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HINTS OEEWNa HEALTHY
A Sensible Talk on the Treatment of
the Stomachy by T, B. Terry,
which Any uhc ;can
. Ill a recerit article ,on curing
stomach troubles vqu werd.tokl
that improper food, orootl thn
does not supply nliheelemertts
Jieeded, eating loo much, or too
frequently, so the stojnach gett
no rest, and not ohewing the food
long enough, weie ainong the
. causes of this very common
trouble. The principal cause
can usually be found in this list
probabl', so let us consider tin.
matter more fully. Our letter
show much troublp' along thn
line now, in the The Practical
Farmer famil' and it. will in
nreasp durinu- winters Jln'nrrer.
appetite, taste and relish should
control our eating. A person
who eats when not hungry
when there is not a decided de-
. sire for food, under 'ordinan
, conditions, is making a mis
take. lie is laying up trouble
f for himself. It may show up
from day to day, more or Jess.
in his not feeling first-class; that
is, not perfectly well and life n
delight, and in addition, he it
on the road to serious trouble
in his digestive organs and tin
general ill health that goes along
-with it. "When the human sys
tem needs food it knows how t
call for it, unmistakably. Yon
are hungry, You-crave plaiii
food like bread and butter, mea
vegtables, etc. Haven't you
.ever sat down to the table and
felt as though yon just couldn't
wait to get something into youi
mouth, and saliva flowed very
freely, and it was almost im
possiable to eat slowly? Well
you were hungry then. Thai
was genuine appetite. It didn't
need any coaxiug. Your stom
ach was ready for food and
said so plainly. That food
would do you good. And you
.could well continue at the table
as long as plain, wholesome food
was eaten -with so much relish.
Now, onthe other hand, haven't
you sat down to the table when
you didn't seem to care for any
thing that was before 3Ton,o)
that you could think of, perhaps;
when ycu had no such hunger?
Yes, and what should you nave
done? Left the table at once
and waited until hunger came,
showing that 3'our stomach had
all previously eaten food cleared
out, and digestive juices read
for more, which your system
then wanted. That is 'simple
common sense, or is it uncom
raon? Instead of this, what do
people usually do? Why put
down some food anyway, be
cause it is meal time, the regular
hour. This food that the stom
ach was not read1- for, it must
take care of some way. It will
do it after a fashion, protesting
by headaches, perhaps, or othei
bad feelings, until it gets cleai
worn out. Then the food lies
there undigested and ferments,
maybe you get awful sick, until
it comes up, or it is hurried out
the tne otner way. 1011 may,
call. it a billious attack, and take
some pills to "stir up the liver,"
but the faot remains the same.
Well, if you get: sick enough,
or take harmless medicine that
makes you so, you cannot eai
any more for a day or two until
your stomach gets rested up,
you will come out all right. Yon
see, I have been there. Ohj es,
all but taking the pills,. 'btic not
lately. At last I have learned
not to put food iu my stomach
when it is not wanted, to make
all tins trouble. Now as to
food that do
told lately how I sometimes
want cheese badly and then eat
it. Taste will lead a healty
person, who eats only whole
gonna food, to pick out. just what
ylkekody wants. Befhjtps , the
A MAN WTH ft, MEMORY.,
I'll Wnr Ho Shvca n Acenne
FrlcnU Krom (he Unpovrs.
A uinu wuh charged nt Syilppy with
next day I do not want any
ohjeesj!" $hal is .apUinhlnt
that-itrisnpt good for me at that
. . . . - 1 unmlcr find by way of tlefunso cnllod
at it then, bepauso It is a pooa evItlencc tQ provo m,i. At the time
irticio of food and 1 ought to !hp crimp was eumniHUHl ho wns,-lio
a'nnt it, would bo a mistake, just ' ia Ma own homo ilstenm to
S ,n,''nl, anffZnA Xvlwm tb&rlqulNvho wns rodtJiiK n novel to.hlin.
;fs mucys,t0.entfdod.U en "',3 CSI,reMloM UKllt U.o ear ot Uiq
as meal time, and:I j)uglit to bo gsocutlff cowm.)t m when a wit,
hungry, whether 4 mm or not. .bcyent into the box to nny that i&
tlio pcniiloi Is ono of tbo
tlutles.of ovury nucc?tfiH
IuihIucbij Institution. It Ifl
tbo BcoroLof tlirift.
You will not eat too frequently ifl w,s l" n,u l wuom 1110 i'ron t
.7....i .wi wits bclUB entertained ho tackled Mill
your appetite is normal and thl3 The wtuws !
you are actually hungry for , ml iVas "rcclti'np" ""co Wat- !
olain food, At home 1 eat but pole's "Old KngUHh Huron," uot rena
twice a davas that is as often
is l get really hvmgrj', but when
on a visit recently, for ten days,
ate three times with the rest.
Inc Jt. but roclthiB t xrn moinon", and
U had taken hltn'two "d n, half'hAur
to pet through thn whole book. Vol, I
tm l. ..1.1 H.....Aiitl.nH it .!itl.i III it lint
11 111? UUIIIll 1 villi nun 1 11. tt tiiiu ii 11 inn 1
In the bush he oiht to bo able to re 1
1 1.. ...'.. , ..!...AI '
r t i K .1,5., eiiiuer iiiiu y yw" M "M" -"'l0t ,
L ROi muiit iiaciv "J . , ,1,.,,...,.. ml ,1 di'inoliMtraUon. t.
breakfast and supper Inrgely of v(.Jtve'u a page or two." ho Jald,
will do tho Having in 3011 r
proeery blllp, tf you trado
Avltli him. 'This la not tttlo
frnii mi A luino- pnrpfnl iiot to 1 ucvtT uroaniMR timj ms reiiucst would, u i.jr v ,,.
fruit and being tareiui not ro Uca wltIl. fi,'6-w"ituw cleared i by trading wlih
does not supply all'
t's needed, Yoju were
iat a mouthful more than I was j ui.s throat nud-whhou't iMitation com.-
iint n.nl 1v lmnrrrv for. Not.chew- Lnienml, "In tho time.
. n -.. - i.8 "hen the good Duko
mg tne iooo long enuugii ic uu-( turnwl (froln .the
loubtedlv one of the causes Ofll.and, where he had
I . . ,
a nuniucr 01 years,'
stomach troubles. And back of
hat is the fact that we have so
many soft foods, like oat meal
nashed polatoespnilk toast,
pudding, etc., that will, and do,
iluiost go down with any chew-
tng. Ail iooa sitpuiu ue Ktpi i
in the mouth and thajaws be
-vorked to cause saliva to llow
nd be mixed with it until it is
oractically a liquid that can no
onger be held from going down.
n serious cases better avoid
oft foods. This saliva is rnec
ssary to perfect digestion.
When it is withheld undue work
s put on the stomach and the
bod must remain in it longer.
n time this will cause weak-
less of this important organ.
And right here let me say that
uch thorough chewing is the
very best saiegauia against
jvereating. With only 'plain
food before you there is little
anger of eating too much if
aliva enough is sent down with
the food. This causes the ap
petite to stop ou time. And
ne gets the highest enjoyment
possiable out of hiff meals, the
most delicious tastes. Yes, it
ts the common pustom for the
vriter to enjoy his supper for
rom 40 to 50 minutes, and still
lot eat as muph as he used to
r 15. You haveu't time? Oh.
veil, you will not get as much
out of life as you might if yon
Ipn't, and j'ou may ljave to take
cime to be miserable after a
while. But notice, avoid mak
ing this change suddenty and
sending a greatly increased
tmount of salvia into the stom
ach at once. When nature has
otusedto your wrong doing
she may raise a rebellion if you
change to right all at once ex
perience. Eor myself, I avoid
the soft foods so far as is con
venient, so as to have something
thatcan more readily be chewed
more. There are few cases, of
indigestion that will uot gradu
ally fade away before a syste
matic change to eating only
wholesome, proper food, when
tinngry, chewing it a long time
and then breathing pure air
and keeping busy within your
strength and well, I suppose
"etc." must b6 added, as there
are othr things, needed for per
fect health. Have you that old
notion thatypu rnust'.eat wheth
er hungry or not to got strength
Bless you, etfery, rhouthful you
put down when you are not
hungry diminishes y'o'U'i"
strength., . Your, ..stomach ia
obliged to struggle alonguaing
sirengtluto try-and digest jood
taut tne system aoes- nop- wain
yet. Wait until you are hun
gry; then eat and enjoy It.
si.SLrs t POWNE III
wars in tho Holy 1 '' ' 1 I
nd been sojourning I AUTCI HDC nBCHflU i
and so on,
without hesitation, for Kcvernl nnues. I rts
all letter perfect so far as those In CD '
court could tell. Counsel for the prose. ,
cutlon, quite staggered by thq display,
confesHeil liimsolf satl!!cd. But tho :
witness Ayas tiQt, und the prisoner's,!
illlwo1 ulriiiAii (lul ilfililit nliimlil liA
counsel, plouftd that doubt should 1a' Oftl illflDSi OniSTUEBU
cast upon his plicnomenal witness ' UULUIiUlA UUU I IILIIN
' RAILWAY GO.
askcil that tho latter might be glvci
time to recite the whole novel nud his
tliuo in dohiK It coiUparetl with tho two.
nud a half hours ullej;cd to have been
occupied on the nlKht of the murder.
"Good heavens!" said the Judge. "Hut
do you expect me to take It all dowii?''
They compromised, Uio mau with the,
memory reciting the closing scenes of
the novel. And on this the man In tho
dock was liberated. St. James Gazette.
READ THIS AUOUO.
Bettj Hotter bmijjlit son.ip titittvr:
Hut," slio "ttiU Imtter'n bltterr
If I put It tn my Vnttor. -
It will mulct iny bnttcr lilttur; .
Hut a tilt of lu-ttcr butter
Will but rnnfcti lny batter better."
So Mto bouKbt, a bit of butt'ey.
Hotter tlmn Ilu liltter buKf'r,
And mnile tier bitter batter better.
So 'twas better Hetty Hotter '
Bought a bit of Ixitter but'ter.
Wf ltAWLE THErFAOUS
Farm Machineiy o All Kinds
Particular attention is called to tfye
; DEE RING BINDER
- - pl0 ,eat Binder oijl the matkefc.
.WE SELL THE BEST AND SAVE YOU MONEY IN THE TnAIISACTlOK
FRANK SRVSfE, General Merclg
FARMERS' AND STOCKMEN'S SUPPLIES
HARDWARE, FURNISHING GOODS, FARM
MACHINERY, JfC, ETC.
A. . CROSBY
V It 0 I ItlKTOIt
TIME TABLE NO. 10.
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1 ' ,. :t:K.m.' IlayCJe .10.21 a.m.
" . ! uii.iii.i ilritninbl .10.2! a.m.
" ..Ki.ti.m, ltiMV Iio.ain.m.
l.ii i.m: (iv's-rVa
First Sunday, morning' and evening,
Free Methodists Itev' E. M. Moitnnore,
Second' Sunday, m irnnR mjd evening,'
Menuonlt-j Jlretliren Itev. 11. Pqiitiiib,
pastor. " " . ' '
Third Sunday. Morning: T$. i5. class,
lid by II. F. IJ.rdei!. Kvtjjing: First
Baptist Church, lUy O. W. Trlplott,
FourU Suiday. inoriiliig -and cyenlng,
M. E. Church Hev. C. E. Coens, pastor.
Fifth Sunday, morning and cveiiiu?,
First Jiajitist Clijtrch-Jey- 0, W.Tripiett,
Sunday school at 10 a. in. each Sunday.
11. II. Curtis stiperin endont. v
METII0I1ST HII.I, DIHTitlCT.
Gorman M. E. Chuivh, llcy. E. J.
Ttaglio, pastor. Sunday school at lt.80
a. in., John Ilnirtn in, Sr., supurinteiid
ent. I'l t-ach uy 3drv'ce8 at iO.SJOa. m. and
7.S0 p. in. German &cl'th)l and Catechism
conducted by past r Satuidaj at 2,00 p. m.
Kvi r one welcome. '
Sunday ficliool every Sunday at' 10a. in.
pleaching every third tiuiiday at 11 a. in.
by O. Yf. Trlplctt, of 1'rineville.
AftKXCY I'l.AI.VB DIHTHICT.
, William llranatetiyrj superlntendciit of
Sunday school. Sunday school every
Sunday afternoon at 2JO. PrcachliiR by
Itev. W. E. Fulgiiaip and otliers.at Irregu
NtMtTli i;xi msTincT.
Sunday scliool held at Itev. Hell's
residence in North Agi-iicy L'lain. ltov.
II. L.Bi?U; suppijtvr.dcijfc; PeJr Vlbbclt
assistant. Sunday school at JoTilO every
Sunday. Preachiui: at 1 1 .-80 n. m.
' i Jlt'I) HUIMNCM IHSTItlCT.
No regular announcements.
The Pioneer gives the news.
" .. .litem I Kent
.i.:!7 a.m. "
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Kor rttjj and (her Indiriimtlon nj'jdy to
J K. I.yjLK, 0. K. t I', A.
" "Hlmiilko, Urecoti.
K. AKpnt, Shaut(u. pre.
11. V. ALU., PfChblonj.
T. if. IUhivin, I'nMilcr.
Will VfhjrEii-f.u" vicp vfo.
l. njjumiN, A t. ')ilcr,
The First National Bank
OF PRlNEVlLLfi, OREGON
Capital, Burpltix ftinl I'mtlvlitfit I'rotitH,
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby- given that the undi
signed has been, by the County Court o;
tho State of Oregon fur Crook cniinty dul
ainoiiitt'd ailmiiiintiatoi of iho estntt id
.lolni Hastings, dccciisi d. and all per -on
having claims agaljist sjd estate are
lierehy reipu-s'ed to present tteiiii' dul
wrilied, tn said AdmluMfator nt the ofllce
of M. E. Uriulr, In Priiievllle, Oi.e.'. wllhli,
six mouths from the data, qf the Hibt pub
lication ofthls notice.
Date of first mibllcatiou of t lis notice
Novt.17. WU. ' EU KCTCllKIt,
(Jnrrlein t'omp.ote Lliipnt Jrtiitn. Medlrltu'N .'hemlflx,Jliiiint'lHii! Itcwtll, i
OriiKKlxtH' uulrlei hiul I'lioto tqipiitlKii. Country Mull Onlorx I nlve my ienu;ni
attention. A Ormluxto In churno. Piifu di1lery fiiinrnutcvil. Vutir irtM-rltloo ;
my perlnlty. Htryelmliio mid IVft mulroyeri. Htorli'l'iiixiii nd Dhinof nllHnili
Acaiiey fur Kiintmiiii'KodKkn. Ilolli ,I,lionvs.WIIOI.IM.VIA?CI ltBfMU '
TUE DALLES, '
All of Our Buggies, Spring Wogons, Bjutltirt,
Mowers, Stoves iind Steel Ranges must hp m(
by Junnnry 1st to make room for .mother line
of goods. It will pay you to get qur prices.
MAYS & QROW!
The Dalles Oregon,
WE eau savo yon money on Grooerips, fresh, plej
"SQtt's Best" at $1.40 per aqk.
Notions and Patent Medicines. Hoots and Shoeg
and Farmers' Neuesities of all kinds. N.ew an(
large stock nt right prices. Gall, examine and bo
JLmA JL JL
m . la . , r 1 A k (4" f-nTf f
.HIV,, ll, lwit. r.i lil i.ii. .
Adiidulstrator of .UicvEstuto i,t Ju(ui litice j
KEYSTONE HOQ AND CHICKEN WIRE FENCE.
rou hai.i: ii y
SAKFOBD & FITZPATRIGK, SHANIKO, OH
nine I'ruit Towmihln Iilnt correeleil no tn . i v v tr -r-r r - l-T- TT"?(
date h0b!g'tlM'i of ifI ti.lrp.en, vniU ; I P k llAl .H.S J 1 J Vt 7 K KlEll
4. A, A-Jsa -r ' '-' '
R. H. WBDRR, Proprietor. Grower and Dtalif la
l.'rH, 1ANJ OITIXIK. . -J
Tub Dallwi, Orj., l'el, 11, jurt.r
Notice of Forest Reserve
.Notice In hereby Klven.tlnu Avery T, Hot 111 en
iw Apjilieil to Kclvct under (lie Act of CoiiKrex
approved June 1, 1K07, tlio ollou lng iIcH-rllict!
tol of )jnil.t-wlt!
ITIio N K. Vi f 8. W. 14, See. a), Tp.H S., It. 15 1
That nut"! fciijillcutlon wnu filed with the 1
Ilculxter anu Itecolver of the I', U Land Olllee
at The DhIKm," 0rogbnroirKclirult'ry 11. JAi5,
nud the wirpoiie'.fiJjiljj, notice. hj(M((-plov' Hi)
fjiernonii rfu);iillii; tlie selected laml under tho
itilnliiKJ;, ,or deolriiiK to kIiow H to he
ljilticrofhff:cliHrntter, n opportunity to lllu
objection': to mich neluetlOu'fljUvthe Joent
ofllcorii for The PyHeVlAiiil'lIliirfct,
. . , MiciunLT. Jfcglntcr,
Irtnd ilvepi and rreek(, Mi ccntx eneli.
LAND SCRIP FOR SALE
For necurluK title tojill kimiaul (luvcrument
laud nitluiiit rexldcuce or Improvement, nt
lir.vent iinirkof prices. Write 11 for full pur
All klndxof T4id 0lre IiiixIiiom a xpeclnlly.
Twenty-llyo jv.Arit' cpedumii. Itvfcrvticut
Kreneh A Cou,iiftu5.?".
HUDSON LAND CO.
TIIK D.VIJ.KH, OltKUOW,
EVERGREEWS, JROSES AND SHRUBBERY
tlyaclnlis, 'Tullpsj Lilies, Dahlias, PpVrilei, Etc.
S BUY LOTS IN
T . i . . .1.. id .. rx. - s-r T
: 4Lteipje vmg company
l ' '. '.. ANTELOPE, OREGON
TheMint Industrial Center of Central Oregon
A Big Florir Mill ndw building.
r SELECT LINE OF PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES f
Modern JB tores now running and others
under construction. r
All rpads to Madras ,leafl3dovn hill
from every direction and afu tho only
gr od rondd in Ettatern Oregon;
T7 I . . '"VHT".. -'.- ol 1 r ' .lllm'iwwl
1'reBcrlptioii work a principal feature of this Btoro. No HuhBtilulioa,
Accuracy guaranteed. 3JuII orJers receive careful ottfeut!onrHHU Ue
livenid fn return maillr- ' , t
Pine "Warer feUBily obtained In wells 1 garden truck
from 12 to 20 feet deep, Loig DJ?fncp Teleplione connection ;
Most ucinftble climate iu Central Oregon w f tk thu outside woi'ld will goon bo koftfi
TheAuto road passes through Aadrft$. J Lots fS. $60.00 find np. . - '
For pfirttcuUm limuiro of D P. gEA $c.rfirary tf T?P't Corapawy, mttV 0
. Tli Columbia Southern will build
Tile- center of n farming -country bifTr?
,and Jjetter,, tliin SUermun county, wliU'li
doea. not icauire ii-iicration tb produce
orops of any .'kind 6f rainB, fi,ait mul,