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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1902)
'II i cm In no oilier MMtpon wlioh noinl
iiuiilH'lim In mi limeli iipoilml iik In tliu
Tim IiIihhI In 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 , weak mill
liiini'rlilicil n conillllim Imllniti'd
liy plinplrH mill oilier t'liipllniiH mi tlm
Imv mill body, liy ili'llrlenl vllitllly,
Iiinh n iiin'llli, lurk ut fituii)tlli, mill
w mil nl luiliiiiitlnii,
Mulxi lln lilnnil pine, vIk'idiiiii nml
rli'li, ulii iiiK'tl(ii, kIvo vitality,
flirnulli nml milniiitliin, nml t'lire
nil eriii.inv llitvn tint whole fiilully
Infill In lukc tluun liiilny.
'Ilmxra Fnranrl1U li.a lireil il(t III our
fnitilljr (or iihiio llm, nntl ahvaa with km1
mult" ln iHiit I wm nil rim down nl
Kill Liittlii ol II, mill At IKiml rrri'Hi-cl ureal
tii'iii'lH " Mim llmu.Aii linvii, Hluwr, VI,
llaod'a Smrmanmrllla sironilmaa 1o
aura and ttaoim lha promUo,
A Stunner lor Mamma,
"Miiinmn," Ix'nn llttln Kilitli, who
IiiiiI Ir'i'II wi'kliiK liifmurutloii nil
iiminiIiik, "I Jiict mint loack you ' '
"Oh, IMilli!" Intorriiplod tlm wrnry
mntlii'r, "iliin't link iiiiiny qucK-
"lint, imiinmii," mill tlm llttlo In
qiiUllor, "l( I ilon't link iiu'nlinnii wliul
aw 1 imk?"
CITO I'arroahaMIr Clmwl. Hi flU t,rto,wftaa
Tliu nrllll Mf'xiMorilp Sllnillrr! Nrt
jiMuttr. rwn.iiur i'iii'.l: J.iioiiun-ni iuu
I... Ik. It. ii iuix. i.i.i .MiAiiiist..riiilJiiiii.i'
Tommy Wlihrd lo b Tall,
"I iln Iiiiiii tlmt I will ((row to Iio
nine feel lull," hiIi! lllllu Tniiiiiiy.
"Why iln ymi ttldi to Iki wi tall,
dour?" linked lilri mother.
"fit ttlii'ii I Kill III a rmwil I can m
wliut In K'iIiik on," K'lilleil Tointiiy.
1Mhi' t'nre ia f tin ht iiii'illcliin nnrvrr
Mini fur all iillii-tliiiu if the llirnut nml
liiiiK". V O. KNini.Kr, Vaiiliureu, hut.,
Feb. 10. IWO.
An Urgent Cue.
When Ilio dm'lor'H leleilioim rnii?,
Into tun night, ho went tu tlm iiintru
ini'lit IiIiiim'K, ami lecehnl an urgent
liijieal (rum two follow priu'litloiiiim,
to ronui iluHli to tliu rlub for u illnt
"Knilly, dear," Iib aclil, turning tn
Iil iti,' 'I'm rultfil out iiKuin, nnd H
aiiiMirH to li a very porlouii , for
there aro two dootnrn ulreaily In ultoiitl-Hliw,""-Kuw
Ak Vmir Unitcl fur AlUti'a I'nnt.Kaaa,
A mlrr. 11 run Huollvn, 8,,rc, lint, falloua
Arlitn,Hwrtlli( I'tt-t anl tnarowlnif NalU Mat., a
llw or Dalit ahiray. .It U HrtlMUI li1 Hlit
atorca, 33 rHI. Ar,'rl No Mlttitut. HIOil
I'M. AuMrn Allen K (llmMitl, lllir, N. V.
In A. U. 1903.
Mr. Itewrnlt (dliilui:) Aren't you
glad you llo in the Twentieth tTiittiry?
.Mr. Ottinuer Vest Jimt Ininiiiiui
living lnfnre (ainilieH luiil X-ray ma
elilne on their dinner tnhtrn with uhieh
to detect the drip n( wilder in theli
rauueil vineluhleB' llrooklyn Kiltie.
Orogon Blootl Purlllor Ii
rightly mimed, hecuumi it puriHea the
blood ami toiien up tlm body.
Merely a Suijcillon,
Old Clotrox So you want to morr)
my diuiuhler, eli7 Do you know what
1 expect to do for her on her wedidtif
Young l'oorinan (cnibarraKwd)
N-iio, Kir. Y-you do not Intend U
d-dlu for her, ilo yon? Chicago Niiwii.
Wlo jH-nplo iiko Iliunlln'ie WUard Oil
for ltheiiuiutlKiu and nil 1'iiln: tlm fool
lull onva try oxierliiientii.
Crank Yen; tbero aro nt leant ton
blooming ldiotn In tbia meeting to
night. (ioodnrt I don't bellnvo It.
Crank (meaningly) You'm right.
Thoro aro nleven. l'lillinleplhlu l'rem.
Shn Ami you aro not going to pend
th ovcnlng with mo?
1I I am very wrry, dearest, but I
havo a pnwing engagement and
She Then takob.iek your ring. I'm
not going to bo engaged to a man who
iKii't willing to do all bin preying
The blood may be In bad condition,
ytl with no external algns, no eVIr
eruption or cores to indicate It, The
(ymptomi in such cases being a variable
ppctltc, poor digestion, an indescribable
weaknesj and nervousness, loss of flcsl
and a generat run-down condition of tbt
tystem clearly showing the blood bai
lost Us nutritive mialitles, fcas become thlt
and watery. It Is in just such cases thai
8. S. S. has done some of Us quickest and
most effective work by building up the
blood and supplying the elements lacking
to make It strong nnd vigorous.
" My wife used sev
eral bottles of S. P. S.
as a blood purifier and
to tone tip u weak and
very tnaiked effect by
way of improvement.
"We reirnrd it n
great tonic and blood
purifier." J. V.Vvi'Y,
, Is the greatest of all
' tonics, and you will
, find tho appctito Ini
returns, and nervousness vanishes as new
rich pure blood once more circulate!
through all parts of the system.
S. S. S. Is the only purely vegetable
blood purifier known. It contains no min
erals whatever. Send for our free book
on blood and skin diseases and write out
physicians for any Information or advice
wanted. No charge for medical advice,
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA.
UU WHIUC ill IKt lillK.
Boat (!ougb Bjrup. 'rules uooJ. Uso
In tlm. Hold br drufftlHtB.
Ritlne Comei to I.lfr mid (libera Onlr
Hrem lo Iln Ho.
Thorn nro pliiula willed, whon drlod
nnd apparently dead, dike on tint form
of llfo nun In when they nro nonkod In
wnler. Thorn nro two klmla of ruvlvnl,
one real, tlm other nppiirenl. A wrllor
In I ,n Keleiieo llluatreo auya that rellirn
to life, cither In n complete form or In
part, la iiilln froiiiiut III tlio vogetnbln
world, whom tlm liillnoucn and drynoaa
Ih iiioi'ii imirked tlinii among iiiilniiil".
One untiiinllat Ima tnkoii Unit nilalua,
of Ilio variety known na Imperial
Mnlngn, nml plnnted tlm atcin In molat
enllli. Thla Htciii, four Inchon long, Hi
lliree monllia had a ahoot of three addi
The plant bent known for Itn rcunw
Ing property la tlio Itoao of Jericho.
'I'll In In not really a rono lit nil, but ho
Iniign lo the Uruelfornn or iniinlaril fam
ily; iiinl Iln little white llowora recall
lliono of tlio "nliephord'a purao" mi com
iiiiiii along country rondnlilcn,
It grown In tlm Hiinily ilcnerta of Arn
hln, ICgypt mid Hyrla. When tlio plant
hccoincH dry Itn ntemn curl up, draw
together, and form n rounded knot. Tlio
wind oanlly uproota the thing nml car
rion It away, but If It la deKnltod In n
damp npol It apparently coiuen to life
It waa once thought that It nbnoMiod
water from Mm noil, took root and ln
gnu In grow ngnlii. In reality, how
over, thin never linppona, The Itoao
of Jericho In llfoloaa from tlio moment
when It la uprooted. It In dimply a
dead plnnt which linn changed from
the nhnorptlou of water.
Tlio dried plnnt fiirnlnhcn n Tory In
tcrcntlng clinnga when It In plunged
Into wnler. In mi hour It douhlcn In
nlr.e, the nloma hogln to rlne. nnd tlin
ciiiinulen tnke on n pluklnh tinge. It
Heoiua lo bn reviving, hut thla la a vnlu
allow. It la among Hume plant In
which Ilio roaurnctloii la apparent, not
Tho innromontn of audi plnnta nro
really like tluine of the acnlea on n pine
cone, which open or draw together na
tho nlr In more or loan dry.
llonl ronurroelloii. however, la accn
among certain fornn and inonnc.
IIAUY'S HOUSE IS A ROOSTER.
I logs and cnln have been employed to
draw baby carriage, hut using n roos
ter for nucli n purpose la a new Idea.
O. J. riomenon. of l.uveme, Iowa, haa
a lloek of Cochin China fowls, among
them n rmmter that la n giant In tho
feathered kingdom. On noconnt of hla
nlr.e mid breed ho la a pet In the family,
and hnn hecomo very tamo.
t'lomesoii conceived the plan of train-;
lug him to draw tho baby carriage In,
which Ills daughter tnkoa her exerclao 1
In the nlr. lie made n tight harness.
fuatciifd It to the bird and after n few
weckH taught him to pull the vefilcle
nlonp the doorynrd path without dllU;
The little ono, of courso, ennnot drive,
hut her slater aometlmoa getn Into tho
carriage and gulden tho feathered
"homo" about tho ynrd.
Tlm Tl'irr M'aa (irnlefill.
It tnlcen n apeclal Hurt of man to trnln
wild nnlmaln lino who. In nddltlon to
hla mytrrloiin power of control, the
Intliionco of which In unoxphilnahle,
han a full knowledge of tho animal's
triiltn nnd nature. Frank C. Itoatock
contribute n paper to Frank I.enllo'a
Monthly on the "Unite In Captivity,"
In which he dlseunnca a few principles
of tho Interesting profession of animal
If I were to lay down a basic prin
ciple, ho writes, I Hhould any, Juat as
my father did to meUie llrat time he
ever gave me n whip nnd a lion, "First
of nil, warm up to hhn." Trent him
with frank common scnac and kindly
hand. I. earn from 111 habits what na
ture ha taught hi in mid then follow
Once n very lliarce old tigress which
ho hud In London had nearly killed my
brother, and her keepers wero nfrnld
of her. It happened that alio ran a bit
of bono Into her paw nnd had a sorry
time of It. I undertook to removo It,
and by the uso of cords and a llttlo
patience I succeeded.
It took four men to help me. When
wo were about Inilf-wiiy through tho
operation, she got the Iden of what wo
were trying to do for her, nnd a inoro
docile patient no surgeon ever had.
Tho next day I put n poultice ou that
After that till tho day of her death
I could enter tho cago nt any tlmo with
out receiving from her any sign except
ouo of pleasure.
Woman' Uiiovon Shoulder.
"Have you," said ouo woman to an
other In tho courso of a walk through
tho shopping district, "noticed how
crooked women aro getting to be? Look
at some of the women who pass us, and
see If tho right shoulder Is not almost
Invariably lower thiin the other." The
other woman looked, nnd lol It was so.
"It la tho natural result of always
having a train to hold up," said tho first
woman. "Why will women cling to
such unreasonable fashions? A train
Is graceful only when allowed to sweep
tho ground, nnd we cannot let It do mat
In tho dirty street, coiiseijurntly wo nro
everlastingly clutching It to keep It
from tho pavement, and tho position
this necessitates Is so constantly as
sumed that tho right shoulder Is be
coming lower than tho other. If the
thing continues the boasted carrlngo of
tlio American girl will soon bo an emp
ty bonst Indeed. Tho only remedy for
tho present, tho only hope for the fu
ture, Is to leave off trailing skirts nnd
go to a gymnasium. There, under the
direction of n competent tencher, ouo
who kilows how to euro Just such de
fects, trnln, and never stop until you
are straight again. Now York Sun.
Some people aro so timid that they
aro never Impudent except to frleuds.
ROAD AT .$'10,000 A MILf.
Tho wonderful toll road from fronton
to Oiirny. Colo,, In ono of tho grontcat
ntlrncllona In that Htnto of mnrvola,
both of acencry nnd engineering. The
old-fnahlotiod ntngo, with Ita romantic
nanochitlona. la rnpldly becoming a
thing of tho pnat. Hence It la novel
experience to the tourlnt to climb Into
a Concord conch and for tlireo hour to
rldo along n magnificently conntructcil
road, bowed out from tho aide of inouii
tnlna at an cxpeunv of $10,000 a mile.
Killing Into tho awful deptha of tho
canyon below, n ahcer twelve hundred
foot, or looking forward to range upon
range of frowning and terrible nioun
talna. In no part of the world can audi mag
nificence of aconory bo comproaaed Into
n throe houra' rldo. At time It la nt
aolutoly overpowering, and the timid
tourlnt goen through It with nvcrted
oyon nnd n curlnun acnnntlon about tlio
roota of hla hair. When the atage
renchoa Itonr (;n-ok Kalla the climax of
beauty and terror In reached.
FEW GOT PniNCE'8 AUTOQRAPH.
Munr Vain ICUnrt to (Jet It Under
I'rlnce Henry while hero was natu
rally naked often for hi autograph,
but It In estimated that not more than
KM) persona Hiicceeded In getting It
Mont of the reiiieaia came by mall.
The l'rlnce, who had met the nuto
grnph (lends on the other aide, decided
to give hla autograph only to certain In
dividual. Those were tho president of
n society or rluh of which he wan the
guest and one or two of those nearest
him nt table. To thla rule he persist
At all the dinners nt which the l'rlnce
wna n guest In thla city nml elsewhere,
reiiiieatH for hla autograph were sent to
him In large numhern, most of them In
note's addressed to him through the pre
siding olllcer. Not a few of these re
quest were iiinde personally.
The l'rlnce always took pains to In
form whoever presided nt the dinner
of the rule he had made, nml loft It to
him to explain It to the applicants. I it
accordance with the rule lie made for
himself he always wrote hla autograph
on the menu card of tho presiding r-.
eer utid of those nearest III m nt table,
sometimes extending It so that perhaps
live or six persons had the favor shown
to them nt the head table.
Had bo compiled with all the re
quests made of him, It waa said by s.
poraon who wnn with him and knew
nhont hi mall, ho would not have had
time to do anything else throughout
hi visit but write hi signature. New
I,onI Snllnlniry'a Wish.
Good Word print n little story of
tho early school days of Lord Salisbury,
when be wna Lord Itohert Cecil, which
shown how soon In hla llfo his conspic
uous disregard for dress began.
When ho was about 7 years old he
came Into the nursery one afternoon on
hi return from school, which was held
nt the old rectory outside Hntfleld, and
dumped hi books Into n corner.
"0 Hetty." he said to his old nurse,
"I wish I was a catl"
"I.n. Lord Itohert," Hetty replied,
"how can you wish yourself n beast?"
"Oh," ho replied with n deep sigh,
"when I think of the many times I
must dress nml undress before I die,
I wish my clothes grew on my hack!"
Doubtless ninny small boys have
wished the same, with thlt dirferenco:
thnt tho time ennio when they preferred
cloth nnd that of the Intest weave and
cut to fur Hut the exigencies of dress
have continued to bore Lord Salisbury.
Ho has never presented the splc-and-span
appearance of the typical Kngllsh
man of position. However, had groom
ing Is not tho only distinguishing mark
of the Premier of Knglnml, nnd n man
who can command tho attention of the
rest of the world may he pardoned for
not looking as If ho had stepped out of
Wile eif n Herpent,
There is nothing so wily as a smart
mini. Leave tho women out of the ques
tion altogether. At an entertainment
which was to bo devoted entirely to tho
reading of poems by the perpetrators
thereof, tho audience wns a mere hand
ful. One man In speaking of It re
uiarked: "Tho rainy evening kept nil
tho audience nway," but nnother sug
gested that It was the character of the
entertainment that thinned the crowd.
On this particular evening two friends,
both poets, set out for the scene. Ono
hesitated nbout the number of poems
to read, whereon his friend said: "One,
only tnko ono; there will ho so ninny
others to rend that one will be enough."
He, however, took six along In his in
side pocket, and now sluco ho read
those six and tho other man had only
one, tho latter Is wondering how It
came about, and why tho man who
took six should Buggest but ouo to him.
American Women Doctor.
America leads In. tho matter of worn,
en practicing medicine. Tho llrst In
tho United States was Elizabeth
Hlackwcll, who graduated as physician
In 1840, Thrco years later thoro wero
six In Philadelphia. In 18S0 thero
wero 3,000 women doctors lu tho Uni
ted States; In 1830 thero wero -1,555.
and now tbero nro probably 0,000,
some of whom have a very lucrative
" For 25 yesrs I lure never
mined tiling Ayer's Sarsspirllls
every spring. It cleimei my
blood, mtkes me feel strong, and
doei me good In every way,"
John I. Ilodnette, llrooklyn, N.Y.
Pure and rich blood
carries new life to every
part of the body. You
arc Invigorated, refreshed.
You feel anxious to be
active. You becomcstrong,
what Ayer's SarsapariUa
will do for you.
II ti a Milt. All fraitlnti.
Aik TWir iloftor what ha tlilnki or Ajti
irDrllta. II fcnawa all alMmtihlitrand
oM famllr mtill'lna. follow 1,1a advice and
J. V. ATI Co., I.oall, Mail.
Never lilt lllm.
Judge -What did you bit this man
1'risoner I didn't lilt Mm wit' any
thing, yor honor.
Judge Hut look at him lie's In a
laorrlblo condition. Surely, you didn't
do that with your (lets?
l'rlnonrc No, yor honor. I kctched
Mm by tho heels an' bumped 'irn
against a brick wall n few times. Hut
I didn't hit Mm wit' anything wanst.
Would Come Out All Rljht
Grime I wonder Tom should marry
a woman novcral yearn older than him-
Undo George Ob, that'n all right.
It won't lw long before alio is younger
than be. Tboro'a Homething peculiar
about women's agon. Hoston Trans
cript. The Clubman'i Motor.
Clerical Caller I am glad to know
thnt your husband baa taken my advice
nnd bought a wheel. And you nay ho
goon out riding on it every night, eh?
Hostess Wlien the weather permit,
Sammy (from background) Ho
wasn't out on hla wheel last night, ma.
Hostess How do you know, Sammy?
Sammy 'Causo I beard Mm tell
Mr. Tippcll that he was out on a bat.
Chattcrly Who is tho proud lady
with the haughty bearing?
Tattorly Hho's a champion ping
pong player. Town Topics.
Sue Whcro did you ever get a
foundation for a "rummage sale?"
Tess-pWo let our big torn cat seren
ade tho lmarders, and then collected
tho missiles aimed at him. Chicago
Patilnj It On.
Ambrose Archibald's a mean fellow;
ho never will lend a dollar.
Arthur Oh, bo's not the worst; he
always tells you ol somo other man
who might lend It. Detroit r reo l'ress.
The Poet it the Drujjltt's.
Foct How much for this prescrip
tion? Apothecary Two dollars, plcaso.
Foct (soliloquizing as ho pays) And
tho publishers tell me that poetry is a
drug on tho market. Oh, that It wero I
Hnrdlincs You know that $50 watch
I used to carry?
Hardlines Woll, I pawned it for 15.
Funnybii That's time wasted.
A Builneti Killer.
"Business is frightfully dull today,"
said tho Junior partner of the tailoring
"No wondor," said the senior part
nor, angrily. Who wrote our ad for
tho papers today?"
"I did. Why?"
"Bccauso it says: "Do you need an
ovorcoat? Try our Melton and
frieio." Philadelphia Press.
,, Wllian m puaimmi .nurafB-
.- i A xS,
Ung Ihc Stomachs ritilBowcIs of
Kox 'NARC OTIC .
llfl,ajy i rurw.
Apctfecl ncraedy forConsflpa
Hon, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
nnd Loss OF Sleep.
FaeSlnulo Signature or
EXACT COPY 0 WRAPPER.
Wlnnlnj (III Way.
Nell I linvo been assigned to read a
ptts)r on "Tho Ideal Woman" at tho
next meeting of tho club.
Jack Woll, all you will ncod to do
Is to stand up on tho platform and let
thorn look nt you.
A Reeojnlred Trait.
"Her llttlo boy has such manly
way about Mm."
"Yes; I noticed when I was there
tho other day that ho found fault with
what they had to eat."
A StotV-Mirkel Doe.
"You look thin and haggard, Jim."
"Yep. I took too much of a debil
"What wa It?"
"Sugar and copper."
Wbyte BJonks calls MmsoU a prac
Black A practical politician! Why,
T rtMOfvl Ittm t. -lin,,(, a tin 1,111 1nr Inn
on election day last year and he said
no couiurri no u.
Ihc Early Bird.
"You say you go to the market at 0
o'clock every morning?"
"Yes," nnwHorexl tho very prudent
man. "I buy early. Every now nnd
then you get your meat and vegetable
tsiforo new reaches tho dealers that
tho prices have boon Increased."
Had IU Reaiont.
Irritablo Old Gentleman What on
earth do you atop at a station like this
Objectionable Passenger (alighting)
To allow mo to get out.
Irritable Old Gentleman Abl Iseo
it lias its advantages then. Pearson's
A Poor Rule. Etc.
Mrs. Borcum Willie, you should
not cat so much between meals. It
will take away your appctito at meal
Willio Borcum (earnestly) I don't
iM3 why it should. My eating at meal
times never takes away my appetito
for t-ating between meals. Brooklyn
Old Joe, tho NIchtwKtebman.
Pram IA VM MM Oiztttt. London.
"Old Joo" is In the employ of tho
Lambeth Water Works, and is woll
and favorably known. Ho has been a
night watchman for many years, in tho
courso ot which ho has undergone many
experiences. What with wet and cold,
bo contracted rheumatism and sciatica,
which fairly doubled him up, and it
liegan to look a serious matter for Old
Joo whether ho would much longer bo
able to perform his duties, on which
bis good wife and himself depended for
a livelihood, but as it happened a
passor-by, who had for somo nights
noticed Old Joe's painful condition,
presented him with a bottle of St.
Jacobs Oil, and told him to nso it.
Old Joo followed the advice given; he
crawled homo the next morning and
bade his wife rub his aching back with
the St. Jacobs Oil "a gentleman gave
him," and undoubtedly bis wifo did
rub, for when Old Joo went on duty at
night be met his friend and benefactor,
to whom he remarked: "Them oils
you gave me, Guv'nor, did givo me a
doing; they wuz like pins and needles
for a timo, but look at mo now," and
Old Joo began to run and Jump about
like a young colt. AH pain, stillness
and soreness had gone; he had been
telling everybody he me what St.
Jacobs Oil bad done for him. Old Joe
says now ho has but ono ambition in
life, and that is, always to be able to
keep a bottlo of St. Jacobs Oil by him,
for ho says tbero is nothing liko it in
St. .Tacnhn Oil serve tho rich and the.
poor, high and low, the same way. It!
has conquered pain for fifty years, and
it will do the same to tho end of time.
It has no equal, consequently no com
petitor; it has many cheap imitations,
but simple facts like tho abovo tell an
honest tale with which nothing on
earth can compcto.
A Real Friend.
Miss Palisade I was very much sur
prised, Mr. Cleverton, that you wero
not at church this morning to hear me
sing tho Christmas solo. Didn't your
friend, Dashaway, tell you about it be
forehand? Cleverton Yes; ho was good enough
to. Harlem Life.
Tho Kind Yon Havo Always Bought, and which has been
Jo. uso for ovor UO years,
AAA IUU tut U1U1 uu jtxirztf AIU9 UUIUU AXIU DljUAai
" nnd bus been ruado tinder 1
faiTW2 sonnl supervision slnco its 1
ytaf7Y, fUCX4 Allow no ono to deceive you
All Counterfeits. Imitations
Experiments thnt trlflo with nnd endanger tho health of
Infanta and Children Exp erlcnco against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castorln is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Paro
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. 16
contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Nnrcotlo
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays FovcrlsUncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It relieves TcotUIngr Troubles, cures Constipation,
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sloop.
Tho Chlldrou's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The, Kind You toe Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THI INTAUH 00 MM NT, TT VftW THttT NSW VOHK ClTT.
Sho Suffered for Years and
FoltHorCaso Was Hope
Mrs. Anna B. Flchaity, roccnt Super
intendent of tho W. 0. T. U. head,
quarters, at Galosbiirg, 111., was for ten
years ono of tho leading women there.
Iter hunband, when living, was first
President of tlio Nobraska Wcaloyon
University, at Lincoln, Neb.
In a letter written from 401 Sixty
Mivonth street, W,. Chicago, III., Mrs.
Kleharty says tho following In regard
to Peruna.: j
"Having lived a very actlvo llfo an
wife and working partner of a busy
minister, my health failed mo a few
years ago. I lost my hubsand about
tho same tlmo, and gradually I scorned
to lono health and rpirit. My daughter
I a confirmed invalid, and wo both felt
great need of an Invigorator. I
"One of my neighbors advised me to
try Peruna. A bottle was Immediate
ly secured and a great chango took
place In my daughter's as well a in
my own health. Our appetites Im
proved very greatly, the digestion,
seemed much helped, and restful sleep t
soon Improved us, so that we seemed
like new women.
"1 would not be without Peruna for
ten times Its cost." Mrs. Anna B.
What used to be called fomalo'
diseases by the medical profession is '
now called pelvic catarrh. It has been '
found by experienco that catarrhal
diseases of tho pelvic organs aro tho
cause of most cases of female disease.
Dr. Hartman was among the first of
America's great physicians to make.
Obituary Notice of a Marc.
A recent number of the Westminster
Gazetto contains tho following obituary
notice: "Mercifully Bent to sleep at
I-andguard, full of years and honor,
Freedom, a chestnut mare, belonging
to Dr. Cowper. She was bred by mo
and was named Freedom by Mr. Bart
lett on account of her absolute freedom
of movement when quite a tiny Ally.
In her best days sho would bo hard to
pass on any road."
In Starch of Quiet
Hostess I thought you were going
to play "bridge."
Host So wo are; but they are play
ing "ping-pong" in the dining room
and "fires" in the billiard room, Jack's
trying to imitate Dan Leno in tho
drawing room, and Dick's got that in
fernal gramaphone of his going in tho
hall, and they aro laying supper in the
smoking room, so we're going to the
"What's the matter, little boy"
inquired the kind lady, stopping before
a sobbing urchin on the street.
"I I got a boll ou my neck,"
whimpered the boy.
"Yes; but just think how many
boiU Job had."
"I know; but think uv tho pashenco
he had, tool" replied tho boy. Ohio
r7. rr .
If you want dependable Canned Goodi,
Baklnr Powder, Spices, Syrup, Coffee. Etc.,
fou will lnslit upon the Mono pole Brand,
'rice ft reasonable and the nuallty la par
excellence. Your grocer will refund your
money it you are not eatlitied. All nnt
claaa grocers handle Monopole.
WAD HAMS A KERR BROS., Portland
aHLlai Warn aaBaa iiM
HOTOKM SEED BTOBE, Coaat Agents
bos borno tlio slgrnaturo or
been mado tinder bis pcrw
) you in tills.
andJust - as - frood"nro bub
"llv iirLM ii rr.hj vnen
Mrs. Ann D, Flahartjr.
this discovery. For forty years Iio hai
been (renting diseases peculiar .to
women, and long ago bo reached the
conclusion that n woman entirely Irco
from catarrhal affection of thoso organ
would not bo subject to fomalo dixeaso.
Iio thcrcforo began using Poruna for
them cases and found It so admirably
adapted to tholr pormanont euro that
Peruna has now becomo tho moat fa
mous remedy for fomalo diseases ovor
known. Kverywhoro tho womon aro
using It and praising It. Poruna Is not
a palliative simply; It cure by re
moving tho causo of fomalo disease.
Dr. Hartman has probably cured
more women of female ailments than
any other living physician. Ho makes
these cures simply by using and recom
If you do not dcrlvo prompt and sat
isfactory results from tho uso of l'o
runs, writo at onco to Dr. Hartman,
giving a full statement o( your caao and
he will bo pleased to give you his val
uable aJvlco gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President ot
tho Hartman Sanltairum, Columbus,
I "And you lovo your husband as much
as you did at first?"
I "Oh, yes, indeed; more. But he
' doesn't seem quite a godlike as bo did
at llrst." urooiclyn L.H0.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Dear Signature of
Sm Fac-SImlla Wrapper Utlow.
Ttary aaU a mj
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR SALLOW SKIM.
JcSti I mrlr TegetaMe.a?Sg.
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
A Homo School for Doym
Military arncf Manual Training
Writ a for llluatratmd Catalogum
PRUSSIAN nillaTJreonronltrr. Yra
rnUOOIHN paint the pr:,e,, the,
inP If it I PR (nmaa kill tlie lice. Hen
MUUCn cannot feed Ilea and feed
yoa. Price, SOe and 81.00 a can. Sold by dealers.
PRUSSIA KE1IEDT CO, SI Paul, Ulna.
nu.rawi , 1 am a brMd.r oc Ort-elaM Sit-Late Vfyandottaa.
1 won a no of roar PRUSSIAN LIQUID UCB KILLER uaaptclal
premium at too St. Paul Pooltry Show ot 1M0, and find It la all
Htbt. Th.re ara aararal hero that want a rvllaMa Ilea klllar.and
TocralaallNirhl. Wit M SWAOGEHT. WaTiata.Mlnn.
.MI HaLONE. of Adt, Ho , aa;a tna PRUSSIAN LICK KiLLKU
la Jqit too thlnf for Ilea oo ho?, and la worth nro timet Ita coat
Portland,, Ore., and Seattle, Waatt,
I have enough good typo for
small newspaper and job plant.
No machinery. Will sell cheap
lor cash or trade for Portland real
p. o. box ate,
dive better Matin fart Ion than anything on
tbe market at anything like I lie rk-e, be
cause they are made of koo1 niaterlul. to
stand "Oregon roads" Iron corn era on
bodies, bracva on ah at to. heavy aecond
growth wheelA, screwed rim a. If you want
tore.iurethat you are vetting your mon
ey's worth, anlc for a "flee Line" or a
Mitchell'' (llenney) Uuggy, Wo guar
Mitchell, Lewlm St at or Co.
Seattle, Spokane, HoUe, Portland, Or.
Sew Year Resolutions
Sure relief from liquor, opium and tobacco
hablte. Ben J for par llculara lo
Lfnalall Inc-tilnla Malrrtl tu U'lllUliie
ivesioy institute ru.tiii, ursun
N. V. N. V.
tttIIKN writing' to KdTortlaara pUaa.
mention tula papor.