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Is certain if
you take Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
This great medicine cures those eruptions,
pimples and boils that appear at nil seasons;
cures scrofula sores, salt rheum or eczema;
adapts itself equally w ell to, and also cures, dys
pepsia and all stomach troubles; cures rheu
matism and catarrh; cures nervous troubles,
debility and that tired feeling.
S a rsata b s— For those who prefer medicine In tab
let form. Hood’s Sarsaparilla is now put up in choco
lated tablets called Sarsatabs, as well as in the usual
liquid form. Sarsatabs have identically the same
curative properties as the liquid form, besides accu
racy o f dose, convenience, economy,—no loss by evap
oration, breakage, or leakage. Druggists or promptly
by mail. C. 1. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass.
N ln ir e r ’.
L u n s i.
Poor C h r l.Im u
C o lo r «
A ffe c t M e n t a lity .
There are good aud evil effects even
In color, not only in the inartistic ar
rangement of them to the trained eye
of an artist, hut In plain every-day red
and blue aud greeu, to say nothing of
According to Medical Talk for the
Home, If a person were confined In a
room with purple walls, with no color
but purple around him, by the end of a
month he would be a raving madman.
Scarlet has even worse effects. Blue Is
very depressing; hence “ the blues.”
Green Is quite soothing, and yellow
also has good effects on the vision aud
spirits of most people.
P a l e , T h in ,
Mrs. C. K. Tyler, Burlington, Vt.
says s “ The cares o f a large farm, so
much to do aud so little health to do L
with, caused almost a complete break
down; blood poor and thin: no strength,
little sleep. Hood's Sarsaparilla gave
appetite, natural sleep, perfect health,
strength to do all my work."
G u a r a n t e e d under the Food and Drugs Act, June 30, 1900.
The singer at the end of the practice
aria panted heavily. “ I sang one hun
dred and ninety-six notes that time,”
he said, “ without once taking breath.”
‘‘ Indeed! That must be a record.”
“ No. The record is held by Cour-
tlce Pounds. Pounds sang three hun
dred and sixteen notes without respir
ation In 1898. The record previous to
that was held by Farlnelli. with three
hundred notes. Norman Salmond has
sung two hundred aud eighty-seven
notes In this way. The average man
could hardly sing fifty notea without
breathing; to the singer two hundred
would he nothing.—-Philadelphia Bulle
H a r m o n l o l l . R e la t i o n « .
F a re ,
A delegation of fellow townusmen re
cently called on Rufus K. Cmnbs, of
Midway, Ky., to congratulate him on
the receipt of a Carnegie medal.
As his friends were taking leave
Mr. Combs wished them all a merry
"And I hope,” he ended, “ that you’ll
have a more bountiful dinner than fell
to the lot of a young friend o f mine
“ He, the poor chap, wus stopping at a
cheap New York boarding hc.use, and
on Christmas day, after he had eaten
a turkey neck, a potato and a splinter
of sodden mince pie, the landlady said
to him, as be rose just as the weak
coffee was brought ou :
“ ‘Oh, don't leave thme table, Mr.
“ ‘I must, madam.’ said Smith, grim
ly. ‘I t ’s hard wood, and tny teeth are
not wbut they used to I m >.' ”
Monday, March ♦
Waal ington, March 4.— W ith a new
record for large appropriat ions and far-
reaching legislation, the Fifty-ninth
congress was brought to a close shortly
after noon today. The last few hours
Were tame by comparison with what
had been expected.
Extreme fatigue, due to continued
night sessions in the house during the
last week, had a dampening effect upon
many congressmen and the usual exees
sive “ last day” enthusiasm was con-
lined to lees than half the membership.
Vice President Fairbanks and Bpeak
[er Cannon received the thanks of the
minority for the impartial manner in
which they had presided over the delib
erations of the two houses, and both
made speeches expressing gratitude at
the words of appreciation.
A feature of the house session was
the presentation of a club silver service
[of 300 pieces to General Grosvenor by
his colleagues of the Fifty-ninth con
gress. In addition to the songs and
stories that usually mark the close of a
[session, the entire house of representa
tives waved flags and sang "M y coun
try, ’ tis of thee” as the gavel fell at
12:15 P. M. In the senate the last of
the proceedings was a speech by Vico
Sunday, March 3.
Washington March 3.— Beginning at
11 o ’clock today, by far the largest ¡art
of the session of the senate was devoted
to a filibuster by the Democrat senators
aguinst the ship subsidy bill as it puss-
ed the house, and when the senate ad
journed a few minutes hefore midnight
the bill was still pending.
C o n sta n cy .
sequently the measure must be returned
to the house for action. The bill
intended to make it possible fora farm
er to establish stills of limited capacity
for the manufacture of alcohol to he de
Thursday, February 28.
Washington, Feb. 28.— The senate
today passed without division the bill
extending government aid to the Alaska
Yukon-Pacific exposition to be held
Seattle in 1900 and debated for several
hours the denatured alcohol bill, reach
ing no conclusion on the latter measure
The conference report on the army
appropriation bill was presented and
by the senate’s receding on the point
in controversy— its provision for the
retirement of paymasters' clerks— a
complete agreement between the two
Washington, Feb. 28.— General de
bate on the ship subsidy b ill in the
house teminated at 2:15 p. m. today
whereupon the bill was read under the
From that time until the recess at
o ’clock amendments were offered and
the discussion proceeded thereon. The
leaders on both sides were drawn into
By a vote of 112 to 127 the house de
feated an amendment offered by Lit-
timer excepting tire Sierra, the Sonoma
and the Ventura, of the Ocaenic line
from the operation of the provision ein
powering the postmaster general
make contracts with citizens of the
United States for carrying the mails on
steamships. This was regarded as
test vote in relation to the Pacific
A story is told of General Sir Alfred
Washington, March 3.— More than
Horsford, who believed lu a celibate an hour was spent by the house in ob
army. A soldier once sought his per taining a quorum today, but when the
Wednesday, February 27.
mission to marry, saying he had two necessary number was secured, business
Washington, Feb. 27.— After listen
good conduct budges and $23 In ihe
ing to an argument by Patterson of
savings bunk. “ Well, go away," said the day’s session was given to consider Colorado in fuvor of government owner
Sir Alfred, “ and If you come back this
ship of railroads, the senate today
day year in the same mind you shall partial report on the LaFollette railroad agreed to the conference report on the
On the I b*11 weie “ucepted and the sundry civil, river and harlior bill.
marry. I'll keep the vacancy.
annlverasry the soldier repeated Ills pension and general deficiency appro made against the redaction from $650,
priation bills were agreed to in full.
request. “ But do you really, after
000 to $250,000 of the amount for im
year, want to marry?” “ Yes, sir, very By an almost unanimous vote the house proveinenta in the Mississippi river he
R e fu s e d to W ith e r A w a y .
agreed to stand by its measure regulat
tween Cairo and St. Louis by Hopkins
Miss Ascum—Jack Hanson Isn't fat,
ing employment of railway telegraph
name down. Yes, you may marry. 1
Ciillom, Stone, AtliBon and Overman
ers to nine hours.
The smaller amount prevailed.
Miss Newitt— Not at a ll; he’s quite never believed there was so much con
stancy In man or woman. Right face.
graceful and muscular. Why?
Saturday, March 2.
Miss Ascum— I happened to mention Quick march!” As the man left the
Washington, Feb. 27.— Humphrey of
Washington, March 2.— The house
him to Miss JUter, and she said: “ Oh! room, turning his head, he said: “ Tank
devoted most of its time today to con Washington held the center of the stage
you, sir. It isn't the same woman."
Isn't he disgustingly stout?”
sidering the senate amendments to the for a considerablbe time today during
Miss Newitt— Ah, yes. She rejected
sundry civil and agricultural appropri t he debate in the house on the ship sub
C o l o r S c h e m e in S o a p .
him some weeks ago and she's mad tie-
A woman who wanted soap of a ation bills. The senate amendments sidy hill. He had a hot exchange of
cause he didn't plue uway.— Philadel
to the sundry civil bill directing the compliments with Sullivan of Massa
certain make asked for a blue cake.
chusetts about the attitude of the Dein
“ It doesn't come In blue," said the department of Commerce and Lalior to
ocrats on the Japanese controversy.
clerk. “ It Is made lu yellow, white
A W a r m P r o p o s it io n .
He said he would not vote to report
conditions of female and child labor,
Little Jimmie— Pop likes you bet- aud green."
any bill that would not provide that
The woman seined disappointed and relating to a further examination of the flag shall go to the Philippines
ter'n lie did Jane's other fellow.
black sands, appropriating $125,000
June's New Beuu—And why does he finally bought another brand o f soap
for the trnsportation of silver dollars He charged the Democratic party with
In the desired tin t
trying to keep ttiis country from hold
Little Jimmie— ’Cause you got red
“That Is a queer fad," said the were disagreed to anil a further confer ing communication with the Philip
ence ordered. The night session lasted
[ clerk, when she had gone out. “ Many
pines “ in order to bring disgrace upon
Jane's Beau— Eh! But I don't see i women
our administration of those islands
I scheme to such extremes nowadays
Washington, March 2.— By a roll call They hope to inveigle us into a war
Jimmie— Pop says 'twon t be half so : .. . ..
thnt mat,.Ilpi. the
hard to heat the parlor with you In ! tbat they use soap tnat matclles ,he vote of (12 to 1, the senate today in with Japan, to make us so weak tliat
structed its conferees upon the pension Japan w ill attack us, and then they
It— Cleveland Plain Dealer.
meet this demand manufacturers are I appropriation b ill to insist on retaining hope to ride itto power over their coun
turning out soaps of almost every fhe 18 pension agencies throughout the try ’s disgrace,” he said.
T W IC E -T O L D TE STIM O NY.
known tin t The color they are most country. The house abolished all ex-
A Woman Who Has Suffered Tells deficlent in Is blue."— New York Sun. |Cept the one in Washington.
Tuesday, February 26.
The senate today passed the deficien
How to Find Relief.
T h e S o ft A i m w e r .
Washington, Feb. 26.— The senate
“ I have already said ‘No’ to you, Mr.
The thousands of women who suffer
slightly less than $10,740,000. It was today passed the sundry civil appro-
backache, languor, urinary disorders Vere,” said Miss Bute. " I don't seem amended by the senate by the inclusion! Pr‘a t'on
carrying $114,578,861, an
. . . .
. increase of over $10,000,000 as com-
and other kidney ills, to be able to make myself plain, al of sevreal - j rovisions aggregating
j will find comfort in
000, among which is an item of $15,- pared with the house bill. I t also
“ Ah, Miss Bute,” Interrupted Percy 000 to reimburse Senator Smoot for his passed the Aldrich currency bill by
the words of Mrs.
vote of 43 to 14.
Jane Farrell, of 606 Vere, “you couldn't do that, no matter fight to retain his seat.
The currency b ill authorizes the issu
Ocean ave., Jersey- how you try.”
ance of $10 gold certificates, to the end
“ Well— er—o f course, I shall always
City, N. J., who says:
Friday, March I.
“ I reiterate all I have be glad to have you call upon me, Ur.
Washington. March 1.— I t has been that the $10 greenbacks may be broken
-said before in praise Vere.” — Philadelphia Press.
, years since the house was the scene of " P ,nto •*» »2 and $5 bills for which
i of Doan’s K i d n e y
so general a battle between two great 'lere 18 a « ^ demand. It also au-
A K t « « th at B ro u g h t D e ath .
I had been
' parties as took place today over the thonzes the deposit of customs receipts
; liaving heavy back
ship subsidy bill The bill was passed, l in nat' onul ‘» nk8■1as internal revenue
aches and my general health was affect the strictest etiquette. As Is well but not until it had been defeated,
ed when I began using them. My feet known, a young man Is never left and this fact in itself shows how close ' i r,,m I;*'“ " 0-000 *° *9,000,0°° the na
tional lank circulation that may be re
were swollen, my eyes puffed, and diz alone with his fiancee. Near Malaga the alingment was.
zy spells were frequent. Kidney action a beautiful young girl o f 20 committed
Immediately after the first ballot dis tired in any one month.
was irregular and the secretions highly suicide by drinking a cup o f coffee In cussions began and on the final vote to
colored. Today, however, I am a well which prosphorus had been dissolved. pass the hill as amendmed the work
Washington, Feb. 26.— General de-
woman, and I am confident that Doan's It appears that the girl had been driv done bv the Republican leaders during bate on the ship subsidy b ill continued
Kidney Pills have made me so, and are en to the deed by the adverse com the heat of the battle was made mani throughout the day in the house.
keeping me w ell.”
ments of neighbors who became aware fest. The bill was passed, 155 to 149. ' tule limiting the general delate to five
Sold by all dealers.
50 cents a box. that she had given her sweetheart a
j hours was by unanimous consent
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y .
kiss.— London Mail.
Washington, March 1.— The dena amended so that general debate shall
tured alcohol bill passed the senate to run through tomorrow, with a night
day by a vote of 65 to 1. Pettus of session from 8 o’clock until 11 o’clock,
Alabama cast the negative vote. This when the debate w ill terminate. Mr
I action was taken after the committee Grosvenor was the principal champion
amendment requiring the presence of a of the bill
government storekeeper whenever alco- j The conference reports on the fortifi
hoi is lieing manufactured hud been de- cations and the omnibus revenue cutter
feated by a vote of 47 to 16. The bill bills were adopted. The conference
as passed contains a senate amendment reports on the army and river and har
| permitting rum to he denatured. Con- bor appropriation bills were presented
For Infants and Children.
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Aperteci Remedy forConstìpa
Hon. Sour Stomach. Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
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The Marquis del Grillo, the first
husband of the great Italian actress,
Hlstorl, had as personal valets only
the most quick-witted young fellows
who could help him lu the practical
Jokes In which his eccentric soul de
In one Instance, says a writer In
the New York Times, the marquis was
sitting at a piano, trying some church
music, when a new aiiplicnnt wns ush
ered In. He did not stop playing, or
even glance round, but began to ask
questions. The answers evidently did
not appeal to him, for he suddenly
struck a loud chord and, following the
tune of the music, chanted In a heavy
“ You will not do for me.”
Then he rose, and without a look
at the man started to walk out of the
room. The applicant qnlckly stepped
to the piano, and striking the keys
with both fists, chanted back solemnly
In the saute air:
“ I ’m very glad of It, because I don't
like you a b it!”
Anyone else would have had the man
thrown out for his Impudeuce, but tlie
marquis paused at the door aud smiled
" I guess we shall get on nicely, after
all,” he said, pleasantly.
“ See my
magglordomo and speak to him about
Beatty Will Hold Over.
Washington, Feb. 27.— Judge Beatty,
I of Idaho, has been requested to remain
on the bench to hold the March term
of court, which means that his resigna
tion w ill not be accepted until after
It is understood
that this arrangement is made so that
(the president, in making the selec
tion of a new judge, may have the
I views not only of Senator Heyburn, but
of Senator Borah. No recommendation
can properly be filed until Judge Beat
ty ’s resignation has been accepted. The
president wants to get the right man.
Grant Says He Didn't.
Washington, Feb. 26.— Major F. D.
I Grant, commanding the department ol
I the East, says he did not criticise the
president's attitude on the Ja|«tnese
I question as he was reported to have
done at a recent meeting. General
¡Grant was at the War department on
matter* connect«! with the Jamestown
| exposition, and made an informal
¡statement to Secretary Taft, saying his
Philadelphia speech hail been mis
quoted or misunderstood.
| Grant also wrote a personal letter to
N e rv o u s ?
Then your blood must be in
a very bad condition. You
certainly know what to take,
then take it — Ayer’s Sarsa
parilla. If you doubt, then
consult your doctor. We know
what he will say about this
grand old family medicine.
Sold for over 60 years.
T h I» la th e first question you r doctor would
ask: “ A re your bowel# r e g u la r ? " He knows
that daily action o f th e bowels Is absolutely
essential to recovery. K eep your liv e r active
and your bow el» regular by taking laxative
dotes o f A y e r’ s m ils.
Au ije rs
b y J. O. A y e r Oo., L o w e ll,
Also manufacturers o f
C o u ld S t i l l H e a r S o m e .
“ Doctos, my wife say. she U getting
“ Tell her it's because she Is getting
"Do you believe she Is deaf enough
for that to be safe?” — Houston Post.
Smothers Piles' Pat Bill.
Major Goethsls' Record.
Washington, Feb. 26.— There is tron-
Washington, Feb. 27.— Major G. W
Goethals, named by the president as ble ahead for Kererentetive Cushman,
hief engineer of Ihe Panama canal, heranse he today defeat«) the pet bill
was graduated from West Point in 1880 of Senator Piles, authorizing the ap
and after two years at the engineer* pointment of an appraiser of curtoma
school at W illett Point, N. Y ., was fog for Puget sound. The bill passed the
two years on the staff of General Nel-1 senate and was called np In the h
son A. M ile« as engineer officer of tne when s motion was mode to stterh sn
department of the Columbia, and in amendment removing the office of col-
numerous oilier positions.
He was s lector of customs from Port Townsend
chief engineer of the army corps during to Heattle.
Mr. Cushman objected,
the war with Hpain.
land the b ill was put aside.
The horse can draw the
load without help, if you
reduce friction to almost
nothing by applying
M ic a Axl<
to the wheels.
N o other lubri
cant ever made
wears so long
and saves so much
horsepower. Next time
t r y M ic a A xle G r e a s e .
S ta n d a rd O U C o.
n g r a v in g
A P r e t t y E x p e r im e n t .
FOR PR IN T IN G
A very pretty effect may be produced i
by using some aniline dye In powdered
form in aleohol.
Fill a small glass
Only O ne “ B R O M O Q UININE”
That Is L A X A T IV E BROMO Quinine. S im i with tlie alcohol and drop the smallest
la rly nsint-d remedies sometimes deceive
The first and o rigin a l Cold Tablet is s W H IT E portion o f the dye on Its surface.
PA C K AG E w ith black and red letterin g, and will shoot down through the liquid,
bears the signature o f E. W. GROVE. 26c.
like a strand of color, dividing into two
Each year brings us increased orders
I n t h e C o m in g ; D a y s .
branches, which will subdivide again
for our seeds. Why? Because we supply
Husband— Maria, this is going to be a and again until you have, apparently,
only those that produce satisfactory and
closely contested election, and we’ve got an Inverted plant in miniature growing
profitable crops. We know, after many
to get everybody out. You’ll have to j before your eyes. * Au arrangement of
years of experience, what sorts are best
to plant on this coast. Buy P. S. Co.'s
hurry, or you’ll be too late.
| mirrors may be made to throw the re-
‘ Diamond Brand" Seeds, the best for
Wife— Gracious, John ! I can’t vote
West. Our new 100 page Annual
to-day. There’s no use in talking about ,
Catalog and Seed Planter s Guide; No.
it. I haven't a thing that's fit to wear to , au<1 tl,p enlarged shadows will be very
free on request.
I Interestin'? to watch.
Mothers w ill find Mrs. W inslow ’ s Toothing
Syrup the beat rem edy to use fo r th e ir children
lu r in g the teeth in g period.
k E N T IS T R Y
Set Us Before
S y stem .
Railway Magnate— I don’t see how the
accident could have happened. We run
our road on the block system.
Unreasonable Person— I
know it. j
You’re so busy running out blocks of
watered stock that you can’t pay any at
tention to the way you run your trains.
Shake Into Y ou r Shoee
A lle n ’s Foot-Fase. A powder. I t makes tigh
or new shoes fuel easy. I t is a certain cure to;
sweating, callous and hot, tired , aching feet
Sold by a ll Druggists. P rice 25c. T ria l paek-
age m ailed FREE, Address A lle n S. Olmsted,
Le& oy, N ew York.
You Go Elsewhere
G old Crowns, $3; B rid ge W o rk , per
tooth, f t ; Piute a. ?S; S ilver Fillin gs,
60c; Gold Fillings, ft.
Y A L E DENTISTS
167 % First S treet
PO UT L A N D , O REGON
FRUIT TREES, VINES, PLANTS
h ave stood the test fo r over 50 years,
and are still in the lead. T h eir absolute
certain ty o f grow th , their uucommonly
large yields o f d eliciou s vegetables and
beoutlful flowers, m ake them the most ,
‘ reliable aud the most popular every- ,
where. Sold by all dealers. 1907 ^
S e e d A n n u a l free on request.
0. M. FERRY A CO..
B ER K S H IR E SWINE, (Registered)
SH O RTH O RN C A T T LE, Registered
B A R R E D AND W HITE RO C KS
PACIFIC NURSERY CO.
C o m p a r ls o n a .
Mrs Kross-Ithodes— Still, in the city
there is more going on. You have ever
much more variety than we do out
Mrs. Avnoo— Ah, me, yes! In the Inst
year I have tried cooks of seventeen dif
ferent nationalities, aud haven’t found
one to suit me yet.
C I T C St* V itu s’ Dance and all N ervou s Diseases
1 1 1 V perm anently cured by Dr. K lin e ’ s Great
S e rv e R estorer. Hend for F R E E |2 trial bottle and
treatise. Dr. R . H .K lin e , Ld.,»31 A rc h Bt., Phlla.,Pa.
Q u ite
L in e .
Kind Hearted Woman— Wluj don’t
you give up your idle, useless* way of
living and make a man of yourself? I
don’t suppose it ever occurred to you
that even a person of your stamp might
be useful in settlement work.
Goodman Gonrong— No, ma’am. I’ve
done a little flat workin', but workin' a
whole settlement is too dog-gone risky.
p A IN L E S S
FREE SAM PLE
DR. C. GEE WO
M ULE-TEAM BORAX
W ith 82-i>ago illustrated booklet, g iv in g
uses for Borax In the Home. Farm and Dairy,
and a Souvenir Picture, 7x14 In., 10 colors
free for 6c and you r dealer’s name. Address
1’acltio Coast Borax Co., Oakland, Cal.
This wonderful Chi
nese Doctor Is called
great becauso he ourcs
people without opera
tion that art g'ven up
to die. He cares wl h l
those wonderful Cht- j
n«-se herbs, roots, buds, I
barks and vegetables I
ihat are entirely tin- 1
known to medical tel-
cue« In this country through tlie use o f those
harm less remedies. T ills fam ous d octor know s
(he anion o f over 600 differ-at renmdi s, which
he uses successftiMy in different diseases, lie
gimran'ces to core catarrh, asthma, lung, throat
rheumatism, nervousness, stomach, liver, kid
neys, etc.; has hundreds o f testimonials.
( barges moderate. Call and see him. Pa tents
out o f the city write for blanks and circulars,
In ihe t i p p e r S u n k « V a l l e y , I d a h o , w heiv
'.’5,OUO Mississippi V a lle y liom eseekers are air« ady
located. 600.u0o aer« s undeveloped, irrlgab e land
still uwalt the settler.
R ichest a d »test watered
va lley In the world. Finest c ilm a te; choicest fruit;
im m ense crops o f grain, alfalfa su iar beets. |4,<w0,-
000 Invented In sugar factories. N e w Ji. R. extern
■Ion to Y ellow ston e park opens country o f vast re*
sources. A s h t o n started -Ian. i, iao«, a record
breaker. W rite for particulars.
C . C . M O O ItK K K A L K S T A T K C O M P A N Y
8 t. A n t h o n y a m i A s h to n , Id a h o .
b e n d s ta m p .
C O N H 17L T A T I O N
Th ere Is m ore Catarrh In this section o f the
cou ntry than a ll othor diseases pu t together,
and u n til the last few years was supposed to be
Incurable. For a great m any years doctors pro
nounced it a lo ca l disease, and prescribedlocal
rem edies, and by co n sta n tly fa ilin g to cure
w ith lo c a l treatm ent, pron ou n ced itin c u ra b le.
Science has proven ca ta rrh to be a constitu
tional disease, and th e refo re requ ires constitu
tion a l treatm ent. H a ll’ s Catarrh Cure, m a n u -,
factured b y F. J. Cheuey & C o .»T o led o , Ohio, is I
the o n ly con stitu tion a l cure on the m arket. It
*,s ta ken in te rn a lly in doses from lO d r o p s to a
easpoonful. I t acts d ir e c tly on the blood and
muc ms surfaces o f the system. T h ey o ffer one
Made In all styles and a'l sixes. Get w ater and oil
hundred dolla rs fo r any case It fails to cure.
anywhere. Best D rillin g Tools made. Get eaia-
Send fo r circu lars and testim onials.
B EA LL & CO.
K. J . C H E N E Y & C O .,T o led o , O I okn s lid prices.
Bold by Druggists, 75c.
321 H aw thorne nve.
H a ir s F a m ily F ills are the best.
The C. Gee Wo Chinese Medicine Co.
162>4 Tint SU. S. C. Cor. Morrlion
Portland. O r *(o a ,
M ention paper
A U ST IN W EL L DRILLS
«¿ e ta
H im .
Newed— When you say anything
that makes your wife angry what does
she do— threaten to return to her par
Oldwed— Worse than that She re
peats some of the fool things I said
during our courtship.
When you buy &n
S tim u la te th e B lood.
Brandreth’s Pills are the great blood
puriiier. They are a laxative and blood
tonic, t ey act equally on the bowels, the
kidneys and the akin, t us cleansing I lie
stem by the natural < utlet of the body,
K hey stimulate the blood so a« to enable
nature to thr w off all morbid huntorw and
cure all troubles nri ing from an impure
te of tl e blood. One or two taken
every night w 11 prove an invaluuble j
Esc »pill contains one g ain of solid ex
tinct of sarsaparilla, which, with other
Agree nn Appeal Bill.
luable vrg table products, make it a
Washington, Feb. 27.— The confer blood purifier of excellent character.
Brandreth’s Pil's have been in use for
ence report on the bill regulating ap over a centur y and are n id in every drug
peals in criminal prosecutions to per and medicine store, eiti.er plain or sugar*
init appeals by the government, as
adopted by the senate todny, allows
L im it.
writs of error within 30 days on behalf
The elderly man bad evidently loved '
of the United States in the District and loat out.
courts direct to the Supreme court of
I euppoae,” he aald, "that my gray
the United States on all criminal de hairs do not appeal to you.”
cisions on demurrers to indictments
Oh, I respect the few gray hairs!
or arresting of a judgment of convic
you have," rejoined she of the refriger
tion for insufficiency of the indictment,
ator heart, “ but somehow I am unable '
where decisions are baaed on the in
validity or constuction of the statutes. to generate any respect for your bald
Shortens Time o f Waiting.
Washington, Feb. 26.— In the final
consideration in the senate of the agri
cultural appropriation bill, an amend
ment drawn by Senator Heyburn was
adopt««I, providing that settlers upon
make full payment of the government
charges for furnishing water supply and
comply with the requirement of five
years' residence shall receive patents
for land at the expiration of five years,
instead of having to wait for ten years,
under the reqniretnent« of the irriga
D on ’t P u sh
It s the easiest and
only w ay to get
iwe« to Mire.
E X C U R S IO N =
To Sunny Alberta
C A N AD A =
March 22 and every two
weeks thereafter; $12 for
round trip, which includes
be th and meals. Trip costs
you nothing If you buy land.
Write and barn about our
Special Pullman Car Kx-
Pitts CURtD m 6 TO 14 DAYS.
H. E. Barnum Land Co.
Tt T ln p n e n . E v e r y S i g h t .
Sherman, Clay & Co.
S IX T H ANO M O R R IS O N S T R E E T S
• « p o s it s p o s t e r n e s , p o s t l x n o
PAZO O IN TM E N T 1, gu .ren teod lo c u ro any
t u t o l Ichin g, blind, bleeding or protruding
p ile , in • to it d ay« or money refunded.SOe.
At the end of one of the sessions qf
the world’s convention of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union In Bos
ton, Mrs. L. M. N. Stevens condemned
the habit which so many men have
of going out between the acts at the
I am In hearty sympathy." said Mrs.
Stevens, “ with a woman whose hus
band ssld heartily to her, at the end
ai an Interesting drama:
‘Jove, what a play. I don't believe
there was a dry eye In the house when
the curtain went down on the third
No," said the lady, bitterly, 'but
there seemed to be the usual Dumber
of dry throats.'”
Thu L a d w ig Plano hna character o f Ita
MiiHlclaiiH in tu itively
Tone I h It« ch ief characturU tlc—ao
refined nnd aym pntlietlc; ho w onderful In Ita
•weetnean nnd purity tlmt you m arvel at 1ta
From the beginning the principle
WitH fixed to g iv
lv e « “ thu iitniont «jualltv
certain p ric e —high
M unongh to allow th«> b «s t
o f everyth in g; low enough to only y luid a
Charge fo r reputation.
The above piano I h St vie I - price $.175. de
livered at your railroad Htatlon, with atool,
s c a rf and instruction book.
I f desired you
may pay $.'17.30 cash and the balance In
m onthly or quarterly payments.
W e furnish
this piano In oak, wnlnut or mahogany.
S A T IS F A C T IO N G U A R A N T E E D when yon
trade w ith Sherman, Clay A Co. First y ou
know the price la right.
E very piano Is
m a rk 'd In plain figures. One price— no more
— ih » less.
Second the Rtnndlng o f this o ld
firm Is a guarantee that a ll your dealings
w ill I m * satisfactory.
Besides the Lu dw ig piano we are sole
atrenfs for Htelnwar, Knstw, A. B. Chase,
E verett. Mason A Ham lin. Packard, Fischer,
Conover, klsfey, Kingsbury. Emerson, .Sterl
ing. W ellin gton , Huntington and Membta-
W e also sell organs and V ictor T a lk
in g Machines. W e have a fine six o c ts «e or
gan at $Ht>. W rite fo r estalogue. prices and
P e sure and mention tlmt you saw
the advertisem ent In this paper.
F. N. U.
214 213 Chamber o f Commerce.
WSTIARD I'lT T ll TAtntlA SPWIRI B'LURCH AM IVfifTT
No. 10 07
H E N w r it in g * t o a < l v e r t i s e r s pl<
m e n tio n th is p a p e r.
D O U G L A S
$3.00 A N D $3.50 SH O ES Titit 'woau) j
W. L DOUGLAS $4.00 GUT EDGE SHOES CANNOT BE EQUALLED AT ANT PRICE.
SH O ES
E V E R Y B O D Y A T A LL
P R IC E S t\
M en's S h o e«, HA to SI.AO. Hoys* Shoes, S.'l to S I.2A . W o m e n ’#
Shoes, R 4tu 9I.AO. .Misses* 4c C h ild ren 's sh o e *. Si.'-iA to Sl.O.t.
W . L- D ouglas sliofls sre recognized l*y ex p e rt iu<lgo» o f fo otw ea r^
to be the be.*t in sty le , fit and w ear produced in tliis country. Each
part o f the shoe and e v e ry d eta il or the m a k in ? Is looked a fte r
and w atched o v e r b y s k ille d shoem akers, w ith o u t regard to
tim e o r cost. I f I could ta k e you In to m y la rge factories at I
B rockton , M aes., and sh ow you h ow c a re fu lly \V. I,. D ou glas 1
Shoes are m ade, you would then understand Why th e y hold th e ir shape, fit butts
w e a r longer, and are o f grea ter va lu e thnn a ny o th er makes.
W. L Doagls* name nnd price la stamped on the tw.itom which nrr»t»c«a the wearer agafnat high
price# and in fe rio r shoe*.
T a k e
#<Mt Cvtor X vrtrtt ut<d eucltutr-!y.
% n H w i* s «liH $ e .
Catalog mm led frm ,
Mold I .y I fie
o lo r m e re s e e d s b rig h te r a m i f a s t e r c o lo rs t h e n a n y e t h e r d> e.
O ne 10c
r w e re e t c e d « • g iv e p e r fe c t ren u lta .
A s k d e a le r , e r w e w ill s e e d p o st p a m
U m m tk p a d m ia ce te ra .
M O N ftO C D O U G CO u . Ih d e m d B e . M ia M a r k
p e e fc a f* c a t e r s
lO c S
« h i * dealers everyw h ere.
W . 1«. M i l 411, % w, l l r » r l n » H , M s a
nd retten eoualty weW an
W rit« far fraa beotuct haw la