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Jual H lg h l fo r T hat.
The visitor's host was showing him
throiiKh the more or less celebrated
town that has grown up around the
“ I don't sue very much vegetation
here,” observed the visitor. "T h e soli
seems to be too sandy."
“ W e raise the juiciest melons here
you will find anywhere In the world,”
briefly responded his host, who hap
pened to he u stockholder in ths com
pany.— Chios go Tribune.
Sm ith W a n t» V e a l
Wn will p «y am Culltiwa
d u ce. S h ip by «xp rw w .
hrnt-cUuM p ro
V e «I ..............................................
L ive H en s
L ive Spring C h icken s, lb 2 0 t o 22 Jc
E g g s ................................................ 23c
T R A N K L. SM ITH M EAT CO.
“ F ighting ihe B ee! Trust"
T H I A L S o /t h e N B E P m S
WHY JOHN V0U MWMSi!
Glenn H. Curtiss Flies 137 Miles,
Albany to New York.
C onceded It.
"Colonel, don’t you think, as the re
sult o f your observation during many
H ave y ou r teeth out and p is t e and b rid g e w ork
done. F or o u t-o f-to w n pal nm * w e finish piste years o f public life, that the holding
sa d brid ge w ork in on e da y if necessary.
o f a governm ent position tends to tako
away a man’s Independence and make
J C J G I M -.A
$5.00 him merely a m achine?" asked the In
a I jM J t *
2JIB .A .1W *
$3.50 quisitive acquaintance.
, C p
M O * « . .... $ 1 «
"U ndoubtedly,” said the Internal
revenue collector. "There was a time,
C ^ j ® S S . K S , : l K for instance, when, if you had asked
T fT u J .- '
W « . l * . rum $5.00
me such a question as that, I should
^ " ■ * '. . $ 7 . 5 0
have kicked you out of my office, buf
Paialcjt Eilradioa 50c I have becom e used to such things note
B E ST M E TH O D S
and don’ t mind them at all.”
Dr. B. E. Wright Co.
"H ello, B a rk e r!" said Sm ltkln, m eet
ing his friend on the street. "H ow
“ All right, I guess,” said Barker.
"Seen Bobbie Sponger lately?"
"Y es; B obble is down at my place
at Westliarnpton now. I Invited him
down for the week end-------”
"W hy, I thought that was three
weeks a g o !"
"It was.” said Barker, “ but, you
know. Bobble is an expert at m aking
both ends meet.” — H arper’s W eekly.
A id in g Hla L ove.
Patience— Peggy Is very happy.
Patrice— She’s engaged, Isn’t she?
“ Yes, and the man she’s engaged to
/s cross eyed and he’s looking at her
all the time and no one can tell it but
herself."— Yonkers Statesman.
Denmark’s co-op era tive agricultural
societies, to which England
owes her cheap supply o f dairy pro
duce, have an annual turnover o f ovei
D A I S Y F L Y KILLER
N r a t.cla a n ,
taL convenient, cheap.
L am «¿1 m i ll .
Made o l metal, cannot
apill or tip over, will not
soil or lr.|ure anything.
prepaid lor 20 cents.
Of ail dMlara
150 D«K«lb Av*.
■ipokljr*. S .T ,
T it fo r Tnt.
Stranger (to prom inent clergym an )
— I cam e in here, sir, to criticise your
church m anagem ent and tell you how
it ought to be run.
Prom inent Clergym an (am azed) —
What do you mean, sir? How dare
you? W ho are you, anyw ay?
"I am the humble editor o f the pa
per you have been w riting to.”— Life.
W e ll M eant, but R ude.
The wedding was over and the guests
had departed, when a terrific din broke
upon the stillness.
The tooting of fish horns, the bea t
ing of tin pans, and the ringing of
cow bells could be distinguished clear
ly, while agonizing screeches from un
identified Instruments and the d iaboli
cal noise produced by drawing a scan t
Aiot ite u lly A eve «nary.
ling across one edge at a dry goods
"W e don’t use wine as a beverage, box contributed their share to the v ol
you know, Mrs. M cGarvey,” said Mrs. ume of sound.
L apsling; "but it’s good to have a lit
The bride, a young wom an recently
tle o f it in the house for medicinal pur from Boston, turned pale.
poses. You know how grateful I am
"H arold," she said, turning to the
for the bottle you sent over the other bridegroom , "those friends of yours
day. T o thank you in words would be doubtless mean well, and I appreciate
merely a work of super-irrigation.” — their heartiness and sincerity, but I
shall consider It a great favor If you
will go out and request them to d is
H a rd sh ip « o f r iu lo c r a e y .
continue their epithalamlum. It is
His Pastor— My dear sir, don’t you quite too boisterous and may attract
think you ought to try to com e m ore In attention.” — C hicago Tribune.
contact with your fellow m en?
Mr. Muntoburn— My dear doctor, so
Site W as F ra n k ,
many people touch me every day o f my
Miss Mary Morris, daughter o f the
life that I have been com pelled to em
ploy a secretary at a good salary to act fate W illiam Morris, poet and crafts
man, said at a dinner in New Y ork:
as a buffer.
" I like the Am erican taste for Its
G row ler«.
Better be frank, even if
Cabby <^-No, tim es ain’t wot they was wrong. The pretty Am erican girl was
— the dign ity o f the perfession’s gone. by no means hopeless whose com m ent
E verybody wants a bloom ing taxi and on first seeing the Incom parable glory
w hen they’ve blowed ’em selves ’oarse of the Venus de M edici
and can ’t get one they 'aves you as a w ouldn’t be seen dead with ankles like
th a t!* "
hapology.— T he Sketch.
OW ARD K. BTTtTUN
A-«ayer and Chemist,
Lead villo, Colorado. Specim en prices: Gold,
Sliver, Lead. 91. G old, Silver, 76c; G old, 5Uo; Zi no
o r Copper. $1. M ailing enveloj>ea and fu ll price liât
Rent on application. Control and C m pire work so-
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and P rices.
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o f P ortland, O regon
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P h on e o r w ir e ord ers a t ou r expense.
Useless S tudy.
Mr. F ond Father reproved his little
son for having only 75 per cent in
"M athem atics, m y boy,1
he said, "is a very useful study, and
you must try to do better.”
" I thought that was only useful for
sailors,” said the boy.
"W h y for sailors?”
‘‘W ell, people on land have adding
m achines, don’t they?” — New York
W a n te d
F irst class w ork at
F ull Set o f T e e t h .................................................... $ 5 .0 0
B rid ge W ork o r T eeth w ith o u t P lates $ 3 5 0 to $ 5
Gold C r o w n s ....................................
$ 1 . 5 0 to $ 5 .0 0
P orcelain C r o w n s ................................. $ 3 .5 0 to $ 5 .0 0
G old o r P orcelain F illin g s............................$ 1 .0 0 Up
S ilver F illin g s............................................ 5 0 c to $ 1 .0 0
Best P late M a d e.....................................................$ 7 .5 0
N o c h a rg es fo r P ainless E x tra ctin g w hen other
w ork is done. 15 yea rs’ G u aran tee w iih all w ork.
H ours. 8 a. m. to 8 p m. 221Vs M orrison Street.
T r ia l B o ttle
F ree exam ination
and p e r fe ctly fitted
glasses as low as
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C ou ld n ’ t Stand E x p osn re,
The member of the legislature, of
whom some graft stories had been
circulated, was about to build a house.
"You will want a southern exposure,
I suppose,?” asked the architect.
“ No, sir,” said the man; "if you
can’t build this house without an ex
posure I’ll get another architect.”—
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Customer— My wife told me to (top
In and buy her a bathing suit. What
are your prices and sizes?
Dealer— We have a very nice one
here that I'm sure she will like. A
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Customer—That Is Just about ths
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Nan— Y es; I’ve released Jack from
his engagem ent. He told me yesterday
over the telephone that his rich uncle
who was going to make him his heir
you know, had gone broke.
Fan— Did Jack ask to be released?
Nan— I don’t know whether he did ot
not. As soon as he told me abou* hl3
uncle I hung up the receiver.
C o u ld n 't F o o l Sirs. O.
They were looking at a fam ous c o l
lection o f paintings, and had stopped
in front of a "Portrait of a L ady."
“ Why, that’s a R em brand t!" delight
edly exclaim ed Mrs. Upsome.
"I’m not so sure about that,” said
Mrs. Gaswell, bringing her lorgnette to
bear upon It. “ It looks to me more
like a M erry W idow .”
. ^ o ( . i .o u u
lie e p .
V illage Constable (to villager, who
baa been knocked down by passing
m otor c y c lis t )— "Y ou didn’t ses the
number, but could you swear to the
V illager— “ I did; but I don't think
*• ’eard m e.”— Punch .
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A T T E N D IN G T H E ROSE F E S T IV A L
T o our wareroom*.
W e will offer special induce
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the Festival W e e k . Your railroad fare to Portland
and return will be paid should you purchase from
u*. Don’t fail to call and get one o f our Handsome
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386 Wadimrto* Street Bet Vest Pari and Tenth.
New York, May 31.— Glenn H. Cur
tiss flew from Albany to New York
City in an aeroplane, Sunday, May
29, winning the $10,000 prize offered
by the New York World.
He covered the distance o f 137 miles
in 2 hours and 32 minutes, and came to
earth as quietly and as lightly as a
His average speed for the
distance — 54.06 miles per hour— sur
passes any other record made by an
aeroplance in long-distance flight. In
its entirety, his flight perhaps eclipses
any flight man has made in heavier-
The start was made from Albany at
7 :03 o ’ clock under weather conditions
as nearly perfect as the most fastid
ious aviator could demand. One hour
W . L. D ou g la s $ 5 .0 0
a n d $ 4 .0 0 sh oes e q u a l JjN
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B en ch W o r k
co s tin g $ 6 .0 0 t o $ 8 .0 0 . P T
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We want you to try this Piano /.V YOUR
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our expense because—
At the end o f thirty days the Piano
ITSELF will convince you o f the following
I t’s the best value on earth for the price
It’ s MUSICALLY and MECHANICALLY
We know there is so much real value in
this Wellington Piano—w e’ re selling for $275—on i asu payments— that
w e’ re willing to let it be I T S O W N SALESMAN.
A very attractive white foulard with
black ring dots, has two deep hands ot
black on the skirt, one at the knees, and
the other as hem.
) T h e deep crushed girdle and cuffs are
also of the hlaclc silk.
W rlm e
M ln l.t e r .
S a t is fa c t io n
G L E N N H, C U R T ISS
and 23 minutes later Curtiss made his
first stop near Poughkeepsie, where
there was an hour’s iutermission. Re
suming his flight at 9 :26, he sped
southward, and landed within the
boundary o f Manhattan Island at 10:35.
Paulhan’ s flight from London to
Manchester, 86 miles, exceeded the
Curtiss feat for distance, but not in
speed or in danger. The Frenchman’ s
average was 44.3 miles an hour and
below him lay English meadow land.
Curtiss followed the winding course [of
the historic Hudson, with jutting head
lands, wooded slopes and treacherous
palisades. He swung high over the
great bridge at Poughkeepsie, dipped
at times within 50 feet o f the river’ s
broad surface, and jockeyed like a fal
con at the turns.
Only once did his craft show signs
o f rebellion. This was off Storm King,
near West Point, when, at a height of
nearly 1,000 feet a treacherous gust
struck his planes. The machine drop
ped 40 feet and tilted perilously, but
Curtiss kept his head and by adriot
manipulation restored the equilibrium
o f the machine.
With his eyes and brain cleared of
the cobwebs o f sleep, he went with his
mechanician and a handful o f specta
tors to Van Rennselaer Island, in the
Hudson, three miles south o f Albany,
where he was to start. W aiting at the
river brink was a special train charter
ed by the New York Times for Mrs.
Curtiss and her party. From the train
they could not see the actual start, but
those on the island witnessed a re
With the signal that Curtiss was off,
the special train o f five cars and a lo
comotive gathered impetus and sought
to follow. But so quickly had he flown
that for 21 miles the locomotive, run
ning nearly a mile a minute, was un
able to catch up.
G ra in F ie ld s F ire S w e p t.
Chico, Cal., May 31.— News has
been received here o f the first serious
grain fire o f the season, in Butte coun
ty. It occurred 10 miles south o f
Chico, on the farm o f E. Davis and ad
joining places, and burned over 800
acres o f ripe grain, worth about $40,-
000. Some o f the grain was insured.
Scores o f farmers fought the flames
for six hours before its progress was
stopped. Many men were overcome
by the intense heat and smoke and had
to be carried from the fire, which trav
eled almost as fast as a man could run.
D r. C o o k A fte r R e c o r d s ?
F ie ld
A t least four o f E ngland's
m inisters entered the "Held o f honor,”
a "Studen t o f the Code,* In a letter to
the New York Sun says. The Duke of
W ellington challenged t e Earl
W lnchelsea in consequet te
ea rl’s rem arks on the C atholic ques
They met In Battersea fields.
Lord W lnchelsea received the duke's
fire and then fired in the air.
T he Rt.-Hon. W illiam P itt was chal
lenged by George T ierney, president
o f ths board o f control, on account of
certain objectionable rem arks m ade in
the House o f Commons. They met on
Putney com m on. T w o shots were ex
changed and Pitt fired the third time
in the air, when a recon ciliation was
George Canning m et L ord Castle-
reagh on Putney com m on. T hey fought
In sight o f the w indows of the house
in w hich P itt died. Both missed. At
the next exchange C astlereagh's ball
entered Mr. Canning's thigh, inflict
ing a slight wound. The tw o states
men assum ed their places for a third
shot, when the seconds, seeing the
blood stream ing from Mr. Canning's
wound, put an end to the combat.
B enjam in D israeli likened Daniel
O’Connell to the Impenitent thief on
O’Connell also used lan
guage w h ich wag not parliam entary,
and D israeli offered to castigate the
Irishm an. O’Connell declined to m e“»
him. D israeli then challenged Morgan
O’Connell, the accuser's son, but Mor
gan O’Connell also declined to meet a
Jew on a "field of honor.”
Curran, the Irish orator, fought four
duels. T he first was with Capt. St.
Leger, who had Insulted an Irish Ro
man C atholic priest. The captain fired,
but Curran did n o t “ It was not nec
essary fo r <ne to fire at him ,” the Irish
w it afterw ard w rote; “ the gallant cap
tain died three weeks after the duel
of the report o f his p istol."
T he next affair was with A ttorney
General for Ireland Fltzglhbon. The
parties w ere to fire at pleasure. Cur
ran fired first, and then
took aim for nearly a minute. On Its
provin g Ineffectual Curran rem arked;
" I t was not your fault, Mr. A ttorn ey ;
you w ere deliberate en o u g h !"
third duel was with John Egan, an
Irish barrister who had the nicknam e
o f Bully. Egan was " o f im mense size,
as brawny and alm ost as black as a
coal porter.” Curran was facetious on
the subject o f Egan’s size, and they left
the field reconciled.
Curran’s second in C urran's
and last duel, with L ord Buckingham
R ichard B rinsley Sheridan
Mr. M atthews, “ a gentlem an o f fash
ion,” at Bath In order to vindicate the
reputation o f Miss L inley.
done In theatrical style. T hey fought
with sw ords and great courage and
skill w ere displayed on both sides
Sheridan disarm ed his adversary and
com pelled him to sign a form al retrac
tion. Mr. Matthews again challenged
The parties met on
K ing's Down. The battle was desper
ately contested. A fter a discharge of
pistols they fought with swords. Both
were wounded and fell to the ground,
where they continued to fight until the
seconds separated them. It was found
that M atthews' sword was
' token off In S hsr1“ - " ' - - r
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S h a h ’«
I la ifs e r .
One o f the treasures of the ahah of
Persia Is a diamond set in one of hi3
scim lters, w hich renders its possessor
T here Is also a dagger
w k n the same property, but it Is or
dained that those who use It should
perish by It. It Is therefore carefully
shut up In a sandalwood box on which
Is engraved a verse from the Koran.—
C hicago News.
L ea rn ed
E a r.
T h e d ea r little girl then a rose, bowe<V
and re cite d it in tills m an n er ;
" L e tt u c e D e n b y up N. D ew in g,
W id o w H a rtfo rd N. E. F a te ;
S till H. E. V in g, still p er Sue W in g ;
L ea rn to la bel A u n ty W a ite .”
T h e n w ith the tu m u ltu ou s a p p la u M
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sat d o w n in h a p p y co n fu sio n .— C h ica g o
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W h e n y o u n g a girl w on d ers if sho
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headache for the last twenty-five years and
never found any relief until he began
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the headache. They have entirely cured
him. Cascarete do what you recommend
them to do. I will give you the privilege
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1120 Resiner St., W. Iudiauapolis, Ind.
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T h e o n ly k n o w n c u r e fo r A|>p< illicit is w ith o u t
t h e s id o f th e k n ife
G iv es in n u e d in t« r e lie f,
itnd e ffe c ts a p e n n n n e n t c u r e in a s h o r t tim e .
A TRIP TO PORTLAND FREE
CUT RATES IN
PalnlesN E x t r a c t i o n ........ F re«
S ilv er F U l ln r s ...................... 50«
G old F il li n g s .......................... 73«
22 K. G old C r o w n * ...................»1
P o rce la in C r o w n s ...................»3
M o la r G old C r o w n s .................84
Hrid^e W o r k , 22 K . G old . . »3
In la y F ills. P ure G o l d ...........(g
V e r y N ice R u b b e r P la t « ___ »4
i R e s t R u b b e r P la te on E a r t h ..................................... g1
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D o n ’ t th row y ou r iri"n<-y aw ay. A d olla r saved
in tw o d o lla rs e a rn e d . O u r o rig in a l relia b le M od ern
P ain less M ethods and o u r p e r fe c t e d office eq u ip -
m e a t sa v es us tim e anti y o u r m oney.
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Entrance 2 9 m Morrison, opposite PostoAee and M eier A
i Frank. Established in Portland 10 year*. Open evening«
until 8 and Sunday« until 12t10. for people w ho work.
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New York, May 31.— The mystery
P N U
N o . 1 3 -^ 1 0
F o r W o m e n '« A ilm e n t«
T u n ora o f tjie How-
e ls . A ls o 'H uhetos. K id n e y um l H la d d er T r o u
o f the whereabouts o f Dr. Cook, the
b le s
P R IC K '!>
American will say tomorrow, was
'l i d s N ew S c ie n t ific W ork is h h o m e tr e a tm e n t.
'J I K N w r i t i n g t o
v e r tls e r s p le a s «
W r i « o r nail a n d we w ill f-xj>luin. K xte rn a l
m e n tio n t h is p a p e r .
solved last night. He is in Scotland,
tre n tm erit o n ly .
preparing for a trip to Etah, whence he
plans to bring back his records o f hia
discovery and his instruments which
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are cached there. He also intends to
It usually takes a stron ger hint to
bring back the two Eskimos who ac
companied him on hia dash to the Pole. Induce a visitor to go than was re
Dr. Cook’ s objective point when he quired to get Mm to com e
shall have recovered his records and
Ask for Their Goods and
I ts F in a n c ia l F la v o r .
instruments, says the newspaper, will
Dealer— T hat’s one o f our best Im
Pacific Coast Biscuit Company
R ice is H ig h e r in C hina.
ported cigars. Hasn't It a rich, mild
Custom er— Yes; the cigar Is mild
enough, but the price Is about $4 a box |
Amoy, China, May 31.— The price
o f rice has risen 50 per cent and the
poor are unable to buy food.
k h r l i e I .e g .
consequence o f this a demonstration
T he angel was making up the list,
took place at Changchow.
"I never asked my fellow man If It
Owing to the practical failure o f the was hot enough for him ,” remarked
rice crop in certain o f the interior Abou Ben Adhem.
provinces this year, an almost prohibi
And lo, his name cam e In under the
tive price already prevails for the cer wire first.— New York Run.
eal. A further advance means famine
J u v e n ile U n o r a n e e .
conditions among the teeming coolies,
T om m y— Paw, how m uch are you
whose principal article o f food is rice.
Mr. T ucker— A bout $4,000, my son.
W h y?
Cody, Wyo., Ma 31. When a big
Tom m y (a fter a few m om ents of
brown bear paused to look at an auto deep though t)— Paw, how m uch does
mobile near the ranch o f G. C. Rude- the assessor fine you for having all
B e a r L a s s o e d F r o m Auto.
The Bitters has clearly
proven, during the past 56
years, that it is an ideal
Ionic and mvigorant for
those in a weak and debil
digestion and keeps the
bowels open. Try it to-day.
• 5, « 4 , « 3 .6 0 , « 3 , * 2 .5 0 & * 9
A y e r ’ s C h e r r y Pectoral Is a
regular cough m e d i c i n e , a
strong m edicine, a d o c t o r ’ s
Good fo r e a s y
cou g h s, hard coughs, d es p er
If y o u r d oc tor
e n d o rs e s it f o r y o u r case, take
it. If not, d o n ’ t take it. N e v e r
go contrary to his advice.
A ctual T im e in F ligh t 2 H o u r s 3 2
M in u t e s — W in s S IO .O O O T ra in
C o u ld N o t K e e p Up.
Dr. B. E. Wright
T o o S low fo r T his A ge.
"Grandma, you never took a Joy rida,
did y ou ?"
"Yes, child, once; but you wouldn’t
call it Joy riding nowaday**.”
"W hen was It, grandm a?"
"Sixteen years ago. I took a ride In
3 4 2 J Washington St.,
the Ferris wheel."
Portland, Oregon "H ow fast did you g o ? ”
"The wheels made one revolution In
Take car at depot and transfer tp Washington St.
about fifteen m inutes."
h u ck s!”— C hicago Tribune.
P rotracted .
M edicin e
BE LOSING YOUR NP/f
PETITE TAKE A
PAW PAW PILL
W. L. DOUGLAS
FASHION H IN TS
LIKED THEM YOU MUSTf
Mothers will And Mrs. Winslow's Boo thins
Byrup the best remedy to use for their cliildro*)
duiiug the teething period.
P ainless E x tra ction F ree w hen p istes or b rid g e
w ork is ord ered . C on su ltstion F ree. Y ou cunnot
g e t b etter painless w ork any w here, no m utter
how m uch you pay.
All W ork Tully G u a r a n te e d f o r T ifteen Y e a r s
LONG FUGHI IM E
son at the foot o f the Big Horn moun that?
tains today, Rudolph Rovingo, the cow
E v e r y d a y P h ilo s o p h y ,
boy chauffeur, holding the steering
W hat though your schem es havs all
wheel with one hand, lassoed bruin as
gone w rong—
the car swept past him.
F or Fortune is naught but a flirt;
was dragged to the Rudeson ranch and Go trudging along with a cheerful
is on exhibition there, with several
bare spo ts on his coat.
And a sm ile that conceals the h u rt
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LET EVERY PERSON TAKE CARE OF THEIR TEETH
B etter H ealth will be their rew ard. If you r teirth are D«*onyed have thorn attended to at our office by
D R . W Y T H E or one o f
:perf W orkm en w h o are «killed in DR. W Y T H E 'S sy item .
I K N O W w hat to d o and how to d o it. T h at'* w hv all m y w ork is p ositively P A IN L E S S .
T h at’ s
alao w hy ail m y w ork in G U A R A N T E E D to g iv e la stin g sat i«fa ction . P opular prices w ithin th « reach
e f «veryonR . are charged .
Coupled w ith m y in com pa ra b ly low p rice« for d en tistry « f guaran teed reliability ia the fa c t that
w e d o not e x p e c t the pay until th e w ork in sa tis fa cto ry to you.
I Am M aking a S p ecia lty o f P o r c e la in
F illings tn G old. Silver. Pla
B r id g e w o rlu
tinum and P orcela in SO cte$l
G old C row n s and B rid ge-
This is w ith ou t dou bt the mnet beau
tifu l and lasting w ork know n to den
tal ^emnee. S pa ces w here one or aaore
b frih have br«n lost I rep la ce to looh
so natural that d etection in im possible.
A -k to nee »am ple» o f this b eau tifu l
w .rk All d en tists here are gra dua tes
o f from 12 to 20 y ears’ ex perien ce.
148 Fifth Street. Opp. Meier Jk
Frank’s Fifth-Street Entraae^
S u n d a y v K:JO t o 2 .
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