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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1909)
Whether it is of the nose, throat,
stomach, bowels, or morb delicate or
gans, catarrh is always debilitating and
should have attention.
The discharge from the mucous
membrane is/because this is kept in a
state of inflammation by an impure
condition of the blood. Therefore, to
cure, take-tbs best blood purifier,
In usual UtfSid form or chocolated tablets
known as ^rsatabs. 100 doses $1.
How to Read.
Reading is not a lost art to the
name ‘degree that conversation is, but
it has in most cases an arrested devel
opment through so much reading that
makes no demand upon aesthetic sen
sibility, sj that one is apt to bring to
a fine story full of delicate shades of
thought itad feeling the same mind
which he yields to a newspaper, put
ting a , blunt interrogation as to its
meaning as conveyed in the terms of a
rational proposition, and the writer’s
charm is wholly lost upon him. While
the reader's surrender to the author
must be 'complete, his attitude should
not be passive, but that of active re
sponsiveness and partnership.—H. M.
Alden in Harper’s Magazine.
IGo Honey Factory.
“That was an error,” said Senator
Beveridge, apropos of an opponent’s
argument, at a dinner in Indianapo-
lis. “Our friend made an embarrass-
ing error. He reminds me of John
Winslow. John spent his honeymoon
at Niagara. He lef-t the bridal apart«
ment late one night to bathe, and on
his return knocked, as he supposed,
on his wife’s door, calling softly:
“There was no answer. Winslow
“Still no answer. Winslow thun
dered on the door.
“ ‘Honey!’ he cried, in a voice of Mt
“Then a reply came at last.
“‘Sneak, you blooming idiot!’ a
male voice growled. ‘This is a 1 bed-
room, not a blooming beehive!’”
CUT THIS OUT.
‘ ‘For months I had great trouble with my
stomach and used all kinds of medicines.
My tongue has been actually as green as
grass, my breath having a bad. odor. Two
Weeks ago a friend recommended Cascarets
and after using them I can willingly and
cheerfully say that they have entirely
cured me. I therefore let you know that I
shall recommend them to any one suffer
ing from such troubles.”—Chas. H. Hal
pern, 114 E. 7th St., New York, N. Y.
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The Lang worths lived in a corner
house so easily accessible from the
street that they were being continu-
ally annoyed by persons ringing to ask
where other people lived. At last the
son of the house, says a writer in the
New York Times, decided to put an.
end. to the nuisance.
“I guess,” he said, complacently,
‘there won’t 'be any more folks asking
ff the Browns, the Biddles or the Han
sons live in this house. I’ve fixed
“Wfiat have you done?” queried Mrs.
“Hung out a sign.”
“And what did you print on it?”
“Just five words,” replied Harold,
proudly. “ ‘Nobody lives here4 but us.’ ”
Recipe That, Breaks a Gold in a Day
and Cures Any Curable Cough.
’“Mix half ounce of Concentrated
pine compound with- two ounces of gly
cerine and half a pint of good whiskey:
shake well' each time and use in doses
of a teaspoonful to a tablespoonfu'
every four hours.”
These’ ingredients can be obtained
from any good druggist, or he will gel
them from his wholesale house,
r The Concentrated pine is a speeia
pine product and comes only in hall
In case of pain on the lungs Hamlins ounce bottles, each enclosed in an air
AN EXCELLENT REMEDY.
Wizard Oil acts like a mustard plaster, tight case, but be sure, it is labelec
except that it is more effective and is ‘ ‘ Concentrated. ’ ’ •
Will Break Up a Cold in Twenty-four
A prominent local druggist says thai
bo much nicer and cleaner-to use.
Hours and Cure Any Cough That
he has filled this prescription hundred!
Accounting; for It»
The following mixture is often pre
. Imogene—Why is it that so many
scribed and is highly recommended for
Weddings happen on Wednesday?
Esmeralda—Well, on Sunday every O, don’t you remember poor Trilby, coughs, colds and other throat and
bronchial trouble: Mix two ounces of
body wants to sleep, you know; Mon
Glycerine, a half ounce of Virgin Oil
day is wash , day, and Tuesday is iron
How you wept o’er her trials so of Pine compound pure, and eight
ing day. Wednesday is the first day
ounces of pure Whisky. These can be
in the week when there’s really any The world has passed on and forgo t- bought in any good drug store and
time for marrying.
ten her, Ben,
easily mixed together in a large bot
And we hear of poor Trllby no more. tle. The genuine Virgin Oil of Pine
compound pure is prepared only in the
E. BURTON — Assayer and Chemist,
laboratories of the Leach Chemical Co.,
Leadville, Colorado. Specimen prices: Gold,
Silver, Lead, SI. Gold, Silver, 75c; Gold, 50c: Zinc
Cincinnati, and put up for dispensing
or Copper,-$1. Mailing envelopes and full price list
in half-ounce vials.
sent on application. Control and Umpire work so
Mostly in Gold, and Some of It Hau
Been Buried for Fifty Years.
The First National Bank of Logan,
W. Va., has received a deposit to-day
which has an interesting story behind
it, the Roanoke correspondent of the
Baltimore Sun says. The amount is
$6,020, of which $5,000 is in gold coin,
some of which is fifty years old. Twen
ty dollars is in* silver and there are
fifty $20 bills. The money had been
accumulated by Milton Mullens and
represents the savings of a lifetime.
Mullens began hoarding his savings
when a young man. This was before
the civil war. All his surplus he con
verted into gold, which he buried in
the yard. A few years ago, when gold
coin was scarce and almost out of cir
culation, Mullens began to exchange
his smaller money for $20 bills.
These were hidden in a safe place in
his barn. It was believed for many
years that he was hoarding his money
and on numerous occasions marauders
have endeavored to force him to re
veal its hiding place, but without suc-
A few days ago his wife died and
believing that he would not live long
he called his grandson, J. M. Perry,
and told him where to search for the
treasure, The young man, after dig-
gihg for some time, found the treas-
ure, and this snug little fortune went
into the bank to the credit of the now
aged and infirm mountaineer.
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Respiration in health and under
The family lived in the suburbs' of normal conditions of rest or moderate
the city, and, much to the joy of Lulu, exercise is an unconscious act, almost
a little pig was given a home in the as much so as digestion or the beat
stable cellar. A few days later the ing of the heart, but it is very easily
little one was calling at a neighbor’s,
where she showed great interest in the disturbed, even in health, and in cer-
- tain diseases its disturbance is often
The lady said, “Don’t you keep a one of the most distressing symptoms.
The short breath following violent ex
bird at home?”
“No,” said Lulu, “we keep a pig in ertion, such as running or hill-climb
ing, is familiar to every one. It is
due to the increased call for oxygena
Hard to Locate.
tion of the blood and the temporary
“How about this new student’s ideas inability of the heart to pump the
of orthography?” said one professor. blood in sufficient volume through the
“He has me puzzled,” replied the lungs.
other. “I can’t decide whether he is
When shortness of breath is brought
simply illiterate or a spelling reform about by moderate exercise or mental
er in advance of his time.”—Washing excitement, it is due to some abnormal
'condition, such as anemia, obesity, a
weak heart or indigestion. This ten
A« He Saw It.
On the advertising sign was the pic dency is relieved by attention to the
ture of an athletic feminine individual weak point, whatever it may be, and a
arrayed in a flaring and abbreviated judicious system of exercises—a sort
gown -of intense, blackness..
of modified training.
“O, papa!” exclaimed the 3-year-old
Permanent shortness of breath, or
boy; “doesn’t tljat lady look funny dyspnoea, as it is technically called, i
wearing an umbr'ella!”
is a more, serious affair, and is usu-|
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ally due to some actual disease. What
“Tell me—ah—are you a—er-—ah—a the disease is of which this dyspnoea
good, careful, excellent; cook and a—ei
Is a symptom can. often be discovered
—a very superior laundress?”
“Ah-h-h! Wot d’ye taake me fer— only by a careful and thorough medi
cal examination of all the organs of
It is often called asthma, and treat
ed at home by inhaling the fumes of
burning niter paper or by some other
Out of town people of the ordinary remedies. But asthma
can have their plate is a distinct disease, although its true
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22k gold or porcelain
breathing is generally easy and quiet.
Molar Crowns 5.00
22k Bridge Teeth 3*50 Permanent dyspnoea is anothén mat
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is vis the
•as in the stomach, will produce short
ness of breath.
Short breath in children is com
monly the result of obstruction Ija the
air passages, caused by enlarged ton
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swollen condition of the mucous mem
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Persistent shortness of breath is a
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The origin of Buddhism, which
ranks in numbers among the great re
ligions of the world, is wrapped in
much uncertainty, and the personality
of its founder is more or less obscure.
It is generally believed that Buddha
was a prince of a petty Indian nation
and that he was born about the begin
ning of the fifth century before
Christ.' He was named Siddhartha
and was also known as Sakya, his
family name. The title of Buddha,
which was given him, means “the en
lightened.” He spent many years in
study and solitary meditation and
finally evolved the philosophy which
he preached for over forty years in,
northern India. He was about eighty
when he died.— Youth’s Companion.
We publish our formulas
n We banish aloohol
We urge you to
“Can I interest you in the subject
of noiseless sewing machines?” asked Bilious attacks, sick-headaches, indiges
the man at the front door.
tion, constipation, dizzy spells — these
a| “No, sir,” said the man of the house; are some of the results of an inactive
“my daughter always sings when she’s liver. Ask your doctor if he endorses
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is small, one pill at bedtime.
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Madeby the J. C. ft™'?
Then he slammed the door in the
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“Mistah Walkah, kin yo’ tell me de
diff'unce ’tween a lady’s gown an’ de
driver of a public libr’y delivery wag-
“No, George; I give that one up.
What is the difference between a lady’s
gown and the driver of a public li-
brary delivery wagon ?”
“De one has hooks in de back, an* de
uddah has books in de hack.”
“Ladies and gentlemen, the gifted
tenor, Mr. Stannup N. Howell, will
now sing the popular sentimental bal
lad, ‘Baby, Please Don’t Scatter Crack
er Crumbs in the Bed!’”
Bishop Potter was known as quite
a wit, and often took delight in turn
ing his humor loose on his associates,
but here is an instance where the joke,
although quite unintentional, was on
the bishop. He was to preach at a
certain parish in the West in the even
ing, and the congregation was not a
little amused at the somewhat ambigu
ous announcement of their worthy pas
tor, who said:
“Remember our special service next
Sunday afternoon, The Lord will be
with us during the morning services,
and Bishop Potter in the evening.—
F. B. FINLEY
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