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ASTORIA, OREGON. SATURDAY", OCTOBER 22.
PAGE i THREE.
relief for Women.
Ho. II OtBtral A
Hot tnuMtw, am., April M, MS.
Klghta month iioIwhm awnpIvUly ran dwa
thai my bod Mbd from bwui to feet Mr bMk mi
to bmk two and I tuftvrm IbUum jJn la fee lower
Monwe. I could aoi aflord to lar d sake ami,
and no aiwllotn ImIm4 dm any,
A friend told aw bow much Wist of Cardul ball! fcf
ttpamlMvlMdraebr all mean to Uk It. Tbe da 1 look
ui am aom u. rtoovmry ui aiy Malta oao. II wu
11.. .. ... . V' r"?' saoolb I WM antlnily cured, total
V? nA "L!h' i "trttot faalU Ua I bad Lg (or attao jmt.
I look on Win ol Cardul an the .
BMMl blfnaril nwdldiM thai Vi ' 0
wiiKian could poMibly Uk wha V - V 'jKLTJ
Oiutob, Wmwuoa CaeTvva Cws.
Mrs, Nelson describes the condition of thousands of women. That con
dition come l.v yw stapes. Usually tin. important function of menstruation
h at Hint olttfblly irp-flular. 1 ben cotuw the painful iwiodi. Heart niwloirii
pain ami ovarian inflammation follow. Finally the Mrryftrmive war
aii J the whole system has become affected and tlx pain rack tbe body from
m ad to font . .
Wine of Cardul ii nientrual regulator of established reputation. No
womw who takes it suffers m Mm. NeWi offered, it gives pwly and com-
r .""""a " m auui wnigu are iniutmg ao
many women invalid today. Do not let yourself come to tbe pitiable
condition Mri. Nelson describe.
Secure a bottle of Wine of Cardul trow your druggirt today and
vrgia uwuiinu imiueuiswiy, b
THE ADVENTURES OF
(Continued from Pas J.)
fore supper. Rene bunch of new
had made him lonesome, and he de
elded to take a fishing trip next day.
At the town hall they met Mr. Hug
ft-nrdy. Thla old gentlemen knows cent with me."
the bent (lulling ground! on the coast.
and make a few dollar now and then
coaching parties. Jim bargulned ac
commodation for five, for tbe next
During the afternoon new went
the round that a prodigal noil had re
turned In the pemon of Jim Tatton
and that nlK'it "Huckmun Place wo
the scene of muny callers and much
About 8:30 the visitors aat down to
spread and they had their appetite
with them. Everyone except Jim
win talking and everything that hap
pened from the day the Great Eaat-
fue to accept thla bill, and If you
wish to keep the good you mut put
up the allver."
Jim decided Brown waa In earnest
mi nine. Turning to the grocer hf
sold: How much do we owe you foi
"$1.75' was the answer.
"Ben, loan me two sliver dollars."
"Very aorry, old man; haven't
"Mr. Brown." said Tatton, "that five
Is good American money; It can be
exchanged at any bank In the country.
I will give you my address."
Jo, aaid Mr. Brown. "If your I
friend, Mr. Buckman. will guarantee
the bill, I will be glad to serve you.'
Buckman signed the papers, Tatton I
received his package, and they re
turned to the party.
They all smoked up.
"Now for the nh," said Haggardy.
Tatton waa feeling a little blue.
"Ye." repeated the captain, "now
For Stylish Men
Suits with the Snap, Style and Finish. Be correctly
drvHKCtl. It cost no more if you see ,
: 482 Commercial Street.
for the fish. I hone thev won't hp
em showed herself In I'asMumaquoddy atratA ..,, ,. ,,, ...
I afraid of my bait, like the grocer was
of my hills. Boys, you don't know
rival in fcaatport, was brought to re- how rloMP MM . ,.,
mawmknrn nrn Jim rlr nAiVAiia.tnn I
limoke. You can thank Buckman for!
many proent. thft inhmttMn
I aurinoae." mi Id Ihn rdntuln. "vou I
all live un to the good old custom of cu
, . ,u . . I The captain told his experience
m.i, t. th- ,uu . ,.,t r wllh th rocer "nO th tae money,
. . . ' land all had a eood lauvh.
grace, I always do, ana on tnia oc-1
casalon I will ask the gentleman on J , 'U'y for Tatton that Buck-
my right. Deacon Smith, to favor Us mn'went with him." eald Haggardy.
There is a quality in Royal
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the food more digestible and
wholesome. This peculiarity
of Royal has been noted by
physicians, and tbey accord
ingly endorse and recom
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fish to give away upon their return
to East port.
Captain Tatton spent three week
along the Maine coast, and enjoyed
everything but the "tobacco" deaL
He aaye it is doubtful If Maine win
be up to tbe money In the next hun
Our Diwgs Are Pure
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with a word."
The deacon asked a short bleslng,
after which the captain rose to his
feet and toasted as follows:
"Here's to Cousin Ben.
His good wife and ten
And all my friends
It's happy you may be
In this village by the sea
But you should see Astoria."
After an hour spent at luncheon
and toaatlng It was time to say good
night and goodby. Best wishes were
exchanged by all, and at 11:20 the last
of the callers had aald farewell.
Next morning at I the friends In
vited on the Ashing trip were on band.
and at 1:30 were sailing to Lord's
The party was long on everything
but tobacco.. Tatton volunteered to
walk, three miles to the roadhouse If
Haggardy would land, and bring
smoking and chewing. The boat was
rawed ashore and Buckman joined
Tatton on his tramp. They reached
Sam Brown's' store at femtthers'
Corners, and made a generous pur
chase of the weed. Tatton had no I
silver in his pockets, and handed the
merchant a crisp five-dollar bllL
Brown picked It up and handled. It
very carefully. He took his specks
from the money drawer and looked at
every letter and figure through the
"Well my friend." said Brown, "I
might be mistaken In this bill, but I
tell you, It looks just like 'stage1
money to me. A play actor passed
one on me last summer, and I don't
think I want any more of them."'
Tatton atudled the man behind the
counter a few seconds the sailor was
silently mixxled. and. deciding It a
Joke, began to laugh.
" The captain's Jovial way did not
move Mr. Brown It was on the square
"Well gentlemen, this Is my store
and that's my tobneco. I frankly re-
"Brown might have gone after him
with the cheese knife, and taken re
venge for the deal he received last
summer. Tattbn, take my advice.
exchange all your new bills for old
ones new money don't look good in I
this neck of the woods." .
'All right, Haggardy; we'll take no
The boat was anchored, and all
lines overboard in short order. Fish
were plentiful, and tbe captain and bis
party enjoyed the sport. They had j
is a common complaint, very annoying:
and often serious u the proper remedy
be not administered. The secretive
organs must be put in a thorough
working condition. If you would like
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In the fall of 189J I contracted that fear
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After Spending all the means I had I wtnt
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suffering I was discharged a cuied. In
less than a month every bone in my body
seemed to be affected and felt as if they
would break at the least exertion. Again
I was compelled to resign, and I returned
to the hospital for a seven "week stay,
When I came out I was advised to try
farming. When I first went on the farm I
prevailed on the only firm who bandied
drugs to get me one dozen bottles of S. S.
S. .At that time both of my hands were
broken out with blisters and I was covered
with boils and sores. In the meantime my
druggist had gotten two doten bottles of
S. S. 8, for me and I began ita use, and
after taking the thirteenth bottle not
sore or boil waa visible. R. B. Powgu.
East 9th St., Little Rock, Ark.
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