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"Ilook of Presents " Send for K C right a way. It's purer and more efficient than any Bak 1 ing Powder that costs three times as much. 25 oz. for 25c. A ll grocers -sas HIM Do you know the secret of the Wave Circle ? Wonderful! Don't delay another day ! Jaques Mfg. Co. Chicago Every reader of this paper can get a package of "20-Mule Team" Borax and a bar of "20-Mule-Team" Borax Soap, with a Beautiful Souvenir Picture 7x14 inches in 10 colors; Absolutely Free. For :< l'P'if' il tinv only , on r< ceipt of 10 cuts in -tamps or silver (to pay po-tiige and packing) w.th v> u< name and address i n 1 vour den!' r's name, we « il s- nd you a full size package of that ut iversaliv us«d Household Ne e s ty, '"20-Ml'LE-TEAM" BORAX; also a har ' 20-MULK-TEAM'' 1 ORAN SOAR, IV. ami i elude a beautiful st.uvenir p eture 7x14 in lOeo.or , called the 'OLID DHIVKIl'S REVERIE," wi h a 32 page h it klet giving 1000 valuable uses lor Borax in tin- IL, ni- , F am, Garden and Dairy; Borax in the Laundry, Nursery, Sick Room and Ivich n; l'reservativ • uses t f Borax, and hints on "How to Have a Clear Complexion" and art.cl s on the "Hair an t Hands " WRITE NOW! enclose a dime with your name and addr s anil dealer's name, and rcreiv by return mail this tr c oil' r and souvenir Addiess, Ih.eitic Coast B rax Co., Oakland, California. till* Samuel Mather of Cleveland, a brother in law of the late Secretary John Hay, has given $100,000 to the How Good Food may Turn to Poison jC [~^\\ ECAY is not digestion, you know, even when it takes place in the stomach. Food decayed in the body after being eaten is as dangerous to health as food decayed before being eaten. Food nou rishes or poisons , just accord ing to how long it remains in the Bowels undi gest ed. Cascarets are the simplest and surest safeguard against Delayed Digestion yet discovered. Sold in a thin Enamel Box, half as thick as your watch, which fits into the vest pocket or lady's purse as if it grew there. In this round-edged Enamel Box are found six small Candy Tablets. One of these toothsome tablets works wonders for digestion. Soon as placed in the mouth it starts the Saliva flowing, which at once gets to work dissolving it. The Saliva becomes blended with the Candy Cascaret tablet, and from the moment they start going down your throat together they start working to gether. Now, what do they work at? Bowel work, of course—Digestion. Most of the Digestion occurs In the thirty feet of intestines that connect with the Stomach. They are lined with a set of little mouths, that s queeze Digestive Juices into the Food eaten. The Digestive Juices thus mix with the food, just as Saliva mixes with Cas caret tablets, dissolving and changing that food into n ourishment, as It passes along the channel. Ö Its in the Seives âM' I so The. »ire marie especial y for the " pstern farmer. We have b»-e^ making fanning nniis lur s tt «I I he Spokane ill is ne result rf t bese years of experimenting, li \ .»i are i \ tug to ^ei clean see« 1 ee from mustard, cock re* seeds or wild oais, me opckiiUe Mi lis w h t > uu aie looking f* r; because the seives are marie especially tu ciean grain tor these weeds. A k your dealer to show you this mill, or write for literature. Syphers Machinery Co., Manufacturers, Spokane, Wash. 1 Western Reserve university as an en dowment fund to bear the name of the John Hay endowment. The Intestines are also lined with mil lions of little suction pumps, that draw the Nutriment from Food, as it passes them in going through. This Nutriment is then carried into the Blood, and spread over the Body as Brain, Bone and Brawn. But, when the Bowel-Muscles are weak, the Food moves too slowly to stimulate the little Gastric Mouths and there is no flow, or too little flow of Digestive Juice, to change the food into nourishment. Then, the food decays in the Bowels, and in the thirty feet of Intestines. When this Decay begins the little suc tion pumps draw Poison from the decayed Food, into the blood, instead of the Nutri tion it should have drawn. Now, Cascarets contain the only com bination of drugs that Stimulates these Muscles of the Bowels and Intestines just as a Cold Bath, or open-air Exercise, stimulates a Lazy Man. Cascarets therefore act like Exercise. They produce the same sort of Naturai result that a Six Mile walk in the country would produce, without any injurious Chemical effect. The Vest Pocket Cascaret Box is sold by all Druggists, at Ten Cents^. Be sure you get the genuine, made only by the Sterling Remedy Company, and never sold in bulk. Every tablet stamped "CCC." W FREE TO OUR. FRIENDS! We want to send to onr friends a beautiful French-designed. GOLD-PLATED BONBON BOX, hard-enameled In colors. It Is a beauty for ithe dressing table. Ten cents in stamps is asked as a measure of good faith and to cover cost of Cascarets, with which this dainty trinket is loaded. 725 Send to-day, mentioning this paper. Address Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. ■Y w Care of the Skin. To most persons the skin represents simply the organ of touch, and because it Is customary to keep nearly all of its surface concealed, its relation to the welfare of the body is overlooked. II has, however, most Important functions, such as the casting out of waste mat ter and the maintenance of an even body temperature, disregard of which may lead to serious disturbances of health. But aside from Its purely physiologi cal purposes, the skin is an important influence for or against personal ap pearance, and Its proper care Is there fore worthy of consideration from * point of view alone. Cleanliness is the greatest essential In the care of the skin. For the cleans ing bath, water as hot as can he borr.o Is best, and a good soap should he fro ly applied with a moderately stiff lmth brush. If the water is at all hard it it. well to soften It by the addition of a little ammonia or borax. A quid sponging of the entire body with cold water should follow, in order to causa the pores relaxed by the heat to con tract ; and the drying should be accom plished by brisk rubbing with a coarso towel. Although the habitual use of hot wa ter on the face is sometimes condemn ed on the ground that it tends to favor the relaxation of the skin and pro duces wrinkles, there Is no danger of tills if the washing he concluded with cold water. The sponge is a thing to he avoided, as It Is difficult to keep clean, and forms a beautiful lurking-plane for germs. One wash-cloth should he kept for the face alone, and this should bv boiled frequently. At night it is a good plan to rub a little pure cold-eream into the skin ot the face and then wipe it off with a <)ioee of soft linen. ft Is surprising -ow black the latter will appear when the operation Is finished. - Cold-eream and talcum powder and some of the cosmetics are safe and useful, hut other cosmetics do more harm than good. The development of wrinkles can ha retarded, and if present they may he lessened by gentle massage with the Anger tips anointed with cold-cream. A good general rule is to let the direc tion of the rubbing be upward and out ward. Above all, It should he remembered that cleanliness, exercise, fresh air, sim 1>1* food and attention to the digestion are the most important consideration» •n the care of the skin.—Youth's Com panlon. A Man of Many Frloiuln. It was characteristic of the late Sir Henry Irving to make friends of Americans whom he met in I/ondon, and to show his appreciation of the esteem and admiration in which he was held here. But it would have been asking too much to expect him -jo be fan,liar with each person's claim to his recognition. A contributor to the New York Sun says that It was jften a case of "going It blind" on tho part of the actor. A certain New Y'orker arriving Li London found an invitation from Sir Henry to one of the famous suppers In Beefsteak Room of the Lyceum The ater. He accepted the invitation with delight, had as good a time as tha guests at these gatherings Invariably did, and ultimately became a clot • friend of the actor. But neither at that first supper not at any time later did Ins host say a word to explain how lie happened to Invite a man he had never met tie fore. So at.last his American friend decided to question him ou tlie sub ject. "Tell me, Irving," he said, "how did you happen to ask me to take supper xdth you ten years ago iu London1 i've often wondered why you did I'.." "So have I," answered the actor, Olandly "and to save my life I was »ever able to recall what the rea-jo.i »ras. But I'm sure it was a good one!" , i • Papa's Bleanlng. Tha Minister—And does ycur papa lay grace at tho table, too? The Angel Child— Y es, sir, but ha doesn't say It like you do. The Minister—What does he say? The Angel Child—He sits down an* looks around ap' says, "Good Lord, What a dinner!"—Cleveland Leader. Fatal Statement. Newltt—He's anxious to be consider ed a man of some social distinction. Bunker—lies taking a queer wav '.bout It." Newltt—Why? Bunker—He says golf is 'merely Cjiiimyrot.—Philadelphia Press. Just Too kiveel. Miss Elder—Yes, .Tack asked me to .So his partner for life, and I accept ed. Miss Younger—IIow lovely ! And you will be the senior partner, won't you, dear?—Cleveland Leader. Her SpecluKy. "You see that girl? Well, she Is au 'jxpert at handling the ribbons." "Fine horsewoman, hey?" "No; department clerk."— Ualtüuor« American. UtTTERLY WORN OUT. Vitality Sapped by Years of Suffering With Kidney Trouble. Capt. J. w. Hogun, former post master of Indianola, now living at Austin, Texas, "\ liÿï' y-* Bll writes: "I was afflicted with pains across the loins and in the hips and shoul ders. I had headache also a n d neuralgia. My right eye, -*r- from pain, was of little use to The constant flow of urine kept my system depleted, caus ing nervous chills and night sweats. After trying seven different kinds of medicine, I had the good fortune to hear of Doan's Kidney Pills. This rem edy has cured me. 1 am as well today as I was twenty-two years ago, and my eyesight is perfect." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. me for years. "Now." said the doctor, "you'll have to accustom yourself to one cigar after meals." "O, doctor," said tne patient, "that's pretty hard--" "Tut! tut! After a time you'll find it easy to give up even the cigars after meals." "But I'm sure I'll he giving up the meals after the cigars. I've never smoked, you know." — Philadelphia Press. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completeiwierango the whole sys tem when entering It through the mucous surfai.es. 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 possibly derive from them. Rail's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken 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, anil made i in Toledo, Ohio, by i\ J. Cheney A Co. Testi • nmnials free. Hold by Druggists, price 75c. per bottle. Hall's Family Fills are the best . Inquiring Female—And wliat do you do, captain, when it's too rough to go out in the boat? Captain—Well, ma'm, if the wreck ain't too far off, we generally tries to rig a line to her. an' then we sends out the breeches buoy. Inquiring Female—Oh, the poor lit tle fellow! But don't his parents ob ject ?—Judge. [ITC Vitus' Dance and all Nervous Diseases M u permanently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer Send for FREE |2 trial bott'e and treatise. Dr. R. 11. Kllue, Ld., 981 Arch St., l'hila., Fa. "Ah" cried the tomato, as the flan iel trousered yjouth seated himsoUf upon it; "I've spotted you at last."—• Cornell Widow. £wm Save the Babies. I NFANT MOETALITY is something frightful. \7e can hardly realize that of all the children born in civilized countries, twentytwo per cent., or nearly one-quarter, die before tney reach cne year; thirtyseven per cent., or more than one-third, bofoue they are live, and one-half before they are fifteen ! We do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would save a ma jority of these precious lives. Neither do we hesitate to say that many of these imantile deaths are occasioned by tne use of narcotic preparations. Drops, tinctures and soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain more or less opium, or morphine. They are, in considerable quantities, deadly poisons. In any quantity they stupefy, retard circulation and lead to congestions, sickness, death. Castoria operates exactly the reverse, but you must see that it bears the signature of Chas. n. Fletcher. Castoria causes the blood to circulate properly, opens the pores of the skin and allays fever. Letters from Prominent Physicians addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher. Dr. A. F. Peeler, of St. Louis, Mo., says: "I have prescribed your Castoria in many cases and have always found it an efficient and speedy remedy." Dr. E. Down, of Philadelphia, Pa., says; "I have prescribed your Cas toria in my practice for many years with great satisfaction to myself and benefit to my patients." Dr. Edward Parrish, of Brooklyn, N. Y., says; "I have used your Cas toria in my own household with good results, and have advised several patients to use it for its mild laxative effect and freedom from harm." Dr. J. B. Elliott, of New York City, says: "Having during the past six years prescribed your Castoria for infantile stomach disorders, I most heartily commend its use. Tho formula contains nothing deleterious ■ AVege table Preparation Ter As similating the Food and Rce; uta ling the Stoma dis and Bowels of I Promotes Digestion.Clieerful ness and Resi.Contains neiilicr Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. Reaps of Old Dr SAMI LL PITCHER J*umpkin Se*il" dix. S er u ut * Hoch til* Suits - dru se Seed * I Jïppemunt - 1 fit Curt/mate Stub* * Jfjrm Seed - fhrfi+d Su car . Wttduyreen flavor : Aperfecl Remedy for Constipa tion. Sour Sto mach. Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions, iVverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of Ouijrfpi ôù'fii'. NEW YORK. BBÇ X •'(-•O % iTOT 'U?': J to the most delicate of children." Dr. C. G. Sprague, of Omaha, Neb., says: "Your Castoria is an ideal medicine for children, and I frequently prescribe it. While I do not advo cate the indiscriminate use of■ proprietary medicines, yet Castoria is an exception for conditions which arise in the care of children." Dr. J. A. Parker, of Kansas City, Mo., says: "Your Castoria holds the esteem of the medical profession in a,manner held by no other proprie tary preparation. It is a sure and reliable medicine for infants and chil dren. In fact, it is the universal household remedy for infantile ailments." Dr. H. F. Merrill, of Augusta, Me., Says: "Castoria is one of the very finest and most remarkable remedies for infants and children. In my opinion your Castoria has saved thousands from an early grave. I can furnish hundreds of testimonials from this locality as to its efficiency and merits." Dr. Norman M. Goer, of Cleveland, Ohio, says: "During the last twelve years I have frequently recommended your Castoria as one of the best T reparations of the kind, being safe in the hands of parents and very ef fective In relieving children's disorders, while tho ease with which sucb a pleasant preparation can be administered is a great advantage." GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature L tXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. jLSTfc. ... , -----— ll8 Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THE CENTAUR COMP , TT MURRAY STREET, NEW YOUR CITY* ENSLAVING OF THE CHILD. , V s* t Armies of Puny Children Wear In* Oat Their Unhappy I.lves. The factory wants the child. There Is little to suggest the Magic Piper in Its whistle, yet the summons brings the children scurrying down the bro ken stairs of poverty and want, and the factory doors close upon them by tens' of thousands, leaving their child hood outside. The factory wants tho child and will pay for him; the child, and often his parents, can see no value In a birthright as balanced against a little handful of silver; only the state and the disinterested public are left to care and protest. Perhaps the present attitude of tem pered humanity, which still allows children of thirteen to work all night and keeps boys and girls of nine from ten to fourten hours at the spindles for wages ranging from ten to twenty cents, will seem as incomprehensible, one hundred years hence, as the past feeding of "workhouse brats" to the factories does to us. But the new measure of what is humane cannot be come established unless we know clearly what is happening and how and where the children are at work. Knowing, we must care. Buskin said, "Luxury, at present, can only be en joyed by the ignorant; the crudest man living could not sit at his feast unless he sat blindfold." Picture an army of one million, seven hundred thousand children, all under fifteen, and then realize that that army tramps, day after day, not to school and playground, but to tho factories, fields, mines and workshops of these United States. One million, seven hundred thousand was the num ber of child laborers estimated when the census of BRIO was taken; only tlio dod of fallen sparrows knows what It is by this time. In twenty years preceding 11)00 the number of boys in manufacturing and mechanical pur suits—boys between ten and fifteen— had Increased one hundred per cent; | the number of girls, one hundred and fifty per cent; but only a fifty per cent Increase had been added to the popu lation. To-day, in spite of all the child labor agitation of the past few years, it is estimated that forty thousand children under sixteen arc at work in Pennsylvania alone, and the Southern mills are said to employ twenty thou sand children not yet twelve.—Success Magazine. Sunday Island, in the Pacific, is really I he tallest mountain in the world, it rises 2000 feet out of five miles of water, and is thus nearly 30, ®00 ft'eni base to summit Wasps rank next to ants in point of intelligence. My Hair is Extra Long Feed your hair; nourish it; give it something to live on. Then it will stop falling, and will grow long and heavy. Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only genuine hair-food you can buy. It gives new life to the hair-bulbs. You save what hair you have, and get more, too. And it keeps the scalp clean and healthy. The best kind of a testimonial — 44 Sold for over sixty years ." bo manufacture: J SARSAPARILLA. PILLS. CHERRY PECTORAL. yers THE DAISY FLY KIFFER destroys fill tho flies and affords com f ort toevery home-in dfnhig room, sleeping room and all places whore flh-s are tronb o ßiiiiie. denn, iu at and will ™ not soil or in hire an vl * Try them --------... without them. If not k ,. u 11 Prepaid tor 20c. ll !lro i,l Soll 119 Dekalb uve„ Brooklyn, N. V. LAND SCRIP Bought and Sold Approved lorest Reserve and Ha! rail Serin for surveyed, pnsnrvHyi'd, Umbered or praire land: approved IT lilt. U stairs 5t.il arv Hiiiintv land Warrants; Re -er, tried So dieis' Add louai Scrip; all kinds ol Land Scrip I h d. W. 11 , Stowell & Co., Assnyers, Stowell llrUK Co. Spokune,......AVnsh. Spokane N II No 2 D OH Kaiser Wilhelm has a violent dis like for cats, and it is believed in Ber lin that he instigated the ordinance which puts a tax on felines of the cap ital. Unless a cat wears a collar and medallion showing that the tax has been paid, it will be killed by the po lice. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup the best remedy to use for their children during teething period Effeminate Youth—I dare say you think I am too talkative? Manly Maid—Not for a woman.— Walter Pulitzer In Lippincott's Maga zine.