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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JANUARY S.
Mir.KlI F SAI.K.
In th Circuit Court of th Slat of Ore'
gon, for County el Ciaesanias
Sell wood Und and Im
provement Co. ( cor
John F. Broetje. Marie
Broetje, Helen U
titration, Creed W.
titration, Carroll K.
8 ration Und U
titration, Milton H.
Ptraiton. John B.
Cleland, W A.
Cleland, K. Simmon
on anil Fred SlroiiK.
Stat or Oasuo
Comity or Claciama;
flv virion nf a inclL'niciit order, decree and
n execution, duly issued oul ol and under
ti. ni th slHive entitled Court, in Hie
above entitled cause, t' me duly directed and
dated Ibe 5ih dav of December, l'.Wi, upon
i,iiimi,L rendered and entered In sanl
Court ou the 12lh dav of November. W01.
In hvnr if lh SIIlium1 I.Mlid and Improve
ment Compaiiv, liaiiuirl, and against John
mud Marie Broeije, uelendants, lor the aiini
ol 'ifcS 00 with interest thereon at the tale
of S per cent per annum from the 1st day
of May. 183, lesslW 00 paid on Hie 211b
day ol November, 1MB, $114)00 paid on the
lli n iiv of June. 1S;4. (70.110 paid on Hie
Aih ii ol Kenieinher. 18tH. and $75 00 paid
on the' 8 h dov of November. ISlKi, and Hie
further sum ol I1W0O us ettorney'a lee, and
the further sum of f5 00 costs and Uis
hunifliiieiita. and the coats of and upon
this writ. commanding me to make sale ol
tho follnwinir dnsi nbed real i.roperty. situ-
ate in the county of Clackamas, state of
That piece or Parcel of property described
as beginning at a point in the division line
betaeen the North and South halves of Hie
tieoree Crow Donation Land Claim whirl
is twenty-eight chains and eiglity-tire link"
Went of here the said division line inter
sects the East line of said claim; thence
Sooth to the North lin of the forty acre
tract set apart br decree to Ixiuisa Jane
Bunnell; thence Etslerly along said North
line ol the thirty acre tract set apart by de
cree to J. J. Crow to the East line of the
said George Crow Donation Land Claim;
thence northerly along the said East Iineol
aaid Claim to a point which is ti-5 Gti feet
southerly where the division line between
the North and South half of said lieorge
Crow Donation Land Claim is intersected
by the East line thereof; thence West lit) 10
feet to the center of the County road; thence
northerly along the center of the said
County road to a point where the same in
tersects the dividing line between the north
and south halves ol sad Donation Land
Claim; thence westerly along the said divi
ding line to the laee oT beginning. Situated
in the County of Clackamas, and Stale of
Oregon, and containing twenty seven acres
more or less, to he sold first and the pro
ceeds thereof to be applied as follows:
1st. To the expense of said sale and to
the costs and disbursements of this suit
2nd In the payment ol such Judgment
as may be recovered in this suit.
3rd The balance if any may be disposed
of as theCourt may be advised and direct.
But if the proceeds of the said sa e ol the
property above described be not suflieieut
to aatisiv the Judgment for the amount
herein granted, then the following real
property which is a portion ol the real prop
erty set out snd described in the Mortgage
set forth in ibe complaint be sold, lo-wti:
Commencing at uu iron stake at the
northeast corner of the thirty acre tract of
land owned by John K. Broeije, said point
being the Easterly point of the division line
between the husband's and wife's halts of
the George Ciow Donation Land Claim, and
also th Southeast corner of ihe land now
owned by Ha mine. Schroder; thence South
tifty two minutes Ead, tracing the Etst
line of the George Crow Donation LaudCIa m
C-o.6i feet loan iron slake; thence Weil
116 10 l et more or less lo the center of the
Com ty road as now la d out; thence North
erly along the center of said County road to
an iron siake at the division line between
the husband s a id wile's half ol the said
Crow 1) L C; thence Easterly along Ihe
said division line ul the said Donation Land
Claim 21.30 feet more or ess to the place
of beginning, containing 3 08 acres more or
less. 1 he proceeds from Ihe sale thereof lo
be applied in like manner asspecifieu herein
for the application id the proceeds from the
sale of ihe B 8' described parcel ol real
Now, inerefore, by virtue of said execu
tion, judgment order and decree, and in
compliance with Ihe commands of said
writ, I will, on Saturday, ihe
25TH DAY OF J AKUAKY, 1902;
at Ihe hour of 130 o'clock, p. m , at th
trout door of the County Court House in
the Ciu ol Orrgou City, in said County and
Stale, sell at public auction, subject to re
deniptiou, to the highest hidiler, for U H.
gold coin cash in hand, all the right, title
and interest which Ihe within named de
fendants or either of ihern, had on the date
of the mortgage herein or since had in or to
the above described real property or any
part thereof, to satisfy said execution, judg
ment order, decree, Interest, costs and ail
J. J. COOKE,
Sheriff of Clackamas County, Oregon
Dated, Oregon City, Ore., Dec. 7th, 1901.
Iotice Tor Publication.
Timber Land, Act June 3,1878.
United States Land Office, Oregon City,
Oregon, Dec. 2, 1901.
Kotice is hereby given that in compliance
witn i be provisions of the act ol congress of
June. inm, entitled "An act for the sale
-of limber lands in ihe Slates of California,
Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Terri
tory." as extended to all the Public Land
States by act of August 4, 1392
EKED 8. MOKKId,
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, has this day filed in this office his
sworn statement No fMii, for the purchase
ol the SEJi of section No. 12. in Township
No. 4 Souih, lUnge No 4 East, and will
offer proof to show that the laud sought is
more valuable for its timber or stone
than for agricultural purposes, and to es
tablish his claim to said land helnre the
Register and Receiver ol this office at
Oregon City, Oregon, on Wednesnay, the
19ih day of February, 19r2.
He names us witnesses:
H. Epperson, of Cnrrinsville, Oregon;
Geo I. Brown, of Poniard, Oregon ; Joseph
Green, of Springwater, Oregon; John
Epperson, of Kelso, Oregon,
Any and all persons claiming adverse
the above-desciibed lauds are requested to
file their claims In this office on or before
said 19. h day of Fenrnary, 1902.
CHAS. b. AiOORES,
Bean th Kind Yob Haw Hiirari Bought
tha Circuit Court of the State of Or-
gon, lor the County of Clackamas.
Thomas Wike ana Bleu
W ike, his wile,
Arthur Orr, Belle Orr
Dudley, Julia Conaghan,
Kdwin Orr and Lillian
Orr, hit wile, Theresa Orr
Arstill and Ambrose Ar
still, her husband, Mary
t.. 1..1....1W it-iu Ore Dudley. Julia
Conaghan, Edwin Orr, and Lillian Orr, his
wile, Theresa Orr Arstill. Ambrose Arstill,
her husband, Mary Anderson, and each of
you said delendanls:
In the name of the Stale of Oregon: You
are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint filed against you in the aoove
entitled suit ou or belor Ibe 17th day of
January 19U2, the last day prescribed in Ihe
order for publication and six weeks twin
the dsy of publication hereof, which Is De
cember tllh 1901, and you will lake notice
tnat if vou lad to so appear and answer the
complaint filed against you herein on or
belorenatd 17th dav of January. 1902. Ihe
plaiulills will applv to tne Court lor the re
liel praved lor in the complaint herein, to
wit; "For a decree foreclosing the mortgage
set out in Ihe complaint tion the following
premises, to wit : The south hatful the north
west iinarter of the northwest quarter of sec
tion 31 in township two (2 south of range
three (3) east of the Willamette Meridian, in
Clackamas County, Oregon, and lor the sale
of the said premises therein set out by the
sherilfol Clackamas County Oregon, accord
ing to law and thepraclice of this court ; that
tue proce. ds of said ule may be appliid in
payment ol the amount due to the plaintilts
and ltiut said defendants and all persons
claiming under them, subsequent to the
execution of said mortgage uikiii said prem
ises, in an v capacity whatsoever, mav be
barred ami foreclosed or all rights or claim
in said premises and every part thereof.
That plalnlillsor any other party to this
suit may bee one a purchaser at said sale;
that Ihe" sheriff execute a deed to the pur
chaser; that the purchaser be let into
possession ol the premises upon production
ol ihe sheriff certificate of sale." And for
such other and further relief as shall be
meet and equitable in the premises.
This summons is publish.' by order of
the Hon. Tbos. F. Kvae, Judge of Hie
Colli ty Court ol Clackamas County, Ore
Kon, upon application of the plaintitls
herein, which order i duly made and en
tered December 3rd, 1901.
HEDGES GUI FFITH and
J. W UWILT.
Attorneys for Plaiutilta.
In the Circuit Court of the State ol Ore
gon, for the County of Clackamas.
J. T. Apperson, pllf.
T. L. Chatnian, Trustee
Kate L. Cbaruian, A. S.
Dresser, Mary Conyers,
Edward H. Harris, Clack
amas Abstract Trust
Co., acnrporaiiou, A. W.
Cheney, Her I ha M. Sum
ner, E. J. McKinrick,
Michael Miuarik, J G.
Mack, James W Part
low, iiOiiis H. Wasaer
inaii, (ji-orge Morris,
Mrs. C. B. Johann, W.
H. Dobyns. D C. Ted
lord. Samuel Graham,
W. E, Goss, Mary George,
D. J. Switzer, David
Turuey, Sarah George,
A. H. Geoige, Edwin
Collins, John Vinney, 1.
LeMaliieu, Maria Sinn
taller, Catherine burk
bolder, Mc.Vf iiinvillf Col
lege, a corporation, Flora
kice, EmelieC. Shaw, J.
P. Shaw, W. J. Ranch,
To Edward B Harris, Michael Minarik,
Lens H. Washerman, George Morns, Mrs.
C. ti Joiiann, D C leiilurd, Samuel Gra
baui.W. E. (Joss, Mary George.John Vinney,
Maria Snitiialler, 1-iura Ittce, defendants:
In Ihe name of the State of Oregon: You
ar heieby requireo to appear and answer
me Complaint hied against you in the above
entitled suit, on or he. ore Monday the Otli
uay of Jauuaiy 1902, and If you lail to an
Sser lor want tu reol the piuimill will lake
a decree ag-iinst you fur the reliel demauueo
lu Ihe complaint, lo-wit: that you and
each of you and all persons claiming under
you or each ul you, enher aa purchasers, in
cuniurancers ur otherwise, may be barred
anil loreclosed ol all rights, claim or rq utv
ol redemption in the loilowing described
real esuie situate in Clackamas County,
Oregon, to wit:
beginning at a point 0 79 chains North
and 21 minutes West from Ibe South West
comer ul tne Donation Lami Claim ul Wil
liam Holmes anu wile in i p. 3 9., K, 2 E. ul
toe W nlauiette M-ridiau; running toence
North 8J degrees 12 uiiuiiu-s East parallel
With Hie Buuth bounoary ufsaid claiif t'iM
cnaiiis ; ihciice North 13.19chaius to a alone ;
the. ice Veil lii 20 chains to a stone; thence
North 9.58 chains to a stone; thence Souili
80 degrees Weal 9 (icnuins tu a stone un
the West boundary ol said claim; luence
North 22 niiniiies Wesi 13 56 chains lo
Claim corner ; thence North 33 degrees 30
un notes East 8 50 chains lo the line he
twe-u Townships two and three Soutn;
thence W est on l'ownship line 1.' 0 chain to
clani. line; thence Norih 28 decrees East on
claim line o 25 chains to the most Southerly
Corner ol a tract ol land deeded by Archi
bald McKiuley and wile to David Mclaugh
lin found recorded on pages 2!j) and 257 of
book "C"ol neurits uf needs lor sal.) County
and Stale; lhei.ee North !" degrees 30 min
utes Wesi uu Soutbeiiy line ol sain Mc
Laughlin tract to the tup ol the first main
biult; thence South Westerly with Jlie ue
amlers of said blurt lo Inn intersection of
Ibe same Willi Ihe Township line; thence
West on sa.d Township lliu 10 the inter
section ol the same wi ll the South westerly
boundary line ol said McKinlty c.ann;
thence fcoiilb 45 degrees Ea ton claim line
lo the most Northerly corner of a tract uf
ami deeded by A. r. Hedges a d wife to J.
T. A ppersou by deed lound recorded on
pages 3u5 ul book "N" uf deeds for said
County rid Slate; thence South 10 degrees
West l-f.82eliains to a stone on the Bouth
bounoary line ol the said Hedges claim;
lhei.ee East oi. claim line 17.18 chains to a
(Win! ; tlienoe North 3 17 chains to a point
on the McKmley claim line; thence
Eat Pi a point on the West boundary line
ol saiti H.. lines claim; thence South to to
place of beginning, containing 230 acres
more or less.
Alio that tue plaintiff may have such other
or lurther reliel in Ihe premises as to this
Court mav seem meet ami equitable.
This summons is published by order of
hon. Tiiomss A. Melinite, Judge uf Ihe
Circul Court ol ihe State of Oregon for the
County ol Clai kaiuas, made in oiien Court
on the 15th day of November, fj.
The first pinilii attnii ul tnis summons is
rna-.e on ibe 22nd day ol November, 1901
H E CKoSS,
Attorney lor Plaintiff.
They orercome Weak
ness, irregularity and
omissions, increase Titr-
. 'i nun muuta pains
of menstruation." They are "LIFE SAVIiitS" to rirla at
womanhood, aiding development of organ and body. No
known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm life
become a pleasure. Stl.Oft IT.U I'.OX I1V MATT- Nam
LLaf by UrujrgliftJJ. CE-MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohia
For sale by Chat men k Co., DrugjjiBt.
In the Circuit Court of th Stale of Oiegou
within and for the Comity of Clackamas.
Samuel B. Kowan, ritf.l
ys, Suit for divorce.
Gratia Kowan, Dolt J
To Oralis Uowan, the above named d.
''inlhe'nameof the Stale of Oregon, yuil
are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint filed against you in lhelwv
mined suit on or nelore Friday the l ih
day of January, l!k2, billowing the expira
tion of six weeks publication of this sum-
Th's suit is brought to oblain a decree o
divorce between you and lb pUinlilf am
awarding to the plainiill' the custody ol
vour minor child. Eddl I.. U ;wu; and
you are hereby noiilied that If vou (all
toapiwar and answer th said compalnt
as aoove required Ihe plainiill wlllappy
to the conn fur the reliel herein prayed.
This summons Is published bv order of
Hon. Thomas A. Mcllrlde, JuiU-e ol "aid
court, mad the '-'1st dav of Nov. 11MI.
Date of first puhlicaiioti Nov. 29in, I9nl
Attorneys for I'ialullll.
In ihe Circuit Court of the Slate of Ore
gon for Clackamas ioiimy
Laura Gilhens, John
Gilheii', Albert Striik
lin and El a Siricklin,
To Albert Smeklin and Ella Siricklin:
In the name of the Slate ol Oregon : Vou
and each ol you ar herehv n quired lo ap
pear and auser Hieromplaim filed ag tlnsi
you in the above entitled suit, ou or helore
the first day ol February, 19i'2. and If you
la I lo appear and answer, plainiill will an
ply to the court for Ihe relief demanded lu
Ihe said complaint, lo wit: for a de ree
against you a-id each ol you, that a certain
deed heretofore executed by Randolph
Strlcklln to plainiill herein, on the 23rd dav
of October, UU, be relormed and porreoird,
so as lo conform to Ihe agreemenls ami In
tentions ol the parlies thereto, and decree
Ing that it was Ibe Intention of said Itsn
dolnh Strlcklln to convev lo plainliir by
said deed, the tract of land descilied as
lollows. to wil:
The East hall of Ihe North West qusrler
of the North West quarter, and Ihe West
half of Ihe Norm East quarter of Hie North
West quarter of see. 14. T. 4 8 K. 3 K of the
Willamette meridian, in ClackaniasCouuty,
Oregon, containing forty acres more or le":
And that plaintiff is Ihe owner in fee simple
of the same; for her costs and dishorn
ments herein and lir such other anil fur
ther r dlef as the court may deem meet
This summons i served on the defend
ant". Allien Siricklin ami Ella Strlrklin, by
publication once a week, for a period of six
successive weeks, prior to the first day ol
February, 1902, In accordance with Ihe or
der of tlie Hon. Thomas A. McBride, Judge
of Ihe stxive rniilled rnurl, made and eu
lered therein, on the 17th dsy of December,
The date nf the first publication being
December 20th, 1901.
J U CAMPBELL,
Attorney for t'laimltl
Notice lo ('minora.
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed has been dnlv aiilnied by Ihe
county court nf Ihe State of Oregon lor
CUckamas county, administratrix ol thses
tale ul Edwin S. McCliniy All per-ons
having claims against said esialeare herehv
required lo present Ihe same lo me properly
venlied, a bv law required, at my resi
dence at Wilsonvllle, Oregon, within six
months fn ni lids date hereof.
Dated December 4. 19ol.
AMELIA M CI.INCY.
Administratrix of the estate ol Ed in 8.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed tins Iwen duly appointed execu
trix ol the U"t will and testament ol
Cyrus Jones, tlecea-mil, anil any and all
persons having claims sgaln-t the aaid
estate must present tliein to the tind-r-signed,
at her farm near Marqnam, ().,
or at the oirice ijf my attorneys, Dimii k
A Eastham, in Oregon City, Oregon, on
ur before Hie expiration ol nix weeks
from tlie date of this notice.
CAROLINE E JON!'.
D mick A Eistham,
A'lys. for Execa'iix.
Dated December 12, 1901.
Notic is hereby given that I have been
duly apfiointed and confirmed by the
rouuty court nf the State of Oregon for
Clackamas county as the executor of the
will ol Sue McKee, deceased, and that all
iersons having claims against said e-taie
must present Ihern to me, i.roperiv verified
at theotliceof 0. D 4 D. C. Laioun tie. in
Oregon City, within six months from the
date of this notice.
Dated January 3. 1902
Itlowit to Atom.
Tlie old idea that tlie body some
times needs a iKiwerful, ilruslic, purga
tive pill ha been exploled; (or Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which are per
fectly harmless, jjently stimulate liver
and bowels to expel poisonous matter,
c eanae the ayr-tem and absolutely cure
Constipation and Hick Headache. Only
25c at ii. A. Harding's drug store.
Information regarding Civil Service
Examinations, Pensions, Patents!, boun
ties, Trade-Marks, Copyright, Mail
Routes, Govt. Supplies, Public Lands,
Govt. Documents procured. Three large
libraries located here.
National Information Bureau,
012 14th St.,N. W.,
Washington, I). C.
human Miik. "IwreJ l,,e wo,,,lJn
cast to theut ill tlie arena. It U astonish
ing how little svinthy women hnve
for womuii. In the home the mistrcs
aces the maid with tlie aigna of suffering
he recogniici ao well, hut she dor not
lighten the sick girl's load by a touch of
her finger. In the store the forewoman
aees tlie pallor and exhaustion which
mark womanly weakness, but allow
nothing for tliein. It is work or (uil.
Ikx-lor Pierce's Favorite Prescription
make weak womcu strong ami siilt
women well, by curing the womanly
disease which undermine the health
and ap the stretifjlli. " Favorite Pre
scription'' establishes regularity, dries
weukening Uraiu. Ileal inllrtiiiuiutiou
and ulceration, and cure female weak
nca. "When I first commenced using lr. rierce's
nieillcmcs," whirs Mrs lirofat A tnsig, of
(-.aiiaevoorl. Burntoia Co., N. V "I was stiller
lug (rum (ernal weakness s dluigreeadle drain
liearuig down twins, wrsk and ilrnl feeling all
the lime. I diaiiird aiuund in thnl way lor
two years. Iliru f 1hku Inking your nwdUlne.
Artrr uklug Ihe Htsl Isiltlr I brgan I" feel
heller. I look lour boUrsof Dr. IVrce s Havor
ile ITescnpiion. two of 'Golden Meiliral IUs
cirry,'on vial ol Hi ' Pleasant Pellets,' also
usel one lollle of lr Kane's Catarrh ttemnlv.
Now I Itel like a new prison. I cau'l Ihsnk you
enoiixh for your kind advice and tilt (hI your
Biediciut baa dou mt "
" Favorite Prescription liluke weak
women strong, sick woman well. Ac
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work wonder for weak women.
Ir. Pierce' 1'lcas.iut Pclleta are the
moat desirable Luulive for dclkale
The following data, covering a (a-riod
of ;0 eara, have la-en compiled from the
weather bureau records at Portland, Or.,
for the month of January
Mean ur normal temperature, UU ilg
The warmest inoiiih was that o( l'.HKI
with an aerig of 44 deg.
The coldest month was that of 1HN8,
with an average of "1 deg.
The liigliest lemperatiire was 05 deg.
on the 13th, IHttt.
The lowest temperature -2 d- g. on
th VvU, 1888.
Average dale on which first "killing"
frost occtured in autumn, Nov. 15.
Average da'e on which last "killing"
Irosl occin reel in spring, Match 17.
l (lain ami melted snow).
Average for the month, 1175 inchea.
Average ntimlier of day with .01 of an
inch or more, ID.
Tne jirealeat monthly precipitation
was 13.71 inches in 188:1.
Tne least monthly precipitation waa
2.12 indies in Ni3.
The greatest amount of precipitation
recorded in any 24 consecutive hour
(rev rl extending to winter of 188485
only) was U.O inches on the 2nd, lX'.K).
VMVt) AND WRATIIKR.
Average nuiuber ul clear days, ft;
partly cloudy days, 7; cloudy day. 10.
The prevailing wind have been from
The higbest velocity of the wind was
53 miles, from the south, on the 0 b,
8 at ion; Poitland, Oregon.
D.tte of issue; Decern W 2(1, 1!1.
A. 11. Wm.LAHKR, Observer,
Temporarily in charge.
X Profliuli'e Inres'mi nt.
"I wa troubled for about seven year
with my siomach and in bed half my
time," say E. Demick, Homerville, Ind.
"I pentaliil 10.0 and never could
get anything to help me until I tried
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I have taken a
few bottles and am entirely- well." Yov
don't live by what you eat, but by what
you dige-t and assimilate. If your stom
ach doesn't digest your food, you are re
ally starving. Kodol Dyspepsia Cute
does tbe stomach' work by digesting
the food. You don't have to diet. Eat
what you want. Kodol Dyspepsia cures
all stomach trouh.- Geo.A. Harding.
Tbe Enterprise $1.50 per year.
Don't Live Together.
Con'ips'Ion anil health never goto
gather. DeWitt's Little Early Risers
promote easy action of the bowel with
out distress. "I've been troubled with
costiveness nine years," say J. 0.
Greene, Depaiiw, In. I. "I have tried
many remedies, hut Little Early Riser
give best results." Fur sale at Geo. A.
Dist ngulHhed Trave li ri
And Globe Trotters, invariably remark
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Car service. For inagnilicient scenic at
tractions, fast and comfortable train
ervice 0 luee trains to tbe East daily)
and interest along tbe line, tbe route
through Salt Lake City ami Denver via
Ihe Kio Grande Western and Denver A
Uio Grande is unsurpassed. Dully
through sleeping and dining cars to
Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, Bt. Louis
or Chicago without change. Personally
conducted excursions every week.' for
rates, folders' or information apply to
J. Manslleld, general agent, 124 Third
St., Portland ; or Geo. YV. Heihtz, assist
ant general passenger agent, Salt Lake
Children Especially Liable.
Burns, bruises and cuts are especially
painful, and if neglected often result in
blood poisoning. Children are esiecial
!y liable to such mishaps, because not so
careful. As a remedy DeWiit's Witch
Hazel Halve is nnetiu lied. Draws out
the tire, stops the pain, soon heals the
wound. Beware ol counterfeits. Sure
cure for piles. "DeWitf Witch Hazel
8alve cured my baby ot eczema after two
physicians gave her op," writes James
Mock, N. Websler, Ind. "Lbe sores
were so bad she soiled two to five dresses
a day." This remedy is sold by Geo. A.
A lleef, lana "" Ki"r' .
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, i.ui vi v ."r .
iiistlce. once, i'i'cotiiite'1 Sir Mount
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ttunrt K. (iriint Pun nn iiu-nn"u -iMiber
lifo. hud to vnm exauiliie
nu eminent pivfcrmiotiiil wltiifwt lihmil
n ii .posi-d hiii'boi'. lu tlHMMiurao of do
iu so he wild. "Hut. Mr. , Ihh'I
ii, , a reef of Mia thill WOUM ! II
gii itt hit oiiveiilein e to youf '
"tdi. eii. repLed the Wit ilea, in
.i.,.,l,iJlv Ihero is. but we tiroiiose to
ft-! ild . It In mull mid eueli a limn-
"Very raid," rcjolmil OolcrldKe, "hut
when yeu have got rid of It. would
there not be very awkward wind bunk
lo contend witn r
"('. itiiluly." miM tlie wHiiohm, "but
ngtiliiHt It we abould provide thin and
"Well." answered Coleridge, "but
when you hnve rcmoed both the imV
Haeie would you Hot ntlll hnv a greilt
d.iil of trouble from the current of the
river when lu Hood'"
rieiirlv," wna the answer, "hut wo
should encounter tltiit dimeulty wio
ceHHfully by niiotlier eipedlent." which
the w lines proceeded to exjiliilu.
"You hnve se n the pbiee, have you
uot?" said Coleridge,
"Oh, yes," replied the other.
"Well. I never did," wm the re
Joinder. "I hnve Invented alike the
ruf, the wind hunk nml the river!"
Th Tnnoel Was Porsrollea.
At r.russel the visitor I often struck
by Hip extreme thinness of the enrth
eoverlng the limine le Comto tunnel
and wonder why the common sense of
tbe engineer who ninth the line did
not direct them to continue the rutting
mid thus avoid a stililerruneuti pa
wipe. The mystery Is thus csphilncd: When
mllw.iy were In their UTlest Infnncy,
tbe Helmut! governinciit sent n puny of
engineers over to L'liglnud to neiiilre
cxi't rletiee In construction of the new
I ion li'igliwnys. nud on their return
they were Instructixl to hty out thi
first rullwny lu Unit enterprising little
kingdom. The work wrt neeordlnuly
put lu bund, but on II completion one
ol the enrhieer exehilineil:
"Good gracious, we hnve forgotten
Tbe consternation wns penernl, espe
chilly when It wns remembered thnl
there wus not it Klngle line lu England
but could boust of n tunnel. What wa
to tie done? Nothing but to construct
tbe long corridor nt Priiliie le (.'unite,
nud wheu it was finished the enrth wn
I tit on top. The tumid wn the glory
of tbe line.
Massac For lb Scalp.
The hair full out when the strength
of Us root In Insulllcleiit to sustain Its
weight any longer, nml a new hnlr will
Inke Its plu co unless the root I di
eiised. For this n-nsun each person ha
a rertiiln definite length of hnlr. When
the hnlr begins to split or fall out inn
kiige of thu sculp h excellent.
Place the tips of the fingers firmly
tiiMin the scalp, nml then vibrate or
move tlie scalp while holding the pres
sure steadily. This will stimulate Ihe
blood vessels iiiiilei ticatli nml bring the
blood vessel underneath and bring
iilstut better nourishment of the hair.
A brush of unevenly tufted bristles I
nlso excellent to use upon the sralp, Dot
Irreaalarltr and Indigestion.
A couimoii cuuse of ludlgesilon I
Irregularity respi-ctlng the time of
t.ieiils. The human system hcciiis to
form hiiblts and to be In a degree de
pendent upon the performnnce of It
lunetloii In nt't'Oidutice with the bublt
formed. Ill ret:iiect to digestion t ti La Is
especially obtervnble. If a nieal Is
taken nt a regular hour, tho strmmch
liecoiiii's ncciiKtoiiied to receiving food
nt that hour nud Is prepared for IL
If meals arc taken Irregularly, the
stomach Is takeu by surprise, so to
ftpeiik. ami Is never In that state of
readiness lu which It should be fur the
prompt and perfect performance of Its
Ashe oa Clear.
"Pew meu professing to bo Judge of
fine cigars know anything nt all about
cmoldiig them," remarked a clgur deal
er. "Tlie r.ahes on the cud of tho cigar
serve to retain the flavor nml should bo
permitted to remain us long as pos
sible. Then tbe constant thumping
some smokers give their clgurs lu the
attempt to keep them clear of ashes
often causes tlie wrapper to break,
mid that also lessens the pleasure of n
!n;a of Alaska. -
The dogs of Alaska are called main
mutes. They nre a cross between a dog
and a wolf and work lu harness soon
after their birth. They do not bark,
but have a peculiar howl. They hnve
long hair and can sleep In the open
with the thermometer GO degree below
rem. Their usual food Is fish and seal
blubber. They are fed once a duy, usu
ally at night.
Where to Heats.
Mrs. Trolahoiit-I shall be off the
I renter part of the dayas I hove Join
id the Society For tho Suppression of
Needless mid Nerve Hacking Noises.
Mr. T.Good Idea, my dear. Tako
the baby along with you. New York
File Are Tough.
A fly Is ulinost Invincible. It will
survive long Immersion In water, will
sustain the odors of sulphur and other
disinfectants without npparcut Injury.
Only turpentine, chloroform aud ammo
nla and washing cuo get tbe better of
Tp rrofeaaor at noma.
"Grandpa." said Dot. who had been
puzzling her brains over something she
wns rending, "what Is 'food for
"Head cheese, my child," replied the
"Look heir," wild it Suffolk form,.
friend. "Put ffolnil tu kill my pi, J
I owe so lunch pork to my iniui,,,
that I hn.U hnve none left for ni
If I pay It U li'k. What Would
"Quite 'nsy to trh k 'uu,"
(rlend. "Kill your ptg ami hue,,
hiittgliik outside until Into nt night,! '
every one run we It. Then tnke fe , !
ud any soiiiu one stole It. Stick t,
tale, and you'll be kll right."
The fnrnier followed Insiruni
and the kind friend watched hlirU
and stole the pi. The ssr fir,
rami' around uet morning to le
bail happened. 1 i
"Somebody a stolen my pig!
"Gs.dr' Wild the friend. "Slick fc
Olid the neighbor 'II believe ynu, r. ,
"Hut It n stolen. 1 tell you!" ' '"
"Excellent!' quoth the friend. "
you stick to the tnle." !
"You confounded n!" yelh-O j" i
farmer, "Don't you uudorsUnill so... t
wn renlly stolen!" i,
"Superb!" laughed tbe ilell;' ;..
friend. "You ought to have been it u ,
lor, wi you ought." I v
That Suffolk farmer lninnnd
(itsir nud went awny fuuilng.-Lut.
Tie Asiom th lletferou, j. a,
Terhnp tbe most startling pb,..t,
ineiion of tho fire wn the ipilik A , ,
of childlike aiiiuoln only a r,',,'ur'M,'
vl' i Hlff MM I'M .li.hn Molr In The A'
tic. In tbe midst of the other rouii " '
lively slow nml stendy lire work !
these tall, benutlful anpllng, leafy I' "
brinehy, w ould be seen bliixlng upiV.
t'eiily nit In one lienvlug. louili,g. ,: a
sloiiale flume renehlng from the gn r
to the top of the tree and fifty tj, u
hundred feet or more nlsive It, wl -;.
uioke column bending forwurtl
htrenitiing away on hip upper mi-i.
To burn these grevn tree a
fire of dry wood beneath them b;it:ii
ijulred to send up a current of air I tit.
enough to distill Inflammable t
I rum the lenve aud prny; then.
Blind of the lower limb gnnlt (,
i ntelilng fire nud Igniting the m-xt
next III Slieeeaslon. the whole K '
rtjius to explode ulinost slinullatii
ly. und with nwful rnrlng and tk'"'"
tdng ti round tasTlng flame slnsib I 1
"iHi or .KK) feet, and lu a second urtf-.m
I iiieiiehil. Ienlh tho grcetl splrpi, ,
blilek dead lil.lst bllvthd nml roue ',),;,,
ed with down curling hough. ' MI,
ii - tont
In the ruse of round shuulden i ' 1
muscles of the tsick are likely to il!:l i
from disuse. A sisidul exercise to i,n
them Into a Umber coudltlou acciiuftt!.
be mressary. Stretch out nml d -u
with the arms until they nenrly tt Uliji
the floor, lieiidlug back lu like mar.
- ... . .1. . I..'"1
lo suceessiuiiy nccompiisu me u
sit on a stisd before an upright V
or heavy desk, plant your knee (Ir''1"
ngnlust the furniture UutU you hanleir
g.ssl snptiort, then slowly twutl Unm
ward with your hand pointed (,,
your bend. At first you think yo(
urely crack In Imlf, so allff '(.,
muscles, tmt atoiilhlngly skiu cv-r
tbe pliability, and as It I lmp
to f.ill your progress I easy nml n,
Till exercise If persisted lu f ' '"
straighten out a curved sp'.ue, U !
njtist be dune gently and with pnlln .
becnua4 the fetidous In tbe back u, 1
de lien te and must not be coerced. i!.
Th Laalroa I'earl. f
Penrls, a miwt rentier know, i '
small bodies found either III the niit'v
of H-nrl shells or those with tiaerr''1'!'
lining. They nre formed either I h -disease,
by the presence of a piirtd u
or by an effort on tho part of the tiv
lusk to rid Itself of some foreign.,':
stance w hich bus found Its way :
the kIii 1L
Pearls nrp comHis'd of many la
of ctirbonule of llmo with orgnnlc t
ter between nud nre not always pfi"i:i
throughout nnd Invariably have .' n,
small central core or nucleus. Ibv,
(H-iirls of fine luster and color are n
valuable, and their value Increases
Idly with their size.
llsrlsf Wasp. " 1
"Wasps were the first paper ninkt"'"
said an entoinologlst. "It I very Ust.n
estlng to study the ways of these f ;
little Insects. Por the soke of n (yj (
at the honey store a single Indlvk
will sometimes face a wholo hU' r
bees, being In fair combat a unite! '
any three Inhabitants of the ap '
Most of us have had experience of '
fearlessness with which they wit
tuck human beings." !
Fie FltrhtUa- ! Raalaa. '
In the smaller places lu Krf' -horse
have to be borrowed for tin
engine. Often thirty to fifty uilt-'
nre wasted lu getting horses, wt '
wheu an alarm of Br wus given, '
nt work at their dully duty. A cot 1
er.iblo amount of time Is also lost.!
0 tiding proper bnrness for them. 1-t
horsing of steam engines lu coo'')
Cistiicts Is a very difficult problem h
How th Lovir Look at tb Kir'
When a young Savoyard goes a
Ing, he puys considerably more t:h
tlou to tho admired one's fire thM'n
her face. If she leaves the bllletM
wood undisturbed on tbe hearth, "
a sign that he Is welcome, but h - :
she place one of the blazing fago"
nn upright position tgalunt the d' '
It Is a hint for blm to take hli
Hangs Jubklus Is tho homeliest
I ever saw.
Slungs-Why don't you say It tt (
face? . :
Hangs I don't want to. ?
Slaugs-Vou're afruld to. nln't yf I
Iiuug Oh, no. Hut bis fac v
enough to bear ajready. Detroit i