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tting is simply perfunc
18 because it raust be.
, :h i'.-b common complaint of
ti sparingly would cure
dvsp. J--.I. , few woul i 6uffer from
it Ion,'- v
The only way to cuw . jepsia,
which is difficult digestion, is to
rive rigor arid tone to the stomach
and the whole digestive system.
go!'! Saraparil cured tbe niece ot
Prink Fay. 1" N. St-. South Boston. Mui,
ho irrites that she had been a great sufferer
from dynepia '"r ?: with-
jui ep;.e:ile alio hail been troubled with Hour
nmi h h-'I licri'acbe. She had trie.1 many
hrr ni'd.'-ines ia vain. Two bottles of
Hood' farat.arilla mule her. ell.
Promises to cure and keeps the
promise. Pon't 'wait till you are
orse, but buy a bottle today.
From the Automobliit't View.
Firt Chauffeur Have any bad luck
linrir.e yi'i'.r trip yesterday?
Sco-nd Chauffeur Oli, I ran over a
man, l'tu 1 don't think 1 hurt the mat-hint
any. Ohio Mute Journal.
Art Too ring Allen's Fnnt-Kaae?
11 is the only cure (or !-wollen, smarting,
B:ru:r.;, Sweating Feet. Corns aud ftuiiimi-.
.-t i-r .i-n s 1-nnt-Ease, a powd.-r io be
. !:! th ho. A all Iruggins and
-nm- St"--.. '2 c. .-am ;-le eni FKEfc. Address
alien s. o.uisie.l, I.eK.iy, N. V.
One Thing Licking.
"Have v.-u cot in all the fire wood?"
"Weil, ahta are you doing now?"
"Fruvin' ter de I-awd fer Komepin'
kcr ruast on it!" Atlanta Constitution.
Pio Cure i ihe best medicine e ever
taseti f..r a. I iitlectiims of the throat and
uiie W m. O. Kmislet, Vaiiburen, hid..
leo. 10. Iiaiu.
Mr. Ilick How almost human thtt
Woe acts at times, doesn't he?
Mrs. Hicks Yes; he prowls over his
food almost as much us you do.
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
Bnr tvruo the best remedy to use lor their
koildren during the teething period.
After the Lecture.
"Do you think the devil Is worse
khan those who talk about him?"
"Well, tuh, hit 'pends 'pon who
Idoin' de talkiu'." Atlanta Constitu
Hamlin's Wizard Oil is anoldremedv,
rnd like an old friend may be depended
n. It cures jiain.
The Title ii the Thing.
He Would you marry a foreign
She No; not for love or money.
Ht of courw, not; but would you
anarry out? Judge.
CASTOR I A
lor Infants and Children.
The Kind Ycu Have Always Bought
re of dXjTj
What He Would Think.
"Johnny," said the voune man. who
panted to conciliate him, "if I should
five you a pennv, what would vou
"Humph! I'd think mos' likelv v'
wanted me t' buy a automobile an'
reak my neck." Denver Times.
The liabilitv tr. ,1
gessened when the blood is in good con-
idlUon, and the circulation Viealthv and
igorous. For then all refuse matter
carried rwit nf tht evetem
jotherw-ise it would rapidly accumulate
I fermentation would tnV-e -nlarr the
jUood become polluted and the consti
tution SO weakened tVinf a Kitnnle
aia,dy ght re.sult seriously.
jt ' acuve circulation means
Igood .stion and strong riealthv
As P. V'rwl r, a t e c o
nas no tr.-'jal. Tf- ia ft c,m , 1,a vt-
jaus-- it coutains nminerafS, but is
Pae exclusively of roots and herbs.
I 1 -er remedy so thoroughly and
pnectua'.ly cleanses the blood of im
same time it builds
up tne weajc ana ae
V) bilitated, and reno-
rj?. It cures permanently all manner
Ir Wood and skin troubles.
"lhLFir-1- XTrbana, O.. wrttet
fl.0Mm on y tanda and face tot
0 Tears, t. i -i t- i . i KMi.
5WJ,tT,tul. onuti would form and
(T:'?11! akin rad and lonam.
aUthl ""wrt aid
a no good. I uaaa
r olr asnoota a aV
and sir akin
IHetrfrled- of OaM Mar. XT.
Vankrn. knW i mm . M ff. R.
of fu .V. Ji n.
and friends taouajht her oa hop-
xlitoL . P- B. put baa blood in ood oon-
wo ice BoUe diaanpoarod.
d for our free book, and write
Vr phvsiciano aKont vnnr f-a
medical advice free.
Sf ECIFIC CO, ATLANTA, tA.
I l! nHls "Mttf Alt ilSt f AILS. ,
I l wet Coach Sirup. Tuu Good. Cs ' I
'X Irnie. Sold b KriRKti "1
THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
It laveated Capital Amonnta to Near
The business conducted by tbe Stand
ard Oil Company, of which John D.
Rovkefellpr is the head. Is enormous. It
Is estiuiatfdtliat the
daily wage list of
the company aud of
lu dependent con
cerns directly con
uccted with the han
dling of oil and its
products amounts to
owns o.(KK miles of
pipe line. Some
thing like l,5oo.uoo
gallons of oil are de
livered every day to
the refineries o f
Bayunue. X. J., and
Long Island City.
In addition to the
pipe lines 2o0 steam
ers aud 3,500 tank
cars are employed n
in transporting the B. Kol kekelu:
product. In different parts of the world the
Standard has 40.000 tanks, capable of
otoring l..Vni.tH.MMo pallous of oil. The
increase In Its handling facilities Is
equal to the building of a 3.1.000 gallon
tank every day. To supply the foreign
markets 40.000,000 rive-gallon tin cans,
costing $r..NKi.tKK.t. are used each year.
These caus are packed In 7.0O0.0K)
wooden cases aud In addition 4.000,000
barrels are employed in marketing the
product of the refineries at a cost of
S4.rjou.ooo. To these must be added tbe
T.uoo tank wagons which the company
uses in some parts of the country lu
order to reach the retailer and the mil
lions of boxes and bottles In which the
by-prod nets of the refineries are sent
to market. Incidentally Rockefeller
and his associates control 3S.000 miles
The Standard Oil Company owns
three of the great banks of Xew York
and two of the leading trust compa
nies, besides holding stock In many
others. The stock lu the three banks
and two trust companies has to-day a
market value of $140,000,000. and they
control deposits aggregating not less
than $300,000,000. lu representatives
are Identified with the management of
the great life Insurance companies,
which have not less than $200,000,000
available for Investment and use ia
the New York loan market at all times.
Here are some of the great Industri
als It dominates: Standard Oil. United
States Leather, Amalgamated Copper,
American Sugar, the Glucose and Beet
Sugar Companies, Linseed Oil, United
States Salt and a dozen or more cor
porations directly subordinate to the
Standard Oil. It has or had $150,000,000
in the big steel corporation, besides
many millions In gas stocks. In banks,
trust companies, insurance companies,
railroads, gas companies and industri
als tbe grand total of tbe Standard Oil
capital now employed Is close to $2,
000.000.000. The annual Income from
these investments approximates $150.
000.000. most of which, of course, Is re
Invested as fast as earned. No wonder
that John D. Rockefeller, the developer
of these mammoth Industries, is ac
counted the world's richest man.
The Work of a Butterfly.
In our growing appreheusions of the
linked life of the universe the flight of
the butterfly has gained a significance
and interest far beyond the casual ap
preciation of its radiance and grace.
It is no longer as the frivolous saun
terer. who through the sunny days flut
ters his life away among perfumed
petals, that he figures. The beauty i.as
its functions, and subserves a vital pur
pose in the economy of nature. Like
the bee, the butterfly is a workman in
Uod's garden, and his mission to carry
pollen from blossom to blossom, thus
fertilizing and cross-fertilizing the
seeds. Without these winged messen
gers of the air more than half the flow
ers in the world would be extermin
ated. Not only do they add to the color '
and loveliness of summer's pageantry, j
but assist In Its creation. Does It not ,
j ripen the Interest of the spectacle to
realize that the swarm of opalescent
Insects one sees in the meadows, eddy
ing In the golden sunlight, rising and
falling In lazy abandon, swaying
drowsily on the clover blossoms or bal-
I mifini' on the netals of the new-ooened
violets. In an existeuce apparently fet
terless and fancy free, ace really seri
ously at work performing the function
of their being? Everybody's Maga
zine. Increase in Koseian Expenditures.
During the last forty years the year
ly expenditure of Russia has Increased
enormously, llurty years ago Its
budget was less than 500,000.000 rubles
($250,000,000); twenty years ago It was
irOO.000,000 ($450,000,000); ten years
back it amounted to VJOO.OOO.OoO ($500.
000.000), and at present It has reached
nearly 2,000.000,000 ($1,000,000,000).
Loses on racinv umuu
The total bull losses for last year on
the Pacific coast alone amounted to
nearly $4,000,000. w hile losses of ves
sels and cargoes foot up about $6,000,
000. This increased loss has already
had Its effect on marine insurance rates.
Imports Into Old Greece.
-Greece now Imports about 8,000 tons
of sulphate of copper each year for use
In killing the phylloxera.
What Is the first sign of spring?
Some people say It Is tbe appearance
of winter onions from the South. We
say It Is the appearance of advertise
ments In tbe papers announcing win
ter goods at cost to make room for
Every time a story is circulated that
a man has whipped bis wife, the wom
en s-y. "Ob, I'd like to see a man strike
me just oncer
A Long Narrow City.
Pulnth is a peculiar city. Its popu
lation is about 70,000, yet tbe lencth
of the incorporated town alone the lake
front is S miles. Its width ranges
froui one to two miles. '
He had worked for many years in a
dry goods store, but fate placed him be
hind a counter in a coal office, and that
was tbe caue of his undoing. A lady
entere-l the coal office, one day, and
said she needed two tons of coal at
"All right," said tbe clerk, tipping
the ashes from a cigarette in a dreamy
fashion, "will you take it wi;h you or
have it sent, madam?" Yonkerg
Had Become a Habit
"I've been looking for my husband
for the last two hours, ' asid the agi
tated woman to the calm one.
"Don't be excited, madam," replied
the latter. "I've been looking for a
husband for tbe last 25 years." Taru
"Well. Joshua." said Mr. Warren to
his country cousin, "what was tbe first
thing that t-truck vou w hen vou reached
"A trolley car," replied Joshua,
"but. fortunately, it did not hit me
very hard." Detroit Free Tress.
His Know If dee of Brooklyn.
r.rooklyn Man Have you ever been
Cochman No, sor. Oi nivir waz in
Brooklyn but once, an' thin Oi struck
the wrong ferrv an' got only to Jersey
City. New York Weeklv.
"I thoiisht Jones said he was going
to church this morning."
"No. The minister asked him to
give his reasons for not going, and he is
staying at home to write them."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The Neighborly Quality.
Mrs. Ascntn She is a very nieghbor
ly woman, isn't Fhe?
Mrs. Snappe Yes; die's forever
poking into other people's business.
Our Recently-Built War Vessels.
Tbe vessels built or authorized by
congress since the r-panish war more
than equal in tonnage the regular naval
vessels we then had. The effectiveness
of guns has also been doubled.
The World's Great Cities.
There are in the world 270 cities,
having more than 100,000 inhabitants
each; 35 having more than 500,000,
and 12 with a population of more than
A Base Motive.
Von Blumer I didn't come down to
this hotel over Sunday to spend the
night dancing, or the day in playing
golf, or the interval in talking to a lot
Mrs. Yon Blumer (indignantly) No;
of course not! Tbe only thing you
care about is getting rested. Puck.
Better Left Unsaid.
Mr. Pappy Don't you often wish
you were er er a gentleman, Miss
Miss Smythe Yes; don't you?
Btati or Ohio, cmr or toledo, (
Lucas t'orsrv. (
Frank J. t he.nky make oath that he Is the
senior oarter of the lirm ot F. J. ( henky 4 Co.,
doinij bmiiii-si in tlie l ltv of Toledo, Couniv
and Mate aiorepa'.d, and that said firm will nav
the sum oi OSK H UNUKKU OOl.I.ARS for eai h
and every case oi Catarrh that can not be cured
by the use of Hall's Catakkh Ci ke.
FRANK J. CHENEY
Sworn to before me and subscribed In mi
preaence, tun 6 in day of December, A. D. lose.
I A. W. GLEASON,
f m- I IKolary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure It tanen internally and acta
directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system, fcend for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O.
Bold by drUKCift!, 75c.
Hail's Family Fills ax tbe best.
Surplus at Glasgow Exposition.
It is stated that tbe surplus profit on
the Glasgow International Exhibition
is 115,000 pounds, and it has been
agreed to offer the corporation such
part of that sum as they will accept up
to 80,000 pound.
Made for Esch Other.
Edith I bear that you and Fred are
quite interested in one another.
Bertha Don't you tell a soul, Edith,
but, really, I believe that Fred and I
were made for each other. We have
played golf together three times, and
we never have quarreled except two
or three times when Fred was clearly
in the wrong. Boston Transcript.
He Preses the Question.
"Aren't you sorry you're not mar
"H'm! Might be sorry if I was."
"But wouldn't yju rather be sorry
yon were married than sorry you were
Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. so. The aetlrliv at the
laboratory of the Oartield Tea Co. l further
evidence of the p'liniliiniv of their preiiant
ttoua; over THkEK MILLION 1-AM II. Lb ud
Oartield kemedus last year! litis vaat puoiio
approval speaks well for ihe remed.es. 'Ihey
are: Carfleld Tea.Garflehl Hea ache Fonder
Garfield Tea-Syrup, Oartield Relief Menem
Gartleld Belladonna Fias e.-s, Garfield liutest
lv Tablets aud Garfield Coid Cute.
Doint; Him Justice.
The Heiress You seem to have no
objection to him, papa, except that he
has no money.
Papa No; and I'll even admit that
he's trying hard to get some. Brook
Sew Year Resolutions
V" Kecley Cure
SweraUef bom llqaor, opto mead taaaaea
ma 01 u, send tuf parttonlan ta
fsota IneWnfa Moved to 42V William
IBBIOT IDSJiute, Ave.. Forllud. Oreoo
X. r. v. v.
WBM writing te advertiser ploaw
buuUm title paper.
The Worst Yet
"It is admitted that Napoleon Bona
parte can get alone without that statce
mat inev j rove to give mm in t-t
"Of Corsica!-." Cleveland Tlain
Like the Others.
"I thank God." said the Pharisee,
"that I am not as other men."
"Oh. I don't know," replied the
lady. "You seem t be like a good
many of them. I raw you occupying a
c:it in a car last night when there
were lots of women ctanding." Chi
"Oh, I.r.cy! Where did you get that
lovely new bat?" asked Mrs. Fosdiek
of Mr. Keedick.
"Frank g;ive me the money to buy it.
It's my share out of a fortunate invest
ment he made with a Mr. John Pott."
t-bc Really, my husband is quito a
Her Aunt Well, a man might as
wel! lvow to the inevitable when he's
married to it! Chicago Journal.
Wonderful Collection of Birds.
Mrs. Henry Wells Terry, a resident
of Babylon, L. I., has one of tho most
complete and valuable collections of
birds in America, which she inherited
from her father, J. C. Knoess, an or
nithologist, known all over the world
for his knowledge on this subject.
New York's Extinct Volcano.
A Harvard professor has discovered
what be considers the remains of an
extinct volcano at Schuylerville, N. Y.,
a small country place already famous
in American history.
Willie Oh, maw, I have such a pain
in my stummick.
Fond Mother Willie, have you been
Willie No, maw, I didn't eat a
thing but eight green apples. Ohio
WELL LIGHTED STORES.
The M. &. M. Arcs are Causing Quit Stir.
Nothing is more annoying than a
poorly lighted store. Front the time of
old tallow dips millions of people have
been bothered by insufficient light when
the evening conies. But now it seems
the whole question is settled by the
beautiful, brilliant, economical "M &
M" Arc Lamps that are becoming so
popular. They are cheap, too. Write
to 0. W. Lord,' Portland, Oregon, for a
circular telling you all about them.
You'll be glad you wrote. Agents are
wanted in everv town.
IN YET WEATHEP
A WISE MAN
I n ww i runs?
m TIL? YOU 121 KGTXiS ELSE WILL
iJAKE NO SUBSTITUTES CATALOGUES FREE:
jraV'lNOlXLINe Of 6AWf NTS AND HATS
A J TOWER CO.. MA33. 46
A Hoi School lor Boym
Military and Manuml Trmlnl-Q
WrHo lor Ulumtrmtod Omtaloowo
150 Kinds for 16c.
erxij turn foutid lo iiiortj ttardeiia
uid on tnon fit no thui tiir cthtr
LmfilcA. Tlre la rtMMttn fur thlm.
own and oirate oyer unit wvrrm tor
psTOOLV-tlOD Of OUr Cfj01l-(0K. in
oroer vo inau' you m try ,
Fmr 10 Cmntm PomtpMJ
M kit of rifttt IhmImi rdlikm,
UUa4i4 Wi Brfa.
i ifiwl; fcoatUsU towr $nim.
tnatllWkLiwU poaitlTclT fnrniihJj
bUaUiiUA of Ctuartnlnar liowmr tm
lou fcud UAm of ebole ytucimtirm.
UHfO.pi with oar irret csvtavlowui,
Oivt iid Hromui and huvlti. oolon
Me4 vt (Oct fM.und,tr.. all only W-
JOHN A.SALZER SEED CO.,
La Crosse, wit. f
Know by tho sign
I ill mt
; ! mm.
T.tfe to the most f arored i not alwsya
full ot sunshiur, but to the arrrur
American irl or w-o-ntn who is oblige!
to work for her lirir.jj, and, perhape
to help others at home, life bt often
heavy draj ia consequence of tltnotsa.
Women who work, especially tkasfi
who are constantly on their feet, mxo,
peculiarly liable to the derolopasu
of organic troubles, and should par
ticularly heed tae first maruWKtattuaa,
such as backache, pains ia the lower
limb and lower part of the stomach,
irregular aud paiuful monthly period
. A .6
Hiss Ella Bhekxks, E. Rocbkstu, Oaio.
faintness, weakness, loss of appetit
The young lady whose portrait w
publish herewith had all these symp
toms, and in addition leucorrhoea,
and was cured by Lydia E. i'inkham's
Vegetable Compound. First, sihe
wrote a letter to Mrs. Hinkham's lab
oratory at Lynn, Mass., describing her
trouble, received in reply accurate in
structions what to do to get woll, aud
aow wishes her name used to convince
others that they may be cured as she
The same helping hand, fra of
charge or obligation, Is extended, to
every ailing woman in America. If
you are sick you are foolish not to fat
this valuable advice, it costs you noth
ing, and she is sure to help you. Dnt
wait until it is too late write to-day.
The Farmer's First Profit
la made In his selection of seed,
Our Complete Annual Cata
logue for 1902, FREEI
It contains full directions fnr garden
work and many useful lat.lesfor ttia
farmer. No one sells better
LAMBERSON - Portland Oregon
r ' ' '' " ,TC,;7.:;M.,rarr.:T;
Shi -ffrfSSupcrior R)dder Plants
ALgp VICTORIA RAPE .
(Hininiifw, in Titt'T
r bum 'aiur an uth
Giant Incarnate Clover
Product a, liimrlaiit
wiuiiii aix weeka hikt atfdiiiK mid lot
and liu of imitturHtfH nil iiniinfr 1 t lac
steaidfa. WUl do well wiywliejtr. lrn
Grass, Clovers and
r- ., , . . . .
m.'h h Thutifcaii.l HeH.-.l
,ur mini. wile i. nr. niiii
1 atF aV
Kir.-,. ii.iier MTH.-re; -nt.i ; rMK'lU, Willi M.W1 htl.tn'l. of gllUU
auU4 luusuf liay per acre, llilllcn Dullar I.iu,Hi .,mii
Salter's Crass Mixtures
Vleldiag s tuns of nuMrnlAeent bay aud an endless aiuuuut of ixuturaice on any farm In America,
Bromua InermlaG t oris of Hay per Acre
TlierreatirraMortlifleeiitury.KrowliiKWliereTer soil l.fouuil. our Kreat ralal.iKne, worth llnsto
any wide awake Auierli'nn irardiifr or flintier. Is mailed io you with itmiiy farm seed samoles. uooa
receipt of but lu eenu postage, mr Catalog alone t eent. lor prnuue.
M JOHN A. SAL2ER SEEP
J THE STOMACH
5 LIVER TONIC
MILD BUT j
JCURE " 1
" something just at good" when Cascarets are called
for, and furnish trident upon whica ws caa convict. aVll coireapondeoc confldintlal.
pttle Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
5e Facsimile Wrapper Below.
Terr eaU d aa eaay
tO tab as eagait
FOR TORPID LIVEr.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
FOR THE COMPLEXION
ttcts I Purely TetrctablOvit wC5d
ilcmilMll ttuavrauva tuiwaruM-. I
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
JOHN POOLE, Portland, Oregon,
I oolol Horrlsoa Strati.
Can five you th best barsaini In
Pueiries. flows, boilers and hinjwim.
Win. 'mills and I'limtn and lieneritl
Machinery. Be us before buying.
crops make more cus-
tomers ao each year th
crops and customers lis
grown greater. That's the
ecret of the Kerry fume.
More Kerry a Heeds soli
and sown than any other
kind. Hold by all dealers.
latticed Annual Hit
D. M. Ferry Oo.
BIG MONEY FOR AGENTS
Selling my goods under new plan. A
tried article that sells on its merit. Write
quick for particulars and exclusive ter
ritory. Lock Box 000, Portland, Or.
aiiu iiuui luiiinif ijimlll y. It
iu li-ruw rh inn ami h p
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m irtnrf.iiii. v li..tr.l riirni m..u
COMPANY, La Crosse. Wis. J
tist srooil. Rat them Ilka candy. They
remove any Vmd tuple In the mouth, Lav
fug the breath sweet and perfumed. It Is
s pleasrure to take them, and they are
liked especially by children,
sweeten the stomach by cleansing th
mouth, throat at.d fond channel. That
means, they etiip undigested food from
souring In the stomach, prevent ks form
ing In the bowels, and kill dlseaxe aerina
of any kind that breed and feed In Ins en
are purely vegetable and contain no mer
curial or other mineral polnnn. They con
sift of th latest discoveries In medicine,
and form combination of remedies tin
equaled to make ihe blood pure and r.rn,
ami make clean skin and beautiful com
plexion. tons the stomach and bowels and stir up
the lazy liver. They do not merely soften
tile stools and taupe their discharge, but
strengthen th bowels and put tin m Into
lively, healthy condition, making their ac
never grip nor gTlpe. They act quietly, pos
itively and never cmiae any kind of uncom
fortable feeling. Taken regularly they make
the liver act regularly and naturally as It
should. They keep the sewerage of tbe body
properly moving and keep the system clean.
Increase the flow of milk In nursing moth
ers. If the mother eats a tablet. It make
her milk mildly purgative and has a mild
but certain effect on the baby. In tills war
tbey are the only safe laxative for th
taken patiently, peralstently, will cur any
form of constipation, no matter how old or
how often other remedlea have fatled. They
are absolutely guaranteed to curt any case,
or purchase money will be cheerfully re
funded. cost 10c, 25c, 60c a box. Bampfes sent fre
for the asking. We publish no testimonial
but sell Cavcareta on their merit under ab
solute guarant to cure. Buy and try a
box to-day, or write ua for free samples
STsausa assspt c., chicioo e law luax.
U i IV iod
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will be paid to aay reader of this paper who will re
port to us any attempt of substitution, or sale of