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About Ashland American. (Ashland, Jackson County, Or.) 1927-1927 | View This Issue
Sex L o yalty
OUR COMIC SECTION
The Real News
MICK1E, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL
h m m \ PtEWTf o«= -m e <5000 oi' bread m * butter .
KlEViff ITEMS IWJ TH IS ISSUE, B U T HOME VI nM M i
4 1& gU S«0 6 A U C E OU 'E M . SUCK AS T U ' BU*
B A TTU E a t
ED W H ITTLE HOM E BECUX EO
SHOWED TO O M UCH EUYHUClASM IM MlS LOVE
« e e u E W ITH M RS. D o U V B LOUPE A T TW ' HOME
TAUEVÍT SHOW » MO t H IU ' IU T U ' W RITE-UP ABOUT IT
ADD THEM “TUERe VUUZ. TH' FlRE AT HtCroR
PLUtJKS. AARS. PLUUK. DASHED OUT WITHOUT HER
MAKE-UP, TU' FIRST TIME IM TWlKTT VEARS,
AMD MOBODS KklEVJ HER e. OUR REPORTER B/EM
THoCOfTT SHE WAIT A GUEST AMO TRIED
Tt> GET HER. MA ME FOR HlS'.S'rORV
Advocates of women’s rights are j
always delighted with every Indica
tion of co-operation among the sex j
and every Incident that shows the
sympathy of one wotflau for the prob
lems of another.
A few evenings ago Mr. R. came By Women Who Used Lydia
home and found that his wife was not
E. Pinkham’s Vegetable
there. He called to the colo reef servant
girl, who was washing the dinner
dishes In the kitchen and asked her
“I have taken I.ydla F. Plnkhnm’a
\ egetable Compound nnd I think It
where Mrs. It. had gone.
Is the most won
“Don’t you know where your wife
d e r f u l medicine
Is gone at?" came the unexpected re- i
I ever tried,” is
ply. "I heerd her tell you at the
the s t a t e m e n t
supper table where she was goln’.
made by Mrs.
and If you cnln’t remember what she
Goldie siinup of
done told you, I ain’t goln’ t’ tell
St. Joseph. Illi
clares that after
Conx’ tpn tlon g e n e ra lly In d icate« d iso rd ered
taking the Com
sto m a ch , liv e r an d bow els. W rttfh t’a In dian
pound she Is In
V e g e ta b le P ills resto re r e g u la r it y w ith o u t
g rip in g . 372 P e a rl St.. N. Y. A dv.
River Being H arnessed
Mrs. .T. Rtorms
The Isnrgo river, In Italy, Is being of 20 Lane Street, Paterson, N. J.,
taken from its bed near Brassunone w rites: “I cannot spenk too highly
and carried through a tunnel to with of your medicine nnd I recommend
in two miles of Bolzano, where It will It to all my friends.”
These statements were tnken from
he dropped 700 feet. The new electric two
enthusiastic letters which tell
station there will generate 220.000 of the help thnt has been received
horsepower, nnd its current will light from using the Vegetable Compound.
the country ns far south ns Florence, Both Mrs. Shonn nnd Mrs. Storms
.KtO ndles away. Two subsidiary sta were In n run down condition which
tions in Interal valleys also will be caused them much unhappiness.
constructed nmf the total howepower When women are suffering from
of the district will he 31.1.000, or three- lack of strength nnd from wenkness,
fifths of all the estimated hydro-elec their own life nnd thnt of tlmlr fam
ily Is affected. When they feel well
tric potentialities of Scotland.
nnd strong nnd are able to do their
housework easily, happy homes are
Bell-Ans R eally Sure Relief the result.
Are von on the Sunlit Rond to
Thousands of Testimonials From Doc Better Health?
tors, Nurses and Dentists Say So.
For correcting over-acidity nnd
quickly relieving belching, gas, slck-
headache, henrtburn, nausea, bilious
ness and other digestive disorders,
BELL-ANS has been proved of great
value fur the pnst thirty years. Not
a laxative but a tested Sure Relief for
Indigestion. Perfectly harmless and
pleasant to take. Send for free samples
to: Bell & Co., Inc., Orangeburg, N. Y.
B eing a Suburbanite
White—The telepilone is u gregt so
Mrs. White—Yes, our neighbors
have no difficulty In getting ao-
H U R T?
Tor burrlnfr or tcslv litis,
•mi to rsliFWH infiumtnH*
on snd soreness, d m Mitchell
Sslve. accordili^ to uirec*
Aup deacoj sculp , laid u p with a game ie ^
D idmt P e a u t B lip OM t H' CELLAR ‘S teps *. He
SPRAIUEO H is HUEE TRTIM' TO MASTER. TUE
C harleston im a C hicago might C lub \
eveu t u ' r e m a r k o f a t r a v e l in g mam after
AM UHRUAtmiL TOUR OF OUR SfDRfcVD MAKE
GOOD COPV= " VO HAT'D &6W£FIT THIS TbWM MOST
WOULD BE SEVERAL. SUODEM DEATHS PLUS A
PARM BIG FIR* IM THà BUS*LIFTS SEgTIOU. ''
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F uture G enerations
C o v e r e d W a g o n P io n e e r
Q u ic k ly R e s to re d to H e a lth
P ap er From Tree
HAD A PEN NAME ONCE
Rice paper Is not made from any part
of the rice plant, bat from the ¿>lth
of a tree growing In the Island of
Formosa. The stem of the tree is cut
Into certain lengths and the pith
pushed out. Then the latter Is very
skillfully cut Into a kind of very thin
spiral, which Is afterwards flattened
out The pa|>er made from rice straw
la much coarser and more uneven.
and V itality, Finds Long-Sought Relief.
Strength Restored. P raises T an lac.
Ancient H istory
“Can you help me with my arith
Bill—“Didn’t he use to have a per
She—“The farmer seemed rulhe* metic lesson, daddy? The first prob nam e?' Dill—“Y'es, but dropped l:
afraid of his milkmaid.” He—“Yea; lem Is: ‘A carpenter was paid $3 a when the governor pardoned him.”
he said she could cow any man.”
day and’ ”—
“That sounds more like ancient his
tory than arithmetic."—The Outlook
H as E verything A rran ged
A Run foe Hie M oney
“What’s that electrlclal device you
Hunter—Have I purchased every
; have on your folding bed?”
thing I can possibly need to Insure
“That rings an alarm bell whenever
a successful bear hunt?
J e a n — Mae Is at least twenty-live.
Salesman—Y'ou may want a pair of j
—she never told you. did she? ' the bed doubles up."
“Where’s the bell T*
running shoes, a road map, and a book
Jean—Not exactly, but she said a
“At the undertaker’*."
of bear tales.—Good Hardware.
girl shouldn’t marry before she’s twen
Was So W eak Could Scarcely Use Arms or Legs. Sacra»
tnento Resident a Victim of “Flu,” Loses Weight
S lig h tly M ixed
T o n need rest. What Is your occu
Enough P ractice
He—Is your cousin progressive or
Doctor—Ha* e ~you had any experi conservative?
“I work In a chain store, doctor."
She—It’s hard to say. she wears
“A chain store? Handling Iron Is ence
Nurse—Oh. yes. My three brothers last year’s style, drives this year’s
too heavy work for a man of your
car and lives on next year's lr. corns
own a large speed car.
light build. Leave."
Pioneer blood flows in the veins of
Frank Rikert, Box 1035, It. R. 10,
Sacramento, Calif., a prominentstock-
m ai * ho trekked over the rough, baz
ar'! "¡a traits from Illinois in the early
sixties. But even his brawn, muscle
and splendid health broke under the
■train of modem living. “Flu” left
its mark nnd threaten**! his life.
“ i didn't care whether I lived or
died, I felt so badly.” said Mr. Rikert,
"when I began taking Tanlac. My
Strength had vanished, sapped by the
'Flu. My amis and legs were so
weak that they were almost useless. I
couldn't even turn over in bed with
out help, so Completely undermined
was my strength and vitality.
“( He night my wife saw the Tanlac
ad V' rtisement in the paper and urged
me to try it. I bought a bottle and
started taking it, and I felt better
right off. In a few weeks I was able
to do all mv work. Not only did my
weakness disappear, but I actually
gamed twenty pounds, and I have felt
fine ever sinee.
“Y'es, sir, I firmly believe that Tan-
lac saved my life. Naturally, I’m so
enthusiastic about Tanlac f am tell
ing all my friends it’e s great medicine
1 .1 C
F t llf A ue O O U by
BroiJwar and Sainton
Planting and raising trees for fu
ture generations are one of the activi
ties of electric power companies of*
which few people hear. A single com
pany In northern New York state
There were hut two famous flies: planted 4.nu».ono trees between l!»14
The one that got in the ointment and and l!*2fl nnd expects to make the to
tal 10.000,000 by 1030.
the egotistic one on the wheel.
COULD COW ANY MAN
WALL A RUCHF.L
M o to rcycle & S u p p ly Co.
Money Back Says Your Druggist Third
St. Taylor Sta.
if Moone’s Emerald Oil Doesn’t H a rle y D avid »on A g en ts. New a n d p un xan -
teed used m o to rc yc le ». T e rm » to s u it. F a c to ry
Do Away With A ll Soreness eq
u ip p ed »ho p in co n n ectio n .
and Pain in 24 Hours.
Get a bottle of Moone’s Einernld
Oil with the understanding that if it
does not put an end to the pain and
soreness and do away with the corn
Itself your money will be promptly
Don’t worry about how long you’ve
had It or how many other prepnra-
’Ions you have trled. This power-
f ill penetrating oil Is one prepara-
tlon that will help to make your
painful aching feet so healthy and
free from corn and bunion troubles
lhat you’ll be able to go anywhere
ind do anything In absolute feet
So marvelously powerful Is Moone’s
Emerald Oil that thousands have
found It gives wonderful results In
the treatment of dangerous swollen or
varicose veins. Your druggist Is sell
ing lots of It.
and TU praise it as long as I live."
Tanlac helps conquer ailments and
builds upstrength in famished hodieSL
11 lienishes pm n and f recs t he system of
pobo i ra' isc< 11 ivconsti pat ion and si i lg-
gish liver. It is Nature’s own remedy
mad.» from roots, berks and herbs ac
cording to the famous Tanlac formula.
Begin taking Tanlac and er.ioy the
henefitsof strength andgolden health.
The first bottle usually nnng* result#
that will surprise you. Ask your drug-
ist for Tanlac—today I Over 40 mu>
Lon bottles sold.