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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1905)
Ho ‘Had No M ore to Say.
O u t o f t h e O r d in a r y ,
Miffles— What do you think of Knox
Orowells— Our new neighbor must be
a happy woman.
LIN SEARCH O f LIVINGSTONE’ S 1REE ein as a pugilist?
Iiiffson — l don’t believe he’s the real
Mrs. Growells— Why do you think so ?
Growells— She goes about the house
Miffles— Why not?
singing all day long.
Biffson— Because he says hff isn’t go
Mrs. Growells— Oh, that’s easily ex
Mr. Weatherby, the explorer, has
ing to try to elevate the stage.
plained. She’s a widow.
just returned from Africa, where he
P a le i Thin,
Then your blood must be in
a very bad condition. You
certainly know what to take,
then take it — Ayer’s Sarsa
parilla. If you doubt, then
consult your doctor. Weknow
what he will say about this
grand old family medicine.
Sold for over 60 years.
T ill« U the first question your doctor would
ask. “ Are your bowels regular?” He knows
that daily action of the bowels is absolutely
essential to recovery. Keep your liver active
and your bowels regular by taking laxative
doses o f Ayer’s bills.
iso manufacturers o f
Husband— I wonder why men’s pock
ets are so easy to get at, while women's
are so difficult?
Wife— Oh, that’s easily explained. A
man has no business with a woman’s
pocket, but a woman has with a man’s.
That’s the answer.
PO RTLAN D
S T . H E L E N ’S H A L L
A G IR L *» SCHOOL OF TH E H IGHEST
CLASS corps of teachers, location, build
ing equ ipm ent—the best. Send for cat
T e r m u p e r i M S e p t e m b e r 1 « , 1 90 -4
Used and Sold E veryw here.
has been for eleven years, the only
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that
white man among hosts of blacks. In
that long period he has had many as m ercury w i l l su rely destroy the sense of
TESTED AND TR U E —GU ARANTEE D
NO W ! is the time to USE IT.
thrilling adventures, says the Loudon sm ell
- • te
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“ d derange
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’ — — w 1 h
' “ ole
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m p le
Daily News. He has succeeded in surfaces. Such a rticles s o u ld n ever bo used
T w o E x c e p tio n s .
making corrections on the map of the except on prescription s iro.n repu ta ble ph y
“ They say thut ail the world loves
sicians, as the da m a g ■ they w ill do is ten fo ld
interior of the Dark Continent and in to tue good you can possioiy d e riv e from them. a lover,” said the rejected suitor as he
discovering the spot where the heart H a ll’s Catarrh Cure, m anu factured by F. J. ate his dinner from the mantelpiece.
Cheney it i o., Toledo, 0.,co n ta in 8 n o m ercu ry,
of the great Livingstone was buried, and is taken in te rn a .ly , a ctin g d irectly upon *’ DUt there are generally two excep
the locality of which had been lost. the blood and muoous surfaces o f the system. tions to the rule, the girl you want
In buy! rife H a ll's Catarrh Cure be sure you get
He has been instrumental in raising a the genuine. I t is.taken in te rn a lly , and made to be your w ife and the man.you want
permanent memorial to the famous in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney «fc Co. Testi to be your father-in-law.” — Princeton
m onials free.
missionary, in place of the decayed
Sold by Druggists, price 75c. per bottle.
H u ll’s Fam ily Fills are the best.
tree which marked the site, and he
You Can Get Allen’ s Foot-Ease FREE.
has brought back to the British Mu
W rite Allen 8. Olmsted, Le B o y .N . Y ., fo r a
A t S h o rt R a n g e .
free sam ple o f A lle n ’s Foot-Ease. I t cure*
seum that part of the tree which bore
sw eating, hot sw o llen , aching feet. It m ake«
the original inscription, cut by the na
new or tig h t shoes easy.
A certain cure for
tives, who loved and mourned their writer boarder with the $1.98 pompa corns; itrgro w in gn a ils and bunions. A ll d ru g
gists sell it. 25c. Don’ t accept any substitute.
My object, says Mr. Weatherby, was riage.”
“ Well, I don’ t suppose it’s any worse
to circumnavigate Bangweolo lake and
lie kissed her hand and then her lips;
to find the spot where Livingstone’s
She bade him go away.
Said he: “ I live from hand to mouth.
heart was buried. Olave, the Amer rejoined the landlady.
And her husband continued to give
So don’t be angry, pray.”
ican who died while attempting to find
a correct imitation of a man trying ‘‘Oh, well,” she sa , “ if that’s the case.
the tree, was the last man who had
to read a newspaper.
I ’ll let you live to-day.”
any accurate Idea where it was. I
accomplished both tasks. Old Mshaota,
the chief who helped me find the L iv
ingstone tree, told me a strange story.
He remembered Livingstone, who, he
averred, was shot.
said, knew that It was so.
One of my greatest friends was
Mewenge, a chief, but it was some
time before we understood ^»ach other.
He bad never seen white men, but
“ I a d v iie
had heard of them, and when l sent
A t h le t e s
word I was coming, he grew much
w h o are
alarmed. When I went to his tent he
rushed out, and, seizing me by the
a b o u t to g o
arm, slashed his ax over my head into
in train in g:
a tree behind me. Tue next minute
to tr y a
he pulled up my shirt sleeve to see if
my arm was white. That gave me
b o ttle o f
time to tell him he might kill me if
P e - r u - n a .”
he wanted to, but that it would be
more interesting not to.
G le n is te r.
I also bad a “scary” greeting from <
Kasoma, a much-dreaded chief. I set1
lout by boat to visit him. with nine j
I'men. When w e'neared the village,!
land two thousand armed men rushed
I to the elge of the luke, I found we
had left our rifles behind us. With my
| heart in my mouth, I jumped ashore
j alone. As I stood before the chief 1
could see his heart throbbing in his
naked chest, and I knew he was in
as bad a way as I myself*
“ Good morning! How do you do?”
! I shouted.
The chief gave a signal, and I put
1 my hands in my pockets to meet the
j eQd calmly. The same moment the
chief and every man clapped their
| hands In unison, knelt down and bowed
A fter all, a little bluff is a great
uotin Ai leniste r, Guam pion
tinner ami >»niy iu h le’ e «.<» Success.ml/
| help in dealing with natives. 1 stood
Swim Tlir »ugh the Michigan Whirlpool Rapids.
j once surrounded by four hundred men
| who had rifles, each waiting either for
me to move or for his neighbor to be-
A T H L E T E S realise the importance of
PE -R U -N A
! gin the firing. I got one of the men
keeping in good bodily trim.
to bring n#e a shot-cartridge, and.
The digestion must be good, the cir-
| opening it, I sent the handful of shot
| collation |>erfect, sleep regular and
| to the chief, with the message that he
John W . Glenister, of Providence, R. enough of it.
would be more likely to hit me If he I., champion long distance swimmer of
If the slightest catarrhal condition
, used that instead of a bullet. The A m e rica , has performed notable feats of lungs or stomach is allowed to re
in this country and England, lie has main, neither digestion nor sleep w ill
joke set the whole lot laughing.
used Peruna as a tonic and gives his he strength-sustaining.
I t , C o m p l e t e C u n t r o '.
opinion of it in the following letter:
Those who lead very active lives, lite
“ And now," said the biislne* man,
athletes, with good muscular development,
i “ I ’ll be gone about a week and I want
find the spring months esperiaky tryii g.
The Peruna Medicine Company,
you to take entire charge of my bush
Athletes every where praise Pernna
i ness— to become myself In fact. Do
Gentlemen— “ This spring for the
because they, of fill men, appreciate
you understand ?”
first time I have taken two bottles of
the value of a tonic that dispels phys
“ Yea. air.” answered the Itead clerk.
Peruna, anil, as it has done me a
“ I f Bijjers cornea in and aaka me for
great deal of good, I feel as if I
your daughter's hand what am I to
The vocation of some men may allow
ought to say a good word for its
tell him. air?'— Detroit Tribune.
them to endure the depressing feelings if -
cident to spring weather, but the athle e
“ During the springtime for the last
must never allow himself to get ‘‘under t «
Hobby H ard at W o rk .
few years, I have taken several kinds of
Bobby— I have been working all day
spring tonics, and have never received
any benefit whatever.
like a dog. pop.
He must keep in the “ pink of condi
Father— Glad to hear you are get through the advice of a friend, I have
tion’ ’ all the time.
tried Peruna and it has given satisfac
ting industrious, Robert: but what
In order to do this he must avail
have yon been doing?
himself of a spring tonic upon which
“ I advise all athletes who are about
Bobby— I ’ve been digging out a
he can rely.
to go in training to try a bottle, for k
woodchuck, pop!— Fuck.
certainly gets the system in good
Therefore Athletes are esperiaky friend
ly toward Peruna.
¡ For every mean man who dies, an
Peruna never fake them.
other appears Just as mean.
As a Spring Tonic to Get the
System in Good Shape
Positive, Comparative, Superlative.
u I have used one o f your Fish Brand
81ickers for five years, and now want
a new one, also one for a (friend. I
would not be without one for tw ice the
cost. They are just as far ahead o f a
common coat as a common one ia
ahead o f nothing."
(Name on application.)
HIGHEST AWARD WORLD’S FAIR. 1904.
Be sure you don’t get one of the com
mon kind —this Is the
mark of eicell.n ce-
A. J. TOWER CO,,
B O S T O N . U . S .A .
TOW ER CANADIAN CO.,
TO RO NTO , C A N A D A .
L im it e d ,
J (alters o f Wet Weather Clothing A Hats.
Dr. C. Gee Wo
This wonderful Chi
nese doctor Is called
great because he cures v
people without opera- %
non that are given up
to die. He cures with
those wonderful Chi
nese herbs, roots, buds,
barks and vegetables
that are entirely un
known to medical acl-
•nee In this country. Through the use of those
harmless remedies this famous doctor knows
the action of over .500 different remedies which
he successfully uses III different .lisenees. He
guarant-es to cure catarrh, asthma, lung, throat,
rheumatism, nervousness, stomach, liver, kid
neys, etc.; has hundred" o f testimonials.
Charges moderate. Call and see him. Patients
out of the city write tor blanks and circulars.
Send stamp. CON SU LTATIO N FRhE.
The C. Gee Wo Chinese Medlciee Co.
2SIH-2S3 ALDER ST.. PORTLAND, O R E «*
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