured.
A case in point is that of Mrs. W. T.
Clark, of 318 West Thomas street,
Borne, N. Y. She says:
"To begin with, I had gastritis,
which brought on sinking spells for
about an hour every morning,,, I was
very weak and nervous and finally was
compelled to take to..- my bed. .... My
illness began in the spring of 1897,
and continued for about four months.
For about half this time I was con
fined to my bed. I suffered greatly
from the stomach trouble and ner
vousness, but what alarmed me most
was the sinking feeling at the heart.
"I had read about Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Pale People and when
some of my friends recommended the
pills very highly, I decided to give
them a trial. I bought one box. and
by the time this was used up the sink
ing spells had ceased, f ; I felt better
but continued taking the pills until I
had used 12 boxes. I still keep the
pills in the house for I believe that
they are a splendid medicine. I
always recommend Dr. Williams
Pink Pills to my friends who are ail
ing for I know that they will do all
that is claimed for them."
Signed, MRS. W. T. CLARK
- subscribed and sworn to before me
this 9th day of April, 1900.
Benj.' S. Brown,
Seal. Notary Public.
No discovery of modern times has
proved such a blessing to women as
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peo
ple. Acting directly on the blood
and nerves, invigorating the body,
regulatng the functions, they restore
the strength and health- in the ex
hausted patient when everjr effort of
the physician proves unavailing.
These pills are sold in boxes at 50
cents a box or six-boxes for $2.50, and
may be had at all druggists, or direct
by mail from Dr. Williams Medicine
Co,. Schenectady, N. Y.
Henry L. Clapp, In a company of
good fellows, once said of a well-known
editor who was constantly Impressing
people with his own importance: "Yes,
he is a self-made man, and be worships
his creator." , - v; ,
Thackeray, anxious to enter Parlia
ment, stood for Oxford, thinking he
might win the seat from Lord Monck,
who then represented It. Meeting his
opponent In the street one day, he
shook hands with him, had a little talk
oyer the situation, and took leave of
him with the quotation: "May the best
maa win." -"I hope not," said Lord
Monck, very , cordlally,r with' a kind
In a little Western town the other
day the most popular citizen soundly
whipped a tough character, and to vin
dicate the majesty of the law the of
fender was brought op for trial. The
Jury were out about two minutes.
"Well," said the Judge, "what have the
Jury to say?" "May it please the court,"
responded the foreman, "we, the Jury,
find that the prisoner is not guilty of
, hittin' with Intent to kill, but simply to
paralyze; and he done It" : The verdict
was received with applause and the
prisoner received an ovation.' ;, "
Senator Vest of Missouri tells of a
mass meeting once when a certain res
olution ' was discussed - for several
hours. Finally one of the delegates be
gan a speech which wandered all over
creation: Some one interrupted him'
with the remark that he ought to con
fine his remarks to the resolution.
Yes," said Judge Philips.' who was
presiding, "the gentleman must speak
Jo the resolution." "Let us have the
resolution read," suggested some one
in the meeting. Judge Phillips stooped
down and whispered to the absent-
minded secretary. "Read the resolu
tion," he said. "H'm?" queried the sec
retary, waking up; "what resolution?"
The oue we have been discussing for
several hours,'' replied Judge Phillips.
The resolution was hunted-for high and
low," but could not be found. On the
secretary's desk there was a bit of
paper which looked as if it had been
nibbled by a mouse. It was all that re
mained of the resolution. The absent
minded secretary had eaten the rest
During one of bis expeditions in the
Philippines,4he late Gen. Lawton came
across the trail of a party of Filipinos
which he followed for several days with
a small body of troops. One day he and
his staff reached the top of a small emi
nence and saw a river stretching be
low them but a short distance ahead
Turning Jo one of his aids, the General
said: "Lieutenant, ride ahead and see
if that river is f ordable." The Lieuten
ant put spurs to his horse, and soon en
tered the river. A few feet from shore
the bottom shelved off suddenly and
the horse, was soon floundering in deep
water. , The Lieutenant disengaged
himself and swam to the shore. Which
the horse also reached in a short time.
After a brief chase, to the amusement
of the General and the staff, the horse
was recaptured, and, mounting him
the lieutenant rode back. His khaki
uniform was soaked and bedraggled
and the water spurted from the' tops
of his military boots at every Jump of
his horse. Biding up to the General,
he gravely saluted, and said: "I have
the honor to report, sir, that the river is
not fordable." Lawton looked at him
a moment, trying to maintain the dig
nity of his position, but the situation
was too ludicrous for him. He burst
Into a hearty laugh in which the staff
Joined at the expense of the young
lieutenant,- who, however; tells the
story on himself.
. Pope's Wardrobe.
A large staff of women is employed
at the Vatican for the sole purpose of
keeping the Pope's wardrobe in perfect
condition. No spot or stain may dis
figure the garments worn by his Holi
ness, and, as he always appears in
white, ftvftn a few hnnrn' wpnr dAnrivpn
n riuBicm joivi the robes of their freshness. It is con-
George Why do women talk so sidered that no man's hand is dainty
much? . enough for their care, so In this one
Fanny So the men "can't. They respect women are permitted to serve
think the lesser of the two evils the; the Pontiff. Only the most delicate
Big Estates Doubled,
1 It is declared by Wall street men
that the estates of Commodore Van
derbilt and Jay Gould have about dou
bled in the hands of the late owners.
The Vanderbilt properties were worth
$80,000,000 and the Gould interests
The Best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic. It is simply Iron and quinine in
a tasteless form. No Core, No Pay. Price 60c.
After Seeing the Library. '
"Gran 'pa, please draw me a naked
boy 'thout a stitch o' clothes not
,'. "Why, Tommy, that wouldn't be
proper." ( .
"Yes, it would, grarrpa; I want to
put wings on him an' make him an
materials are used, moire silk being the
summer fabric and a specially woven
fine cloth the winter one. . . .
Remarkable Endurance) and
Power to Travel.
One of the very first things that strike
the wanderer is the great expanses of
the southern hemisphere is the strength
tnd endurance of the horse. Though
to look at they are the sorriest scrags
( ever jet eyes on, yet they appear to
be possessed or & power of getting over
die ground that Is little short of mlr
tcolous and so astonishing in its per
ilstence as to seem automatic. A very
itrlklng Instance came under my no
tice only a few days after landing in
Cape Town in 1863. . I was sitting one
Saturday afternoon on the stoop of
Park's Hotel, which occupied the cor
aer of Addsrley and Strand . streets,
when a dust-covered horseman stopped
and dismounted. His horse was taken
to the stables and in the course of con
rersatlon in the bar I learned that be
iras a member of a legislative assembly
for an up-country district There was
no railway communication with the in
terior in those days and be bad ridden
in from bis home at Colesberg in less
than six days, having started the pre
Now Colesberg is more than 600 miles
from Cape Town and the country Is
very rough going, much of It being sand
and other parts very mountainous. No
English-bred horse, fed according to
English methods, could have accom
plished such a ride as this, more espe
cially when we consider the tempera
ture of the Cape Colony. I went to
Mrs. Aucrast Pfalztrraf. of ' South look at the animal on which the journey
Byron, Wis., mother of the young lady ' nad been performed and found It to be
What suffering- frequently results
from, a mother's ignorance ; or more
frequently from a mother's neglect to
properly instruct her daughter i
Tradition says "woman must Buf
fer," and young women are so taught.
There is a little truth and a neat deal
of exaggeration in this. If a young
woman suffers severely she needs treat
ment, and her mother should see that
she gets it. -"--.-.- v-:- -
Many mothers hesitate to take their
daughters to a physician for examina
tion : but no mother need hesitate to
write freely about her daughter oi
herself to Mrs. Pinkham's Laboratory
at: Lynn, Mass., and secure, from a
woman the most efficient advice with
i -w-" - - ?
Cured of Catarrh of Long Standing.
5f jTTm i
.Ex-Congressman A. T. Goodwyn.
Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good.
in nine, com dt aroswista.
; FAB.S. i J
i Good. Vast i
arista, Y I
A Conscientious Jury.
- Judge H'm. Your verdict seems
to be decidedly mixed.
Foreman of Jury Yes, your honor.
It's in accordance with the evidence.
Does Tour Wife Suffer?
Ladies suffer terribly from constipation, sick
;ascareis uanay uatnartie give
Keep a box handy. All druggists.
10c, 26c, 50c.
whose portrait we here publish, wrote
in January, 1999, saying her daughter
had suffered for two years with irreg
ular menstruation had headache all
the- time, and pain in her side, feet
swelled, and was generally miserable.
She received an answer promptly with
advice, and under date of March, 1899,
a little roan achlmmel barely fourteen
hands and apparently as fresh as paint
Another very remarkable ride that
came under my notice wri performed
by a Boer who lived a few miles from
Gray-town, in NataL His wife was
taken ill and a particular medicine, not
tee mother writes again that LydiaE. j t0 obtained in Graytown,' was im-
Tiv.lr.nTvi'a Va9a. j Kl A (VimriraTITin aTllMUl :
t?:;'S Til TTTrrT. Petive. So in the early hours of the
larity. ' . - .
Nothing a the world equals Lydia &
Pinkham's great medicine for regu
lating woman's ' peculiar monthly
'It's the only toime on earth,"said
Mr. Dolan, who was struggling with a
balky horse, "that I wisht for an otty
mobile." . - "
"Would yez sell the horse?"
"No, sir. I'd neVer give in like
that. I'd hitch the animal up in
front of the machine, and then I'd see
whether he'd go or not..' . - : -
Take pictures at night at you home
print them at night you can do it.
Address Kirk, Geary & Co., 330 Sut
ter St., San Francisco, for informa
tion. Largest photo supply house in
the West. - -
Yeast Do the robins come to pick
the bread crumbs from your lawn?
Cnmsonback lhey used to, but
they don't any more.
How do you account for that?
"My wife makes her own bread."
This signature is on every box of the genuino
Laxative BromoQuinine Tablet I
the remedy that enrea a cold 1st one day
night he started for Marltzburg, fifty-
Ave miles distant, through an extreme
ly hilly country and was back on bis
farm in sixteen hours. The remark
able thing In this ride was that this
Boer weighed over seventeen stone. .
In my own experience many Instances
of the wonderful staying powers of Af
rican horses have occurred. To men
tion one, in 1866, I had been appointed
honorable secretary of the first athletic
sports held in the TJmbotLcountry of
Natal. . They were to be held In Gray
town on boxing day, which fell on a
Monday. All preparations, etc., were
Eonclude'd early In December, when t
received an urgent request to go to the
Transvaal to look after a friend who
was lying very ill in his wagon with
oo attendants but a couple of raw kaf
Brs. I rode as hard as I could and
found him among ttie kopjes of the
Drakensberg, between Lydenberg and
Wakkerstrom, very bad. with fever,
which he had contracted somewhere in
the low country to the northwest I
tended him for some days until he was
dearly out of danger and then suddenly
remembered that I had to be in Gray
town on Monday morning. I was then
litting on the wagon box drinking my
morning coffee at 6 o'clock. Saturday
morning. ' Graytown was 220 miles
sway, but I was at my post there at
10 a. m. and In addition took a second
prize both In running and Jumping com
petitions. African Life.
Ex-Congressman A. .T. Goodwyn,
from Alabama writes the following
The Feruna Medicine Co., Columbus,
Gentlemen "I have now used two
bottles of Peruna, and am a well man
today. I could feel the good effects
of your medicine before I had used it
a week, after suffering with catarrh
for over a year." Respectfully, A.
Catarrh in its various forms is
rapidly becoming a national curse.
An undoubted remedy has been dis
covered by Dr. Hartman. This rem
edy has beer thoroughly tested dur
ing the past 40 years. Prominent
men have come to know of its virtues
and are making public utterances on
the subject. To.save the country we
must save the people. To save the
people we must protect them from
disease. The disease that is at once the
most prevalent and stubborn of cure
is catarrh. Public men of all parties
recognize in Peruna a national catarrh
remedy of unequalled merit.
If you do not derive prompt and
satisfactory results from the use of
Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hart
man, giving a full statement of your
case and he will be pleased to give
you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, president of j address
the Hartman Sanitarum, Columbus, i Hm
Push and PulL
She He's in the push, all right.
, He How did he get there?
She Oh, he had a pull.
rOTJ KNOW WHAT YOU ABC TAKING
When von take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic,
because the formula is plainly printed on every
bottle showing that it is simply Iron and Qui
nine In a tasteless form. No Cure. Ne Pay. 60c.
"There's luck for you."
"Why, he's got the butler so digni
fied that lie even awes the cook into
JOHN POOLE, Portland, Oregon,
Foot of Morrison Street,
Can give you the best bargains in
Buggies, Plows, Boilers and Engines,
Winrlmills and Pumps and General
Machinery. Bee us before buying.
. the Mccormick
Roller Bearing Header
Is the best in the world. It has no equal la
It has been tested in all harvest fields. In
ease of handling, steering, strength, and light
ness of draft, it is without a peer. It runs
light, in fact runs lighter with four horses than
any other header with six. - -'
Call on the nearest McCormick Agent, or
BOY LAM, Gon'l Agent,
FARM MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES.
Disappointed admirer Yo' kin tell
Dinah dat ef she wants dat chump
Sam Johnson she can hab him. ' See?
Mutual friends-He done tole her
dat hisself. .
. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
ing Syrup the best remedy to use for their
children during the teething period.
ON SALE EVERYWHERE, i
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTES. LOOK FOR MOW TBU MARS.
SHOWINS FULL LINE OP GARMENTS AND HATO
A. J.TOWW C., BOSTON. MASS.4-9.
First Financier I gave -my boy
$100,000 to oparate with on the street
the other day, and he made $2,000.
Second Financier Clear?
"Yes; that's what he had left."
FREE TO FARMERS
Our 1901 Vehicle Book
Our 1901 Implement Catalogue
Send your name and P. O. address and we
will mail one or both, as desired, free of all
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver Co.,
Not a French Scholar.
'.'Here, son, you've studied French ;
what's this word on the eat in' list?"
"Fillie! Do they thinV I want
No fits or nerrousneoi
ETITO PormanentiT .
Ills after fint HaVR naof Dr. Kline's Great Nerva
Restorer. Send for FREES'j.00 trial bottle anU treat
is. D.R.H.Kl,lta. Ltd..V31 An& St.. Philadelphia, Pa,
. Trying to Break Him of Smoking.
Gayboy What's wrong with this
Slippers To tell" the truth, old
man, it's adulterated. I've dis
covered that my wife has been empty
ing the dustpan in my tobacco jar for
the nast tew mornings.
Rheumatism is due to an excess of acid in the
blood. When this escapes through the pores of the
6kin, as it often does, it produces some form of skin
eruption some itching disease like Eczema or
Tetter but when these little tubes or sweat glands
are suddenly closed by exposure to cold and sudden
chilling of the body, then the poisons thrown off by J
the blood, finding no outlet, settle in membranes. jS
muscles, tissues and nerves. - These parts become greatly inflamed, feverish and
hot : dagger-like, maddening Trains follow in auick succession, thr.rnnsrlra )vmt
extremely tender, the nerves break down and the sufferer is 60on reduced to a state
of helplessness and misery. This acid poison penetrates the joints and seems to
dry out the natural oils, and the legs, arms and fingers become so stiff and sore
that every movement is attended with excruciating pains.
Liniments,' plasters, electricity and baths, while their use may give temporary
ease, cannot be called cures, for the disease returns with every change of the weather.
S. & S. cures Rheumatism by
auch yviacv asu x uau a aevore eroacaE ox
la trxippe, which left me almost a physical
wreck. To add to my wretched condition, a
severe form of Rheumatism developed. I
tried all the phyaicians in our city, but none
of them could do me any permanent good. I
used all the rheumatic cures I could hear of,
but received no benefit. After betriniiing- S. B.
S. I waa relieved of the pains and have eained
in flesh and strength and my treneral health
is better than for years. I consider S. S. S.
the grandest blood medicine in the world,
and heartily recommend it to any one seek
ing' relief from the tortures of Rheumatism.
B. F. GBEGOBY, Union, 8. C."
working a complete change in
the blood ; the acids are neutral
ized, the circulation purified and
the rich, healthy blood that is
carried to the irritated, aching
muscles and joints, soothes and
heals them. S. S. S. cures Rheu
matism even when inherited or
brought on by the excessive use
of mercury. Opium, in some
form, is the basis of nearly all
so-called Rheumatic Cures.
which deaden the pain but do
A Hebrides Island for Sale.
It is announced that the Duke of Ar
gyll Intends to sell Tiree, the most fer
tile Island of the Argyleshire Hebrides.
It Is some twelve miles long and four
miles broad. By reason of its flatness,
Tiree is prettily described in an ancient
Celtic legend, as "the kingdom whose
summits are lower than the waves."
Around the coast there are some Corty
ruined watch towers-of unknown his
tory and several "standing - stones."
The Duke's factor's house was erected
In the middle of the eighteenth century
on the site of the venerable ruin of a
turret ed castle. London Chronicle.
"iso's unre is the best medicine we ever
used tor ail -affections of the throat and
lungs. Wm. O. Endslky, Vauburen, Ind
Feb. 10,1900. .
Sure relief from liquor, opinm and tobaccJi
habit'. Send for particulars to
feeley Institute, r&t 2T1e1.lam,
WHKN wrltine t advertisers please
mention this DiDer.
. Fears a Timber Famine.
If it were not for the foreign supplies
England receives a : timber famine
would have overtaken the country long
ago, because the home-grown supply
has not been able to meet a tithe of the
demand for long enough, and that only
of Inferior kinds of timber. If the for
eign supply of fir alone-was to fall off
sensibly now the whole building trade
of the country would come to a partial
standstill and the wagon . companies
would be next to Idle.
not tnnrh tb Hicmca 141
to ruinous habits. Alkalies and the potash and mineral remedies so often pre
scribed, affect the tender lining of the stomach and weaken the digestion, thus
adding another burden to the already weak and impoverished blood. S. S. S. con
tains no mineral or dangerous drug of any kind, but is a simple, vegetable
remedy and the most perfect blood purifier known. Send for our book on Rheu
matism and write our physicians if you wish any information or advice. We would
be glad to mail you a book free ; we charge nothing whatever for medical advice,
THB SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, OA.
. Tried to Please Her. - ; ,
Mistress I'd Just like to know what
was the meaning of all that loud and
angry talking down stairs last night?
Domestic That was Just me and me
husband, mum. :
"Your husband? . You told me when
you came that you were not married."
"I wasn't, then, mum; but you com
plained about havin' so much love-mak-in'
in th' kitchen, so I married one of
'em." New York Weekly.
"It's all very well before a girl's mar
ried for her to get a flower in her hair,"
remarked the Observer of Events and
Things, "but ifs an entirely different
matter If after she's married she gets
her hair In the flour." Yonkers States
K. F. M. n.
He. 86 l01e
- The Critic's Way.
Indignant Artist r You say it's a
bad picture? And pray, what do you
know about pictures? You never
Critic My dear fellow, I know a
bad egg, though I never laid any.
The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the si -ma
ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one
- . to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
- ' Just-as-good'' are but Experiments, and endanger the '
health of Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- -goric,
Orops and Soothing- Syrups, - It is Pleasant. It -
contains neither Opium, - Morphine -nor other Narcotic
substance. Its apre is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Peverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind -Colic
It relieves Teething; Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates the ' '
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep -The
Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Hare Always Bought
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MILWAUKEE BINDERS AND MOWERS.
" THE PAIS THAT LEAD."
J. A. FREEMAN, General Agent,
2S E. Water St. PORTLAND, Ore.
WALTER A. WOOD EXTRAS. '
THE AULTMAN & TAYLOR MACHINERY CO.
. Builders of High Grade
- THRESHERS, CLOVER HULLERS, HORSE POWERS, TRACTION
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EDWARD HUGHES,. General Agent.
Catalogue Mailed Free. 182-186 Madison St., Portland, Oiegon.
PRUSSIAH STOCK FOOD
The Great Conditioner and Stock Fatteoer. HORSES da
More Work on Less Peed. COWS give Mora and Richer
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Package, SOe and SI.OO.
MAKES FIGS GROW GOOD FOB STUNTED CALVES.
Prussian Rbmbdt Co.. St. Paul, Minn.
Gbktlbmbn : 1 have been feeding jour Psttssiaic Stock Food to my
thoroughbred swine. It gives them an' appetite, and makes the pis
grow. I also tried it on-tunted calves with satisfactory results.
P. W. Gkoohb. Ellin. Neb.
BOWEN, Coast Agent, front and Taylor Sts., Portland, Oregon.
Agents wanted in every town.
The perfection of Wall Plaster, Is the only material
with which repairing can be done neatly and to stay.
If yon have never ased it send and get a trial
lot. It will pay yon. For information address -
THE ADAMANT CO.,
Foot of 14th Street, Portland, Ormgon,
What Does It Cost?
We have just issued an excellent little Cat-
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all the newest Fence information. A postal
card will bring it to you.
Portland Anchor Fence Co.
742 Nicolai St., Portland, Or.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
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