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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1920)
TUN T1MWH-HKUAI, T
o It BOON
Hrtttmlny, Ocfritar HO, 1020.
your tlmo Hunt n lny luihlnil Tlio
follow who Iurh liolilutl Huldom
nitiilioiwuit, hut tlio mun In (ho loud
mi lUwuyH drop buck whon udvlif
Not BiitlHrloil with RrahhliiK olf
Hourly nil of tlio proHldouttnl nomln
oih, Ohio now lionutH a child Unit wiih
horn with tut oxtni finger oil ouch
iiuhd uuil un uxtru loo on ouch Tool,
nlH pnrfoplly fonuntl. And porhupB
Hoiim day It, too. w'll ho a proflldmi
tlul nomlitoo of tlio foinlnlnu nor-tiuaslon.
"In tlio (loud lumt ovor roally
dead?" InuulroH an oxohuiiKO. Wo
don't know. Ouru Iiuh alwuy boon
jmlnfully nllvo. ,
Avoid tln moo Unit kllln. II, In a
mini form of Hiilcldo on tlm limtnll
Years He Says
"It Wn a Lucky Dny For Me
When 1 Got Tanlac"
It lit hotlor to ho u your aboutl on
Kill That Cold With
. . ron
CASCARA IZF OUiNINE
Neplcctcd Colc'n nre Dnnr.orousi
TnVr no rliMticrn. Kctp th'.i ra.-.ikrrt rerun!- Ixiidy for thn firm sine.
Ufoak.i vp n rr.M In 2A I'tmrf Ttellevr i
Grljtpi- l;i3 ilayo nxtollont -I Ha!rha
Qotnlno fh thlt fr rr.t docn ret affect tho hocid Cubmu.i in lit Tonic
LnxtUlvo No Opifcto In K'M'c
ALL DRUGGFSTS SELL IT
r-j"y"' ilr, Tmiliiu hut) ovoriioni n
Ijiiho of Htoiinioh trouhlo Umt botlhir-
llaiinin'oHn coition lo them who Hook od mo Tor forty yonrH nnd, to-duy I
11, but lrouhlo or'oopn In unawnroH. am onjoy.lim nuoli fln'a hoillUt that I
.I. I. ',' m fool JiiHt llko I am HtitrtliiK llfo all
l, ovor hkiiIii," Kiild fJhnrloM Ilynrn,
18JM KiiHt Thlrtoontli Bt., Titcoiim,
"It wiih buck In 1880 (hut I movod
to Tacoma and dtirliut all thono forty
yourH I iiufforod with (fio wonio nort
of IndlKOHtlou. My rood lay In my
tUomiich and Hourod and numcd 1,'iiti,
hloutlm;, and iihortuoHii of hroath.
I had paliiH In my hack and buniltwH
In my uhoHt and finally I i?ol ho I
droudoil to cat a thtiiK, My HlroiiKlli
loft mo, I loHt wolKht and wiih not
ahln to do a kooiI duy'H work. I Hiif
forod from itovoro hoadachoH and
dlxxy hpoIIh and all tho tlmo 1 hud to
ho takliiK laxatvon for coiintlpatlou.
My norvcH woro In a wrolohod con
dition and all iTtirliiu tho nlKht I
would wako at llio IohhI llttlo ilolno, . follow who can Ilium urllflclul bounty
and I wnn hoKlunlnic to t It Ink my ago onto an only nnii;.
had about ijotton tho hunt of mo.
"It wiih a lucky day for mo whon I
cot Tun lit is. for 'thoro In Homothliift
about It that iIooh tlio work and I
can hardly romomhor tho day whon I
oujoyod ii n oh kooiI health or foil no
wall Kouorally. Taulao ban boon a
Kotlitond to mo, and an Ioiik an I ltvo
I will novor bo without. It for I con
Hldci It a" houuojiold nuoowilty, I cat
whalovor In placod ori'tho tahlo and
am novor troublod aflnrwurilH in rho
loitst. Tin1 pulid liuinv 1 noli nod
clioitt havo dhmjipearnJ and I ran
hroath ah try) ml roijillitr na over
row. I am ii'i loiiK'r coiihtipiKtil
and I am froo from hoadaMicu and
dnty npollii. .My norvun ire In fine
(.(million, I l'lmp loiiiuI onil I Imvo
rvKaliiod ovny pouml of my l.i-i
T n I no In Hold In Huron, uy Hood
nnd In Crntui by Crane Morcuntlle
A Chlcni;o iichool toiiohor recently
Kiivo up bin Job and opotiod up a
hoauty iihop, '' romarked, In nub
ulaiico, that In Uioho dayn tho man
who dlHpoumm knowlodi;o Iiuh imtli
Iiik hoforo him hut llio poor Iioiiho,
whllo woalth and famo awaltH tho
If tlif it Internal warfaro ovor tho
inorltH and demorllH of tho louifiio
of oatloiiM (lofmn't Hiilmldf rood Wo
four It will oollpito ovon tlio Imncball
iicaiidal and thn boozo runner rovola.
tlonn, Ant' that would bo "mjmo
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