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WHEN YOU GO TO PORTLAND. STOP
AT THE NEW
Third and Davis Streets, Near Depot
200 Room with Hot and Cold Running
Water and Telephone. Free Bath.
Rates 50c, 75c and $1.00 per Day
Special rates for Room and Board.
Free auto bus meets every train or boat
Dainty Cutf Links,
f Dainty cuff links may be mad of
crochet buttons, sewing two together,
like the parts of a dumb-bell link, with
a strong thread loop of the right
length, and buttonholing over It These
links will not be lost like many oth
ers. I The New Victims."
( "Wife (with paper) "Well, well!
Elere's another aeroplane accident
and, as usual, a lot of the Innocent
bystanders hurt." Hub "Bystanders?
You mean the Innocent understand-
A Well-Known Name.
A professor of Greek who was noted
tor self-appreciation, bought a dozen
collars and marked the first one with
his full name and the others simply
"Ditto." Everybody's Magazine.
WE BUY OLD GOLD
Highest prices paid for Silver, Old Jewelry, Gold
Teeth, Etc. UNCLE MYEHS. Forty years in
Portland. 71 Sixth, between Oak and Pine.
lATENTS 1 give you
I 1 Pmsom Service
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moeilaSLcobs"" Wri,e ,or Information
Write for catatonia and literature. Developing
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Portland Photo Supply Co.
J49 Third Street PORTLAND, ORE.
HOWARD E. BURTON - Aswiyer and Chemlut,
Leadville, Colorado, Specimen prices: Gold,
flllvur. Lead 1. Hold, Silver, lie; Gold. fiOu; Zino
er Copper, SI. Mulling envelopes a id full price llfft
runt on application. Control and Umpire workeo
lotted. But erence: Carbonate National Bank.
GILLESPIE SCHOOL OF EXPRE3
A training In the "speech arte" Is
coming to be reg.-.rded as an essen
tial . preparation for many vocations
in life, not only In social, educational
and professional lines, but also it
the Industrial and commercial world
The training offered by this school
will be found suited to those pre
paring for teaching; to all who are
fitting themselves for platform work
either as readers or speakers, and
likewise to that large number of per
sons who do not intend to become
professional, but who aspire to a
wider field of general culture, and
to a fuller development of their In
The course of study Includes vo
cal, physical and aesthetic culture;
conversation and sight reading; lit
erature, with analysis and Interpre
tive rendering; repertoire, with the
ory and criticism; character sketch
ing, rhetoric and oratory; life study,
personation and dramatic art.
The school is regularly graded Into
classes that are In session four hours
per day, from Tuesdays to Saturdays,
Inclusive. Individual work is done
afternoons and evenings, either with
the principal or with her assistants.
A public class, to which all Interest
ed are welcome, meets In the studio
every Wednesday evening.
The method of instruction discour
ages both "cramming" and copying,
and is not hampered by adherence
to any set system, but strives, by
the use of old systems, or by means
that are new and original, to pro
mote, In a psychological way, . a
distinct Individual growth and devel
Good library facilities, instructive
and entertaining readings and lec
tures, studio recitals and ample op
portunity for public appearance are
provided for all regular students.
There Is also an organized club, the
Euremolog, for the practice of de
bate, extemporaneous speaking and
In addition to the purely educa
tional advantages of the school, Its
social and moral atmosphere is ol
a high grade, tending toward the re
flnement of manners and the build
ing of character.
The school is located at 534 Mor
rlson street, Portland, Or.
Many Here Afflicted With Odd
Ailment. Says Munyon.
Moat economical and effective for house
and school heating.
J. C. BAYER FURNACE CO.
Front and Market Sts. Portland, Or.
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on all Unas on account
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tolUbliig shoes of ail kinds and colors.
Terrified Rider (In hired motor
car): I say I say you're going
much too fast Chauffeur Oh, you'll
all right, sir. We always Insure our
Bound to Be Discovered.
If a man Is really reliable he doesn't
have to devote much of his time, to ex
ploiting that virtue; you are watched
pretty closely, whether you know It or
not Atchison Globe.
mmimm Portland, Oregon X
Resident and Dy rictiool for Girls in
oharge of Bisters of St. John Baptist (Episcopal)
OelleglaU, Aced.mle and Elsmsntsrr D.partmrots,
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For catalog address THE SISTER SUPERIOR
Office 3Q, St. Helens Hall
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SISTER SUPERIOR. St. Man'i A (admit, FmUni
Grewsome Creatures Very Common
In This State, Finds Expert on
fnwliutes ran bf found envwhrre pointing to 0
'Mrtioal athe nnson for fttjr iriwrtaMt fur
SECURED FOft STUDOfTS W C
Many California people are afflicted
with a queer disease, according to a
statement yesterday by Professor
James M. Munyon. He made the fol
lowing remarkable and rather grew
some statement : "Many persons who
came to my headquarters at The Owl
Drug company, San Francisco, think
they are suffering from simple stom
ach trouble, when in reality they are
the victims of an entirely different
disease that of tape worm. These
tape worms are huge internal para
sites, which locate in the upper bowel
and consume a large percentage of the
nutriment in undigested food. They
sometimes grow to a length of forty
to sixty feet. One may have a tape
worm for years and never known the
cause of his or her chronic ill health.
"Persons who are suffering from
one of these creatures become nerv
ous, weak and irritable, and tire at
the least exertion. The tape worms
rob one of ambition and vitality and
strength, but they are rarely fatal.
"The victim of this disease is apt to
believe that he is suffering from
chronic stomach trouble, and doctors
for years without relief. This is not
the fault of the physicians he con
sults, for there is no absolute diagno
sis that will tell positvely that one is
not a victim of tape worm.
"The most common symptom of this
trouble is an abnormal appetite. At
times the person is ravenously hungry
and cannot get enough to eat. At
other times the very sight of food is
loathsome. There is a gnawing,
faint sensation at the pit of the stom
ach, and the victim has headaches, fits
of dizziness and nausea. He cannot
sleep at night and often thinks he is
suffering from nervous prostration.
"I have a treatment which has had
wonderful success in eliminating these
great creatures from the system. In
the course of its regular action in aid
ing digestion, and ridding the blood,
kidneys and liver of impurities, it has
proven fatal to these great worms. If
one has a tape worm, this treatment
will, in nine cases out of ten, stupefy
and pass it away, but if not, the
treatment will rebuild the run-down
person, who is probably suffering
from stomach trouble and a general
anaemic condition. My doctors re
port marvelous success here with this
treatment. Fully a dozen persons
have passed these worms, but they are
naturally reticent about discussing
them, and of course we cannot violate
their confidence by giving their names
to the public.
Letters addressed to Professor J. M.
Milnyon, care Owl Drug Co, San Fran
cisco, Cal., will receive as careful at
tention as though the patient called in
person. Medical advice and consulta
tion absolutely free. Not a penny to
Varying Opinions of Man.
Man has been defined by Aristotle
as "a reasoning animal;" by Plato as
"a political animal;" by Dante aa "a
ridiculous animal;" by Varchl and by
John Fiske as "an Improvable ani
mal;" and Boerhave calls him "mud
worked ud by the hand of God."
Tou think the will marry again T"
"I consider It probable. Her late but
band left aome tobacco coupons, but
not enough to get anything with."
AH HDD Hi
Philanthropist Gives Kansas
College a Cemetery
In Time This Unique Gift la Ex
pected to Net More Than One
Million Dollars to Bene
ficiaries. Topeka, Kan. Nearly all college
have large endowments of money, se
curities and real estate given by
friends and by people interested in
the cause of education. The funds are
all Invested In bonds, stocks and real
estate, which do exceptionally well It
they return more than five or six per
oent on the Investment Many re
ligious organlzatipns have similar en
dowments. But Washburn college of
Topeka and the Topeka Young Men's
and Young Women's Christian as
sociations have one of the most novel
endowments In the country. It is a
cemetery and as far as known this Is
the only college In the United States
which numbers among its chief as
sets a share In the profits of a ceme
tery. Many churches have cemeteries,
but the Topeka Y. W. C. A. and Y. M.
C. A. are believed to be the only non
sectarian religious organizations with
an endowment of this kind.
A. B. Whiting, a Topeka merchant,
decided to leave a permanent endow
ment to the two Topeka Institutions.
He selected $25,000 as the beginning
of his endowment and then began
casting about for some plan of invest
ment which would actually net the
greatest Income to the three Institu
tions to which he desired to contrlb
uate. He investigated all kinds of
business ventures, bond and stock
returns and real estate Investments
and finally decided upon a cemetery
as the best possible Investment tor
the college and Christian associations.
His Investment of the modest endow
ment is expected to return to the col
lege and the two young people's asso
ciations considerably more than a mil
lion dollars before the sources oC
revenue from the sale of lots In the
cemetery are cut off.
Mr. Whiting bought the Mount Hope
cemetery grounds, 160 acres, one and
one-half miles west of Topeka. The
land alone cost $16,000 and left 19,000
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lv. Of all dealer of
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160 II Kalb At.
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Thorouahly equipped, lteatitiful lorntlou.
Treats all Uewi. riiieulnlixts in ChroDlo,
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Write for Literature and Information. It will
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Invalids and others needing skilled treatment
write for particulars.
409 Commonwealth Bldg., Portland, Or.
COME TO PORTLAND AND BE CURED IN FIVE DAYS
VARICOSE VEINS, HERNIA, BLOOD POISON
No severe operations, many cases permanently cured in one
treatment. Most time-saving, most natural, Dost safe. A
radical and permanent care. I give my word and will cite
yon toother medical authorities that tis is a fact. I am cer
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are the keystones to success. I have the best equipped
medical ollice on the Coast I will ji ve $5uu to any charity as
guarantee that every statement in tbisaiinouneeinentli true.
I invite you to come to my oilice. I will explain to you my
treatment for Varicose Veins, Hernia, Nervous Debility
ISlood Poison, Piles, Fistula, Bladder, Kidney, Proetatie and
all Men's Ailments and give yon FKEK a physical examina
tion; if necessary a microscopical and chemical analysis of
aecretiona, to determine pathological and bacterioloirical con.
ditions. Every man should take advantage of this oppor
tunity to learn their true condition. A ptrmantnt Curt it
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WRITTEN GUARANTEE My written guarantee means a cure or
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dollar you hare paid. My services cost you nothing unless I
cure your Varicose Veins, Hernia, Piles, Fistula, iilood Pol
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and no more than you are able and willing to pay for benefits.
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A, G. Smith M. D.
I sa the saly cstoaiist ia roniaaa' wae
soes a sdvemse a tcntisas asiae or
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Basse sai senaaalhr Wilis' set air odbce.
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covery. "606" ia cues of Specific Blooa Pouos. It cure, in one treat
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ID k fi fill ITU MIlEalBOH It., COK. BECOM
Ulfs As Hi OWI I n roKtLAiD. OKiaoi
I 0,TMC 1
IGlMPUXlOrJ V I
f sasMMsw loraafVekTTj(3. 1
Was Equal to the Occasion.
The elder Sothern, the creator of
(ho Lprd Dundreary fame, was es
tremely sensitive to Interruptions of
any sort. Seeing a man In the act of
leaving his hox during the delivery of
one of the actor's best speeches he
Ehouted out: "HI, you sir, do you
know there Is another act?" The of
fender was equal to the occasion, how
ever; he turned to the actor and an
swered cheerfully: "Oh, yes; that's
why I'm going!" In Lighter Vein.
THE TRUTH ABOUT BLUING.
Talk No. I.
Avoid liquid bluing. Every drop
f water is adulteration. Half a cent's
worth of blue in a large bottle filled
with water is sold for 6 cents or 10
cents in many places.
Always use RED CROSS BALL
BLUE, the blue that's all blue. A
large two-oz. package, all blue, sells
for 5 cents, or 4-oz. for 10 cents. De
lights the laundress. AT ALL GOOD
Our Life's Work.
We are not sent Into this world to
do anything Into which we cannot
put our hearts. We have certain work
to do for our bread and that is to he
lone strenuously; other work to do
for our delight and that is to be done
heartily; neither Is to be done by
halves or shifts, but with a will; and
what 1b not worth this effort Is not to
be done at all. John Ruskln.
Y. M. C. A. EXPANDS.
When You ThM l iCl
Of the pain which many women experience with every
month it makes the gentleness and kindness always associ
ated with womanhood seem to be almost a miracle.
While in general no woman rebels against what she re
gards as a natural necessity tkere is bo woman who would
not gladly be tree from this reourring period of pain.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes
weak women strong and tick women
well, and Hives them freedom from pain.
It establishes regularity, subdues latlam
motion, heals ulceration and cures te
Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierca by letter,
free. All correspondence atrintlv
confidential. . Write wtthout fear and without fee to World's Disoensarv M.oV
cal Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N.Y. ' '
If you want book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to etira
them at home, send 21 one-cent stamp, to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of ma?Hnl
enfy, and he will send yoirM copy of hi. great thou.and-page il uTtr. ed
SSir' up;:-date edition-ia paper '
; GILLESPIE SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION
I 534 Morrison St., Portland, Oregon.
. Two-year courses for teachers, readers and public speakers. Graduates after complatlnf
two years of post-Kraduate work, granted professional diplomas. Continuous classes from 9 to
1 o'clock, five days per week. Individual lessons with either the principal or ths assistants,
! afternoons and evenings.
; EMMA W. GILLESPIE, Principal.
As Uncle Eben 8ees It.
"Do reasun," said Uncle Eben, "dat
tome men walks de floor because of
lelr debts is because it's warmer an'
mo' comf'abl dan glttln' out and
buildln' fences or shovelln' snow."
Cemetery Entranoe and Donor.
to begin the improvement work. This
was four years ago and the permanent
Improvement work of the cemetery
has been going on ever since and will
continue forever. The property has
been deeded to a board of trustees, of
which Mr. Whiting is president and
also general superintendent of the
cemetery. This board has been incor
porated for 1,000 years and it Is bound
to maintain the cemetery forever. No
grave can ever be neglected, as under
the terms of the charter the board Is
compelled to set aside a certain part
of its revenue to go into a perpetual
care fund, the interest on this fund
being sufficient to care for the prop
erty. The college and the Christian asso
ciations receive two-thirds of the en
tire sum obtained from the sale of
lots in the cemetery, and they cas
use the money for any purpose they
decide. No one except the actual work
ers In the cemetery receive a salary
and no dividends except to the col
lege and Christian associations are
declared. The college receives about
one half of the total amount received
from the sale of lots. The Young
Women's Christian association re
ceives the next largest share and the
Y. M. C. A. the next division. All the
rest of the money from the sale of
lots and the amount received for open
ing graves and caring for lots goes
Into the perpetual care fund of the
New Booklet Just Out Can Be Had
for the Asking.
The Portland Young Men's Chris
tian Association Is about to enter
upon a new era In its work, in ex
tending the advantage of Its educa
tional department to the entire
state. While a great majority of
the 1400 students enrolled In night
and day classes are residents of
Portland, yet a large and Increasing
number are now enrolling from towns
and cities outside of Portland.
The different courses offered in
clude a full Commercial course,
comprising Shorthand, Bookkeeping
and related subjects; a college pre
paratory course, a graded course In
elementary subjects for bys and
vocational courses euch as plumbing,
carpentry, sheet metal, bricklaying,
electrical work, automobile repair
and driving. Many students trained
In these classes are now occupying
Important positions in the buslnesa
houses of Portland.
An attractive booklet entitled "Ac
tivities" has Just been issued by the
association and contains a statement
of all Educational Courses. The Edu
cational Director will mail this book
let to all persons wno desire It.
Classes for day school open Sep
tember 5th, night classes September
25th. From present indications an
unusually large registration is antici
Wealth Not Always Advantage,
Advantage, opportunity, ohance,
luck! They are all on the side of the
boy born In obscurity, brought up in
poverty. Provided he be endowed with
the will that brooks no obstacle, with
the mental ability to conceive great
thoughts, to plan great undertakings,
the boy is all the more blessed who li
not handicapped by wealth.
Mrs. Iloyle Who was the best man
at your wedding? Mrs. Doyle There
were only two in the wedding party,
and so It is proper to call on the
Big 8tlok for Cupid.
In a few isolated cases it would be
better if Cupid could throw away bis
bow and arrow and break the monot
ony by swinging a club.
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irith the picture of my fifteen year old
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Mass., tor advice, free.
It is a great help
in cases of Stomach
and Bowel Ills or
Try it today.
Mexico is a country of wonderful re
sources. As far as mining and agr
culture goes It is superior to somi
good parts of the United States. Ths
climate in some places is In man;
ways about as fine aa anywhere in
the world. With the right population
in Mexico it would mean train loads ol
food and minerals and billions of doV
Jargs for the rest of the world. Too
know a long time ago Canada wai
thought to be only fit for furring,
Ashing and trapping, and all the world
thought Canada was but a dreary
waste of ice plains with plenty ol
mountains of useless snow. But to
day you see where Canada is and
maybe in another ten years Mexico
will undergo a greater change In lb
self and in the opinion of the world
than has Canada.
Deep Mines Don't Pay.
There is little or no ground for th
belief that valuable metallic deposits
lie very deep In the earth's crust
With few exceptions, qre deposits be
come too lean to repay working below
8,000 feet. Nine mines in ten, tak
ing the world as a whole, are poorei
in the second thousand feet than in
the first thousand, and poorer yet la
the third thousand than in the seoond,
Luminous Human Eye.
A scientist claims that the eye la so
luminous that a 'person seated In a
totally dark room can see the move
ment of his arm by the light of hli
own eyea. l-"s-)i
Lost and Found a. fVBart.
Nothing eema 8o hopelessly lost,
when it is lost, as a heart; yet noth
ing, when it is lost, Is by the expert,
ence of the centuries so absolute!
certain of recovery. Puck.
KANSAS HAS A STORM DRILL
Drives away Flies, Mosquitoes and Gnats.
It protects fiorsea and cattle from attacks
of insects, enabling them to feed and
ileep in peace. It prevents loss of weight
and strength from worry caused by
ittacVs of insects, and from the irritation
of their .bites and stings. There is a
tatisfaction in the relief it affords
domestic animals from the scourge of
oiaddening parasites and flies, besides the
profit in returns. Horses do more work
n less feed and cows yield more and
setter milk when relieved from the frenzy
.ncited by constantly fighting a swarm
f voracious, insatiable insects.
Four sias, ?sc, 50c, 75c and i.5
Isk your merchant for it.
3oyt Chemical Co. Portland, Oregon
School Cyclone Cellars Are Becoming
Popular Since Twisters Are More
Frequent Puplls Unsasy.
Leavenworth, Kan. Under an order
of the school board of Brown county
every schoolhouse within Its borders
will hereafter be supplied with a cy
clone cellar, to which the teacher
must lead her pupils whenever any
sign of a twister appears in the sky.
The cyclone drill is now a part of
the dally school routine, Instead of
the fire drill in city schools. Brown
county Is where fully a third of the
school houses were destroyed by a
tornado. 80 many pupils were hurt
and scared that It was decided that
a place of refuge must be provided at
The parents of the youngsters were
unanimous for this reform. Practi
cally every farmer In that section,
which seems peculiarly susceptible to
violent windstorms, has what Is
known in Kansas as "a 'frald hole,"
and there Is no reason why their chil
dren shouldn't be equally protected.
More than $100,000 will be expended
in new achoolbouses In the country,
Instead of the old white school house
of pioneer days each will be a modern
brick building, with a basement for
the furnace and a specially construct
ed cellar of refuge.
Before and After.
Why la It that It pleases a married
woman to be called "Miss" and makes
a single woman mad to be called
"Mrs.?" What do the glrla want
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
No Sharing Profits.
M. Paul was a grocer in a French
town. Rats overran the place and a
price of two sous a head was placed
upon them by the town council. M.
Paul's errand boy, working early and
late, managed to slay 00 rats la the
cellars and attics of the shop. The
boy took them to the town ball, and,
returning jubilant to the grocer's,
ihowed M. Paul the nine francs he
bad gained. The grocer held out his
palm. "Hand the money over," he
laid. "You knew very well those rati
were mine, not yours!"
Constipation causes and aggravates
Tiany serious diseases. It is thorough
y cured by Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel
ets. Tho favorite family laxative.
A cat was being chased along the
roof of a New York building. It lost
Its balance and foil on a boy who was
Handing on a balcony on the second
Boor. The startled boy fell In his
turn, landing on a baby carriage, for
tunately empty, which another boy
was wheeling In the street. The first
boy dislocated his wrist; the cat was
Mothsra will find Mrs. WlntloWi Bonthlng
lyrup tii best romedr to use for thair children
luilDK tb toetliiuK ixirlixl.
HAPPY OLD AGE
May be promoted by those who
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Sently cleanse the system, now and
len, when in need of a laxative
remedy, by taking a deseitspoonful
of the ever refreshing, wholesome
and tiuly beneficial Syrup of Figs
ind Elixir of Senna, which is the
only family laxative generally ap
proved by the most eminent phy
sicians, because it acts in a natural,
itrengthening way and warms and
tones up the internal organs without
weakening them. It is equally benefi
icialfor the very young and the mid
dle aged, as it is always efficient and
free from all harmful ingredients. To
get its beneficial effects it is always
necessary to buy the genuine, bear
ing the name cf the Company
California Fig Syrup Co. plainly
printed on the front ol every package.
A Lost Art.
Another art has been lostl There
aas a time when the elegant woman
ok a legitimate pride In her manner
f ascending a stair. In this day of
levators, If there still exist women
irho have the manner, there are few
italrs worthy to serve as a stage on
which they may exhibit It.
Shake Into Your Shoes
UIpti's Foot-Easo. a powder for tha feet It eurea
.aiiiful, Hwollen, smarting, awnatins; feot Makea
rr HhoeB cany. Holil by all Druififistaand Shoa
itores. IWt acrept any substitute. Sample
''HEIJ. Address A. H. Olmsted. La Itoy. N. X.
No Time Wasted,
Oiaf Larson, working in a millinery
varehouse, backed Into an elevator
ihaft and fell down five stories with a
oad of boxes. Horror-stricken, the
ither employes ruBhed down the
italrs, only to find him picking hinv
iclf unharmed out of the rubbish.
'Ess de boss mad?" he whispered
lautlously. "Tal' 'em Ay had to come
lown for nails anyway." Success
Envelopes for Packing.
Envelopes used In packing, small ar
Icles will be found better than boxes,
is they take up less room. Stout, col
apslble envelopes, which may be
wught where office supplies are sold,
rill be found satisfactory. Oloves,
tandkerchlefs, neck arrangements,
itc, may be kept nicely In such en-loses.
BELMONT AUTO SCHOOL
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rooaj. ' Tuilios m J3S cask; S4J
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A Touic, Alterative and Kesolvent. The
best remedy for Kidneys, I,lver and Bowels.
Eradicates Pimples, Kruptions and Disorders
of the 8kin. I'uriiies the Iilood and gives
Tone, Strength tad Vigor to the catiie sysicm.
WHY PAY MORE?
Men's High Grade Black or Tan Oxfords, New
ex t Spring Styles, All Leathers, 13.60 values, all
sizes go at
Promptly II I led
ROYAL SHOE COMPANY
229 Morrison St., Bet. 1st and 2d, Portland. On
Limitations of the Brain. ..
"You cannot educate or draw out of
any brain more than nature has al
ready put Into It. Some day, perhapsj
we shall try to adapt our education to
oosslbilltles." Anatole Prance.
Stop It! And why not? Fall
ing hair is a disease, a regular
disease; and Ayer's Hair Vigor,
as made from our new im
proved formula, quickly and
completely destroys that dis
ease. The hair stops falling
out, grows more rapidly, and
all dandruff disappears.
Doej not change the color of the hair.
formula with swa kettle
Show tt te yoaf
Ask him earn It,
than do aa ha says
The little book In each package gives
the formula of our new Hair Vigor, tells
why each ingredient Is used, and ei
plains many other Interesting things.
After reading you will know why this new
hair preparation does Its work so well.
Md by tha 1. 0. Ayar Co., Lowell. Mass.
IIKN writing to advertlsaTa plaaa
niautlon this paper.