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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1903)
A Bad Stomach
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iilnir mtniK, iiiiiihhi IiuHmvii ini'iiia,
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ily,i.,nlii, mill (let i N j.iiriiimiiuii
Aoi'iit in, Miilmilliitii.
In llii I'uii'd of l,n Motitlin mill Kont
ill- lilltllllll' III lrilllt' llllVI' lllM'tl lllarllY-
itimI muni, ri'innrkiililf fiicrn vIiiijm iiiiiI
iwikIi t hi I i i 1 1 1 1 r mi tin' lurk, mini i In
ini'liUtinlf I Hum. unil ri'pri'kfiillui: nil
linnla Iuiu hIiii'd extinct. A lining tlii'Kn
tin- iiiiiiniimtli iluitri'i roiispliMioiiBly.
'I'Ihth urn iiIhu dtrllilliu lilfliuca f III
ri'lnili'iT. wlili-li U known to luivu onn-
txi'll llll tllllUtlllllllt Of Wl'HllTM i:u
.Mi'trroroloKlnil Inatriiiiii'iila of elKiin
If Ui Imvii Iiwii iIi.Ij:iii. liy M.
JiiimHrn fur tho niiiiiiiilt of Mont Ilium-,
mill nro to lm rrttil liy ti'lrnenpu from
t'lminunU, nt tlu foot of lliu inoiintiilii.
Tim ImrnniwiT In tu lmvi n liuuii illul.
with lunula mined liy a pliittniiin riniit
un ilii- mi-miry. Tin' tlmrmomi'lfr will
innliiln mri'riil iiiarta of ulruliol, mnl
win iiiivk i(.n..i imirkn tin mm or
more npnrt. Tlio turn unil illn-ctlmi
r tho wind will he cntlmiited from
Hi ilcitiH'tlou of nu Iron Lull. (Illcil
IIL nicmiry uud auapviidi'd frum !
Arliotm engineers regard the (Irand
Cimyon of thn Colorado na uffordlns
nlic of tin' grenteat Ilelda In i-xlali'iici'
for lln ili'Vclopmi'ut of I'leclrlclty from
wntcr power. In iiildltlnu to the lm-
llli'liai. power of thv Cotorndo Itaelf.
hirice atorca of itierey un avullnlile In
tho aiuiiller alrcnina Hint leup Into the
vnat chimin. Tho plmi hy which the
(Miwer of the iiiulu atrenui will. It la
now thought, rvciitunlly he utilized i
Unit of "plcktni: up" thn fall of Hid
river liy uieiina of tunnel. At n point
Mlwut aeventy inllea north of Wltlluiiii
It la auhl that n fall of fi.lMKJ feet cii
lie found In n dlatatico hut llttlv ei,
ceedliiK u mile.
'I he lit'i.artinctit of Agriculture la nl
pn-MMit luveatlKntlnK the curloila lm
huvlor of certain plauta crowing oi
the Weatern (irulrlra which are known
n loco-iveeda. Ijco" In Kpntilah ale
. lilllea crazy Cattle mid other uutiiiaN
lirillnic upon loeo weeda auffer de
niPteini'lit of the hnilu that prercut
(iiorillnnllnu niovcineiita. Hereral
wieila tx loiiKliiif to the I,. 'on family are
lili'llldeil In thla pnlaiiuoua cateeory.
It Una been aaaerled that a alnsle
dn"e of aome or theae weeda will
Cliliae liiHiinlly; hut V. K. Cliealnut. of
thn Depnrtuieiit of Aerlculllirp. ex
prraaea the liellcf that kovernl dnya of
fciillue nro reiiulrt-d to proitucu n bad
A cloud la whlto hecnuao Ita cor-
pllaclea of vapor nro larRii enough to
rellect nil rya. Inrgo nnd amall. Hut
the upper nlr hna lullulto uuinbera of
purtlclea ao minute that they throiv
back only the amnller or blue-wave
if light, nnd not the larger red, yel
low uud green wiivm. and thua blue la
I he. iiredumluiint, but not exclualrn.
color of the aky. Thla tong-ncceptcil
theory of I'rof. Tyndaira la now ijuea
Honed hy M. Kprlug, the Hwla phya
Iclat. He haa experimented with
luiiilnoua raya under many condltlona,
getting nil rolora except blue, which
fulled to appear, uutll, by the nld of
electricity, be aecured n pure atmos
phere. Thla wna clearly tinged Willi
blue, lending to the conclualon that tho
blue of the aky la an cKcntlal quality
of the air, of cucuilcnl origin.
"I hear Jack Kandor wn here to see
thn baby," aaid Mr. Iloamloy.
"Via," hla wlfo replied.
"I anppoMi tho flret thing he raid
waa: 'lie lonka uat like hia liither.' "
"N'n, the tl ret tiling ho rnld waa
'Uood lleavena!' Then lie mid that."
The mirror never flatters; it tells
truth, no matter how much it may hurt the
( nriile or how lnimiliutim: and disagreeable
the reflections. A red, rottc;h skin is
beauty, nnd blackheads, blotches nnd
are ruinous to the complexion, and no
desperate efforts nre made to hide these blemishes, nnd
cover over the defects, nnd some never stop to consider
the danger in skin foods, face lotions, soaps, salves
nml powders, butnpply them vip;orously nnd often with
nut reenril to coiiscciuciiccs. nnd man v complexions
nre ruined by the chemicals nnd poisons contained hi these cosmetics.
Skin diseases nre due to internal causes, to humors nnd poisons in the
blood, and to attempt n cure by exter
nal tieatmcnt is an endless, hopeless
task, Some simple wash or ointment
is often beneficial when the skin is
much-inflamed or itches, but you can't
depend upon local remedies for perma
nent relief, for the blood is continually
throwing off impurities which irritate
nnd clog the glands nnd pores ol
the skin, nud ns long as the blood re
mains unhealthy, just so lone; will the
eruptions last. To effectually nnd per
manently cure skin troubles the blood
must be purified nud the system
thoroughly cleansed nnd built up, nnd
S. S. S., the well known blood purifier
and tonic, is acknowledged superior to
nil other remedies for this purpose. It
is the only guaranteed strictly vegeta
ble blood remedy. It never deranges
thn uvclem nr linnatra the diucstion
like Potash and Arsenic nnd drugs of this character, but aids in the digestion
and assimilation of food and improves the appetite. Being n blood purifier
If vouhave anv skin trouble send
DUeasci. " No charge for medical advice. Write us about your case.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA GAt
OUTI'UT OF TOOTHPICKO.
Mllllona Mntiiifncliirril In America
Mini Mora I itijuirtait
Then- la niiii iiiIIcIp of iiiiiniifiH'tiira
Hull la nurd to rxlinalvi'ly In tlio tint.
tint Hlnti-a Unil uu inn. Iiiim mi lili'u of
tin1 iiiinniil iiniiiitlly vonmiiiiiil, iinmi'ly.
wonili'ii toullipli'ka. AiTonlliiK to mi
I'Xpirl, tin iiiiinhrr la almply Ilicnli'Ul
iilii... Mlllliina upon lulllliiiia of t lie tiny
wooili'ii allvi-ra un tiiniiil Mill i'niy
J I'll r from AiiiitIciiii fuiMorli a nlunr,
mnl on top nt llila iiimiimiiiIoiih oiitpul
I'oini' Inipoiiiitloiia frum I'cirluunl unit
Jnpnli unit oilier ooiintrlra niurly ua
lnrm na lliu iliiinrnllc protliiRl.
Moal of till' AiiiitIciiii toolliplcka, nc
c nlliiK to lliu New Yolk Tlmra, come
from Krnukllii County, In Mntiir, near
Uu- fori-at lioinv of thv whlto lilrcli, out
of which Ufi piT rent of the iloiiieatlu
toothpick nre inuili'. Thin wooil la aoft
nuil pliable unil of admirable rralatmica
for thn puriwac for which It la unci).
Wliulu til II Im In Maine art) devoted to
aupplyliiK Hid country with toolliplcka,
ntul In tin- ludualry la to hi- found aount
of the llucat mid moat lutrlcalu of inn
chlticry. Bo tremviidoiia la the output
of lliese uiiichlnca Hint In n 1)1 Iff am
miii, durliiu thv aprliiK, eiioilk'h toolli
plcka en ii In- iiinitc to mpply tL ii mar
Ui'ta of thv vntlru country for tho ywir
A further Idfn of the capacity of the
liiiichlma limy In, hnd from the fuel Hint
only KJ turn nre iicceaanry to opurnto
mid run ull the mllla In franklin Coun
ty. Other mllla of thla kind nro unl
tercd throughout l'iniiiaylviinin mid
Mnaani'hitaella mid wi-ttcru New Vork,
hut thv rvul houiu of the toothpick la
While, lilrcli la not the only wood uaeil
fr tin duim-itlc tootliiilck: imiiilf
puiiinr an. wntiloviil hh w.-II. Imt lilrcli
turn tint proprrty of riituliiltiK Ita forctt
oilor mill awrvttii-aa.
The fellliiK of toothpick treea la only
Incidental to the regular luinhcr work
of thv Maine foreatt-ra. No i-apeclnl
men are suit out to hunt up aultnlile
trcea. Hut whenovcr the fori'imiii of a
Kunu of woodaincii comoa ncroaa a trc
apeclnlly ndnptxl to toolliplcka he or
dera It felli-d and laid aalde. The
brnncliea of the tree are then trimmed
nut only thv trunk Itaelf la tranaportrd
to the mllla. There the bark la aklimeU
mid Hie unked trunk la run through a
iinifhltii' which aevera It Into venecra.
"Venecra" la the technical exprmalou
for thlu atrlpa of wood no thicker than
a plice of blotting paper nnd n wider
than the lengtk of a toothpick. Once
tho trunk hua been cut Into theae aheeta
of wood, only one proreaa reninlna to
tuin nut the toolliplcka tit for packing
and ahlpplug to market. The venerra
are feil lulo n aecond mnchlne auppllid
with aharp, rutary knlvca that whirl nt
trvuieiidoua hlgli aiieed, aiilpplnx thv
veneeri Into toolliplcka at the rote of
I hundrrda of tbouwiuda nu hour.
I It la only tho ao-cnlled "fnucy" tooth
pick tbnt la not made In thla country.
In Portucnl. from where moat of the
loriiugewood plcka are lniortcd. tin
atleka are alnirpi-iuJ by young glrla
I who. In return for turning out "plcka"
harp ni niiillei und amooth ua Ivory,
are paid 3 ceuta a day.
The J h pun cue toolliplcka nro ninde of
One reeda, nnd nro dlatlnct from UioaD
lent to thla country by tho I'ortngtn-ie
uianufaclurera. A Jnpaneae toothpick
la delicate and thin na Hsaue paper, nnd
ncvcrthclcsa alrong and pliable, the
Jnpaiieae toothplck-mnker earna even
tea than hla rortugiirae fellow crnfta
limn, hla reiiiunerntlou being a fraction
more thnn 2 centa n day. In abort, a
thouanmt toothplcka may be bought In
Japan for aa much na It coala to pack
and box 5.000 of American make.
Chlldnn'i Pavorlte Dead.
Mlaa Kllxabelli W. Martin, whono
torlea for children nor widely known,
la ileiid. Hha waa a couain ol Hamuel
I.. Cement and Col. Henry Wattui.
ia a trunJ"
"What ia a trual?" aiked the
"A trust, " replied tho newspaper
nian'i Iwy, "ia a tubjnet for an odl.
tonal when there ia nrthing olao to be
dltcumod." Chicago 1'oat.
Antwerp Strongly Portllltd.
Kw pooplo aio awaruof tlio enor
nu, ue military Ftrengtli of Antwern.
hlncu 18(10 tiG.OUO.OOO has been spent
Gartnravlllo, Oa It. It. No. S3.
I aiiffored tor a number of yoara
with a aevaro Kettle-rain.
About twelve yeura niro I atarted
ualng U. B 8., nnd artel' taUlnir threu
boltloa I folt tuyanlr cured nnd hava
alnca taken a bottto occaalonnlly,
and had. little or no trouble along
that Una. My irenerat health haa
luan batter aluco, X reoommend
ti. a. 11. aa a Rood Mood xnedlolno and
alt round tonto, Youra truly,
lira. M. 1. 1'IuiAHD,
Boma two yaara ago X Buffered a
Brreat deal, cauaed on acooimt of bait
blood, tlmalt raah or plmplea broka
out oyer my body and kept gettlns
woreo day uy day tor ovor a year.
Hooluir H. 0, ti. adverttaed In tlio pn
pera and havinir heard alio tt had
cured aovorul peoplo tn thla city,
concluded to clvo It a fair trial.
After uituc the medtolne for eomM
ume,iamnir in an aix uoiea,x wan
MDWAltn O. toNO.
1030 Olay Btreot, l'aduoah, Uy.
thcvw..,Nwir . o
and louic couimncu, uic muuuia unu jiui
sons nre counteracted nud the Wood made
rich nnd pure, and nt the same time the
general health and system is rnpidly built
up and good health is established, and
this, after all, is the secret of a smooth,
soft skin nnd beautiful complexion.
for our free book, "The Skin and III
t C O O D
I Short QtorieJ
A ii'rtiiln weekly wnliea up Ha lie
lliiitleut KtiliKi-i IIk'Ih In thla lively funh
lini: "It Ik hiiIiI Hint n liiiin who
ailiieezi'H it ilollnr never wmtv hla
wife. A kI'iiicii ut our aiiliaerlptlou
liiiiili leiiila ua to believe Hint ninny
women In thla aecHon nre not hiivliig
their rlha i rm ki-il. Come In nuil aettlu
nnd Hhow Hint fill'a right nt home."
Not loii iigo it certtilti door compnuy
reeelvi'd mi nriler for n enrloiul of
dniira from mi embryo Tenia town.
The order wna filled unil the iloora
rendy for ahlpmi'iit, when n lelegriiui
una recelviil cuiuelliig the order, nuil
niiiimiiieliig Hint n loiter of explmiiitlou
uiiiild folllow. 'I'he letter nrrlviil, mid
wna found to he brief at ml miieh to tho
point. It rend: "Cinieel order for cur
loud of ilniirH. The town hna Niiildenly
gone prohibition, nnd ao iiiuuy iloora
could not be lined III twenty yeura."
Ileeeiitly un Amerlenn traveling In
Itilaalii. who bad neglected tu provide
hlliiaelf with a paaaport, when he ar
rive,! ut the borilerH of tho Cznr'a i!
ii in I mm, win held up by mi olllclal with
n ili iiiaml for hla pnnxport. I'or uu In
atniit the American waa atiimped, but,
an the alory goea, he ipilekly roae to
the emergeiiey. Diving Into Ida lualde
pocket, he pulled out hla life liiaurnueu
pulley mid handed It to the Huaaluu.
'I'he latter gravely looked tho jmiier
over, run-fully aeriltlnlzlng the Impoa
Ing looking u nl nuil the urrny of alg
iinluri'B. Then, with a mi Hulled nlr. he
hamled hack tho paper, and the Aiuer-
ll'llll pilHHIll on.
The flrat IjiiiI Ampthlll once called
upon lllaiuurck, mid, while he wultcd
In un nnte riMiin before being recelviil
by the (icrimiu ihaiieellur, out camu
('omit Hurry Ariilm, fiimilng hlmaelf
wllh IiIh handkerchief, und looking na
If he uere about to choke. "Well," ho
aald, "I cannot unilerctiiiiil how Ilia
niiirek can hear that-ainoklng the
atrongeat lluvuiina lu n atuffy little
room. I hnd to beg hlui tu npen thv
window." When the ICiigllnhmiiii en
tered the npiirtuicnt he found Hla
marek niipmeiilly guaplug for breath
nt the open window. "Whnt atmnge
tnatea mime people have," the chancel
lor aald; "Aruliii haa Juit been with
me, mid he waa ao overiKiwerlngly per
fumed Hint I could atiiuil It no longer,
and hail to open the window."
A aiiburban Philadelphia banker tella
nlth great antlafiictluii a atory that 11
liiatrutea well the almost Incredible
proweaa In egg-laying of hla helm.
"Home time ago," he aiiya. "un egg waa
left for u neat egg In the place where
my heiiH lay. Thla nest egg, the other
day, hatched, and I have now one lone
ly little chick, which aeverul dozen
iiiothera care for. Hern la the expla
nation of thla miracle: My heiia nre
mil ateady layera that one would no
aiMiuer get orf the neat egg. having
depoHlted n froth egg IichIiIc It, than
another would allp on. ami In her turn
lay. Thua by dozens of different moth
era the solitary egg wna hatched.
Though nu one hen 'aiif or 'clooked'
on It, nevertheleaa It wna kept always
Harm, nnd In due Hue there atepped
forth from It u lonely but vigorous
Home Ouerr Krrora Made t"j Children
In Tltlra at Hooka.
The children who make use of public
libraries usually know iUlte at well ua
their eldera what they want, nit hough
they make occasional uilatukva In ask
lug for It.
A very natural confualon of n mod
ern with uu earlier clnasle wna lu the
liitlid of Hint amall boy, for Instance.
who recently demmided "Jolllwog'a
Travels," nud tho librarian, who finally
Induced lit id to accent Uulltver'a In-
Ktciul, wna excusable for being niomen
Nor wna the little girl Immediately
nerved and satisfied who requested a
book by Ilannnli Sanderson, of which
she could not remember the title. She
knew It waa In the library, becnuse
"Minnie Johnson had had It, uud It
It waa iiulte useless to Inform her
, Hint no such book iippcured In the cntii-
logue; she merely thought the attend
ant very stupid, uud proceeded, by wny
of enlightening '"'f. to describe the
contents. When she mentioned Hint
ono atory waa about a frog princess,
the olllclal mind waa suddenly Illum
ined, nnd she received the fairy tales
of Iluna Andersen which was what
All Incident which, na the narrator
truly auys, would huve delighted Dick
ens hlmaelf, occurred ut the Jackson
Square branch of the New York Public
Library not long ago, when a little girl
needless to my u very little girl
artlessly Inquired for "A Title of Two
Kittles, by Chnrlea Dickens." She wna
not of un age for novels, nor for thrill
ing Incidents of the Trench Itevolulkm;
the Ml, nu hm saw her error, kindly ex
plained that C lu "Cities" hounded like
S, and offered her a book of pussy-cat
stories biiltnble to her yours.
She was quite satisfied to accept It.
It was not Dickens she wanted, It was
ENGLISH PLEASURE GARDENS.
Muunlflceiit IterltHtfa Alalutnlned Ad
uitrilbly Ml lice the Tlidar 1'erUd.
Kugllsli guldens nre dlatliigiilslied
from those of continental Turopi1, be
eatisc they have had u continuous ex
istence aiul history elnee the Tudor pe
riod. Italian gardens were at their
best late lu Hie sixteenth century and
cuily In the tevcnleaith century, says
the Architectural Itecoid; but there
after they declined Just us nil Italian
ait diclltied. During the elghtteuth
century the local nud cardliiul princes
maintained them; hut they did not
build new ones; and during the nine
teenth century they hnve tcatcely been
kept In repair.
Tho Trench garden reached Its con
summnte expression In Versa, lies lalo
In tho seventeenth century. The crown
so completely overshadowed Trench
I life nt that time nnd during the elgh
I tccnth century that the royul gurdcua
nre aimellilug more thnn rural: they
me n.au uiitiuiil. Hut alnee the r -nliitloti
aocliil und eionomlc eon III na
have imt fuvoreil III Trance the lan,g
oul of new ft l.d i hihornle giirib na
Much gnriletia uiv a luxury, to be en
Joy f tl only by Ihe very il Ii. and
I'M m il ui lllill teuila to be distributed
rather thnn (Miicentinied. Mnrem . r.
I'leiieli people, while they line ihe
roiiulry uud ddlglit In llowera, me
an aoclnl Hint tin charni t -rlatie exprra
along of tilt Ir modern life are urban
They have made I'arla aomethlng bulb
of a garden nud a park, bin Indlrldinl
Trinthmc.li have not Itidiilgid In lib
orati) formal galdeiia fur their prraon
In lluglalid other condition hate
prrvnlled. Kver aliu-e Tuil n time there
have been realdent on the anil an iner
getle and elllclent nrlalocrney mil
landed gentry who were to it gnnter
or lean extent the real lender -of the
country. 'I'hey have for the innat pan
been prosperous an. I progrcaalve, II v
lug on lb. Ir eit.it.-a ni.d nd.pilng llie.r
aiiclul luiblla H) coiliilry life. Conac
qiiently throughout the whole of the
time old garden have been altered
nnd new (.lien built: hew Ideas and ln
llueiic a huve been ciiialnutly r. epltig
In: mid nt the same 1 1 mo the coiiacrvu
tlve hablla of Hngl ind. the continuity
of Ita life nnd the comparative absence
of revolutionary and military disturb
ance have nil contributed to the main
tenance utmost tinlmpnlrid of their
liiagnlllcent heritage of gardena. There
la no parallel lu Kngland to the partial
ilccny nud ruin of the grent ttnllnn an I
Trench gardens. i:ngllshuieii either
inulntnln or Improve, or they diatry.
It la true that their luqirovemenls are
more destructive thnn the negligence
of Itnllntia, but It I nt least the eU
dence of n fresh nnd living Interest.
HIS FIRST 8UCCE8S.
Famotfi I'orlr It l'Mlntcr Telia of an
The flrat success of nn nrtlnt la nl
wnys Interesting. C. 1. A. Ilenly, the
portrait painter, tella of hla lu his
"Iteuilnlaceiicea." A Miss Htunrt. who
hnd taken some Interest In him, had
lent hlin n print of (iulilo Heiil'a "Ucce
Homo." He copied thla on u cnuvns,
nnd then colored It aa best he could,
without nny help excejit na the Btudy
of hla own face afforded for the tlesh
Such as It wna, anya Mr. Ilenly, I
cnrrled the picture to a good-nntureil
lMHikseller, who consented to put It In
Ida shop window. I own that I often
found un excuse for pausing along that
street, so u to give a rapid glance at
A Catholic priest from the country
happened to pass Hint way, and
stopped to look at the picture. After
hesitating, he went lu nnd asked
whether the picture wna for anlo. My
friend the bookseller must have hnd n
twinkle In hla eye aa he answered that
dotibtlesa the artist would consent to
part with hla work for a consideration.
"I mu not rich," aald the priest. "All
I could acrupe together would be ten
"1 will apenk to the nrtlat nnd give
you an nnswer to-morrow." And on
the morrow the priest carried nwuy tho
"Kcce Homo" and the "artist" pocket
ed the ten dollars. I do not know
which wns the happier of the two; but
I rather fnucy It wits the boy painter.
Somo thirty years later, na I stood
talking with aome friends at the Cap
itol In Washington, I snw nn old man
wearing a Human collar. On hearing
my nnme pronounced by one of my
friends, he came up to me nnd said:
"Are you Mr. Healy, the painter" I
bowed, and he continued, with n smile:
"I believe that I am the possessor of
one of your earliest works, If not the
earliest. Do you remember nn 'Eccc
Homo' which you hnd placed In the
window of a ltoston bookseller? A
country priest offered ten dollars for
It. 1 mil the priest, nnd your picture
still hangs In my little church. I have
always felt that I had something to do
with your Biicccsa In life."
I ahook my first patron heartily by
the hand, nnd told him what Joy his
ten dollars hnd given me.
A ROYAL ART STUDENT.
The Fultan of Morocco ltecame a Verj
Mulal-Abd-cl-Azlz, Sultan of Moroc
co, who often In the last year has
drawn the eyes of the world to hla
monarchy lu northern Africa, bus
learned that some things Kurop.un ure
better than some things Moorish, and
has act out to acquire them. Among
other things, he learned that Kino
penua paint, nud he bent for un artist
to teach his royal baud the art. The
artist was Arthur Schneider, who tella
the Century Mngiulne his experience
with bis lotdly pupil.
At the tlrst audience with the Sul
tan he showed some of his sketches.
"Dinw me u man," said the Sultan.
Mr. Schneider drew n charconl sketch
of nu American lu.ihin. The Sultan
took paper nnd pencil, which he hnd
never used before, und mndo a fair
copy. The artist couipllineu.ed nlm.
"No, uo," he replied; "but by und by,
God willing, I shnll be uble to do us
you do. Now 1 nin only n begluuer."
ltnther n modest spirit for a lord of
The next dny the Sultan showed the
drawing of the Indian besmudged uud
stieiiked. "Why has thy friend gone?"
It was done In charcoal nud should
have been llxed."
The same charcoal we bum In the
"Very like It."
"Wondrous! Canst mnkc a likeness
of one standing by thee?"
"Yea, my loul. ho Mr. Schneider
diew the Moorish doctor, sprnjed the
drawing with "tKntlf" nnd passed It
to the throne, where the royal fingers
btreiiked It through but did nut re
move the cluuvoal.
Wondeiful!" tald Mulal-.Vbd-e:-
The Sultnu soon learned to draw
fairly well. Some of his drawings nie
reproduced In the magazine with Mr.
Thoiiatimla of Now Federal Julia.
The lust Congress created 11,31(1
new ottlccs and employments, nt nu
iiumitU compensation of $7,UL'7,OTJ. Ag
tho Congress ill no nbollsbcd 1,815 of-
llccs, the net Increase la 0,501, with uu
nggregnte of $U,USU,158 In salaries uud
I. kr' ji
Another club woman, Mrs.
Hnulc, of ndjterton, Wis., tells ,
how she was cured of irrcgulari
tips and uterine trouble, terrible
pains and backache by Lydia E. J
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, j
" A while ago my health began to
fall becauno of female troubles. The '
doctor did not help me. I remembered j
that my mother had naed I.yillll 1
I'lnklmm'H V:t;etublu Compound
on many occasion for Irregularities I
and utorlnn troubles, and I felt sure I
that It could nut harm me at Dy rate
to give It a trial. I
"I waa certainly glad to And that
within a week I felt much better, tho
terrible paina In my bock and sldo
were beginning to ceaae. and nt the
time of menstruation 1 did not have
nearly aa acrioua a time aa hereto
fore, ho I continued Ita uae for two
month, and at the end of that time I
was like a new woman. I really have
never felt better in my life, have not
bad a nick headache aince, and weigh
20 poundt more than I ever did, ao I
unhcaltatlngly recommend Vegetable j
Compound." Mas. Mat IIacle. Ed-
perton. Wis., President Iloiuehold
Economic Club. ttOOO ferftltlf erlelnaief
ata Ittttr prwttiti gtitulittit tuiri M predt4.
Women should remember there
1 ono tried anil true remedy for I
nil female Ills. I.ydln E. Pink
liam'H VofrotAble Compound. Ito
t ae to bur nny- other medicine
you neod tho best.
Bird's Nest In Letter Box.
At the vil age ol Weald, near St.
Neots, Kngland, the public letter box
contains a bird's nest with fonr eggs.
The postman whose duty it is to take
away the letters time alter time (ound
pieces ol moss in the box and threw
them out, but the bird always took
them bark, ao at length he left the nest
materials alone. The box is opened
three time a day, bat the bird sits on
A Wonderful Actor.
Wink Talx about ttage realism!
You should see Strident in "Love and
Jinks He can't hold a candle to my
friend, Mouther. Why, sir, he played
the heavy villain In "Woman's
Wrongs" so realistically that his wife
sued for a divorce the next week." N.
rino's Cure W a good couch medicine.
It has cured concha and colds for forty
years. At drugtrijla, '25 cents.
Not to Be Thought Of.
Housewife (to tramp) If yon taw
that wood I nlll give you 10 cents.
Tramp- My dear woman, I would he
happy to favor yon, hut you Fee If I did
that job for 10 cents I would be prote
cuted under Hie new anti-trust law (or
charging you less than I charge your
neighbors Boston Commercial Bulle
tin. One Woman's View.
"I suppose you turned me down be
cause ol my piverty," said the impe
cunious youth who had just been
handed the frosty mitt; "but you
should remember that it is possible to
bave plenty ol money and still be un
happy." "True," replied she of the refriger
ator mein, "but I would rather bo un
happy with money than without it." -Chicago
Austria Never a Colonizer.
Austria Is the only empire In the
ond which has never bad colonies cr
even traneinarine possessions in any
quarter o, the globe.
Drains Large Area.
That low lvine territory n thn Mtn.
aisrippi should at times be overflowed
ia not surprising n one consiaers mat
ine rainero' waters uraws supplies
from twenty-eight states, draining one
thiid ot tho area ot the United slates.
A Domestic Mystery.
IT bby (walking the Moor at 2 a. m )
I'd just like to know why this baby
persists in staying awake every night?
Wiley Itvally, 1 can t imagine
I never have any trouble In keeping
111 in awake In the daytime. New York
"They used to move in the best cir
cles." "Yes, but they've moved Into a les
fashionable equate." Philadelphia
The Strenuous Vacation.
Caterby What are you doing in
town? I thought you were living in
the country, playing golf, ping-pong,
tether ball Hnd going to dunces.
lVterkln I am. But I have to
come to tonii occasionally to get rested.
Ddtoiit Free Press.
The Country Editor.
A great British stntesmau has de
clared that all reform movements be
gin In Lancashire and end In London.
It may likewise bo affirmed that the
policies ol tills nation are primarily
shaped In tho comparative exclusion
of the rural eanrtum, the directors of
the metropolitan . press being for the
most part middlemen in ideas, as city
merchants are in commodities. New
Orleans Times. Democrat.
Want 5 Husband'i Statue In View.
Airs. John A. I-ouflM ntul the real
denta o( Iowa Circle, SVaelilngton,
whom the Btntim of Gen. Louan la lc
rated! are at odds bo on u to Mrs. Logan
wlehea more of tho tretia cut down In
the circle bo that the view of the statue
will not be obstructed.
wntai ail taut.
Ilasl Uoiuh tiy run. Tastes Uood. U$9
n lima, noia dt aruffifiiLa.
The Deacon's Opinion.
"Ve, auh," raid the old color
brother, "dat Isiy is co (ond er trailin'
ilat 1 ve'ly lietl vea tint ef he wi t lu
heaven en il- y 'et him rnmo hack ler a
holiday he'd mill hla return ticket and
trust to loin' hloaeil back by a hurri
cane!' Atlanta Constitution.
To Break In New Shoea.
A twavii ar.alce In Atlen'l Foot Km. armflr
.Tii'tife liol, iwpallna, ai-hliiR. pwiillrn 1, i
urM lorm, ItlKriiwIniC nalt anil i.nnlenH At
' all tlniffalftii and lhfe mnrfl.'Jftr tK.n'l srrnl
mr -tiMlllnte Hsmi.la mattett KKKE AddreHH
Aden a. Olrntd, la Roy, S. V.
Exchange of Compliment.
Hho tnd what did father ray when
you anked him?
He Ho 'all he didn't want any
fool in the lamlly.
Hhe And he really doesn't knw
you at all I
He Kxiept t' at 1 want to marry
you. lioaton Transcript.
Mother will nnd Mr. Window Pottwnr
S) nip thfl tan remedy to uo tor their children
tr.a teelhlng- helium.
Next Thing In Order.
"How proud he Is now that he owns
"Naturally. You know the old pro
verb." "What'a that?"
" 'Pride gocth before a fall.' "
n own uiiar
ffe offer One Hundred liollan Reward for any
cue of cattarrh that can Dot be cored VrUHl't
Ir. 1. CHENEY A Co., Prop., Toledo. O.
We the undent rned.have known r. J. Cheney
for th rat 1 vftn, and believe htm prleet:y
bonnrtbie In all tu-lnei- transaction and fin
ancially able turarry out any obligations made
by their 11 rm.
Wholeuie prueilsti, Toledo,
Walui.vo Kimuna Mum,
Wholesale tmigirttts, Toledo. O.
nill's Catarrh Core Li taken Internally.aetlnir
llrectly on the blood and raucous sarfaeesor
the system. Price "fe pr bottle. Bold kyall
Interim. Testimonials tree.
Hall's ruslly Pills ara the best.
Pipe Cob Corb.
Borne of the farmer in Lafayette
county, Missouri, are making a spec
ialty of growing pipe cob corn. They
say it yield them as much ol the grain
as any other kind and the cobs bring
them In revenue besides.
riTQ Permanently rureo. XofltsorntrroaitneiN
I 1 1 0 after Imt day's ovf br-Klloe'sUreat rra
IteRlnrer. Hend for Free HZ trUl hot tie andtrrwlM.
Dr. K. II. Kline, LM..H1 Arch ML, Philadelphia, Pa.
Enough to Kill Him.
Hobo Charley Soy, loldy, II dat
("awg Lites me he dies see?"
Lady 1 believe you; I don't see
how he could recover. Baltimore
To Chiiajo, Dubuque and the
East; to Oes Moines, Kansaa City and
the Southeast, via Chicago Great West
ern railway. Electric lighted train.
Unequalled service. Write to J. P.
Elmer, G. I'. A., Chicago, for informa
tion. A Dire Threat.
"Here's a letter from Mr. Smith sav
ing he can't pay his bill this month "
i "Juet write him a note and say if h
' doesn't pay up within a month e'l
qmt sending him bills." Chicago
Little Liver Pills. I
Gfiust Dear Signature of
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Vscry email and aa oay
to take aa sarur.
FOR TORPID LIVES.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
XitMb I Pnrlr Tetrtalil vwwfn
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
Dizzy? Headache? Pain
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Gently laxative; all vegetable.
bold tor 60 years.
Want your moustache or beard
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PRUSSIAN STOCK FOOD
The Qntt Conditioner and Stock Pottencr. IIORSBS da
More Work on Leja Peed. COWS glva Mora and ttWber
Milk. IIOUS Hatten Quicker It given i thla Pood.
Pooknge, OOo and SI.OO.
si,m:s vios oitow-oooi) fok stunted calves.
I'avatuH liausDY Co.. Kt. rant, Minn.
Obntleukn; I have been fcedlns jrourPacsnaH Stock Pood to ray
thoroughbrtcl swine. It kWcs them an appetite, and makes the plifa
grow, I also tried It on stuntcil calrcs with sutl.factorr rcanlte.
t w p-U,Hn M.h,
VUKTLAMU BICBU CO., faetland. Ora.o. Csaal Aaaata.
"1 hsve used Ayer'i HsIrVlRor
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my scalp free from dnndrufT and
has prevented my hair from turn
init grsy." Mrs. 1'. A. Soule,
There is this peculiar
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Vigor It is a hair food,
not a dye. Your hair docs
not suddenly turn black,
look dead and lifeless.
But gradually the old color
comes back, all the rich,
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The hairstops falling, too.
11.00 a bonis. All araittsls.
If your druggist cannot supply you,
send ti, one dollar and wa will eapresa
you a tmttla. Ua ara anil elve the name
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International rood Ulhlblt.
London will have an International
food exhibit at the Crystal Palace next
RulorMon .Mctclilno Co.
SfCl E-SOKS TO JOHN I'OOLE.
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AN I-NOLISII & CLASSICAL SCHOOL
Kits boys and girls for Ea.tern Colleges.
Primary and '.rammar grades Included.
Portland Academy tt,tl for Rills receives a
tlmtted number, no more than twenty,
and Rives them the comforts and care nf a
refined home For catalogue, a,ldr s
Portland Academy, Portland, Ore.
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derful Jlf daufbter od 1 wr bo t Lie red wltb
tlcK Lomcb and oar trrealh waarrTbad. After
Uklo a few dotea of Caacareia w Lata improved
woodarf nil 7 They art a vreai help to tba famllr,
1137 RHtanbouM t?u Cinaooatl. CWO-
Pleasant Pilatabla. Potent. Taste Good, no
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Thn wonderful Ch
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icrvfti Iwitui b cur-t
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testimonial. Charges moderate. I'alt and
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