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"F o r orrr olor yean I »offered with chronic
e o o a tipatina and donate thia time I had lo lake
an injection of warm water once every 14 b o o m
before X couid have an action on my bowels.
Happily 1 tiied Cascarcta, and today f am a well
Darina the nine year» before X used
Cascareis I suffered untold misery with Internal
piles. Thank» to you. I am free from all that
this morning Yon can use this in behalf of
B V Fisher. Roanoke. I1L
P le a s a n t
BEST OF CONGRESS W ALKER«.
“ Is It really only ten minutes* walk
from the station to your house?" asked
L a u r p tic e o f M a s s a c h u s e tts G oes
T o n - M i l e J a u n t E v e r y M u ro ln tc
C iti m a n .
•‘What a ridiculous question!” *x-
s la im e d Sububs.
"Nobody In lovely
S w x m p h u r s t ever walks’ to the sta
I may say, however, that It's
SHEEP PRO SPECTS GOOD.
only a bou t eight and a half minutes'
I n te r m ltte n t
Price* Are High and bastern Oregon State
M fr a o r y .
A s m a ll customer appeared at the
Pendleton— The range in this section
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste O o o r l
g r o c e r y store, says a writer In the
D o Good. Never Sicken.Weaken or (.ripe.
is o f the very beat and sheep prospects
10c. 25c. 50c Never sold tn bulk. The Ben
Century M a g a z i n e , a n d the smiling
were never so bright.
Sheep o f all
cina tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to
g r o c e r a s k e d him what he wanted.
curs or your money back.
kinds are commanding high prices and
" P le a s e , m i s t e r , ” s a id the boy,
the prosects are that wool will be as
c a n ’t re m e m b e r w h a t m a se n t m e for,
high or higher next spring than it was
M o m e n t a r ily P n a a le d .
b u t you can g i v e m e t w o c e n t s ’ w o r t h
last. These facts coupled with the ex
" W h e r e do y o u s c r a t c h y o u r m a t c h -
o' p e p p e r m in t c a n d y , ’ c a u s e she said
cellent range gives sheemen cause for
„ ? • • a sk e d the visitor, look in g around.
I c o u ld k ee p t h e c h a n g e . ”
" W h y . " s t s m n i s r c d the h ostess, " m y
husban d a l w a y s — O, I u n ders ta n d
The reason for the good range is at
i u rlou n
G ia n t O n n e a .
th s u n d sr sid e o f the m a n t e lp ie c e .” —
A u s t r a l i a , t h e la n d o f od dit ie s, a n l tributed to the peculiar weather condi
C h ic a g o T rib un e.
mal, v e g e t a b le a n d m i n e r a l , h a s fe w tions which have prevailed during the
more c u r i o u s c r e a t u r e s t h a n t h e g i a .i t spring and early summer months, as
H e l p i n g H im O a t .
in well as during last winter. The heavy
e sca pe s c r a n e s o f t e n fiv e a n d s ix
" T h a t fa m il ia r
q u ot ation
m e." said Riv e rs, n ib b li n g his pencil. he ig ht, w it h b e a u t i f u l b lu e -g r a y plu fall o f snow which remained on the
“ 'Co m petit ion is’------"
m a g e - w h i c h a r e c a ll e d n a t i v e c o m ground so long soaked to a great depth.
•' 'T h e first l a w o f n atu re ,’ " p r o m p t panions.
T h e s e h u g e b ir d s m a t e fo r Then showers have visited
lif e and, a s m ate s, a r e s i n g u l a r l y a n d every section o f the mountains at in
tervals, so that the grass is both tail
t o u c h i n g ly d e v o t e d to on e a n o t h e r.
D i d n ' t H I sit» C a s s .
and green and there is every indication
P h ila n th r o p ic
V is it o r
( at co u n ty
F o r e © o f II a h i t .
that it will remain so throughout the
j a i l ) — Sata n , you know , finds m is c h i e f
“ I bog your pardon,” said the land summer.
f o r Idle han ds to do.
lord, "but dp 3011 walk in you r sleep?”
P r is o n e r — Y e s, sir; a nd s o m e tim e s
For this reason the sheep will come
“ No, sir,” answered the guest, who
he finds m is c h i e f fo r b u s y hands. 1'tn
out o f the mountains this fall in the
had arrived the day before. ” 1 hope 1
h s r s fo r cou n ter fe it in g.
didn’ t disturb you last night, but the best o f condition, and will be able to
fact is I’ ve been a country doctor for come through the winter in good shape,
T o t a l M ill S w e llla g .
F o r e i g n e r — W h a t w a s the total loss thirty years, and I’ m sy used to being even though there should be no early
o f lif e ca u se d b y y o u r re v o lu t io n a ry called up two or three times during the fall rains to put the winter range in
night that unless 1 get out of bed and shape.
The fíne summer range will
walk around once in a while I don’t get make it possible to keep the sheep in
N a t i v e A m e r i c a n — N o b o d y kno ws.
W e k ee p addljtg to It e v e r y F o u r t h of any sleep.”
the mountains longer than usual.
July. — C h ic a g o T rib un e.
.S eld om
P o in t .
The near-sighted dauie was attending
a play in which the part of the buxom
domestic was taken by a stout young
“ Well,” she said, “ that girl isn’t much
to look at in the face, but she's got mag
la ye r and ( ’hem lut,
I Lead ville,
uton price«: (»old,
r,o; Uold fiOo: Zino
bll'pr, Lead. SI. (luid. Hill
or Copper. Si-
envelope« i ttnd full price list
ent o a appiicMtion. Control nrid Umpire work so-
IciUxl. iteferem u: Curbouute Netlouul liank.
PREMIUM LIST OU f .
ou n d n
Tradition is a noble thing,
Bu t did you ever hear or see
A graduate who’d say or s i n g :
"B eyond the Alps Lies I t a ly " ?
— N ew York Mail.
O, yes, indeed, young man ! And say,
If you were older you would know
O f one sweet girl grad., a ny w ay,
Who wrote that umpty years a go !
— Chicago Tribune.
T a c k le
F n r n e e t.
" I have read,” said the visiting for
eigner, “ that when you celebrate your
f o u r t h of .July in this country the de
strnction of life and property in ap pa ll
I>on’ t the people take any inter
est in bringing about a reform in the
manner of observing the d a y ? ”
"O, yes,” said the nat iv e ; " we begin
a crusade for a safe and sane Fourth
the next day after the celebration, and
sometimes we keep it up for three or four
MANY MEN WANTED.
Pacific Will Rush Work on
Eugene— Good news is contained in
the statement o f A. O. Wattis, o f the
Utah Construction company, who, while
in Eugene recently, stated that his
company would want 2,000 men to go
to work on the extension o f the South
ern Pacific’ s new railroad to be built
from Natron to Klamath Falls.
Mr. Watts said that a trainload of
construction material and supplies had
been shipped here from Oroville and
Reno, Nev., for the railroad work, and
they will arrive in a few days. “ We
expect to have a large force o f men at
work beyond Natron in a very short
time, and we will use 2,000 men if we
can get them,’ ’ said Mr. Wattis, who
drove on to Natron.
The party consisted of A. O. Wattis,
his brother, L. R. Wattis, N. J. Swee
ney, W. B. Hunt, W. H. Messinger,
W. W. Hunt, G. W. Dye, John Gar
rison, Ralph Smart, W. A. Bechtell
and G. S. Colley.
Board Promises Best Fair in
Salem— Premium lists and inatruc-
tions to exhibitors just issued by the
state board of agriculture having
charge the state fair promise for Ore
gon this fall the best and largest Btate
allow in the history of the state.
When the fair opens at Salem Sep
tember 13, to continue until September
18, $15,000 in premiums for livestock,
agricultural and manufactured products
will be offered.| Numerous additional
classes have b**m added to the premium
list this yeux, made possible by a re
cent legislative appropriation o f $5,
Among the new classes will be the
educational department where students
in the common schools may exhibit
Money prizes will be
Looking towaril the comfort o f the
visitors, larger and more commodious
quarters have been built and other
changes made. Chief among the im
provements will be the increase in res
Printed announcement is made in the
premium list and catalogue by M. D,
Wisdom, vice president, and F. A,
Welch, secretary of the fair associa
tion, concerning new features o f the
fair. Every assurance is given the
public that the forth eighth annual
show will be the largest and beBt
the history of the state.
The premiums this year are divided
up among a number of different depart
ments. They are: Agricultural pro
ducts, art, bees and honey, boys’ de
partment, cattle, cereal foods, county
exhibits, dairy division, educational,
floral, goats, horses, horticulture, in
dustrial, ladies’ textile department,
misses department, pigoens, poultry,
Scotch collies, Bheep, swine, vegetables
and woolen goods.
The speed program contains some
Food events. The prizes range from
$500 to $5,000.
Georgs P. Lawrence, representative
from Massachusetts, Is getting the rep
utation of being the champion long
distance walker of Washington, says
the Boston Post.
Mr. Lawrence halls from North Ad
ams and for a long time has been
known as "the man with the horse
laugh." He Is also known as the in
fant prodljy of Congress.
When Congress Is In Besalon he is
the busiest walker that ever blew
down Pennsylvania avenue. Every
morning promptly at 7 o'clock loud
sounds arise from the dwelling of Mr.
Lawrence. The sounds are the futile
attempts of Mr. Lawrence to express
the boundless Joy and vitality which
exist within himself by singing that
beautiful ditty of his old Amherst days
entitled "Show Me the Way to Go
Home, Boys.” His singing, by the
way, Is not the most Deautiful which
has ever been heard on Pennsylvania
Nevertheless the singing is harkened
to with much interest by all those whe
live near by, for the unfailing George
Lawrence, rival of the time ball, is
signifying the approach of his walk
About two minutes after his singing
has ceased a loud cry of “ Haw! Haw!
H aw !" Is heard and then all the win
dows in the Immediate vicinity are
thrown up, for it is the sign that he
Is actually about to emerge from his
At a quarter after 7, to the minute,
Mr. Lawrence's beautiful black mous
tache emerges coyly from the door and
is Immediately followed by Mr. Law
As If pursued by all the furies he
hies himself to the suburbs, his head
bowed down and a ruminative frown
furrowing deep creases in his alabaster
Deep into the fastnesses of Rock
Creek Park he plunges or out toward
the quiet byways of Chevy Chase. And
there he walks and walks. It makes a
person tired to atch him.
Ten miles Is a mere nothing to him.
But It Is something to the men whom
he has to "go up against" during the
course of the day; for hts fellow rep
resentatives assert that on these walks
he develops the retorts that defeat and
the arguments that confound.
Right after Mr. Lawre_.ee was grad
uated from Amherst he was raised to
the bench—a Judge at 25—and got a
reputation for being a hearty laugher.
In 1894 he resigned his position on the
bench and at once was elected to the
State Senate. During his second year
there he was elected president of the
Senate. It was not long before George
Popular Lawrence, as he came to be
called, was elected to Congress.
Power Plant for Deschutes.
Prineville— The Crook County Light
& Power company, with headquarters
at Redmond, has begun the erection of
a 25 foot dam on its project about one
“ THR SCH O O L O F Q U A L IT Y "
mile above Cline falls on the Deschutes,
T h e L>1 IT erenee.
T e n th and M orr is on & Portland, O re go n
where it is proposed to raise the waters
" T h e r e ’s Bin k s, w h o is a l w a y s m a k
A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL. B., PRINCIPAL
o f the entire stream 20 feet.
The high-standard commercial school of i n g h is fr ie n d s s a y h is ow n w i t t y
will be diverted into a flume six feet in
the Northwest. Open all the year. More t h i n g s w h e n he re p e a t s th em , and yet
depth, 20 feet wide on the bottom and
n e a r l y e v e r y on e s e e m s to p r e f e r his
calls for help than we can meet—position
one mile long. The power plant will
st u p id , rich cou sin , w h o ca n o n ly g iv e
certain. Class and individual instruction. good d in n e r s .”
be situated just opposite Cline falls
Troutdale Shippers Complain.
Bookkeeping from written forms and of
on the plateau. The company expects
“ Y es.
I’ m a f r a i d th e m a j o r i t y p r e
Salem— The Troutdale Produce and
to generate 15,000 horsepower, and
fice practice. Shorthand that excels in all f e r t h e good t h i n g s w h ic h th e cou si n
Fruit Growers’ association, through its
respects. Special penmanship depart p u t s in t h e ir m o u t h s .” — B a l t i m o r e secretary, Miss M. Dewey, has filed a will use the electricity for lighting
E a s ily C o a x ed .
Beverai o f the towns in the Deschutes
ment. Call, phone or write for catalogue. A m e r i c a n .
complaint with the railroad commis
valley and later may provide power for
The new school teacher had a talk
sion against the Pacific Express com
T h e X lu tv tiu u i.iu l
with Mrs. Hobart one day tn regard
pany in which it is alleged higher
Upon life's matrimonial sea
to discipline. "I don’t see how you
S o many gayly float.
manage Bobby as well as you do,’
Railroad Into Curry.
East from Troutdale than from Port-
A n d all goes on right merrily
Gold Beach—The preliminary survey said the teacher. “ I like him, but he’s
The Fruit Growers’ association
’T i l l (tome one rook» the boat.
-—Detroit Freo Pm«».
J.y-'-ges it is charged 46 cents a crate o f the railroad between Bandon and such a mischievous little fellow, and
for shipping fruit to Wasco, while the Port Orford is being pushed as rapidly he will not mind; yet every one says
H e a r d tu t b . l-'o y e r ,
as possible and g lidin g will probably he minds you. I wish you’d explain It
" W e ll , h ow did yo u like the p l a y ? ” " Portland produce men are charged only
commence by the first of September. to me.”
" T h e r e 's one t h in g a bou t It I liked 96 cents. A scale is presented show
“ Well," said Mrs. Hobart, doubtfully,
e x c e e d in g ly ; th e s t a r didn't c o m e on ing numerous similar alleged discrim Some maintain that the C. A. Smith
u nti l th e midd le o f the third a c t."
inations against Troutdale shippers Lumber company, of Marshfield, is be “ I’d Just as soon tell you, but I'nt
practiced by the Pacific Express com hind the movement, as the company afraid It won’t help you much. You
P r o b a b l y W o n 't .
which operates on the Oregon I has a large body of timber on the Elk see 1 kind of coax him."
You think you've got a stunning gown
“ Coax him !" echoed the teacher.
Railroad & Navigation company lines. and Sixes river that has to be removed
And stunning hat, but then
within a few years, but local promot
"Yes,” said Mrs. Hobart, "that's
T h e things that situi your husband may
ers stoutly deny being backed by any what I do. I say to him, ‘Now come.
Not stun the other men.
Bond Forfeit Demanded.
one. The road will be easily con Bobby, wouldn't you rather be moth
— Houston Post
Eugene—The Portland, Eugene &
er's good boy and have griddle cakes
A. W IS E
and sirup for supper, and play games
22 Yearn m Leader in Painlcsa Dental
"Berth a , where in ray h a t ? I laid it the city streetcar system o f Eugene,
till 8 o’clock, than have Just plain
Work in Portland.
which extends to West Springfield, has
down here a little while ago.”
Gold Beach — Considerable excite bread and milk that's been through
"Su re , missus, Fido's takin' a nap in been notified by the council of Eugene
it. Don't talk so loud, or ye’ ll wake the that if the bridge across the Willam ment has been created by a corps of the separator, and go to bed light
ette river at Springfield is not com engineers starting surveys near Pistol after it, with the curtains drawed so
Bhould rem ember that our force is no arranged
pleted, the $5,000 bond furnished by river. They appear to tie taking up you can’t sfie the stars?’
that W E CAN DO TH K IK E N T IR E CROW N .
"1 can most always coax him that
the company for its completion must the old Southern Pacific survey near
B R ID G E A N D P L A T E W ORK IN A D A Y if
My wife »ays l ’ ui a getiiu*—
P O S IT IV E L Y P A I N L E S S E X
be forfeited. It is held that the bond that point and continuing it south. way.
TR A C TIN G F R E E w hen platen or bridge* are or
And my specialty is excuses
is collectable now, but it is thought
'Once tn a while. If he's real set
dered. W E RE M O V E T H E MOST SE N S IT IV E
TEETH A N D ROOTS W ITH O U T T H E LE AST
When I chance to stay out lata.
that if the bridge connecting the two his men would give out information. to be naughty. I’ll say, 'See here, Bob
PAIN. NO ST U D E N TS, no uncertainty.
» Y o n k e r s Statesman.
cities is completed this fall, the council The survey was originally made for the by, which'd you rather have mother
F or th e N e x t F ifte e n D a y s
Pacific coast extension o f the Southern fry you, some doughnuts, or cut a lit
will not try to collect the bond.
T h e H u e .I lo o .
W e will give you a good 22k gold or porce-
Pacific, from Drain by way o f Coos bay tle willow switch, not so very Hide,
lain crow n f o r ..................................... ............... 13.50 Where, oh, where bus my wuist-line g o n a ;
B2k bridge te e th ...................................... ............. 3.50
to San Francisco.
New Dairy Bulletin.
Where, oh, witere enn it he?
Molar c r o w n ...........................................
Prof. J. H. Frandson, o f the dairy
With the waist cut short and ths waiat
"I can coax him that way, sure, If
department of the University of Idaho,
the other fails.”
And now it'a down to my knee!
has in press Bulletin 67 on the subject
.....................50 — ruck.
Fruits— Apples, new, $1(82.25 per
o f “ Better Dairy Methods.” This bul
H o c k e n n p ln t tc r T o o k t h e H in t.
A L L W O R K G U A R A N T E E D 15 Y E A R S
letin contains much that will be of in box; cherries, 7 (<i) 12c per pound;
F u lle r P a r tlr n ln r » D e s ir e d .
The caller, a man whom he had
D r. W . A . W i s e
"M il d re d , It m ust h a v e been
late terest to all directly or indirectly in peaches, 75c(8$l per box; cantaloupes, known In the old town back In Penn
P resident an d M a n a g e r
w h e n t h at y o u n g man w an t a w a y laat terested in dairying; much that should $2(u2.50 per crate; plums, 75c(8$1.25 sylvania. had dropped in to talk old
n ig h t."
help to make dairying more profitable per box; raspberries, $1.25(81.40 per times with the busy lawyer, and the
“ W h y . m a m m a , Juat aa aoon aa tha and desirable as a business.
This bul crate; watermelons, lfqjl jyc per pound;
lawyer had endured it patiently for
clo c k s t r u c k 11 he rose to go."
letin will be sent free to all requesting blackberries, $1.40 per crate; wild
an hour and a half. Then, unseen by
(INC.) Third And W «tilling ton SL*.
"I d o n ’t doubt that, ch il d ; but when
it. Address Department o f Dairying, blackberries, 9(<tl0c per pound.
the caller, he pushed a small knob at
did he ge t a w a y ? "
Potatoes— New, 1(8)1 *4c per pound.
University o f Idaho, Moscow, Idaho.
Vegetables— Beans, 5c per pound; the end of hts desk and a bell rang In
cabbage, l V d l j t c ; celery, 90c(8$l the adjoining room.
Condon Heirs Give Fund.
"Excuse me a moment, Mr. Hocken-
University of Oregon, Eugene—The per dozen; cucumbers, 15(026c; onions,
splutter," he said, stepping Into the
argest single g ift ever made tu the
other toom and proceeding to hold
student loan fund at the University of ishes, 15c per dozen; tomatoes, 40c(8)
this one-sided conversation over an
Oregon has just been received. The 1.25 per box.
Wheat—Bluestem, $1; club, 95c; Imaginary telephone.
heirs o f the late Dr. Thomas Condon,
who for many years was connected red Russian, 93c; valley, 95c; Turkey
FOR COUNTRY HOMES
with the University o f Oregon as head red, 95c; 40-fold, 96)*c.
•’v e e ”
Barley— New. $20.50(8 27 per ton.
o f its department o f geology, are es
The best Hnd most logical m ethod o f furninh-
__ __ _ _ H
InR w ater ye t devised. The *ank is placed in
Hay— New crop— Timothy, Willam
tablishing a loan fund o f $2,000, of
the basem ent or In the ground near the house
Bertha; I’ll not have time to
and keeps the wa te r cool in sum m er and p roof
against freezin g in winter. It never leaks,
mixed. $15.60(8, come home for dinner
i It is Im possible fo r impurity to get into it. It
16.50: alfalfa, $13.50; clover, $11(0'
30, and I have several hours’ work
memorial loan fund.
1 ou tlast« tin1 Inn I ng n w hich it is installed,
l it costa a little more to begin w ith, but there
13; cheat, $13(0 14.50.
yet to do. I am very busy, and have
I is no second cost We have a catalogue which
Tillamook Line Surveyed.
Grain bags 5)*ceach .
J illustrates and describes the t r a d e r system.
Ask us for it»
Butter—City creamery, extras, 30 4 c
Tillamook — The surveying crew
which has been working over the moun per pound; fancy outside creamery,
tains down the Wilson river has reach 27 )y((/30 S c; store, 20c.
Then he went back to his desk—
per pound under but Mr. Hockenspluttor had already
ed thia city, thus completing the sur prices average 1
vey for the United Railways’ line into regular butter prices.
risen to go.—Chicago Tribune.
Eggs—Oregon ranch, candled, 27(8
It is supposed this
A B ad M lx n y .
is the road which will give the county
Poultry— Hens, 14 ^(it 15cper pound;
first railroad connections with Portland.
Say," remarked one government
springs, 14^(1/15c; roosters, 9w'10c; clerk to another, T m up against It
ducks, young. 12Lt<d'13c; geese, young, good and proper."
Regatta Fund is $ 8 .0 0 0 .
Aatoria The regatta committee an 9(<t 10c; turkeys, 20c; squabs, $1.75<r£
"What’s the trouble?" queried g. c.
nounce that it has raised subscriptions 2 per dozen.
arm especially adapted to pumping duty
Pork— Fancy, 11(811 He per pound;
amounting to $8,000 for the coming re
“ I got two medical certificates from
and in fact any duty that requires a
Veal— Extras, 9V,(o'10c per pound; two different doctors yesterday.” ex
gatta and this amount was apportioned
strong, reliable power. They are econom
among the subcommittees
plained the party of the first part.
ical, simple and easily understood. It is
H ops-19 09 contracts, 21(iT22c per "One was a certificate of health for a
charge o f the various features. The
an engine which anyone, no matter how
queen is to be selected by popular vote pound; 1908 crop, 16c; 1907 crop, life Insurance company, and (he other
little he knows about such engines, can
12c; 1906 crop, 8c.
operate as succeesfully aa an eipert. In
and the balloting has begun.
was a certificate of Illness to be sent
short, it is an ideal engine for any kind of
Wool— Eastern Oregon. 16(8 23c per to my chief with a petition for two
work. Send for STOVER Engine Cata
First Wheat Reaches Albany.
mohair, week's leave of absence."
lo g - Free.
Albany — The first 1909 wheat choice, 24<825c.
"Oh. that’« nothing." rejoined his
Cattle— Steers, top, $4.60; fair to fellow clerk. T r e done that myeelf."
brought to Albany was received at the
Red Crown mill from the farm of
"Yes." continued the other, "but I
George Parsons, five miles east o f AI-|C0W». toP. *3.50; fair to good. $3(8 mixed the certificates In mailing. The
bany. The wheat on Parsons’ farm *■**; common to medium. $2.5(882.76
111 health certificate went to the In
ran 20 bu.-hels to the acre, indicating a calve«, top. $5(85.50; heavy, $3.50(8 surance company and the certificate of
fair yield o f fall wheat in thia part o f 4; bulla and stage, $2.75(83.75.
good health went to my chief. See?"
Sheep—Top wethers, $4.25; fair to
-C h ica g o News.
good, $3.50ui3.75; «area, V leaa on
Moves T o Salem.
all grades; yearlings, beat, $4; fair to
If you havs no reason to expect a
Salem— Master Fish Warden H. E. good, $3.60(8'3.76: apring lambs, $5.25 letter with money Is It, hope will do
MeAllieter it making preparation« to ( if 5.50.
you no good.
move to Salem.
Hereafter he will
Hogs— Best, $9(89.26; fa ir t o good.
Behold the worthless man; what
maintain hia office at the staU capital $8(08.60; stockera, $6(87 ; China fata,
An« health hs has!
with the other atate officer«.
The Wise Dental Co.
WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS
The Kind You Have Always Nought has borne the signa
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and lias been made under his
personal supervision for over HO years. Allow no one
to deeelve you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations und
“ Just-as-good ” are but Experiments, und endanger the
health o f Children—Experience against experiment.
What is CASTO R IA
Castoria is a harmless substitute lor Castor Oil, Pare»
(.ei-to. Drops und Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Dlarrhu-a and W in d
Colie. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and llowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children’ s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of
▼ H I C E N T A U R t J M M N V , T T M U R R A Y S T R IC T , N E W Y O R K C IT Y .
T im e .
" I t ’s sort o’ curious,” said Uncle Jerry V J l
P e e b le s ; “ but whsn a man is workin’ for
another man he’s alw ays w an tin’ to go
and see the ball game. W hen he’s work-
in’ on his ow n time he gets stingy with
it and can’ t spare it.” — Chica go Tribun#.
O p in io n .
B u il t early in the eleventh century,
there are great cracks appearing in the
north and south transepts of the cathe
dral of Southwell Minster. England.
Mothers w ill find Mrs. W inslow 's Soothing
Syrup the b-*st remedy to use for their children
during the teething period.
CRESCENT MFG. CO. Seattle, Wn.
HAROLD SOMERS. ISO Dettali) A»«., Brooklyn, N. Y .
! TEA SPICES
BAK IN G POWDER
I » EXTRACTS
D o n ’ t B o th e r H im .
Summer Boarder — I thought you
said mosquitoes never bother you out
Jason Stubblefield — They don’t,
pardner. They alius leave me alone
to feed on yew tender-skinned city
fellers.—Kansas City Times.
Sore throat ia no trifling ailment.
It will sometimea carry infection to
the entire system through the food
that is eaten. Hamlina Wizard Oil is
a sure, quick cure.
Mrs. Smith—Oh. doctor, my husband
Is very bad. Do you really think that
there is any chance for him after
Doctor— I certainly think so, ina
dam. After this morning I shall only
call once a day instead of twice.—
E u reka!
C ity Man— You broke an old hen from
wanting to set? How ?
Suburbanite— I set her in one of my
wife’s spring hats.
10 Y e a r s ’ T i m e
These lands o f Canadian Pacific Railway
produce from 35 to 50 bushels o f w heat. 75
to 100 bushels o f oats, per acre. All near
railw ays, towns and schools.
the best w heat land propasition fo r men
o f m oderate means.
No crop failures.
Send today fo r free illustrated literature.
Special rates 1st and 15th o f every month.
IDE-M’CARTHY LAND CO.
Land A gents Canadian Pacific Railway
425-2G Lu m berm en’s Building
P O R T L A N D . OR.
A CURE FOR FITS
The Treatment Ia to Accomplish
What Science Has Been Strug,
gling to Attain for Centuries
The intense interest that ha9 been m anifested
throughout the country by the w onderful cures
that are being accom plished daily by epileptcids,
still continues. It is really surprising the vast
num ber o f people w ho have already been cured o f
fits and nervousness.
In order that everybody
may have a chance to test the medicine, large trial
bottles, valuable literature. History o f Epilepsy
and testimonials, will be sent by mail absolutely
free to all w ho w rite to the Dr. May Laboratory,
548 Pearl Street. New York City.
C. Gee Wo
The Chinese Doctor
This w ondeful man has
made a life study o f ths
p roperties o f Roots,
H erbs and Barks, and
is g ivin g the world ths
benefit o f his services.
C y u lc a l.
‘ ‘Th e law, you know, presumes that
every mnn is innocent unless he has been
proved to be guilty.”
think the law
hasn’ t any more sense than ths average
ju ry .”
I t ’s F r u ity F la v o r .
“ Old boy, that oration of yours was a
" I t wasn’ t so bad. I had— er— prunec
it down till it was just about the right
ALBERTA WHEAT LAND
You Can Get Allen's Foot-Case PRf C.
W rite A l i e n s . O lm sted Le R o y , N. Y . , f o r a
rt t* sam ple o i A lle n ’s F oot-E ase. It cu res |
•w esting, h ot sw o lle n , a c h in g feet. It ma k e s ]
lew o r lig h t s h oes easy. A c e r ta in c u r e fo r !
b lo w in g n ails an d b u n ion s. A ll d ru g- |
sell it. 2.r>c. D on ’ t accep t an y su b stitu te I
O n ly .
‘You uphold and defend the split in
finitive, do you, doctor?”
“ Most emphatically, sir.”
“ Then why in thunder do you nevei
use it you rself?”
-«E 33Z !E E B IE >
$15 P e r A c r e
Teacher— W ho is the greatest inven
Shaggy Haired Pupil— Pa t. Pending, I
guess. I see his name on more inven
tions than I do any other man’s.
p l a c e d any*
H here, attracts
and I» 11 !■ nil flies
N<at. «-lean, trim-
lent, cheap, Fuats
ull neimon. Mads
of metal, cannol
spill or tip over,
will not soil or
tiro. O f all dealers or sent prepaid for 2o cerna.
Shoe Salesman (to tall, bony custom
e r ) — I ’ m afra id these shoes will pinch
you a trifle, madam. I suggest that you
try what we call our— h ’m our contracted
No. 0 .
Custom er— No, s i r ; I won ’t wear a Q.
Have you an expanded No. 5 ?
i No Mercury, Poisons
or Drugs Used. No
Operations or Cutting
G uarantees to cu re Catarrh. Asthm a. Lung,
Stom ach and K idney troubles, and all Private
D iseases o f M n and W om en.
A SU H E CAN CER CURE
J u s t received from Pekin, China—safe, sure
and reliable. U n fa ilin g in its works.
I f you cannot call, w rite fo r sym ptom blank
and circular. Inclose 4 cents in stamps,
The C. Gee Wo Medicine Co.
^ 6 2 M i_ r ir s t SI», c j r . M orrison , P ortlan d, O f ^
K o la .
A lg y— I f there is anything I detest, It
io this so-called "joy riding.”
Miss T a r t u n — I don’ t doubt it. I aaw
you on horseback the other day, and you
didn’ t look the least bit like a joy rider.
P N U
N o. 3 2 - 0 9
T I T H E N w riting; to ari vertí se rs pit
m o n t hl » n t h i s p a p e r .
aU A R i
COMPLIES WITH ALL
PURE FO OD LAWS
Baking Sweeter, Lighter
Always works rldht
Full Line of
dor# all that ths
high priced baking
pow ders will do and d oei
it better. It raises the
dough and m akes light
er, sweeter and bettei
risen food s. Sold by g x o
cers 2 5 c per poun d. 1J
you w ill send us your
nam e and address, we-
will send you a book on health and baking pow der.
N am e,
EN G IN ES
“ Maria , is there a single good thing
shout these great wide hats the women
are we arin g?”
‘‘ Yes, John, there i s ; when two wom
en meet they ca n ’t kiss each other now.”
G A S O L IN E
In Use For Over 3 0 Years.
NO F A I L U R E S
C osts YOU Less
NO TRUST PRICES
. ^UrACTURtD ONtfLj
C h ic a g o
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BEST AT ANY PRICE
or your money beck