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T U R KE Y S
H a v e you an y T u rk a y j to nail fo r T h a n k s -
g iv in g ?
H a v e you D u ck s to sell?
H a v e you G eo»«* to sell?
H a v e you C h ic k e n s to sell? How m any?
G a t in to co m m u n icatio n w ith us a t o n ce.
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'TlffhUnc: the Beef Truat”
Location or uarden of Eden.
The late Oeneral Gordon firmly
Heved tho Coco de Mer to be the tor*
bidden fruit, and the SiychnlKa Is
lands to bo the site of the Garden of
Rden This idea was b o firmly fixed
in bis mind that ho caused soundings
to be taken of the surrounding sea,
for tho purpose of tracing tho courses
of the four rivers, and the results con
firmed him In his belief.
D r . B . E. W r ig h t
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done. F a r o u t-o f-to w n p atro n » wo finish plate
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t«od Rslikw PIstH $5.00 they aro combined in Hood’s Sarsa
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$ 7 .5 0
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Here Is a receipt for keeping young
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it with all your heart. Think kindly
of and act Jdstly toward those by
whom you aro surrounded. This roclpe.
If followed, will Insure a good diges
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make a woman of forty-five look and
feel fifteen years younger.
To Frustrate Burglar«.
The largest type burglar-proof safe
f l built to withstand the gas “cutting
burners’’ used so effectively by many
crooks, and revolves, when It lfl
closed, by means of an electrio
**That thermometer I bought la a
fraud. It hain’t brought on no ex
traordinary weather.” “You’ve got the
wrong idea, Peleg. A thermometer
won’t act like a lightning rod.M
Virtue by Itself is not strong
enough, or anything like It. It must
have strength added to It and the de
termination to use that strength.-—
Glory In Doing One's Best.
The reason so many people are not
contented and happy In their work
Is because they do not do their best
at It. Never be satisfied with second
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METHODICAL MR. BLINXOM.
M y sterio u s
C lea r
of Tw o
H tm .
“I am, I have been all my life,” wild
Mr. Bllnxom, according to the New
York Sun, “a very methodical man.
I rise at a certain hour, take my
breakfast at a certain time and start
downtown daily always at a certain
minute by the clock; but this day for
■ome unaccountable reason I found
myself starting two minuted early,
and really it quite disturbed me. I
couldn't understand how or where I
had gained that two minutes.
"But that wasn’t tho only bewilder
ing thing that was to happen to me
this morning. At the office when I
took off my hat the office boy, before
he could check himself, started back
from me with a look of astonishment.
A man who came In to see me five
minutes later looked at me for a mo
ment with what was clearly amaze
ment, and another man who came In
a little later still started back a step
when he saw me with ‘Er-r-r—hm-m—
ha—’ before he collected himself and
got down to business.
“Then, at a later time yet, when I
sent for my stenographer, who is com
monly very calm and sedate, why,
when she came in she all but laughed
at me this morning, and she seemed
to be quivering with merriment over
something all through my dictation.
What could It all mean? Really, I
was lost in wonderment over it all
until It came time to go out to lunch
eon, when, as I was drying my hands,
I happened to see myself in a mirror.
Then I was ready to laugh after I had
got over my amazement.
“My head looked like that of tht,
wild man of Borneo, my hair was so
mixed up and twisted and tousled. I
had somehow forgotten to comb my
hair this morning, and no wonder I
had created a commotion. But I was
glad of one thing. This made it all
clear to me how I had come to gain
that two minutes in starting away
from home, and that was a satisfac
tion to me, anyway, for I am very
REV. THOMAS I. GASSON,
HEADS BOSTON COLLEGE
With the recent
plana for a new
Boston college, on
the name of its
Thomas 1. Gasson.
8. J., has been
nently before the
public, says Hu
He Is a recog
nized authority In all that makes for
true progress, genial and easy of ap
proach In his personality, and stern
In his principles of right and wrong
His sense of humor is very keen, and
he has many an opportunity of exer
cising It. He tells a story of some
little boys In a sodality, several
years ago, who, when they found he
was to be their director, laid down
the law in no mistaken terms regard
ing the sermons they wanted. “l>on’t
preach more than ten minutes.” they
said; “we don’t like long sermons.”
This to a man accustomed to hold
his listeners Interested for long dis
Even when the Joke Is against him,
he enjoys it, and his friends have
many a laugh over Incidents droll
enough in themselves, but droller still
from his way of telling them. Intel
lectual though he Is. he loves little
ones dearly, no matter what their
creed or color. At the close of a visit
to Oldtown, Me., recently, he brought
a little Indian lad back to Boston
with him to see the sights. The lad’s
wonder grew with everything new
he saw, and the elevated railway ex
cited his Intense admiration.
wanted samples of everything to bring
back with him, but when the sam
ples Included such trivial things as
railways and typewriters, kind and
generous though Father Gasson was,
he had to refuse.
People from every walk of life come
to him for advice, from the day labor
sr In his overalls to the polished pro
fessor with his “Ologies” and “Isms.”
As a lecturer Father Gasson Is also
well known, and of late years espe
dally, he has attracted large audi
ences at various literary organiza
tions. He is always to the fore when
there Is a question of the uplifting of
the people, or raising the standard of
education. Questions, whether of men
tal or moral development, are each
and all of great Importance to him.
and each and all are treated in a
England’s by nationality, but Amer
ica’s by adoption, he has made him
self the friend and adviser of thou
sands of men and women, both
learned and unlearned.
BARONESS VON SUTTNER
AN APOSTLE OF PEACE
All through her
life on advocate
and laborer for
t h e c a u s e of
pence, It Is not
IT W I L L C U R E
The Philosopher of Folly.
G e t a 2 5 -c e n t vial. I f it fa ils to c u re I w ill r e
von S u t t n e r ,
“Women are sure their husbands
fu n d y ou r m oney. M unyon’s, P h ila .
MUNYON’ S RHEUMATISM CURE are smart,” says the Philosopher of
E u r o p e — yes,
Folly, “because they think maybe
they can make some other women
th in k i t ’s true.”
because of her
S T R IN G A N D B A N D
books and her ef
IN S T R U M E N T S
forts for universal
wonder why is the weather
All S h w t M u sic 16c. M .il o rd e rs c a r e fu lly at-
ten d ed to.
freedom from warfare, should again,
S M IT H & S T O R E Y
“For the same reason, I suppose, this year, be one of the winners of the
127 F ifth S t ., P o r t la n d , Or.
that the dog wood or the tin roof Nobel peace prize. This feminine
apostle of the splendid cause is a most
“ F IL L Y O U R O W N T E E T H ”
gracious woman and a clever conver
sationalist. The friend erf everyone in
F IL L - O
Though we soar into the heavens, terested in arbitration, ehe has met
I f you hav e a ch in g te e th o r c a v itie s and you a re
too nervo u s fo r th ^ d en tal ord eal, try F ill-O , th e though we should sink Into the abyss, celebrated people of many countries
horn*.- d e n tist. A t d r u g g is ts o r by m ail. 25c.
we never go out of ourselves; It la and is therefore a most interesting
FILL-0 MFC CO.. 3SI tapir« BIJt. Seattle. Wish.
always our own thought that we per speaker. She talks fluently in many
B lu m a e r-F r a n k D ru g Co., d is tr ib u to rs fo r O regon
languages and Is a broad-minded, deep-
thinking woman, free from prejudice.
This devoted Austrian lady was born
OWARD E. BU R TO N - Assayer and Chemist.
Lt-udville. Colorado. Sp ecim en price«: Gold,
67 years ago at Prague, daughter of
S ilv e r. L ead , II. G old. Silv e r. T5o; Gold 50c: Zmo
o r C o p p e r .il. M ailing envelopes and fu ll p r ic e lis t the late Field Marshal Count
sen t o n ap p lication. C ontrol and U m pire work so
von Kinsky, a member of one of the
licite d . R e feren ce: C arbonate N ation al B ank.
most ancient and famous houses of
. C OFFEEr
Austria. One would hardly expect an
apostle of peace to arise from the war
HOOD RIVER ORCHARD LAND like house of Kinsky, or that a mem
for sale by owner; choice ten acres i l j ber of that aristocratic family would
milea from city, elevation about 1,600 ! devote her entire life to working for
feet, almost level, red shot soil, two the people, persuading them that the
acres six-year-old trees; balance raw only thing that can save the nations is
state. Price $1,700, easy terms. To a universal peace. The early life of
reliable party will (rive work clearin(r the countess was passed at Vienna,
and caring for adjoining ten acres,
amount to apply on purchase price. Ad and, owing to her father’s h'gh posi
dress P. O. Box 131, Portland, or phone tion, it was very brilliant, furnishing
her with much information that has
been useful in her work. The numer
ous books she has written show a
great knowledge of life tn all it»
I When quite a young girt the Count
W H EN W E M AKE
ess Kinsky was engaged to Prince
j Wittgenstein, and It was his early
death in battle that brought to her
and fo r th e in sig n ifica n t
su m o f $2.25, w ith "'V *
forcibly all the horrors of war. For
O reg on Com pres • A
| many years she mourned her lover
C lo th e s W a sh e r . T h
lit tle m ach in e , v ...^ n
I and she was no longer young when
w o rk s in an o rd in ary
I she met and married Baron Oundacar
w a -h tu b w ith p r a c ti
I von Suttner. The baron sympathized
cally n o e ffo rt, (a child
can w o :k it) cle an se s
! in all her views and with his help she
a tu b o f clo th e s in th re e
has accomplished much that she might
m in u tes. I t ’s t h e c ir
cu lation o f h o t w ate r,
otherwise have been unable to fulfill.
soap and a ir th a t does
He also was a writer, and he did much
th e w ork.
P R IC E S :
for the cause of peace.
Tin M ach in e
The baroness has a thorough knowl
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edge of English literature and her
E x p r e s s p rep aid .
books are the result of her reasoning
N e v er sold in sto re s. S e n d fo r one today.
and her wide reading The baroness
A g e n ts w an ted e v e ry w h e re .
C O IU M B IX M fG . C O .
Is president of the Austrian Peace so
U l Tenth S t., Portland, O re.
ciety and is vice-president of the Ia>
tematlonal Peace bureau at Bern«
CUT RATE MUSIC HOUSE
SOUTH AMERICAN CITIXS.
M o d .r e
S p irit
A r s .n ll n a ,
H r a s ll, C h ile a iitl P e r u .
The municipality of Buenos Aires
will have Its own exhibit, but this wilt
not take into account the indescribable
attractiveness of t’jv- largest city In
the Southern Hemisphere. Here alone
is an object lesson of the progress and
accomplishment of South America. The
business and social life there is
equaled only by that of London. Paris
or New York. The luxury and display
are exceeded not .even by these capi
tals. But what Is seen In the metrop
olis of Argentina by no means ex
hausts the astonishment of the individ
ual who for the first time becomes
really interested In our sister conti
nent, says Albert Hale In the Ameri
can Review of Reviews There is no
place in the exhibition for illustration
of the development of genuine civiliza
tion In these cities of South America,
but in their way they express even bet
ter perhaps than railways and trans
portation all that is to the credit of
these ten republics celebrating a natal
day. Manaos, 1.000 miles up the Ama
zon, is as modern as Kansas City. Rio
de Janeiro, which the traveler on the
way down must pass, with its magnifi
cent Evenida Central, Its beautiful har
bor just nearing completion at a cost
of $50,000.000, can put to the blush
many a city of the Old or New World
for the excellence of its civic progress.
If this traveler Is wise he will not be
content with the exhibition alone, but
will cross the Andes and learn further
lessons from such cities as Santiago
and Valparaiso in Chile and Lima in
Peru. They all manifest the spirit ol
the twentieth century with as much
vigor as our cities display and, as a
rule, they are far more beautiful, sur
prising as the statement may appear
to the untraveled North American.
To the thousands of per
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ments of the Stomach, Kid
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who therefore feel half-
sick all the time, we want
to urge an immediate trial
of Hostetter’s Stomach Bit
ters. W e know from past
experience that it will be
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bring about an improve
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Constipation and Malarial
Fever. Try it today.
Old-Time Espousal Ring.
A particularly beautiful form of es
pousal ring was known as t ie "glm-
mel” or linked ring, which was made
in parts, which, when brought to
gether, assumed the appearanco of
the ring shown with clasped hands.
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SCHLMAChl R FUR CO.
M an u fn c tu re r s o f F u rs .
R aw F u rs b o u g h t and
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Englishman Wins Speed Trial In
International Aviation Meet.
SIXTH, AT MORRISON ST., PORTLAND, OR.
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At the end of thirty days the Piano
IT SE LF will convince you of the following
I t ’s the best value on earth for the price
MUSICALLY and MECHANICALLY
Frenchman In Monoplane Was Mak
ing Better Time. But Met With
New York—Claude Grahame-White,
flying for the Royal Aero ciuh of the
United Kingdom, lifted the Gordon I
Bennettt international speed trophy
from the custody of America in the
fastest time ever covered in the full \
distance of 100 kilometers, (62.14 ,
miles) around a five-kilometer course. |
His average speed was a fraction
better than 61 miles an hour, and his |
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onds, but the captain of the French
team, Alfred LeBlanc, flying
similar machine, a 100-horse power
Blériot monoplane, was making each
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Applause Under Difficulties.
Opie Read, the novelist, appeared a .
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. tlon in Peoria.
"It was a very enthusiastic audi
ence.” said Mr. Read. "They laughed
heartily, but they didn’t applaud much.
, You see, there were so many one-
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S h e m u in
of t h e
W A L T E R B U O O K 1N S
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ported as saying that he could live In
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reported that I had gravel, and further en nutmegs and basswood hams.
said that in order to regain my health
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sary. I did not want to be operated on was recently arrested for grinding up
as I was afraid that I would not re cigar boxes and soiling the result as
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it makes him feel funny when th«
MRS. MARGARET E. ANDERSON, baby sets up a yell and say9: “I want
mamma! ” ________________ _
State of Minnesota
County of Hennepin t ° ’
Personally appeared before me this
Tn verse I like a lengthy deal; I
23d day of Sept., 1909, Mrs. Margaret like the old time bard. I like old
E. Anderson,of the City of Minneapolis poems like “Lucille”—you read ’em
of the State of Minnesota, who sub by the yard.
scribed the above, and on oath says
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M. M. K erridgb .
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Commission expires March 26, 1914. 40-H . P . S t e r lin g e n g in e ; c a r ry 20 p a ss e n g e rs; S
lap on an average of 20 seconds faster
than Grahame-White, and would have
won the cup if he had not met with a
disastrous accident in his last lap when
he had the race seemmeingly well in
LeBlanc’s first lap was a new world’s
record in itself for five kilometers, 2
minutes and 45.63 seconds, but he sub
sequently exceeded it with a lap done
in 2 minutes 44.32 Beconds.
LeBlance was running with the
fir st-c la ss o u tfit; $1MX).
C. W . B.
wind under full power at an estimated
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Dr. Kilmer 4 Co.
speed of 80 miles an hour, when the Binghamton,
feed pipe from his gasoline tank to his
motor loosened and he suddenly found | Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham W rite fo r c a ta lo g u e s and lite ra tu r e . D eveloping
himself with nothing but momentum
prom p t a tte n tio n
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. I t will
to carry him.
Fortland Photo Supply Co.
It is a peculiarity of racing aero convince anyone. You will also receive 149 T h ird S t r e e t
booklet of valuable information, tell
planes that they are trimmed down so a ing
all aboi t the kidneys and bladder.
fine they cannot execute a proper vol When writing, be sure and mention
Tents, Awnings, Sail»
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Cols, Hammocks, Canvas and Csvcn
1 or 1,000 a t fa c to ry p rices.
They must come to earth under power, Price fifty-cents and one-dollar.
PACIFIC T IN T AND AWNING C a
and even then they bump severely on
27 N. F ir s t S t.. P o rtla n d . O r.
landing. LeBlance was helpless and
An Evident Success.
panic-stricken. He tried to lift his
**So you have a position as stenogra
planes so that the last few drops of pher. I hopo you will succeed in ma
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gasoline might filter down into the en king yourself Indispensable to your
For Red, Weak, Weory, Wetery Eyee a
gine and lend him strength to make a employer.” “I think I have, auntie.
; R A N U L A T E D E Y E L ID S
Murine Doesn’t Smart—Soothes Eye Pain
We are to be married next month.”
Drufcut, Sell Murine E r . Remedy. Liquid. 25c. Sfc, l l . e
His steerage way was gone, and
M u rin e E y e S a l y e , in A a .p t ic T u b . . , 2 S c , $ 1 .0 #
Nibbles the Wood.
when a puff of wind caught him he
“I’m tired of this old Joke about a E Y E B O O K S A N D A D V I C E F R E E B Y MAIL
drifted sideways, still driving at tre
M u r in e E y e R e m e d y C o .,C h ic a « o
mendous speed, and crashed head fore woman sharpening a pencil with her
most into a telegraph pole. The pole husband’s razor.” “There’s nothing
was 14 inches thick, but he broke it in In It. No woman sharpens a penclL r
F i o r t h e A m b i t l o u s —
three pieces. The first fragment was Qhe gnaws It to a point.”
sliced clean off 12 feet up and snapped
In Sunday School.
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ugain at the bottom of the stump.
Teacher—“What happened to Lot’s
The third and topmost fragment fell wife?” Young America—“I suppose
e d u c a t io n
over backwards and smashed down on you mean about her turning to salt,
the fragile planes.
by m ail fo r th o «e w ho c a n n o t atte n d in
but that looks to me like a yellow
p e rso n . A ll in s tr u c tio n , in clu d in g final
The chassis and steel shield which Journal story.”
e x am in atio n s, is F R E E .
F o r te a ch e rs,
encloses the motor were completely
stu d e n ts pro p arin g fo r co lle g e o r u n iv e rst
n g in e e rs and
crumpled, but the solid steel of the
Saves Edge of Pie.
hom e m ak e rs .
N o preliminary exjunlno-
motor itself withstood the shock. Had
A wire contrivance, patented by an
tio n is requ
ired , T h is m all co u rse met
opportui n lty fo r you.
LeBlanc hit the pole in another man Illinois man to lift a pie from an oven
Sen d fo
' r a d e s c rip tiv e b u lle tin t o t h e
ner, it is difficult to see how he could ’s designed to operate ao that the edge
»m lenre S tu d y I> ep «rti
have escaped death.
of the crust v ill rot be broken.
U n n i i x v e r s i t y o f O r e g o n
Charles K. Hamilton, of the Ameri
can team, was enthusiastic.
“ LeBlanc is the best track driver in
the world,” he said.
“ The way he
took those turns was a marvel. Gra “ For months I had great trouble with my
hame-White would never have been in stomach and used all kinds of medicines.
it except for LeBlanc’s accident, and My tongue has been actually as green as
H abit« Positively C are«.
O nly authorized K e eler la#
no American machine had a chance grass, my breath having a bad odor. Two
tuto lu O regon. W rlta
fo r illu Btrntea r lr r e ls r ,
with him. I am going to throw my week« ago a friend recommended Cascarets
zmrr inumi n,7lL li til.
machine into the scrap heap and buy a an«l after using them I can willingly and
9ay that they have entirely
Blériot before I leave this track. The cheerfully
cured me. I therefore let you know t h a t I
biplane is out of date and we might as shall recommend them to any one suffer
well admit it .”
ing from such troubles.” — Chat. H. Hal-
•wrn. 114 E 7 th St., New York. N. Y.
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Explosion Injures Seventeen,
San Francisco—Seventeen persons
were severely hurt in an explosion
from a fire in an apartment house in
Four of the number
were newspaper men and the others
were members of the fire department.
Most of the lodgers had left the build
ing before the explosion occurred, ami
those who remained on the upper floors
escaped on fire ladders.
Joseph Cappelli and Hosemsn Thomas
Bell of the fire department were over- |
I come by gas and were rescued by their
Coughs o f
Especially night coughs. Na
ture needs a little help to quiet
the Irritation, control the in-8
Hammation, check the progress l|
of the disease. Our advice is ^
— give the ch ild ren A y e r’sf
C h e r r y P ectoral. Ask your!
doctor if this is his advice also.)'
He knows best. Do as he says.
¡Paralysis Kills Student.
Princeton, N. J . — Marcus Crawford,
W « p u b lish o u r fo rm u las
| of Franklin, Pennsylvania, member of
I the freshman class of the university,
W » u r i » y o a to
| died in the universary infirmary of in -1
s o n ■u i t y o u r
do ato r
Crawford went to j
the infirmary four days ago, complain
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despite heroic efforts to save him, he order. “ Correct it, at o n c e !” he will
succumbed to the disease.
•ay. Then a*k him about Avtr’s Pills
This is the second death from the A mild liver pill, all vegetable.
/ th* J. C. A¿ «r Oe., Lowell. Maas.——
same disease in the freshman class.
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