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WOMEN OF THE UNITED STATES !
Regard Périma as Their Shield Against Catarrh,
Coughs, Colds, Grip and Catarrhal Diseases.
MRS. BELVA A. LOCKWOOD, LATE CANDIDATE FOR THE PRESIDENCY.
Mrs. Belva Lockwood, the eminent barrister of tVsahington, D. C., is the
only woman who has ever been a candidate for the Presidency of the United
States. She is the best known woman in America. As the pioneer of her sex
In the legal profession she has gathered fame and fortune. In a letter to The
Peruna Medicine Company, she says:
“I have used your Peruna both for myself and my mother, Mrs.
Hannah J. Bennett, now in her 88th year, and I find it an invaluable
remedy for cold, catarrh, hay fever and kindred diseases; also a good
tonic for feeble and old people, or those run down, and with nerves
BELVA A. LOCKWOOD.
Catarrh may attack any organ of the body. Women are especially liable to
catarrh of the pelvic organs. There are one hundred cases of catarrh of the
pelvio organs to one of catarrh of the head. Most people think, because they
have no catarrh of the head, they have no catarrh at all. This is a great mis
take, and is the cause of many cases of sickness and death. “Health and
Beauty’’ sent free to women only, by The Peruna Medicine Co., Clumbus, Ohio.
The Ark Not Found.
Little might it be thought that the
Emerald Ise was suspected of entomb
ing any relics of Bible times. But the
Imagination of some one has been more
•otive and eccentric.
Meath there is a Royal Mound of the
Hill of Tara, on which, for 1,000 years
the kings of Ireland were crowned. A
gentleman named Glover, who has
obviously developed some strong symp
toms of British Israelism, was con
vinced that the Ark of the Covenant
lay buried beneath the mound, and,
consequently, proceeded on a subter
ranean expedition in search of the lost
treasure. But, after expensive excava
tions, which the landlord permitted
and the board of works had no legal
power to prevent, and after weeks of
fruitless search, the fancied explorer
gave up his quest.
Com paring Note».
Mrs. Jones—My husband is the light
of my life.
Mrs. Smith—So is mine. One of the
kind that smokes and goes out nights.
—Chicago Daily News.
The Plensantest, Most Powerful and
Effective Neverfailing Remedy for
LA GRIPPE Hiid CATARRH!
If all knew what thousands know oi
▼ rammaam the efficacy of “5 DROPS” as a Cu
rative as we»l as a Prev> n !ve of any Ache or Pain
known to the human body, there would not be a
lamiiy in all America without a bottle of *‘5
Drops!” Sen! for trial bottle, 2oC, or large bottle,
fl—containing 330 doses. 6 bottle^ for f5.
SWANSON RHEUMATIC CURE CO
160-164 E. Lak« St. Chicago, III.
Hundreds of Americans are working
Piso’s cure for consumption has been a
God-send tome.—Win. B. McClellan, Ches
ter, Florida, Sept. 17, 1895.
Bees raised in Texas are shipped to
“He told me last week that he had all parts of the world.
•o economize, but I don’t see that he VITALITY low,debilitated or exhausted cured by
Dr. Kline’s Invigorating Tonic. FREE fl. Trial
has been doing it.”
Bottle containing 2 Weeks’ treaiinent. Dr. Kline's
“Oh, well, you wouldn’t notice it, Institute, 931 Arch At., Philadelphia. Founded 1*71.
snyway. You see, he economizes by
Dayton Ohio, has a union soap fac
cutting down his wife’s expenses. ”— tory.
How Some Men Do It.
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
ing Syrup the best remedy to use for th»’»
children during the teething period.
Bookbinders in Omaha are organiz
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. \V. Grove’s signature
is on each box. 25c.
New York jewelers now enjoy the
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
S trip of F igs , manufactured by the
C alifornia F io S thup Co., illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in the form most refreshing to the
taste and acceptable to the system. It
Is the one perfect strengthening laxa
tive, cleansing the system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently vet promptly and enabling one
to overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
•very objectionable quality and sub
stance. and its acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal
In the process of manufacturing figs
•re used, as they are pleasant to the
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
Other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the C alifornia F io S yrup
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
affects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of the Company
printed on the front of every package.
By local application«, «8 they cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear. There is on y one
way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu
tionalremedies. Deafness it caused by an in
flamed condition of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets in
flamed j on have a rumbling sound or iinper
feet hearing, and when it if entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the inflamma
tion can be taken out and this tube rest ’red to
its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever; nine eases out oi t* n are canted by
catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed
condition of the mucous surfaces.
Wewiligive One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can '
not be cured by hall’s Catarrh Cure. Bend for
F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, O.
Bold by Druggists, 75c
Hail's Family Pills are the
Philadelphia will add 400 officers to
its police force.
Improved Train Equipment.
Saving to the Ln«t.
Geòrgie's Gab •
Pa Doctors the Ita by.
The Baby’s Got the Collick. I Bet
you it would Be a grait hit if Sum col-
lldge had It to Help hoop fer the foot
Ball team. Nite Befoar last paw did
elfi hardly Sleep a Wink ami you could
notus It ou Him Easy the next morning
By bls talk.
“I Like to no,” he says, “How the
bed of a Fambly Kin ern a Liven in the
Day time if He Don't git no Rest at
nite. Here I am pa.ven fifteen Doler»
a Weak fer a nurse wbat Don't seam
to no Enny more about a Baby than
me and Not Haff as mutch Beeoz I
had two Before this one. It's a Blame
swindul. all this trained Nurse bizness
thay go Into In the sitty. Look at our
Muthers Out In the country. Thay
Dlden’t Haft to have no Frills like these
when the Fambly was Glttiu so Big
thay Had to Bild a naddishen onto the
house Every year er so. But you Got
to Have a traned nurse now er thay
don’t Let you In Society enny more
Than if you Done your own House
work and Dlden’t go round tellin Folks
It was Becoz you advertized ate times
fer a Hired Gurl and never got a nan-
The nurse Told paw be wasen't Fit
to be a fawther, and he was agoin to
Talk Back, only Little albert throwed a
Tooth Brush at the pupp and nocked a
Hole thru one of the Windows, so thay
Dropt the Subjlct.
After Breckfust ant Fanny come In.
jtnd when site Herd about the Baby
belli sick she says:
“You must stop given it that kind of
food rite away. When my little Flor
ence was borned she had the same kind
of Trubble, so 1 fed her condensed milk
and she cum thru all rite.’
Purty soon Mrs. Rawson and Mrs.
Pond come in.
“My good miss,” Mrs. Rawson sed
when paw told Her about tlie Con
densed milk: “Don’t give her That. It
would Kill the Poor little Thing. I al-
wais Bring my Babies up on Stunley’s
otes water, and Tliay never Give me a
Bit of trubble.”
“I wouldent Dare to give no child of
mine that kind of stuff,” Mrs. I’ond told
paw. “You mite as well fead it Green
Cucumbers and Be Done with it. They
ain’t nothing Like malted milk fer a
Baby with the Collick, and if this nurse
Had enny sentz she would of knowetl it
at the start.”
Thay was about a Half a Dozen
other Ladies Come while paw was
Thinken about it to tell Him what ot to
Be done, and neerly all of them * <1 tliay
Had the Best dockter on erth and paw
ot to change Before It was too Late or
we wouldent Have no luck with the
After thay all Got thru paw went to
the Basket where the Baby was Sleep-
lit as peaceful as a Lam, and looked at
It a Long time, and then He went out
In the Hall, and got little albert's drum
and Begin to pound on it and Jump up
anil Down and Sing Git your munny's
Purty soon After that the Dockter
come nnd Hint and the Nurse sneeked
up Behind and the Furst tiling paw new
the Dockter was Holdin his arms fast
to His sides ad tryin to push Him into
a closet whare tliay wanted to Ixx-k
“Here, confound It,” paw Hollered,
“what are you tryin to Do?"
“Be Cam,” the Dockter told Him.
"We are your Frends. We are Goin to
purteckt you. It's all rite.”
“No It ain’t,” paw Hollered. “You
may think it is. But I ain't ¡Mtyln You
three dollars a Visit to Come Here and
Try to play Horse with me.”
By that Time the Dockter seen paw
wasent Crazy so he let go and nst what
he ment by niakln Butch a Racket.
"I was tryin to Keep the Baby awake
In the Day time so it would Give a pur-
son a ('linnet to sleap a Little at nite,”
paw told him.
“Then I Take It all Back." the Dock
ter sed. “I thot the Wimmin what are
alwais Cum men in and Tellen what to
Do with the Babies was the Worst fools
on Erth. But thay ain't.”—Geòrgie, in
His Last Jump.
A groceryman caught a young fox.
says a Philadelphia exchange, and no
knowing what else to do with it gave
it the run of the cellar. It was drowsy
during the daytime, and although the
door was then always open It made no
attempt to peer out into the world that
was only two bounds away. At night
the closed door prevented Its exit.
One Saturday after a busy day the
clerk forgot to close the door and the
fox got out. Over the grocery was an
apartment house, ami somehow the
fox went up the stairs unobserved and
out on the roof.
Then he looked down upon the busy
street below, and the noise and the
lights must have turned his brain. At
any rate, he leaped from the roof anil
landed on the pavement, and the poor
animal's breath was knocked out too
far ever to return.
The Ruling Passion.
“Yon have only an hour longer to
live,” sai<l the physician, solemnly, to
the wealthy miser on his deathbed. “1*
there anything you wish attended to
before you pass away?”
“Yes,” answered the stricken man
in faiut, yet eager tones. “I am glad
you spoke of it. Send for the barlier
at once and have him shave me before
I die. I only have to pay him 50 cents
for coming in to shave me now, and the
regular price is one fl for shaving a
dead man. Might as well save that
half-dollar while I’m about it.”—New
1 he Craving for Stimulants
The clergyman had finished and the 1
organ was pealing forth the sonorous I
rapture of the Mendelssohn march.
“One moment, George," said the ra
diant bride, ami, facing the audience,
she raised her exquisitely bound
though somewhat bulky prayer book in
her daintily gloved hands aud pointed
it directly at the brilliant audience.
There was a sharp click.
“All right, George,” said the bride,
And as they marched down the aisle
she showed him that the sup|>osed
prayer book wasn’t a prayerbook at all.
It was a camera!
“It’s my own idea, George,” she
whispered. “Clever, isn’t it?”—Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
“The Prudent Man Setteth
His House in Order."
Your humin tenement should be given
even more careful attention than the
house you live in. Set it in order by
thoroughly renovating your <whole system
through blood made pure by taking
Then every organ
VJill act promptly and regularly.
Has lately attracted a g*?at deal of atten
Where He’d Go,
tion. The use of them seems to be in
“Aren’t you afraid the law will tak*
creasing. This clearly shows an exhausted
condition of the nerves and blood, which
us in hand for gambling?” said th*
may be remedied only by strengthening
timid man who had just been persuad
the stomach. Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters
A new rival to Niagara Falls is pro ed into making an election bet.
will do this for vou. It cures dyspepsia,
jected at Newfane, N. Y., where a 50-
constipation ami nervousness.
“Never mind," answered the confi
foot dam is to be erected, and a large
number of factories are to be erected
He—Don’t vou think that girl over pieliminary to making it, as its pro
there is beautiful?
moters say, the greatest manufacturing
She (coldly critical)—Oh, I don’t town in America operated by elec
know. Who is she?
He—Mrs. Nuter. Just been mar
The estimated value of manufactured
She—Yes. I think she is—quite products in the South is placed at $1,-
beautiful.—Detroit Free Press.
dent politician. “Even if it does,
you’re all right. They wouldn’t semi
you to jail for making that bet.
They’d send you to the insane asylum. ”
No Longer a Competitor.
According to a chemical analysis 15
parts of the flesh of fish have about the
same nutritive value as 12 parts of
You can always smell a “dead
He has a costive-looking face.
His breath knocks you down.
He drags his feet
Listeners to his talk turn their
heads the other way.
His breath poisons God’s pure
He ought to keep clean inside»
— that means sweet breath, quick brain, swift moving feet. You can’t feel well
and act well with your bowels clogged, sending poison all through your system.
Clean them out gently but thoroughly and keep them clean with CASCARET5
Candy Cathartic, and you will find that all bowel ills and the nasty symptoms
that go with them are quickly and permanently
To any needy mortal, who can't afford to buy, wa will mail a box frea.® Addre»» Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York,
all kind »
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‘Quick Delivery Guaranteed. A LINE HARD TO BEAT.
CLEVELAND CHAINLESS Bevel Gear)................................$75
CLEVELAND CHAIN ROADSTER..................................... 50
A/.T CLEVELAND CHAIN ROADSTER Racer, 21 lb.)............. 50
CLEVELAND CHAIN ............................................................ 40
PENNANT SPECIAL CHAIN.............................................. 30
grow paying crops bocauae they*re
fresh and always the beet. For
sale everywhere. Refuse substitutes.
Stick to Ferry’s Beede and prosper.
1900 Seed Annual free. Write for it.
Boy»‘ and Girls’ Bicycles. Largest Jobber of Bicycle Sundries in the Northwest. Write
for Ca alogue and Discounts. Agents wanted in all towns throughout Oregon,
Washington, Idaho and Montana.
PORTLAND BRANCH, Pope Sales Dep.. 137-134 Sixth ft.
AMERICAN BICYCLE CO.
D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mich.
SURE CURE FOR PILES
IT< ' lit Nli Plleti pr<M«Qc» nioistnr» «nd cm»«
ria, aa well as B iud, B »«dina or I’t «trading
Piles «re cured t»y Dr. Oosanko's Pile Remada
Ht'«pt il«hin|r «nd bieedinff. A baorb» tunM-rn. Aura
Jfir at druaffiRt.«<»r«eiit by inail Trustiae !r •« Write
ma about your uaaa. DR BOHANKO, Pbilada., Pa
The Ideal French Tonic
FOR BODY AND BRAIN
For GoDorrixea and Gleet ret PaheS'a Okav SpeoUlo. IS
la th» oNI.Y medicine whi< n will cure eech and eeerS
cam *. No f'AHK known it haa evar failed to earn, m
inMiter how acrioua or of how long atandlntr Koanlia
from It« use wifi artontah you. It la aliaonitely aafat
prevent« atricture, and can he taken wtth<HiS ln<*on»e
nleni e and detention from buxineaa. f’RI< 'i RS OS. Pot
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plainly wrapped, on rvcemi of price, by
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< jvulv mailed ou rvqurat.
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The O. R. & N. and Oregon Short
Ten Weeka for IO Cents.
Line have added a buffet, .molting and
Thai big family patter. Fhe Ilin«*rated Weekly of j
library car to their Fortland-Cliicagu
Denver. Colo.. if- ui ded IMS)) will be went lo weeks .
Filb rt Crop.
on trial for !«»••: «-Inlrt <>f 8, fiOr; 12 for fl. Special of
through train, ami a dining car aervice
Fence and Wire M <»rka.
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solely to Introduca it. I .a twat ruining news und
In some districts of Italy the filbert fer
has been inauguarated. The train is
• ilotiration« of scenery. tme stories of lovenlMl ad- I
Ufa Big<4 for unna.’ural
<1 lac h a r Kt*a, I n II a nt ;u a ho ns,
equipped with the latent chair cam,
irritation« or uh «rations
day coaches ami luxurion. first-clan, portance the produce of the vine.
of mu con a n«ei!ibran«e.
Painleaa, and not aatrin*
ami ordinary nleepem. Direct connec These delicious nuts are grown on
geut or poiaonoua.
Machinery mik I Ruppi lea.
tion made at Granger with Union Fa- bushes planted In groups that are from
< a»h paid for Stone Arrow* Spe*rs,
Rk>ld by Drvgrglata.
Pipe», A Xo,etc. " rite and send out
or aent in plain wrapper
eifio, and at Ogden with Rio Grande fifteen feet to twenty-five feet apart, lines to If. P.
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Circular aent un request.
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It quickly by using
phswi. belts and windmills. The new ONE FOR
DOSE. Cure Bleb Headache
by alt Druegivta—Price SOc. per bottle.
•teel I X L windmill, sold by him, is un end PyTpepNia. Remove Pimples ami Purify thg
plant. The bushes fruit In the third Moore's Revealed Remedy
Blood. Aid Dig-«tion and Prevent Blliouonewt IM
year. They are pruned annually. Plan
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Paralysis of the mouth resulting
g pleasant taste, fl a buttle at aruggiM*.
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from the chewing gum habit, has tations are found nearly 1<*> years old
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caused a school girl in Wabash, Ind., and the bushes In good health. The DAMPED ,s Curable
tough Bjrup. TGood,
Albert Is not Hable to dlrnase like
Nn, 4 110«.
N. P. M. U.
tn tin, e Po1! by
to renounce this practice.
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many other crops, but It suffers severe uAIrULlI A ik I fie Use of lelfe,
I Vil KN writing tn advertisers piotane
Lima, Peru, is without umbrella*.
ly from hailstorms and cold wind*.
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if mention thia paper.
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