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Live l hh kens
Fruit o f all Kinds,
Fresh Veye tables.
A ll Kin Is o f ! ieestuck.
Aridt run all Shipments,
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"F ic h U n c ih e b e e f Tru st"
Dr. B. E. Wright
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T o r o u t- o f- to w n p a tron s w o finish p la te
s m ) b r id g e w o r k m e n e d a y i f n ec e s sa ry .
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Painless Kilm* tins
BEST M ETH O D S
P a in le s s E x tr a c tio n I re** w h en p latea o r b r id a «
work in o r d e re d . C o n s u lta tio n Fro«?. Y o u can n ot
*t In -lter p a in le s s w tirk u n yw h e re , n o m a tte r
>w m uch you p a y .
A l l W o r k f u l l y C u r ra n t< eri f o r F ift e e n Y e a r s
D r . B . E. W r ig h t C o .
342& Washington St.,
T a k e e a r n* ri* po« nnri t r a n s fe r to W a s h in g to n St.
M o n ta n a C it y H o ld s R e c o r d .
Miles City, Montana, holds the rec
ord for variation In temperature. The
highest temperature recorded there Is
111 deg., which Is within 8 d<*g. of the
highest recorded In the.Unlted States.
Milos City’s lowest mark has been 67
deg. below zero, which Is truly arctic.
Tho range between these two ex
tremes is 178 deg., which is a record.
Australian Rabbit Industry.
In many towns rabbit killing and
freezing and preparing the skins for
export Is a growing asset of great
value, especially during the winter
season, when It enables men who
have no other occupation to make
t good living and spend considerable
money at the country stores.
K O D A K S
menagerie of Intacta.
A I r n a lia ia a ,
A fnonagerlo of Insects will toot! bt
Many years ago some admirers el
Installed In the Paris museum of nab Lord Byron raised s subscription for
ural history. Cages of glass. Instead • monument to th, poet to be placed
of steel, will be occuplod by spiders, In Westminster Abbey. Cheatiey was
ants, bees, caterpillars and beetles, requested to execute It, bat on a »
Instead of Hons, tigers, wolves and count of the smallness of the sum
hyenas. Then It will be possible for i subscribed he dcclloed, and Thorvald
the public to sutdy the lives of ants sen wee then applied to and cheerfully
underground and of beet In their | undertook the work.
In about ISIS the finished etatne
arrived at the customs house In Lon
don. but to the astonishment of the
subscribers the dean of Westminster,
Dr. Ireland, declined to give permis
sion to hava it set up In the abbey,
and owing to thla difficulty, wbloh
proved insurmountable, for Dr. Ire
land's successor was of the same opin
ion. It remained for upward of twelve
Eradicates scrofula and all years In the customs house, when
other humors, cures all their (184*1 It was removed to the library
Trinity College. Cambridge.
effects, makes the blood rich of The
poet la represented In the
and abundant, strengthens all statue of the size of life, seated on •
the vital organs. Take it.
ruin, with his left foot resting on tbs
Oet It today in usual liquid form or fragment of a column. In his right
chocolated tablet» called Sarsatabs. band be holds a style up to his mouth.
In his left a book, Inscribed “ Child«
Harold." He Is dressed In a frock
A Doubtful Member.
coat and olonk. Beside him on the
In M lsa Wood's kindergarten elae.
left Is a skull, above which Is the
there were eight pupils, four girls and
The likeness Is, of
four boyB. Ode of the boys, however
course, posthumous. Thorwaldaen was
had not yet reached the estate of kilts
born November 19, 1770. and died on
not to mention trousers. Acct.dlngly
March 24. 1844.
when little Susun Phelps was asked bj
a visitor to tell how many boys and
how many girls there were, her con
fused reasoning went as follows:
"There’s eight, one. two/three. four
five, six, seven, eight. Miss Elliott," sht
will cause you untold mis
“ And If he's a girl"—shi
ery, fo r when this organ is
pointed at one who wore dresses In
out o f order the entire di
stead of manly garb—“ why, there’i
five girls, and one, two, three boys
gestive system becomes de
But If she’s a boy, there's one. two
ranged and the first thing
three, four girls, and one, two— foul
you know, you are real
boys. She's really a boy, you know
Miss Elliot,” she conllded, In conclu
sick. The best medicine to
slon. —Youth's Companion.
A B a d S to m ach
correct, sweeten and tone
the stomach is Hostetter’s
Stomach Bitters and a trial
will convince you o f that
fact. It is fo r headache,
Indigestion, Dyspepsia and
When baby turns away from the
amiable visitor who ts trying to make
friends, and rushes to mother and
buries his fnce In her skirls, ho Is do
ing exactly whnt It was wise for chll-
dred to do in tho ancient forest, when
stranger nnd danger were the same
thing, and not Just rhymes as they
p PKL° r r s
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5 “ FACTORY TO HOME” :
D O Y O U K N O W what Sectional Fur-
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knocked down. You set it up yourself and
save all dealers’ profits and freight. I t is
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back i f you are not satisfied and pleased.
Huy from the factory. Save one-third to
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Th ey are absolutely the
most popul # and beatshoes
for the price in America.
T h ey are the leaders every
where because th ey hold
their shape, fit better,
look better and wear lon
ger than other makes. fJ C ty i
Th ey are positively the
moat economical sho«9 for you to buy. W . L .
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T A K E N O S U B S T I T U T E ! I f your dealer
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W . L. D O U G LA S. Brockton. Maaa.
fo r th e
IIGGEST G A M E
A u t o l o a d i n g r if l e
Five one-ton shots! As quick as you can pull the
trigger and as straight to the mark as you can look.
M e etin g a 1 big ’u n 1 with this gun is like shooting a hole in a bam
from the inside— and if the first ball shouldn't stop him. he can't gain
a yard b e fore he gets it again.
R ifle — solid
Portland, Oregon 4
Rig Income—«h ip entering the har
Too many people Judge the world by
their own breadth.
A man can be run down In the street
as well as In health.
You want to be sure of your foot
ing before you climb too high.
The Increase In the price of leather
has made shoes pinch more than ever.
Benners—A woman Is always chang
ing her mind. Jenners— Not when she
decides that she wants a new gown.
It Is a poor friend that will pat you
oh the back and kick your feet out
from under you at the same time.
Boyce— I wonder what makes a dog
howl when music plays. Joyce— I
don't know, unless the music awakens
Made is 2 1 . .30-30. .32 s«d .35 FUoiiaftoa calibres.
leaped it si any dealers.
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SJv«r FA*. .M? Stete $1
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FIU wkm Pinten «• «¿and
O ur W ork B u a r a r t iii P erfict
8perlai attention to oat o f town peMroio.
Drop an a pontal for appolatmnnt. O it of town
worn entapie'e t in a (fay. Ilo b*-ttor work nny-
wlier*» Modem •'luipipent. Ernry operator a
•poo in lint Lady attendant.
TH E NEW YORK D E N T IS T !
DS. S A
ITT- X D IT A W
lam 1 1 I to I * a;
for COUGM 8 I C O L Q J
Paris— Henry Wynmalen, the Dutch
aviator, and holder of the world’s alti
tude record, and M. LeGagneux, the
French aviator, each with a passenger,
made remarkable trips in biplanes
from Paris to Brussels. They started
an hour and a half apart, in an attempt
to win the $30,000 offered by the Auto
club and the $5,000 offered by the mu
nicipality of Paris for a successful
flight with a passenger to Brussels and
Wynmalen, after reaching the Bel
* gian capital, left almost immediately
on the return trip and arrived Bafely in
the evening at St. Quentin.
neux decided to stop for the night in
Brussels and will start for Paris early
in the morning.
The distance between the two points
is about 170 miles as the crow flies,
and the distance between Brussels and
St. Quentin approximately 80 miles.
The daring Hollander therefore cov
ered about 250 miles with a passenger.
On the trip to Brussels both aviators
made a landing at St. Quentin to re
plenish their gasoline.
Kraut Scatters Loafers.
Sacramento— Quite a crowd o f wharf
employes, steamboat men and others
were thrown into g small panic at the
city wharf when a barrel o f sauerkraut
exploded during the midst of a discus
sion as to what cauRed the wrecking of
the Los Angeles Times building two
weeks ago. The explosion under ordi
nary conditions was enough to strike
fear into the hearts of brave men, yet
to have it come at such a pyschological
moment caused terror to reign for sev
eral minutes. The kraut had been left
in the sun and had fermented.
Man Busy; Wreck Ensues.
Augusta, Ga.— Five were killed and
17 injured when two trains on the
Charleston and ;Westem Carolina
crashed together at full speed two
miles south of McCormick, South Caro
lina. A ll the dead and seven o f the in
jured were members of the train crew.
L a rk .
Shortly after the wreck, operator
"She always was a lucky woman."
Browden at McCormick it is said, tele
“ What’s happened now?"
graphed the ¡¡Augusta officials of the
“ A neighbor of hers has bought • road, and said he was so busy selling
vacuum cleaner and she can borrow tickets that he forgot to show the sig
It whenever she wants to."— Detroit nal to stop the southbound train for
Augusta for orders.
" T b e Gun lea the giiac
T H E REM ING TO N ARM S C O M P A N Y , A e«ecr< SSS Broadway, Haw Yarfc CRr
London— Another chapter was added
to the history of aviation when the
French dirigible balloon, Clement
Bayard, made the voyage from Com
piegne to London in the remarkable
time o f six hours, a journey requiring
Beven hours by the fastest express
trains and boats.
Compeigne is 45
miles northeast of Paris and about 195
miles by air route to London.
It was the first occasion on which a
dirigible balloon has crossed the Eng
lish channel. The over-water trip oc
cupied 45 minutes.
The Clement-Bayard, with a crew of
six, left Compeigne at 7:15 o’clock
Sunday morning and reached London
at about 1:15 in the afternoon, making
the trip without a stop.
conditions were 'perfect and the big
airship traveled with a slight breeze
behind. The behavior of the dirigible
was splendid and the 440 horsepower
motor worked to perfection
sengers experienced no discomfort and
were only troubled by the mist in
crossing the English channel.
There was nothing to interrupt the
smooth, swinging motion of the bal
loon, which averaged 33 miles an hour.
An altitude varying from 300 to 700
feet was maintained, and all along the
route over the land the aeronauts
were cheered by thousands of specta
The balloon made a safe and easy
landing at Wormwood Scrubs.
The dirigible carried M. Clement,
of the Clement-Bayard firm, in com
mand; Baudery and Leprince, steers
men; Hebatier, engineer and designer;
two mechanics, and Arthur Philip Du-
Cros, members of the British parlia
ment, representing the British parlia
mentary aerial defense
Only these seven were aboard, al
though the 'airship can accommodate
39 passegners in addition to the crew.
The course was by way of Amiens,
Abbeville atnd Boulogne, and the bal
loon was steered readily with the aid
of a compass.
The aeronauts experienced some
trouble with the varying air currents.
On this account they circled SL Paul’s
and the Tower bridge twice, dipped
several times and flew close to*the tops
of buildings. They passed over the
houses of parliament and along to
Hyde park, where there was a wild
scramble of spectators.
The dirigible landed safely after de
scribing large descending circles.
Teacher—What Is the meaning of
the word "procrastlnateT”
Pupil— To put off.
Teacher— Right. Illustrate It In a
Pupil— I tried to steal a ride oa a
street car yesterday, but I was pro
Safest and best of b ig guns.
W e still contend that It s man
ants realty good Ashing ha can only
*t satisfaction In tha railway tola
's or In sn-*har man’s stories.—Ab
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reloads and cocks b y recoil without the loss of an ounce of muzzle
T h e only automatic rifle which locks the cartridges in the
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$2.00, $2.50, $5.00, $3.50, HD0, $5.00
WOMEN’S $2.50, $3,$3.50, $4
BOYS’ $2.00, $2.50 &, $3.00
Bundayn. • to 1
A u toloadin g
M E N ’S
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Carries Sbven Men From Compeigne,
France, to London, in Six Hours
Aviators, With Passengers, Go From
Paris to Brussels.
- a ’. H J .H '.iltlj.lJ L '.I.'M to-
Biç French Airship Makes Fine
Trip Across Channel.
250 MILE FLIG H T MADE.
FRANCE TO LONDON
R. L Cto Iw 4 mi liirtow
4 to to. to I a to
tmSmi. fo p s
Start Anti-Profanity Campaign.
Pittsburg, Pa.— F ifty thousand per
sons headed by singing efioira instead
of brass bands, paraded through the
streets in a remarkable demonstration
against profanity and growing use of
impure language. The line of march
was packed by curious thousands, but
there was no enthusaism displayed.
The promoters of the parade had
feared disorder in rougher districts,
but no demonstrations were made
against the marchers.
PHYSICAL WRECK RESTORED TO
HEALTH BY GREAT KID
I feel it mv duty to furnish you with
my te8tirnq/nal as to what your remedy
Swamp-Hoot did for me when I was a
physical wreck from kidney and bladder
trouble. Some years ago I was not
able to do any work and could only just
creep around, and am satisfied that had
it not been for Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-
Hoot I would not have lived. A fter
using the preparation for one m< nth 1
was able to work some and when l had
used $8.00 worth of Swamp-Itoot I could
do a good day’s work.
I used about
$10.00 worth altogether and would not
take $10,000 for the good that it d d
me. I consider it a Cioa-send to suffer
ing humanity for the diseases for which
you recommend it and have recommend
ed it to many sufferers.
H. L. HUGGINS,
Personally appeared before me this
20th of September, 1009, H. L. Hug
gins, who subscribed the above state
ment and made oath that the same is
true in substance and in fact.
W. A. P age , J. P.
Dr Kilm er à Co.
Binghamton. N Y.
A typical, well preserved, well-edu
cated woman of the present day who
confesses to forty, but whose heart
and complexion are both as fresh as if
at least ten years younger, has a
keener teat for life than many a wom
an only half her age. Perfectly
style and manner, she la a thing of
beauty In a very real sense of the
word, and 6he knows her power.—
The “ Toothbrush Plant."
One of the most curious plants in
the world is what la called the tooth
brush plant of Jamaica. It is a species
of creeper, and has nothing striking
about Its appearance. Dy cutting
pieces of It to a suitable length and
fraying the ends, the natives convert
it Into a tooth-brush; and a tooth pow
der to accompany the use of the brush
Is also prepared by pulverizing the
M o t h e r s w i l l fi n d M rs . W i n s l o w 's S o o t h in g
B y r u p th e b t-s t r e m e d y to u s e I oj t h e i r c h i l d r e n
l u r i n g th e te e t h in g p e r io d .
Olive Oil to Remove Cinder.
The man with the cinder In his eye
was suffering great pain. Every one
had u different method of relief to sug
gest. but nothing had the desired ef
fect. At length one of the bystander!
procured a little olive oil from the
lunch room. This was poured into the
eye and relief was instant “I learned
that method of dealing with cinders
while abroad," said the bystander,
“ end I guess it Is about as effective
as anything after all."
Highest Good In Life.
The highest good Is found In the
way of doing good, giving what we
have, our best selves, to others. Let
a man seek efficiency In his business,
let him seek leadership In his profes
sion, let him seek enriching some
other lives. This Is the myrrh that
preserves to us all that we gain and
perfumes all, while selfishness Is the
moth that breeds decay and death.
Acquiring Real Knowledge.
W e begin to understand a fhlng
truly only after we have forgotten
that which we had studied. I will
not come nearer knowing a subject
so long as I will suppose that my
attitude toward it had been estab
lished by a learned man. In order
to know a subject thoroughly I must
approach It as something entirely
foreign to me.—Thoreau.
“ C * * c a r c tn a r e c e r t a i n l y fin e . I g a v e a fr ie n d
n e w h e n I h e d o c to r w a s t r e a t in g h im f o r c a n c e r
tef th e s to m a c h .
T k ^ n e x t m o r n in g h e p assed
f o u r p ie c e s o f a ta p e w o r m .
H e th e n g o t a h o *
a n d in t h r e e d a y s h e p a s s ed a ta p e - w o r m 4 8 f e e t
Io n *.
I t w an M r. M a t t F r e c k , o f M ille r a b u r g ,
D a u p h in C o .. P a. I a m q u it e a w o r k e r f o r Ca-sem.
rrtn . I use th e m m y a e l f a n d fin d th e m b e n e fic ia l
f o r m o a t a n y d is e a s e c a u s e d b y Im p u r e b lo o d . •*
C haa. It. C o n d o n , L e w i s t o n . Pn., ( M i f f l i n C o J
P le a s a n t. P a la ta b le . P o te n t. T a s te Good.
D o G ood. N e v e r S ic k e n . W e a k e n o r G rip e .
10c. 26c, 60c. N e v e r «o ld in bulk. T h e g e n
u in e ta b le t s ta m p e d C C C. G u a r a n te e d to
c u re o r y o u r m o n e y back.
W e pubüeh o*sr formulée
W e banleh etookel
from oar medial nee
W e arge you to
ooanuit y o u r
Sherman jE ia y & C o .
ESTABLISHED 40 YEARS
S IX T H ,
M O R R IS O N
S T .t P O R T L A N D ,
We want you to try this Piano IN YOUR
HOME FREE. We want you to try it at
our expense because—
A t the end of thirty days the Plano
/ 7 SELF will convince you of the following
It's the best value on earth for the price
It's M USICALLY and MECHANICALLY
We know there is so much real value In
lhis Wellington Piano— we're selling for $275—on easy payments—that
we’re willing to let it be i T S O W N SALESMAN.
It will tell it’s own story to you—in your home— if you’ll send
Please sen^ me iuii particulars concerning ihis unusual Plano offer.
LAMP UPSET; TWO
MEN LOSE LIVES
ROOMERS SUFFOCATED WHEN
FIRE CAUSES $20,000 LOSS
AT 411 WASHINGfON.
T h e a c c id e n ta l o v e r tu r n in g o f a la m p in |
th e s to re ro o m o f E. H . M oorehou.se & C om
p a n y 's estab liK h m en t,
W a n h in jrton
s tr e e t, r e s u lte i! last n ig h t in th e d e a th o f
t w o m en an d th e d e s tru c tio n o f a p p r o x i
m a te ly $ 20,000 w o r th o f p r o p e r ty .
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I f vour eyes ache with a smarting,
burning sensation and dizziness, use
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or Howard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
Cettlnje, the capital of the kingdom
of Montenegro, has probably the most
remarkable prison In the world. No
wulls surround It and the Inmates,
whd furnish their own cells Just as
they please, seem to stay there only
because they find their quarters com
The diet Is liberal, with
wine on occasions and cigarettes to
taste. There Is no work to do; no
distinctive garb Is worn; and com
paratively free Intercourse Is allowed
with the outside world. On certain
feast days the prisoners are allowed to
entertain their friends.
Ask your doctor the medical
name for a cold on the chest.
He will say, “ B r o n c h i t i s . ”
Ask him if it is ever serious.
Lastly, ask him if he pre
scribes Ayer’s Cherry Pec
toral for this disease. Keep
in close touch with y o u r
When you tell your doctor »bout the bad
taste in your mouth, loss of appetite for
At present too much leisure time Is breakfast, and frequent headache», and
spent In search of that knowledge ahen he sees your coated tongue, be will
iav, 44 You
are billoua.** Ayer’ s Fills
which means anything that In Interest say,
work well in such cases.
—— Marie b v Rh« .▼
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will
convince anvone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, tell
ing all about the kidneys and bladder.
Wnen writing, be sure end mention this
For sale at all drug stores.
Price fifty-cents and one-dollar.
Memorial to a Discoverer.
The town hall of Luneburg, In Han
over, contains a touching memorial to
a pig who breathed his last three hun
dred years ago. This consists of a
handsome glass case inclosing a ham
in excellent preservation, and under
neath a black marble tablet, with tbe
following Inscription in gold letters:
"Passers by, here you behold the mor
tal remains of the pig which acquired
for Itself the Imperishable glory by
the discovery of the salt springs of
PROTECT YOUR LIFE
I f la m p is u p set, d ro p p e d , o r m ee ts w ith
a n a c c id e n t o f a n y k in d , th e a u to m a tic e x -
t n y u is h e r on o u r s a f e t y b u r n e r c loses in
s ta n tly . p u ttin g: o u t th e flam e, th u s p r e
v e n t in g fir e an d e x p lo s io n . A g e n t s w a n t
ed f o r o p e n t e r r it o r y .
S e n d 25 e ta . f o r
U. S. SAFETY LAMP RURNER CO. PORTLAND,
“ s" “"' 0RE60N.
Priceless Relic Found.
The first original description of
America ever written has Just been
discovered. It waa penened by Dr
Diego Alvarex Chanca, physician to
the second fleet of Columbus, and was
dated at the Port of Isabella, Santo
Domingo, In January, 1494. Dr. Fer
nandez de Ybarra, of the Now York
Academy of Sciences, with the Smith
Bonlan Institution of Washington, aid
ing and abetting, uncovered tho docu
And Neither Means It.
A man who has kept accurate
says that of ten men you meet
will »ay something disagreeable,
nine out ten woman will say
A TRIP TO
Star of the Evening.
Hesperus, golden lamp of the lovely
daughter of the foam, dear Hesperus,
sacred Jewel of tho deop blue night,
dimmer as much than the moon, as
thou art among the stars pre-eminent,
hall, friend, and as I lead the revel
to tho shepherd’s hut, In place of tha
moonlight lend me thine, for to-day
the moon began her course, and too
early she sank. I go not freebootlng,
not to lie in wait for the benighted
traveler, but a lover am I, and *tla
well to favor lovers.— Blon, transla
tion of Andrew I^ang.
Our climate Is a series of surprta««,
somo* and among our many prognostics ot
the weather, tho only trustworthy on«
that I know la that when it U warm,
Is a sign that It Is going to bo
PORTLAND FREE it cold.—R.
CUT RATES IN
P a ln le R S E x t r a c t i o n ........F r e e
S i l v e r K i l l i n g s ........................50c
G o ld F i l l i n g s ........................... 75c
22 K . G o ld C r o w n s .................. $3
P o r c e la in C r o w n s .................. $3
M o la r G o ld C r o w n s ................ $4
B r id g e W o r k . 22 K . G o l d . . . .03
I n l a y F ills , P u r e G o l d ......... 5.2
V e r y N ic e R u b b e r P l a t e . . $4
U e s t R u b b e r P l a t e on B a r t h ..................................... $7
A L L T H I S W O R K IS G U A R A N T E E D .
D o n ’ t t h r o w y o u r m o n e y a w a y . A d o lla r a a v e d
Is t w o d o lla r s e a r n e d . O u r o r ig in a l r e lia b le M o d e r n
P a in le s s M e th o d s an d o u r p e r f e c t e d o ffic e e q u ip
m e n t s a v e s us tim e a n d y o u r m on e y .
tOSTON DENTISTS. 5th H Norrinen. Pertlant!
Entrance 291 V% Morrison, opposite PoatoSic« and M rirr .»
Frank. Ratnbliahed in Portland 10 years. Open evening*
until 8 and Sunday* until 12: 10. for people who work.
The Me" Ne°‘Habit
N o H y p o d e rm ic In jection s.
Y o u can ta k e th*s tr e a tm e n t at th e I n s t it u t «
o r y o u r hom e, and y o u r m on ey w ill be retu rn e d
if a p e r f e c t c u r e is no t atFtH’ tnd. I n v e s t ig a t e
th is, it wi l i o n ly ta k e a fe w m o m en ts to p h on e
us f o r in fo rm a tio n .
P e rs o n a l and fin an cial
r e fe r e n c e on a p p lic a tio n
F o r fu ll in fo r m a
tion. ph on e, w r ite o r c a ll ut th e
N E A L
I N S T I T U T E
/’/lone. .Marshall 2400
¿54 Hall St_______
C. Gee Wo
The Chinese Doctor
T h is w o n r ie fu l m an hoe
mH4lo a l i f e s tu d y o f th e
p ro p ertie s o f
le r b s a n d B a rk s an d
l i g i v i n g th e w o rld th e
b e n e fit o f h is s e r v ic e * .
The Drink Delightful
Nature has blended the pineapple's con-
ftituents so perfectly that this pure juice,
bottled in Hawaii, needs no added sugar or
other assistance to increase its delight to the
user. It's a fine drink, a healthful drink, an
all-the-year-round drink. The rough tliroais
of winter and the delicate fiomachs . . . ?
cold season are peculiarly in need of )• t
this delightful appetizer from tropical i iawau.
D rink it P u re
N o M e rc u ry , P o is o n s
j o r D ru gs U sed.
O p e r a t i o n s o r C u ttin g
G u a r a n te e s t o c u r e C a ta r r h , A s th m a , I.u n g ,
S to m a c h an d K irin e y t r o u b le «, a n d a ll P r i v a t e
D io e a a es o f M n a n d W o m e n .
A s u r e : c a n c e r c u r e
J u s t r e c e iv e d f r o m P e k in , C h in a s a fe , s u r e
nnri r e lia b le . U n f a i l i n g in i t s w o rk s .
I f y ou c a n n o t c a ll, w r i t e f o r s y m p to m blauxh
nn d c ir c u la r . In c lo s e 4 c e n ts in s tom p s .
C O N S U L T A T IO N m r f
The C. Gee Wo Medicine Co.
It is P u re
^When drugfliH* and grocer» haven’t Dole*» Pure Hawaiian
Pineapple Juice,aenauatheir name* and get a useful booklet.
N o . 43-^10
Thirty Mine Iflctim* Fonnd.
H A W A I I A N P I N E A P P L E P B O D t C T S C O , ltd.
v e r t í seen p in
Ill Harket Street. San Franclace. Cal.
U f l l K m N e n w tio rl n tin t h g is t o p ad
Starkville, Colo.— Thirty bodies have
a p e r.
now been removed from the Starkville I
mine. Many now being brought out
are in such an advanced stage of de
composition that they can never be
Twenty-five bodies are
than a n y o’.her dya. One 10c p ack age colors silk, w o o l and cotton equally w e B
still in the mines and, according to the O olor m o r« *o o d a b rl«h ttor in £ lotottor col . lorm
e n d la cu a ra n tto ed t o c i v « p a r la c i r a s tilla . A s k deader, or w a w u i sand postpaid at 10< a p itk a g e . W r it e tor free bookiol
rescuers, have not yet been located.
M O N R O E D R U G C O M P A N Y , Quincy, ntkloiBi
B O W t o a y a , r i s a c i» s u d m is c o t o n
P U T N A M
F A D E L E S S
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