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SHEEP MEN GO TO LAW.
••Straw» Show Which Way th« Wind Blow«“
Anti the constantly increasing de
mand for, and steady growth in popu
larity of, St. Jacobs Oil among all
classes of people in every pvrt of the
civilized world show conclusively
what remedy the people use for their
rheumatism and bodily aches and
pains. Facts speak louder than words
and the fact remains undisputed that
the sale of St. Jacobs Oil is greater
than all other remdies for outward ap
plication combined. It acts like mag
ic, cures where everything else fails,
Tess—If you don’t love him, why
don’t you let him know it?
Jess"—Well, he sends me flowers
and takes me to the theatre, you
Tess—But, gracious, I can’t see
how you can play with his affections
jes8—Play? I call that “working”
There Is more Catarrh in this section of the
country than all other disease« put together,
an<l until the last few years was supposed to to
incurable. For a great many years doctors pro«
nouuced it a local disease, and prescribed local
remedies, and by constantly fallinjt to cure
with local treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to he a constitu
tional disease, and therefore requires constltu-
tional treatment. Hall’« Catarrh Cure, man
ufactured by F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio,
ia the only constitutional cure on the market.
It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to
a teaspoonful. It act« directly on the blood
andtnucous surfaces of the system. They offer
one hundred dollars for any case it fails to
cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Ad
F. J. CH ENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
Bold by Druggists, 75c.
Fall's Family Pills are the best.
Owner'« of Utah Flock« Bring Damage Suita
Against the Idaho Authorities
Salt Lake, Oct. 28.—Utah sheep
men who had so much trouble with
the Idaho authorities early in the
summer over the question of grazing
¡Utah sheep in Idaho, have begun
suits in the Third district court to
recover damages. There were nine
suits filed in all, eight of them for
damages to the flocks and one for
malicious prosecution and damage to
character The aggregate amount of
damages claimed is $34,47.
With the exception of the com-
; plaint of Shafer, the allegations are
all similar, and state that on or about
July 12, 1901, the defendant un-
; lawfully took possession of flocks of
' sheep belonging to the plaintiffs and
grazing on the public lands of Oneida
county, Idaho, and that by reason of
the action many of the sheep died,
and strayed, many lambs were prema
turely born and a large amount of
wool was lost.
The Inner Man.
Mr. Brown (to Mr. Green, who has
stepped in just at supper time)—Come
on Green; sit down and have a little
something to refresh the inner man.
Willie Brown (in astonishment)—
Why, pa, I heard you tell ma this
morning that Mr. Green hadn’t a bit
of manhood in him!—Philadelphia
!£/ 1 i|Tr H Eve v man- 'v°nia’i and child sufTer-
WuN I rll in w ’h colds, asthma, croup, pneu-
IV HI1 I LU mouia or consumption towrite us.
nob by spun roll
baby with one end of a door key in its
mouth, exclaimed: “Baby, take that
key right out of your mouth, or the
“You can depend on that man’s first th ng you know you will have
keeping his promises,” said the close the lockjaw.” — Glasgow Evening
“Yes,” answered the practical pol
itician. "but which promises is he
going to keep, those he makes to me
or those he makes to the voters?”—
IF IT BEARS
SPUT SAM SCO FISHING SCO
Worked Both Ways.
EDTQ Permanently Cured. Ko fits or nervouinefi
■ I IO after first lay's iseofl’r Kline’s Great Nerve
Restorer. Send for FR EE 9*2.00 trial bottle and treat
ise. Da.R. H. K link . Ltd..V31 Arch St., Philadelphia. Pa
IN THE WORLD.
TA Pt Nt AS UBS.
“ E. Rice, Greenville,” “J. T.,” “Good Luck,
“Cross Bow,” “Old Honesty,” “Brandywine,
“Jolly Tar,” “Standard Navy,” “Planet,” “Nep
tune,” “Razor,” “Tennessee Cross Tie,” "Granger
THIS TRADE MARK
IT I» TMfc »EST
SALT ANO PKPPSN Sir.
2 AO TAGS .
WHAT IS A SLICKER?
“Mamma, how can you ask me to
marry him when he has no social
“But, my dear, he tells me he has
made a million. ”
“But even with that, it will take
him a year to get into society.”—Life.
eufrtu iwi X msm '
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow’s Sooth
Little 4-year-old Mabel
ing Syrup the best remedy to use for their the room one day and
children during the teething period.
rosi km ou
“Does Mr. Blimmins know much
Borus—Naggus, I am writing a
story I would like a name for. It’s about horse races?
“No,” answered the man, with a
somewhat on the plan of “Ships
That Pass in the Night, but I want the faded and experienced look.
“How can you tell?”
title to be as different from that as
“By the fact thai, he’s willing to
Naggus—How would “Elevators bet on them.”—Wahington Star.
That Pass in the Daytime do?—Chi
To Fit the Dlieaie.
“Yes,’’said the haughty young wo
man who was a Colonial dame as well
as a “Daughter of the revolution,”
She Knew. -
"my great-great-grandsire fell at
Mistress—Did you tell the lady I
“ Ice or bananit skin?” inquired
Servant Girl—Yes, ma’am
the polite young man from Milwau
Mistress—Did she seem to have any
kee.—Cleveland Plain Dealer.
' doubt about it?
Servant Girl—No, ma’am; she said
NO family, shop, ship, camp or per she knew you wasn’t.—Glasgow
son should bo without Wizard Oil for Times.
every | a nful accident or emergency.
He—If you didn't love me why did
you marry me?
She—Because you were the only
man I cared to be divorced from.—
American Luu# Balm Pad Co., Chattanooga.
“It’s a poor rule that won’t work
both ways,’’said the old gentleman
as he stood the boys up back to back,
and operated the ruler so that it
caught one or the other of them,
both going and coming.—Chicago
I SOO TAGS.
(Two “ Granger Twist ” tags being equal to one of others mentioned.)
TAOS MAY BE ASSORTED IN SECURING PRESENTS.
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most attractive List oi Presents ever offered for Tags, and will
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(Catalogue will be ready for mailing about January nt, 1902.)
SCHOOLS ANO COLLEGES.
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Our offer of Presents for Tags will expire Nov. 30th, 1903.
CONTIN1NTAL TOBACCO COMPANY.
Write your name and address plainly on outside of packages
containing Tags, and send them and requests for Preaents to
C. My. BROWN,
Fay—How do you like my new JOHN POOLE, Portland, Oregon,
Footot Morrlaon Straat.
May—Its very pretty.
Can give you tho best bargains In
“Do you really think so?”
Buggies. Plows. Boilers anil Engines,
“Yes, indeed ; I was just crazy to Win 'mills and Pnmns and General
get one like it when they came into Machinery. See us before buying.
fashion two years ago.”
4241 Folsom Av«.,
St. Louis, Mo.
"AAL 'N AL At at /NC SNOT irE
I am sure Piro’s Cure for Consumption I Summer Resolution*
«lived my life three years ago.— M rs . T hos .
B obbins . Maple street, Norwich, N. Y.. I
Feb. 17, 1900.
"He’s a nice little horse (I saw him
myself), and the dealer says I may
have him for a song. Would you
advise me to buy him?”
“That depends upon your eye for a |
horse and his ear for music.”— j
Vaalau InelHula Moved to 420 William«
K86!6y lllSlIlUIB, Ave., Portland, Oregon.
THE STAR OF STARS
Saved for the Larger Event.
Edith—I suppose he swore to you
"till the earth grows old and the
stars grow cold,” and all that?
Ethel—Oh, longer. He swore to
love me until that Chinese indemnity
burc relief fiom liquor, opium end tobaoot
habit* Bend for particulan io
Clancy—Oi hear ye jumped into a
foight this noon and saved Jim Mc
Carty from getting both his eyes
Costigan—Oi did ; Oi wanted to save
Hu ball bearing In turn-table.
thim for Flanagan’s wake tonight!—
Turn« freely to the wind.
Ball bearing« thrust In wheel, lnnrtng
lightest running qualities and reaervlnf
An Eternal Vow.
JtSNTtNCroa DOUBLE BAN All
NAMM£Pt£3S SNOT CBN
treatrat amount of power for pumping.
Galvanized after making. Fut Vwether
with galvanlrad bolt«, ilouble-nutted; no
part can ru«t or get looee and rattle.
Weight regulator; perfect regulation. No
3ring to change tension with every change
temperature, and grow weaker with age.
Repair, alwaya on hand.
There things era worth money to von.
Then why not buy a START
Bt STAYER OO.
W. F. N. Ü.
Na. 44— IMI.
THE NEW PRESIDENT.
Hard to Identify.
“That is Jimmy’s hair,’’said the
laying out his
Not for the silent chief whom Death trophies after the game, “and this is
Gently and seduously keeps
Billy’s nose, and this is Tom’s ear,and
Within a splendid calm ; naught mars this eyebrow belongs to young Rusher,
His well-won laurels where he but I can’t identify this finger to
save me.”—Baltimore American.
Rather for him who newly stands
Half startled on a slippery height,
Hear If Not Heard.
Like a strong falcon which some
Politician (arranging for music at
a political meeting)—Isn’t that a
Unhooded rudely, whom the light
big price? You may not have to play
Floods unforseen, but who shall prove half a dozen pieces during the whole
A wide-winged strength! For him evening.
Brass Band Leader—But, my dear
Give him such wisdom swift and keen sir, we have to sit there and listen
He shall restore us Yesterday.
to the speeches.—Tit-Bits.
Enough, But Not Sufficient.
“No, I’m not very well impressed
with the house,” said the prospective
tenant. "The yard is frightfuly
small; there’s hardly room for a
single flower bed.”
••Think so?” replied the agent;
"but—er—mighten’t you use folding
flever beds?”—Philaelphia Press.
Mamma—What’s the matter Wil
lie? Didn’t you have a good time at
“Why? Didn’t you get enough to
“Ye.; but I didn’t get too much.”
Thirteen st Table.
He—How is the new cook getting
Mrs. B.—Oh, Charles, we can
never sit down with 13 at table.
His wife—Well, I had to discharge
Mr. B.—Pshaw! I hope you are not
her twice this morning, but since
so superstitious as that.
Mrs. B.—No, of course not, but we then she’s been doing fairly well.
have only 12 dinner plates.—Phila
delphia Evening Bulletin.
Teddy for his first
party)—And now, darling, what is a
Elsie—Mamma, were you ever a greedy boy?
Teddy—A boy who wants every
Certainly, dear. All human be thing 1 want.—Tit-Bits.
ings were once children.
Elsie—Really? Well, who took
U.eful Mr. Green.
care of the babies then?—Philadelphia
—Oh,Mr. Green, Idon’t
know what to do with Effie! She’s
Th« Real Thing.
so miserable because she hasn't had
her donkey rifle. Would you mind
“Uncle Tom, what is charity?”
“Charity, Tommy, is finding good giving her a pick-a-back?—Punch.
excuses for the faults of people we
That Friendly Feeling.
don’t like.”—Detroit Free Press.
Miss Olive of St. Louia—We get
absolutely pure milk in St. Ixruia.
"Did Polehunter have any success
Mias Wslieah (of Chicago)— Yee,
on his Arctic expedition?”
thata one advantage of living in a
“Oh, yes! He succeeded in getting country village
Each 'w!)v can
, keep a cow of its own.