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organ of lie body, for the proper performance of its functions. It prevents biliousness, dyspep sia, constipation, kidney coit plaint, rheumatism, catarrh, nervousness, weakness, k faintnees, pimples, blotches, and all cutaneous eup tions. It perfects all the vital processes. Vf. P. Keeton. Woodstock. Ala., took Hood' araaparilla to make hi blood pure. He writes that tie had not felt welt but tired forborne time. Before he bad finished the r.ri bottle of this medicine he felt bet ter and when he had taken the second was like another niati free troru that tired feej lug and able to do his work. UocsTs Sarsaparltia Promises to cure and keeps the promise. Accept no substitute, but get Hood's today. Iron Visiting Cards. Iron visiting raids an popular in Germany. Tbe name ia ptinte-i in silver, and 40 of the iheata only meas ure oue-tenth of an inch in thickness. TM sigsator is oa wry box ot the ceaalae Laxative BromoQiiinine ua the maedj that core cM la J Concession to Superjtitioe. On tbo big steamer Oceanic there is no seat at tbe table niarkea No. IS, nor any cabin beariutj that number. This is a concession to superstition. ' AFTER Alt ATTACK OF IA ORirrC It jrou bsto had la frippe, a tew doses ot Garfield Tea a ill be ueniflclsJ, as It will 1 ansa the system of all Impur.tiea. The Pn-Amcricaa Moral Display. The great floral display at tbe Pan American Exposition will include 500 beds of popular flowers. Itin of Ohio, rrrr or tolido, i LCCAS CoVSTY. run J. Cbksst stakes oath that he Is the senior parter of the firm of F. J. Chekit A Co.. doing business in the Cilr ot Toledo, Count and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pair the sum ol ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrb that rumen be cored by the use of Hall's Catakrh Cm. FRANK J. ( HENET Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this fin day of December, A. D. load. "Tl A.W.GUSA80S, notary Public Hall's Catarrh Core Is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Q. Sold by druggists, 7oc, Hsil's Family Pills are the beat Tower 391 Feet High at Buffalo. An electric tower 391 feet high will be tbe centerpiece of the Pan-American Exposition. TOD KNOW WHAT TOO ARK TAKING When yon take Grove's Tasteless Chili Tonio because tbe formula is plainh printed on every bottle showing that it is simply Iron and Quinine in a taste less form. Ho Cure, 2"o Fay. 60c. Mexico's Exhibit at Buffalo. Tbe Mexican government exhibit at the Pan-American Exposition will oc enpy 16,000 square feet of space. FITCH PsrmanenUi Cured. Ko fits or xnmm B 1 1 9 after Orvr duT1 n.eof tr. Kliee'a Greftt Sent Btehivr. Keod for FKEK$-..0trUI bottle and treat ise. IIS.B.U hJ.ie.UU-.u AnhSt.,rUiUa.li.bia.Pa Fountain Display at Buffalo. For the fountain display at tbe Pan American Exposition 35,000 gallons of water per minute will be required. Chronic Constipation Cored. The most important discoiery of recent years Is me positive remecy tor constipation. Cescarets Candv Cathartic. Care Guaranteed. iJrofgisis, 10c, 25c, ooc Sample Room in Constantinople. Consul Schnman, of Maintz, that a German sample room has opened at Constantinople. notes been Uncle Sam Aims to buy the best of every thing which is why be uses Carter's Ink. lie snows what's good. The Midway of the Buffalo Exposition. Tbe midway of the Pan-American exposition at Buffalo costs $3,000,001) 'ORES, AND HFLGER8. Sores and Ulcers never become chronic unless the blood is in poor condition is sluggish, weak and unable to throw off the poisons that accumulate in it. The system must be relieved of the unhealthy matter through the sore, and great danger to life would follow should it heal before the blood has been made pure and healthy and all impurities eliminated from the sys tem. S.S.S. begins the cure by first cleans ing and invigorating the blood, building up the general health and removing from .n A OONSTAMT DRAM Jftt(mZ: UPON THE SYSTEM. When this baa been accomplished the dis charge gradually ceases, and the sore ot nicer heals. It is the tendency of these old indolent sores to grow worse and worse, and eventually to destroy tbe bones. Local applications, while soothing and to some extent alleviate pain, cannot reach the seat of the trouble. S. S. S. does, and no matter bow apparently hopeless your condition, even though your constitution has broken down, it will bring relief when nothing else can. It supplies the rich, pure blood necessary to heal the sore and nourish the debilitated, diseased body. Mr. 1. B. Talbert, lock Box sWtnons. Miss, says: mm ;cn ago my Kg irom me sue tbe foot was one solid sore. Several physic. treated me and I made two trips to Hot Springs, but found no relief. I was induced to try 8.8. 8.. aud it made a complete cure, I have been a per fectly well man ever since." ... f S is the only purely veg- I V I V V e table blood purifier X X yV known contains no 0 k, KJJ poisonous minerals to KJ s ruin the digestion and add to, rather than relieve your suffer ings. If your flesh does not heal readily when scratched, bruised or cut, your blood is in bad condition, and any ordinary sore is apt to become chronic. Send for our free book and write our physicians about your case. We make no thartre for this service. VIA SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA, A. c kl-Qgel j tunU hHtrtt ALL ELSE FAILS. Bast ( ouRb byrup. Tastes Good. TJss I I m I'm. Hold by dniwlnta. HIGH EXPLOSIVES Da Mot Hart Armor When Ta Baret on tan Snrfneo. Experiments undertaken by the Uni ted States Government expressly to test the theory that If a sufficiently large amount of high explosive can oe detonated against or In cloee proximity to a battleship, the battleship will be, to use the pet term of promoters, anni hilated, have proved that It ts abso lutely false. On one occasion, a Harveylxed steel plate, representing the side armor of the United States bank-ship Kearsarge. was tested by the detonation of 30. pounds of guncot;oii, wlilvh was sus pended for the purpose Immediately In frout of tbe plate, liistiatt of being blown Into theoretical "thousands of fragments," the plate was undisturbed, and a slight and harmless scoring on the face of the plate was the only evi dence, so far as the armor was con cerued, of i he ex plosion. Of four chick ens placed either Immediately behind the plate, or wtthln from twenty-five to fifty feet of the guncotton, two sur vived without the slightest sign of be ing Injured; one was killed by a flying fragment ef a shell (a result which does not affect the argument), and only one appeared to have died from shock. Prof. Alger, the greatest expert In this country, or probably In any country, on this very question, says: "This ex periment would eem completely to dis pose of the theory that a high-explosive shell of very large capacity will blow In the aide of an armored vessel If it exploded against It;" and he further says that "the velocity of the shell would add materially nothing to the effect of a detonation, the rush of whose gases Is determined by a pres sure of hundreds of tons per square Inch." It la the opinion of Prof. Alger and every ordnance expert the world over that for a high explosive to be effective It must be carried by the shell through the armor, and burst within the hull of the ship Itself. This conclusion was strikingly borne ont by the experiments on the Belleisle. made early In the present year. The high-explosive shells were burst npon contact with the ar mor, and left no further trace than a harmless star splash on the outside of the ship. Scientific American. CHLOROFORM. Was First Used on a Dentist's A p pre ti tle ia Kdinbnrg-n. An apprentice to the Edinburgh sur geon-dentist, Mr. Imlach, named T. D. Morrison, was the first patient In En gland to take chloroform. It was on the 10th of November, 1S47, it 1 p. m, in the house, 55 Queen street. Edin burgh, that Prof. Simpson administered the chloroform to this young man. Six weeks before that Mr. Morrison bad taken ether in order to have a tooth ex tracted, and when he desired to have another tooth pulled be was told of tbe discovery of a new anaesthetic by Prof. Simpson, and asked if he would submit to the test. Mr. Morrison, after reflect ing for a few minutes on the blessings this discovery might bring to suffering humanity, decided to run the risk. This was about 10 tn the morning, and tbe operation was fixed to take place at 1 o'clock in the afternoon In the presence of a number of scientific men. Mr. Morrison wrote a letter to Prof. Simp son freeing him from any responsibil ty if there should be any accident or in the event of death. The anaesthetic proved efficacious in about one minute, and Mr. Morrison soon recovered, and he is still proud of the fact that he was Simpson's first patient under chloro form. During the fifty odd years since then Mr. Morrison as a dentist has ad ministered chloroform to more than 20,000 cases without a single accident. Benefit of Pure Air. House air, with Its many Impurities, overheated condition and general life lessnese Is one of the principal predis posing causes to colds and catarrhal affections. Elderly people and others who may be temporarily house-bound and prevented froiq enjoying a regular daily stroll outdoors can devise a fair substitute as follows. Bundle up as if for the usual constitutional, select large sunny room, preferably at the top of the house, open wide the windows, shut off the beat and move around briskly, going to tbe window and in haling the fresh air deeply through the nostrils. Deep inhalations of air at the open window, taken gently through the nose, Impart an enlivening and tonic influence to tbe whole nervous system, which can soon be demonstrated by personal experiment A Novel Form of Gamins:. One of the amusements of tbe Bel gian artisan is rather curious. He keeps a special cock for crowing, and the bird which can outcrow Its fellows has reached the highest pinnacle of per fection. The mode of operation Is to place the cages containing tbe roosters In long rows, for It appears that one bird seta the other off crowing. marker appointed by the organizers of the show is told off for each bird, bis duty being to note carefully the num ber of crows for which it is responsible in the same fashion as tbe laps are re corded In a bicycle race. The custom ary duration of the match is one bonr, the winner being the bird which scores the highest number of crows In the al lotted time. Russian Barbarity Nerves Japan. We Jauanese should derive a lesson from tbe stories of Russian barbarity. We sincerely hope that n such unto ward event will come to pass, but we must always be prepared for a conflict with Russia. None can positively say that a Russian war Is a nightmare of the weak. Who knows? It may occur at any time. If It really occurs we Japanese one and all must prepare our selves to conquer or die. It Is far Det ter for us to perish as a nation by our own bands than to be tortured and then slaughtered In a wholesale manner by our savage enemy. Toklo Yorodzu Cleoho. - ' Mineral Wealth tn Great Britain. Wales Is the richest part of- Great Britain in mineral wealth. England produces annually about 2 to each acre, Scotland a little less than f 2, but the product of Wales amounts to over 4 per acre. How a woman He about the man she Is going to marry I TRADE IS SATISFACTORY. Pacific Coast and the South Show t But Slight Diminution ol Exports. Brafatreet'e says: Despite some tr. regularities iu reports from different sections and industries, trane as a satisfactory volume for whole is ot this time of year. Relatively the best reports come from the Pacitio coast, the South aud the Southwest, where the spring demand is opeuing well. Unreasonable weather in some ec tions, uotaldy the Kast, has been a bar to activity iu retail trade. Stvclal ac tivity has been noted in some brauohes of the iron trade and seutimeut has been, on the whole, helped by a clearer view ot the possibilities routained in the recent "war talk." The quieting down of business abroad naturally poiuts to some diminution ot our ex port trade, in the cruder forms ot iron and eteel, copper and luuilmr, but for finished products ot these and other staples, the outlook is declared to he stilt satisfactory. A teature in the export line this week was the shipment ot 3,000 tons of steel billets to Glas gow from ttir'iiiuv'ham, Ala., the largest shipmeut of this material ever sent abroad from the South. 1 levy a qnantitiea ot railway material to re place that destroyed in China mav be placed in this country. Among the metals copper is weak and fractional ly lower, in sympathy with a break in prices abroad, but tin is higher, on news ot excited markets and higher prices in Loudon. Wheat, including floor, shipments for the week ajturejrate 4,838,6T8 bush els, against 3,3St5,054 last week. Business failures in the United States for the week number 231, against 200 last week. Canadian failures number S4, a de crease of 16 from last week PACIFIC COAST TRADE. Seattle Market Onions, new Yellow, So, Lettuce, hot. house, f 1.60 pe case. Potatoes, new. 1 18. Beets, per sack, 1 1.25. Turnips, per sack, 75c Squash 2o. Carrots, per sack, 75c Parsnips, per sack, fl.0091.SS. Celery 50o do. Cabbage, native and California, So per pounds. Batter Creamery, 80c; dairy, 16 Q 18c: ranch. 16c)18o pound. Cheese 14 c. F.ggs Ranch, 28c; Eastern 23c. Poultry 14c; dressed, native chick ns, 15c; turkey, 16c. Hay Puget Sound timothy, f 15.00; choice Eastern Washington timothy, $19.00. Corn Whole, $24.00; cracked, $25; feed meal, $24. Barley Rolled or ground, per ton. $20. Flour Patent, per barrel, $3.40; blended etraights, $3.25; California, $3.25; buckwheat flour, $6.00; era ham, per barrel, $3.25; whole wheat flour, $3.25; rye flour, $3.80(34.00, Millstuffs Bran, per ton, $15.00; shorts, per ton, $16.00. Feed Chopped feed, $19.00 per ton; middlings, per ton, $23; oil cake meal. per ton, $29.00. Fresh Meats Choice dressed beef steers, price 7jc; cows, 7c; mutton 7?; pork, 7?4c; trimmed, 9c; veal.ll 12c. Hams Large, lllic; small, 11 breakfast bacon, 13?c; dry salt sides. 8 he Portland Market Wheat Walla Walla. Valley, nomiuul; Bluestem, 68o per bushel. Flour Best grades, $3.40; graham. $2.60. Oats Choice white, 42c: choice gray, 4io per Dusnei. Barley reed barley, $15.50 brew ing, $16.50 per ton. Millstuffs Bran, $15.50 ton; mid dlings. $21; shorts, $18; chop, $16 per ton. Hay Timothy,$12 12.50; clover,$7 9.50; Oregon wild hay, $6 7 per ton, Butter rancy creamery, 60 66c store, 32gc. Egg8-r-25c per dozen. Cheese Oregon full cream, 13o Yonng America, 14c; new cheese lOo per pound. Poultry Chickens, mixed, $2.76 per dozen; nens, $t.7&; springs, $2.003.50; geese, $6.008.00 duz; ducks, $5.006.50 per dozen; turkeys, live, 1 lc per pound. Potatoes 50 60c per sack; sweets, 1g per ponna. Vegetables Beets, $1; turnips, 75c; per saca; game, vc per pounu; cab bage, ltc per pound; parsnips, 85c; onions, $1.602; carrots, 75o. Hops New crop, 1214o per pound. Wool Valley, 1314o per pound; Eastern Oregon, 10 12c; mohair, 25 per pound. Mutton Gross, best sheep, wethers and ewes, 8)sc; dressed mutton, 6K 7c per ponndl Hogs Gross, choice heavy, $5.75; light and feeders, $5.00; dressed, $5.506.50 per 100 pounds. Beef Gross, top steers, $3.504.00; cows, $3.003.50; dressed beef, 6 7c per pound. Veal Large, 7 7 c; small, ' 8 M 9c per pound. San Francisco Market Wool Spring Nevada, 11 13o per pound; Eastern Oregon, 10 14c; Val ley, 1517c; Northern, 910o. Hops Crop, 1900, 1417o. Butter Fancy creamery 20o; do seconds, 17o; fancy dairy, 17 do seconds, 14c per pound. Eggs Store, 22c; fancy ranch, 26c. Millstuffs Middlings, $17.00 20.00; bran, $14.5015.00. Hay Wheat $9 13; wheat and oat $9.0012.60; best barley $9.60 alfalfa, $7.00 10.00 per ton; straw, 85'47c per bale. Potatoes Oregon Burbanks, $1.00; Salinas Burbanks, 76o$1.05; river Burbanks, 35 60c; sweets, 60$1 Citrus Fruit Oranges, Valencia, $2. 75 3. 25; Mexican limes, $4.00 6.00; California lemons 75c$l.C0; do choice $1,75 2.00 per box. Tropical Fruits Bananas, $1.50 2.50 per bunch; pineapples, nom inal; Persian dates, 6 6 Ho pet MYSTERY OF SHOE SIZES. Kasttea and : Standards of Mens renseata Are Used. Although every one has his feet j measured for shoes, there art very few persons wha know what the stsea s marked urvon th aho stick mean. There are two shoe sticks In use in America and Europe. The stick used In the United States was originally English, and Is still used la England. The rest of Europe uses tht French stick. The sixes on the English shoe stick were derived from the length of a bar ley corn, and they run three to the nch. The first mark on the stick, or slxe 1. Is made arbitrarily, Just tour aud oue-hnlf Inches from the upright W by this distance was fixed upon does not appear to be known. For some oth er reason which can ouly be guessed at the graduated part of the stick ts sgsln divided Into two sets of numbers. These numbers begin at I and run up to 13, and then they begin again at 1 and run np to 13. The first numbers from 1 to 5 are known as infants' sixes, those from 0 to 10 as children's, from 11 to 2 as misses' si sea, from 2Vt to C4 as women's, and from 7 to 13 as men's slaes. The Freuch shoe stick Is divided Into great many more sixes than the Eng lish, and the French shoemaker sub divides theee sgaln, as Is doue with the English sticks, Into halt sixes. There ia uo exact relationship between the markings on the two sticks, but the French slxe 10 corresponds to the English Infants' 1. ami their slxe 44 a the same as the English slxe 10 for men. A woman who wears a -4 shoe by English measure would get a 34 or 5 by the French measure, and a man with a 7 foot by English measure would wear a 40 shoe In France. Over here the width of the shoe Is desig nated by a letter, while the French use fiKures. The width AAA ts the French 000. B Is the French 1 snd EE Is the French 5 width. New York Sun. Th Boy Who IJvee Next Door. The boy who lives next door lias freckles oa his face; His ears are red and hang Away out into space. And when I hear a dog kl-jl And see it flee in terror, 1 Can quickly guess the cause 'lis merely that one more Toor little victim knows A boy resides next door! Ie runs serosa the lawn I've nursed with Jealous care, Vnd. in the summer time, Knocks down the flowers there! 't seems to give him pure delight To yell around with all hla might And every week or so A pebble finds its way A gains t a light of glass For which I have to pay! He has no teeth In front. His hands are cracked and brown. Twice he has nearly burned Our summer kitchen down! (Ie calls to neodLe: "Hey! Watch ontT And w hen they jump he whoops about 1 used to think it God Would take him from below Up to the sky I'd try To bravely bear the blow! The lit :p child whose love Is all lo me, one day Was stricken suddenly When I was far away The boy who lives next door forgot To yell around, but ran and brought The doctor to the bed, And when Tcarae, at last. Shrank from me with a look Of pity as I passed! The hoy who lives next door Brought in bis tops and gun. And pocketfuls of trash To please our little one; . He played beside my darling's bed. Turned cartwheels and stood on bis bead. And God was good to me Let's wait awhile before We utterly condemn "The boy who lives next door!" -S. E. Kiser, in Chicago Times-Herald. Not Ujilucky In History, Friday, which is regarded as a day of Ill-luck by the rest of the world. ouht to be considered the luckiest of nil days for the Americans. Among the historic events that occurred on Friday are the discovery of America, Oct 12, 1402, by Christopher Columbus, who had sailed on Friday, Aug. 3, 1492. He returned on Friday, and made the dis covery of South America on Friday June 12, 1494. John Cabot received bis commission from Henry VIII. on Friday. March 6, 1400, which resulted in finding North America. Mendez founded St. Augustine on Friday, Sept 7, 1505. The Mayflower landed on Frl day, Dec. 22, 1020; George Washington was bora on Friday, Feb. 22, 1732; on Friday, June 16, 1775, Bunker Hill was seized and fortified; on Friday, Oct. 17, 1777, Burgoyne surrendered at Sara toga, aud on Friday, Sept. 22, 1780, Arnold's treason was discovered. Then came the surrender of Cornwallls, also on a Friday; and last on Friday, July 7, 1770, John Adams moved In the Con tlncntal Congress that the United States "are and ought to be Inde pendent." London Express. Antiquated Law. Tbe militia laws of tbe United States were passed between 1792 and 1802, aud many of the provisions now force are a bit antiquated. For In stance, it is still tbe law of the land that each militiaman "shall be con stantly provided with a good musket or firelock, of a bore sufficient for balls of the eighteenth part of a pound, sufficient bayonet, two spare flints, box and not less than twenty-four cart ridges," "or else with a good rifle, shot pouch and powder horn." In Serious Danger. Tm willing to give a hundred dol lars to And the man that started the story that I threatened to kill my boy,' said tbe citizen with the red neck. "I'll take tbe money," said his friend. "You started It yourself." "What!" "Just what I said. I don't know whether you remember It, but one day last week you told your boy you were going to civilize him. And then he told tbe other kids." Indianapolis Press. The coat of a horse Is the glf : of na ture. Tbe coat of a donkey Is often ths work of a tailor. SomstMnj Out of Lits. It la not to be deuled that saoh one ts getting something out ot lite. The uaa who lives for mere dollars snd euts is not get lug the most out ot Ills; nor he who livs for the indulgence ot the bodily appeal, or pleasure only. No onean get the most oat ot lite ex cept by contact with his fallows. Rev. T. H. Payne. Th Fewer el tht Press cnmmoit expression, but tew realise a a its actual Hwr, tireat as ia the Influence of the pre, it cannot beclit to eo,ual th twer Ol riost'ner s pioinarii tuners utit ea. The fitters stretiKiheiis th stom ach, purines the hluod, and cures dvsp- sta, iiuiiiresuon aim eonstiaitoii. u win tone up th nerves, stimulate inactivu kid nevs, and as an apetitec. It Is unequalled. ir you want to pet well. auii;kp well, us Hosteller's Stomach Hitters. Charity. "There's a beggeratth door; shall I give him anythiug?" "Give him our bath tickets that are left over. It's too cold now, anyhow. ' The Meat l'rcrltlon for Malaria Chills and Fever is a bottle of Groves, Tasteless Chill Ton to. It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form, No Cor, No Pay. Price tOo. Traveling. Libraries In Wisconsin. There are 238 traveling libraries in Wisconsin, and the number is couitaut ly increasing. Lira or qckkx victoria. Coiuulnt Ufa nf One a Vlelurla Ileal boob, oess tariu as tanua. uts mailed free. S. ?. Stilt. r tav., I'urlUnd, Or. ldra Origin of tht River Jordan. The river Jordan has its origin in one ot the largest springs in the world. ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Cenuino Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Boar Signature of 5e Fae-Slsnll Wrapper Below. Terr asull susa as easy to take aa sagas. F0S HEADACHE. FOR DIZZINESS. FOR IIUOUSIESS. FOR TORPID LIVE!. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SKIN. ' FOR THE COMPLEXION CARTERS tfcSSts I aHnrely TfttWvCfrSi' CURE SICK HEADACHE. Ohio's School Expense. Tbe state of Ohio expends $11,000,- 000 annually on its 1,200,000 school children. Of this fund Cincinnati pays $1,000,000. Piso's Cure is the best medicine we ever ueii for all affections ot the throat ai d 'itiiigt Wm. U. Emwlkt. Vanburen, Intl., Feb. 10, l'JOO. Pointer for Liars. A man who can tell a lie the same way twice is entitled to some ciedit. TO CURE A COLD IK ONE DAT Tako Laxative Bromo Quiu'ue Tab lets. All druggists refund tho money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig nature is on each box. 35c. Copper Deposits ot Alaska. The rich copper deposits of Alaska are beuinuing to be developed, the first shipment from the White Horve belt having been dispatched to 'Fa com a already. This belt, traversing a tribu tary of the Yukon, is 25 mi Irs long and four miles wide.. Theoie is saiH to range from 25 to 75 per cent, copper and carries $6 to $10. per ton gold. PKHVENT AN ATTACK OF GRIPPE. As a safeguard against la grippe It is well to cleanse the system with Garfield Tea, tbe Wonderfal Herb Medicine. No Typhoid In West Africa. Inqniry made in Polynesian Islands, in New Guinea, and West Africa in dicate that typhoid fever does no; occur in those regions, but seouia to b i a by-product of civilization. The Kind You Ilavo Always If IVI PI LI iil ar . ture or Unas. 11. Fletchers ana lias Decn made under his personal supervision for over SO years. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good" are but Experiments, and endanger tho health of Children Experience against Experiments What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium. Morphine nor other JSarcotlo substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the In Use For Over 30 Years. tmc etMT.us easiMNV. re nuaeav eTotrr, nsw voae orrr. WOMAN'S DUTY. A. In Justice to Herself, Her Hus band and Her Children, Her Health Should Be Her First Consideration. Thousands of women tndure the tor turaa of living death aud at last suc cumb to the diseases peculiar to their sex without knowlns ot the life sud health which might be theirs It proper treatment had been ued. I low pa thetlo is the story ot thousands ot youug mothers who every year are car ried to their graves leaving little cbtl dreu to struitgle aloue iu the world without the tender cars snd wise coun sel ot a mother. Aud how deplorable when It is known that there is a reme dy so exactly suited to the needs ol suffering women that It cores the moist stubborn ol their dUee. ., immediately after the birth ol her i first child tn I HUH, Mrs, Grace Camp- j bell, ot No. 891 Logau street, Grand Rapids, Mich., uow 28 years ol Kg, was sfflicted with a computation ot diseases,- Her stoiy, as told in her! own words, follows: i The birth of my first child lft mi : in a deplorable condition. My systsm ' was broken down aud 1 suffered Iroui i general debility. 1 was ejooedlngly ! nervous and rheumatism also troubled I me. My appetite tailed and the most ! delicate and invttiug food (ailed to ! tempt nie. I was thin snd pale, and hai, .ituH, , ..hitlon. M ease had been giowing steadily worxe (or two years. I had used seveiai so called remedies but fouud uo curative qnalitlea in them. "In the summer ot 1809 1 was visit ing my urn ud mother ii Ltidingtoo. Mii'h., and there learned of the won deiful aires effected by Dr. Williams' l ink Fills (or I'ale People. 1 tried the pills aud had not llniahed oue bos be fore 1 fait much better. 1 continued taking them through ths year snd th remit was a perfect cure. 1 am no louder nervous or rheuamtio and have mors than regained my lost flesh, 1 oeitainly recommend the pills to all who need them and their results have alwavs been beneficial," MRS. GRACE CAMPBELL. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 26th dav of July, 1900. B. F. BAHF.NDSK.N, Seal. Notary Public. At ail druggists or direct from Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Sohnectady, N. Y on receipt of price, 60 ceuis per box; six boxes (or $2.50. Silken Garments in Ancient Days. Silken raiment has a standing among the oldest garments in the world, llobea o( that material were worn by men and women alike 2,500 years be fore the birth of Chirst. Stop tho Oouah mnd Work Oft (ho Gold. Laxative Uro-iio-Quinina Tablets euro a cold in one day. No cure, No Pay. Price 35 ceuts. Will bias light u Day. Mors than 200,000 eleotrlo lights will be used to illuminate the Fan American exposition. Mothers will llid Mrs. Wluslow's Sooth mg hyrttp th best remedy to use for Utetv children during th teething period. Perfume as a Preventive of Cholera. Tbe cholera repeatedly during the last century visited London and Paris, but at no time was there a death from that dicease among the operatives of the perfume laotoiies. OESTFOHTEI BOWELS If ro haven't a rtanlar. health? novsmsM of tbe bowel. sTsry day, joo're alck, or will be. Kmk your bowais op.ii, and bo well, s'oroo, la tba.bapoof ttolent pbjato or pill polaon. Is dangarou.. Tbe '.sailboat, saaloat. moat uorfact war ' Seeping Ike ec a sis ol.ar and clean Is w take Pletssnt, Palatable. PountTsateOpod. Do flood, Never Htoken. Weaken, orurlpo, lOe. 60a Write for free sample, and booklet on h.alth. Address SSoHlas S,i,i Csr. Caloata, alwal, Iw lot. SSSS KEEP YOUR BL000 CLEAN IF 1H W1ITTI tllL THI Ultl List it with ns. We are constantly in-cr-a'ing onr number of Eastern and Ala'fca bnvers. Address ALASKA YUKON PROPERTY EXCHANGE CO., Tacoma, Wash. Bought has borne tho signa Signature of Jfci CANDY OSw ' vaiaos mass wsewnjewo SEED DEALERS. JDS Send tor free CaUloiue. POSTtaSO "0 GO . til rrent It., rrtts0. PUlf UMBERSQN'S SEEDSI Annual Calalntu now ready. Mailed ' frsson riiii-st, rnll line ol supplies lot la m. ituuliry, bers or ittdsn, BUELL LAMBC RSON'S SONS, 180 Front Street. Portland, Or. .Seeds Poffye Seeds are kaewa tbe eatiKur oeof aa la asaot reliable Meeds that sea bo buoabL tost ssv a alckel ea enoap seeds sad iuoo a oiler ea lb barvoot. INI Meed Aanunl free. o. m. rissv a co betrs't, Mkk. WHOLB GARDEN r- 4 1 Wewtab to ' mm asw UMUauvvax assise Sluaa'a raoortM tielea. .... b InmM Cseuwber,... m.uenwe boo. WPa MMIa.....v.., Uiee Market lettues..,. IM k n.sih.tMala Co We will sell" "Ibis tiff's erth of teleeld seed no.oiltea free. S"Cetbef ri ear ln, liUMUewd Plant e-ds-ed tt "SmO ee rol el tale aetleo eed fee la e-stee mka.i.e aWlSo lb aad OS. petatnes at "WTSs'yoe barret aader OMaioe-K alene . (eeata. f KM 1 IM It! HI CT.,tstsss,IW. TV .' NOTHING BETTER MADE Tea can't asake a mistake tl tee lets ..Mitchell.. Mitchell, Iteoiis & Staver Co. PORTLAND. ORECON. Oiled Clotliin W DLAtnOSY LLLUW Weep yoJ! E DRY y IN THE V HARDEST STORM. Tsar. No SuasTi-ruvis. rmf cTi.oours nowino ruvi. t!t o0eis " K'S. A ) . Towta Co rotii- x. ,,Kreamola,,-A re markable liquid cream, which suflcns the skin, String tbal youthful com. tilrslon which KVKSY WOMAN DKMRKH, Harm Ires snd absolutely Invlallile. ft.oo per bottle. Send cents lor lllualrat ed booeV'neeutjr Secrets." H. 1) Wismkb St Co -Suite t)j New York BUlf, Seattle. IF YOU WANT AN ENGINE, BOILER SAW MILL Or in (act anything in the Machine line, write us for Catalogues and Prices. RUSSELL & CO., Portland, Oregon. MONEY FOR SOLDIERS' -HEIRS- Heirs of Union HoMlers who homstended less than 160 son s liefore June tl, 1874 (no metier II abandoned), should address HKNKY N, COPI", Washington, D, C. POULTRY NETTING. Bur '" the manufacturer. Price in lull rolls i feet Wide, KiO feet lone 4,1'J , iM All Kinds of Wire .nil Irnn Wnrk. PORTLAND WIRE IRON WORKS 140 Front St.. Portland. Oresron. jprcuHEfoa PILES uulnti riles pruduoa mol.tiire and eau.e ttti It form, as well aa Blind, Bleadlne or Protruding "fe emed hi Dr.Boaanko'a Pile Remedy. ipt ItchlDf snd bleeding. Absorbs tumors. ftOoa r etdruKKliU or sent b mall. Treatise free. Write PATENTS! WITHOUT FKB and d(anrlntlnn l it A sVnf f Baaa ftiifn Ia MI Ml H. HTRVKNS A ., Kdtsb. 1M4. Dlv. 4. 17-14th Street, WASHINGTON I. O, Branch offices: Chlcsuo, Clsreland and Dutroit FAT mi Kg REDUCED from is to n lbs. per month b a harm Isaa. t ram ri' u.... eared. Mrs. St. A, sisrCront, m uaw7 noouetier, n, v,, writes: "Four jeers ago 1 was HMtnMrf Ifl rw.ii n H . h. t. i .. , uu-7 vurria- w.w iv,im.u,. hj e.perienoe .i a m as Trained Nurae baa taught me ins dangers of Fatti Uegsusratlon. Hsts not gained." Patients treated br oialleoondentlall. I'orpnrtlsnlsrasddreas.wlth Uip, DP..C.'MDKB. 1314 Xsiniic Tessple,C'IiiaSe,Iit I L Hi rri u I I I J a l Mill CUTLER'S CARBQL4TEof IODINE A usrantecd Cure tor Catarrh and Consumption, n.oo. l Wit Boa 14&. f H SieiTH a BO.. Euffaio. HJ.P.op'l. WH;?auV.HaT.;.lr.t:'rtu''- pound.