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Is Yo u r
That's too bad ! Wc had no
ticed It was looking pretty
thin and faded of late, hut
naturally did not like to speak
of It. By the way, Ayer's
Hair Vicor Is a recular hair
grower, a perfect hair re
storer. It keeps the scalp
clean and healthy.
"I am mml aneislntdt ollli Avar's llrlr
Vlf'ir ah'l I Ilk It vi-iy Hi in li w.nild l-.-
rialiy rf-Miiiiiiiil II n. ii ti'filht ilrii.tr
fur 111 hall, h !( II .lift ami iiumiMi, ami
prevt-iii In tin tnr frum .i.iiitini at thw
villi! ." MlNhia I'MI I. Vamluiu, Mil ll.
Mad. III J.H At'T Co , l.nwall. Mass.
Alio a'auufaolurars Itt
I'll I V
"Of courtio v In lllM-Nll't Mil' (lUlMM-
lom nlMiiit ngc"
"Sit. 1 ' h 1 1 1 1 1 : y when tlii' fjiiTl-.l
about her kin JiihI h;i)h nothing, Imt
"Ye. T If flic KM) H It n t lil it.; mIid lies
low." riillmli'liililii I'rem.
In Mrrllnv Ilea.
"Wlmt r "u working ut now
"I'ur III l.i( tliri-p lii i I mvi heen
winking under llin head of 'unfinished
"I ley? Wlmt r
"Just movril Into n new (iiMim',
Metier M 1 1 1.
"('nn yon recommend thin phono
cm li 7" queried tin' prospective pur
chancr. "i cm, Imt It iMti't in'i''NHiir.v, ' re
plied tlic dealer. "It speak for it
!'." Mothers will rrnl Mrs. Wlnslow B.M.triln
ru I h" t si fined r In nau lor their thlldruu
3urltif thu Uethlug jivftiHl.
Fimt Interne - Wlmt n funny little np
pcmlij that l.iit patient It it I !
Second lutrriiv Yi'; regular comic
"Krlu htr.l hy l-'alao Klrr."
"I'm afraid to take fencing leiutom,,
for 'tin such an exhausting exercise."
"Not n Mt of It. Who told you so?"
".Miillo l.i taking tin-in, n ml she al
ways Id talking nlxnit how hIio feints
no often while she' practicing." Hal
Hi. Vitus 1'ani-a ana ll Ni-rv'iia Pta-aNi
iM'rniaiianuy run-d it. mum a "ri-ai
vrv Hcai'irer, Menu inr r ii r. r. s J i rial nniii" ami
Uratlso. lit. II. JL K im. , Ixl.. SJl Arch MU, l'LHu..l'a.
Kr it I Ilmlirri,
"IIk nm n lar.y world. deacon," r
imirkcd Uruddab Sunllowcr.
"iK'fd ft nm." replied Deacon Ded-Is-rry.
"Vi'iin, nali. V.t yon win to tt'll wmie
jmmi U di'y cud reach do seventh hi-licii
lr of I'h.irj;!' dry would iihk. you wlu-n
(lit fU'vutor wiih Kolni; uiu"
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
C'olilly ( Irnliilliihr,
"Vini Hhoiild hci' what lie writes to
Hie," nald the Heiitlliient.il Rlrl.
"YeK," rejoined MIhh Cayenne ; "hut
the (juerttloii In. will ho kIiow iih much
I'litlniHliiHiii In drnwIiiK u cheek for tho
KriM-er'H Mil na he doen In i-oiiiininliij; a
love letter?" Washington Stur.
And system disordered
Catarrh Ia not merely nn Inflammation of the tissues of the hcafl and
thrint, nstho Fymidonis f rinprinjj noises in the cars, mucous dropping back
into the throat, continuaUiawkiti? nnJ pj.itting, etc., vouM poein to Indi
cate: It 1.4 a Llood disease in which tho entiris circulation nrul the cre.iter
Iart of the sy.stc::i ure lnvolvc.1. Catarrh h due to the presence of nn excess
of uric ncij in t!:e Llood. 'Die Liver, Kidneys nml Boweb frequently be- ,
cotne torpid n:ul dull In their action and iustead of carrying olt the refusa
find waste of the body, leave It to pour and form uric acid in the pysteru.
This li taken up by the 1 lood and throurrh it3 circulation distributed to all
parts of the system. These iainurities
me uiuereni mcmoranca ana iissucs oi lae uouy, nna me contracting
of a cold will start the secretions nnd other disgusting nnd disagreeable
eymptoms of Catarrh. As tho blood goes to all parts of the body the ca
tarrhal poison aflects all parts of the system. The head has a tight, full
feeling, nose continually stopped up, pains above the eyes, slight fever
comes and goes, tho stomach is upset and the entire pj-stem disordered and
I had Catarrh for about fifteen fCCtf ' ? ,S StQ
yean, and no man could hovo tunc to try to cure Catarrh with sprays,
lioen worn. I triod ovorythintr washes, Inhalations, cts. f.ucli treatment
I could linur of, but no Rood ro- ... , ' , , ,
uitud. I then bntrari s. S. s., nd does not reach the blood, ami can, therefore,
could Boa a llttlo Tmprovomont do nothing more than temporarily relieve
from tho flrt bottls. and attor , . . . , "W.
t.iii... it ni.n.. ...i. iX i thi discnttiforr nf t'ir trorl.l.v To euro
l'hia wna six yearn anro, iiu'l I ani Catarrh
Catarrh U la llooJf dUoaaa. and thoroughly purified nnd ther.ystotu cleansed
know thers ia tiothlnw on eart U 0f a
Nobody tUiuku mora of B. 8. 8. strengthened and built up. Kothing equals
than I do. . . ., MtJttAXSOIi. S. S. . for thU trarnnsc. It ntt.icka the
every symptom disappears, the constitution is built tip and vigorous health
restored. M. ft nlun tnnpil lir thrt Rlnmnrli ntiil 1nTclitr nnd nrtft fl.4 fl
fine tonic to the entire system., If you are suffering with Catarrh begin the
use of . S. S. oud write U3 a statement of your case and our physicians will
send you literature about Catarrh, and give you special medical advice
fritliout charge, q, g. is for sale nt all first class drug stores.
turn yrvr nrli (ilmhrr.,
When all hai heeil Kiild there In no
It.V on (; rl li whei e inerlL Ja Ho iiili Jy
eroiiiei mid I'ewardeil MM III New
ol d. A hoy enter I lie aervli e of II
illloMil eiiinral Inn Mild lit Hie lit,'" of
i he la Kolirral liillinurer of a Uleat
I t-ii I'M 1 1 Kfliiii, True, he Ij.ia a din
HnpilMheil lawyer and NlaleinMii for
ill liiii'le, Imt he Ktiil'tH nt the liottoiii,
iml hln iroiinit Inn Ik due lo hln own
'xeilloii. Sii'h la the. career of Orcn
II. II. V leeln lid. II hr.'lliein.'l II ultle
ut ni!l, rnKex hlmielf In a mIi irt ie.
'ii lo the l'f fchleliey (if the Mel -n"ll-
I.iii ll'illuay I 'uiiipaii.v. tlthlu two
;eiiel at iolia nil the K iect a ill hi r for
lilliea of New York have heeii iiiado
Keward of merit eomea iiilrkl.v In
other Ih'lda. ChiilleH I;. 1 1 iifhex, n
iliiia r:i 1 1 ely olmiine hnv.ler, U se
! ' t ' I to l ondii' t mi linpoi taut Invea-
k:ition In whli h the w h de eoimtry la
lliterrvted. Wlliiollt liMVlllrf prevlotlily
held olhi'C, II Very llovlce, he la made a
governor.- Ilrntidwnv M;u'nliie.
I linnu In I iillnn limnlnf.
l"lMt fill 1 1 vii I loll nf eotloil, iih Intro
duced hy the ArkaiiHiia exielliiietit Kta
llon, la Undine' favor with the lint
Kriiuf-r of that htate over the old
inethod of hill tillage, III" ndvaiitajri"
helm; 'li the Havlut; of lahor and emri
oiny of need, Mild, It Ih di't hired, II hetter
I'nder old prartlce. aaya Southwest
Mai; ilue. the hoI wiih thrown 1 1 J In a
.'.mow and the wed aown continuously
In t drill. I. atrr the Jilalita were lliln
lied to n hIiixI'' ht.Hid hy hoelliK the
entire Hiilfaee of the cotton row and
c titling away nineteen of every twenty
Flat cultivation ronalata of thorough
ly 1 1 rfj ii r i i if the Meed hed ami planting
the iiittou III eheeka ek'hteeli to twenty
four liu hea iijiart In M drill, to en.thlo
I'ultlvatloii In ImiIIi dlrc'-tloiiM, a inethod
that will naturally li'nwn the work of
the choiier and nave a greater part of
A Hiirc r.
FlrMt Author- oh, tin nnutternhle
inoiiotoiiy of exNteiiee! I am thor
oughly dlHiiHted with It all. Would
that I Inlaid coinjiIeLdy diH.tiiear for
'Ve.find Author Then why don't you
marry u fniuona woman? .ludk'c.
lb. 1a ul I. -.
"Your htisliii ml naya ho would walk
on hot plow aha ren for you," Mia.
I.tu kle," aald nn envloua nelhUir.
"Yea, Ix'canse he knowa he doeKii't
have to," retorted the wife, bitterly.
"Hut Jimt watch hla expression when I
nsk him to hrlng up n rnuttle of coal."
Riiua llv I'.rlli'aril.
"Ih Jimmy, de porch cllmher, a
star?" asked the j;recn k'oolM man.
"Naw!" replied the safe cracker. "He
UKctl to he a star, hut now we cull him
"Ami why de nun?"
"liisuuse lie Is ulwaya Kettlnu apot
ted." Where in I.HnuuMitra A rrr Hpokrn.
WliinljH'it la wln-re tlii-y do third's.
Tliia Is really tho plaeu where the fron
tier was uhalixheil hy the resl esla'o
r'2icrlr' A kiliudoiu Is old daily
Wiuuipes. nn iiiiny ia inarched in
mil to occupy it over iii:lit.
The yards of the ( '.inadinn l'neilie rail
wny olonu in Wiiiuipe have over VJO
miles of trnckn'e, nm! they need it. The
luimih'riHitH come hy hatialioii KnK'K.li
tneu in caps, Scoleliiniii in honnels, 1 '. r e
Idii I'rencli in tilue eoaii, ( Senna ns,
Swedes, Norwegians, AiiMrians, Memjoii
lies, i.'iilieiaus nil manner of furtive
folk and wild.
There are fifteen known laiiRiiacea In
tho Winnipi'K ncIiooIh, and n lot too late
to classify. When you see n atrnner you.
rntinot tell whether or not lie is within
the riinpp of hiiainn apeech. Vou bitterly
reth-ct only that he is om of those wliol
nnve wiped out uie oni irontier. lost it
forever to those who love ttiu wildorueaa.
In the blood irritate and inflame
permanently the blood must be
poisons, and nt the same time) '
nt Its head, roes down to the very
iKittom of the trouble and makes ncompleta
fitpj . lasting cure. kS , 5. 8. removes every
Imiiicic oi i no cauimnu poison jiuiu uiu
ilood, making this vital stream pure, fresh
and healthy. Then the Inflamed mem
branes begin to heal, the head Is loosened
and cleared, the hawking and spittingcea.se,
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA. 1
"I'M I understand you to my that
Iny liiieal nnee hail Iiiii i i d V" ' No,
I aahl yon looi.i d more1 like yoinsi l:."
"lienr KoU-rt, I lnt"iid to Khan- nil
your caiva." "I'.uf, my .et, I have no
iaien," "I menu alter we tiro mar
ried." Mil Konde Jlhilier.
lirlKH My v.itv hail a hlithd iy ye
telihi. and we took a day "IT. lir'.'.'t
When mme Iiiih a hirlh lay .lie lak a
!l ear "IT. OlKHellH Jolll'lilil.
Ilailhiiiu I want n j,"""! revoher.
Ileah r A hi X hlmoter? ilalHiiai II. t
ler maki- It a nine hhoolor. It'a lr
u cut m U d or. Ally Moper.
"I'o )ou know, my hUMoand, had it
tel'l lhle iiihit of Hlei-iin In rli.ll'ca, but
he hroke hlm-elf o it:" 'II.a'"
"(Jave up kidk'." Sketchy lilt.
Teacher--What la u coal niac in te,
Toiiiii.lcjr 'lo.i.mle I don't kiii,,
madam; I only thought tiior-e tlnn.i
L-oiinf 111 cheche! ioliueia .Si uteMnan.
Al K-donary - And do ion feiiow iu;li
ln whatewr of religion' Caiiiiiii.il
Well, we ol a la.-.ie of It wiieu th -Inst
inlNhioiuiry wua Inn1. C'JcvcI.ui'l
HoU-l t.s -I'oor WilllamH died utnl left
u wile and three children. J'ju-f ,
That'H iiothlhK. He wat too mean to
taku them unywhere when he was liv-Ili4.-
l'l'lelld -I MlpMN the hahy Is fond
uf you 7 l'apa i'oud of me 7 Why he
hh-ejm all day when I'm not ut home
niid stays up all nlKhl Ji'-t to eiijoy
my society ! New a.
Mrs. I'.ackpay 4 roiMl. iiioriiln;', Hi r
Will you take ch.lil'7 111 -lalluic.it
House ddliitor No, thank ou,
imi'ain. I've come to take the plali).
I-'irst Thespian--And the audience,
my liy, juh' should have seen them.
They were filled to tln lr seat.s. Sei
oml l'itlo -Ah, a K'oisl of kee.diii;
them there. - llystander.
The I'omlin; (Sliest 1 see you charge
live shllllnjcs lor u room. When I was
Irere III I eceliiher you only charged
three shillinit.s u day. Tin- Landlady
--Ah. hut the daya ure longer now.
I'lrr-t Man I low do you do? Sec
ond Man I '.eg pardon, hut you have
the iidvitiitc.Ke of me. First Man Yes,
1 suppose I have. We were eiutKsl
to the same fcirl ; hut you married her.
Suhiirhari Host (to unoxpivted sup--r
guest) Now then, Miss I1o!imj:i.
will you have a little of this rahhlt
p!e or T or (looking round find dis-i-overlng
there la no other dish) or
not? The Tattler.
"When I was coming home hist
night." said Miss Skeery, "I saw a man
skulking along In the shadow. Oh,
if '.-. A
in I how I ran!" "An" inuldn t you catch
hy;hliuV" Inquired her little brother, iu
i nocently. Cleveland leader.
The F.hlcst Hope Who's that, ma?
Ills Fond Mama Tsh. '()rav. that's
the gentleman that married me. Tho
FIdest Hope Then, It that's the gen
tleman wot married you, wot's pa do
ing In our house? The Sketch.
Visitor (to artist's young wife)
Whatever were you two laughing over
so Just now? WH'i Oh, It was such
fun! My husband painted and I cook-
wl. JUid then we both guessed what the
thing were meant for. Tutlcr.
A who wn ..hurge.l at tho Will-
lesden jiollco court with Intoxica
tion and using bad language pleaded
pullty to the first part of the charge,
lidding: "As to the language, I know
nothing about that because I'm deaf."
"That young student upstairs must
have a tremendous correspondence,
postman; you always have letters for
him." "Yes; 1 quarreled with him
. i. . i i. ii i.
once, ami ever since no semis muiscu
a laist card every day, so 1 have to
mount live (lights of stairs to deliver
Miss Withers You are Uushli-.j;,
Coy a ! What was tUit clumsy partner
of yours saying? Miss Kuisely oh,
nothing: only that before he met mo
life Beemcd u desert to him. Miss
Withers That Is no reason why he
should wnlta like u dromedary, U U?
Town und IVmntry.
They had U-eu inarrltHl Just seven
months and nineteen days by the
almanac. "To-morrow," she nnnoumvd,
will bo my birthday. What nro you
goliitf to get for me, tJiHirgeV" "I
haven't the least Idea, my dear," re
plied her husband. "1 read In last
night's paper about a Kansas man who
got ti second-hand overcoat and for
bis wife, but I'll probably not m so
luck v." Chicago 1 tally News.
"Don't take It so html, Mr. Play
man," Bald the young woman, mock
ingly. "There are other girls, you
know' Tllore's Ml (irumpllns, Sail
inilIllKril Kato IsnoggleS and Fi,
Itlllwliik. Any one of them would
innko a better wJfo for you than I
would." "I know' lt," ho said, swallow
lag a lump In his throat nnd turning
to go. "If any one of those four girls
had snlil 'Yes,' do you supiKise I would
,ver uavo thought of coming here for
ia wlfe? Answers.
1Iow eil8y lt to 6UgKest a reinwJy
.or otn,,r neouio'n Hist "
MRS. DH PASSE
0f: iNLYV YORK CITY
"I Cnieoiiled Pitvenil I'bydeliiriH, hot
They id Me N'oJool. I'e ru-till
nml M.iii ii-lin Helped Me.
- jc n : S. y . j. x .
MRS. ALINE Dr PASSE.
Mrs. Aline' ImlVi-M-, 770 K. 15th
Kt., New York, N. V., writ's:
"It idy l me pleasure to testify to
lh- curative qualities of I'l-runa and
M: rial In.
"I was nfTII'ted for
ye: tk with iiilarih of lln
and di'-eslive i'1-aiis.
many physicians, hut th
v diu lu e no
"fine day I happened to read some
lesi Imoiil.ii in your Feruna almanac.
I r.ci(!, ( to try Ivrun.i utnl Manal'.n.
I l)i!i;ht a bottle of evch, nnd after
ti'klng t tii-iii for a wer-k I noticed a
chanj-'C lor the better. Fo I ktpt lr
up, and lifter usln;; twelve bottles I
was perfectly cured.
"I ulso leave the rnedleino to my
children and they bail the eimo bene
ficial result. I would never be with
out thei.e remedies in the bouse.
"I highly recommend !' Tuna and
Matialin to all my friends, and In fact
to every body."
.Miss '.Mi Id" ied Grey, 110 Welmer
Ft., Appb-ton, Wis., writes:
"It gives me pleasure to recom
mend I'ertir.a for eatnrrh of the
stomach. I had this disease for a
number of years, and could not en
joy a mouthful of food that I ate.
It 'was Imb ed a great relief when I
hit upon I'eruna, pnd obtained de
cided results from the first. I took
six bottles before I felt entirely cured
of my trouble, but I had an aggra
In I. eil ('lrc)ca.
A plea of insanity met a plea of self
Jefcnse. "Well." Bald the first, "Fin not ho
crazy I don't know you have no busl
aess monkeying in a case with me."
Thereupon they clinched and an un
written law that had Imk-ii loafing
around In ho's of a Job took to the
woods for Bufety. I'hiladelpUIa
A motor driver was fined $115 in the
town of Fast Wo'seley, Kngland, tie-'
oth'-r day for passim; a cart on the wronj
ENGRAVING Write Us
ST. HELEN'S HALL
A Girls' Rcliool el tlie liinlieM clan, t'ollei
Hti' ili urtUM nt. Mniic. Art. Klocution. (jyiu
l.asium. Full term n;iens September li.
SEND fOR CATALOGUE
The great house of Sherman, Clay A
Co., pioneer Pacific coust piano dealers,
purchased tho entire system of et res ol
the Allen & Ciilbert-Kamaker company,
July 1, 1 ! 6. The first year lias juid
closed nml it lias been a year of marked
success. The people of the Northwetd
have become wearied by the numerous,
almost continual, "special," "fake,"
ami sptctacular piano sales, in which
they were supposed to be able to buy a
5t)0.(K) piano for $38.00, etc.
Fherman, Clay i& Cornjiany came into
this territory without blare of trum
pet?, inaugurated no opening or special
sale, but simply (dated thut they were
ready for business. Kvery piano and
organ was marked in plain figures and
thus a child could buy any instrument
mi cheaply and safely as could a state
senator, or any one, anywhere, could
order by mail and secure the same
price and terms tis he could by visiting
The results lmvo shown that the
people appreciate such a policy. The
business came sales increased in num
berorders came from far and near by
letter, telephone and telegraph. The
business grew by lonp9 and bounds.
We understand that even Sherman,
Clay A Company were surprised at the
rapid development of trude.
Doubtless the great success was large
ly due to the fact that Sherman, Clay
it Company's reputation bad preceded
them, for they have been selling pianos
tit the conrnp r of Kearney and Sutter
streets, Sun Francisco, for over thirty
tive years and every Californian will
vouch for the integrity of the house and
tho reljability cf their pianos. Such
pianos us the woi Id celebrated Stein
way, Knabe, F.verett, Packard, and
such player pianos us the Angelus, A.
11. Chase, and the many other reliable
makea whioh they sell would mark any
concern as "The House of Quality."
This is the name by which their stores
ore recognized oveiywhere. They have
a perfect chain of uteres from Canada
If you want a piano, write them for
catalogue and prices. They will send
you full Information. Their principal
Northwestern stores are located at Port
land, Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Ever
ett, and Uellingham.
PASSING OF THE DEACON.
Title In ll to lli- I. oat rne nf ll
Olir-'l lm lte rreiire.
It Is a pity, If true a. reported, that
the ollli e of deacon hn ceased to lie
re;:irded wltli I. -nor by members of the
Protectant churches in New Fughiiid,
says the .North 'American Itcvimv. Time
van when lie- title co.ifdreil dlstine
lion and honor, atel was inulit with
us gnat diligence im could Is- consid
ered seemly by cuod and pioil.-i men.
Oie ! aciiiir d, too, it i roii I it a
marked, though lliico.isclous, change in
Mie demeanor of tie- p iHessor, who
forthwith became graver and more
chary of spce-'h, except In saying grace
nt tab'e and. In the really old days, at
the beautifully "la.ple home service
known as "family prayers." P.ut. as
the spirit of irreverence gradually i"T
iiejite unr'-geiierated days, stories of
uncouth humor were iiiii about the
deacon im a central figure, mini.' pa
pers depleted him chletly ns Indulging
on the Hly n liking for a horse, race,
nnd, nil in all, the title continued to
lose Its former dignity and significance
until now, as we are told. It is not only
no iong.T sought, but rather generally
Although perhaps sometimes forgot
ten. It Is a fact, scarcely surprising to
those given to Investigating the ori
gins of customs, that widows are di
rectly resj-insiide for the earliest a;-point.-neiit
of church officials of the
class we have In mind. When the nes
tles realized the necessity of providing
Isjdlly sustenance for those who were
In attendance on their ministrations
they made the reijulslte arrange
ments; but apparently the distribution
w as unsystemiitlcnl, and presently the
f; reclaim were egged on by their widow
folk to complain that the Hebrews
were obtaining more than their fair
share of the provender.
U'hercuixm the twelve took counsel
nnd decided that, since it 111 bc'uuie
them as spiritual teacher to serve the
tables, the appointment of certain
biethren of good repute to superintend
the business was In every way desir
able. Seven were chosen Stephen,
who subscpuntly wa.s famed for his
faith and good works; Philip, another
admirable man; Froehorus ; Men nor,
Tlmon. I'armenas and the proselyte
Mcolas and they were designated fit
tingly from the nature of their task as
deacons from the Greek dlakonos or
Its Latin derivative diaconus, meaning
attendant, or one who serves. That
the.se first members of the order jer
furuied well their work Is evidenced
by the fact that the widows ceased to
murmur and by their own rapid ad
vancement In authority, until some
were permitted to preach and even to
do miraculous deeds.
To this day In the Methodist Episco
pal Church, deacons are ordained by
the bishop and may serve as traveling
preachers, solemnize marriage and ad
minister the rite of baptUm. In the
Congregational bodies, they seldom
preach, but often read a sermon In the
absence of the pastor, and Invariably
distribute the elements of the com
munion. They are also supiwsed to act
ns almoners after the fashion of Ste
phen and Philip, and In some States
are empowered to hold as trustees the
property of the church. In the very
early days there were deaconesses also :
but. as the widows generally selected
apparently did not enjoy being classi
fied as "of mature age," the practice
fell Into disuse, although the order Is
still maintained In Germany, and to
a limited degree by various sects In
I'nlque Melhnil of Antuiuatleallj
IlteKlaterlnic the Dity'a Work.
An exceedingly unique device for use
In barber shops as a check on the bar
tiers Is the reivnt Invention of a Texas
man. In all modern, up-to-date barber
shops It is customary to give each cus
' tomer procuring a shave an application
of bay rum. witch hazel or other facial
toiih'. Such being the case, the Inven
tor has arranged the mechanism of his
device whereby each time a bottle Is
removed and an application is given
the fact Is automatically registered on
a dial. Obviously the register Indicates
the number of customers procuring n
shave, etc. In using this Invention
three bottles for containing different
tonics are employed one for bay rum,
one for hair tonic and probably one for
a shampoo tonic used, respectively, af
ter shaving, halr-cuttlug and shampoo
lug. A separate register Is provided for
each bottle, In order that an accurate
Indication will bo made of the day's
work. The owner of the barber shop
can thus readily ascertain the number i
of customers accommodated during his
absence and the uniount each spent.
When authority spoils a man, it Is
also apt to be hard on those over whom
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or more, compounded twice
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let, "P-ankmg by Mail," anl
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Del.verf Mucb Qulckar Writs Us To?if
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Before Going Elsewhere
DR. B. C. WRIGHT,
342S Washinston St. Portland, Ortfn
OmoIIim Eirlnn ud Zrrl
W&Urloo Well Drills
Bnflt (wrinllr for wort
In Uie nort h wt, lri 1 1
intc ni tUhtnti tfHlL
V cirry are torit.
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ery who tm. VV J1 d rt t lerV
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