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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1903)
Tlieru In only onu way In got 1 1 it of
pimples mill (itluir iiriiitloiis.
Anil It's kIiiiIiIo nml rimy miouuli.
('Icniinn tlio IiIoihI, liniinivit llm tHgcs
lion, tliniiliilu llm klilijiiya, liver anil
kin, by tliu miniu inciinit lit tliu sumo
Tim niwlli'lnotn liiku la
I'IiIh atatnmuiit Is confirmed by tliu ex
IK'rltmro of thousand whom Oil until
cilia Im jx-rinu lien tly curi-il.
ii'i')it no substitute.
A Lucky I'clluW,
Yonng Million (willy) My cousin
George la a mighty lucky lol low hand
somest chap In town.
I'fleml minimum, yoi; hut lin la
aa poor na a church inoiiao.
Young Million (itiiTlomly) Tlmt'a
llm beauty o( It. Hit liaa new girl
every acnnnii, and not ono nl them
innknn a (use wlmn ho casta her of!. N.
Mother Yon any your htiihunil no
luiiKvr aiMinila ti In evenings at the club?
llAUnhter I aoOn hroke him ol
Mother How ilhl yon manage?
DiiuglilMi Uefoni going to lied put
two ensy chain clone togothor hy tliu
lire, nml then hulil a mutch to ft cigar
until tliu room got n faint oilor of
suioko, Now York Weekly.
Tito a (
I'nro h a remedy rurrougha, ooMs
iiniitloii, TrylU Priced cents,
Iter Mild Suggestion.
"Charley, ilonr," mIi! young Mra.
Torklua, "will you Join our proves
el vn I'lichrn clilh?"
"Curtain! not. I havo no time for
"Well, t won't urge you. lint I
can't help thinking thut If you played
the liornea na well na I play uuchro
wo d hnvo a lot ol money now.
lluahanil Drat tho luckt There
Isn'l nny gum on thla atnmp.
Wife Never mind. dear, lloro'a n
pin. Chicago Daily News.
den. Longitrcet In lloipltal.
den. Jamea liOtigatrect, the noted
Confederate cavalryman, la In Oilfield
hospital. Waalilngton for treatment for
sovere attack of rheumatlatu. '
He Oh, I'm no fool'.
Hlio Perhaps not. Hut what an ex
rellent upderatudy you would make,
Artificial Teeth ol Paper.
A fit of artificial teeth mado of com.
pressed paper haa been ust'd ronatantly
for thlrtoen yoara.
Uniform! Too Tight.
The tlghtfltllng llrltlnh uniform le
nllegiol to be tho caiino of much heart
dlseaso among toldleri.
Ventnor Mot I'avored Place.
Ventnor haa by far the moat honre of
real r-unehlno of any town in tho llrlt
Two Different Kindt.
"Does your tywmritor need repalra?"
asked the meandering tinker na he en.
tured the ofllre.
"U would aeom eo," replied tho
boaa. "She last went acrota the atreet
to conaolt a dentist."
Hhn I rpont two weeks In that town
last aummnr and didn't see a tingle at
tractive thing there.
Ho That'a queer. Haven't they
any minora In that village?
He I wonder why Miss Overton Is
eo sensitive about her age7
fiho I can't Imuglno. Bho la cer
tainly old enough to have got overn lit
tle thing liko that long ago. Chicago
rtetty Mr. Cynlnuo la too polished
for worJe, isn't he?
Peggy Oh, dear, yes. Everything
ho siiya rullocta on aome ono.
Nothinrr is n source of so much trouble as an old sore or ulcer, narticu-
larly when located upon the lower extremities where the circulation is weak
and olucgisli. A gangrenous eating: ulcer upon the lep is a frightful sight,
and as the poison burrows deeper and deeper into the tissue beneath and the
sore continues to spread, one can almost see the flesh melting away and (eel
the strength going out with the sickening discharges. Great running sores
and deep offensive ulcers often develop from a simple boil, swollen gland,
bruise or pimple, nnd are a threatening clanger always, because, while all
such sores are not cancerous, a grent many arc, and this should make you
suspicious of all chronic, slow-hcaling ulcers and sores, particularly if can
cer runs in your family. Face sores arc common and cause the greatest
annoyance uccausc nicy arc so per
sistent nnd unsightly and detract so
much from one's personal appearance.
Middle aged and old pcoplo and
those whose blood is contaminated and
tainted with the germs and poison of
malaria or some previous sickness, arc
the chief sufferers from chronic sores
and ulcers. While the blood remains in
an unhealthy, polluted condition heal
ing is impossible, and the sore will
continue to grow and spread in spite of
washes and salves or any superficial or
surface treatment, for the sore is but
the outward sign of some constitu
tional disorder, a bad condition of
the blood and system which local
remedies cannot cure, A blood purifier
and Inn lr la what vnil need. Some
thing to cleanse the blood, restore its lost properties, quicken the circula
tlon and invigorate the constitution, and S. S. S. is just such a remedy.
S. S. S. reaches these old chronic sores through the blood. It goes to
the very root of the trouble and counteracts and removes from tho blood all
the impurities and poisons, and gradually build3 up the entire system and
strengthens the sluggish circulation, and when the blood has been puriCed
purifier and tonic combined nnd a safe nnd permanent cure for chronic sores
and ulcers. If you have a slow-healing sore of any'kind, external or internal,
write us about ft, and our physicians will advise you without charge Boov
on "The Blood and Its Diseases " free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA
A llttlo girl wna talking to hor lab
hit. "1'lvn times Ave," aim mild. "Hlx
timet alx, noren tlnnia rovon." Jto
tweon tlmea aim ahook tho ruhhlt tlo.
"Dorothy," ld her molher, "what
are you doing lo your rnhhlt?"
"Well, papa raya," replied tho
child, "that rahhlta multiply rapidly,
aud lluiiny won't do It."
Keeping In Practice.
Tho Washington's birthday marked
111 wa In full awing. Tho hour for
uumniklng had arrived. "Wnero li
George Waalilngton?" asked the Hpau
lih ln(tilaltor of 1jula (Joints.
'Thu lait I raw of him," an Id I,ouls,
"ho wna In the buffet cutting down
the vlslblo eupply uf cherry bounce."
Half and Half.
Hmart Aleck Onto upon time
Ihero worn threo llttlo children. Half
of them wero Itoya an'
Dumb Delia Why, Aleckl could
there bu ono and a half girl?
Hmart Aleck Thero weren't. Tho
other half wna boya, too. London Tit
lllta. There Waa Dlllcrence.
Hockaon lluskln How do you liko
Old Htnger Oh, It waa your Iliunlot,
waa it? Well, I did not recognize It na
Hhukeapearo'a. llrooklyn Ufa.
Ilrowa tlua Hinlth named hla new
Jonea , ho culla It "nnlttleu
Hllrcra," alter that break fun t food he
Hindu hla fortuno on. Detroit Free
In Chopin's "Ktudi. In K Minor" It
la necessary to read 11,1180 algna In two
minutes nml a half, which la equiva
lent to about twonty.slx notoa a second.
There la a giuat deal In arranging
flowers to bring out their beauty. Nev
er crowd them. A few atoms, with fol
iage, can bo mad far more beautiful
and artistic than crowdod mass.
"Why did. Miss Spencer refuse to
lope with you?"
"Hlio declared that alio could not bear
the odor of gasoline." 8t Louis Star.
Nothing In It.
"Shall I brain hlnif" cried a hater,
and the victim's courage fell.
"You can't; it Is a freshman. Just
hit him ou tho head." Sphinx.
Author ol Letters.
"He's an unfortunate man of let
ters." "Why, I never hoard he was
an author." "Well, ho waa the auth
or of several letters that lost him a
breach of promise case." Melbourne
A Safety Match.
Cora Was it a lovo mntch? Dora
Well, na her money paid hla debts and
kept Mm out of goal, I ahould ssy It
was rather a safoty match. Melbourne
Ills "Ucttcr Mill."
A newly married man told us tale
of woo the othor day which happens to
ovnry newly married man. When he
got married his wife gave him half the
clothes cupboard, but in only three
weeks all hla clothes wero hanging on
nails driven Into the wall, Exchange,
The Other Uxtrcmc.
Towne (reading) Headquarters for
throe dollar pants. Well, that'a queer.
llrowne What'e queer about it?
Towne I always thought three dol
lar pants were designed for other quar
ters. Philadelphia l'ress.
Hodrlck Did you enjoy Mra. Tlker'a
Van Albret No, indeod. The
talked shop and the woinon shopping.
Wasn't Quite Sure.
,ib Ilarix tlo thet gal o' yonm Im
provln' in her planner playin' since
she begin tnkln lessons?
SI Uatcnko uosli, 1 ilunno. Nile's
olther Improvln' er elee we're gittln'
used tow It, blamed of I kin toll
A Constant Drain
Upon tlio System.
SORES ON DOTH ANKLES.
Oantlemoni About ten years bito a
amnll sore oamo ou esoh of my ankles,
Sew got Into the places and they be
ostne large, eating uloeri, snd I suf
fered lutensoly tot nearly tan years,
I bad spent mora than 9A00.0O try
ing to iret well when I chanced to
so S. 0. B. advertised tn a Memphis
paper. I began to take It and was
cured. Hy limbs have never been
ore or given me any pain at all
lnoe. I have recommended S. S. a.
to a arrest many people, and am now
Hiving it to my nine-year-old eon for
JCosoma. Carina my lontr siokness I
waa living- near Memphis, Tenn., but
have einoe romoved to Kansas uity,
and am now residing at No, 014
Xast Blxteenth Street.
Sirs. D. A. HAMtia.
Kansas Olty, Mo.
and tlte system purgcu oi an inoruia,
unhealthy matter the healing process
begins, nnd the ulcer or sore is soon
S. S. S. contains no mineral or jpoison
ous drugs of any description, but is guar,
antecd a nurelv vegetable remedy, a blood
DF1EAK A LOOKINQ-QLASS
And Ton Will Have ICstraordlnarr
Oooil I. lick, Ho Tlmr Her.
If you seek good luck, break a looking-glass,
If you wish extraordinary
good fortune, smash a lot of them.
Much at lentt would likely lis tho art
vlro of Miss Henrietta Crosman and
the members of her company, nnd they
would spenk from an experience found
11! on fact.
For Mls Crosman hss thoroughly
disproved the old wives' fable that
seven years' had luck follows tho
breaking of a looking-glass. In the
three years that Miss Crosman hat
been starring, thirteen mirrors have
been broken In her company, but In
stead of misfortune and calamity at
tending these mishaps, they seem each
tlmr to bring run of good luck.
Hlrnngely enough, the first and the
thirteenth mirror were broken in Doe
ton. Miss Crosman was .about to be
gin an engagement at the Trvmont
ThcatiT, Uoston, three years ago,
when ono of the city's street-cleaning
cura smashed a large looking-glass
which was part o fthc stage equipment,
and which had Just been taken from n
transfer wagon and placed nenr the
stage door. When It became known
throughout the company that a looking
glass had been broken alt manner of
dire pndlctlons were made. Theatrical
folk are superstitious abovo most hu
man kind, and this looking-glass Inci
dent was sufficient to fill all with dis
may. The first notable event after the
breaking of the glass was the appear
ance of a representative from the lios
ton slreet-cleanlng department, who
paid the full value of the damaged
property, which was $-10. This did not
exactly look like bad luck, and was
viewed In the light of a marvel, for
surb promptness and dispatch upon the
part of n municipality had never be
fore been heard of.
Homo time thereafter the company
was playing lu a New England city
when a (rust of wind caught a looking
glass that had been leaned against the
wall of the theater In readiness to be
carried Inside, and smashed It Into
bits. Again great fear assailed Miss
Crosman's company, but, as before, the
consequences were good Instead of
evil, for the engagement In this par.
tlcular town proved to be the largest
In tlie history of the local theater.
Soon the third mirror waa broken, and
as before aome good luck befell. Then
the member of it In Crosman's com
pany took heart and began to assure
themselves that It was lucky for them
to smash a looking-glass. It Is a con
splcuous fact that every looking-glass
which baa been broken In Mist Croe
roan's company haa been followed by
aome uncommon good fortune. Thus,
Just before the recent engagement In
Philadelphia, which In point of receipts
was the biggest ever played by a dra
niatlc company In this country at lira
liar prices, a large pier glass was bro
ken as It was being taken Into the
theater. In Albany also, last winter,
a looking-glass was smashed In the
theater, and the engagement In that
city Is a part of dramatic history, as
tho business was tho biggest ou record
aud established Albany as a great
Then, ngnlii. Just before Miss Croa
ninii and her company began their run
In Huston not long ago, another mir
ror met tho fate of Its predecessors,
making the thirteenth that had been
broken lu the company In three yearn,
The Iloston engagement was a brilliant
success, and It was followed by a New
England tour which has become cele
brated as the most profitable ever play
ed by any dramatic star In that sec
tion of the country. Not once has any
thing that In any way could lie regard
ed as bad luck come ou the heels of a
mlrror-smasblng, while In every in
stance there has been n series of lucky
happenings, until now there Is
strong suspicion that some of the mlr-
ror' Crosman's company have
Corporations lo Control.
It Is believed that lu tho near
turu farina nre to bo controlled
groat corporations. In Mlsrourl
ceiitly an 8,fxi0-ncre fnrm wns placed In
thu hands if n company to be man
aged, mill this company Is now buying
surrounilliiK lauds to ninko a gigantic
farm ranch. In North Dakota tho
Dnlryuiplea own n 'JO.OOO-ncre wheat
rauch, which is nmnaged In the oamo
nmniuT as nny mercantile establish
meiit. The general trend outNlde of
agriculture has been toward consoll
elation, nnd the present eaptnlns of
the farming nml ranching Industry
have already caught tho fever, and
they, too,- will erhaps consolidate
their Intereats. Whether a unity of
capital will bo successful In' carrying
ou crop and beef production can only
bo determined hy trials and expert
Competition In farming Is getting to
bo more and more Intense. The man
who underatnuda the soil the beat is
tho one who succeeds, Modern farm-
era do not trust to luck In sowing
their crops on fresh coll. They use the
Information t-eoured through tho ex
periment stations, nnd, as a result,
each kind of soli now receives the crop
best adapted to Its nature Crop rota
tion Is followed on every well-regulated
farm; fertilization Is a part of the an
In Karnest Thou.
"I have noticed," said the off-hand
philosopher, "that a woman will get n
golf drees when she has no Intention to
"That's bo," agreed the man with the
"Aud," continued the off-hand phll
oBopher, "she will get a ball gown when
she cares nothing about dancing, and
ii tennis dress when slio wouldn't play
tennis fur fear she will freckle, and a
bathing suit when alio 1ms no thought
of going Into the water, and a riding
habit when the very thought of climbing-
on 4 horse gives her tho chills,
"Yes," Interrupted tho man with the
Incandescent whiskers, "but when slio
gets ii wedding dress she means btul
ness. Ever notice thatV" Judge,
It Is every ono's secret hope that
when tho time comes for him to hand
his baggage over to Death to bo check
ed, ho will not he afraid.
An elderly ninn very much dislikes
to havu n tilppnut young woman call
America la the land of nervous
Tho great majority of nervous
women are so because they are
suffering from some form of female dis
ease. Mrs. Emma Mitchell, 620 Louisiana
street, Indianapolis, Ind., writes:
"Poruna has certainly been a blessing
In disguise to mo, for when I first be
gan taking It fcr troubles peculiar to
the sex and a generally worn oat sys
tem. I had title faith.
" l:orthe past five years I have rare
ly been without pain, but I'eruna has
changed all this, and in a very short
time. I think I had only taken two
bottles before I began to recuperate
very quickly, and seven bottles made
me well. I do not have headache or
backache any more, and have some
Interest in life. I give ollcredlt where
it Is due, and that is to Peruna."
l)y far the greatest number of female
troubles are caused directly by catarrh.
They are catarrh of the organ which
Is affected. These women despair of
recovery. Female trouble la so com
mon, ao prevalent, that they accept it
as almost inevitable. The greatest ob
stacle In the way of recovery is that
Not tUsy to Stop Large Vessel.
Experiments show that a large ocean
steamer, going at 10 knots an hour,
will move over a distance of two miles
after Its engines are stopped and ro
ver fod, and on authority gives less
than a mile or a mile and a half as the
required space to atop its progress.
You Can Oct Aten's root-Case FP.EC
Write Allen R. OlmilfKj, Boy.N. Y for a
free amle of Allen 'a Foet-Eere. It enrrs
iweallne, hot swollen, achlnx leel. It tnakea
new or lleht ihoea eatjr. A. certain cure for
r.ima In vniwln r nalli and Lunloni. Allarue-
SlitiaeUtt. 2Sc Don't accept any lOUtltute.
A Modern Hercules.
Edward Beaupre, a Canadian, at
present a resident if Chicago, is so
strong that he lately lifted a horsejbod
ily off Its legs.
riTft rermanently Cored. NoBttornerroaineas
rl 10 nr nrlOr'U!eufl)r.Klln,iUrtn
lt.lorrr. Heod ror Krre S3 trial bottleand treatise.
Dr. It, j, Kline, Ud.,ui Arch ei, railadelphla, ft.
What the Steamboat Does. '
One day little Archie, three years of
age, saw a railroad lor tbo first time,
and did not know what to make of it.
He ran to his motner and said: "Oh,
mamma, it's a steamboat looking for
water." Washington Star.
loo iieward anoo.
The readers ot this paper will be pleased to
Hru that there Is at leant one dreaded dUease
that science has been able to cure la all Its
tacts, and that Is catarrh, IlaU'sCstarThCure
is ihe only positive cure known to the medical
fraiefnltr. Catarrh being a constitutional dts
eftse, requires a con a lit u I Ion al treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting
dlrvcily upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system, thereby destroying the founda
tion ot the d Urate, and giving the patient
strennth by building up the comtUution and
slitting naturein doing Its work. The pro
prletors bare, so much faith In Its curative
powers, that they offer One Hundred 1 -oil art
lor any case thai, it falls to core, fceud for list
f testimonials. Address
K. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O
Uail's KsuiHv 1'Uls are the best.
The Record Avalanche.
Tlio liUReet avalanchu ever measured
fell in tho Italian Alps in 18S5. It
contained 25,000 tons of enow.
gaNtfrjP--jy n aji siiil
'Xlio Kliul Yon linvo Always Uouglit lias borno thu slpim
turo of Clms. II. Fletcher, ami lias been nindo under Ills
Iicrsonul supervision for over UO years. Allow no ono
o deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations nnd
".Tust-as-jrnoil" nro hut Experiments, nml endanger tho
liuklth ot Children Kxpcrienco ngulnst .Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Cnstorliv is n harmless suhstltiito for Castor Oil, lnro
coric, Drops nnd Soothing; Syrups. It is Pleasant. 1C
contains neither Opium, Horphtno nor other Narcotic
substance Its iifro is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
nnd allays Fcverlslincss. It cures Dlurrli-n nml "Wind
Colic, lc relieves Tcethlufr Troubles, cures Constipation
nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tlio Food, regulates tlio
Stomach and Itowcls, giving healthy nod natural sleep.
Tho Children's l'auucca Tho Mother's Friend,
Tlie Kind You Haye Always Bought
Use For Over 30 Years.
THCCKNTSUn COMPANY, TT MUMSV BTRKKTs NSW VORH CITY
ybursjbra Clear Head3
Tired, Nervous, Aching, Trem
bling, Sleepless, Bloodless Pe
ruana Renovates, Regulates, Re
storesMany Prominent Wemcn
they do not understand that it ie ca
tarrh which Is the source of their ill
ness. In female complaint, ninety
nine cases nut of one hundred are noth
ing but catarrh. Peruna cures catarrh
Chronic invalids who bavo lan
guished for years on sick beds with
some form of female disease begin to
improve at once after beginning Dr.
Among the many prominent women
who recommend Peruna are: Iielva
Lockwood, of Washington, D. 0.; Mrs.
Col. Hamilton, of Colnmbus, Ohio;
Mrs. F. E. Warren, wife of U. S. Sen
ator Warren, of Wyoming.
If you do not derive prompt and sat
isfactory results from the use of Peruna,
write at onco to Dr. Ilartman, giving
a full statement of yonr case, and he
will be pleased to give you his valuable
Address Dr, Ilartman, President of
The Ilartman Sanitarium, Colnmbus,
I Ifltrt The peerleae Skirt Bopporter endVaMeii.
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Foot of Morrison Street, Portland, Oregon
The Ell Gatollne Engine A child can run It
Valvta and all worklnr parts corered up. 1 h.
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Write for Illustrated catalogue and for price
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Fits both for EaMern rollecen. Primary and
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ear course oaei itinaerganen Mon
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TWIIEN writing to Advertisers pleaae
II raenthtn thla pp.r.
Mi lis ii J mi illjl iil 1' aJslSj o
i Alcohol, imurniATED
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I8THMU8 OF TEHUANTEPEC
Ohort Itonta for trlilptnente to the Par
The completion of the extcnslvo port
works nt Coatzacoalcoa, on the gulf,
and Hnllna Crtu on tho Pacific side,
connected by a well-equipped railroad
across the narrow Isthmus of Tehuan
tepec, promises to provide a short route
for shipments to Pacific coast ports
and tho far East that will be nn Im
portant factor long before the ciies.
tlcm of an Isthmian canal Is settled,
aays Modern Mexico. The co-opcratlon
of the Mexican government In the
building of this transcontinental line
Is a satisfactory guaranty that the ex
tensive undertaking will be carried to
a successful end. The location of a
connection between the great oceans Is
a question that does not affect to nny
great degree shipping between North
Atlantic and Southern Pacific porta,
but when the saving In time between
Atlantic and gulf points and Central
and North American coast cities and In
ahlpmenta to Asia are considered, the
advantages of the northern route are
From Panama to Rallna Cruz the dis
tance Is 1,303 miles, which Is a clear
saving for freight to northern porta
shipped via 'Tehuantepcc. The saving
will be made upon all shipments to
Central American porta, varying In
Importance from ATA miles to Junta
Arenas, Costa Itlca, to 1,002 miles to
Han Joee de Oautcmala. Prom Hallna
Cruz to San Francisco the distance Is
only 2,170 miles, snd shipments to
the Orient will save over 1,000 miles
by the use of the Mexican rail transfer
to the Pacific In preference to going
through a Panama canal. It Is a
fact not generally known that from
New Orleans to Ssn Francisco by the
Mexican Isthmus It is 100 miles shorter
than by the line of the Southern Pa
cific Hallway. With sucli shipping
facilities as It Is Intended to establish
the Mexican short cut across the back
bone of the continent will doubtless
divert much commerce from all-rail
lines. It will from the start furnish
an attractive route for the growing
export cotton trade of the Southern
American Sutra to the Orient, and
It will at once become a powerful fac
tor In the development of Mexico's
rich west coast
t UNCLE BEN'S NEPHEW.
"Uncle Ben" the fjood-natured bach.
elor brother of the family had been
smoking silently while the other men
were swapping stories. At last be
J took his pipe out of his mouth and
I "Vou married men think you know
It all. But your experiences pale In
contrast to mine with that kid nephew
In the other room.
I "I rashly offered to stay with blm
1 the other night while all you folks
went out. and actually the things that
kid did In the hour I was with blm
would make a list a mile Ions, more
"lie yelled twenty minutes without
stopping for breath. I'm willing to
; swear on that.
I "Pulled enough balr from my head
and whiskers to stuff a sofa pillow.
"Decorated the wall paper as high
aa he could reach with the poker.
"Broke a rase by sitting down on It.
- "Swallowed several buttons and a
lot of thread..
"Emptied bis mother's work-basket
things Into the fireplace.
"Punched the bead of the cat Into a
cup, and as scratched badly In the
"Knocked the bead off a fine war
doll belonging to bis sister by trying
to drive a tack wltb It.
"Fell off the sofa and bowled,
"Broke three panes ot window glass
with my cune.
"Fell Into the coal scuttle and spoil
ed bis white dress.
"Set fire to the carpet while I was
out of the room bunting up tomethlni;
to amuse blm.
"Crawled under the sofa and re
fused to come out until I gave blm
"Got twisted In the legs of a chair;
tbey bad to be broken to get blm out.
"Poured water Into bis mother's slip
"Finally when be saw his mother
coming, he ran to the door, tumbled
off the steps, cut hU nose aud tore a
bole lu bis dress.
"Pretty swift record. Isn't It? Still,
the ktd'll come out nil right. lie's
the proper stuff." Chicago Iteeord
Indians Know a Coward.
An Oklahoma man once told an In
dlan that a desperate white man was
after his scalp. He smiled and shook
his head. "A few days later," con
tlnues the narrator, "we were talking
to the white man. when the Indian
came up to the group. He had spot
ted the stranger and knew blm by
sight. Without saying a word to him
he walked up within arm's reach nnd
struck the white man In tlie fine with
a rotigb, heavy glove. Ho paused for
a few seconds und bit blm again,
'Ugh!' be exclaimed as he wheeled
around and walked away. Tho white
man looked at the Indian In iniiiizc
nient, but made no show of resent,
uient. Later lu the day, when we ask
ed the Indian why he didn't follow
up the Insult with blows, he .told us
the white uinn was a coward, In
explaining how be knew It lie said
the mans 'Jaw dropped' when he
struck blm In the face the second
time with the glove, and that this, with
the Indian, waa nu unfailing sign ot
cowardice." Kansas City Join mil.
Correspondent Vou saw what the
papers said about you this morning, I
ltetlml Millionaire (pre-ildrnt of a
great corporation) No; I don't know
what they said nbout me, but you may
say for me, sir, that there wasn't n
word of truth In It. Chicago Tribune.
Uuolo Uben Says.
Pe difference 'between do man dnt'a
flgcrlu' ou perpetual motion," wild
Uncle Kben, "an de man dat a work-
In' a system to beat do race Is dat
de perpetual motion man dldu' hub no
mouey In de fus' place." Washington
"About a rear sco mv htlr was
coming out very fast, so I bough t
a noma ot Aver s iisir vigor, ii
stopned the fslllns and made my 0
hair grow very rapidly, until now It
la 45 Inches In length." Mrs. A.
uoyasion, Atcnuon, runs.
There's another hunger
than that of the stomach.
Hair hunger, for Instance.
Hungry hair needs food,
needs hair vigor Ayers.
This is why wc say that
Ayer's Hair Vigor always
restores color, and makes
the hair grow long and
heavy, tt.st e tw. Aiunuun.
lr vonr (trarrlil cannot aunnlr von.
send as one doUar snd we win exprea
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j. c Axr.it cu.,uweu, Mail.
ami. Her. SIimp. Xt.
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Ftrry, Monro, Win.
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PORTLAND AKKI 0O I'ortlnnd. Or.,
MIaflrd lh lorlare of the damned
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year. I ran aerots your CASCARKTS tn the
town of Newell. la., and nerer found anything
to equal them. To-day I am entirely free from
plies and feel like a new man."
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pairs carried In stock. We also furnish raAotlnv
engines to run this machinery. Onr niacMiies ar
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