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Takr h r 1: ih h of Salts to flush
Kidneys if Madder bothers
SAf l i t
ü é n
E S —
Fating meat regularly eventually
produces kidney trouble In aotne form
or another, aaya a well known author
ity, becuuae the uric acid In meat ex
i-ltea the kidneya, they become over
worked; get alugglab; clog up and
raine all aorta of dlatreaa, particularly
backache and mlaery In the kidney re
gion; rheumatic twlng'-s, aevero head
achea, acid atomacb, constipation, tor
pid liver, aleepleaaneaa, bladder and
The moment your back hurta or kid
neya aren't acting right, or If bladder
bothera you, get about four ouncea of
Jad Salta from any good pharmacy;
tuke a tabli-apoonful lu a glaaa of wa
ter before breakfast for a few daya
and your kidneya will then act fine.
Thla famoua aalta la made from the
acid of grapea and lemon Juice, com
bined with llthla, and liaa been used
for generations to fluah clogged kid
iieya and stimulate them to normal
activity; also to neutralize the acids
In the urine b o It no longer Irritates,
thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salta cannot Injure anyone;
makes a delightful effervescent llthla
water drink which millions of men and
women take now and then to keep the
kidneys and urinary organa clean, thus
avoiding serious kidney disease.
W H Y BE A N
T h « I'hltllp* System o f «toppln v Nyrnjm
ih vtlr n «r v » w w tr, th » rtnan o f Chronlo
I n « um »
. U without •nwjual. It aUip* that
want« o f vital *owruv. harm oni«»* your
v lU l force* an<l trarmforma you Into a n «w
Iwinir. It la th » M ivntillc application o f
natura'* law-a*Nl*tlnir naturt» In natura'a
i»wn way. T h » many rhronlc Invalid* r»-
*U«rwl to haalth by It a lt«* t l u superior
ity. For full particular* call on or w rite
DR. R. A. Phillips,
A L IS K Y
B L D G ..
V *»l, Pork, Beef,
Foulin', Butler, F fg »
•nd Farm Prod u ce
Ui the Old Kallalila Kvvrdlni, h o iw with a
r»c*mi o f if» y»ar* o f Htioam 1 N-nlintf». an<J
U a M u m l of T O P M A R K E T PRICES.
F. M. CRONKHITE
45-47 fr o n t Mtraat
Portland. O r ,.o n
The Wishbone Superfluous.
They were dining off fowl In a res
"You see," he explained, as he
showed her the wishbone, "you take
hold here. Then wo must both make
a wish and pull, and when it breaks
the one who has the biggest part of
It will have his or her wish granted."
"Hut I don't know what to wish for,”
"Oh, you can think of something,”
"W ell, I ’ll wish for you," he ex
"W ill you really?" she asked.
"W ell, then, there’s no use fooling
with tlio old wishbone," she Interrupt
ed with a glad smile; “ you can have
me."— Wisconsin State Journal.
New Houston Hotel
S IX TH
AND EVERETT STS.
Pour lllurka from Union Station
l.’ mlar m *
manaarwix'nl. A ll fu x n . n .w ly <l<-o>raUxl
SPECIAL K A T E S BY W EEK OR MO.vril
Kafr* SOc. 75c. >1. $1.50 I’ cr Day
To U-avr. on trial only, with frU^ndn/won-
ilrrfiii tmrv l**»utifWr;
rc»N ult* unaiir-
I> ajijmx 1. rvo (i«*pu«it rr«|tjirr*l. no r*n v *
inn. w r • f furtiUh everythin»?. <*««!
PRIN< I S S 7 ( >11.K I CO.
Bo* 1242. S«*ttU.|W»*h.
F R E D
G O R IN ,
M a 'a M istake .
O n r*n l*«r *n«l I)nvp|r»i»i*r; patent* wcurrwj or F E E
REFUNDED; frr*» book «m patent*. Suit«** 701,
70J-A. 701-H *m i 701-C. O n tr a l buildinir. Scat Ur.
"These moth balls are blgger'n usu
al, but they don't seem to have much
"1 wouldn't pack the summer stuff j
in them, ma."
"W hy not?"
"That's a box of golf balls you
have."— Louisville Courier-Journal.
O r ib o n V u l c a n iz in g C o m p a n y
mnvad to 333 U> 337 fturo*i<l« St.. P ort
land. On». l.*rv**Mi Tin* Krpuir Plant
in thr Northwest. Country *<*rvlca a
■tHKiaJty. U m P are»! Puât.
"Is W illie Interested in his nature
"V ery much; wanted to know today
If eat tails belonged to the pussy-wil
low fam ily.”— Baltimore American.
S o re
Eye» indkined by expo
sure to Sun, Dust and Wind
juickly relieved by Murine
yt Remedy. N o Smarting,
just Eye Comfort. A
Your Dm ggift*» 50c per Bottle. Murise Eye
SalveinTube* 25c. F o rB so ksllh e lye lre saik
Druggiftf or Marias Eye Remedy C#., Chicago
(stern ly)— Henry
look mo In the eyes.
Bibberly— Which p’Ucler eye, m’-
dear. You seem to have more oyes'n
a potato.— Boston TranscrlpL
In Kern County, California
20 acres fenced and having old well. |
about five miles from Bakersfield, Cal
ifornia, near highway. Good alfalfa
land or [Kitntocs arid other vegetables.
Good crop is being raised on adjoining
land. Near good homes and schools.
Only five miles from Bakersfield. Low
price and easy terms to the right man
who wants some good land and good
location where he can do well. Address
M. A. Green, 822 Mission Street, San
WHEN YOU WAKE H
UP DRINK GLASS
OF HOT WATER
W a s h the poisons and toxins from
system before putting more
food Into stom ach.
W H E N IN
Inside-bathing m akea an y
one look and feel clean,
sw eet and refreshed.
E Q U IP M E N T .
Exercise of Little T h o u gh t at T h is Se a
son W ill Often Save Much Tim e
Late r on W hen Outdoor W o rk
Is Im possible.
So long ns good weather continues
In the full most fanners are so busy
with threshing, corn und potato har
vest, full seeding, hauling, etc., that
less Important work is usunlly post
poned until winter. However, the ex
ercise of a little thought und the ex
penditure o f u very few minutes ut
ibis season will often save not only
hours but duys later on. when the
weather and roads get bud und out
door work Is Impossible.
Then the odd Jobs o f overhauling
the farm equipment, repairing, paint
ing. etc., which have been put off
until a slack season, will require at
tention ; tint all too often the neces
sary materials will not be on hand,
and the work will be delayed until It
Is possible to rnukc a trip to town,
and not Infrequently It remains un
done until the busy season the follow
ing year, when necessity demands It.
A list should be made of the things
that will be wanted for this work. It
will only tuke a few minutes to Jot
them down us they nre brought to
inlnd, and then on the next trip to
town they may be bought and set
uslde so they will be ready when want
ed. Th'-1 condi ti on o f the different ma
chines which will, or should be, over
hauled, should be noted, and the parts
which will need to be replaced pur
chased. Then there are the odd Jobs
of repulring buildings, fences, gates,
etc., which will require lumber and
nails. There Is no need to make an
extra trip for them when wanted;
they inay be brought home the next
time a load Is taken to town. Like
wise the lumber and hardware for
the small Jobs o f construction which
should be done before spring.
the paints, oils, putty, and brushes
which will be r*-qulred In pulntlng the
vurloux farm wagons. Implements,
Inside woodwork. furniture, etc., and,
above all, the necessary materials for
the Improvements planned for the
house should be obtained so that they
can be completed this winter and not
have to wult another year.
Everyone knows how much more
satisfactory It Is to huve the necessary
equipment ready to perform a piece of
work when uu opportunity presents,
than to get sturted on It and then And
that It will have to be postponed until
u trip cun be made to town, which,
even If the roads are good, and the
trip enn be made c.t once, means a
loss o f time and added expense.
Is astonishing how much can be ac
complished on rainy duys or during
slack times, when the tools and ma
terials are at hand.
Unly thro« hlnrka fm m D epot« »m l Doric». Op*
Ixmitr City Hull l*»rk »m l Court llnune.
TIIF. FINEST DOI.I.AR KOOM IN AMERICA
W ith lirturhed luilh, 1 ponton,
W ith p r iv a te hath. 1 pornon.
“ W hen In Seattle Try The Frye”
Black— I want to put my money Into
White— T ry a fireproof vault.
BU Y D I R E C T
l Dp Your Own Plumbing!
By huylnir illrrct from ua at wholesale prior#
and aavr th « plumhrr'a profit». W rite ua to
day your nord». Wo w ill « iv o you our rock-
hottom "dirret-tn-you" prior«, f. o. b. rail or
boat. W « actually «avo you from 10 to 36 per
cent. A ll snoda suarantend.
Northweat headquarter» for le a d e r W ater
Syatema and Fuller A Johnaon Ensinea.
S T A R K -D A V IS CO.
212 T hird Street.
P. N. U.
Portland. O re to n
N O . 61, 1816
Wash yourself on the inside before
breakfast like you do on the outside.
This Is vastly more Important because
the skin pores do not absorb Impuri
ties into tho blood, causing illness,
while the bowel pores do.
For every ounce of food and drink
taken into the stomach, nearly an
ounce of waste material must be car
ried out of the body. If this waste
material is not eliminated day by day
It quickly ferments and generates poi
sons, gases and toxins which are ab
sorbed or sucked Into the blood
stream, through the lymph ducts which
should suck only nourishment to sus
tain the body.
A splendid health measure Is to
drink, before breakfast each day, a
glass of real hot water with a tea
spoonful of limestone phosphato In it,
which is a harmless way to wash
these poisons, gases and toxins from
tho stomach, liver,
bowels; thus cleansing, sweetening
and freshening the entire alimentary
canal before putting more food into
A quarter pound of limestone phos
phato costs but very little at the drug
store but Is sufficient to make anyone
an enthusiast on inside-bathing. Men
and women who are accustomed to
wake up with a dull, aching head or
have furred tongue, bad taste, nasty
breath, sallow complexion, others who
have bilious attacks, acid stomach or
constipation are assured of pronounc
ed improvement in both health and
Passed by th e B oard o f C ensors
1st—The manufacturer with the
rigid tests of the laboratory and
2nd—The wholesale grocer with
his high standing and desire to
handle only reliable goods.
3rd—The retail grocer who desires
to handle only those brands he
knows will please his customers.
4th—The food officials with their
rigid laws for the purity and
wholcsomcness of food products.
5th— And most important, you,
the housewife with your desire
for purity, efficiency and per
ASK Y O U R G R O C E R -
(M o r e t h a n a p o u n d a n d
a h a lf fo r a q u a rte r)
Get After Lice and Mites. ~
Mites and lice have too often had
free swing about the place. Get busy
now unless you want these pests to
put your fowls Into the right condition
to contract roup.
I n b r e e d in g
W eaken s V itality.
While inbreeding Is the surest anil
quickest menus to fix type, the sys
tem weakens vitality unless very care
W a rd O ff Diseases.
A few drops of turpentine once or
twice a mouth will award off conta
gious diseases In the poultry yard.
Best W a y to Fatten.
Fattening must be done lu the short
est time possible In order to save time,
labor and expense.
Abuse Condem ns Corn.
It is the abuse and not the use of
com thnt condemns it as u poultry
F irst Litte r From Sow.
Sows should be at least a year old
before producing the first Utter.
E PRETTY! TU
Try Grandmother’s old Favorite
Recipe of Sage Tea and
LAND FOR SALE
Swamps on the farm are like dark
spots on the human cliuracter. They
are neglected and misunderstood and
mny be redeemed to usefulness and
beauty by proper cultivation.
H E S E L L S IT
Almost everyone knows that Sage
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brings back the natural color and
lustre to the hair when faded, streak
ed or gray. Years ago the only way
to get this mixture was to make it at
home, which is mussy and trouble
some. Nowadays, by asking at any
drug store for "W yeth's Sage and Sul
phur Compound,” you will get a large
bottle of this famous old recipe, im-
proved by the addition of other in
gredients, for about 50 cents.
Don't stay gray! T ry it! No one
can possiblv tell that you darkened
your hair, as it does it so naturally
and evenly. You dampen a sponge or
soft brush with it and draw this
COLONY HOUSES FOR WINTER through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time; by morning the gray
hair d is a p p N * and after another ap
Excellent Q uarters for Breeding Geese plication or two, your hair becomes
and T u rke y s— C h icken s Require
beautifully dark, glossy and attractive.
Much Fresh Air.
W yeth’s Sage and Sulphur Com
pound is a delightful toilet requisite
Colony houses make excellent win for those who desire dark hair and a
ter quarters for breeding geese and youthful appearance. It is not intend
turkeys. Sometimes It may lie neces ed for the cure, mitigation or preven
sary to leave the front more open than tion of disease.
for chickens. These birds need a lot
of air, and the only shelter they need
is enough to protect them from cold
In Solano County, California
rains, snows and brisk winds.
Ducks can be handled successfully 160 acres known as Northwest Quarter,
in the colony houses.
Runners, kept Section 28, Township 20, Range 2 West,
for laying, can be broken up Into small in northwestern part o f Solano County.
Low price and easy terms to the right
flocks and wintered in this way with
man. Address M. A. Green. 822 Mission
better results than in large buildings. Street, San Francisco. California.
Sw am p s M a y Be Redeemed.
B aking P ow der
To stop dandruff
and loss of hair
use Resinol Soap and Resinol Ointment—
full direction, with each package. Sold
by all druggists and toilet departments.
WEEKS* fX & r A COU
COCOS AMD LA QRIPPC
l S o good yoo eaa afford to ta ro t and a ««
D^ttwt poo ca t genom e like packer* shown
y S o ld b ^ b e i t druggist* j J q
C heerful Su rro u n din gs.
Uncle Josh— Here's a letter from
nephew Harry, that's gone to Africa,
and says that within 20 rods o’ his
house there's a family of laughing hy
His "Wife— W ell, I am glad he’s got
pleasant neighbors, anyway— that's
Ju st So.
“ They say you can keep o ff mos
quitoes with those Chinese joss
“ That’s all punk."— Baltimore Amer
A WOMAN’S TORTURE
N o ingenuity of barbarism ever de
vised an agony so intense, so persistent,
so long - endnring, so nerve - harrow
ing as that which is suffered day after
day by the woman whose distinctly
feminine orfpinism is deranged or dis
There are three trying times
in ewerv woman’s life:
girlhood blossoms into womanhood;
Sociab ility .
2d — when motherhood is achieved ;
“ I ’m afraid father-in-law doesn't 3 d — the change.
care much about me,” said the young
Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription
man. “ He finds fault with most every was devised to make these three
thing I do.”
periods safe and painless by restoring
“ Nonsense,” replied his wife, “ You to vigorous health the organs involved.
don't know his ways. He is treating It Boothes, heals, nourishes. It gives
you Just like one o f the fam ily."— nature just the help it needs, it is
the only ready-prepared medicine de
vised by a regularly graduated phy
T o B rest in N ew Stines.
sician and skilled specialist in the
A lw a y s »h a k e In A lieu V Foot-x£ase, a pow der,
t eur."< h o t, » w e s t in g . « ■Iiing. s w o lle n feet. diseases of women.
. tires . urns, In g ro w in g n a il» and b u n io n ». A t
You know what you are getting with
il l d ru g g ists am i shoe »te re s , 2oc. D ont accep t
iu v s iitw tltiite . Sam ple m a iled F U L L . Address i this Prescription of Doctor Pierce's, be
cause it’s extracted from native roots
k lle u S. O lm sted, Le R oy N. Y.
| by using glycerine—no alcehol or nar
cotics. The ingredients published on
A M istake.
j wrapper and free to the world.
“ There isn't a punch to that new
For all diseases peculiar to women,
“ What's the matter with the knock Dr. Pierce’ s Favorite Prescription is a
For nearly fifty
out the critics gave it?"— Baltimore powerful restorative.
years it has banished from the lives of
tens of thousands of women the para,
worfy, misery and distress caused by
irregularities and diseases of a feminine
She— W hy do they call the places character.
Buy it nvu\ in liquid or
at baseball games the bleachers?
tablet form from your druggist or send
He— Because the hopes of the folks 50 cents or $1.00 to Doctor Pierce’s
on ’em fade when the home team Invalids’ Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y ., for tab
loses.— Baltimore American.
lets. Write for free book on woman’s
I» no more necessary
than S m a l l p o x , Army
experience h u demonstrated
thr almost miraculous «fft-
CKT, .nd harmlessness, of Antityphoid Vaccination.
Be trace luted NOW by your physic Un, yea and
font family. It la more vital than boose Insurance.
• Ask your physician, druggist, « send (or "Hava
you had Typhoid/" telling o f T y p h o id Vaccina,
results from a* , and danger from Typhoid Cartier».
T ic arms l a b o c a t m y , m t u Y , c a l
paoMuit «acciai» • Maaas « u u a. a. «os. ucraaa
I f you will pay the mailing charges,
Doctor Pierce will send you his cloth-
bound book of over 1,000 pages, newly
revised with color plates and illustra
tions. Send three dimes or Btamps to
Dr. Pierce, Invalids’ Hotel, Buffalo.
H . Y.f and enclose this notice.