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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1916)
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In 0t Famous CmM River Ruin and Ok Valley. Fruit.
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. PRICE, POSTPAID, $1-00. 504-5
A Well Painted Barn .
Wia Sar tl Cost of New On
See Your Paint Dealer Now
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f par Ik ar aach a aaa aa ia DaaAa)
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kr Canard MM rm tarn.
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(art aMre aar luiliil ML
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fai aar awrtar. tat Car" aa.
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Man at aarlillfta la allaal aa4 avvaa aaM.
ImM aa Canada. IT nMaaiH araar alart.
T. Ctmi LA0AI0. aalafc CaUMraJa.
, Th Total Sum.
The three children came and stood
In a row In front of their mother.
"Mamma," they said, "what would
yon like for your birthday T"
The mother looked down benicnly
upon the group and answered:
"My dears, mamma want nothing
for her birthday, nothing but three
good children. She'd like that"
"But then, mamma.' cried the eld
eat, "then we'd be alx." Philadelphia
"Physician Cure Thyself."
T see yon have a cold like every
"This isn't a cold. I simply got
hoarse telling all my friends how to
cure their colds." Washington Star.
Not Quite. .
He That scene quite took , my
breath away. t
She (tartly) Well, yon had It with
' yon when yon came back after the act
, Contrary Reception.
" "The speaker advocated a square
"And got a round of applause." BsJ-
He Marriage ought to be one grand
sweet song. .
She It would be if the air of that
.' song were a millionaire. Baltimore
American. : .
? "Nobody likes the umpire."
"It's the logical result of trying to
be strictly neutral." Louisville Courier-Journal.
P. N. U.
No. 21, 1918
" tala aaa
af ailmanra of
aad man with
fraia 1M ara
fcuda and aelabtoa. which an akaowa ta
thm aaalieal actanca of Uu aattntry.
Writ for blank and eirrulan. Seal stasia.
CXJNaULTAllON FREK. AAltaaa
Tbe C et f Cbaese Meditate C.
Um Tint eu PorUmnd. Ora.
. ... Mantra Paper,
Works of Art.
"Where did you find this wonderful
follow-up system? It would get money
out of anybody."
"I simply compiled and adapted the
letters my son sent me from college."
p C Gee Wo
r, g(HL,,niM Baaai
' ffi. ., i ...fill Verb-
i I out apeiation. aaaij
t 1 from tfca womiarfui
I . . . 1 n.,-aaa harha. loota
A Famous Physician's
After a series of careful experiments
ami taera at tha Invalids' Hotel and
Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y, cov
ering many years nr. fierce, me
medical director of that hospital made
announcement that he could prove
that a medicine which he called "AN
URIC" was the beat uric acid solvent
now to be had. As a remedy for those
easily recognised symptoms of inflam
mation as scalding urine, backache
and frequent urination, as well as sedi
ment in the urine, or If uric acid In
the Mood has caused rheumatism, lum
t,.,'i iCiatlca, gout. It is simply won
derful how quickly "Anuric" acts;
can t'P the pains and stiffness rapidly
to . , ; ear.
i hanila ankles, feet, are due
; 5 . cal condition, orten caused
' l kidneys. Naturally
v i j i. Jjeya are deraaged the
McKay Bunding. PORTtANO, ORE.
HAYE YOU HARD ABOUT IT?
Ik lAra KNry-ukac 13 M
If fa are ae a Haiaraaaa CVaa aat-r.
mm aa faar aa aa af ataaalM Mtar
aaaaas aaaUrahoHai Fe.
TEE BJUELWOOO CO, r&-t Orttw
HIDES, PELTS, CASCARA EAEK
We want al mhn. WrIM Par prkaa Mat
re, inc n. F. mwiww
J NVerth free it- Parllaaa, Oa.
The Sky Pilot
Owing to a fog. a steamer stopped
at the mouth of a river. An old lady
became very nervous and inquired of
the captain the cause of the delay.
"Cant see up the river ." replied the
Rut rantaln. I can see the stars
overhead," she argued.
"Tea," said He gruiiiy, oui
the boilers bust we aint going that
way." American Boy.
In Berlin These Days,
hara. mv friend, what on
earth are yea waiting fort You've
been standing ber. lor aa nour u u.
"I ra waiting- ror a car.
"But at least Ave have Just gone
. "Tea, but not the one with the pret
ty conductor!" Clk, Berlin.
Coals to Newcastle.
VntRor was meaaurlna- a dose of
tonic for her little son. who looked up
-What am I taking this forr
"An appetite." she replied.
"An appetite," he scornfully repeat
ed. "I cant begin to hold now one
halt I want to eat." Philadelphia Led
ger. One Process.
Sln-a f rason Urine; next door tO
a dealer In antique rugs Tve learned a
thing or two about the rug business.
k mm mi a aral vsrv ranidlv bv
allnarlna- a faar vnnnntejra to nae It as
a playground." Philadelphia PubUc
- Total Loss.
T can never be yours. Hers are
"All very tine. But wno s going to
return all those cigars I bought your
father and all those Quarters I gave
your little brother r Louisville Courier-Journal.
. First Landlady I manage to keep
my boafrders longer than yon do.
Second Landlady O, I don't know.
Ton keep them so thin that they look
longer than they really are, Path
finder. A Sad Diagnosis.
"Well." said Binkins, "the doctors
say that I am as sound as a dollar."
"That's tough." said Wilkins. "A
dollar doesn't last very long these
days." Philadelphia Ledger.
means much towards the
preservation of your
health. The stomach
must be fcept strong, the
liver must be active and
the bowels regular. As
soon as there is any de
viation from those con
ditions you should try
No Expensive Trip.
"Are you going rusticate this sum
mer T" ' . ; -
"Oh. no. nothing so expensive.
We're lust going down on the farm."
blood is filled with poisonous waste
matter, which settles in the feet, an
kles and wrists; or under the eyes In
It Is Just as necessary to keep the
kidneys acting properly its to keep the
bowels active. , .
The very best posslbIe"way to take
care of yourself is to tf.ker a glass of
hot water before meals and aa "An
uric" tablet In this way it) is readily
dissolved with the food, pica ed up by
the blood and finally reacheti the kid
neys, where It has a tonic: effect is
rebuilding those organs.
Step into the drug store snt,l ask for
a SO-cent Dackaea of "Anuric" sr send
Dr. Pierce 10c. for trial peks;. Anuric"
many umes more potent man iiuiia,
eliminates nric acid as hot wat" melts
sugar. A short trial will conviacli you,
NORTHWIST MARKCT REPORTS;
GENERAL CROP CONDITIONS
Portland Wheat Blueatem, $1.03
par bushel; forty fold, fcc; club, Vic;
red Fife, tie; red Ruaaian, Vie.
Ila Eastern Or iron timothy. 23
23.60 par ton; alfafla, old cro, 1
Milfeed Spot prices: Bran, 123.80
nar ton: shorts. 1 2d. 60: rolled barley.
Corn Whole, J0 per ton; wkw,
Vamtahlaa Artichokes. $1 Per
dosen; tomatoes, $4.25 per crate; cab-
bags, 3.50st3 par nunarea; gmruo,
lOe per pound; peppers, 17dt20c;
amntiant SO61 5e; horseradish, 64c;
cauliflower, 75ci$U0; lettuce, $1.86
2.85 per crate; cucumbers,
per box; spinach, iH6e per pound; as
paragus, 76h90 per dosen, l per
box; rhubarb, perpounu, aa,
646c; beans, Jktflle; celery, $3.60
Potatoes Jobbing prices: Oregon,
ll.4WU.65 per sack; Yakimaa, $1;
new California, 4ij,5c per pound. Buy.
tnff prices: Oregon, l(Cl.l.
nniom Chmonn. il.SS ta 1.60 per
sack; Texas Bermudas, $1.60t.
Green Fruit Strawberries, vregon,
$2tt2.60 per crate; California, 76cq
$1.65; apples, $1 it 1.76 per box;
gooseberries, 8c per pound; cherries,
$1.601.76 per box.
Eggs Jobbing prices: Oregon
ranch, candled. 23e per dosen; un
Poultry Hens, 17(.il7 per pound;
atan lSe: broilers. 286i.30c: turkeys.
live, 18t20c; turkeys, dressed, choice.
23(25c; ducks, 16((j;18c; geese, iuc
Butter Extras, prints. 28!t29e per
pound; prime firsts, 27c; firsts, 26c;
cubes. 24$25c; butterfat. No. 1, 27c,
delivered Portland; No. 2, 26c; store
Veal Fancy, ll(fil2c per pound.
Pork Fancy, 10Kille per pound.
Hods 1916 crop. 10ftil2e; 1916 con
WooJ Eastani Oregon, 2129e per
pound; valley, 33g36c; mohair, new
Cascara bark Old ana new, ec per
Cattle bteers, cnoics grain anu
railn ca7.V?9.16: choics bar. 63-60i
8.76: sood. 38.lMi8.60: medium, $7.76
8.16; cows, choice, $7.608; good.
IS. 76 7.25; medium, 6.a e?
heifers. $S$8.25; bulls, $2.756;
stags. $35.25. .- .
Hogs Prime light, S9(9.i; goou
to prime, $8.60tW.76; rough heavy,
$7.908; pigs and skips. $7.08.
Sheep YearUngs, S.ZiClu; wein-
ers, $89.05; ewes, 7,; lamos.
English Beer Output Cut;
Oregon Hop Market Affected
Portland The export demand for
bops is not going to be as much of a
factor in the coming season as in past
years, unless the war is brought to a
dose, ss production of beer in England
is to be limited.
Word baa been received from Lon
don that arrangements have been mads
between the British government and
the Brewers' society to redoes the
beer output from April L 1916, by 28
per cent of the output of the year
ended September 80, 1914. The aim
of this restriction is to reduce the im
portation of brewing materials by
S3 1-3 per cent, though no direct steps
will be taken to restrict the importa
tion of material. ,
At the momenr tbere is a very good
market st all points on the Coast, and
prices are, if anyhting, steadier than
' The Furnish crop of 195 bales at
Reedville was bought by Ralph E.
Williams st 10) cents. Offers ss high
ss Hi cents were made Tor good Ore
gons in other sections.
The Chamberlain lot of 126 bales at
Chehalis was purchased by Harry L.
Hart at 10 cents. Another important
Western Washington deal was the sale
of 350 bales of the Klaber crop at Che
halis at 11 cents. In Yakima orders
at 11 cents -are going unfilled. Only
five crops remain unsold in the Yakima
. In Sonoma, where unsold stocks are
reduced to 8000 bales, bids are out at
11 and 12 cents. The sale by Mrs.
Duncan of 115 bales of Sonomaa at 11
cent is reported. Hofer & Johnson
sold 99 bales of Mendocinos, but the
price was not wired. Marks bought
the Gerber crop of 263 bales of Sacra
men toe at 91 cents.
New Fruit Plan Is Adopted. -Wenatcbee,
Wash. It is probable
that the majority of the large tonnage
expected from the up-river country
this season will be packed out through
community or central packing sheds.
The system of co-operative packing
which has proven a success in Califor
nia and Oregon has received a strong
impetus in Okanogan county and the
large centers. Ira Cleveland, ef the
Growers' league, expert on central
packing, has returned from a two
weeks' campaign through the up-river
country. Growers like the new system.
Sheep Weather Storm.
Pendleton, Or. Despite the extreme
cold weather which has accompanied
the storm here the past few days,
thorn have been no losses reported
from Umatilla county sheepmen. Sev
eral of the stockmen heeded tne timeiy
warning sent out and postponed shear
ing until warmer weather.
Dan Smyths, prominent Arlington
sheepman, who has just finished shear
ing aaM t.hona was no severe storm
at Arlington and his sheep are safe.
Warmer weather is predicted tne last
of the week. -
Fruit Damage Is Now Feared.
Marshfield, Or. Fear is felt here
for the fruit crop, particularly berries,
in the finish of the present storm,
which commenced five days ago. The
weather has been cold and much hail
has fallen at intervals, Srawberries
which are about coming into market
will be injured unless there is a sudden
ending of the storm. Nearly three
and a half inches of precipitation is
the record for five days.
K ftjoaev Pads
Bslsam of Myrrh
A LIN IMS NT
Foe Cut. Bunt,
Strains, Stiff Neck, X
OlJSores, Open Wounds, NJ
and mil External Injuries.
t!ad9 Sirica 1843.
ISice 25 SO sad $1.00
The kindly old squire was giving a
little treat to the villas school chil
dren. After tea he stepped oa to the
platform and announced, with a beam
ing smile: .
Now I am going to perform certain
actions and you must guess what pro
verb they represent The boy or girl
who succeeds first will receive a quar
That did It Instantly every eye was
fixed on him.
First of all, the old man lay down
on the platform. Then one man came
forward and tried ta vain to lift htm.
Two others came to his aid. and be
tween them they raised the squire,
who was rather portly.
The actions were meant to represent
the motto union Is strength. When
t... h.,l rtni.hoH tha anulra steDDed
forward and asked if any child had
solved tne puiaie..
At once a srubbr hand shot up and
an eager voice squeaked:
"Let sleeping dogs lie. Amirivau
"A Better Barrel
of Flour Cheaper"
BoBcy-EakiDf "MIDGET MARVEL"
OMawaaasnalt. tm kn aauhl sew
EARYEL KILL CONSTRUCTION CO.
500 brasher Exchange, Portland, Or.
a . , a. IT .1
ffilrili Ere inflamed by eipo-
E? . cuickly relirrrd by Werla
WT flfi I r BtaMa. No gmarUnz.
wJr , VSa-v just E, comfort. At
your Droggwr's S0c per 4ole. Msrl-S tfS
ftatVSin l UbM2C. f oraaiaiiail.i,
Druggiats or Mertw. ty Bsmwdy C., Cakago
Did the Trick.
Patriotism is a strong instinct In the
breast of a certain elderly lady, who
was recently much troubled at the
failure of her three nephews to enlist
They were such stalwart sturdy fel
lows that she was ashamed of them.
When strong hints had been recelv
.i in Bf lonA hr nAttanc became ex
hausted. One day she sent a telegram
to each or tne urea, i nese au ours
the same message:
vnn- mnnin la calling. Wire re
ply if you wish to borrow my ear-
Bhe is now very proud of her three
lads in khaki. London Answers.
rt P(.-.aa Ptaaant Peltnta are the
original little Kver pills put up 40 yesrs
sgo. , They regulate liver and bowels.
Mr. Tompkins was obliged to stop
overnight at a small country hotel. He
was shown to his room by the one boy
the place afforded, a colored lad.
"I am glad there's a rope here In
case of fire," commented Mr. Tomp
kins as he surveyed the room, "but
what's the idea of putting a Bible In
the room in such a prominent place."
"Dat am intended fob use, sab," re
plied the boy, "In case de fire am too
far advanced fob yo' to make yo es
cape, sab." Philadelphia Public Led
ger. Ta Br cat: la New Sbeea,
alwT ahaka in Allen' Koot-ataa, a pnrdr,
t euro hot, wiaum, achlnf, wollmi ieet.
?urea eortia, Inrrowiiig nailaand bunion. At
til dm irlaia and ihe aterM, IV-. Iim atteept
inrauUUtuU. HamplrmallMl'BKit Addraaj
iUea.CiimsWd, Le hot
On the 6sfs Old.
Jones and his wife were seated at
the dining room table perusing the
evening papers when the door bell
rang. Jones arose to answer it whon
bis wife said: .
"Let me hide those umbrellas De-
fore you let them in."
"Why, do you tntnx someooay wui
steal them?" asked Jones.
"No," replied his wife. "Someone
mffcht recognize them." Philadelphia '
"I'm so oblivious to everything ex
cept my art when I am on the stage,"
aid Hamlet Tiepacer, "that 1 never
can see the audience."
"So the box office reports," said the
manager. Browning's Magazine.
niKV tT T VTf I PS . -4 aarhare.
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UrM, rsHM. tU aUi
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OVari Will mA twtl g
lufaro naytrilRf .
tr itilrtT, 4W
BAaOLS KatMS, IMBeEalk Ar. SraaUra, B. X.
Tsr- i I IT ,
mm civB to ccnntsror;DD.TS
a-v V tl.UU.1 UiD IW vmarti . iii.M.nd regi L. '" "J
I!IS AITimDE TOWARD
Wsahlngton, D. (X-PreIJnt W'lU
,t,.i l.u nloHt maila nubile t
frank and Intniiats review of his three
years in the White House awl his Im
pressions of foreign and domestic
for Washington corr-apontlents galh
rd at th National lres flub. II
spoke of th difficulties of th Presl'
i j K.i...,i.,t nf tha motives
which have guided his handling of th
"Anwrloa," th IWdent wlJ. "w
for peace because she Uve snd W
lieves th present war ha eartid th
nation sngagi so far that they can
not be held to ordinary standarda of
II added th United States has
... K. nna nf tha STaateat na
tion of the world ami therefor must
act "more or less from th point of
view of th rest of th world."
? t ...w,l rataln m moral lnflU-
nc over a man except by occasionally
DR. ALEXIS CARREL
Dr. Alexia Carrel ef th Rockfllr
Institut, working with Dr. Henry D.
Dskln In th r ranch mlllUry hespiul
st Cemplsgns, has dlacoverad a nw
antlaaptle which. If cpplled In time,
ta said to mak Infection In wound
knocking him down," h said; "if that
is the only basis on wnicu ne win r.
speet me, then for the sake of his soul
I have got occasionally to knock him
The President declared h had been
kept awake night considering th Eu
ropean situation, "because ther
might come a time when the United
States would hsvs to do what I did not
desire to do," and "th great burden
on my spirits has been that it has been
op to me to choose when that time
came. " He added that he did not con
ceive that he had been elected Presi
dent to do as he pleased. "If I war
it would hav been much more interest
Ing," hs said.
Won.es Suffragists tsd 10,000
; K3e Tom- at WasMsgtoa, D.C
Washington, D. C Envoys of the
Congressional Union for Woman Suf
frage brought their 10,000-mile, 88
day tour of the country to a climax
Tuesday night with a final plea to
about 60 representatives and senators
gathered in tha rotunda of the capital
for passage of the Susan B. Anthony
suffrage amendment at this session of
A dosen suffragists, including sev-
aral ranMUUmtatiVM Of States In Which
women are enfranchised, urged their
cause and hinted broadly mai mis
would be a good year for both Demo
crats snd Republicans to get on the
suffrage band wagon.
As many spectators as could crowd
! tha mtiinla liaijtnnd to tha BDeecb-
es and hundreds stood In the plata out
side to applaud tne tunragtsis..
' Ship Bill Is Taken Up,
Washington, D. C The administrs
tion shipping bill was taken up in ths
house under s special rule and fixed
Friday for the vole on tne measur ana
any amendments. Many speeches were
marl. Renublican eenerally being
against the bill and Democrats for it
The rule wss adopted by a vote of 191
to 141, after an hours discussion.
Malnritv Leader Kltchin. who had not
been counted on to champion the bill,
spoke vigorously for it ana toia tne
Democrats if they would stand together
it would be passed. '
- Harbor Bill Progresses.
Washington, D. C Some progress
was made on the river and harbor ap
propriation bill in the senate, alter a
week of filibustering by Senator Ken
vnn anH Sherman. Senator Harding
made a speech attacking the measure
as extravagant senator emoot win
launch a fight against the action of the
Mmmarea mmmittea in striking OUt a
$600,000 project for deepening ths ap
proach to th Naw York navy yard.
This, the only new project in ths bill
ss passed by the house, wss inserted
at the request of the President.
Neutral Trade Drops. j
Waahlnofnn. Ti. CRestrIctions on
commerce by th British order In coun
cil , sre credited here witn Deing tne
cause of sharp declines In American
avrvnrra ri tha Northern Euro Dean neu
trals during . the last year. Figures
assembled in tne bureau oz oomeaiic
commerce show tht Norway slone of
tha Minntriea in tha north had increas
ed purchases in ths United States.
Spain and Switzerland, nowever, are
buying in America.
r L I
Two private in Highland regi
" beg r..ng l th- '
to th rival menu ol Kdlnbi '
OiaVsow-a burning topic north ol the
T "Ay." n' hlt I er IC.tlntourBh"
sneered th Glaswegian. Na.thlu' bit
. TT-ViV.. - an' ruin oa ylo
aid sn' a row u' ludgiu" house o th
"hJUl Jl' l!k r'a
w ha In Fdlnburhl" protested th
man from that oily. ,
oo. ay I V ba om fin prl
oolM . . a ,k- .
"Weel, sn" nn w "
ss mony cheap trip rra OIel
"ller. om. u' th warld' gres--t
heroes ll In ai-anae!" snapped th
Ulaagow man angrily,
"lieroest llumphl Boonr ca thm
martyr fur livln' Iherel"
"Ye will find Oli
the globel" proudly.
"Mibb"v-aliulr-"n' gr l'd ta
be onl o' It 1 "
"At ony rat." ld th Olssgow man
firmly. "OIa Is far greater place
than Edinburgh!" ,
"Awe', monl Kdluburgh Is th capi
tal o- Bcotlandt"
ih.i'a aa Riav be. WSS lh
Qlasweglans final hit "Hut heave"
help ye If ye gang uoun rsi "
o' a Betterday ulcht an' say III" Lon
How to Heal Itching,
Burning Skin Diseases
rlficior suxBcats this
simple, but reliable snd ineipenslv.
i iim.ni f.ir tiMtula suffertos
with ecirma. ringworm, raahea and
similar itching, burning sain irouoiaa.
At any reliable druglt'B gel a jar
u.ll nlntntant 111.1 a CakS Of r-
U IWIHVI w - - -
Inol soap. The are not at all expen
sive. WMh the realnol soap anu warm
water bath th effected parts thor-
..mil thaw ara free frttm CniatS
and th skin la softened. Iwy very
gently, spread on a mm layer 01 m
reslnol ointment, snd cover with a
li. k. Vv. .).... If naraaaar tA nrolact
the clothing. This should be don
twice a day. Usually tn uieirvaaina
Itching and burntug stop with th first
treatment, and lh skin soon become
clear and healthy again. Adv.
They were a very saving old couple,
and aa a result they had a beautifully
One day th old woman miasea ner
husband. . .
"Joseph, where are your sh called
"I'm resting In lh parlor." cam in
""What oa th sofyr cried th old
"No, on th floor."
Not oa that crand carpet!" cam
in tone of anguish.
"No. rv roliea it up. f armmB
Neat Bast Thing.
A hospital nurse waa testing a vol
unteer on his practical knowUdge of
first aid work.
"Now, what would yon do In caa a
man eollapaedT" sh saked.
OIe blm some brandy, ml," re
plied th man.
"But Buppoa you had no brandy f"
"Sure, then." h answered cheer
fully. "I'd promise him sum." Phil
adelphia Public Ledger.
"What's this, daughter! Too let
Mr. Flubdub, whom you barely know,
"Now mother, let's get this thing
right I didn't let blm kla me. 1
merely let him try." Louisville four
Queen of the May th climate Is per
Each spring the danger's greater;
It might be prudent II you would, re
In a refrigerator.
Washington Star. .
For Forty Years Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound Has Been
Woman's Most Reliable Medicine
-Here is More Proof.
To women who are Buffering from some form of
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Testimony from Oklahoma.
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From a Grateful Manachusetta Woman.
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mation and was examined by a physician who found
that my trouble waa caused Ir a dlanlaoement.
My symptoms were bearlnp down
ana siuggwa uver. i tnea several Kinds ot medl
cine; then I waa asked to try Lydla E. Hnkham's
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and highly recommend it" Jirg. 11. If, Osaoou,
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If yon want sneelal advioe writ to Lydla
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la strict conudcasoa ,
if he asks you
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He wants todo
you a favor
brands to rec
th Made ef UI.
In a a.Haln nl.l ruhtanad eoOBlrf
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A new waller, fresh from Ireland,
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ant they all favored. To btio a clerk
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"Pat have any of the other officer
been her yet this morning V
"Hure. or," was th demure reply,
.kiln l-Ml'a avea lalllklrd. "It WSS
hardly three minute ago that waa av
thlm went out or in piac wiui ei
sword behind hi earl" London An
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"MlB-aW small boy say great
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"II uttered hi etasterplec th oth
er evening in the presence of B bug
"What was ltr
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sayr" Washington Star.
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"Ye. They ought to get beck a
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sas City Journal. , ,
Krk4fkU -" I
North Crandon, "WLcn I wag 16 yesri
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heard of Lydia & llnkhain'a VrgeUbIa Compound
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