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About Southwest Oregon recorder. (Denmark, Curry County, Or.) 188?-18?? | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1885)
If ha the only hero he whoe deeds
I Are writ on this world's records? Whose
Is haloed with the splend Id light of Fame I
Hethlnks that If one heart in silence bleeds
For grief o'er frail humanity's dire needs
Tries earnestly to purify from shame
One fallen soul, to right one wrong, one
To bring the flowers of good from out the
Of one poor, downcast life to him the
Of higher honors than the conqueror's bays
Shall be awarded. His the nobler place,
The loftier rank, the holier renown
For, step by step, his unmasked, simple ways
Shall lead him upward till he see God's faoe.
' C. 1 Cretpl
Original Western settlers Pistols and
knives. Waterloo Observer.
There's one line that every woman de
lights to hang on masculine. Waterloo
Some of the poet Willis best lines
were written in his boarding house.
They were tender lines probably. They
are always good in a boarding house.
"Let go my ear," yelled a passenger
on a West Side street car yesterday. "I
beg your oardon," said the other man,
"I thougtit I had hold of the strap."
If a man wants a sack of flour, or
something in a bottle to put on sore
feet, he can send for it, but for knowl
edge, or a hair cut, he must go himself.
- A North Carolina negro went right on
playing the fiddle after a bullet had
been fired into his brain. Exasperated
people will hereafter fire at the fiddle.
A LXQAL OATH.
"Do you," said Bessie t'other day,
"In earnest love me, as you say,
Or are those tender words applied
Alike to fifty girls beside'
"Dear, cruel girl," cried I, "forbear,
For by those rosy Hps I swear"
She stopped me as the oath I took.
And cried, "You've sworn now kiss the
book. t .. . -
Dr. M. E. Wadsworth says the earth
has a 1 'heterogeneous viscid, elastic,
liquid interior, irregularly interlocked
with and gradually passing into a lighter
heterogeneous crust." That is a good
definition of a custard .Derrick.
Hazeltine, the sprint runner, advertises
to teach the "Art of Self-defense." Per
haps, after all, the theory of putting
100 yards between yourself and assailant
in eleven seconds is about as effectual a
system of self-defense as could be de
vised. San Francisco Post.
WARK WKATHKR KfOXCATIOSa
Soon will the festive bumble bee
His little carol sing-,
And polish up right carefully
His merry little sting.
Soon will the small boy seek the wood
To climb his favorite tree,
And in a happy, careless mood
Pursue that self -same bee
Then will that blithesome bee in turn
Cause that same boy to scud
To where he can relieve the bum
By plastering with mud.
"Jimmy, my child," the fond mother
exclaimed, "don't eat so much of that
lobster salad. You'll be ill to-niirht,-dear;
I know you will." "Well, ma,"
said Jimmy, as he helped himself to
another plateful, "if I am you'll know
what's the matter with me, anyhow."
BomertUU Journal. -
"WHZRK IGNORANCE IS BLISS."
There's musio now heard in the morning
As sweet as the tones of a fiddle,
Tia the melody made by the flap-Jacks,
As they sizzle and sing on the griddle.
And 'tis now that the boarding house mis
The hearts of her boarders to chirrup,
Brings out the light-colored molasses
And serves it as "pure maple syrup."
And the boarders, confiding and trustful,
Partake of the saccharine staple
With quite as much relish and gusto
As if 'twere the pure sap of the maple.
' -Boston Courier.
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Kilairclhi April SHay
Are the months to purify the blood, as the body Is
now most susceptible to benefit from medicine. Im
purities which have accumulated during the. cold
weatherwhen you hare been too much within
doors, must be expelled or serious results may fol
low. The testimony of thousands, as to the great
benefit derlred from Hood's Sarsaparilla. should
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Charles O. Roberta. East Wilson. N. had 13
scrofulous sores on his face and neck. Nothing
helped him until he took Hood's Sarsaparilla, which
effected a complete cure. His druggist says it Is
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"I have been troubled with scrofulous humor and
sores breaking out all over my body for the last fif
teen years . I have taken four bottles of Hood's Bar
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mend it very highly to any one troubled with scrof
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Campbell Street, Kansas City, Mo.
"Hood's Bamanarilla ha cured me of blood
poison." W. H. Babb, Stoubenvllle, Ohio,
"I was troubled with salt rhsum three years. I
took Hood's Sarsaparilla and am entirely cured, and
my weight has increased from 108 pounds to 135,"
Mas. Axjck Smith, Stamford. Conn.
Your blood may be laden with impurities, but
Hood's Sarsaparilla wiU thoroughly cleanse, enrich
andtitalizait. The most severe cases of scrofula,
salt rheum, bolls, pimples In fact all affections
arising from impure blood, yield to Hood's Sarsa
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complaints, sharpens the appetite, and builds up
the whole system.
"Hood's Sarsaparilla has been used with perfect
success in our family for canker in the stomach and
impure blood. My little one is entirely cured, and
we shall continue its use as a family medicine."
Mas. F. . Bubtok, Somerville, Mass.
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"I had no appetite, and felt tired all the time.
When I had taken half a bottle of Hood's Sarsapa
rilla my appetite was restored, and my stomach felt
better. I have now taken nearly three bottles and I
never was so well in my life." Mas. Jzasrs F.
Do lb e a re, Pascoag, B. I.
"I have used Hood's Sarsaparilla for biliousness;
think it a great remedy for that complaint.". W.
Abbott, Manchester, N. H.
"My son suffered from spring debility and loss 0
appetite, but was restored to health as soon as he
began to take Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mas. Thau a
Smith, Sciploville, N. Y.
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Too much effort cannot be made to bring
o the attention of suffering womanhood the
great value cf Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound as a remedy for the diseases of
women, and perhaps nothing is more effec
tual than the testimony of those who have
been cured by it. Such an one Is the wife o
General Barringer, of Winston, N. C, and
we quote from the general's letter as follows:
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: Please allow me to add
my testimony to the most excellent medicinal
qualities of your Vegetable Compound. Mrs.
Barringer was treated for several years for
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months under the treatment of an e
physician without any permanent
Bhe was induced to try your medid
after a reasonable time commenced
prove and is now able to attend to hei
ness and considers herself fully ret
General Barringer is the proprietor
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"In to-day already walks to-inorrow,"
said Coleridge, all of which goes to
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