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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1905)
A g a in s t a C a t A a lr o p h r .
To succeed these days you
must have plenty of grit, cour
age, strength. How is it with
the children? Are they thin,
pale, delicate? Do not forget
A yer’s Sarsaparilla. You
know it makes the blood pure
and rich, and builds up the
general health in every way.
The children cannot possibly have Rood
health unless the bowels are iu proper condi
tion. A sluggish liver Rives a coated tongue,
bad breath, constipated bowels. Correct all
these by Riving small laxative doses of A yer’s
Fills. A ll vegetable, sugar coated.
It. Stockton's "Reformed
Pirate" had a harmless and absorbing
To keep himself out of
mischief, he bad taken to kulttlng
tidies. M. A. P. says that among the
classes held at the East End of Lon
don for the instruction of the poor
was one devoted to ambulance work.
One day a woman came to say that
tier husband had been drinking immod
erately, and to beg that something
might be done for him. A clergyman
sought him out, persuaded him to be
come a member of the club, ami put
him into the ambulance class.
In a short time the man became
earnest in the work, and was a regu
“ H ow is your man doing now?”
asked the clergyman, t h e next t i m e
he met the wife.
“ He never goes to the ‘pub.’ sir,"
said she, proudly.
“ H e spends his
evenings at home, bandaging the cat."
H a t e d t o D o It.
Made b y J. C. A y e r Co., L o w e ll, Maas.
▲Iso manufacturers o f
During the last congressional cam
paign the candidates for the honor of
y HAIR VIGOR.
representing a certain East Tennessee
1 / & ff O
district, says the Washington Post,
*“* iu'Jfif”’" ' ■ ™
gathered to meet the voters at a coun
There was a rough-looking old moun
A V e r y H a r d S la p .
“I am really and sincerely proud of taineer in the audience. He looked
the common i>oople,” said Mr. I’ompus. over the aspirants on the platform
“ I am fond of the plain, everyday fel with a critical eye. One of them had
low who can never hope to be jrreat. done him several favors, and he felt iu
duty bound to vote for him.
Call it Quixotism, if you wish------ ”
“ Not a
promising lot, are
“Oh, 1 wouldn't say that,” Interrupt
ed ' Pepprey, “ I’d call it egotism.’’— they?” he remarked in an
whisper to a man three seats away.
"Them’s only the kind we used to run
for constable when I was a boy.
(J r e g o s ^
lo o d P
u r if ie r
Thar’s my candidate— that ynller-
headed chap, third from this eend. I ’ve
TESTKD ANI) TRUE GUARANTEED
NOW! Is the time to USE IT.
got to vote for him, but I ’d give ten
dollars if I hadn't seen him first.”
Inform ation W a n t e d .
“ Say, pa,” queried the Councilman's
For bronchial trounies try Piso's Cure
small son. "is it true that George W ash for Consumption.
1 1 is a good cough
medicine. At druggists, price ¡¡5 cents.
ington never told a lie?"
“ I have no reason to doubt it, my
•on.” answered the local statesman.
It is literally true that a new broom
"Then,” continued the little fellow, sweeps clean. If a new broom is exam
“ how did he manage to get such a pull ined, the ends of the straws will be
fonud to lie straight and the brush
square. After it has been used a while
To Break In New Shoes.
the ends split and become sharp, and the
A lw ay s shake In A lle n ’s Foot-Ease, a powder. shape of the brush becomes irregular. To
It cures hot, sw eating, aching, sw ollen feet. renew the youth of the broom dip iu hot
Cures corns, in g ro w in g n ails an d bunions. At
all druggists and shoe stores, 25c
Don't accept soapsuds and trim the softened straws
an y substitute Sam ple m ailed F R EE. Address to the proper shape.
A d e n S, Olmsted, 1 « Roy, N . Y.
U n it e d S t a t e s ' G r e a t W e a lt h .
The world transacts its business, ac
cording to the annual report of the di
rector of the United States mint, on a
stock of gold money amounting to $0.-
«00,000,(XX). O f that total, the United
States possesses $1.300,000.000. That
means that in this republic, with about
one-twentieth of the population of the
world, we have almost one-quarter of
all the gold money there is.
Jess— Did you see the ring Jack
gave May? Bess— Yes, two years ago.
Briggs— Did Wimpleton marry a girl
with a million? G riggs— No. lie mar
ried a million with a girl.
Bill— Did you have your head shin
gled when you were a lad? Jill— No,
not my head.— Yonkers Statesman.
“I have Just spent two weeks at a
summer resort.” "Sorry, old chap, but
I can’t lend you any money to-day."
Waiter— Iioast beef or cured ham,
sir? "B rin g me some beef. The lust
cured ham I ordered here was only
He—-I suppose Miss de Millions mar
ried that poor young artist because
she loved him. She— No; because iier
dearest friend loved him.
Amateur Sportsman— I say. did I hit
anything that time
Gamekeeper— I j
think not, sir. There w arn’t nothing
in sight but the birds, sir.— Judge.
The Law yer— H ’m! W hat makes
you think you wish to study to become
a lawyer? The Applicant— W ell, me
folks object to me bein’ a burglar.—•
A D isappointing Ocoaslon.
“How was the lecture?" demanded
Mrs. Sawin, with the impatience of one
who had been denied a coveted pleas
ure, as Mr. 8awin stooped to remove
his overshoes before entering the sit
ting room. “ My cold’s a sight better.
I believe I might have g o n e 's well as
“I guess you did well to remain at
home,” said her husbaud, as he seated
himself before the stove, “as far forth
as the lecture was concerned. The en
tertainment opened with a selection by
the band, then prayer by the Congre
gational minister, then the baud again,
tbeu a song by the Methodist minis
ter, accompanied by ids wife at the
cabinet organ, and then the lecture;
after that the band once mote, and
then the benediction by the Episcopal
“ Well, what nlxnit the lecture?”
asked Mrs. Sawin. ”1 cau hear min
isters any day.”
“The lecture w as on Scotland,” said
Mr. Sawin, slowly. “ 1 never felt much
drawed to Scotland, and I guess after
to-night 1 shall give up all thoughts
of ever going there. Folks that haven’t
got any more idea of the English lan
guage after all these years need a
missionary, but I don’t feel any call to
he one. And as for their houses, ttiere
wasn’t one single good two-story frame
building In all the »tereoptlcs that man
throwed on the sheet.
If it hadn’t
been for the band, 1 should almost
have felt I'd wasted my 15 cents' ad
Man Overboard— Help, help! Stran
V e r y A w fe w u r .i.
ger— Phuy don’t yez swim? “I don’t
Mrs. Norton came home from a call
know how.” “ Begorry, ye’ve got an one day in such u disturbed condition
iligant chance to learn.”— New York tliat it was evident tears were not far
in the background. She lost no time in
H er suggestion: He— You know, beginning her explanation.
“John,” she said to her husband, “ I
darling, we cannot live on cheese and
kisses. She— Then why not leave the am so mortified I don’t kuow what
nasty old cheese out?— Lippincott’s to do.”
“ What is the matter, my dear?”
Firemen rush into a house in re asked Mr. Norton.
“ I have been calling on Mrs. I’ev-
sponse to an alarm of fire— are met
by a small boy. Ralph— Say. if the erill. You kuow her husband, M ajor
house burns down, don’t save my flan Peverill?”
nels— ’cause they scratch me.— Life.
“ Well, I have just learned to-day,
Lena— Fred didn’t blow his brains
to my horror, that ’Major’ isn’t his title
out because you Jilted him the other
at all. ‘M ajor’ is his first name.”
night; he came and prposed to me.
“ Why, certainly. I’ve always known
Maud— Did he? Then he must have
W hat is there so mortifying
got rid of them in some other way!
Mr. Skinflint— The paper says skirts
“Nothing.” said Mrs. Norton, with a
S t a t s o r O h io , C it y o r T o l e d o , 1
are to beworn longer than ever! Mrs. groan, “only that I’ve been calling him
L u c a s C o u n t y ,
F r a n k J. C u e n e y m akes oath that b e is
tig- ‘Major’ every time I ’ve met him for
senior partn er of the firm o f F. J. C h e n e y «It Skinflint— Well, yon needn't be
Co., d o in g business In the C lty o fT o le d o , C o u n gerin’ on me wearin’ mine any longer. the last six months!”
ty an d state aforesaid, a n d that said firm w ill
pay the sum o f ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for I ’ve worn It five years this fall
each an d every case of C a t a r r h t h a t cann ot be ready.
T h o s e L o v in g G irls .
Q UEEN OF A CTR ESSES
P R A IS E S P E -R Ü -N A
MISS JULIA MARLOWE
Heartily Approves of Peruna for the Nerves.
In a recent letter to The Peruna weak nerves.
This can be easily obviated by usirg
Medicine Co., Miss Julia Marlowe, of
Peruna. Peruna strikes at the root of
New York City, writes the following:
the dillieulty by correcting the diges
“ I am glad to write my endorsement J
Digestion furnishes nutrition for the
( of the great remedy, Peruna, us a ner\ - : nerve centers. Properly digested food
tonic. I do so most heartily.” — Julia ;
furnishes these reservoirs of life with
vitality which leads to strong, steady
nerves and thus nurislies life.
Nervousness is very common among
Peruna is in great favor among wo
This condition is due to men, especially those who have voea-
anemic nerve centers. The nerve cen t!ons that are trying to the nerves.
ters are the reservoirs of nervous vitality
These centers become bloodless for want
Buy a bottle of Peruna today. If you
of proper nutrition.
t do not rereive all the benefits from Pe-
This is especially true in the spring j ,-una that you expected, write to Dr. S.
season. Every spring a host of invalids i B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio.
are produced as the direct result of I**a«****«***««*««*<
cured by the use of H a l l ’ s C a t a r r h C x ' r e .
Some one asked Lincoln how long
Ed.vth— W as Charlie cool and collect
“ H ey!” shouted the rich man, peer
a man's legs should be. He replied he ed when he proposed to you?
ing cautiously over the stairway, “ 1
Mayme— No; he was awfully rattled.
had not given the subject any thought,
A . W. GLEASON,
Edyth— Well, I always thought he had w ant you.”
j seal j
but should say they should be long
“ W ell,” chuckled the burglar, reach-
enough to reach from his body to the
H a ll’s C ata rrh C u re is taken in tern ally, and
acts directly on the blood and m ucous surfaces ground.
of the system. Send f<>r testim onials, free.
"You kin help de cause of honesty
F. J. C H E N E Y Ut CO., T oledo, O.
Sold b y D ruggists, 75c.
n heap,” said Uncle Eben, "by preach
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H all’s Family
uily Pills are the best.
in’ about it, but you kin help it a heap
uio’ by not danglin’ roas' chicken tin
S tren u o u s O p p o s itio n .
Oldun— W hat a terrible cyclone w< ie r a hungry man’s nose.”— W ashing
bad last night!
F R A N K J. C H E N E Y .
Pw orn to before m e a n d subscribed iu my
presence, this Oth day of Decem ber, A. D., 1806.
Tested 81 True
Used and Sold E v ery w h e re,
TELLS IT S OWN STORY
“ Billings' w ife is a most accomplish
Newpop— Did we?
Oldun— Good heavens, man, didn’t ed woman,” remarked the man who
sneers. “ Indeed!”
“ Yes; she under
you hear it?
Newpop— No; our baby is cutting stands five languages and knows how
to keep quiet in all of them.”— W ash
Mothers w ill find Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing
"Is your friend a good shot?” “ Yes,”
Syrup the boat remedy touae for their children
answered the sportsman after some
during the teething period.
A M a r v e l o f R e lie f
St Jacobs Oil
S a fe and sure fo r
L u m b ag o
It Is the specific virtue of penetration In this
remedy that carries it right to the pain spot
and effects a prompt cure.
PISO S C U R E
CURES «HERE ALL ELSE FAILS.
I Beat Gough syrup. Taste« Good. U K o
In time. Sold by druggists.
L iia r d s that W a lk on T w o Feet.
Lizards of several sorts can walk
and run easily on their hind legs. The
Australian water lizard, which is three
or four feet iu length, keeps quite erect
when traversing long distances on
land. It is found in the neighborhood
of river bnnks'and passes much of its
time in shallow water.
The frilled lizard of Queensland nlso
travels on its hind legs on level
ground, keeping the frill folded while
When attacked it expands
this fold of skin, which stands out like
a ruff at right angles round the neck,
giving it a formidable aspect, so that
dogs that attack and kill larger liz
ards will often retreat before a frilled
lizard at bay.
There is also a tree lizard in A us
tralia that moves in a similar way.
All these species walk on ail fours
when merely moving about or going
The Kind You Have Always llou;;lit lias borne the signa
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his
personal supervision for over HO years. A llow no one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
“ «Tiist-as-gnod ” are but Experiments, and endanger the
health of Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR IA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, P are
goric, D r o p s and Soothing S y r u p s . It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor oilier Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys W orm s
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and W in d
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
T h e K in d Y o u H a v e A lw a y s B ou gh t
Bears the Signature of
hesitation. “H e never hits any game,
but then he never hits any of the peo
ple in his hunting party, either.”—
Medium— I can tell you about a
buried treasure. Patron— Please don't!
My husband Is always tooting that in
Medium— Does he know
anything about a buried treasure?
Patron— Yes; his first wife.— Tit-Bits.
“You say he has a visionary and im
practical nature? “ Yes.” answered the
girl who is employed in the postoftiee;
“he is one of those people who write
‘Ithsh’ on an envelope instead of put
ting on a special delivery stamp.”—
And tells it eloquently in the bright eye, the supple,
elastic movement, the smooth, soft skin, glow ing with
health, a body sound and well, an active brain, good
appetite and digestion, refreshing sleep, energy to per-
form the duties and capacity to enjoy the pleasures o f
life. The blood is the most vital part of the body;
every organ, muscle, tissue, nerve, sinew and bone is’ dependent on it for
nourishment and strength, and as it circulates through the system, pure and
strong, it furnishes to these different parts all the healthful qualities nature
*en<* j* When, from any cause, the blood becomes impure or diseased, it
tells a different story, quite as forceful in its way. Itching, burning skin
diseases, muddy, sallow complexions, disfiguring sores, boils, carbuncles,
etc., show the presence, in the blood, of some foreign matter or poison.
Rheumatism, Catarrh, Contagious Blood Poison and Scrofula, are effects of
a deeply poisoned blood circulation. These may either be inherited or ac
quired, but the seat of trouble is the same—the
blood. S. S. S ., a purely vegetable blood remedy,
cleanses and purifies the circulation and makes it
strong and clean. Under its purifying and tonic ef-
,, , i , _
, . iects all poisons and impurities are expelled from
the blood, the general health is built up, all disfiguring eruptions and blem
ishes disappear, the skin becomes soft and smooth and robust health blesses
life. Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison and all dis
eases of the blood are cured by S. S. S. Book on the blood and any medical
advice, free of charge. j H £ S W /F T S P E C IF IC C O ., A TLA N TA , C A ,
“The trouble.’? said the dentist, ns
A n O v e r s ig h t .
he probed aw ay at the aehing molar
H e wouldn’t hire an architect his hard-
with along, slender intrnment, “ Is evi earned coin to waste; he knew he could
dently due to a dying nerve.” “ W ell,” a house erect quite suited to his taste.
groaned the victim. "It’s up to you to He did— and now the neighbors find a
treat the dying with a little more re cause to stop and grin; for, strange to
say, it slipped his mind to put a chim
spect.”— Chicago News.
Young Man— Say. you— er— remem
ber the -engagement ring I bought of
. ou yesterday? Jeweler— Yes. W hat’s
Swollen Veins, Sprains,
wrong with it? Young M an— Nothing;
Strains and Weak Joints
tint there's something wrong with the
girl. Would you mind taking it back
Relieved and (Mired with
our «Ilk Elastic Stockings.
and giving me collar buttons for it?
Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
Mrs. M ulgrew— Are ye goin’ to sind |
yer boy Tommy back to school this
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A n k l e s ................... 1.75 2.50
Mrs. O’Dooley— No. indado.
K n e e c a p s............... 1.75 2.50
I/ e g gin s-................ 2.00 2.75
Me ambition is to make an aldherman
Garter nose........... 2.50 3.50
of him phwin he grows up. an’ If hei
Above K nee Hose,.. 5.00 6.00
W e also manufacture a I forms
got too much eddication he’d be j
of Hells and Supporters.
shpolled for the position lntolrely.— I
ClARKf & CO.
W hat are you doing here?”
the woman to the tramp, who had got
over the wall Just in time to escape
the bulldog. “ Madam." he said, with
dignity. “I did intend to request some
thing to eat, but all I ask now is that,
in the interests of humanity, you’ll
feed that dog.”
father Is an aw ful fresh-air crank.
| Dick— H ow do you know? Jim— He
| turned me right out of the house into
HIGHEST P O S S I B L E AWARD
the cold air the other evening, and
AT THE ST.LOUIS WORLD S PAIR.
told me that it would be a good deal
Send \u the names o f dealers in
better for my health to stay there!—
your town who do not sell our
Detroit Free Press.
foods, and we will send you a
Dr. C. Gee Wo
This wonderful Chi
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great because he cures
people without opera
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to die. He cures with
those wonderful Chi
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harks and vegetables
that are entirely un
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the action of over 600 different reined lea which
he anccessfully uses In different diseases.
guarantees to cure catarrh, asthma, lung, throat,
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C M the shoes.
Fast C o lo r Eyeleta w ill n ot wear Brassy.
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