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POULTRY ANI) GAME
C m ■«« rov f«nr» prlraa lor Wild Durlia
and «IMr tuna In kuun
Write u> lor
raah affar on all blndaat poultry. |wirk. ata.
Pearson-Page Co., Portland
M<)WAHO R. Ill Kr<)N
Aaaayer and t’ham 1st,
Oui**» « mí ««. M|a«>r'l|nwu brlmti
Olivar, I <•••!, II Itolo« Slh»r. itoj Ü««l«í
•V <k>|»|M*r. U. Mmilinit »iivt*l<i|>«a • id full |.rl<« IM
taux* xte. ä A' ä "*1 ~
Wall«« K. (ntewmn,
l'a laut I a wyar, VA a«li i|i||t<>ii
!><• Alivi«» ami I* Milk a Irra
llalaa r« baci nabla. 1 light al rafaramw*«. Raat oarvhaa
a’a^xaa^a a Keened-Hand Mar hin.
• z aarhangMl engin««,
brillara, aewmilla. eie. Th« J E Martin (X. *1 lat
BU l’ortlaml. Hai4 for Stuck l lat and prUwa.
M. &.M. SCHOOL TELEGRAPHY
WU 434 < hamhtr of l ommrrr« llulldlaa
A arhiol for tha traahln* of T«l«grai>hy under
H**b»‘«»rt of lha i.ropriattM. A.
I »ay aiul night
K. My ora. » mim rl talearai* bar
•eaalona. T>-l M.H Couraoa In »aay monthly
InatBllmanta. «nahling y«»u to tab» up a wall,
pawl profaaatam at lit Ila reel. Write fur full
Lost Money By Dishonesty.
Truly Devoted Mother.
(lushing Parishioner (who Is dis
playing the treasures of her establish
ment to the new vicar's wife) - “And
this is the precious pussy that 1 want
ed you to see, Mrs. teetern.
sweet disposition — almost human.
She has just had the darlingcat little
kittens. Really, to see her with them
is to witness the perfection of mother
hood er, Cook! where are the kit
Cook (tersely)—“She ate
them all, mum!”
When Your Eyes Need Caro
Try If urine JCvn Remedy. Mo Smart I nr—Fwle
Fltm—A<*ie Quickly. Try it for l<r«l, Wenk,
Watery Ky«M» aud Granulated Kyelbla. Iliue*
trated )l«»«»k In eiuli I'mkuiF.
Muri nr 1«
CmitNMitMlM by our Oculista not »"Patent M«d-
i us»' —but us nd In « im -> «waful I'hyal« lana* Prao*
for many ynars. N.,w 4r><U«at«Ml to tbn Pub-
|to and «<>kd by bruvglst s at Ito and tec par Jtouin.
Menee Myo Aalva In Aaeptlo Tubea. Jto and tec.
Murine Kvo Remedy Co., Chicago
Why Women Are Beardless.
Among many savage nations it is
the practice to pull out the hair on the
face by the roots, and especially la
this the case with the women. The
persistence in this practice through
out generations resulted In the weak
ening and final destruction of the or
gans In the skin which tend to produce
hair, thus accounting for the general
beardlessness of women.
DAISY FLY KILLER
Where lie Might Have Been
kAMUI SOMXXA. IM I m X a IX Ar«., arwllr«. «. C.
Plain to Observation.
Wife—“Notice that third chorus
girl in the front row. She ui<<d to go
to school with me. Poor thing!
went on the (tage because ihe had
nothing to wear.” Husband—“So 1
*ve.“ tendon Opinion.
Avoid White Paper.
White paper is not as good as blue
ar brown for wrapping up things that
gre to l>e put away for a long while,
as the chloride of lime In the paper
will fade fabrics.
One of the incidents of Father Ber
nard Vaughan's tour in the states waa
an encounter with a suffragette.
haughty lady approached the English
visitor and said: “And where would
you be, pray, but for a woman?”
"Madame,” came the reply, “on a
sultry evening like this I should be
eating ice cream under an apple tree
in the Garden of Eden.“
Mothara will find Mr». Wtnaiowi Hor»th!n<
Ryrup th« i> at r«<:n«Mlv t«> um tor their children
Auriag the tee lb lug period.
In a Strange Place.
Little Aliev was visiting her grand
parents in an Eastern city. One Sun
day grandpa took her to church with
him. When sermon time came Mary
looked around a little, and, seeing u
r<»BTLAKD, Oft BOON
relative up in the gallery, whispered
¿«aident and Day School for Girla
shrilly: “Oh, grandpa, look up there!
f« ehar«« of Mieter« of MVJohn B a pliai ( Epleeopal)
Oellaglat« Arstastol« a«4 Klemealary Dsperito»a la. See Cousin Mary sitting on a shelf. *
II e lens Hall
Mule Art. Bl»«««IM. thwaMtls Art. I>«m«««i« B c 1« mv ^
far ratei«*« ad«!rase
TiiK urrm armciou. ornee so
•<. Iteteua Hall
“My husband,” she said, "always
wants mi to look my best, no matter
what the cost.” “Well,” her friend
After a man has made a reputation replied, “one can hardly blame him
It is the trying to decorate It that for feeling as he does."—Chicago
generally gets him into trouble,— Record-Herald.
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets regu
late* and invigorate stomach, liver and
bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules,
easy to take as candy.
Remarkable Effects of a
Remedy That Actually
Irrigates the Entire
A Pierpont Morgan mot, or epigram,
i on the subject of energy waa repeated
the other night at the Metropolitan
club in New York, where Mr. Morgan
once said: “The satisfied, unambi
tious man, the man without energy,
can seldom afford to take that famous
and popular room at the top."
It sounds queer to take a blood bath
Here's a Tip.
but that la precisely the street of a moat
remarkable remedy known as S. 8. B. It
If a girl worked half as hard to
|>erullar action of soaking through ' please a man after marriage as she
ths Intestines dlroctly Into the blood.
does before marriage, lota of lawyers
a few minutes Its Influence la at work la
every nrtrry. vein an<! tiny capillary, would starve to death.— Cincinnati
'very membrane, every organ of the body, ' Enquirer.
every ernunctory becomes In effect a filter
to strain tha blood of Impurities.
Thing That Must Be Preserved.
itlmulatlng properties of 8. 8. 8. compel
Never esteem anything as of advan
the skin, liver, bowels, kidneys, bladder
to all work to the one end of casting out tage to thee that shall make thee
every Irritating, every pain Inflicting atom break thy word or lose thy self-re
of poison. It dislodges by Irrigation all
accumulations In the joints, causes acid spect.—Marcus Aurelius.
accretions to dissolve, renders them neu
tral and scatters those peculiar forma-
Heard In a Restaurant.
lions In the nerve centers that cause
Diner—"Let me see.
such mystifying and often baffling rheu
I'll order some lamb.”
And best of all, this remarkable remedy
"Don’t! I never order lamb In this
la wclvome to the weakest stomach.
If place- -it's mutton before you get it.
you have drugged yourself until your
stomach Is nearly paralysed, you will be
aatonlahed Io And that B. 8. 8. gives no (
sensation but goes right to work.
In addition to his enemies and his
Is becauae It Is a pure botanical Infusion.
friends, the wise man has a list lhat
Is taken naturally Into your blood just as
pure air la Inhaled naturally Into your he labels mentally:
The great Kwlft laboratory has spent
millions <>f dollars In perfecting, prmluc- |
Ing and placing In the hands of the pub
lic tbla wonderful remedy. So give your
Co-ed—“What tense do I use when
blood a good bath with S. 8. 8-, for It I say, ‘I am beautiful?' ’’
knocks the worst forma of rheumatism
and gives you freedom to enjoy life.
1 —“Remote past."—Vermont Crabbe.
You can get It nt any drug store at
|l.00 a bottle. It la a standard remedy,
recognised everywhere as the greatest
When a man doesn’t know just what
blood antidote ever discovered.
to say he generally says it anyhow—
Is a peculiar case and you desire expert
advice, write to The Swift bpeclflo Co., and then regrets it.—Puck.
ISO Bwlft Illdg., Atlanta, Ga.
Gentleness and Strength.
Nothing is so strong as gentleness.
Nothing so gentle as real strength.—
Hub—“Have you done what I asked St. Francis de Sales.
and saved some money thia month?"
I spoke to the
Kisses are loves' assets, quarrels Its
grocer and he’s promised not to send
In his bill till next month.
Are included in th« courm» at
BUSI NF S3 COLLEGE
Write ua for further in format! in. No trouble to anawor questions.
USEFUL PLANK STEP-LADDER
Confident of Her Power.
“Every woman knows that although
One Shown In Illustration Is Easy ot she may not be as vapidly pretty a*
some of her rivals, she rejoices in a
Construction and Is Quite Handy
certain indefinable charm which gives
About Barn and House.
her an incontestable advantage over
For convenience, there should bo a them all."—A Little World, by Arnold
step ladder at the bouse, one at th« Goldsworthy.
barn and two pr three of different Be thrifty on little thin«« like bluing. Don’t ••>
slit-« for the orchard. Step ladders er pt water tar bluing. Aak for Ited Crcee lull
built ou the plan as shown in the cut Blue, th« extra g'xxj value blue.
are easy of construction and require
but little material to make them very
Diogenes, when someone had said to
stout For use about the bouse, ma
terial as follows la necessary. To him, “You pretend to be a philosoph
er, but know nothing,”
make a ladder that Is two and one-half
“Even pretending to be learned shows
feet long and three feet high, (which
a fondness for it.”
la tall enough for washing windows
Had Made a Change,
hanging curtains and arranging pic
Convenient to Have Around.
—“I have,a hazy recol
tores about the house) will take, 6
One of the most convenient people lection of marrying you before."
pieces, 1x6 Inches. 2 >4 feet long for
in this world is tomebody you can Actress—“You did, but not to this
tbe steps, 4 pieces same kind of ma
terla) for the legs, and some stripe
upon which tbe steps will rest. The
Any smart woman, with a bit of
ground, near a large city, can make
money growing bulbs for market.
The summer flowering bulbs require
little attention after planting.
The canna, ca lad I uni, tuberous-root*
"d begonia, dahlia and gloxinia all re
quire to be started In March for the
Many of the beautiful dark-colored
cannao produce both fine foliage and
In starting bulbs to bn used for
hedges, use long, narrow boxes, allow
ing for only one row, and when ready
to transplant, pull the boxes apart
and slip out the bulbs without disturb
ing tbe roots.
Many of our bulbs can be planted In
the open ground.
The moat brilliant and gorgeous of
our summer-flowertng bulbs are tbe
gladioli, and these should be planted
out In the garden at intervals of two
Plank Step Ladder.
weeks from the middle of April until
the middle of July, thus securing a strips for tbe middle steps should
succession of bloom for the most of reach across as shown in the drawing,
, this braces the legs and prevents them
The tuberose and tlgredla are both spreading when in use.
beautiful summer-flowering bulbs that
For use about the barn. Two lad
can be planted whoro they are to ders of this model, may be used as
trestles by placing a piece of 2x6 Inch
In buying bulbs It Is true economy stuff, six or eight feet long on them
to buy the best, securing them of flor when used as in making farm gates,
ists who have them In proper storage. etc., and shorter pieces for ordinary
Their flowering period may be hast work. Many uses will be found for
ened or retarded at will, thus timed
these ladders about any weU arranged
for special occasions or for a succes farm home.—J. W. O.
Hie chief reliance for this purpose,
either In professional or amateur cul DRESS SQUABS FOR MARKET
ture, centers In tbe various classes of
hyacinths and narcissus, and tbe list After Penetrating Brain With Sharp
Knife Bird Is Allowed to Bleed
is being yearly extended by new vari
Bulbs should have a rich, mellow
soil of garden loam, aand and ferti (By MICHAEL K. BOYER, New Jersey.)
One-hplf dozen or more squab are
liser. This soil should be prepared
some time before, as fresh fertiliser hung on tbe rack at one time. The
causes rapid and unhealthy growth wings of each are then locked, which
Is done by drawing the wings closely
and often decay.
It Is Important that your bulbs together in tbe back, allowing one
should be planted as soon as possible wing to overlap the other, it holds
after they are received, as the mois them firmly and causes no pain.
The mouth of the squab is held open
ture which they contain evaporates
rapidly, and with it goes much of with the thumb and first finger of the
left hand, the head and shoulders be
In planting the bulbs see that both ing held :n the left hand. With a knife
ends of the bulbs are sound. If ei in tbe right hand the blade is Inserted
ther end Is unsound the bulbs will through the crown of the head, pene
not grow, as the plant sprouts from trating the brain.
At once the operator releases his
one end and the roots from the other.
grasp and allows the bird to bleed
thoroughly before starting to pluck the
MAKE A SERVICEABLE GATE feathers.
By the time about half a dozen of
Ona That Has Bs«n In Use for Several the birds have been stabbed tbe first
Years 8hown In Illustration and
killed has bled sufficiently to be ready
for picking. The squab is then re
moved from the rack and held in the
We have a gate that has been In bands while plucking tbe feathers.
use for several years and has never
This method Is said to be the most
sagged or given any trouble, writes rapid, it being found that from 100 to
W. E. White In Farmers Mall and 150 squab can thus be dressed In a
Breese. Boards the same else were day by a good operator.
used for all parts of tho gate, put to
Some pigeon men believe In holding
gether with nails and the nails clinch the bird while killing, but it has been
ed. No. 9 galvanized wire is looped proven that birds held do not bleed so
at the corners and run double to the thoroughly as when hanging, owing to
the fact that the hand more or less
compresses the fine veins, thus retard
ing the flow of blood.
When a bird is not sufficiently bled
It shows Itself in blisters. These blis
ters are red blotches that form on the
backs of the birds, and which develop
by the time the carcasses reach the
Fresh water should be given twice
dally, but only the very best of grain.
Avoid damaged stuff.
Do not fall to bear in mind that the
profit is derived only from the mated
“All is WeU That Ends Well”
Along with dyipensia comes Bervoasness. sleeplessness and gen
eral ill health. why? Because a disordered stomach doas not permit 4
the food to be assimilated and carried to the blood. On the other hand,
the blood is charged with poiaona which come from this disordered
digestion. In turn, the nerves are not fed on good, red blood and we
aee those symptoms of nervous breakdown. It is not head work that
does it, but poor stomach work. With poor thin blood the body is not
protected against the attack of germs of grip—bronchitis—consump
tion. Fortify tho body now with
DR. PIERCE'S —— ■■■
Golden Medical Discovery
an alteratlv« extract from native medicinal plants, prescribed in both liquid
and tablet form by Dr. R. V. Pierce, over 40 years a<o.
Mor« than 40 year« of experienc« has proven its superior worth as an to-
viroratiruc stomach tonic and bkxjd purifier. It invigorates and regulate«
tbe •tumach, liver and bowels, and through them the whole system. It can
now also be had in sugar-coated tablet form of most dealers in medicine.
Jf not. send 60 cents in one-eent stamps for trial box to Dr. Pierce’« Invalids*
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N.Y.
Dr. Johnson’s Rebuke.
It was getting late, and still tbe
venerable ex-United States senator
lingered in the parlor with the young
people. Evidently something had
be done. “1 hope, papa,” said hie
daughter, gently but resolutely, “that
you will not be offended if I now move
a close call of the house, during which
all persons not entitled to a voice in
the proceedings will please retire,
while Charlie and I discuss a question
of personal privilege!”
Dr. Johnson was once in company
with a gentleman who affected to
maintain Dean Berkeley’s strange po
sition “that nothing exists but as per
ceived by some mind.”
gentlemsn was going away Dr. John
son said to him: “Pray, sir, don’«
leave us; for we may, perhaps, forget
to think of you and then you will cease
True to Her Word.
Red Cross Ball Blue gives double value for your
Black — “She said on her wedding
money, goes twice as far as any other. Ask your
day that she would go through every
thing for him.”
guess she has.
I loaned him a tew-
Alice Meadows, an Engish novelist, spot this morning.”—Judge.
was drowned in the Thames in an at
tempt to rescue her dog, which fallen
into the river.
The incident speaks
volumes for Miss Meadows’ kindness
of heart, but nevertheless it was fool
ish. The dog could swim, and evi
dently the young woman couldn’t.
Perished in Vain Sacrifice.
Everything 0. K. |
Shake Into Tour snoes
Altan'a Foot-Eaae. a powder for the feet. It coree
painful, swollen, smarting, sweating feet. Makes
new shoes «wy. Sold by all Druggista and Shoa 1
Stores. Don't accept any subatituta. Sample i
FREE. Addrww A. S. Olmstol. Le Roy. N. Y.
All the riding hard, shooting true
and dying game—poor ethics of the
open—had not brought a crumb, not
a crumb, of the real bread of life.—
Will Levingtcn Comfort.
With your appetite — your
If not, you shoulc^^^
try a short
To men a man pretends be is a good
fellow; to women, what a bad man be
Ancient Spanish University. S '
The oldest Spanish university is
that of Salamanca, founded in 1240.
Divorce suits are generally home
spun. —Li ppincott's.
overcome such ills
as Flatulency, Indiges
tion. Constipation, Bilious
ness, Cramps and Malarial
Fever. Get a bottle today.
WOMAN TOOK “DIDN7 HURT A Bn"
is what they all say
bottom, passing each side of the boards
Whitewash In Dairy Bam.
and twisted tight in the open spaces.
Dr. Marshall, a Pennsylvania Insti And Found Health in Lydia
Gate fastens to a heavy post with strap
tute speaker, says that whltewaahlng
E. Pinkham’s Vegetable
of dairy barns should be done for
the sake of general sanitation, but
Fertilizing Apple Trees.
the main point In the fight against
n'p can hare their
A Maine farmer orchardlst had tuberculosis Is the elimination of the
plate and bridw»
Windom, Kansas. —"I had a displace
several apple trees along r. stone dark stables and filthy stall condi
work finished in one
ment which caused bladder trouble and
wall. Tho tree were not considered tions.
■lay if necessary.
I was so miserable
An absolute roar*
of much value until the owner
When clean methods are used In
an tee. hacked by 39
plowed the field for a crop, fertiliz the keeping of cows, he advises the
IX W. A Win. Pvomwr mb H mmcb
«car« in Portland)
ing it heavily and giving it liberal use of a compound made from one
from bearing down
pound of chloride of lime and five
pains, my eyes hurt
The trees got their share of the gallons of whitewash, which, when
me, I was nervous,
benefit and produced apples last year put on the walls and stable partitions,
dizzy and irregular 8 A. M. to 8 P. ornct
Sundays 9 *o >
worth f285. Another old neglected acts as an effective preventive of dis
and had female
Phones: A 2029: Mein 2029
Baldwin tree was plowed and fertil ease.
weakness. I spent feilint Bld*.. Third end Washington, Portland
ized, and It responded with a crop of
money on doctors
apples that sold for more than all
Breeding Immature Ewes.
but got worse all
the corn raised on the acre of ground
A good many sheep owners practice
whete the trees stood.
the plan of breeding ewe lambs,
"A friend told me
Wise Dental Co.
Should Not Worry Sheep.
Sometimes sheep get so fearful of
dogs that they will start up and run
the moment a man or other object
comes among them. No flock of
sheep that Is as worried as this, ever
can do well. The very thought of be
ing chased takes away from their use
fulness. and sooner or later it will
ruin the fold.
Telegraphy: Commercial, Railroad, Wireless
Fourth Street Near Morrison
BULBS ARE PROFITABLE
Some year« ago, when allver had a
much higher value than at present and
the Mei lean dollar waa worth intrina*
Ically about 95 cents, a counterfeit Very Little Attention I» Required
Mexican dollar came Into the posses
sion of the United States assayers at
the Philadelphia mint. They assayed
the coin and found It to be worth In
trinsically 11.00. It seems that the Most Brllllsnt and Oorgsous of Sum
mer-Flowering Plante Are Gladioli
mine from which the counterfeiters
got their metal produced sliver that
—Succession May Be Secured
waa strong In gold. Thus the forgers
for the Summer.
lost money by making counterfolta.
Harness for Backing.
If your teams are to be used much
in handling heavy loads where back
ing Is necessary used a harness with
very wide and heavy breeching. It
will add to the horse's confidence and
his backing power.
which is a poor practice from any
standpoint. These Immature ewes
cannot be reasonably expected to pro
duce strong, vigorous lambs and sup
ply animals that will make a good
growth and develop into profitable
feeders, and at the same time reach a
desirable degree of development amd
about the Pinkham remedies and I took
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com
pound and was cured. I cannot praise
your remedies enough for I know I never
would have been well if I had not taken
it”—Miss M ary A. H orner , Route
No. 2, Box 41, Windom, Kansas.
Hog sheds need not be expensive,
but they should be dry, tight enough
to exclude rains and snows, and also
capable of being well ventilated In
summer when the weather Is hot and
shade Is needed.
of female troubles should lose hope un
OUT OF TOWN
can receireprompt treat-
mvnto of N<m-P«i»on««a,
C GEE WO
the C hin — doctor.
Consider Well This Advice.
No woman suffering from any form
til she has given Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound a fair triaL
This famous remedy, the medicinal in
gredients of which are derived from
native roots and herbs, has for nearly
forty years proved to be a most valua
ble tonic and invigorator of the fe-
Pave the Feed Lot.
It is far more profitable to pave the bear willing testimony to the wonderful
Fresh Air and Sunshine.
feed lot than to sacrifice the cattle In virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegeta
Fresh air and sunshine are Impor a half-fed condition.
tant as well as food. Hens kept In a
If yon want special advice write to
close, stuffy house without sufficient
Makes the Lambs Grow.
Lydia F.. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi
air and sunshine never lay the maxi
Clover and alfalfa hay and corn will dential) Lynn, Mass. Yonr letter will
mum number of eggs.
grow lambs to beat the band.
be opened, read and answered by a
woman and held in strict confidence»
If you I ! re« out of town and cannot call, write for
^roptum blank and circular, encloain« 4 oeate La
THE C. 6EEW0 CHINESE MEDICINE CO.
162J First St., Cor. Morrison
P. N. U.
No. 33, *13