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nvns'iNTi ium,i.i:tin, honomh.u. t ii., BAT'ittDAV, nov. 27, isog.
for In.fontn and Children.
The Effects of Opiates.
fllAT IM'ANTS nro peculiarly susceptible to opium anil It various prop-
orations, nil of wlikli aro narcotic, U well known. Ern In the smallest
i1om. If continued, these opiates c-itun change In tlio functions and growth of
(lie cells, which aro likely to become pirmiinmt, ciiislng Imbecility, mental
perversion, n, craving for alcohol or narcotics in luti r life. Nenousdlsiavs, such
as intractable nervous dyspepsia nml lack of staying; powers, nro a result of dosing
v Ith opiates or narcotics to keep c hildren quit t In their Infancy. The ruin anions
physicians is that children should inner reci Uo opiiles In tlio smallest doses foe
mors than a day nt a time, unit only then If unavoidable.
The administration of Anod) nes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to clilldnn by any but n. phjxiilan cannut tie too strongly decried, nud
the druggist should not bo a pnrty to It, ChlUrc r. who are 111 nci d tho attention
of a physician, and It is nothing lesa than a crime to Acta them w illfully with nar
cotics. Castoria contains no mrcotles if it bears the sign tturo of Clint. II. rictchcr.
The SI? s j -- uunrnntcci Hrmilno
Ignnture of WLvV5 f-cicUM Viatorlo
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
Toar prtpftntlon known m CtorlaIhTtje4 1 "I hit re prrKiibM your Ctalorln In maor cwi
tor yMn In children's complaint tnj t hate found
do thing better. John 7 Lbita, M I ,
For 1 eteral ytari I rrccmmendf d your CilorlV
and aria.ll always coutlnat to do o, w It has Inn
rUbly produced beorfldal irulu '
iww P. Pannta, M D t Tsw York City,
"Yoor Carter! Is a roerltorlnui honioU
rrratsily. It Is portly Trpr Ubio sad arts si a mild
cathartic. A dot all. It docs no h-rni, which l
more than can ba said 0! ths ffn at majority vf cbll
Victor IL Oorrxati, M. D , Omaha, Neb
Children Cry for
In Use For Over 3 0 Years.
Milled from the hardest wheat grown
-in the State of Oregon.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
Chas. J. Day,
And the other Leading Grocers
It. LAWRENCE H. KENT,
rived from Oakland, Cal., and he is now employed by M. E.
SUVA. Mr. Kent it an experienced man in this line ot,
ousmesi, ana as a pracncni emoaimer nai nan lb yetn ex
perience, Mr. I. H. Kent and. Mr. M. E. Silva are now prepared to
receive all business entrusted to onr care Mrs. Kent is also a lady un-'
drrtnkrr and will care for the female cases, which is most needed in
our community. She will arrive here within six weeks' time.
M. E. Silva's Undertaking Establishment
1120 Fort St.
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American Steam Laundry
riRST-CLASS LAUNDRY work
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
CITY 'OrFICE MASONIC TEMPLE.
in I J m always found It an cfflrlrot and ipccdf
A. F. PirLrm, Jl. D , St, Lnul. )to,
" I hart qmhI yoor Cwtoria In my own homehold
with c mhI r h1Ip, and have adi lavd netcral patlrnts
to nud It for Its mill, laxatlvo effect and freedom
froaiharm ' Ldwauu Pannifn, M. D ,
Brookljn, N. T.
"YorrCw'orta boldi the etteem of ths medical
prof tt Inn lit u manner held by tio other proprietary
pr pnrrtiioii It ts a saru and reliable medic! ns for
iti'uiti mid cMi'mi la fact It li the QnWtna!
bou'ehotd rvmely for Infantile ailments
J. A. PaaapmM.D.. Kansas City, Ho.
EmbRlmer and Funeral Director, ar
Night Call 1014. i
The Cleanest and Most Sanitary Laundry
CAN SEND BABY'S CLOTHES TO
What Army and Navy
I Folk Are Dong j
Changes in Station.
I gonoi.ti piogrniii roi mo nioxe
incut of t'nlted Stales hoops dm lug
the cnr 1!M0 has been piepmed at
tlio Win Depaitiucnt and uppioved
b) I'icsldeiil Tuft. It limihcx tlio
i ot 11 1 11 home of icglniontH In tho
Philippines 'liiwe terms will hao
Lxplicd mid theli i (.placement li
tumps now at home stutlons. l"or
lullllnrj leaxons the details of tho
moMnicnt will not he in ulo public fur
kcu'ral uiukii .et
A new polity us to the tho iihsIkm
on this c.ir. It Ih pi omleol In
semi lecliucntH th.it weie scattcreit
tlnoiiRli KCerul posts on their Inst
tour In the I'hlllppliies to koiu reRl
iiicntal post, In order to In lug tho
li cliiientH together iignlu foi a pn-
i lod Tho Hiiine method lll bo fol
lowed to xoiiiu extent ,on the loturn
of regiments fioni the Islands to tho
Tlio liifautry regiments that nic
llliel) to come to the Philippines In
l'.MO are the llth, 9th nml 1Mb. Tlio
Infantr) rigluiintH to leuo the IhIiiiuIh
iuo the Ith. Itth and 2:id. Tho 2(1
CiimiIi) Is Bchediiled to ionic to the
hl.imls In .lamuiij, mid ma) possibly
cimio on tho trnnsH)rt to sail l)u
lemlier C, but no other cnwilry regl
nients ate to (omo In 1910. Ah hoiiio
lufantr) regiment Is to be tclectcd
to go to Alaska, It Is not safe to say
I pnsltUcly that the dtli, flth niul I9tli
(will dime to the I'hlllppliies, as one
uf these icfjments ma) go to Alaskn.
Maicr Fechet Retires.
.Major llugeiio O. l'echct. Signal
Corps, ictlres on Manh 14, 1910. IK
has been glcn six months leae to
Major I'ethct Is well known In
I ho Philippines, hnlng solved twhe
Ixfoie Ills (aieci as a soldier
started In No ember, 1X01, when ho
enlisted In the 2nd Michigan Ca
nlr Ho later sened In tho 1st
Michigan Artlltcr) until April 10,
ISO I. Mo went to tho United States
Mllltaij Atadeiii) as a radet in Jul.
1SC4, and graduated In dune, ISfiH.
Ho nns assigned In the 2mi Arttt
lcr and hercd In that leglmciit tin-
Weak md Eihaosted Almost Ready
to Sirrender and Cease Fighting
the Battle of Life.
If your blood
poorly and your
weak: if you
with stomach out
of order, and have
muscles, and you find your day's
duties almost too much for you
then there is holp for you in
It will arouse the diRc.ntive glands
to more activity, will purify your
blood, help you to refreshing
sleep, and givo renewed force,
tone, and strength to your system
in general. Ayer'a Sarsaparilla has
benefited many thousands of tired
and discouraged pooplo and will
surely benefit you.
Anoto tnatlt,Aicr' Rttrta
parllla contains no alcohol.
There aro many Imitation Barssparillas
Do ouro younet "AYCR'S."
'""' '' c, ' c "ac'' in o
ilia rn.u ib but fealty uuiit.
US WITHOUT TEAR. THEY ARE
l til 18Tri,shen he resigned from tlio
service. Dm lug tho Spanish Aine
I lean War ho i centered the service
as n major and signal officer of o
luntcers. He nns appointed a cap
tain In the signal coips ot tho army
In Pcliiimr, 1901, and was promoted
n major In August l'toft. Major ro
chet is one of tho sterling officers of
the senile. Ills daughtei, Miss FV
ihct, will he lemembcrcd as ono ot
the most popular of the joung ladles
of Manila's oungcr nodal set of u
ea- or two ago Shortly before tlio
2Clh Infantrj left heie, she mar
ried Captain Dana Kllboiirue, r"gl
mentnl qunrlermastcr, who Is also
woll and popular!) known in this
Will Have Station in North.
A prhntc tabic received from
Washington stntes that the 14th In
rnntiy will sill for the United States
(in Kcbruary IS and will be station
id nt Kort Missoula, Montnnn, Koit
Willlnm II. Harrison, Montana, nml
l'ort Muroln, Dakota. The latter
nre tho posts now occupied by tho
ti 111 infantry wlildi will rellec the
114th lurantiy li. these Islands. This
cable con II I ins the first dispatch
i which was recehed hero to the ef
fect that the regiment would he sent
itt the posts ncatod by tho 6th In-
fnntry, but contradicts the report
that tho 14th Infnntr) would tako
station at rort nam Houston, Texas.
The lilucjacket thinks that the
workshop on board ship has received
too little consideration from tho de
signers of lighting ships. It Is placed
In some ships uhcio there Is not
proper room or nrcess, with pool
light, and linurlalily equipped with
BCcond-iatc or obsolete machines, al
though, it maintains, ono of tho
most Important necessities of n bat
tleship Is a wcll-co,ulppcd foundry
and trained moldcr nnd blacksmiths
to tako (are of dm broken oi worn
out small parts. There Is not a fully
equipped miller on any ship, though
enough (annot bo said In favor If
milling machines on bond. Most
millers aie without hack gems, tin
working (,iatlt of the inacliliio be
ing loweied twciit-no per cent.
Iloll-clrlvrn machliiei), uhlcli Is tho
i ulo on' Warships, Is objected to as
compelling stooping and creating
much dirt. i;.irli machine should bo
di hen Independents by a small mo
tor, which would sao the ten per
rent, loss of time caused on uvoi)
heavy stock Job 1 the shipping nnd
breaking of belts. There Is no rea
son, sn8 tho irltlc, wh) cvor) bat
tleship ''should not be wholly self
Mistainlng outside uf tcilous acci
dents. Died of Tuberculosa.
The Philippine Islands h.no been
blaincil for the ih.iths of two more
pinmlneiit Aini ii.11ii.tb, whin C.ipt.
Wind II. l'ci siting, .IS ears old, and
I.leut Albert Urine Ilendeison, II :i
c.us old, died r ceo nt 1) within a low
hours of each other.
Kath had seen scnleo In the Isl
ands, where the fatal tuberculosis
was said to lime been (ontrartcd,
when Lieutenant Henderson learned
that his brothei holdlcr had Just
died he was plunged Into grief will' li
hi ought on it sevcie hemorrhage that
ended In death.
Captain Pershing wns u hi other
of (len. John .1. reishlug. Ho was
horn nt Laclede, Mo , and graduated
from Chlrago unUeislty. Ho cntcicil
the Aiiny ns Mionii lieutenant at
the outbreak of the Spanlsh-Aincrl-
, ran win, serving with tho Sixth in-
Ho later tame to the Philippines
In tho Uuurth U, S tavalry nnd sorv
eil with dlsliictlon during tho iusur
On iii'toiiut of Injuries sustained
In that campaign ho was sent hack
to tho United States. Recovering,
D. McINTYRE, Manager
IN THE ISLANDS
WASHED SEPARATELY FROM THOSE OF ADULTS. FLANNELS
PROCESS. OF OUR OWN.
ho onteicil tho Infantry nnd Ctnntry
school at l'oit Leavenworth, grad
uating In 190.1. He nttnlned his
rnptalncy In 110(1 nnd the snmo )enr
suffered tho llrst s)inptonis of tho
disease which (alined his death,
He made a bravo tight against tho
disease nnd nppnicntly had won. In
1904 ho married Mrs. Ha) lies. Tho
bod) wns taken to Chicago, accom
panied by (Jiucriil nnd Mis Persh
ing. Lieutenant irrndersoii was horn
In Canada, but turned to Detroit
with his parents when n boy. Ho
was graduated, from the Detroit Me
dical school In 1808 nnd enlisted In
tho Thlrt) -first Michigan Volunteers
ns a hospital steward. In 1900 ho
Joined the tegular army and wns
transferred to tho Philippines, whero
ho made a splendid record, being
promoted to first lieutenant and as
slstunt nun) surgeon.
White In the Philippines Lieuten
ant Hcr.Ocrson contracted tubercu
losis and he wns sent home. ,He hint
been In Dencr for the" past few
months. Itcicntl) his health failed
rapldl) and he was taken to St. Jos
eph's hospital," where he died n few
hours after his friend, Captain Pop
thing, breathed his last,
Lieutenant Hcndcisoii lcaos n
widow nnd n (laughter a jcars old.
FOR HEAVY TAX
The burden of taxation on tho
Japanese people for the present )car.
Unhiding national and local taxes
nnd (ontrlliutlon to woiks or Inl-
gatlon nnd to the repair of damage
caused to public works by tloods,
shows un nerage of $22 per head
of tho population. Tho highest 11b
urcs nic In rukuokii prefecture,
wheic tho ctunulullic rntc Is S.I0.70,
and the lowest In Kugoshimn, whcio
It Is $11.40.
A plumber with only seven cents In
his pocket was hold up nnd shot. A
plumber with thnt small amount In
Ms pockets nuy hn(. shot himself.
It Is No Gamble
Because wc know you
are going to get satis
faction. Clothes we
make for you have
class and fit perfectly.
Oet your clothes made
to your measure by us
at ready to wear
A new line of suit
ings just received from
Geo. A. Martin,
Hotel St.' 0pp. Union.
Pem-na Promptly Relieves
Mr. T. lUrnceotl. West Aj Inter,
"Last winter I was ill with pneumonia after having la grippe,
Ftruna for two months, when I became quite well, and I can say that
any one can be cured by it in a reasonable time and at littlo expense.
Every time I take a cold I take some Ferunti, which makes me well again.
'1 also Induced a young lady, w ho was all rundow it and ronlliKd to tho
honso, to take Pcruna, and after taking Pcrnna for thrco months sho Is able
to follow her trade of tailoring.
"I can recommend Feruna for all
EVKIIY )ir, during tho Inclement
weather ot winter, thero Is an epi
demic, of la grippe. The dlao Is ready
catarrhal In nature, but from tho form
It assumes, has been commonly termed
Splendid Remedy for La Grippe.
Mr. Frank II. Fielder, 213 Ploaant
Ave., Montgomery, Alnhanui, U. fi. A.,
formerly principal of Ilayiicavllle Illsh
"I can truthfully say that Ternna la
aplcndld remedy for la grlppo and a
good tonic for building up tlio sj stem."
La grlppo la very tenacious when It
jneegxtaa Arm hold upon tho system,
and in addition to a thorough, systemic
TIib following wholesale druggist
will supply the retail tro-le:
AND DELICATE FABRICS WASHED
and La Grippe.
Ontario, (Tin., w rltest
T ntb '
such who are ill and require a tonic.
catarrh remedy, a great deal of pallenc
and persistence In the treatment aro ra
quired toeradlcnto tho disease.
Poruna, an tntornnl catarrh remedy,
Is one of the best medicines over do
vised to meet tho exigencies of theso
cases, Tho largo numlicr of commend
atory letters rcccUid by Dr. Hnrlmnn,
tho Imcntor of l'eruna, 111 behalf of his
remedy Is proof sufllclcnt of Its valuo
aa a reliable medicine- for tho "grip."
Mr. Frank llauer, Minnelska, Minne
sota, U.S. A. .writes: "I suffered with
la grlppo. My lungs felt aa If knives
woro sticking In them. I took Pcrtink
and in four daya 1 was ablo to go out."
'rilSNSON, SMITH tc CO.,
CONCRETE FLOORS, ARTESIAN
WATER. Entire Plant Flushed Out
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1382 LILIHA STREET.
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