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About Bohemia nugget. (Cottage Grove, Or.) 1899-1907 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1906)
'Having I4ir J'tmn.t for tntartk atttt
tiny Jfvrr, I um recommend it to all ivio
tit suffering with th abort rairi.
tm haffy to t I'l'i to uiy it fiat litlpnt
vi womb i fully."
Jfffiymt i:. Smith,
He : :
MlHH MA YMJi Sill Til,
411 K.Nkl Miniinl Hirer! Columbus, Olilo
HAV FKVKK It endemic raUrrh.
It Ii raimed by iome Irritating rab
ntsnce In the atmosphere during tlia
Ute MmmM months. It la (fHtiernlly
thcuvht tli at tlio pollen of certain woudi
nd flower is the entice of it.
Change of locality seems to the be
only rational cure. The nt-eof I'ernna,
however, stimulates the nervous sys
tem to rcpidt the eflicta of the poison
ous riiiaiiAtions and rotni'timca carries
the victim through the hay lever tea
ion without nu Mtla k of the difense.
A lari( nmiihur of poIo rely upon
reruna for this purpose. Those who
do not Hud It convenient to change
their location to avoid Hay Fever would
do well to give I'eruna a trial. It has
proven of priceless value to many peo
p'e. OM In ftluhl.
"Mr. Itoxlcy." Htiiiiiiuered the young
fun ii. "1 er culled "
yes." Interrupted the 1nr girl's
fnt her. "I realize the object of your
cull, young m:in, iiinl I want to txk you
to tell iiio candidly cuii you support n
"Well rr really, don't you think tint
question I nither prt'iuutiiirV" Phila
Confident Inl i'rleiid - lid man. If you
liiul jour-life lo livu over sgniu, wouM you
tnnkt it illffrrr lit ?
Iiefeated Politician- Yes, in two iinr
tieuUrs. Klrxtly, I'd lx a binK'r scoun
drel. Secondly, I wouldn't take any other
In nil Into my coufiilunce. Chicago Trib
une. 1 niter I'roteet.
Nonh Webster was compillnf his dic
tionary. "To a certain extent," lie snid, "I hav
to take the IniiKUflKe as I find it."
Thereupon, w ith a 'pang of regret, he
added the word "awfully" to bis collec
tion, lie foresaw that It would be aw
A Nil. Ileal Knan.l.
"Our JoIiii'm uoln' to be a preacher, 1
pile," Htild I'ariner Korntop, "Jcdgln'
I from whtit his college profeNKor net
llbollt 1 1 1 III.
"What'H thatV" asked his wife.
"lie hey. heVe Inclined to be bibu
lous." Philadelphia Ledger.
Iter prat l.ske n I'.nrth.
; The deepest lake In the world Is be
lieved to be Lake Il.tllutl, In Siberia.
'Nine thousand square miles In area, or
near y as large aa Lake hide, It Is 4,(HKJ
- . f. ,. ... .i . i. . . '
lo fi.tKK) feet deep, so that It contain
us much water us Lake Supo-
Ilnlilt with II I in.
"That man looked at the bill I hand
rd him for fully three minutes," said
the clerk. "I wonder If he thinks
tried to cheat him."
"No," explained the floor wnlker,
"he's r bacteriologist and wui looking :
A nia II id I. a rue.
i "Dr. Slocuui U a houioopatb, Isn't
I "Hut lie ulwuyi prescribes homeo
"Yes, but his fees are allopathic,"
SICK FOR TEN YEARS.
Constant Backache, Dropsy, and Se
ver Bladder Trouble.
. Fred W. Harris, o! Chesnut St., Jef
ferson, Ohio, says: "For over ten
years I suffered from kidney disease.
The third year my
fvet and hands would
veil and remain
puffed up for days at
a time. I seemed to
have a constant back
ache. Finally I got
so bad that I was laid
up in bed with several
doctors In attendance.
I thought surely I
'would die. I Changed medicine and
began using Uoan'e Kidney Pills when
I was still in bed. The relief I found
was so great that 1 kept on until I had
taken atout ten boxes. The kidney se
cretions became natural and after years
f misery I was cured. I have increas
ed in weight, and show no symptoms of
ay former trouble."
Bold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
l OBter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
KuperslltloiiM people formerly regard
ed with awe the tinning red it t long
Inlcrviils of I, n lie Mret In Kwlt.er
IhihI. ItotiinlMti lnive now shown thnt
th" phenomenon h due t a plant
which propagate every lentil year,
Mini which, though very minute, grows
eo rapidly that the whole bike Is soon
While ('forgo W. Stevens, many
jeni-H hk, win repairing the road In
front of bin house In Itolton, Vt.( he
hung a hoe In a tree and forgot It. A
few days ago the tree wan cut down
Hint, when caweil up. the blade
hoe, with the exception of II
the crook and the handle, was found
embedded In the body of the lief, hav
ing been covered .y the wood and bnrk
by natural growth.
The motor cultivator of Prof. T.
IIihNoii Ilea re, a K''ottMi meehiiiib-lnii,
l designed to do all the work of pre
paring the ground for seed at one
operation. It can be driven at three
times the peed of the ordinary plow,
and ecch trip cocrs three times the
breadth of the usual furrow, and well
pulverizes the ground. Hy a simple
attachment the sowing also can be
done at the sniiie time.
Of thirty accldeiitt from electric
shock In Sw It.erland last year, twenty
one were fatal, while Austria had but
six ratalltles In fifty-six cases. A fifth
of the accidents were from currents of
2.V) volts or less, ami a mason was
killed by a ll'n volt three w ire supply,
while In another case a shock from
twenty six thousand volts did not kill.
Of fifteen attempts nl resuscitation,
only one was successful.
A remarkable hair bull from the
stomach of a young girl has been
brought to notice by l'n.f. vmi Itra
uiaun or Halle. She had a habit of
swallow lug einN bitten from her loin:
in if, forming In time a bulky acciiiuu-
lailon, though felt only as a slight
prc-Miro, ami when t1(. mass was re
moved hy an operation It was found
to bine shaped Itself to the cavltv.
ke n cast In a mold. Iron tonics had
changed the light color to hhek.
Prof. KHhu Thomson sayM that ex
periment litis proved that alcohol, pro
vided It can bo mudo cheap enough. Is
entirely suitable s a fuel for Internal
combustion engines. Although the heat
ing value of alcohol Is much less than
that of gasoline, yet n gallon of alco
hol will develop substantially the same
power as a gallon of gasoline, because
of the greater elllclency of operation.
Less heat I thrown off In waste giis-s
from the alcohol, and a mixture of al
cohol vii p' ii" with air stands a much
higher compression without premature
explosion than does a mixture of gas
oline mid air. In fact. Professor Thom
son says, the eflloleney, or the ratio
of the conversion of heat units Into
power, Is probably higher In the alco
hol engine than In engines operated
with any other combustible.
The principle of the rifled gun has
recently been applied to pipes for
pumping oil. The crude oil of Califor
nia Is mostly thick, viscous, ami difll
cult to pump through long lines. Heat
ing cannot bo eucccssfully applied to
n long pipe, and mixing with water
results In an emulston front which the
oil cannot be readily hcparated. The
latest scheme for dealing with these
viscous oils comprises n pipe rifled on
the Inside, so that the oil, mixed with
about 1(1 per cent of water, Is caused
to whirl rapidly. The water, being
heavier than the oil, hcckh the outside,
and fornix a thin film, w hich lubricates
the pipe for the passage of the oil.
The friction Is thus so far reduced
that the oil has been easily pumped
through a line thirty-one miles long
The water and the oil come out entire-
ly separate ut the end of the line,
The Other side.
Mr. I'pmore crept out of bed, groped
his way to the telephone, und called up
the e-entral olllee.
"Hello!" he said, In a low voice.
"Please send word to the nearest police
fetation that there Is a burglar In my
house. If they will make u quick run
they can catch til in. My house Is No,
There was a pause of half a minute,
and then u gruff voice finished the
message In this wise:
"Hello, central! Youse needn't call
up de cops. De burglar has got de guy
wot owns dls Hhebang covered wit' de
gun, nn' he'll bo out o' here wit de
swag In about 'leven seconds. By, by,
sis." Home Magazine.
Too Old to Lrsrn,
One of the students In nn Eastern
university, wishing to turn nu honeet
nonnv during his vacation, decided to
Introduce a new and popular cyclopedia
Into tho country districts. Needless to
Hay, ho had many queer and amusing
experiences. At one place he found an
old farmer working In the fields.
"I'd like to sell you a new cyclope
dia," said the agent.
"Well, young feller," said the farm
er, "I'd like to have one, but I'm ufeerd
I'm too old to lido tho thing."
"HabtllmcnU for Infants" Is a sign
In n clothing store in Huston. A west
ern visitor, seeing It, stopped In unitize
incut. "What does that mean?" ho asked his
better-acquainted fellow westerner.
"Tliat'r" said tho other. "Oh, that
Is Huston dialect for kids' duds."
YVhcn a man Is satisfied w ith hLuiself,
It Is a sure thing that others are uot
Initialled with him.
Veted Mnestlon Sol red.
The two sisters hud engaged a serv
ant girl. She fulled to meet their ..
Millromcnts. They were holding a whis
pered consultation In the dining I'snii.
"Mow shall we get rid of her?" whis
At that moment the irlrl ntineared r.t
the door. She carried her grip. She
i wore her hat. In the other Lnnd w.is
j "If you please," she snld, politely,
"I'm going now. The jdnee doesn't
soil me." New York (JIob and Coin-
Minnie for (lie Urorrr,
"I want to complain of the-flour you
Hmt me the other day," said Mrs. New
llwed, severely. The grocer iiNHiinifd
nu anxious expression, and Inquired
what was the matter with It. "It was
tough." replied the housekeeper flccus-
ofjimdy, ",y husband pimply could not
eat the biscuits I made with It."
"Haven't I seen you before some
where";" Mhk'-il the customer at thn lunch
"You probably s-iw me nt some I'orrote
v i I In ." said the dn-k.v waiter. "I wn
one of ilie li-nrroten. nh."
He Unit III Wish.
The late Carl Schurr. had no consld
era t Ion for hypocrites or pretenders,
I'pon literary pretenders he was par
tb ularly severe.
At a dinner In New York one night
a man of wealth who had written
volume of poems sneered at politics.
"1 wouldn't give a picayune' he said
"for u Hcnatnrshlp or a cabinet oilier
To be even President, wouldn't tempt
me. I, for my part, would rather be
known any day ns a thin! rate poet
than a first rate statesman."
"Well, aren't you?" said Mr. Schurz
"I want to get some bird seed,
'I)ou't try to plague me, smarty!'
cried the new clerk from the country
' P.iiils grow from eggs, not shiIs."
The Catholic Standard and Times,
lrrnlril f'rltllctcr of ( tllcenshlp.
The right to homestead on the pub
lie d'Uiiaiu is the greatest privilege of
American citl.eiiship, says I-'aiin'n
The right to homestead is co-existent
with citizenship. Kverv citizen over 21
years of age, every immigrant who has
declared his or her Intention of be
coming a citizen, every head of a fam
lly, male or female, even though under
i'l, may locate a tract not to exceed
l'MJ acre and after five years' resi
deuce will receive absolute title there
A Curlunl Milk.
Klclly supplltse a curious silk which
Is Kpun by the piiina, a Mediterranean
hell fish which, luis u little tube at
the end of Its tongue. Out of this
tube, spider fashion, or sllkworm-fash
ton, It spins a silk thread, with which
It fastens itself on any rock It fan
cies. hen the pui nu moves Its
t-llken cable remains behind. This enhle,
which Is called byssus. the Sicilian fish
ermen gather. ItysMis weaves into the
Koftest and shiniest of fabrics, but it
It very rare and expensive.
Her Meltln Smile.
"What's the reason you can't collect
that bill from that woman?" stormed
the proprietor of the collection agency.
"This Is the seventh time you've been
"You Just go round there and let her
beam on you once," replied the agent,
"and you'll find the reason why!"
"Yes, we used to sit out on the old
porch in the beautiful moonlight.
Strange to Ray, .Tack never hclieve-il be
kissed me as often as I necusevl hliu of
"Ah, how did you convince him,
"Why, the next night I told him to
cut a notch In the tKjreh each time ho
took n kiss."
"How did the scheme work?"
"Very well for a while, but er by
the end of the week tiii-re wasn't any
What lie Took.
A certain thrifty individual, In the
hope of getting a gratuitous medical
aplnlon, remarked casually one day to
his doctor :
"I say. doctor, what do you do when
you've got a cold?"
"I cough," replied the M. P., briefly.
"Ah! Quite so," stammered the oth
er : "but what do rou take?"
"I take advice," snappi'd the son of
Ksculaplus; and the thrifty man took
his leave. Modern Socletv.
There is a remedy over sixty
years old Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. Of course you have
heard of it.probably have used
it. Once in the family, it stays;
the one household remedy for
coughs and hard colds on the
chest. Ask your doctoraboutit.
" I have had pneumonia three times, and
Avar's Cherry fsutoritl hits broimlit meiaiul
tliniUKh each time. I have lust recovered
from my last attack, kgrnl sixty-seven. No
wonder I praise It" K. V. IIiooimh, Uteveus
JO IHade by J. O. Ayr Co., Lowell, aiaaa.
yjl Also niauufaolurere of
Ayer's Hills Increase the activity ot
the liver, And thus aid recovery.
every part of the body, make it the greatest of
remedy PURELY VEGETABLE and while
tite, overcoming that tired, run-down feeling, and other ailments common to Spring, which
warn us that it is necessary to take a tonic, it is purifying the blood of all poisons and waste
matters so that it can supply to the system the strength and nourishment it needs to keep it
in perfect condition during the depressing summer mouths that are to follow.
Spring is the season when most every
one needs a tonic. It is nature's time for an effort to pull through the day.
renewing and changing; and as everything
puts on new life, the sap rises in vegetation,
the earth thaws out from its winter freezes,
and all respond to Spring's call to purge
and purify themselves, there is a great
change also takes place in our bodies. The
blood endeavors to throw off the poisons and
accumulations which have formed in the
system, and been absorbed by it, from the
inactive winter life, and calls upon every
member to assist in the elimination. The
system is often unequal to the struggle, the
appetite grows fickle, the energies give way,
the spirits are depressed, and a general run
down condition is the result.
Then the body must have assistance
it must be strengthened and aided by a tonic,
and S. S. S. is the ideal one. Being made
entirely from roots, herbs and barks, it does
not disagreeably affect the system in an' way as do most of the so-called tonics on the market,
which contain Potash or some other harmful mineral ingredient to derange the stomach and
digestion, unfavorably affect the bowels, or otherwise damage the health. S. S- S. tones up
the stomach and digestion and assists in the assimilation of food; it rids the system of that
always-tired, worn-out feeling, and imparts vigor and tone to every part of the body. It re
establishes the healthy circulation of the blood, stimulates the sluggish organs, and calms
the unstrung nerves which make one feel that he is on the verge of prostration. S. S. S
gives an appetite and relish for food that nothing else does, and by its use we can find our
selves with as hearty, hungry an appetite in Spring as at any other season.
It acts more promptly and gives better and more lasting results than any other remedy,
and is absolutely safe because of its vegetable purity. Dyspeptic, irritable, nervous, debili
tated people will find S. S. S. is just the medicine that is needed for the purification of
the blood, which, from its diseased or impure condition, is causing their trtuble, as well as
for toning up and helping the entire system. When you take your tonic this Spring do iot
experiment, but get the best the tonic with forty years of success behind it, and the one
endorsed by the best people all over the country S. S. S., THE GREATEST OF ALL
TONICS. It is necessary at this time, when the system is depleted and weakened at every
point, that the right remedy be used one that is especially adapted to the condition, and
S. S. S. has proved itself to be this remedy for many years. If it is taken at the first sign
of Spring the system will be so built up and strengthened that the disagreeable affections of
the season will not be felt as warmer weather comes on.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA. GA.
llrr One ThdOKht,
"M m m !" mused the doctor, with a
serious face, "the glands of your
throat are coated "
"The idea !" gurgled Miss Woodjy.
Stylishly coated, I hope." Philadel
How's This? i
We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by j
xl all i alarm e ure.
1 CUK VEY 4 CO., Propa., Toledo, a
undersigned, hare Known F. J.
Cheney lor the last 16 years, and believe him , Prepares for Dramatic and Operatic
iwrteclly honorable in all business transa Stni unit ulnrv.s (i rmlnntca in iv
(ions and financially able to carry out any ob-- ae, napi8xes e.rauuaita in MX
ligations made by their nrm. , months- rorty (rra luates now with
N kmt fc Tkuax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. traveling companies). Sfcnd for C'ata
Wai.di.nu, kiKMAN 6i Mahvi.n, holesale Drug- 1,,,mi..
gists, lolcuo, O. I
nan a e aiarrn ure is ibicq lmeruauy, ai'b
Ihk directly upon t
i the blood ami mucous sur-
Imci of the system. 1'rice Tjc. ier bottle.
bold by all Druggists. Testimonial tree.
.LlaU s Family rills are the best.
Jaatly A pprrnrnal ve.
The visitor from beyond the suburbs
had paid a enhman .V) cents for driving
him four blocks, and the artist in the
basement, to whom he had submitted his
straw hat for cleaning, occupied ten min
utes in the process and charged him 75
"Doe It get any worse, young feller,"
he suited, "the furder I go downtown?"
TITO B'- Vitus' Dance and all Nervous Diabases
l I u Prmuiieutly cured by Dr. Kline's tireat
Nerv Iti'Sinrcr. Kenrt fur FHKK S3 trial hnttlw and
treatise. Dr. It. lI.KUu . lxl..U.ll ArcliHl., l'blla.,l'a.
Ilia Presence of Mind.
"O, Harold!" exclaimed the lovely girl
at the summer resort. "Isn't the view
lovely from here? Let's sit down in the
shade of this noble old beech snd enjoy
"I thiult, Nellie," said Harold, "you
will flud the shade better on the other
side of the tree."
Then, while she was seating herself on
the spot Indicated, he lingered behind just
long enough to take out his knife and
erase his own Initials and those of hi
last summer's girl from tbs bark of the
noble old beech.
HOWAHD R. BTJRTON. Assayer and Chemist,
lailvllle, Colorado. Hpeotmun prlres; lioUl,
Silver, l.-aU, St ; Uold, Silver, 75-; Uofil, 6ot", Zluoor
t'omxT, $1. CyanUlo tcsla. Mailing envelopes and
full rlr list sent ou application. Control and Vm
ulre work solid led. lteiuruuoei L'arbouaie Mar
HEAVES CURED J Arnedyfjrlnn(r.
thruftt and wind
tronblut. Cure Htares.
Couehs. Distemper and
ana Use and reeouiiuead
riruuirltit will fret them.
1'rice Mk' at dealer, floo ly
mail. Bond fur tree bout.
PRUSSIAN REMEDY CO., 8T. PUL, MINN
CHAS. H. LILLY CO., Settle taJ FortUnd. Waokuic Ajt-
THE 1AI8Y KIlI.Klt ilwtroys all the
com u ruoevery
home-lu dm i im
room and all
iiliicci w here
ill. h ure iioubit
n.'ui and will
not hOii or In
Try Ihi'iii once
and you will never he without them. Knot ken bv
di-a em, neut reiuld (or .uc. ItarolU bonier
liVaOfhalb avw., iiiouklyu. M. V.
The Ingredients that enter into S. S. S. and the method of com
bining and preparincr.them so that thev build tin and streucrtheu
GASOLENE ENGINES S to 4 hor
I'ower full- warranted, fl. All sizes au-l
it) lea at loweit iirirea. Write for catalog.
KEICRSON MACHINERY COMPANY
Egan Dramatic and
Season 1906 and 1907 Opens Sept. 15
. j r iCf.
&m irduiai.c una uptrauc ocoooi
Egan Hall, Arcade Building, Seatt'e.
FRANK f EGAN. Principal.
MAKE EVERY DAY
no matter how
bad the weather
afford to be
When you buy
looK For the
SIGN OF THE FISH
j towc co eostrM uii
't CAMACVAN CO kro TOC-.TOfAN
20 -Mule -Team
Tor washing blankets, woolens, lace cur
tains, ribbons, embroideries, silk gloves
and all delicate fabrics, as well as for clean
ing and shining Dishes, China, Paint, Mar
ble, Cooking Utensils and Silver, 20-Mule-Team
Borax is unsurpassed.
AU dealers. Full site package Borax A
Si. up; a: paije booklet und oueulr pli luii' 7x14 in.
iu color irce lor 10 renin una dealer 'h nuruu,
ru le I'UASI' JIOHAX t o., Uu.lund Cal.
Portland Trade Directory
Names and Addresses in Portland of Repre
sentative Business firms.
CKKAM BKPAItATUUS We Kuara ilea I he U. H.
h purulor lo b the beat. Write tor free t a la.
Uueiuod lo i lllli and Oak.
MKN'Bt l.OTHINU Itulttiiii A l'endleion, sole
SKeoia Alfred llenlnmlu A t'o.'s cori.il vlothea
J' verylhliiK in men's lurolnlunns. Wornsou and
blxlU slreels. Opioalte pomollite.
I'lANOS . tiltdANrt Many line lus'ruiiiPiitN re
vrl to us ai'couiil s i-kucfcx or removal of buyer
Write for dexcr Ulon of i mini nuv on bund,
terms, no. Write today. CilUeil Lo., t'oriland
all tonics. S. S. S. is nature's
it is restorinc the lost anoe-
I have used H. S. 8. qnite extensively and unhesitatingly
reoommend it as the best blood purifier and tonio marie.
I am a machinist by trado and at one time my system was
so run down that by 10 o'clock every day I would be com
pletely exhausted, and it was with the greatest eflbrt that
I could puil through the balance of the diiy. Klnce taking
B. S 8., however, all this has disappeared. I am a strong,
viKoroii3 man, abundantly able to do my day's work, my
appetite has been whetted np so that I can eat anything,
my sleep is sweet and refreshing, and I know farther that
it has purified my blood and put it in good condition. I
cannot speak too highly of your great retnody, 8. 8. 8.
617 W. Broad 8t., Columbus, O. A. E. MONTGOMERY
SHE FOUND IT THE BEST SPRING TONIC.
On two occasions I have used S. S. S3, is the spring with
fine results. I can heartily rncommond it as a tonio and
blood purifier. I was troubled with headache, indigestion,
and liver troubles, which all disappeared under the use of
8. 8. S. My appetite, which was poor, was greatly
helped. I can eat anything I want new without fear of in
digestion, and my blood has been thoroughly cleansed of
all impurities and made rich and strong again. As a tonio
and blood purifier it Is all you claim i jt it.
771 E. Main St., Springfield, O. MRS. G. WIEGEL.
s : s.
Dr. C. Gee Wo
Th's wotiilfrhil t Iit
i fsf Jocior is it d
ftrriU bei'ttimtf lie c trM
pt-ojtle without o per il
ium ib itt ure Kl e.i itt
lu ilt. He cures with
I hone wonderful (.'tu
rns herbs, lOoiB,
turk and veKe;.itles
iiih. are entirely un
known to medical c.-
enoe In thin coomry. Thi-ovii. ibe use of thoaj
bHrmtea remedies thN itmuitii uojtor kuow
inenc-tiou itr over sou d. Herein remedies which
he aiiccef8Hilly uses lu different d mease. He
cuurttiireeslocLirecu.arrti. ustlnna, lung, throat,
rliPiuiiat.siii, iiervnuaneaH. stomach, liver; tt d
Oevft, etc. : ha .iinidredt of testimonial!.
I hi ws moderate, fall ftMd see him. Fallen 14
out of the city write lor blnnkr and circular,
bt oa Btttiup. CO-NSLi. l A l iuN i'iiKU.
Address THE C. GEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO
162', first St.. S. C. Cor. Morrison
Weutiou rper- PORTLAND, OREGON.
W. L. DOUGLAS
BEST IN THE WORLD
W.LUouglas $4 Gilt Edge lo
To aAo l"ater$:
W. M iKniKlaa Job.
Mutt House it me inoftt
couivl'-le in Una country
SHOES FOB KVEKYBODY AT ALL FBICES.
Man's Bhoea. 6 to SI. 50. Boys' Shoes. $3
toSl.eo. Womuu'a Sliooe, MOO to SI. AO,
Miod.s' Children's Shoes, Si.lio to il.OO.
Try V. L, loii(lue Wouii n'ii, Miivs unit
CUllilrtin's shot's; for alyle, lit untl weur
they civel cither mukes. '
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factories at Brockton, Mass. .and show
you how carefully W.L. Douglas shoes
are made, you would then understand
why they hold their shape, fit better,
wear longer, and are of greater value
than any other make.
Wherever you live, you can obtain W. L.
Douvlas shoes. His name and price la stamped
on the bottom, which protects you against high
prices and interior shoes. Tak no tubttlm
tut: Auk your dealer lor W. L. Douglas shoes
and insist upon havlnif them.
fast Color t ef J usm!; tiv will not wear brasty.
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W. L. DOUULAS, Dept. J, Hrockton, Muss.
P. N. U.
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