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GOVERNOR OF OREGON
In His Family Finds It an Remedy. Uses Pe=ru=na For Colds and Excellent s® «21 The Magnificent State Capitol Building at Salem, Oregon. PRAISE FROM THE EX-OOVERNOR OF OREQON. Feruna is known from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Letters of congratula tion and commendation testifying to the merits of Peruna as a catarrh rem edy are pouring in from every state in the Union. Dr. Hartman is receiving hundreds of such letters daily. All classes write these letters, from the highest to the lowest. The outdoor laborer, the indoor ar tisan, the clerk, the editor, the states man, the preacher—all agree that Pe runa is the catarrh remedy of the age. The stage and rostrum, recognizing catarrh as their greatest enemy, are es pecially enthusiastic in theii praise and testimony. Any man who wishes perfect health must be entirely free from catarrh. Catairh is well nigh universal ; almost omnipresent. Peruna is the only absolute safeguard known. A cold is the beginning of ca tarrh. To prevent coldp, to cure colds, is to cheat catarrh of its victims. Peruna not only cures catarrh, but prevents it. Every household should be supplied with this great remedy for coughs, colds and so forth. The ex-governor of Oregon is an ard ent admirer of Peruna. He keeps it continually in the house. ! 1 i ( i I ! I 1 LDOÜGI *_• MEN «R, 2 W. L. Dougla* make* mntf mm/im more men 9 9 $3.50 fe* mhoea than any other manufacturer In the world. — The reason W. L. Douglas $8.50 shoes are the greatest sellers in the world is because of their excel lent style, easy fitting and superior wearing qualities. If l could show you the difference between the shoes made in my factory and those of other makes and the high-grade leathers used, you would under stand why \X. L. Douglas jft.fiO shoes cost more to make, w hy they hold their shape, fit hotter, wear longer, and are of greater intrinsic, value than any other $3.50 shoe on the market to-day, and why the sales for the year ending duly 1, 1004, were 0Mt,2<>3,040.00. x _ , _ .. W. L. Douglas guarantees their value by stamping his name and price on the bottom. Look for lt take no substitute. Sold by shoe dealers everywhere. SUPERIOR IN FIT, COMFORT AND WEAR - "/ have iporn W. L. Doublas $3.50 shoes for the last twelve years with absolute satisfaction. 1 find them superior in tit , comfort and wear to others cutting from $ù.OO to $7.00."— It. .S'. McCl E, Dept. Cull., U. S. Int. Revenue, Richmond, I«. W. I.. nougrla. use. Corona CoHskln In his 83.50 shoe». Corona Colt i* conceded to be the flnest Patent Leather made. Fast Color Eyelets used exclusively. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mammachummttm. I ; ' In the Review of Reviews for Nov ember, Prof. P. G. Holden, of the Iowa State College of Agriculture, tells what has been accomplished in that state, with the cooperaton of the rail roads, in the matter of educating the farmers in corn planting. Tours of the state have been made and lectures given in "corn gospel''trains,so called. The result is a greatly increased yield ot Iowa's staple product. At the old royal stables at Ver sailles it is proposed to hold an ex hibition of carriages, harness and liv eries of all dates. For bronchial troubles try Piso'a Cure for Consumption. It 1b a good cough medicine. At druggists, price 25 cents. A duke in the court of St. James Was great at remembering names, Especially when They weren't of men. But rich young American dames. —Cleveland Leader. TEA Go by the book Go by the book Go by the book Go by the book Write for our Knowledge Book, A Schilling 8t Company, Sen Francisco* Have You Tried It ? Moore's Revealed Remedy For your stomach andTivor. Three doses will make you Feel better. Never failed For <ale by your druggist. Stewart and Holm* a Drag Co. Seattle FIRE"PROTECTION! -Oldest House in Northwest Large and complete stock of Fire Apparatus, Hose and Department Supplies. Our goods are In use in nearly every Fire Department, Heavy Copper, Brazed Joints, Reli able Fire Extinguishers "Babcocks" $20, "Patrols" $15, each. These are the standard Extinguishers. Common Extin guishers, with riveted joints, $12 each. A. G. LONG, Portland, Ore. JOHN OQDEN ASSAY CO. Gold, ailver, copper or lead, $1 each. Any two, $1.50; ony three, $2. Samples by mail receive prompt attention. Placer gold, retorts and rich ores bought *7*5 Arapahoe street, Denver, Colo In a letter to The Peruna Medicine Co., he says: State of Oregon, Executive Department, The Peruna Medicine Co..Columbus, O. Dear Sirs—I have had occasion to use your Peruna medicine in my fam ily for colds, and it proved to be an ex cellent remedy. I have not had oc casion to use it for other ailments. Yours very truly W. M. LORD. It will be noticed that the ex-govern or says he has not had occasion to use Peruna for other ailments. The reas on for this is, most other ailments be ! gin with a cold. Using Peruna to promptly cure colds, 1 he protects his family against other i ailments. ( This is exactly what every other fam i ily in the United States should do— keep Peruna in the house. Use it for I coughs, colds, 'a grippe and other cli ! matic affections of winter, and there I will be no other ailment in the house. Such families should provide them selves with a copy of Dr. Hartman's free book, entitled,"Chronic Catarrh." Address Dr. S. B. Hartman, Presi dent of The Hartman Sanitarium, Co lumbus, Ohio. All correspondence held strictly confidential The golden wedding celebration of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hastings of Prince ton, Mass., is believed to have had one absolutely unprecedented feature. Mrs. Hastings' father, John Dunton, was present. Mr. Dunton, who was 100 years old last September, jour neyed from Lyndon, Vt., 200 miles dis tant, to take part in the interesting occasion. TEA If weary, tea is rest ; good tea. If wakeful, sleep. If dull, animation. If silent, talk. "I hear that your wife has run away from you?'' ''Yes, I've offered a reward for her capture, dead or alive.'' "How much?" "Te ndollars alive and a thousand dollars dead."—Judge. Very discouraging accounts are now reaching Berlin of the difficulties en countered by the troops operating against the Hereros. There is no for age for the horses, food for the men is very scarce and the ravages of typhoid fever continue. Ayers We know what all good doc tors think of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Ask your own doc tor and find out. He will tell Cherry Pectoral you how it quiets the tickling throat, heals the inflamed lungs, and controls the hardest of coughs. !• Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is well known In our family. We think it Is the best medicine In the world for coughs and colds." Katie Peterson, Petaluma, Cal. 2Se„ SOc., SI .00. j. o. ater co., Afi^rugglsU^^^ for Hard Coughs One of Ayer's Pills at bedtime will hasten recovery. Gently laxative* Coming Events. Washington State Teachers' associa tion, Spokane, December 28-30. Montana State Educational associa tion, Helena, December 2S-30. Pacific Northwest Norwegian Saen gerfest, Seattle, November 30. Oregon state convention of county clerks and recorders, Portland, Novem ber 25-26. Oregon Good Roads association, Sa lem, December 13-15. Inland Empire Sunday School insti tute, Pendleton, Ore., January 30. Idaho State Teachers' association, Boise, December 26. Montana Bar association, Helena, January 10. Oregon Y. M. C. A. convention, Sa lem, November 25-27. Brother Karl of the Benedictine or der, who was recently buried at. Pra gue, was of noble blood and had a re markable career. As Prince Edward Schoenberg he was handsome, dash ing and of rare promise. But at 35 a change came over his spirit and one day he rode straight to the abbey from the parade ground, and, in full uni form, asked the prior for admission. The head of the order at first refused, but the prince broke his sword, threw away his epaulets and decorations and begged for a monk's habit. He after ward went to Rome, studied theology and was ordained. TEA The bulk of people prefer to be humbugged yet; \vc suppose they will always. A ou* gro( er return* your luouoy if you dWfc Iko lictkU Andrew Freese, a venerable ex-school teacher of Cleveland, has an old book containing the schoolboy composition of three men who later became famous senators of the United States, of one boy who became the greatest money making king the modern world has known, and of a little girl who became the wife of the great money king. The boys were Marcus Alonzo Hanna, Ed ward O. Wolcott, James K. Jones and John D. Rockefeller; the girl was Ce lestia Spelman, now Mrs. John 1). Rockefeller. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward tor any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac tions and financially able to carry out any ob ligations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. I Wallung, Kinn an & Marvin, wholesale Drug ; gists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrd Cure Is taken internally, act ' lng directly upon the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. Hairs Family Pills are the best. Just as a chimney was about to fall on the head of General F. C. Prescott as he walked along a street in San Barnardino, Cal., R. Kennedy, his rival in candidacy for the assembly, rushed up, dragged him away and saved his life. Prescott wanted to withdraw at once from the canvass in favor of Kennedy, but Kennedy would not have it so. Everything about Peters shells is right. From cap to bullet—Peters Cartridge Co. make everything in am munition and they make it better than anyone else—if you don't use Peters shells perhaps you are a better shot than you think you are—Peters never miss if your aim is right—for Peters shells are absolutely dependable. Ask your dealer for them—all sorts of shells for every use. An English doctor says the taking of ginger in the form of essence or strong tincture is a growing form of inebriety in both England and America. It is the result of "weary brains and a dis ordered stomach." It completely ruins the stomach and gives no relief to the brain. TEA What is good tea? Tea that tastes good and feels good afterward. Your grocer returns your money if you doa'l like Schilling's Beet At the close of 1903 the London po lice had a collection of 70,000 sets ot finger prints of criminals. It has been completely established that the thin capillary ridges on the tips of the fin gers undergo no natural change of characteristics from the cradle to the grave. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup the best remedy to nss for their children during teething period. The New Cook—What time do you have breakfast? Mrs. Highblower—At 7:30. "Well, Oi'm sorry Oi can't be wid ye."—Smart Set. The new novel by Mrs. Alice Hegan Rice, author of "Mrs. VViggs of the Cabbage Patch," which the Century will print, beginning in December, is to be called "Sandy." General Corbin, commander of the army in the Philippines, is now on the j high seas. [ITS Permanently Cured. No fits or nervousness ■ NO after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. Send for Free S3 trial bottle and treatise. Dr. K.H. Kline, Ltd., 931 Arch St, Philadelphia, Pa i The heart that is full of joy always has room for another's sorrows. 100 Doses For One Dollar Economy in medicine must be measured by two things—cost and effect It cannot be measured by tither alone. It is greatest in that medicine that does the most fbr the money—that radically and per manently cures at the least ex pense. That medicine is Hood's Sarsaparilla It purifies and enriches the blood, cures pimples, eczema and all eruptions, tired, languid feelings, loss of appetite and general debility. I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla and found it reliable and giving perfect satisfac tion. It taies away that tired feeling, gives energy and puts the blood in good condition." Miss Erne Colonne. UM 10th Street, N. W.. Washington, D. C. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to euro and keeps the promise. Statistics show that the birth rate in the largest German towns is stead ily decreasing, notably in Berlin, Char lottenburg, Hamburg and Crefeld. TEA It isn't merely the taste of tea; the taste is only the foretaste. Rockhill to Go to China. Washington—The statement is made on high authority that William M. Rockhill will be appointed minister to China as successor to Edwin H. Cong er, soon after March 4. King Victor and Chamberlain. Rome.—King Victor Emanuel Sun day received Joseph Chamberlain in special audience at his country estate, San Roossore. His majesty evinced great interest in the situation in Eng land and in Mr. Chamberlain's scheme of tariff revision. ■M ü --> f r J K. ' i To sweeten, To refresh, To cleanse the sysLem, \ Effectually )and Gently; There is only one Genuine Syrup of Figs; to get its bene ficial effects Always buy t»he genuine Dispels colds and headaches when bilious or con stipated; For men, women and children ; Acts best on the kidneys and liver stomach and bowels; Manufactured by the Louisville, Ky. /(ewYork*/i.Y. Hlßr The genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale by all first-class druggists. The full name of the company — California Fig Syrup Co.— is always printed on the front of every package* Price Fifty Cents per bottle. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Color more goods brighter and faster colors than any other dye. One ioc package colors silk, wool and cotton equal ly well and is guaranteed to give perfect results. Ask dealer or we we send post paid at ioc «package. Write for free booklet, how to dye, black and mixed colors. MONROE DRIIQ CO., fllssourl Untonville, On the Trail Pommel Slicker •*I followed the trail from Texas to Montana with a FISH BRAND Slicker, used for an overcoat when cold, a wind coat when windy, a rain coat when it rained, and for a cover at night if we got to bed, and I will say that I have gotten more comfort out of your slicker than any other one article that I ever owned." ( The name end address of the writer of this unsolicited let ter may be had on application.) Wet Weather Garments fur Riding, Walking, Working, or Sporting . _ „ The Blgnof the Flab A. J. TOWER CO. BOSTON, 17.8. A. TOWER CANADIAN CO., Limited TORONTO, CANADA 364 (w HEN writ Inc to adveitlaem plaaao mention tale paper. Gas Leaked. San Francisco.— Courtland S. Bene dict. president of the Hastings Cloth ing company, and his wife were as phyxiated by illuminating gas. There is some prospects of both recovering. Circus Money Has Vanished. Charlotte, N. C.—The man and wo man arrested in connection with the robbery of the Sells-Forepaugh circus ticket wagon at Tarboro, S. C., have been released from custody. Their ef- j fects were searched, but no trace of the missing $30,000 was found. Queens Jewels Go at Auction. London.—The jewels and costumes of the late Queen Draga of Servia will be sold at auction in London December 8, and the sale promises to excite great interest. One article to be sold is a bracelet given Queen Draga by the czar as a wedding present. Columbus' Private Papers. Paris.—A movement is on foot to have the United States acquire the collection of private papers of Christo pher Columbus, which are now in the possession of the duke of Albe, who re sides here. Good News for All. Bradford, Tenn., Nov. 21.—(Special) — Scientific research shows Kidney Trouble to be the father of so many dis eases that news of a discovery of a sure cure for it cannot fail to be welcomed all over the country. And according to Mr. J. A. Davis, of this place, just such a cure is found in Dodd's Kidney Pills. Mr. Davis says: "Dodd's Kidney Pills are all that is claimed them. They have done me more good than anything I have ever taken. I had Kidney Trouble very bad and after taking a few boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills I am completely cured. I cannot praise them too much." Kidney Complaint develops into Bright's Disease, Dropsy, Diabetes, Rheumatism, and other painful and fatal diseases. The safeguard is to cure your kidneys with Dodd's Kidney Pills when they show the first symptoms ol disease. ____ The Norwegian government has un der consideration a petition that it should send the Fram, with Otto Sver drup as captain, on another north pole search next year. RUSSELL ENG,Nt Us SISs High Grade sflCKERS S Machinery Write for Catalogue and Prices The A. H. Averill Machinery Co. SPOKANE WASHINGTON Spokane N. U. No. 48 '04 ET? m iTETTi HI Ml El$ETAIl$.jra Tastes (loud. Dee ttf dixurglats. yi ajM i w i Uul ! I ! ; I j ft BAD In the fall of 189 s ^contracted that fear ful disease, Blood Poison. It gained such headway that I was forced to resign my position and seek relief at Hot Springs. After spending all the means I had I went to Memphis. In less than three weeks I was in a hospital, and after nine weeks of suffering I was discharged as cured. Io less than a month every bone in my body seemed to be affected and felt as if they would break at the least exertion. Again I was compelled to resign, and I returned to the hospital for a seven weeks stay. When I came out I was advised to try fanning. When I first went on the farm I prevailed on the only firm who handled drugs to get me one dozen bottles of S. S. S. At that time both of my hands were broken out with blistersandI wascovered with boils and sores. Inthemeantimemy druggist had gotten two dozen bottles of S. S. S. for me and I began its use, and after taking the thirteenth bottle not • ■ore or boil was visible. R. B. POWELL. East 9 th St., Little Rock, Ark. Of all human diseases, Contagions Blood Poison is the most hideous and hateful. The victim is tortured with eating ulcers, sores and abscesses, unsightly blotches, eruptions and other symptoms of the mis erable disease. S. S. S. has been used successfully for nearly fifty years for Contagious Blood Poison. It con tains no mercury, potash or other mineral. Our home treatment book vesall thesymp itns of this dis ease. Medical ad vice free. The Swift Specific Cpmpany, Atlanta, 6a. sss Mrs. Hetty Green does not seem to have the Carnegie idea about her will. She has recently refused to give a li brary to Wendel, where she was born. TEA How many fine thoughts lie along that word of three letters; t-e-al Howard E. Burton, A C T« T ™* Specimen prices, Hold, Silver, l ead, $1; GoM Silver,75c; Gold, 50c: Zins or Cooper, $1; Cyan test. Mailing envelopes and full price list seat on application. Control and Umpire work w llctea. Leadvllle, Cola. Kelerence, Cube oate National Bank.