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Loss of Appetite
I s loss of vitality, vigor or tone, and Is
often a forerunner of prostrating dis
It Is serious and especially so to
people that must keep up and doing or
The best medicine to take for It Is
the great constitutional remedy
engravers l e f t
Their Art Was Swamped by Photo-Mo-
chanical Process, but May
The nosslblllty of a revival of the
art of wood engraving is an ever recur
ring subject of discussion. It will be
found to lie in painter-engraving, that
la original effort, rather than in the HOME-MADE YANKEE BOBSLED
"Which purifies and enriches the blood reproductive art In which so consum
mate an achievement was attained in Excellent Coasting Sled May Be Put!
gtd builds up the whole system.
opt It today In usual liquid form or our days.
Together by Handy Youngster
chocolated tablets called S a r s a t a b s .
In the last quarter of the nineteenth
— Easy to Guide.
back to it» normal con
century the I'nlted States wlinessed a
by taking a short
Or heart trou Me; w'sh to development of reproductive wood en
A good coasting sled, which 1 call a
see the ca*e 1 ca n 't cure. graving carried tp what was apparent
ly the limit of Its possibilities In the hardwood barrel staves, two pieces ot j
DR. DCUCtlA'», O. C.
3 3 8 Union Avenue N., Porli ind, Or.
suggestion of tones and textures. The 2 by 6 -lnch pine, a piece of hardwood
glorious period of success was as re for the rudder and a few pieces ot i
ery bought, soni an \ markable In 1 ‘. i products as It was boards, writes William Algie, Jr., ot
exchanged: • n c in e s
short In duration. The photo-mechani Little Falls, N. Y., In Popular Meehan
toiler . pawm.llt*. etc. The J . h. Martin f'o.. 7*i is'
It tones and invigorates,
cal process, particularly the now ubi ics. The 2 by 6 -inch pieces should be
¿t.. Portland. Send for Stock i is; and puces.
quitous half-tone, swept all before a little longer than one-third the
also prevents Poor Appe
and only two noteworthy mem length of the staves, and each piece
tite, Indigestion, Heart
W anted—Men rnd Women them,
bers of the group of men who made cut tapering from the wtdest part, 6 :
1 o learn barber t rade. Too's frae. Waites whi!*-
burn, Costiveness, Colds,
Inches, down to 2 Inches, and then
Pobi'ious rt . a run teed.
1 urber Schooi. -tL9 E. fcth S ’... Los Ansreles, Cut.
Cole and Wolf—are today still regu fastened to the staves with large wood j
Grippe and Malaria.
larly practicing the art.
TRY A BOTTLE TODAY.
screws as shown In Fig. 1. Boards
The decay o twood engraving has 1 Inch thick are nailed on top of the
I I l ! T L R
D ' ^ R n c S . T f A
t l 7 U .F S
J S ki m . ('elln'oilf and Butt.,-
prd Ribbon I ai'pes. Goo-I Gottis, Quick : e vie
been deplored In print and speech pieces for a seat to hold the runners
?* nd 1« r comp ete Cmaloiru“ N" 2rt. Acme Stain
not a few times, and not Infrequently together. The boards should be ot
Works 1015 A t.. Tacc.n a. W ash.
In apparent forgetfulness of the fact such a length as to make the runners
A Tear said to the Smile: "Mam
that not only will necessity Insure the about eighteen inches apart.
survival of that which fits Its case,
A 2-Inch shaft of wood, Fig. 2, Is ma is gone; let us have a race.” They
JL V .V .
down to 1 inch on the ends and started. Sometime the Tear was
f^M \- r rf»,
Wt p> s tiv e V pay
with us. But the art has arisen In a put through holes that must be bored ahead; then again little Smile ap
m aiKe lirici- n- w ur.- m anu
fnctu r-T .- arri hr r.-f r.- ca n pa
new form, or rather there is a renais In the front ends of the 2 by 6 Inch peared. At last the Tear went in full
n v r * th n 'l li - I 1-- r .
Is ® »
sance of an old form. It Is an open pieces. A small pin Is put through speed, and had nearly won—but there,
I r - - 1 p r ie - ist am i ahrpp-m r lair
na-’ ir *■ f-ill vii a - f,-r u n ir -k in -
question whether there will ever again each end of the shaft to keep It in Smile saw mamma In the door—and
N M I a-rur i «.. ihr Pclm'dr
h | lH m M->l ~t i c‘
re ivi -
be a general use ot wood engraving place. The rudder Is a lVfc-Inch hard won the race.
for the purpose of reproducing paint wood piece which should be tapered
If you use Eye Salve use the best.
ings or drawings or photographs. Ilut to one-half Inch at the bottom and
P e t t i t ’ s E y e S a l v e is the standard,
“Would ion like your sweethenrt '3 there is no doubt that an increasing
is reliable and costs no more than infer
ior goods that are unknown. Used by
portrait placed on your fingernails?” number of artists have been turning
Physicians and Oculists, helps where all
1 » a unusual query at n.ost of the to the wood block, as they have to
others fail. It is not the T u b e or Box
swell Berlin manicurists Just now. The etching or lithography, as a means of
that cures, it is the S a l v e that does the
new fad grew out cf a whim of a original, direct expression. Painter-
work. Guaranteed by Howard Bros,
pretty com in of the kaiser who had wood-engraving Is coming to its
under the Government Food and Drugs
an enameled portrait of her fiance
Act. Don’t be deceived or misled. The
vorked on the nail of her little finger.
only really antiseptic Eye Salve that has
been in the market for years. Sold by
The portrait was a gem of art in its
Druggists throughout the known world.
way and co. t $90. The manicurists graving direct from nature by some of
took up the idea, and now. for a small the men who had he'.ped to bring re- \
Why Old Myths Survive.
jfee of 20 marks—about $5—you can productive wood engraving to its high
The destroyers of fine dramatic
have anyone’s photograph placed on I state of development. Elbrlrige Kings- j
myths tell us nowadays that the
i i'l í Ji ’iftw
your fingernail. The main skill of the I ley, W. B. Closson, the late Victor
| Bernstrom, Henry Wolf and Frank j
Caliph Omar did not burn the ancient
manicurist consists in rendering the
i French, long known as discerning in-
library of Alexandria, and therefore
photograph watertight; which Is done
I terpreters of the designs and paintings
did not have a chance to say that all
i ^liifniftiV iiTi i,Ti«-»rrrf If
by coating it over with a shellac-like
of others, felt the impulse of original
the books in it that agreed with the
substance, which 13 burned upon the
! creation and brought to Its service
Koran were superfluous, and all that
nail. This Is the only painful element
Runners Made of Barrel Staves.
| their long training and artistic tem-
disagreed with the Koran were perni
of the strange process.
! perament — Weitenkampf In Scrib-
Quite a number of society dames | aer's.
shod with a thin piece of Iron. A cious. Doubtless the perennial fresh
have taken to the idea and every
half-inch hole Is bored through the ness and vitality of the tale are due
where you go you see fingernail pho
"center of the shaft and a lag screw to an everlasting normal human ha
tography. Mothers have pictures of
put through and turned In the rudder tred of weed-grown, literary grave
their favorite and prettiest children
piece, making It so the rudder will yards.
placed cn their fingernails; young men
Only One "BROMO QUININE”
turn right and left and, also, up and
L A X A T IV E BROMO Q U IN IN E . lo o k
and maidens display their sweethearts
down. Two cleats are nailed to the T fo h r a t th is e sig
n a tu re o f E . W. G R O V E . Used the
In the same fashion, and the fad has
upper sides of the runners and In the W orld over to Cure a Cold in One Day. 25c.
spread marvelously since it was first
middle lengthways for the person's
Introduced. A portrait on a fingernail
heels to rest against.
“I asked the audience to lend me
will last with careful handling, about
Any child can guide this bob, as all
four month« without renewal.
he has to do is to guide the rudder their ears,” said the verbose speaker.
FO R SO R E SH O U LD ER S.
right and left to go In the direction "But In three-quarters of an hour they
| Ja s . B eck & Son, Centerfield, U tah , w rite . :
named. If he wants to stop, he pulls were dozing.” "I see," replied the
Great Value of Cocoanut.
“ TYe 81-11 M cx ica n M u sta n g L in im cn ta n d I
I h.-i re a pood sale for it, especially in thresh
up on the handle and the heel of the financier. "They called the loan."
The cocoanut is not only valuable
ing tim e forh o r.es" sore shoulders."
rudder will dig Into the snow, causing
as a source of food and drink in trop
I t contains no a lcoh ola n d so ca n n ot st ing I
in cases o f open w ounds. S ooth es and | too much friction for the sled to go
ical countries, but is also the best of
Housekeeper—Here, drop that coat
relieves strained ligam ents a t once,
all »roes fo-
j 2 5 c . 5 0 c . $1 a bottle at D rug & G en 'IS tscea I
And clear out! Burglar—You be quiet,
or I'll wake your wife and give her
this letter I found In your pocket.
Learn to Swim.
Of the thirty-third victim of drown
ing In the waters near St. Louis this 1 ittle Girls Can Use it as Muff to
Keep Their Hands Warm—In
season his mother said: “He was a
Plant breeding and selecting I
vented by New Yorker.
wonderful athlete. He could do any
has been our business foryears. I
We market the results in the I
shape of thoroughbred vegetable [
A doll that Is also a muff, or a muft
don’t know why he never learned." It
and flo//cr seeds. They grow |
[ good crops.
Is evident that this mother was not (hat Is a doll, whichever way you
t a i 2 SEED ANNUAL
averse to her son’s learning to swim. like, has been invented by a New
FRE E ON REQUEST
Unfortunatelly many women are op York man. The doll has the outward
D. M. Farr; & Co., Detroit, Mich. I
posed to boys acquiring this useful
art, fearing accidents while learning.
This Is unwise.
If one travels at all. It Impossible
to avoid the water. With two-thirds
of the earth's surface covered by wa
ter the chances are numerous that Ig
norance of swimming may be fatal.
Swimming Is one of the most health
ful and enjoyable of exercises, with
is o u r p rid e —o u r h o b b y —o u r e tu d y f o r y o n r« a n d
advantages of still greater importance.
Bow o u r success, a n d o u n is t h e b« a t p a in le s s w o rk
to be fo u n d a n y w h e re , n o m a t t e r how much you
The drowning of good swimmers Is
pay. Com pure o u r P rices.
i f r.
f in is h p in t o a n d
exceptional, while the loss of life of
¡U ALBERS BROS. ;'in
^ : ? v i b rid g e w o rk f o r o u t-
those who cannot swim and get Into
i ' w
o n « day i f « W ir e d .
deep water is the rule. Swimming
P a in le s s e x t r a c t io n
f r e e w h e n p late s^ o r
should be taught In all the schools,
b r id g e w o r k in o r d e r
e d . Consultation free.
and those who have not acquired the
BEST AND CHEAPEST!
' r*" ~ ~ ' ~ ~
Molar Crowns $5.00
art as children should learn It at
22k Bridge Tssth4.€0
once.—St. Louis Bost-Dlspatch.
H O S T E T T E R ’S
STOM ACH B ITTERS
ramous ivionerra or n u y a .
In the cities of Harput and Sivas
are several firms engaged in the
manufacture of rugs of the best grade
and quality. In Sivas there are 500
looms, with about 1,500 operatives,
and In 'Harput about one-third that
number of looms nud operatives.
Nearly all the output of the Sivas
looms is sold In Europe, while the
output of the Harput looms is ship
ped to America,___________
F r e e to O u r H e a d e r s
W rite M urine E y e R em ed y C o., C h ica p o , fo r
48-pape illu s tr a te d E y e B ook F r e e . W rite a ll
a b o u t Y o u r E y e T ro u b le a u d th ey will a d v ise
a s to th e P ro p e r A p p lica tio n o f th e M urine
E y e Remedies* in Y o u r S p e cia l C a se Y o u r
D ru g p ist w ill te ll you t h a t M urine R elieve*
Sore E y e s , S tre n g th e n s W eak E y e s D o e sn 't
S m a rt, So o th es E y e P a in , a n d se lls fo r 50c.
T ry I t in Your E y e s and in B a b y 's E y e s for
S caly E y e lid s an d G ra n u la tio n .
Gold r illin g t
1 .0 0
1 .0 0
5 . GO
Best Red Rubber _
7 .5 0
OH. W. A. WISE, h n su r un Miauia P .in le te E utr’ tien . 6 0
21 Tun KSTASLISHSa la PORTLAaS
All work fully g u a ra n te e d fo r fifteen year*.
W is e
D e n t a l C o . , me.
hning Building. Third and Washington PORTIAMO. OR*
OMc« H o a r*;
l i M . U U . M.
la n d a y » , • U 1
Get Well and
M others wfll find Mrs. Winslow*« Boothin«
Syrup the b e lt rem edy to use for th e ir c h iiiiie j
l u r i n g th e te eth in g period.
The eminent Chinese doctor, tre a ts with
non-poisonous, non-injurkms herbs and
cures such diseases of the Throat. H eart.
Liver. Lun s. Stom ach. Kidneys. Asthma,
Pneumonia. Consumption. Chronic Couffh,
Piles, Constipation. Dysentery. Nervous
ness. Dizziness. Neuralgria. Headache.
Lumbago. Appendicitis, Rheumatism. Ca
tarrh . Eczem a, E tc .
CONSULTATION F R E E
It is b etter to call than write, but those
who are unable to come, send 4 cen ts in
stamps and secure sym ptom blank. A fter
carefully giving symptoms these wonderful
health-giving herbs can be secured, which
will put you on the road to recovery.
Wo Chinese Medical Co.
230W Alder St. Car. Third. Portland. Or
PISO S R EM E D Y
C ough Sy ru p . T asto* Good.
la tim a. Bold b j D r u * r is »
B U B D a iE E C
Bishop Was Ready for Them.
A story is told of a certain Norman
bishop, who preached so eloquently
against the wearing of long hair before
Henry I. and his courtiers, that they
jave In on the spot and agreed to
have their locks shorn. No sooner
had they made their decision than the
wise prelate, who had provided for
Just such a contingency, pulled out a
pair of shears from his sleeve and
soon removed the curls of the whole
Benny on the Carp.
The German carp Is a creature
shaped so as to resemble a fish. It
can swim In any kind of water, and
has one eye on each side of Its head.
Us food consists of small black bass
and three cornered pieces of boiled
potato. You catch a carp by throwing
a atone In the water to attract lta
attention and then letting down a hook
baited with a nice piece of garbage.
There are people In St. Joe who will
pay ten or fifteen cents for a big, fat
carp, but as for me I would rather
have a Welsh rabbit or a pound of
angel cake.—"Benny,” in the Chicago
The teacher had been telling the
class about the rhinoceros family.
"Now, name some things,” said she,
“that are very dangerous to get near
to. and that have horna.” "Automo
biles!” replied little Jennie Jo nee,
promptly . —U olden tii *d
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
Use Doll for Muff.
semblance ,of others of Its kind, but
Inside the skirt. Is a soft body with
hand-openings on each side. This
dollle, of course. Is a winter child and
wears a long coat like her owner, the
coat having wide side pockets, so that
the little girl carrying It can slip her
hands through Into the soft muff In
side. To enhance the effect the doll
also carries a muff. But it Is not only
Do you w »nt to be your own dentist? Do you
children who may be looked for to want
to do away with big dental bitte and the
carry this doll muff. In these faddish dread o f the dental chair? Do you w ant to have
beautiful teeth? If you use Furhi
days when young women carry teddy Dental P a s t e and
it will absolutely prevent decay anti
bears, stuffed dogs and even dolls on give to the teeth th at pearly white appear ince
to the gums the firmness and colour of health
the street, there is no reason why they and
Tubes. 50c; large tube. $1.
should not carry one of these child’s |
toys as a hand-warmer and achieve , V A I | T H
0 R FA I ITY
th*double success of attracting atten
■ • 1
Preserve the bc»utv »nd youthful appearance
tlon at the same time.
of the face by the application of Fuchi Massage
Cream, which feeds the skin, thereby filling out and
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla is not a
stimulant. It does not make
you feel better one day, then
as bad as ever th e next.
T here is not a drop of alco
hol in it. Ayer’s Sarsapa
rilla is a tonic. You have the
steady, even gain that comes
from such a medicine. Ask
your doctor all about this.
Trust hkn fully and always
do as he says. He knows.
Editor Evidently Not Musician.
Cristofall, a native of Padua, pro
duced the first piano In 1710. Now
that we know the miscreant’s name
we feel easier.—Exchange.
Who makes the best liver pills? Tbo
J . C. Ayer Company, of Lowell, Mass.
Treat Fear as an Enemy.
have been making Ayer’s Pills for
Stamp out fear in the child. Teach They
over sixty years. If you have the slight
It nothing to make it fear. 8 0 will est doubt about using these pills, ask
you make the sane, normal man and your doctor. Ask him first, that’s best.
M .d . by t b . J . C. A T 1 S CO.. Low ell. M an. j
W. L. DOUGLAS
- jfc RAW FU
or Tonic ?
*2.25, *2 .5 0 , *3, *3 .5 0 ,* 4 & *5 SHOES
All Style*. All Leathers, All Sizes and Widths,
for Men, Women and Boys.
S T A N D A R D OK Q U A L I T Y
FOR OVER 30 YEARS
T H E N E X T T IM E Y O U N E E D S H O E S
give W .L . D ouglas shoes a trial. W . L.
Douglas n am e stam ped on a shoe gu ar
an tees superior quality and m ore value
for the m oney th an o th er m akes. His
n am e and price stam ped on th e bottom
protects th e w earer against high prices
and inferior shoes. Insist upon having
I th e genuine W . L. D ouglas shoes.
T a k e no substitute.
HOW TO ORDER BY MAIL. Shoes Sent Everywhere All Charges Prepaid.
IfW .L.lh’HjfUi* »Inn*» an» nut »< 4,1 m your town, »¿ml ilum-t to factory. Tnk*« tneaurenuMils
of foot a» shown in model; state style desired ; size and width usually worn ; plain
oreap toe: heavy, medium or light sole. I «/;» the t oraest nhoe m a il o rd er hn*i-
neHu in the world, lllus. Catalog Free. W.L. DOUG LA», 145 Spark St. .Brockton, Mata.
R E Q U I R E S N O M I X I N G O R P R E P A R A T I O N , ALWAYS READY FOR U S E i i
W H E N YOU B U Y ,
D E M A N D T H E B E S T.
M O N E Y B A C K I F N O T AS ClA/MiO
G E T THE W O O O IA N K 3 H A N 6 '
C LA R K E ,W O O D W A R D DRUO CO. P ortland ,ORE.
AND ALL NOSE
AND THROAT DISEASES
Curpi the siek and nets ns n p eventive for others. Liquid
ven on the tongue. Knfe for brood mures and all other
Kidney remedy; 50cent.-i amt $1 a liotllo; $•! and $10 Hie dozen.
Hold by all dru -gLt-> and horse gods houses, or sent, express
paid, by the manufacturers.
SPOMN MEDICAL CO., Chemists, Goshen, Ind.
A method for sterilizing milk with
out heating or adding preservatives Is
claimed to have been effectively dem
onstrated recently In Hollard. An ap
paratus has been constructed, It Is
explained, whereby the milk flows in
a thin stream along an electric light,
the ultra-violet beams working on the
bacteria. The result is attributed to
the quality of the ozone formed under
the influence of the light.—The Argo
New Yorkers and “the West.”
If we lived in New York we couiu
easily settle the question which Is said
to be disturbing the minds of the
western governors—as to what la the
dividing line hetween the oast and the
west. Everybody In New York knows
that It Is the Hudson river.—Wheeling
SMILE ON WASH DAY.
The laundress’ delight Is R K D ,
CROSS BALL BLUE. A neat, handy
package, nothing to break or spill,
and a blue that is all blue.
It Is gjo far superior to uny liquid
bluing that there Is no comparison.
Always produces snow white clothes.
Large package 10 cents. ASK YOIJR
Scotch Alarm Clock.
A tourist in rural Scotland took ref- j
age for the night in the cottage of an J
old lady. He asked her to wake him
up early In the morning, warning her
that he was quite deaf. Upon awak- J
enlng much later than the appointed
hour he found that the old lady, with
strict regard for the proprieties, had
slipped under the door a slip of paper
upon which was written: “Sir, it’s
half past eight.”
Best Nerve and K dney Tonic on Earth
A fter Taking.
Will make you sleep better, eat better, lie-
cause they rebuild your broken-down nervea,
A c to n the kidneys and give perm anent relief
for backache and all bladder troublea. Sold
only by the MURPHY KRUG CO., 293 Burn-
aide St., Cor. Fifth . Portland. Oregon. 2 5 c a
box, 5 boxea 1 1 .0 0 , by mail, poatage paid.
T ig h tn e s s aero«« th e c h e s t m ean » a cold on j
th e lung«. T h a t'» the d a n g e r sig n al. C u re ■
th a t cold w ith B | m lin s W izard Oil b e fo re it
ru n s into C o n a u n ^ io n o r Pn eum on ia.
Many people do not know that lem
on oil Is the basis of all fine fur
niture polishes. A small bottle of
polish usually costs 25 cents. You
can buy a quart of crude lemon oil
In bulk at a paint shop for 15 cents
For using on furniture proper, diluto
with one third turpentine, apply with
a soft rag. and you will have the fin
est polish you could buy. It Is fine to
use on hard wood, stained or painted
floors. A quart of oil will last nearly
FOR SICK COWS
Healthy cow« give more milk, make richer
butter, end require I t ,, cere. KOW KL'RB it a
cow medicine, not a food. It regulate« the
di(retire and generative orient and lone« up
the entire iralem. A potitivu cure end preven
tive lor LOST A F P IT IT i, BARKiNNESS,
ABORTION, SCOURS, MILK FEVER, and all
other ailment«! bat «ap the srrea|th of milhinl
cow«. Thousand, of prodlibl« h«rd« ow« their
health lo KOW KURE,
■e •«re to *en4 for our e*lu*bl« fre« book,
"More Mat,if From Your Cow«.**
preventing wrinklee ami destroying blackheads,
An Unexpected Find.
and givea the akin the blush and glow of youth.
P IL E S CUBED IN • TO 1» DAYS
You are always likely to find things The marvelous complexion of the high claee Ori Tour d ru ssia t will refond money if P A 7 ,0 OTWT-
D A IRY A SSO CIA TIO N C O , M F R S .
when you least expect. For Instance, due to the uee of preparations made from this re M EN T faile to cu re any case o f Itching. Blind.
Lyndoavllle, Vt, U. S. A.
Blending or Protruding Piles in 6 to M days. 60 c.
there Is the story now going the ceipt. P u t up in glaes. II
Thie ie the first time the shore-mentioned pre
rounds of the newspapers about the
have been offered for eale in Am erica
woman In Connecticut who was pre parations
A limited supply is to be had by addressing
Patriotism Is not boastfulness nor
N o E—*12,
P. N. V.
paring a leg of lanjb for dinner when
the depreciation of other nations. The
I B ranch) E l l O U L A B O R A T O R IE S
out dropped a diamond worth $300.
le e r*.
W H E N w riting te advert
patriotism that tella Is that which la
Sait« 9. M M Washington St..
tlon th is paper.
The woman had not the least expecta
Portland, Oregon felt, not proclaimed.
tion of finding a diamond In the roast.
On the other hand, If you have roaat
lamb every day for dinner for a year
and examine each roast with a micro
scope and an X-ray machine It la
17,000.000 to one that you will not Color moro goods brtghtor and faator colors thon an y othor dyo. On« 10c p ^ k a g o colors sUk, w o e 1 and co tto n ^ u a lly w «U
DRUO COM PANY, Quincy, IlUnoda.
even find a $200 diamond.
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