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BLOW MARCH OF OLACIIRS.
In < »hir.iln pcoun«! tn Muv. ST
r««t i» • V-.».
We are often asked, W hy does llootl’s Sarsaparilla
It had long t«*«ii Mi|>|»w«*d that no
effect so many cures of < uses that seem to be almost Kight thousand carrier pigeons ar« ' true glaciers remain In the lUxklM
soilih of Wyoming. « atipiioeltlon now
beyond the reach of medicine?
k«*pt lu uav lu the Geriiiuny army.
known to be lm'orr«*'t. North of Ixuig's
I he answer is this, that this great medicine is enabled ’l'b«r« ar. tw. uty rotveu ruyal fa ml |MMik two Itv-flelda have levo <l«*«M'rlls*d
Ilea In Eur<>;>e. two thirds uf which ur» ' nml referred to ua glaciers by men
by the peculiarity ol its formula to produce results una|> uf
| who«« determinations are eutltl«*«! to
pro,u bed by any other medic ine, this peculiarity consist Tea 1« very clieap In China ; In on« <sonsldM*able weight, though on the
ing in the balanced combination of the very best s|>ecifics province of the t’lnplr« g>x>d t*'« Is »»Id whole they partuke more of the nature
of ueve und ure so «»naldered by some
for the blood, liver, kidneys, stomach, and bowels, namely, at threw cents a i»>und.
ga-ologlata. Tills difference of opinion
A hive of tlv. tliousaiMl bees ■bou Id
for the blood, Sarsaparilla, Stillingia, Yellow I >ock; for produce fifty ponixla uf honey every 1» entirely excusable on the ground that
the liver, Mandrake, Dandelion; lor the kidneys, Uva )var, and multiply tenfold lu five years. th« dividing line betw«**ii neve and gls-
Ursi, Juniper Berries, I’ipsisscwa; for the stomach, Forty years ugo Japsn bad only <ler Is hidletliict, "the on« pnaalng Into
Gentian, Wild < herry Bark, Bitter •< )range Peel; for the eoaaling vvaacla. Now It has several the
However, explorations carried on In the
st.auiahlp. ci m;>auhi«, tlie largest of lust five years hav« brought U> light an
bowels, Senna, Mandrake and Dandelion.
I which runs slity threw veaaela.
Sold by druggists everywhere. Get a bottle today.
11*0 stream which Is no dlatlm-tly a gla
I' huu I foini, liipiiil, ur new form, tablets, 1**0 |)< imm On« liullar.
iii I ik I folk* Utrn»«lux,”
MI mn lh»<lgiM, |iltilnlhciv, t<> tin
filriiil who win |Hiylng ln r u vhtt,
“but IV* tfut KU uwful trjlnx woman
f<»r it n<*lgblM>r jnM now. Hlu* b*»rr«»wa
nil' ll queer tliliiMn 1 in uiimt out o' pu
tii'ina with her "
“Klli’atw nml brooiim and thn flour*
wlfter iiih I Ironing boiiri!, I
the k'lHnt, who bud known life III u
‘.Miry iin*. I tin tit fount ti|< b
«mid MI* m II' h |^0 h . “N<»r my
b«*-d iiiiibrHIn nor my curving knife
mil make «hl ft to get on without ’<*m
f>r it while any time. But when nha
come over to Ixirrow my dlnry the other
diiy, »<>’■ ««lie coilhl keep nr< tint of the
wmlbcr nml her lien»’ rggt mid ao on
till her liti«lMind I’linir* brick from Call-
foriil.i, »In* hmlng given him hern to
put down hl«
und Nlglitn In.
an m whe <*mild copy her record In from
my I mm .U In the rigid pin re I dcilura
I celled It the cupabmf I”
Nobody wna more dealroua of paying
pleuamit tiling» tliiin Mra. Appleby, mid
aim never realized whut un uncompli
mentary Usluii of |hviuNe|ii<a her ila-
tenet « Noniclimva ubluiiird through bar
Mr. Appleby often realized It. how
ever. and he N|»ent n good deni of time
endetivorlng to smooth troubled waters
In the neighborhood.
“I didn't get to the funeral’over at
Maihby. after all.'* said tha good wo-
mmi, one night nt tiie «upper table.
“I felt aort of disappointed when I
f »und t lie Lara I «a carriage wai all
full three on tbo ba*k »rat, and no
place for an ritra one.
“Then | bethought me of ¡»oor Anue
Wil bi rd that liven duwu that neit
■lr«*rt to the LurriilN*va. Kha’s lame,
you know, and pretty devf. but I
•cremn right Into her ear, no ahe can
al way» hear me.
“I went right down there gpd found
her alone, an uiunl. and I »aid to her.
* A nnv, I <■ uhln I get over to Maahby
to n funeral, no I did the neil beat
thing, and came to neo you.*
’’You’d Dover have NU«|wcted from
her fare hnw gratified itio was. Mho
hn« lhr»e long feature«, and
mHUnrtl to I m * drafted uut Molemner that)
U m UN I. but of coutm * I knew ahe was
pleased, anyt»ody that
an few at
alm does, living out of the way and
hived up lu that little boux**
Aii electric rrnialaum furnnee w.ia
navel by ISpva In IMlft for the ermenta
ttuil of lion, lie look tt piece of pure,
toft Iron mid cut n »lit along I tn length.
The nht wtia ()ll«*d wltli dlnmond dtiaf.
w tilch w in prevented from failing out
by Aim Iron wire. The ¡»rtlun of the
wire containing the dual ft*a wrnp|M*d
In mh*n. Tim win* thua charged wna
b**ntvd quickly to rrdnr-* by bw cur i
rent from a battery. On o|*enlng tin*
wire Pep)a found that the diamond
“TIi!. Iu>|»rtr<l imlutlng I. not genu-
du«t bad dlanpftrnred and flint around
where It had Urn the wire lind been Ine." «aid th« art I at.
"Now b«*re'a u liiindrrd If you forget
com ci ted to Mtecl
fxmdon Engineer. |
It," an hl th- rh li man who wouldn't
According to n recent report from To know ■ Michael Angelo front ■ «oap
|i«». there are I.«Ml wholaaitla ami 235, • lithograph "Ko long a. |H*uple think II
<14 retail tobnr<-o dralgra In Japan.
la I'm aatlafl<-d " lndlanat>olla Star.
Only uue third uf th. wurld's popu
I nt Ion use bread as a dally arthle of
food. Fully uue half of the ptiople of
tli« world subalst chiefly uu rice.
A new fail In tlie use of s<*enta h
Uoted lu Ituwla. Tu give tlie human
body au agroesbl« ixlur, any d«n«lrat>lv
llural «aaeui« 1. lujuct«! lutu the veins.
A prisoner accused ill an English
court uf burglary presented to the
Judge a wrlttau defeus« when h« waa
placed ou trial, it Iwgau: ”1 hope
and trust th«M few Hurs will find you
quit« w«IL" 11« gut three years [>eual
A church at T«uvll, «omer»«t, En
gland. waa suddenly filled lu tiie midst
uf a mhuuu with a bld«*ous dis ord
fruiu th« urgau.
The preacher 1m-
.*ruv«d th« opportunity fur an energetic
atta-k upon tb. tiutracl.r of Hutau,
who b.d colu« tu dlafrart their atten
tlulL Th« dour uf tb« urguu riiainber
then u;»eiied and dlacloaed the vicar,
who bad «utered tu abut "ft the water
pressure «ud touched Ilia wrong valve.
Th« habit of snuff taking Lias be«u
Cvullrmed among savage tribes fur ages
past, lu Kuutb Africa It Is uved among
Hwazla. liasuto« and Matabeles. Every
Zulu tu day. «veu lu tow ns, carries a
Hit 1« square box iu»i>«iided «round hl-
neck by a pie* « of string ur guL and th«
auuff a;>ouu (fur tliey du uut indulge
iu th« bumely "pinch") carved uut uf
•beep’s bou«. often uruameuted with
Intricate geometric«i dealgua, and for
couveuleuc« carried hanging downward
through ■ silt In the lobe of th« ear.
Th« Zulu regants the lob« of hla ear
as a useful receptacle for various email
articles lie mreta. Th« umfaan, or
liouaeboy, universally met with In Na
taL baa ■ |iei>cliaiit for safety plus,
which have to bo carefully bidden from
tils sharp ayes, even then lie Is usual
ly to tie seetu after going through tlf
moms, with a string of these pins bus
pend«*d from each ear until they reach
MEMORIES OF CASTLE GARDEN.
R k»a the Aarlraf
Was (oWMallaae I'uueert Hall.
'Ilie Kimi t on Him* Aiuti»* ilought Ims Imrii«* th«* alums»
tur«- of < Ims. II. I'lcUllcr, inni limi b«*«*n umile under Ills
|ier**omil HiijiortIshiti for o»er 3(1 pur». Allow no onn
to tlceeh'«» toil In this, l'oinitrrrrlt«, Imitili ion* mid
•• .lu»t-ii**-|foo<l ” uro bill l'x|»«*rilii«*tit *, litui ciltiiiiiger tho
heult 11 of < hihlreli—l.iperienco ii|¿uln*L liiperlliieiiU
What is CASTORIA
('■istorili I« n hurtille»« substituto for CiiMrir Oil, Pure-
gorl«-, llrops nml Noothluir Sirupa.
It is Plensiint. It
contains neither Opinili. Morphine nor ntlicr Narcotic
Mibstnu,*«*. Its inf«* is its giiiiriuit«*«*. Il dcstroya Worms
nml allays Feverishness. Il cures Dhirrlitni ami W Ind
Colle. It relieves Trclhlnu Troubh-s. cures Constipation
nml Flaliilrucv. Il nsaliiilhit«*s the F« hx I, regulates tho
Ktoinneh mid Bowels. Kivitin healthy and natural sleep,
'lini Children's l’miuceiv— Th«* .Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
▼ M« riStlUR COklR*Rf, VV UURRIV RTRtfT, MIW »ORR CITY.
Get What You Ask For!
HERK ts a Rea»on—
V>’hy tha Cocxl Propia of
America buy Cascarais as
Fast «a tha Clock Tlcks.
Every second some one, somewhere,
Is Buying a littlo Ten-Cent Box ot Cas-
I, 2, 3. 4. 5. 6—60 times to the Minute.
60 Minutes to tha Hour, 3600 Boxes an
Hour, 36,000 Boxes a Day of Ten Hours,
1,000,000 Boxes a Month, and then some.
Ihlnk of It -220,000 People take a
Cascaret tablet each day. Millions use
Cascarets when necessary.
The Judgment of Millions of Bright
Americans Is Infallible. They have been
Buylng and Taklng Cascarets at that rato
lor over Slx years.
a true, faithful, loyal servant of Mankind.
Over Five Millions of Dollars have
been Spent to make the merits of Cas-
carets known, and every cent ot It would
be lost, did not sound merit claim and
hold the constant, continued friendship.
Patronage and Endorsement ol well-
pleased people year after year.
There Is also a Reason-
Why there are Parasites who attach
themselves to the Healthy Body of Cas-
caret's success—Imitators, Counterreltera.
They are Trade Thieves who would
rob Cascarets of the "Cood V/ill” ol tha
people, and sneak unearned profits,
earned and paid tor by Cascarets.
fe 1rai raj
I It Is not an Experiment, not an Acci
dent or Incident, but a sound, Honest
Business, baaed on Tlme-Tr led.snd-Tested
Merit, never found wanting.
There Is a Reason.
Cascarets are the Implacable foe of
All Disease Germs; the Incomparable
cleanser, purifier and strengthener ot the
entire Digestive Canal.
They Act like Exercise on the Bowel-
Muscles, make them strong and active—
able to Help Themselves do Ihelr work—
keep themselves clean.
Cn.soarets are tho safe guard of Innocent
Childhood against the Dreadful Death
dealing Danger} that threaten the Llvea
of the Little <)nes.
They are Purely Vegetable, absolutely
Harmless, always Reliable and Efficient,
Was It uut the bltteriieee of history
that on that day of circumnavigation,
that day uf highest Intensity of Im
preaalmi. the ancient rotunda uf Castle
Garden, viewed from
should have lurked there as n vague
nonentity I On« bud known It from
far, tar back aud with tlie IndellblUtj
of tlw childish vision from th« time
wheu It waa th« cvmmutlloua concert
hull of Now York, tint firmament ot
long extengulahed stars; In spite of
which extinction there outlive« for mr
i tlie Imnge of the Infant phenomen >n
Adelina l'attl, abont (anotlier large
eye«! Infant) I had tuvn ta-nevolently
taken to hear—Adelina l’attl, In a fan
like little white frock and "pantalettes"
and a hnzaarllke rod jacket, mounted
on an arm chair, Ita back supporting
her, wh«w*l«*d to the front of tho stage
und warbling like a tiny thrush even
In tho neat Shabby, shrunken, barely
dlmvrntble today, tiie ancient rotunda,
adjusted to other uses, had afterward,
for many decade«, carried on a con
aplcuous life- and It was tlie preoent
remoteness, the repudlat«*d hartiariain
of all thia, foreshortened by one's own
extu'rlenee. that drop;>ed tlie acid Inti
The sky acrn;>crs and th«
league long bridge*, present and t<
come, marked the point where tlie age
—the age for which Castle Garden
could have I m * cii , In Ita day, a 'value'’—
hat! come out
That In itself wna
nothing ag«*s do come out, na a mat
ter of course, ao far from where they
have gon<* In. But It had done ao, the
Iatt«*r half of tlie nineteenth century,
In one'a own more or lea« Immediate
proHOtice; the difference from pole to
polo was »<> vivid and concrete that no
single shade of any one of Its aapects
waa lost. This Impact of the whole
condensed pnst at once produced a hor
rlble, hateful sense of personal an
tlqulty. Hana*r's Magazine.
A Youthful Observer,
He was only 4 years old, but he had
already begun to solve In his own fnsh
Ion some of the mysteries of life end
of living. So one day when the talk
turn«*«! on boards such as are used In
building houses, he came out with the
rather unusual information that board»
aro made of sawdust.
"Why do you say that?" asked his
mother who, like all mothers, was In
(•rested in the development of her
” ’CauiM,” «a I<1 tite you tli fu I observer,
"when you cut a board the tmwilual
comes out of IL'
A Dishonest Purpose means a Dishonest
Product and a Disregard ol the Purchas
ers' Health or Welfare.
Beware of the Slick Salesman and his
ancient ''Just as Good" story that com
mon sense refutes.
Cascarets are made only by the Sterling
Remedy Company, and the famoua little
Ten Cent "Veal Pocket" box is here
shown. They xre never sold In bulk.
Every tablet marked "CCC."
Be sure you get tho genuine.
rr* FRKK TO OVR FRIENDS!
W« want to send to our friends a texotlfol
French^leslsned. GOLD PLATED BONBON BOX.
hard-enameled In colora. It Is a beauty for the
dressins table. Ten cents In stamps 11 asked at a
measure ot toed filth ind to covtr cut of Caicariti,
with which Oili'Talntv trinket li loaded.
Send to-day, menllonlns thia paper, AddriM
SterUag Kimody Company, Chicago ar New York.
"Thera wna one thing about that arm
leas Venus of Milo that strongly Indi
cated ah« would b« an econouilen'
"Thu fact that bur husband wouldn't
have to buy her an ermln« muff."—
t'loveland I'lalu Dealer.
Te tae Point.
cier ns to leav« no chance for a dispute
as Io Its character, it has be«n visited
by ei|M*rlenc«Kl geologlsta, mapiied.
photograph«*! and thoroughly atudl—L
ArupuluH' glacier Is al»out a mile long
and Is situated amid M-enery as inspir
ing as any in the southern Kockl«*«. it
occupies an nmplilthvater ur glacial
cirque u;sm the east side of the Ara
pahoe peaks, the peaks and their thin,
serrated connecting ridge funning the
semicircular rim of th« cirque, the
ridges running suet ward from the north
mid south peuk« forming thw walla uf
tlw unclunt glacial valley. Th« blglnsit
|mlut on tbu rim of the cirque la 13,700
fevt above seu level.
No measurements were nweMary ti
eouvluce tlw IIr»t exploring party that
th« lev was moving. To the stud«mt uf
glacial phunomena th« evidence on
every baud whs easily read os a print
ed page am! as convincing as a mathe
matical demonstration, but It remained
to determine the rate uf movement.
Consequently on n later visit the party
set up the Instruments on th« granltlo
north wall and placed a line of zinc
tablets acroMi tb« face of tlw Ice. It«-
tiimlng exactly one year later, they
found that th« tuldeta had moved in
nmounts varying from 11.15 f«et at a
laxlllt 3<)0 feet from th« edg« to 27.7
fvet at a point near Uw center.—Har
lutu« Tlntei Brian
• • fSo m Found.
W hat J oy T hey B ring
To E very H ome
as with joyous hearts and smiling faces they romp and play—when in health
—and how conducive to health tne games in which they indulge, the outdoor
life they enjoy, the cleanly, regular habits they should be taught to form and
the wholesome diet of which they should partake. How tenderly their health
should be preserved, not by constant medication, but by careful avoidance of
every medicine of an injurious or objectionable nature and if at any time a
remedial agent is required, to assist nature, only those of known excellence
should be used; remedies which are pure and wholesome and truly beneficial
in effect, like the pleasant laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs, manufactured by
the California Fig Syrup Co. Syrup of Figs has come into general favor in
many millions of well informed families, whose estimate of its quality and
excellence is based upon personal knou ledge and use.
Syrup of Figs has also met with the approval of physicians generally, be
cause they know it is wholesome, simple and gentle in its action. We inform
all reputable physicians as to the medicinal principles of Syrup of Figs, obtained,
by an original method, from certain plants known to them to act most benefici
ally and presented in an agreeable syrup in which the wholesome Californian
blue figs are used to promote the pleasant taste; therefore it is not a secret rem
edy and hence we are free to refer to all well informed physicians, who do not
approve of patent medicines and never favor indiscriminate self-medication.
Please to remember and teach your children also that the genuine Syrup
of Figs always has the full name of the Company—California Fig Syrup Co.
— plainly printed on the front of every package and that it is for sale in
bottles of one size only. If any dealer offers any other than the regular Fifty
cent size, or having printed thereon the name of any other company, do not
accept it. If you fail to get the genuine you will not get its beneficial effects,
amily should always have a bottle on hand, as it is equally beneficial
parents and the children, whenever a laxative remedy is required.
“Tli« flesh uf the green turtle often
brings |.vi a pound,” said au oyster
dealer. “Thia rich meat romei to us
from tlie coral reef« of the Weet lu
Few people who have not traveled
about the Iiuaslan empire can imagine
'"¡'he turtles ar« caught In nets bow boundlesa Is Its wealth tn timber
among the rocks. They are very care -Wooden Russia" la the name applied
fully brought north. Th«*y are deck to the vast forest areas of Russia in
¡■assengens at first, but •» the weather Europe, which cover nearly 5.000.000
grows cold with tlie chip*« progre»« acres, or 30 per cent of the entire area
they are |rnn«l lu warm rooms below of the country. In Itussla bouses built
- regular staterooms.
of any other material than wood are
"It's n different trentment that they almost unknown outside the cities and
get. though, at the natives' hands. If wood constitutes the principal fuel.
a native is bring turtles north he nails The forest twit called the "Taiga." In
them fast to tiie «leek by their flippers. Sllierla. stretches In a direct line from
Strange creatures that they are. they the L'rals to the Pacific for 4.000 mil«»«
nplwar to suffer little uuder such cruel and In many parts Is 500 miles broad.
All this Is the property of the czar.
“The calipee and calipash are re-
You Can (let Alien's Foot-Ease FREE.
s|s<ctlvely tlie flesh from the breast aud
Write Allen S. Olmitrd, te Roy.N. Y., tor a
the back of tlie green turtle, tidbits tree uaplt ot Alton '• Foot-Earo. It cures
which. I have heard epicures say. are swvstln,. hot «wolton. aching test. It inaxe«
tight She«« vroy A certain cur, fot
unequaled tn the earth beneatli. the corm, tngru-ving noils ar.d bunluni AU drug-
l xsc. boataoroptany suzwutui*
heaiena above or (be water« under tiro
earth. Thia meat la su;>erlatlvely rich. I
With the Current.
delicate and tender.
"As te municipal ownership, for la
"Live green turtle fetches, whole itance," «aid tha doctor, "what do you
sale. front a dime to a quarter a pound. ' conceive te be the drift of public opin-
Wbat makes the meat au expensive In , *on
"The drift of public opinion." inter
the end la that out of a 14O-pound tish
you'll only get two pounds of a eallj>eu rupted th, professur, “ia th« floating
and one of calipash.
TO CCltE A CULD IX OSE PAY
Several times whon there has been
Take LAXATIVE HR«>MOQulnln»T»b,vts. Prue-
a tight turtle market The chefs of mil arlau
rvfun.l money tr It ful , u> cure.
lionaire« and of certain extravagant WtUVk'» sl«i>a:ure 1« ou each box. Kc.
hotels have offered me »1 a i mu nd for
A 1‘l.c For It.
live turtle. At that rate your call|«ve
“I hare hopes." said Cholly Sappy,
aud calipash would come to quite $50 "of getting a Job In Mr. Merchant's of
a pound, wouldn't It?"
fice. don't ye know."
He led the way to a basement, dark,
“I wouldn't be surprised If be did
warm. dry. Here, drowse.! a uumt>er find room for you,” remarked repprey,
of enormous given turtles, and In sev “he'» very systematic.”
eral heavy caeca lay heaps of what
looked like crisp, curly pieces of glue.
“Well, be believes In providing a
“That," said the dealer, "la the fluest place for everything and everything In
sundried turtle meat."
Ils place.'"— Philadelphia Press.
"Do you ever have accidents In han
J100 Reward, $100.
dling big turtles?"
The readers ot this paper will be plea-ae! tc
"Not often. Last month, though a learn
that there is at least one dread» i diMaae
200-poundcr bit n>y foreman's nose off. ttvst science has been able to cure iu all Its
that la Catarrh. Hall e I atarrb
The fellow has sued me fur damages. Cure is sad
the only positive cure known to the
He claims the turtles ought to be uni» lae-lleal traternlty < atarrn being a constitu
dives»», requires a constitutional treat-
zled. He says elevators and dangerous tional
■ueut. Hall a. alairh Cure la taseu internally,
machines have guards and the muxxlee actins directly ut-on the blood and mucoui
curiae»« ot the system, thereby destroying the
would be the guards of the turtles."— toundatton ol the >li»»a»». and giving the pa*
twnt strength by bsildlt>a up the constitution
New Orleans Time« IVemocrat
aud roaming nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have ao much faith In lu curative
Good Mualu a Character Bnllder.
powers that they otter One Hundred Dollars
tor an v case that it tails to curs. Send tor list
Good mualc Is a powerful tonic to ot testimonials.
K J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, a
ninny people, eepux'lully those suffer
Bold by drugdets, 75c.
ing from melnneholln. It lifts them
Mali's Family Pills are the best.
out of their solemn moods, dispels
■oaa Waa a Fieag.
gloom and despondency, kills discour
“When the boss comes In do you hide
aged feelings, and give* new hope, new
life, and new vigor. It seems to put your box of cigarettes?" asked tbs call
a great matty |x*ople Into proper tune. er.
"Sure," responded the office boy with
It gives them the keynote of truth and
Irenuty. strikes the chords of harmony, a grlu.
“Ah. you are afraid to 1st him catch
dispels discord from the life, scatters
clouds and brings sunshine.
"Taint dat; I'm afraid he'll ask me
All good uiuh I c Is a character build
er, because Its constant suggestion of fer a smoke.”
harmony, order and beauty puts the PITQ rvnnanently Cured. Noftttor nvrvouvnrea
mind Into a normal attitude.
Music "III) aOvr Aral day'» uro ot Hr Kllov'sUreal N-rva
Hrotorvr. sand for Fraeas trial bottl* and Ireauro
clears the cobwebs out of many minds, Dr.
H. H. Kin». Ud..Mi Arvh sl . 1'biladalphia, Pa.
so that ttiey enn think bettor, act bet
• taaetuB V» fe» It.
ter, and live better. Come writers are
Th, orchestra, consisting of • ▼lei Islet
dependent upon music for their Inspi
• nd « pianist, stopped to r««t. and the
ration and their nuxxls. Somehow It
chairman of the meeting took occasioD
brings the muse to them. It adds bril
to step to th. front ot tho platform to
liancy to the brain, anil facility to the apologue for th. poor ventilation of tb«
pen, which they cannot seem to get In hall.
“Uantlemen,” be said. “I know bow W
any other way.
Good musk* seems to gfvo us a touch bava all been eulering for th. last fif
of the divine, and to put us In contact tMn minute«. Thia bad ail
"Do air is yoost as good as do aggom
It drives out evil
paniment!” Interrupted tho indignait vio
thoughts, lniikltig us ashamed of them.
llaist. glaring at >bo pian» player.
It lifts us above i>etty annoyances and
little worries of life, and gives us a
Motkenwlll find Mr-. Wtnilow'i Soothing
th. b.«t remedy ioum fur lh.lr .hlldreii
glimpse of the Ideal which the actual Syrup
during the teething period.
la constantly obseurlng.
"Ths dny of the Ikies Is over," sail!
the talkative man.
First Bug—At the amateur game,
"Married or single?" Interjected the
yesterday George Griiashovumr broke
man who hadn't »poken licforc.
Thoughtless listeners deemed the the record for the standing Jump by
Irrelevant. — Philadelphia two feet and alx Inches, but the officials
rerum*d to recognise the ¡>ertoniiiuie«.
Second Hug Why, how’s that?
Til« troubl« with th. averAgn fntlier
First Bug They decided that he
being prepur«*«! fur « rainy <l«y Is, that jumped for a living. Brooklyn I.lfo.
hl. daughter's wedding diiy get. him
This Is the season of the year when
the new wall paper la selected, and
If It WHBti'l for Sunday, the average
the daughter make« the selection for
married man wouldn’t have anything
the parlor and the mother picks out
to look forward tu
Cur the kitchen.
Ita Tkrllllae KCaet.
The great organ pel led forth.
The leader of the choir waved hli baton
with great energy, his bead and hii whole
laxly aMiating In keeping time and giving
expression to tke noble anthem. And th.
eboir asng, in full chorus:
"Aw mi» O waw maw raw yaw Jaw;
Woe yo b«w ho raw law aw waw.
Law jaw O baw maw raw.
Yo haw hee aw baw Jaw O baw
Woe haw daw tnaw aw daw raw aw,
Baw waw ahaw law O maw!”
The congregation had some difficulty in
understanding th. words, but the music
was grand, and it sounded like wonhip.—
T.kl.a foo < •«■<■««.
if a ahi » K.,—A««ay»r and ChamMg
Ixdvllla, < oloHMlfb Specimen prlrm: Oold,
Th« visitor had asked permission to in- ««liver, Ice ad. |1 ; G< .d, silver, 75« < Mild. Mr; Ziec W
fnpper. 11 <’yanlda taatiu Mailn.-« »nvab.pr» an<
tpect th« extensive works.
ful pro 1 st m - ul qq appHratlon. control and Vt»-
“Ortainly,” said the «uperintendent. pir* w rk ««netted. Kvfereac« : i. arbonata N or
"You won't mind being searched before UunaJ Bank.
you begin, I preaamt? It's merely a for
“What do you want to aearcb me for?
Do yon think I bare bomba concealed
"Worse than that. You might hav. a
"I hues need yoar FISH BRAND
note book and pencil, you know.’’—Cbi-
Sliokor tor free years and can trurh-
tsUy say that I never have had
WET WEATHER COMFORT
A Gt’ARAXTEF.D CURE TOR PILES.
ftehlnf, HI r.<1. Bleeding. Protruding Plica. ------
Cats arc authorised to reftind money If PAZO
I5 IMEM fa.I> u>cur« tn i to 14 days. Suu.
-------------------------- g---— 4
A Wise Yoatk.
“But can you support me In the style
to which I have been accustomed?” ahe
“I don't think I should bare any hes
itancy In promising that.” be said.
And then she suddenly realized that
be knew her folks kept only one ser
rant; that the gown she wore was last
season's style, and that her mother bad
let the up(ier hall bedroom to a roomer
who was In the gimlet department ot a
downtown hardware store.—Cleveland
anything g *v m. to much com
fort and satrefectiwi. Errcloe.«
find my omer foe another one."
( . m >. -no eoomae oa Aevucerwa)
You can dsij the haniest storm «¡th Tower’»
Wi'trpoof Oiled Clothing and Hat».
Hifhtst Award Wsrld'» Fair. 1941.
OUR GUARANTEE IS BACK OF THIS
SIGN OF THE FISH
A. J. TO WEH co.
Batt.«. U. & 4.
tO»ft CABÀO1A» CO.
Can You Buy
In Your Town?
a copy of our handsomely
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“Oregon, Washington, Idaho
and Their Resources,” which
tells all about this section of
the Union, where there are
more openings in every line
of industry than anywhere
•Ise in the United States.
Four cents in postage.
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General Passenger Agt.
The Oregon Railroad &
If not, let ui know and we will •••
that you can.
We are manufacturers
and Importer« of
Hop Cloth and
Burlap of All Kinds
Bags of Burlap and Cotton
Manufactured by Us
Write for it today.
BEMIS BRO. BAG CO.
1508-1514 Colorado SL
Portland Trade Directory
Nafres and Addr<«sc9 in Portland of Repre
sentative Business firms.
PHOTO StT’PLIEM; Ki-lak dcvclnptnc and print
ing; write tor prices. Woodard. Clark» A Co.
MA..11 UMKIOS-W.iror co.. EerUaad.
Lowest prloes on Lantern» and Slid»«
ELASTIC UOMKRY : Supporters, Broets: Knit to
Fit; fr?« tue asu reinent blanks; Woodard, Clarke.
HÖnsKS of all kinds for sal- al very reasonable
prices, lnqutra Zìa From su
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IKUSSKS enton approval; *• <'i*rantro flt lu
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Kvrrrlhlng la nraa'a furulahiti... Murrlaou and
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IREK l.ASli IS OIIKUON uudvr Ih» Carey I rrl
•allunaci, tired d reel iron» »tat». Write today.
Luuklvl and map rr»». H. n. Conk» A Cu„ ül
Alder »tract, l’orlla» d, Urcxou.
FOI LTRY FOoD— If you want yonr h*n* to av
more earn write us lor free particular« about Pl
RINA Vol LTKY F KEO«—Acme Mill« Co..
Pore and, Oregon.
lAllorts Columbia Woolen Mill« Co.. Portland.
Ore. I atest otyie clothe« made tn measure cheap
Our «elf measurement «yeti-m insure« perfect tit.
W rite for free aamples aud prices.
I IAN<» h
out; \>s <!>. ,* , i, - >,
, i ,
elite coast. Organs and Pianos on easy payments.
W rite for list. Let us quote you a price. Alleu
Gliberi-Ramaker Co., Portland, Oregon.
Uurnan Heir Uoulv-swltr-hee, l oinradorirv. Men'«
'lolliw-el »nd W le» : b.'»« quality; loweat pri«*»«:
»•nd for Ire. price Hal ; until orrlem a apeelalty.
l'aria Hair Clora, lu» Washington SU
P. N. U.
No. 16 06
HFN writing to nd Ferii sera please
mention thia paper.
; july g nr«
C vital *a.5<xtooc
W. L. DOUaiAt MA KES 4 BELLS MOK
MEM’S S3. Sil SHOES THAM AMYOTHÍA
MAMUfAOTUKER IM THE WORLD.
c 1 n nnn awa u »»yo»« •»« cm
£ I U,UUU diipnvi t»,i itittmsnt.
It I could take you Into mv Ihres large «actoriae
at Brockton, Mass., and show you ths Infinite
care with which every pelr of ehoee le mede, you
would reali«» why W. L. Ilouelro 1.1SO ehuee
coot mor» to moke, why they hold their »haeOL
lit better, weer longer, end ere ol grea t M
Intrinsic value than any other J.1.S0 -hee.
W. L. Oovfflaa Sirona Mado SEoo» fog
Mon. S3.SO, t'J.Olf. ilavo’Soho»fà
_ W i.I.fk.sg.
CAUTIO N, —Inalai upon herios
.1.. I long,
__ ehoea. Take no _ eubatIlute. Nnn.
without hl« n»n>» and prl<*<* «tamp«l on botloM.
will rot waar Sn«M»>
Writ, tor Hlu«tr»ta<l Catalog.
W. L. DOIULAJ, Struckum. Ms«»