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FAMOUS ATH LETES 'SB PE-RU-NA
As a Spring Tonic to Get the System in Good Shape "I advise all Athletes who are about to go in training to try a bottle of Pe-ru-na." —J. W. Glenister. I l dOim Glenister, Cnampiou fjwiinmer aud Only Athlete to Sueecssuiily Swim Thr >ugh the Michigan Whirlpool Rapids. PE-RU-NA Renovates, Regulates, Restores a System Depleted by Catarrh. John W. Glenister, of Providence, R. I., champion long distance swimmer of America, has performed notable feats in this country and England. He has used Peruna as a tonic and gives his opinion of it in the following letter: J New York. : I The Peruna Medicine Company, | I Columbus, Ohio: : i Gentlemen—"This spring for the 1 first time 1 have taken two bottles of j Peruna, and, as it has done me a ^ great deal of good, I feel as if I : ought to say a good word for its : worth. j "During the springtime for the last ; few years, I have taken several kinds of | spring tonics, and have never received ! : any benefit whatever. This year, j I through the advice of a friend, I have j : tried Peruna and it has given satisfac- : : tion. ; "I advise all athletes who are about ♦ to go in training to try a bottle, for it : certainly gets the system in good « shape." Yours truly, JOHN W. GLENISTER. : of be he ly THE 'GRAND] JPR8ZE, THE HIGHEST AWAKD AT THE ST. LOUIS WORLD'S PAH2| WAS GIVEN TO WATERPROOF CLOTHING SLIC&ERÄ, HATS POMIYEI. SLICKERS A d. TOWER CO . ESTABLISHED 1336 BOSTON- NîV/VOnK CHICAGO TOWER CANADIAN CO.. Lir-rt.d. TORONTO. I American dynamos light the streets and operate the electric railways of nearly all Europe. she une. one sale be trip. 430 American sash, doors and other woodwork sold in England and other foreign countries. Oregon Blood Purifior is rightly named, because it purifies the blood and tones up the body. Ask thyself daily now many ill minded persons thou hast shown a kind disposition.—Marcus Antonius. It all anv of kind disposition.—Marcus Antonius. of Europeans in their native lands. OLD OFFENSIVE Nothing is more offensive - than an old sore DANGEROUS that refuses to heal. Patiently, day after day, it is treated and nursed, every salve, powder, etc., that is heard of is tried, but does no good f until tile very sight of it grows offensive to the sufferer and he becomes disgusted and mor bid. They are not only offensive', but dangerous, because the same germ that produces cancerous ulcers is back of every old sore. The cause is in the blood anil as lang as it remains the sore will be Some years ago my blood became poisoned, and ^ ««.I the doctor told me I would have running sores for there and continue to grow ^ aud that if they wcre closed t he resi £ worse and more destructive. wou ](j be fatal. Under this discouraging report I The fact that thousands of left off their treatment and resorted to the ,use of old sores have been cut out S. S. S. 11« effects were prompt and gratifying, and even the bones scraped, It took only a short while for the medicine to en and yet they returned, is in- tirely cure up the sores, and I am not dead as the discutable evidence that the doctors intimated I world be, neither have the blood is diseased and respon- so ^. s , ev f. r bro ^ en ° ut aga. \ John W. Fundis. fible for the sore or ulcer. Wheelln S' W ' Va - ^ 23 - x 9°3 Valuable time is lost in experimenting with external treatments, such as 6 alves, powders, washes, etc., because the germs and poisons in the blood must be removed before a cure can be effected. S. S. S. cleanses and puri fies the circulation so that it carries rich, new blood to the parts and the sore or ulcer heals permanently. S. S. S. not only removes the germs and poisons, but strengthens the blood and builds up the entire system by stimulat ing the organs, increasing the appetite and giving energy to the weak, wasted constitution. It is an Exhilarating tonic, aids the digestion and puts every part of the body in jood healthy condition. Book on the blood, with any medical advice wished, "»« thout charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO; A TLANTA, G A. It, T to ed §0 I Spokane N. U No. 18 '06 [w HEN writing to ndTortftson pi—o mention tills paper. h Syrup. Tastes Good. tn time. Sold «tolMJIIM of : | : 1 j ^ : : j ; | ! j j : ; ♦ : « : y^THLETES realize the importance of keeping in good bodily trim. The digestion must be good, the cir culation perfect, sleep regular and enough of it. If the slightest catarrhal condition of lungs or stomach is allowed to re main, neither digestion nor sleep will be strength-sustaining. Those who lead very active lives, like athletes, with good muscular development, find the spring months especially tryii g. Athletes every where praise Peruna because they, of all men, appreciate the value of a tonic that dispels phys ical depression. The vocation of some me a may allow them to endure the depressing feelings i - cident to spring weather, but the athle e must never allow himself to gel "under t e weather." He must keep in the "pink of condi tion" all the time. In order to do this l-.e must avail himself of a spring tonic upon which he can rely. Therefore Athletes are especially friend ly toward Peruna. Peruna never fails them. a her If to Is a sic left ent * Undoubtedly. The widower had prop.osed to the maid. "I hardly know how to answer you," she said, timidly. "Oh, don't let that worry you," he replied. "You'll learn before we have been married a week."—Detroit Trib une. Special Rates—Portland Fair. Via O. R. & N. From Spokane $14.95 round trip, good 30 days. Party 10 or more on one ticket, $11.20, good 10 days. On sale May 29th to October 15th. Oc casional daylight coach excursions will be run at less than one fare for round trip. Full particulars O. R. & N. office, 430 Riverside. A Philadelphia girl lias just been awarded a tract of land in western Florida embracing 1,200,000 acres. To Break In New Shoes Always shake in Allen's Foot-Ease, a txnvder It eures hot, sweating, aching, swollen feet Cures corns, ingrowing nails and bunions. At all druggists and shoe stores, 25c. Don't accept anv substitute Sample mailed FREE. Address Allen b. Olmsted, he Hoy, N. Y. American shoes worn by thousands of Europeans in their native lands. SPECIFIC CO; A TLANTA, G A. 9 FUNg UR I Fl ER Tested & True GUARANTEED Used and Sold Everywhere. of - e e he on At I FOR lack of a nickel. Occasion When the Want of Monet Proved a Fortunate Circumstance. Little Mrs. Tyler sighed, as the trol ley car whizzed past her. "To think," she mused, "that-,I should have come to this—too poor to spend five cents for ear fare! If I could only get more music scholars! Then Rob could have the beefsteak and the fruit he needs—dear, patient Rob ert I" Time waa when Frederica Fechner's piano playing had won her many a so cial triumph; but that was before she had married the penniless Robert Ty ler, to begin life anew across the con tinent. Now that he was sick, they had only the pittance her pupils brought her. To-day Mrs. Tyler was very tired. No wonder , she had sighed when the car glided past her, and home was f mile away. Strains of Hamlet's "Har monious Blacksmith" drev^ her inside a music store. Music always rested her. A girl was playing upon a grand piano, and several persons stood about. Mrs. Tyler strolled their way. One after another took a turn at the Instrument. The newcomer was too Interested In the playing to ques tion wherefore. Finally a man ap proached her. "It Is your turn next," he said. She was about to explain his mis take, when the humor of the situation appealed to her, and she was seized with a desire to carry out the Joke. Accordingly she took her seat, and be gan Paderewski's "Love Song."- She aid not know for what she was play ing, but she vaguely felt that it was a test of some sort, and she threw her soul Into her fingers. When she ended there was a title burst of ap plause, and "something else" was called for. She responded with Liszt's "Schubert's Serenade," and then with Chopin's "Cradle Song." A sheet of music was placed before her, and a lady came forward to sing. If there was one thing In which Mrs. Tyler excelled It was In accompani ments, and now she did her best. The face of the man who had Invited her to play was one broad smile, as he Inquired deferentially: "May I ask whom we have bad the honor of hearing? You have distanced them all, my dear madam. The place Is easily yours." Mrs. Tyler looked at him In bewil derment; then she laughed, and ex plained. He explained, too. She had unwittingly taken part In a trial of applicants for the double p»> eltdon of accompanist for a singing master and a piano-player for the mu sic shop. A salary was named that left the little woman nearly dumb with surprise—so amply it fitted her pres ent needs. She wanted to dance all the way home. Fatigue was forgotten. "I'm glad you didn't ride," remarked Robert Tyler, whimsically. "Oh!" cried his wife, and the excla mation was a thanksgiving. BARGAIN IN A BOA. She Got It at a I? eduction of Ten Cettm After a Long Walt. "I was in the city to-day, dear.'' Mrs. Dawson's voice had a jubilant note In it "Yes?" replied Dawson, carelessly. "Yes, I was, dear, and—oh, Harry, such a bargain as I made! 1 hardly can wait to show it to you!" "I guess I can stand it until aftei dinner," replied Dawson, with the in difference of a man to whom his wife's "bargains" are as a tale that is told. Immediately after the dessert the "real bargain" was produced. It tvas in the shape of a fluffy, chiffon boa. "IIow much do you suppose 1 paid for that perfectly lovely boa? .lust the thing to wear at the seashore sum mer evenings! What do you think I gave for it?" "Haven't the remotest idea. All It was worth, I dare say." "Hoav horrid of you! Men never appreciate a bargain. Wei], now, I'll tell you about it, Mr. Scornful, and you can thank your lucky stars that you have married a Avoman who isn't easily cheated. I Avent first to Smith's, and he had a boa almost an exact match for this that he wanted $6 for. Taylor & Brown had one almost like It, and they asked $d for theirs. Then T took a car and went across the city to the White Brothers, and they want ed $0 for every boa they had that I Avould have been willing to wear; so 1 jumped on a car arfd rode back to Price & Green's store, and they asked §0 for a boa so much like this you couldn't tell them apart "I stayed downtown to luncheon, and went to fourteen different places, and finally came back to Smith's, where I began; and what do you think? During the day they had marked their lx)as down, and I got the identical boa I had looked at first for only $5.90— Just think!" Dawson thought; but five years of experience as a benedict had made him Avise enough to keep his thoughts to himself.—Chicago Record-Herald. CÄTlmg a Simple Explanation. Summer Boarder—What's the -mab er with these string beans? They taste like so much wood. Farmer-—This Is a new variety I've lust been cultivating. I read about them in t ï«ok written by a college professor that had never lived in tho country.—Detroit Free Press. Too Fresh to Bo Spoiled. "That child seems to be spoiled." "He Is not spoiled. He's entirely too fresh."—Philadelphia Ledger. Seemed a Stranger. 'T wonder why he married his di vorced wife again?" "Oh. he moat have forgotten of as to ( In m and in for y f TEA The indulgence in tea ia to very slight, that the pleas ure escapes attention, unless - one waits a bit. Writ, for Kiwwt«**. Ink A MtfUac A Farmer Geehaw—You folks seem to like your new parson. Farmer Giddap—Yep; he's a practi cal man. He reached us in the midst of a turrible drouth. Farmer Geehaw—An' started in to pray fer rain, I s'pose? Farmer Giddap—No; he didn't. He got up a Sunday school picnic.—Louis ville Courier Journal. TEA This is a better country because we are in it—tea country. And that isn't all. Write for our KnowUdd Hook. A tafcffla« % Co m pany, San Kranciaoo. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and com pie teilte range the whole sys tem when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phy sicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possioly derive from them. Hall s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. ( heney «fc i o., Toledo, O., containsnomenury, »1 t?'*'*' 11 internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, and made m Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney dc Co. Testi monials free. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. per bottle. Hall's Family Fills are the best. TEA You can have good tea if you want it, wherever you are. Your grocer mint you mmmmj if you don't Uk. BulUlinf'i liui. Professor John C. Oisen of the Brooklyn Polytechnic institute reports 4,000,000 bacteria in one sample of milk bought in Brooklyn. TEA One lingers long over tea, if the tea is fine. It is a good time and place to linger. Nearly 1,300,000 new cases were brought before the county courts of England, the soealled "poor man's court," last year. REUABLB ASSAYS—Hold, 76c; Gold and Sliver, |1; Lead, 76c; Gold, Sliver, ~ * w * *'WV mauiag OUTÜlUl/n BUU pilVtJ OGDEN ASSAY CO.. 1726 Arapance atreet, Denver, Colorado. American wood-working and iron working machinery of every kind sold in nearly every foreign country. Mothers will ' find Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup the best remedy to use for their children during teething period American threshers sold in Europe, Asia, Africa and South America. îlljTTi For Infants and Children. ÀVfcgcfable Preparalionfor As similating Hie Food andReguIa ting the Stomachs and Bowels of Infants/Children Promotes Digestion,Cheerful ness and Rest.Con'ains neither Opium, Morphine nor Mineral. Not Xarc otic . /iKtpr vffJM Dr SAMUEL PITCHUi /\iny*!an Seed*" s4lx.Senna * RochtlU Salit — 4ÜÙ4C Seed, * ÙanfiêdSügmr Mftky/Mw rtavm A perfect Remedy forConslipa lion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Alb 111 o 11 1 h *» old )5 Dost S - I Ms EXACT COPY OF WBABBOL In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORA ▼MB OB NT JUJU MBMNV. NSW TOMB OITY. American agricultural implements sold in every civilized foreign country. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Jolor more goods brighter and (aster colors than any other dye: One ioc package colors silk wool and cotton equal Ask dealer or we send post paid at ioc a package. Write lor MONROB DRUG CO.. Unlonvlllo, rilssourl. go _ y well and Is guaranteed to give perfect results. Ask dealer or we send post f -ea booklet, how to dvs. bleach and mix colors. - to to He of J. of BLOCK SIGNAL IMPROVEMENTS, Northern Pacific Railway. President Howard Elliott has au thorized important improvements tend ing to increase public safety which will place the Northern Pacific system second on the list of American rail ways in the installation of block sys tem for the current year. The new improvements will afford continuous signal protection over all the principal districts of heavy traffic from the eastern terminus at St. Paul through to the Pacific coast. Construc tion has already commenced and will be rushed forward to completion. Improvements between Spokane and Ellensburg, Wash., will give protec tion to a stretch of main line on which is centered the through traffic of the entire system and of the Burlington Northern Pacific route, the heavy ton nage of commercial and fuel coal from the Roslyn and Clealum mines, the eastbound lumber and mill products from the Pacific coast and a very heavy and rapidly increasing local traffic from the movement of agricul tural products. The improvements on this part of the main line affords con tinuous protection from Spokane to Tacoma. The block signalling system simpli fies the handling of trains, although the recognized principles and rules of operation are not changed. It provides a check against errors which other Avise might occur and is practical, efficient, safe, Block signals mean more business over the same tracks, and the safety of heavy traffic. TEA A trifle of tea in a dainty cup has in it a world of rest or of stimulant—what is tha time o'day? of Who Owns the Railroads? H. T. Newcomb, of the District of Columbia bar, has compiled statistics showing that 5,174,718 depositors in savings banks of six eastern states are directly interested in the joint ownership of $442,354,086 of steam railroad securities, that insurance com panies doing business in Massachu setts hold $845,889,038 of steam rail road stocks and bonds, and 74 educa tional institutions depend on $47,468, 327 invested in similar securities for a portion of their income. Other fidu ciary institutions own enough railroad securities to bring such holdings up to more than a billion and a half dol lars, about one-sixth of the entire cap ital invested in railroad property. These investments represent the sav ings of the masses, there being twenty million holders of life insurance poli cies in the country, as many more ol fire insurance policies, and an ever greater number of depositors in bank ing and trust institutions, where in vestments are largely in railroad seen rities. TEA Fine tea brings-out con versation if anything will ; it compels to a little leisure. When a'man has not a good reasoi for doing a thing, he has one goo< reason for letting it alone.—Scott. Pale, Thin, Nervous ? Then your blood must be in a very bad condition. You certainly know what to take, then take it — Ayer's Sarsa parilla. If you doubt, then consult your doctor. Weknow what he will say about this grand old family medicine. Sold for over 60 years. Tbit Is the first question yonr doctor would ask: "Are your bowels regular?" He knows that dally action of the bowels Is absolutely essential to recovery. Keep your liver active and your bowels regular by taking laxative doses of Ayer's Kills. A Made by J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Masb. Also manufacturera of „ . ^ > hair vigor, 1 I pro AGUE CURe. W W F O CHERRY PECTORAL. UNION I MADE s&s W. L. D0UQLA8 MAKES AND SELLS MORE MEN'S $3.50 SHOES THAN ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD. SlOiOOO REWARD to anyone who can disprove this atatement. TV. I» Dougin* $.3.50 shop* are flu* grentest seller* in tlic world l»e :\fiiise of their excellent style, easy fit > ......>r wearing quail ' ood as those that - The only dif W. L. liougln; Hutf and superior wearing qualities. 1 liey are just as uood a " from $5.00 to IkT.OO. *nce is tho çrl AM.50 shoes cost more to make, hold their shape hotter, wear longer, and ______day. W.L. tlieir value by name and prie© on_ the Douglas guarani stamping lii* nan . _____........... bottom of each shoe. Look for it. Take no substitute. W. L. Douglas '®.T.50 shoes are sold through his own retail stores in tho prineipal eities, and by shoe dealer* everywhere. 3No matter w here you live, W. L, are within your reach* L. Douglas shoes Tho Best # Ever Wore." "/ irrite to sag that 1 have worn your $3 JO shoes for the past five years, and that them the best I ever wore." — Rev. Frank T. Ripley , 60S Last Jefferson Louisville, Ky. Boys wear W. L. Douglas $2.50 and $2.00 shoes because they fit better, hold their shape and wear longer than other makes. H'. 1.. Donqlas uses Corona Coltskw in his Î3.W shoes. Corona Colt is conceded to be the finest patent leather produced . Fast Color Fyelets will not wear brassy , W, L. Dougina bn* the lnrtfORt shoe mall order business in tho world. No trouble to «et a lit by mail. '25 cents extra prepays delivery. If you desire further information, write for Illustrated Catalogue of tipring Styles. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. TKrCWiêW IAN NI NB Ml LI C Clean Your Grain fOR SEED fe s E â n g Th* CHATHAM FANNING MILL, with Sacking attachment, will clean and grade all kindi of Grain and Sceda. The only machin* that hat icreena and riddle« made especially for cleaning grain on th* Coast. To convinc* you that this Grain Cleanlr la as repreaenied I will tend you one on $0 day«' lets triai and will pay th* freight. Write me lot out Deicriptfr* Cat alogua and "on tim« " proposition —tt will intcreat you. GEO. W. rOOTT Dept. 11 Portland, Oregon Swollen Veins, Sprain.», Strains and Weak Joints Relieved and Cured with our Silk hi as tie s*_<. Permet Fit guaranteed. • Finn stout Wristlets............$ .75 fi!ûo Ankle s.............. 1.75 2.50 Knee ( ups........... 1.75 2.50 Leggins .............. 2.00 2.75 Garter Hose.........2.50 h-50 Above Knee Hose,.. 5.00 0.00 We also maun fact ure a 'l forma of Belts und Supporters. WOODARD, CLARKtÄ CO. Q Portland, Oregon. "Is your milkman honest and con scientious?" "Indeed he is. I overheard him tell ing the cook that he boils all the wa ter he uses in the milk."—Cleveland Leader. Ft Y forty years Piso's Cur® for Oon* sumption lias cured coughs and colds. Ai druggists. Price 25 cents. American agricultural implements sold in every civilized foreign country.