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', DP TH P
W AND .
M PELVIC ,
Her Divorce Porlloa.
"Mi. Jone Just got a divorce frora
ber husband fur throwing salad la ber
face," said one.
"Did she e't alimony?" asked the
"No." replied the first "She got the
salad." New Turk I'resa.
That Scared Feel la a-.
Roothby Did jou sver suffer
(larrickion No; but many a time,
when I've looked through the peephole
ml noted the size of the audience, I hare
suffered severely from box-olEce fright.
"Georgle, what is your father's occupa
"His what, ma'am V
"His occupation. What does he do for
"Do? Fur a llvln', ma'am? Gee I He's
a plain clo'es p'leeceman wit' a pull l"
LENGTH OF BLACK SNAKES.
Rapldltr at Mutuant Make 1 aaa
One of the sliciilnViuit features of this
snake season, and of any snake season
that (x-c-ra, which Is every year, Is tint
very lonn length of the bhirksmtkes
that are seen, says the Ohio State Jour
nal. This Is not at all remarkable, for
about the only thing a Mat-kxnake ba
to show for Itself Is Its length. It has
no musical tall like the rattlesnake,
nor the puffed out beud of the hlssins
viper, nor the livid, languid manners of
the bousesniike It bas only length, and
when with amazing ieed It whips
through the dcp grans or dead leaves
It seems to be thirty or forty feet long.
Bo truly does this little Illusion ex
ist that when a person tells of a black
snake seven or eight feet long, be
prides himself on. great modesty of
statement And, by the way, we have
Doted many blacksnake stories this
summer, and we have not encountered
a snake under seven feet
There was that story of a girl out In
York State, who beard ber little dog
barking violently out In the stable. Rhe
went there to discover the cause, and
lo! that little dog was In fight with a
blacksnake seven feet long. It was a
great fight and the dog was doing he
roic work, keeping the python at bay
until the little girl bunted up a pitch
fork and with that dispatched the ser
pent, which, the account says, was sev
en feet long. Of course, It had to be
seven feet for there Is no other kind.
Is there a moral to this? -There Is,
of course, to every snake story. It la
this: Be exceedingly careful not to
make bigger than It Is the horrible In
cident In your life which you encoun
ter. See that your blacksnake II under
New Monthly Magazine.
A bright, new monthly magasine has
made ita appearance on the Pacific
coast, and looks aa it It bad come to
stay. It Is vhe Coca Bay Monthly, pub-
pliihed at Marabfleld, Oregon, the bus
iness center of one ol the most resource
ful districta of the entire Northwest
The November number consists of about
125 Daees of eood reading matter, most
lv local in nature, nicely illustrated,
and of general interest to all who wish
to know antybinir ol the Ureal worm
west. The number also contains nearly
SO cairea of local advertising. This
SDeaki volumes for the business enter
price and energy ol the citizens, a wen
aa (or the ability of P. 0. Levar, editor
and manager, and f . B. Cameron, aa
Leaves the Holes.
The Gourmet I tell you, I certainly
am fond of Swiss cheese sandwiches.
The Dyspeptic Oh, that's the cheese
with the holes in It Very indigesti
The Gourmet They are, h? Well,
never eat them. Philadelphia Ledger,
How It Struck Him.
Mrs. Suburbs (with Daner) I see
that the site of the Garden of Eden boa
at last been located.
Mr. Suburbs Yes? When will the
sale of lots take place and what's the
fare from the city hall? Puck.
nT tba Wuaroa.
M rs. DeChlhe WLy are you weeping,
Mrs. Mi-Sixih Oh, I'm so disappoint
el! Yu know John signed the ple.1
Mr. Ik-Ohise Yes?
Mrs. McSh And and this morn
ing he went on a finning excursion I
ACCEPTED THE REBUKE.
li to the
W. L. DOUGLAS
3.50 &$3.00 Shoes
BCftT IN TNI WORLD
W.LOouglat $4 Gilt Edgs
To .svx Ivalm;
W. I. lluiiifl.a'
bin IIoiih ! Ilia l
uouiiil.'i. mi unai-m
Men". Baoea. .5 to '
toSlUS. Women SHue. Of 1 I, fir!'
Ml..-? Chlldr.n'. 8no. Sa8fl to -oO- .
A Few Year Haaea.
The Or: buttle la alr.hlpa bad been
1 hear," said one officer, "that the
cenerul was In the very thick of the
"Yes," responded another officer; "be
had sixteen gasbags punctured over
him." Louisville Courier-Journal.
A teaaltlve Caalae.
Baxter That dog of yours is not a full
Howled Itoxton terrier, is he?
Itixbv Hush, old chap, don t let nlra
hear you. 11 thinks he is. Woman
Mother arlU And Mrs. Window's BootklOf
Pjrup 10. best remedy to um luilh.nchlWr.il
turltig tue teeuuug period.
Miss Newglrl So you Insist that
man and not woman was me cnier. cou-
slderutlon at the creation?
Mr. Sparks Certainly I do. Wom
an was only a siue issue. uosiou
V'tnn Tain-e ana .11 Wet-ron !'
J p. rnmueutly rtirnl nr. 'r. ivine ""
-rv H.ii.r.-r. woiit fi.r r l-.r r. rjinw eu "u
lntUw.Hr. U li-Klio. . Ul. uircoM.,inu,r.
Frequent Tatron Where are your slot
Operator 'Shi There's going to be a
raid on 'em at o'clock. Corns around
again at 4:30.
HOWAKO E. nrnTON. Aiwayw rl Cnemtnt.
i w . iu i 'nil .. Li w NtMM-iii.en Drtt-e.1 i.uiiL
rUvr, au. tl i "ia, hIW,7 j; u'lt. r.luoor
i .....i. t...i. Vkillnff iiv.Iuim'. nd
Aid nri.'-. flat -ne uu aiinliratlon. Contr-4 sua l' iu-
Oinl1 How do vou think I look wltl
mv automobile goggles?
Mi Capsicum I suppose you look
through them, Just as If they wsre ordi
nary classes. Don t you?
To Break In New Shoes.
Alwsyi ihske In Allen's Foot-Ee. s powder,
ftniir. hot. aweatliiii. a hlns. awollen teet.
Curra corni, liittruwnig nalla aud bunions. At
all ftriiifirlata mud Hhiie atorcjl "Hie. Iinn't accept
iiTMih.tiliite Sample mailed CREtt. Addreaa
Allen a. Uluatdd, la Koy, . I.
Gunner This cigar la named after a
Guyer Hut the great author Is dead.
Gunner How fortunate for the man
ufacturer of the clgurl"
Btats or Ohio, Citv or Tolsdo, I
l.ltnl t OCNTY. I
Fbamk J. i HiNir makes oath that he Is
aeoior partner ol the ttrmof K. J. t'HiNsv k
( o.,dolni buineatn the I'lty of Toledo, Coun
ty and hlate sfiire'a'.cl, and that said firm will
pay the 111111 olONK HLMiRKD ImiI.I.AKS for
a'h and every raae of L'atakkh that cannot be
eurea by tne uas ui hall s i atakkh v i ke.
FKANK J. HtNEY.
Pworn to before me and aubicrllied In my
ereaeiice, tbia in day of Le'-etnrer, A. P., lhoi
' A. W. OI.KAHON,
I .... hotary 1'ubllo
It ua open the door of Fortune for von
aud allow you how your money, tinder
your own control, will make you
aa aar li.tiiw
try .... ...i. tl. ....I ..r
ChUoran-s anoe.i .r-., -
they eieel other inahea.
If I could take you Into my large
factorlea at Brockton, Mass. .and show
you how carefully W.L. Douglaa ahoea
re made, you would then understand
whythey hold their ahape. fit better,
wear longer, and are ol greater value
than any other make. .
Wherever you live, yoa can oMsl" w. L.
W;. wh-pr,",. yo. ...in.. Mi
A rare opportunity to rot In tonph with
the IiIk dividend payer of the rrcat
Weal, with all chance of rink eliminat
ed. Principal siiaranleed by Hank t ei
tltlcaleof lie 'oh 1 1. You .elect the bank.
Write today lor particular.
llall'a Catarrh Cure I taken internally, and
acta directly on the blood and niucoua aurfaca
01 tae eyaiem. eena rr it-aiimonim., ir...
F. J. CilKNKY b CO., luledo, O.
Bold by Prnrirliita, 75o.
Uali Family 1 ill are the best.
Dellet aad roderataadlna.
"Does that man really believe all he
"Helleve lt!H echoed Senator Sor
gbum, "why he doesn't even understand
It" Washington Star.
Tho Ideal Family Laxative
i one thnt cm be us. d by tlie entire fam
ilv. V'.unir and o'd. weak nml trunir, with
oi.tiiny danKcrof liiirn t'ul eflocts. It should
have tiKinertt'S winch lnu e the Fame
doe ill wily having ,lie Clinic ellect, otoer
wi e tli-1 quatit tv will have to lie lucre Bi d
Hid liuallv lose it- ellect ult' gctlier. Tliefe
prop rtiet can he fou nt lu tlint old family
ron edv. IlrnndrctirK I'lilH. lie atl-e itK in
gredienta arc of tlie tmre-t herbnl extrnctx
iin.l everv pill is ket t for three ye!ir lel..re
Na. 46 OS
HEM wrltlnf to ad.artla.r plaaaa
WHEN wrltlnf to ad.ar
ananlloB this paper.
DR. G. GEE WO
Tht" wot d.rftil Chi
ne Doclur I rallt
irral iH-ran. he eur-s
,e.le without f equa
tion thai are Ten up
Ut dir. II cure Wl U
lhM wonrtrtiii 'hi-o.-m
hih., roo a. hurii,
bark and Vfneiata."
ihHt an1 .ntlreljf un
kn wn 10 niiO'-al B.-I-
ii. in ih a miin.iv thmuKli
harmii a n nn-ill-a. Thia lanc ui dm-nr know,
the ai'ilue o ovrr ai iliflnmit rfnnMtl-e, which
ki. ui..!". .fu ly In ilifjr it diw
gitaran e. locum-.iarih, asthma, lun. thnmt
rhruiii.tlnm. nerri'tiBueaa, utoniw h, liy.r, SIU
neva, UM h bumlrela of ltimonlala
I h'rea niodrate. I all and him. ra lenl
out or the oily writ, for bln and circular,
fewodaiauip. CO.NWfl.TA I'lOJI tMk.lt.
The C. Gee Wo Chinese Medicine Co.
r St, S. t. Car. Motrl.ee.
Mention paper Parti. no, Oreiaa
Itke t'-rle I'r'
s.uure mile th.t "J other
water lu the ur"-
tilildiTS are wet vita lu the forest
of Java !o re atroii.' that
It rviulres ulf to l'ut tlirou'U them.
Matrimonial tUkeU are suindlcd t,y
the Cuuudlau 1' Uuilwuy to -t-
tiers lu the .-orm-"i territory who
wish to make a Journey u ori,.r to Ke.
i. it.. nri'ttMiiti.... .i... .
cure a wiie. " -iuhj iue return
?ouiMn aud the uiarre (Vrtin-ate the
ettler is eutlt'eJ to ttw traiiiHirta
tiou for his bride.
Ludy Laurler. the wir 0f the Pre
mier, is the only woman. wuo has d
livered a sjieech la the Canadian iloune
of rarliauient Pue discovered at
a retvutlon at the foot of the throne,
and at once a deoiand wu maile for t
mimwcIi. She was at first h hushed, but
ascended the steps ana made what was
deserltied as "a oratloiu
Some women Interested In charities
recently visited a home flJf dlKcharaed
feiuulo iirlsouers. Aucy wt-ro shown
to a rooni where i" oiiieu were sew
Inu. "Hear me! ou of the visitor
whlsiH-red. "what vicious '(Miking crea
tures! 1'niy, " " th.y?" 'This
U the sitting room." Wanlly answered
the superintendent, "and tlie.e are my
wife and my daui'Mer."
A iHH.'lnl postage stamp was Issued
by tho Japanese eminent to conu-
memorato the return of tlie troops from
the war. Two of these stamp, of the
face value of one-half and thiee sens.
respectively, were Issued, nnd they were
jvallnble for postage for letters only
Dn the day of the recent great review
S'ot more than one of each kind was sold
:o every applicant at the general pust-
A professor of English In the I'nl
verslty of Wisconsin, according to liar
tier's Weekly, tell or some clever re
plies made by a student under exam
hint Ion In English. The candidate had
been Instructed to write out example
of the Indicative, the subjunctive, the
isiteiitlal and the exclaniatoiy mood.
Ills efforts resulted as lol'ows: "l am
endeavoring to pas an English exam
ination. If 1 answer twenty iiitstlou
I shall pass. If I answer twelve ques
tions I mny pass, uou neip me I
An old Illble. bought hy a French
army officer In a second-hand Nsikshop
at Mont de Ma wan contalaeil long lost
treasure. The ollicer, turning over the
book In his quarters, was astonished
to find In it coupons and acrlp to the
valuo of more than f:2.HH. 1 hese boro
the name of the holder, at St 1'lerro
du Mont and the address of a notary
of the same place. On communlcatm?
with the notary the ollicer learned that
the holder of the scrip, a small peas
ant owner, had died some yenrs ago,
and that the nroiierty represented by
the lost miners hud wt been disturbed.
(Jreut was the surprise when the otucer
handed over the scrip.
Five steamboats fire being built for
a Kiel shipping comply which are said
to be w holly unslnkaule. A recent trial
of ono of the boats wai can led out In
the presence of representatives of the
imperial navy and many shipping- firms.
The vessel was fully laden to represent
two hundred passengers, and It was as
sumed that. In consequence of a leak
caused by a collision, tlie entire engine
room division, Into which the wuter
wns pumped, had filled, while a hole
was made in the exterior to admit
water freely. The ship accordingly
sank, but when It was fuil of water It
had still about n f't of freelxmnl
above the surface, tnus satisfying me
A Story la W hich Juha D. HoekefeW
ler Appear, ta Aavaaiaae.
A financier formerly connected with
the Cleveland otlices of the oil com
pany of wh!-h Mr. Ko.kefeller Is the
bead tells a story of a newly engaged
clerk In the employ of the company
who was assigned to work In a room
wliere there was a small health lift.
Every morning at almut 0:30, when
this clerk was busy with bis figure.
a tall gentleman with a very mild man
ner In fact, a very dlltldent manner
would enter with a pleasant "good
niornlng." walk on tiptoe to the corner,
and exercise for a short while with the
Now, this proi'eedln: soon became
the worst kind of a bore to the clerk,
So one day, when the mild stranger
came In for his usual exercise, the clerk
unable longer to restrain bis lndlgna
tlon. said with some aierlty:
How do yon expect me to do my
work properly while you are fooling
with that darned machine? I'm get
ting sick and tired of It Why In the
world don't you put the allly thing
where It won't worry a iiersou to
The stranger svemed much taken
back. "I am very sorry thnt It annoys
you," he replied apologetically.' "1 will
have It removed at once."
Within an hour a porter took the
A short time subsequent to this little
encounter lietween the clerk and the
mlld-mannertsl man the former was
sent for by Mr. Flagler. When the
clerk entered the olllce he found Mr.
Flagler In earnest conversation with
the aforesuld dlltldent gentleman, who
pleasantly greeted the clerk and soon
left the room. When the clerk had
received his Instructions he ventured
to ask, for a light was beginning to
dawn upon hlin, who was the gentle
man that had Just left
"That was Mr. Hockefeller," waa the
Jadlrlal Aeeaaea. I
The late Justice Ialy of New Tork
fnsiuently enlivened the tedium of
leg-il proceedings had U-fore bliu hy his
One day a suit was uroticiii nernre
. . . i
him In W hich damages were t-inum-.i
reasou of an assault. rlalnf.T Imd been
kuocked dowti by the defedant and se
verely mimmeled, while prostrate. One
of the witnea-'S seemed very reluctant
to answer the questions put to lilm on
orossxamluatlon. lu which he was up
held by the court
"With all due respect to your honor,"
complained tlie attorney for the plain
tiff, "the court does not aijenr to take
ciig'ulzance of the underlying principle
In thla case."
"In my opinion," replied his honor,
good naturedly. "the underlying princi
pal In this case Is your clleulj Mr. At
torney." II a rjier'e Weekly.
lein m i . which all 'W them to niello?
We do not U-lieve i ere is a laxa Ive on the
iimri.cr. t int in so car lullv made.
IlrniK lretli's Tills are the same tine laxa
tive tonic pill your grandparents UscM.
They have Wn in use or over a century
and are sold in every drug and medxine
store, either plain or sugar-coaua.
"Who are you, sir?" asked Eve, la
"Madam," answered Adam, with his
most encasing smile, "I am Exhibit A of
the ethnological department."
It was then that the serpent having
escsped from the soologlcal department.
entered upon the scene, and the real trou
A PUBLIC DUTY.
WORK OF THE DYNAMITER.
FREE IRRIGATED LANDS
In Central Oregon, at Cost of Reclamation
TODHCHUTES IRRIGATION & POWER CO.
Under the Carer Act Jim 75,000 acre.
now under wicr.
210 MILES OF WATER LINES
1 k 100 acres OTaiUble to eh p-rehaser
aero, or oae secona
IOO mwwm ' , . .
coat of imgauoa. ra7
i ......I uTMiti at 6 par cent
in mrea "S""' ' - , . .
MENT EXPERIMENTAL STATION ..J b, ..IWI
W aw a aa a aV 1 - aUklaS.
. 4.. es Mulers oa the Uod, JU,iw ocr.. -"-s
DESCHUTES IRRIGATION AND
611 McKay Bld Portland. Oreioa
. . am a Ba . J . J
Omct for Mil Uia, as , acsniBBa,
Crook Ceiaty, Ortst
Montoelier. Ohio, Man Feels Com
pel ed to Tell Hia Experience.
Joseph WiliruB, Montpelier, O., says
"I feel it my duty to tell other, about
Doan'a Kidney fills
Exposure and driving
brought kidney tron
ble on me, and I sal
ered mnch from irreg
ular caisasea of the
8ometlmes Mere waa
retention and at other timet passsgsi
ware too lrsqnent, especially at night
There was pain and discoloration.
Doan'a Kidney Pills brought me relief
from the first, and soon infnsed new
life. I live them my endorimenet."
H-ild bv all dealers. 60 centa a box.
Foster-Milbnrn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
(;W'"""VaJl rrwm Omrk. Pmr. ailTnt
Llajll jaiKl 4JinTroM rnfl Wo
'y If' I I1M the animal la eoaoittoa, Ma.
JfTuMUnHnnKlTCo Bl. 1'aal. Htnn
MY DEAR FRIEND
Conatder the postage atamp; Ita naefulne-
llea In It ability to aura to one inin
It seta there, writs lor particular.
Not the afehlower or ma Anareniai,
but the l'rofeaalnnal
"The finished type of the dynamiter
Is the ninn who has had the ability to
rise and the luck to survive Ion enoutrh
to ernduate from the plant and become
an niteiit In his best enniouimeni me
explosives ngent is something of
chemist aomi'thlng of a qunrryman,
something of an electrician, a good deal
of a mineralogist and, above all, a man
of ronoiiree and coolness. It la he who
d'S the exploding.
"The factory gets notice from a rail
road that a eoiktraet l onn for the de
struction of a ledtfe of rock -which
blocks Its line of advance. Away goes
the agent with his gripsack full of
rimdv-made destruction to look the
thlmr over. First he draws on his
mlncraloelc lore to determine the na
ture of the rock. If It l ry nnrd ho
a hlffh grade or uls explosive.
which delivers a quick, shattering blow,
In case of aoft rock the lower grade
supplies a blast wnicn win produce a
wider effect although It will not break
tlie dislodged rock Into such small
vext aa a nuarrynmu. ae cuiiBiuer
the nature of the leilgo and the Indi
cated fissures or reins and plana his
drilling accordingly. Then he must at
tend to the drilling or me noies, ine
tnmnlnir of the charge, and here his
electrical knowledge Is called for. the
arrangement of the batteries. After a
few blasts be gives me rauroaa com
pany hla estimate and If It la accepted
be may oversee we jo
f aaa that a colored man came out
Tlctor In that great prizefight"
Ya" answered um. ouuweii. -Ana
perhape it I Just aa well. It prevents
another story rrrun
"Yes." admitted the gentle Helen,
"girls do sometimes give street car con
ductors pennlca for their fare, but they
don't do It to be disagreeable. They
pay In pennies In this way because they
haven't any place to carry them," Hel
en weut on to explain, with dignity.
'Tennles take up such a lot of room
in tholr purses and are so heavy that
they want to get rid of them, and why
shouldn't they pay them to the cou
Helen's compnnlon, not knowing any
reason why they should not, kept dis
"And why shouldn't he take them?"
niie-stloned Helen, warming, "and be
glud to take them? lie has pocketi
lots of them, like all you men and
ho has children, perhaps. Yes. 1 am
quite sure nearly every conductor is
married and has a family, and children
always like pennies. They wouldn'
object so there'a no use In the conduct
or making that excuse. l)o you anpiman
I should have minded If my father had
given me twenty-five, fifty, or even one
hundred pennies? Not much! And I
don't believe I was different from other
children. I know I wasn't
"And yet," here Helen's face became
suddenly pensive, "the conductor ai
ways thinks girls give him pennies for
spite; nnd whenever he gets a chance
he gives a woman pennies in crinngo,
JilKt to get even. They don't shmh to
understand: they never do; anil or
course they would If they didn't mean
not to. I met a conductor yesterday
that I thought would, hut when It came
to this, he was like all the rest."
Helen sighed before she went on:
He was a nice conductor. Itlg, and
clenn, and honest-looking, line a ooy.
When I got on the car he was polite to
me, nnd all that I didn't like to pay
htm In pennies, though I had a lot In
my purse; I n-nny uiumi al
most sure he una einuiren ne kxjkwi
...ii V.ln t-.n i bnAw an1
so nice ao' n-ni- i""i '.
that he would understand. Hut when
he came for my fare I didn't give hlra
"I thought I would try him," said
Helen, gloomily, "so I give h'n dime,
expecting he would ee that I might
have given him pennies, and that he
would appreciate what I bad done and
give me back a nickel. Hut be didn't :
be gave me five shockingly dirty ien
nlesl They are all alike." Youth's
.Tn, 1. A. In ma. the County Court
Judge of Limerick. Is one of the wit
tiest of Irishmen, hut occasionally from
an eiu-oimter ho emerges secoud best.
The other day a Juror asked to be
excused from serving n account of
"Were you In court during my charge
to the Jury In the last cuseV asked the
"Yes, yer hoiiner," replied the Juror.
"I id you hear it?"
"Yes, yer hoiinor, I heard every
word of It. but I couldn't make any
slave of it !"
The reply evoked a roar of mughter,
In which Judge Adams heartily Joined.
Uut ho did not excne thnt juror.
Ar American visiting Dublin told
aome startling stories about the height
of some of the New York bulldlugs.
An Irishman who was listening stood
It us long as he could, aud then queried':
"Ye haven't seen our newest hotel.
The American thought not
"Well," said the Irishman, fit a eo
tall that we had to put tae two top
stories on hinges."
"What for?" asked the American.
"So we could let 'em down till the
moon went by. said rat.
Then tell him about Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. Tell him
how it cured your hard cough.
Tell him hy you always keep
it in the house. Tell him to
ask his doctor about it. Doc
tors use a treat deal of it for
throat and lung troubles.
-t riail a terrible eold and eon and w
ttiralii-l with Hiruni"lii I inl Ar
I'kerri r-ot"riil am! " n ma qinra ami pr
(. relief. I eeiialiily a " mleilul
rUIh m..iirins."-ttaa K. Whitmab.muu
.U. H. iuk.
pria by J.O. Ayr Co . lowU, MatM.
one of Ayor'a PHI at bedtime) wui
hasten recovery. Cently laatlv.
Look but llo Not Touch.
"Has your wife got your den flxed up
"Yes, and you ougtit to see it it
the coxiest place in the whole house.
"I suppose you tlud great comfort in
It don't you?"
"Oh. she won t let me go in it it s
merely to look at" Milwaukee Senti
Portland Trade Dlrritory
Name and Addrea ia Psclland al Rears-
tentative Huaineaa f ma,
1KKAM (.KI'A H A loUH-We auaranle in .a.
rearIM lo Oe ine neni.
ii.x.i uuU in. I inh and '
el A No tilin Ji Manr Sn ni.irom.nta ra
v. rl to u ai'i-u.nu i B ii. or remove ofliuyer
Writ lor aecr (illoii ol p anon iiw .....;.
terui etc. rti louay. loioeri . o., l-.iruao,
FREE LOT AT 0CEANSIDE
(North Ilea, h) ami lteanttful Oak Hook
( aim to every mrclier ol tlie CieeiBl Kill-
tlon il Hie library ol ;n nr a or
IMrrelure " yo on,.-., .un . 7 '
lonie; Kon aeuvrry e-i -....r- r
('' all'l UOOka ut-nvrirw '
anting j. D. MlllAR m 10.,
Columbia bids, Portland, Ore.
When they are weak, torpid, or stagnant
the whole system suffers. Don't neglect
them at this time, but beed the warning ot
the aching laxk, the bloated face, the sallow
complexion, the urinary disorder, and begin
treatment at once with
which contains the best and satest curstlvs
Tn nanal lionld form or In chocolated
tablets known as Sareataba. 100 doses $1
There) J no satisfaction keener
than berncr dry ana corrvroriaour
wken out in the? hardest storm.
OUAKE SIM Of TK15
H Y00 YEAU
1 - B
HACK OS YtOOW
J7 ctiiwJ ivmrwHiflt,
A TOWfl 0..fcOSTOH.MASJ.O S A.
TOWtR CANADIAN CO.liiitet.T0tQNTO CAM.
Hotel and restaursnt prices are
steadily rising In German cities, be
,.,.. of the rapid rise of prices of
and veceUbles. uooka ana wait
ers also demand much more than for
being started to
S28 Lumber tschenge, Portland, Orf on the effect that a colored man has been
terrorized and coerces -"..mm
OUT OF THE RUT
am dnalaner of hook, masailns and
ratalogu rorer. bnnlnen ranla, letter
heait. bill hea.li and .lrertl.ln enU; ran
make lb print n( your store look entirely dil-
lorent of remorins po-, nuw
145' Marriaaa St. POflTlANO. OUfCON
Kits h "
"Do you ever offer brlbee to leglslat
v. - -- . . ,,
"Not at all, not ai a. , i oeueve iu
riayln' a fair pn ut
an' then they'a alwT feeiin' an
round." Toleflo Bind
"Do you mind If I 'oa e" dl'
"Please don't ask me anything direct
Ton know I am a director. -BalUmore
How to Tell Tare Milk.
When milk Is skimmed or watered It
la of a thin bluish color. To cover this
defect coloring la resorted to. If you
are auspicious of jour milk supply, let
a eauiple of It atnnd In a clear glasa,
anr twelve hours. Then carefully ob
serve the watery and the creamy layer.
r t lower luyer la yellow artinciai
coloring matter has bten employed.
Proem low or deficient in nuiier tat
.lan he detected. A little vinegar
"" . . . in
ti the heaieu crvnra or mm
flucea In the curd a distinct orange col-
. - I M At- h.l IwiAn liap.1 tO
or li an w --
-i tha rrem apparent ricnneaa.
caramel or annatto has been used the
enrd will have a brownish color. The
curd of the pure cream suouiu oe
Xo detect tne unc ui a 4.ir-i.au.w
lun the mux in a woiiu
' . . . ... i. i.
fortT-elEht DOUrs. ir ia aninpra w
trtill sweet at me run ei iu uu
..Monre of a preserrsHve is strongly
Inetif Safe Caara.
friKhThat fellow Huskle called
me a liar I
. i ... ttt
Newitt Well, If I were yoa I'd make
it . nolnt always to tell the truth when
be'a aroumt inuiouw
The alaarl Teat.
.ivoiild a bachelor make the
bo.t public candldater
-r because he la so alngl
minded la all bJa prmclples."-IWvlU
Every time we walk up the street wt
. - man who arouse our curt
celt aa to bow be makes a Uvlng.
What would yoa do
Banking by M
On savings deceits of a dullar
' or more, compounded twice
every year. It is juct as easy
to open a Savings Account with
us by Ma 1 as if you lived next
doon r-end for our free book
let, 'Tank n by Mail." and
learn lull particulars. Addreaa
Oregon Trust &
Sixth and Washington Sts.
All At once snd unexpectedly Greek
There wsan't any tu of war.
Hut two linnana carls were upset and
scsttered their contents In the mud, tf
the accompaniment of much loud and
?arlegated Hellenic profanity.
"I wish I was half as beautiful aa
Miss Urown," remarked the fair EdltU
to Mr. Green.
"Well, you are, you know," replied
Then be wondered why ahe auddeuly
rose and left him.
m . - ii -i i -i
AV-rvlAute PrcDaralionfor As-
ting iheSlumaciB andDovvels or
rTTWtt y .TTT ATI I M : I J
Opium. Morphine norMuicxaL
Xpofccl Remedy forConstlp
Tlon, Sour Slotrvvh.niarrhoca
Worms .Convulsions .Fevemh
ness ftnd Loss otSleep.
Tac Simile St'Snnlurs of
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
; Bears the