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Whether It Is ot the nose, throat, stomach,
bowels, or more delicate organs, catarrh lrf
always debilitating and should never tail ot
It is a discharge from the mucous mem
brane when kept in a state ot Inflammation
by an impure, 'commonly scrofulous, con
dition of the blood.
Cures all forms of catarrh, radically and
permanently it removes the cause and
overcomes all the eflects. Get Hood's.
His Little Joke.
Subbubs I thought you were going
to have a baseball game to-day.
Backlotz Oh, the creek backed up
In some way and flooded the diamond.
It's the first time it ever happened
Subbubs Ah! You might call it a
diamond of the first water, then, eh?
Philadelphia Public Ledger.
Among those who have received the
highest award the Grand Prize at
St. Louis World's Fair, was the A. J.
Tower Co., the makers of the FISH
BRAND SLICKERS. Many of our
readers who went to the Fair will re
call their fine exhibit in which water
proof garments were shown adapted to
bo many uses that almost every depart
ment of the world's work was suggest
ed. The Grand Prize was a deserved
tribute to one of the oldest manufac
turing concerns in the country.
Where the Rub Comes.
Untraveled Youth I believe I will go
to Florida next week. What is the' fare?
Traveled Elder Young man, if you
had enough to pay your board after you
got there, yon wouldn't ask about such
a trifling incidental as the railroad fare.
Piso's Cure is a remedy forconghs, colds
and consumption. Try it. Price 25 cents,
Pins Hish This Year.
Wife-My dear, I want $400 for pin
Husband Humph! Pins must be high
Wife Yes. Diamond pins are.
I suffered for a long time with a bad
case of Catarrh, and took a great deal of
medicine without any benefit. v
I had a continual headache, my cheeks
bad grown purple, my nose was always
stopped up, my breath had a sickening and
disgusting odor, and I coughed incessantly
I heard of your S. S. S. and wrote you.
I commenced to use it, and after taking
- several bottles I was cured and bave
never since had the slightest symptom of
the disease. Miss Mary L. Storm.
- Cor. 7th & Felix Sts., St. Joseph, Mo.
Wheeling, W. Va., May 29, 1903.
I bad Nasal Catarrh for years for which I
used S. S. S. with very gratifying results.
I tried local applications for some time,
and getting no permanent relief I came to
the conclusion that the seat of the trouble
was in the blood. Knowing S. S. S. to be
a good blood medicine I began its use,
and after using it for some little while it
did away entirely with the offensive mu
cus in the nostrils, and I -did not have to
hawk and spit, especially in the morning,
to dislodge the catarrhal matter.
1627 South SL Fred H. PrESSY.
The filthy secretions and foul mucus that
are continually dropping back into the
throat, find their way into the stomach
and are absorbed into the blood. Catarrh
then becomes con
only way to get rid
of it is through the
blood. Write us if
you have Catarrh,
and our. physici
ans will advise you
The Swift Specifio Company, Atlanta, Ga.
LAND SCRIP FOR SALE
Forest reserve script for securing title
in any quantity to farming, grazing,
desert or timber land without residence
or improvement for sale at lowest mark
et prices. H. M. HAMILTON,
Tha Portland, Portland, Or,
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personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
" JusNas-ffood'' are but Experiments, and endanger the
Health or Children Experience against Experiment.
'. What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing' Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic'
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
y51 'eHeves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation '
and Flatulency; It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural Bleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You HaYe Always Bought
In Use For
ma enrraua ecmmnv. tt
" COLLEGE BUILDING RACE. -
Aa It May Be with Millionaires ' in
Andrew Carnegie has assured Pitts
burg people that if they are really de
sirous of having a university which
shall beat anything in the country he
Imagination falters, says the New
York World, when it attempts to pic
ture the struggle that must follow
among the philanthropists when such
a pacemaker starts in the schoolmak
ing race. Fancy the scene at the Mil
lionaires' Club five years from now
when Mr. Carnegie will come swinging
jauntily into the room with his golf
clubs under his arm.
"Well, John," he will say, "I have
Just added 200 acres to the Pittsbnrg
campus ana aeposuea $o,uuu,uw m
steel bonds, as endowment to provide
gymnasium facilities." .
Mr. Rockefeller will rub his hands
in glee and say: '
"Too late, Andrew. Very good in its
way but antiquated. I have Just bought
Lake Michigan for the University of
Chicago for its crews to practice -on.
All out at' Sault Ste. Marie hereaf
ter." Mr. Vanderbilt will look up from his
paper and remark casually:
"I might say that .the family has
just purchased all the land within two
miles of the Yale campus and willcov
er it with dormitories."
Mr. Vanderbilt will say this very
modestly, but with a gleam of triumph
in his eye. But "Ah!" he will exclaim,
as he returns to his paper. "Boy, bring
my checkbook! Gentlemen, Mrs. Stan
ford has just bought the Sierra Nevada
mountains for the- school of forestry
of the Leland Stanford, Jr., Univers
Jhe three rich men will pale at this
"There's one thing left to do!" they
will cry in chorus. "Raise the profes
sors salaries. We must stay at the
"I give an annual income of $100,-
000 to raise the professors'" salaries,'
one of the millionaires will blurt out
A college professor who happens to
be a guest at the club that evening
will be carried out fainting.
Poor, bat Polite.
"Want some money, do ye?" said the
kind old lady. "Now, I wonder ef -ye
deserve it. What would you do with
penny ef I gev it to ye?"
Lady, replied the polite beggar, "yer
kindness would touch me so dat I d buy
a postal card wid de money an' write yei
a note o' thanks. "Catholic Standard
and Times. -TO
CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All drug
gists refund the money if It tails to cure. E- W.
Grove's signature Is on each box. 25c
Horrible to Think Of.
Church In some of the Hindoo tem
ples an elephant takes up the collec
tion. It goes round with a basket ex
tended from its trunk."
uotnam wnat ao you suppose
would happen if some thoughtless per
son dropped a peanut in the basket
some Sunday morning? Yonkers
To Break in New Shoes.
Alwavs shake in Allen's 'Foot.Ease. a novrder.
It cures hot, sweating, aching, swollen feet.
Cures corns, ingrowing nails and bunions. At
all druggists and shoe stores, 26c. Don't accept
any substitute. Sample mailed FEES. Address
Allen 8. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
. Bushmen Dwell in Nests.- -
Several travelers who have return
ed from the heart of Africa and the
Australasian continent tell 'wonderful
stories of nest-building people who in
habit the wilds of those countries.
The bushmen of Australia are, per
haps, the lowest order of men known.
They are so primitive that they do not
know enough to build even the sim
plest form of hut for shelter. The
nearest they can approach to it Is to
gather a lot of twigs and grass and,
taking them into a thicket or jungle,
build a nest for a home.
The nest is usually built large
enough for the family, and if the lat
ter is very numerous then the nests
are of large size. Sometimes the foli
age above will form a natural cover
ing, but there is never any attempt at
constructing a protection from storms.
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born the signa-
Oyer 30 Years.
mumuv snntcr. new vena city.
WILL MEET AT.PORTLANDf ,
Quadrennial Convention. International
Anti-Cigarette League. ." ; ,
Oregon is to be favored with the in
ternational meeting of the anti-cigarette
hosts. People young and old in
terested in this "most successful of re
forms," as U. S. Senator Teller, of Col
orado, terms the Anti-Cigarette league,
will gather in the Lewis and Clark city
on July 15-16-17 next. The meetings
of the convention are timed to fit in
between and overlap with.- the conven
tions of the American Medical associa
tion and the National Board of Chari-.
ties and Corrections, so that prominent
persons interested in these two great
events may also have the opportunity
to take part in the deliberations of the
anti-cigarette meetings many of the
leaders in medicine and the work of
charity and reform being also identified
with the efforts of the opponents of the
A great campaign of education among
the schools of Portland lias just been
completed by Dr. Wallace R. Struble,
general superintendent of the Interna
tional league, and. over 7,00O! young
people have been enrolled as members
of the league in that city. Those will
be properly organized and officered and
FRANK A. BUCK
Of Toronto, International President
American Anti-Cigarette League and
Vice President for Canada of the In
ternational League. -
will be divided into proper committees
for the reception and entertainment of
the young people who may attend ai
delegates or visitors from abroad
Many interesting events are being
planned for the entertainment of the
unior section of the convention, . em
bracing field sports, musical attractions
oratorical .contests, etc. The -election
of International Junior officers will also
be held, an event; that will doubtless
occaison much competition. As the
league now extends throughout Great
Britain and Canada as well as the
United States, there will be numerous
aspirants for the official honors.
Information as to the , conventionn
may be obtained by addressing Elmer
Ellsworth Miller, secretary board : of
directors, 612 Commercial building,
ON THE FIELD OF WATERLOO.
Monument Erected by France to Her
Soldiers Who FeU There.
The field of Waterloo, where the
star of Napoleon I. forever set in
night of gloom, has been variously
marked with monuments by the na
tions whose soldiers took part in that
titantic struggle. No more attractive
memorial has been erected, however,
ITHX WATERLOO MONUMENT.
than the new. one just dedicated by
France to her soldiers who fell in that
conflict- The French lost about 30,000
men, while the allies English, Dutch
and Germans lost 23,000. - These
frightful casualties throw into Insig
nificance the combats thus far waged
in the East and which Japanese admir
ers would have the world believe as
transcending anything preceding them.
The monument - is ; crowned by
wounded eagle, typical of the defeat
France sustained In , the downfall of
"Winning' the euchre ' trophy 1 was
something of an honor for Mrs. Card
er, wasn't it?" ; H n; . i
"Tea; quite a bird to her hatf' Nw
Orleans Times-Democrat -
Salt Lake Mote.
Deacon Mellck moved yesterday to
his new twelve-story residence in Sa
line avenue. The family was an hour
and ten minutes passing the postofflce.
Newark News. ' i
SCALLOPS ARE REVIVED.
Charming Fashion of Daya of Empress
' Eugenie Again in Vogue.
Of the multitude of charming things '
which the present revival of fashions
has given us, nothing is more fetch
ing than the scallop, which is so grace
fully decorative that one can only won-!
der at its long absence from the sar
The scallop was in high favor with
the Empress Eugenie, and consequent
ly the second empire gowns are very
The peerless EUgenle rarely made a
mistake in matters of dress, and her
judgment was unerring. She was the
arbiter of fashion for many years, and,
save for the ugly crinoline, the modes
of that period were exquisitely grace
ful and beautiful, and the numerous
things which we are now borrowing
from the second empire are invariably
attractive when adapted to our present
day ideas. -
This season we are being treated to
wealth of scallops, for the French
have taken a fancy to them, and thus
we are favored.
Many of the new gowns have no
other form of decoration than scallops
bound with the same material. ' One
may perhaps suppose that this is a
most economical arrangement, but
scallops are only' for the long purse,
unless they are made at home, for it
requires a deal of time to bind each
scallop carefully, and as the binding
down is done by hand, it is a long
task, and in large dressmaking estab
lishments this sort of thing means big
bills, but on expensive gowns flounces
are scalloped till the whole is as fluffy
"as with leaves.
Scallops are bound with a contrast
ing material in color many times, and
thus a great variety may be -obtained
if one delights in scallops sufficiently
to have several gowns trimmed with
them in one's wardrobe at one-time.
Boston Globe. '
A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES
Itching Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles
Yonr drngglst will refund money If PAZO OINT-
MJ&NT fails to euro yon In 8 to 14 days. aoc.
Two of a Kind.
'Yes, sir," said the pompous self-made
individual, "I began life as a barefooted
boy on a farm."
'Quite a coincidence," rejoined the
unregenerated hardware drummer. "I
was likewise also born without shoes."
Mothers will find Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothine
Syrup the best remedy to use for their children
during the teething period. ,
France hopes to achieve the bloodless
conquest of Morocco, ' says the Paris
Matin, by establishing a schoolmaster
and a doctor in each of the towns on the
CTQ Permanently Cured. No fits or nervousness
110 after first day's use ofDr.Kline's Great Nerve
acini :ur r ros intii ouuie ana treatise.
Sr. . S. Kline, Ltd., 931 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.
It Would. Seem So.
L .Stringer-rChristmas should b a. busy
season tor the pawnbrokers.
Nibbles Because why?
Stringer Because so many stockings
are hung up about that tune.
THERE IS NOTHING 1
more painful than
but there is nothing surer to
... cure than ;
The old monk cure. It is pene
trating, prompt and unfailing.
T Pric 25c. and 50c. 1
kX f j most earenil farmers jfji
I y place confidence In Ferry's I
Seeds the kind that never fall. J
Wjk have 1
have been the standard for 49 years.
xuey are not an experiment
, Sold by all dealers. 1905 Seed
nnu free for the asking.
D.H. FERRY CO.
WET WEATHER. WISDOM!
V - . f- THE ORIGINAL .
VV rf sjl
BLACK OR YELLOW,
WILL KEEP YOU DRY
NOTHING ELSE WILL
: TAKE NO 5UD3TlTVte
CATALOGUE rilCC ; -.
HOWINOTUU. UNf OF GARMENTS AND HAT. - I
A. J. TOWER CO., BOSTON, MASS., U.S. A.
TOWEW CANADIAN CO.. LTD., TORONTO, CANADA.
R U .T N A M : P A D B L. E 3 S D V B 3
Color snore coed brighter and fester colors than any other dye. One 10c package colors silk, wool and cotton equally welt and Is guaranteed to
give period rein I ts. Ask dealer or we will send post paid at 10c a package. Write for free booklet how to dye black and nixed colors. MONROB
RUO CO.. Unio nvllle. Illinois. ) -
RELEASED BY PERUNA
"The World of
La Grippe is Epidemic Catarrh.
It spares no class or nationality. The
cultured and the ignorant, the aristo
crat and the pauper, the masses and
the classes are alike subject to la
grippe. None are exempt all are lia
Grip is well named. The original
French term, la grippe, has been short
ened by the busy American to read
x Without intending to do so, a new
word has been coined that exactly de
scribes the case. As if some hideous
giant with awful grip had clutched us
in its fatal clasp.
Men, women, children, whole towns
and cities are caught in the baneful
grip of a terrible monster.
Have you the grip? Or, rather, has
the grip got you? If so, read the fol
These testimonials speak for them
selves as to the efficacy of Peruna in
cases of la grippe or its after effects :
A Southern Judge Cured.
Judge Horatio J. Goes, Hartwell,
Ga., writes: .
"Some five or six years ago I had a
very severe spell of grip which left me
with systemic catarrh.
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RBIERSON MACHINERY CO.
Foot of Morrison Street I'ortland, Orezon
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BROWN BAUDS GOOD FOR PRESENTS
"taj-fMt feUer la th. World."
Dr. 0. Bee Wo
This wonderful Chi
nese doctor is called
great because he cures
people without, opera
tion that are given up
to die. Me cures with
those wonderful Chi
nese herbs, roots, buds,
barks and vegetables
that are entirely un
known to medical sci
ence in this country. Through the use of those
harmless remedies this famous doctor knows
the action of over S00 different remedies which
he successfully uses in different diseases. He
guarantees to cure catarrh, asthma, lung, throat,
rheumatism, nervousness, stomach, liver, kid
neys, etc.; has Hundreds of testimonials.
Charges moderate. Call and see him. Patients
out of the city write for blanks and circulars.
Send stamp. CONSULTATION FBEE.
ADDRESS . 4
The C 688 Wo Chinese Medicine Co.
: , 2515-253 ALDER ST PORTLAND, OREGON
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Horse Powers Suoolfes
h 4 ;the AVERILL MACHINERY CO.
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THE Q R I P
"A friend advised me to try your Pe
runa, which I did, and was immediate
ly benefited and cured. The third bot- "
tie completed the cure." H. J. Gobs.
Cured in a Few Weeks.
Miss Jean Cowgill, Griswold Opera
House, Troy, N. Y., is the leading lady
with the Aubrey Stock Co. She writes
"During the past winter of 1901, I
suffered for several weeks from a severe
attack of grip, which left a serious ca
tarrhal condition of the throat and
borne one suggested Pernna. As a
last resort, after wasting much time
and money on physicians, I tried the
remedy faithfully, and in a few weeks
was as well as ever." Jean Cowgill.
Saved by Pe-ru-na.
Hon. James B. Guill is one of the
oldest and most esteemed men of Oma
ha, Neb. He has done much to make
it what it is, serving on public boards
a number of times. He endorses Peru
na in the following words:
I am 68 years old, am hale and
hearty and Peruna has helped me at
tain it. Two years ago I had la grippe
my life was despaired of. Peruna
saved me." J. R. Guill.
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It was given the highest award
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