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Then II* llu ggrd Her.
The Mule Graduate—I propose tc
girdle the earth.
The Female Graduate— Why do you
begiu on Biich a hig thing?
“ I have »uffurd with piles for thirty-
fix years. One year ago last April 1 be
gan taking Caaeurets for constipation. In
the course of a week I noticed the piles
began to disappear and at the end o f six
weeks they dul not trouble me at all
Cascareis have done wonders for me. I
am entirely cured and feel like a new
George Kryder, Napoleon, O.
E ilrum r t iiiu rr \ all vea.
It Is the habit of some people to
condemn everything they are mental!v
hit Wdve Strikes Down Hosts and
Incapable of understanding, and the
insist upon calling it “ conservatism’'
instead of Ignorance.
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W ith Ilia l aunl Thump,
Mr*. Jeoner Lee Omiego Did you feel
Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma in
ihat earth»|M.ike shook this morning?
Mrs. Srlldom Holme Very distinctly;
Stricken District—Corn Shriveled
but I thought it was my husband gettiuj
Up and Much Vegetation Killed—
out of bed.
Official R ecords Give Temperatui e
Ilia llulltlliiif Mite,
as High as 110.
“ That lot you sold me at Lonesome-
hurst la all covered with water,“ said
the city man to the agent.
Kansas City, Aug. 17.— Unusually
“ Sure!” said the fleshy man; “ we’rg
going to stock it for Ashing next sea intense heat, officially recorded by the
government weather bureau as high as
son!”— Yonkers Statesman.
110 degrees, caused at least ten deaths,
A Suit Lack.
numerous prostrations and much dam
Speeder—That auto of mine doesn’t age yesterday in Missouri, Kansas and
go fast enough.”
Oklahoma. Throughout the Southwest
Roaster— What’s the matter?
the day was the most trying since the
Speeder— Several victims have com devastating drouth o f 1901.
plained that they knew what struck withering winds swept across the pla:ns
them, which means something defer much vegetation fell.
tive. And I am not cruel.
In this city the heat continued and
prostrated a score, some o f whom are
Snft-liJ«“ for a Scorpion.
in a dangerous condition.
If a seorpUn finds himself licked by
depot was like an oven.
a centipede, which Is usually the case,
came seriously ill and medical attention
though both little things put up a
was needed before their mothers could
desperate fight, the scorpion commits
resume their journeyB. The distress of
suicide. It twists its tail portion and
a party of immigrants was great.
stings itself In the back of the neck
The likelihood of an ice famine added
and drops <Wad.
to the gravity o f the situation here.
Dealers reported that the factories
Not Tat, but Homctliue.
Man from the City— You intend to were running night and day, but that
the demand had exceeded the Bupply.
keep bees, I suppose.
Suburbanite— Some day, perhaps. At Most of the dealers refused to deliver
present we are devoting our entire ener more than 25 pounds to any residenca,
gies to keeping a cook.
and feared they would have to cut this
Only a Contributor.
A t Wellington, Kan., the official
"He’s a regular contributor to your
paper, isn’t he?” asked the caller. “O. temperature was 106. Corn was suf
yes,” replied the city editor; “ but w fering greatly in that district.
haven’ t used any of his stuff for day was the hottest Topeka has had for
years.” "Hut I thought you said he eight years, 102 degrees being official
was a regular contributor?” “So I did. ly recorded. Two prostrations resulted
He contributes just the same."—Yon there.
Pleasant, Palatable. Putent, T aste Good.
D o G ood. Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe.
Inc. 2Sc, SIX'. Never sold In bulk. Th e sen-
uin,- tablet stamped C C C . Guaranteed to
Curs or your m oney back.
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MEN W A N T E D
50 Tie-makers to manufacture
White Cedar Pole Ties, hewn 2-
face. Five years work for good
men. Plenty o f work for all.
A. F. ESTABROOK CO.
BANDON, COOS COUNTY. OREGON
/ ' " ' D ZT C V Z 7 X T T A ,'mr' phosphai
L i \ r . i > ( , r . / V / kak.nx powder thi
doeii all that th(
h¡*5h priced baking
powders will do and dfr <
it better. It raises th«
dough and makes light
er. sweeter and bette:
risen foods. Sold by gj 0
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cera 2 5 c per pound, ii
you will send us yom
n*me and address, wc
will send you a book on health and baking powder
CRESCENT MFG. CO. Seattle, Wn.
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BAK NO POWDER
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“You people ure at peace with all
the world,” remarked the foreigner.
"What do you need of a standing army
and a big navy?"
"Principally,” said the nattve, ”to
keep Capt. Hobson quiet.”—Chicago
ALBERTA WHEAT LAND
$'iS Per Aero
10 Year*’ Time
These lands of Canadian Pacific Railway
produce trom 35 to is) bushels of wheat, 75
to 100 bushels of oats, per acr *. All near
railways, towns and schoo's.
the beat wheat land propos.tlon for men
of moderate means.
No er. p failures.
Send t< d v for free illustrated literature.
Special rate» 1st and 15th of every month.
Of all the boy workers in London,
newsboys are the healthiest, barbers’ boyt
the most unhealthy—u tribute to thi
IDE-M’CARTHY LAND CO.
Genl. Land A gts. Canadian Pacific R. R.
4217-26 Lumbermen’s Huilding
POR TLA N D . OR.
«V statue of King Henry VI is being
placed outside of Salisbury cathedral,
England, as a memorial to the late Dean
M u re
M m au s.
‘‘ Bertha, where is ray hat? I laid It
down here a lit lie while ago.”
"Sure, missus, Fido’s takin’ a nap in
it. Don’t talk so loud, or ye’ll wake the
QUALITY OF I N S T R U C T I O N
“Old chap, what are you growing
those umbrageous side whiskers for?"
‘T il tell you if you won’t say any
thing about it. I know of a big de
partment store where there’s going to
be a vacancy In the floorwalker’s Job
In a few weeks, and I’ m going to apply
for It.”—Chicago Tribune.
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H I G H - S T A N D A R D S CH OOL
of its kind in the Northwest, we invite
the investigation of those who want the
best in a practical education. Let us prove
superiority. Call, phone or write. Cat
alogue, business forms and penwork free.
From the Mervunta* T'uble.
Van Antler—I think we are sure of
‘‘The School of Quality”
a good dinner to-night. You know my
Tenth and Morrison
Portland, Oregon new English butler does the entire ca
A. P. A r m st r o n g , LL. B., P r in c ip a l tering for the household. Grubb— Can
you rely on him to------? Van Antler—
Not always, but this evening I request
ed him to send us up something from
the kitchen table.—Puck.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
Luck nt l.nat.
"I’se done had de proof dat dar’s
luck In a rabbit’s foot,” said Erastus
‘‘What were de proof?"
"I clone sold de one I’s been carryln’
so long to a superstitious white lady
foh fo’ bits.”—Washington Star.
22 tears a leader in Painless Dents
Work in Portland.
Should remember that our f jrre is so arranged
that W K CAN IH> TH El Ft E N TIR E C l«)v\N .
BRIDGE A N D P L A T E W OR K IN A D A Y if
P O S ITIV E LY P A I N L E S S E X
TRACTING FREE when plates or bridges are or
dered. W E REM O VE TH E MOST S E N S IT IV E
TEETH A N D ROOTS W ITH O U T TH E LEAST
P A IN . NO STUD EN TS, no uncertainty.
T r u th .
Beyond Reform ation.
Patience—She says she married him
to reform him. Patrice—And he says
he was a fool’ when he married her.
“Well, she says she hasn’t reformed
him a bit.”— Yonkers Statesman.
‘‘Just my luck,” groaned Uncle Ab
ner. "I've spent $500 and six months’
time In patenting a churn, and now
they’ve found out how to make butter
out of kerosene.”
For the N e x t F ifteen D a y s
W’e will give you a good 22k gold or porce
lain crown f o r ........................................................ $3.50
22k bridge teeth........................................................ 3.50
Molar crown............................................................... 5,00
Gold or enamel fillings............................................ L00
Silver fi'lings..................................................................... 50
Good rubber plate».................................................. 5.00
The best red rubber plates.................................. 7.00
A L L W O R K G U A R A N T E E D 15 Y E A R 3
D r. W . A . W i s e
P re s id e n t a n d M a n a g e r
Color and Lies.
"But sometimes it’s right to tell a
white lie. isn’ t it?"
“Perhaps. But I notice that when a
man gets that idea once, it isn’t long
till he becomes color blind.”—Cleve
The Wise Dental Co.
Exact truthfulness, according to a
writer in the Sketch, had Its proper
reward in the following instance:
Teacher— Now can you tell me whaf
the olfactory organ is?
Boy— Please, sir, no, sir.
O ut-of-Tow n People
The manufacture of wire glass is of
St. Louis origin, and the largest factory
in the world devoted to this product ia
in that city. It employs 350 men.
Third and Washington Sta.
PORTLAN D, OREGON
M a d e fro m
m a te ria ls.
a n d b is c u it
p u re , c a r e fu lly te ste d
G et a
c a n o n tria l
ca k e s
T h e y ’ll o p e n
'G . a r a . l e e d
■ adar all
Fara r o o d t a « «
CANKER A T T A C K S TREES.
O rchardiits Find It Most Trouble
som e Pest in Noithwest.
Black spot canker is one o f the most
troublesome fruit pests o f the North-
west and one which fruit growers inuBt
understand and be able to recognize if
they expect to make headway against it.
During the fall the spores or "s e e d s "
are lodged on’ the apples, being distrib
uted by the wind or other agencies.
Later, when the appleB are stored in
cellars where there is an abundance of
moisture “ sw eating" occurs, a condi
tion very favorable for the germination
o f spores.
Black spot canker is responsible for
the great part o f fruit rotting that
occurs. The most effective treatment
is a thorough spraying with bordeaux
mixture in November, when the Bpores
or seeds are floating in the orchard.
Because the fungus gives such slight
evidence o f its presence in the bark in
the fall, and because so apparent in the
spring, many orchardists make the mis
take o f attempting to combat it in the
spring after it has already gotten in
the bark. Such treatment is ineffect
The spore must be
killed before it has germinated.
DEPOSIT TO BE MINED.
Nehalem "B eesw a x" Has Been Found
to Be O zocerite.
That the product found in the sand at
the mouth o f the Nehalem river, pop-
ularly believed to be beeswax from a
wrecked Spanish galleon, ia valuable
substance known to chemistry as ozo
cerite, was the statement made by J.
J. Walter, president o f the Necarney
City Hyrdocarbon Oil company, a cor-
poration organized to exploit the pro-
duct. For years visitors to that coast
have picked up the wax-tike lumps that
have strewn th e ' beach |there. The
general opinion has prevailed that it
was beeswax brought from Manila for
one o f the Spanish settlements in Cali
fornia and that the ship was wrecked
The discovery was made as
early as 1813 by the Indians.
K it Carson, the famous scout, now
employed as an assayer by the govern
QUAKE FELLS MOUNTAIN.
ment, visited the place and announced
that the supposed beeswax was none
Thousands of Buildings Destroyed and other than ozeerite, a product of hydro
Great Property Loss.
carbon oil, found only in South Amer
Tokio, Aug. 17.— Reports received ica and in small quantities in Northern
today concerning the earthquake in Europe.
Central Japan Saturday, show there
were many fatalities and great damage
ALL NATIONS INVITED.
was done to . property.
The dead at
present are said to number 30, though Official Call Is Issued for Fourth Dry
it is feared further fatalities will be
reported from the outlying districts.
Billings, Mont.— Secretary John T.
The number o f persons injured is 82.
Thus far 362 buildings, including many Burns has issued the official call for the
temples, are reported to have been de fourth annual session o f the Dry Farm
stroyed and more than 1,G00 others ing congress, to be held at Billings,
Mont., October 26-27-28, 1909. The
The town o f Asaku, in Gifu, suffered call is addressed to the preBidentof the
terribly. The banks of the Hida river United States, the diplomatic repre
broke and the country is inundated. sentatives o f foreign nations, ministers
The people o f the district fled to high and secretaries o f agriculture o f all
ground and remained in the open all countries, governors o f states, presi
night. Intermittent shocks were felt dents o f agricultural colleges, state
throughout Saturday night and early land boards, state engineers, state
boards o f agriculture, national, Btate
The mountain Ibuki, a short distance and county agricultural associations,
west o f Gifu, collapsed with a thun or grange lodges, livestock assoc:a-
tions, horticultural societies, county
Slight damage was done at Nagoya, commissioners, mayors o f cities, presi
to the southward o f Gifu, and neigh dents o f towns, all commercial bodies,
railroad and immigration companies
and members o f the Dry Farming con
gress. In addition to these the call is
CANADA CAN FEED BRITAIN.
sent to about 30,000 individual farm
ers and others interested in agriculture
Grain C rop o f Dominion is Reported in the West.
Greatest in History.
Big Washington Project.
Winnipeg, Aug. 17.— From all points
in Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan
Kennewick—That preliminary plans
and British Columbia the unanimity of have been made for a big irrigation
opinion points to the anticipatory re- project, which will water thousands of
suit o f this year’ s harvest as being the acres o f sagebrush land in Grant
greatest in the history o f the Canadian county are under way, is the informa
West. In some places, such as South tion given out by J. M. Spencer of
ern Alberta, the phenomenal growth Plains, Mont, Mr. Spencer, who has
makes it hard for the people to con large land interests in the Crab creek
ceive such prospects.
Farmers are country, says that the farmers in that
now busy gathering the hay crop, section have begun active preparations
which is a heavy one. The grain har to place 550,000 acres under irrigation
vest will be general during the latter by means o f a pipe line to be built
part o f the present month.
from the Columbia river to the Crab
The statement is made on good au creek valley in Grant county.
thority that the completed Grand Trunk
It will cost $5,000,000 to complete
Pacific railway from Winnipeg to Ed this gigantic undertaking, which will
monton is tributary to wheat lands cap- be one o f the longest gravity systems
able o f feeding the whole people of in the world. The pipe line will run
Great Britain and Ireland in case of more than 100 miles before it reaches
the nearest land to be watered and the
farthest point will be the Columbia
Plan Red C ross Annex.
river, on the northern boundary o f
London, Aug. 17.— Based on the Ger Benton county.
man and Japanese models, the war
office has issued proposals for a great
Central Oregon Settling Up.
voluntary Red Cross scheme in connec
Burns— Notwithstanding heavy im
tion with the territorial army plan. It migration and settlement the past few
will be worked in connection with the years, there are yet in Harney county
existing Red Cross society and St. over 3,000,000 acres of government
Johns Ambulance society and would land subject to entry, including timber,
provide the entire country with com grazing,
mineral and agricultural
plete organizations. Men and women land, a greater area than the entire
are to he trained in t stablishments in state o f New Jersey, and two-thirds
every territorial area as nurses, the area o f the whole c f Massachusetts.
stretcher bearers and other branches of
Up to a short time ago, this vast
the Red Cross service.
domain was devoted entirely to stock
raising, immense herds o f cattle, sheep
Spanish Turn on M oors.
and horses feeding over the illimitable
Madrid, Aug. 17.— Fighting between ranges during the greater part o f the
the Moors and Spaniards was resumed year, while large quantities o f hay
teday at Melilla. A fter a disastrous have been cut for their winter use.
week for the forces under General
This has been changed. The past
Marina, during which the Moors have few seasons have brought hundreds o f
kept the garrison of 38,000 men closely industrious settlers who are opening up
hugging the walls o f the city while farms and meeting with the most en
they poured shot into the fortifications couraging success in agriculture.
from the mountainside, Marina moved
aggressively against the tribesmen to
Rebel Documents Taken.
day. The long expected munitions ar
San Antonio, Tex., Aug. 11.— Jose
rived several days ago and in spite of Ratndall, leader o f the revolutionists
the attempts o f the Moors a number of who fought a battle with three com
French field guns have reached Marina. panies o f Mexican troops at La Vacas
in 1907, was arrested here today.
Yuma Flooded by Rain.
With him were captured consignments
Yuma, Ariz., Aug. 17.— The most o f military rifles and pistols of the lat
disastrous rain storm experienced in est make, seals of the Mexican revolu
this vicinity since the great flood of tionary organization, all the books and
1891, when the downtown part o f the accounLs, photographs and correspond
city was washed away and hundreds ence o f the junta. The most import
o f p-ople rendered homeless, broke ant find among the papers is a book
over Yuma today. The adobe houses that gives the names and addresses o f
o f the poorer classes crumbled like those affiliated with the movement.
sugar. Dozens of fam ilies were com
pelled to move out, wading waist deep
Search for Lost Steamer.
in the water, which poured over win
Capetown, Cape Colony, Africa, Aug.
11.— The government has ordered a
search along the east African coast * ith
B g Sperm Whale Taken
the hope that some survivors from the
Aug. 17.— The steamer steamer Waratah, now miss ng over
Tees, which arrived from the west two weeks, may be saved.
coast o f Vancouver island this after the steamer were 300 passengers, half
noon, brought news that a sperm o f whom were women and children. A
whale, the first taken since last year, few hours before the Waratah was due
was caught by the Kuyoquot whalers to reach this harbor a terrible gale
last week, and 58 barrels o f oil taken swept this coast, and it is believed the
f.om the whale.
The Missouri Supreme Court In
State ex Inf. Hadley vs. Standard Oil
Co., 116 Southwestern Reporter, 902-
1062, convicts the Standard OH Com
pany, the Waters-Plerce OH Company,
and the Republic Oil Company of New
York of violating the anti trust laws
of Missouri (Rev. St. 1699. c. 143 [Ann.
St. 1006, Sections 8965, 8992]). We
can only refer to a single Interesting
point as to the Waters-Plerce Oil Com
pany, a domestic corporation. A Judg
ment of ouster was rendered against
it, but the Judgment was ordered sus
pended on proof that the company had
severed all connection with the other
corporations In maintaining a trust to
control the price of petroleum, and
would refrain from all such combina
tions, and that It would furnish satis
factory evidence of Its compliance with
the Judgment, and Its Intention In
good faith to cease all connection with
the other condemned corporations, and
carry on Its business In obedience to
Its charter and the law. In attempted
compliance with the Judgment, the di
rectors of the company adopted a reso
lution protesting that It had never
knowingly violated any State law, but
that It accepted the conditions of the
decree, and expressed by such resolu
tion Its willingness to abide by the
same. The court holds that this reso
lution was not only a failure to com
ply with the conditions offered, but
tended to show that the company was
not able or was not Inclined to sever
the trust relations and In fact com
ply with the conditions of the decree.
The Judgment of ouster, therefore, be
came absolute and unconditional.
A group of Navajo Indians under
the leadership of IJl-a.-111-le threatened
serious trouble on the Navajo reserva
tion. On the representations of the
Interior Department, the Secretary of
War sent troops into the vicinity to
serve as a repressing influence on
thorn. Tne officer In command arrest
ed Bi-a-lil-le and some of his followers.
When the arrest was made, the troops
were fired on by other Indians and the
Are was returned. The Indians arrest
ed were confined at hard labor for an
Indefinite period, on condition that
they could be released whenever It
might be deemed wise to do so. In
ex parte Bi-a-lil-le, 100 Pacific Report
er, 450, the Supreme Court of Arizona
reviews the judgment of the lower
court refusing their discharge on ha
beas corpus. As to the contention that
they were prisoners of war and lawful
ly held in military custody, the court
maintains that confinement at hard
labor is a characteristic of the punish
ment of criminals, and not under the
code of modern civilized warfare an
incident of the detention of prisoners
of war. Such a sentence was clearly
inconsistent with the theory that they
were regarded as prisoners of war. It
was further urged that the Indians
were wards of the government, subject
to administrative correction of their
conduct, and that the disposition made
of them was pursuant to a long-settled
policy. As to %his, the court say that,
however salutary in its results and
desirable such a method of dealing
with recalcitrant Indians may be, it
cannot be sanctioned unless Congress
has conferred the authority. No leg
islation was referred to expressly au
thorizing such summary methods, and
It was concluded that the court was
In error In denying the writ of habeas
N I A G A R A 3 9 ,0 0 0 Y E A R S OLD.
Took .150 CenhirU i to H ollow Oat
F lr.t Three Mllee of the Gorge.
According to Mr. Spencer of the
Canadian Geological Survey, the great
spectacle of Niagara Falls as we see
It to-day has been about 39,000 years
In the making.
Mr. Spencer, in common with other
geologists who have studied Niagara,
believes that originally the cataract
fell Into Lake Ontario over three 3teps,
or platforms, the first being thirty-
five feet high and the third being at
or near the edge of the lake proper,
instead of seven miles hack up the
river as at present, says the Cleveland
It took the stream 35,000 years to
hollow out the first three miles of
the gorge, but only 4.000 years for
the other four miles. The difference
of time In these two stages of the
erosion and of the cataract's recession
of seven miles In all, Is explained on
the theory of a sudden and enormous
Increase In the volume of water,
caused by seismic disturbance.
Formerly the Niagara River served
as outlet to Lake Erie only. After the
upheaval the waters of Lakes Huron,
Michigan and Superior, which previ
ously had debouched directly into Lake
Ontario, were diverted by way of Lake
Erie Into the Niagara River, swelling
that stream to six times Its former
Mr. Spencer's figures, of course, can
be taken only approximately, as even
contemporary authorities are at vari
ance as to how far the falls of Niagara
have receded during the last fifty
years—some estimates making It 1.28
meters per annum, others 1.52
Moreover, while the United States
Oeologbal Survey declares that the
rate of recession of the falls has In
creased during the last fifteen yeafs,
the corresponding Canadian official re
port shows that the rate has decreased
some sixty-six centimeters per annum.
In A rk an u*.
The way of the tippler Is certainly
getting harder and dryer In many
parts of the country. The Senate of
Arkansas has taken a step toward add
ing to his difficulties by passing a bill
to make it a misdemeanor for a per
son to take a drink of Intoxicating
liquor on any passenger train in Ar
kansas or to leave the train and take
a drink on a station platform and
then get back on the train.
A prophet Is only different from
the ordinary liar in that he can make
people believe him.
When a dog 1s muzzled, he misses
All the delights of being a dog.
F o r In fan ta and C hildren.
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P r o f it r d
S o m e b *d f,
"Gwimple, how have you invested your
profits in that little wheat deal?”
‘‘ ‘Profits’ ! Huh! Kuggles, the profits
In that transaction are invested in a neat
but gaudy promissory note, secured by
mortgage, on which I am paying interest
at 6 per cent.”
Mothers w ill find Mrs. W in slow 's Soothing
Pyrup the b- st rem edy to use for their children
durin g the teething period.
F a ls e
O lT e n s e .
“ lie testified that the agents of the
company tried to bribe him, eh? What
could have been his motive in giving them
"It is generally supposed that they
didn’t offer him quite as much as he had
p la c e d
i uiranteed clloo-
tive. Oi'all <i«*nl«-r* or sent prepaid for 2u cents.
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C. Gee Wo'
The Chinese Doctor
A good locomotive will travel about
1,000,000 miles before it wears out. With
ordinary care it ought to last twelve
To Breal in New Shoes.
A lw ays shake in A lle n ’s Foot-Ease, a pow der.
;t cures h ot, sw eatin g, ac h in g , sw ollen feet.
Hires corns, in grow ing n ails and bunions. A t
ill d ru ggists and shoe steres, 2*>«\ lim it accept
m y su bstitu te. Sam ple m ailed F R E E. Address
Alien S. O lm sted, Ize R oy, N. Y.
Promised schemes to irrigate the Des
ert of Sahara are said to he impracti
cable because of the great depth of the
overlaying deposit of sand.
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tip o ve r.
P en ce.
“ Won’t It be lovely when peace
reigns throughout the world?” she ex
"Yes,” replied the man. "and I think
there’d be money in bidding for the
guns and other junk the nations would
have to sell.—Philadelphia Public
P u tlin if
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HAROLD SOMERS. ISO DcKalD A »,.. Brooklyn, N. Y.
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Don’ t dope yourself for every little
pain. It only hurts your stomach.
Such pain comes usually from local
inflammation. A little rubbing with
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I le r h s and Harks, and
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Self-Possessed Young Woman—Geof
frey. you have been coming to see me for
more than a year. Don’ t you think it’s
time to tell me what your intentions are?
Bashful Youth— Why, Miriam, I wan
in hopes you’d suspect what my inten
tions art by this time.
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