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li Common Spring Troubto,
It' a lf,'n (lint (ho blood 1 deficient
In vitality, just ns-plinploi mid other
eruptions aro sltfii that tho blood
' IX Impure.
V wnriiltijr, too, which ouljr tho
liazuXlous fall to lict'd.
Itomovo It, jrlvo now life, now cour
ao, nUaiiKth and nnlinatlan.
Tho oleumo tho blood aud clear Uto
Aocopt no substitute.
' "I felt tired alt tu time end could not
'Imp. After taking Hood's Hartiparllla
while X could tloep well and tin tired
(cellos: bad iun. Ttili great medicine lias
alto cured rut ot torufula." Mat. 0. M.
Uoor Glletd, Conn.
Hood's Saraaparllln promises t9
our and keepa tit premise.
If You Want Your Lover to Love You,
Have Uood Teeth.
There aro a good many people In
lovo, and lovo lead to klrees. At
least, If It ilort not immediately lead
to klsees, It li uaual that fond persona
while conversing lit uur each other.
At audi n time the ran eoe wketlior
each haa a nice, whlto set of troth or
not. And It la mora than likely that
if either haa neglected hit, ' or her,
teeth, tht reiultlnft offensive hroath
will be noticeable to tho other person.
Tho question lit Aro fine, whlto.
lorfct teeth admirable and attractive!
Will they tend to enhanco our cliarmi
In tho eyes of our lover? Will yellow
teoth, or tho pungent odora that exude
from unclcanod or decaying teeth, have
the oppoaltn fTvct iion ono who ottarr
wlw might In fond of you?
Aside entirely from tho fact that It li
moro comfortahlo and practically help
fill to havo perfect teeth and keop them
In good order, you ihould not forgot
that the very pertont whom you would
wlih tnoit to like you may bo stronly
repelled by a neiitocted or foul coudl
tlon of your troth.
Thrta conplderatlona ars eminently
oontlbln thing! for jxxiplo to conalder.
They are itiggeitrd by a recant talk
with Dr. W. A. Wlw, of tho fatnoui
dental Arm, WIm Urothori, Falling
building, I'ortlind, Oregon. Thli firm
it probably the moat np-to-tlato rotuern
In tho Northwest. Thoy put troth In
order without cauilng any pain, and
their prior are extremely moderate.
Tho nigral of thl atory la that Icvon
should not neglect tholr troth. There
are probably 60,000 bad-toothed lovera
within CO mllea of I'ortland, all of
whom ihould go Immediately to Wlso
Hrolhors and get Axed up for projer
Valuable Cotltctlon of Stamps,
A rollrctlon of stamps formed by G.
0on Wheeler of the London 1'hllatolln
aoclety wat told by auction recently
Eating Dicers, tigZXsS.
Nothing is a aourcc of so much trouble a.i an old core or ulcer, particu
larly when located upon the lower extremities where the circulation li vmk
and alugxhth, A ranerenona eatln; ulcer upon the lei; la a frightful light,
and ax the folion burrowa deeper and deeper into tho tissue beneath and the
itorc continues to spread, ouc cau almost see tho flesh weltinp; away and feel
the strength golnp out with the aickeninr discharged. Great running sores
and deep offensive ulcers often develop from a simple boil, swollen t-lasd,
bruise or pimple, and are a threaten lag danger always, because, while all
ouch norc are not cancerous, a great many are, and this ehould make you
suspicions of all chronic, rJow-heallng ulcers and sores, particularly If can
cer runs in your family. Pace sorts are common and causa the greatest
annoyance uccause ucy are so per
sistent and unsightly anal elciraot so
much from oue's personal afecaneicc.
Middle aged and old eople and
those whose blood Li coutamUatcd and
tainted with the germs and poison of
malaria or some previous alckaouj, ore
the chief sufferers from chronic cores
and ulcers. While the blood remains in
an unhealthy, jeolluted conditiou heal
ing is iiupoasible, and tho sore will
continue to grow and spread in spite of
washes and salves or any superficial or
surface treatment, for the sore is but
the outward sign of some constitu
tional disorder, a bad condition of
the blood aud syritem which local
remedies cannot cure. A blood purifier
mill tnnln la what von nml. Sotae
thing to cleanse the bleed, renter Its last properties, qulckea the clrcula
tlon aud invigorate the constitution, aad S. S. S. is just such a remedy.
S. 8. 8. reaches these old chronic sores through the blood. It goes to
tha very root of the trouble and counteracts and removes from the blood all
the impurities and poisons, and gradually builds up the entire system and
strengthens the sluggish circulation, aad when the blood has been purified
purifier and tonic combined and sale aad permanent cure for chronic sores
and ulcers. , If you have a slow-healing sore of Wvny kind, external or internal,
write ua about It, and our physician will advise you without charge. BooV
en "The Blood and Its Diseases " free,
ft SWIFT 9K0IFW CO., ATLANTA A
Ilia Idea of Happiness.
Mm. Knpock (rending Irani novol)
"And no thoy wore mnrrlod and llvnd
happily ovor after." Now what do
you think of Hint?
Mr. Knprtk 1 think they mint have
oociircd a divorce right awny.
Jownlinrp OoorKu I iiippomi after yer
rolled around In do street an' got full
of mud do hidy In do wayildo coltngo
thought yer had been Intoxicated.
Olndor Oharloy Not at all. I told
her I had bton rldln' In a rncln' auto
lllggi (iinoklng)) Tide li something
llko a cigar, old muti
Ulggi (gutting a whiff) Von or
nointithlng llko one, What li it, any-
The Mean Man.
"Novor hoard of audi an nngratoful
"In what way?"
"Why, I hoard ho wan freexlng and I
had a liuilml of coal dumped on hli
"Well, ho had tho nervo to ray ai
long ai I had mil nod up hit aldewalk
ho Iio.m) I would tend someone around
to clean It."
L?tYS rBtnr o pe f" f aarteeaoaei
rile) nrtMfi.rl'r knn'tdf.nwwn
Fred Do you know anything about
Joe Do 1? My dear boy, I'ro made
it a life itudy.
Fred With what remit?
Joo Well, I'vo lucceeded in reduc
ing my Ignorance of it to a aclonco.
For nought and colde there li no better
medicine than I'lau'a Cur fur CaniuinD-
lion. Priced ecu li.
"What's the outlook for a newspa
per In thla town?"
"Finest In the world. Kdltor'i np
In a treo, an' sees over the whole coun
try." No niapilng Ycara.
Claude Mice Thlrtyodd scorns to
hold her ago well.
Maud Hold her ago I Why, ahe
hain't let go of a tingle yearilnceihe'a
been twenty-flvelJ-IJaltlmore Herald.
DltrXKII GANrtOT II K CORES
Jlr local application!, m thejr rannot leech the
dfareaed vvnloiiiitlne ear, There leonlrooe
wer locured.afntn, and that li bf eonatlto
tlauelreurdle. Ieluee lerauitd W enls
Cemed roadltlon el Hie nuroutti tgoltbe
Kuiterbltn Tub. When Ible tube tela In.
turutd jaa here a rumbling loand o tmper
(eel btflnr, bJ when It le entlrelr cloeed
dtelurie le I lie mull, endut.lmllieUflemiii
llon cu Utteii out euit title tube retimed to
lie auraelroudltloe, lietrlnc will bedrftrorcd
loreierililneretee out ol I'D ateceueedbr
ceurrli, wlilrli It nolhlm but en InflaraeJ
condltltm o Ibe inueuiit eurfecee.
We will life One lluedred follere lor ear
cueolteluriilrenteit br cttenii) that can
not l cured bjr ilell'e Cttarib Core. Vend for
Bold brDruf Uie, JJo
UeJl'e Fejilfr mill are the beet.
(letting at tho Cause a.
Mra. Mugglni How did yon break
your hutband of iwearlng?
Mn. IUA;lni-I had tho telephono
taken out and Rave tho alarm clock
away. Milladclphia Record.
S0RE8 ON BOTH ANKLES.
entleaen i Afcout Ua eej euro a
eaeJl tore earn en e-oh of war ajaklea.
Saw et Into tke plaeee aad tker be
chum Mrre, eating uleera, ftd X Buf
fered Intensely for Marir tew yeare.
X bad apent laore las SMO.00 try
lav to rt wall w X ehajaoed to
mm B, B. B. adTartle4 in a Xaaaphla
yapejr. X began to take It and wm
cured. Mr llrnbe) kave Oaye beet
re or eriYon m ar tln e4 alt
a4aof. X bar rooauaaaled 0. 0. .
to a aTTet rsaJiy people, aad aaa saw
lrlac it to say nine-year-old aen for
JaVtaama. Durlnr tar loar alaknaae X
waa llvlnsr near Memphis, Tean., but
bare aiitoo romored to Kantta City,
aad am now ratldlng at S. Old
Xaat BUUeatU Mtreet.
Vra. X. A. KA.KRIB.
Xanaaa City, Ho.
ana tne system purgeu oi an woroiu,
unhealthy matter the healing process
begins, and tho ulcer or sore is soon
S. 8, 8. contains no Mineral or poison
ous drugs of any description, Cut is guar
anteed a purely vegetable remedy, a blood
HOW FORT SAN CARLOS FELL
Gorman OuiiHcre Iwinilrd Hlielle with
In Fort Han Curio tho Venezuelan
Knrrlion was plucklly wltlutnndliig the
itcady flro from IUi; (Jrrinnu wnmliljiH.
Hlivll nflcr liell had exploded around
t bent, mwi wounded or di-nd lay hero
and then1, yot manfully they stuck to
their guns and knew no fear, accord
ing to n writer In the New York Time.
"Do you worst I" crlod (Jen. Hello,
lionrncly, slinking hln powder-nlnlnrd
list nt tho llntiic-lH-lcliIng ships riding
beyond tho bar.
And, (hough the drnve Vcnraiielan
know It not, (he worst was nlrendy
coming his way.
from tho smoke-clouded gun deck
of tho German (lagtlilp "ilrave Hill"
I'lltcner, gunner's mate, had climbed
to the bridge, where I lie squadron com
maniler, In vexation, was pacing back
"1 beg to report, sir," he began, salut
ing and speaking with tho peculiar
Wllllamiburff accent, "that I have n
schemo to put tbcm Venezuelans outer
"Veil, vni In?" returned tho com
"Why," explained the gunner's mate,
with n cruel, dcrlllih light In lilt eyes,
"we've got sixteen cases of llmburger
chceso and nine barrels of sauerkraut
left In the hold, and I would auggnt
that we load some of our shells with
The Herman commander recoiled at
first from so dlnbollcoi and uncivilized
a method of warfare, but be was bent
on victory, and In the end he yielded to
Hehlnd the defiantly thundering walls
of the fort brave Grn. Hello was mak
ing nn encouraging speech to bis men.
"Kcmcmbcr the custom receipts,"
he concluded, In n burst of patriotism,
and a cheer went up from the powder
coated threats of his men.
Just then the first of the llmburger
and sauerkraut ckargrd thclli from the
flngthlp'a main battery exploded orer
the fort. As tho thick, dctiic odor
settled down around them the patriots,
panic-stricken, drew their cutlasses and
cutting their way through It lied fran
tically from the fort to the clear ozono
of tho hills beyond.
I FORTUNES rOK PHOTOGRAPHERS
More than f 1,WK),000 U expended for
photographs every year In New York
city. Upward of 400 photographers
reap this hari-ctt, ranging from tne
Howery tintype man to the ultra-faih-louablo
artltit with a studio on Fifth
He It raining or shining. In war or
In the piping times of peace, thous
ands seek the skylight galleries every
day with the fell Intention of being
"took." The present era of prosperity
la entirely favorable to the natural
vnnlty which prompts the average man
and woman to face the camera.
Photographers who maintain expen
sive establlihmeuts and enter to th
i.a.ttll mdki aim.. litvmJu In .t.A I..M..I.'
ngea of the good times, but their clien
tele, the wealthy folk, who spend from
$ 1,000 to $2,000 a year regularly for
photographs, do not vary much In
their orders whether the times be good
or bad. It Is the average business man
and wage-earner,' mid more especially
their families, who swell tho photo
graph man's wallet theo days, nnd
thoiiiands of such families speud from
$00 to J100 a year.
Next to theatrical people, society
folk get their pictures taken ofteucit.
Actors and actresses, so photographers
say, are by no means the best of their
patrons, and nouio of the studios de
cline their tnide altogether, the prin
cipal renion being that they arc bad
pay. A member of one prominent nrui
said It was found Inexpedient to deal
with theatrical people and their regu-J
lnr patrons, It was like trytug to mix
oil with water, since the requirements
of tho theatrical photograph In acces
sories and bnck'ground differ widely
from ordinary phases of the art. Not
n fow fnshlonablo women, however,
like their pictures In the style and
slmllltuuo of actresses.
Ho (after tho proposal) But suppose
your father objects?
She Just Inform him that I have de
cided to marry you, that will settle It.
A long story of a hanging, If well
written, Is vory , Interesting.
Z : -" - ' '"ULS-Ai 1 I
" I hsve kept Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral in my house for a crest many
yesrs. It Is the belt medicine In
tho world for coughs and colds."
J. C. Williams, Attica, N. Y.
' All serious lung
troubles begin with a
tickling in the throat.
You can stop this at first
in a single night with
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Use it also for bronchitis,
consumption, hard colds,
andforcoughs of all kinds.
Ceniatt reer letter. If be lave take IR
O. a daulu iai. If fee telfa rra aet
tfl take It, tb.a eWt take It. He kaew.
Leave It wltb Mm. W are vtUiee,
A Little TUt.
Mrs. IJenbam There Is no mrrrylng
la heaven, thank goodnonl
Ilenham Of coures not; people get
their pnnlsment in the other place 1
Alwavalook forthlatrademark? "The JTIean,
Kool, Kitchen Kind." The ttovta without
emoke, aahte or beat. Make comfortable cook
ing. Only Place for Hint.
Bomo one said to Brother Dicker:
"Here's a story of a man who bss
Krother Dickey didn't reply for a sec
ond or two, then he said:
"I s'pow dey'll keep him dar all do
"Keop him whore?"
"Why, In de asylum, of co'tol"
John Burroughs has an article on
"Ibe Ways of Nature" in the forth
coming June Ceutury, which contains
high praise for Kipling's wiork in nat
ural history, lio rays tbst wo are
novsr at a tors how to take Kipling in
the "Jungle Books;" and of tho story
of "Tho Whlt Peal." Mr. Burroughs
says that ho could not detect one de
parture from the facts ol the life his
tory of the seal so far as It is known.
Unpaid BrKJab Consult.
The British government recently ap
pointed unpaid vice consuls In tour
large towns In Franc, whfre such
poets have not hitherto eziited, and
found In each case well qualified Brit
his residents willing to undertake the
dutios of the poiltioa.
X KRAUSE & PRINCE, Wholesalers, 879 First St., Portland", Or. 1
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44t eftM SfjlUl eV1 Usxffr afU UaUktf
wMfm kateVeU. TietsJ Vt Br Ul !
a i aveM rajf . va4rte astai
lleVetasJ ftjf . VkUlietMtlaasiyfeWeTel;
snsa rausi , esttauafl wt n aV
THE FAIRBANHS -
ARB OPBRATBO ON
QAS, GASOLINE. DISTILLATE OR CRUDE OIL
cost ol operation
A lonsy Ecrner
KEIEH9QM MAOHmatY oo
(Huecentor to John 1'oole)
Teat ol MofflKxl Street, Portland, Oregon
With ua for Paw Mill and Hhlncle 1(111 M-
ieblnery Wind Mill and Jlalnt i'urnp, r.lc,
I C ream frparaWir, regular price f , now SUA
' Pprliii vresofie W. lliigfr ibeltj I IO.
You ran largely Increase the yield of
your crop for ml tic our tpeelat fcrtltlt
ere. Write for prlc.
!i PER CEHT OFF
13 On all Packet Seeds
lor orders of f 1.00 or mora
(Thle doea not Include greet aeedl or
ganlcn tecdt In quantity.)
If In tha market write for tpeclal net
MANN, the SEEDMAN.
rnnnn, ins ccunmn. j
' 189 Pront Street, PortlnnU, Orv.
AGENTS WANTED I
I Everywhere Write now. a
K Agtwhk $S00 wf
I RAMBLER, EKPEKUL. H0HARCH, OISOST
r fc KA&rU Bkrckt. J20 aa4 eevuti.
P Fend for eataloguee.
5 FRED T. MERRILL CYCLE. CO.
i Portland, Orrgon.
b Seelaae Team SeiUfc M
I fcva watnr CA.CA.tLWm mm t
a nils and UkUti laeatlve iaf f alaflr woa
eartal. Mr danthtor and I were tiotbarM wiiki
alek atooiaca and ear trraatb varr bad. Arter
laklac a r dnaaa or Caacarau wa lra ttaprorafl
oodartallr- 'trur era a t raa h.lp In tbe taaUj.
UJ7 Rltwaaoaae SL.C1aciuntU,Cklv
t m'say tyvrrtAKnc
rieaiaat. paUuKe, reteaw Tau OccC Re
OdoOaharersieatB. Weaken. or Ohi.Kw. Uautka.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. .M
twet mt trf. nim iMmi. r.i. tet
HeC viltlnr to .i4TrtUm plsu E
wfBMaa sis pwptir-
Boys' and Youths'
Jack Knife Shoes
Atk your dtxUr for the Jack 4
Knife Shoe. Every boy gets a j
pockrt knife with his pair of 2
woo. cHwcuiaguios.Ki2cr 4
lictl knives. 4
S3.8Sand S3.S2 Shoes BfJSS
lOUCtn t irOUl eKkUU IO QO.UU jrHtlJ
uj wwnuf utuioui;irUikovur9J riio
'rii'Tito Jiut at gooJ In eierr war aa thoaeltab
nave dii eoauar voa xroai s txo to I
lmnitute tale of w. I IXiurlu aboaa proTta-
their aurxrlorltT orar all olL.r tnak.i
Sola lj retail iLoe dcalere ereiher.
wTIn gtuulbe have liaise and prlcer
autauea on tne twllem. Take no-
XV. L. Uoliglaa 4 (lilt Kdgw
una cunnut ixi riualla
at a n j price.
"W. X Douatevs usai tvatt mUi in or nta1
eUiVkU Ot lie 6eH UUviteU ftlkl ADMIlC&a UeUteJlBV
iatn ar o nr Denuiaciurr in in werui.
con Be sm la
Gi B6 oiopned
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