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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1905)
Tho only way to got rid
rf r(mn1ftc nnrl .r4lm4 nrirr
improvo tno digestion, sum-
wuiu uiu luanuys, iivcr ana
skin. Tho mcdicino to takois
Wliich has cured thousands.
THE "OHAKEOPCAnE" UIDLE.
iiikik Until "I Auction m mi
.. u AirU-iiiiriir l,OBl.
At Nolhcby H recently I he.o wan of.
fer,.,l for ..! nil Imperfect ropy o
tl... Illl.l.. printed liy It. Ilnrker In lillil
till" New 'I'l'Mtiltlli'lIt ililli'il 1(111
Milili'li'Nit oicopt for niiuio MH. Ill hi rlj-
tlllllH Of IIIIIIU Or ll'BM Illt'TCHt. Till)
Illlilo belonged to V. Hliarii Ogdcti, of
ItllKlioltin. Mnlieluwter, whuni K I it 1 1' 1 -fiillicr,
n well-known collector of
IiihiIih iniil prlnlH, liouulit It for it hiiv
deign or two In I MM), mill In (it in
tuned fir. for It.
(In tlii levcron of tin1 tllln of Him
NcW Tontniuonl In "Wllllmn HhiiLo
Kpeiirc. mil," mill on tliu I'm) rover,
"Wllllll. .NhuLiipcrt'. olT H, (). A. (Html
fmil on AiiiiiI. IiIh I lllilt. llllll." Them
lire niivoriil other Itmrrlptloh", mn lit
IIiikh uluiwlng Unit n'vi'iilii'ii yi'iiii
lifter Wiiilcnpeiini'H ilentli II belonged
to Jolin I'ox, of Warwick. The eiilnl
nguo ntnii miKgi'atii Home connei'tloii
between Thulium Hull mill Jiune
Hull, to whom, enrly In (lie eighteenth
eentnry. tln lllblo belonged, mill Joint
Hull, who married Hhiikopcnri''H
daughter, lint no evidence on the
point In forthcoming.
The peillcree of the hook wnn re
gnrded liy denlcru iik anllKfnetory. Ah
to the 8hiikt'npiiire nlniiiituioii, opinion
vnrlca within whle llnillii. The folio
wnn Mnrteil nt nliollt f'iM. nud
Mimi. reunion bought It on lieluilf
of 11 n A merlon n client for $l,ou
iiullit nn llllll ll mi wiih iiulMpntril.
Heveml other clinoiU'n of the anhi
room were nlnu lioiiKlit liy private col
Iccloni for eonnlilernlile nuiim. "Ilnblu
on t'rnmie." with the "further Ail
entnren" nml "Hcrlnwt Itccollcctlnni,"
three volume, orlginnl rnlf, ninile
f l.tlMl not very fur abort of the mi
thor'K reeonl calnhllidicil In 1IKM; the
1 W.'. fnl In Hhnkeiipenre. full. $"ltl
In the hlKhint mini ever olitnlneil for
It ntiiler the hiiinmer-iinil "The Vli-ir
nf Wnkellelil," 17TH. puMNIi,l nt ln .
f I7.V IxiiiiIiiii Xewii.
0ipnneil to Mnrljr llrenkraala.
The Nw Cook What tlin du you
Mra. Hlnlililnwer At arreiellilrty.
"Well, Ol'm aurry 01 cnu't l wld yr."
A Wreokeil Idfe
Wlnka Old (Iriiuea niinn to l nil
Jluka No wmitlcr. Ilia only aoti plnjra
tho rnrra, nml Ida only dnuslitrr plitya
WHj Ntioulil lie.
(Jaaey Did yo tnke n vacation ihli
CorrlKan ()l did lint. ()l wna nut oc
atrlku fruui .May to Ootuliir. I'uck.
It Iniii1 .
Nlie Do you think Unit n noinnn ran
truly love tint ninvT
III Well. If llmt'n the only elinnrt
lio lina ! Drtrnlt I trv rreaa.
An A tit.rrvlnlnl.
hold n yi .utar pliyolvl.iii nniiinl l'mvior,
"I thoiiKlit I wna my L-rmi r'n Dr.
Hut uiviirdliiK to Ida atnti'ineut hy IvttiT,
It acvma that I am only Ilia Dr.
Of tliu Ihlrty-rliclit Kultniin who lmv
ruletl the Ottomnu I'liiplru alure the imoi
HiiiHit of (.'uiiatantliioile hy the Turka.
thlrtyfimr linvu illisl violent dentlia.
The city uf Khi-meM' clinririn JIO .'.O fm
rrriunthiE hi tlm city eri'iiinlnry ilia
liixllen of renldi'iita nml f'2l for tliu hodlri.
In n rrifiit enae In n I'nrla court li
wna atntcd Hint tliu (Icfeiuhuit, n youiii:
olllcer of cnvnlry, Imd apent "100.000
III II vo montha.
The lucrrnaii of Cniimla'a export trmlo
In 11HVI with Crent llrltaln over tliu
United Hlntca wna Jli.OOO.tXX); hi IIHKI.
II.ivo been sufrcritijjfroui Impure IIIixkI
tor many years, liuviue Iloils and olliei
Kniptlons. II.itIiil' heard of S, 8, S. I de
cided to try it, nml nm Kind to any that It
lias dono tue ft great deal of good. I intend
to continue to use It, na I believe It to be
the beat lllood Medicine on the market.
Cleveland, Tcun. W. K. DitTiCHS.
I'or over fifteen yearn I have suffered
more or lesn from Impure lllood. About a
year ogo I had a boll appear on my leg
below the knee, which was followed by
three more on my neck. I saw 8. 8. s.
advertised nml decided to try it. After
taking three bottles all Iloils disappeared
and i have not been troubled any since.
Guo. G. 1'lUtTIO.
114 W. Jefferson St., Louisville, Ky.
Newark, Ohio, May 3J, 1903,
From childhood I hd been bothered
with bad blood, skin eruptions nod boils.
I had boils ranging front five to twenty In
number each season. The burning ac
companying the eruption was terrible,
S. 8. 8. seemed to be just the medicine
needed lu my case. It drove out all Impu
rities and bad blood, giving me perma
nent relief from the skin eruption and
bolls. This lias been ten years ago, and I
Lave never bad a return of the disease.
Mrs. J. D. ATIIURTON,
Write for our
book ou blood and
or any special In
your case will cost
Tho Swift Speolflo Company, Atlanta, Qa,
In tlm a OnlA h ilpiii-iiULaV Uwl
'"" ."P.l- I ,WK),000 homo
)W,.r f,. (.pclrlClll WOrk, UllOllt OIM
third r it in the umicd Ktnu-M.
.... . . .. .
Henry 1'ndiN, wlm died recently nt
Hun Kriuivliro, wnn tint Inventor of
burlMtl wire. It In wild Hint he mnile
n fn llliio from IiIm In vi'iillon, bill lout
it nil In Ahiakn when liu went In Hcnrcli
of wul J.
Homo observer have doubted tho
reality of N-riy. benunm they Imvu
been tiiiiililu to wu lint hrlirhtcnlnit of
n ti homihorciiccnt acieon. Mr. V. K.
I Hnekctt now vliillim to hi, v.. iiiciimiml
, )r,K,lU.n,ll((i llttntt vlr. nnd
,,,, ,,, ,, ,.,, ,.
..,,.... , .ri . ,...HH , llt nlll
u nllent tnnliiK'fork .'I iter cent.
AeennlliiK to I'mframir V. H. Trniik-
lilt, the I t lluportiint llilimn to he
counlderiil In jilnelliK nml uitjliatliiK "
IlKhtuliiK'niil nro ii koimI Kroiind con
nection nml ii direct pntli to tlm
Ki'ound. 'fliln multer of itlrectueaa ,of
puth In no vltnlly ns'inaiiry thnt In
coinpnilnon with It the liiunhrtlon nf
the rod from the IiiiUiIIiik, either liy
nlr npnee or ulniw nupporta, In of
mull Importuni'f. In fuel, I'mfennor
rrmikllli hohln Unit "If the I'll I h In di
rect there In no noil of Inniilntlon, mid
If the initli In roiimlnlioul, effectlvu In
nuliillon la not priicllcnlly feaallile."
A curloiin motor not likely to he
tint to prnctlenl one hnn hii'ii iIcvIwmI
hy M. I.elMijer, n 1'rencli exierlmenter.
After direful nenrch he hnn dlacuvcriil
n atone enllml the douilti) of Auverifne
In which wnlcr rlaea liy cnplllnry nl
trnctlon to n height of four Inchon,
'Incline two niiinre nliectn of thin ntouo
vertlcnlly In n liiinlu of wnter, he nun-
peuila from tlieui plecea of niilticter
Minkeil fuuKtin, mid henentli thin putn
n Utile wheel with hlottlUK-pnpcr (mil
dlen. An tho wnter pnnaca from tliu
atone to the fiincna, the Intter wetn
the hlottliiK'pnper on one aide of the
wheel, cnnalUK that nlde to fnll. Krnp
nrntlon then lluliti-nn the lower pnrt of
the wheel while miother portion In
mnile henry hy wettliiK, rotnttou Im-
Iiik thun net up. the rnte rnryliiK with
Die aln to nf the ntinoihere.
Ill dlncuaatnir before the Kt. IMlln
Acndcmy of Kclonce the orluln nml
erolutlon of Klnna leiuten an nldn to eye-
aliclit. Dr. C. Ilnrck contradicted home
widely ncceptiil oplnlonn on thin nih
Ji-vt. Tor luntnnce, he found, na the re
ult of mi exnmlnntloii of hlntorlcal
nuthorltleti, Hint to the lKyiitlmia, tho
(Ireekn iiihI the Komnua Klni- were
unknown. Thin In In'oontrn vciitlon of
tho conitnnn ntntenieut thnt N'cro iimiI
Klnnnca to correct Ilia iuiir alhtiilnca.
Hpectnclea, Dr. Ilmrk ny, were III
vented liy two Itntlmin, Armntl mid
Hpllin, nt the end of the thirteenth cen
tury. At firnt only convex lerwen were
mill, hut nfter iiImiiH two centutien
conenve onen were employed. Thomna
Yottiik' dlncovernl tho line of cyllndrl
cnl lonwn In 1N01, nml the nntmnonier
Airy nidlel them for the correction
of nntlicmntlam In 1H27. lllfocnl apec
tnclm were Invented nml Unit, used hy
lleujumlti Krnnklln In 17K.
CLEVELAND AT HOME.
I'luclil I.lfo of the r.i-l'rc.lilcnt
Princeton, N. J.
I.unch nt Wentlnnd Is served nt 1
i'clock, when tho children return from
school. Several bourn Inter, If the
wenther Is duo, the cnrrlage Is made
rendy, nml Mr. Clovelnnd with Mrs.
Cleveland mid one or more of tho fam
ily drlvo nhout the town or nlong ouo
of tho mnny dcllxhtful country "roads
In tho vlclidty. Tho lionHn nre bnyn.
imd If not fust, nro snfe nud service
able. Dinner, the fonnnl men I of the dny
nt Westliiud, In served nt 0 o'clock.
DurliiK the vvenliiK, If tins family U
nlone, Mr, Cleveland Klvcs his time to
his children until their retlrliik'-hour,
or tnlkn with Mm. Cleveland. Very
often ho reads. Tho ex-l'rosldent Is
ileeiily Ititernrteil lu works of histori
cal or polltlcnl chnrnctcr, but he occn
Bjf.nnlly devotes nttentlou to n Kood
novel or 11 work of lighter theme.
If Riiests are ylsltliiK tlio house, Mr.
Clevehind Is not nvcrsu to n pane of
btlllnrds, nt which ho-shows u consid
erable amount of skill.
The routlno of llfo nt WeKtlnnd
mores easily. ' It In a plncld, altogeth
er hnpiy existence. Tho cx-rrcsldcnt
In n prime fuvorltn ntnnug tho nclgh
liorn, nml tho lively Interest ho takes
In local nlTntrn, Including polltlon, hna
emtetiriil 111 in to all Princeton. When
ho wnlks nhroiul, which he often does,
ho Is appronchnblo nud nlwuys ready
for a tulk with miy 0110 who greets
Mr, Clovelnud'H connection with
rrlnceton University Is 11 source of
considerable enjoyment to him. Al
though not n regular member of tho
faculty, ns Is generally believed, the
sovernl lectures ho delivers each yenr
In fulfillment of 11 lectureship bequest
gives him n Hcmt-otllclul nttnehmcnt.
Ho Is on tho best posslhlo terms with
tho university Htaff, mid tho porch nt
Wentlnnd often contains n gntherlug
composed of such distinguished men
ns Professor rrothlnghmn, tho emi
nent nrchneologlst, and Dr. Van Dyck.
For the pant fow years nn address to
tho students by Mr. Clovelnnd forms
a rcgulnr fenturo of commencement
exercises at tho university.
At these functions tho cx-Prestdont
conforms to all tho rules of college eti
quette, and nppenrs In n black gown,
a mortnr-bonrd nml the gorgeous black-nnd-yollow
bow of nn I.UD. Mrs.
Cleveland also takes great Interest In
college affairs, and alio Is, n conspicu
ous figure in tho nudlcnco, Woman's
FRIGHTENED BY UMBRELLA,
IH rat lined In the United Htntes Created
11 Banantloit 111 Htrsctn,
How ninny persons know thnt llnl
tlmoro Is tho American homo of tho
umbrella; thnt uwny back In 1772 tho
first umbrella ever seen In tho United
Htntos marched through Ilnltlmoru
town with a man under It; that good
old colonial dnmen rnn for their lives
at sight of It; that horses hopped
fences nml tore wildly from meetlng-
houso posts; that barmaids In yo Inv
ert) rnn to doors and windows to noo
the show. Yvhllo yo star dipsomaniac
Hhoutcd with "much power and great
rigor" thnt lio would novur touch nn
other drop; that small boyn Ihrow
clonus nt It, mid thnt Iho town was lu
Yet such In history. A book lu I ho
city library nnyn It In no, hencn It 'mint
bo no. In fact, (hero In not Iho slight
out doubt of It, for Iho night wnt'h
(who wnn called night watch livcntmo
ho worked In tho dny) sent In n riot
cull mid re-enforceineiits wero only
prevented turning out hocnusn Ihero
wnn only one night watchman 011 Iho
force In lliono good but hotucwhiit un
It In to be regretted Hint the nm
brelln wnn not mnile here. It wnn 11
forelKiier. Ihiiuiih It wan brought by 11
Ilnltlniorenn ou n Tlultluioro ship from
Ituiigliio the figure tlm gentlemnn
must Imvo cut lu the eyen of Iho p
tilnce nn he meaiulered from the dock
with the village giing nt III" bnck ami
tho, vlllnge dogn nt Ids heeln. Them tn
no record to show whether ho wnn
chimed out of town 011 tho iimlnt old
churge of being KinnMned of tho devil
or wnn taken gently but llrmly to 1 1 j.-
duckluu pool mid dropped In. lint
whatever hnipened to I1I111 It In n very
ginnl bet (hut he did not wnmler
iiroiiud long without encountering n
trouble fnctory of miiiio kind.
Yet If ho lived It wnn to lniic.li. He
lived to nee olhern ndopt the luitxirtol
Inntrumi'iit which at Hrnt cnuned hi
much apprehension. He nnw (ho Idei
ex pa ml and bronden. Tho fa me nf th.)
ltnlllmore ilinhrelhi traveleil to I'hlln
dclphlii. mid M'in It wnn ndopleil liy
the ipinkerH with much enlhunlnsni.
Next It wnn heard of lu New York,
where the Hollnnd Dutch, who had
brought nothing with them from the
other side but the ImiKUngn they npo'ie,
uinrvclcd aiming themselves, nnylug,
"Verily, thin In 11 good thing to push
And thun from town tn town the
utulirelln era re npreml, The hlcycli?
mania of later yearn wnn nothing com
pared to It. nml the "niito" crnie In not
worth mentioning In the snme brenlh.
Kverybody scrambled for an umbrella,
liable erliil for them. They becmno
the fnahlon. They beenmo Innepnrnblo
from the vlllnge nnKen, wdio could not
think except they walked and who
could not walk tinlean they had their
umbrellns under their nrinn or mny
hap over (heir bends. The umbrella
became a bnilKO of rank nml dignity.
And nil beonune nwny bnck In 1772
n lone man wnlkcd through Iinltlmoro
town carrying one, the (Irnt umhielhi
seen In this pnrt of the world.
U8E OF PIQEON8 IN WAR.
Jwpuiicae Ituto Hcorrd 11 Hllcccna with
With nn iirmy on the imiri h the iuj
of pignuts ns mesvengers hnn so fur
proved n fnllure, nil experiment to get
these birds to return to 11 loft continu
ally on the move hnvlng been void of
success, snys the Pllgilm. Japan ban,
however, with tho tenacity of purjioso
tor vthlch she Is famous, scored 11 suc
cess with traveling loftt. Much lofts
are stocked with birds us soon ns they
are old enough to leave the nest, mul
the birds nre kept confined within It
until nun I red for use. Tho whole loft
Is thun transferred to the military
bnse, or temporary post nenr the sceiw
of operations, mid the birds, then sev
eral months old, nre given their liberty
for the first time. Not bavins flown to
miother locality, they quickly setlio
down to their new surroundings, nn.l
In n few dnys nre fqmlllnr with the
country for miles around. Kvery ;
IKirtunlty Is seized to give them addi
tional experience before being actually
used In tho service, nnd to keep opeu
communications with nn advance col
iiinn. or for scouting work, theso trav
eling lofts have proved Invaluable.
Should, however, the base of opera
tlons bo ndvnnced, or n temporary post
abandoned, tho birds nre nt onco dis
carded nnd n new loft transferred to
the altered surroundings.
Hcouts, both mounted and on cycle.
each carry from four to six birds In n
bnmlKxi cnge. slung nfter the fashion
of 11 kiinpmck nnd thus teports ur
sent back without tho necessity of
their leaving tlirlr post of observation
I'or great dlstmicen two birds mny be
down with the snme dispatch, but this
is ncmoui rciuircii, me usual custom
being to repent each nicBsnRo on sub
sequent birds, so thnt the Dual pigeon
liberated would not only carry Its own,
but also n copy nf the mess.iKes sent
by the birds first liberated. It must ba
understood that the (light of the pig
eon would be seriously Impeded wero
It to bo burdened with nny great
weight, nnd consequently dlspitches
nre written on specially prepared slips.
of rlco paper. Those, contrary to tlm
general Impression, nre not tied round
the birds' neck, but nro rolled and
placed In n celluloid bolder, fastened
by two clips to tho bird's leg, nnd nro
thus carried closo under tho tall of
the bird when It Is In tllght. The total
weight of this carrier, which Is niunu-
fnetured by a llclglutn firm, Is under
Jowola, nnd tlio Wenthor.
Tho up-to-date girl no longer wenrs
her rings to match her costumes, but
to match the wenther.
During the hot summer she discard
ed her diamonds nnd ruoies for to
pazes, moonstones and turquoises. She
declared the more nrdeut stones made
her feel warmer than the weather.
With tho nippy fall days she puts
on her emeralds and sapphires. On a
orlght, sunny day she wears pearls,
but never on a gloomy day, for she
says pearls nro nothing but tears, any
way, and tlio combination of pearls
and clouds would be too depressing to
On rainy days she wears onals be
cause they promlso brightness and
clear dnys to como. Her rubles, gar
nets and diamonds eho saves for win
Tho diamond In n good cold-
weather stono, oven If It Is somowhnt
Btntely, becnuso It Is constantly giving
out dnshes of brllllunt color. Ame
thysts nro nlwnys suggestive of thick
clothes, and should bo wo-n Just n
summer Is changing into, full. New
Thoso women who go on tlio theory
thnt n fow minutes' waiting for menlj
makes no difference to their husbands,
hnvo another guess coming,
The cheaper tho show, tho inoru it
runs to pistols and daggers.
Loslna your hair? Comlnc
out by flic combful? And
dolnt: nothlnc? No sense In
that! Why don't you use
Aycr's Hnlr Vigor nnd
promptly stop the falling?
Your hair will begin to grow,
too, and all dandruff will dis
appear. Could you reason
ably expect anything better?
"Avar's Malr Vlanr la fl anwm llli
tnm t l.-lr falllit uul rr IjmiIIv. I,nt
Hi lllr Vlar tinvv II and mw nif lilr l
all iislit,'- W. o. touauon. IJodnj. cl.
Nollilug Too (Jimil.
In the reniule fastnesses of the
Southern mountiilns there are many
cabins lu which sugar, even of the un
refined variety, In unknown. Most
thine L' iinswecteneil. but for eape-
clul occnslona there In reserved n Jug
of molasses or corn syrup, kuowu fa
miliarly as "long sweetening."
It was In such 11 cabin thnt an Itin
erant preacher wan called upon to pass
the night. The mountaineers were de
lighted nt the honor of entertaining
such distinguished company. When 1
supper time came, the usual repast of
biscuits and frizzled pork won Increas
ed by the addition of boiled potatoes.
Hut when It came to pouring the cof
fee, the hostess was lu her glory. Hhe
produced a demijohn of "long sweeten
ing," and filled tho minister's cup more
tlm 11 half full of It
The minister viewed this proceeding
"There, there, my good woman," he
protested, vehemently, "that will do.
that will do! No more, I beg of you!"
Hut "my good woman" mistook the
cause of his protest.
"Lawvy me!" she exclaimed. "Don't
be worrited, parson. Why, all 'larses
ain't too good for the minister."
Motbtrawlll tlnd Mra. Wlnitow'a Soothing
Ryrup the beit remedy toute (or tbclr children
during the teething period.
All's Fair In Ijove.
Minn Million So you know Miss Tip
top, (lie belle of the season?
Mr. Slmrpwlt (nfter Minn Million's
heart, baud and bank account) Oh. yes;
she and I luovo lu In ah much the
Minn Million Hy the way, here comes
Miss Tiptop now. We will meet her
face to face. Why, she did not
Mr SU,ni-U-l CI,. In,.-. mtm tUnt
way 'wheu I'm with a prettier sirl than
Patent Ofllcc Clerk Your machine Is
so complicated that some part or other
will be sure to iufrliiKe on some other
invention, and make trouble, with no
end of court coats.
Poor Inventor I can't afford such ex
penses. "Hadn't you better try somethini; sim
pler at first. What is that in your other
"This? A bit of wire I picked up in
the street. A button is oil and I'm rolng
to use It to fasten up my suspenders."
"Well, we'll tlve you a patent on
Its Would Like to Know.
A Japanese of an Inquiring turn of
mind has recently addressed a note to
the Ylllago Improvement Society of
South Oraiine, N. J. The subject of
his Investigation Is one that Is fa
miliar to most parts of the world, but
no doubt the community of which the
Inquiry Is made will feel flattered by
thin evidence of Its popularity.
The honorable of the South Oranges
nre usked lu what way they rid them
selves of him the much troublesome
mosquito? How do they approach him
lu his house among the reeds and
marshes, so as to remove him effec
tually from the dangers that bo does
to people of good minds whose skins
lie must puncture? All this I would
like sb much to know.
A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES
llclilnir Ullnit, lUrfsltne or Protril lng IMee.
Your ilruslalH 111 n-ruiiil monpy It r..v. OINT-
.M1..M Inn u turo yuu la tu 14 da). aoe.
Herr Argelander was one of Ger
many s most distinguished astrono
mers. He was greatly loved and nd
mlrcd by the younger generation of
students, both (iennan and foreign,
ninny of whom were proud of having
had him ns their preceptor.
Among them, siiys Dr. Ncwcomb In
his "Itemlnlsccnces," was Dr. 11. A.
Could, who loved to tell this story of
the professor's wit:
When Dr. Oould wns In Oermnny as
n student, ho had abundant hair but
no benrd. On Ids return there from
America, years later, ho had grown 11
heard. am had become completely bald.
He entered Argolnnder s Study unan
nounced, nnd tho professor looked
"Don't you know me, Herr Profes
sor?" asked the visitor.
Tho professor looked moro closely.
"It's Gould!" ho cried, nt last "It
Is Gould mlt his hair struck through I"
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Y H. C. A. BUf, PORTLAND, ORE.
She Do you believe thnt Ignornncs
In bllnn? Ilo (naively) Why ? HI10--You
seem so happy. Yale Itecord.
Nell How do you llko my new pho
tograph? Hell lively! I never should
have known thnt It wns you. Homer
Hook Agent Now, nlr, enn I sell
you nn encyclopedia. Old John Non,
I don't think no. I'm tew old to rldu
He After nil, you know, there's
nothing to imt n goid musical com
edy! Hhe (hesitating) No; except,
perhnps, Khnkspenre. ISxchiinge
Ooodwlii I hear you cave twenty
flvo dollnrn to help repnlr the church?
flrnsplt You linve been misinformed.
I merely subscribed that amount -(lilengo
Friend Why do you nllow your
dnughter to bang the plnno so hard?
Papa I'm hoping she'll cither siirn.ii
her wrist or bust the Instrument
Ko you were nt Mrs. .Mnrrnblo'n
dinner yesterdny. Klonnle.
the menu like'" "I really cun't tell
yon, for I didn't tnke any. It's a tiling
I very seldom toch."
Teocher I suppose you know, Hor
ry, that In keeping you after school I
punish myself ns well ns you? Hnrry
Yes, m'm; that's why I don't mind
It. Itoston Transcript.
"No, I won't give you n piece of my
apple," snapped his sister. "You mean
thing!'!' said the boy. "Wasn't It n.e
thnt spoiled the plnno, ho thnt you
didn't have to practice for n week?"
Krnlc Uusslc Hnpp snys If I refuso
him he will go away nnd Join either
the Japnnese or Itusslan ntmy. Hello
Then nccept him. Thoso nations
hnvo enough trouble already. Chi
Harold Did your charity ball real
izo anything for charity? Dolly Well,
rather. Old Jabez Gotrox sat in a
iraught, got pneumonia, died next day,
nnd left ten thousand dollars to an or
phan asylum. Puck.
Miss Peppery She says you appear
to have a habit of telling all you know.
Cholly Fawncy! ! Why ! nevab met
her till lawst evening, and then only
for five minutes. Ml Peppery
Well? Philadelphia Ledger.
"Yes, he began here as an office
boy." "And, I suppose, mastered ev
ery detail of the business, so that be
could ta'ke chnrge of tho grent estab
lishment" "No, be married the senior
Simpson Williams has always a
ood supply of nice fresh eggs. How
does he get them? Thompson His
neighbors all keep fowls and never
lock their fowlhouse doors. Simpson
Ah, I Bee! Poached eggs, eh?
"Shall I get off this end of the car?'
said a lady to the conductor on 1
Santa Ke train the other day, ns It
pulled into Topeka. "Just ult your
self, madam." said the conductor,
"both ends stop." Topekn Capital.
The Parson I Intend to pray that
you may forgive Casey for having
thrown that brick at you. The Patient
Mebbe yer rlv-rence 'ud be saving
tolme If ye'd Just wait till OI git well
an' then pray for Casey. Brooklyn
"He poses as a reformer, doesn't
he?" "Oh, he's worse than n reform
er. His Ideas would upset the whole
,, ,, ,,., nr,
He says If
he had his way he'd put In Jail every
body who ought to be there.'" Phila
"You can't keep a good man down."
said the boarder who has a mania for
miotntlonB. "Unless," observed the
fluffy-haired girl who typewrites be
cnuso she needs the money, "he has a
sent In a crowded car. Then you can't
get him up." Chicago News.
Mrs. Jones I think It's the most
ridiculous thing to call that man In
the bank a "teller." Mrs. Johnson-
Why? Mrs. Jones Hecause he simply
won't tell nt nil. I asked ono to-day
how much my husband had on deposit
there, nnd he Just Inughed. TIt-lllts.
Young Lady You are n wonderful
master of the piano, I hear, l'rofessor
von Spieler (hired for tho occasion) I
blay nggouipnnlments zometlmes.
Young Lady Accompaniments to sing
ing? Professor voji Spieler Aggom-
pnnlments to gonvcrsations. New
Mrs, A I bee Of course, you married
Mr. liebee for lovo? Mrs. Ilebeo Well,
yes, I suppose you would call it Unit
I married htm to protect htm from no
less than tlireo widows In our street,
If I hadn't snapped htm up, ono ot
tbcni would have been sure to get him.
Senior Partner What title shnll wo
glvo our new beauty book? Junior
Partner How would "How to Ileeotue
Itenutlful" do? Senior Partner Don't
believe thnt would make a hit with
most women. Junior Partner Then
we'll call It "How to Contlnuo Ileau
tlful." Senior Partner Ah, that's the
stuff! Pittsburg Post
That was a.splendld back fall you
made lu your death se'eno last night,"
remarked a young member of tho
company to the eminent trngedlun.
Tho latter looked ut tho flatterer with
a suspicious glare. "Yes," he said,
"and I'd llko to lay my bands on the
blithering Idiot who soaped tho stngo
floor." Cleveland Plain Denier.
It Whs u Htnyer.
"Yes," Bald he, letting out another
notch beyond tho speed limit, "tho au
tomobile hnB como to stay."
Then tho machine slowed down, gave
a shuddor or two and a dry, rasping
cough and Btoppcd.
"You wero right," said his guest, a
fow hours later, as thoy trudged weari
ly Into town. Houston Post
Sotno promoter might earn tlio un
dying gratitude of bonrdlng-liouso pa
trons by organizing n hash trust and
boosting Its prlco bcyoud tho roach ot
Uses Pe-ru-na for Coughs, Colds, Grip and Ca
tarh A Congressman's Letter.
In every country of the civilized
world Sisters of Charity are known.
Not only do they minister to the spir
itual and intellectual needs of tho
charges committed to their care, but
they also minister to their bodily
With so many children to take care
of and to protect from climate and dis
ease, these wise and prudent Sisters
have found I'eruna a never falling safe
guard. Dr. Hartman receives many letters
from Catholic Sisters from all over tho
United States. A recommend recently
received from a Catholic institution in
Detroit, Mich., reads as follows:
Dr. S. It. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio:
Dear Sir: "The young girl who used
the i'eruna was suffering from laryn
gitis and loss of voice. The result of
the treatment was most satisfactory.
She found great relief, and alter
further use of the medicine we hope
to be able tosay she Is entirely cured."
Sisters of Charity.
The young girl was under tlio care of
the Sisters of Charity and used I'eruna
for catarrh of the throat with good re
sults as the alxive letter testifies.
Send to The I'eruna Medicine Co.,
Columbus, Ohio, for a free book writ
Struggling Author Eldora, can't you '
keep that baby quiet for about two min- i
utes? Ills yells are enough to drive one 1
Wife No, I can't I've got to finish ,
the dishes', and knead the bread, nnd
mend Tommy's clothes. 1
Struggling Author Well, anyhow, you
can make Johnny and sis stop their
racket, and close the windows o there
won't be so many smells coming in from
the neighbors, and lock the doors so those
heartless bill collectors can't get In to,
annoy me. I'm writing an article on
"How to Be Happy, Though Poor."
For bronchial trouMes try TIso's Cure ,
for Consumption, It Is a good cough -medicine.
At druggists, price 25 cents.
Simple as A. It. d
American Father How Is this? Be
fore your marriage I asked for some
proof that you had credit abroad. You
immediately drew a check on a Paris
bank for a large sum, and It was hon
ored. Now you tell me you have not a
cent to your name.
I reiieh Count (Ids son-in-law) Not a
How did that check come to be paid.
then? Explain that."
"I previously had informed zee Faree
bnnkaire zat I vas engaged to your
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A Smalt Favor.
Young Wife (time, midnight) Quick!
Quick! Wnke up! I hear some one
Husband (sleepily) What
seem to be doing?
Wife Hark! Hear that!
In tho pantry. I heard my
Husband (wearilyl Tell
please not die lu the house.
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For tho woman who kct-p.s houio
plants there are n growing number of
conveniences. Kor lnrgo and heavy
plnnta n fiber saucer or tray ou wheels
will bo found of special tidvnntnge.
Not only do theso hold the pot high
enough from the floor to keep thu
moisture from Injuring the carpet, to-.
quirlug no other stand for thnt pur-
pose, but they facilitate the moving of
even the heaviest plant with no Injury
to tho plant, carpet, or the mover.
New York Globe.
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II. P. HAMILTON, Two klvere, Wlscoatln.
ST. HELEN'S HALL
A GIIU,'B SCHOOL OP TIIK lllflllKst
ChABS corps o teacbei a. location, build
lng equipment the besi. Bend for cat
alogue. Term Opoas sontembur IB, 1004
ten by Dr. Hartman.
Tho following letter Is from Congress
man Mcckison, of Napoleon, Ohio:
Tho I'eruna Medicine Co., Columbus,
0.: Genltcmcn; "I bavo used several
liottlai of Tcruna
and feel greatly licn
cfitod thereby from
my catarrh of tho
head, and feel en
couraged to believe
that its continued
use will fully eradi
cate a diseaso of
thirty yeara' stand-
Dr. Hartman, one of the best known
physicians and surgeons in the United
States, was tho firet man to formulate
I'eruna. It was through his genins
and perseverance that it was introduced
to the medical profession ot this conn
If you do not derive prompt and sat
isfactory results from the use of I'eru
na, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giv
ing a full statement of your case and
he will lie pleased to give you his val
uable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
the; Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, 0.
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