Image provided by: Portland General Electric; Portland, OR.
About Estacada progress. (Estacada, Or.) 1908-1916 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1912)
I c i e m i All Over Baby*« Body.
"When my baby was four months
old his face broke out with eczema,
and at sixteen months of age, his face,
hands and arms were In a dreadful
state. The eczema spread all over his
body. We had to put a mask or cloth
over his lace and tie up his hands.
Finally we gave him Hood’s Sarsapa
rilla and In a few months he was en
tirely cured. Today he Is a healthy
boy." Mrs. Inez Lewis, Baring, Maine.
Hood’s Sarsaparilla cures blood dis
eases and builds up the system.
Get It today In usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called S a rsa ta b s.
Wanted---Men and Women
To learn barber trude. Tools free. Watrea while
Barber School. 429 E. 6th St.. I xm Angeles. Cal.
, Second-Hand Machin
ery bought, »old and
__ exchanged: engines.
boiler!«, sawmills, etc. The J. E. Martin Co.. 76 1st
Bt.. Portland. Send for Stock l.ist and prices.
R IIR R F R S T A M P S
Stencil« and brass
ftU D D L K 01 A im 'd Sl|fnH Celluloid
and Kibbon radges. Good Goods, Quick Service.
Bend for complete Catalogue No. 26. Acme Stamp
Works, 1015 A SL. 'lucoma. Wash.
S.ighlly Used AUTOMOBILES
$200 AND UP
An Antl-Loquiclty Machlnu.
"I think I'll have to Invent (or my
own benefit." said the talkative man,
“ eome aort of an anti loquacity ma
chine. I talk. I am willing to admit.
I talk too much; when I get going 1
don't seem to know when to stop;
und this machine that I'm meditating
will be something in a amall portable
form that I can carry handily In my
vest pocket and that will wiggle or
weave or pop up or do something to
remind me when I have talked to a
reasonable limit, and I shall make It
non-adjustable so that It can't be set
to run beyond a certain limit; If It
was not made non-udjustable I might
be tempted to set It to run too long
before It gave the warning.
“ My primary purpose was. as I said,
to Invent this machine for my own
benetlt only, but now when I come to
think It over I may put It on the mar
ket; there might be a few, at least
a few, other people who would like tc
I f you use Eye Salve use the best.
P e t t it ’ s E ye S alve is the standard,
is reliable und costs no more than infer
ior goods that are unknown. Used by
Physicians and Oculists, helps where all
others fail. It is not the T ube or Box
that cures, it is tie S a l v e that does the
work. Guaranteed by Howard Bros,
under the Government Food and Drugs
Act. Don’t be deceived or misled. The
only really antiseptic Eye Salve that has
been in the market for years. Sold by
Druggists throughout the known world.
Kanal louts. Band 7-passen
er luiuhlmta and trucks. We
lave bargains in all kinds ol
— IstMuml-band inurbine«. Cull
g f | | y ,,rwr‘u’-
266 11* St.
R A W FURS
W e poaitlvely pay the hi?heat
market prices, a« we are manu
facturers and therefore can pay
mere than dealers.
free price list and shipping tugs
and gut full valuo for your skins.
N. M. Cng&r Co., the Reliable
Furriers. 202 1 1 7th St.. Portland. Ort
Let Us Read the Papers for You
Clippings of every kind und character from
the press of the Pacific Coast furnished at
D A K E S PR ESS C L IP P IN G b U R E A U
432 S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
The Best Gift.
The best gilt Is the one that shows
thought—an appreciation of what will
be pleasing and useful to the recipi
ent—that is what couuts for value, not
the price In money.
In New York.
New York now has all-night banks,
all-night saloons, and all-night restau
rants. We are Informed that the
churches continue to close early.—
OF FIVE WOMEN
Proves That Lydia E. Pink-
ham’s Vegetable Com
pound Is Reliable.
High Heels and Wit.
If anything could be higher than the
Reedville, Ore.— “ I can truly recom
Parisienne’s hat it is her heels. The mend Lydia E. Pinkham’ s Vegetable
low English heel has once or twice Compound to all women who are passing
enjoyed a brief season’s favor In Paris, through the Change of Life, as it made
me a well woman after
but at heart the Partslenne dearly
suffering three years.”
loves to add a cubit or so to her stat
— Mrs. M ar y B ogart ,
ure and she achieves It of course
with her beloved Louis XV. heel.
New Orleans, La. —
Perched thus on stilts with the foot
“ When passing through
at an Impossible angle, "le footing"
the Change of Life I was
becomes impossible and madame seats
troubled with hot flashes,
herself In á cab every time she starts
weak and dizzy spells and
out for a walk. That Is why her boots
backache. Iw asn otfitfor
anything until 1 took Ly
and shoes are always new.
dia E. Pinkham’s Vege
Some one has discovered that there
table Compound which
Is a close relation between the heels
proved worth its weight
and the wit. The conversation of the
in gold to me. ” - Mrs. G A S
walker in low heels is trite and flat—
TO N B l o n d e a u , 1541 Po-
bromldic, so to speak—but she who
lymnia St., New Orleans.
trips In high ones will soar to unex
pected altitudes of epigram and para
men passing through the
dox. We know that great wit and
Change o f Life can take
Insanity are hear neighbors and the
nothing bettor than Lydia
E. Pinkham’s Vegetable
Germans putting the principle in prac
MoCimBawrJI Compound. I am recom-
tice are treating madness with a bare
foot regime. The contact of the bare
because o f what it has
flat foot with Mother Earth iá expect
done for me. ’ ’-Mrs. C has .
ed to bring back wandering minds to
B auer , 523 E MariorrSL,
an every-day plane and the experiment
Is naturally interesting.
Alton Station, K y .-“ For
months I suffered from
A Backsliding Santa Claus.
in consequence of
Mrs. Peavish says that before they
my age and thought I
were married Mr. Peavish used to say
could not live. Lydia E.
that if she would let him be her Santa
Pinkham’s V e g e t a b l e
Claus he would devote his life to slid
Compound made me well
and I want other suffering
ing up and down the chimney for
toknow about it. ”
her. And now it makes him mad to
Mrs. E mma B a il e y , Alton
have to take up ashes from the grate
Deisem, No. Dak. — “ I was passing
Her Own Hat the Obstruction.
through Change of L ife and felt very
A woman in a Vienna theater camb bad. I could not sleep and was very
out after the first act and asked to nervous. Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable
have the price of the ticket refunded, Compound restored me to perfect health
on the ground that having complied and I would not be without it.” —Mrs.
with the request to remove her hat F. M. T horn , Deisem, No. Dak.
she had held It on her knees and thus
entirely obstructed her own view of
Going Over the Books.
"This item in your campaign ex
pense account mystifies me,” said the
auditor. "I don’t understand what
you mean by ‘raw material.’ ” "That’s
an error on the part of the stenogra
pher," replied Senator Sorghum. "It
should read, "hurrah material.’ "
Price o f Silver Soars.
New York— The price o f Bilver in
the New York market touched 60J Sat
urday, the highest since November,
1907, the quotations having advanced
fractionally over those o f last week.
Authorities in the financial district
credit the rise to the activity o f a
powerful syndicate in India. The In
dian government's supply of the metal
for coining is believed to be low, and
large pooling operations are said to
be under way with the purpose o f sell
ing to the mint when demands o f coin
age become pressing.
Y O U T H m B EA U T Y
Preserve the beauty and youthful appearance
of the face by the application of Fuchi Massage
Cream, which feeds the skin, thereby filling out and
preventing wrinkles and destroying blackheads,
and gives the skin the blush and glow of youth.
The marvelous complexion of the high class Ori
entals, which has beeh a mystery to Europeans, is
due to the use of preparations mace from this re
ceipt. Put up in glass. $1.
This is the first time the above-mentioned pre
parations have been offered for sale in America.
A limited supply is to be had by addressing
(B ranch) F U C h l L A B O R A T O R IE S
First Auto Rida is Last.
Merced. Cal.— Itis first automobile
ride proved also the last for an uni
dentified man about 50 years old who
was given a lift by Edward Ruddle.
Ruddle’s car, containing four other
men. picked up the stranger on the
outskirts o f town.
A few minutes
later the machine, in rounding a turn,
pitched over an embankment. All es
caped injury except the wayfarer,
whose neck was broken.
telling Ruddle that it was his first au
tomobile ride when the accident oc
lare those who
raise good flow
ers and vegetables. Good
flowers and vegetables come
from good seeos. V e pro
duce good seeds—the infer- .
cnee is obvious. For sale ,
1911 SEED ANNUAL
Free on acquest
• .L itiiT in .
O U T o r TOWN
C. GEE W O
the Chinese doctor.
Try once tror® If yon b• V« »»©on doctoring wit*
lanent relief. Let this u
anee yonr cane and preseril*! sonic remedy whnee
action i* quick, sure and wife. His prescription«
i componnded from Roots. Herbs, Rods and
rka that have liecu gathered front every quar
ter of the glot»e The secrets of these medicine©
not known to the outside world, but have been
ded down from father to am ia the physician*'
iltea ia China.
CO N SU LTATIO N Fit EE.
I f yon Jive oat of town and cannot call, write for
ptom blank and circrlar. enclosing 4 cents in
THE C. 6EE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO.
1 6 2 1 Firs» S t , C o r . M o rris o n
Pekin— A fte r occupying the throne
o f China for nearly three centuries,
the Manchu dynasty, represented by
the child emperor, Pu Y i, has abdi
Three edicts were issued, the first
proclaiming abdication, the second
dealing with the establishment of the
republic, and the third urging the
maintenance o f peace anJ approving
the conditions agreed upon by the im
perial premier, Yuan Shi Kai and the
The publication o f the edicts has
given profound relief to everyone in
Pekin, both foreigners and Chinese.
The arrangement is considered a satis
factory compromise and it is believed
the terms will satisfy the Republi
cans. The first edict provides that
the terms shall be communicated to
the foreign delegations for transmis
sion to their respective governments,
the object being to record world-wide
the Republican pledges.
The Republicans make eight pledges
to the emperor, as follows:
“ First— The emperor shall retain
his title und shall be respected as a
Second— The em
peror shall receive an annual grant of
4,000,000 taels until the currency is
reformed, after which he shall receive
$4,000,000 Mexican. Third— A tem
porary residence shall be provided in
the Forbidden City, and later the im
perial family shall reside in the sum
mer palace, 10 miles outside o f Pekin.
Fourth— The emperor may observe the
sacrifices at his ancestral tombs and
temples, which will be protected by
F ifth — The
great tomb of the late emperor, Kwang
Su, will be completed and the funeral
ceremony fittingly observed at the Re
Sixth— The palace
attendants may be retained, but the
number o f eunuchs cannot be in
Seventh — The emperor’s
property will be protected by the Re
public. Eighth- The imperial guards
will be governed by the army board,
the Republic paying their salaries."
700 Plaintiffs In Suit.
Butte, Mont.— The record for the
number o f plaintiffs involved in a suit
in the Montana courts, has been brok
en in the filing here o f an action by
the Butte Mill and Smelter men’s
Union against the Western Federation
of Miners to enjoin the federation
from revoking the charter o f the
Smeltermen’s union. Seven hundred
men are named as plaintiffs in the
suit, brought against the Western
o f Miners, Charles H.
Moyer, president o f the federation,
and the Butte Miner’s union.
Suite 9, 3 4 2 ' 2 Washington St.,
Royal Family to Retain Titles and Get
Dr. Stone’s Heave Drops
Church it “ Skyscraper."
Kansas City- With impressive ex
ercises the Grand-Avenue Methodist
Episcopal church, Kansas C ity's sky
scraper house o f worship, was dedicat
ed Sunday. The church is the pioneer
Methodist organization o f the city.
I The new edifice is a wing o f a 12-story
office building erected by the congre-
j gation and bearing the name o f the
A pipe or-
, gan of 57 stops and 22 couplers has
' been built in the main auditorium.
For the cure o f heaves:
a liquid medicine Riven
in the feed, which the
most fastidious horse will
not refuse. From one to
six bottles will cure the
most stubborn cose.
Price $1 per bottle, or
six bottle* for $5. For
sale at all druRRists, or j
Delay Annoys D r. Sen.
London— President Sun Yat Sen. in
DR. I C STONE
an interview with the Nanking corres
SAUI. OR ICON pondent o f the Daily Mail, said that
the settlement o f affairs in China
must be speedy. He added :
T A K E A D O SE OF
“ It is peace or war. We shall not
permit the retention by the Manchus
o f the imperial title or power to cre
ate a nobility.”
‘T o . c O O C H S g. C O L O «
p i s o ’s
H O S T E T T E R ’S
izing eye toward Mexico.
before the president seriously ques
S T O M A C H
tioned the loyalty of General Pascual
Orozco to the Mexican federal govern
ment and intimated that the present
conditions in the state of Chihuahua,
bordering on Texas, might develop in
to a movement o f secession, establish
ing an independent republic in the
The president and his official family
discussed precautionary measures, and
the War department [then sent addi
tional orders to army posts throughout
the country to be ready for a possible
The department o f justice has in
structed its agents to exercise all pos
sible vigilance in enforcing neutrality,
while the State department has asked
for quick reports from consular agents
T H E BITTERS SH O U LD UK
o f any danger in the interior to Amer
Y O U R FIRST CHOIC E.
icans or their interests.
IT DOES T H E WORK.
A fte r the cabinet meeting, the pres
Try It Today.
A ll Druggist«.
ident professed not to be alarmed by
It was admitted in
ofl'c al circles that the separation of
Chihuahua from the rest of Mexico
Ideal Temperature of Room.
would create a situation different, in
An Ideal room temperature for the
many respects, from those that exist sedentary la that between G6 and 70
ed during the last rebellion.
degrees. Below these temperatures the
heat regulating apparatus of the body
finds It necessary to close up the
GRAIN C A N N O T BE MOVED.
peripheral vessels more or less, in
Thousands o f Carloads o f Wheat Are ternal congestion slowly begins and
the conditions for a cold are secured.
Tied Up in Canada.[
B I T T E R S
T o s w e e te n
th e sto m a c h ,
a id d i g e s t i o n ,
Duluth, Minn.— The congestion of
traffic on the Canadian railroads,
which resulted in sweeping reduction
o f freight rates to permit Canadian
grain to come to the American head of
the lake for elevating and storage, is
more serious than at any time since
its inception, according to news re
ceived here from Port Arthur, Ont.
The news tells o f 3,500 cars already
billed to Port William over the Cana
dian Northern which cannot be moved.
There is no place to store grain when
it arrives at Port William.
million bushels are frozen on the
ground or in Western elevators.
In addition, there are 1,000 cars of
grain on tracks between Winnipeg
and Port Arthur, making 4,500 cars on
the Canadian Northern alone.
The Canadian Pacific has reduced
the number o f empty cars that are de-1
livered daily to elevators at the Cana
dian head o f the lakes, on the theory
that it is useless to load cars when
they cannot be hauled to destinations.
Many people have receding gums.
Hamlins Wizard Oil on gums and stop the
decay; chase the disease germs with a mouth
wash of a few drops to a spoonful of water.
A woman left her baby in Its car
riage at the door of a department
store. A policeman found it there, ap
parently abandoned. As he passed
down the street, a gamin yelled:
"What’s the kid done?’’— Collier’s.
R e lie v e s
In stan tly
Sloan’s Liniment is a great
remedy for backache. It
penetrates and relieves
the pain instantly—no rub
bing necessary— just lay
it on lightly.
Prosecution Canters All Efforts On
One Packing Company.
Cabinet Minister Prisoner.
Torreon, Mex. — Abram Gonzales,
minister o f the interior, who went to
Camargo to quell the uprising at that
point, was made prisoner by the muti
neers, escorted back to the railroad
at Santa Rosalia and sent to Chihua
hua on a handcar, according to news
received here. The rebels refused to
listen to his overtures.
his failure to the central government.
Seventy dead and wounded Salga-
distas were le ft on the field at Chilapa
after an encounter with the forces of
General Ambrqsio Figueroa.
losses o f the federals were not given.
Lands May Be Available,
Spokane, Wash.—A plan by which
7,000,000 acres o f logged-olT lands in
Washington, Idaho and Montana may
be obtained by the government and
then opened up for homestead entry is
being worked out by the executive
committee o f the International and
Empire Federation o f
The plan, as outlined, pro
poses the exchange by the Interior
department o f forest reserve lands for
logged-off lands, on the basis o f three
acres o f cut-over lands for one acre o f
Orozco Denies Disloyalty.
El Paso, Tex. — General Pascual
Orozco denies emphatically that the
state of Chihuahua is on the verge o f
seceding from the Mexican federation
or that he is disloyal to Madero. His
denial is contained in a telegram re
ceived here hy the chief o f the federal
telegraph lines in Juarez. The tele
gram, signed Pascual Orozco, follow s:
the reports published as
secession o f Chihuahua and my dis
Aviator Scares Crowds.
New York — The first successful
lig h t o f a hydro-aeroplane in this sec
tion was seen here Wednesday, when
Frank T. Neflin ascended from the
Hudon river at Twenty-third street
and for 16 minutes flew up and down
the river at a height o f 500 feet.
The aviator made no public announce
ment o f his plan, and when he alight
ed in the river amid floating rakes of
ice, many on shore thought he had
fallen into the stream.
MOST OF THFM A R F DFSTROYTO
W ITHIN ONE MONTH.
Some May Survive, However, and Epi
demics of Fever Have Been Traced
to Use of Polluted Ice.
Y ou could not please us bet
ter than to ask your d octor
about Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral
for coughs, colds, croup, bron
chitis. Thousands o f families
always keep it in the house.
Th e approval o f their physi
cian and the experience o f
many years have given them
g r e a t c o n f id e n c e in th is
s ta n d a r d cough medicine.
Sold for seventy years.
It may be of Interest to those who
are in the habit of putting up their
own ice for summer use from a near
by pond, or stream, to know that the
use of ice is not so dangerous as the
use of the water from which it ia
formed, so far as typhoid fever Is
concerned. Although the typhoid fever
germ, and the germ of diphtheria, as
well, can withstand a temperature of
310 degrees F. below zero, for several
days, experiments with ice made from
polluted water have shown that when
the water freezes, the majority of the
typhoid organisms are soon destroyed.
However, the few that do survive, die
off slowly, and it is these few that
outlive their fellows that have been
the cause of serious epidemics in a
few cases. According to Parke, not
one in a thousand lives in ice longer
than one month, and all are dead at
the end of six months.
Relatively few outbreaks of typhoid
fever have been traced to%the use of
ice; however, conclusive evidence was
obtained to show that the thirty-nine
cases of typhoid at the St. Lawrence
hospital, near Ogdensburg, N. Y., sev
eral years ago, were the result of us
ing polluted Ice. Several months be
fore It was used the ice had been cut
from the St. Lawrence river, about
three miles below the outlet of the
Ogdensburg sewer. Living typhoid
germs were found in samples of the
melted ice examined after the break
ing out of the epidemic.— Walter G.
Sackett, Colorado Agricultural Col
lege, Fort Collins.
Any good doctor will tell you that a medi
cine like Ayer’ s Cherry Pectoral cannot
do its best work if the bowels are con
stipated. Ask your doctor if he knows
anything better than Ayer’s Pills for cor
recting this sluggishness of the liver.
Ma do by tbe J. C. AY Eli CO., Lowell, Mas«.
“ I had my back hurt in the Boer W ar
and in San Francisco two years aiu I
was hit by a street car in the same plate.
I tried all kinds of dope without suc-
cess. Two weeks ago I saw your lini
ment !n a drug store and got a bottle to
try. The first application caused instant
relief, and now except for a little still
ness, I am almost well.”
FLETCH ER NORMAN.
is the best remedy for
sore throat and sprains.
Miss E. R im of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
writes: “Sloan’s I.iniment is the best
for rheumatism. I have used six bot
tles of it and it is grand.”
Sold by all Dealers.
Price, 25c., 50c., and $1.00.
M others w ill find Mrs. W in slo w ’ s Soothing
Syrup the beat rem edy to use for their ch U drea
d u rin g i ‘.e teethiug period.
"The coal supply of the earth is
limited,” said the scientist. "N o one
can say how long it will last." "Great
Scott!" exclaimed a man In the back
row; "and here we’ve gone and wast
ed more’n a bushel of it heatin’ the
hall for this lecture."— Washington
MEXICAN • .
CURED A CUT HORSE.
Fred DeNeffe, Marshall, W ash ., writes
• I h are used Mexican M u s ta n g L in im n l I
for some time and am w ell pleased. One I
of our horses had a deep cut in her breast I
ami we used all kinds o f medicines without I
effect until we tried M ustang Liniment uud |
it healed it up in less than 10 days.”
25c. 50c. $1 a bottle at D rug dcG en'l Stores |
Must Have Been Her Lucky Day.
In a lot of old papers and magazines
that Mrs. T. G. Payson gave to the Sal
vation army of Jersey City the other
day was an envelope containing $225
In bills that Mrs .Payson had overlook- j
ed. After 20 meb had searched for
hours In the army’s waste paper pile,
Mrs. Payson looking on, the money was
found and restored to her.
, ALBERS BROS. ; , m
There Is no use wasting sympathy
oc>a man who can’t be happy with
good health, good meals and good
BEST AND CHEAPEST
Ask vour dealer for it. I f he does
not handle it drop us a postal card
and we will furnish you the name of
a dealer who does
Prize Steers Not Good Meat.
The meat of more than one prize
steer has proved disappointing in the
eating, though fine to look at. In the
development of the animal for compe
tition bis flesh is sometimes, if not
always, seamed with small veins of !
fat which are dilated by cooking into
tough strings. Hence, the range-fed I
steer, not nursed into prominence, af
fords the better steak or roast.
¡.PORTLAND, ORFCO n !
I h oar pride—onr hobby—our «tady for year« and
now (loriuccoii, and ours in the b< ut palala«* work
to he found anywhere, no matter how muoh you
pay. Com pare o u r P rice*»
1 Wo finish piato and
I brillio work tor out*
I of-town patrona lu
lone day if desired.
l i ’ainU*« extraction
I fro© when plate« or
I bridge work i« order-
led. Consultation free.
The occupation of a bookkecpei
tends to bring the head and shoulders
forward and cramp the chest. Try to
sit more erect and learn to stand tall,
and stretch the body to its full height.
Many defects of the figure are due to
bad postures, but by exercise many
defects can be corrected.
You Can (ie l Allen’s fo o t -f ase fRCC.
W rite A lie n s . OH R M cd.Le 1 ,,v, N. Y., for a
free .sample of A lle n ’* l'.iot-jvase. It cures
Bweating, hot sw ollen, aching feet. It makes
new or tight shoes easy. A certain cure for
coins. in g ro w in g nails and bunions. A lld r u g -
~ D on’t
• accept any substitute
sell i t i . 2f
Proof of a Weak Mind.
"In matters of great concern, and
which must be done, there is no surer
argument of a weak mind than irres
olution; to be undetermined where the
case is so plain and the necessity so
urgent”— Tillot son.
Offense Truest Defense.
Butler (entertaining a few friends
in the absence of his master, who has
returned unexpectedly)— "Most un
warrantable intrusion, sir; with re
spect, I beg to give notice."— Punch.
Tf> C U R E A CO LD IN O N E D A Y
Take L A X A T I V E B R O M O Quinine Tablet*.
D ruggist« re fund money if it fail« to cure. K. W .
'»R O V E 'S signature is on each box. 25c.
Cleaning uiass vases.
Flower vases which have become
cloudy and discolored should be
cleaned with a mixture of vinegar
and salt, poured in and well shaken
about. A long piece of stiff wire,
upon the end of which is a little pad
of soft rag, should be poked Into all
the corners and crevices, and the vase
then rinsed In warm water and dried
with a good polishing cloth.
marks upon the gilt frames of pic
tures should be rubbed with half a
lemon and then polished with a
P IL E S CUR ED IN 6 TO 14 D AYS
Your druggist will refund money if P A Z O O IN T
M E N T fails to cur** any case of ItchinR, Blind.
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 60c.
That Shining Nose.
At the opera the young man who
paid for the seats was engaged for a
few tense moments in a study of a
stunning woman of middle age who
sat In the row in front. Then he
turned to the girl at his right, and
whispered, "Look at the lady in lav
ender; what Is the matter with her
Tlnplats Men Combine
nose?" The girl gave one glance at
Pittsburg Representing a capital
the shining "neb,” then turned to her
ization o f $ 100 , 000 , 000 , the Independ
escort and whispered: "Enameled."
ent Tin Plate Manufacturers o f the
United States were granted a charter
in Common Pleas court under the
Nothing makes a woman so angry
name o f the Association o f Sheet and as to see her husband, who diets at
Tin Plate manufacturers.
Headquar home, eating everything that comes
ters will be located here.
along at a banquet.
i 'l l
In all its forma, am on g a ll ages o f horses
and dogs, cured and others in the same sta
ble prevent 'd from h avin g the disease w ith
S p o n n ’s D istem per Cure.
E v e ry bottl ■
guaranteed. O ver 500,000 bottles sold last
$.50 a n d $1.00. G ood druggists, o r
tend to manufacturers.
A gen ts wanted.
W rite for free hook. Npohn M ed. Co., Spec.
Contagious Diseases, G oshen, In d .
Husband Got Even.
In »Austria a woman was recently
sent to jail for opening her husband’s
mail. She began a suit for divorce on
evidence obtained from the letter and
her husband retaliated by sending her
to Jail for opening the letter.
DR. W. â WISf, P riiioint * no M imiir
21 TIMS IlIâllUHIO I« PORTIMI
1 MolarCrownt $ 5 . 0 0
122k Bridge T««th4.C~
j Gold .'illinga
j Enamel Filling« 1 . 0 0
! Silver Filling«
_ . .
5 .0 0
¡Best Red Rubber _ p -
7 .5 0
Painless Extr'tion . 6 0
B IS T
M IT H O D S
D ental Co., i-c.
A ll w ork fully s u n rn n tw d fo r fifteen years.
Falling Building, Third and Washington PORTLAND. ORE
onice Hours: 8 A. M. to 8 i*. M. Huudays, S U I
P. N. U.
W H E N writing to advertiser«, please men
tion this paper.
u - n ¿ $ Y R U P o / f lG S
e x n i
FOR COLDS Af!D HEADACHES, INDIGESTION AND ^OUR
STOMACH. GAS AND FERMENTATION. CONSTIPATION AND
BILIOUSNESS. WITH MOST SATISFACTORY RESULTS
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUPCO.
IN THE CIRCLE
ON E V E R Y PACKAGE 0FTHE GENUINE
■ -■ •
THE WONDERFUL POPULARITY OF THE GENUINE SYRUP
OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA HAS LED UNSCRUPULOUS
MANUFACTURERS TO OFFER IMITATIONS IN ORDER TO
MAKE A LARGER PROFIT AT THE EXPENSE OF THEIR
IF A DEALER ASKS WHICH SIZE YOU WISH.
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA, HE
ING TO DECEIVE YOU-, TELL HIM THAT YOU WISH THE
GENUINE MANUFACTURED BY THE CALIFORNIA FIG
ALL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS KNOW THAT
THERE IS BUT ONE GENUINE
AND THAT IT IS MANU
THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO
I *N ABITUAI CO»
"A. man can only rise, conquer, and
achieve by lifting up his thoughts.
He can only remain weak, and abject,
and miserable by refusing to lift up
his thoughts."—James Allen.
RED CROSS BALL BLUE.
Open to Suspicion.
The man who opposes the revival of
The blue that is all blue. Best for
the knee breeches idea will be subject washing because it makes the clothes
to suspicion, no matter how Imper near and white, lasts longer than
sonal his motives.— Atlanta Journal.
liquid blue and produces better re
Avoid liquid bluing because it is
T T tJ i
only a weak solution of blue in an
B ALL BLUE is sold everywhere.
Price, 10c. ASK YOUR GROCER.
S W IF T S ARE ATTACKED .
Chicago— The government centered
Battleship Ready to Proceed to Final its attack on S w ift & Co. in the pack
ers’ trial here.
John M. Chaplin,
chief o f the plant accounting depart
Havana— The wreck o f the Maine ment o f that corporation, was subject
floated free from the mud when the ed to a searching examination by Dis
water was turned into the dam sur trict Attorney Wilkerson and required
rounding the wreck. The water with to explain to the jury many details of
in the dam is 14 feet below the harbor the complex system used by the pack
level at low tide.
It is the intention to raise the
Chaplin identified numerous letters
wreck immediately to the harbor lev changing the by-products allowances,
el, leaving nothing more to be done which were sent by other employes.
except to break the dam and float out
One letter signed by Chaplin and
dated November 15, 1907, gave in
Water was forced into the dam structions to discontinue making al
through a system o f pipes fixed at the lowances for hides in figuring the test
bottom o f the ship, the power being cost o f beef.
supplied by a pump that had been re
District Attorney Wilkerson pointed
covered from the wreck. The ship out that from the organization o f the
began to rise almost immediately. National Packing company, March 8,
The ship will remain within the 1903, the test cost of beef, as figured
dam until orders are received from by Sw ift & Co., steadily rose while
Washington to float her out, which the allowances for by-products de
can be done within a fortnight.
Do you want to be your own dentlsff
want to do away with bi»r dental bills and the
dread of the dental chair? Do you want to have
(rood, sound and beautiful teeth? If you use Fuchi
Dental Haste it will absolutely prevent decay and
*ive to the teeth that pearly white appearance
and to the (rums the firmness and colour of health.
Tubes, 50c; large tube. $1.
P. 0. M m tj Order preferred.
W ashington, D, C.— President T aft
and hi3 cabinet have turned a scrutin
Edict Abandons Monarchy to Offi
cers of New Republic.
TYPHOID GEni.l IN ICE
LTHE K EYSTONEi
Government Keeps in Touch With
Enemy Move Across Border.
WRECK OF MAINE FLO ATS.
T R Y MURINE EYE REMEDY
for Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes
andGranuluted Eyelids. Murine Doesn’t
Smart—Soothes Eye Pain. Druggists
Sell Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid. 25c,
Murine Eye Salve in
Aseptic Tubes, 25c. $1.00. Eye Books
and Eye Advice Eroe by Mail.
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
W ATCH MEXICO C LO SE LY.
CALIFORNIA FIG S Y R U P C O
PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS. NEAR THE BOTTOM. AND |N J
THE CIRCLE.NEAR THE IO P OF EVERY PACKAGE.OF THE f c f c y V
GENUINE ONE SIZE ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING '
m , n . \ n *F PICTURE ^
REGULAR PRICE SOc PLR BOTTLE.
SYRUP O f f l C i AND ELIXIR O f SENNA IS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THE NEEDS OP
LADIES AND CHILDREN. AS IT IS MILD AND PLEASANT GENTLE AND EFFECTIVE, AND
ABSOLUTELY TREE FROM OBJECTIONABLE INGREDIENTS IT IS EQUALLY BENEFICIAL
FOR WOMEN AND FOR MEN. YOUNG AND OLD FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS,
ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE.
C a l if o r n ia T ig S y r u p C o