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CAUGHT. BY THE GRIP.
RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA.
Congressman Geo. H. White's Case.
A Noted Sculptress Cured.
The world of
a: ep nciiiM'
Ij KilpMi Is epidemic rnlarrh. It
spnris no claim or nationality. Iliu
rulliired and the Ignorant, tlio nrlMo
cmt ami thu pauper, tlio nmetoa and the
clatNM, are alike anlijwt to In grlpe.
Nona aro oieinpt all am liablo.
Ilavo you the grip? Or, rather, bus
the grip got you? Grip la well minimi.
Thu orlglnnl 1'ii'inli term, la gflppe,
has been rliorti'iird by the huy Ameri
can to read "grip." Without Intend
ing to do no a new word has been mined
Hint exactly iloncrlbor the rnto. As if
home hideous giant with awful grip bad
clutched us in its fatal cluip. Men,
Liquidity of the (lcrman Language.
Mr. Casey, under the impreislon
that the perfuming marblno was a
phonograpli, droppetl a cent In tbo riot
and placed thu tuVo to his ear.
"Wowl" ho exclaimed, tuddenly
(lliiglns the tuba from him. "it's a
wonder tomeone wouldn't Invent water
proof reccnls for tblm dotn Oermsn
eongal Jow ioik nun.
The Alarrlage Kccard.
"Why did you docldo n jkjii etich a
"Well, you ato, Arthur got ono ol
tlioo Krenrb nutoinnhlles, ami I got to
thinking that a husband In tbo harness
might ha worth a good deal more than
a lover In tbo wreck." Chicago Hoc
The Victorian Nugget.
Not the nioit valuable, but one of tbo
moat boautlful in appearance of Aus
tralian gold nuggets was tbo Victorian,
found In U'hlto Horse gully. Itemllgo.
It was purchased by Iho parliament of
Victoria for 18,360 and presented to
tbo luto Quot'li Victoria.
All gladiolus bulba should be Inkon
up In the fall and sated from frost un
til planting time In the spring, anil tbo
little bulbs that form at tlio root of tbo
,,U ro nioro leituln to grow il
kepi . a whole aeason buforo plant
t. iJon Ice Cream Venders,
leu i am venders In Iind ni nro re
quired to dlrpluy on their purhcarts
tlio inline of the manufacturer of tlio
frozen commodity, nnd the Ice cranio
factorioa aro subject to board of health
Uood Profit on Monopoly,
Last joar tlio 1'rrneh government
made a protlt of over $70,001) 000 on Its
monopoly of iho aalo oltobuco, cignrs,
cigarettes and mutches.
I WANT TO BUY TOR GASH
Chicken, Duck and Gcoso feath
G. O. SMITH.
DR. C. GEE VO
TUlu wonderful (Mil'
lima doctor Ii caI1vI
itreat bet'ttiiM h furo
ittupl wliliout opera
tion that r ilveu un
loUl. II turru with
tn tirrlrn, rouu. Iiuiit.
iV)" t"l urki aiui v nut mine
TOM "r tiitr-ly iiti
kUUM biiuwn to tnetlU wi cl-
i)cr Mi thiHtuiiHir)', '1 li rough tlio wool linn)
liarmlca.. rtmvdlri ihU famuut doctor kium
th atlon of over frOO dlflvrenl rtmnUri, btcli
htiucocisfully uirt In rtlfTfrent tllirAki'. lis
BUHrttnirti to cur risinrrli, hiiIhiib. Imif,
tlirotvt. rttruniktUin. iirvuusiifii4, atuniuch,
Urrr. kldiify, ic.i im UuiiUirdi of H'ltlnioii
lull, rtinrx'a motUrmr, fall and lilm,
1'nllfnu out or tha otir wrlie lor bltinLmintl
rlrculRra. Hnd 4 tin tutu naiiiDi. UUtNbUls
T ATI UN KIIK1C. ADUHKUd
THE 0. GEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE 03,
4JZL ThlrJ btsi INirtUnJ. Oreaon,
Dost Cousa orup.
Hold hf rfriiKtfUtft.
uoiuon, children, whole towns and
cHick are caught In the bar.eful grip ol
I'ttrmm fttr Orlii.
Mrs. Theophlbi Hchmltt, wife of the
Kx-Kocretary ol tlio (iernmn consulato,
wrlloa the following letter from 3417
Wabash avenue, Chicago, III.:
"I suffered this winter with n revero
attack ol la gripm. After using three
bottles ol Tortilla I found tlio grip had
illsapiH-aord." Mrs. T. Kihmttt.
Mrs. Celertu Covell writes" Ircm SID
N. avenue, Auroia, III.:
"Only tlioro who have suffered with
flood Pianos at Wholcsnlo Prices and
on Terms l!iinl to Small I'lano
Rent l-IIors Piano House lias
Organized Another Co-operative
$6 Down and $6
Having received another largo ship
ment of lino pinaos, wo aro now able to
accede to tbo numerous applications we
have rerolved from persons desiring to
ptircluifo pianos on the co-oporntivo
club plan, which waa no popular some
time ago. This plan, owing to tlio ex
ceedingly low prices and easy terms It
offered, created such a sensation and
widespread disccsslon at the timo It
was originally imuguratod, that further
explanation seani.i unnrcotsary. Many
maintained then that It was simply im
possible for us to sell such lino pianos
at the prices asked. Investigation,
howovor, proved tlio absolute truth ol
uvory ono of our statements, and our
clubs beramo no immensely popular
inai in nvo weeks we had a member
ship of four hundrod. Throe delivery
teams and six men could not deliver
tbo pianos fust enough to buyers. The '
prerent club Is organitcd upon tbo same !
principle as tbo former ones, which is '
tlio wholesale principle applied to re-1
tall buyers, who loin a club of 100, tbo
club standing In the eamo relation to
us that a wholesale purchaser or largo
Tbo pianos are tbo finest, high grade,
brand now regular f3S0 instruments,
anil will go to mombers of this new
club "!" at $107, tllM nnd 237,
according to works, stylo and design.
I heru nru no ilues, no extras, nor any
liability on the part of members for
any possible (allure or shortcoming on
tbo part of the others or any of them.
ONLY ONE CLUU.
This being, as wo bavo stated, an ac
commodation club, ogranlted for tbo
purporu ol accommodating tbo many
poisons who applied f r membership In
our former ones after it was too late to
eccuro a piano, wo shall have but this
onu club, so nil thosa desiring to take
advantage of this rate opportunity lir.il
hotter make application lit onco. Wo
will take uepocinl palnn during this rnlo
to boo that Inquiries reaching
through tbo mail or by telephone re
ceive Iiumodlato attention, In order to
glvo out-of-town buyers every advantage
In securing momborihlp. All Instru
ments handled by us are fully guaran
teed. Money back If not satisfactory.
Kilors l'nliio Houeo, I'nrk nnd Wash
ington etreets, I'ortlund, Oregon, Oth
er largo housoa at Spokane, Ban Fran
cisco and Bacrauionto.
No (live Away. ,
l'athor No, John, you can't have
nmtlini iilnen nf nln.
........... , .
Fon O, pleaeo, pnpaj I won't tell
lamina, honostl Detroit Froo Press. 1
Mlldow on leather and many other
stains may be removed with a little
puro vasoliuo. Hub this Into the
leatbor until qulto absorbed, and then
tarofully polish with a clean (hamoU
leather. This troatmont Is suitable for
almost ovory sort ol leather.
la Krlppo mid boon cured ran apprnclulo
liuw Krutoful I fool tliut nticli n aplcmlltl
in mi'Iiki in I'orntin linn Ix on placed nt
llio door ol ovory Buffering poreon."
Mr., u. Cot all.
Nnfnl HrulplriiM Curari ftf Orlp.
Mm. M. 0. Cooptir, ol tin) lloynl
Acudoiny ol Arte, ol Ixindon, Kngliuid,
now nodding in Wellington, I). 0., In
oiin ol tint greateat living mipltora and
palnlora ol tbo woild. Him aayas
"I Inko pli-nturo In rMoinnismllnp
I'orinm for cntnrrli Rtid In grlppo. I
linvn anlforod for tnontlia, Mid alter tlio
lino of onu botllo of rcriinn I am entire
ly well." Mm. M. 0. Cooper.
1). It. Wnllaco, n charter tneo.bor of
the International llarbora' Union,
writes from IS Western avenue, Min
nuapolla, Minn. :
"Following a revore attack of la
grlppo I tccmod to bo aflocted badly all
"Ono of my etittomum who was
greatly helped by I'oruna advlrod me
to try It, and t procured a bottle the
iinnio day. Now my bond la clear, my
nurvon aro iteady, I enjoy food and rent
well. I'vruna ban heun worth a dollar
a iIoko to mo." I). I,. Wallace.
I.leulennnt Clarice Hunt, of the Bait
Lake Oily brrrai'ka of tlio h'alratlon
Army, writes from Ogden, Utah:
"Two month ago I waa suffcrllng
with no aurore a cold that I could hard
"Our captain advised mo to try I'o
rnnn and procured a bottlo for me, and
truly It vioiked wonders. Within two
weeks I was ontlroly well." Clarice
Conar. .man Yflill'. I.ll.r
Tarboro, N. C.
(Icntlcmcn: I am more than satis
fied with t'arunn and find It to he an
excellent remedy for the (irlp and ca
tarrh. I have used It In my family
and they all Join me In recommending
It a an excellent remedy." George
If. White, Member of Congress.
Mm. T. W. Collins, treaturer Inde
pendent Order Uood Templars, of
Kverett, Waidi., writos:
"After having a sovcro attacc of la
Krlppo I continued In a feeble condition
even alter tlio doctore called mo cured.
Mr blood seemed poisoned. Pcruna
cured mo "Mia. T. W. Collins.
If jou do not dorlvo prompt and sat
isfactory rcmiltx from the uso of I'eruna
write at onco to Dr. Hartman, Riving a
full statement of your ctae, and he wilt
bo ploapod to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hnrtman, President of
Tlio Hartman BanlUiluui, Columbus,
The Dangerous Oluc Eye.
My observation has boon that most
of the bad men of tlio border were blue
eyed. A man with a aolt blue eyo
will alwaya be selected by a bully as a
victim In preferenco to these snapping
black, brown or cold gray eyes. On the
average, men possess about tlio rame
amount of courago, and when the blue
oyed man has been Imposed on suffi
ciently bo resents It; one combat pre
cipitates another, till he gets up a rep
utation which he feels be must live up
to. There Is your fighting man.
Wise Brothers Alwaya on the Alert to
Have tha Lateat In Dental Science.
Dr. Thomas I. Wise, Junior member
ol tlio firm of Wiso Bros., has been In
t. e Kast for the purpose of Informing
himself rogarding tlio latest dlscovorles
in dental science, and baa made him
self familiar with all details ol the
most up-to-date molhoda. Ho bas vis
ited the factories ol dental goods and
tho laboratories ot silvan ed practition
ers. It bas been Ills purpose to bo
come familiar with all that Is best In
American dentistry, which is the recog
nized standard ot tho world. Wise
Bros, realize that new discoveries aro
constantly being made in dentistry,
and, In order to give their patrons tho
best attention they could receive any
wheie In tho world, they have adpoted
tho policy of sending a momber ot tlio
firm Kant each year. Moral: Go to
Wise Bros., dentists, Failing building,
Portland, Oregon, lor the boat dental
Ills Unlucky Choice.
"Mies GInx," began young Gaboy,
"or may I call you Glnevra "
"Call me what you like," eBe said,
with n bright Biullo.
"Well, I like Gin," he whispered.
And thon he reallzod, as sho turned
her phis from him, that bo had blun
dered. Chicago Tribune.
That looks llko nn oxtiavagant state
ment, but wo bellevo you will agree
with us that it can bo dono nftor you
huvo tried in your homo a can of Mon
opolo peacbos, or pears or cherries or
other fruits. Monopole fruits all ro
tain their natural flavor and are packod
where grown In tho heaviest and sweet
est of sryupB. II you want to bo con
vinced that all we say of thorn Is truo,
buy n can bom your dealor. Most
dealers carry Monopole. Wadbams &
Korr Bros,, Monopolo grocers, Portland.
Alight Not Bother lilm.
"Well," said tho choerful wife, who
thought sho had a soprano voice, "If
the worst comoa to tho worst I could
keep the vtolt from tho door by sing
ing." "I don't doubt that would do It," ro
pllol hor poesimlttla husband, "but
suppoEO the wolf should be deal?"
Pain rollovod, sickness prevonted, by
the timely uso ot Hamlin's Wizard Oil.
Keep It always In tho house.
Standing Up for Ills Rights.
"Get out ol hero," growled tha larvao
In tho choeso rind an tho weevil sought
to make an entrance.
"But why," protosted the weovll,
"There Is plonty of room for both."
"But where's your skipper's UconsoT"
asked tho larvae haughtily, Judge,
CHAIIACTCniSTICS OF THE IN
HADTAMTU OF MOROCCO.
(Inuimlit !.in1 of Northern Afrlrn
Turn Uy Kerolt Nelnriillr n (l ircteii
iol,tiiit Curso'l hjr Mlauoverniiieiit
n J Ullit l'umitlcl
Tlio levolt In Morocco, led by a rn
llglous f ihiii tie ii lid prutemler, Omiir
.nriihiinl, agnlnst tlio modern-minded
Hilllim, Muliil Alidul Aziz, lilm nssillii-
ed such propunloiu ns to nlnrin tlio
powers of llnrope ami Ims lireuglit '
about n revival of Inter. t In this
uvcr-turhiilciit country. I
Tlio Miltiiimlu of Morocco, at "tlio
gates of Hnropt1," Is the most north
weslernly of thu African kingdoms
and covers nil nren nbout eipinl to
Hint of the Hlnlo of Texas. Its north-
em nml wcHlorn consts are wuslied
by thu Mediterranean nml the Atlantic
oeenn, wlillo on thu enst It Is hem-,
mud In by Algeria and on the south
hy tlio desert or Knbnrn. The moiiot-1
ony of Its surfneu Is broken hy iho 1
Atlns Mountains, mi Irregular rungu
cxleiidluif tlirmigh thu country from
thu northeast to tlio southwest, afTonl-
Ing n barrier ngulnst tlio hot winds
from the grunt desert. Hcvrral smaller 1
chains hrenk up the country hetween !
thu mnhi rnugu nnd the Atlantic Into'
fertile valleys nnd plains. .Many of,
tlio most elovnled peaks of Norlh
Africa nro found In the Atlas Moun
tains, and tlio summits of these are
always rapped with snow, the clilllln;r
winds that hlow from them down Into
thu valleys, ofttlines making hitter I
eold the nlglita that follow upon days
of extreme bent. In these mountain
aro the aourees of mnny rivers
streams Hint nre ns wild nml unman
ngenhle ns the tribes Hint drink from
MOOItS UllVX TUL AL'TIIOItlTV OK THKIIl SULTAN.
them. Many of these torrents spend
their fury In tho spring mid early sum
mer and aro then lost sight of In tho
Htnannnt Xantl ami Icople.
Agriculture In Morocco Is In n very
primitive state and but a small part of
the arnhle land Is cultivated, owing to
the Innate Indolence of the people and
the lack of encouragement from the
government, families nre not uncom
mon nnd during the best times the
production Is scarcely enough to sup
ply tho wants of the people. Vet. un
der proper conditions of education
and government, Slorocco could be
come one of tho most productive re-
BULTAM OF UOllOCCO.
Kloiis lii the world. Domestic animals
are liumcruus nnd tho wealth of many
of tlio tribes consists entirely lu their
flocks nnil herds. From the skin of
tho nntht! goats tho celebrated Mo
rocco leather Is made, and this forms
the chief occupation of tlio country.
Tlio people of Morocco may bo di
vided Into live races, ltcrbers, Arabs,
Moors, Jews and negroes. Tho ller
bers, who nro tho aborigines, live lu
tho mountains, nnd nro a race of ex
cellent physical development. They
aro courageous, resolute and temper
ate, mnklng the best of warriors and
hunters. The Arabs, who composo
tho greater part of tho rural popula
tion, nru nlso of fine physical build
but are fauatlcs of Jealous disposition.
They nro not prosperous and are fre
quently nt vnrlanco with tho govern
ment. Tho Moors, who aro largely of
Spnnlsh extraction, Inhnblt the cities
and towns. Neither lu body nor mind
aro they strong, and they occupy their
tlmo In pleasure aud Idleness. Tho
Jows nro moro Ignorant than their
brethren In other countries, but aro
shrewd and enterprising, many of
them possessing great wealth. The
majority of thorn nro engaged In com
merce. Tho negroes nro slaves, or de
scendants of slaves brought from Cen
tral Africa. They aro fairly Intelli
gent, but are more stubborn and ma
licious than tho Moors nnd Arabs,
with which two races they lutoriuarry
to n great extent. In genernl the
peoplo of Morocco nro barbarous and
tlcrco. Outlawry Is common among
those who llvo on tho plains, but they
do not nssnsslunto strnngvrs mid trav
elers nnd theft Is seldom accompanied
Kuteil by the Koran.
Morocco Is divided luto n number ot
provinces, In each of which nro from
two to Oftecn small tribes. Koch ot
these tribes lms Its representatives
who, when united form tho council for
tho province. All governmental law
comes from tho precepts of tho Ko
ran, through tho guldlug hand of tho
Bultnn. Tho religion of Morocco Is
Mohammedanism, Christian mission
aries having mado no great Inroads
there as yet.
Of fin "tiles, I'm, Morocco nno" Mo
I ii low. nr. thu most Important. The
Fulton has pnlnres In (he first two
nnd spends part of his time In ench.
Tlio elllei nre enclosed hy wnlls, the
KiKes of which nro closed nt night.
Tin streets hnve no nnmes nnd tbo
houses nre without numhers.
Kiiltnn Mttlnl Ahdul Aziz is n young
limn of great physical strength. He
Is n good horseman, n kef n huntsman, '
nnd Is fond of manly sports. Ho Is
well educated nnd speaks French flu-
CL-fJE FOR A KICKING COW. ,
There Aro Mnnr I'reacrlptlnim, tint ttie
f tildoli'et Is Kecnmmciidcfl.
All old farmer old enough to know
better-anys that the way to cure n
enw of kicking Is to enteh her hy tlio
leg Just ns shu Is nhout to kirk. Hho
Mhoiild he grnsped firmly, as close to
thu hoof ns posslhle, nnd the grip must
not relnx until the kicking Impulse Is
over. Of course the kick must bo
bended off, ns It were, nnd not met
half way, nor even three-quarters wny.
It Is n good Iden to get thu hired man
to accustom himself to this simple
fact, but nt tlio wiiiic time It must not
ho forgotten Hint a good hired man
can easily bo spoiled by careless Inat
tention to directions. j
At first It might ho well to use n
cowcatcher or possibly nn ordinary
fender, together with a cntcher'a mask
nml padded gloves. Naturally It will
Im; well to conceal your appearanco
from the cow as much as posslhle. be
cause so ninny cows nro timid and
easily senred by atrnngc objects. Then
when the cow slightly raises her hoof
nnd shivers apprehensively nlong the
nuklc don't wait for further develop
ments, but grasp the lower leg firmly
and hang on for dear life.
A man named Mulllns had a kicking
cow of fourteen horse-power nnd some
body told him nlwut the grnb-the-Ieg
cure. Mulllns told It to his hired man.
The hired man had had the milking
stool kicked from under him several
times and the milk pall bnttered Into
scrap tin and he said he would ho glad
to try the recipe. So he put on a pil
low for a chest protector and Jumped
for tho leg as soon as he saw the pre
"Well, sir, ho went through the sta
hle window ns neat as you please, tak
ing the sash along with him. When
Mulllns reached him ho was as dazed
as a mudlark.
" 'Xearthquake?" be feebly muttered.
"No," sold Mulllns, "the cow kicked
"Cow kicked mc!" the hired men re
pented. "I wonder how It happened-"
"I wonder?" said Mulllus.
But Mulllns thought bo knew,
though ho hesitated about saying so
for fear of hurting the victim's feel-Ings-and
he was hurt enough already.
The trouble was that the hired man
was so awfully cross-eyed that he had
grabbed tbo wrong leg! Cleveland
Unit a Ilougti Experience.
Thomas J. MInnlck.an Kugllsh news
paper man. sought glory by Imitating
tho old-time American reporter's trick
of having himself locked up In a ISel
glan madhouse to secure a sensation.
The doctors, however, "cot on" to
Thomas and to teach him a lesson
dosed him with vomiting powders.
Next he was put on a diet of sour her
rings nnd no water; at night ho wasn't
allowed to sleep and when ho com
plained ho was told that ho had a
tumor In his brain and was Imagining
III treatment. He would feel better ns
soon na the tumor was cut out. When
finally tho doctors tried to chloroform
him and mado preparations to operate
upon mm Thomas disclosed his Identi
ty. But the doctors would not let him
off. They sent him under guard to the
police station, where ho was booked
as an Impostor -.ml for obtaining tho
county's charity under false pretenses
HEIGHT Of THE SEASON.
Old dentlemnu (to boy playing foot.
ball on Sunday) Ah, my lad, what
would your father say If ho saw you
playing football on the Sabbath?
Tho Hoy Vc'd better nsk hlnisel'.
That's him kcepln' goal.
Imports to America.
Ono-half of tho Imports Into this
country aro of materials for manu
What has becomo of tho old fash
ioned woman who explained her pov
erty by saying nn elephant stepped on
"I have mado a moat thorough
trial of Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral and
am prepared to say that for all dis
eases of the lungs It never disap
points." J. Early FInley, Ironton, O.
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral
wont cure rheumatism;
we never said it would.
It won't cure dyspepsia;
we never claimed it. But
it will cure coughs and
colds of all kinds. We
first said this sixty years
ago; we've been saying It
Tam tliti i Ik., lie, II. All inirWti.
Coa.ott yoar doctor. If h r. uk. It,
th.n do M ho ayi. If h. t.ll. foa Dot
totmk. It, tb.n doo't t.k. It. llo know..
L.of. It wltb him. W. or. wIIIIbk.
J, C ATEIt CO., Low. II, Mui,
Prof. Dolbear Career.
Prof. A. K. Dolbear of Tults college,
has juat celebrated bis alxty-fllth
birthday. For over twentj-Ight years
he has been a professor at Tnfts. He
waa born In the same house In which
Benedict Arnold waa born.
Too Can Get Allen-e Foot Ease TOKK.
Write Allen 8. Olmited, lRoj, S. V., for a
free .ample of Allen's Foot Eue. It cam chil
blain., sweating, damp, swollen, aehlna feet.
It make, new or tleht .noes eetjr. A certain
cure for Corn, anrl liunlons All ilrugslstsaeU
it. 2&c iJon't aecept any substitute.
The Main Queatlon. i
Bramble My wife and I were play-'
ing ping pong last night and the ball
flew into a gas flamo and exploded, set
fire to the window curtains and nearly
burned tbo boose down. i
Thorne Who won the game? Baltl
rmnutDlIr Cun. ffo fit. n.rro(uoo9
ft. flr.t .(..'. n. of tr. Klfa.'.llr. NfTfl
ShImm nAtnr WII V.K tt J.flHtri! hnf U.ond tTMfc
It is Instanced as one of the cuilosl
ties of the memory that people who
! know long pieces of versa by heart fre
quently cannot remember their tele
! phone number. 1
riso's Cure Ii a good couch medicine.
I It has cured coueha nnd colda for forty
years. At aruggisu.zo cenis.
Electrical Manufacturing WMcapread.
While electrical manufacturing is
shown to be chiefly concentrated in
.some six Eastern and two Middle,
states, ttie industry is fairly wlde-
spreau, lis uaia ueing lurnisuou uy no
fewer than nineteen states.
1100 ItEWAUD SIOO.
Tbareadenotthlf paper will be plene4 to
jcarn that tbero Is atleast one dreaded dieaae
ttiatrcleccebai been able to cure In alt lu
tacei, and tbat la catarrh. IJall'tCaUrrhCure
la the only positive cure known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh telne a constitutional dia
eaae. requires a constitutional treatment.
Hall'i Catarrh Cure Is taken lnternallr acting
directly upon the blood and mucous aurfacca
of tbo ay item, thereby destroying th founda.
tion of tho diiwae, and riving the patient
itrenethbybutldlnrup the comtltutton and
aialitlng nature In doing Its work. The pro
prietors bsTe so much faith In Its curat. ri
powers, that they offer Ono Hundred Dollar
for any cue thai It fallsjto cure Send for list
ot testimonials. Address
K. J. CHK.S'EY & CO., Toledo, O
Bold by druggist. 75c.
Hall's Famllx nili are the Uit.
Concestlon In British City.
Birmingham, England, has upward
of 40,000 back-to-back liousrs anil
6,000 cuurts, which are entered hy tun
nels from the street, states the city's
noiuen wm uuu jun. niuaianr aoouwi.
Ing Syrup the bst remedy to use tor their
children during the teething period,
Sugar, cocca, chocolate, pastry,
maize, milk, fat meat, nuts, potatoes, I
eggs, oysters, lobsters, jams and honey
f ' 1 n.tt.l. , .1 ;
bxo a lun ui iud uuu; at tinea ut ujq,
Tlio Kind Yott Ilavo Always
ture ot ciins. ii. 1'ictciicr, nml lias uccn maiio umlcr ms
personal supervision for over ISO years. Allow no ono
to dccclvo you lu this. Counterfeits. Imitations nnd
Just-ns-gootl " nro but Experiments, nml ciulniifrcr tlio
health of Children lixpcrlenco ngnlnst lixpcrlment.
What is CASTOR! A
Castorla is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil. Pnrc
Korlc, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Alorphlno nor other Nareotlo
substance. Its npro is its gunrantec. It destroys AV)rms
nnd nllays I'ovcrlslincss. It cures Diarrlinea nnd AVIiid
Colic. It relieves Teetlilnpr Troubles, euros Cniihtipatlon
nnd Flntulency. It nsslinilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and llowcls, giving Iienlthy nnd natunil sleep.
Tho Children's Pnuaccn Tho Mother's Friend.
The KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
thc e.NT.un COM..NT. rr murhav irHn, new von eirr.
McCAULEY & BURBANK, General Machinists
Mine, Mill and Marine work. General repalri.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO
Poolo Bldg., Foot of Morrison St.
PRUSSIAN STOCK FOOD,
the Greatest Conditioner and Stock Futtester tnovra.
HORDES do more work on lcsa f.ed. COWS sire more and richer
milk, IIQGS grow and fatten quicker If given till. food.
MAKES PIQ8 OROW. GOOD FOR STUNTED CALVES.
lli.T. bta rillna lniMl.n block Food tuwj ihonwtfbl'rM.wl.fc llirtMtb.ia
en .pp.HU nJ miliM ll.s pi. itrow. I lM ull It on Hunt! Mliu ll5l Miurta,
Ei'Ifjl' rK-Mc.ll. FBEE' 68-page Hand
JOHN PQPLO. PORTLAND, ORO.
I'm! ef Aterrl.an ttrt.t,
Csn rte you th tx.t brlni In nol1ra
and F.nflnct, n'lndinllta, lump, and l.n.
rat Marhlnr rr. Wood patting Machlnia a
pMlnltJ Oca us before bujlnf.
DELICIOUS AND TEMPTING
candy to a
Sueen II eo
Are re sdanf pure hrni
er tmltntnlnol. Thoy
are ples.snt and tr
tcctlve ss a remedy
Trr ,rflie. until
br alt druaslits and
rso.ac. by rnall on
2IO Kinds for 16c.
JtUafotctthatHalzer'aaetMaara foand In J
mortKaracnaana on raonrArmaiiianjh
nnj oturr in America, -j ncro u qa
rtMioon for thla. Wt own and etv
rata ortr fto OactTt for tho Drodntv 1
tton orourctiolroaftMa. Inonlcrtoj
i tbo foil owing imprcontM oDttA
For YG Conis Postpaid
tt rt tlffui tbkt
II taxla aUllltalrt1,
prisM (( tarWti..
It rr laa4 radl,
tQitaM aMt Hrlt.
i in aii imoj powurrir 1'inuanioir
I ta)iBtblaiur fhanntnu llur kfinil lutM
laodloUof rbolra Tevrtit4ri. tumlav
a boat U arsrori lxt. lllllUai I
I Up 4Jp. TmdDlf1, llrofnoa, Hprlti,
i u-.( sui iur vutj iu mttuym suu
. UaUn ?4 at kit C0. a Me 4
JOHN A. 3ALZER SEED CO.,
There) la no' satisfaction teener
than bemq dry and comfortable)
when out in the hardest atorm.
YOU ARE SURE OF THIS
IP YOU YEAD
MADE rHBlACKOR YEUOW
) BACKED 6Y OUK CUAKAKTE
AON YOUR DEALER,
ir he n iD not js.Iy vou
f tor otr fr.. fntftlou. of garment, ftiwl hfttfc
.IIotli mr ivlfe and tnTselfbaTe bean
n.lne CAbCAHETS and ther are tha Iwat
meillclae we have efer ba4 In tbe hoase. Lass
iveelc my wife waa trmntlo with be.dache for
twodaja. sue tried aomeof yourCASCAKElTS.
and ther relieved tbe pain tn ber bead almost
Immediately. We both recommend Csacareta.
Plttsbarr Safe & Serxialt Ca, I'liuburt Fa.
. p!t. PalataH. Potent. TMta Qoed. TV)
OwJ. n.i.r sioien. Weaken, or Otli., we. jJc.iw.
( ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
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II EN writing to advertisers picas
uicuuuu .un pit par
Bought lins borno tlio signa
Printing Machinery repaired and rebuilt
rraillin Btm.Jj Co., Sk Nat, Hlaa.
B?J e. pl.ntM tj Umfr vaBk
uBn ssd irunrr lj h.. vWa
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SBHr mi. to p. y s litLi. more wan
jBVV ror.orrr. snd rmp O0rnr
mg rfomor..l IhorArrMt. All nK
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mB Detroit, Mloh.
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