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THE EUGENE WEEKLY GUAR D, THURSDAY, SEP. 29, 1910
Tlie company troopisTouTto the din
ing room, where the table, spri-nd with
all tho good things, a waited them
To Orde's relief no one threw any
broud, although the whole hearted fun
grew bolsleroiia enough before the
close of the men).
Ill spite of her half scornful refer
Slices to "bread throwing" Mias Bishop
Joined with »vidcut plsusitre Iti the
Ivs*. a, lb«
Aftur the meal was finished Orde.
with determination, made hl* way to
Miss Bishop's side. Mb* turned to
the piano, struck a few chords, and
I >07. IMM. br
then, her lung hands wandering idly
softly up and down the key*, she
smiled at them uvor her shoulder.
Song followed song, at first quickly,
then at longer Intervals. The girl still
gathered. Jane herself. tafl. tfelioersre sat at the piano, her head thrown
(Cbsptsr Eight Continued)
back Idly, her bamla wandering softly
tn movement and In speech, kindly lu and out of melodies and modula-
“It would." an Id Ord«*
with Ernest Colburu. who waa just
"Why Isn’t It dona, I bon?"
"Who would do It?" countered Orde. out of college and who worked lu a
"If Daly dial It. for Instance, then all bank Orde, atandlng In ths doorway,
the real of the drivera would get the looked upon quite tho usual thing,
only he missed the Incubus. Hearcb-
advantage of it for nothing"
Ing the room with bls eyes, he at
"Get them to pay their ahnre ”
Ordo grinned "rd ng,, to earn you length discovered that incoherent, dee
get any three men to agree to any treated, but ¡terslsteiit youth vts-a vis
with a at ranger Orde mads out the
thing on thio river "
"How many tlrma drive logs on thia white of her gown In the ahadowe, the
willowy outline of her email and ehm-
"Ten." replied Onia without Invita der figure and the gracious forward
bend of her bead.
"So you're back at last, are you.
"How many do they employ ?"
Jack?" drawled Jane in her Isay, good
"Atiout Soft men."
"Now, aupixme"—Newtnnrk leaned n a hired way "Come and meet Miss
Bls bop Carroll. 1 want to proaent Mr
forward ” bup | mmm > a firm should I* Orde."
organised to drive all the log« on the
Orde bow«*! ceremoniously. The girl
river Suppose It Improved the river
gracefully her small head
with plera and dam*, so that the driv
with the gloaay hair. The Incubus,
ing would t»e easier Couldn't It drive
hta sallow face twisted tn a wry
with lea* thau feat men and aave mon-
smile, held to the edge of his chair
with characteristic pertinacity.
The mocking hart yon* from her egea
"It might " agreed Ortie
"Well, Walter," Orde addressed him
"If *ueh a firm ahould lie organized genially, "are you having a good
saw only the shim
to drlte the log* for these ten firm* at timer
mer of her whlto figure and the white
ao much a thousand, do you au|>|a>se It
out lino of her head and throat At
would get the business?"
Ills chair was planted squarely to
"It would dejiend on the driving eiclude all others. Orde surveyed the last her hands fell in her lap. She sat
looking straight ahead of her.
firm." said Orde "You see. mill men situation with good humor.
Orde cable to her.
have got to have their logs They
"Going to keep the other fellow from
"That was a wonderfully beautiful
ran't afford to take chances It would getting a chance, I see."
thing," said ho. “What was it?"
Hot pay "
She turn«*! to him, nnd he saw that
“Th, u that's all right." agreed New
Onle bent over nnd. with great ease,
mark, with a g leu tn of aatlafactlon lifted Incubus, chair and alt. nnd act the mocking had gone from her eyes
across hl* thin face
"Would you him facing Mlgnonne Ktnltli and the and mouth, leaving them quite simple,
like a child's.
form a (mrtuvr«blp with me having croquet ball
He hesitated and stammered awk
such an object In view?"
"Here. Mlgnonne." said tie, "I've wnrdly. “It was so still and soothing
brought you another neslatant"
it rnado me think of the river some
I guess you don't realize the altui
He returned to the Inmp to find the times about dusk. What was It?"
tlon." *ald he "We'd have to have a girl, her dark eyes alight with amuse
“It wasn't anything. I was impro
few little things Ilk* distributing meat. watching him Intently.
l-oom* and tugs and a lot of tool* and
"Walter la n very bright mnn In hl«
"You made It up yourself?”
supplies and works of various kinds"
own line." said Onle. swinging for-
“It was myself, I suppose. I love
"Well, we'd get them ’’
wnrd n chair, "but be mustn't be nl to build myself a garden and wandel
"How much are you worth?" Orde lowed any monopolies."
on until 1 lose myself In It. I'm glad
"Ilow do you know 1 want him sc there was a river In the garden—a nice,
"Twenty thousand dollars.
Ilow summarily removed?" the girl asked still, twilight river."
much capital would we have to have?" him.
At this moment the outside door
"We*l." argued Orde. "I got him to opened to admit Mr. and Mrs. Hub
Ord* thought for several minutes
aay all be ever says to any girl, 'Yes. bard, who had. according to their usual
“We would need somewhere near indeed!' so you couldn't have any more Bunday custom, been spending the
D'ft.UUi." be estimated nt last.
conversation from him.
Besides, 1 evening with a neighbor. Tbs com
"That's easy." cried Newmark want to talk to you tuyaelf."
pany began to break up.
"We'll make a stock company—any
“Lio you always get what you waul?”
Orde pushed bl* broad shoulders In
100.000 share« We'll keep Just enough inquired the girl
to screen Carroll Blsbop from the oth
lelwn-n us to control the company
aay 61.000 I'll put In my pile, and you
“Any on» can get anything be wants
"Are you atnylng here?" he asked.
can pay for yours out of the earnings If only he wants It bad enough." be
“I'm visiting Jane.”
of the company."
"Are you going to be here long?"
"Thai doesn't sound fair ”
"Dome people." she anieudvd. "How was Orde's next question.
"You pay Interest.” explained New ever. I forgive you. I will e’en fiat
"About a month."
mark. "Then we'll sell the rest of the ter you by saying 1 nm glad you came.
"1 am com ng to see yon." announced
stock to raise the rest of ttie money "
You look to bate rracbed the ago of Orde. “Cited night."
"I must hare something to live on" tlacrctlon. I venture to say Hint these
He tool; her band, dropped It and
aald Orde thoughtfully at Inst
toys' Idea of a lively evening is to followed tin- others Into the hall, lenv-
"Bo must I " sahl Newmark. “We'll throw brend nbotit the table."
Ing tier standing by tbe Inmp. She
have to pity ourse I res salaries of
orvle Dualled n little. The last time watch**! him until tho outer door had
course, but the nmnlh-r tlte l**tler nt ho had supped at Jane Hublsvrd'e that dost*! Iwldnd l-lm. Jane Hubbard, re
first You'll httve to lake charge of the was exactly what they did do.
turning after a moment from tbe ball,
men nnd tlte work nnd nil the rest of
"They an- young, of course." he said, found her at the piano again, her head
It. 1 dou’t know anything nitool that "ami you nnd I are very old and wise." slightly one side, playing with painful
I’ll attend to the Incorp -rating nnd the I "Now, tell me. what do you do?"-
ami accurate exa< tness a simple one
routln ami I'll try to place the ato- k
"What do 1 do?" asked Orde. put finger melody.
You'll 'lave Io see first of all whether ■led.
Beaching his home, Orde walked
you cun get contracts from the logging i "Yea. Everybody does something confidently to the narrow stairs and
firms i drive the logs"
nsi-ended them. Subconsciously he
out west here."
"||ow ,-aii I tell ivhat to charge
avoided the creaking step, but outside
"I'm a river driver Just now."
"A river driver?" site repeated. Ills mother's door be stop|M*l. arrested
have to figure that very close "Why, I’ve just been hearing a,great by a greeting from within.
ly. V -I know where these different deal about you from Mrs. Baggs.”
"That you. Jack?" queried Grandma
drive would start from nnd how long
“Oh!" said Orde. "Then you know Onle.
each f them would take?”
what a drunken, swearing, worthless
For answer Ords entered, no made
out the great square bed and divined
lot of toughs we are, don’t you?"
- "Welt, then we’ll figure how many
"Then- la Hell's Half Mlle." she re the tiny figure of his mother.
Ways' driving there la for each, and minded him.
"Mother," said he abruptly, 'Tve
bow miny men there are, and wliat It
"Oh. yes." anld Orde bitterly, "there's met the girl 1 want for my wife."
costs h-r wage«, grub. tool«. We'll Just Hell's Half MB»! Whose fault In that?
Grandma Orde sat up In bed.
bare to figure as near aa we can to the My rlverinen'a— my boys? Ixxvk here!
"Who la she?" she demanded.
actual coat and tboo add n margin for I aup|*osc you couldn't understand It If
“Her namo Is Carroll Bishop." said
profit and for Interest on our Invest you tried n month. But suppose you Orde, “and she's visiting Jane Hub
were working out In the woods nine bard."
Amanda now anaoonced dinner.
"Yea, but who Is she?" Insisted
months of the year. Suppose you slept
Newmark hsdicd putaled and aa he In rough blanket« on the ground or In Grandma Orde. "Where is she from?"
arose glanced surreptitiously nt hl* bunks, ate rough food, never saw a
Orde stare«! at her in tbe dim light.
watch ttrde acemed to take tlte asm woman or a book, undertook work to
“Why, mother, blest If I know that!”
mon* aa one to I* expected. however scare your city men up a tree, risked
In fact, the atrnnge hour wna the your life a dozen times a week In a
naunl Sunday custom In the Redding tangle of logs, with the big river roar
of that day and bad to do with the Ing liehlnd Just waiting to «wallow
Jnte church freedom of Atnnmln nnd you; saw nothing but woods and river,
were cold nnd hungry nnd wet nnd so
"Come In nnd ent with us." Invited tired you couldn't wiggle. And then
wpIKHic you hit town, where there
Hut Newmark declined.
were all tho things you hadn't hail.
"Come up tomorrow night, then, nt I and the first thing you struck was
half pnst H foe supper.** Orde UMged Hell's Half Mlle. ftay. you've seen wa
him "We can figure on these thing* ter behind a Jam. haven't you? Wnter
power's n go«sl thing In n mill course,
where It han wheels to turn, but be
11E next evening ou reaching
hind a Jam it Just ripa things. Oh.
home Orde found that New
i what's the use tnlktng? A girl doesn't
mark had preceded him by some
I know what It means. She couldn't Un
After supper Orde led the wny up
'T think I begin to understand a III
tie," said «he softly. "But they are a two flights of narrow stairs to bls
heartless class In spite of all their room.
"Well," said he, "I've made up my
courage, aren't they?"
"Heartless!" exploded Ordo. "There's mind today to go In with you. It may
no kinder lot of men on earth. Titer« not work out, but It's a good chance.
Isn't a ntnn on that river who doesn't I don't know who you are nor how
chip In five or ten dollars when n mas much of a business man you are, but
IT! risk It."
| f'IlN'. !' ' • >
-lane litibbarii Is hurt or killed, nnd thnt means thre«
"I'm putting in $20.000,” pointed out
I liti* i-v- .liig." orde reinnrked to
I hi* m- tlti-r ita la- «rose froiu thè
"And I'm putting In my everlasting
man at nil. Why”—
"What's nil the excitement?" drnwl reputation," said Orde. "If we tell
Everv >-■ - tv Jniie Ilubbnrd otTered od Juno Hubbard Iteiilnd them. "Can t these fellows that we'll get out their
to all v
-.i.H- a "Hiiiidiiy night you make It a to be continued In our logs for them and then don't do it 1'11
lunch." ii. o -he refreslimenls were next? We're most starved."
be dead around here.”
serviti !>; lite guest« themnvlves
Newmark pursued the subject. "I've
yjes. Indeed;" chimed the Incubus.
Orde foimd ilsjut thè u,*u li crosti
no objection to telllug you a host my
self. New York born and bred; expe ! spend the* rest of the morning with
rli-nrw with Cooper A Dunne, brokers, - Helnzman. a very rotund, cautious per
FADS AMD FASHIONS Î
sight years. Money from a legacy. I son of German extraction and accent. :
Parents dead. No relatives to «¡teak Helnzman occupied the time In asking ♦__________ ____________ e
I questions of all sort* about the new
Orde nodded gravely.
; enterprise. At 12 he bad not In any » (fkjtlnued from Page Eight )
“Now,” »aid Newmark, "have you way committed himself nor expressed
I There is certainly rfo superfluity ofi
bad time to do any figuring?"
' goods used anywhere In the new cos
"Well." replied Orde, "I have a rough
“I vlll see Proctor." «old he.
tumes. Mousellalne Is put on in bil
idea." He produced a bund!» of scrib
Orde. rather exhausted, returned to lowy effects, but when one examines1
bled papers from bls coat pocket. “I find Newmark. Tbe two had lunch I the whole one finds that It 1» only;
take Paly us a sample, because I've together, after which Hide sni-<-ee<led ¡to hide skimpiness, which often is|
been with bls outfit. It costa him to In getting two more promises of con so Skimpy that one begins to think'
run and deliver Ills logs 100 mile« about tracts and two more deferred inter .that clothes will never again become
normal or comfortable. There is so|
|2 a thousand feet, lla’e tbe only big views
manufacturer up here. I suppose It
Tbe following morning also he was little gc*ods put Into everything that Need Lydia E. Pinkham’s
coots ths other nine firms from two to much encouraged by tbe recepij-*«, <•» 'naturally the
mi Vegetable Compound
that gowns would
two and a holf a thousand."
Brookfield, Mo.—"Two years ago 1
Newmark Jotted down figures.
“That's four contracts already." «.aid any direction it ia the other way. waa unable to do .»ny Mod of work and
“Do these men all conduct separate be. "and three more practically a sure Skirts are tight; they are
short; only weighed 118 xiunds. M y trouble
drives?" be Inquired.
Proctor nnd Helnzman are i jackets are short, none too full as to
dates back to tbe
“All but Proctor and old Helnzman. slower thau molasse* shout everything 'cut, and corsages have little or no
time that women
mar expect nature
They pool In together."
and mean a* pusley, and Johnson * up ‘waist to complain of. Handsome doee
to bring on them
•’Now," went on Newmark, “if we in tbe air. tbe way he always Is. for I not express te beet clothes of he new •
the Change of Life.
!season, but they are extremely smart.
were to drive the whole river, bow fear some one's going to do him "
I got a bottle of
could we Improve on that?"
But Helnzman offered a new prob ' They are cramped and straight up,
I.ydla E. Pinkham's
but they are attractive at some par
I "In the first place we wouldn't need lem for Orde’s consideration.
point or other, and this, com
so many men. 1 could run tbe river
"I haf talked with Proctor." said be, ticular
pound and it made
on 300 easy enough. That saves wages “and ve like your scheme. If you can makes them quaint and Interesting.;
me feel much better,
and I have contin
and grub on 200 right there. And. of dellfTer our logs here for »2.25. why,
Autumn hats are bewildering inj
ued its use. I am
course, a few improvements on tbe that Is better ns ve can do It. but how their beauty and many of them seem;
very grateful to you
river would save time, which in our do ve know you vlll do It?”
to make up In size for what gowns;
for the good health
case would mean money. We would
"I'll guarantee to get them here all lack In volume. The very large hats! ’ am now enjoyi_„
ng.” — ___________
Mrs. S araii
not need so many separate cook outfits right." laugh«! Orde.
are trimmed with flowers bewilder-. L ovsionoxt . 414 8. Livingston Street,
‘r Brookfield, Mo.
and all that. Then, too. If we agreed
"But wbat Is your gunrantr-e good Ing in their number and 1 variety.
to sort nnd deliver we’d have to build for?" persisted Helnzman h'nndly. X
P‘^tbo«hu“y *arerby no’mesM cÄriiÄ
wo^ n!s erisfonce^nd
sorting booms down at Monrovia ”
"Suppose tbe logs are not delffTereu—
"Suppose we bad all that. What, what then? How responsible are you
for example, do you reckon you could financially?”
"Seventy-five thousand dollars."
bring Daly’s loga down for*’
Women everywhere should remem
"If you vlll give a bond for tbe per I
ber that there is no other remedy
Orde fell Into deep thought.
known to medicine that will so suc-
“I suppose somewhere about a dol formance of your contract.” pursued
cessfully carry women through this
lar,” he announced at last. He looked Helnzman. "that vould be satisfac
GOOD WORK FOR EUGENE trying period as Lydia E. Pinkham’s
up a trifle startled. "Why." be cried, tory.”
Vegetable Compound, made from nur
Orde's mind was struck chaotic by
"that looks like big money! A hun
The following, taken from the El tive roots and herbs.
dred per cent!"
Reno, (Okla.,) Daily Democrat, In- ___
For 30 ,
it has been curing
“Bow much of a bond?” he asked.
dicates that L. B. Clift is actively at men from the worst forms of female
"Twenty-fife thousand vould satisfy work for Eugene and Lane county'Ills—inflammation, ulceration, dis
“Hold on." said be. “I don't know
anything about this business, but I us,” said Helnzman.
at his old home. The Democrat says: Placements, flbroid tumors, irregulari-
Orde bunted up Newmark.
“The window of Gutelius & Son,¡ties, periodic pains, backache, and
can see a few things. In tbe first
"Ueinzman has sense," said New the furniture dealers, presents a gor-’ nervous prostration.
place, close figuring will probably add
a few cent« to that dollaf. And then mark dryly after bearing Orde's story. geous appearance today, especially If you would like special advice
all our Improvements will be valueless "I was wondering if ordinary business by a grand fruit display that L B. ibout your ca«e write a coniiden-
Cllft is exhibiting and which was tial letter to Mrs. Pinkham, at
after we've got through using them. caution was unknown out here."
"Nobody would go on my bond for raised on hts farm eleven miles from' Lynn,. Mas«.. Her advice is free,
You said yesterday they’d probably
Eugene, Oregon, The diaplay oon- ind always helpful
stnnd us tn 175.000. Even nt a dollar that amount.”
slats of mammoth apples, peaches,! ... _____ - """
"Mine either." said Newmark. "We’ll quinces, potatoes, prunes, figs and a WANTED—To sell you guaranteed
profit we'd have to drive 75.000,000 be
pure ribbon cane syrup, 40 cts
fore we got a cent back
And. of ! Just have to let them go and drive chestnuts, all but the two latter be
gallon. 100 lbs fancy whole grain
course, we've got to agree to drlre for I ahead without them. 1 only hope they ing the products of Mr. Clift’s place,
rice, 13.50; 100 lbs white granu
a little less than they could them | won't spread tbe idea. Better get while the figs and sweet chestnuts
lated sugar. |4.50 ¡other grocer
| those other contracts signed up as soon were raised in the immediate neigh
ies. All shipped direct to con
“That's so,” agreed Orde, crestfallen
sumer, freight paid. Satisfaction
Onle started out early tbe next morn
"However," said Newmark briskly
guaranteed. Proposition for ag
as he arose, "there's good money in it. ing. carrying with him duplicate con pound each and forty-five of which, ents. Act quick. Write for full in
Address John M.
a* you say. Now. how soon can you tracts.
make a bushel. They are large and>
About 1! o’clock a clerk of the Wel healthy. Then there are fine sped-; Smith. Teague, Texas.
ton Lumber company entered Mr. Wel mens of the Spitzenburg and Jona-!'
“By the middle of tbe week.”
“That's good. Then we'll go into ton's private office to deliver to Orde a than apples. The potatoes, which
have not yet atained their full size,
this matter of expense thoroughly and note.
"This Just came by special messen will average two hundred bushels per
efltablisb our schedule of rates to sub
acre, and the corn samples show that With tho»« yem h*»« * apo in the h*hit of pnving.
ger." he explained.
mit to tbe different firms ”
?oi will *»*«• thnt w* c*ff*r ?r»n • ou hots nt lai oa*
It was from Helnzman and request- extra good corn can be raised there. •nd
Ing on all work ao<l firn cannot net better paioiaen
' ed an Immediate Interview. Orde de The chestnuts are fr*m trees thirty work lijwLere. no tuBtter bow much you pay
We finish plate and
layed only long enough to get Mr. Wel years of age and will average thirty
bri<lge work for out-
bushels to the tree. Mr. Clift says
of - town jxtrona in
ton's signature, then hastened away.
one dajr if deoired.
that there has been no rain there
Helnzman be found awaiting him.
since June 28. and the crops were
fro« whan piateo or
bridge work io order-
“I suppose you would not be pre produced wholly by sub-irrigation.
The land that is improved and fruit
pared to gif a bond.”
talar Cram $5.00
“I hardly think so.”
"Veil, suppose ve fix him this way." per acre. The unimproved land sells
Enamel Filling» 1.00
went on Helnzman. clasping bls bands
Clift’s place Is Just eleven miles from
over bls rotund stomach and beaming Eugene, a beautiful city of 17,000
through bls spectacles: "Proctor and 1 people, and has the state university
HE new partners, a« soon as
Beat Red Rubber
baf talked it ofer. and ve are agreet
Orde had released himself from that tbe probosltlon Is a good one; located there. Clift is very enthusi
Painlesa Extr’tio« . 50
Daly, gave all their time to also ve think It Is veil to help the astic over his holdings in that coun-
■ 18T MKTMOO«
working out a schedule of tolls. young fellers along.” He laughed si
All work fully gruaranteed for fifteen years.
Orde drew ou his lutimate knowl«*lge lently in sueb a manner as to shake
of the river and the locations of the himself all over. “Ve do not vlsh to
railways to estimate closely tbe time be too severe, and yet ve must get our
FaShw B o MI rz . ThlrS «rd Wathlhpon POaTLAM). OWE.
it would take to drive them.
I A M. Utr.M. ludar». • u 1
log* on time. So if you gif us a bond
At last Newmark express«! himself secured with stock In the new com
pany that would be satisfactory to us."
"Now, Orde." said he. "here !* where
Orde'« face cleared.
you come In. It's now your Job to go
•'Do you mean that, Mr. Helnzman?"
out and Inter
view these men
“Now. I call that a mighty good way
and get their
out!" cried Orde.
for Bamples of our “Diamond
con tracts for
"Make your contract out according
to these terms, then." Bald Helnzman.
handing him a paper, “and bring it in
and Field Seeds,
Orde glanced over the slip. It re
Joe," Orde ob-'
Alfalfa and Grains for
cited two and a quarter as the agreed
Jeered, "you can
price; specified the date of delivery at
talk business to
Helnzman and Proctor’s booms; named
them better than
$25.000 as the amount of the bond, to
be secured by $50.000 worth of stock
"Not a bit"
We have Special Mixtures foi
in the uew company. This looked sat Drives away Flies, Mosquitoes and Gnats.
It protects horses and cattle from attacks Special Purpose®—
“By the vay”—the little German of insects, enabling theK to feed and
Dry Land Paature Mixture, Wet
don’t know me
beamed up at him. swinging his fat •leep in peace. It prevents loss of weight
Land Pasture Mixture, Special
from Adam, nnd
Mixture for Burned-over Land,
legs as the office chair tipped back-* and strength from worry caused by
"H'Ct* pot to carri,
of insects, and from the irritation
they do know thia
Cover Crop* for Orchard*.
“you vill b«» selling some of the stock attacks
of their bites and stings. There is a
you. We've got
to raise money. Is It not so?”
Tell ns the nature of yonr soil and your
satisfaction in the relief it affords
to carry this thing through at first on
“Yes," agreed Orde.
domestic animals from the scourge of local oondiuous. Over 20 years’ experi
ence right here
“How much vill you capitalize for?” maddening parasites and flies, besides the
"All right,” agro«! Orde. “Hl start
in the Pacifio
“A hundred thousand.” replied Orde. profit in returns. Horses do more work
in on Daly."
“Veil," said Helnzman, "ven you put on less feed and cows yield more and
ifies us to advise
The following morning Daly listened it on the market aome and see tn«.”
better milk when relieved from the frenzy
That evening, well after 8, Orde re Incited by constantly fighting a swarm of
AUlftr Citalo* No. 60
voracious, insatiable insects.
"Well, Jack,” said he, "I believe you turned to Newmark to take dinner.
•Four sizes, »5c, 50c, 75c and $1.25.
can do It. I'd be only too glad to get
“Well, I've got ’em all,” «old Orde Ask your merchant for it.
rid of the nuisance of It, let alone get as «oon as the waitress had gone with
H oyt C hemical Co. Fortland. Oregoa
It done cheaper. If you'll draw up the order. "But the best stroke of
yotir contract and bring It in here. I’ll business you'd never guess. 1 roped
sign It. I suppose you'll break out the In Helnzman."
Continued Next Week._______
"No,” said Orde. "We hadn’t thought
of doing more than the driving and
distributing. You'll have to deliver
tho loga in the river. Maybe another
year, after we get better organized,
we’ll be able to break rollway«."
If for any cause the horse or othei
“That was smooth enough Bailing," domestic anitnal exhibits a lack of energy
exnlt«l Orde to Newmark.
proper relish for food, or an appears«;
"Yes," pondered Newmark. "What of general debility, timely action shoalc
was that nlwut rollways? What does be takeo for the restoration of its health
thnt menn exactly?”
In the natural food of our domestic
"Why.” explained Orde. with a slight animals Nature provides certain peculiat
stare of surprise, “when the logs are medicinal herbs, leaves, barks and rootr
cut and hauled during the winter they which seem necessary for their health
Micro kills the Dandruff para
are banked on the river banks and Pacific Stock Food in greatly condense»
site , soothe* the itching scalp,
even in the river channel Itself. Then, form is intended to supply the essentia
when the thaws come In tbe spring, virtues of those health-giving nature
gives lustre to the hair and
these plies are broken down and set remedies and ¡«prepared expressly f<
stimulates its growth.
ELY’S CREAM BALM
those animals deprived by man of theii
afloat In the river."
single application gives relief
Applied Into tho noetHlo
"1 see," said Newmark. “'Well, but natural food. It is an alterative tonii
Io quickly absorbed.
■nd proves its w orth. Do not
why shouldn't wo undertake that part which stimulates the various organs ol
CIVKS RSLISF AT ONCI.
be bald. Sava your hair be
It cleanses, soothes, heal* and protect* ths
the body, promotes the secretions, tones
fore too late.
Micro to a
diseased membrane resulting from Catarrh
"It would hold back our drive too up the general system and restores the
and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly.
delightful dressing for tho
disordered conditions to a normal state
much to stop and break rollways.”
Restores the Senses of Taxte and HmelL
hair, free from grease and
The next morning they took the It stimulates the appetite, improves the
It is easy to use. Contains no injurious
early train for Monrovia, where were digestion and assimilation of food, purifiei
drug*. No mercury, no eocaine, no mor
situated the offices of the nine other the blood and insures a good, healthy
phine. The household remedy.
Price, 60 cent* at Druggist« or by mail.
condition* Booklet free.
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