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13 OFTEN PREVtNTEO BY DR.
WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS.
Taken When tha Flrat Warning Symp
toms Ara Noticed Much Neoifivs
Suffering May E Saved.
Are yon troubled with jnulor, Ins of
pi rita, whmi of Jicat pciinjf over tho
tody, short na of lir.itU after alight
fi-rtion, a xcn!iitr alippiiiir of tha
licart beat, poor dirtIon, chi extremi
ties or a feeiuiff of Y-eijfht ami fuilm-?
Do not make the mUtako of lliinkiu
that thrift are Uiwiisc in themselves
ami 1)0 aalUuVil with temporary relief.
TIu it t!ia way tlm iicrvot pivo warn
Ifjt that tlicy are trkir. down. It
pimply menu that, tlm blood h.it beooma
impure and cannot carrTCii inli nourish-ni-tjt
to the wires to keep thorn lieallhjr
ami al io to do their work.
Kt, alone, will sometime rive tlxi
rtce-d-d reli f. The tonics treatment by
Ir. Willi.ims' Pink Pills, however, irv
Tent the fimil breakdown of the m-Tve
and the luire serious dinjv-g which
follow, liwans the pilU iKt directly
upou the impure, tlood, making it rich,
red ami Tun.
Mrs. K. C. PradW, of Jn.7 Parnells
avenue. Hoc heetcr, N". Y., says:
"I una uever very healthy and some
rear ro, wlieo ia a run-down condi
tion, I f'vtT-r-d a urroTi shock , ra nsed
by a niilortu t. a fiieii.i. K waa to
profit that I waa oufitted for work.
' I ws Jour wck, Jow-riintfd and
nenrorja. I rcuM hardly waili nud could
not Uir the least bou.. My apjvui
pr and 1 did not rsro for food. I
couldn't alocp wt-U and for two
k (rot scarcely an hemr't sleep. 1
I; Jul K'vi'rfl headache niht of th tizuft
and pain ia the back and piuV.
" 1 M ttv.at.si l.y two d-ftor. N ir.g
tinder tho raro of on of ttom for t;
tUr-UtllH. 1 ff-.it Brt rvhef Blld then 0-
cid -d to try lr. AYilliam' Pink Pill I
ooa b.4U to fc l U tter and tlie im
provement wi.u fretieriii. My appetite
('rae bettrfy ard my !. p Ixttrr.
The l,t-ftiv!n nil l-ft and also tlio rina
iu mv tw k. A fvw more lx er.tin-ir
cur"d Uj ard 1 wa ahl to (to k to
ork. I fi-!t rh ! hd end a li.ongh I
lad iifTr ln ." k."
lr. Wiiii.ini' 1'iuk Pills arc iununab'e
in titv'h di-a.sf aa rh-cuxiUim. after
r ffuct of tin? pripand f'-rers. tKtiraljria.
tt. Vita' dam. and eT-a Jsj:a
Jxu-ttlyiii and locomotor ataxia.
ir.' Williams' Pink PUIa are aold br
all drtDTcist. or will be t'nt. rwt;-tti'l,
on ro '.i of i'ri". Irt'nt j r x. six
f'C ..:. by Dr. Wilhma
JlodiciJiu Couiimy, fcclitutx-udy, ii. Y,
Hiaterlc Island for 6al.
l;aasay Island. In th lniifr HffV
rld-a, ahk-h It s botr-n the main
land of Scotland and the I!? of Skye.
haa fall'il to Arid a purchaaer at the
tvt'srt price of i;C5,(Ki placed utnin it
Its nan; li the Scandlravlan for "liie
rlacc of the roe dcr." and the ahoot
in. lih the nao&lon house and
armnida V. th amiifcern end. consti
tute the thief valuo cf the i-!and.
Near the norlberu rod are the ruins
of Itroihcl catl!, the rihlcr.ce d its
antlrnt lalrda, the Mavl-rod. la
c-Hlc lore Kaasay ha a place and Id
Kf.gland literature it i iiicRtion-d In
Famucl Johnnn a "Jourricy U Ui3
Western laUnda of ScoUkSid."
The rxtraordlnary pr-pii'arlty cf P.r.e
hi'e Foods thU summer r.isiki-s tin
thnSce of f tarch a tuatter cd preat iin
portanee. ! -flanee Ftarth, Ueins free
from all Injurious rhemli a!, ia the
n!y one hhh Is safe to use t-n Cue
fuhrlra. Its cr cat trcr.ib a a viirTcDcr
U. at.es half the ucii.il quantity of tar h
t,ife(otary, with the tesult of perfect
fn!h, eijuiil (a tl.ut hn the Ecodi
It la ealr to prcirptit 111 habit
than to b;cak them Motto on I'lato'a
Srn. Urr tar to r'l for !' Sir.,-!
l..fi'I-r ftT t t-t it. Vuur d-ii-r ir
li' .: :, l'-r,A, PI.
Ma alth lor.f head are rarable
cf Uf'.rff thin no short notice.
If iU I !. I'ul. clear, hit il. the
v- i'.rd t ' I :1 1..UC. l:ta 3 ui,
p- S K'Ht.
FrttT with rma band, (aiber ll!
v.. lilMiu c
:i i i : I
Portland', Taci-ina, Seattle. llellintVam,
htcrelt. Vanci-nvt f. VnUi
at-.i New W ctm.n---trf .
Ono Fare cr $50.00
Missouri River Tern.lna!
Tket on June o u J.ilv 11.
If" A ! lit ei ioi y t.'.on ( b
C'.- f -tut on a.tiite dajti
al . j.tuly l.hrr I airs,
H. Q. K.AILL, A. O. P. A.,
01 Wvlnul ot ana C'tt, M,
Ey T. C IIARBAL'GH
Old Glury is vtcvlnj oa land and ca
The bepe or th Nation, ite pride of
Our f!'ta lrc-r It cutward to tsrbor?
And dear to tho era Is the gleam of
In beauty it Coat over hemlock and
Adown to our orange fringed tropical
0.ir fathers beccsth It wre willing
And new liister It jet on the Fourth
Th Old CcTtlnentnis! tnethlcks that
Out cf the past at the tap of the dram.
Tbtlr sworJs are aloft and their bay
And WaihlLgton rltlc at the head of
There Sun:ter and Schuyler are fight
And yorjjr-r Is charging "Mad An-
They fl ight and they fell 'ceath the
I Lion's blue aky,"
And pave to Cliiti-bla her Fourth cf
We reach out frcm ocean to ocean
A nation of fre-easen all matchless ia
Our eagle's a wing, of his grandeur un
shorn, Fcr rever by foe has tls rlomage
And woe to the hacd that would fetter
Or sully the banner he guards In his
He watrhes our land from his elrle cn
And our flag waves for btra on the
Fourth of July!
Our forefather ge us this home of
And tnder!y guarded young liberty's
Fndauntcd In battle heroic they stood
And nourished the n.ll ith the be ft
of their blood;
lilow, blow the -ild bugles, but not
for the fray.
The niorr.itB has dawned epon liber
I'nfurl the proud emblem that klsi-e
For this is tbe world's only Fourth of
The rollicking drums! let them sound
In their EilRht,
And rally the people, but not for the
The land is aflame, and the rocket's
Win show where our eagle mounts
hither and bisb'r:
and llMeul e'er 1'i.udj wine's tlttor'.c
The old Continentals are swarming
With the tread of the brave and the
soldier's true eve.
They march, as It were, to our Fourth
The Paul Is our pride and the cycles
Await us Int-lde of the Century's gate;
V 5res to the color that QtitU r and
While I.H.erty'a stands at the head of
Lock up at the Flag that l!l never
As lone the tale of our fathers Is
At lone our laud Is our home may
Tu cm n Uh Us glory each Fourth
DONrS FOR THE FOURTH
Pon't allow the firecracker to go off
In the gists tit.'n Juii want lie lawn
lV-u't wear a thin Inflammable frock.
Tut on a cloth skirt If there are flre
etai kci s about.
IVn't attempt to set off complicated
pyrotechnic ithout thortuj.hly com
pnhcntli:g the pri- .
Vow'i lay away h-ft oer fier:V.s
for another year. "They atii d.iuir. rot;
tlilu.a to pa k a ay vhete tislcu can
gt at them. lUiy only s.t ntauy a
ran te uu j on the day ap)xlntisl.
Sky U.M'ket Ah! 1'ui going i ff On
tho Kouith, and hae a lnh t ld lime.
51n Wheel I'ah? You re a!as
Shootlvit off about )op'-f!f I sever
How about It. bill tcvt!!y ft
EXAMPLE CP TftUE CHIVALRY.
Modern Lover Prove Himself Equal
to Hr cf the Past,
There was a moment of profound
silence. He was th flrrt to speak.
"Tou are richer than I am," be fal
tered, with emotion.
Khe bod her bead, replying ao'h
InR But now the true trobUlly of bis
character manifested ItHflf.
"Yet for ail that I am no better
than you are!" be cried, and folded
her to bis breast.
And whn, her conscience acr ss?r.a
ber, she tried to tell Llm that r. t j
only her father but four of f.er unfits j
were ritfsbiir: millionaires, be sea!i-l
her lips with klsset!, and wouU hear 1
nothing Fuck. j
THOUGHT CHILD WOULD DIE. I
Whole Body Covered with Cuban Itch
Cuttcura Remedies Cured at Cott
cf Seventy-Five Cents.
"My little boy, when only an Infant
cf three months, caught the C'.iban
Itch. Pores broke out from his head
to the bottom of Me feet. He would
Itch and claw himself and cry all the
time. He could not Flep day or night,
and a light drcrs It ail be could wear.
I called one of our bet doctors to
treat him, but he seemed to get rone.
He suffered to terribly that my hus
band said he believed he would have
to die. I had almost given rp hope
wbea a lady friend told me to try the
Cutlcura Ilemedies. I uic-d the Cutl
cura Soap and applied the Cutlcura
Ointment and he at once fell Into a
sleep, and he slept with eaee for the
fir?t time eince two months. After
three applications the tores becan to
dry up. and In just two weeks from the
day I commenced to use the Cutlcura
Remedies my bahy was entirely well.
The treatment only cost me 70c, asd I
would have gladly raid 100 if I rcu'd
cot have pot It cheaper. I feel safe In
taylntr thnt tho Cuticura Rc-rnd!e
taved his life. He Is cow a bey cf Cva
years. Mrs. Zana Miller, i nlon Citr.
It F. D. No. 1. Il.-acch Co, Mich., May
Injury from Mosquito.
New Jersey Las many place Ideal
In situation and accessibility, and one
sach place developed rapidly to a cer
tain point and there It etood, halted
by the mosciuHoe that bred la the
surrounding mansh lands. Country
club, golf, tennis and other attrac
tions ceased to attract when attention
ll necessarily focui-ed on tbe biting
or stinging pest thot Intruded every
where, and the tc-ndency wa to retl
out. Hut the owner were cot ready
to quit without a fl,-;lit, and an Im
provement iK let y wa formed which
consulted with my office and fallowed
my advice. In one year the bulk of
the breeding area wat drained, mo
quitoe have since been abject al
most entirely; one gentleman, not a
large owner, either, tolj me hi rr-cp-erty
had increased I'O.CuO In value,
and new settler began to come In.
This year one of the worst breeding
arcut of the olden day wat used as
a camping gn:nd. and 100 new reJ
dei,ces are planned for next year.
Prof. John It. Fmlth. la the Pc; ular
A seedy looking loafer, havlrjr or
derrd and eaten a large and sun.ptn
out dinner, explained to the waiter
that te bad no money.
Tbe waiter Immediately telj th
restaurant proprietor, who tent for ft
po' :cert. an.
Tbe proprietor, going up to the cn
w. ponsM guest, expltlned that be bad
sent for a policeman.
"Thank goodnes! you didn't send
for a stomach rump!" tbe eedy one
replied, with bug content UientlV
Oldttt Known Human Balng.
The olden! living human being of
authentic record Is air. Mary Wood,
of HillnrH.ro, Ore, a few mile west
of Fort land. Mra. Wood I 120 year
old. She wa Uita lo Knoxvlll.
Trr.n May Z9. l.il, which the reo
crdt at Kr.oiville tl! bow. When
the Wa 05 year old she rode the en
tire distance acres the ronliner.t
from br old home In Tennee It)
br lM eiit borne ia Ort-gon,
DOCTOR'S FOOD TALK
6e!tction cf Food One of the Mcit In
pcrtant Act In Life.
A Mv. doctor .ayt: "Our he.i!:h
ftr.d I h '.eat Mild liu ut.ll happtt;et
are f.. lai j-cly iiiidor our etMU.l con
trol thai the proper Ml. ctloii of t.J
should le. fci;J la iue of the ml ins
jHi.'um mil in life.
"Uu this tutjoct. I may say that I
know of no food eij.iii', In di(jc:l! il.ty,
and more p-owerftil In n!nt ,f r.u!ri
luci.t, than the modern tlrni e N'ut.,
fuur b aping ti a.oon of w,l. h i uf
Cl ient for the c iral part vt a meal,
and experience d 'tiionttralea that the
user U petlis-tly uoiuh-hed from cue
meal t auother.
"I am convinced lhat the rAten!ve
and gt netiil ut of hij;h class fmuts of
this character would increase the term
of htimu l.fe. a-!d to the mim toul of
ha; ! !u!s and very rotit.ldc rat-ly im
pr.'e soriely In geneml. 1 am fi-e to
nirulKm the f.Kd." for 1 per. r.i.::y
k::- w cf It vu'ue."
t;..!cNi-4 fd can l! iim'.I iy
balM In ai n., .r adults. U I re,ly
CiV.e4, run le fcerved P.. t am ;.
elt'uer Cvild wS'.h cream, or t.h hot
water or tot milk piuiej nr. Ail
soils of u.l li:t;s and f.iiicy dihecji
b ma-le ih Uiil'Nuli. Tie food
It ivr.cetitrate.v, and Very eA- . it. leal,
for four t.-i iag tcjHn a s.iffi-
lent tor the ceicat pa.-t if a rural
Kad tte Pule t.., k. "1 he JJ.wd fft
Wel.t!::e,M la ki. "'Thtt' ft Ka
k a nr!?ertl tac Is flnaTly e
tatllthed," said Alfred H. tha
preHent of the I'etver! I'eare va
loa, In aa Interview la ri.t:ad'phVa,
"tLe many a man who niw rldieu'aa
the pace movetrifet w::j tlalm to
late been Its P.feiorg rLacu'oa. It
I always so. W thuncy and kick ft
poor, weak, strerg'Sr.g motero-tit at
I's Ineept'.oo, and bn It baa stjc-d
e4 :id no lvtgr td oar kelp, w
give u the tuott lti tup port
There t once a youeg laiy Um
b'trcthed, a very j-oor young taan.
ws atro-it to set ovit fcr Fou'h AtBrl
ca to seek Ms fortune la tbe r!.-hei
trade. As be t--:U tit leave tf ber the
nght before fc's departure, te sail,
trcmulouk'y: "And ycj swear to be
true to me, IreneT 'Yes, lieher,' crlel
the girl; 'yet If you're tueces tful.' "
LausiJry work at hce would ba
rx'ifli more tatlsfartory if the right
Starch were uted. In order to get tie
ileelred stiffness. It is usutlly neces
sary to ut-e so much starch that the
beauty tsd fceifs cf the fabric it
hidden behind a jatte cf varying
thieknecs, which not only destroys the
appearance, tut a!o alecte the wear
ing quality of the goods. This trou
ble can be entirely overccine by uflcg
IeEance Starch, as It tan be applied
much more thinly because of lit great
er ttreenh than other tuakea.
We gain strength of the temptation
we resist. Cmtrscn.
out bv a
V i '." - ' ,1
to the one that pro
duces the fragrant stim
ulating qualities in cofTee.
VT .n h'p SCH NArr
In k4 d 10 P. aid oeer,
l.ur,d. ce t.-TM
tbcih ntr i c . c ri irom po ut al th.; ; or tu.1 to ai.y i.-ra a utzrf
fe. cu ai iC H X A i Ps ax.i a ca.'cbric Uaco pou Jt, vzv recr-, o it ia vmsm.
This Is What
Z0OX.--On-Ttilrvl Mora Starch.
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li YvV- , ' .
I JA i . ;
! fJATUHE PROVIDES
FOn SiCIC VGMEII
a fjc-re j-r,i re-ne!y in tSe rVM
and berlCif the f ej,-j than su ever
JT'!ued frerrn drr-
lo the (rwx.i ci i Ja.' ','.oi day of
tsar fna-i nf" fcr fe -tirr wer
fi"-I in tuectir.ness ani Ly i.a K.
Pinkham. of Pfr-r,, i:a.. tra hr
a'S'ly of r-jm J berS te i .tr
prnr oe r a va d.T-TerI
to K( wnna.a of the wrii a
rertrfdy turii.t r p.:Mt I -e
rry-nt an 1 tLao .y
Ojiah.nauvo cf Orsft.
Lydia E. Pinkham's
is an nocet, tr.c-'I tnd tne rr&e.:y cf e.vt a Vis Vserr-rs. '. 'x va'.
lhinri iu TrtrA of mire t3 t--.:ry jo.-i iu ks i 1 of tttul
enrof tV seriTa i.li j-e-t:;:r t-o w.-&e-). mwi I.i ...a i'-cVaia t
Ve?vtahle Orapcraa i to i rf;rt a.-.i ervti.it n,se cf tvtry tiT tii-ic.J
person and ir ry Khmkiz wcrraa.
Wbea worjw a are trvah.e-I -vr'-.a ir-er-.'ar cr r-V.T.f'iJ f Tif.'ccs,
wealrnei!. d?.e.rr"i.. cjTt;. a or i.-. -ix,.-.i..m taexa-er.e,
2a.unrr, pewral det.-;. y, ;:'; i--tt,ca cr arrcn - e. t'-T
anomi reru-oi'ir tl.-cre l c nc tr.- J trH t-r-e ?Bfdv.
ham s Veretab'.e (mpwBl
i"o C er r-tre-5y ia tje eoLtry it tranrti a rw-I , e-r-
fctnae i.ii, and t.e. rj It of nv3.a rt-s.-t rr is e'--ry ptt ' f ti- X, z'.'i
Mate V-.-ar n.l.p? tesVaBocy to ti,e wc irrf si r.r.-a H. 1 Jt-
ttm't Vervtat ie e'rr ur.d ts i wa; it t jj 4s fvr '.i-.trs.
Mrs. I'.r.khan invite all vrcna-ti to vr.'. L-r f-jr a.iTV. F-e Sunt
gnided UicrQtands to health. i'T t vees'y-tre yej-i i h beea a.--t. r
sielc women free of charre. She is th ia-?yLvr-is-lw c;f Lt ia K r '.;.
hara and a her tnt f r turt btf.- i-CT dtocaiC aiT jf.-i irr tr
immediate direction. A il re., Lma. Muv.
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Watch this space in next
v week's paper and you will
j-vV 1 1 . 1 , 1
by plj Xx stimulating quality
direct frv 5.t.-vr res3 lair-
e.ui-k'd ivzirM utc of . prr
r"I'J o Brsrrft point to U.h a R1U.1.VJ
R. J. FITieCLCS TC2ACC3 CO, Cfparbntrt ti, ,1ntat-Sa!!m,
maxj" ""in ' wMMffa." mtiuuiw ?rar-wsc.'". e.- -r-
No premiums, but oncthird
more starch thin you get cf
ether brands. Try it now, for
hot cr cold starching it has no
equal end will net stick to Khz iron.
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