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R. L. Located in Wa' A Caries Lirilla BEEF, TOKK, CUBED Edterprise !v haz- ut is a lv loss J Home. and de- relic-vt' g"ssip h-ery clav mlier of iot talk a .nfkffilftiMMfk!. uso, Texas, has given birth to two heaithy chil dren, the rec-ond one born six weeks after the first. The case hag caused pjn-idcrable comment among physi cians. I. nil Ins Can Wrar Khooi One fire smaller after using Allen's Foot-Cane. Cures ftwtiUen teet, blisters and I'allpussjKitsatid 19 a certain cure lor iuprirtvine; noils, sweating, hot. ael.ii'.e fevt. At all DniKElsis. 2."c 1 rint packs? K I: I K by luail. Address Allen S. Oliu wed, Leltoy. X- Discernment Office Boy Dere wuz a poet in ter tee yer when yer wuz out ter lunch. Editor How did you know he was a pcet? Office Boy Well, he wnz some poor guy. He didn't have no Panama hat. Mothers will find Mrs. Vlnslow'e Sooth Inr Syrup the best remedy to use tor their Children 'during the teething period. She Wasn't a Blotter. Edith Why did yon refuse him? Ethel Hn lias a punt. Edith Hut he can blot it out. Ethel Perhaps; but he can't use me for a blotter. For froit-hite, ehilhlnins, sore and lame joints, fullness of iiitiHcles try Hamlin's Wizard Oil. It won't disappoint you 1 Four Meals a Day. Washington hotels are said to be the only ones in thiB country that serve lour reiruiur meals a day breakfast, luncheon, dinner and eupper the lat ter being served in some cases as late as midnight.' Piso'. Cure for Comminution is an infal lible medicine for roughs,' and colds. N. W. oasiukl. Ocean Grove; 5?s J., t ea. 17, IWXi. Unashamed. Lady Ain't yon ashamed to be ty ing fireworks to that dog's tail? Boy Ashamed? flully Gee! Ain't he an English bull dog, an' aint' this de Fourth oi July? Puck. CITC Permanently Curea So fits or liorrouracei slterhmt lny' iltenf 1r klineXireat Norn Mlanr. Sou.l for Fit E E 84.00 trial bottle and trrot St. I)i.B.U ku.ia.Lui..uiArclidtPhUadeiiiua,l No Harm, Anyhow. Sidney Then you believe in a coat ol arms? Rodney Yes. Almost anynewly-rich American can be benefitted by adding a good Latin motto to live up to. Puok. Want a Samole of SDices? We are verv desirous that vou should try Our Monnnoln Knifes. If von trv i , j j tham once we thina: you'll keep on trying them, and other AJonopole gro ceries, too. Therefore, if you'll eend jour grocer's name and a two-cent stamp, we will send vou a full weight . twooz. tin of Mouopole Cayenne or uue peppei , 0r other variety you se lect. Munonolfl nnieefl are th nnropt i r - - i inn moat fragrant obtainable, and we ant you to prove it for yourself. Ad dress Wadhams & Kerr Bros., Portland, Handicap for Policemen. County Wexford, Ireland, police car- T revolvers, but are not allowed to load Nja until they are ready to use them. J.h-W.G.,. trom . , " a Millionaire. taTni?r" f "tort trn"t after all "ot J- r''noi.t Morgan hut John W So ,Ue iatu.r d oen interview. lie that he n incidentally Gates told the story of to L T froui a traveliue !"" to he a millionaire and one of the great t huati.-iai powers in America. He first waned selling barbed wire at a U.M that there was more monev In the manufacture of barbed wire than there was hi 8oItinK lt anfJ with Alfm, UiBord he embarked in manufacture for himself. The business was small the Pltal being less than .0w. but it lucreased and soon an incorporated concern was started under he name of J. W. Gates & Co. Into this concern each of eight men put $i 'K. making a total working capital of fcUouo. The profits for the first year were $ir.u.uuo. Gates bought out bis partners and with Clifford and an other stockholder Incorporated the Southern Wire Company, capital $50 0ki. The profits for a year In this were ?1SS.(NJ0. "Then we coucluded," savs Mr. Gates, "to build a mill near Pittsburg and selected Kaukin as a site. In lssi we began the erection of what is now known as the Kraddock Mill. We started In to build a mill that would cost us $110,000. We concluded that we would Incorporate for $100,000 and borrow the $10,000. Before we had completed the mill $2.-0.000 had been expended, aim we were obliged to bor row SloO.000. "We began operations In the mill early in issti, and 1 went abroad for the purpose of buying steel. It being unobtainable in the Unrted States-I mean steel billets. I purchased about 50.000 tons of steel In Great Britain for shipment via Baltimore to the Kaukin mill. "1 had great difficulty in obtaining a hankers' credit to satisfy the European makers. Finally I called upon Mr. Mor gan, and he very cheerfully gave us credit for fOO.ooo sterling, which was more money than we were worth. "Owing to our exceedingly large pur chase in Europe the price of steel ad vaueed $5 to $10 a tou. which meant a profit to us of from $250,000 to $500, 000. I sold 10.000 tons of the steel to the Carnegie Company without touch ing lt, simply delivering the shipping documents to them, and thereby made Early In life she began to develop the talent for debating, which has never deserted her. She taught school for a time and then married George Jones, a niolder and a union man. After aix years of married life her great sorrow ; came, yellow fever taking her busbaud ! and four children w ithin a week. j Then she began her work to help the j laborer. She has studied labor condl t tlons In England. Ireland. Germany, I Prance, Austria and In every State In JOHN W. GATES. Cancepoas WW Vtl face neck or breast, though e are liable to arjpear upon other parts " e body. When they begin to spread ? eat into the flesh, sharp, piercing Js are felt as the underlying tissue is troyed and the tender nerves exposed. ncerous sores develop from very trifling a carbuncle or boil, swollen gland, '"tie watery blister on the tongue or ?Pa wart, mole or bruise of some kind an indolent, festering sore, ich m time defcaneratea into cancer. . oa years aaro I Sju0rvh,,j,-ft wrhiah tha ore pronouncad JLr'O itch, buri bUad, than scab but- would S'S.S.S.awhU. U l at took ora bag-an to an u" wnen r K-j - at i. J"" thirty w BU aoowt "a afu"1"' oontlnnlBT It for soma .iwv th" ,or hKd Sealed, to ba U il the Polaon was out of my sya- lm Bv aaen no aim of the cancer ara. Oant, Andrian Co., Mo. is strictly a vegetable remedy, and, while possessing purifying and healing properties that no other medicine .contains nothing that could derange ystem. While cleansing the blood ?: builds up the general health. alAr-7?u have auspicious sore, or other ubIe- Hni tor our ree boolc on u! Skin Diseases, and write to ua a, ? I;iiorruation or advice wanted; ke no charge for this service i im arcane co, atlaht. u. Beat ii nMt AIL test 1AIIS. I I X W'P. Tvi GuoO. Cat I $100,000 net profit The balance of the steel we worked up into rods and wire. "Our profits In the manufacture of wire In 1S85 were very small, caused largely by the Grant-Ward panic. The year 1S80 was fairly good. In 1887 we realized the profits of the steel pur chased In Europe in 1886. together with the steel sold to the Carnegle-Phipps Company. "In 1887 we Increased the capital stock of the Braddock Wire Company from $100,000 to $500,000, and paid a cash dividend of $100,000-maklng a 500 per cent dividend as the result of work during 1884, 1885. 1880 and 18.87." Mr. Gates Is now well launched on his career. His policy after that was consolidation. In 1892 the Consolidat ed Steel and Wire Company was form ed, with an actual paid In capital of $4, 000 000. For three years Mr. Gates managed the concern, the earnings of wheh were $1,100,000 a year. In 1895 Mr Gates was elected president of the Illinois Steel Company, of which be owned 27.000 shares. Later the American Steel and Wire Company, with a capitalization of $90,000,000. was formed. Then came the billion dol lar steel trust, which swallowed all the Gates Interests as well as those of Carnegie and other Iron masters. FRIEND OF THE MINERS. "Mother" Jonea Devotes Her Life to the Cane of Labor. Mother" Jones, who took a prom inent part in the miners' strike of 1900, SL arrested in West Virginia re cently for trying to assemble a crowd of striking miners, thus violating an injunction. She has been known to la bJr unions for twenty years as an en thusiastic labor agitator. -Mother" Jones Is now fifty-eight years of age and is as vigorous and full of Are as ever. She Is slender of figure, has white hair, wrinkled face Jeen eves, prominent chin, a powerful eeu r. nmnner. She is i mil . . it, . a-Ai-t ncrmfln. heart I vcarm ior cue r. "Mother" Jones was born In Cork. IreS, and had to flee with her fa- I this country wnen u Zcerned In some political agitation rT freeing Ireland. She was then Ehf TZs old. The family went to iSJZZSi she waaweU educated. Li .. -VS. in. fli.'W "MOTHEB" JONES. the Union. She" has traveled over Eu rope and has been prominent In every big strike and labor movement In this country during the Inst fifteen years. For the last few years she has beeu with the United Mine Workers. Jm Tmm Sears, Roebuck & Co.. Chicago, re ceive 20.000 letters dally, the result of advertising. The smnll boy who plants beans In the back yard and digs them up the next day because he finds they haven't grown up yet is like many an adver tiser we have all met. Current Adver tising. Timeliness Is a sine qua non to suc cessful advertising. One should not adrertlse overcoats In July or organ dies In December. The advertiser should be Just as careful in being up to date, offering the very latest designs, as the editor is Insistent upon giving the very latest news. Printers' Ink. Mighty as are steam and electricity in the domain of industry, they are but shadows of the mightier power of con centrated thought as expressed In type ar.d spread before the world. To let the world know through type who and what and where you are and what you have that this great world wants Is the secret of success, and the printing press Is the mightiest machine to that end. Thomas A. Edison. The clothing dealers of Plttsfield, Mass, have taken definite action In re gard to advertising. In the past lt has been customary for the business men to advertise on programmes and other papers of a similar nature for social events and field days. This has be come such a burden, with no resulting benefit to the merchants, that lt was decided to discontinue It In the future. All the dealers have signed a paper to that effect. It Is thought that mer chants dealing In other lines of goods will sign the paper. HER DOWRY HALF A MILLION. Mra. Van Alen Collier One of the Moat Fortunate of Bride. In the matter of wedding gifts Sarah fiiavapt Van A ln whriua marrlnrru ru. centiy to nooen j. comer rurrusnec: New York and Newport society plenty of topics for chats over the tea cups, was probablj the most fortunate bride w-bo ever stood at the altar Though her fatbw was opposed to the union at first, he treated her gener ously In the matter of a dowry. . Hta H8. collikb. gift amounted to nearly half a million dollars. A chest of table silver, a dia mond brooch and a diamond tiara were among the othe r magnificent gifts from relatives. The lrlde, by reason of her family connections and ber pleas ing personality, has long been one of the consplctous figures In metropolitan society. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. William Astor and, like the grand mother w-bo so long was a leader of the foremost soolal set In this country. Is attractive In face and figure and charming In conversation. "A r.f.JJff:, Iritis Modesty of an Amir. The late Amir Abdur Rahman left behind him, we are told, copious diaries from which he directed bis successor to extract and publish those portions which bore upon his private and do mestic life, omitting all political ques tions. It Is now to appear under the modest title of the . "Encyclopedia of the World." This Is not so bad for an Informal domestic record, even of as Oriental potentate. Madras Mall. EcfHtn ai Mie't Motored. It is little wonder that foreigners de spair of learning to speak our lanirnace One of the greatest difficilties is the way in which the same syllabic sounds Lave often very different meaning. "You'll pet run in," said the pedes trian to the automobilist witho.it a liiiht on his vehicle. "You'll get run into," respondi.i t lit automobilist, as he pushed the slartini: lever hnrd over, knocked the other down and ran op his spine. "You'll get run in, too", said the policeman, as he stepped from behind tree and grabbed the reckless driver le fure he could get awav. Just then another scorcher came along, w ithout his initials on his vehi cle, so the policeman had to run in two. Ne Compulsion. Landlord Sorry, pardner, that there hain't no bath room, but you see I am fignrin" on puttin' one iii next vear; an Tourist I don't want to take a bath next year. Landlord Well, of course we don't inbiet on your takin' oue. Definite Mtaiurcment "Do you think the world is grow ing any better?" "I'm absolutely pure of it. aiikkf. ed the monopolist. "Why, five years ago i maue only I ioo.UOO a year. To day I am making that much a month." Not On Your Life. Smith Would vou advise me to take out a .policy with this new insurance company? Brown Not on your life, old man. Smith Why not? Brown Thev eive nothing bnt neei. dent policies. The Moon. In distance the moon is 140,000 miles from our earth, amrtnd which she gravitates like a satellite. Her diam eter is about 2,453 miles. She has a solid surface' of 14,000,000 miles and a solid oontineut of about 10,000 cubic miles. Great Sufjtfition. Pat An phat d'ye think of thim volcanoes? Tim I dunno. I-et'g take a dhrop of the crater. FOR SALE. One Second Kami Nlrheln A ShenaM Separator. ire t-a.i, nh wind Slacker, ul run 4o av, a bargain. Inquire oi JOHN IHHH.K. Toot MmtImm St., Portland, Or. DR. C. GEE WO WONDER l-t'L HO Ml: ' TREATMENT ThU moueViTul VW naa riiHior n call! ktvbH bi-nii It run (HNtpIt wu hunt oMri lion Oliu arc trlvrn up toiji. He curva Willi tlttwu ,mle riuL fhi- UfMt bTbt, hKlla, htllU. Imrks itiitj vtitflMhlfFi tr (iturrly "l TV.f VsTl kKmii in masllcMl out'- in iiua iHiumry. 1hniuh ttir nwtif iIhm liHnnl'vs rfiimlt ihio fauitou dtntttr known the i ion or over .VW tlnTt-mit rtiiiitTPK wtilch h WUlHfflrtlUtly UMV 111 lllfflTfUt ileiiHH, lit (ctutrKntifd to cur Mia,n h, n-tihum, lunr, tliruHl, rheuuiittinui, titrviuMiifHa, moimu U. liver kiUiifvu. nc. ; limt huutlmU of irHiiiimn- IttlH. 1 llHJKtVI tllOtlfrHlf. ( Mil lit him. I'm 1mm tut ot the ctiy write lor bUukt mitl rln-ulitra. S 't:i 4 ent mi ikiiis. cu.NHl L- THE C. GEE WO ChlHESE MEDICINE C3. U2 Third St.. Portland, Urcgo SS'Mrntluu paper. PrKt.ui Land in Tcxtt. JtldiMlltf fmtn a nwitnt pIwr nf a sale of oil land at l'enumotit, Texas, ; ril estate in that lively and progres sive commonwealth is ri iig to a mar I kelahle value. The rexrts speak of a : parcel iu the section ntnusl sold at a rute ot i.-o,ocni an ace. I lie same land could have Ikvii Umght, it is asid, before tho strike of oil. for f 10 an acre. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. BISHOP SCOTT ACUEMT 1 i.illan.l. Uunon. Kuiiu.tot School for Boys. Military tnd Manual Tn!ihj rite for IIHiatratrd ('nl.rn. AkI IH'R C. M:MLL, Principal ! I I ; n V IJM)ilMg 1 iSiiiS AVcgctable rreparalionror As similating UicFoodandRcgula ting the Stoinachs aM Bowels or Promotes Digcslion.Chrerrur ness and Resl.Contains neither Optum.Morpliiiie norIuicral. JiOT KARC OTIC . JtoficOllDrSAMniPlTCKER AnaCia W- A(MM4a- Aperfecl Remedy forConstipa Ilon , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Fevensh ness and Loss or Sleep. Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK. EXACT COPY Or WRAPPER. For InfantB and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the. Signature of As At IP In Use For Over Thirty Years C1T BEST FOR THE BOWELS t ff,r " - iiriif cathartic I F . SWEETEN RrCfMdl I THE STOMACH J laflafMMa-ttfetfeMaMI I l'v tonic j xoarta WaWaararaaaaiaWaj " MOTHERS j XZZ-Z-Z t j " cure &jccCika JccjjstjatonJ ALL DRUGGISTS. taaU roo. Eat them Ilka candy. Tbey remova anjr bad taata In tha mouth, Ifav Ins the breath iwnt and pcrfumrd. It Is a pleasure to take them, and they art liked eapcclally by chlldrao. aweatea tha stomach by eteanalnt tha mouth, throat and food channel. That Die ana, thay atop ucdlsated food fruia aourlna; In (ha atomach. prevent saa form ing In the bowela. and kill disane (arms of any kind that breed and lead Is the en tire ayauen. are purely rentable and contain bo rnar curlal or other mineral polaon. They con sist of the lateat diacovarlea In medicine, and form a combination of remrdlca un equaled ta make tha blood pur and rich and make clean akin aad beautiful com plaaluo. tona tha stomach and bowela and stir up tha laxy llrar. They do cot merely aoftea Vat atoola and cauae their dlacnarife, but (trencthen the bowela and put thfm Into lively, healthy condition, making their ac tion natural. Barer srip nor rrlp. They act quietly, pos itively and never cauae any kind of uncom fortable feeling. Taken regularly they niaka tha liver act regularly and naturally aa It should. Thay keep the sewerage of the body properly moving and keep the eyatem clean, lncreaaa tha flow of milk In nursing moth era. If the mother eata a tablet, It makes her milk mildly purgative, and hae a mild but certain effect on the baby. In thla way they are the only safe laxative for tha nursing Infant. taken patiently, persistently, will euro any form of continuation, no matter how old or how often other remedies have fafled. They are abeolutely guaranteed to cur any caaa, or purchaa money will be cheerfully re funded. COFt 10c, 26c. COc a box. Samples sent fraa for the asking. We publish no teatlmsniala but aell Caacareta on their merit under ab solute guarantee to cure. Buy and try a box to-day, or write ua for free samples and booklet. Manas sraauaa assist 0., cstues r Iiw laas. ' tefnft l7FVVAf?ri wffl b paid to r reader of thfa paper who will w. PIVV7 IVLTTAltLf port to us any attempt of substitution, or sals of " something just as good" when Caacareta are called far, and furnish evidence gpoa wbica wa caa conrict. All correapondeocs confidential. ( -w ) O . Pnlnmhia llnivoroitv f I UWIUHIUIU Willi lylulll 4 ;; Boarding School for Young Man H JJ' Finest situation on Parlfle roanl. K- i eellent Farulty. larvest indoor culleir athletic nel.l In the wxrl I. Over half 4 ,i an aim uuder an arc-hod root. 2 2) Catalogues Free. g Address 3 I REVi M. A. QUINLAN, c; S. C. 3 J University I'nrk, Oregon 2 m i'K'' as''juT a''.ee" J' ieve'. e..J J Mitchell Wagon. aas.La '. ivVT OS-. V,,. h .V I, I m . Dost on Earth flerans It Is matlK of Hie ht nmleMal rMslhla to ly. 'I'lif iitaiiiilai-oiii.rs al.uluitiv Ntv U loUiwrrrnl aiv ih innrkvi .rl. l cl aratlfs of wtwnu iiiiiImt f.r lht iimilfife of rul- I111K over and kl ilnir kit lli 4.riiii of Hi aiiin sliM k, I1I1I1 Isi arrliHl nr I to t ypars l a.ro limklnii wlih h inran. an IiivvkiiimuI la ""' "'"t of ni'ilrly oiid uillllnn dullnr M I'l C'll Kl.l. Wagons am nnmirinifMfHl flw QiikIh., iniportlon, lllilsli, atlwiulli and UaUl ru tilling. C hy take rlianeea on any otlmrf W hy nut il llm la-ntf A Ml IVIIKI.U Mltohmll, lva Mlmwrne Oa. ruriiaud. braitls, Muaaua aiulsa agauu Kyrbra, ure Alcohol. opium. f Tobacco , Using A-yn eviiitama q2S3 ayanu. PORTISNO ORKCuM Takaear na Third auasv tiiiUlr A I. blna. Fnonf, I'luk laM Orku... Austin Well Machines GET WATKK Oil OIL ANYWIIKKK. DC ALL & CO.. (Jen, Agfa. 208 r a. a a. ,fi 1 rum ai. I'UI SIUIIU, T Wl.'i Timber Land for Sale. Ixjls nine and ten, North !j rWniihraat i 8e tlon II, Towiisblp I.', Hauge I, hast WllUiuett Meridian, lH'i avres, slluaced on the Cow 11 la river and said to contain one million fret est cedar and two million foot of tlr, all market able timber, rldce .','iUU cash. Address J. T. BCO'JT, Coeur d'Aleue, Idatva. UVK AOIiMS WANIliO Who can aell Ki.ed (iraders. Hock t 'rushers, Kollere, I'lowa and rU rairs to county ulU vials. Oood Kay. HKAI.I. it Co., Inc., Front hi., I'oriland, Ora. THE NEW PENSION L1WS Apply 10 Nimn ln aniHii, Anoaaar, WaauiHuioM, D C. SENT FREE CirAViV'':j?y' LKV-' r,J171 .'V.i ' WV'4MitJL l?lWJai-l L -7'nwt.yi s 'iSlu-.tf.'tt: W. C DOUCLA $3&)39 SHOES a ... v.iwyrat soss are re $ta4uro of fecaynra. W. L. Ilusslas aiade aad so 1 4 asore asoa's UaoaV year VToll ll.ad Sewed frerenai shoes la the Bral sis 1 ssenths af I HOD thaa ear elkrr asaof lartr. till nnfl "KWkl wlllbal4tuaaiaaawas I U.UUU ran .rafe this slaleairat. W.L. DOUCLA8 84 SHOES CANNOT BE EXCILtFO. IIVX 11,10.1,11 IX SSL. J2.M0.60I aeef ani Umiriatn Uathnt. Htyl't Pafnt Oalf. Cnam$l, Bat Calf, Calf, VM Hid.-Curon Colt, Hat. Kangaroo. Fait Color Kyelrta uaeit, CailtloO ! Tb snuln hare W. , BOUOI.AS' . , namo and iirUa et.am.ix3 on bottoa, Mhot In mail, ItSc. extra. lll,u. ( alalug . W. L. OOUCJLAS, BttOCKTON, MAkVak m. r. v. v. as-iaoa. IWH1Elf writ'" to adrarUaars pUaa 1 T I BaantloB tills papar. I