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Medicine
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Spring
je Hood's Sarsaparill? . It f
The best is
. because it does the most good.
' S ^Virile it makes the blood pure, fresh
. live i y , it tones the stomach to bet
^digestion, creates an appetite, stimu
kidneys and liver, gives new
. . n erve and digestive strength.
bral ' unequaled list of cures—40,366 tes
— proves its merit.
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ter
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An
prafer medicine
Î iîfonu» 1 H««kl properties ns the liquid known Hood « Sarsaparilla to fall, for aprins
1 °n" the «»»>" e«™"' , convenience, ocon- humor« and an n general blood purifier; it cure«
beeide« accuracy m '...noration, break- scrofula, enema ; has no equal as a general
J^'-thare '»'WP^v Jin mlaU orsont by mail, spring medicine, It gives
^ or leakage* » oll, c ^ Hootl Co.. Lowell, Mass, tfon to say this."
genmiift sutisfac
IRRIGATION DATA
GATHER
TO
C 0. Jay nes WMI Spend Sea8on on
Washington Land,
agricultural appropriation bill
contains $150,000 for irrigation and
Lnage investigations carried on for
last 10 years. During most of that
L a part of the appropriation has
expended in the state of Wash
Duriug the last two years the
been under the direct charge
The
been
ington
work has
f s 0 Jayne, whose headquarters
sere at Spokane during 1906. Jayne
„repared a report of the irrigation in
valley during 1907, and
the Yakima
general study of Irrigation pos
This work is to
Abilities of the state,
continued during this season, when
will pay his attention to the
be
Mr. Jayne
improvement in methods ot irrigation
and the collection of information to
be used in bulletins. Large areas are
being brought under irrigation in the
state, while the state has a large
»ater supply. The time will
come when economy of water will be
ol great importance. Mr. Jayne's work
«11 be developing methods which will
with the waste and maintain
the smallest possible amount
..
do away
crops on
of water.
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
This Organization Will Appear at Spo
kane April 6 and 7.
coming to Spokane of the Chicago
Symphony orchestra on April 6 and 7.
The three concerts to be given by this
grand organization are announced by
Manager R. R. Ellinwood to mark the
inauguration of an annual spring fes
Unusual significance attaches to the
Uval.
Spokane has the honor of being the
first city west of the Rock mountains
to introduce a chorus of 1000 voices
from its public schools to sing with
THE SOURCE OF ALL DISEASE
Every part of the body la dependent on the blood for nourishment and
Itrcngth. When this life stream is flowing through the system in a state ol
E and richness we are assured of perfect and uninterrupted health;
le pure blood is nature's safe-guard against disease. When, however,
the body is fed on weak, impure or polluted blood, the system is deprived ol
its strength, disease germs collect, and the trouble Is manifested in various
ways. Pustular eruptions, pimples, rashes and the different skin affections
(how that the blood is in a feverish and diseased condition as a result of too
much acid or the presence of some irritating humor,
lie result of morbid, unhealthy matter in the blood, and Rheumatism, Ca
Urrh, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, etc., are all deep-seated blood
disorders that will continue to grow worse as long as the poison remains.
These impurities and poisons find their way into the blood in various ways,
Often a sluggish, inactive condition of the system, and torpid state of the
•venues of bodily waste, leaves the refuse and waste matters to sour and
form uric and other acids, which are taken up by the blood and distributed
liroughout the circulation. Coming in contact with contagious diseases is
mother cause for the poisoning of the blood ; we also breathe the germs and
microbes of Malaria into our lungs, and when these get into the blood in
•nfiident quantity it becomes a catrier of disease instead of health. Soin*
•re so unfortunate as to inherit bad blood, perhaps the dregs of some old
constitutional disease of ancestors is handed down to them and they are
constantly annoyed and troubled with it. Bad blood is the source of a.l dis
ease, and until this vital fluid is cleansed and purified the body is sure to
•offer in some way. For blood troubles of auy character S. S. S. is the Lesl
ctoiedy ever discovered. It goes down into the circulation and removes any
•ad all poisons, supplies the healthful properties it needs, and completely
and permanently cures blood diseases os
every kind. The action of S. S. S. is so
thorough that hereditary taints are removed
and weak, diseased blood made strong and
($ healthy so that disease cannot remain. It
cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Sores
PURELY VEGETABLE « nd Ulcers, Skin. Diseases, Contagious
w tut I HDLC. Blwjd Poisoni etc ( an d does not leave tho
•Tightest trace of the trouble for future outbreaks. The whole volume of
bleed is renewed and cleansed after a course of S. S. S. It is also nature »
pcatest tonic, made entirely of roots, herbs and barks, and is absolutely
armless to anv part of the system. S. S. S. is for sale at oil first class
■kg stores. Book on the blood and any medical advice free to all wno write.
ju<£ swrenr SPSKiFtc co., atlmpitm, G4»
Sores and Ulcers arc
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SHOES AT ALL
PRICES, F n EVERY >Jj 11
MEN member ofthe FAMILY,
»CvTw°I 8, W 0 "EN, MISSES AND CHILDREN.
ml;;. 0 , 0 ,"®/»» makmm and mall a mort , «Eji
*3.00 and $3.BOahooa ****
Jß" woél othor manufacturer In the
•ham! r?-*?*"."® th °y . ho,d • Ae/c "EETjQ VÉSffî JtS'i
I&» ~ b **tor, wear longer, and W \V WJfg&rïiu u
^ «ho emJ!TtV ,mr v ! , J umt Jf a " mnyothmrm GJSi XtiAfil'jfSP
V.LDnnirU^Sa ,h H ""»rldlo-day. . n
an<1 $5 Bill Edge Shoes Cannot fie Equalled Al Anj Price , n% rtf1 —.
tuL*X th« L Don Flat name and pries 1« «Umpedloo
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the accompaniment of a full symphony
orchestra
Tinder the compétent direction of
Miss Grace Holman, supervisor of mu
sic, the chorus has been under con
slant drill since last autumn and it is
stated splendid results have been at
tained.
The stage for the concerts will ex
tend from balcony to balcony on the
east side of the new armory, 15 rows
deep. Each member of the chorus
will be attired in a gown of red, white
and blue. The seating arrangement
will give the effect of an American
liog. During the rendition of one of
the songs, which is of patriotic nature,
a rythmic movement will be intro
duced to give a waving effect.
Other important features of the fes
tivai are solo and quartet numbers to
be introduced with the orchestra ac
companlment. Pour of the noted ora
torio singers of the country have been
secured, who will appear in both solo
and quartet selections. 1 hese are
Genevieve Clark Wilson, soprano;
Hose L. Gannon, contralto; John Mil
1er, tenor, and Arthur Middleton,
basso.
The Van Oordt-Wagner String quar
let is rated as one of the best organ
izatious of Its kind in the world. Jan
Van Cordt is the concertmcister and
solo violinist ot the oichestia, while
P ranz Wagner is the cellist.
Kaiser Congratulates Roosevelt.
London, March 16.—A special dls
patch to the Daily Mall from Ber [in
says that the emperor sent warm per
sonal congratulations to President
Roosevelt on the arrival of the fleet at
Magdalena bay ahead of schedule time.
Washington Pleases Japan.
Tokio, March 18.—The final reply
from Washington regarding the em
igration question has greatly pleased
Jajan.
K Of mil
SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL
PARTS OF THE GLOBE.
A Review of Happenings In Both
Eastern and Western Hemisphere*
During the Past Week—National, j
Historical, Political and
Events.
Personal
Every church In Chicago has a city
fireman within its doors Sunday at
the time of worship.
Robbers broke Into the postoffice at
Rawhide, Wyo., recently, and carried
away 60 registered letters,
, „
The Pacific Coast Fire Chief s asso
ciation wil1 h ' old the next annual con '
v ' c ^ ria ; B - c - September,
o(J aud ° ctol)er L
As the direct result of raids by
n 'S ht ride.-s in various parts ol Ken-j
tucky, rewards aggregating $10,000
have been offered for the arrest of the
culprits.
Through the financial crisis in the
United States the glove industy in
the Erz mountain districts in Austria
has been temporarily destroyed. All
the factories have been shut down,
The Andover Theological seminary,
one of the oldest theological schools
i n the country, will be removed to
Cambridge next fall and become affill
a ted with the Harvard divinity school,
A M Johusou> „ detective of Boise,
ldaho ha8 in a claim for the *j 0t .
0 00 reward offered for the arrest and
COQviotion of tbe mnr derer of former
Goveruor FrHUk gtenuenberg. He says
Oorhard was arrested by him.
Th0 senate haB paS8ed a biU by wllioh
[,000,000 acres of arid land belonging
^ the publio domain will be turned
over t0 tbe atate of Idaho for the use
under the Carey act.
^ Woonsocket, R. I., the Alice rub
ber shoe mm and the Millv nie rubber
boot nl jjj D f t, be United States Rubber
conlpan y have closed for an indefinite
period. About 1200 empleyes are af
fected.
Secretary Metcalf has sent a letter
of commendation to Lawrence Sulli
van, boatswain's mate on the May
flower, for his gallantry in rescuing an
ordinary seaman, L. S. Barber, from
drowning.
Immigration statistics compiled by
steamship companies show that the
tide of alien arrivals in this country
still remains at low ebb, while the re
turn of foreigners to Europe continues
in unusual numbers.
The amount stolen from the reserve
box of tho Utah National bank last
January was $106,250, according to an
official statement issued today, not
$43,000, as given out by the president
when the robbery was discovered.
A record-breaking bill in the anti
gambling line prohibiting gambling
anything from a horse race to "fu
to making illegal tele
on
lures," even
graphic communications on such mat
ters, was introduced in the house Mon
day by Representative Campbell of
Kansas.
The United States cruiser Mil
waukee of Admiral Swinburn's squad
has returned to Frisco from tar
ron,
the bay, and has
get practice at
brought word of a daring robbery on
board during her stay in the south,
when the sura of $3800 in gold was
taken from the paymaster's room by
doing duty on the
some person
cruiser.
After two days of stubbornly con
international
Saturday
tested play the tenth
cable chess match ended
night in a victory for the American
players, who secured 5% points out
of a possible 10 by winning three
games, drawing five, while two games
held In abeyance [»ending adjudi
a I ■■
cation by Referee Baron Albert
Rothschild ot Vienna.
Newness' trophy, which was held by
Great Britain last year, now becomes
the prize of America.
De
Sir George
Orchard Sentenced
to Hang May 15
Caldwell, Idaho, March 18 —Harry
Orchard was today sentenced to hang
The sent
May 15 by Judge Wood,
enoo was accompanied by recommanda
on
tion to the state board of pardons for
commutation without indicating to
what lentgh the proposed commutation
should go. ..... .u .
The judge declared he believed that
Orchard told the whole truth and that
those implicated in his confession
wou : d yet receive punishment
said the acquittal of Haywood and
Pettibcne did not indicate their inno
cence but the fact that the state had
failed to present sufficient legal evi
dence lesides Orchard's confession to
convict them.
He
Although the price of pork is in
creasing, the farmers find themselves
confronted with the necessity of feed
ing hogs until next fall on account of
unprofitable market.
an
Does Your
Heart Beat
Yes. 100,000 times each day.
Docs it send out good blood
or bad blood? You know, for
good blood is good health ;
bad blood, bad health. And
you know precisely what to
take for bad blood — Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. Doctors have
endorsed it for 60 years.
One frequent crura of hn«l blood ii a sluggish
liver. Thu produce« constipation. Poisonous
MibntaticuH -are then absorb««! Into the blood.
Keep the bowels open with Ayer's I'l 1 !». _
wia • .T 41« A - *
Mad© J. C. Ayer Co., lowell, Mas«.
manuU Aurora of
> HAIR VIGOR.
AGUE CURE.
CHERRY PECTORAL.
yers
Wo have no «eoret«! Wo publish
the formula« of all
medicines.
Machen Reformed.
lachen, former
superintendent ot the rural free deliv
ery system, who was convicted in 1904
for conspiracy in connection with
postal frauds, was released from pris
on a few days ago, he exclaimed In a
voice shaken with emotion:
"It's so good to be free again, cap
tain; now I can see my loved ones,
When August W.
feel the soft kisses of the children,
and live in an atmosphere of light
and happiness and rest. It's been pret
ty hard—the prison, the shame, the
degradation. But I believe I can live
it ail down. Anyway, I mean to try,
ever so hard."
Row Starts Riot and Fire.
Paris, March 16.—The spectators at
the cycle races at the Gallere des
Machines tonight engaged in the dis
cussion of umpires, wrecked and set
fire to the grand stand. Police re
serves to the number of 300 had to be
called out before order was restored.
Holland butter is being imported
into Chile and sold at 45 cents United
States gold a pound, while the Chilean
product is sold for 60 cents a pound.
Jer
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OFF;
mmFi
■Man was made of dust
Geraldlm
you know. Gerald—Yes, and most wo
men are out for the dust.—Town Top
les.
Old Lady (seeing a friend off on
steamship)—Now do be careful, dear,
and don't forget to give the captain a
shilling to keep off the rocks.—Punch.
Young Lady (entering tobacconist's)
—I want to look at some cigars, please.
Suitable for a tall young man with
brown bair!—Ally Sloper's llalf-lloll
day.
Watts—What Is tbe matter with
Thompson? He has got so he stam
mers all the time. I'otts—His wife
made him stop swearing.—Indianapolis
Journal.
One good thing about marrying a
widow Is that she doesn't expect so
much of you In the way of being
good, and talented, and noble.—Somer
ville Journal.
Suitor—And Is your daughter per
Banker's Wife—She
fectly healthy?
ought to be. Last year we spent fif
teen hundred dollars on her health.—
Meggendorfer Blaetter.
"Jedge," said the colored prisoner,
"Is I expected ter tell de truth?"
"Why, of course, you are!"
"Well,
then, des go ahead an' sentence me
fust!"—Atlanta Constitution.
Nineteen women have been elected
to the Finnish parliament.
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TUESDAY'S REPORT
FROM FLOODED DISTRICT
Waters of the Clearwater and Snake
rivers are still rising at Lewiston,
Idaho; all trains clocked, many wash
outs, one life lost, property damaged
heavy.
High water records broken at Ken
drick, Idaho, Northern Pacific track
being badly washed out.
Onldesao, Idaho,marooned by floods,
wagon bridge gone, people on lowlands
driven from home.
Highest water ever known in March
on the Ht, Jce river; huge log drives
drift and form jams; lowlands flooded.
Orest of flood in Umatilla river
passes Pendleton, Ore.; O. R. & N.
track out in several places and trains
to the south tied up.
Damage at Colfax from high water,
but the flood is receding.
Freshets in the Coeur d'Alene min
ing region cause considerable annoy
ance.
Walla Walla out of danger flood
break being repaired.
Habitual
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remedies, when repaired, are to assist
overcome
i
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nature and not to supplant the natur
al functions, which must depend ulti
mately upon proper nourishment,
proper efforts,and right living generally.
'To get its beneficial effects, always
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one size only, regular price but P »r Bottle.
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glass measure, or 34x29 outside meas
ure. only $1.19. eut up Into 18 small
lights, a real artistic addition to any
hallway In any house.
We carry hundreds of different sizes
In stock and hundreds of different de
slgns. and can make delivery at once.
Beautiful « ross panel doors only $l.RO'
per door. We have our own mill and
we sell to anyone, and have only one
price on orders, small or large, price Is
the same.
Window frames, only $1.10 per frame.
Send for price lists. A thousand bar
gains. Shipments made anywhere, safe
delivery of goods guaranteed. Price lists
mailed free, post paid, without charge.
Write at once. A thousand bargains.
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Their reputation for quality and dura
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known.
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