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The Story of a Medicine.
Its name—"Golden Medical Discovery" was suggested by one of Its most Import ant and valuable Ingredients — Golden Seal root. Nearly forty years ago. Dr. Pierce dis covered that he could, by the use of pure, triple-refined glycerine, aided by a cer tain degree of constantly maintained heat and with the aid of apparatus and appliances designed for that purpose, ex tract from our most valuable native nio dlclnal roots their curative properties much better than by tho use of alcohol, so generally employed. So the now world famed "Golden Medical Discovery," for tho cure of weak stomach, indlgostion, or dyspepsia, torpid liver, or biliousness and Kindred derangements was first made, as It ever slnie has Mien, without a partlcla of alcohol In its malre-up. A glanccVajAtteJiiU list of Its Ingredi ents, prlntea bottle-wrapper, will show that it Is tnacta from the most valuable medicinal roots\found growing In our American forcstSJ All these In certs. T,earners ft .in wrltem nn MtlliClt Who fprnmiTieml them t y y A little book of these endorsements na3 been compiled by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., and will be mailed free to any one asking same by postal card, or letter addressed to the Doctor as above. From these endorsements, copied from standard medical books of all tho differ ent schools of practice, it will be found that the ingredients composing the "Gold en Medical Discovery" are advised not only for tho cure of the abovo mentioned diseases, but also for tho cure of all ca tarrhal, bronchial and throat affections, accompanied with catarrhal discharges, hoarseness, soro throat, lingering, or hang-on-coughs, and all those wasting affections which, if not promptly and properly treated are llablo to terminato in consumption. Take Dr. Pierce's Dis covery in time and persevere In Its use until you give it a fair trial and it Is not likely to disappoint. Too much must not be expected of It. It will not perform miracles. It will not cure consumption in its advanced stages. No medicine will. It will cure the affections that lead up to consumption, If taken In time. Juvonile Natural History. "Papa." said Harry, lufant phenom enon, aged ii.ue. "will you give me in.' pocket money In advance? I want t«» buy a book on moths." "Certainly, my boy," said the retired colonel. "Here's a shilling for you. 1 am delighted that you should take such an interest in natural history." That evening all the old colonel's best friends came to diuner. "Now Is my opportunity," reflected the proud parent, "to show these peo ple what a clever boy my son Is. I shall have him In at dessert time!" So Ilarry came In with the pears and pineapple, and In loud tones the gal lant colonel remarked: "Well, Harry, did you get your book on moths?" "Yes. papa." answered his son." "And what Is It called?" pursued the delighted father. "Oh," said the unsuspecting phenom enon. "It Is entitled 'Hints to Young Moth-ers!' "—London Answers. Hiding His Ignorance. An official of the department of jus tice said In Washington of a rumor brought to him for conllrmation /by a reporter: "This rumor springs from ignorance, crass Ignorance of the law. I am sur prised that you should have credited It. "The originator of that rumor is as plainly ignorant of the law as a cer tain schoolboy was of French. "This boy's father said to him one night at dinner: " 'Well, how are you getting on with your French, my son?" " 'Very well, thank you. sir,' the lad replied. "The father beamed with pleasure. "'Ask politely In French for some peas,' lie sakl. "There was an awkward pause. Then— " 'But, father,' said the boy, 'I don't want any peas.'" Meeting Old Neptune. An Inmate of Sailors' Snug Harbor in speaking of the ceremony eonnecteil with "crossing the line," when Father Neptune presides over the Initiation or the men who have never crossed the equator, said: "I got my Introduction to old Nep tune while I was In the merchant serv ice. I got my lather and shave aiul ducking thirty years ago an 1 helped initiate many seafaring men and lands men since then. With hot tar handy. Neptune's crew often took liberties which would not be allowed on board a man-of-war. The skipper used to look on from aloft, but ho was blind as a bat to things that he did not wish to see, and the men knew enough to make no complaint. I know that I was mad clear through at what I got. but I con tented myself with taking it out of the next man." Net Up to Date. The evidence had shown that the brick which a careless workman had dropped from a scaffolding ♦.went\ feet above the surface of the ground bad fallen on a man's shoulder anil broken a bone, but the Jury decided that the victim had no cause of action The falling of the brick had no neces sary connection with the accident. "Gentlemen." said the Judge, "I nev er heard of such a verdict You utter ly ignore the existence of the law of gravitation." "That law. your honor." answered the foreman of the jury, "Is so old that we decided not to consider It. It's ob solete."—Chicago Tribune. The Brightness He Saw. A man who died recently lti thf north of England and had boeu living a dishonest life under the cloak of re llglon, wishing to pose as a good mail to tho last, said to those around hiui: "All Is bright before 1110!" "Aye," said one of those present, whom he had swindled out of a sum of money, "an" in abeat ten minnlts theau'U be near enoof to see th' blaze!" —Manchester Guardian. nun ouoTATions Retail Market Reports Corrected Weekly for the Herald. MEAT AND POULTRY. BEEF Ribs 15c T-Bone 20c <".bucks 12}se Round . 15c B jilini! 8(« 10c VEAL Prime Chops 18(«20c Lens 20c Slewing 12^e POKK Prime Roast 17@20c Chops 18@20c SMisage 15c Chickens 22c BUTTER AND EGGS BUTTER Fancy Wash Creamery, per roll. 80(<?85c Cii.ii«ee Creamery 65c EGGS Freeh Ranch A 30(ff30 VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE Potatoes, 11> l^e .Sweet potatoes,li> 5e Cabbage. li> 2r Onions, lb 5c Carrots, lb. 2c Parsnips, It. 2c Turnips, lti .... 2e Lettuce, bunch 10 • Cauliflower, head 10c Celery, bunch 10c FRUITS AND NUTS. Apples, box $firstname.lastname@example.org Applet, Hi 5r Bananas, doz 30.' Kins, bulk, tt> 8 - Figs, Fancy California 10r Oranges, doz 30 (-•olden dates, lb 10c Walnuts, tt Pecans, tt> 20c Brazil, lt> 20c Almonds, tt> 25c Mixed, lti 2oc Lemons, doz 20c FLOUR. Fancy patent, sack $140 Choice patent, sack fl 25 PISH AND OYSTERS i Salmon, tt> 12}-2C : "almon trout lt> 15c i Halibut, lt> 10c | Smelt, H> 10c Perch, It. 10c J Flounder, 11. 10c ; Oysters, qt I'mc ; Clams, gul 70c | Shrimps, 11 20r , Crabs, eacl 12^c GRAIN AND FEED Hay, per ton, Yakima timothy $2") Grain hay $1K Alfalfa ... $10 Oat», per ton, Eastern Washington. ..$32 " " " Western Washington. .S2O Rolled oats, per ton $33 Wheat, feeil, per ton $3"> ; Chop, per tin $34 ] Shorts, per ton $27 j Kiiin, per ton $2~> i Middlings, per ton $30 | Corn, per ton $37 TEA Moneyback means that the tea is good and well worth the money. Can't mean anything else. Your frrocer returns your money If you don't like Schilling's Best; we pay him. Poor Critter! "I hoar that your husband Is critic ally ill, Mrs. Tiff?" said Mr. Gummey. "Yes, he Is. lie criticises the doctor, and he criticises the nurse, nnd he crit icises me. Oh, he's critically 111, all right."—Judgo. Poor Soldier. Bill—lt is said that Alexander the Great when on a campaign ate the ra tions of a common soldier. Jill—And did the poor soldier get nothing?— i'onkers Statesman. Encouragement. Jock—l mi) afraid that If I ask you to be my wife you will treat my pro posal as a joke. Molly—But all Jcfces are not rejected. Jack. The Bohemian. "Ah, once a bohemlan always a bo hemlan!" exclaimed the unsclssored joet "A bohemlan never changes." "No, not even his collar," replied the practical man, who had met a few bo hemlans.—Chicago News. Waytide Communing*. Wareham I.oug—Wot started the hard times anyway? Tuff old Knutt—We did, ye ole fool! We wus sufferin* with 'em long 'fore anybody else caught 'em.— Chicago Tribune. Locating the Blame. Father—Why, when I was your age I didn't have as much money In a month as you spend In a day. Bon- Well, pa, don't scold me about It Why don't you go for grandfather? ABERDEEN HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1908 aT^ust^uster? ) Yes, YOU'RE the J) man we mean, jgi You're always talk ?/ ing about the harm the ijL tJf trusts are doing. The [ J country's going to the Jv| tinwi demnition bowwows, you ft I —"/ say, because of the un- L_7 li/ \ curbed trusts. Rich grow- [» ing richer, poor getting M k~if if ll\u| poorer. Used to be that Aw. /W"* fiflfekh. a poor man could go into Iftk \W business for himself in a 1 modest way and make a wffißs * good living. Now he mO&CI must become a clerk or a \ roustabout or a hodcar /\ frier for some corpora *—k _ \ \ tion —some combination that has grown to be a Goliath of bigness, that ' ias devoured the fat of the land and is still gour mandizing upon it, till there's not a scrap of V bone left for the under dog. That's your line of talk. You're still handing it out, and you're proud of it. Well, now, let's see: Are YOU a trust buster YOUR SELF? Didn't we sec you rtalk up to the postoffice just now and mail a letter with the' address of a city Mail Order Store on the envelope ? Hey ? Didn't we ? Don't you know that the Mail Order Store is a trust — one of the most dangerous in the crowd ? Don't you know that it is secretly and silently and slyly closing the doors of opportunity to the young men in country towns and small cities like ours ? Don't you know that the Mail Order Trust is collecting the patronage of town and country people by the mail route, thereby cutting down the patronage of the smaller merchant, the local man who is trying to build up a modest, independent, antitrust business? Hev? I )idn't that ever occur to you ? X. B. (which means note well): Why don't you trade at home instead of helping to build up a trust that hurts your home placc ? A Memory Test. A fi»x)fessor of mnemonics had gonf to lecture ut or near Canterbury. Aft er the lecture was finished he had to wait for his London train. It was a most comfortless day. and he retired to an Inn for shelter and refreshment. To pass the time he began to exhibit his feats of memory to the yokels In the inn parlor, and one and all were thunderstruck except the waiter. There Is always one skeptic In every com munion, whether of saints or sinners. Po what he would he could not miti gate the acrid smile of acid incredulity of that glol'ltied potman! In the midst of one of his most dillicult feats the whistle sounded of the "Only train to London tonight!" and he rushed off to catch it. lie caught it at the station, and his reputation caught it in the Inn parlor, for the waiter, coining in with some ordered refreshments and find lug hlin gone, pointed to the corner where lie had boon sitting and exclaim ed. "Silly 'tn.ibug. lie's forgot his um brella!"— Young Man. Modern Chemistry. The foundation of modern chemistry was laid in the beginning of the eight eenth century by Ilales and Boer haave. In 177'J Priestley published his researches on air. having discovered oxygen, ammonia, etc., thus beginning a new chemical era. Priestley was ably seconded by Cavendish. Lavoisier, Chaptal and others, and with the open ing of the nineteenth came the brilliant discoveries ol' Davy, Dal ton, Faraday and others, which placed the science upon its present solid foot lug. Coming Out. Next week fashionable Flora was "coming out," and her proud mamma was so excited over the fact that she proclaimed It, metaphorically speaking, from the housetops. Even the charwoman had it "You will be pleased to hear, Mrs. Moore," said proud mamma, "that Flo ra 'comes out' next week." "Well, mum," replied the worthy washer, "I am pleased. An' so does my husband! How long did Miss Flo ra get? William got six months!"— London Scraps. Legend of the Mistletoe. In the old Norse legends "Baldur, the beautiful," was killed with a branch of mistletoe by "Lokl, the mischief maker," who hated aud envied hiiu for his popularity. The gods in sorrow heaped curses upon the offending mis tletoe. Suddenly appeared the God of Love and begged them in future when ever they saw a piece of it to give each other a friendly kiss in token of love, that his spirit might live. Since that time and from this has come the cus tom of stealing a kiss from any one standing under a branch of mistletoe. v_/ v w v w v v Paid For the Supplies. A story said to be characteristic Is ;o)d of a certain judge. It seems that when he convened court at one of%be towns on liitf,circuit It was found that no pens, ink or paper had been pro vided, and upon inquiry it developed that no county funds were available for this purpose. The Judge expressed himself somewhat forcefully, then drew some money from his own pocket. He was about to hand this to the clerk when a visiting lawyer, a high priced Imported article, brought on to defend a case of some importance, spoke up In an aside plainly audible over the room "Well," he remarked, with Infinite contempt, "I've seen some pretty bad courts, but this—well, this is the limit!" The old judge Hushed darkly. "You are titled $2."> for contempt, sir' ] Hand the money to the clerk!" lie said j and when the pompous visitor line ! humbly complied he continued. "Now. Mr. Clerk, go out and g.M j what pens. Ink and paper the court | may require, and if there is anything ! left over you can give the gentlemai ! his change."—Harper's Weekly. I A Genius at Excuses. I "While I was stage managing a piece ! some time ago," said a theatrical mag ! nate, "one of my show girls showed ' an Independence of spirit which was ! superb. She was always late for re j bearsal. Her excuses were great All j her friends and relations had a series ! of maladies which were remarkable in their number and diversity. She nurs ed them all until they naturally gave up the ghost. About an hour was enough to bury most of them. Then she caught .on to mechanical devices. Street cars were Invariably late—just i as late as she was. In fact. Then In turn came certnln Inconveniences in hotels. The elevator was continually sticking until finally came the denoue ment. It was In Philadelphia. The siren did not appear until nearly two hours after the proper time. 1 looked at her and waited. The excuse came glibly. " 'Oh,' she panted, I'm so sorry, but they are repairing the stairs at the hotel, and I could not get down until they brought a ladder!" "I recognized genius In that girl."— I Chicago Record-Herald. Muiio In Battle. The first use of field music of which we have absolutely authentic Informa tion was at the battle of Bouvirtes, that village of Freuch Flanders where the French won three victories, Fhllip Augustus defeating Otto IV. of Ger many there In 1214, Philip of Valols defeating the English there In 1340, while in 1794 the French defeated the Austrlans at the same place. It was at Bouvines In 1214 that trumpets sounded the signal for the victorious Freuch charge, the first authentic In stance of a command given by a trum pet call. FREE FREE City Library and Reading Hoom CITY HALL. ABERDEEN Open from 2 to 5:30 and 7 to 9:30 p. n Sundays 2 to 5:30 p. m. Visitors always welcome MRS. J. 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C. | St Luis let Sloe Repair d SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT Half Soles and Heels, Sewed Work, in from 6 to 10 minutes, for $1.00. 408,'* East Wishkah St., Next Door to Herald Offices ..ALL WORK GUARANTEED.. TIME CARD HARBOR BELLE Daily K*i--ii' ' •*-.) v m-•! Sunday In Effect 30, 1908 Lhhvp \t>er<!eeii ! ! M o'e-aiio SlMi* way pointr «• 7 n« km! li' in. Mniite«ar.o (■ "■ Aheitleen ami' Whv point" Ml !l a Hi. ai 11 4 p. In. Leave Aterileen 1.-, 11cqiiiain at 11 B.tr> . Leave Htqiliain for Ant-idi-en at 11 :.*S> SUNDAY AND WEDNESDAY Leave for .Motile-.itio at 7 a. to Leave Mnnlesano foi West port at Ita.m. I.eave Aherrleeii 10' \Ve.»lp>lt at 11 ft. m.. I.eave Mnquiam for W •—lt oit, 11 :l?0 a. to Leave West port fur Atiwdeen, 1:30 p-. n> . ! TIME CARD (Oft 1 W0!o) trains. At AB r FDEF hi DKI'A Hi 112 PoitlawL Taroina. Seattle am! all points i-a-t 8:45 a. tEr 28 4:*?> p. ir»„ I 27 Modi pa 2:50 p a. 0 " 8:15 p. n»„ 128 Oeosta 2:50 p. nr. A I!~lT VI " j27 " " " ?:50p. it ! 9 Portland. 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