Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19??, April 22, 1911, Image 7

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    Loss of Appetite
Which Is so common in the spring Of
upon the return of warm weather, is
loss of vitality, vigor or tone, and is
often a forerunner of prostrating dis­
ease.
It is serious and especially so to
people that must keep up and doing or
get behindhand.
The best medicine to take for it Is
the great constitutional remedy
Hood’s Sarsaparilla
Which purifies and enriches the blood
and builds up the whole system.
Get it today in usual liquid form 01
chocolated tablets known as Sarsatab*.
I have the great­
est
seller out;
lew ly patented article; carried in pocket. Send
16c in stam ps for sam ple to Pocket Door Lock Co.,
IttU M ohawk Bldg., Portland, Oregon.
1GENTS and SOLICITORS
M
O H A I R
THE
w ° ° DLEr d
•eea Toma tee».
Growers having a choice variety of
tomatoes should select the best and
sarllcst ripe fruit for seed. A dozen
vines of this same kind planted In the
-ame soil and given the same fertil­
izing and culture will show marked
differences In order of ripening and In
the yield. Let the fruit get fully ripe;
he pulp of the tomatoes should be
¡oft, the seed can then be easily
squeezed out into a par. of water. Let
the seed remain in ths water over
night; the next day drain off, then
wash in several waters to remove the
mucilage.
strain through muslin,
¡queeze the water qjut of the seed,
then spread the seed on papers to dry
in the sun. The seed should be dry
ind hard before wrapping up. Mark
inch variety distinctly, and the date
y t ripening.
Keep In tin box away
'rom mice.
W rite Today fo r Prices
H. F
N O R T O N CO.
313 and 3 15 Front S t
A T IL Z i Send fo r prices and
T l £ T l 1 j C\.
Shipping tage.
TH E O B E P N H E M CO.
247 A:*h St., Portland, Ore.
A
iv a .
I f so send today fo r ’
book "H o w to get well
and keep w ell.”
DR. H. ,
^W. FREEZE, Neurologist, 308 Merduais Trust Bldg. Portland, Or i
'' s
i c k
?
Bismarck W.as Superstitious.
The great Prince Bismarck was
not without superstition and l h i 3 al­
ways was noticeable on the eye of
the new year, From nine o'clock that
night until after midnight he would
not take water in any circumstances
from a glass
It was an ancient tradi­
tion In the chancellor's family that any­
one who set the legend at defir ice
would pees through a serious illness.
and
BELLS
Generously Offer» to Cut Her Hue
band’s Hair W hen He Suggests
Cutting Expenses.
KO D A KS
T l/F
Too
W IFE’S WAY OF ECONOMIZING
PORTLAND. ORE.
Write for catalogan* and literature.
Developing
»nd printing. Mail orders given prom pt attention
I o r t la n d P h o to S u p p ly C o.
149 Third street
P O R T L A N D ORE.
FEW
M n n y o n ’ s R h e u m a t is m R e m e d y r e lie v e s
p n iu s iu th e le g * , a rm s , b a c k , s t iff o r
s w o lle u J o in ts.
C o n ta in s n o m o r p h in e ,
©plum , c o c a in e o r d r u g s t o d e a d e n the
p a in .
I t n e u t r a liz e s th e a d d a n d d riv e s
o u t a ll r h e u m a tic p o is o n s f r o m th e s y s ­
tem . W r it e P r o f . M u n y o n , 53d a n d J e ff­
e r s o n S ts., p h iia .. P u ., f o r m e d ic a ) ad­
v ice . a b s o lu t e ly fre e .
P r e p a r e d t o r c -r n c r y u n c y .
“What makes you keep giving m«
fish for dinner day after day?*' he in
quired. "Are you particularly fond o:
it?” “ No,” she replied, ” I was whollj
unselfish. I read a lovely recipe abou'
how to remove a fish bone when 1’
sticks In your throat, and I wanted U
try i t ”
“ Bills, bills, b ills!” cried the dis­
tracted man.
“ They come morning,
afternoon and night. But what doesn’t
come Is the money to pay them with.”
“ Never mind, dear,” said his wife,
sweetly, as she pirouetted before the
mirror in a new' hat. “ I expect it’ll
turn up.”
“ You women B eem to think money
turns up as easily as a handle turns
round!" growled the harassed hubby.
"But It doesn’t.
Look here, Julia,”
he added, firmly, “ you and I will have
to economize.”
Julia stopped pirouetting and looked
serious.
“ How, dear?" she asked. “W e need
everything we have.”
"Nonsense! We can surely, each of
us, make one small sacrifice. For In­
stance, in future I shall shave myself.
Now, what will you do?"
She considered for a moment. Then
Bhe exclaimed: "I know, dear! I’ll
cut your hair!"
Evidence of It.
FARMS, ACREAGE
CITY REAL ESTATE AND HOMES
3 3 0 Rail* ay E xchange Building, Portland, Or.
Skylights
Tanks
Gutters
Down Spouts Steel Ceiling
¡EVEN
YEARS OF
MISERY
Two young women of Wayne were
talking about men and things—prin­
cipally men— the other day, when one
of them remarked with strange shy­
ness;
“ You ought to have heard Mr. El­
liott’s ringing speech to me last
night."
Her friend looked more than a lit­
tle astonished. "Speech,” she repeat­
ed, “ I didn’t know he ever made a
speech In his life.”
“ O, but he did,” the first maiden In­
sisted; "I— I can’t repeat the speech,
but I can show you the ring."
RULES
FOR
DIETING!
Much Trifling With
Digestion
These Days and Much Harm
Results.
Here are a few rules that the girl
who Is determined to diet does well
to observe. There Is too much trifling
with our digestion these days, and not
the least harm Is done by the notion
for undereating.
Never diet on the advice of a friend.
Her regimen may have done wonders
for her and will put you to bed or
make you a sorry-Iooking wreck.
Don’t diet to excess at any time.
Girls, make sure she knows dietetics.
Many physicians, ( h o d In o;h r things,
ave little knowlegp of the effect of
’ood upon the system.
If you want to diet from a cause, as
from diabetes or kidney trouble, do It
religiously; almost better not begin
than to do It spasmodically, letting up
whenever food temps you.
If you only diet for the sake of fig­
ure or compUxtion, count the cost be-
.ore starting Cutting out the foods
of ordinary family meals Is hard. Ask
ourself, "Which means most to me,
'.he loss of a few pounds or being a
nuisance at mealtime?”
Don’t keep on dieting If you feel
that It disagrees with you. This holds
good even wHVn your food list is care­
fully censored by a rhyisiclan. The
b f 't of thetn will make mistakes.
Finu out In time what fs wrong.
Don’t diet to excess at any time.
Women often go to the point of weak­
ening their entire system by Injudi­
ciously following a doctor's advice.
Common sense and moderation are
good thing1; to hold to In tho matter
of food. _________________
ART C REATION
Fanam n-Pncific International E xposition.
E verybody buys Transfer Em blem in tw elve
colors, three beautiful maidens represen tin g C om ­
merce, M anufacturing anti A g ricu ltu re, size ten
inches, b 'f g t t t sell.ws o i l Earth, t r:in.-f*-rs < n a n y ­
thing.
A g en ts wanted. Sam ple by mail WJc.
D on’t delay.
Address 1915 E x position A d Co.,
'433 M arket St., San Francisco.
Taking the Rain Cur*.
The complexion cure of the Irish so­
ciety belle is the rain cure, according
to the Pall Mall Gazette. The Irish
woman puts on her raincoat, and a
small hat, without veil, and saunters
out for a brisk walk In the hardest
downpour, letting the fresh drops play
on her face as they will. When she
returns to her home she changes her
wet clothes, rubs her face with a sofb
warm towel and rests all her facial
muscles. _________________
TRY
MURINE
EYE
REMEDY
We Give Avuay
Absolutely Free o f Cost
The People’ s Common Sense Medical Adviser, in Plain
English, or Medicine Simplified, by R. V . Pierce, M. D .f
Chief Consulting Physician to the Invalids’ Hotel and Sur
gical Institute at Buffalo, a book of 1008 large pages and
over 700 illustrations, in strong paper covers, to any one sending 21 ooe-cent
stamps to cover cost of mailing only, or, in French Cloth binding for 31 stamps.
Over 680,000 copies of this complete Family Doctor Book were sold in cloth
Finding at regular price of $1.50. Afterwards, one and a half million copies
were given away as above. A new, up-to-date revised edition is now ready
lor mailing. Better send NOW, before ail are gone. Address W o r l d ’ s D is »
p l n s a r y M e d i c a l A s s o c i a t i o n , R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y .
DR. PIERCE’S
FAVORITE
T H E O N E R E M E D Y f o r w o m e n w h ic h co n ta in s n o a lc o h o l and
n o h a b it-fo r m in g d ru g s. M a d e fr o m n ative m e d ic in a l fo r e s t r o o ts
o f w e ll establish ed c u r a tiv e v a lu e.
la a deceptive disease —
thousands
have
it
and
don’t know it.
I f you want
good results you can make
I no m istake by using Dr. K ilm er’ s Sw am p-Root,
| the great kidney remedy. A t druggieta in tifty-
I cent and dollar sizes. Sam ple bottle by mail free,
¡a ls o pam phlet telling you how to find out if you
have kidney trouble.
A d dress Dr. Kilm er & Co.. Bingham ton. N. Y.
K ID N E Y
TROUBLE
SAVE BEST HENS FOR MATING
Leg Band and Trap Nest Are Alm ost
Indispensable for Success—
Care of Flock.
The season Is approaching when
the poultry keeper will be gin to pick
out his best birds for the next sea­
son’s matings. None but the best
should be used In the breeding pens,
and If the breeder has hatched eggs
On Wrong Scent.
from his best hens of last season ho
Half the world Is one the wrong
Is reasonably sure of some good scent In the pursuit of happiness.
birds. If a breeder is trying for per­ They think It consists in having and
fection In any form, tho leg band and getting and in being served by others.
the trap nest are almost indispens­ It consists in giving and in serving
able.
others.—Henry Drummond.
The careful breeder can estimate
very closely the value of the young
Too Expensive.
stock for future breeders. He knows
“ This cigar tastes like it was made
the good and bad points of each of his of cabbage,” growls the customer.
birds, and has mated to overcomo "H u h !" replies the clerk. "If von
defects and improve points already knew the wholesale price of cabbage
good. Every year he Is nearer perfec­ this year you wouldn't Insinuate that
tion, and every year greater care is It could be put In a flve-cent cigar.”
taken of the flock, for he has learned _____■___________-V___ u_.— ____
..
J
the value of cleanliness and proper
food. Insects will never sap the life
of his flock and kill the vitality of I
hla breeders. Tainted food or water
never reaches them, everything Is .
freeh, pure and clean. They have
= TRY =
plenty of room in their winter quar­
ters, and he provides exercise by
throwing the grain In chaff on the
floor. He does this In the evening
after they have gone to roost, and
they have had their breakfast long |
before he has had his own morning
meal.
After he has learned the right way
and got a fairly good start, the work
Is easy and pleasant, and seems to |
I f y o u h a v e lo s t y o u r
swing along without any difficulty. I
g o o d h e a l t h l e t the Bit­
As in everything else. It Is the begin- j
ner who experiences the difficulties, !
ters h e l p y o u t o r e g a i n i t .
for he has very little knowledge to be- I
A 58 years’ record b a c k s
gin with, and often pays dearly for
the knowledge he acquires, but 1t ,
u p it s m e r i t in c a s e s o f
does not take long to understand the
most essential points In poultry keep,
Stomach, Liver and Bowel
ing.
One must keep on learning, |
Ills and Malarial Disor­
however, there should be no standing !
still; every day something helpful
ders. T r y i t t o d a y . A l l
may be learned, and It Is well to keep j
D r u g g is ts .
a notebook in which to Jot any little
Item that may prove helpful later on, |
for It is not well to trust ono's mem- I
ory too much.
FOR BETTER HEALTH
for Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes
and Granulated Eyelids. Murine Doesn’t
Smart—Soothes Eye Pain. Druggists
S E N D FO R C A T A L O G U E .
Sell Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c,
50c, $1.00.
Murine Eye Salve in
All R e l i e v e d b y L y d ia E . P in k -
Aseptic Tubes, 25c, $1.00. Eye Books
h a m ’ s V e g e t a b le C o m p o u n d .
Odious Comparison.
Jfk
and
Eye
Advice
Free by Mail.
IN S IST U PON
A Boston woman, who atttalned
Sikeston, Mo. — “ F or seven years 1
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
3uffered everything.
I was in bed much prominence in the campaign for
or four or five days woman's suffrage, once said at a pub­
Love in England.
at a t i m e e v e r y lic meeting that she thought T. B. Aid-
K eroaene
tin England*'' soys the London Dally
month, and so weak
Mail, "love dwells and remains in the
I could hardly walk. rich was effeminate.
L A. KLEIN & CO., Inc., Distribuì«*
The remark was repeated to Aldrich inmost secret recesses of the soul; It
28 F ron t Street
Portland. O r e ^
I cramped and had
backache and head- as a joke, whereupon he very dryly does not circulate about in the air.
ache, and w a s so remarked:
That is why the air In England Is
nervous and weak
"Yes, so I am—compared to her.”—• somewhat cold. And that Is why
BELMONT AUTO SCHOOL
that I dreaded to Success.
closed up hearts there burn so in­
Vaa r*t 'he toost thorough instinct era m driving
see anyone or have
pr?r ral werk ihat ran be produced, also
tensely. For the English love Is not
anyone move in the
lathe work, drill press and forging
W ith Poor Success.
Finch tuuif 'eJ math« shop aod school
the delightful occupation of youth, It
room. The doctors
.
room Taboo lee S35 cash. >40
"Talk about m a n !” exclaimed the is the very warp through which the
gave mo medicine to
paymrnts SIO per week.
ease me at t h o s e , suffragist. “ What has man ever done whole life is woven,”
J £ il
BELMONT AUTO SCHOOL i
times, and said that 1 ought to have an ' for woman?”
RLALTY COM! a NY.
I would not listen to that,
“ He’s furnished her with a mode!
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets cure
East 23d and Moriison. Portland, Or. operation.
nnd when a friend o f my husband told she’s trying durned hard to imitate,” constipation. Constipation is the cause
him about Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vege­ came a voice from the rear of the of many diseases. Cure the cause and
table Compound and what it had done
you cure the disease. Easy to take.
r THE EMPIRE LINE ^ for his wife, I was willing to take it. hall.
H ave you seen the E a iy Run­
Now I look the picture o f health and
Telephones In Church.
ning Em pire Cream Separator
Detween Friends.
feel like it, too. I can do my own house­
m
or the LauRon Frost K ing Gas­
Moriah
church of Utica has In­
work,
hoe
my
garden,
and
milk
a
cow.
Alice -I thought Mr. Smart had
oline Engine?
If not, you
I can entertain company and enjoy good literary taste until he sent me stalled a telephone system for the
should, fo r they are both lead­
iRsllmil
100
ers in their line, and the prices
benefit of members of the church who
them. I can visit when I choose, and that silly novel.
SORE
Itim i
are right. W e will be glad to
walk
as
far
as
any
ordinary
woman,
may
bo
afflicted
with
deafness.
Six
O
L
D
EYES
Bend you catalogs.
Kate— Oh. that doesn’t necessarily
any day in tho month. I wish I could
telephones Lave been placed in vari­
indicate
his
taste,
dear;
it
merely
rep
EMPIRE CREAM
Treasured
Trees.
talktoeverysufferingw om anandgirl.”
ous parts of the auditorium, the trans­
SEPARATOR CO., Ltd.
Two trees to be seen In the mnln
—Mrs. D ema BETHtnnc, Sikeston, Mo. resents his opinion of yours.
mitter being located on the pulpit
3 2 6 Flanders St.. Portland. O r J
The most successful remedy in this
directly In front of the speaker.— ¡treet of Thorshavn, the capital of the
country for the euro o f all form s of
A SAD LOSS.
Faroe Islands, have an interesting
Telephone P ev 'r—
female complaints is Lydia E . l ’ink-
history. Trees resolutely refuse to
harn’s Vegetable Compound.
M o tk -r s w in fin d M rs. W tnKlowrn S o n tW n g grow in these Islands, except In some
It is more wide’ y and successfully
97rup t u - b e s t retn ed v to u se lo t t iie ir c iiU u r e a few sheltered spot3, and the Inhabi­
used than any other remedy. It has
l u r iu g tu e t o o t h in g i>eriod.
tants therefore prize them greatly.
cured thousands o f women who have
When the road was made it was de­
been troubled with displacements, in­
“
A
tneisti”
Converted.
CO FFEE e H H flammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors,
A number of Servian conscripts, on cided to leave the trees In the middle
TEA S P IC : E
e S s ! irregularities, periodic pains, backache,
entering Belgrade barracks to serve of the carriage way rather than be
ID E fi Í
SARINS POWDER
that bearing down feeling, indigestion,
their time, announced themselves as guilty of the crime of felling them.—
* EXTRACTS
I
and nervous prostration, after all other
atheists
so as to avoid attendance in Wide World Magazine
JUST RIGHT f neans had failed. W hy don’ t you try it?
church. Tho commander got them to
Not Half as Hard.
clean out the yard and stables every I It Is not half as hard to do what
CUTSET fiDEVERS,
o e e p e r a t e D e n t is t r y .
L roRUANQ. oar, j
Sunday morning while their comrtides one wants to do most of all, as It Is
An original Hamburg youth, wht
went to mass. The atheists have ! to do that which some one else wants
had a tough toothache the other day,
now asked to be instructed with a | one to do above all else.
got himself posed in front of a mirror,
view to conversion to the national
and shot out the offending molar with
creed.
a revolver. Had the bullet not land­
SWEEPING COMPOUND
Blood p oiso ning is o ten cau sed b y slig h t R You can’t sow thistles and
ed In the opposite shoulder, and prov­
figs. If you plant
l ilts " r w au n d s . Ih ntli m a y r esu lt. H a m ­ I reap
ed more difficult to extract than thi
Ferry's Seeds you
Cleans and brightens Car­
lin ’s W izard Oil will draw o u t t h e po iso n,
grow
exactly what
pets Rugs, Linoleums and
tooth would have been, this novel
heal the w o u n d a n d prevent »er ou s t r o u ­
you expect and in
Floors. Ab; orbs the germ -
made of home dentistry might have
a profusion
ble.
laden dust. Saves dusting
and perfec­
he- n consMe»-*»'*
- «uecess.
•nd beating carpets.
tion never
/. C. B A Y E R
204 Market
Pori tend. Oregon
WESTERN Gr r
MANTLES
Hi
n
U\
V
NO D U S T
Per b b l„ 200 lb s ... $5.00
Per bb!.. 150 lb s ... 4.00
75-lb. metal drum 2.60
Order by mail or through
your grocer.
CRESCENT CHEMICAL CO.
526 W ashington St.. Portland. Or.
Free from
A lco h ol
C. Gee Wo
The Chinese Occtcr
Thi* w on defu l man haa
miuie a life study o f the
roper ties o f Root*,
ie rts and Barks, and
is f ir i n g the world tha
benatit o f hid service«.
h
N o M ercury, P o is o n s
or D rugs l i a d . N o
O p e ra tio n s o r C utting
Guarantees to cur® Cntarrh, Asthm a, L®nc\
Stoma* h and K idn ey troubles, and all Private
Disease* o f M r and W om en.
A S U R ^ CAN CER CURE
Ju st received fn a n Pekin. C h ina—safe» sure
aa<t renabte. U ,.fa d in g in its w orks.
I f you cannot rail, w rite fo r sym ptom blank
and circular. Inclose 4 cen ts in stam ps.
CONSULTATION f R t i
The C. Gee Wo Medicine Co.
^ M ^ f l r s ^ L ^ a c . M o r r i s . . , P o rtla n d . O .
y
Since May, 1900, Ayer’s S ar­
saparilla has been entirely free
from alcohol. If you are in
poor health, weak, pale, nerv­
ous, ask your doctor about tak­
ing this non-alcoholic tonic and
alterative. If he has a better
medicine, take his. G et the best
always. This is our advice.
W • publish our form ulas
W s AS-iish a’ eohol
•fiom ou r m edi« to««
W s u r f# you to
oonauit yo u r
d o cto r
yers
PRESCRIPTION
T I 1 E O N E R E M E D Y f o r w o m a n 's p e cu lia r ailm en ts g o o d e n o u g h
that its m a k e rs are n o t afra id to p rin t o n its o u ts id e w r a p p e r its
e v e r y in g r e d ie n t. N o S e c r e t s — N o D e c e p t io n .
HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS
ALCOHOL
OPIUM—TOBACCO
H abit« Po«!tivol* ('urea.
Only authorized Keeler In*
ntitotn la Orouoa. W rit»
fo r lilaHtratod circuler.
Í
ORTLAND,OREGON
MOW
BEST
W o fin ish plata and
5
bridge work for out*
o f town
.
imtron* tn
o n « dray
Consistency
of
Criticism.
"There’s one thing I don’t like about
Brown.”
"W hat Is that?”
"W hy, the confounded, low-browed,
half-baked Idiot 1 b always calling
somebody names.”
Prisoner« Do Valuable W o»k.
In England, at Dartmoor, the pris­
oners have been engaged in reclaim­
ing the moorland, working even in win­
ter. Agricultural prison« have been
established in England, New South
Wales, Prussia, Austria, Hungary,
Switzerland, France, Russia and Bel­
gium.
Bad Breath
“ For months I had creat trouble with m y
•tomach and used all kinds of medicines.
My tongue has tx*en actually as green as
grass, my breath having a bad odor. T wo
we«*k*;igoa friend recommended Casca rets
an«! after using them I can willingly and
cheerfully say that they have entirely
cured me. I then fore l-’ t yon know that I
Trials of Modern Art.
shall recommend them to any one suffer­
Artist— There! My latest master­ ing from such troubles.” —Chas. H. Hal-
p ie c e ^
pern. 114 K. 7th St., New York, N. Y.
Patron— 8 plendld! For the humor
PWanant. Palatable Potent. T u t « Good.
Dr* Good. N « v « 8iek«n. W onkon * G rip *
lets’ exhibition, I suppose?
Very Likely.
10c. 25c. 60c. N# v * t «old In bulk. I1*« ran-
•tn« tablot «tampHd C C C . Guaran lord to
cur«* or your wo— r hack.
exceUed.
Filly
year* of
fn-o
VolerCrowne
experience
Silver Filling«
Good Rubber
Plate«
.5 0
5 .0 0
Beit Med Rubber _ _ -
Plate«
7 .5 0
DR W A. Wilt, P m «* oht in Muucia Palolets Eitr’ tion . 5 0
a « i u * uruiiMie « rM fiui
■*•▼ m e t h o d s
A ll w o r k f u l l y g u a r a n te e d f o r f l f t — n y ear«.
W is e D e n ta l Co.,me.
Painless Dentists
F s”'ng Building, Third and Washington. PORTLAND. 0R$
O ffic e H o u r« : 9 A M U I P
K
»uu d */« . I U 1
D. M. FtlR T A CO..
Detroit. Mirk.
W.
$5.00
22k Bridge Teeth4 . 0 0
Gold .'¡Hinge
1 .0 0
Enamel Filling! 1.Q 0
«tud* nod
Irak* th«*m re-
r Table. F >r «ale
everywhere. Ferry’s
1911 8«*4 Annual
free on request
i f «lenired.
i'rtinliHtN extraction
wlinn pi at os o r
b rid g e w ork in order*
o*i. ConaidUhon free.
r
"I’m mighty sorry that pretty little
brown-eyed nurse has got married,”
said the visiting surgeon.
“ You didn’t happen to be In love
with her yourself, did you, doctor?”
asked the chief Interne.
"No, but she had a way of prolong­
ing a case, without endangering the
life of the patient, that was very grat­
ifying and helpful.”
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