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A Talented Writcri
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; m Catarrh
rrr IM Remedy
MRS. f. M. TINNCY
IMia. K. M. Tint ey, etory writa-r,
K. Ni'eva 81., Han Autouio, Tel.,
"iirnu 1 90 1 I auff. rJ from
nasal catarrh, which vaiioua othel
reniedirs fulled to relieve.
"Six bottle of Peruua, which I
: took, entirely cuiei me, the i-itarrb
; di-ap "wring ami never returning.
"I theiefoie i heerfully recommend
: Perutia to all rlmilmly affl e'e I."
Mr. Kllen Nagle, 4M 4th atieet,
Gren l'ay, Wi., writes:
"I have often hen rl IVnina praied
anil it ia more widely known here than
any other ined.cioe, but I nevei knew
what a fp'endid medicine it really was
until a few week ago when I caught a
bad cold which settled all over me.
'The doctor wanted t; prescribe, but
I told biin I wa going to try Peruna
and aent for a bottle and tiied it.
"I felt much better the neit mora
ine anil within five day I had not a
trace of any lumen or any eoutrh.
"I consider it the finest cough remedy.
Pinna rblet: home people pre
fer to take tablet, rather than to take
medicine in a fluid form. Sued people
can obtain Peruna tablets, which tepre
aent the solid medicinal iugredieut of
! the MlaaaderafaadlaaT Started.
On account of a blockade tb invited
gui'st wa half an hour latt In rraihing
the north side mansion.
"What a handicap to Chicago t his
bridge nuisiince In!" he Raid.
"You don't have to play It unlets you
want to, Mr. Jyiuea," answered the iodig
Tupelo, a Southern wood, 1 now being
eitrnNively utilized in the place of pine
and cypres. It liaa been heretofore re
garded aa of little value, but tinder the
preninire of Incrpaiing demand it is found
available or a great many purpnaea, but
where it comes In contact with lbs ground
It If short-lived, ,
The trains Ma Etplalaed.
"Hlowhnrd euy his vacation
"Well, Illowhnrd wa elng double
a good part of the time." Kansas
Contagion QucMlon of Prevention.
Rinks, drain", rating und cooking uten
sils, sick room linen and clothing fre
quently carry the dreaded disease germ
uniio iced liv the h maehold.
Til' ruli and hygienic cleansing Is the
beat safe uur I airainxt infection, and such
a safeguard is found lit I he univcraul house
hold neresaily Horn.
This simple preventive carries In Itself,
disinfe- tina;iiinlitics ln h enter the fabric
or net upon ths arti le to tie cleansed In a
hviiienie tnann r, tll-i inating every un-
v jiolesonie properi y. renlerl sr t contagion
1 roof, while si the -sine time Moral is of
taelf as harmless as salt.
I'll ike iicst disinfectants who depend
upon their strength ot'o.lor or hnrmf I to-tlie-aysteni
rjualilies to arrest or prevent
Toiitgi it, ltorai is Nature's remedy, lietiHe
easy to I.Iain and ea-y to applv, a s niple
Solution in hot water lieinit all the appli
cation necessary and requi ing no pre-erip-tion,
it can he oliMim-il .rum any gr,x-cror
driiKci-t in convenieu , rc, nomic I house
hold p' k cea.
Ins dition to its disenfiitin qualities
Xorax is e-perially a liouselmltl neressity,
as it ca i tie usel rii-Hortt ning waterf c t-nns-ng
ami wliileiong clotlie , clearing t lie
skin, whitening hands, makes an exr.-llent
flaif ' i n tl ft mover slid can h Used on the
finest laces or most ih ll' iite falirn a witiiniit
tnjii' y, while as nn adjunct to the hath it
remotes all oilor of perspiration and leaves
tii skill soil nnd vi Kely.
"Wbst a cunuus old crank Sijiilrs
niotnl is! lie has named bis yotiorext
son tinod Food. Thiuk of it (iood Food
"Yes j he says he wants the boy to be
an object lesson showing the tr.s.naeend
ut hesutles of Fnglish orlhngraphy.
Catarrh h not merely An inflammation cf Uie tissues of head anrl
Ihr-int, as the e j-mptotus c f rininff noises in thecars, mucous droppinf; back
into the throat, continual hawking ami spittinj, etc., couU sect:l to Indi
cate; it Is alloo.1 disease in which the entira circulation an.l the greater
fart of the? system nre involve!. Catarrh is due to t'ae presence of an excess
'f uric acil in the Hood. The Liver, Kidneys an.l Bowels frec-uently be.
come torpil and dull in their action and instead of carrying oil the refuse
nd waste cf t'.ie laxlr, leave it tj sour and form uric acid in the system.
This is taken tip 1 y the 1 lood and throurrli its circulation distributed to all
Iiarts of the system. These impurities in the Hood irritate and inJame
the different membranes and tissues of the body, and the contracting
df a cold will start the secretions and other disjjustiuj nad disagreeable
symptoms of Catarrh. As the blood goes to all parts cf th bodytlie ca
tarrhal jwison alTects all parts cf the system. The head has a ti -bt, full
feeling, nose continually stopped ti-, pains above the eyc3, slight fever
comes and goes, the stomach is upset and the entire aysteia disordered and
I hat Catarrh fir atiotit fifteen
jreers, ami c
I eoulit Iiear
ami no nan couM hsvn
cf. but n s-ooJ
a irinu stpit! oiiiir
uite.t. 1 then fecsn 8. 8. b., an t coos
?;orthTf7.tllbo,tr.nITf';e-r rufMSnon than temporarily relieve
t iVlna-ltaahort wUila wa A-v red. the aiscomfort of the trouble. To cure
"This wssst years as-o, o t I am Catarrh nerm.ment'.v t'-e 11..1 sneicr K
ta well tnliiTM an
i m s n . 1 think
. atsrrn is a i;oo
.1 disaaaa, an.l thoroughly purified and r-.-fvrt in c'
now thera is nothtnar on earth
etter for Ih blood than 8. B. 8.
oboilT tbluaa sucra or M. H. 8.
very symptom disappears, the constitution is built tip and vigorous health
restored. S. S. S. also tones tip the stomach and digestion and acts as a
fine tonic to the entire system. If you are sufferlnj with Catarrh begin the
use of S. S. S. and write US a statement of your case and our physicians will
end yon literature about Catarrh, and give yon special medical advica
ritiwut charge, 3, S. S. Is for sale at all first class dmr stores.
! jiuti Ix-fore tbe cb.Idren. we always
' -nd ttifin out when a quarral seems
Mi Sharp Aw. I'te often wondered
why they're no niu h lu the street 1
II rive an Interview and what h d
Wii immtrd ID a caonrr moat capri
When be refined ot talk it merely led
Ta atat;mr.;i tbst bis irlenre sej
Half a century ago the crossing of tho
tlautic wa an ord-ei to appall the stout-
To-day tabie Id irmi and inrai.ua
oot fear it. There ia a good deal in
fashion, and If It Is the fashion to ourrj
It i alo the fashion to hurry splendid
Mr. A. When my husband starts
oo hla vacation he always tell me be
la coming back ahortly.
Mrs. Z. And does be come beck
Mr. A. No, be fenerally come
A Terrible Tasacat.
: J want to U loV.d for ay
claimed the romantic heiress.
"My dear lady," rejoined Huron Fu
cash apprehensively, "la there any poe
alhlllfy of thl being a case of mUtaken
Identity?" Washington Star.
Tea tall v.
Nan Jack leeto to be eontderably
devoted to me, don't you think T
Fan Yea; he eem to be conaidering
j whether to be devoted to rou or not,
The Nalaral Re.alt.
"I aaw Itllnka tbls morulug and be
look all gone to plecea."
"Whut'a the matter with hlrar
"He'a broke." llaltlmore American.
A boat It.
"Pop, what I an Immunity batbT"
"A plunge, niy eon. to tell on the
itber fellow first." Baltimore Ameri
can. OhJeeMoa (a That.
"Go and tnke your hath, dear," u
il mother, "like a little man."
"That'a the way I want to do!" hoi
d Johnny. "Mttle men never take
iath 'ceptin they feel like It.'"
It weakens the delicate lung tissue,
derange the digestive organs, and'
break down the general health.
It often cauxes headache and dizzi
ness, impairs the tante, smell and
hearing, and affect the voice.
Being a constitutional dixease it re
quires a constitutional remedy.
Radically and permanently cures.
In usual llnuld frm nr In ehoeolsted tablets
kuowu a Sarsatab. luudosasti.
Atiav Setoa Thamaaoa-Kraest.
Th old mother bear, having robbed a
be tre, had bronjht a portion of the
spoil home to bar rubs.
One of them attacked the honey greed
ily. "The little darling!" exclaimed the "hap
py old mother bear. "He has cut bis
weet tooth !"
$100 Reward, $100.
The restters of this t In,, wilt ha nl....
lesrn c therais st lea-t one itresiletl UisesM
iht aetene has been slile to cur 10 all I s
ikh.. ami that la Caiarrh. lull's sirrh
Cine la the on iv positive euro now known to the
medical frsinrultjr. Catarrh be n a enoatltu
tlonal dlsrasn. re,)iilres a rnnalltaliiioal treat
nient Han's ( siarrh t'tiralaisken tiiiernslly,
sctms directly upon the blow! anil inueoiissur-lai-e.otthesislein.tliereb!
dost-nviug the fo in
elation ol the cll-ca-e, and kivIii's t a pal nt
atrenfth by lonlilimc "p tho cnnstitir inn and
saaisun nature In ilolns lis work. The pro
rrletors have so much faith tn Us. nrst I ve pow
ers hat they effer Una Hundred Dollars (or any
esse that It tails to cure, tteud tor 1UI ol
Address V 1. CJIKVEY A CO., Toledo, O.
Bold hy Sll druiciilsla. 7V.
Tk Hall's Ksiul.y rills for constipation,
llarlag Tbat Trip.
Mississippi Valley Man (with enthu
Isml Well, Mr. President, what do you
think of our grand old river now?
The President (wiping hia glasaes and
looking at it aza.m It's bully. But
don't you think the water might be Im
proved a little by boiling It? Chicago
Jast Aar Maa,
Miss Oaddie She says she wl'l never
marry until her Ideal comes to ber and
says: "I love you."
Miss Knox Yes, I know.
Miss tlaildie Hut what la her Ideal?
Mis Knox A man, of course. Phil
attcctea tr tais disease. It is a waste of
to try to cure Catarrh
Uxi.ii . r i. .
"'"", v UL.i ircainicni
not reach the l lood, nn 1 can, then fore,
cf all poisons, and ct t'ie Vimis time
Strengthened and built nr. Kothinjr cctuala
S. S. S. for this purpose. It att.tclts the
disease at its head, Roes down to the very
bottom of the trouble and Makes a complete
and lasting cur. S. S. S. removes every
particle of the catarrhal poison from the
llood. making this vital stream pure, fresh
and healthy. Then the inflamed mem
branes begin to heal, the bead is loosened
and cleared, thehawkinandsoittinrcease.
SPCCMO CO- ATLAMTA
ttitwlliaual rlia aa ba Jaa
"Vou are at home for luncheon.
Sfiortly theretiftcr you enter your car
nnd ill l' luluutee you ene to be "
ordinary cltieti." aays Sauto-lmmont.
In a I'arUiaii pajHT. "Vou are a
imii no emlorer. a traveler, an ad-
ventjrer of Icm a they who ul
for the north ole to freeze among the
1,-elierg of (irciilaud. or who set out
pr.-..are.i io u.rlt in te hot s-'n on til
coral strand of ludla. Vou kuow but
vaguely where you are. Vou cannot
know exactly where you are going, but
to a great extent your count deeuU
uiK.n your wUh. as well as uin your
skill and exierlenee. Vou have the
choice of altitude. You may accept
one curretit of air, or you may rlae
higher and take another.
Vou may pierce the clouds and rise
to atmosphere when you will breutbe
such oxygen as Is sold on earth In
tuN-s. You will lose the vision of
enrth, vanishing as In a vortex be
neath you; or you may descend, fol
low the earth's surface, and. by aid of
vour nildlnir nle and handful of
sand, pa with giant bound over the
bouses and the trees. The lime comes
to halt, and the traveler enjoys the
pleasure of the explorer wuo goes
among strange men. He descends like
. mui from hi dwelling among the
clouds. Man has never known any
thine resembling free vertical exist
.nm iiel.l to the surface of the
ground, be never makes a downward
movement unless be come down,
when, after a brief escapade upward,
returns to the solid earth. Even If
nnr bodies rise above the earth, our
mind never leave the flat surface.
For that renson, while the aeronaut
who ascends In a spherical balloon has
no sensation of motion. It seems to him
that the earth below bis car Is going
"Man has bad no experience as far
as concerns combination of vertical
and horizontal movements, Like all
bis knowledge of movement, bis feel
ing have been emphasized In two di
mensions only; and the extraordinary
novelty of nerlul navigation Is not
that It give us the experience or a
fourth dimension (we have not yet ar
rived at that), but that It give us the
exerlence of a supplementary dimen
sion the third. I may say that the
experience amounts to the miraculous.
I cannot And word to exprew the as
tonishment, the Joy, the Intoxication
gained from the free diagonal motion
of the bow of nn airship combined
with the broad horizontal change of
course when the mucinne answer to
he turn of the helm."
HE HAD TO GO. jjj
A rosy-eheeketl otllee boy who I em
ployed by a great business houso one
day walked Quietly, bexltutliiKly, Into
the manager's otllee. His face was
drawn and buggard, wiys a writer la
the Cblcugo News, and tt was evident
that the errand which hail brought him
there was of no ordinary liuportauce.
"hay?"' he Interrupted, and the man
ager I.Miked up at hiui severely.
"Say whatV" growled the ollli-e man,
turning back to his work.
"Say? Kin I git off this uftemoon?"
fiueried the boy, bis bend dowu, hia
bands twltchlitir iiervously.
tietoff'. What for? 'Mother grand
mother dead?" gruutvd the busy uiuu.
look I hi,' up tigani.
"No, 'tain t that," adniitted the olllce
"I It your father, mother, sister,
brother, uunt, uncle or 'steeuth cou
sin?" ventured the manager.
"Xaw, "tain't none of 'eni. It's It's
more luiiMirtant than a fuu'rul," stum
uiered the young hopeful.
"Well,' what will you do if I let you
off?" the inuniiiier relented.
"I'll never ak again." brightened
the boy. "An" un' I'll work uny: Sat
urday afternoon to uiiike up for It, an'
an' I'll work any night I don't
care If you dock me an' an' I'll work
twice as hard If you'll Just let me v!T
"Well," gne,l the olllce man, "It
must lie pretty Important! What oo
earth do you want to get off for?"
"1m (Jlauts Is goiu' ter play de KM
ys dis afternoon, an' I'm on tie tiinnts'
team, an' we've all gutter he dere dis
afternoon, an' dcy can't do iiofin' wit'
out tne," answered the young man, jiu
IMirtiintly. Oh," grinned the m.-inager, "hawliall
game, eh? Yes. you can get off?"
The- boy grinned, UHil rushed out of
the olli.v, his face covered with smiles.
The overworked malinger ' turned
niu a 10 nis ngures resolutely, then
lKikisl up wistrtilly and remarked to
himself. "I wish I could get off to see
a uiiseoiiii g.iine tins attenioon myself.
H bra ttaa Sea Smukea.
Explor.-rs tell of the pivuHnrlty of
(hp Arctic regions. When it Is 'very
colli n steam a If from l( (,,j;njl Set
tle srines from the ter. At 40 de
grees Ih'Ihw zero siio and human
iMidles emit this v.ijs.r. It appears that
the colder the tciiiperitnre the more
initiierous are the de.vptive s.gns of
heat. When the teinpi rature Is" loner
than 40 degree the tr.n-s burst o;,.,i
with a loud re.rt. and there Is a . I.'.ii 1
of vapor If the thing bad 1-en done
with jsnvder. When It Is Hlill oo,l,.r
the earth cr.n-ks ojien with loud noNes
r.-'ks break ami streams f , k!n(J
.......I j...iir i nun t lu? ir.i.ks n
esTtll. t ire on the end of
a cigar will
go out. but the ,-lgar ;
irom the whole surfaiv
II if It Her
burning under the
Mrs. Hla,-k heerly)N)
m : he's
our o trouhle (lei
In Jail. Puck.
There are some peopi, wbo ,h, .
bout . gH, dprt , 0 tMnk
credit to thenive. for h,v,ng
Nothing like old .K. to ktkxk
conceit out of a ata,
Thus cried the hair. And
kind neighbor came to the res
cue with a bottl- 0f Aver't
Hair Vigor. The hair was
saved! In gratitude, H Erew
long and heavy, ln(j ith all
the deep, rich color of early
life. Sold in til parti of the
world for SiXtV Veoes.
aiaa susuu.m si
Hostess You sm,d rairrassd at
Ouest I tbenight t0u knew, Mra.
Longshore. Has mymj anttpsaulti
Oalla Is. foalrsry.
"Wasty nieuicins, ia kj what are yo
taking it for? To blp vour cough 7"
"To help it? Crsi I'.tsr. oo! Tl
Jealaas af tka Aaaale.
"She la half frantic alnca her
"les; ana ia sure he went to bav?D
and ahe haa Just read that the majority
of angela ara women." Houston, Tx,
Tho Faes sf Miss.
"It won't b rood for rou if you co
my face," remarked tb. man with tba
aample case, aa bt took bit aeat In thi
barber a chair.
"Mby, what will y0tt a9r asked thi
'.Notning," rejoined the other : "but
you II have to get t aw rator."
Jast Aar Maa.
Miss Gaddie She saya ibe will nvt
marry until ber idi-ii comes to ber aui
aays: "I love you.
MlM Knox Yei. I know.
Miss fladdle But what Is ber Ideal!
Miss Knox A nun, of course. Phil
"I have alwsyi thought I knew what
grinding poverty ia," aaid Ardup; "but
never did until th i mornior."
"What happened tij morning T" asked
"I caught my wilt pitting burnt bread
crusts la the coffee alU."
HOME MADE MIXTURE
tAID TO BC INfXPEWi AND tASILY
PRE PAR tD BWNYONf. .
la Said ta Promptly Rrw-vt Backache and
Overcome Kidne Trtuble and Blad
der Weakness Though Harmless
and Pleasant to Take.
What will appear iry interesting fa
aianjr people here ia the artk-le taken
from a New York daily paper, giving a
simple prescription, u formulated by a
notea au hority, wbo claims that be
has found a positive remedy to cure
almost any case of backache or kidney
or bltulder derangement, in the follow
ing simple prescription, if taken before
the atage of Bright'idiHeaxe:
Fluid Extract Pindelion, one-balf
ounce; Compound Kaigon. one ounoe;
Compound Hyrup 8rpaparilla, three
ounces. 8huke well In a bottle and
take In teaapoonful doses after tah
meal and attain at bedtime.
A well known authority, when asked
regarding this prescription, stated tbat
the ingredients are all harmless, and
can be obtained at a small cost from
any good prescription pharmacy, or the
mixtuie would be pot up if atked to do
n. He further stitrd that while this
prescription is often pres-rihed in rheu
matic atllictions with splendid tesulta.
.he could see no rrsson why it would
hot be a splendid remedy for kidney
and urinary troubles and backache, as
it has a peculiar action upon the kid
ney etructure, cleaning these moat Im
portant organs ami helping them lo sift
and filter from the blood trie font acids
and waste matter which cause sickness
and suffering. Those who suffer can
make no mistake in giving it a trial.
Tka Old Mss's Ksasrleaea.
"lie's the boy after vour own heart.
"Not much!" replied the old man.
"He's the boy after my pocketbook !"
Customer Whre is TOur hose depart
ment? New Floor
on es tluo to dmstipntion;
Acts naturally, acts truly as
13est f )rMrnVnmrn pni CMil-
'"get xUl enrflrialEffrcK
has the Jull name of the torn-party-
a jRg hrnvr Co. A
" sue wily, rtp, jO'rar Wtlla.
I About otis rasr ara t w ,. all of sr
kair loUowiss au .,u,k , TXjL. I a
I did ao. a.d as s ra.ui, "' ' kMullful
rASTOEIA is a harmless Eubstitnto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drop3 and
Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor
other Narcotic substance. It3 age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays
reverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles,
cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Fcod, regulates tho Stomach
and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The children's Panacea Tho
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has heen In use for over
30 years, ha3 borne the signature of Chas. H. Eetcher, and has been made under
his personal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good " are but Experiments that trifle with
and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
AVffaiblc Prff artiw(bf As-
slflvftatinj Uir rood and Ret ata
ting the S toaacto aM Bowels of
fies nd rtest-COBUlns ndttw
Opium.Morphine nor Mtatrai
Aneifecf Remedy forConsOpa-
fion. Sour Stouiach.DiaTrhoea.
Worms Convulsions Javensn
ness and Loss or StzZR
fat Simile Signature of
No Neeeasltr (or Haate.
Mra. Hokey (looking-at postmark)
My husband msiled tbls twe daya ago.
and It bss a special delivery stamp oo It.
Worn dors it happen tbat It wasn t deliv
Mesaengci- We have to be mighty keer
ful with them epedal delivery letters,
ma'am. They're gener'ly important and
It won't do to hurry m.
Didn't Qolto Mass It.
"Avfry," aaid Mrs. Uayman, "I want
,o seod an Important message to Aunt
Kate. Do you auppose I can aend It aoon
uongh by fast mail?"
"Certainly," answered Mr. Gayman, ah
lent mindedly reaching for hia bat. "I'll
take it." Chicago Tribune.
l a ta Data.
"Well, well," remarked old Mr. Pas
tnngnu, "the young women of to-duy
re not what they were In my time."
"No?" replied Miss Huakle.
"No, Indeed. Why, all you young
ivotnen nowadaye are muscular ath
letes." "That's so. In the proud lexicon of
feminine youth there is no such word
is 'frail.'" Philadf Iphla Tresa.
The great flouring mill had stopped.
What's the matter?" inquired the re
porter, finding the proprietor alone in the
"Are you absolutely Idle?"
"No not absolutely!" answered the
miller, grinding hia teeth. Chicago Trib
une. INSURE YOUR HEALTH
, . and COMFORT
? on stormy days
1 by wearing a
Clean - Light
'- 1300 EvsrywUrs
ts frtm wis
tics purchased. LOANS made.
H. C. NOBLE
Commercial Blotk PORTLAND, OREGON
ENGRAVING Write Us
P. ft U.
HM wrltlaa ta ai
saaailaa this saa.
(JLACT COSY Of WRAPP1II.
1 in ' -i
What is Castoria.
Letters from Prominent Physician
addressed to Chas. II. Fletcher.
Dr. F. Gerald Blattner. of Buffalo, N. Y, says: "Tour Castoria la good
for children and I frequently preacrltx it, always obtaining Uie deairaJ
Dr. Gustare A. EIsengTaeber, of Bt Taul, Minn., says: "I bar used
your Castoria repeatedly In my practice with rood results, and can reconv
mend It as an excellent, mild and harmless remedy for children."
Dr. H. J. Dennis, of Bt Louis, Mo., says: "I hare used and prescribed
your Caatorla In my sanitarium and outside practice for a number of years
and And It to b. an excellent remedy for children."
Dr. S. A. Buchanan, of Philadelphia, Pa, says: "I have used your Caa
torla In tho case of my own baby and find It pleasant to take, and bar
obtained excellent reaults from Its use."
Dr. J. E. Simpson, of Chicago, 111, says: "I bare used yonr Castoria la
cases of colio la children and have found It tb best medicine of 1U kind
on the market"
Dr. R. B. Esklldsoa, of Omaha, Neb., says: "I And your Castoria to be a
ataadard family remedy. It is the best thing for Infants and children I
have ever known and I recommend It"
Dr. L. TL Robinson, of Kansas City, Mo, says: Tour Caatorla certainly
has merit Is not Its age. Its continued use by mothers through all these
years, and tba many attempts to Imitate It sufficient recommendation!
What can a physician add? Leave It to the mothers."
Dr. Edwin F. Pardee, of New York City, says: Tor several years I bava
recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so, aa It baa
Invariably produced beneficial results."
Dr. N. B. Sixer, of Brooklyn, N. Y, says: 1 object to what are called
patent medicines, where maker alone knows what ingredients are put la
them, but I know, the formula of your Castoria and advise Its use."
CZf.UINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
He Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
VMS ssavawe aaaeaav. TV awaaav svassv, aaw vaas err.
Convalescent Doctor, do you mean to
tell Die that's my appendix?
SorgeoB Yea, sir.
Convalescent Ureat Rrottl It looks
more like a comic supplement!
Mothers wtTI And Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing
Syrup th b. at romedv t use tut ihslr otiUOraa
luilug lbs les tiling- period.
"Here are some bulletins nbout the
real atate of affairs In Itussla," said
the first man, outalde the uewspaier
"I want to know nothing at all about
It," replied the other, disgustedly.
"Well, you want to read these bulle
tins, then. They are ollk-lul." rhlla
'OUCH, OH MY BACK"
NEURALGIA. STITCHES, LAMENESS. CRAMP
TWINGES. TWITCHES FROM WET OR DAMP
ALL BRUISES. SPRAINS. A WRENCH OR TWIST
THIS SOVEREIGN REMEDY TH EY CAN'T RESIST
ST JACOBS on.
One piece is a portion
and a luscious dessert Preferred Stock Pearlies,
from the Highlands of California. These
mountain peaches are universally conceded to
be the finest peachei in the world.
Preferred Stock Canned Goods
Fasts Wkanras iks Bast ara Srvwa
In order to secure extra superior quality and
flavor for Preferred Stock Yellow Deasrrt Peaches
they are selected, when ust ripe, juicy and spicy,
plucked in the morning, then hand-peeled and
canned right in thi a mountainous, peach-growing country.
Purity mn4 quality ptrtmtiJ PreferrtJ
AU.BR LEWIS, -Wholesale Oraoers, P0RTLAITD, 0RBO0S, V. 1. A.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3.00 8c $3.50 SHOES T;f"Jo!Tui
r.i7CHO 'O" cvrY memsch or
thi fiVM't-Y, AT ALL TJ-'
1 ffj ft fin i f ? who omn provmW.L,
Jm ! 0Oif9. domm ttoi ma
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numreff U ihmn mn y mmnvfmotmr
THE RF, SON W. I., tou(l nhrw sr worn hr mor tofto
hi ll walk of I if Ibfti iny otrwr m.ttit lfsiiM ciMtitr
)Tsiint ttxl. Mv-httuig, ni autwrior vmnng quavltti,
1 b leiio of tklinrr n1 o'hr m-.fsrtml for pr
of teM arm awry fi-nl of I bo makinc. alooftorl otor by
th moat 6oan(swioorcaniranon of tjponntandaatsi.f orvnaa anl
attitUtiinoiBMrni, no rmcmw tho hictkoat wofoa patrl 1 a tbo
Uirmi oduatry. and whuo wortimanahtp cannot t airwliod.
If I ao'ssJ taka you nto mylarnrafltona at Hrorklan Mans.,
fttv. flhow you how iarfull v W. L. ouala! -bovta ara maH vou
ouliithn un'lraian1 why tba v hoi 4 tbir ahapo, At bettor,
wg- rsnsrv r sini mr if jr-i'-r TirTria,i nvaiMraiii,
CAUTION In. r"u. h.. WrT.. Uo.s aua and pncaTTami".? boiulm VT!l
J" tli.ta. A.s vOU,o..,f W. L. l7.,.,lM shnes. PH h. .'"4.", , ;Tu
airast totastoes. Bhosassatsvarrwharsbr eaail. Catalog (rsa. W. L. Lksatglaa, Brsckiaa Masa.
Wlndlg See here, Hiimmerton, what
did you tell Muiissby I was a llur for
Hannnerton Muggsby must bava
iiilsuniU-ratood me. I didn't say you
were a llnr.
Wlndlg Then what did you say?
Iluuiuierton I merely told him that
you were fully capable of holding down
a Job In the weather bureau.
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Im O prmananlly ourM hf lir. Klina'a ilrras
Krrvo Rrsror. fi,r h RKK t2trlal h.,(U. an4
Irsauaa, ir. li. ll.kllj. UL. J1 Arch U, tliua..I-s.
Miss Rinkles lOver) thing costs so
murb nowadays! I suppose I'll have to
Miss Sharptung Why, dear, you
couldn't be any plainer, and live.
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