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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1904)
Coiiio (n moil iroilo niiil cnliso runny
troubles, pimples, bolls rtii J olhor
eruptions, Im'kIiIch burn of iippclllo,
(hill 1 1 1 oil fuelling, ills of biliousness,
lutlkfimllim mill bciuliicho.
Tim hikiiii'I' oun i;iiU it il of tlinm tlio
bullcr, mill 1 1 m wii)' tii ,'i'l rlil ii f 1 1 if ' tn
mill Id ImiIIiI up llio system Unit liui
stiffurcd from llieni lit to tnko
KormltiK In comblimllmi llio Bpilnjf
Modlelno jmr exrrllrnre, of uiit-iiiiillnl
tri'li(lh In piirltvlnx Hiii blond ai
ibown liy iint'ipiulluil, rudlcul and per-
IIIIUH'Ilt out on of
Scrofula Unit Rheum
Ocnlil Hnntf' llolli, Plmploa
All Kinds of Humor Paorlnila
Blood Poisoning nhoumntlem
Cotnrrh Dynpopsln, Kto
Accept no siihatltuto, tint bo uio to
gel Hood's, uud yvl It lodujr,
Noiiioililiirr AliiMit (tauitla.
TIlm Slier, rniiiil I usually iniinldcrril
tho imml liiipiirliint I'xiiinplii of nlilp
cmniiIh, lliontili tin) liilinlirr of vessels
PiIahIiii: lliriii.li It niuiiiiilly docs not
V(linl Unit pnhMlliK (linillKll tint rilllillH
CoiiiiertliiK l.nko Nupcrlor Willi tint
clitiln of ttnuit lukc-H nt llio south. In
lelli.th, however, It oxreeds nny of llio
oIIiit ureal nlilp ciuimIb, Itn totnl
tCliKtli In'liiK IK) inlU'H, of which nliout
two-thirds In throUKli shallow hikes,
nyn Harper's Weekly.
Tim rnniil i-(iiiiici-llij tlio liny of
UroiiHtnitt Willi Ht. lVlurnliiirK I" n
work of ureal slrnlcjjlc nml eominer
dill Importance to Itiixnla. Tha canal
nlnl hi I link roil mo In tlio liny nro
about 111 miles lanir. tha cnnnl proper
liclnu nliout id x miles nml tho liny
Clinnni'l nliout 10 miles, nml they to
Ketlirr extend from Cronstndt, on tho
(llllf of .Inland, to Ht. I'otershun:.
'J'ho next of the cront ship c-iinnli
conni-rtliiK lioiltcM of milt wnler In tho
order of (Into of construction Id thii
Corinth ennui, which connects tlio (lulf
of Corinth with tho (iulf of AckIiiii.
'J'lio rnnnl reduces tlio distance from
Adriatic ports nliout 175 inllen, nml
from Mrdltrrrniienii ports nboiit 100
inllen. Its length ! about four miles.
This Is Miraculous.
Mnnlinttnu, Kansas, March II.
Olio of tho Ktmnent rases tlmt linn
over been beard ol In Ililoy eonnty Is
that of tlio three your old daughter of
Mr. Jonnn Ilruhukcr of this place.
Ripiiii'tline ago tho littlo ;lrl took
whooping rough, wlilrli was followed
by pneumonia Wlirn tho pneiimoniti
left tier, sbe wns taken down with mu
lnrlit fever with nt times symptoms ol
Tlio fnmlly.diHtor brotiKbt bor safely
through there troubles, but niter tho
fever llrlglil's Direit'o set in, nnd tho
doctors ave her up. Her dither IcIIb
tho rest of tbu story:
"Wo liegnn tn give her Dodd's Kid
ney Pills nnd nit r she hnd tnken nbout
three mid II hnlf boxes, shu was entire
ly cured. Now she Is well as nny child,
run-iin? nml plnlnn ni II nolhlng hnd
ever I eon tho mutter. Ibo dot tors
enld tdio wns beyond tho reneli of medi
cine. IWd's Kidney Pills certainly
snvi'd our littlo girl's lift, when she
wns so fur into tho chronic stngo of
llrlght's HiM'iiM) that wo thought noth
ing could envo her."
Old Mnrrliun Ccrtiritmtca.
Theorists nro to bo found nil over
tho world who ndvocnto Hint no innii
or womnn shnll bo nllowed to marry
who tins not n certlllcnlo of freedom
from trnustnlsslblo dlsense. Not
even tho most extreme, bowever, would
Eii so fur ns n I'russlnn olllclnl In tho
town of llnppln, ono of wlino dutliM
Is to Inspect butchers' men I nnd another
to plnco tho olllclnl seal on lunrrlngo
certiorates. Tho llerlln Lokalnnzelger
stales Hint on ono occasion ho used tho
wrong stamp nml Instead of scaling
tho 1 1 ii 1 1 1 In 1 contract ho certllled that
(ho bnppy pnlr wero freo from trichino
sis, Tlio absurd mlstnko wns not (Un
covered until soma days lind elapsed,
with tho result Hint tho high court
of llerlln has bud to bo tet In motion
to rectify tho error.
Tlio lliitcrprlslnjt Drummer.
Shopkeeper (whoso putlenco Is com
pletely exhausted) .Snippers, call tho
porter to kick this fellow out.
Importumito conuncrchil traveler
(umlnutiled) Now, whllo we're wait
ing for Hie porter I'll show you an en
tirely new line liest thing you ever
laid eyes on.-- (ilnsgow livening Times.
7k r.frrfr mi cue l CB
M FOR SALE .CH E ARJ
larttit tttJpoUta grck'tri in tht kvrUt
J tenant iwcki Trrtundout yleiaa.
i'rum 400 la 1000 buibel r tu-r.
FOR tO CENTS
and lliU notlco wa Mnd you loU of frm
Til tAinpiri ana tag rauiogu. ituiof
llalnutTnlnte,Hpltf, l'fwot. Atria
liana luriejr, juacaroni wittai, jironiui,
ICarlleet Uau via. bDilforaaintotlajr,
W. L. DOUGLAS
V. Ii. llouulns
shoes biivo by lliolr
eiiHy-IUtlllK, il 1
tlio birKest snto of
any slioua In tlio
Tlioy nro lust n good
ns thosn that rent you
SI to J3 tho only
dldoronco is tho prlco,
Ixik for imtno nml
prlco on bottom.
tl......t inB HiirdlllL
Collsklil.wliliilllsavnrjiwliero rnnrnlrtl I"
lintlia lllll'Nt I'llltilll j.rinni-r J"' l' """''
fml Color f !! mid. hhoralif ni.ll.iBr.aitr.
Wrltfur UHIoir, W.L.lloujt.i, Urocklos, Hut
CURII WHIRI ALL ILII IAIl.
Uut Ouuttn Dfruu. TaiW uood. Ui
In tlma. Hold by druvnUU.
QUYED FITZ TOJHIO OOfUlOW.
I'liallUt's lfnsicltiil llcKiiiiialrutlnii
of Ills llltllna I'imir,
Hub l''ltr.sliuiiious gave nil unexpect
ed demonstration of his physical might
tho other day In u downtown sporting
goods limine. The big lighter drops lulo
this vslnbllshmeul frequently and edl
lies tho clinks nml whatever euslomers
may be nliout by his skill at drumming
tho punching bug. Ifo rnrely falls to
perform his old trick of knocking Hie
ling luso from Us bearings, nnd on I his
oeenslon, after n hard blow bad lorn
tlio hag loose from tho siring Hint held
II, ono of tho olllcers of tho concern
who was Inking on and who knows
1'TU well, remarked lo the pugilist:
"Oh, I don't think much of Hint
stunt, Kltx; Hint pleeo of ropo was nn
old ouo and It wouldn't lake much of
a blow In brink It. It took you boiiio
time lo get Hint ling loose, and my
opinion Is you nro getting lo bo a hack
number. If you couldn't hind on Cor
lu'tt any harder than that he'd trim
you In jig time."
IT), didn't sny anything In regard
lo the guying, but Hie mention of 'i
bell's name made bis face take on n
more determined expression,
"Then," snld the business mini In
telling of tho Incident, "I got a lira ml
new piece of stout Midi cord, nearly
thick enough (o lift a horso find rigged
up (ho punching bag with this cord.
'Now,' I snld to Kltx, 'there Is snmo
lldng you could not knock looso In a
hundred years.' ITU Ininmcd away ut
tho bng viciously foru while, but didn't
knock it loose. I stood there guying
him some more, telling htm how he'd
gono buck nnd nil Hint, and then I
wnlkeil uwny nliout twenty feet.
"I turned around In see how ITU
was getting along, nml ns I did so I
saw tils arm shoot through tho air so
fast It wns only a blur In tho nlr, nnd
tlio next thing I know the bng was
shooting through spnro llko n bullet.
"It wns coming straight for me, loo,
nnd nt such speed Hint I didn't hnvo
Umo to dodge It. It cleared nn Inter
vening show ease, nml tho next lustnnt
I wns wondering whether 1 wns In tho
ring or In tho hospital. The llylug ball
caught mo squarely over tlio eye, nnd I
surely thought I would have to take
tho count. The blow dated me for a
moment nml nearly put me out.
"1 guess I wns tho ouo Hint was be
ing guyed nil tho time, but In any
event between tho kick of n mule nnd
n man who can drive n punching bag
twenty feet through tho nlr nnd hanl
enough lo. almost knock you down, Hie
mule for 'mine. I don't think lTtz Is
Unite n candidate yet for the home for
supcninuunted old men." Now York
Trees In China.
Tree planting In Northern China Is
being strenuously enjoined by Hie au
thorities, not only ns a produetlto in
dustry for tho people, but alike ns a
means of strengthening the river em
baiikineiils against Hoods and of Vbi'ek
Ing drought. Of lute years trees huto
been cut down wholesulo for agricul
tural purposes, while the peasants do
not tnko the trouble to plant fresh
ones, been ile Hie soil Is so loose Hint
they must dig down very deep for n
satisfactory foothold. So vast truets
of fertile land nro left barren, while
In tho northern provinces especially
tho I nil ii x of sand carried by high
winds from tho Mongolian distort
threatens to till up the unoccupied
Ko In the Important Province of Chill,
which contains the capital, Peking.
Is n government proclamation notify
ing tho "eight directions for treo plan
tation" must minute Instructions ns
to tho kind of trees required, the
depth they should bo planted and the
fertilizers to bo used nnd the "ten
bencllts to bo derived from the snme,"
such, among others, as tho sale of tim
ber and fruit, tho benellclal Influence
of trees In attracting rain, preserving
tho Just equilibrium of wind lullueuces,
nnd purifying the atmosphere, while
"travelers and families will llnd shade
and rest under tho branches." n poetic
truth for conclusion. (,'oiilen Penny.
Now Typo or Knsluo.
Prom (lerniany comes nows of n
loconioUvo worked by stenm nnd yet
Independent of Ilro of Its own. Tho
englno has Just been completed at tho
Hohonzolloni works at Dussehlorf and
Is of n typo designed for shunting In
cxploslvo factories. Instead of carry
ing tiro In Its own boiler It Is filled
with steam from stationary boilers,
nnd when so charged Is capnblo of sev
eral hours' work. Tho llrst warming
up occupies half nn hour, nnd subse
quent recharging can bo done In n
quarter of an hour. Tho apparatus Is
so simple that nn unskilled workman
Is nolo to look after It. Tho absence of
llro In n placo where dynamlto or gun
powder Is being bandied Is tho reason
for tho Invention of this typo of en-
Tho euro of Umlirollus.
Moro umbrellas are spoiled through
careless treatment than wenr out from
actual hard work. Ono great mlstnko
that many people make Is to leave an
umbrella standing on Its point to dry
after It has been used In tho rain. This
Is most harmful, ns nil tho wnter
trickles down nml settles In tho folds
at tho narrow end of tho silk, ami this
not only causes tho silk to rot, but tho
vvlro framo to grow rusty. Tho right
way to treat n wot umbrella when
brought Into tho house Is to open It
wide and, wipe It ns dry as possible,
then half close It and leave It standing
on its handla to drain. AVet umbrellas
should never bo put near n tiro: this
also Is likely to cnuso tho silk to split.
Kqmil to tha Kuierjsencr.
Tho old sexton approached tho pul
pit. "Parson," ho exclaimed In a hoarse
whisper, "tho church Is on Uru!"
"All right, John, don't get excited,"
rejoined tho good man as ho slopped
abruptly In tho middle of bis sermon.
"You uiss down ono nlslo whllo I go
down tho other nnd vvo'll quietly wako
up tho congregation."
"When does n girl reach tho Tunr
"When her father's purso has reach
ed tho innrrhigeablo size." Detroit
1'ree Press. ,
When n lenp-yeur girl proposes It's
up to tho young man to lose bis sclf-poaat'Bsloii.
fm 'ovii-i '- igj
Miss Whittakcr,a prominent clubwoman
of Savannah, Ga., tells how she was entirely
cured of ovarian troubles by the use of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
" Dkaii Mits. PiNiiiiASf : I heartily recommend I.Jillit 12. I i Ilk till Ill's)
Vegetable CoinpniMul ns n Uterine Tonic and Regulator. I suffered for
four yeurs with irregularities nnd Uterine troubles. No ono but those who
bavo exK-rienced this dreadful ngony can form nny idea of the physical and
mental misery those, endure who are thus nfllictcd. Your A'et,'etllliIo Colll
pollllll cured mo within three months. I was fully restored to health nnd
strength, nnd now my periods nro regular nnd painless. What a blessing It
is to lie nblo to obtain such n remedy when mi mnnv doctors, fail to help you.
Iijillu II. I'IiiIcIiiiiii'h VckoIiiIiIo. Cniiipiiunil fs butter than any doctor
or medicine I ever had. Very trulyyours, Miss V.iSY WlIIlTAKEIt, COl 3'Jth St.,
W. Savannah, (in."
No physician In (he world Iiiin hsul such n (rnlnlnp; or such an
amount of Information at bund to assist in tin; treatment of nil
kinds of female Ills an .Mrs. I'iiikhaiu. In hcrolllec at Lynn, lass.,
she Is able to do more for the alllni.' vt omen ol' America than tho
family physician. ny woman, therefore. Is responsible for her
own trouble who will not tube the pains to write to Mrs. I'liikhain
for advice. Her address) i.s Lynn, Mass., and her mlv ice is freo.
A letter from another woman showing what was
accomplished in her case by tiic use of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Tho testimonials which wo
CTateful women prove beyond a doubt tho power of Lydia K.l'lnli
liam'tf Vegetable Compound to conquer female diseases.
FORFEIT II cannot forthwith pro-lure tha origin! lettrn and ilgnatarai of
aUivs UMlluioalall, vhica will prure tlirlr ntwUula r-nu!riemf.
Lj ill V, riukhalu M eJ. Co toxiu. May,
Why It railed lo Ajipenr.
Scribbles I sent n pwm to a daily
paper luxt neck, but fur soma reason it
Las fiiile,! to nionr.
Criiieus Hni jou uiclomi a stamp?
t'rllleus Well, Hint accounts for It.
Had you done m it Mould no doubt havo
appeared in jour mail tlio next morning.
Mothers will And Mrs. Winiloiva's Soothing
Syrup tho kciiroxii'ily to motor their children
luring tbo toothing period..
Hadn't llcnnl or It.
.Mr. Clifton Do you think tho North
Polo will ever bo found, .Mits Lakeside)
Miss Lnke&ide Why, I didn't know
it was lost.
I'iso s Cure fs a remedy for coughs, colds
and consumption. Try it. l'rlco 'Jo cents,
Never lleon I'mcllucd On.
"I wonder why it Is they always call
the doctor's business a practice?"
"Ha! I ace what It is! You've uevcr
been under one!" Kachnnge.
Tcoalnte and Pillion Dollar Qrass.
The two greftlriit fotbler plants on rarth, ono
f:ewl for 14 teim hay nnd the other so, tonsgreen
ntliler -r acre orewa ever) whore, ao dues
Vli-torta Itapo, yielding- Gc.oiil lha. itu-ep and
wlno IihmI vr Here
Jl'MT KM lee IN STAMI'M TO TUB
John A t-alier Kod Co . l.a Crono, W lit , and
recclio In return their lilgi-atalog aud lota ol
(arm aced eauiplea IP. C 1,
"I supposo the prisoner refused to talk
referred ou to Ids lawyer, eh?"
"Oh, no; tlio prisoner Is a wownu."
Tbere Is a way of trilling that costs a heap of money. Neglect
Lumbago and Sciatica
and It may put you on crutches, with loss ol time and money.
Sto Jacobs Oil
will euro surely, promptly. Price, 25c. and 50c.
p , '1 Iml'mho motto you nhouM iut lu uur hai. Hint Behnke Walker 2
k -r alwft)sronteniber It. You can micccod beat In biul 4
L 0 lien. Woi'ducato you praclli ally lor Im.lnoa anil BUSltlBSS GoltCt D 1
I - nn-Ut ou to h well payliiu ponllloii when inliiH)telil "l"""JJ ""'t'
V ennnccn Write (or ciiiuIoruo today wlillo you thin, of Ii 4
L oUlllttll , fj nj fj 1 I'orlland Uregon
l'UHlXAND Hl'tKli CO,,
" DfAn Mits Pinkiiam- lam so cratcful
to you for the help I.ydia V.. IMnltlmlll'S
Vegetable Compound has given me that
I di m it but n. Kiniill return to write you an
expression of my experience.
" Many years suffering with weakness,
inflammation, and a broken down system,
made me more anxious to die than live, but
Ljdla K. I'inkhani's Vegetable Com
pound i restored my lost strength.
Taking the medicine only two weeks pro
duced a radical change, and two months re
stored me to perfect health. I am now a
elinngtti woman, and my friends wonder at
the change, it is bo marvellous. Sincerely
vours. Miss Mattib He.miv, 429 Green St.,
nre constantly ntihllshincr from
That Iiangtingo of Ours.
"Oh. don't worry about such trifles,"
said the girl. "JuM keep a still upper lip
aud everything v, ill come out all right."
"Hut." protested the other maid, "It
Is a physical iinposMiohty for mo to
maintain a supenur hihi.d rigidity."
Perrin's Pile Specific
The INTERNAL REMEDY
No Caso Exists it Will Not Cure
WET WEATiiER COMFORT
There it ho aatisfaction keener
than being dry and comfortable
when out in the hardest storm.
YOU ABE SURE OF TIi!5
IP YOU YEAB
MADE IN BLACK OR tCLiOW
ND BACKtD BY OUR GUAUAKTE1
a i iiiimu in fttnu'N un
lunist MN.W1 i il'tlTI D lOiKiMOm,
AdK YOUR PftALBR.
If hi Hill nut mjpoIt toil
gaaflmifii i rresrari ii matt
P. N. U.
So. 12- I VIM.
1-l7Ili;N writ! rip to
IT niftullttu Uli 1
DDI ICCI A M KI1U I.lcoonVoultry. Von
frCUaOIAIV ,,nt Hie perilua, the
Ot? Ifll I ITD tiliuea kill the lire. Ili'lia
a-lVC IXlUUEirt rnunut feed llt-o unit feed
you. rrloc,OOo anil 81.00 ui-uu, ttiildliyiliulera.
rilUaSIaN UKMKPY CO ,Bt Paul, Minn.
Ot-utkm.n 1 am a lirrtnl.r or Hi-itt elm Pll 1 no Wjandott...
1 won a can or your ritU(8l AN LIQU IH LICE KILl.hU m a ;i;i-i
prrmlum at the bt Paul Poultry Bliow ol I WW, am find It I" ail
right There aro ngveral here ihttH.ntari-llaMe Ui'e killer and
your. L all right WSI H aWaniinitT, W ayaala, Minn.
J II maLONI. of Adel, Uo . .ai. the I'llUHSIAN 1.1CG KlLLaUt
la jut Ihelhlngrer Uceoit lotf, anil u worth llretlnieIUco.k
l'ortlnud, Or.. Com I Atellt.
Woman of 3IoterHta Ineoms Hny Too
ftlnrix nnd Ton ICiienalT Clotlita.
I.ndy Jeunc, In writing on dress al
Ipwanccs for girls, notes tho fact that
onu reason why upper-class English
women do not look smarter than they
do Is that they will buy too ninny
'lothcs. They commit tho mlstnko of
buying much that Is unnecessary and
that they never wear, because they boo
It nnd It Is chen p.
"All Englishwomen," she goes on,
"hnvn loo innny clothes In fact, too
much of everything nnd tho conso
lueneo Is that their things nre old
fashioned and iinwenrnblo long before
they are worn out. Trench women
Inne very few gowns, they hnvo Just
what they wnnt and wenr them out.
n i:ngllhwomnn loves her old clothes
nnd wenrs lliern n little, then puts
them nwny, nnd when she finds they
nre old-fashioned she has them done
1 nil nnd remodeled, livllevlng that "he
l practicing great economy, whereas
I It would be far better and cheaper to
give them nway. Hhe clings to her old
gowns, Jackets, hats, Iniots and shoe!
, with a sort of romantic tenacity."
' The same may bo said of many
American glrlB and women, and It of-
. fers ono good reason for not buying
, the very best materials I.i everything,
as one Is often recommended to do.
'Jheio arc many trilling accessories of
dress which aro nice only so long as
they are fresh nnd bit the fancy of
the hour. Then why sink much money
In them? The same Is true of the tai
"It Is commonly supposed that a
good tailor gown Is a thing that a
woman of limited means can safely
Invest her money In, with confidence
that she will get every dollar's worth
of wear out of It," says an authority.
"Yet how many women find them
selves with a $75 suit on their hands
which Is demode, which they cannot
afford to give or throw away, nnd
upon which they have to lay gut often
a considerable sum to make It wear
able. Almost any woman would say
under these circumstances tbo per
son In question would have fared bet
ter to have laid out only $40 or 50 on
her suit originally. When she had
'shabbied' It, or It bad got out of style,
she could then have bought herself n
new one with a clear conscience and
at hardly any extra expense, consider
ing what she would have to pay to
get tho old suit renovated. Supposing
the woman In question has only one
tailored suit, and has to wear It four
years; she would certainly cut a smart
er appearance on two suits nt half the
price. This seems to be one of tbo
Instances where, while It Is never pru
dent to buy the cheapest. It Is certain
ly not wisdom to buy the highest
priced. A good part of the accumula
tions of clothes from which women
suffer Is due to. buying too expensive
things, as well as too many of them."
WAS THIS LAND PAID FOR?
Confederate Money Was the Only Con
elderetlon Kecetved for It.
A suit has been filed tn the second
division of Pulaski circuit court which
takes one back to the days of the con
federacy, when the currency In circu
lation was that Issued by the Confed
erate States of America.
The suit Is a pe'tltlon filed by the
heirs of Mark Kelly, through their at
torneys, Itose, Hemingway & Rose,
praying a writ of mandamus directed
to Francis K. Conway, State land com
missioner, to compel him to Issue a
patent to certain lands In Green coun
ty, purchased by Kelly tn 1653, and
which were paid for In confederate
The petlUoners are J. W. Kelly, C.
E. Stone, II. L. Stone, Able Stone and
Frnnces Valley Bowen, by M. F. Col
lier. The petition alleges that In 1S5S
Mark Kelly purchased at a sale by the
common school commissioner of
Greene county the west half of tho
southeast quarter of section 10, town
ship IS north, range 0 east. conslsUng
of eighty acres, located In the north
ern part of Green county, about eight
miles from Paragould, Later, "when
tho civil war was flagrant aud when
the only circulating medium was con
federate money," Kelly paid for the
land in confederate money, which wns
accepted by the State as good and
However, Kelly neglected to secure
from the State a patent for the land.
Ho entered upon the land and remain
ed In full and undisputed possession
thereof until his death, since which
Umo the heirs have conUnued In pos
session, claiming It as their own.
Recently they applied to the State
land commissioner for a patent on the
land, which he refused to Issue on tho
sola ground that It was paid for In
confederate money. Little Rock
Poet, and Header.
William Morris once heard one of his
poems read by a famous elocutionist,
says W. B. Yeats, the Irish poet The
reader was carefully obliterating all
the original rhythm In order to give
what be conceived to be theproper ex
pression. Mr. Morris sat In uneasy silence for
some moments, but at last he could
stand It no longer.
"Young man," he exclaimed, "It
cost me a great deal of trouble to put
that Into vcrsel I wish you would read
It as It Is written."
Appetite of Itusslau Giant.
The Russian giant Machuow Is su
ing Showman Sedelmcyer for starving
him. The latter alleges that he sup
plied the giant every day for breakfast
with two quarts of tea, a pound of but
ter, chceso nnd eight rolls; for dinner
tlvo plates of broth, four pounds of
meat and several pounds of potatoes,
nnd for supper two quarts of coffee,
a pound of bacon and tour pounds of
black bread. The giant was hungry
An Haay Winner.
The porcupine may have his quills,
The elephant his trunk,
But when It comes to common scents,
My money's on the skunk,
When a woman dies tho papers say
sho wns a society woman, thinking It
a great compliment. But It's not.
Anything seems to bo legal If It bus
enough force behind It
MI8TAKE8 IN DRESS.
MAKING OF PATENT LEATHEn.
t!acfi alnnuriicturar Una III (Iwtl l'ro-
All m.inufai turera of (intent lentlicr
linvo llielr own tnuntng iiroeeea.
much llko tlioo of the cnlfakln tnniier,
though omc patent lentlicr la Riven n
U.-tik Innnlng. Homelildo nnd coll
klim nre the chief lent hers imido with
a latent Onlah.
The patent or enamel flnlh U really
p.ilntiKl and linked on, an tho bicycle
manufacturer paint and bake, enamel
onto n frnme. Tnnnera are very par
ticular about keeping llielr processes
secret, and nolmdy but workmen la
ever allowed Into tbo finishing rooms:.
The hide or akin, having been
Blretched nnd dried nn much as pol
hie, In llrat given a coaling of a mix
ture of linseed oil, llthnrge, white lend
or almllnr maicrlnls Imlled, together
until they make n paaly mixture.
This la donbed on tho aurfaco with
n steel tool and well rubbed In, no that
the pores of the leather will he filled
up. Then the leather h put Into the
oven, lt aurfaco being exposed to
atenm fiipea at a temperature of nliout
Next tlio aurfneo Is rtihbed down
with pumice stono, and then It Is cov
ered with linseed oil and lrory black,
aliout lx layers applied, each layer
helng dried and nibbed down. Finally
n varnish Is applied, nnd then the aur
faco U rubbed down and finished off as
nicely as a painter finishes a lino car
riageCleveland I'laln Dealer.
I'oor In Spoiling.
Charles Sleekier and a friend were
driving nlong a country road on the
Canadian shore of Lake Ontario when
this sign, nailed to a gatepost, attract
ed tbolr attention:
"Now, what does that fellow mean?"
musl Mr. Kteckler. "Is his name
Lamb, nnd has be got sheep for sale,
or Is his name Sheap, and has he got
Iamb for sale?"
Hailing a native, Mr. Steckler re
peated tho quentlon. The native
grinned and drawled:
"Tls a leetle bit complex, come to.
look at It, ain't It? farmer Towlo there
ain't much on spel'b'g, but he's pow
erful strong at trading. What he's try
ing to let people know by that sign Is
that he has Lamb for sale and that he'll
sell It cheap."
Tliu Kind You J hive Always Untight lias borno tho signa
ture of Clins. II. Plctchcr, niul lias been nintlo tinder his
pcrMinnl supervision for over UO years. Allow no ono
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations nnd
Just-as-good" nro but Experiments, nntl cnilniiKcr tho
health of Children Experience ngainst Experiment.
What is CASTOR1A
Cnstoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parc
Boric, Drops anil Soothing- Syrups. It Is Pleasant. 16
contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Xnrcotlo
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys 'Worms
nnd allays Feverl.slines. It cures Diarrhoea and AVintl
Colic. It relieves Tecthiiir Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
.Stomach aud lJowels, (riving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
Tlie Kind You toe Always Bought
In Use For
THCCINTAUN COMPANY, Tf
If grown-up folks, like children.
Were forgetful nud forgiving.
This earth would he a paradise
And life would bo worth living.
AN INDESCRIBABLE TORTURE
Because Rheumatism sometimes comes on suddenly it doesn't
prove that it is a chance disease or one due to accidental causes. It
takes time for it to develop, and is at work in the system long before
any symptoms are felt. The blood is tha first potnt of attack, and
the poisonous acids that cause the aches and pains are then distrib
uted through the circulation to different parts of the system, and
settle in joints, muscles and nerves; and when the system is in this
condition it needs only some exciting cause like exposure to night air,
damp, chilly weather, or the cold, bleak winds of winter, to arouse
the slumbering poisons aud bring on Rheumatism. The severity
of the attack depends upon the amount of acid in the blood and the
quantity of acrid matter in tue
joints and muscles. Some peo
ple are almost helpless from the
first, while others have occa
sional spells or are uncomforta
ble, restless, nervous and half
sick all the time from the
, 1 TM...-
nagging acuesuiiujiaiua. i.ui-u-
m-itism i i tlitaf reeable com-
mutism 13 a uisat.rt.v.i.tuic t-uiu
panton even in us rauuesi iurni.
It grows worse as we grow older,
and frequently stiffensthejoints,
draws the muscles out of shape
and breaks down the nervous
Bystem. A disease that origin
ates in the blood, as Rheumatism
rlneq. rnnrtnt hp cured with ex
ternal remedies like liniments and plasters ; such things scatter the
pains or drive them to some other part of the body, but do not touch
the disease or improve the condition of the blood. The thin acid
blood must be restored to its normal
Write for our special book on Rheumatism, and should you
desire any special information or advice, our physicians will furnish
it without charge, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GAo
If your blood Is thin nnd Im
pure, you arc miserable all the
lime. It Is pure, rich blood
that invigorates, strengthens,
refreshes. You certainly know
the medicine that brings good
health to the home, the only
medicine tested and tried for
60 years. A doctor s medicine.
"I nwa my llf., williont riotiM, lf Ay.r'a
SftM.pnrlllii It la the mtt woml.rfnl In.dl.
rln. In Ilia wnrlil fur n.rvnuit.t, My enr. I.
t'ernuiii-iit an.l I rannot lliank yon ninth.'
Mil. 1UI.IA AffiWll L, Newark, N. J.
ft M a hnlll..
Lnnatlvo doses of Ayer's Plllo onch
night groatly old tho Sarsaparilla.
j Unexpected Happens.
I I'red How about lh.it wedding check
your father in Inw gnve jmi, n It good?
Joe Sure. You know, it's usually tha
unexpected tlint happens.
CITQ rrmanentty l-nrefl. rromaorDfrTDUsnMa
I 1 10 after f.r"litay'aue(rilr.Kllne'l(lreat Mem
Hantorr. Mend for VrfmHt trial boltleanlreAUaa.
Vt. K. II. Kline, I.U1..M.' A rib HI., I'hlladelpbta, Fa.
Duet A In Francalao,
"Hold! My honor Is satisfied!" 1
"Mais oul. I see the blood In your
eye." Harvard Lampoon.
Ilaware or Ointments ror Catarrh That
At mercury will rnrely destroy the lensa of
men and completely deranito the whole sys
tem when entering it through the mucous sur
face. Such articles should nerer be used ex.
cept on prescriptions from reputable physl
claos, as thedamage they will do Is ten fold to
the pood you can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney tt Co., Toledo.O., contains no mercury,
and Is taken Internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mieous surfaces of the system.
In bnytng Hall's Catarrh Cure be- sure yon gel
the gennine. It Is taken Internally, and made
In Toledo, Ohio, by l J. Cheney A Co. Testi
bold by Urtigglsts, price Tie. tr bottle.
lUU's family l'Uls are the ten.
The mmd Is refreshed and Inrlgorated
by distraetions anil amusements; but
abuse of them leads to dissipation, and
dissipation to -'ee.
Over 30 Years.
HUMAT aTRICT, NEW VONK CITY-
A Small Income.
"Dolly Decollete, I hear, puts every
penny her husband makes on her back."
"Then he can't be making much."
BHEUMATI3M IN ELBOWS, WBIBTS
Urbana, Ohio, Aug. SB, 1000.
Last winter X bad a severe attaok of
Rheumatlam. It atarted In the rlsht
elbow, and from there to my wrists; the
rleht wrlat waa the worao. It became
awollen and extremely painful. My loft
knee Joint was tbo next placo to be at
tacked. It became awollen and or oourae
painful. The next point to be affected
painful. Tha next point to tie anactoa
was tha hip and ankle, which save mm
mUoh trouble. I was barely able to tret
about for some time. I wae undor treat
ment of a phyaiclan for awhile, but set
ting no better I began 8. H. B-, and after
taklnar It for some lime I was entirely
relieved of the llheumatlam. All a welling
and aoreneaa disappeared I consider
O. B. B. an excellent remedy for llheuma
tlam and all troubles having- their origin
in the blood.
408 Elocmfleld Ave.
purity and strength, so that all poi
sonous substances may be carried out
of the system, and no medicine accom
plishes this in so short a time as S.S. S.,
which not only neutralizes the acids
and counteracts the poisons, but builds
uo the.ireneral health at the same time.