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Doctors If you are suffering from impure blood, thin blood, de bility, nervousness, exhaus tion, you should begin at once with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life. Your doctor knows it.too. Askhimaboutit. Ton mint look well after tlie condition of yuur liver tinil liowels. Unless there ix dully action nf tlio bowels, jmlKimmiR products are absorbed, cuasim; licnilachc, li Uikikihh, imu sea, dvspepaiii. and thus pi-uvenllnif the Har anarflla from iIhIiik Its l"'t wnvlc. Aynr's I'IIIh ire liver pills. Act Bout ly. nil vegetable. The dose is only one pill al bedtime. Made by T. O. Ayor Co., Lowell, Mais. Aloe uanuiuturera 01 7 HAIR VIGOR. AGUR CUKE. CHERRY PECTORAL. 1 A jiff TRs'lSO ' i"TrrTnft'TtUTT HENRY S. WOOLNER & CO., 1IIIS. Broadway, Los Angeles, Ciil. Stocks Bonds Investments We look to your Interests, (iood ccuritics Bundled. Correspondence solicited. -WOOLNEK- Hls Dyspepsia Butter. Butts I got a wire from Snlggs to day saying bis dyspepsia was much better. Cutts You don't mean to say he telegraphed the news. What did he say? Butts He said there was a strong rally in the wheat pit. Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. first: A trip to Eden Hot Springs where natum has lavished her bounties, and th medicinal waters euro lihemmitlsm, blood and skin diseases, mid Eczema. Stage from ltedlunds Wednesday and ruturduys at S p.ni Effects of Typewriter. The invention of the typewriter has given a tremendous impetus to the dic tating habit, especially among business men, says the Atlantic Monthly. The more ephemeral literary productions of the day are dictated, sometimes to a stenographer for transcription, and of ten directly to the machine. In either case the literary effects of the dicta tion habit are too manifest to need elaboration. The standards of spoken language, which in the days of the past stood out in marked contrast with the terseness and precision of written com position, giving rise to the saying that no good speech ever rend well, have crossed over to the printed page. This means not only greater diffuse ness, Inevitable with any lessening of the tax on words which the labor of the writing imposes, but it also brings forward the point of view of one who speaks. There is the disposition on the part of the talker to explain as if watching the facial expression of his hearers to see how far they were fol lowing. This attitude Is not lost when his au dience becomes merely a clicking type writer. It is no uncommon thing in the typewriting booths at the capitol in Washington to see Congressmen, in dectating letters, use the most vigor ous gestures, as if the oratorical meth ods of persuasion could be transmitted to the printed page. An Unkind Cut. "Isn't it queer," remarked Newpop, "that the baby immediately becomes quiet the minute I began to sing to him?" "Oh, there's nothing so very queer about it," rejoined Mrs. Newpop. "Tho poor little dear is evidently puzzled by the strange noise." Equine Flesh for Food. A new city slaughter-house, covering two acres, and to be used for the kill ing of horses, donkeys, and mules for food, has been opened in Tarls with a banquet, at which horse and donkey flesh were the only meats served. It Is stated that 23,000 horses, donkeys, and mules are killed annually In Paris for food. The use of their flesh is In creasing. Proof of Popularity. "And Is Jeanette really such a popu lar girl with the young men?" "Popular? Why, whon she bought a new automobile all of the chappies tried to be the first she'd run over.' Always punish your children for wil fully disobeying you, but never punish them in anger. 1905 LEWIS & CLARK EXPOSITION For first class hotel and room accomodations In PORTLAND during the Exposition apply at once and send your reservation fee of si.lio to apply on rent of your room, liaoms In all parts of the city. 50 cents to $2.00 a Day. Reserve Your Rooms Without Delay Ani Get Your Choice. Write for full Information to DEPT. Exposition Accomodation Bureau. The, only official Tiureuu of tho LEWIS & CLAKK KAIK Qoodnough Building, Portland, Or. Don't semi - anything to the laundry before it is marked. New Problem. "Gracious me!" exclaimed the lady. "These servant girl problems are very vexing." "What now?" asked her husband. "Why, that Russian girl I hired re fuses to wash my kimonos because they are Japanese."' I'OULTUY WANTED.-Top market prices paid for all kinds at nil times. We supply you wit h shipping coops cxpressngo prepaid. OU I'lNUTON RANCH, Los Angeles. Cupid's Preference. Death may love a shining mark, But Cupid's aim is oft Directed at a different kind A mark that's very soft. t '"-''ihfitiit 'itffi ' ahy pOETY YEARS AGO almost every mother thought her child must have L PAREGORIC or budanum to make it sleep. These drugs will produce tlecp, and A PEW DROPS TOO MANY will produce the SLEEP PROM WEIGH TZERE IS NO WAKING. Many are the children who have been killed or whose health has been ruined for life by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each cf which is a narcotic product of opium. Druggists are prohibited from selling cither of the narcotics named to children at all, or to anybody without labelling them " poison." The definition of " narcotic " is : "A medicine which relieves pain . and produces sleep, hut which in poison ous doses produces stupor, coma, convul sions a nd death. ' ' The taste and smell of medicines containing opium are disguised, end sold liuder the names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups," etc. You chould not permit any medicine to be given to your children without you or your physician know of what it is composed. CASTORIA DOES NOT CON TAIN NARCOTICS, if it bears the signature of Ohas. H. Fletcher. Letters from Prominent Physicians addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher. Hr. J. W. r;n?clnl. of CVorijTo, Til., unvs: "I use your Cnstorla and advise its use In ail families whs. there are children." Pr. A lewder I". Mln:!o. rf Cleveland. Ohio, says: "I have frequently pro scribed jour lastorin and have fouud It u reliable and pleasant remedy for children." Pr. J. S. Al"xnmW. of Omaha, Neb., says : "A medicine so Ynlunble and bene ficial I'iii- children us your Castorla Is, deserves the highest praise. 1 find It In use everywhere." Dr. 1. A. Meridian, of Buffalo, N. Y., says : "I have frequently prescribed your Castorla fur children and always got good results. In fact 1 use C'ustoria for my own children." Dr. J. W. Allen, of St. Louis, Mo., says: "I heartily endorse your Cnstorla. I have frequently prescribed It in my medical practice, and have always found It to do all that is claimed for It." Dr. C. IT. (Hidden, of St. Foul, Minn., says: "My experience as a practitioner with your Custorla has been highly satisfactory, and 1 consider it an excellent rented for the young." , Dr. II. D. Renner, of Philadelphia, Ta., pays : "I hove used your Castorla as purgative In the cases of children fur years past with the most happy effect, ani fully endorse it as a sale remedy." Dr. J. A. Itoarman. of Kansas City, Mo., says: "Your Cnstorla Is a splendid remedy for children, known the world over. I use It in my practice and have a hesitancy In recommending it for the complaints of infants and children." Pr. J. J. Mnckey, of Brooklyn, N. Y.. says : "I consider your Castorla an ex cellent preparation for children, 'being composed of reliable medicines nnd pleasant to the taste. A good remedy for all disturbances of the digestive organs." Dr. Howard James, of New York City, says : "It is with great pleasure thnt I desire to testify to the medicinal virtue of your Cnstorla. I have used It with marked benefit In the case of my own daughter, and have obtained excellent result) from lis administration to other children in my practice." '-rrTmMiii'm jiitlpnftlllirilMiiflMillMMl1lifHflOHttMtMimrrTrrr?M) 1 llj FH-, i Tnn ; W V f,AaVBi('.--M' '".IV Irf- - . - . gay--- AYegetable Prcparalionfor As similating the Food and Reg u la ting the Stomachs and Bowels of Promotes Digestion,Cheerful nessandRcst.Contains neither Optutn.Morptiine nor Mineral. Not Nab c o t i c . XtaptofOldHrSAMVELPlTCHER Pumpkin Seed" Alx.Senna iiochtlU Salts -tifttu'j e Seed Jfypvmiwt -Jii Gu-6tmateSoa fiirmSced -fltvifiod Swrar . Hitderynm tiara: I A perfect Remedy forConslipa tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Fevcrish ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. Pac Simile Signature of NEW VOHK. i exact copy or wrapper. '"- .-,.i!Hi. GENUINE ALWAYS Bears the Signature of ' The Kindlon Have Always Bought In Use For Over SO Years. THE CENTAUB COMPANY, 77 MURRAY ST, NEW YORK CITY, THE ROOSTER SAID TO HIS WIVES that if only they had Curd's Glass Grit and Curd's Lice Killer on the place they would be doing as well as the neighbor's cowb, which are sprayed twice a woak with Curd's Fly Killer. Ask your dealer or write to CU1D & CAflPSELL, Norwilk, Cal.