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SET BURGLAR UP IN BVSINESS.
BAD BLOOD, 1
Novel Experience of a Physician Who
llreeaed a Housebreaker’« W ound».
The one thing that quali-
flos a person to give ud-
vloe on any subject Is
experience — experience
No other person has so
wide an experience with
female Ills nor such a
record of success as
Mrs. Pinkham has had.
Over a hundred thou
sand oases come before
her oach year. Some per
sonally, others by mall.
And tide has been going
on for 20 years, day after
day and day after day.
. Twenty years of ocn-
atant success — think ot
are wise In seeking ad-
vkte from a woman with
ouch an experience, es
pecially when it is free.
If you aro Nl get a bottle i
of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound at
onoe—then write Mrs.
Pinkham, Lynn, Mass.
According to a return of the imper- .
ial customs authorities the total num
ber ef foreigners resident in the open [
ports of Chiun, was 13,421 at the. cud
of the year IBM.
l»o Your feet
tclie anil Bui-ii*?
Shake into tour shoes Alien's Foot Ease. |
a powder for the feet. It ynakes ’ojin ot 1
new shoes feel easy; gives instant rel.et t*. |
command bunions. It's the greatest eon i
Cures swollen j
Alien - |
Foot-Ease is a certain cure tor ingrowing'
nails, sweating, sniarting. hot. acliing let ;. '
Wo have over 30.000 teslitnonials. licurc-l
while you walk. All druggists atut shot* i
stores sell it. 25c. Trial iiackage Fl’F.K'
bv mail. Address. Allen S. Olmsted, Let
It is stated that there are made in i
England for home use and exportation
more than 200,000,000 pins daily.
fort discovery of tho age.
feet, blisters and callous , jh » ik .
We offer One Hundred Dollars Howard 'or -.nv
ease of Catarrh that can not be < lire 1 by 11 ell’s
F. J. CHENEY A < 0 . Props., Toledo, 0.
We tho undersigned, have known F..I. Cheney
for the past lfi rears, and believe hint perleelly
honorable tn all busin ss transaction and fir.-
anolall-r able to carry out any oblig-Lons inaiie
by tbeir firm.
W bst & Tar ax ,
W aldimi , ' t.-dsAX A M a -vs
Vrnotesaie Drug ists, Toledo <».
Call'sCatarrh Cure is t ken n mallv acilnf
C.ireoily on the blood and m cons surfa i*s ot
fbesyst m. Pr> e 7.r: per bo le. So-d by al.
drugrists. Testimoni es free.
Hall’s Family Pills r tn ¡ eat.
“The strangest patieut I ever had,”
said a prouiiueut physician of this city
the ether evening, "was a Qurglar. My
ac<]uaiutanee with bitu began in a sin
"After 1 was graduated I was en
gaged at night >u one of the largest
hospitals in New York, where 1 saw
many strange sights. Oue uigbt our
ambttlauee brought In a prisoner pa
tient. accompanied by two policemen.
The officers said that the mail hud been
surprised while aitempting to rob an
apartment in a large tiaihouse. A po
liceman was called, who chased him
into a room with a window opening on
"It was warm weather and the shaft
window was open, as was also the
window in the apartment on the op
posite side. Finding liimself closely
pursued, the burglar, who was young
and athletic, jumped from oue window
to the other, jumped across the airshaft.
"He landed In the other apartment
all right, but fell plump on a man who
was asleep in bed close to the shaft
window. The sleeper so rudely awak
ened gave a yell and attempted to seize
the burglar. The ¡fitter, in seeking to
elude him and at the same time avoid
the iioliceman, who was at the opposite
w indow, threatened to shoot, fell down
the airshaft find was badly injured.
"1 made an examination and found
that he had broken liis right leg at the
ankle, was considerably bruised, and
also suffering from shock from bis
fall. 1 fixed him up ail right and he
remained p prisoner in the hospital for
several weeks. At first lie was morose
and surly, but gradually lie began to
show gratitude for the kind treatment
he received, lie became a favorite
with all the doctors and we gradually
learned his story.
"He had been au honest, hard work
ing man in another city and had come
to New York to better liimself. Hav
ing no friends here, he was unable to
obtain work ami soon spent all his lit
tle savings. He kept getting poorer
and poorer, and while penniless and
almost starving attempted his first
burglary by breaking into the Hat
where he was caught.
“We took such an interest In him
that, although he was eouvieted, the
judge suspended sentence upon our
proving his previous good character
and that it was Ills first offense. He
was an expert tinsmith and we raised
a subscription and set liini up in busi
ness in a little shop. We sent nil our
friends to him and he prospered and
now has a large store here. He mar
ried and lias several children and I
have been his family physician for
years. Although all the doctors at the
hospital bellied him at the start, he
showed his gratitude especially to me,
as I received him and fixed up his
broken leg the night he was brought a
prisoner to the hospital.”
The skin is the seat of aa almost end
less variety of diseases. They are known
by various names, but are all due to the
same cause, acid and other poisons in
the blood that irritate and interfere with
the proper action of the skin.
To have a smooth, soft skin, free from
all eruptions, the blood must be kept pure
and healthy. The many preparations of
arsenic and potash and the large number
of face powders and lotions generally
used in this class of diseases cover up
for a short time, but cannot remove per
manently the ugly blotches and the red,
[torntl vtyilanoo /• tho prioe
of a beautiful complexion
when such remedies are relied on.
Mr. H. T. Shobe, ,704 Lucas Avenue, St Louis.
Mo say, : " My daughter was afflicted for years
with a dishgurlug eruption on her face, which
resisted all treatment She was taken to two
celebrated healt h springs but received no bene
fit. Many medicines were prescribed, but with
out result, until we decided to try S. S. S . and by
the time the first bottle wssfinishedtheeruptiou
began to disappear. A dosen bottles cured her
completely sod left her skin perfectly smooth.
She IS now »«venteen years old. and not a sign of
the embarrassing disease has ever returned."
S. S. S. is a positive, unfailing cure for
the worst forms of skin troubles. It is
the greatest of all blood purifiers, and the
only one guaranteed purely vegetable.
Bad blood makes bad complexions,
purifies and invigo
rates the old and
makes new. rich blood
< jkthat nourishes the
hsP a W w
bodv and keeps the
skin active and healthy and ill proper
condition to perform its part towards
carrying off the impurities from the body.
If you have Eczema, Tetter, Acne, Salt
Rheum. Psoriasis, or your skin is rough
and pimply, send for our book on Blood
and Skin Diseases and write our physi
cians »bout your case. No charge what
ever for this service.
SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA. GA.
Gape Nome is situated on the shoie
of Behring sea at the mouth of Snake
river, Seward peninsula, ceutral-west-
ern Alaska, U. S. A., 65 degrees north
latitude and 166 degrees west longti-
tude. gud, by ocean route, distant fioui
its base of supply, Seattle, 2,700 miles.
In making the ocean trip from Seattle
one steams westward for 1,900 miles
across the North Pacific ocean to
Dutch Harbor, on the Aleutian archi
pelago, and thence northward 800 miles
to the land of gold, passing en route
the government’s sealrookeries on the
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow 's Sooth
ing Svrup the best remedy to use for lh-'r
children during the teething period.
An emu’s egg omlette was the treat
provided bv a London naturalist for his
friends. The contents of the egg which
was found in Australia some time ago,
weighed two pounds. Crocodile’s eggs
were also served.
Ten Chinese newspapers are pub
lished in Shanghai and the success they
have achieved has led to the establish
ment of others at some of the other
Ten Cent« Will Prove Their Merit.
A cheap experiment, »0 cheap one cannot
afford not to try it. when health is st stake.
Try C'aseareta Candy Calharlic todayl All drug
gists, 10c, 2.x*, 50c.
Colored globes in drugstore windows
were first displayed by the Moorish
druggists of Arabia anti Spain.
William Pelt Ridge, the author of
“Mold Etn’ly" a story of the East End
of London—1ms hail his new novel, "A
Breaker of Laws." published in this
country by the Macmillan Company.
Mrs. Esther Baker Steele has built a
flue public library in Elmira, out of the
royalties from her own books and the
text books of her late husband. .1. Dor-
man Steele. This is to be called the
Steele Memorial Library, in memory of
"The Enslavement and Emancipa
tion of the People” is a little book by
.1. B. Herboldsliimer, iu which phases
pf a prominent question of political
economy are considered. The author
paints the present condition of the in-
flu strial world, and suggests an original
nnd practical solution of its problems.
[Die work is published by the author,
lit < libsou City, 111.
An author's manuscript often has
grange experiences before it reaches
Its destined publisher if it ever does,
Certain members of the new firm of
Jloubleda.v. l’age A t o. received the
other day the "copy" of "The Sea-Far-
< .•<. it novel by Mary Gray Morrison.
Each remembered it as a manuscript
they bad passed favorably on some
years ago. wbeu they occupied the po-
sifions of under readers In separate
houses, but. alas, the head readers did
uot agree with them, and so the manu
script started on its wanderings once
more. It will now travel no further,
for its date of publication lias been set
for the near future.
The tripping feet—the sparkling
eye—the graceful movement—1 k -
long not alone to the budding tn liden.
These graces are the right—aye
dutv of every woman until the hair
whitens —and regal dignity replaces
The mother who guards her
strength has so much more to <1
vote to the care and edit iti >:t oi
her dear ones. She should be a
comfort —a cheer—always.
Yet hoiv many feel that they
have the strength to protierly bal
ance the home ? The world is list
less. weary and morbid. Its blood
moves sluggishly and is full <>f im yiiniite Measure lor Temperature.
purities. It needs a kindling, in I’rof. S. I’. Langley, of the Smith-
vigorating tonic to set it atiie--it won in n Institution of Washington, lias
needs Pe ru na,
| recently improved his wonderful bol-
I ometer, an instrument for accurately
| measuring the most minute variations
I of temperature, lie is now able to de-
in the world which women max tect variations in temperature as slight
rely upon positively. Pe ru na is as the oue eighteen millionth of a de-
good for everyone, but particularly giee Fahrenheit. If tlie temperature
for women. The various weak of the air were slowly and steadily to
nesses which afflict their delicate or rise at the rate of blit one degree a year
ganism spring from inflammation or this instrument could measure the
catarrh of the mucous lining.and Pe-ru-na change which would take place at this
is a specific fur catarrh in any organ ot rate in each second of time. The ap
the body. Any congestion of a nr.icois paratus is kept shaded and fully pro
membrane simply means catarrh of the tected in a constant temperature room,
organ affected. This is why Pe-ru-na which is not allowed to vary more
cures all sorts of troubles where other
remedies fail. If there is n catarrhal than a fraction of a degree the year
atfection the matter with you anywhere around.
THE ONE MEDICINE
Pe-ru-na will cure yoe.
A recent experimental shipment of
lemons and otanges iu cold storage was
made from California to Paris.
fruit reached the French capital in
perfect condition, and it is possible
that a big trade will be established.
The first essential in the keeping of
livestock for market is never to allow
any animal to lose flesh. A pound lost
means two pounds to be gained. It is
not the most food that makes the great
est gain, but the kind. Variety of food
promotes digestion and will give better
results when concentrate«I foods are
Supreme Court Sustain* the Foet-Eflie
Trade- M ark.
Justice Laughlin, 111 Supreme Court.
Buffalo, has ordered a permanent in
junction, with costs, and a full ac
counting of sales, to issue against Paul
B. Hudson, the manufacturer, of the
foot powder called ‘‘Dr. Clark’s Foot
Powder,” and also against a retail
dealer of Brooklyn, restraining them
from making or selling the Dr. Clatk’s
Foot Powder, w hich is declared, in the
decision of the court, an imitation and
infringement of ‘‘Foot-Ease," the pow
der for tired, aching feet to shake into
your shoes, now so largely advertised
and sold all over the country. Allen
8. Olmstead, of Le Roy, N. Y., is the
owner of the trade-mark ‘‘Foot-Ease,”
and he is the first individual who ever
advertised a foot powder extensively
over the country. He will send a sam
ple Free to any one who writes him for
it. The decision iu this ease upholds his
trade-mark and renders all parties lia
ble who fraudently attempt to profit by
the extensive ‘‘Foot-Ease” advertising,
in placing upon tlie market a spurious
and similar appearing preparation, la
beled an<l put up in envelopes anil
boxes like Foot-Ease. Similar suits
will be brought against others who aie
now infringing on the Foot-Ease trade
mark and common law rights.
The dependencies o! China are Man- '
cliuria, 862,1)00 square miles, with |
7 500,000 souls; Mongolia, with 1,288,-1
000 square miles and 2,000,000 souls; | A re made strong when fed by the rich, pure
blood given by Hood’» Sarsaparilla. Sweet,
Tiber, with 651.500 square miles and
refreshing sleep returns, mental and physi
6,000,000 miu I s ; Yuugaria. with 147,- !
500 square miles and 600,000 souls, I cal vigor is restored, and the terrors of
nervous prostration are avoided. Many a
and East Turkestan, with 431,800 i
weak, nervous woman and overworked
square miles and 5SO.OOO souls.
man has found help iu this great medicine.
H’JA.OOO For Flying Machines.
All nervous people should try it.
Our government is to devote
experimenting with Hying mmhines tor. Hood’s
u>e in the army. This is a large sum ami I Is America’s Greatest Medicine. Price |L
yet it cannot compare with that spent bv |
those who experimented wiiu so-called! Hood's Pills cure liver iti»; the non-irritating and
dyspepsia cures. Take Hosteller’s ¡Slom-I only cathartic to lake with Hood’s KarsapariU*
ach Hiners. It is made expressly to cure |
constipation, uyspepsia ami all stomach
Each of the 18 proviueM oi the Chi
nese empire is ruled by a governor or
Instead of a little position in this governor-general, who is respousible to
world exalting a man to honor, it is the emperor lor the entire administra
service that exalts man anil makes him tion, |>olitical, judicial, military and
worthy of any position in this world. 11 seal.
Away from the idea that some have that
l‘i»o's Cure cannot iw- too highly spoken
you must have position to be great.
of as a cough cur** J. W. O'B hii ' v '<22
Thiril ive, N , Minneapolis, Minn., .hot.
What this world needs today, and
what each individual in it needs, is
sanity ami light.
Every Boy aiol <«lrl
••I have been using CAICA RETI and ai
should learn to write with t'arter’s Ink,
a mild and effective .axative they are siiuply won
derful. Mv dauehter and 1 were bothered with
i*<***au-** it is the beM iu the worltl. "Ink
sick storoaeb and our bveatli waa very bao. After
lings in Ink,” free, t arter's Ink Co., Bos
taking a few doses of Cascaret* we have improved
wonderfully. They are a great help hi the family
1137 Kittenhouse St.. Cincinnati. Qbio.
The pasture gives the best result,
when cattle, horse and sheep are al
lowed on it, as the grass will be then
more evenly grazed. Sheep will tuke
off weeds ami certain grasses that th.
larger animals refuse. When the past
ure begins to fail remove the animal,
to another lielil, wo uh to permit th.
grass to make growth.
Pleasant. Palatable. L'otent. Taste Good. __
Good, Never Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. 10c. Sòr -M jc .
CaMpaay. Lhlcaffo. Naatreal. haw Tarli. 31*
MA TH RAP Sold and guaranteed ov all drug-
RU* I U-DÄU guia u> <Ht KE Tohaoc«» Hat>u.
Must Baar Signature of
5e. Fac-SImile W rapper Below.
Little Liver Pills.
Living for great things is living in
the spirit, the thoughts, feelings, mo
tives that, make all living noble. Our
age is full of false ideas, false stand
Ee C. ATK/NS & COMPANY ( inc .)
All Kinds of
$$ Portland Branch,
JJ eo First street.
• ITT IE
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
FOR THE COMPLEXION
INB HUIT MAVt UONATUAI.
It is impossible to please your
— AaJHiA^J .JMWW'BU r?"
friends; if you can say agreeable things
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
to them you are accused of insincerity;
A letter in one of the I m st evidences
If you say disagreeable tilings they get
of the cn ture oi a person.
..CHICKEN LICE AND VERMIN..
X***One application is all that is required. It lasts for years. If
your dealer cannot supply you, write for circulars and information to the
following distributing agents: Perfection Pile Preserving Co., Seattle,
Wash.; Fisher, Thorsen & Co., Portland, Oregon.; Whittier, Coburn &
Co., San Francisco, Cal.
DON’T LET YOUR HARVEST SEASON FIND YOU WITHOUT
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought has borne tlie signa
ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and lias been made under his
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
“ .Tust-as-go<>d ” are but Fxpcriinciits, and endanger tlio
health of Children—experience against experiment.
What is CASTOR IA
Castoria. is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare«
fforie. Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrliira and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assiniilates the Food, regulates tlie
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy ami natural sleep.
The Children’s Panacea The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Made of the Best Materials, thoroughly seasoned, by competrnt workmen. It stand,
without an equal. Call on our Agent, or address
STUDEBAKER BROS. MANUFACTURING CO.,
320-338 East Morrison Street, Portland, Oregon.
Are the best that can be made. Nothing
is or can be superior to a Mitchell Wagon,
because it is made of the best material
by experienced workmen which, cou
pled with bi years' experience in building
wagons, during which time the manu
facturers have had but one aim, and that
to produce the best possible to build, is a
guarantee of quality. If you buy a Mitchell Wagon, you get the best that can be made,
AGENTS EVERYWHERE. If none in your vicinity, we will sell to you direct.
Send for circular.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAVER CO.
Branches at Spokane, Seattle Salem. McMinnville,
Medford and I.a Grande.
The greatest nuisance ia the person
who ia just puttering arouud.
HARD WORKING WOMEN
Have sad« Drop?/ ard it« com-
phoauoui a «pectai ▼ for twentr
yaar« witn the moat wonderful
aiccean Hat< circd many tbou»-
10 DAIS' TRUTMENT FREE.
Can find qnick and permanent relief
for »prion* ana atrength d< »(raying
Thousand' hare nwd it and thousand,
now pr«i«e It. 1: i-nraepermanently. 11
per bottle ai rnnr imalat'i.
It doesn’t pay to stick your nose Into
other people’» business- unless you aro I
JOHN POOLS, roan.«»», Onrooa,
ran rire you the beat bargain. In general
In a quarrel, the one that gets tho
worst of It la the first to become mean.
Cats sometimes ptove worthless in
the destruction of rats, but it is due to
the feeding of the cats.
compelled to work, they will not do *0.
The best cats are those that are not al
lowed to come to the house, being given
a little milk once a day at the barn.
They will then spend a large portion
of their time seeking rats and will
machinery, engin.., boilers, tanka, pumps,
plows, belts anti wirwtnitlla. Tbs new
steel IXL windmill, sold by him, is un-
;i. 1. X. 31XZX S33X8V
Here's a Proposition
lati't it rpa«onwhie to »tipi««»»* that a firm of
DC pear« exppri*nce could Hi l ou : he best way
tojft t good va1’<e for rour moner? Jf you are
raaaing improvement* iw ywir Itotiae, or build
ing a new hou»e, nn matter i»ow «mall or ¡arff«
the rim you wi«h io «potid in e|*rtncal or ga«
fixture«, firaplaeeo, mantel furotturo, etr., >ou
will save raoorv and be «eil am tad if /•»i cou-
■wlt TH K J<>»4 \ R < KKK XT <<».•! Firat
•traat, Fartland. tirogoa.
Mention th<» paper.
s Ll| Miller
Uted a h’W minute« even
ingv will rid venir hou«®
of Flip« and Morquitoe«.
No mark or »tain left on
the celling» or walk.
Work« like magic. Price
25cent». Write for book
Co., Portland, Oregon.
f liPRpe-t «nd
XV rite for ’ atalng'ie.
PA RI.IX > Op. KX IBON FF <’O.,
If CLOMAUTt FOM
TN« for», *• wall aa Blind. Bleadloa «r rrrarndlM
Flip« are rnrrdby Dr. Boaanko'a Pita Ramady.
Ktope itrhla« aod bi«edia< Abeorbe tumor«. SO- a
Jar at drucplata or a«Dt by mall. Treatise free. Write
•« ebowf four caaa. PR BuflANSO. FA lata Fa j
IL wrt • u --
---- “ Wathingfen
- m. ó D C C . thex will rw-
II «■«*!vc qnirk replie« I* R ’ >1h
**■ * N. II. Vol« I'taR
3>lh Cori«. ProwpculinK claim* »iure 1*7*.
R. r. N. U.
WHKX writing to adv art tee re pleaae
aaoatloa thia patter.