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SET OF BEAUTIFUL
POST CARDS FREE!
The Interesting people do not p o m .
They do not rave. They do not strut
and swagger. They walk normally and
talk unexcltedly. They do not become
soulful In a few seconds after you
meet them. They do not talk shop or
parade the distinguishing labels and
earmarks of their cra ft They are
more likely to dodge behind pillars
than to Jump In front of cameras, nor
do they contend with the other player-
folk on the world’s stage for the star
or the leading lady's share In the
Knees Became Stiff
SUE FOR » 0 , 000,10
Five Y ear« o f Severe R h eu m a tism
The cure of Henry J. Goldstein, 14
Barton Street, Boston. Mass., is anoth
er victory by Hood's Sarsaparilla.
This groat medicine ha® succeeded In
many cases where others have utterly
failed. Mr. Goldstein says: "I suf
fered from rheumatism live years, It
kept me iron, business and caused ex
EMBOSSED IN GOLD
cruciating pain. My knees would be
come as stiff as steel. I tried many
These Cards are Columbia River scenes, showing ail the fine color
medicines without relief, then took
ings, as they are lithographed from photagraphs.
Hood's Sarsaparilla, soon felt much
better, and now consider myself en
gold is real hand work or the highest quality. As we could only secure
tirely cured. I recommend Hood’s."
thirty thousand o f the cards, we can only send one set to a family.
Oat it today fa usual liquid form or Attorney, Holding Proxies, Gains Ac
Write us quickly and we will send a set to you absolutely free if a form
tablets called S a rsa ta b s.
cess to Meeting and Serves
similar to the one shown below is correctly tilled out.
Bachelors Confined to 8klrte.
Subpoenas on ^All.
General Sales Manager.
D ate .........................................................................................
Ellers Music House. Portland, Ore.,
William James, probata court dep
to the dignity of trousers until he
Dear Sir: - / saw your advertisement in t h e ..................................... ........................................
o t/, tell® of a peat extraordinary that
Chicago Stockholders o f the Illinois
married. The bachelor was forced to
Please mail m e a set o f Post Cards free.
(N a m © n e w s p a p e r )
comes about that office. She la a Central railroad company were given
wear skirts as one who possessed no
a lively half hour at their annual meet
N am e ................................................................................... Address ......................................
definite position in society. Moreover,
person, who comes around shortly ing through the efforts o f Attorney
the law prohibited marriage unless
The following persons sometimes purchase goods by mail:
after she has read In the paper of tho Maxwell Edgar.
the man was able to support a wife
death of a prominent man. And she
Holders representing 784,866 Bhares
In the station to which she was used,
N am e ................................................................................... A ddress ......................................
cornea because she wants to read the o f stock were present. Mr. Edgar ar
so that the skirt also served as an
dead man’s will as soon as It Is pro rived, armed with proxies for 60
Index of Income.
bated. She has no hopes of receiving shares, which enabled him to take part
a bequest In any of the wills. She in the meeting.
He waa accompanied
just likes to look them over. Read by two deputy sheriffs, who added to
ing wills Is her hobby.—Cleveland the confusion by serving subpoenas on
Largest in the
W orld and
the various directors in every lull in
Noted for Its
The subpoenas were in a suit for
There are nearly as many monu
8 l Washington
ments to women, says the London $10,000,000 damages, which Mr. Ed
Dolly Telegraph, In Westminster Ab gar, constituting himself an attorney
in cases of Poor Appetite, bey,
as to men. Some are honored as for the road, started in the Circuit
Headache, Heartburn, Sour the wives of celebrated men, but court when be filed a praecipe in the
many are there on their own account case. The defendants to the suit are
Risings, Bloating, Indiges for the fame of their own works and directors o f the road whom Edgar
Th o Clean 8late.
seeks to hold responsible for alleged
tion, Dyspepsia, Costive lives.
Are you one of the girla who nre
financial loss through
j given to moping, to looking fearfully
Shake Into Y our Shoes
“ gra ft,” general mismanagement and
A llen ’s F o o t-E a se , a p o w d e r f o r th e fe e t . I t cures
H ave you r teeth out a r d pla te and brid g e w ork Into the future, or to lamenting
done. F or o u t-o f-to w n patron* w e finish plate
in fu l, sw ollen , sm a rtin g , s w e a t in g fe e t . Makes
past? There Is no surer cure for these
laria, Fever and Ague, is pa
new shoes ea sy. S old b y a ll D ru g g in ts and Shos
and b rid g e w ork in one da y if necessary.
While the two deputies were making
| unhappinesses than to cultivate th«
Store®. D o n 't a c c e p t a n y s u b stitu te .
Hostetter’s Stomach Bit F R E E . A d d res s A . S. O lm sted . L e R oy. N . Y . things interesting in the meeting, half
Malar Crawa*___ $5.0 0 I cloan-slate habit, which Is carried out
others guarded exits from the
m E r * . T m *
in this way: Live a day at a time,
ters. For over 57 years it
Plain 8pecch Should Survive.
Park Row building, Mr. Edgar fear
fold hllin.1.........$1 m
and start each morning with a fresh
It Is the speech of the plain people ing that some o f the directors might
has been assisting sickly
■> ' [i„tal >iHuv>
record to be made, which must not
S iN . F ilm « . . . 50c a.
that we would preserve. The early attempt to evade service.
Good S u S U Plata $ 5 .0 0
settlers were not given to much talk caution proved superfluous.
day nor the possible blots of tomor
tttl Red Rubber
to health, and its friends ing, and their vocabulary was small, Three resolutions were introduced by
Plain............... $ 7 .5 0
Painless Estrartian 50 c
therefore legion. You but they never failed to express them the militant attorney. All were lost
B E ST M E TH O D S
so that their meaning was per- by overwhelming votes. He denounced
Wise Advice to Follow.
really ought to try this I selves
P ainless E x tra ction Free w hen plates o r bridgro
fectly clear. In the mountain coun the present management o f the road,
When shop hours are done, stop
Work is ordered. C onsultation Free. You cannot
wondeiful remedy at once try of the south they preserve to this made the charge that its directors are
painless w ork a nyw here, no m atter talking shop and thinking shop, and
K t w b m etter
uch you pay.
and be satisfed that it is day many of the ancient Idioms, and incompetent and that its financial
talk and think of something else. Ex
All W ork lu llv G u a r a n te e d f o r T ifteen Y e a r «
use words which even the most active statements are jyggled, and that its
tend your thoughts beyond the con
the only one you need to of
our lexicographers have not caught. officials are dishonest and violating the
fines of your place of employment.
keep you healthy.
interstate commerce law.
Interest yourself not In your neigh
His first resolution£was in support o f
342& Washington St.,
bors and their doings, but in the
these charges and called for an inde
of thinking, useful men
Portland, Oregon achievements
pendent investigation o f the board by
In the community and in the nation.—
T ak e ear at dep ot and tra n sfer to W ash in gton S t
To fumigate a room after sickness, the big city?" asked a neighbor. a committee o f prominent stockhold
paste strips of newspapers over cracks "Fine,” replied the farmer. "He gets ers. He was voted down.
Round the Circle.
of windows and doors. Remove all I his name In the papers almost every resolution demanded that all directors
Match the Occasion.
Chronic Old Growler (whose sub
who were not residents o f Illinois be
**Why did you smile when I told yon living things. Loosen the bedding and
ject, as usual. Is the country, and how Gussle was going to celebrate her carpets. Burn two or three formalde | riders you read so much about."
ousted on the ground that the constitu
quickly It Is |?oing to the dogs)— “ And wooden wedding?" “ I couldn’t help hyde candles (obtained at drug stores)
tion o f the state prohibits the present
Pettit’s Eye Salve for Over 100 Years
after all, It's you farmer chaps as Is thinking how well OusBie’a husband according to directions on the box.
proportion o f outsiders on the board.
has been used for congested and in
at the root of all the evil. You raise would match tho occasion."
Leave room closed six or eight hours. flamed eyes, removes him or scum This resolution waa voted down with
the corn, and the corn raises the
Open and air.
over the eyes. All druggists or How out the formality o f a roll call.
whisky; whisky raises politicians and
On his third and last attempt Mr.
ard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
Pause and Reflect.
politicians raise all the trouble wo
Mother® will find Mr®. Window*® Bonthln*
Edgar proposed a resolution asking
Epictetus: Be not hurried away by Byrup
the best remedy to use fo* their chUdrer
have In the country.”— M. A. P.
that suit be brought against ¡James T.
A Great Trick.
excitement, but say, "Semblance, let luring the teething period.
"What are those flngery looking Harahan, president of the road, and
me see what you are and what you
A Test of 8hak«speare.
things on the front of tho machine?” the estate o f the late Ira G. Rawn,
"Mabel, I don't propose- — “
A friend of father's told me that 1> represent."
“ Well, George, I've noticed that, but “ Ah,” said the dealer, with enthusi who was vice president before the car
the only test to apply In considering
daddy says you'd better propose be asm, “ I was wanting you to notice repair scandal came to light, on
which parts of tho doubtful plays are
those. This is our latest death pre charges o f gross neglect, criminal lax
fore long or there will be doln’a."
gonulne. . . . “ If you want to read |
“ When you Interrupted me. Mabel, venter. As I told you, our car Is war ity and culpable negigence.
It, It’s Shakespeare; and If you don't,
I was about to say that I do not pro ranted not to strike a tree, telephone olution was buried under another aval
•t Isn't."— The Spectator.
po?e to wait any longer to learr pole or lamp post. The moment the anche o f contrary votes.
Penalty of Wealth.
whether you do or do not return my car comes In contact with anything of
The cares which are the keys to
the sort It immediately begins to
M AN Y SHIPS W R E C K E D .
riches hang often so heavily at the
“ Oh, George! This Is so sudden!"— climb.”
rich man's girdle that they clog him
Gulf Coast Storm Plays Havoc With
Honor Trees and Plants.
with weary days and restless nights, Wc want any person who suffers with
The Siamese always ofTer libations
If you ran a shoe store, would you
when others B l e e p quietly.—Izaac Wal biliousness, constipation, indigestion or
any liver or blood ailment to try our l’nw-
I'aw Liver Pills. We guarantee they will like It If your clerks bought shoes ol to trees before cutting them down.
Key West, Fla., Oct. 20.— Three ves
The natives of Sumatra pay special sels sunk, one steamer aBhore and an
purify the blood and put the liver and an opposition dealer?
into a hea’thful condition and
honor to certain trees supposed to other disabled is a total of the disasters
LAUNCH FOR SALE on EXCHANGE | i stomach
will positively cure b douanes« and consti
embody the wood spirits, while the In to shipping in the tropical hurricane
F o r Real E stn te. 3 0-foot o v e r all; 6 -fo o t lieam; pation, or we will refund your mbney.
The travels of groins of sand have
40-H. P. S te rlin g en g in e; ca rry 20 pn *sengers; a
Mr.NYON’H HOMOEOPATHIC HOME long been a matter of scientific rec habitants of the Society Islands pay which swept the West Indies and the
first-class o u tfit: $1X00.
C. W . B.
similar respect to some plants.
615 M ilw a u kee S t.. P ortland, Or.
REMEDY CO., Philu., Pu.
southern section o f the United States
ord. Years ago It was established
that particles picked up on the coast
HOOD RIVER ORCHARD LAND along the coast have been reported
of Pas de Calais had their origin In
for sale by owner; choice ten acres 9J dark.
the rocks of Brittany, from 120 to miles from city, elevation about 1,600
W rite fo r ca ta log u es and literature.
Here and at St. Augustine the storm
and prin tin g . Mail ordern »riven p rom p t attention
180 miles distant. Another standard feet, almost level, red shot soil, two
W ith tho*« you have » oen In tho habit o f paying,
Fortland Photo Supply Co.
aud yon will a **« that we offer you a «utnttantinl *•▼-
fact Is the discovery on tho coast of acres six-year-old trees; balance raw is abating, but no word has been re
149 T h in ! S treet
P O R T L A N D . O RE.
lnu on all work and yon cannot got better puinlos®
Denmark of chalk dust which un state. Price $1,700, easy terms. To ceived from other places and condi
i anywhere, no m atter how m uch you pay.
|W o flnlnh plato and
doubtedly came from the cliffs of reliable party will give work clearing tions are not known. This city has not
briduo work fo r out-
and caring for adjoining ten acres, been in communication with Southern
o f- t o w n patrons in
Cols, llanmocks, Canvas and Covers
on e day i f desired.
amount to apply on purchase price. Ad Florida points for three days. Much
I'uinlo«* oxtra ctioa
1 o r 1.000 a t f a c t o r y p rice*.
fri*o when platen o r
P. 0 . Box 131, Portland, or phone anxiety is felt about Miami.
Watch Your Temper.
PACIFIC U N f AND AWNING CO.
bridge work Is order-
wind was still blowing 75 miles an
A kind-hearted person’s rage soon A 5374.
27 N . F irst St.. Portland. Or.
®'L Consultation free.
hour there today, but the barometer
cools when he looks Into.the terror-
Molar Crowns $ 5 .0 1
22k B rid f.TM th4 .0l
reflecting eyes of a child or a dog, and
1 .0 1
secs what wonder, what fear, what
Early this morning the sloop Frolic
For Red. Work, We«ry, Watery Eye. u d
Enamel Filling. 1 .0
protest, hts storm has awakened. He
was dashed to pieces against the sea
I G I R A N U L A T E D E Y E L I D S
wall and a power launch was sunk, but
Murine Doesn ’ t Smart—Soothes Eye Pain feeling.
Each one can discover a
no lives were lost.
5 .0 0
Fall S«t *f T«dh « i y . tS.00
Drnggiata Sail M arina Eya Remedy, Liquid, .15c, 50c, $1.00
Best Red Rubber _
The Norwegian steamer Fos, from
7 .5 0
M u r i n e E y a S a l v e , in A a e p t i c T u b e s , 2 5 c , $ 1 .0 0
Bridge-work of Terth wiA-
should quickly discover and speedily
Port Tampa, October 12, for Europe,
$3.50 to $5.00
E Y E B O O K S A N D A D V I C E F R E E B Y M A IL
Painless Extr'tion . 5 0
L W. A. Wftl, P m naan ua Mil
la y u m uuaiuHia m ramua
Norfolk, is ashore off Doca Grande
M u r in e E y e R e m e d y C o .C h ic a g o
A l l w o r k fu lly fn m rn n te e d f o r fift e e n y ea rs.
Good Rakbef Plate« « i y $5.00
island. Her crew o f 18 has arrived
The Flash or uemua.
Cold or Porcelain Crown
here. The American steamer Herman
C o . , me.
$3 50 to $5 00
A man should learn to detect and
Frasch, from New York, for Sabine,
Gold or PorceUto t illing*. $1 up
P a in le ss D e n tis ts
watch that gloam of light which
Tex., ia disabled off Alligator Key
Fallinc Building, Third and Washington. PORTLAND, ORE.
Silver Fillings only . . . 50c to $1
Offlea Hoars: I A. M. to I P. 11. loa d ers, t to 1
OPIUM—TOBACCO flnshes across his mind from within
Painless Extra ct»« only. . . 50c
li «tilts P ositively Cured.
more than the luster of the firmament
FREE wkea Plates are ordered
Only authorized K eeler In«
of bards and sages. Yet he dismisses
fltltutn in Ort uon. Writ®
No. 44 —’10
V N U
“ Nobody Gets Hurt Flying.”
O ur W ork G uaranteed P erfect
fo r Illustrated circular.
without notice his thought, because
Kir; F» I nsti TMTF. 7 1 E. 11 TM M.
Special attention to out-of-town patron«,
New York — The heedlessneas o f a
Droi> ti* a post«! for appointment. Out-of-town
It Is his. In every work of genius we
Il KW writing to advertiser® plea®«
»O i k com oil ed in • day. No better work anjr-
moment came near causing the death
l n P i i 'l i m t h i s p a p e r .
whero. Modern equipment. Every operator a
P O R TL A N I X O R E G O N . recognise our own rejected thoughts, «pecialiüt.
o f John B. Moissant, the American
they come back to us with a certain
aviator, while he was trying out his
YORK DENTI8T8 new
Blériot monoplane at Belmont
H A. 8TURDEVANT. Mgr.
Park Thurdsay. He fell 125 feet and
C uriously Expressed.
Hoars: 8 a. ■. to 8 p. ■ ; Sundays. 9 a. mto 1 p. ■
wrecked the machine beyond repair,
Curious ways of expressing Ideas In
but picked himself out o f the dust un
English may be expected from foreign
hurt and hurried to his anxious wife.
ers, as, for Instance, when the French
“ Are you hurt?” she stammered.
Equality of the Sexes.
man. who made a call In the country
“ Why, no; nobody ever gets hurt
Traveling in the country, I observe
and was about to be Introduced to the
said: “ Ah, xe ladles! Zen I *ith Indignation that the scarecrow In flying,” answered Moissant. “ It was
Seamstresses, watch-makers, art family,
vould before, If you please, vtsh to every field Is represented as a man! my fault for removing my feet from
ists,draughtsmen,and manyothers, purify mine 'ands and to sweep mine The flapping of a woman’s skirt, the the rudder to regulate the oil feed .’ ’
w iring of her feathers, would assured
cannot properly handle their tools hair.”
ly be as effective for tho purpose a®
Earnings Largest Ever.
with cold, stiff hands. Many a lost
It Would 8«em So.
is the dangling of a coatf W e will
St. Paul— The 21st annual report of
The subjoined Item appeared in a eventually displace man in every
hour or two on cold winter morn
the Great Northern railway, just is
French newspaper: “ There was found
sued, says that the improvement in
ings results from the delayed heat In the river this morning the body of field.— London Truth.
conditions during the fiscal year end
of furnace or stove.
a soldier cut to piece« and sewed up
ing June 30 last, resulted in the larg
In a sack. The circumstances seem
est earnings for one year ever reported
The Perfection O il Heater in to preclude env «««rdcion of suicide."
by the company.
The report shows
a few minutes gives the tempera
Easy to See.
that gross operating revenues for the
When e man says he la "looking
ture that assures the worker warm
year were $64,465,339, an increase o f
around" end has not yet quite decided
20.08 per cent over the previous year.
hands and pliable muscles. The
what he will engage tn. we know what
The net operating revenue was $25,-
la on his mind: An automobile agency.
187,273, an increase o f 19.17 per cent.
The operating expenses showed an in
Ayer’s Hslr Vigor was good, crease o f 20.65 per cent.
F o r th e A m b it i o n®— •
S m o H E u sr
Illinois Central Stockholders Spring
Trap on Directors
A TRULY BENEFI
Dr. B. E. Wright
D r . B . E . W rig h t C o .
Compare Our Prices K O D A K S
TB Vt MURINE EYE REMED >v
W ise Dental
P eople W h o W o r k
Indoors W ith T h eir H ands
O u r New
H a ir V ig or
Absolutely smokeless a n i odorless
quickly gives beat, snd with one filling of the font burns steadily for nine hours,
without smoke or smell. Hss ■ n lo m a t le - lo c h l n u l l « m e s p r e a d e r which
prevents the wick from being turned high enough lo smoke, snd Is easy to remove
and drop back so the wick c m be quickly cleaned
It has ■ Samper top snd a coo! handle. Indicator always shows the amount
of oil in the font. The filler-cap does not need to be screwed down ; It is put in
by - a v..,
chain, and-cannot get lost.
e a cork
cor* in a bottle,
d o m i c , suu
i ® attached
® ii ® v . h <. u to
'»v for ■ u,
The burner body* or gallery cannot become wedged, , I because of a new device
in construction, end consequently, it can alwava be e easily unscrewed in tn
japan or nickel, is strong,
Perfection Is finished in japi
durable, well-made,’ built for service, and yet light and ornamental.
the M art St agency o f the
Standard Oil Company
I & Œ J n to e rô ttp
C b u c a tto n !
b y m ail fo r tho«® w h o can n o t a tti n i ln I
p erson . A ll in strn -tion , im -lnding rtnrl I
, exam I nation®. I® F R K B
Fur tench er*
student® prepa rin g fo r collag® or a n ; •
t f . » om «n « c lu b « , grane*«. ®nf*lio<r*
horn® B a k e r«.
N o p ro lim lnary *
lio n I® ranuired. T h i s !
op p ortu n ity f o r you.
b e a d for a deaeri pii v® b u lle tin to th®
S tu d y D ep n rtn
University o f Oregon
• • -
the best thaf was made. But
Ayer’s Hair Vigor, n-w im
proved formula, is better. It
is the one great specific for fall
ing hair. A new preparation in
every way. New bottle. New
contents. Ask your druggist to
show ittoyou, “ the new kind.”
Dee» not change the color o f the hair.
F o rm u la w ith ««oh b o tti«
Sh ow i t to y ©or
d o cto r
Aok b l n ab o u t It.
tbon do oo ho ooy«
Nation's Birthday Kept.
Yorktown, Pa.. Oct., 2 0 .— With
much fervor the 129th anniversary of
the achievement o f Independence, or
the birth o f the republic, was celebra
ted here yesterday. On the spot where
Lord Cornwallis surrendered to Gen
eral George Washington and at the ex
act hour when the British soldiers
marched out o f Yorktown October 19,
1781, the ceremonies took place.
The celebration continued all day
Slayer of Empress Dies.
[ As we now mike our new Hair Vigor it
Geneva— Luigi Luccheni, who as
| Joes not have the slightest effect upon
j the color of the hair. You may use it sassinated the empress o f Austria in
] freely snd for sny length of time wit'.i- 1898, committed suicide here in prison.
oot fesr of chsnging the color. Stops Two days ago Luccheni went violently
falling hair. Cures dandruff.
w ill he iso/.C. Asme*.. u « u S la v —
Sherman Clay & Co.
E S T A B L IS H E D
Y E A R S
SIXTH, AT MORRISON ST., PORTLAND, OR.
We want you to try this Piano IN YOUR
HOME FREE. We want you to try it at
our expense because—
At the end o f thirty days the Piano
ITSELF will convince you o f the following
It’ 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-o n easy payments— that
w e ’ re willing to let it be IT ’S OW N SALESMAN.
It will tell it’s own story to you—in your home—if you’ ll send us the
Please send me full particulars concerning this unusual Piano offer.
Better Look Outside.
If you want to make the beat of
your life, don’t spend much tlm« In
looking within and wondering If youi
feelings are all right. Look outside
instead, and see what you are doing
for others, what you are saying about
other people, how you are behaving to
those around you. If you are behav
ing kindly and truly to your nelgl»
bor you will not go far wrong.
The Circle Railroad in London dfc
scribes a circle whose diameter is
about 10 miles. In the car was an old
and very obese lady, who expressed
the utmost solicitude lest she be car
ried past her station. A passenger as
sured her that her station was half an
hour away, and that he would tell her
when they reached it.
“Thank you very much, sir," said
the old lady, "but whenever I gets
out, bein’ as ’ow I’m so eavy, I backs
out; an’ I ain’t more than ’arf way
out afore along comes a guard, an’
'e says, ‘ Look lively there, mum,’ says
he, ‘look lively, an’ 'e pushes me bark
In again, an’ I’ve been round the cir
cle three times this morning!"
T ru e 8ecret of Livin g.
The secret of living is the discov
ery of tho greatest good, the thing«
that are really worth tho seeking, the
values that do not fade nor depreci
ate. The greatest good you can do
any person or people Is to train them
to make this discrimination, to help
them to chooBe
amongst the many possible prizes th«
ones that are worthy.
Footgear Brought Success.
was the sturdy sandals of the
Teutonic tribes that enabled them to
march across Europe to the walls of
Rome, and we know that the footgear
of an army Is still a most Important
part of Its equipment Those whom
the Romans called Scythians wore
rough sheepskin boots and the Gauls
were already noted for their wooden
Power of the Soul.
The soul can use a fin# body mor#
effectively than It can a poor body,
but It can do wonders through an
Inadequate body.—Charles W. Eliot.
W om en a* w ell a* men are
m ade m iserable b y kidney and
bla dd er trou b le- D r. K ilm er'#
S w a m p -R oot the R-reat k idney
HI A M F
rem ed y prom ptly relieve®. A t
* drmriri.sts in ttfty -cen t and
dolla r sizes. You m a y have a sam ple b ottle by
m ail free. A lso pam ph let telling all about It.
Addreaa D r. K ilm er & Co.. Iiingham ton, N . Y .
New York’s Nigh* Workers,
it Is generally supposed that the
night workers are few In number,
but careful canvass shows that the
total number of persons who work
after sundown In New York reaches
the figure of 52,000. This Is equal to
the population of each of such cities
as Springfield, Mass., Hoboken, N .J..
Savannah, Ga., Utica, N. Y., and
Elizabeth, N. J.
Three Hardest Words.
A learned man has said that the
¿hree hardest words to pronounce In
the English language are “ I was mis
taken.” When Frederick the Great
wrote to the senate, “ I have Just lost
a battle, and It’s entirely my own
fault," Goldsmith says, “ his confession
showed more greatness than all his
tins I RIGHT
CLOSSET A DEVEJB
The Real Injury.
"You know the fate of the pitcher
that goes to the well too often.” “ Go
ing to the well never hurt a pitcher
yet. It’s going to the corner saloon
that sends him back to the bush
leagues."— Philadelphia Lodger.
**I tried all kinds of blood remedies
which failed to do me any good, but I
have found the right thing at last My
face was full of pimples and black-heads.
After taking Cascarets they all left I am
continuing the use of them and iect»tri-
mending them to my friend*. I fetl fine
when I rise in the morning. Hope to
have a chance to recommend Cascarets.M
Fred C. Witten, 76 Elm St., Newark, N. J.
Pleasant. P alatabi«. P otent. T ast* Good.
D o Good. N ev er S icken. W eaken o r Grip®.
10c, 26c, 60c. N ever «old in bulk. T he K«n-
aln® ta blet stam ped C C C. G uaranteed to
cu re or you r m oney back.
‘ ■FILL Y O U R O W N T E E T H ”
i f you have achinpr teeth or ca vities and you are
too n ervous fo r the dental ordeal, try Kill-O. the
hom e den tist. A t drutw ista or b y mail. 26c.
FILL 0 MFG CO.. 351 F«virr Bid«.. Seiltlc. W ik
Blum ac-r-Frank Drujr Co., d istributor* fo r O regon
A TRIP T O P O R T L A N D F R E E
CUT RATES IN
P a in le s s E x t r a c t i o n ........ Pre®
S ilv er F i l l i n g s .........................30c
G old F illin g s ............................ 75«
22 K. G old C r o w n s ...................83
P o rce la in C r o w n s ...................83
M ola r G old C r o w n « .................84
U n du e W o r k , 22 K. G o l l . . 83
In la y F ills, P ure G o l d ..........82
V e r y N ice R u b b e r P la t e ... .84
H est R u b b e r P la te on E a r t h . . , ................................ 8T
A L L T H IS W O R K IS G U A R A N T Y I>
D o n ’ t th row y o u r m on ey aw ay. A d olla r saved
is tw odolla r® ea rn ed . O u r orig in a l relia b le M od em
Painles* M ethod * and o u r p e r fe c t e d ofllc® « q u ip -
men t sa v es u s tim e and y o u r m oney.
HOSTON D E N T IS T S . 5 t h
M o r m o n . P e r tla a i
Intraace 291H Morrison, «ppodta i I f l a m i Meier a
Frank. Fstahliihcd in Portland 10 year*. Open evening*
until 8 anti Sunday* until 12:10. for people who work.
W. L. DOUGLAS
•3 93 H & *S4 SHOES
FO R MEN
<St W O M E N
B O Y S ’ S H O E S , * 2 .0 0 *2.5 0 A N D *3.00.
W.L.Dougtas $ 3 .0 0 , $3.BO and $4.00 tthnns
ano p ositlvo ly tho boa t in a do and moat p o p
u la r ahooa forih op rlo o in A n t.< irio a ,a n d a ro
tho moat oco no m lo a l ahooa fo r you to buy. ,
D o you roall/.o th a t m y m I km - m h ave b een th e «taiiilard to r o v e r 1
3 0 y e a r«, t h a t I m a k e a m i h «*1I m o r e i.'l.lM), *#:?.."VO itml 8 1 .0 0
a lio e s th n n an y o t h e r m a n u fa c t u r e r In th e t .S ., timl th a t D O L
L A R F O K D O L I .A K , 1 O U A K A N T K K 31Y M IO K .s to h o ld t h e ir .
s h a p e , lo o k nixl fit b e tte r ,a m i w e a r lo n g e r t b a n u n y o t h e r HS.'I.Ot).
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a n d w h e n it c o m e * t im e f o r y o u to purtdiaae a n o th e r p a ir , y o u w ill he m o r e th a n
t>lc>t«®d b ecau se ihn last on e* w ore ao w e ll, am i g a v e you ho m u c h c o m fo r t.
C A U T IO N !
li your dealer cannot supply j
T A K E NO S U B S T IT U T E
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VV . L . D O L U L A » , 1 l.B M p u r k a n e e l , I I r o c k I o n , M a o® .
In the matter of food you can’t afford to
rsacrifice Quality for Cheapness. Econom y
is right and good but inferior food products
are dear at any price.
is economical— not Cheap. Try
it. The best at any price or
your money back.
JAQLFS MFG. CO.
G u a re n te ««
Fura F o o d L e w .