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MRS.' DE PASSE-.
OF NEW YORK CITY
Koine "New York Cllmbera, ' "
Whim nil bus been said there Is no
cty on earth whore merit Is ho quickly
recognized and rewarded, as In New
"I foiifiiltod Feveral PliytcinnB, Tmt York, A boy enters the service of a
They Did Me No Good. Peru-na
mid Muii-a-lln II el nod Me.
lWWMTrf triictlori system. True,
7 , tlngiilslied lawyer nnd
xmw lirM ""'. i't -tart
MRS. AfclNE DePASSE.
Mrs. Aline Del'iisse, 776 E.
St., New York, N. Y., writes:
"It gives me pleasure to testify to
the curative qualities of Peruna and
"I was afflicted for over seven
years with catarrh of the head, throat
and digestive organs. I consulted
many physicians, but they did me no
"One day I happened to read some
testimonials in your Peruna almanac.
1 decided to try Peruna and Manalln.
I bought a bottle of each, and after
taking them for a week I noticed a
change for the better. Bo I kept it
up, and after using twelve bottles I
was perfectly cured.
"I also gave the medicine to my
children and they had the same bene
ficial result. I would never be with
out these remedies In the house.
"I highly recommend Peruna and
Manalln to all'my friends, and in fact
Miss Mildred Grey, 110 Weimer
St., Appleton, Wis., writes:
"It gives me pleasure to recom
mend Peruna for catarrh of the
stomach. I had this disease for a
number of years, and could not en
Joy a mouthful of food that I ate.
It was indeed a great relief when I
hit upon Peruna, and obtained de
cided results from the first. I took
six bottles before 1 felt entirely cured
of my trouble, but I had an aggra
railroad corporation nnd at the age of
28 he is general manager of a great
he has a (11s
at the bottom,
and his promotion Is due to his own
exertion. Such Is the career of Oren
II. II. Vreolnnd, a brakeman with
out pull, mines himself In a short pe
riod to the presidency of the Metropol
itan Hallway Company. Within two
generations all the siHH'tacular for
tunes of New York have been made
Howard of merit comes quickly In
comparatively obscure lawyer, Is se
lected to conduct an Important Inves
tigation In which the whole Country is
interested. Wltnout having previously
held oflice, a very novice, he Is made a
governor. Broadway Magazine. (
In Media riea,
"What are you working at now, Car
rels?" "For the Inst three days I have been
working under the bead of 'unfinished
"Just moved into a new house."
First Interne What a funny little ap'
pendix that last patient had!
Second Interne Yes; regular comic
' "Can you recommend this phono
graph?" queried the prospective pur
chaser. ' -
"I can, but It lsnt necessary, re
plied the dealer. "It speaks for it
Crop ltotullon and Root-Aphl.
From the fact that In the midst of
the corn belt, and where the root-aphis
Is known to prove destructive under
certain conditions, almost complete Im
munity Is secured where a system of
crop rotation has been carried out for
many years, Involving but one corn
crop In' the cycle of rotation, It Is self
evident that this 'measure offers the
greatest protection from the ravages of
this pest, says a government report.
Indeed, It is only where such a sys
tem of crop rotation Is not practicable
that the root-aphis need be considered
In farm practice. To the eastward,
where there is more general rotation
of crops, this pest does but little In
Unfortunately, local conditions, often
extending over large sections of coun
try, will not permit of crop rotation
a i. ... nt in hihinT trpnomilv fiflnnred. and some oth-
A 1UULU1 UIIIC1 van II m V. y ' v , " .... ,
town of East Wolseley, England, the er plan more feasible must be put into
practice. Two other methods may be
followed. One of these Is practicable
throughout the corn-growing section of
the country in seasons of not more
than normal precipitation during the
time Intervening between the first
plowing of the ground and the first
cultivation of the young corn. The oth
er is perhaps best adapted to the south
ern portion of the country on account
of the milder winters.
other day for passing a cart on the wrong
Mothers will find Mrs. WlnsIoWs Soothing
By nip the lust remedy to use for their children
luring the teething period.
"Frighted by Fains Fire."
"I'm afraid to take fencing lessons,
for 'tis such an exhausting exercise."
"Not a bit of It. Who told you so?"
"Malzle Is taking them, and she al
ways Is talking about how she feints
so often while she's practicing." Bal
timore American. v
Where 15 LanKUgei Are Spoken. '
Winnipeg is where they do things.
This is really the place where the fron
tier was abolished by the real estate
regicides. A kingdom is sold daily in
Winnipeg, an army is marched in by
rail to occupy it over night.
The yards of the Canadian Pacific rail
way alone in Winnipeg have over 120
miles of trackage, and they need it. The
Immigrants come by battalion English
men in caps, Scotchmen in bonnets, Bre
ton French in blue coats, Germans,
Swedes, Norwegians, Austrians, Mennon
ites, Galicians all manner of furtive
folk and wild.
There are fifteen known languages in
the Winnipeg schools, and a lot too late
to classify. When you see a stranger you
cannot tell whether or not he is within
the range of human speech. You bitterly
reflect only that he is one of those who
have wiped out the old frontier, lost it
forever to those who love the wilderness.
Outing Magazine. i
St. Vitus' Dance una all Nervous Diseases
permanently cured by Dr. Kline's Or-at
Jiorve Restorer. Sena tor i bwi izmai doiub ana
treatise. Dr. K. 11. Kline. lid., usi Arcii au, ruua.,ra,
"DIs am a lazy world, deacon," re
marked Bruddah Sunflower.
" 'Deed et am," replied Deacon Ded
berry. - '
"Yeas, Bah. Ef you was to tell some
people dey cud reach de seventh heben
free of charge dey would ask you when
de elevator was going up."
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of L&aStt&Z&W.
Experiment with I.amlm.
Some breeds of sheep attain heavy
weights If pushed from the start, but
they must 'have rich pastures and be
given plenty of grain. A full allowance ,
of hay will be sufficient, with but little'
grain, but some of the mutton breeds
can consume over two pounds of grain
each per day. An experiment with
lambs at the Iowa station showed that
109 Iambs of various breeds consumed
3-1,501 pounds ol food In ninety days
and gained 4,678 pounds, while seven
selected individuals of the breeds con
sumed 23,792 pounds of food and
gained 3,281 pounds. The gain was at
the rate of one pound increase in live
weight for each 7.37 pounds of food
(dry matter) of all breeds tested, and
one pound fpr each 7.25 pounds of food
by the seven special breeds, the food
consisting of coTn, oats, bran, oil meal,
turnips, mangels-, pea hay, clover hay
and timothy, the average gain being a
little over half a pound a day. The
cost of the gain in live weight was 2.88
ceuts per pound for the selected breeds
and 2.93 cents for the others. This
does not Include the fleece, labor or
manure. The lambs sold at $4.75 per
hundred pounds, live weight, and the
yearlings at $4.25. Shropshire year
lings dressed over 62 per cent. Where
early lambs are gotten into market the
prices received are sometimes very
high, and the growth of the lambs Is
promoted by liberal feeding and care.
The object In calling attention to the
mutton breeds Is to show the Impor
tance of feeding lambs and sheep, in
stead of depending on cheap lands and
scanty pastures. In the summer give
the sheep good pastures and grain; in
winter, feed a variety of food, using
plenty of hay and grain, and give them
comfortable quarters at night
' Good Variety o( Plnm.
The Lincoln plunl here shown Is de
scribed by the Ohio experiment sta
tion as being of a variety of rare
"You should see what he writes to
me," said the sentimental girl.
"Yes,", rejoined Miss Cayenne; "bul
the question is, will he show as much
THE LINCOLN PLUM.
isiai 4m W WKWUftl TBI THBfcv CHdlJX yPV!&
enthusiasm In drawing a check for the j beauty and excellent for market, one
grocer's bill as he does in composing a of the best early plums; quite
love letter?" Washington Star. f e from rot ln Bome Beasons; first
blossoms May 7, full bloom May 10,
last blossoms May 15; ln full fruitage
Fruit large to very large, roundish
oblong, blunt at apex, slightly necked;
stem long nnd strong nnd set at an
anele: suture distinct, slightly de-
Catarrh i3 not merely an inflammation of the tissue3 of the head and pressed : color light greenish yellow.
throat, as the symptoms cf ringing noises In the ears, mucous dropping back .overspread with a beautiful shade of
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inio me iaroai, couunuui awj4.in unu tpuuQg, cia;., wuuiu ctcm iu luulj crimson; dots many, very minute ana
cate; it is. a blood disease in which the entire circulation and the greater i jnaistinct bloom, thin lilac: flesh
pare wine system are Jnvoiyeu. wuura uue w uc P w na H ht n fl ,t rather j
cf uric acid the blood. .The Lver, Tkmbty t m onl fal tree onl a
come torpid and dull in their action and instead of carrying off the refuse ' ' ' ' but healthv and
and waste of the body, leave it to sour and form uric acid in the system; moaernto JSt iS - fn
This is taken up by the blood and through its circulation distributed to all for ft shapely head ; foliage
parts of the system. These impurities in the blood irritate and inflame prolific, but not so much so as to re
the different membranes and tissues of the body, and the contracting Quire thinning of the fruit
cf a cold will start the secretions and other disgusting and disagreeable
eymptoms of Catarrh. As the blood goes to all part3 of the body the ca
tarrhal poison affect3 all parts of the system. The head has a tight, full
taaMnrr tiACA rrrti i nnn11 rr fttrrTf1 nn rtnitid ciVimria tSi T7fG. Rlifrht fevefl
comes and goes, the stomach is upset and the entire system disordered and ' sma11 Quantity at a time, as it
. :. ... affected bv this disease. It is a waste of , "set" Apply It somewhat in a
w!?fflMaTa!5 time to try to cure Catarrh with sprays, condition, and then make a second ap
Vieen worse. I triod everythim washes, inhalations, etc. Such treatment plication. First remove the earth from
itftod? lTheSffceUanB!sB.0s.ni does not reach the blood, and can( therefore, 'the trunk of the tree and apply the ce-
taiiirtwowMo5SS! the discomfort of the trouble. To cure face of the ground and a foot above.
U'his was fix yoara apo, ana I art Catarrh permanentlj' t.:o blood must, be It will also protect against the gnaw
To Protect Trees from Borers
Mix cement with skim milk and ap
ply with a stiff brush. Mir only
know there is. nothlnar oa erta 0f all poisons, and at the same time
batter for the blood than S. S. S. . . . it.h.! iv
Nobody thinks more of 8. S. 8. sirengmenea ana cunt up. turning ojuai
than i do. uktHL&aavn,
S. S. S. for this ouroose. It attacks the
disease at its head, goes down to the very,
bottom of the trouble and makes a complete
and lasting cure. S. S. S. removes every,
Care of the Lawn.
Be careful ln mowing the lawn dur
ine very dry weather. If the grass
' particle of the catarrhal poison from the p0t i8 kept too close the grass may die
, wood, mating tms vital stream pure, iresu out should there be a lack of sufficient
ing of rabbits and mice if put on two
feet above the surface, as it becomes
moisture. The cutting of grass weak
ens the plant at first, as every succes
sive growth is in the direction of pro-
and healthy. Then the inflamed mem
branes begin to heal, the head is loosened
and cleared, the hawking and spitting cease,
every symptom disappears, the constitution is built up and vigorous health idudng geedi Any plant, can be de-
resrorea. - o. o. o. a so tones up uw fttunuKa . nu uiguou uu troyed If kept cut close to the ground,
fine tonic to the entire system. If you are suffering with Catarrh begin the ' . ..
use of S. a S. and write u3 a statementof your case and our physicians will ' , becomM exhaugted;
1? 6dYicb,When moisture Is abundant however,
WM1, W, w'.c; mmZ? the plant has better opportunlUes to
..... .... . w. w... i renew Its growth.
Sanking by Mail
On cavings deposits of a dollar
or more, compounded twice
every year. It is just as easy
to open a Savings Account with
ts by Mail as if you, lived next
door. Send for our free book
let, "Banking by Mail," and
learn full particulars. Address
Oregon Trust &
Sixth and Washington Sts.
Growing a lot of pumpkins In the
field of corn Is an old practice, but it
is doubtful if pumpkins so grown are
as profitable as when grown as a sep
arate crop from corn. The pumpkins
will prevent the proper cultivation of
corn, as working the corn destroys the
pumpkin vines, the result being that
late weeds get a chance to grow and
mature. It is urged, in defense of
growing pumpkins In the corn field
that they do not interfere with cultl
vation until the corn is "laid by," but
much depends upon the land, rainfall
and thoroughness of cultivation. Corn
should never, be , "laid by" as long as
weeds and grass can have an opportu
nlty to grow, cultivation being given It
if it is possible for a horse to pass
along the rows.
Radishes are hardy plants, and the
seed germinates and starts in a few
days after being planted. They can be
grown now ln a cold frame, provided
It Is covered at night and contains
enough fresh manure to create slight
warmth underneath. The best radishes
are those that are forced from the
start, as they will be then crisp and
tender. They can be had on the table
early In the year and until late ln the
BRING YOUR TOOTH TROUBLES TO US.
Before Going Elsewhere.
DR. B. C. WRIGHT,
342K Washington St. Portland, Oregon
Gsiollne Engines snd Irri
Waterloo WU Drills
Built espeolnlljr for worlt
in tile northwest, brill
lntf and nsnlng tools.
We carry a larue siocK.
Write usaU your machin
ery wants. Well drillers?
contract blanioi iree
COMPANY, 182-4-4 Mor
rlion 8fc, Fortl&nd, Or.
destroys all the
flies and affords
home in dining
room and evpry
place where fiiea
Clean, neat nnd
will not soil or
Try thom once and you will never he without them.
, . nub Jtepi. uy uanjtun. buhl it?i'uiu ,ui auv.
EABOLD BOUEEB, lit BeKalb Avs., Brooklyn, H. 7.
Convenient Turkey Coop.
This coop may be of any preferred
size, but not smaller than four by six
feet, thirty Inches high. The posts may
be of two-by-three-lnch strips, with
one-by-two-lnch strips fastened thereto,
to which lath or wire may be nailed,
as preferred. The sides are of cut
lath, the top being of wire. Boards or
PLAN FOB TUBKEY COOP.
Instantly kills lice on Poultry by its
fumes. It is very powerful the strong
est of oU lice killers. It Is a necessary
remedy. Because lice-Infected poultry can
not lay or thrive. Sold by dealers. Made
only by Chas. II. Lilly Co., Seattle, Port
land, San Frnctsco.
tarred paper may be used as a covering
over a portion of the coop, as a protec
tion against sudden showers, under
which portion a box open at one end
only to the coop, as the turkeys should
be on the ground during the day.
Hens in Summer.
The cheapest way to keep a flock of
hens in summer is to turn them on a
range, and let them pick up all the
food required, as they will fill their
crops several times a day with bugs,
grass seeds, worms, etc. When fed
grain during warm weather the fowls
are liable to become too fat, in which
condition the hens do not lay and are
then also more liable to disease. Eggs
may not be high ln summer; but they
can be produced at a very small cost
at that season if the hens' are made to
seek their food.
THE BREAKERS HOTEL '
North Beach, Washington, the leading
resort In the Northwest. Now open.
Right on the edge of trie ocean
beach. Klectrio lights, steam
heat, lint and cold salt water in
every bath tub, public bath, pri
vate bath, and postofhee in the
, building. Private dairy, private
' livery stable, private vegetable i
garden, private poultry yariia.
Two tennis courts, four bowl
ing alleys, roller skating, golf,
horseback riding with private
teachor. A beautiful lake in the
. hotel grounds, boat riding, bil
liards, pool, private hotel orches
tra, two pianos, pianola, orehes
trelle, excellent dancing pavil
ion. Write for Free Booklet
' THE BREAKERS HOTEL
NOTICE The following announcements are
from leading business men and firms, and artv
well worthy your careful reading. The Hat.
may contain Just the proposition you are look
The only tracts on the market where you can
contract to sell your crop. Ten trains a day.
Abundance of water. Price 1160.00 per acre
easy payments come in or write for parttutk-
BEECHER fc THOMPSON
Spokane. Washington. . 110 Steven
P. N. U.
No. 27- 07
TTHEN writing; to advertisers pleaae
mention this paper.