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»AVKD BY A PUFF OF WINO.
Ready la Use.
Wtfo—"Why do you buy auch a lot
A Merchant »ho »ncapw.1 Wnbbory of stampa at once?"
Tbronah nn t'nforesr»« Accident.
Husband—"Bo there’ll be a few that
“If the truth were known." said the won't get stuck together.'*
head of a larg«* wholesale house of thia
Wh«l Will Hm.io- ul . hlnaV
city, “I dar«« any we would l»e «tarried
None can for.-«.-» th* oulconi* of tli*
at tbe number of men of affairs In any Suarrvl
b»iwr»n forvigli posvi. over ilia
large place who habitually sign letter,
ivwion of CIliua.
1! I« Inn-< .img io
to piecr.M of ihiv Riicieiil
•ml othey documents without reading m Rich | he
but Utl prog re ba iv e race. Many people »1»
| them. They become convinced that It
America aiv also going to i»«v<» s hr» ause oi
I. phy.lcally Impoaalble to even glance dxspcpitia, con»tipation, blood, IlYvr and
at everything requiring .ignatur»« and Moinach disease». We are living too faM,
resign tbeuiaelvea to the neceaatty of but »trvngth, vigorand gt»od health cau he
retained if ue keep oil and cure the ah«*\e
'trusting somebody.* I used to have diseases a uh Hostetter's Stomach Hitters.
that ld«.a myself." continued the whole
saler. "but It was ezploded by rather a
Nlpp—My wtfe worried all last week
startling Incident, and since then I have
for fear I should die
never set my pen to an unfamiliar
Tuck—Were you tick?
paper. The affair to which I refer oc
Nlpp—No, but my life Insurance pol
curred years ago. when I was In the icy ran out and It waa several days l>«»-
this season the housekeeper must look
manufacturing business In another city. fore I got it renewed. Philadelphia
We bad hi enormous mail that grew Evening Bulletin.
specially after the baking powder.
larger every day. and while 1 dictated
As she cannot make good cake with bad egg«,
very few answers myself I made It a
rule to sign all outgoing letters as presi
no more can she make cake that is light, delicious
dent of the company.
and dainty with inferior baking powder.
"Sometimes there wouM be several
hundred In a Iwttcb. ami my eonfldeu- A Victim of Biliousness and Intlama-
Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for the
tlal clerk. In w hom I had the moat liu-
tory Rheumatism Tells How
preparation of the finest food. It imparts that
pl clt trust, finally got to brluglng the
He Became Free From
peculiar lightness, sweetness and flavor noticed in
eoukl see w as a sucwsslou of line, for
the finest cake, biscuit, doughnuts, crusts, etc.,
my signature. 1 didn't tike the plan,
A recommendation that is not based
but It seemed the only way of getting
which expert bakers say is unobtainable by the
rid of the Job. and I would grab a pen upon experience Is without value but
use of any other leavening agent.
•nd slap down a succession of auto In the following interview the render
will at once recognize the force of ad
graphs at lightning speed. Of course vice that Is the result of personal
1 was kept advised as to the general knowledge.
There ar. cheap baking powders,
Th» " Roval Rak»r «nd Pastry
character of the mall, but unless some
made from a .urn. but thr» are ev
Mr. Ned Yerkes Hawley Is a travel-
Cook"—containing ov»r Soo most
ceedtng’.x ha< mful to hea th
pra. ti.nl »nd valuable cooking .»•
question was raised 1 never thought of Ing man whose home Is nt 1926 W.
astringent and cauterising qualitiea
c«ip<»—fr«« to ev»rv patron send
taking out n letter ami reading It. Otie Boon Ave., Spokane. Wash, He has
add a dangeiou» elenit ul to food
poual raid with »out full address.
winter day-1 will never forget It aa recently had an experience of more
long as I live—tlie clerk brought In an loan general interest mid la M in
terview with a representative of the
aOVAL BAKING POWDER CO.. 100 WILLIAM ST.. NEW 1ORK.
unusually big batch of letters to be Spokesman Review, of Spokane, he
signed and was about to deposit the said:
sheaf on my desk, when somebody
"In June, 1S99. I became bilious and
Silk Worm in America.
Deep Sex Communing*.
There are from eight to ten speclea opeued an outside door and let In a subject to dlxzy spells. 1 had no ap
"That's about as bum a piece of ma
severe blast of wind. Fully half the petite, my heart seemed to flutter at
rine architecture." said the starfish, in of ailk worms in this country.
sheets were blown over the rootu an J times and beat Irregularly, and dark
specting the hull of Noah’s ark. "as
the Couph and
some went Into the fire. Tbe old clerk spots seemed to float before my eyes.
ever plowed these waters."
This continued for about six months.
Wort, a Off the Cold.
Instantly dropped on bls knees and be
“O, I don't know." replied the barna
During that time I was troubled with
Laxative Rromo-Q ■ r !>• Tab ’’t* enre a cold in
cle. “I'm a good deal stuck on it. my one day. No cure. No Pay. Price 25 cent*.
gan collecting the papers In frantic lameness in tny back and pains over
my kidneys. I was under a physl
Cynic—What makes you have such ment ami especially at his agitation clan's care and he told me my trouble
when he failed to find some of the lot was biliousness and inflammatory
unlimited confidence in you wife?
Cheerful—I gave her $10 to pay a 'Why. • dozen or so were burued,’ I rheumatism. 1 was In bed for over
bill of $4.69 for me. and she brought said, anti at last he went away, very four weeks and did not seem to be
Albert Edward's Cigars.
getting any better.
back all of the change.—Detroit reluctantly, to prepare copies.
"One day I saw an advertisement In
which it was stated that a case slml
lar to mine had been cured by Dr
I am sure Plan's Cure for Consumption 1
s.ived my life three years ago.—Mas T h .«. blown under his desk. It w as an ordrt William's Pink Pills tor Pale People
procured some of the pills ami w Itti
K obkihs . Map e street, Norwich, N. Y.. on my banker for my safe depcsit box.
Feb. 17, 1900.
which contained at that time over $35.- in two weeks the inflammatory rheu
000 in currency. I was dumfounded matism which had become very ac
Cooking School for Doctors.
cute and caused me the most Intense
Frau Hedwig Heyl has started a and while 1 was trying to decide what suffering, was entirely cured.
cooking school for doctors in Berlin. to do my dear old confidential clerk
This signature la on »vary box of the ganuine
"You will therefore realize tnat I
Doctors from France, Russia and Italy, quietly walked out a side door and was
am a firm uellever in Dr. William's
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets as
well as Germany, have already never heard of again. I think the order Pink Pills. They cured me and I am
the remedy that curva a col.l in one day
taken the course, and it is reported was merely one document of several, so sure that they will prove equally
that branch schools of the same kind
valuable in other cases that I have
He Didn't Stay.
are shortly to be established in all the 411 covering an elaborate scheme to loot recommended them to a great many
the concern, but. be that as It may, I
"Tommy, run up and tell your sister capitals of Europe.
I’m here, will you?”
had my lesson and since then I have people."
NED YERKES HAWLEY
"Aw, what's the use? She knows it.
never been too busy to read a letter be
Now that the winter season 1»
Dr. William's Pink 1'ills fnr »'al.
’cause when she see you cornin’ I hear
past, it is well toclean-e the
fore signing It. 1 find It can be done People are an unfailing specific for
system and purify the PI. mm I with
her say. 'Dear me, there comes that
easily enough by tbe use of a little such diseases as locomotor ataxia
Garfield Tea—an llerb Medic-One
empty-headed dude again.' "—Philadel
that brines good health.
system.”—New Orleans Tlme.-Demo- partial paralysis. St. Vitus' dance, sei
phia Evening Bulletin.
atica, neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous
headache, after effects of the grip, pal
KITtt Permanently Curvai. No flu er nervounneas
“He said it was a beastly fire.”
■ I IQ after first na v ' b me of Kr Kime’s Great Serve
pitation of the heart, pale anil sallow
PRINCE AND CLERGYMAN.
"He was right. The fire was at the
£«■$. rvr bend t<»r FH EE •«- OO trial bottle and tre*x
complexions and all forms of weak
iæ. Da.IL li K lin ». Ltd .*31 Arch St., Philadelphia.Pa. zoo.”—Boston Transcript.
Wale,’ View of a Man Who Never ness either in male or female.
by all dealers, or sent direct from Dr
Picked a Winning Horae.
The Best Prescription for Malaria
A quarrel recently occurred between Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove’s Tasteless
Anecdotes of the new sovereign of Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady
two maiden ladies. Said the younger Chill Tonic. It is simply iron snd quinine in
Britain will doubtless be popular N. Y.. 50 cents per box. or six
“I wonder if I shall lose my locks,
Just the Patient for Him.
too. when 1 get your age?”
Young Dr. Fresh—Here comes that tbe novelty of bls accession shall have
The older one—You may be lucky if Mrs. Towler. Positively there Isn't worn a»vay. A short time ago be was
"Pardon me." said the busy man tr
the first thing that ails her.
staying at a friend's country place la the insurance agent who had forced
Old Dr. Sage—Evidently you ar« tbe Went of England, where, among bi* way into the office, "but 1 am not
TO CTRE A (OLD IN ONE DAT
just the man for her case.—Boston tbe guests, was a somewhat conceited, prepared to talk to you today.”
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Transcript.
“Don't let that worry you." replied
(ruggisU refund th. money if It falls to cure
stralght-laced. and interfering clergy
the insurance agent. "I’ll do the talk
K. w. Grove's sirnature is oh rsch box. X*«
man. Entering the blllard-room one
«TOW ACK THOl'fiLZ? k on nee<1 not
He Was Emphatic.
•tiller from it another .lay.
‘‘QKC* gives morning
*'I am Informed that your husband is
the person found his royal highness
In the spring take Garfield Tea
No dieting. Trial package fre*. C. ESTEKLY,
a professor of language, and I called 42U
Thia wond.-rt il H.-rt> M -liclne pur
deeply Interested In a sporting paper.
Parroti Building, San Francisco. Cal.
the blood and fires n»«s and
to find out what his terms are.”
Instead of retiring at once, as any man
vigorous life to sy.tena de| let-
"Well, when he's excited, they are
the tryitif winter season.
of tact would have done, tbe clergyman
unfit for publication.”—Richmond Dis ■ I BICKFORO. Washington. 0. C . thev will re
forced himself upon the prince.
A Matter of Hearing.
ll reive quick re Dite-». B. 5th N. H. Vol». Staff
"Might I ask your highness if such a
20th Corp». Prosec .ting claims since 1878.
Suburbanite—You've got a new bab,
at your house. I hear.
Tour Gold, and Guard lath, famous Oregon Blood
Puria.r, lesiwl and true. C se it now.
I ests you?” said he.
Townite—Great Scott! can you heat
“I am not in tbe habit, sir, of reading It away out there in the suburbs?—De
whnt doe* not Interest me,” said the troft Free Press.
"A woman usually thinks her bus
In all unorcupied territory, for tbt
prince very rigidly, and then turned
band perfect.” said the young man.
Best Wheels on Earth, the 1M1
"Yes,” answered Sirius Barker. "He
again to hfs paper.
may be 'a perfect donkey’ or a 'perfect
Tbe parson, however, determined to
bear'—but he's perfect.”—Indianapolis
have bls say. continued In a somewhat
Heir» of Union Soldier» who homsteaded lew
dramatic tone of voice:
than KM) acre» before June
1874 (no inalter i
"Don't you think, your royal highness, abandoned), »hould addri-M
HKNKT N. COFF, Washington. D. C.
that horse racing and lotting are a
best tor school home and office. It co t» no
Mora than poor Ink. Always ask for Carter's.
great curse to this country? Now,
what would your royal highness think
»20 - »25 - S35 - »40
Avoiding the Rush.
of a man (alas, once a friend of mine!!
Politician—Tell me the best way to
MERRILL CYCLE CO.,
who lost $50.000 through betting? He
«et out of politics.
PORTLfiNO, Or». told me himself that he never won $500
10S-11I Statt Street.
“Oh, that's very sudden; I i want to
In bls life through backing horses.
«et ont gradua.iy.”—Smart SeL
HOME GROWN GRASS SEEDS. What would your royal highness think
A mixture of deep rootinr gra»» »e*M» that we of such a man?”
YOU KNOW WHAT TOT AKE TAKING will guarantee to grow on dry groi n I that will
The prince, disgusted, said very
not produce < rreals or any other kind of gras*
When vou take Grove’s Tasteless Cbbl Tonic, Will make crop of hay, and pasture all season»
Kaurn ths formula is plainly printed on every of the vear. You never invested a dollar in quietly: "What do I think of such a
tie showing that it is simply Iron and Qui Jour life that will give you such re»ults; price man? Well, I will tell you, sir. I Springtime Resolutions
sle. In a taarelaaa form. No Cure, No Pay. 40c.
16.v0 per lou or 20 cents per pound. Send us an think him a mighty bad judge cf horse
order :or 100 pound»; we will send instruction»
She Was Reassured.
for »owing. Address M. J.8HIKLD8 «<*<>. flesh!’*—I«ondon Express.
Teddy—Won't you come and see Growers and Importers of all kinds of Grass
and Field Seed».
our new baby?
Bure relief from liquor, opium and tobacco
Freak Signs in New York.
habits. Send for particular» to
Old Maid Teacher—Yes, dear, when
M. P. N. C.
your aunt Is better.
tbe day la fine and the streets are Keeley Inetitute, 314 Sixth St., Portland, Or
Teddy—Oh, but it ain’t catching!—
thronged, tbe thrifty shopman hangs
out a sort of a cart du Jour which, with
Its stsrlng black and white letters, com
pels regard, and If there are no stops
of the speeding car the Impression mads
by theae placards Is uncommonly
"Washable Boys’ Sults!” allows ths
mind to dwell for a moment upon the
possibilities If boys were not washable.
"Half Off—Men's and Boys' Sults!”
A nearer view might show a temporiz
ing per cent, but the flying car makes
‘Society for the Encouragement of
The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signa
M. J. WALSH
Wearing Clean Shirts!” The purifica
ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one
mind, and for small favors tbe voice
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
rise* In thanksgiving.
*• Just-as-good ” are but Experiments, and endanger the
health of Children—Experience against Experiment.
"Dinners Ten Cents and Up!” And
why noL if It really Is not worth more.
“Wear One of Our $5 Sults and You
Will Have a Fltl” one firm tersely and
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
facetiously puts It
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
"Ladles Skirts Rebounded!” Is tbe en
substance. Its age is its guarantee, it destroys Worms
couraging promise lettered by a little
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea anti Wind
rolieh tailor unacquainted with the In-
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
; tricadee of our tongue.
SAW DARK SPOTS
Good. Live Agents Wanted
What is CASTORIA
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
UNITED STATES SENATOR ROACH
AUTHOR» *• GOOD WALK»»»
William a«.» *«•'» HuwIM.
H ub wit Writers
It la •«!»! that the l»‘«t footinatva of
the .’net.... Hl.......... ..
and Mary Howitt, the writer« o •>
many charming bit» of III«-laiiire
began to walk on their ............ .. 1,1 >•
• nd k.-pt on »»alklng «luring neatly al*
ty year« of niarrl«’«l life-
In 1N2I. when »»alklng »»« fl"
faahlonnble, thia atunly Quaker pair
walked &H0 mil»« among Hie »•
inouiitnlna. carrying iieeeaaary luMN»**
on their atrong young ba. ka. 11««'.'
climbed Ben l.omoml. »»«.'«'«* atreiinia.
crawled over bog«, »«rsnddpl through
bracken, amt all.l dow n ali.wr defile. In
the eotirae of thia wild tramp. Doubt
leaa the peasauia fancied they were
In Hie fifty first year of their marrle.l
life, when Mr«. llo»vllt wa» over 7Uand
her husband altuoat
out one •iininier morning to climb an
Alp Of the Tyrol From the »HUH«’
Taufera they cllmlied a ron«l <«’" "»••«'$’
for vehicle«, walking alradlly for «»»•
At duak they dime to « farmers
,'balet: there they were «•ordlally I"'11
ed to .upper, ami then« for two nights
they .lopt on the aw<«et, frealt hay In Hi«
barn, nml employed the «lay« In <»•«'•
climbing to the mountain top.
An exeuralon which had b.-en p!nnu«<l
for William Howitt's birthday, after be
had passed his eightieth year, waa re
luctantly nbnmlom’d bei’auae of th»
rain. A year or two later his wife
“Father and I havejunt come In from
a plenaant walk right lut«> Hie country,
amongst pletureaque houaea ami au> «>
ancient orchards nml parkllke tli-l.l’
scattered over with grand old Spanish
Mr. llowltt died In 1ST», nK«*«l
years. For a few years more til* faith
ful footniute t«a>k quiet strolls ami
Th* Soft Antwar.
gathered Hie flowers her buabattd loved
Ami vv lieu ahe bad live«! to ««•«■ eighty
Jeweler (enthu.la.ticallyl I assure
nine years she gently fell asleep.— you the watch Is worth twice the
money. It's worth lu guineas If It's
worth a penny.
Customer I «hould hardly «ay that .
LONG TRAMP WHILE ASLEEP.
Jeweler (warming> — You doubt tny
KautuckX Man Walks Ten Mllaa With word*
out Itolng Aware of It.
Mack Sublette, a well known young watch> I mean to say It'* a lie on
man, boards at the th*an bouse, In 4 er the face of It. The thing * an hour
•alite*. Ivy- Ills fattier. Arthur Sub •low—Judy.
lette.11»c* five miles south of \ vr»alll<«a.
on McCownu'a ferry turnpike. When
Sublette atarie«! to bls room, between
11 and 12 o'clock tbe other ulglit. be re
marked to a friend:
In all town» of Orar «
"My sister Is very sick, am! I ought to
have gone home to night. I’ll «lrtve out
He went to .leep at once. At I o'clock
tn the morning a policeman met Sub
lette walking hurriedly to»»nr«l McCow
an's ferry road. He hailed him and re-
roanas et ivi i
celved no reply. Alsiut 2 o'clock Nuts
lette »vtilked Into his father's house and
to lit* sister s tnslslde. Inquired how she
was, conversed with bls »tepinotber
some minutes, nml liefure tbe family
was aware of It he left the Imuse. He
walked back to Veraalllea am! returned
to bed at th«* hotel.
When Sublette awoke at fl o'clock Hie
HENRY GOODMAN A COMPANY,
next morning lie was f«x>t»«>re aud ex
.... tí» rtner ornerr....
baustefl, but knew nothing of Ida noc
Jobbern» of Bioyolo Sundrloa.
turnal juunt until, according tu hla plan,
he drove to Illa father's, ami they ques
tioned him al>out hurrying off lu th.
Sublette ridiculed the Idea of having
t>een there until tlx* family’s evldrm-e
wna aup|H>rte<) by that of tils room
mate, who missed him. tbe testimony
of Pollcemnn Alte-rt Curtis, who met
him In tbeatreet. ami hla ow n blistered
feet am! exhausted body.
TH« CDITSUR COMPANY. W MURRAY BVRCrV, NCW VORN CITY.
Farm Supplies, Etc
Bee Line Buggies
Mtormy Inauguration ■ >aya.
President, have In many caara l>»»n
loath to depart from traditional cua
toms or to disappoint the throng gather
edforthelnauguratlunceH-mony. and In
some case, have aerloualy emlungere«)
their health by Insisting U|M>n taking
the oath of office In tbe o | h - u air. regard
less of tile state of tbe weather. It »vna
■ueb an adherence to precedent that
brought on tbe cold which resulted In
the death of William Henry Harrison
President Lincoln had the most Incle
tnent of Inauguration days, as did nl«o
General Grant. I’resldent B.-nJatnln
Harrison wns almoat bidden from the
crowd by an umbrella when he took th»
oath of office, nml the natal day of
President Cleveland’s second term waa,
characterized by the appearance of a
full t!e<lge<l blizzard Presidents Hayes
and McKinley were Indeed the only
chief executives who In recent years
have been smiled upon by sunny skies.
—Donkey's Home Journal.
»05.00 AND UP
IF YOU WANT AN
Or in fact anything in the Machin« Im«,
writ« us lor Catalogo«» and Pm«».
MITCHELL, LEWIS I STIVER CO.
First and Taylor Sis.
RUSSELL A OO.,
"‘""'•'V’ÄX Anchor Clamps and Uprights
Where Women Propose.
“My wife tins an Impediment In her
•perch,” Hiilil the niiin with the grny
"Lucky mini.” Hnld the mini with the
brown ebln whlakem.
"Don't you believe It, She tin* just
ua much to any on I'crtaln occsi I oiih aa
any woman would have mid It takes
her twice aa long to get through." In
ngth and ilra-ity
Sec Our Anchor Clamp
Yon would b<* «tirprl*ef1 It you knew
how lit' I'll $».»•» <1 « ■ »1 1 OU l<» fl I up
that old feurr.
Heth-r nmd for «on»«*
Anchor < »sup» mid Upright«, and r
pair fit our uh i her», nnd in* Ise j our o d
(atii'a look lift«* a naw one.
AXUllOK FhN< I' look* »o nice and
1» mi atro nr that f*r .ir< lomet I me»
think that It Inuit bo high priced. Il
CLAMr IlKF'iHR I*.ISO.
Cattle, Sheep and Ilog Tight.
UN «vas Ht.ir« after «I«»1"*
FARM, RAILROAD AND LAWN FENCI:
Writs fnr Prie, and Cats'ogus.
The Portland Anchor Fence Co.
«esula Wanted In
741 Nicolai St., PORTLAND, Oregon.
Hri™ m tnllrrt"’
Huy frutn tim iiiÄnnfa<’lur«f-
2 fr«’t , R|<I«,
. ....... 1.4) frei |on|
H .............. .......... ill
W Ire «n<l
Performing n Ha<ro<| Duly.
Bogun-Ol found Hie mon thot lilt niu
wld the brick ng (»1 waa pnaalii’ th«
Requirement, for Citizenship.
W i.l -n is, t.Il you tree how Io make money fa,t
«'oast petrohoim alley. "Twas Garrlgnn.
Until a few years ago Minnesota ac In th. pri-a.-ni great Fa<-
Writ.- bum <liai.lv to I’.anLe • hh . i
Grogan—Are yex goln’ to git even?
corded th. right of auffrage to civilized Broker. Oil Co.; J W. Il.-i tier Ac I nam-lal
“Ol nm not. ’Twas nil n mistake. Th'
Indiana certified by dlatrlct courts to l>e ac.nts, 21fi f ommc *cial Block, Portland, Orr-
special agr-nts aanl.il In < r< ry town.
mon wiih only doin’ Ida Jooty. He
fit for the exercise of the suffrage. In
fought Ol wiih th’ cop In plain clothes."
Florida a requirement of suffrage was
enrollment In the local militia. Ten
A guaranteed Cure for Catarrh and
nessee provided that persons of color Conmmptlon. fl.OO. I> Lock Eox 146.
If you don’t Imlleve that heat gen
who were competent wltne.aea In a W. H. SMITH I CO.. Buffalo. H.Y, Prop's
erate, motion, olwerve n Imrefoot boy
court of justice ngalnst a white man
when he bAppena to step on a live <-onl.
might vote In that Stats.
The less some men know the mor«
There are half a dozen ways of do
Ing everything, but there la always on«
Nature made a miatake in crutlaa
way better than any of the others.
men who live fur themselves aloue.
NEW LIFE TO OLD FENCES!
There are some curloua cuatoma con
nectod with marriage In the Torres
fltrnltH Archipelago. It la almoat mil
verbally tbe woman who propoaea.
Having found a young man to her Ilk
Ing. the girl make* n airing armlet mid
gives It to Ills sister, who acts ns a
go-between. A meeting la arranged In
the btiah. nml a hnrmleaa conrertatlon Great
takea place, during which, however, •Tin
the following queatlona and replica, In
acme form or other, will probably be
made: He: "Do you like me proper?”
She: "Yea. I like you with my heart
and eye. You nre tny man I like you
altogether." The wedding <lny la fixed
then anil there for no dlatnnt date. —
Donkey's Home Journal.
PORTLAND WINE Ä IW« *®
14V Frei,» *«., I•^>rtl«•••t.
JOHN POOLB, Poriland. Oret011'
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Prtutin ha* gtrntlv helped me In »Uength, vlgoo mid appétits,
In the fir nt placa, it «hould bo noted
.d. Itoa. h H. S •>oi nt or I
lion ... W
front North Dakota. Ill a letter written 'that entarrh I* one of the most pi,.v
«lent and unlver**l ni*ludloa k town
l.arlniore. Noith Dakota, ■«)•:
tn mt’dlcnl arlenea. Nearly everybody
Im* catarrh In some doaroo or pha*»
In the av.-ond pln.-o, It *hould l>„
noted that I'erunn I* the only *<
tlfic. Internal catarrh remedy yet <|<.
Thia explains the almoat linlveraal
UM of Peruns. Everybody u*e* p,.
runs, high and low, rich and poor
great and ainall. Peruna baa fought
Ila way out from amona Ito. boat ,,f
catarrh remedies, and alan.la unique
and alone today ua the catarrh rent
oily par excellancu.
By 11« w«||.
earned merits It haa attracted the ut
tention of the aroateat, mid the biial
eat, aud the wlaoat people. |t |„
equally applicable to all ugea. to |M)I|,
•oxea. mill to every climate
Noll.lna In th« hlatory of medicine
baa ever equalled too growtli of tlile
become n national dlaeaae.
haa become a national remedy
Hartman, the Inventor of I’erunn has
become the boat knuwn phyaldau in
the Hutted Htatea.
All thia la explained by the fact that
Peruna cures . atari h wherever l<>. ui.,j
Catarrh la liable to attack any organ
••Pcrsuaded by a trlend / hâve of the human twety. Catarrh la not
used l'truim as a tonie and am a local dlaeaae. but a ayatemic .Ila
flad to testlfy thaï il hav xreatly ease, I’vruna la not a lie al remedy
but a systemic -----------
helped me in »treiigfh. vigor and cure* entarrh by eradicating it fr„m
I haie bcen adt ised by the ayate.n.
Such cures are not temporary but
triends that it la retnarkably et-
fkav ois an a cure tur thè alinovi permanent.
If you do not derivo prompt nm|
unh creai compiala! ol catarrh."
natlatni-tory reaulta from I lie use of
glance al the hl*tory of l‘eruna.
Peruns, write at mice to Dr Hartman,
Never befoie lu 111«’ hlatury of medi giving a full atatomenl of your < uan
cine ha» «ny remedy recel» vd ao many an<l he will be pleased to glv* y(lu his
•ndorsement» fnitn peuple ut national valunble advice gratia.
lm|H>rt«nce. a* l'etunn
Addresa Dr Hartman, Proaldent of
The ex illuni»! Ion of thl* reninrkabln th.. Hartman Sanitarium. Columbus
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