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MISS LEOPOLD, SECRETARY
Wrllrit "l'liton Yfiwi Ako My HjraUiui
Wm In n Hun-Down Condition. I
Own to IV-ru-tm My Itonorlntluu to
llcnltli mill Htraiitttli."
I null r-TlT
Mini Itlckn I.oolil, 173 Main tit
Mrtiasha, Wli.i HWy UcMlotkratu,
"Three yrars pro hit systpm was In n
terrlbln tun-dawn condition iul I mm
broken out nil ovet my body. 1 bean
to Im worrlnl kImiiiI my condition unit I
wm k'lnd to tty anything which would
"I'rruna net. rr-tommrmlru" to mr m
flue blnotl rvmnly Mid touie, mid I toon
found that It wm worthy of iirnlsn.
"A (nw Imttlos diungrd my condition
molrrlnlly and In ihurt time I wm all
omr my troubln.
"I own to IVruna my trituration to
lipalth mid itrmiKtb, 1 mu intuit to en
Vr-ru-na Itrtlorrt Strength.
Mrs. Ilpttlii Omen, U. It. 0, IiiVn,
III., wflln: "I Imd catarrh mid (alt
miserable. 1 brirnn tba mo ol lVrunn
nd brKtu to Iiuiiioto In ovary way.
My hrd ilorVnot hurt mo so much, my
ljctl!o li k'kxI mid 1 mu KlnlnK In
flrsli mid strength,"
Two crntlriiicn dlnlnc In n Nrtv York
rrttnurnnt wrra urprUtl to find on
ttir bill of fnrr, tba t trtii, "crrcn blil.
llsh." "Wnltcr," one nsknl, "what sort of
blurllsti oro unfit blllPilaliV
"I'nth rlKli( from the water," sr.li)
the wnltrr, offlinud.
"Nonar-uso!" mild tlio ninii. "You
know well mulish tlicjr do not tukit
bluoflah nt thin ciii."
Tlia wnllpr nmiii up mid lookrnl at
the dlKitrd linn.
"Oh, tlmt, Mr!" ha snlil. with nil nlr
of PiillElitmiuipnt. "Tlmt'a hotliouso
Wbjr li lllln' fthv.
"Unit tlmt new frlcud of your an
"Wall, It doesn't ahotr on tha tur
".No, up'u nn ofllolrtl of thr under
ground railway." Cluvrlnnd I'luln
Wnpa n r Ikn lliinati llnnlrr.
"Mrs. Nrwrwmr-, Imrn jou shot ths
cliutr ulare )nil csroe lo loivnT"
".Nut yol. l're put In all mr tiros flat
Out tl ilals." Uriloaeo Tribune.
A Danlah colony of frOO families la
arrklne a location In Mexico. If (tip col
ony proa-ier, It will reoelvit tare norcs
COULD NOT KEEP UP.
Broken Down, Like Many Another
Woman, With Exhausting
Mm. A. Taylor, o( Wharton, N.
aaya: "I had kidney trouble In
moat painful and severe form, and
torluro I went through
now leonia to hava
been nlmool unbrara
ble, I had backache,
palm In thu aldo and
lolna, dliiy spoils and
hot, fevuriih head
achoi, Theio were
henrlng down palna,
and the kidney aucro
tlona paused too fre
quently, and with n burning eenaation.
They allowed aodlment. I becamo din
couraged, weak, lanquld and deproaaed,
ao sick and woak that I could not keep
up. Aa dnctora did not euro me I do
elded to try Doan'a Kidney IMUa, and
with audi success that my troublea
were nil Kono altor using eight boxes,
and my etrength, ambition and general
health la lino."
Hold by all doalora. 50 conta n box.
Foater-Milbitrn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
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wtfflsto w yrz- , Tjmm
dtUttffrr' ' rsf aaaViZ; ".f ' - ' ,' .1? V M Jt-94.r TdA.H''4aUUi'U
All lnitrtniit iri.nn of ctinr,iiii t- in lui-Hii-i uiid pn-ucurr, the Miituuiu
hlli Iihk iiImi ijiki-ti lt pl;ui' ii h mi iiiljiimt to the lipid of curiiNgi The (icnnnii
Kill tr Iiiim lutnului'c I it Into IiIh iirmim nud la Hell ili-ni-l with tin- mhmi
bllltli'-i In tin- IiiihIi mid In tin- iiinuiiliilu pHaufi, of ciuri. Hit- hurwh!
(jirrlttco would Ih iim-Ioh. but In tint otu ami K,,lny wliprc rxmI rondt
pruill iin tln-y ilu tliriti),iut u Kn-ntcr pnrt of Kuroj.f the iiiitoinolillc In to
tnki tin pliici- of horrifi In coiim-jIiik ollUcrM from mu pnrt of the Hold to
nnotlii-r Mh n will i-iiHhh1 u i-tiiiinmndlliir kpihthI nud hla nldc-a to rover a
much U'ldi-p territory thmi would Im poallilo with horMxi. In nil (Icnnnn iinny
inniii-iivcrx tln niitntiiolillo tliidn n priiinlnciit plmv. 'I'lu- iiinclilncn iimiI nru
lii'iivlly iiriiiunil, i-nrry ijulck-llrliiK rlllcfi to bit dlM-hnrRi-d throimh looplinli-i,
nud nro jirovldcd with rne of rrvoliiTN for nt cIom- ipiartora. Iti iictunl
wnrfnri' i-vi-n tlu whnda would bo protective! by nrinornl cmdugK, Our IIIiih
t rat Ion. from tli lindou Nrwa, r,rM-utN n Kroup of oIIIhtm trnvcllnic from
out (Miliit to iinotln-r nud protH-ttiiK tlii-inin-Ivi- In n hut nttiick.
RAVAGES OF ROBE QEETLE.
A Ilrnrllr Inappf Ihnl Atlnrh
Hilar nnil (lrira,
Durlnir the Inat few yinim t-ninplnlnta
lmi- lufii Hindi- In IiiitikIiik nuinlM-ra
by fruit grow urn niul nardi-ntTa of the
rnrncpN cnuil uy
tin- niao Ik-pIIp. ThU
dcatructlve luwt la
(illicit tile roar
liii-tlt-. from ItH nt
t.ul.n uMin thu bud
mid full blown llow-
nt of nui-M, w hlch
It burrow a Into and
d oura, but It by
AvAfutil $ti "J ,"',n,, naM
AfWjTjW ,,H nttPiitb'" l" la
.III- IIIOIIUIH Ol Witt
nrHn-, iiiu which
It cluatcra In Rrwit
iiuiiiImth, nud aooti
di-atniya nil ponl
blllly of fruit, nud
Tiir. Hoar. nti.-rix. t nttnika tho bloa
Mima of fruit IrwH, InrKi nud Mimll,
orniiiiii'titiil ahrulia, now era, mid, lufnct.
Hltnoat ti'iy 1.1ml of wwlnhle Kruwth.
It himmpm In huuii'tiao nuuilicra, nnil
puvvra the plum) that an nttiu-kisl with
a aprHwIliiK iiihmi of Net lea, full of
ula nil to thu careful Kardciier mid
Th l.-tle la pale brown or drab In
iiiVor. alaiut a iiuarter of an lueli In
iHimth, ind with very Iiiiir, i-plny Icrm.
Tint t-arly tHKa of the Inaeel nre
paaaed uiuterKrouiid In anudy meadow
hind, whero n u unit' It feeda uuu
the roota of KriiKxifi nnil other plant.
The rcK nre Inld by the ftsnnle lavtlea
In tint ground durliii; June mid July,
nud the :;rutw liMine rult-Kniwu ln-foro
winter; la tho aprltu; they turn Into tho
pupa (or ehryanlla) atute, nud conic out
a h wliiiceil txi-tlca In June. For nbout
five weeka In June nud July they
iihoiiud, mid then suddenly dhwptienr,
IiiivIiik .MinpletiHl their life eon nut, not
to be a col i nKiilu (III tho following nuin-
iiier. llnpilly tlioro la only one brood
Hi thu ear.
It In it remarkable fact that the ordi
nary lliat-ctlclde-1 have little or li etTeet
ukiii (hit Ht, and It will eat IiIihuhhiu
hprtijiil with wrla Kreu mid tlirlvo
Ukiu (hum. Many exHrlineiita have
been tr liil. and It In found that, whuro
tint work In to be doutt ou:i larKescalo,
tho CoiiKri'KHted lliaeela limy le rejwlletl
by n wnah mnile by nddhiK alniut three
i'ka of frctdily-hlnkoit lime to n quart
of crude curtMillc ucld In fifty pillou
of water. ThU tloouiot kill tlio liiHecta,
but thu rmull of thu citrbolle driven
Another inethml la to nirny the
innHst'H of beetlea with half n kiuiu1
of IIhIioII Houp In n K'tUoit of witter.
It In claimed tlmt thin will kill ulHiut
1T per cvnt of tho JiiHoeta. It nctH by
cloaliiK up their breutlilnt; nppitriitua
nud cnuidtiK. denth by HufftH-iitlon, On
n numll ccnlu much limy be done by
bentltiK tho Im-ectH, In the early morn
luu wlicii they uro hIiikkIhIi, Into piuia
coutnliiliiK u llttlu coul oil nud then
burnliiB them j or they may bo knocked
off Into nu open umbrella nud then do
atroyed. I'holiv Kmppa or plants may
bo protected with netting.
FIR8T pTREET IN AMERICA.
Iltuliwnr In l'lriuoulli, Mitaa., la
NhiiipiI After VntvrraK)' 'I'unn,
I.oyden htrect, l'lynuuith, Mans., tho
flrat atrcct lu America mimed after tho
famous Holland university cly, from
which tho pllgiliiM I'liiue, was Mirveywl
on Dec. US, Hl'JI, aaya the Municipal
Journal unit lCiiKlncur. Tho records
atnto tlmt "no many an could went to
work on tho hill, whero wo purposed
to build our platform for our ordnance,
and which doth connmuul all tho plain
mid the bay, nud from whence we may
ii- far Into the nil. nnd inlnlit Im
etialcr Impaleil, hnvlritf two row a of
hoiiM-N mid n fair r4reot. So In the
afternoon we went to inoumre out the
Kroutida; mid II rut we took mitln how
man) fmnllli-N were there, willing all
almele men that had no witea to Join
with aoiiie family, aa they tlKiiifht lit,
N) that we mlttht build fewer lMiuit!
which waa done, nud we reduced tlltHn
to nineteen famlllea. To Krenter faitil
Ilea we allottiHl larger pkita; to efr'
eraon lialf a a.le In lirentltli aial three
In leiik'th, and mi h were cat wh.'re
Hery man MmmiIiI Im-; whleh waa done
and ataked out." ami thta waa the Ihj
IniC imt of l-yilen t-treet. An uiitlnlah-il
plant of tlila atreet la to le H-eu on the
old record of the courtlHilIK'.
The ibtrwt waa laid out In reference
to the water aupply, for "tliere la very
awrete brouke ruuiiea tinder the hlll
alde mid many delicate prlnui of iin
Ktioil wnter na run Ik drunk."
lunar le Itur-lerea, lltor fnun New
Nethcrlnnda, nlvea thla nccoiint of tin
architecture: "The houaea nre eon-
atructed of hewn plunka, with KMnU'iia
also Incloxil behind nnd nt the Klik-t
with hewn phuika, mi that their huo
mid rtiiirtynnU are arranged In very
KimiiI order, with n atookade ncalnat
auddeu attack; mid nt the emla of the
Htrcet are llmv wooden Katea. In the
renter, on tlte rroa atrrrta, ataial the
wowrnor'a Imiiim. Inifore which la n
Mpiare liH-loure. uniii whirl, for ate
rlora (ateen atueken) are mounted, ao
aa to (lank alon the atreeta. I'-ion
the hill they hae a lance aunre houmt
with a flat rmif, made of thick sawn
plnnka, atnyed with nnk tv-fima, Uan
the top of which they have alx cannon,
which hoot Iron bulla of four nnd live
louiul, and ixmimniid the aurroundlug
Now Plymouth la n town of 10,000
InlmbltnntK. Main Mrcct, the prlncl
IMllbualneattatreet, below where It uieta
Ityden atrwl. la now a well-mncndaiu-lr.ed
atret, with granite curbltu: nnd
nmerete aldewalk and aiibatantlnl
bulldhiKN on each aide. The town la
provided with n public waterworks
aewer ayalwu. xaa, elertrle plant fur
Unlit and xiver and an elertrle rail
way, Thniiifjbout Hrt of Ita hltorv,
notable aa u llahlm: vlllmte. thrlvlni;
miinufnctiirlw now provide prnfltnble
oceuiwtloii for the townaiHtoplo.
W'Uy lee I'limt-j In Wnlrr,
Water a the aole eAceptlon to the
otherwise uuheraal law that all cool
liiK lodlea contract mid thorefore In
cjeM lu density.
Water contracts na Ita temperature
falla, nud thereforu become licaMer
mid filnka until It risicluM thirty-nine
degreea. At thla temperature wnter Is
tlio lumvh-at. Thla In tho hiut of Ita
maximum deualty, Knuu tills point It
beglua to expand. Thereforo lu winter,
iilthough the aurface may bo frivzlug
nt a temperature of thlyty-two degrcea,
tho water at the bottom of tho pool
Ih alx or aeven degrtvs warmer.
Suppose that water, like everything
elae, Imd gimo on contracting na It
cooled until It reached tho freezing
point. Tho heaviest water would have
Niink to the lowest place mid tliere be
como Ice, Had tho water when nt the
taittom turned Into Ice, tho stone
would have locked It In their Inter
fltlcea nud held It there, nnd In-fore the
winter waa over tho wholo hm1 would
Im entombed In clear, beautiful crystal,
I, Idle NittUfiietluu.
"More, you!" growioi tho fat man
lu the cornor feat of tho crowded cur,
"my foot nrcnnt there to atniul onl"
"I'hnt'a w," rcplk'd tho (pilot of
fender; "aluco you'ro alttlng down you
don't need Vm for that puriwso, do
yuu?"--OatlH)llu Standard anil Tlmiui.
Tlir Pnllle Ilarmrtn.
In the cltlea of Utirmn, whrro the nn
tlvea Imro been long In contact with
Kuropenna, anya the author of "Iltirmn,
I'alnlcd and Deacrlbpil," they have loal
aoinn of their tnidltloiinl pollteinaa; but
lu the country dlatrb-ta old-achool cour
ti-ay la Mill tho cuatom.
An Kngllah gcntlemnn who had
bought n new pony wna trying him out
on n Murmnn road, when tlio animal
bolted, mid ran at top ipced down a
In tho way abend wai n nntlvc enrt,
lu which wna a family party out boll
The pony daahed Into the bnck of the
rart, threw Ida rider Into the rnldat of
the merrymaker, and -t-rcrely Injured
the Ilurmmi who wna driving.
Hi-fore the nngllabman bad nn oppor
tunity to explain hla unexpected on
aliugbt the Ilurman picked tilmaelf up
and bowed low.
".My lord, my lord." he Mid. apolo
getically, 'the cart hoiil-d not hove
I'm ll ml llf Wna n rnnnllinl.
A new arrival lu the town entered n
reataurant and ordered hla dinner. Ho
had Juat boon aerved when a large, ro
:iiml poraou enturtil and aeated hlmaelf
at tlio aauio table, ami Ilnalljr reached
over and helped hlmaelf to Ida nolgh
bor'a broad ; aoelng that tho other man's
boiled potnto had not been touchrU ho
took that nnd ate It without removing
the skin. A piece of chicken followed.
Ily thla time the wnltcr reappeared
and handed tho bill of fare to tho
"Itonat beef; ronat pork. Which ahnll
I Inker .old he. "Well. I gue you
can bring mo roast beef, a double or
der." "Thank heaven," said tho man oppo
site, "Kli? What did you say. air?"
"I aald Thank Heaven!' I waa afraid
you wore n cannibal," I'Jttaburg I'reaa.
riTO '" v ' """ M all Kn IAin
rllO J-'rmatianUr fwrral prtlr. KHlia'a Orral
S-l ItiMar, KmhI rir rfntltftlrM t-Dll-anl
lrtaUMklir.ILII.Kllu .IjL.kM Ariht.,l1,U.,V..
"Why nro you bowing to tliat man)
Do you know hlmV" aaked Madgo, lu
"Yea," said her chum. "He walked
over mo so many time getting out be
tween acta at the theater last night that
wo got real woll acquainted." Detroit
"I itrclare," complained Mrs. Duzzlt,
"I ahull certainly have to punish the
children!" anya a writer In Life. "What
have they beeu up to now?" Inquired
"They have simply upset my aewlng
room. Nothing la whero It should tie.
Need lea, spools of thread, sclKbors, darn
ing balls, everything I hnve haa been
poked away Into the moat unexpected
corner. It la perfectly oxasiieratlng."
Mr. P limit surveyed hla wife with a
That wasn't tho chlldron, dear." he
said. "I did that"
"What posseiwod you?"
"It waa kindness of heart. After you
straightened up tho patters and books
on my desk ro beautifully, I thought
It was no moro than right that I should
return the compliment by putting your
sewing room In order. Bo I did."
tirtij ihc Slomaclts oqd Uawcls of
Apcrfccl llcmcily rorConsllpa.
facSimilo Signature of
EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER.
fllnnar Tint All Ampiicnn.
la "fired out" an Amorlcnnlsra7 This
(iieatlon la put by n London paper In
dlacti'aliig tho u'e of the expression by
the Vienna correctwiideiit of tho Tlmoa
In connection with the dlamlasnl of the
American embassador to Austria-Hungary.
Anything that scorns slangy U
generally stamped aa an Americanism,
but In this case, na In ro many others of
,t similar nature, It la shown that the
phrase can be found Imbedded In tlw
'lasalca of tho Kngllsh language. "Klred
out" an Americanism? Well, In ono of
Mlinksponre'a amncta, na one of tho
Imdnn papers aaya, you may read :
Yet thla ahnll I ne'er know, but llvo In
Till my bad angel flre my good ono out
An American stiiool teacher nud
thla Is another Illustration tlmt come
to mind decided that Ida pupils should
drop the word "my" became It was In
elegant. The tendency to begin a re
mark of a rpieatlon with "say" may cer
tainly Iki overdone, but, na n bright
tiimlt rwilntml ntit. If MavH la rutf-nr
i i - ' - ' -!
how ahnuld we regard the of It In
the first line or "The Htar-Hpangled
Ilanner" "Oh, aay, can you see?"
To nrtak In New Shoes.
Always ahake In All-n' Foot-Kaie, a powiS'r.
Itrtirea but, w-allnr. ublnr:. awollrn tent.
Cum corn. Imrruwlnc nalli and hanintu At
all ilrHKirl'ti ami a hut lorri,3tr llnn't srrppt I
anTPumiiiuin riinm tnaiiKi rittt. Auarraa
Alleu U. OlmiWd, a lloy, N. Y.
Sbprloe'c Holmes had announced his In
tention of abandoning dtttctlre work.
"My dear Holrnps." said Dr. Watson,
"you don't rnesn It!"
"Quite o, my dear doctor," he said.
"Tho; I'hlladlplila detectives bsve made
me look like a hunjllnj amateur."
Hbootlnx another chsrjt- of dope Into
bis arm, be as-aimed a William (aillettc
j,0Je and stared moodily Into the fire.
MetbersTTlll find Mr. WInilow's Boothlns;
Sjrrap the teit remedy touie lot lLir children
iluriuj the Itetblnr rrlod.
"I knew," be iWlnred, "that we were
meant for each other from the very mo
ment 1 first saw you."
"I knew- It," she replted, "long before
"Yes. 1 may tell yo now In confi
dence, since we're enjwred nnd It's all
ettled, tbst mamma had been mapping
out our accidental mectinj for tire
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
with LOCAL AITLirATIONg, as they rannot
reach tbo ai-at of Ibe illxsae. t'atarrb la a
UockI or eonstltutlonal dlxafe, and la onlerlo
cure it you mutt lake Internal runeJIai.
Hall's Catarrh Cure li taken Internally, and
aeuatrarily on the blood andmuoouisurfacvs.
Hail's Catarrh Cure It cot a quack mrdldne.
It waa prracrlbed by one of tba Uit pbyalclans
In thla country for years, and Is rtirular pre
icrlptlon. It la composed of the best tonics
known, combined with the beat blood purl
Hera, acting-dlrertly on the mucous surface.
The perfect combine Ion of the twolnsrrollenU
is what producea auch wonderful results In
curiua Catarrh. Kend for leitlmonlsla free.
, P. J I'HKKEY A CO . Props., Toledo, O.
Hold by drurgltta, price 6e.
Hall's Family lilts are the beit.
Able to Ilelallale-.
llyron waa writing bis "Knflisb nards
and Scotch Reviewers."
They'll find I'm no Keats!" he ex
claimed. "I'm a ba-ad man from the .
liMliltratwra of Tllrtp cw.V. and f -an
bit back larn 'em 1"
Itetrettlng that bis lame foot was not
a real club, so be could use It on them,
be dipped bis pen In ths rltrlol again and
confided some more of his burning
thoughts to the sheet of paper before him.
Tlio Klud You Ilnvo Always
iu uso for over 30 years,
??? J1 Bonnl supervision slneo Its infancy.
4CA4t Allow no nun in ilrfnlvn von In thla.
All Oounterfelts, Imitations nnd" JiiHt-ns-jood"nrp but
liriierlmcnts that trifle -with nnd cndniit;cr tho hcnlth of
lufiinta nnd Children -Experience ugnlust lixporhuent.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops nud Soothing1 Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
ub8tnnco. Its ngo is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
nnd allays Foverlshness. It cures Dlarrhtua nnd Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Courtlimtlou
nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tlio Food, regulates tho y
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You toe Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
-th couauacauaANt, tt uuaatr a-acrr. Nswvoaaerrv -
Nearly every one likes a fine
3 hair dressing. Something to
I make the hair more managc-
nlile? fo keen It frnm helnrr
"wl - wf -- ------ ----a.ra
too rough, or from splitting g
a at the ends. Something, too, a
that will feed the hair at the
same time, a regular hair-food.
Wcll-fcdhair will bcstrong.and
will remain where it belongs
on the head, not on the comb I
Th best fclnd of a testimonial
"Sold lor ovpr a Lit 7 yoara."
p - p.i aa an ii waaaaa-aaaaaaaMaaaB
UadakrJ O . r ' c . Lnwall, Kaaa.
Alao toauufaatura ra or
Egan Dramatic and
Season J906 and 1907 Opens Sept. S
Prepares for Dramatic and Operatic
Stage and p'sc-s Graduates. Ik-cognized
by leading theatrical manager.
Fend for Catalogue and Hat of gradu
ates and their aucceia.
Egan Dramatic and Operatic School
Erin ILtll Aiuit Bai;-"nr. SutUc
FRANK C IGKV. Ttledfil
Saves Its Cost in Time
Labor and Starch.
Is Absolutely Uninjurlous to the finest
fabrics, never causes discoloration.,
makes the clothes snovy white, and by
gienically clean, unlike ordinary laundry
soaps, keeps the hands soft and white.
Frre famp'e fr lop from rou-id cartoon SiMnle
7 aim II rax and daw er'a Name, jmair name anil a.t-drraaaiMllK-Inaittmpa
Inr'udtrja I'rra- a. P.ur-Alr
IVin-7illnebnliilSr. .on. Aildma I'AC'Il'lO
COA-iT 1IOHAX CO., Oakland, Cal.
Portland Trade Directory
Names aed Addresses la Portland of Rcpre
f cntallvc Business firms.
CKKAM HVI-AIIAIUItK U auaranlaa Iba U.N.
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