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Always Making Friends
Is the fortunate experience o f Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. Whole neighborhoods love and praise it
fo r the cures it has made.
“ I know by ex
perience that Hood's Sarsaparilla is a grand,
good medicine. I jun more glad in taking it
than its proprietors arc in selling it. In ma
laria and loss o f appetite it drove out the chills,
gave me a good appetite and digestion.
twenty years I have known and used it, so I
call it a good old reliable fam ily medicine. W e
recommend it to all our friends.” James John
son, 551 E. Indiana Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
In thousands o f homes all over the country
Is used as a Spring Medicine and blood purifier.
L IK E
POULTRY AND GAME
Can got you fancy prices fo r W ild Ducks
and oth er name in suaHon. W r it « us for
cash oil er on all kinds o f poultry, pork. etc.
Pearson-Page Co., Portland
It should be in yours.
FLA VO R
C H O C O LA TE
Addition to Custard Makes L ittle Ex
tra W ork, and the Children Are
Sure to Appreciate It.
It Is no more trouble to make a
S O U T H E R N PA C IF IC
?,’1/3,000 Acres Forfeited by Violat
ing Terms o f Grant.
Portland— Lands in Oregon aggrega
ting 2,373,000 acres, held by the
Southern Pacific by virtue o f grants
made by congress to its predecessor,
the Oregon & California Railroad com
pany, in I860 and 1870, were declared
forfeited to the United States govern
ment in a deciee pronounced by Judge
Charles E. Wolverton, o f the United
Sfatds District court.
The decree was based on the fact,
which Judge Wolverton assumed to
have been proved, that the railroad
company violated the terms under
which the grant was made, in not. sell
ing the lands to actual settlers at
$2.50 an acre, in selling lands at a
higher price than $2.50 an acre, and
in selling more that 160 acres to one
Judge Wolverton’s decision is an
other step in the upward march o f the
celebrated case toward the United
States Supreme court.
o f the decree will be suspended for a
few days to allow for the clearing up
of some minor matters connected with
As soon as the decree is formally
entered the Southern Pacific will ap
peal the case to the United States Cir
cuit Court of Appeals, which means
that it will be tried in the Ninth Cir
cuit District at San Francisco. This
court convenes the first Monday in Oc
tober, 1913, and the case probably will
be assigned to a hearing for the fol
SEM I DONT CURE
Many Friedmann Patients Steadily
Health Department Makes Strong
Criticisms and Public W arned
to Be Careful.
New York— The Friedmann patients
in New York are not doing well.
fact, some o f them are decidedly ill.
This fact, combined with a knowledge
o f the nature o f the sale Friedmann
has recently accomplished, has made
all physicians connected
Friedmann tests anxious not only for
their own patients, but for the wel
fare o f the public in general.
Before the week is out it is most
probable that three, and perhaps four,
public statements will be made from
public institutions, none of which will
be favorable to Dr. Friedmann or his
This information has been placed in
the hands o f the New York health de
partment, telling o f the poor showing
which the Friedmann patients, all of
whom have been watched for the de
partment, have made.
The statements made are strong.
One o f them is supposed to be that
some o f the cases treated would have
been better off i f they had not had the
Friedmann injection and that the
presence o f the culture in their systems
seems to have given the bacilli a
chance to work in places which they
might not otherwise have attacked.
I t was learned Monday from the
best o f sources that the Friedmann
pulmonary patients at Bellevue have
not only failed to show any improve
ment, but that with many o f them the
disease was having its course uninter
rupted. Many o f the pulmonary suf
ferers there treated by Dr. Friedmann
at first showed gains, such as in
creased weight, but have since fallen
back. Actual conditions of the lungs
have either remained ihe same or be
come worse. Only one case was men
tioned in which the lungs had im
proved, and that in an incipient stage.
It was also said that at Mount Sinai
hospital the patients have not made
progress and that the disease is run
ning its own course.
The same is un
derstood to apply to the Montefiore
Home, where Dr. Friedmann also
treated a great number o f tubercular
Elaborate P re ca u tio n s Necessary to
Preserve th e B e a u tifu l But Ex
trem ely D e lica te A rtic le .
W . L. D O U G LA S
* 3 - .° ° * 3 ,5 0
\ couN rtis
»4 -.O Q
» 4 - .0 0 A N D * R - o o
S HO ES / ['J8 SU-
Cut glass is very fashionable now,
and is used upon the dim.« r table and
In the drawing room with great suc
FOR MtN AND WOMEN/
cess. Hut, alas! How easily it can
„ BESTB<‘, I S H O E S in thr WORLD \
be chipped and spoiled. What precau
$.' O' u >ty lud S3 00
tions can be taken with the precious
' T h e la rg e s t m a k e r» o f '
M e n ’. $ 3 .5 0 and $ 4 .0 0
Cut glass must be handled very care
» n o e . in th e w o rld .
fully when it is washed, s j that no risk
A s lt i
is run of chipping it. A wooden bowl
l* o t.g lu * * 3 .
will It« l|>
,60 fthoe*. JiiHt ;» h |;ooil in a ty le
a n d w e a r a»> o t h e r m a k e - coa tin g; £ 5 .0 0 to
Place in a wooden bowl some shav
- t h e o n ly d i f f e r e n c e 1» t h e p r ic e . S h o e j in a
ings of mild white soap and pour over
le a f t ie r » , stylet* a n d a h a p e a t o a iiit e v e r y l>od
these boiling water.
I f y o u e o u id v is it \V. I.. D o u ^ la * l a r g e fa c t o
r ie s a t B r o c k t o n , M a n «., a m i nee f o r y o u r o e l
When the water has become luke
h o w c a r e f u l l y W . L . D o u g la n » h o e » a r e m a d
warm wash the glass in the suds, us
on w o u ld I h en u iitle rM a n ti w h y th e y a r e w a r r a n t e d ,
ing a soft nail brush. Then dip the
lo tit b e t t e r , lo o k b e t t e r , h o ld t h e i r - lia p e a n d
lo n g e r th a n a n y o t h e r m a k e f o r t h e p r ic e ,
glass in a second wooden bowl, this
W. !.. Doug I a« short are not for tale in your vicinity, order
time filled with clear lukewarm water,
direct from the factory and save the middleman's profi*
Shoe* for every mein her o f the familv, at all prices, by
until all traces of soap is removed.
Parcel Pott, poatAge free. W r i t e f o r 1 lim it r a t e d
Now dip the glass into a third bowl
t 'a t u l o g . It will »how you how to order by mail,
and why you can save money on your footwear.
of luke warm water to which bluing
S U B S T IT U T E
W . I M l l O l t d . A H . . H r o rk tn n , M ass.
has been added (for the bluing will
give a brilliance to the glass) and then
dry it with a very soft cloth. Polish
B R A IS E D
M olasses P udding.
It with soft tissue paper.
Gilded and patterned china may
Mix together one cupful of finely
well be washed in the same carefnl Change From the F a m iliar Roast is chopped beef suet, three cupfuls of
way, but the blueing should be omit
sifted flour, one teaspoonful and a half
Something T h a t W ill Be Appre
of salt, one teaspoonful of cinnamon,
ciated By the Fam ily.
a half teaspoonful each of mace, all
Take a rump piece of beef, weigh spice and cloves, and one pound of
W hen Y o u r Eyes Need C a re
ing at least eight pounds, and lard it
Add one cupful of
T r y M u rin e E y e R e m e d y . N o S m a rtin g — F e e la with half a pound of salt pork, cut in seeded raisins.
milk, one teaspoonful of soda dissolv
F in e — A c t « (Quickly. T r y i t fu r lU-tl, \V*-ak,
Season ed in a little hot water and stirred into
W a te r y E y e s a n d (G ranu lated E y e lid «. Illu s long, half-inch square pieces.
tra te d B ook in each P a c k a g e .
M u rin e is well with allspice, chopped parsley,
one cupful of molasses. Turn into
Compounded by our t_ enlists not a “ P aten t M ed
Tie up firmly and a buttered mold and steam steadily
icino” — b .t used In suceohsful Physicians’ Prac and a little garlic.
tico fo r many years. Now dedicated to th e Pub place in the stew
pan with four for four hours. Serve with a hard
lic and sold by Im iggists at 26c and 60c p e r Bottle.
M urine Eye s a lv e in Aseptic Tubes, 26c and 60c. ounces of melted beef suet; fry brisk ! sauce.
M urine Eye Rem edy Co., C h ic a g o ly until a crisp brown all over. Drain
off the fat, add a quart of broth made
Flowers on Wrong Grave.
from bones and trimming, two cups
After periodical pilgrimages extend
Mix one-third cupful of sugar, two tomato sauce; a bunch of parsley; two
and two-thirds tablespoonful of flour, onions, and about a quart and pint of ing over 15 years to the cemetery at
and one-eighth teaspoonful of salt; quartered turnips. Let boil up, then Beeston, J. Daniels of Nottingham was
then add yolks of two eggs, slightly cover and let simmer gently for near informed by the local urban council,
beaten. Pour on one cupful of hot ly three hours. Take out the beef and under whose control it is, that during
scalded milk gradually, while stirring place on a platter and rub the vegeta all this time he has been visiting and
constantly, return to double boiler and bles through a sieve into the sauce placing flowers on the wrong grave.
cook 15 minutes, stirring constantly pan, skim off all fat from the gravy The blunder, they said, was due to a
until mixture thickens, and afterward and reduce to the consistency of their ( former sexton getting the numbers of
occasionally. Cool and add one-fourth sauce, then press the turnips, etc., the graves mixed in entering them in
cupful of thin cream or rich milk, through a fine sieve to make a puree, j his book.— London Chronicle.
three-fourths tablespoonful of lemon Turn onto the platter and place the '
juice and one large banana cut in one- meat on the puree. Pour some o f ;
eighth inch slices crosswise.
Chill the gravy over the meat and serve.
thoroughly and turn into a pastry case.
TO C U R E A C O LD I N O N E D A Y
Just before serving beat the whites
Take L A X A T I V E B RO M O Q uinine Tablete.
of two c ,s until stiff, and add grad D ru ggists refu n d m oney i f i t fails to cure. E . W .
ually, while beating constantly, two G R O V E ’ S signature is on each box. 25c.
tablespoonfuls of powdered sugar and
one-fourth teaspoonful of lemon ex
Many cooks fail with dumplings
tract. Spread evenly over pie and
brown under gas flame.— Woman’s from letting the mixture stand after
it is blended or from letting the water
under them get below the boiling
point, says the Commoner. Mix and How can you expect to possess
two cupfuls of flour and four tea good health if you are careless
A compressed sponge is a bit of
toilette daintiness intended specially spoonfuls of baking powder and one- with your Stomach, Liver and
for travelers, though it appeals as well half teaspoonful of salt. Work into
These organs are the
to the stay-at-home who is an ultra- this three teaspoonfuls of butter, us Bowels.
The sponge is of com ing the tips of the fingers, then add “ controlling power” and must
pressed absorbent cotton about the
size of a twenty-five cent piece, and sweet milk; put out onto a floured be guarded against weakness. To
half an inch in thicknes. Dropped board and without working, roll out this end you really should try a
into water it becomes saturated and to half an inch thick; cut in any bottle of
expands to the size of a small face shape desired, or in strips, dip in
cloth, large enough to wipe the face flour and lay the pieces close to
gether in a well-greased steamer; set
free from dust and grime.
this over a kettle of boiling water,
closely and steam for fourteen
In the Telephone Book.
keeping the water below rap
Dear Old Lady (using call-office tele
phone for the first time, to operator idly boiling. Serve as soon as possible
at the exchange)—‘‘And as you’ve with portions of meat.
been so nice and attentive, my dear,
M oth ers w ill fin d Mrs. W in s lo w s S o o th in g
I ’m putting an extra penny in the box S yru p th«* best re m e d y to u se fo r t h e ir c h ild re n
d u rin g th e te e th iu g p e rio d .
, for yourself.”— Punch.
chocolate custard than it is a plain
one, and the chocolate Is a change.
Children especially enjoy a custard
made in this way. The proportions
W a l l o n K . C o l m i m i , are two cupfuls of milk, one ounce ot
l ‘atout Ijtwyer.XN uMhtnglon,
I>.C. Advice and books fret*. chocolate, two eggs, sugar to taste,
Hates reasonable. Highest reference». Hem services. usually about three tablespoonfuls, a
pinch of sail and half a teaspoonful
of any preferred flavoring.
Melt the choeolate in a double boil
Pour the milk in and let it come
Low est rates. W rite fo r application blank. W est er.
Beat eggs, sugar and salt
ern Bond til M ortgage Co.. Commet cul Club Bldg.. Portland to a boll.
together, and pour the boiling milk
over the mixture and strain Into cue
ery bought, sold and tard cups or one large dish as pre
ferred. Set in a pan of hot water and
boilers, sawmills, etc. The J. E. Martin Co.. 83 1st
bake in a moderate oven
Bt.. Portland. Send for Stock List and prices.
I suppose you know how to tell
when the custard Is done. If not,
WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE then the test Is a knife put Into ths 45 IN C H E S IS B A G G A G E L IM IT
middle of the custard. If the knife
inform ation and booklets o f value to you.
PACIFIC GUANO & FERTILIZER CO. comes out clean the dish Is ready to
be taken from the oven, while If the Railroad Restrictions on Size of
182 Madison St.. Portland. Or.
custard sticks to the knife it must be
Trunks Effective June 1.
We are Sole left a little longer.— Exchange.
Washington, D. C.— Restrictions on
it C ures While You Walk.
freak baggage and baggage o f ex
HOLTON and BUESCHER
A lle n 's Fnot-Kase is a i-crtain cu re lo r h o i
sw ea tin g, cal lug, aiicl sw o llen , a c h in g feet. Sold treme length or width will be placed
band instruments. T h e most complete stock
by a ll D ruggists. P r ic e ¿ v . D o n 't accep t any in effect about June 1, according to
c f Musical Merchandise in the Northwest.
su b stitu te. T r ia l
p a ck age
F R E E . Addrem
W rite for Catalogues.
plans now being made by the Inter
A lie n s O lm sted, L a R o y , N. Y .
S E IB E R L1N G -LU C A 8 MUSIC CO.
state Commerce commission.
134 Second Street
Need Care of Home.
It is understood that these new reg
A Philadelphia physician who en ulations, which will lim it the size of
joys a handsome practice and excel the trunks that will be handled by the
lent hospital connections told me an
interesting although terrible thing railroads to 45 inches in length, will
About 90 per cent, out of every 100 work no hardship on the traveling
babies that are sent to hospitals foi public, but will serve to check effec
bringing up die. The death rate among tively the tendency o f commercial
On Each Automobile.
such unfortunates is seven times at salesmen and the houses that employ
great as with infants who have th« them to carry queer-shaped trunks and
Our co-operative sales plan en
immediate care of mothers,
Truly baggage o f unusual proportions. It is
ables you to buy a brand new au
there is something needed in a child * probable that the commission will
tomobile: only $476 required, bal
ance easy terms. For full partic
life besides food, shelter, and clothing stipulate that baggage exceeding 72
— Philadelphia Record.
inches in any dimension will not be
accepted for checking at »11.
Often when one has purchased s charge for handling baggage over 45
690 Washington Street.
pair of hoots, one doesn't know till inches in length, width or height will
they are home that they creak. How be equivalent to five pounds o f excess F A R M S W I L L N E E D 40,000 M E N
ever, the disagreeable noise may b< weight for each inch o f excess meas
stopped by taking them back to th« urement.
Prospective W heat Crop in Kansas
shoemaker and asking him to spring
These regulations were adopted by
Largest Ever Known.
them on each side and Insert between the railroads nearly two years ago,
Topeka, Kansas— Facing the pros
Being honest Is the greater part of tho soles a teaHpoonful of French but agitation o f the trunk manufac
achievement. When you know that chalk. This process costs only a trifle turers has postponed their enforce pect o f a wheat crop of more than
you’re doing the best within you, you and answers admirably.
| 120,000,000 bushels, the lowest esti
can't be downed. Self-respect Is an
mate based on Secretary Coburn’s re-
Don’ t buy w a te r fo r bluing. Liquid blue is al
eternal life preserver—no matter how most all water. Buy Bed Cross Ball blue, th« P O K IN G F U N A T S U F F R A G IS T S port o f acreage and condition, the
often circumstance wrecks you, you're blue th at’s all blue.
State Employment bureau already has
Now that it is between times of old
bound to float back to solid ground
R ather Flim sy Excuse.
and new vegetables, try this recipe:
England Laughs at Threats o f Rich
again. When men strive for posts of
The case of "any excuse" was ex
j an army of nearly 40,000 harvest
Baked peas: One-half pound dried
trust, they must,.be somewhat post
green peas, one onion, one carrot, one
like themselvqs^'and stand steady.—
Africa) criminal court. A native wliei j London—
London papers are poking conditions o f 90 per cent in the great
teaspoonful sugar, pinch of soda, a
MR. A. H. PO W ELL.
asked by the magistrate why he hac I f u~ at Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont, the ly increased acreage o f wheat was
generous tablespoon of butter, water.
signed his evidence “ Tom Harris,”' hil
Soak peas over night, put In bean
Fem inine Am bition Rebuked.
real name being April Phalander, re
crock in the morning with the other
Pear S ir: Having suffered with stomach
The Instinctive masculine attitude piled that he did so because the per j over her declaration that she would the recent soaking rains which fell all
trouble for a number o f year», and tried a
toward feminine ambition is some was a bad one and his hand was shak not spend a penny in London because through the wheat belt.
great many doctors and a great many pro
Bake six hours or all day In slow oven,
times manifest In early years. Three- tng.
prietary preparations but obtained no per
Basing their estimates on his re
o f the treatment o f English suffra
adding water when it evaporates.
manent relief until 1 took jour stomach
year-old Richard was observed in the
gettes by the government. William port, grain dealers, farmers and m ill
remedy, and am pleased to say that I have no
barnyard one day, following wttn so
further stomueh trouble and can eat any
Waldorf Astor’s Pall Mall Gazette ex- ers estimated that the wheat yield, if
and carrot. This dish will be found
licitous attention the movements of a
thing I desire anil sutler no bad results. I am
A bad school report, which hi ! claims :
conditions remain the same, will be
very nutritious and appetizing.
a professional nurse, having nursed for 30
hen who was trying to crow. Finally thought would induce his parents tc
years, some o f the time for Dr. Holb o f New
124,000,000 bushels o f whoat.
“ O si sic omnes.’ ’
he Inquired kindly, though with evi punish him, caused a boy of twelv«
York City, the greatest specialist on child
Laziness and Logic.
The Star compares Mrs. Belmont to | soaking rains so improved conditions
ren's diseases : also had charge of Wardner
dent disapproval: “ Is anyfing the mat years to commit suicide at Rsfciicken
at Wardner, Idaho, for two years.
ter wif you?”
dorf, a suburb of Berlin, a few day«
Since learning by my own experience the
gent and sluggish, and why do we seek
| weight, declared that only a contln- j
ago. The child crept at dusk into I to eat worms.
great benefit from the use of Powell's Storn-
pretenses for not laboring and not
uch Remedy. I haw* recommended it to a
Three Babes W alked Fifteen Mllee. stable and hanged himself with a hal
The Evening News says: “ Despite uous drought from now until harvest
Lucky in Love.
great many for children an«l adults, and in
Mrs. Belmont's refusal to scatter her time could pull the crop under 120,-
Three children—Ida Farrow, eight ter from a low beam.
The optimist had lost heavily. “ Oh, being watchful in cultivating our rea
each case it has been remarkable for the
good it has done. 1 cheerfully recommend
years old, W illie Farrow, five, and
millions among the inhabitants o f this 1000,000 bushels. There is no doubt w e ll!” he remarked, as he rose from
it to anyone suffering with any kind o f stom
Ta ctfu l M r. Cumrox.
Linda Benton, six, of Peterborough—
country the government will maintain but that competition will be so keen the gaming table, "unlucky at cards, W a te r in blinnpr ¡3 adulteration Glass and w a
ach trouble, as I atn anxious to aid anyone
walked 16V4 miles to Whaplode Drove
lucky at love.” "Is that true in your
" I want to talk to you about becom more or less a firm attitude. ”
suffering from sickness ««' any kind, and I
as to make wages unusually high.
have never known o f medicine to compare
one recent Sunday to see their grand Ing your son-in-law," said the youn(
case?” sneered the pessimist. “ Sure,” Blue, m akes clothes w h ite r than snow.
Mrs. Belmont, who is staying at a
with Powell’s Stomach Remedy Tor all kinds
mother. The children, who undertook man. “ I can’t advise you,” replied Mr London hotel, said:
replied the optimist. “ At any rate, I
of stomach trouble. Yours truly.
Guy de Maupassant as a Clerk.
the journey unknown to their parents, Cumrox, “ on the subject of becomlnf
have never been married.”—Philadel
“ I mean just what I say when I de
Guy de Maupassant's manner of life
arrived exhausted, and after being fed a member of the family. As your sin
Manheim, Germany— A workman phia Record.
21 J Boone Ave.
as a junior clerk in the French edu-'
and rested were driven home again.— cere personal friend I ought to speaU clare that i f New York fails to awake, armed with a knife attacked Grand
cation office is the subject of an in
freely, but as a husband and father I we shall introduce militant methods o f
teresting article by one of his old col- \
Duke Friederich o f Baden as he was
the type used in England.
leagues. We gather that he absented
“ I also meant what I said before j leaving the railroad station.
Keeping Mind in Condition.
himself from his duties on the ground
leaving America about spending no Grand Duke threw off his assailant
No mind is first claps that is not
of illness on an average about three i
The Duke was
Gradually, but surely, the world if money in England. But I was com and was not harmed.
continually reading books and con
days a week, and that was how he !
versing with men that require an ef being Americanized. A Paris restaur pelled to stay in this hotel because I about to drive to the races when the
obtained leisure for literary composi-1
is w h a t th e y ail say
fort to be understood. The novel-soak ant advertises: “ Kakes de buckwheal found spriog cleaning under way in man jumped on the carriage steps and
; Hon. None the less he was very anx
ed intellect, gormandizing upon easy de Américaine.”
apparently tried to grasp the lapel of
my daughter's home."
ious to retain his clerkship until his ,
reading, grows flabby.
his coat, but the Duke knocked him to
] literary prospects were secure.— West- ;
The Home Sentinel.
the ground with the hilt o f his sword Wife so Weak and Nervous aslsatar Oasstts.
It Is each woman’s duty to under
Old A g e Pension Bill Up.
and proceeded. A crowd gathered and
stand the preparation of food so thai
Washington, D. C.— The progress, ve
attacked the man. intending to lynch
T h ree Cheers.
It may be fit for human consumption
A town meeting had been called to
It may not be necessary for her to at
O ut-of-tow n peo
Noise — How Cured.
! devise ways and moans to provide for
IS THE BEST SAFEGUARD AGAINST tend to the actual work, but sht $4 a week for all those more than 65
ple can have their
ALL BODILY DISORDERS.
should be the sentinel, always or years old whose incomes are under $10
Huerta Is Recognized.
p!ate ami bridge-
I many speeches had been made and j
a week, was introduced in the House
work finished in one
Mexico City— President Huerta has j Munford, AJa. — “ I was so weak and many resolutions offered and much
been formally notified o f the recogni nervous while passing through the I time wasted and nothing done, a be
W ay Out. •
A n absolute guar
Change of Life that nevolent German arose in the back
FOR A GOOD DIGESTION IS
Knicker—"A judge has ruled that i vania. His plan would pension those tion o f his government by Great Bri
antee. backed by 26
I could hardly live. part of the hall and said: "M ister,
woman shouldn't spend more or with incomes o f less than $6 a week tain. The British minister, Francis
years in Portland.
g o o ;
My husband had to ! Chairman. I move, before we adjourn, |
clothes than on rent." Mrs. Knickei at $4 a w eek; incomes o f from $6 to W. Strange, with due ceremony, pre
nail rubber on all the we all shtancl oop undt gif three cheers 1
— "W ell, then, we shall have to pay I $7 at $3; between $7 and $8, $2 a sented the K ing’s autograph letter, re
week, and from $8 to $9, $1 a week. plying to that of President Huerta, i
gates for I could not for de poor!"
bigger rent.”— New York Sun.
IC S T
The bill would disqualify all crim The minister expressed in the name
O f f i c e HOURS:
stand it to have a
8 A. M. lo 8 P. M.
Sundays 9 Io 1
W ate r and Ore Mixed.
inals, lunatics and inmates o f alms of his government good wi dies for the
The man who complains that he hai
Phones: A 2029; Main 2029.
Nearly fifty tons of water were lift- j
“ I also had back
welfare of the Mexican government.
not succeeded because he has nevei
ache and a fullness ed from the mines of South Stafford Tailing Bldg., Third and Washington, Portland
In reply the president expressed his
had a chance expects somebody els<
in my stomach. I shire, England, last year for every ton j
Rich M an Dies as Hermit.
to furnish the chance.
appreciation o f Great Britain's atti
noticed that Lydia of mineral.
New York — Dudley Jardine, of tude. It is announced that recognition
E. Pinkham’ s Vege
Exempted from Taxation.
W h ite Wood W ork.
P IL E S C U R E D IN « T O 1» D A T S
Brooklyn, a wealthy builder o f church from Spain, will be presented soon.
O U T O f TOWN
table Compound was T o u r dru ggist w ill refund money i f P A Z O O IN T
For reasons of public policy the law
Inside painted woodwork can b. organs, lived a hermit, died under an
M E N T fails to cure any case o f Itching, Blind,
exempts from taxation churches and made to look like new by rubbing 1' alias and was about to be buried in the
Ironworkers Leave Prison.
B leeding o r P rotru din g P iles in 6 to 14 days. 60c.
can receive prompt treat
church property, cemeteries, school well with a rag dipped in whiting. Af potter’s field when a relative, by the
got a bottle. I t did me so much good
ment» o f Non-Pot Ionova,
and college property, buildings used ter the whiting dries it should be thor
that I kept on taking it and found it to
Roses From Italy.
for educational, literary, scientific or oughly removed with a soft cloth. Thi merest accident, identified his body. 33 men convicted o f complicity in the be all you claim. I recommend your
The rose, so long considered the
charitable purposes and property own paint Is not Injured, as it usually ii
ed by a city, county, state or the Uni by the application of soap and water filing for probate o f his will, leaving winter are now le ft in the Federal was.” — Mrs. F. P. M u l l e n d o r e , Mun , known in that country until the early
$50,000 to charity and the remainder prison, the others having been released
and the process Is easy.
the Chinese doctor.
! part of the fifteenth century. Rose
o f his estate, estimated at the same on bond. These 15 men nearly all are , ford, Alabama.
Try once more i f yon have been doctoring with
j trees were then brought from Italy
this one and that on» and have not obtairi«>d per
figure, to relatives. Jardine had lived engaged on the steel work o f the new A n H o n e s t D e p e n d a b le M e d ic in e and planted in the royal gardens. They
manent relief. Let thin great nature healer diag
nose your case and prescribe some remedy whose
for years, according to his heirs, in cellhouses at the prison, and more
Is Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com. were sent as presents from the holy j action is quick, sure and safe His prescription»
Bowery lodging houses under the name ! work in that line has been done in the
h i g h l y esteemed by royalty. | are compounded from Roots. Herbs, Buds and
.with spongy fact collects the Inrlalble
pound. A Root and Herb medicine orig
Barks thHt have been gathered from every quar
o f William Smith.
o f the globe. The aecreta of th«>se m edicine»
last four months by these men than inated nearly forty years ago by Lydia I It became the custom to carve them [ ter
germ s o f disease—spreads them over
are not known to the outside world, but have b«*en
food and poisons ns with typhoid.
was done in the year before by the E. Pinkham o f Lynn, Mass., for con over the doors of the confessional as j handed down from father to son in the physicians'
Balkan Allies Are Fighting.
trolling female ills.
! (under the rose) used to mean “ with I
C O N S U L T A T IO N FREE.
London— A Bucharest dispatch, dat
Its wonderful success in this line has 1 secrecy.”—Ave Maria.
I f yon live oat o f town and cannot call, write for
835-Pound Fish Caught.
symptom blank and circular, enclosing 4 cents in
ed April 24, to the Daily Telegraph,
made it the safest and most dependable
ou r veins M A L A R IA .
expresses the conviction that immedi
Centralis, Wash. — A sturgeon 114 medicine o f the age for women and no | Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets firs* j
ately peace is signed between the feet long and weighing 835 pounds woman suffering from female ills does put up 40 years ago.
THE C. GEE CHINESE MEDICINE CO.
allies and Turkey, a new war will was caught here by C. H. Catlin, a herself justice who does not give it a and invigorate stomach, liver and bow
T A T E A R E all exposed to snch dangers—our only armor is good red
1624 tin t St., Car. Morrison
els. Sugar-coated tiny granules.
commence between Servia, Bulgaria Kelso fisherman, and was sold to the trial.
* V blondl Let your stomach be of good digestion, your liver active
and your tuners fu ll o f good pure air and you don't surrender to any o f the disease-
and Greece. A Bulgarian correspond Doty Fish company at Kalama. It
Er-Yes, He Had.
I f yon h a r s th e s lig h te s t d o n b t
bearing germ s. Th e best known tonic and a ltera tive, that corrects a torpid liver,
ent says that large concentration o f was one o f the largest sturgeon to be th a t L y d ia K . P ln k h n m 's V 'cgeta-
and helps digestion so that good blood ia manufactured and the system nourished, la
"Pardon me, Mr. Peever,” said the j
opposing troops are in readiness for caught in the Columbia in recent b le C o m p o n n d wi l l h e lp y o n , w r i t « ' chance acquaintance as the two helped j
N o . I » —' l l .
P. N. U.
these new campaigns, and adds that years. The fish was worth $150.
to L y d ia K .l*in k ham M e d ic in e Co. hold up the cafe bar, “ but have you I
(c o n fid e n tia l) I,y n n .M n s ».,fo r a d ever had a serious accident?”
v ic e . Y o u r le t t e r w ill b o o iio n e d ,
that fighting has already occurred.
Yuan Shi Kai Threatens.
W H E N writing to advertisers, please
"W ell,” replied Mr. Peever, “ I met
This famous m edicine has been sold b y m edicine dealers in its liquid form fo r
re a d an d u n s w e r e d by a w o m a n , my wife by accident!”
tion this paper.
Pekin— President Yuan Shi K ai has a n d h e ld in s t r ic t c o n fid e n c e .
o ver fo rty years, g iv in g grea t satisfaction. I f you p r e fe r you can n o w obtain Dr.
Veteran to Get B ig Job.
P ierce’s Golden Medical D iscovery tablets o f your d ru ggist at $1.00, also in 50c size
issued a manifesto warning the people
o r by mail— send 60one-cent stamps, R .V . Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N .Y ., fo r trial box.
Washington, D. C.— Secretary Lane that, although he has refrained, up to
n / 1 T i# V i are fully and properly answered in the People*» Medical Ad-
has advised Senator Kem that no man the present, from employing m ilitary
I f u e s i i o n s V I L d llL
by R. V. Pierce. M D. A ll the know led ire a young
would be appointed commisaioner o f force against plotters, in the hope that
man or woman, w ife or daughter should have, ia contained in thia big Home Doctor Book
containing 1006 pagee with engravings bound in cloth, sent free to anyone tending 81 ooc-
pensions who is not a C ivil war vete conspiracies would cease, ha would not . Color more goods ’brighter and faster colors than any ©that dve. One 10c package colors silk, w ool and cotton equally
oaat stamp« to prepay coat o f wrapping and postage.
ran. Thia would eliminate many can permit conspirators in the -future to
w e ll and is guar i iteed to give perfect results. A..a Scalar, cr w e w ill send postpaid at 10c a package. Write for frea
MONROE D R UG COMPANY, Quincy, Illinois.
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