Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907, December 22, 1899, Image 9

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tl,ar!0. Ho Wllri the
a' .;,.niiiiici'. ui i" y plainest,
"VrtiiUi 'I ri'HiM'flisl mi'iiiliiT
' ' r,l of trade nni! n tliorotii
Smollett's wife ever
lllnitwi'i' mill yt't Mm. Sinol
conllnni'y Jealous.
s,c:t It In her r,Ml1""' '"'"" Ul"1
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'fll KIHIT OVIT the OtlllT HCX.
il niaI" unexpected tle-
jn tilt' Oilb'C. llOWCVcr, silo
nlo'lliWd. fell milieu nat-
i'i.,.,. if Mii iiiii c i i. mm i t
un on 'lu' premises was nie
. t ...II..
ircatn, or Wliuui ocn njum
i be JcilotiH.
iti4 niciiioillpnl In his liahltM
irpsulnii'il town clock. On n
dijr every Mprlnj; ho leaven off
i mil on n ecrtnln day In tlio
pati on ovcmhocri. Onco In
rear tie mm iiim wateii
it the Jeweler's, 'i'lie tlmo for
Irs bin ftiroiioini'tcr cniiio
litflr. mid Smollett loft It with
rrir on Broadway, lit tlio shop.
ictiirerc rather Hlmky nbottt Hint
uk) ti hntl to ho at IiIk desk early
fceto watch matters, lie couldn't
itoetogo nroiiml after IiIh time-
nxlltiahsehce was iiIwm.vh both
bin, for lie had to depend upon
clocks, a French mantel clock
ii never known to he right half
; Ultimo, or his wife's chatelaine.
ntalnrjiyH missing cars anil being
il appointments.
ttirLrdln. with the lieHt of Inten-
fonnd the Jeweler'u ticket anil
bwKlf nfler tho watch. sayliiK
S to Smollett about It. When xhe
iuv iiiuri in me jeweier. ne
Jtltfliid thi'ii nt her.
MiiaKeiitli'iiiaii'H watch, miss."
"iimNueii prettily. "Oh, yes; It's
'Uuanu n. she snlil.
tfouzht It from the Bafo nnil un td ?
ftk lt nil rlKht. ma'am." He
? me case nni! ooeneit tin. imv
ill till- n fir km. .M
wa tiny Joeit of hair Hllimcd out
I ft A I rt AN nnrt..
- Mir If L.MI'
I Jeweler sin n ceil nt It mill llii n
Her hair Ih a KohIen hrown.
ffulch i dropped out of the
"ws yellow.
Jeweler was n u-iho m..t,. i
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x yonr pardon."
uave forirottcn
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ieere" w"KHl 10 '"'-' with
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vvi in t in . 'intiivi
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"'OHIO lrnol ""a IIHIO
i ,,Lu'"imea to eiit n n.. ,.. .....
box ,;..' rB,uu 1110 tWo and
Wouss,,;. " y..(,(nr." snll tho
"Warn,..,. . .. uover rouml
lt0,,.TH?ut. ''t watched
inn .,. i ,i uu o ii r wninii
. " i n i, .... .. ",v.
tho loft i M lts "customed
wt breast pocket of his
yo brutel"
"8 ran .," ," '"" or 'oars
'into-hJ . . 1 tho rooin shut
" "Pn"'ent8 ngaln.
vmi naa rr
tried. In a Riieakln way. for the m-r-vantM
were Kreatly In ovldetice, to unln
audleiic. with IiIh wife; hut hIiu would
not open her door and ho upent the
Jilcht on the couch In the library and
went down town tlio next mornliiK In a
moHt bewildered Htato of mind and an
t'mpty Htate of Ktomach.
I.ydla'H actloim ho worried him that
he could not keep IiIh tnltxl on IiIh biiHl
neKH. Ho wan Irritable and Keiierally
fractloiiH. and the red-headed jouiik
man Hiirfcrcd accordliily. About noon
nimrlle IaKci. an old frleml and a eood
lawyer, cauie In. Charlle'H eye
twinkled, but IiIh manner wa Bolemn.
"See here. Abrain." he Haiti, "whafs
thk I hear about you?"
"What Ik It? That I've Hold C, H. d.
Q. HhortV That yarn's Htale," Hiiapied
"No, Hlr. Something more Hurlouu than
"What Ih It?" In dawning wonder at
the lawyer's solemnity.
"It Is-or Homethlng regarding your
private life. I know It Isn't any busi
ness of mine." Charlie haHtencd to say.
with a deprecatory wave of his hand;
"or would not be bad I not known you
so long. Hut as a per.'onal friend "
"Personal fiddlesticks!" exclaimed
Smollett, crossly,. "What are you get
ting at?"
"Why, this trouble with your wife."
said Charlie, with the air of a funeral
mute. "Abrain, I never thought It of
you. I never would have Hiis;icti d ttiat
you, Abrain Smollett, were a gay de
ceiver; that you were living a double
life "
"Double- " well, a word not exactly
permissible In good society. "What do
you mean?" yelled Smollett. IiIh ugly
face turning a deep brick red.
"Hush. Abrain!" said the lawyer, sol
emnly. "There Is no use In your grow
ing excited about It. Did you suppose
that you could continue In hucIi n course
of Inlldellty without being found out
some time?"
"See bore!" Smollett arose In his
might, seized Paget by the shoulders
with no gentle force and seated him In
a chair. "This has gone for enough."
he nald, In a passion. "Explain your
words. What has my wife been to see
you about?"
"Divorce!" said Charlie, In a sepul
chral voice.
Smollett simply wilted Into his chair.
Charlie leaned forward and tapped him
smartly on the knee.
"That's It, Abratn. The poor child
has put her case In my hands; but I
bogged her to let nie see you before we
began drastic measures "
Smollett's face was pitiable. "How
what "
How did she discover your Infamy?"
demanded Charlie, without compassion.
"She saw that lock of the other wom
an's hair In your watch "
"The other woman!" gasped Smollett.
"What other woman?"
"u your watch."
"A Tuynan In my watch?"
' v. . rceo. no
u.ll-ll ,lll-, UUI Ills UUI. A..W1 .1
ually grew calm. He one
back case and tho yellow lock fell Into
his hand. He looked from It to Paget.
"Is this It?"
"That, I presume, Is the fntal evi
dence "
Hut Smollett withered him. "Do you
mean to say my wife has been to see
"Where Is she now?"
"I prevailed upon her to go homo and
wait till I had een you," said the lnw
yer, chuckling wickedly.
Smollett put on his hat ami did not
appear Ur the olllce again that day,
much to the disturbance of certain
stocks in which he was known to deal
heavily. Hut lu the afternoon ho wns
seen driving with his wife In the park
and later they occupied a box at the
Paget dropped In on him a day or two
"Has tho divorce been settled out of
court?" he nsked.
.Vow I suppose you think you're
smart, don't you?" returned Smollett.
"Well, I'm always glad when I can
bring families together Instead of sep
arating them, If there Isn't nny money
In It for me," said Chnrlle, sanctimo
"Huh!" grunted Smollett.
"Ami In this enso tho evidence was
so dead against you. Any woman could
have made n perfectly clear brief out of
Ills Saij
good bit darker thnn It was when she
was a child of (). Her father gave me
that lock and I've carried it-well, a
good many yearn. Now are you satis
lied?" "Yes." said tho lawyer, slowly. "Hut
was I.ydla?"
And then he barely escaped with his
i re to tell the rewt of us of Smollett's i
-"lemon in tn0 character of
"a gay
Sim. Hwiirtwood, Mnrrlcil 27 Yeum,
HiihUOI.IvIiik Children.
Mrs. Samuel Swartwood of Wllkes
bnrro, Pa., Is the mother of the largest
family In the United States. Although
a comparatively young woman, be,ng
only -11 years old, she Is the mother of
twenty-live children, twenty or whom
are living. The youngest Ih only a few
weeks old, and gives promise of being,
l.ko 1i!h brothers an.l h ati r.i, h.ilj and
Mrs. Swartwood Is a lemnikahly well
preserved woman. She was married
when very young, and her Urst baby
was born fourteen mollis after her
marriage. There have V-n but live
yeara since during which the house
hold has failed to be blessed with a
baby. These years were 1871, 18SI5,
18S7, 1888. and 181)0. Hut two of them
were In huccch-.Ioii, ami In the succeed
ing years twins were born.
Of the entire twenty-live children
there were but the two Hots of twins,
which weie born lu 188U and 1803. One
of each set of twins Is dead. .Mrs
Swartwood can recite the hour and day
each child was born.
Itcgardlng her married life, Mrs.
Swartwood talked freely. "I was mar
ried when I was M yeara old. I loved
Will when I was a girl and I wanted to
be married. Hver since we have been
very happy, and 1 would not change
places with any rich woman. Look at
thesechlldicn! Ain't they riches enough,
and every one living at home except
the two girls that got married. It's
nice for father and me to have them all
here, although It does crowd us a b t.
We havent got a big house, as you can
see. and every bit of the space is used.
Walk Into the dining-room there and
look at the table."
It was a table to look at, of generous
w!d.h at.d very long. It bore plates and
knives and forks for twenty-two people
At Intervals were great piles of bread.
"It keeps mo and the girls pretty
busy looking the eat ng and
washing for our big family," resumed
Mrs. Swartwood when I came out of
the dining-room. "Father makes al out
$70 a month, and the boys bring in
about 500 a mouth, nnd while we get
along nicely we have nothing to spare.
We've given all the children as good
schooling as they can got around here."
"What do you think of married life?"
I ventured to ask.
"Well, I ought to know. I guess. Who
wns It sa'd mnirlcd life wns one long,
bweet dream? (.rover Cleveland,
wasn't It? Well, 1 agree with him. It
has been to me. Every woman should
get married, I think. 1 don't know
much about the new woman, but If she
don't believe lu mnrrled life I don't
.want to know nuytblng nbout her.
What's as haypy as having children to
love you nnd you loving them?
"None of my children has been n
source of grlef.trouble. or anxiety to
me. nnd I think fltyl has been especially
kind to give nie so tVany. Yes. sir, you
can put me down a believing In the
married woman who unloves m nnving
Tlio aTnrrfnenaMo Ace. f
A spinster who Is still llvlnc In bono '
nys the marriageable ago is nnywliero
I.... .i i . ..
iiubnuuii niu nummary ana tno ceme
tery. -Chicago Daily News.
Tim TyimivrlUir Invention.
A dtiitiHticimi Iiiih proven thai the Inven
tion of the typewriter hu.H tivcii enmlov
inent to fiOO.OOO people, hut lie faiN t.. state
how ninny eime of weak stomachs it hit
induced. All people of Hedentiirv cicru
Iiut on need Hostetter's Htomaeh" Hitters
it helps nature to bcur the strain which
ensues irom conlneinciit.
Jfjon haven't a regular, health? movement of tbd
Sl i "cr,r dar. rou'ro sick, or will bo. Keep roS?
hpwoli open, nixj bp. well. Force. In tho tha6o of
Violent tihvftln t)T nil fllm I
erooothcjt, easiest, most perfect war
oanrcrouj. Tho
ul keeping tho
Foolish men
men eat thorn.
make feasts and wiso
HOW'S TniB'4
We offer One Hundred Dollars Howard for any
eno of Catarrh that can not bo curo'l by Hall's
Catarrh Curo. '
u, .i-J-enzSEY & CO.. Props.. Toledo, 0,
wo tho undersigned, huvo known F.J. Cheney
ior ijju past
honorable li
anclaliT able to carry out any obligations made
M Mill HI Hit
Wbolcsalo DrwtRlits, Toledo, 'J.
,,,. Vt'noloalo brug-lsts, Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Curo 1st-ken. n: rnally, acting
(Ilrectly on tho blood and m. cons surfaces c2
the system. J'rl .o 7J: per bo-tlo. bo.d by oi
drugrlsts. Tcstlmoni-U Iroc.
lull's Family Fit, r' th-. best.
Mexico sold tho United States .$2,
000,000 worth of hides last year.
Tako Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to curo. E. W. Grovo'g signature
in on each box. 25c.
In Austrian hotels it is still custom
ary to charge extra for candles.
Kilt Tliom 1,1 ko Cnmly.
Dainty, fragrant tablets of confection Cas
rarets Candy Cathartic, the medicine of today.
Fills ond liquids are out of date. All drug
gists, 10c, Zlc, Wc.
Ho who is not
traitor to Heavon.
iiuuuduvuhwiu niiutvii i .j. i,ueney icnsaoi, i-aiaiaDie, rotent. Taste Onod. Do Oood.
1 15 years, and bollovo him perfectly Sicken. Weakn, or Orlpe. 10c, iocTule T WrlS
inallbusln sj transactions and fln ior1'1re"ample, ana booklet on boaltb. Addres
Ft,,... Hint Wlr VI nrl.
truo to himself is &
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
Ine Byrup the best remedy to use for thrlr
Children during tho teething period.
Michigan, Ohio and Indiana lime
makers are forming a trust.
We will forfeit f 1.000 if any of our pub
lished testimonials ure proven to tie not
genuine. Tim I'ipo Co., Warren, I'a.
Wyoming's coal mines are producing
22,000 tons per day.
VII AI.ITY low, debilitated or exhausted cured bv
Dr. Kline's IiivlRoratlnic Tonic. FHKE 1. Trlul
Jluille containing 2 Weeks' treatment. Dr. Kline's
Institute, Ml Arch St., Fhlludelpblu. Founded 1971.
anil Iron fencing; olllce ralllnj. etc. Sit Alder.
Maclihmrj- iiimI sn,,.
chtnerr.aiiiii.lic3. 48-50 FlrsiSt., Portland, Or.
JOHS POOLE. Tomi.jw OnraoK,
can give you the best bargains in general
machinery, engines, boilers, tanks, pumps,
plows, belts and windmills. The new
steel I X L windmill, sold bv him, Is un-equalled.
Ever use It?
At Roberta, Ga
15 cents a bushel.
cotton seed costs
Mr. Swartwood. Is an enf
Jeisey Central ralhoad.
Jieer on the
oihace of
n uHUHAno. 1 1 M . .1 1 1 1 -raftn .
imapi i ii i 1 1
i lTlIZlnrRw.i, ;.- ws.vwski?i
It "
"Oh. I don't suppose you will bo satis
fied till you know It all." growled Smol
lett. "That lock of hair was- "
"Yes?" said Charlie, with Interest.
"Was Lydla'e. Uer hair has grown a
World's 1Mb IlontA,
The English marine publication, the
c,.,.,... s-ivs: "Wo British ptlde our
selves that the aggregate t
British ships npproxlm
merchant toinia
world, but
matter where a
nations places us In a position other
than first. It nppears we have only
eleven vessels of over 10,000 gross tons
headed by the Oceanic, with her 17,
000 tons. But Germany has twenty
three vessels In that category. The
Urjfted States Is the only other nation
with vessels above 10,000 tons, nnd she
has four. The biggest ship owned by
France Is 8,803 tons, while Norway's
greatest ship is of 3,277 tons gross. In
speed Great Hrltnln Is right nhead of
her competitors, having thirty-one ves
sels with a speed of twenty knots or
more; Helgium has six, the United
Stntea four, Germany and nollnnd
threo each, France two and
Thus In speed the Hrltlsh flag excela
tho world, while tho disparity between
Germany nnd this country, so far a
size Is concerned, will soon be lessened,
ns several big vessels are nearlug com
pletion In Hrltlsh yards."
N titro's M ml' ry.
One of tho most curious examples of
Nature's mimicries Is tho substance
jowelers call odoreta leto. Tho ordi
nary observer wouiu can tins lovely
stono puro turquoise. But It Is really
nothing of tho kind. It Is simply the
fossil teeth of long extinct nnlmnls
which havo been become tinged with
various mineral salts. It Is much softer
thnn tho truo turquoise. All the best
turquolsqj comes from Khornssan. in
Every scheme that works ia soon
The Plennntest, Most Powerful and
Effective Keverfaillng Remedy for
La Grippe, Catarrh,
u,.. Will cure any ache or pain known
in the human body. Send for trial bottle, 2.'c.
This offer tafts no duvs only. Large bottle (300
doses of 5 DHOPH each) Jl.OOor 3 lor T2M.
IQ7 and 169 Dearborn St.. Chicago.
JIM Misfortune.
Teacher Try to remember this:
Milton, .he jioet.Vns blind. Do you
think you can remember it?
Hobby Smart Yes. lKa'am.
"Now, what was Hilton's great
I "Ho was a
State Journal
Bronx b
favor of
district counci
April. Ihey
work-day, $11
noutiay una
You should.
Steam Pumps
and Water
Pumping Plants ot
Any Capacity
30 to 35 First Street, rorttnnd, Or.
Machinery All Kinds.
and Magic Lantern Bargain List
No. 15 now reudy for mailing
T. I. ANDREWS, f09 Montgomery
St., Ran Francisco.
PREVENTINE, the greatest antifcptic and
germicide known. Will cure all female trou
bles. Positively cafe and certain. No woman
safe without it Mall orders promptly filled.
1 a box. Agents wanted. Dig money made.
KENAl'D DRUG CO., A 1C1 La Ealle street,
Chicago, 111.
Horrid Rheumatic Pains
Are caused by the impurities in the.blood. You
will be relieved of the pain quickly, your blood
will be made pure by
JYIoore's Revealed Remedy.
Easy and pleasant to take. One bottle gives
relief. 1.00 per bottle at your druggist's.
elief for Women"
&entr(mpuun,oasJAUenTeiopo. write
twJny for this lionk.conUlnliijr Prtien
Iatb and TuKUnoniali cf DR.
French Femata Pii
Pralnxl br thotuantta of Mtinf.ed
Mf , alwTi rollfcblo and without &
Pom hTall drurclflraln rtif-tnl ijoi
In Bine. White and Hed. Tain no ot
km rcuaut.) ctow to,
. I ED
iiuuriiRuefiAtf"v- 1 -rd
one hm&mmmimimh.f rtr-
'W )..a .'.A Z'.., i. 7 r :
i'v iC
4?'.'- - . r
in New
holif work day.
44 A Miss
If you are not entW ; Kvj ' ' ,
juntas w
17 r jrrm.t ,.
1 &xxm
he blood.
to bume.
Nature's corrective
1 hCV' -yTT
J blood is
'y's taw.
o for 1900 Sei
, Mloh.
ITOH INO PIIm proince moisture tod ei'e itchini&
Jhls form, us well aa Ulind, Uleeding or Protruding
Plica urn rnr-1 hv fir nnannlAi. dii o !
Stop, itching .ndWeeTlS?. AbTorT,. tim"n. SSl
Jirat drugginUura9nt liyinall. Trettlae Iree. Write
me about jour cm, Dlt. BOSANKO, Philada., Pa,
ta 018 2i5y,I?fl!clne "I'lch will cure each and everr
caw. NO CASE inora It baa evor failed to cure, no
matter how aerloua or cC how long Banding. Heaulta
from Its nso will astonUh you. It ia atwolutcly aafo.
prerenta etrletnre. and can foe taken without inoonre
nlenre and detention from Imalnrm. ritlCE. JS.00. For
le hv all reliable dmgorlrta, or aent prepaid br expreas.
, 1'AHST CIllSlICAL CO., Chicago, III.
Crcular mailed on request.
ueo lilg4 for unna Jural
Ooitiaitixi u Irritations or ulcerations
not u, atriotnr. of mucous membranea.
Pr,tui. CouurioD. 1'alulesu, aud not aetrln.
.THEtr3CHEUICIlCo. Kent or poltouous.
Solrt by DrnntltU,
or sent In plain wraoner.
it.TJ?xf"ea'.' Prepaid, for
1.00, or 3 bottles, 2.Vi.
Circular sent on rcqueat.
ONE FOR A DOSE. Cure Sick Hcadaohc
mndnJ,;?,,l.a'"U0Te "mples and Purify thi
..m!?i-?,or Hlc,k,,nvToconTlnco rou.wewlll mull .
jample free, or full box for 2Sc. I)K. il((SANKO '
CO., p lillu.ln., aVcuun. Bold by Druggiats.
N. P. N. V.
WHEN wrltlnc; to udvortlsers pleuso
niontiou tills paper.
c3 rfSfR
1 smm
flllSfCS BtOT for S2I.4I. Bare the
ltetallera'l'rotit-eavctho Wholeaalers
I'ronc. xaKeRdTaacaeo ot our contract
purchnie. Others hare adranced their
ft A
cttAn youn
aim fl7Fr im. vni
prices of Parlor Stores, but our eontraot
vrltntba maauraotnrors compola them , yi TiTl I f wo can aell JStpziy Tj. LZ
n, n.uiwi Hiuu,a,cM.u. iui .uu . uod venlclza
.YOU would be prouj of either C-8tOTesandRangOB. p-Aericulturat Implaroenta.
f thew parlor atovea. The pictures E Babr Carrlaeea. F Drugs and Patent ifodiolues.
Bend 15 eta and our Large tiupplr Cataloxuo contain.
them nt a amail profit at flu. U, f 21. and
$27.77. YOU would be proaii ot either
tneo panor stoves, una pictures n uaoruarrlaeea, f Drugs and Pat
lut a faint idea of thelreleganos, Q Musical Inatrnmenta. H Organ,
to. O.I). on reoelptof B7o, ronto Machines. I lilcrcles. j OunsnndBi
balance to ronr banker or freight K Ladies' and Ueota' Furnlahlnn Q
itonarriTBlatrourdepot. Goods. M-lteadr-made OlothlnB f or J
l'heffreatoatbantalnaaveroffered. tsUoots and Shoes. O Ladle'0ui
epsiuei man asmaiionozor llculB UAnd lfirta anrf our ld.M Hunn T IUVIalnzc
ia'nl.,:n',a.Sl5?.wASn,T V.'S.' InBOTerlOuOpaeesandoveronebundreUthbusandVaw
vuviiUiAuu jaiAiAium, 1 i.i. irt ana pricenwiu uesuniejpreaspaia.
rl-lrffftlM and Havtrtn
j Ouna nnd Sporting Oooda.
1 h.n kvn.Kr an. rLAr ,a
llost Couch Syrup. Tastes Good. TJso
D-J in time. Sold by druetrlsta. l
treated soien.
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