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f r ifn t i tha M m p lM o f our I m
w ool nulling«, U k a lw o o r Ikraaor»
.«Urn a u d you h a .a aaruaO tba n u ll
I-»u o a n 't f o il to c o l ordarn.
Our M beau tifu l aamilaa
craalo • aanaaUou whaia*an
•bown. N oo n a a v e r aaw aucb
BiatiTialn a t lh a price befora.
Y o u t o k a o iriak .
a h ip p a d o n approval, r jb ja c t t o M
k o o rn ' exam in ation .
CuaVmiara I r i
(o .»ln o n a n d muni ba MtlafUd w i l l
«1 via. >1 and qu a lity be .o ra p aying.
W « P a y I a p r o a a o n C v a r y tM n a l
T o u c a n undaraall arary bod y .
•lothua fu r y ou r fr ie n d « a t la«« coal
. Ilian Ihuy pay a i y w h e re aUa and
inaka wbuleaalar' a. J o b b w 'a a a d ra
tal I d e a le r '• profit«. T h a t B o a t « th«
«w ellaet, claanaat an d n ic ««t buaiuaaa
In A m erica I k B t( Hu* uaaa th at m«>ra
•baa Joutolee your aaralnts
Wa aaal yea
to repaaaaai ua aoo Dua l wait w «ll aeawbuiy
alae takaa Uila areal Lualoaaa Wa aipartaao«
aaaaaaary. Waf .rnlU» you our pnrtfcllu wltk «0
■auipioe of the lauai soa na «1 riaaaad aalara,
• »'u tal; free I»o you aaal th laaaall ma4a-
•rdar aull aad Ihlarauarfcably aaay Moaay
eking loidiMM ttial will uiaka you Heal A
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awell olutbaaaada Mg bualnaea
Tom Brown#, Celebrated English A/
tlet, Meete Oueplcloue Negro
Tom Browne, the celebrated English
humorous artist, may be said to have
had no education whatever In draw
ing. He educated himself. What he
saw he drew, and his genius made It
a picture. He did go to an art school
at Nottingham for a couple of terms,
and It was a good school In Its way.
Anyhow, he grew tired of the cut-
and dried methods obtaining there—of
the restraint, as he once put It to me
—and so with about a dozen other
would-be artlsta he took a room over
some stables and there drew and
painted from “life/* They took it in
turns to procure models—a tramp, a
PARAGON TAILORING C0M P% D«pt. 34, Chicago, 10.
newspaper boy, a flower seller, any
body who wanted to earn a quarter
aerved their purpose.
Ingenious Spider Web.
One night Tom, scouring the neigh
Bidders have a number of lngenkma
Ways o f alluring and catching their borhood for a subject, lighted on a
prey. A writer describes an American negro who earned a living by chewing
spider which haunts evergreen trees, glass In public houses. This nice gen
and snares Its dinner by means of n tleman was asked If he would come to
kind of lasnoo. The web of thn spider the loft to be painted
He looked at Browne earnestly for
Is triangular In form. Two corners
of the triangle are attached to twigs, some moments and. evidently laboring
but the other corner, which ends in under the Impression that the natural
a single thread, Is held by the spider, hue of his body was to be altered, he
perched on a neighboring twig. When demanded: “ Will It come off, sah?**
A fly strikes the web the spider loos
S h a ke In to T o u r S h oes
ens his hold and the elastic threads Allen*« F o o t-E a se , a p o w d e r f o r th e fe e t . I t rurei
instantly entangle the victim.
painful, sw ollen , sm a rtin g, sw e a tin g fe e t . Make«
C O LD S
new sh oes ea sy . S old by a ll D ru g g is t« and Sho«
D o n 't a c c e p t a n y su b stitu te.
F R E E . A d d re s s A . S. O lm sted. L e R oy , N . Y .
LEARN THE WAY
TO HEALTH By Sarsaparilla
virtue of its unequaled
ering, stomach-toning, appe
tite-restoring properties, is the
one Great Spring Medicine.
O et It t o d a y In usual liqu id fo rm o?
tablets c a lle d S arsu ta b s. 100 D o s e s $L
Mexico Had Given Coaling Station
In Lower California.
American Envoy Diicovert Document,
Photograph* It, and Hurries to
Washington With Copy.
“Come along to bed, Ethel. I’m sure
you wouldn’t like to keep the Lord up
all night. Just to listen to you.”
a t the
M T. TA B O R S A N ITA R IU M
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Hundreds o f cured
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many having secured relief after all other
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from Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Paralysis,
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or Kidney trouble, or so-called Weak
Heart, or any Eye trouble, you will find in
Neurology quick and permanent relief.
Treatment can be taken at offic« 326Vfc
Washington St., or at Sanitarium.
While we are getting you well we teach
you how to care for your body so that you
can maintain good health. Write today
for our booklet. "H ow to Get Well and
Make up your mind that
you will rid yourself o f disease by learn
ing about our drulrlesa treatment.
T O H EALTH
S T O M A C H
D R . H A R V E Y W . FR E E Z E
Sand and Germ«.
Pretty ideas don’t always appeal to
the experts In hygiene. Kissing, for
example, Is dangerous, and even that
M l Tabor Sanitarium, Portland, Oregon
sand provided for children In the
parks Is not so innocent as It looks.
The sand-hopper, with which children
are so familiar on the real seashore,
Is replaced, according to the gloomy
experts, by another kind of hopper.
The sand, In a word, when the chil
O P IU M — TOB AC C O
Habit« Positively Cured.
dren have played architects with It for
Only authorized Keeley In
a time adds crlttlness to grlttlness.
stitute in O regon. W rit«
f o r illustrated circular.
This Is not necessarily a reflection on
M u n y o n 's ( ’o l d R e m e d y
R e lie v e s t h e
KlElFT INSTITUT«, 71 L 11 TH It.
b etid , tlir o u t a n d l u n g s a lm o s t im m e d ia t e
the children or the children’s parents,
C h e e k s F e v e r s , s t o p s I M selu irg es o f
for sand, like loose hay and straw,
th e n o s e , t a k e s a w a y a ll a c h e s a n d n a in s
ca u s e d b y c o l d s . I t c u r e s d r i p a m i o b -
seems to produce crlts out of no
it l n a t e C o u g h s m id p r e v e n t s P n e u m o n ia .
where. But, after all, sand can be re
W r it e P r o f. M u n y o n , fi.'tnl a n d J e ffe r s o n
Sts.. P h ila . l*a ., f o r m e d ic a l a d v ic e u b«
newed at small cost, and If the econo
• o lu t e ly fr e e .
mists shout too loud let them be In REAL JUDAS FEAST AT TOKYO
vited to take the old sand. It will be
Did She Get the 8ituationT
as good and crltless after that as Enmity In Division of Spoil« and Tlpo
Between Guide« Lead« to
Stout Lady— 'T m afraid you are when It was new.—Ixmdon Chronicle.
rather young for the situation. Are you
sure you could cook dinner for a large
TRY MURINE EYE REMEDY
Kosaku was the head guide at a big
party?” Applicant— “ Oh, yes’m. Why, for Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes
the last party I was with was quite as andGranulatedEyelids. Murine Doesn’t Tokyo hotel. He and another guide
Smart—Soothes Eye Pain. Druggists called Tomora, who also acted as po
large as you are.” — lyindon Tatler.
Sell Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid. 25c, liceman and Incidentally as a spy on
Murine Eye Salve in foreigners, were constantly quarreling
Aseptic Tubes, 25c, $1.00. Eye Books about the tips and spoils they extract
and Eye Advice Free by Mail.
ed from globe-trotters, says the Wide
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
World. Kosaku finally proposed re
porting Tomora to the police authori
T h . M agnetic Pole.
Th* north magnetic pole has been ties and so destroying his hopes of a
CITY REAL ESTATE AND HOMES
pension. At the end of the year To
3 3 0 R a ilw ay E x ch a n g e B uild ing, P o rtla n d , O r. actually located at 70 degrees and 6
minutes north latitude and 96 degrees mora one day dressed himself careful
minutes longitude. The south msg ly in foreign clothes, loaded a revolver,
BELMONT AUTO SCHOOL 46
netlc pole has not yet been located, put It In his pocket, and invited the
git the most thorough instruct k » * ■ driving
nal work Ikat cm be produced. . 1 »
but It Is believed to be about 73 de unfortunate Kosaku to a feast at a tea
lathe work, drill press and forgu*.
grees south latitude and 150 east house. It was indeed a Judas repast.
Finely equip* eJ mathie shop and x b o o l
Tuition tee $ 3 5 cash; $40
longitude. It Is known, however that The two men ate together and drank.
payments $10 per week.
the two magnetic poles do not lie at One after another, as little stone bot
BELMONT AUTO SCHOOL A
the extremities of a diameter of the tles of sake were emptied, the former
enemies swore in bibulous phrase« that
East 23d and Morrison. Portland, Or.
all was forgiven. Together they start
P r is o n R e c r e a tio n s .
ed to return to the hotel, both appar
In Oerman prisons chess clnbs are ently full of happiness and peace of
by no means uncommon. They are en mind and resolved that In future they
IN S IS T U P O N
couraged by the authorities as pro would fleece the stranger within their
viding healthful mental relaxation for gates hand In hand, as beloved breth
Recently ren should. Then, Just by the bridge
K erosen e
the Inmates of Brlxton prison have near the hotel— the untidy bridge
L. A. KLEIN A CO.. Inc.. Distributers
been regaled with oratorios, while at where the trams meet—Tomora turned
28 Front S treet
P ortland. Ore.^
Aylesbury there are lectures and serv like a wolf and suddenly shot Kasaku
ices of song.
in the neck and body—shot with un
Thousands of country people know th* erring aim, for Kosaku fell dead with
valu • of Hamlins Wizard Oil, the hesl out a moan. Tomora then killed him
family medicine in case of accident or sud self on the spot. He had not forgiven,
den illness. For the safety of your family but was there not a supreme and cruel
I buy a bottle now.
treachery in spending his last hours
making merry with his victim?
Buddhism and Animal Lire.
ft must be said of Buddhism that It
has left one indelible mark all over
India, China, and the east, and that
Is the teaching of gentleness and
kindness to one another and to ani
When One Has Fever.
mals. Buddha taught that lifers but
In cases of excessive thirst that
a prolonged endeavor to escape from arise from feverish conditions
suffering, and that, therefore, to Juice of half a lime poured over
cause others to suffer Is the unfor- cracked Ice or mixed with charged wa
gtveable sin.— Price Collier In Scrib ters will give relief If slowly sipped
a little at a time.
It Is often found that very hot
S a r c a s tic J u d g e .
Baron Maule, In one of his sarcastlt water taken by the teaspoonful will
moods, addressed from the bench • satisfy thirst more quickly than any
barrister friend of mine thus: "Mr other drink. The effect Is heightened
Barker, could you not state youi If a few drops of orange, lemon or
facts tn some kind of order? Chrono lime juice Is added or a half tea
logical ts the best, but If you cannot spoon of baking soda.
The main thing In thirst quenching
manage that, try some other; alpha
betlcal. If you please.”—Sir French Is not to gulp down great quantities
_ COFFEEC )
of liquid, to take nothing too sweet
H. Doyle. "Remlnlscencee.”
or too rich and to avoid Ice water,
SAILING P O W D E R
Dr. Pierce’ s Pleasant Pellets regulate which, contrary to usual belief, in
and invigorate, stomach, liver and bow creases rather than decreases thirst,
els. Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy and against which all doctors fight.
to take as candy.
oossn a i
Girl’s Idea of Man.
Woman and the Farm.
▲ Uttlo girl wrote this composition
In defining woman's relation to the
on men: “ Men are what women mar
life of the farm, one neede but little
ry. They drink and smoke and swear,
reflection to become aware of the ell-
but don’t go to church. Perhaps If
pervading quality of that relationship.
they wore bonnets they would. They
Just as the monarch of France, when
SWEEPING COMPOUND asked to define the state, exclaimed, are more logical then women and also
more zoological. Both men and wom
"The state; I am the state.” So might
Clean* and b rig h ten s Car
en sprung from monkeys, but the
pets. Rugs. Linoleum s and
the farmer’« wife, when questioned as
women sprung further than the men.*'
Floors. A b sorbs the g erm -
to the life of the farm, respond, ”1 am
laden d u st. Saves d u stin g
and beating carp ets.
the life of the farm.”
She Was Not Surprised.
P er bbl., 200 lb s .. . $5.00
"W eren’t you sorry when you
P er bbl.. 150 lb s ... 4.00
heard that Tolstoi was dead?” asked
Coal dust should never be wasted.
75-lb. m etal drum 2.60
“ Yes,” replied her
O rd er by mail or th rou g h
hostass, as she pushed a $900 bracelet
y ou r g rocer.
It and mix sufficient water with It to
up on her left arm, “but it was not
make It quite moist. When a fire la
CRESCENT CHEMICAL CO. nice and dear bank It up with this at all surprisin’. Folks that go up In
them things are always sure to get a
626 W ash in gton St.. P ortland. O r.
cool dust and It will last for hours. fall sooner or la ter”
Where this Is done there la no ac
cumulation of coal dust so common In
As Illustrating the excellence of th«
paper (which Is made from unused lln
■sllsvsd Location of Ark.
en scraps) upon which Bank of Eng
o f t h « y ear t o have y o u r teeth o u t mod p la t« and
On a farm on the hill of Tara,
land notes are printed, It Is stated that
bfld gairn rk d on « and here ia th « p lace to f e t th «
Meath, Ireland, which Is announced to |
beat pain 1««« w ork poaaible. C o m p a re o u r J'rureA
when one of these notes Is twisted Into
be sold, Is the fort. Rath of the 8y a rope It will sustain a weight of 351
I Wa flnlah p la t« and
I brt«l*« work fo r out-
nods, under which tradition says tha
I o f tow s patron« ia
on « day i f desired.
Ark of the Covenant Ilea buried. A
P a in lm ««tra ction
free when plat«* or
former owner commenced excavations
I bridge work I« order-
In search of tha Ark but only discov
I * d - C onsults» ion Irw*.
I MolsrCrowns $ 5 .0 0 ered some gold coins and anclenf
|22VBridf«TMth4.00 weapons. __________________
■oesntrio Work Basket.
|Enam«l Fiirwifs 1 .0 0
There are workbaga made of tur
li'W Fi'tints «OU
tle« Could anything be odder? And
5 .0 0
$•*I R»d Ruttar _ _ _ yet they are not unattractive, queer
7 .5 0
as they sound. Tbs shell of the tur-1
Painless Et’ -’ tUn . 5 0
tie U lined with some gay silk, and
B U t M IT N O D S
the tall la pulled over and Inserted
A ll wor k fully guaran teed far fifteen years.
In the mouth, then used as e handle.
They mske nice sewing baskets, and
will undoubtedly appeal te the lovers
TKInlMidW ' i .ifilnftM,
of the eccentric.
u r l i i • uR |.. »%.«
K ê e le y
lu r e
The Bitter« is a boon to
those in convalescence —
when a tonic and strength
maker is needed.
Try it and see.
A word to the wise is sufficient
WESTERN Gs r
«JUST RIGHT 11
NO D U S T
NOW V e V t TIME
Wise Dental Co.,
JAP TREATY MADE A
A d v ice .
We should all strive to endure our
troubles as cheerfully as wo endure
those of our friends.
_ _ LIFE
Made S a fe by Lydia E. Pinkham ’ s
Graniteville, Y t. — “ I was passing
through the Change o f Life and suffered
f r o m nervousness
and other annoying
symptoms, and 1
can truly say that
Lvdia E. Pinkham ’ s
V e g e t a b l e Com
pound has proved
worth mountains of
gold to me, as it
restored my health
and s t r e n g t h . I
never forget to tell
¡my friends what
Lydia E. Pinkham’i
Vegetable Compound has dono for me
during this trying period. Completo
restoration to health means so much
to me that fo r the sake o f other suffer
ing women I am willing to make my
trouble public so you may publish
this letter.” — Sins. C iias . I J a u c l a y ,
U.F.D., Graniteville, V t.
N o other medicine fo r wom an's ills
has received such wide-spread and un
qualified endorsement. N o other med
icine we know o f has such a record
o f cures as has Lydia E. Pinkham ’s
F o r more than 30 years it has been
curing woman’ s ills such as inflamma
tion, ulceration, fibroid tumors, irreg
ularities, periodic pains and nervous
prostration, and it is unequalled for
carrying women safely through the
period o f change o f lire.
M rs . P in k lia m , a t I.y n n , M a ss.,
I n v ite s a ll s ick w o m e n t o w r it e
h e r f o r a d v ic e . H e r a d v i c e is fre e ,
a n d a lw a y s h e lp fu l.
E n g lis h
C ris is .
Jason Blogg (of Pittsburg)— Well,
Hypatia, which of ’em have you con-
eluded to take, the Earl of Oldpark
or the Count Appogglatura? Mlsa Hy
patia—-I’m going to await develop
ments, pop. If the Earl loses his veto,
maybe I’ll take the Count-—London
-u n ck
L a rg e Irrig a tio n P ro je c t.
An eight million dollar Irrigation
project, about being completed
New South Wales, will benefit 1,600,-
000 acres of land and offer settlement
opportunities to 70,000 person«.
Mexico City, April 10.— President
T aft gave President Diaz o f Mexico
six days to abrogate a treaty he is
said to have made with Japan.
The hidden treaty was discovered by
Ambassador Henry Lane Wilson, who
photographed it, returned the original,
and proceeded post haste to Washing
ton to inform the State department.
The treaty is said to have contained
clauses that gave Japan coaling sta
tion privileges and other big conces
sions on the coast o f Mexico, including
the right to use Magdalena Bay for
T a ft’s order mobilizing troops at
the border followed promptly.
These are startling disclosures made
here by an apparently authentic source
today and which, as recited in narra
tive form, are given as the cause o f
the hurry order that rushed 20,000
troops to the border.
reported to have existed between Mex
ico and Japan are said to have prevail
ed prior to March 1.
Ambassador Wilson, o f the United
States, so the story goes, had occa
sion many months ago to feel that
strong antipathy o f Mexicans o f all
classes was shown toward the United
States. In the celebration in honor o f
the foundation o f the republic, when
many Japanese o f high rank came as
special ambassadors from their country
to thp Mexican capital, the ambassa
dor noticed that there had been priv
ate audiences between Diaz and a few
o f his more influential ministers and
the Japanese delegates.
To Ambassador Wilson it was re
ported that for 18 months every ship
o f the Toyo Kisen Kaisha, whose port
is San Francisco, were carrying from
20 to 150 Japanese, passage paid, be
sides cargoes o f agricultural machin
ery, household goods and general
stores. A t San Francisco these Jap
anese were transshipped to steamers
o f the Pacific Mail line plying be
tween San Francisco and Mexican
In February Ambassador Wilson
was busy cultivating every source o f
information in the higher circles o f
the Mexican government. Very near
the end o f the month, from a certain
source in the government, Mr. Wilson,
it is said, obtained for a few hours
the orignal o f a secret treaty between
Japan and Mexco.
He kept it long
enough to have photographs made o f
it. Then it was returned to its place
in the innermost archives o f the Mex-
can state department.
The document, the report here in
dicates, was in the shape o f several
clauses which were to be a part o f a
formal agre* me it on the part o f the
Mexican govern mt to allow the Jap
anese commercial line o f steamships
to have its own coaling station at a
point on the Pacific coast and to grant
certain other colonization rigl.ts in
states along the Western coast.
The secret clauses o f the treaty,
those said to have been photographed
by Mr. Wilson, the report continues,
gave Japan a lease o f a coaling sta
tion and maneuver pivileges in Mag
dalena bay, with the alternative o f a
coaling station a to n e other o f a few
scattered ports down the Mexican
Clauses also set forth Japan and
M exico’s mutual interests in the Pa
cific, and while not stipulating an
offensive and defensive alliance, gave
in a diplomatic way Japan’ s keen in
terest in the protection o f Mexico
The treaty had
been ratified, not by the Mexican sen
ate, but by Diaz and his cabinet.
The day after he obtained the pho
tograph o f this treaty, Mr. Wilson
le ft for Washington.
Balloon Falls 4 .0 0 0 Feet.
St. Louis— A balloon ascension here
by four members o f the Signal corps
o f the First regiment, National guard
o f Missouri, terminated in an accident
when the aerostat sprung a leak and
dropped like a plummet from an ele
vation o f 4,000 feet.
Drew and Hart and Sergeants Book
man and Obermeyer, who comprised
the aeronautic party, saved themselves
after colliding with the smokestack o f
a tobacco factory less than three miles
from the starting point, by dumping
all their ballast overboard.
Rebels Will Not Stop War.
T h e M atte r Settled.
El Pasco, Tex.— Asked as to what
Mr. Lately Married— "But, dearest, 1 effect the defeat o f General Stanley
thought we had planned to go to the W illiam s' rebels would have on the in
opera thla evening?” Mrs. Ditto— "Yea, surrection, the insurrecto junta here
love; but 1 hare changed our minds. authorized the follow ing statement:
‘ ‘ The insurrectos in Southern Mex
ico have no connection with the Ma
derista in other parts o f the Mexican
The defeat o f W illiam s’
band by Colonel Mayot’ s federáis will
have absolutely no effect on the plans
o f the insurrectos in other states
where Francisco I. Madero, Jr., is rec
ognized as leader.”
A lc o h o l
A Blood Purifier
A Grest Alterstive
A Doctor’ s Medicine Without Alcohol
W « pu blish ou r fo r m a l««
Filipino Laborers Released.
Honolulu — The territorial Supreme
court released on a writ o f habeas
corpus 15 Filipino laborers who were
taken from the steamer Korea before
her departure for San Francisco. In
its decision the court severely censur
ed the action o f the prosecution, rep
resented by the planters’ attorneys,
in preventing F. B. Craig, counsel for
the Alaska Packers, from seeing the
Filipinos and in confining them in jail
when no charges had been preferred.
20 0 Persons Die in Fire.
Bombay, British India -— Two hun
dred men, women and children were
Ayer’ s Pills sre liver pills. They set burned to death in a fire which de
directly on the liver, make more bile stroyed a thatched structure in which
accreted. This is why they ire so valu they had gathered for a festival. Five
able in constipation, biliousnesi, dyi- hundred persons were in the building.
epsia, (ick-headache. Ask your doctor There was only one exit and a panic
' he knows a better laxative pill.
W « ur| «
70 « to
• o n a a lt y o a r
do*? t o r
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T he m ost p erfect rem ed y ev er derised fo r w eak and dell«
cate w om en is D r . P ie rc e 's F avorite Prescription*
IT M AKES W EA K W O M E N ST RO N G .
SICK W O M EN W E L L .
The many and varied symptoms of wom an’s peculiar ailments are fully set
forth in Plain English in the People’s Medical Adviser (1008 pages), a newly
revised and up-to-date Edition of which, cloth-hound, will he mailed free on
receipt of 31 one-cent stamps to pay cost of milling only. Address as above.
Doctors Said He Would Die A Gorkinff Good 5moke !
i , * MONUMENTAL
A Friend’s Advice Saves Life
I wish to speak of the wonderful cure
that I have received from you* noted
Swamp-Root, the great kidney and blad
der cure. Last summer I was taken
with severe pains in my back and sides.
I could not breathe without difficulty
and was nearly wild with the desire to
urinate. Was compelled to do so every
ten minutes with the passage o f pure
blood with the urine. I tried all the
different doctors from far and near, but
they said it was no use to doctor as I
would die anyway. I was at the end of
my rope and was so miserable with
pain and the thought that I must die
that words cannot tell how I felt. One
day a friend told me of the wonderful
help she had received from Swamp-
Root. She gave me one of your pam
phlets which I read and determined to
try Swamp-Root. After taking half a
bottle I felt better. Have now taken
ten bottles and am well as I ever was,
thanks to Swamp Root. I wish tu tell
ill suffering people that have kidney,
iver or bladded trouble, that Dr. K il
mer’s Swamp Root is the best medicine
)n the market.
All persons doubting this statement
•an write to mt* and I will answer them
directly. Yours very trulv,
CLYDE F. CAMERER,
Subscribed and sworn to before me
¿his 23rd day of July, 1909.
VERNE TOWNE, Notary Public.
Dr K ilm er A Co.
Bingham ton, N Y
FULL 5 ( WORTH
W rite for Prices and ò o m p le
jM U gstm r i , n :
P O R T L A N D .O R E .
H OW ARD
ABM yer and
L« m <I vi 1I(>, CuliTHiii . HpeL-iiutm price«: Gold.
Bil««r, Lflid. B U Id, Silver,
Gold. 60o; /in «
or l\>j*i>er, SI Miiliaii envelop«-* a id full pricelia«
»»•nt on tti’pl ¡‘
on. Control nnd Umpire work a o
lioittxi. Koluruucu: Carbonate N a t i o n a l iiaak.
AGENTS and SOLICITORS
newly patented article; c-arri**?! in pocket. Send
25c in stamps for sample to Pocket Door Lock Co.,
330 Mohawk Bldg.. Portland. Oregon.
M O H A I R
W rite Today for Prices
N O R TO N
313 and ¿i 15 Front St.
K O D A K S ^ dppkl T £2
Write for catalogues and literature.
and printing. Mail orders given prompt attention
l o rtia n d *-noto i-u p p lv Co.
149 Third Street
Prove What Swamp-iloot Will Do for You
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, tell
ing all about the kidneys and bladder.
When writing be sure and mention this
paper. For sale at all drug stores.
Price fifty-cents and one-dollar.
Growing Beet Sugar In England.
Remarkable success has attended
th« efforts of growers of sugar beets
n Herefordshire, England. A good high
average for a crop Is 15 tons to the
zere of root« bearing 15 per cen t of
sugar. The Herefordshire farmers, in
spite of rough and ready methods and
small knowledge of the crop, grew up
to 27*4 tons to the acre, with a sugar
content of 19 per cent. The purity of
the sugar was exceptionally high.
Send for prices and
f M OHAIR
T H E O B E R N H E M CO.
247 Ash St.. Portland. Ore.
grown in the Northwest. Ship
us your clip or write for information.
MUITNOMAM MOHAIR MILLS
7 1 2 Couth B ii Iding. Portland, Or.^
ft v : SICK?
If so send today fo r
book “ H ow to g e t w ell
and keep well.”
FREEZE. Neuroiosist, 108 Mmh.nts Trust Bldg. Portland, O rj
N o t R ea dy tn R* F in is h e d .
The physician of an uptown hos
pital In Philadelphia had a surprise the
other day over a patient supposedly
suffering from a fractured skull. Ho
was taken to the operating room In a
semi-conscious condition. Two of the
R om an C o in s F o u n d in E n g la n d .
The process of cleaning the coins surgical chiefs were there and one of
found a few weeks ago In a Roman them was Just about to begin work on
vase in a field upon a farm at Edwin the man when a telegram was handed
England to him.
After reading it, he turned to the
■hows that they comprise 369 denarri
dating from 69 to 192 A. D. Although other with the remark. “ My father 1«
these coins must have been buried for critically ill In New York; you must
17 centuries, they are In a perfect state finish this fellow.”
The man was sufficiently conscious
to hear what was said and, misunder
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Soothing standing the Import of the word “ fin
§ y r u p th e b e s t r e m e d y t o u se fo* t h e ir c h i ld r e n
ish,” Jumped from the table and rushed
l u r i n g th e t e e t h iu g p e r io d .
“ Straw mattlLg suitcases and shop
ping bags,” says Woman’s Home Com
panion, “ can be very much improved
In loojes and usefulness by a coat of
"I tried all kinds of blood remedies
cheap wagon varnish, which makes which failed to do tne any good, but I
them waterproof. A good wetting will have found the right thing at last. My
generally spoil them, but the varnish face was full of pimplesanu black-heads.
causes them to shed water like a duck. After taking Cascareis they all left. I am
continuing the use of them and recom
This should he done once a year.”
mending them to my friends. I feel tin«
when I rise in the morning. Hope to
T o B rig h te n O ld G ilt.
have a chance to recommend Cascarets."
Old gilt, such as the gilded frrraes Fred C. Witten, 76 Elm St., Newark, N. J,
i f chairs or old picture framee and
P'eariant, Palatable. Pot*>nt. l a s t « froad.
Do Good N ever S icken. W eaken or G r ip «
mirrors, if they do not require ro-
10c. 25c. 50c. N ever sold in bulk,
gildlng entirely, may be brightened
uine tablet stiimp<«d C C C . G uaranteed ts
cure o r vou r m oney ktack.
by using an excellent
three ounce« of white of egg and an
P N U
N o . 15— ’ l l
ounce of chloride of potash or soda.
This should be painted over the sur
T U R N w r it in g t o a d v « r t is e r « p le a s «
face with a feather or a water-color
W m e n tio n t h is p a p e r .
BETTER FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN THAN CASTOR 0 1 ,
SALTS,OR PILLS,AS IT SWEETENS AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM MORE EFFICIENTLY AND
IS FAR MORE PLEASANT TO TAKE.
IS THE IDEAL FAMILY LAXATIVE, AS
IT GIVES SATISFACTION TO ALL, IS
ALW AYS BENEFICIAL IN ITS EFFECTS
AND PERFECTLY SAFE AT ALL TIMES.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
in tfie C i r c l e ,
on e venj Package o f the G enuine.
ALL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS SELL THE ORIGINAL AND
G e n u in e
w hen called
fo r , alth ou gh
MAKE A LARGER PROFIT BY SELLING INFERIOR PRF.PARA-
TIONS. YET THEY PREFER TO SELL THE GENUINE. BECAUSE
A Strong Tonic
Poor Weak Woman
A « »he i« termed, will endure bravely and patiently
agonies which a strong man would give way under.
The (act is women are more patient than they ought
to be under such trouble«.
Every woman ought to know that she may obtain
the most experienced medical advice free of charge
and in absolute confidence and privacy by writing to
the W orld’ « Dispensary Medical Association, R. V .
Fierce, M . D ., ¡'resident, Buffalo, N . Y . Dr. I'ierco
ha« been chief consulting physician of the Invalids’
Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N . Y ., for
many year« and has had a wider practical experience
¡«1 the treatment o f w om en’s diseases than any other physician in this country,
liis medicines are world-famous for their astonishing efficacy.
011 . —
IT IS RIGHT TO DO SO AND FOR THE GOOD OF THEIR
WHEN IN NEED OF MEDICINE*
DRUGGISTS ARE THE ONES TO DEAL WITH.
UFE OR HEALTH MAY AT SOME TIME DEPEND UPON
THEIR SKILL AND RELIABILITY
Note tfie Fuff Name of the Com pany
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS,NFAR THE BOTTOM. AND IN
THE CIRCLE, NEAR THE lO P OF EVERY PACK AGE.OF THE
GENUINE. ONE SIZE ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING
REGULAR PRICE SOc PER BOTTLE.,
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA IS THE ONLY PERFECT FAMILY LAXATIVE,
BECAUSE IT IS THE ONE REMEDY WHICH ACTS IN A NATURAU STRENGTHFNING WAY
AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM. WITHOUT UNPLEASANT AFTEREFFECTS AND WITFIOUY
IRRITATING, DEBILITATING OR GRIPING, AND THEREFORE D O « NOT INTERFERE IN ANY
WAY WITH BUSINESS OR PLEASURE. IT IS RECOMMENDED BY Mil LIONS O f WFLG
INFORMED FAMILIES, WHO KNOW O f rTS VALUE FROM PERSONAL USE.
BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE;
TO GET ITS
MANUFACTURED BY THE
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.