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FAYHEfl OF nAQTIME.
St. Jacobs Oil
It ilio r.rcteit remedy In llio world for all bodily
Lchtes and Psuims
lor which an extern! romedy may Lo uicd,
Price, 25c. and 0c.
srtJML'crzzrsEWxremrji'. , ...jwii'rs.
Ftrncjtn) iHlFPJa i v ,BIm( 'f w-
Boys' and Youth'
Jack Knife Shoes
Atk your dealer tor the Jack
Knife Shot. Kverv bov ti a
'liS pocket knife with liU pi If of
J aji thoci. Be tt wearing ihou. Raror
gj$ "! knives.
ICRAUSE & PRINCE, Wholesalers, 87-89 First St., Portland, Or.
Mm. HwagRnrlnu My daughter
hasn't romu mil yot. you know,
Mm. Iiomolulgh Indued! Wlmt wai
tho aetil to irUoii for? Ally Hlopnr,
A Reminder. i
Dearborn What hnvn you rot thnt'
hiring tied about your flngor forT I
Wabash Oh, I'vn boon getting mnr '
rled, nml my wife doenn't want mo to
"Wlmt kept you do Into?" naked tho
"Coming down on tho elevated road
my pufonslonnl services worn very
much In domnnd." replied thn bolnted
M. I). "Man In tint car won overcount
by thn limit nnd by tho tlma I got
lilni ntralghtened nut another mini wn
discovered In tho roar cur almost froi
en to death."
Hath hit urlr end myeelf ! been
tielMB CAHCAUKTtt and Iber. are Ui tC
ineillclne we bate ever bad In (be bourn. Lui
ww my wife ii lrnll wltb beadacfee (or
twodAfi, ab irlfHl wDot yourCAHCAUKTJ.
and (bar telle t the lln In btr head alrooet
lauirdtelelf. W bottarwoniaierKlCeacerete"
I'llUtiuri Hat Uvo Co, l'llliburs. V.
TBAOe MAJIN aeeiaTtaeo
flMHM. palatable, ivunt Tet Onn4, le
Owi, Ktr Hi.itn Wa.l.n or Otl Weft,,
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
imikt eM4f rf.r. 'Wm. Niei. im Twt. lit
Mutt Have Been.
First Chappie I wffndor now. Choi
Ho. how tho donkey over rnmn to bo
Hed an tho or -emblem of atupldltyT
Hecond Chnpplo (with n yawn)
Don't know, I'm iiiro, dealt buy; miut
Imvo been before our day.
It Certainly Would.
Hho What n happy world thli would
lie If what?
Hho If men, could only bellavo nil
they aay. Cincinnati Enquirer.
HI Reason for Suicide.
A Now York man wroto nt his ron
ton for attempting suicide that ho had ,
t-onaunou at nociora, uui nuno i
bio to euro him of nithma.
Drown What do you know about
Croon Wliy, ho'a na honcat aa tho
day la long.
Ilrown Yea; but what'a tils record
Wo are nurrounded with Idolntors
men and women who have Rod a ninny
nnd lord many. Their nffcctlons nro
cntorod on things of tho earth, per
Uhablo and unsatisfying. Man'a duty!
la tho worahlp of tho ono tmo Qod.-i
Hot. George Adnma. !
Mfl.Tn.lin ",a ri fH.r.M.xm uor..
n vv wnw iiHWtvlli
KtilUKSON MACHINlikY CO.
Niiccaatere la John oel. '
Knot of liirrln trrct, I'ortUmi, Ortron,
Hmitb tnilHlrtrimi.llln,Sii Sfil.lllW;
Ki.ulh llrnil rblllist l'lm. U In luA, tJT;
iMui-leHbuvtl I'utiuttur. l M. Ntwlun mijc
nn (ear. iinlct, ll rll1. wlJ tru-k,
ui. top liurl, JacIikjii ilil iflDii, rt(
Old Dr. Orlmthaw (to medical itu
dent) And now, romember that to a
phyalclan humanity la divided Into two
Htudent And whnt nro they, doctor?
Old Dr. arlmahaw The poor whom
ho curea and tho rich whom he dexftom.
Mother will fino Mr, friniiow'a Sooth.
Inr Hy tup I lie bct reniadr to ota lor tbelr
6iillilrii duriuc Uit iMtmnc period.
Jeweler Diamond ahlrt aludit Yea,
air; hcro'a a act, neat llttlo atonca, for
Cuatomer Huhl Out homo In Chi
coko I can Rot "
Jeweler Ah! yea, pardon mo. Hero
you are. Juat look at theso big flash
ra three karata each! Boll you tho
not for $3.50. Philadelphia I'rcaa.
A Good Beginning
If the blood is In cood condition at the beginning of tho warm season,
yon are prepared to resist disease and are not apt to be troubled with bolls,
pimples bluckheadn and blotches, or the Itching and burning skin eruptions
that make one'a life a veritable torment ami misery.
IS'ovr Is tho titno to begin the work of cleansing and building up the
blood and strcngtucning tnc wcaie
places in your constitution. During the
cold winter months we arc compelled
to live indoors and breathe the Impure
air of badly ventilated rooms and of
flees. We overwork and over-cat, and
get too llttlo out-door exercise, and our
systems become clogged with impuri
ties nnd the blood a hot-bed of germs
and humors of every kind, nnd warm
weather is sure to bring a reaction,
and the poisonous matter in the blood
and system will break out in boils and
pustules or ccaly eruptions and red,
disfiguring bumps and pimples. Make
a good beginning this season by taking
a course of 8. S. S. in time; it will not
only purify your blood and destroy tho
germs and poisons, butpromotchcalthy
action of the Liver nnd Kidneys and
givo you n good appetite nt a time
when you need it most.
S. S. S. improves the digestion and
tones up the Stomnch, and you nro not
continually haunted by the fear of
indigestion every tlmo you cat, or
troubled with dizziness, nervousness
nml nlrcnlessness. There is no reason
to dread the coming of warm weather if you have your system well fortified
and the blood in a normal, healthy condition. It is the polluted, sluggish
blood that invites disease genus, microbes nnd poisons of every kind aud
bring on a long train of spring nnd summer ailments, break down the con
stitution, nnd produce weakness, lassitude, and other debilitating disorders.
Kczcma, Acne, NettlcTash, Poison Oak and Ivy, and other irritating skin
troubles nro sure to make their appearance unless the humors nnd poisons
are atuuioicu aim me uun, acm uioou
made rich and sttoug before the coming
of warm weather,
A course of S. S. S. now would bo
a safe precaution nnd a good beginning
and cnabla you to pass in comfort
through tho hot, sultry months and
escape the diseases common to spring and summer. 8. 8. 8. is guaranteed
purely vegetable and is recognized as the best blood purifier nnd the most in
vigorating and pleasautof all tonics. Write for our book on The Blood and
Us Diseases. " tfhiC SWIFT SfCmC CO,, ATLANTA, tUU
HORRIBLY AFFLICTED WITH BOILS.
Z Ita4 borrtblo
attack of bolla
that broke out nil
ovar toy body and
from which Z
oould gat no po.
atbla rallaf until
Z bo a an taking
and from my ox
porlanoo Z baa
aaiely aay S.B.8.
la tba ttat cloc4
purltlor in tho world. .
Mre. II. I. BaCYTUSna,
THE BEST TONIC AND APPETIZER.
Vhlln livlnir Inbherman.Tox., Iba
oaiuo t victim of Impure, watery
blood. I ran down la appetite unl
energy t wa aoarcely nblo to set
about and had to aton off and reat
oconatoually, I took B. U.B.nurt bo
an to Imjirovo at onoo, and alter a
lorouirU courao bocama atrosg- and
I think B. B. B.tha belt medicine X
over ued aa an appetiaer ami jjreu-
611 llallroad atreet,
America' Only Urlalnat Muale
TJmt of the ft urn.
It Iiiih lii'cii mild Hint Ilio only orltf
I mi I mimic In tln United Hlntea la in
Kro iiiuxlc; the rent Im clllicr.iiii im.
IHirlntiuii or an Im
llnl Ion. Nejcro inn
ale due not Ntuell
of the lamp; It Iiiih
not (lie voice mill
I'Xpn hhIuii of Ihu
Htudlo. It Is not
renlrbtrd by Ihu
ruled or method
of nuy iKiitleuhir
cult or aihool. It
lirlum im Hweet In
triio from orntiKo
KKSKHT IIOOAN. llldimolllN, IIIIIRIIO-
Una. the cypreaa mid the pliH-a; It
movea like tin atignr nine nnd cotton
when ailrred by thn noft aoiitheru
wind; It luliitha uud Vi'ii'pa; It Iiiih In It
nil tho Joyoua minde of a choir of
iiiockliiK blnla nnd the and uotea of the
lone dove iiiouriitiiK t"r "" mnle.
A peculiarity of ricirro mualc Is that
the words nro muslr. 'J'hey do not need
to be cet to mualc or net-eannrlly need
the mhhIhIhiico of mi)' limtriimetit anvi
tho human vokr. The "coon" aong of
to-tlny are. for the moat part, nothing
but the old plantation bymun mid mel
Mllen nilnpted to different word.
Krucftt llounn. the negro ruuu-dlau,
U the father of racthne mtulc. Klx.
teen yearn K he wrote l'aaaa ma In
This waa the first ayncopnted or rag
time comnoaltloii.' We Uud ayncopa
Hon ieculltli to the mHodlea of orient
nl people Mr. Ilogan rovo ub u6t
only the melodies In thla form, but
ayncopnted nccompiiuluient. At the
time he wrote I'naa mn la he wna
working with n KflUK of men laying
napluilt pnvemeiit In Kntmna City. lie
took hi mualc to the lender of the or
tkeatrn of thu oiera home. In front of
which they hnpiK'iied to bo working,
but the mitalclnua were uunble to play
It. When It. waa finally produced Its
(Kipulnrlty wna luatntitnueou. and
within h few wii'ka It wna being
plnvl. thlatiet nnd auug from one
end of the rouutry to tho other.
Among other ttopular comiioaltloua
Mr. ilognn wrote "The rtireiiologlt
Coon" and "All Coona I-ook Alike to
Me." Thla latter aong wus founded
iiKin a i'hlcugo epltode. Mr. Hogan
attended a ball glTcn by aome colored
nhiIc, which, at n late hour, broke
up lu n liht. A patrol wngon of po
lice who wen called to tho aceuo to
(iicll the dlaturtiance were nrreatlng
colored K-oilo lu the crowd liidlacrim
luntely, when ono laid hla baud uihju
Mr. Ilognn and put hltu under arrcat.
A brother officer requested that he b
not taken In charge, aa he recognized
him an tho colored man who had aung
nt the iiollccmrn'a henellt the night
be fere. The toUceman who had placed
him under orreet replied: "It mnkea
no difference; nil coona look alike to
me." From thl cxpnwlon Mr. Hogsn
wnvtc hla now iwputar aong, the tlrat
atnuxa of which he comiwaed while
riding on a atrvat car. lie made on
thla aong (he tlrat three months after
It waa published I'-'O.WO.
HOV C0W-UELL8 ARE MADE.
Vaclnry In Little Connecticut Town
Manufacture, Moat of Diem.
Cow-bell that chime on the Western
phliiH, aheep-UlU thut tinkle on the
big American eheep niiiclica, bulla for
gracing horea nial mule, nnd, nccord
lug to Popular Mechuulca, nil kind of
bells far the fiirm nud ranch nro made
In one factory, which Bland on a hill
aid Btnet In n little town lu Couuectl-
To Hevcrnl great cattle ranchen of the
Weat wt r sent recently u lot of belt,'
tuned In acta of mi octave eauh, ao that
the hdl-hearcra nniong the ahlftlug
herda nuawertxt ench other lu musical
chime. Ilnnchmeii any thnt bell echo
ing !u tuuea ncrous the plnlua deter
wolvta from attacking the herds.
The mctnl for the bells Is received at
the factory In large tint sheets of thin
Iron, direct from the rolling-mill, and la
passed under a steam-driven cutter,
which turn nut the properly shaprd
plm-H, like patterns for n douhlo-hhtdud
ax. Then n ring for a clapper Is fasten
ed Into the center of each piece, aud It
Is spanned with n llttlu Iron strap for a
handle. Finally the piece Is bent down
Into tho familiar bell shape, and Its
nldcH riveted together on the anvil.
Tho bell Is now lu shape, but It still
hicks tone nud color. These nre gained
by n coating of brusa nud u bnth tit tt
fiery furnace. In nests of four or II va
the bells, ranging In size from the little
three-Inch sheep bells to the seven-Inch
cow bells, nro placed, with a mixture
of charcoal and brass tiling between
them, lu plumbago crucibles, tho lids of
which nro held lu place by a plastering
of wet clay. Theso nro then Immersed
lu thu tire.
Within the crucible tho "hross
spreads Itself In n thin coating over the
Imprisoned bells, nnd the bell obtains
Its clear note. All thnt need bo done
afterward Is to burnish the bells, which
Is dono by throwing them with a few
leather scraps Into n revolving cylinder,
In which they polish themselves.
When n man Is burled he gets In on
tho ground floor, which Is true at no
previous time lu his career,
7 As a Child Pattl Prevented ft
r miPtrtvr mt i ry n it Ifcr Family's Starvation
POVERTY MADE -"
' 5 Great Diva Stood on a
iJLLrlV Dinvl iter drcat Wealth and
s ) How Earned ..... ??
X&tf' Xr Mil mSl iiD Pmh f
ADrM.tA PATTI-XICOLIXICEUEKSTaOU. BARO CEDEMSTItOJf.
Cra II B promise of f5,(H(0 per night ha proren sufficient temptation to
M cause Mine. Adellmi Pattl. Itaroness of Ccderstrom. to agree to learo
her homo In Sweden and her castle of Cralg-y-nos in Walen. In the
near future nud revisit this country, During the few months she will bo Ir
America It la vatlmnted thnt the great diva will Increase a fortune already
amounting to several millions by nt least half a million more.
For over forty yearn Pattt's marrcloua rolec baa thrilled hundreds of
audiences and she has pasaed from one triumph to another, adding, year
by year, to the fortune which alio started to lay by in the earlier days
of her career. Aud what could be more striking than the contraat between
the picture of tho Pattl of to-day-corlng a Inat triumphal tour at OO-rmdl
the picture of the little girl who, at the age of 7 ycam. atood on a tabic Iro
a concert hall and aang traahy songs to a commonplace audience? IJttle
dld the parenta of the child Pattl dream, when her first earnings In this way
actually saved tho family from starvation, that the cultivation of her tnar
velotia Tolce would In after yearn be the means of earning vaat fortunes.
And now, ftlth all her alxty yearn upon her. It la aald that the rolco of tbu
diva retains most. If not all, of Its original melody, nnd even at this late
day liaa the Kvcr to earn about half a million dollar within the short,
limits of n six months' engagement
The contract uuder which Pattl comes to this country Is an Ironclad onci
Hhe la to slug at alxty concerts; Is not to appear more than ten times In any
one mouth. At tho conclusion of ench concert ahe la to receive Jo.OOO. She
Is to get, In addition. GO per cent of the Iwx office money In excess of $7,500.
A conservative estimate places the average receipts at ?10,000 a perform
ance; therefore. Pattl'a total Income for each concert will, lu round numbers,
amount to about $0,200 and her groas receipts for the entire tour will mound
up to $375,000. The balance of the box otllce receipts will reach another
1100,000, ao that it la no exaggeration to place the earning capacity of Pattl's
rolco during her forthcoming tour at tho half-million mark. .During the
two hour of the performance the divine Adellna will be upon the stage
from a half to thrve-quartcra of an hour possibly an average of thirty
five minute. This means that, all told, she will sing for Just thlrty-flvcr
hours, or at the rate of $10,000 an hour.
Pattl. the child of Italian parent, was born In Spain, In 1S-13. Her first
appearance before an Kngllsh andlenee took place when she was 18 years
old, at the Italian Theater, In Covent Garden, In "Ia Bonuambula. For
twenty yearn she toured Europe and then, In 1891, came to America. For
three yearn she traveled from city to city, In a triumphal tour. During this--ami
subsequent tour Pattl received $3,000 a night. A tour made to South.
America In 1689 was conducted on the same basis, with the additional agree
ment to a share of tho gross receipts when they amounted to over $10,000;
When the great Auctorlum at Ouicago was formally opened In 188!) Pattl
received $4,000 for singing "Home, Sweet Home."
Pattl married the Marquis do Caux. a French nobleman. In 18U9. but
the matrimonial venture was an unhappy one aud divorce followed In n rewr
years. Her second husbaud waa Signer Nleollnt, tho tenor. More recently
Pattl married the Hnron Ccderstrom, a member of the SwedUh nobility,
several yearn her Junior. The union Is said to be a happy one.
OIL KINO'S BENEFACTION8.
Henry It. lioaera Phowerlnc d If U Up
on Ilia Native Town.
Aa the culmlnnUon of a long system
of benefaction In his native town, Hen
ry H. Itogeia, the Standard Oil multi
millionaire, I erecting In Falrhnven,
Mass., a memorial church which, when
completed, will be the most mnpnlll
cent edltlce of Its size In tho United
IIF-MIY II. 1IOOUIU.
States, Miya n writer lu Leslie's Week
ly. Architects, sculptors und contrac
tors have been given orders to spare no
expense, nnd tho cost Is placed any
where from $1,000,OQO to JU.OOO.OOO.
Falrhnven Is a quaint nnd quiet town
located on an arm of lluzznrd'a bay,
nud, like the neighboring city of Now
Hedfonl, was once a whullug port of
respectable dlnuuwlona. Curiously
enough, through the medium of the
very discovery thnt destroyed tho old
tlmo Industry of tho place, Mr. Uogcrs
has been enabled to lavish gifts upon
It with a prodigal hand, until Falrhnven
has completely forgotten the days of
whale oil, and sings only the praises of
Standard OIL The church now In proc
ess of construction Is a gift to the- TJnl
tnrlan parish and la to form a beautiful
memorial to Mr. Ilogers' mother.
Mr. Rogers' gifts to Falrhnven tegau
some eighteen years ago with the pres
entation of a well-vqulpped brick
schoolhouap to the town. Next came tho
Mlllcent Library. memorial to n dead.
daughter. The bulldliur Is tlttlugly de
scribed as an nrclilt.H'tiirnl gem. It con
tains 15,000 volumes and has accom
modation for no.ooo.
Another gift to the place Is the Town.
Hull, a French Gothic structure, with,
a tower 150 feet high. It contains ev
erything, from n jKistotllcc to n ltca
statlon, to meet municipal needs. Ths
town fathers transact their business lur
luxurlous olllces with big tire places
These are not nil of Mr. Rogers' glfte
to Falrhnven. Within a year or two it
buslueas block of granite nnd brick,
coutnlulng n Masonic hull, was built
and presented to the local lodge of Frew
Masons. For Its public water supply.
Its sewerage system and Its tine streets.
Full haven la also Indebted to Mr.
Mr. Uogcrs was born In 18t0, nud af
ter graduating from the Fnlrhaveu
High School became a clerk In his fath
er's store. Later he tried railroading,
and In 1S01 became connected with the
oil Industry In Pennsylvania. When tho
Statidnrd Oil trust was formed he be
came the chalrmnu of Its manufactur
ing committee. In n short tlmo he wus
made a trustee, and for a number of
years has been a well known and. prom
inent factor In the affairs of the Stand
ard Oil trust.
Met tho Uaaal Pate.
"I hear that ho marrlednn actress.?'
"AH men do." Detroit Kreo Press-
Progressing; Undo John "Why,, mgr
girl, you've .grown like a cueumbetr
vlnol Whnt progress are you making
toward matrimony?" ClaraMWeHi
uncle, I'm on tho fifth lap." Tlt-Dlu.