The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, January 21, 1915, Image 5

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SEEKING
HEALTH?
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This means taking
better care of the
Stoftiach and help-
in# the Liver and
How el s in their
daily work. If as-
sistance is needed,
try
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HOSTETTER'S“
Stomach Bitters _
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It has been proven
very beneficial in such
cases.
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A rk a n sa s T ig h tw a d s.
"W e know tw o o r litre« m on In thla
tow n w ho hav e ow ed ua a am all
am o u n t of m oney »luce th e tim e w hen
H e lm hail only one pickle, and we
h av e m ade arrutiK cm enta w ith a local
dor-tor to u d m lu la te r th e 'tw ilig h t
aleep tr e a tm e n t' ao th e y c a n p a rt w ith
th e m oney th a t belongs to ua w ith o u t
ao
lunch
m en tal ag o n y ." -S llo am
Spring» H e ra ld and Item o crat.
•O U R , ACID STOM ACHS,
G ASES OR IN DIGESTION
E ach “ P a p a ’a D lapepeln" D lgeata 3000
g ra ln a food, ending all atom ach
m laary in five m lnutea.
T im e It
In five m ln u te a till atom
aclt dlitroim will go. No Indlgeatlon,
h e a rtb u rn , aournoaa o r b elch in g of gan.
acid, o r e ru c ta tio n » of uiid lg cated food,
no dlztlncM», bloutlng, foul b re a th or
headache.
I’ape'a D U pepeln la n o ted fo r Ita
«peed In re g u la tin g u p a e t atom ach«.
It la th e an rent, quick.-at sto m ach ren t
edy In th e w hole w orld a n d b eild e« It
la hartnlcRN. I’ut an en d to sto m ach
tro u b le fo re v e r by g e ttin g a la rg e
flfty-cent ca»e of I'a p e 'a P ta p « p iln
from an y d ru g »tore. You re a liz e In
five m inute« how ueedleaa It 1« to Buf­
fe r from Indlgi-Htlon. dy«pep«la o r any
atoinai.'b dlHorder. It'a th e q u ick est,
•u re a t and m oat h a rm le a a «tom ach
d o cto r In th e w orld.
H er In d o raem en t.
“ It waa u pity to le t th e m aid o v e r­
h e a r ua q u a rre l,"
"I h av e re c tifie d th a t by d iach a rg
Ing h er."
" T h a t v i a n m istak e. S h e 1« «m art
enough to tak o th e w hole ato ry to
aom ebody In o u r *et an d g e t a good
Job on th e atrc n g tli of It.”— L oulavllle
C o u rier-Jo u rn al.
Tobacco Habit Cured
N ot only to oooro of p ip . and clear*. b a t th e
vlck-ti. cifforotto bolitt to ovrrcom o by u sing tho
"NITKITE** tre a tm e n t. I'rice rom ploto. pootazo
paid. It.au. Iw ue-D avis Itr u ,g Co.. U itv l Y am ­
hill. Purtiand, O r. tW hen w ritin g m onttoo thio
p a p o r.)
R o a o m b la n c *
O ne day th e re wait a flah fo r d in n e r
and little M argie «aid: "M am m a, do
you know w h a t a «had rem in d « m e
o fr
"N o, d e a rie ," w aa th e reply.
"W ell,” aald M argie, "It re m in d s me
of a p o reu p ln e tu rn e d o u ts id e In."—
C hicago New«,
New Ills.
"Jo n eab y had a d o c to r w ith him all
n ight."
"W aa ho v ery sic k ? "
“ Ho watt to w ard th e la s t, w hen th e
d o cto r held all th e good h a n d s."— B ir­
m ingham A ge-H erald.
M anaging a city , a e e o rd ln g to ex ­
p e rts, 1« s tr ic t busin ess, b u t It ia usual-
iy done b eat by th e s t r e e t c o rn e r
loafers.
Catarrh of Heaa
Mr. W . H . Chnney, H. F. D. 2.
R utherlln,
P ittsy lv a n ia
Co.,
Vo.,
w rites: " F o r tlie pa»t tw elve month»
X have been a sufferer from catiu rh
of the head. Since ta k in g fo u r b o t­
tle* of your P eru n a I feel a different
pereon altogether. T he severe pains
In m y head have disappeared, an d
my entire system h a » been g reatly
atrengthened. T hla Is m y first te s­
tim onial to the cu ra tiv e q u alities of
any p a te n t medicine, b u t I feel It a
d u ty to m ankind to let them know
of the g r i s t s at m edicine on e a rth —
P eru n a—In m y e stim atio n fo r the
above trouble."
Those w ho object to liquid medl-
c'n es oar. now prooure P eru n a
T ablets.
». N . U.
N o . 4, IB IS
W H E N w riting to advtrtlM n, pl««N
T tlo a thle paper.
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NEWS NOTES OF
CURRENT WEEK
Resume of World’s Important
Events Told in Brief.
It Is reported that than- la consider­
able dlaaention In the Gsrman cabinet.
Portland Catholics are planning to
aid the sufferers of the earthquake In
Italy.
A French senator advises parliamsnt
to be quiet while France ia Invaded by
an enemy.
Twenty thousand persona, including
many notables, were killed in the
earthquake in Italy.
The American branch of tha Rad
Croaa ia asking help to aid the Italian
earthquake sufferers.
Five governments are in the Chi­
cago wheat pit buying heavily, to­
gether with many foreign individuals.
Eighteen Kusaian generals have
been discharged from important posi­
tions, according to the Hamburg Frem-
demblatt.
A resolution waa offered in congress
asking the secretary of war for in­
formation aa to the strength of coast
defense guns.
(Jov. Hleaite, of South Carolina, who
resigned near the end of hia term, has
pardoned and paroled 1460 convicts,
besides disbanding the state militia.
An aged pipe smoker in San Fran­
cisco waa killed when he fell on hia
face. The long stem punctured the
roof of hia mouth and entered the
brain.
The battleship Kansas sustained
damage in the big storm off the Vir­
ginia coast, which it will require two
weeks to repair, it waa reported on the
warship's arrival in Hampton P.oada.
British aviator« early* in the week
dropped bomb« on the German posi­
tions in Antwerp, according to a Neth­
erlands newspaper dispatch.
The
damage done by the bombs has not
been ascertained.
Geneva reports that numbers of the
Austrian nobility and aristocracy and
Viennese financier« are depositing
large lunu of money in Switzerland
and are giving order« for the purchase
of quantities of American securities.
R e p re se n ta tiv e 'Sinnott, of Oregon,
in the house, severely criticised the
Democratic leaders for resorting to
le g isla tiv e trickery to kill the Oregon
apple box bill, which but for their
activities probably would have been
passed before adjournment.
Secretary Daniels wrote to s little
boy ami girl of Corvallis, Or., telling
them ho was sorry he could not grant
their request that the school children
of Oregon be permitted to make the
voyage through the Panama Canal on
the famous battleship bearing their
state's name.
Through the solicitude of mothers
and other relatives the British soldiers
seem to be getting more marmalade
and jam than they can consume; the
consequence is that many a peasant
woman behind the line« has had her
larder supplied with a quantity of
«weetmeats that will last her for years.
General Carranza has added to his
program of reform the granting of ab­
solute divorce. Any judge in Mexico—
if he cares to take the chance of Car­
ranza's reseating himself at Chapulte-
pec—may now annul a marriage con­
tract. The law became effective on
New Year’s day. Mexico has hereto­
fore never granted more than a legal
separation. The new law not only pro­
vides for divorce with the right to re­
marry. but makes the dissolution of
the union so simple that the mere
agreement of man and wife to break
their marital contract is sufficient.
The German and^French accounts of
the fighting on the Western front
agree in declaring there has been a
desperate battle near Soissona. The
iasue ia not wholly decided, but the
Germans are believed to have gained
ground northeast of the town, while
the French wholly failed to make
progress.
The French are now de­
scribed as taking up new positions on
the south bank of the Aiene. Em­
peror William in person directed the
battle on the plain of Vregny. In­
spired by hia presence, the German
troops cleared thia important elevated
position of the enemy. ,»
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The state prohibition contest has al­
ready begun in the Washington legis­
lature.
German authorities declare the re­
porta of atrocities by^German soldiers
are pure fabrications.
Eighty citizens of Terre Haute,
Ind., have pleaded guilty to corrupting
the ballot in th ejast election.
East St. Louis, III., reports that
Italian army officers are in that vicin­
ity buying cavalry horses by the thou­
sands.
C a n T all Speed of A eroplane.
f
For an a v ia to r th e re h a s been In -1
v en ted In F ra n c e a p p a ra tu s which
sh o w s th e speed a t w hich bis aero
p lan e Is trav elin g , th e velocity of Un­
w ind and the angle a t w hich he Is a t­
Portland — There is some improve­ ta c k in g It and w h eth er lie I* ru in g or
ment In the potato market thia week. falling.
NORTHWEST MARKET
REPORTS.
The shipping movement southward has
started, but no great hopes are held
out, as only a small part of the etock
is of shipping quality. A few can of
Burbanks are going to California and
for theee buyen are paying 806490c at
Eaat Side points, while ordinary atock
is bringing 764486c in Portland. The
Han Franciaeo market is in better
shape, aa the Halinaa are practically
all gone, and this will leave an open­
ing for a limited quantity of Oregona.
The American Wonder seed movement
seems to be about over.
Tbe local jobbing trade is not brisk
and the market is sufficiently supplied.
Front street prices are unchanged.
There is no shipping outlet for eggs
and with receipts enlarging the mar­
ket is slowly reaching a lower level.
Sales were made at 286429c, caae
count.
Poultry receipts were liberal and the
market was weak, hens selling at 1364
14c. Dreaaed pork was very weak,
with 8c as the top. Veal was barely
steady.
No changes were reported in the
butter or cheese markets.
White beans are steadily advancing
in price. There waa a good crop on
the Coast this season and the quality
waa fine, but the market is being
strengthened by the upward movement
of prices in the East, where large ex­
ports to Europe have caused advances.
Wheat — Bid: Bluestem, $1.42;
forty-fold, $1.42; club, $1.41; red
Russian, $1.34; red Fife, $1.37.
Millfeed—Spot prices: Bran, $28.50
6(29 ton; shorts, $30,606(31; rolled
barley, $33,606^34.60.
Corn—White, $36 ton; cracked, $37.
H ay- Eastern Oregon timothy, $16
@16.60; valley timothy, $13@13.60;
grain hay, $10,606(11; alfalfa, $136$
13.60.
Vegetables — Cucumbers, hothouse,
$1.76 6tj 2 dozen; eggplant, 8 <g) 10c
pound; peppers, 12}6(16e; artichokes,
86 c 6 l 90 dozen; tomatoes, $1.75 crate;
cabbage, 146(14c pound; beans, 124 c;
celery, $2.60 crate; cauliflower, $2.26;
sprouts, 8c pound; head lettuce, $1.85
6( 2 crate; pumpkins, 11c pound;
squash, 14 c; carrots, $1.26 sack;
beets, $1.25; parsnips, $1.25.
Green Fruits — Apples, 76c6<$1.60
box; caaabas, $1.65 crate; pears, $1@
1.60 box; cranberries, $96(11 barrel.
Egg« — Fresh Oregon ranch, case
count, 296(30c dozen; candled, 306$
31c; storage, 266(29c.
Potatoes — Oregon, $1 sack; Idaho,
$16(1.10; Yakima, 80c6($1.10; sweet
potatoes, 21c pound.
Onions—Oregon, buying price, $1.25
f. o. b. shipping points.
Poultry — Hens, large, 13 @ 14c;
mixed, 13c; broilers, 186$20c; tur­
keys, dressed, 21c; live, 18c; ducks,
12i(c£l6c; geese, U6(12c.
Butter — Creamery, prints, extras,
291c pound in case lota; Jc more in
lee« than caae lota; cubes, 26c.
Veal—Fancy, 121c pound.
Pork—Block, 9c pound.
Honey—Choice, $3.26 case.
Nuta—Walnuts, 166£24c pound.
Beans — Small white, $6.75; large
white, $6.60; Lima, $6.26; pink,
$4.60; Mexican, $6.26; bayou, $6.35.
Hops — 1914 crop, 10 @ 121c; 1913
crop, nominal.
Hides — Salted hides, 14c; salted
bulls, 10c; salted calf, 18c; salted
kip, 14c; green hides, 121c; green
bulls, 81c; green calf, 18c; green kip,
14c; dry hides, 26c; dry calf, 27c.
Wool—Valley, 17@18c pound; East­
ern Oregon, 166£20c, nominal; mo­
hair, choice, 1914 clip, 271c.
Cascara bark—Old and new, 4@41c
pound.
Cattle — Prime steers, $7,606(7.75;
choice, $7,266(7.60; medium, $6.76@
7; choice cows. $ 661 . 6 . 75 ; medium,
$6,756(6; heifers, $5 6i 6.50; bulls,
$3,606(5; stags, $4,506(6.
Hogs — Light, $6,766(6.90; heavy,
$5.80(<(6.30.
Sheep — Wethers, $66(6.50; ewes,
$66(6.60; lambs, $6,256(7.50.
Tacoma—Local commission men re­
port a splendid movement of apples
and a firmness in prices. Prospects for
a healthy business for the remainder
of the season are bright. During the
early part of the war, shipments of |
this fruit could not be made to foreign
countries and to move the commodity
it was necessary to set prices down
nearly twice os low as they were last
year.
Potatoes are getting firm.
Lost
season the spuds opened at high prices
and went down toward the latter part.
This year the tables are just reversed,
the tubers opening at low prices and
going up as the season advances.
Merchants say, however, that quota­
tions will not rise much.
Milling wheat in Tacoma made other
advances, reaching the highest point
yet known locally. Bluestem is offered
at $1.42; forty-fold, $1.41;
club,
$1.40; red Fife, $1.36; red Russian,
$1.34.
Fresh meats — Steers, 124 c pound;
cows, 12c; heifers, 12 e 6 ( 124 c; weth­
ers, 124 c; dressed hogs, 12c; trimmed
sides, 164c; combinations, 164c; lambs,
136£14 c ; Diamond T. C., 14e; year­
lings, 13c; ewes, 11c.
Poultry—Ducks, Ims, 10611 2c; hens,
dressed, 16 6$ 18c; live, 10 6£ 14c;
springs, dressed, 22c; live, 146£16c;
squabs, live, $2.60 dosen; dressed, $6;
turkeys, live, 18c; dressed, 286(30c;
geese, 20c.
Butter—Washington creamery, 286*
29c pound; Oregon, 266£27c.
Letters received in Montreal from
the West Indies declare the German
cruiser Karlsruhe was sunk in battle.
It is declared'that Servia will not
now be satisfied Vwith anything less
than complete possession of Herzego­
vina and Dalmatia.
The houae, by a vote of 204 to 174,
refused to submit to the states a con­
stitutional amendment for the enfran­
chisement of women
Seattle—Wheat — Bluestem, $1.43;
A fierce snow, wind and rain atorm
awept the Atlantic states, killing and Turkey red, $1.88; forty-fold, $1.42;
injuring several people and doing great club, $1.41; fife, $1.37; red Russian,
$1.85; barley, $30 ton.
damage to property.
Use E lectric O utfit.
A larg e railro a d th e New York te r
m in u s of w hich Is e le c trifie d h as put
In to se rv ice the flre t large e lec trically
d riv e n w recking ou tfit, c u rr e n t being
ta k e n from th e th ird rail w hich sup
p iles It to locom otives.
W eak W omen!'
Some women are weak because of ills that are commoa
In Girlhood—Womanhood
and Motherhood
The prescription which Dr. R. V. Pierce used most successfully — l a
diseases of women—which has stood the test of nearly half a century—l i
Dr. Pierce’« Favorite Prescription
T a k e thia in liquid or ta b let form a s a tonic and regulator!
T alk From a B right Friend.
“I n e v e r knew until la s t n ig h t w h at
a b rig h t fellow Me. F lddlew lt Is.”
“ H 'm ? How did you find It o u t
th e n ? "
"H e told m e.” - Judge.
Mrs Kale D Kichanlton, of Rcazlcy
:I«v. Esse» Co., V»., say*. “I
testify to the wonderful curative qu,
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■istitivs
of Dr. Pwrcs's rive
•vont.
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physicians
ns but gradually giew
Si* «rane. O n . of my trim
told rot of ‘ the good
m u lt , of your "Favorite Prescript
•to r . mid sot a bnttla.
and after taking It. with the "Pleasant Pellets.’' I cooMMncM to se t better. I twver
knew what happiness was, for I was always sick and complaining and mads others as
well as m yiril unhappy. S o you s m what a debt I owe you!"
F a th e r is In th e L ib rary .
. .
D orothea N ew rox— W here Is pap ah ?
M rs N ew rox—In th e lib ra ry , d earie
— but d o n 't w ake him up now .— Puck.
D r.Pierce ’• P leasant Pellet* regulate »tomach, lioer, bowel»
Dr. P ie rc e 's P leasan t P e lle ts re g u ­
la te and invigorate stom ach, liver and
bow els. S u g ar-co ated , tiny g ran u les,
ea sy to ta k e as candy.
W hat J a r re d H er.
"T h e published re p o rts do m e a
g r e a t in ju stic e ,” d eclared th e b e a u ti­
ful a c tre ss.
"T h e n you d id n 't sh o o t h im ?"
“Of co u rse I sh o t him . B ut th e r e ­
p o rts say I'm 35, w h ereas I'm only a
little p a s t 33.”— L ouisville C ourier-
Jo u rn a l.
10 C EN T "C A 8C A R E T S”
IF BILIOUS OR COSTIVE
F o r 8ick H eadache, S our S tom ach,
Sluggish L iver and Bowel*— T hey
w ork w hile you sleep.
F u rre d T ongue, Bad T a ste , In d ig es­
tio n , Hallow S kin and M iserable H ead ­
a c h e s com e from a torpid liv er and
clogged bow els, w hich c a u se y o u r
sto m ach to becom e filled w ith u n d i­
g ested food, w hich so u rs a n d fe rm e n ts
lik e g arb ag e In a sw ill b a rre l. T b a t'a
th e firs t ste p to untold m ise ry —in d i­
g estio n . foul g ases, bad b re a th , yellow
sk in , m ental fe ars, e v e ry th in g th a t Is
h o rrib le an d n au se a tin g
A C a sc a re t
to n ig h t will give your co n stip a te d
bow els & th orough clea n sin g and
s tra ig h te n you o u t by m orning. T hey
w ork w hile you sleep— a 10-cent box
from y o u r d ru g g ist w ill keep you feel­
in g good fo r m onths.
A H ard K nock.
L a w y er— So you w a n t to m ak e a
c a s e of It?
F a rm e r— Y es, by Jing! I offered to
s e ttle by fa ir m eans, a n ' h e w o u ld n ’t
So I decided to h ire a law y er a n ' hav e
him took Into co u rt.— L iv in g sto n Leau-
e r.
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H ave New D ipper.
A new bulb sh ap ed ladle fo r m olten
m e ta ls h a s an o p en in g in one sid e so
th a t Its c o n te n ts can be poured m ore
a c c u ra te ly an d a t th e sam e tim e leav e
th e d ro ss behind.
Ruptured
Parsons suffer more from inexperience' truss
fitting than from hernia. Why not buy your
trusses from experts? Try I-sue-D svis Drug Co.,
at Id and Y am hill Portland. Ore., who are e x ­
perts and know how.
W atch Y our Colts
F o r C o u g h s , C o ld s a n d I >1« fe rn p e r, a n d a t th e f ir s t s y m p to m s
o f a n y s u c h a ilm e n t, g iv e s m a ll d o . e s o f t h a t w o n d e r fu l
r e m e d y , n o w t h e m o s t u s e d In e x i s t e n c e
S P O M N 'S D IS T E M P E R C O M P O U N D
6A r e n t s a n d f l a b o ttle . IS a n d 110 t h e d o s e n , o f a n y d r u g ­
g i s t , h a r n e x n d e a l e r , o r d e liv e r e d by
S P O H N M E D IC A L C O .,
C h e m is ts and B a c t e r io lo g is ts , G o sh e n , Ind., U . ». A .
K eep th e A pple H anging H igh.
Dr. W o rc e s te r used a sim ile In h is
te s tim o n y before th e s e n a te P h ilip ­
p in es c o m m ittee w hich su m s up th e
tr u e p hilosophy of o u r re la tio n sh ip to
th e F ilipinos. "I b eliev e,” h e said,
" th a t th e p ra c tic a l w ay to develop th e
P h ilip p in e people is to le t th e ap p le
h a n g high and m ake th em clim b for
it. In stead of tellin g th em to hold th e ir
h a ts an d sh a k e th e tre e ."— New York
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fire.
W inona A ve.. Chicaro. III.
WHY SCRATCH? RES1NOL
WILL STOP THAT ITCH
T h e m om ent th a t rec'.nol o in tm e n t
to u ch es itch in g skin th e itch in g sto p s
an d h ea lin g begins. T h a t is w hy doc­
to rs h av e p re sc rib e d it su ccessfu lly
fo r n in e te e n y e a rs in even th e se v e r­
e s t c a se s of eczem a, te tte r , ringw orm ,
ra s h e s and o th e r to rm en tin g , d isfig u r­
ing sk in eru p tio n s. A ided by w arm
b a th s w ith resinol soap, resin o l o in t­
m e n t m ak es th e sk in o r scalp p e rfe c t­
ly h e a lth y , quickly, easily and a t little
co st. T ry it and see.
R esinol o in tm e n t c o n ta in s n o th in g
h a rs h o r in ju rio u s an d can be used on
th e te n e d re s t o r m o st ir rita te d su r­
| face. P ra c tic a lly ev ery d ru g g ist sells
resin o l o in tm e n t an d resin o l soap.—
Adv.
Kola Tablets
have m any friends who u n them as a am arri
tenie and for Kidney trouble.
s boxa, for I l i » .
P r ie . 2Sc pm- box.
For a r i. by tn u e-D avi. D r a (
Co.. 3d and Yamhill Sts.. Portland. Ora.
U n n ecessary E ffort.
H is Wife— T h is p a p er sa y s an army
of 100.000 m en h a s w recked a railroad
in Belgium .
R ailroad M agnate— W h a t a waste of
e n erg y !
A board of five directors
could have done it ju s t as thoroughly.
— Life.
P re fe re n c e of th e L e sse r E vil.
“ I ca n give you a cold b ite,” said
th e w om an.
N aval S afety.
“ W hy n o t warm it u p ? " a sk e d the
“ Son, if you m u st e a lis t.” said tb e
tramp.
w ise old m an, " e n lis t in th e n a v y .”
“There a in 't a n y wood saw ed.”
“ W hy, d ad ?"
-
“ So? W ell, give It to m e cold.”—
“A g o v ern m en t s u s ta in s tm a c tu a l
lo ss if a com pany of so ld iers is s h o t to New Y ork Sun.
p ieces, but a new b a ttle s h ip is too v al­
u ab le to ta k e c h a n c e s w ith .”— L ouis­ Y O U ! OWN DMUOGICT WILL TELL TOO
Try M arine Kye R em edy for B ed. S t a l l . W atery
ville C ourier-Journal.
E v e . an d G ra n u la ted E y elid s; N o S m artin g—
M otives of F rien d sh ip .
"A re you fa m ilia r w ith th e m otives GIVE "S Y R U P OF FIG S"
of B lin k 's new p lay ?"
TO C O N ST IPA T E D CHILD
“Y es; h e need ed th e m oney."—
B rim in g h am (A la.) A ge-H erald.
D elicious " F r u it L a x ativ e" c a n 't harm
te n d e r little sto m ach , liv er
W hy n o t h elp th e “p o o r” fa rm e r by
an d bowela.
s ta rtin g a buy a-bushel-of dollar-w heat
m o v em en t?
L ook a t th e to n g u e, m o th er!
If
c o ate d , y o u r little o n e 's sto m ach , liv er
a n d bow els need c le a n sin g a t once.
W h en peev ish , cro ss, listle ss , d o e s n 't
sleep , e a t o r a c t n a tu ra lly , o r is fev er­
ish, sto m ach sour, b re a th b ad ; has
so re th ro a t, d ia rrh o e a , full of cold,
give a teasp o o n fu l of “C alifo rn ia
S y ru p of F igs," a n d in a few h o u rs all
th e foul, co n stip a te d w aste, u n d ig e s t­
ed food and so u r bile g e n tly m oves
out of its little bow els w ith o u t g rip ­
in g . and you h a v e a w ell, play fu l child
a g ain . A sk y o u r d ru g g ist fo r a 50-
c e n t b o ttle of “C a lifo rn ia S y ru p of
F ig s." w hich c o n ta in s full d ire c tio n s
fo r b ab ies, c h ild re n of all ag e s and
fo r grow n-ups.
Rheumatism
K»___
Prescription. For
> yrsrt I stiftend greatly
‘ with wesknsas peculiar to my sex. I was 'treated by
A Hem .
“T h e R u ssian g o v ern m en t h a s ta k e n
o v e r a sew in g m ach in e fa c to ry .”
" W h a t on e a r th fo r?"
"H em in th e G erm an s, n a tu ra lly .”—
B uffalo E x p ress.
ju st. E ye Com fort. W rite for Book o f th e l y e
by m all F ee. M urine E ye R em edy Co . C hicago.
Easy.
"Y our w ife n eed s rides In the open
a ir .”
“All rig h t, doc. I'll d ro p w ord among
th e re a l e s ta te a g e n ts that 1 might
look a t p ro p erty In th e suburbs.”—
L ouisville C o u rier-Jo u rn al.
How th e T ro u b le S ta rte d .
"W h a t sta rte d th e ro w ?”
“A fak e d e n tis t sold k set of cello-
loid te e th to th e m an w ho e a ts tire
in th e vaudeville show ,"— P h ila d e lp h ia
L edger.
Helping Kidneys
By Clearing Blood
A Function Greatly Assisted
By a W ell-Known
^
Remedy.
F o r In te re st.
“ I buy m y w ife e v e ry th in g she
w a n ts. How ab o u t y ou?”
"I keep m ine w a n tin g a few th in g s,
ju s t to be s u re th a t h e r in te re s t in
m e Is m a in ta in e d ."— L o u isv ille C our­
ier-Jo u rn al.
Done P ro p erly .
"H ow is it you w ere so long over
y o u r w o rk to d a y ? "
"S u re , m a 'a m ,” re p lie d th e se rv a n t,
“you w ere w a tc h in g m e m ost of th e
tim e .”— Ju d g e.
V e s t readers w ill he In terested t e more
c le e r ly un derstand w hy a n alyst* o f u rln s 1»
so im p ortan t.
In til* use o f 8 . S. 8. to
p u rify th e blood. Its a c tio n 1» a stim u la n t
to tb e m yriad o f fine blood xesaels th a t
' m ake up th e c o n s tr u c tlv . tissu e s o f tb s
kid neys.
All the blood from s ll over tb s
body m u st pas« th rou gh tb s kidneys. T hey
s
e
t
a
s
ten
ters
an d assayerm. And according
A nxiety to C o rre c t a M istake.
to w b a t th ey a llo w to pasa ou t In th e urine,
“ L ook h e r e ! ” said a n ex cited m an both a« to q u a n tity and m aterial», th e
to a d ru g g iit. "Y ou gave m e m o r­ h ealth o f th e k id neys an d th e q u a lity o f th e
blood Is determ ined. T h e c a ta ly tic energy
p h in e fo r q u in in e th is m o rn in g ."
forced by S. 8. 8. la sh ow n In tb s urlns.
" Is th a t so ? ” rep lied th e d ru g g ist. It Is a ls o d em o n stra ted In th e skin. Ant]
I " T h e n you ow e m e 25 c e n ts .”— C hris- aa th e blood r o n tln u e s to sw eep through
th e kid n eys th e d o m in a tin g n atu re * f
| tia n R e g ister.
8 8. 8 ., a c tin g as f t does th rou gh a ll th e
« ven u es o f e lim in a tio n , sh o w s a m arked
d
e c re a s e o f d ise a se m a n ife sta tio n s aa dem­
D efined a t L ast.
o n str a te d by urine a n a ly s is .
T ills a s sis t­
" W h a t is th e m e an in g of ra g tim e ? " ance la a g r ea t r e lie f to th e kidneys. H ie
body
w
a
stea
are
m
ore
e
v
e
n
ly
d
istrib
u ted to
a sk e d th e lo v in g young thing.
e e m u n c to r le s ; th e ir elim in a tio n la s tim ­
“ I t's th e w ay m y s te n o g ra p h e r th
u la ted by th e to n ic a ctio n afforded th e
sp e lls," resp o n d e d th e tire d business liver, lun gs, sk in an d kid neys. T hus, In
ca ses o f riieu m stlsm , c y s t itis , ch roale to r e
m an.— P h ila d e lp h ia L edger.
th ro a t, husklnesa o f v o ic e , b ron ch itis, a ith -
ma an d th e m yriad o f o th er reflex trunca­
R ecovered.
tio n s o f w eak kidney a c tio n , flrst p u rify
your H ood w ith 8. 8. 8 ., ao tt w ill en ab le
H e— 1 feel lik e a fool to n ig h t.
th e tlsaura to reb uild th e c ellu la r s tr en g th
S he— So glad you've re c o v e re d .— an d regain th e n orm al health .
B o sto n T r a n s c r ip t
In th e new n ig h t school cu rricu lu m
th e new so ciety d an ces h a v e n 't been
g iven th e s lig h te s t co n sid eratio n .
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