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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALHW, OIHBGOJf FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1007.
Lowing GIRLS Nrtu PINK PILLS CLEOPATRA. Tho Story of Her Dcnth From Bite of nn Asp. the - ,.v.. for Their Proper rhcTonic - - B IcveloiT" "imrinv Llfo Head This Stntcmcnt of nn iown Woman. ntinntnln nf -kM u a form oi -- There is a .. .A .. nniint heedlessness, tn gr0VlnB rl VI omnent. It ro- anBen"B " , mnr nttontlon as Ulrcs care - - ' n : There Is also Lr of consumption, especially if X hacking cough is noticed., Th, , ' in the blood and Dr. Wll fn'i Pills are particularly Sndaptedtocureit. mhav,yet ft hear of a case m ' - Sool-maklng pllli have been tried without success. yisi Esther U. uurmu, ui ..- :M,in street, Davenport, jowu, i. Vben I was n Bcnoui bu .-...- inflicted with anaemia ami giw leak I could scarcely walk. There .i,. fnn otnrrh nnd I ate a 'rtiacrowub . " - . ' ... nni of it. I was palo ana fhln had not ambition and was sub- led to hyscrlcai attach, my wi Us so short that I would have to sit down nnd resi on . ,.... school steps. I woum inn ua.uol j...ini n roc taiion in aim." ". '" efforts to keep awake and at last had to glvo up going to bciiooi. cnniPilmes it seemed that my heart would Jump out of my body. Almost everything I ato hurt my .nrnnrii nnd I had a bladdor troublo that caused mo to bloat and puff up. had two doctors during tho two w i.nforo I bocan using Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills nnd at last they told my mother thnt they could do noth ing for me. niir ilmcclat recommended Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and when I had taken them about three weoks I no ticed a chnngo for tho bettor. Alto gether I used them for about a year and they gave mo now llfo nnd health when ovory other moans had failed. I havo recommended tho pills to many others nnd nm always glad to do so." A valuablo booklot, "Diseases of the Blood," containing fullor Infor mation will bo sent frco upon re quest. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aro sold ty all druggists, or sont, postpnld, on receipt of pried, GO conts por box, six boxes for $2.00, by tho Dr. Wil liams Medicine Company, Schenec tady, N. Y. SHORT TALKS BY L. T. COOPER. IMPURE BLOOD. It Is admitted that Cleonntra kill ed herself to avoid being exhibited nt Rome in the triumph of Octavlus, who had made war upon her and An tony because tho latter had divorced his (Octavlus') sister on tho queen's account. But did she die from a snake's bite? It Is better to think not. "If her death had been caused by any serpent, "tho Btnall viper would rather have been chosen than tho largo asp, but tho story is disproved by her having decked herself in the royal ornaments and being found dead without any marks or suspicion of poison on her body." Death from a serpent's bite could not have been mistaken, and hor vanity would not havo allowed her to choose one which would havo dis figured her In so frightful d mannor. Other poisons were well under stood and easy of access, and no boy would havo ventured to carry an asp In n basket of figs, some of which ho oven offered to tho guards as ho pass ed, and oven Plutarch bIiowb that tho story of the asp was doubtful. Nor Is tho statue carried In Augus tus' triumph, which had an asp upon It, any proof of his bollof In It, slnco tho snako was tho emblem of Egyp- Mnn rnvnltv. TllO StntllO (or tllO crown) of Cleopatra could not hav been without one, nnd this was prob ably the origin of tho wholo story. Where 15 Luiiruiircs Arc Spokrii. Winnipeg Is where thoy do thing. This Is rcnlly tho place whoro tho frontier was abolished by tho roil estate regicides. A kingdom Is sold dnlly In Winnipeg, an army is march ed In by rnll to occpy It over night. Tho yards of tho Canadian Pacific railway alone In Winnipeg havo over 120 miles of trackage, and thoy need It. Tho Immigrants come by bat tallon Englishmen In caps, Scotch men In bonnets, Breton French in bluo coats, Germans, Srtodea, Norwe elnns. Austrlons, Mennonltes, Gall- clans all mannor of furtlvo folk and wild. There aro flftoon known languages In tho Winnipeg schools, and a lot too Into to classify. When you boo a Btrangor you cannot toll whether or not ho Is within tho rnngo of human Bpcoch. You blttorly reflect only thnt ho 1b ono of thoso who hnva wiped out tho old frontier, lost It forovor to those who love tho wlldor ness. Outing Magazine. a urrut son ov uss. barn. Tf .. n..1,1 , tntiln ihn stomachs Ot most people who suffer from impure blood you wuuiu wonder that they aro not suffering worse. The undigested portion of food eaten days ago is still lying there, fer menting, de caying pad clogging the t tAltlflAII . From this disgusting mass the blood must derive nourishmeat to carry to every or gan of the body. Think of it. Is it any wonder their complexion is bad, their breath offensive, their bowels inactivo and their health impaired in every way? Is it any wonder that they can get no relief from blood purifiers, purgatives when as fast as tho blood is cleansed it is ainted again? Try a rational treatment. Take something to help the stomach rid itself of this stagnant mass and to keep it from ac cumulating. Then see if you don't im prove. One bottle of Cooper's New Dis covery will prove my words to you. I have seen hundreds of just such cases and here's one of them: "About a year ago my little son, who is nearly four years of age, suffered an at tack of scarlet fever. Soon after he con tracted what we thought was some form of eczema. Sores and blotches broke out on him and he became weak nnd peevish." 4'Wm rtitrt rtfivtrinn anil mfflloinm hilt nothing seemed to help him until several weeks ago we started to givo him Coop er's New Discovery and noticed an lm provement almost immediately. After a few doses wo noticed his appetite was better and gradually bis little face assumed a brighter appcaruncc. His skin is now cleared up and I want to thank you sin cerely for what the medicine has donofor him." Mrs. Herman Hahn, 823 Johnson St.. Nashville, Tenu. Ask us about Mr. Cooper's famous medicines. Wc aro tho agents. J. C. PERRY s . iff f;WW?y 1 "" , .'..l' .'-1 Portland General Electric Co. A ltonmrkuhlo Church. A small wntorlng place In Austria namod Elchwnld can boast of pos- sssslng a most remnrkablo church. His UiiHlness. A passing stranger was attracted hv frlchtful screams coming from n little hotiBo not fnr from tho road. Hurriedly tying tho horse, ho ran to tho Iioubo and found that a Httlo boy had swallowed a quartor, and his mothor, not knowing what to do, had become frantic. Tho stranger caught tho Httlo follow by his heels and, holding him up, gnvo a few sakos, It was first built by nn Italian nrchl- whereupon tho quarter soon droppod tcct at Venlco at tho expense of t0 tno fl00r. Prince Carlos Clary-Aldrlngon, n great admirer of Itnllnn architecture. Whon It was finished, tho church waB taken to pieces again and packed In thousands of numbered cases for transportation to Elchwnld. At thin Place in Austria it was eventually re built and then rondo over to tho In habitants as a frbo gift from tho prince. o 1 Live, laugh and love. There'll come a time when you can't, n A Wonderful Happening. Port Byron, N. Y has witnessed one of tho most remarkable cases of healing over recorded. Amos P. King, of that place says: "Buok len's Arnica Salvo curod a sore on ay leg with which I sad autfored over 80 years. I am now elshty flve." Guaranteed to cur all sores, by J. C. Perry. drueelsL 25e. "Well, mister," snld tho grateful mothor, "you cort'n'y knowed how to got It out. Air you a doctor?" "No. madam," replied tho strangor "I'm a collector of internal revenue." Philadelphia Ledger. , a Abmluua Lincoln was a man wno, agamm. u vuu, attained the hlgheat honor a man ran srot In the United States. Bal lard's) Horehound Syrup has attained a place, nevr equalled by any othor like remedy. It Is a sure cure for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, rntuon sa and all Pulmonary dlsoaseJ. Every mother should keep suppllod with thla wonderful ceujh medicine. Sold by D. J. Fry. e i . -. !. a rV anil Every nino you Bt wu , break loose, there Is a circus and you are Its clown. Horsi-pomr of Lightning. It soeniB nbsurb to tulk about de termining tho horsepower of a bolt of lightning, nnd yet that was what was done recently with reasonable accuracy. During a storm at a cer tain place In Germany the lightning struck a wooden column In a dwol- llng. In tho top of tho column woro two wlro nails, each B-32 of an Inch In diameter, which tho olectrio fluid molted Instantly. To molt Iron In that short time would bo Impossible In tho largest furnnco In oxlBtonce. It mlKht bo done with tho aid of olectrlclty, but a current of 200 am peres and a potential of 20,000 volts would bo necessary..' This electric force for ono second represents G 000 horsopowor, but as tho lightning accomplished tho molting in loss tlmo, say In ono-tonth of a second, tho bolt must havo boon of about 50,000 horsepower. Chicago Nows. . o. IHlln mill IMIeH. A nrr.ll do rmian nf Piles IS thO USO of cathartics and pills of a drnstlc- vlolent nnturo, always iouoweu oy u roactlon on account of tho resinous, drying properties thoy contain. Thoro aro other onuses, but no matter what tho causo or what the .!. .f Tiiiaa rti T.nnnhnrdt'B Iletn- Rold can be rollod upon to euro to stay cured. It's an lutornal romody that re moves tho causes of Itching, Blind, Blooding or Suppurating Piles. A guarantee goes with each pack- aB$1.00 at druggists, or Dr. Leon hardt Co., Niagara Falls, N. Y., Pro prietors. Sold by Dr. Stone, Salem. o To gas stove patrons of this company we will give for the next five days or until the limited stock is ex hausted, free of charge, a Crane toast er to demonstrate the advantages of toast ing by gas. ,: i ' i Cor. State and Commercial St. ' j &.. 4 . k .:. Zmmmmmmammmmmammammmmmmm PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT cnnnot help thinking or mm ub a t .vmiTQ powder-mill llablo at any tlmo to ox- JP ltU.llli iYlH4'H...J .- plodo and do vast unmngo, uuu wj moBt onrnostly wish (as wo sugKCBtod bo mo monthB slnco) that ho might havo in his cnblnot as socrotary of penco Home strong man to whoso wlso counsols ho would roflpectfully llBton, and thnt ho may studiously avoid ovorythlng which could plungo our nntlon Into another war. Tolling of tho controversy botweon Prosldirnt Roosovolt and tho Rov. Mr. Long, tho editor of tho Mirror writes: "Ono only has to road tho books of tho two Bend Call. Notice Is hereby given that within thirty days from the date of this no tice I will redeem Bend No. 3, bones No. 2, hwued by school district No. 17, Grant County, Oregon. If not presented within the date mentioned interest on said bond shall ceaao. Dated at Canyon City, Oregon, tins 13th day of June, 1907. N. H. BOLEY, .ii.cPr! County Treasurer. -'.-"- - - - In tho Juno Dth (our birthday) lesuo of tho Washington, D. C, Club Follow nnd Mirror of Sooloty comos to our tahlo tho most aovoro attack ... ! 1..II A on the "Uioou-ioiung ihiuuh m. President RoobovoIL wo havo ovor soon. If In his boyhood ho had boon humnnoly educntcd In a Band of Mercy, probably ho would havo writ ton very differently about tho starv ing cattlo of woBtom ranches nnd tho shooting of animals simply for tho fun of wounding nnd killing thorn. Ho would not bo so anxious to nut rifles Into the hnnds of Ameri can school-boys thnt thoy might bo bettor prepared to Bhoot human Do ings, and ho would not bo engngod In his prosont controversy with tho Rov. Win. J. Long, whoso charming stories of animal llfo aro giving pleasure to thousands of readers. But If ho had been so educated very llkoly ho would never havo beon assistant socretnry of tho navy, or wo havo imnn nlnnireil into the Cuban and uro sorry to Ioho tho public school3 ot tho city of Washington, but we have BOvoral hundrods of now sub scriptions from tho stnto of Wash ington, and tho domnnds for our pa por havo bocomo bo largo thnt w printed last month eighty thousand coplos. GEO. T. ANGELL. o Four Bail KitakoH. Snakes aro much mallgnod croa turos. although thoy aro, for tho moBt part, of consldocnblo vnluo to nifi.li. hh thoy llvo almost ontlroly or only ins 10 roau ma uudkh ui mv i" - . ,i. .d men to determine upon which sldo of In-oots and tho small rodents that . ... nm inini'imia in rtrniiH. ui nil mo ll.x dm nn Una tlin VrtrlfV fir LlllB COn-l'" ' -" . ,, trovorsy. Long wont Into tho un packed wlldorness practically alono nnd unarmed, bent on tho study of animals In their native lnlrs, with the lovo of tho dumb brutes In his heart and a doslro to know thorn and Impart his studios to his fellow-men. Roosovolt, on the othor hand, wont afield armed to tho tooth with a re peating rlflo, otc. His books aro Bteoned In the blood of wanton slaughter and he rovols In tho telling ol tho wounding of beasts, tbo kin S .a tllilllnnlnn wnrc. nr llO 11QVO UCOn l,.r nf fnvtfnn nnd HlotllOr nnlmnIS President of tho United States, or our nnd ot tbo disregard of tho unwritten paper. Our Dumb Animals, havo boon jg 0f cnmp llfo In shooting down shut out from tho Washington public aolmals which strayed within camp schools, or tho Jamestown colcbra p tlon havo been planned so mucn against the wishes of many eminent Chrlstlnn peace men, both Cnthollc and Protestant. Wo havo tried hard to provent Mr. Roosovolt'B being appointed assistant confines. Fnr from being tho roro most authority on Amcrlcnn mam mals, Theodore Roosovolt hns wrltton hlmsolf down as being not even n truo sportsman. That ho cannot tol ornto criticism ono hns but to recall tho events which Jod to hlB having SALEM, OREGON A thorough business tracing school, skjlled teachers, modern methods, excellent equipment, conscientious service to pupils, both In school and afterwards. We cannot supply all of our calls for help, and the demand will be greater next year. The Capital City of Oregon la an Ideal school city. The surroundings are excellent, and the cost of living Is muck Is taaa In a larger city. If you are Inter ested la laaklag a successful start In business, let " B0W yu that bo better school advantage can be had any place, at amy price. Our aew sekeol catalogue Is ready for alllr. w T STALKY. Frlaclpal. fc ,, .,- . - - i ' If. u. .on.ln. nf (tin niivv liPMUSfl faBWO r.nn m Anr.n1lu tlfltiur. dOVOted tO 'wrote Governor Long) wo felt sure tn0 prevention of cruolty to nnlmals, If ho recolved that appointment we debarred from schools bocauso tho aim,,!,! rrnt In In n wnp with BOinObody Hnainn nhllntlthronlst 8ttW fit to TO- ,..i- .nmnniini Wa f.illed. and t...i.n i.n nmaiilnnt fnr his wanton ! tho Cuban and Philippine wars, ln'BmUgbtor of dumb boasts." ' i . i n..i ...n1(.t ir hnranv I . i ... nnnn auauion 10 mir uu.v v '" -y0 are not nwaro umi uur ii' i.o.fa r.n.t i.n.ionniln nf human lives, I . . .... ,,,..., ... . v-v v..w- ; ; iwas shut oui irom mo wuohiubi hundreds of millions of dollars, an President, as enormous Increase of our pension Hit .ffJ" ' w ' ' nnnn th'r. and the end Is not yet jniere car ,, ,,.. '- -j - ' t f tho pub. ir;: : . --. -------- of tho six hundred, or explore , " "" VM " ' ""'' ,t bottom of the Atlantic In a sub- dlt ion atthow t. Bu wi oJt o marine, or float over tho top of tho, feel profundly gr to ful t .whoever Washington monument In an air- ,4 '"" "1U" -; nf neary ship to test the military value of tmu -"- "7" 7" ftll '. kind of navigation, and there can be W WJ' i" evero"tb) ao doubt that he ha. done Biuch wheh receive our paper every aonth) goo4 work ..ace he became TgU iJJ- os Vlu 'mtUm--aa4 we ho he ay de we peraaa v,"",": ..-j w- Of all the Bunkos that Inhabit North America thoro aro really only four that are dangerous. Thoso aro tho coppor hoad, tho moccnsln, tho rattlosnake nnd a Httlo snako of southern Florida nnd floorcln known ns tho coral snnko, Ot courso thero aro a num ber of different speclos of tho rattler (about thirty), but thoy Inhabit dif ferent purts of tho country and aro nil to be known from tho fact that thoy "rattle" whon nppronchod. All tho rest of our snakes aro absolutely harmless, and tholr bite Is to bo loss fonrod than that of a mosquito, Scrap Book. . -o A Dllllcult Feat. Havo you over trlod to stand up right on a log porliaps a foot acro3. tho butt out In an opon lako, keop- Ing your bnlnnco to every roll nni dip of tho log? Well, If you had you would ronllzo bottor tho marvelous bnlnnco of tho man who not only has to do this, but also manouvor othor logs down tho current with a long nlko nolo, chain booms togothor with numbed flngors, and, In fact, do the wholo of his day's work while bai- nnnlntr on ft twilling, twisting, hall submorgod treo trunk, Wldo World Magazine o Books aro lighthouses erected on tho groat sea of tlmo. A Memorable Day. One of the daya we remember with nlaaaure. as well as with prott to oar health oa which we becaaw ae- o.aulBted with Dr. King's New UW dim. tfa MlaltM purlters that eure fceadaeae aad billions, aal ks the ) right. Zic at J.u. rerry'e arac tr. ff. the 4 erf We tern, lut we went Mr p. . - i.iSSjiC wi- MapMMH -' - ' ' i iiiiMiawmimMMBMSMiSMBasSM. ISWSJSJBJSJSJBBBJBJBJSJSJSJBHSJBJS vrw v