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of the Hair
Thcro nrc four vcrncs. Verse
1. Aycr'a Ilnlr Vigor makes
llio linir crow. Verso 2. Aycr'a
Hair Vigor stops falling Imlr.
Verso 3. Aycr's Ilnlr Vluor
cures dnnUrufT. Vcreo 4.
Aycr'a Hnlr Vigor always re
stores color to urny lialr. The
chorus Is sung by millions.
- nfore mini ' Hair Vleor I had r
IMn and ry iiHir hair . Ilnl f rnntlnul lii
in III VUor ultUl ttif lialr crcnllr Iniciofni
In Tlf y, I ! If ntt mil vn fnr
ill iltfn 7Mr(."-Ulu. it. Iibummonii,
rrlk, M J.
M4 bv J, a. Aymr 0 , Iaw.1( Mm.
Hail Idioky I'xinpn,
Mm. Hhrowahiiry 'I'lmt nmn who
Juit passed UK win Mr. Hntehi'ller. I
haven't seen lilin ntneo wo wero mar.
rle1. IIo pmpoard to tun once. You
should hava ruii the look tin gave
Mr. Rhrnwnbury That to Gloat
ed, did ho? Philadelphia Ledger.
Mothers will ninl Mft. mallow's Boolhlrif
Bjrnii the bait remedy to use (or their eblldru
during lit tetliltig jrlot.
tlpinon Ye, in deer boy, I am
very proud of in family trtt, donclier
Downing 11" you erer whitewash It 7
Uppson Whitewash Itl What for?
Downing To ktp tha lusecls off,
MALLEABLE IKON STUMP PULLERS
r'aalaal, lllilt aiJ tlritt(.l Klunip Pullar
ca Ilia inaik.u III llurM p-m.r tliwe
WHU huOtl. Will lur llMIIll iailii
mi nri. - . s
UlllimSON MACIIINIIUV CO.
real l Mwrl.on 3lrl CorllanJ, Or(s
A rcw tiAKGAiNt or
The Amrrlcnn Ileal t state & Guaranty Co.
Un otn OhinIi' II .r IlAlrr llaiwh, lek 4
rurnlur , l. tie Aer Dairy llani-h and Wall
farm, IV): tAri fruit farm, tl.fcn.
khiI.III I'mii? TJArr farm, ! bwlMlhti
and flMll, lluOi O.trr I'aim, l,l 10-Arr
'rm,tl,Ogu. IULI ami Livery llara In aiuall town,
lhrU Mtreuandl slur at HU Jehn. Invelr.
full lMrf mlln at omc, mH Hatralli Hi. Iloom
1. rvrtlasd, Oruu,
W. bar aetata a.rrh.i.
OlptWieut.rrtorn u vlihln rum
anj a44ictii of yoUtulf " t o ur
? fitcnli.anJM 4l "li" roUN ;
J wr a IpviIm ", an a will rtIH ,
you wHh IJJUO on our KJ.OO KMntMp. 1
Our Mhonl oOrr tuflonl inltr to '
I Omt lNtivciio-lovmir Tuition
tltl Ml OIIIIHI It Ifl Mil
t BUSINESS INSTITUTE I
M, A, AlBIN, Pan.
iiiih at. PORTLAND, OtlC. ',
Cattlt and Hoc for marVit HhorUn
(attcnloi; xiloJ one fourlli. Hate I'ciil.
I f.J l'rtlaa ui ril Ual lUr aad lun4
AT In fMl illl ltr I..! f rlhM(n ! ih
IVnttlan Hlink I'imxI
well worth thtcnat
I wiiuIJ rial bawllh
out II. - W A KM or,
farkrr, rt, I),
I ltjU lolkadnlrr
siMtri to4r aRt vl a
M7 ol lkrl'it
kltwiaia'i lliia Iimi
I'OHIIANU Mil) 4.U., I'ortUiHl, Oregon,
BEST BY TEST
"I hv tritJ alt kindi of watfrproof
CaMla'ng and luw nevxr found anyilikij
at any price to compare vviJi your Fiih
Drand for protcatort from all kinds of
fTft 4 ailr,,! af Ifta writ r af tal
aanNihM lHtr 1 l4 hw at alliallta)
Highest Award WorlJ'n Fair, 1901.
A. J. TOWER CO.
Valrra iCarnuM rVtt rVatif C(ata;
Dr. G, Gee Wo
Till wnll.trrful till
uaa lkair i rallitl
grrat bis'aua ti otirr
iH4iin wllliuut 0aia'
linn Itial 1 H'l up
to ill. Ha run vtllh
IIiim vtuiil'itul I'm
ma lirriw.,!"!!". limn,
liark unil V ' ,l'1'
that aia mill-" u
kiifmn lii iiihI ral ao
Mil liilklaouli i ry. I'll'Oiaii liouwui tin
iiumlra rrimiHa Dili laui'U- no ur knima
tlmuciluu ufoiarvM iliniiin r"iuili( whl li
livaiirrraarully ur III illttrrin dliea.n. It
aurniiitururCMa rli.aailiiiia.liinv.iur a,
iliruniaiUni, nrruiini'. atumaili. llvrr k il
nya, no. hat liuinlmla uf littlumnUla.
llmrarainiHliiatn. I 'all and Vo tilui. fall nl
uiitrtliiriy wrlln fur lilaukr ami n rculara.
.i. ly'imeui.rA nwiM riii'.i.,
iddroi THE C. GEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO
102)1 riral St., S. C. Cor. Morrlion
Msntlun iapir I'OHTIANO, OI1CGON.
S ff If
lir.U rrltliiir tiiitviirtliorapIuKo
inaiuiuu mi jiair.
A Kow runner In not ono wlio In
conritiiiitly Into dolit mid rtinnliiK awny
llobhy How iiiucli foolwonr do you
wvnr nut In n month, Tommy? Tom
myTwo pnlra of alioca and a pair of
my uiotluir'a allpporH, l
Him Yen, Iiii'h mi nrtlat, u uiiinl
cliin mid it pout, Ho poor follow! I liml
no Idun povurty liml niivIi it hold on
hlui, CIiIciiko Unity Now.
Hlio 1 wonder why tho Imliy docHii't
hi'itlu to tnlk. John? Ho Whv. I
Kiioka hit'iiumi you don't kIvii hlui a
cliiincti, dvnr. Yotikura HtiitCMiiinu.
Old Ilonrdur How doc tho hcnf
atcnk Intro couiiuro with tlmt tit tho
honrdliiK hoiiao you Jtut left. Now
Hoarder It'a nt'ck mid nt'ck. Haiti.
in or it Anivrlcuu.
Hill Did you over notlco how iiintiy
tall iiioii you inii't In a tiny? .1111 No,
but I'vd ofton noticed how uigiiy aliort
tiieii ono ineeta when you want a loan.
"Yea, Mlaa Myrtle," drawled IteKBy
Van t'lokle, "there la a tlmu for nil
thins." "IiiiIimmI," yawned the Klrl In
the Itomnn chair. "Then you havo
really Imiked at tho clock."
"How can you let (Jeorjjo ho you
around that way? I alwaya tliiiiiiclit
i you ao lllilepninleiit." "Yea, dear, hut
you tutiatu't fowl that ChrUtuina t
not far off." Clovelaud I'laln Dealer.
I "Ono dniiKr Mmut eitucatloii," unlit
(Uncle Kheii, "la dat a youiiK man !a
ll'lilu to atan' arotin' recltlu' Woodman,
Hiaro Dat Tree, when he ounht to ho
'rlioppln' flrnwood." WaaliliiKtoii Htar.
I "Marrlnicua, you know," remarket
Jtlaa niderlelKh, "are tnada In heaven."
,"Oh, well, cheer up." rejoined MU
YoutiKhtid, coiiaolltiKly. "You'll prob
ably no thcro aomo time." Chicago
"How do you know that Kolomon
waa tho wlaeat inanr 'Tliafa oaay,"
HiiawerMl Mr. Diutln Ktax, "HU wli-
dom la prored by Ida extraordinary
accumulation of wealth." Waahlni:.
J ton Htar.
I Flrat KleVatwl Uoad Wrap That'a
a tnlKhty pretty girl. Becond Klevat
el lloail Ktrap Yen; and, wttnt'a more,
! can aiipK)rt her lu tho manner to
which alio haa been accttatoiucd. Now
Lady What la It, llttlo boy? Hoy
1 coiuo to claim de roward you or
j frrrd for u return of ycr canary.
Laily nut mai ta a cai. nuy ',
but tho canary li Inaldo do cat. Chi
1 TraYcra I hear you are lec.urliij; on
the Htreuuoua Mfe. Palaver Yea, t
Kot tlrrtt of titiatlttik-, anil It'a ao much
vaaler to tell other people what to ilo
than It ! to do thlnjta ono'a aelf. De
troit Kreo Preaa.
I Parmer Skldtuoro (reading algua In n
city hotel room) "Oaa bttrnetl all
night charged extra." "Don't blow out
the gaa." Time fellera la bound to
catch you ono way or the other.
I Father What did the teacher aay
' when ahe heard you awear? Hinall Hoy
Hhe aaktxl mo whore 1 learned IL.
Father What did you tell her? Hoy
I didn't want to give you away, tia,
ao I blamed It on to tho parrot Kx
change. Flrat llachclor Buppoie you aavr
aome beautiful acencry coming over
tho Hocklei. What waa It llko? Sec
ond Ditto It had gray cyci and brown
hair and a blue gown: It nt Jiut bombs
tho alalo from mo. Detroit Fmo
(lunncr I'll wnlt otitaldo the barber
ahop until you gt ahaved. How Ioiib
aro you going to bo? Ouycr About
eight houra. (lunncr Whatl Onyer
I Yea, there la n ynralty eleven lu
there waiting to get nn cndoMhe-aeu-
Thoy Wonr n Slnak.
Nonrly every altopkcopcr In tho land
la forced, In the conduct or hla busl
neaa, to wear tho maak of diplomacy.
This waa llluatritled tho other day In n
downtown art atoro.
An elderly Indy, connected with
aomo of tho best families, made her
purchases and pnld a small sum On ac
count of n former hill and the gooda
just bought. Aa alio placed the now
bill lu her reticule she said to tho at
"Now or no bothering me- about
this, you know; no Bonding around to
my place. If you do send a man I'll
et tho dog on him."
"You'll havo no trouble about it,
madam," waa tho suave answer. "Tako
your tlmo about it; all tho time you
want," and ho atnlled llko a seraph
until tho old dowagor'a coach rolled off
up the street. Then ho turned to n
friend who was taking It all lu and
"I) urn her old picture, I won't hco u
ml cent of Hint money In nttio months.
Hut what can you do? You'vo got to
I Tim Operator.
A Now York matron bought n sow
tug uuichluo recently, and her 11-year-old
daughter, anxious for a novelty,
Buys tho Now York Butt, la,ld out tho
printed dlrccttona and attempted to
run1 tho machine. All seemed to bo
going well, till tho mother's attention
was attracted by n deop algh and a
whispered "O dcnrl I cannot find It."
! "What la It, daughter, that you cat-
.not find?" alio asked.
"Why. mother," was tho reply, "tho
'directions say, 'IMnco tho' screw to tho
right of tho operator,' and I can't 11 ud
tho operator!" ,
MRS. EMMA FLKIBBNER.
Buffered Ovor Two Years Health W
In a Precarious Condition Caused
by I'olvlo Catarth.
i IMF' '
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Mrs. Kmtna Klelasner, 1412 Sixth
Avn., Bcattle. Wash., Worthy Treas
urer Bona of Temperance, writes:
" I suffered over two years with Irreg
tildr and painful period. My health was
In a ytty precariout condition and I was
onlous to find something to restore my
health and strength.
"I wsa very glsd to try Pcruna and
delighted to II nd that It was doing me
good. I continued to use it a little
over three months and found my
"I consider It a splendid medicine and
shad never be without it, taking a dce
occasionally when I feel run down and
Our flies contain thousands of testi
monials which Dr. llartman has re
ceived from grateful, happy women
wlio havo been restored to health by
his remedy, Peruna.
lh Yniina: J'lillosopher.
- 'Nother piece of pie, please, pa."
"Hut you haven't flulshed your first
"No, pa. nut you know you told ro
not to eat fast, And If you glva mo a
second piece now I ahan't eat ao fast
because I won't be niraiu mai mo
second piece will be gono when I get
through with the first piece. Pletfse,
un." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Stats or Onto, Crrror Tolsm, I
l.UCl I otKTT, I
rsAMt. J. L'naaar snaxe oath that be li
aanlor arlDr of tha arm of K. J. ('Naxar
Co.idnliir bu.lDoaln tbo ;ilyolTolto, t'uun.
ty and Hlate afoatald, and that talii arm will
nartheautnofONi: HL'.SOIIKI) DOLlJtILM fi
each and evrry caae of Catabuii that ranuot U
curaa oy id uoi iiiLLaciTAkui liar.
FKANK J. I'llKNKY.
nroMoro. thliithijftrof Dremur. a ly.iksl
Hirnrn ia lrnr m anrl anKall In
" a a r -;..... Z.Zm "
Haifa Catarrh Cure litakan Internally, and
act directly en the blood and mucoui turfacei
el the tTttem. Vend for Uatlmonlat, tree.
. . . J1"- J- CNKY CO., ToidO, 0.
Bold by Prujrclal. 71c.
Uall'a Vaialfy 1111 are the brat
"Say," roared the Irate cltlicn'ai 'a
ruibid Into the office of the Tillage week
ly, "Where's the editor?"
"Went to are bira personally?" queried
tho office boy.
"You bet 1 do," atuwe red the L c. "I'm
xolnr to thraah hlut within an Inch of
bla life. See?'
"Oh, all right," a inner rd the boy.
"Juat have a arat, plraae. There are
three others ahead of you." -
For bronchial trotiMr trr Plso's Cure
for Coiiiuiutitlon. It Is a ptwid cough
medicine. At drugglat. price 96 centa.
A Oreat l.latlit llrcake.
Proscr "Your friend Uurrctt Is
v uv iiiiifunniiHCi i? ujv t ni ut
a. . .a. .a a.
nia rooms last tilgut roruiug my latoat
tioom to him."
Proaer "Como along with mo to
the Inquest, then. Tho coroner Is still
lu tho dark aa to what caused tlmt
sudden relapse." Clovelaud Loader.
St. Jacobs Oil
for many, many years has cured
and continue to euro
Price, 25c. and OOc.
P71 In Um. Bold br druiral.u. UM
t o iBSjjrPTB'Tj s I v a . it "VrejaMre-e
UOWIL'S INDIAN IIGIir. I
In K'i Jntiiea Ilowlo and hla broth
er wuro prospocllng for gold along tho
Bun Hahn lllvcr, lu Tcxiih, when thoy
wero nttncked by IiiiIIiiiin. Tho light
lug In died only ono day, hut for aovoii
tlnya longer tho Indians aurrouudctl
tho parly, to prevent their oaenpo. In
llio hook enlltlod "With tho Mnkera
of Tuxiis," It In recorded na tho uioat
dcNpurnto Indian haltlo In tho history
Tho number of tho Indiana being ao
much greater than oura ono hundred
and sixty four Indians to cloven whlto
tnon It was agreed that "Ilezln"
Ilowlo should go out to talk to Uicin,
and endeavor to compromise. Ho and
Dnvld Huchnnan walked to within
forty ynrda of where they had link
ed. Ho requested them In their own
tongue to send forward their chief, na
wo wanted to tnlk with him.
Their answer waa, "How do you
do?" In KiikIIsIi and a dlschnrgo of
shota, one cf which broke Iluctmnan'i
leg. Ilowlo returned their salutation
with tho contents of a double-barreled
gun. Then taking Huchannn on hi
shoulders, ho stnrted for camp,
Tho Indians opened a heavy flro
upon them, and when their shot fnllod
to bring down Howie, eight Indian
on foot took after him with toum
hawks. When tho Indiana wero close upon
him his companions rushed forward
and brought down four of them. The
otlier four fled.
Tho Indians now opened a heavy
flro. Their chief, on horsebnek, urged
them to the charge. James Ilowlo cried
out, "Who Is loaded?" All our guni
wero empty with the exception of Mr.
Ilamm's. He was told to "Shoot that
Indian on horseback." He did ao. Ills
shot broke the Indian's leg nnd killed
bis horso. We saw him hopping round
Ida horso on ono leg, with his shield on
hla arm to keep off the balls.
Uy this tlmo we had reloaded, and
aorernl balls pierced the shield, and
Finding that wo would not bo dla-
lodged f"m the thlckot, they set flro'
to the dry grass to rout ns from our
position. Tho flro enmo down upon
us before tho wind, nnd our situation
looked draperate. The sparka flew so
thickly that not a powder-horn could
bo opened. Hut when tho fire reached
the ring round our wounded men nn 1
baggage, we succeeded In smothering
It with buffalo robes, deerskins and
It was now sundown, and wo had
Iboen warmly engaged with tho Indlnni
since sumiae. Seeing us still ready for
fight they carried off their wounded
and gave up tho battle.
CAT TRAPPED BY PRAIRIE DOG.
Lnrcd Into a Ilurrow In Central Park,
Lured Into an abandoned burrow b;
Ma nmiikvllrn vlrtlrn. flnn !. a
cat who haa long preyed ou the prairie
Iflnr-a In the menaeerlo of Central Park.
ivi'w " ""
anrji tho Now York Herald, won tru
i ' I
Pr,oned yterday for many houra
i UlruUKU uie auuii.-,jr ui ayui(fuiif, ui:ii
Dolphin was tho only prairie dog ou
the surfaco when Green Kycs looked
about for further prey. Frightened by
the arrival of the cat Dolphin's 'sub
jects sought shelter In their subterra
nean homes. Apparently unconscious
of his peril Dolphin remained on u
knoll watching tho cat
Suddenly darting forward Green
Eyes mado nn attempt to solio bis vic
tim. Tho latter, however, dodged the
cat's attack nnd ran to tho other aldo
of tho lnclosure, followed by Green
Eyes. Then began n chaso which last
ed for tnoro tlmu five minutes, nnd
ended by tho disappearance of Dol
phin into nn abandoned burrow Just
as ho was apparently about to be
caught by his pursuer.
Green Eyes hesitated n few seconds
nnd then started to aqueozo his body
through tho entrance of tho burrow.
O f Ti II 1 I I tl f! Bl I I ft TtA Hfintll Oil iMtAl 1 A 1 I tl !
"" "" "v "" .v.. ...
i iiina'B s way Insldo the mibtorrn-
nean chamber. Wltmwsos of his nt-
n ou uoipnin siooo in ironi or xuo ,
Indosuro for half nn hour waiting ror
h,m to reapiwar, but ho did not come,
nnr of tho burrow.
Thoy wero aunirisotl soon nfterward
to ace Dolphin poko bis bond cautious
ly out of n burrow which evidently led
to another passage connecting with
tho underground chamber luto which
ho had lured tho cat After surveying'
tbo village with keon eyes Dolphin
came out of tho burrow and lu re
ponso to his sharp barks other pralrlo ,
dogs left their homes to come to tho,
While thoy were perched on knolls'
late in tho afternoon faint cries Issued,
from tho entrance of tho burrow
which Green Eyes had entered. Thoy
were followed by the nppeurnnco of
his head nnd then of his body ns ln
squeezed out of the burrow. HI- body
was covered with dirt, nnd ho had ovl-
ilnntlv lirifin rvimnnllnt ii .Hi. )tf.i im
...... .-...,...... ... .., ... .v
out of hla prison. Without making
any attompt to attack tho prulrlo doss
ho hurrlod from the village.
Tbcro are scores of girls who aro
nolther beautiful uor witty, but they
aro natural born coquettes, and as a
consoquonco are perfection In Uio av
erage man's eyes. Tho beautiful girl
gouorally banks on her faco being hnr
fortune, but tho coquotto cultivates the
habit of saying pretty, fluttering
things, studying tho trick of amusing
half a dozen men at ono und tho same
tlmo and of making each man think ho
Is tho one that Is being especially fa
vorsiL fitn Francisco Call.
25 ounces for 25 cents
JAQUES MFC. CO.
To art Idle "
The major found Itetnua aprswled out
la the biasing sumhlne.
"You don't seem to mind the heat, Re
Bine?" "No, ah; tt Jea' suits me. De hottah
t li de swtetsh de melon grow."
"Hut don't your garden Buffer?"
"Nuffin In deh now, aah, but tatehi.
Like to see et ao hot det dey'd roaat
right In de tround en den Ah wouldn't
hab de trouble ob bulldlo' a fiah to cook
Says Americans Aro Learning How
In America, eating ia becoming morn
of a Una art as well aa a pastime and
accomplishment every day. Americans
are learning how to eat. They have
passed tho stage of civiization where !
anything and everything will go and
aro becoming particular eaters.
Nothing but the white hear of the
wheat berry (Plllsbury'a Vltos) is NOW
good enough for those who have tried
this cereal breakfast food. It is the
most economical and it is actually the
"Meat of tho Wheat" Bteriltzed
nothing added nothing taken away;
puro white in color, it serves an appe
tizing breakfast dish, mada in the
greatest mills, o( the beet wheat, and
by the oldest miller, PILL8BUKY.
This is your guarantee.
Put up only in two-pound, airtight '
Look for tho words, "Meat of the
A package will mske you twelvoj
pounds of Substantial family food and '
can be purchased at your grocer's for
Ask him today.
He will gladly All your order because
he knows he cells you aatlslaction.
A Woman'a Opinion.
"She says her husband's behavior
Is due to tho fact that ho Is Insanely
Jealous because of be'r beauty."
"I'm aorry for her lawyer."
"Hecause the- Jury will give a Ter
diet for her husband aa soon as they
see her." Cleveland Leader.
Prof. L. II. Bailey, director of toe
New York state school of agriculture at
Cornell, is writing several articlea
which aro soon to appear in The Cen
tury on the subject of the young man
and the farm. He will tell why he
thinks the young man now leavea tho
farm, and he will show how tho farm
.an he mado more attractive and bettor
worth the young man's while.
First Stranger Kxeuie me, air, but I
andemtand you are a good judge of dia
mond. Second Stranger That's right
First Stranger Would you mind giv
ing me your opinion of the atone In this
Second Stringer Don't know any
thing about atoues; I'm a baseball um
It is as impossible to conquer
A "HiftM?! FS "E5lUT
flMtV B t vVT rrlVff)Jy U jLaJULJaV
diseases Contagious Blood Poison with Mer
cury and Potash as it would be to conquer the
kinfe of the forest in a hand-to-hand encounter,
as thousands who have had their health ruined
and lives blighted through the use of these min
erals will testify. They took the treatment faith
fully, only to find when it was left off, the dis
ease returned with more nower. combined with
the awful effects of these minerals, such as mercurial rheumatism, necrosis
of the bones, salivation, inflammation of the stomach and bowels, etc.
When the virus of Contagious Blood Poison enters the blood it quickly con
taminates every drop of that vital fluid, and every muscle, nerve, tissue and
bone becomes affected, and soon the foul symptoms of sore mouth and throat,
copper-colored blotches, falling hair and eyebrows, swollen glands, sores,
etc., make their appearance. Mercury and Potash can only cover up these
evidences for awhile; they cannot cure the disease. S. S. S. ha3 for many
years been recognized as a specific for Contagious Blood Poison a perfect
antidote for the deadly virus that is so far-reaching ia its effects on the Bys
tem. S. S. S. docs not hide or mask the disease, but so thoroughly and
kind. Treatise with instructions for home treatment and any advice wished.
Without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CM
V do crown and brldgwork wllnoal I ain.
Our llyran' eiprrieiictf lu Ut work en
able u to Ht your mouth couiturtably. Dr.
V. A. le haa found a aat way to extract
trrth alaoluivly without ialn. Dr. T I.
Wis It au sprt at told aiUuf and crown
and trU1-wrk. Kitrael n iroa wuo
4atra ur bridge are ord ml.
Falling IUJUm Third and Wuhlutton fits.
Opu aveiilnca till o'clock. Hulidayk from
S to It, Or Mala Ut
OR. W. A. WISE'
it the wonderful rililng powder ol the
Wave Circle. Thouundi of women are
brJnIn greater health and better food
into their home by utinf K C Baking
Powder. Coits just one-third what you
always pay. If you have never used It
you don't know what you've rabaed.
Don't wait I Allfrocers.
Book of rraanul "
A Pertinent Question.
A Chinaman was one day walking
along a street In Glasgow when a doc
ran up to him and began barking. He
became greatly alarmed and dodged
about all over tha place to avoid It
A benevolent gentleman who happened
to bo passing at Hie time saw tha
trouble be was In and Immediately
went up to him, and, putting him on
tho shoulder, said, In a pacifying tone:
"Come, come, my friend, you mustn't
be afraid. The dog won't barm you.
Don't you know Uie old proverb that
barking dogs never bite. You surely-"
"That'a all velly well," replied tha
Chinaman; "you knowee proverb, and
me knowee proverb, but does the dog;
CITO Permanently Cured. !oflt or Barroom
loiterer. Krtut fat FrS)3 trial bntlleandtrvatlaa.
lit. It. II. Kllua, UiL.HI Artu HL. rhltadalDhl, Fa.
A Delplilo Utterance.
. Aa capable of varied Interpretation
as the utterances of the ancient oracles
waa tho speech made by a Swiss
mountaineer who accompanied the
Stutfleld and Collie exploring expedi
tion through the Canadian Rocklea.
They found It necessary to ford Bear
creek, and Hans did not enjoy It al
though be faced It with exemplary
fortitude. Once safely across, ha
turned and surveyed the stream
"Severn! times you cross It" he
said, enigmatically, "but yet once la
tbe last time,"
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants aael CMIirefl.
Tha Kind You Hays Always ftogiit
That Deadly Hatpin.
That deadly Implement the hatpin ot
modern times, Is a descendant of an
equally formidable toilet article used
by Roman women.
Tho Aspaalaa and Jtrllas and Claud
Ins who decked themselves a couple ot
thorjsaud years or more ago, to the un
doing of tbe particular Balbus or Mar
cus they desired to fascinate, wore
bono hairpins of prodigious length.
Yet. like the women of this present
time, they seem to have experienced
the same difficulty In keeping them In
place. This fact came to light during
oxcarntlons nt Sllchestcr, In England,
a hundred or so of these bono balrplna
being found In tbo Roman bath, col
lected, maybe, by the bath attendant
to prove all these centuries later that
there Is nothing new under tho sun,
and that In all ages the same little
folbloa have been possessed by women.
the kinsr of
completely cures it that no signs are ever seen again.
S. S. S. while eradicating the poison of the disease
will drive out any effects of harmful mineral treat
ment. A reward of $i ,000.00 is offered for proof
that S: S. S. contains n mineral inrrredient of nm
OR. Ti P. W1SC.