Image provided by: Portland General Electric; Portland, OR.
About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1907)
PE-RU NA A MEDICAL COMPOUND HIGHEST ON RECORD
In any medical compound an much depend« upon the manner in which it is
compounded *4 upon the ingredient» used.
First, there must be a due proportion of the ingredient«. Each drug in the
pharmacopeia hug ite special action. To combine any diug with other drugs
that have slightly different action, the combination must be made with strict
refetence to the use for which the com pound is intended. The drugs may lie
w ell selected a« to their efficacy, but the compound EN TIRELY SPOILED BY
TH E PROPORTION in which they are com bined.
It takes years and jears of experience to discover this proportion. There is 16001922
no law of chemistry, of pliarinacy, bv which the exact balance of proportion can
bo determined. E X PERIEN C E IS'T H E ONLY GUIDE.
In compounding a (-atarih remedy Dr. Ifattman has had many years’ exper
ience. In the use of the various ingredients which compose the catarrh remedy, Crop» Ruined and Thou»and» o f Acre»
Peruna, he has learned, little by little, how to harmonize the action of each in
o f F an n Land Inundated—
gredient, how tocom bine them into a stable compound, how to arrange them into
W orst Over.
such nice proportions as to blend the taste, the operation and the chemical pe
culiarities of each several ingredient in order to produce a pharmaceutical pro
duct beyond the criticism of doctors, pharmacist« or chemists.
Sacramento, March 26.— W ith prac
W E REPEAT THAT, AS MUCH DEPENDS ON TH E W AY IN W H ICH
TH E DRUGS A RE COMBINED AS DEPENDS UPON THE DRUGS TH EM tically all of the doun-river ialamta un
der water, the worst flood in the his
The compound must present a stability which is not affected by changes of tory of this rich agricultural district,
temperature, not affected by exposure to the air, not affected by age. It must not excepting even those of 1862 and
be so combined that it will remain just the same, whether ueed in the logging 1904, is now a matter of record. On
the Sacramento side of the river,
or mining (amps o f the northwest or the coffee plantations of the tropics.
Grand, Sutter and Sherman islands are
A complete list of the ingredients of Peruna would not enable any druggist the only ones not inundated, and on
.o r physician to reproduce Peruna. It is the skill and sagacity by which these
the Y olo side, Merritt stands as the
ingrediente are brought together that give Peruna much of its peculiar claim s as
single rock which has withstood the
an efficacious catarrh remedy.
ravages of the waters.
However much virtue each ingredient of Peruna may possess, the value of
Even the Pearson district, where the
the compound depagds largely upon the manner and proportion in which they hardest fight ever made by the river
are com bined. The right ingredients, put together rightly, is the only way a ranchers to save their lands haa been
medical compound can be made of real value.
going on for a week, is not submerged,
and while at Randall island the front
levee was still standing at last reports
D e v o tlo a .
S h ir t P r o t e c t o r .
"Maggi«, how many times a week does
When a man buys a dress shirt nowa the struggle has been given up.
W hile from all points comes the
Clarence come to see you?"
days he can depend on the bosom be
‘ ‘Never less than seven times, and gen ing absolutely spotless, since, owing to word that “ the worst is over,” a vivid
a new device that has been thought of, picture (an be drawn of the awful de
‘‘Mercy ! I should think such persist
struction which has ruined cro;® and
ence as that would bother you to death.” the shirt Is protected from the touch put land worth m illions of dollars tem
of soiled fingers that so often were
‘‘ It doesn’t bother me in the least.”
porarily out of commission.
"Then you must be as far gone as he wont to leave their mark on the fair
The steamer Fruto haa been sent on
a second mission of relief and she is
This new style o f protection consists
"I don’t care a snap of my fìnger for
momentarily expected to return with a
o f an envelope o f transparent paper cargo of the stock rescued from the
"Then why don’t you stop him?”
that is large enough to hold the shirt, Pearson district.
The Pearson district
"Because he amuses me.”
keep it absolutely clean, and yet en is one of the chief dairying parts of the
"Poor fellow ! Doesn’t your mother ob
abling one to see the size numbers county, and although the residents are
ject to his coming so often?”
through It. Without adding much to making a desperate fight to protect
"I don’t tell her.”
"That doesn't explain it, either. Where the cost, the envelope is a great econo their homes and cattle until help ar
my to the dealers and makers, since rives, it is probable that many hun
do you receive him? In the kitchen?”
with its use there is never any cause dreds w ill be lost.
"I don’t receive him at all.”
"Look here, Mag. Do you suppose you for the return of shirts to the factory
The water was reported to be four
can make me believe------ ”
that have been soiled in the handling, feet deep, and rising rapidly. The
" I ’ll tell you all about it. Regularly as there is in the case of collars and break is widening and it is feared that
every day he passes along her# on the cuffs.
there may be destruction of human life
other side of the street. He always looks
before the flood subsides.
over, and I am always sitting in this
I n f lu e n c e .
window and pretending not to see him.”
No human being can come into the
H E N E Y N O T IN V IT E D .
"You heartless wretch !” — Chicago world without Increasing or diminish
ing the sum total o f human happiness,
But Has His Opinion o f Certain Port
not only o f the present, but o f every
M o i t C o s t ly W o o d .
“ French walnut Is the finest wood subsequent age of humanity. No one
San Francisco, March 26.— The at
we have,” said the cabinet maker. “ It
tention of Francis J. Heney nns called
comes from Persia, but It Is prepared tion. There Is no sequestered spot In
today to a dispatch from Portland,
In France. I have seen French walnut the universe, no dark niche along the which stated that a fund was being
worth |S a pound, and it Is a common disk o f non-existence to which he can raised there to finance an investigation
thing to pay $2 a pound for It. Of retreat from his relations to others, into civic conditions and that Mr.
course It Is used principally for ve where he can withdraw the Influence Heney and W . J. Burns were to be re
neering. Only millionaires could have of his existence upon the moral des quested to conduct the inquiry.
chairs and tables o f solid French wal tiny o f the world. Everywhere he will
The prosecutor said that his time for
have companions who will be better or
the present would be taken up with the
“ Mahogany, wonderful ns it Is, rare
San Francisco investigation, lie added
ly fetches such good prices. From $2
that he had received no official offer
F ilip in o s G o to H a w a ii.
to $2 Is a good price per pound for this
Filipino luborers are leaving Manila from Portland, and therefore could not
for Huwail In parties o f from 50 to 100. either accept or decline at this time.
“ Ebony, If It Is In a particularly These men and their families go to He added:
“ I am not very familiar with civic
large' piece, so that It will cut well, Hawaii as contract laborers on sugar
I have my
will often bring $5 a pound In the wood plantations. Extension o f sugar rnls conditions in Portland.
opinion of certain officilas there, how
market.” — Philadelphia Bulletin.
ing In the Philippines can not be car
Pins have been found among the Egyp rled on while the door o f the great
When asked what sort of graft might
tian mummies and in the prehistoric caves
flourish in Portland, he said:
against Philippine products.
“ You know Halsey makes visits
Halsey was general agent of the Pa
cific States Telephone & Telegraph com
pany, and was recently indicted for
bribing the San Francisco supervisors.
All Flood Records Hare
Broken In California.
Every part of tlie body la dependent on the blood for nourishment and
Strength. When this life stream is flowing through the system in a state of
purity and richness we are assured o f perfect and uninterrupted health;
because pure blood is nature’s safe-guard against disease. When, however,
the body is fed on weak, impure or polluted blood, the system is deprived of
its strength, disease germs collect, and the trouble is manifested in various
ways. Pustular eruptions, pimples, rashes and the different skin affections
show that the blood is in a feverish and diseased condition as a result of too
much acid or the presence of some irritating humor. Sores and Ulcers are
the result of morbid, unhealthy matter in the blood, and Rheumatism, Ca
tarrh, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, etc., are all deep-seated blood
disorders that will continue to grow worse as long as the poison remains.
These impurities and poisons find their way into the blood in various ways.
Often a sluggish, inactive condition of the system, and torpid state of the
avenues of bodily waste, leaves the refuse and waste matters to sour and
form uric and other acids, which are taken up by the blood and distributed
throughout the circulation. Coming in contact with contagious diseases is
another cause for the poisoning of the b lood; we also breathe the germs and
microbes of Malaria into our lungs, and when these get into the blood in
Sufficient quantity it becomes a carrier of disease instead of health. Some
are so unfortunate as to inherit bad blood, perhaps the dregs of some old
constitutional disease o f ancestors is handed down to them and they are
constantly annoyed and troubled with it. Bad blood is the source of all dis
ease, and until this vital fluid is cleansed and purified the body is sure to
suffer in some way. For blood troubles of any character S. S. S. is the best
remedy ever discovered. It goes down into the circulation and removes any
and all poisons, supplies the healthful properties it needs, and completely
and permanently cures blood diseases o f
every kind. The action of S. S. S. is so
thorough that hereditary taints are removed
and weak, diseased blood made strong and
healthy so that disease cannot remain. It
cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Sores
and Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Contagions
PURELY VEGETABLE Blood
Poison, etc., and does not leave the
•lightest trace o f the trouble for future outbreaks. The whole volume o f
blood is renewed and cleansed after a course of S. S. S. It is also nature’s
greatest tonic, made entirely of roots, herbs and barks, and is absolutely
harmless to any part o f the system. S. S. S. is for sale at.all first class
¿m g stores. Book on the blood and any medical advice free to all who write.
THE S W IF T SPECIFIC C O ., ATLANTA, CAm
S .S .S .
W. L. D O U G LA S
$3.00 AND $3.50 SHOES *>9
B E S T IN
— W ORLD
W. L DOUGLAS $4.00 SILT RISE SHOES CANNOT BE EQUAUEO AT ANT PRICE.
EVERYBODY A T ALL PR IO E Si
M e n '. S h o M , OS t o » 1 .0 0 . B o y . ’ S h o o ., « 3 t o I l f . W
« « '.
Shoes, $ 4 to $ 1 .5 0 . Misses» A C hildren’s Shoes, 92.2B t o $ 1 .0 0 .
W. L- Douglas shoes are recognized by expert iudgee of footwear
to be the best in style, fit and wear produced in this country. Each
part of the shoe and every detail of the making is looked after
«nd watched over by skilled shoemakers, without regard to
time or cost. If I could take you into my large factories at
Brockton, Mass., and show you how carefully W. L. Douglas
•hoes are made, you would then understand why they hold their shape, fit bette
wear longer, and are of greater valne than any other makes.
rer i srsfnst high
W L. D o « « U s nsm r and price 1» stamped on the bottom , which protects the wearer
prices and Invertor shoes. T a k e M m M » s t l t « s « e . Hold I * t fe hMtsh«w
it» « . Ma
Color E y rie tt used trc ltu tv e ly . L t a lo g mm ied fre e . W . 1 ». D O U O L A S , Hr«
i The Finest Gardens
Are always reported when Portland Seed C o 's "Diam ond Brand
Seeds are planted Why ? Because we sell you the kinds that grow
best on this Coast. Our handsomely Illustrated and descriptive
, Annual tells all about our Seeds. Plants. Roses. Spray Pumps.
Fertilizers. Incubators. Brooders, Ppultry and Bee Supplies
A«k h t Book No
W . . t o V - * I W « N I '■ '« o f
a Taw. Sir»»» * « . » a » " . 2 * 1
•• ™W“ N
P O R T L A N D SEED CO.
P a r t í a i s « . O rw g o n
Ip o K a n e .
GO A F T E R P O L IC E N E X T .
Burns' Announcement Dashes Hopes
San Francisco, March 26.— As soon
as the larger matters are disposed of,
the alleged corruption of the police de
partment will be thoroughly delved in'
to declares Detective Burns. The state
ment caused a stir among the officials,
whe were disposed to think that in the
excitement over the corporation inves
tigation, police matters were to be for
So closely have (heir fortunes been
allied with those of the grafters that,
when the present crusade waa begun
against dishonesty and corruption, Dis
trict Attorney Langdon, instead of re
ceiving aid fiom that body, has received
nothing but strenuous opposition.
Capture Honduran Capital.
Washington,March 26.— SenorCorea,
the Nicaraguan minister, tonight re
ceived a dispatch from President Ze-
laya, of Nicaragua, announcing the cap
ture and occupation of Tegucigalpa, the
capital of Honduras. The fall of the
Honduran capital today «a s piedicted
by the Nicaraguan Foreign office yester
day, follow ing the capture oi Cholu-
teca, the most strongly fortified town
in that country, and the flight of Pres-
id -nt Br nilla, of Honduras. Only the
bare announcement o f the capture of
Tegm igalpa was received.
Think He la Train Robber.
Grand Junction, C olo., March 26.—
Allln D. Potter, 35 years of age, was
arre-ted here today by Sheriff Shrader
and, though no information was given
ont regarding the charge against him.
it is understood that he ia suspected of
being the leader o f the band which
held op a passenger train on the Den
ver A Rio Grande railroad three years
ago near Parachute, blew up the ex
press ear and got away with a large
amount of booty. Potter, handcuffed
an 1 shackled, was taken this afternoon
to Glenwood Springs.
Refuaad Right to Land.
Venice, Cal., March 26.— Yameto
Kushibiki, commissioner from Japan
to the Jamestown exposition, has re
ceived a telegram stating that three
Japanese actors are held at Seattle,
where government immigration o ffice »
refuse them a landing. Kushibiki says
these people are to appear at the
that the refusal to allow them to land
is a result of the San Francisco school
American Gunboata on Guard.
Puerto Cortez, March 26.— The Unit
ed States gunboat Marietta and the
Nicaraguan gtinhoata Ornetepe and Ja
cinto were at Trujillo, Honduras, Sat
urday night. The Honduran gunboat
Tatumbla haa arrived from Ceiba. The
Marietta ■« expected I »ere today.
PTo A p o l o g f N e e d e d .
S»cr»tary G arfield to 8 ta rt Reform
in Interior Department.
. . BE HEAVY
THE SOURCE OF ALE D ISE A SE
ABOLISH R I O TAPE.
W ashington, March 25.— Secretary
Garfield i« organizing the Interior de
partment with a view to facilitating
public business and elim inating led
tape. He is transforming an obeelete
governmental machine into a modern
business methods, injecting up-to-date
method» and doing away w ith fully
one-third of the labor required under
t e old regime.
Beginning today, Mr. Garfield will
abolish the public lands and Indian
Territory divisions of the Interior de
partment, divisions which heretofore
handled all business coming to the sec
retary from the general land office and
Their functions were
superfluous and had no good effect. On
the contrary, these divisions made un
necessary work and delay, and were
largely responsible for friction and
trouble between Secretary Hitchcock on
the one hand and the land and Indian
offices on the other hand.
J . A. Parker, former chief o f the
lands division, who has a thorough
knowledge of department methods, ia
to be made M r. Garfield’ s private sec
retary, hut w ill not participate in the
formation o f
Clerks of his and other divisions will
be absorbed by the land and Indian
These reforms were recom
mended by the Keep com mission, of
which Mr. Garfield was a member.
The piesident heartily approves oi
the change, and looks for great im
provement in the department in conse
quence, especially as the changes bring
the new secretary in close touch with
the chiefs of all bureaus of his depart
ment, and obliterate] the bothersome
GREAT D EFEAT
FO R B O N IL L A .
A fte r Tan Hours' Fight, Army
Managua, Nicaragua, March 25.—
Advices received from the front today,
say that the army of President Bonilla
of Honduras has been ittacked and de
feated near Nariata by the Hondurian
revolutionists and Nicaraguan aimy
after 10 hours’ hard fighting.
Bonilla’ s troops, it is said, left be
hind them camp equipment, artillery,
riefls and am m unition.
Am ong the
prisoners captured are several leading
officers o f the Hondurian forces. Many
were killed and wounded on both sides.
The Hondurian revolutionists cap
tured 300 prisoners, three pieces of ar
tillery, also a supply of ammunition
therefor and 300 rifles.
One estimate of the casualties places
the killed at 200 and the wounded at
160. Tw o hundred government soldiers
joined the revolutionist« during the
The disaster for President Bonilla is
now complete and it is believed that
Tegucigalpa undoubtedly will be rap
tured. The towns of Canygu, La Espe-
ranza, San Padro and Sula have an
nounced themselves in favor of the rev
S T O R M RAGES O N .
No Let-Up o f Ram Apparent In North
"I hope our running the gr&pkophone
last night didn’t annoy you,” «aid the
renter of the third tioor fiat.
"W hat?” responded the now renter of
the fourth floor flat, producing an ear
"I say it’s a fine morning,” bellowed
the other, into the trumpet.
Will Be Long Drawn O ut.
Washington, March 25.— The trial of
Binger Hermann on the letterbook in-
lictment will not he concluded before
April 10, and may extend longer. The
prosecution has a number of important
witnesses to place on the stand and may
not complete its case this week. The
defense will require all of tw o weeks
before it goes to the jury. Harry Rob
ertson, Senator M itchell’ s private sec
retary, who was once private secretary
to Hermann when he waa in congress,
w ill lie the most important witness
called this week.
Da-nag»» the Prune C ro p .
San Joee, March 25.— Colonel Philo
Ilersey, president of the Santa Claa
Frrnit Fixchange company, Is authority
for the statement today that this pres
ent storm on top of the preceding one
has destroyed half the prune crop of
the valley by washing the pollen from
The Guadalupe has
broken oat of its lank« south of town
and the wild, deep stream is flowing
through the suburbs, stopping street
cars and threatening ttsidences.
Washington, March, 25.— Mr. Corea,
the Nicaraguan minister, received a
dispatch today from Mr. Oanez, the
Nicaraguan minister of foreign affairs,
confirming the press reports of a great
victory tor the Nicaraguan army near
In addition, he says the
Nicaraguan arm y proiMbly w ill take
3 Ï A WASH
Tli S T S
W E PAY
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT Is guarentee l to cure any
case of id lin g, blind, bleeding or protruding
pile« in 6 to II days or money reiunded.50c.
plates $ 5
n g r a v in g
H a d to S ta n d fo r It.
F O R P R IN T IN G
H I C K S -C H A T T E N
Bacon—The leader o f that orchestra
1$ on his feet nearly the whole time,
Egbert— Y es; It really seeing too bad
that he has to stand for that playing.
— Yonkers Statesman.
pA IN L E S S
Set U» Odor.
Stood the Test.
On savings deposit« of a dollar
every year. It ia just as easy
to open a Savings Account with
us by Mail as if you lived oext
door. Send for our free book
let, “ Banking by Mail,’ ’ and
learn lull particulars. Address
e n t is t r y
You Go Ebrwfcm
Gold Crowns, #8 ; Bridge Work, per
tooth, IS; Platea.#®; Silver Fillings,
60c; Gold Fillings, #1.
Allcock’s Plasters have huccessftilly
stood the test of sixty years’ use by the pub
lic; their virtues have never been equalled
by the unscrupulous ini tutors who h ive
sought to trade upon the reputation of
Allcock’s by making plasters with holes in
them, claiming them to be “ just as ood as
A lhock’ “.’ *
Allcock’s plasters stand todav indorsed
by not only the highe t medical author
ities hut by millions of grateful patients
who have nroved their efficacy as a house
Y ALE DENTISTS
M7* F in i Street
POUT LAND, OREGON
eçon Trust &
So M a n y S p oon «.
Eva— Yes, dear, on this old settee
great-grandfather courted m y !
P o r tla n d , O r e g o n
my grandfather j
courted my grandmother and my fa
Sixth and W a sh in gto n Sts.
A U ST IN W E L L DRILLS
ther courted my mother.
_____j Made In all styles and all size«. Get water and ofl
I anywhere. Befit Drilling Tools made. Get cal*»
Jack— Great C upid! Did you say I t! _
I loga and prices.
B E A L L A CO
was a settee?
Much ol the country through which the 321 H aw thorne A ve.
P o rtla n d , Or.
Eva— Why, certainly. What did you Siberian railway passes had never been
think It was?
Jack— I thought perhaps It was a ors came.
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow*« Soothing I
Syrup the beat remedy to use for their child re a
during tho teething period.
E x p la n a tio n .
An alienist came wandering through
an insane asylum’s wards one day. He
came upon a man who sat In a brown
study on a bench.
"IIow do you do. sir?” said the alien
ist. ‘‘ What is your name, may I ask?”
"M y name?” said the other, frowning
‘ ‘Why, Czar Nicholas, of
"Indeed,” said the alienist. "Yet
the last time I was here you were the
Emperor o f Germany.”
"Yes, o f course,” said the other,
quickly, "but that was by my first
wife.” — Argonaut
There is more Catarrh in this section o f the
country than all other diseases p ut together,
and until the last few years was supposed tr
Incurable. For a great m any years d octors j
nouncod it a local disease, and prescribed local
remedies, and by con stantly fa iling to cure
with lo ca l treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a constitu
tional disease, and therefore requires constitu
tional treatment. Hall’ s Catarrh Cure, m anu
factured by F. J. Cheney A Co., T oledo, Ohio, ia
the o n ly constitutional cure on the m arket. It
la taken internally in dosea from 10 dropa to a
teaapoonful. It acts directly on the b lood and
muc j u s surfaces of the system. They offer one
hundred dollars for anv case it fails to cure.
Send for circulars and testimonials.
K. J. C HENEY <& CO., Toledo, O
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
H ales Family Pills are the best.
O ccu rren ce.
"The clearing in court of that receiver
of stolen goods was a homely sort of tri
umph for the lawyers.”
‘ ‘ In what way?”
"I t was a whitewashing of the fence.”
Only O ne “ BROMO QUININE”
That in LAXATIVE BROMO quinine. Simi
larly named remedies sometimes deceive.
The first and original Cold Tablet is a WHITE
PACKAGE with black and red lettering, and
bears the signature of E. W. GROVE. 25c.
Redding, Cal., M arrii25.— The beav
iest storm of the season raged here all
last night and until early this morning. u Sq U|Bj) b )q2nuj o . hio ojj —
¿ j j o d x a p e o ju B J v sb
For a few hours it abated and then
broke again. A terrific w ind ia now ¿ jH B tib uieifauqAV PIP m o h — JW P f n x
" p jo a a H |njj*»|MioAA » a p « W
blowing and the rain is falling in
CITQ 8t- Vitus’ Dance and all Nervous Diseases
Reports state that snow is falling all f| I A permanently cured by Dr. Kline’s Great
Restorer. Hend for FREE #2trial bottle and
through the Biskiyoua and Sacramento Serve
treatise. Dr. R. ILKUn., Ld.,»31 Arch HL, Phil*..Fa.
canyons, the precipitation being heav
ier than at any time during the past
L ite ra l In fo r m a tio n .
“ Did the doctor cauterize that dog's
season. A ll the snowplows In thiB
section have been put into commission bite for you ?"
and have made but little headway.
A third snow-slide occurred at Can
“ Goodness gracious! Why not?”
tara, and the wrecker from Dunsmuir
“ He seemed to prefer to cauterize the
hastened to the scene. Tunnel No. 9 place the dog blL” — Baltimore Ameri
is said to be caving in and Dunsmuir can.
has an unverified report that in the
Slskiyous many cave-ins have occurred.
Conditions could not lie wore« along
the upper route than they now are and
the indications are that another storm
w ill break tonight.
No Sheep Querantine.
Laramie, W y o., March 25.— The
state board of sheep commissioners
today revoked the order of A pril 2,
1906, that sheep entering the state from
other states or any territory shall be
quarantined for a period of 30 day-B a l
ter dipping, and ordered that all sheep
in the state shall, before entering the
shearing pens foi shearing, be dipped
and any found infected or that have in
any manner been (xp ised to contagious
disease, shall lie placed in quarantine
until all danger of spreading disease
Banking by Mail
ir ; m i
have stood the test for over 50 years,
and are still in the lead. Their absolute
certainty o f growth, their uncommonly
large yields o f delicious vegetables and ,
beautiful flowers, make them the m ost j
, reliable and the most popular every- ,
L where. Sold by all dealers. 1 9 0 7 ^
Annual free on request.
D. M. FERRY $ CO.,
Penetrates to the Spot
Right on the dot.
m ule T e a m
la hot water (I tablespoonful to a quart) will
easily and quickly clean tarnished silver, forks,
spoons and metal ware— giving a high polish.
P rice 23c a n d 50c
All dealers. Sample Borax, Souvenir Picture
in 10colors and booklet 5c. and dealer’s name.
PACIFIC COAST BORAX CO., Oakland, Cal.
S o ld ie r s I n B a t t l e .
" I t Is Important to be cool and self-
possessed at the beginning o f a fight,”
writes one who has commanded men
In battle. "A s soon ns the first shot Is
fired men become serious and go Into
action with a calmness which Is most
High explosive shells,
with their deafening noise, make the
most Impression on young and unsea
soned soldiers, while shrapnel affects
the old soldiers the most. Those who
imagine that It Is possible to see a he
roic look on men’s faces at a decisive
moment are completely mistaken. Their
faces are pale and have a hard look
about them. The struggle which is
going on within them betrays itself by
the nervous haste o f their firing.”
D am age.
R e p a ir * .
a r id c o n s id e r
n s » POM M EL
fo w fy y i
ismadf of the hist
mdlrriiilv. in black or>»llow
»17 STICK TO THE
SIGN OF THE FISH
I T0WTR CANADIAN CajjWTTR AJ T0WCN CO. I
TORONTO. CAN.__________ >QSrow. n w iA llA j
P. N. U.
No. 1 3 - 0 7
In a trolley accident In New England
H EN w riting to advertisers pl<
in Irishman was badly hurt. The next
mention this paper.
lay a lawyer called on him and asked If
he Intended to sue the company for
A w fu l.
“ I feel awfully sorry for Mabel, don't
“ Damages?” Bald Pat, looking feebly
>ver ills bandage*. “ Sure, I have thtm you?”
“ Why sorry?”
ilro a d y . I'd lolke to sue the railway
“The tioor girl can’ t blush.” — Wash
for re p a irs , aor, av y e 'll take the case."
, —Youth's Companion.
O ne o f the Im portant Duties o f Physicians
and the W ell-In form ed o f th e W orld
is to learn as to the relative standing and reliability o f the leading manufactur
ers o f medicinal agents, as the most eminent physicians are the most careful as to
the uniform quality and perfect purity o f remedies prescribed by them, and it is well
known to physicians and the W ell-Informed generally that the California F ig Syrup
Co., by reason o f its correct methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character o f
its product has attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial circles which
is accorded to successful and reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the name o f the
Company has become a guarantee o f the excellence o f its remedy.
T R U T H
A N D
Q U A L IT Y
appeal to the Well-Informed in every walk o f life and are essential to permanent suc
cess and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would
enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question o f right
living with all the term implies. W ith proper knowledge o f what is best each hour
o f recreation, o f enjoyment, o f contemplation and o f effort may be made to contribute
to that end and the use o f medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but
as in many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
proper time, the California F ig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present
truthfully tho subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
the approval o f physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the W ell-Informed because
o f the excellence o f the combination, known to all, and the original method o f manufac
ture, which is known to the California F ig Syrup Co. only.
This valuable remedy has been long and favorably knowtr nnder tho name o f—
Syrup o f Figs— and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent o f
fam ily laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
known to physicians and the W ell-Inform ed o f the world to be the best o f natural
laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name o f— Syrup o f Figs and Elixir o f
Senna— as more fu lly descriptive o f the remedy, but doubtlessly it will always bo
called for by the shorter name o f Syrup o f Figs— and to get its beneficial effects always
note, when purchasing, the full name o f the Company— California F ig Syrup Co.—
lainly printed on the front o f every package, whether you simply call for— Syrup o f
_'igs— or by the fu ll name— Syrup o f Figs and Elixir o f Senna— as— Syrup o f Figs and
Elixir o f Senna— is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California F ig 8yrup
Co. and the same heretofore known by the name— Syrup o f Figs— which has given sat
isfaction to millions. The genuine is fo r sale by all leading druggists throughout the
United Sûtes in original packagee o f one sire only, the regular price o f which ia fifty
cents per bottle.
Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee o f the Company, filed with the
SecreUry o f Agriculture, at Washington, D. C., that the remedy is not adulterated
or misbranded within the meaning o f the Food and Drugs Act, June 30th, 1906.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
San Francisco, CaL
U. 8. A.
New York, N.