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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1928)
; EarlUt Serial Story
The tint story In the Knullnh lan
guage over to niipuur on o turlnl win
Daniel Defoe's limit erplere, "Ilobln
mm Crtiioo." following III imlillca
tlun In lionk form It run lorlully In
tht Loudon Tost, leaned three tlnii'i
weakly, from October 7, 1710, to Oc
tober 17, 1720. At tlm end of each
limtiilltnoiit appeared also for the flrit
time that tiiiitnllxliig tun: "To Ho
Cotitlnui'd In Our Next." Exchange
Singular it True
i Whim a prayer1 U ninilo to the pro
Hiding (li'H.r of Tlrupntl, nenr Madras,
or In tlio I'iiIiiI hills, to tuve tlm Ufa
of l nick child, Hi" chili generally re
cover, but It'i hulr becomes waved
nnd platted. Try wlmt ono may,
tho hulr will not lime lit wnve or tl
plait, but in tho hulr bni lTn of
fcnvl to the god, tho now hulr thnt
grown hue no wuvo or plulti In It nt
Snake' Heart Action
I In lower nulmiilR, eui'li ni tho make
mid the frog, the spliutl cord la of
more Importance than tho iplnnl cnnls
in the higher onion of animal Ilfit,
' iltico In tho former It liifliiwicoi the
body motion! more thnn tho brnln
, loei. It li iMtrnuno of Idle feet that
the heart of the make will contlnua to
ibcat for tome time eftor tho bead
Ii tevcred from the body.
i Icarus wn the ion of !nodu!u,
mythical iculptor of early Greece. The
father end ion were Imprisoned, and
to eacupe, Invented wlngi and nt
tacbed Ihem will) wax. They flew
out of their prlwin eimlly enough, but
Icarui flew too near the Run nnd the
heat melted the wax, bit wwgi came
off, and he fell Into the un.
Make Monty From Peite
The rulililte of Auntr.illu dencend
nnta of HrltUh Hock are hated be
raime they ent the grnsi upon which
itock depend fr food. Milllona ere
killed In AiKtmlln evert yunr, nnd
their ikllil ftimlRh a Inrgo revenue
which goei Romo woy tow.ird neutrul
Ixlrig their rIim.
A little boy woe anient from icliool
one afternoon. When he enme the
next morning bli teacher mid to lilm.
"Why didn't yog come to echool yes
terduy afternoon?" she wni some
wlmt itgrtled when he replied: "I
couldn't, I had icarlet fever."
In I legal rvime in act of honor It
in InMrument drawn up by i notary
public, after proteit of bill of ex
change, when third party la di-alroui
of paying or accepting the bill for the
honor ef my or ill pnrtle to It.
Muet Complete Circuit
"The fact that blrdi can lit on in
electric. wire li Iwcauae there la not
complete circuit. If bird were to
alight on i wire nod one of tie wing.
' touch iiu'thcr wire, It would be apt
to cause death.
Val genlm ever ttiigriteful? ' Mere
tnlenta ire dry leave, i-kwI up end
down by gusts of pnlnn; hut gen I in
llei on the bonorn of memory, end
gratitude at her feet. I-nndor.
How to Slow Him Down ,
We sometimes think Hint the way
to make the motorl't Rtp for the
grade croaalng would be to plant wild
flowers tilong the right of way. St,
Louis rout IMnputcli.
"Mont philoonphori I have known,"
mid 111 Ho, the inga of Chinatown,
"are men v. ho sought to make word
take the plnce of pc'wnnl toll."
-. Juif What Did He Mean?
Eniiloyer I have called you In,
Brown, to any thnt when I am not
here you ire tho lnr.lei man In the
ofllce. Iloaton Trnnncrlpt.
Many Kindt of Oakum
Oakum, which li ixeil for ciiulklng,
I my hemp fiber for filling lenuii, but
especially thnt olitiiliieil by untwisting
and breaking, up old rope.
, , The American or buld eagle Inyt It
eggi once year, u'tmlly two In num
ber, The period of Inculintlon li
about one month. '
The flmt recorded ne of the word
, "submarine," according, to the Oxford
dictionary, win In 1014.
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Writ today for I'HKK book dncrlhln lh Dr.
i J. Unn Umm nnnunlcil nKihodo( trut.
Ina fuu ami othtr Maclal and
Colon illmcnla, whkh w um
ticluilvfly. Alio alvri drtalla of
Mir WKll'TDN ASSUKAM'B
TO KLIM1NA1 K HILKH,
no matiar how lavtrt, OR
iNKKIINI) PATIKNT'S FFK.
W EjCTALjj COLON CLINIC
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I Red Road f
' A Romance o!
t By Hugh Vent enter H
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Coprrlihl hr lluih Pandaalar,
Wehalar Prond la aarvlni ia I
aeout ana apy (or the erniy un
dr Oanaral Braddock praparlni
for the advanra on fort lu
quaint. Ha haa Juat ralumad to
Aleiandrla from a via 1 1 to lha
fort, whara. pnalng ia I Franch
man, ha haa arrurad valuatilt In
formation, riraddork, brad to t:u
ropaan waifara, fa 1 1 to raallia
tho Imporlanca or tha naw.
Ilrond la acnt back to Port Hu
quaana, alao baarlng a moaaaie
to Uaorg Croghan, Kmllah
mlaaary among tha Indiana.
Ilrond Jolnta hla frlrnd and fat.
low acout, Ituund i'aw, Indian
ehttf, and thay aat out. On lha
way thay (all In with a typical
barkwoodamaa, Dalaar CromlL
who Joint tham. Tbt parly an
oountara a group of talllart
thraatanlng a young girl, Elalt
lllnwold. whom thay accuat of
witchcraft Ilrond aavat bar from
tham. Tht lrl dlaappatrt. Wb
tttr dallvara bit niaaaait to
C'roihan. Toung Col. (lanrit
Waahlngton raacuaa Ilrond (mm
bullying Cnillah toldlara. ' lit
worata a bully In a (laht, and
flnda Klalt Lllnwold. Ilrond It
tnt on a tcogilng tipadlilon to
Port Duqaana, and tnrounlara a
band of llraddocka tcoula. tatar
Ilrond and hla companion! find
Pranch tooutlng party btalrg
Ing an old cabin.
CHAPTER IV Continued
Before I coold outgueai him. tie wn
op to one of bli trick. Suddenly
ceiling hli rvilttinc be flopped on
Ml bick ind carried me with blin
bat managed to eicipe the grip of my
leg! ind dnw up lilt kneel. Then
with violent thrust of till irnit ind
turge of bit leg be lent me flying
over bli head.
"Put ipell on htm I Witch hlmf
creamed Cromlt'i voice.
I leaped erect iod whirled ind let
myrelf to aieet the avxt onieU The
force of my fall blurred my vision tor
a moment, ind the Frenchman might
hive bid me bid be out pauied to
jerk i plttol from lilt belt lie rlaked
II on bullet, ind the weapon uiltaed
Are. I ducked the flying plitol ind
lenped upon him. Incited to greater
effort by the Hinging bump on the
top tat my head. We crnMied together
and bugged and tugged Ilka two beara.
I picked hi io up bodily and burled
him igalnat the logi end be Ml to the
floor ii limp ii i aack ol meal. Hut
I would have no more trlikt, and
w hen be itruck I at uion hlio ogutn,
I remember henrlng thrill cry. but
there wn no time to caln. tbe girl.
I mauled the Krtiiclnui.u ihoui for
ome lecondt before I dltcovered be
wit Inert ind offering no renlatance.
At I drew back, thinking I had
broken hla neck, I wal coiitclnui of
Cromlt putting ind lamenting:
"I'lumb forgot you wuiitcd the rogue
tly man bid no more tight In hlin
and I took time to gluoce at my
friend. Hi wut leaning ignlnil the
wall and mopping back bli brUtllug
hair with hnndt that imeared lilt face
a deep red. On (lie floor it bli feet
wn the Indian, killed In a horrible
"Lor'i met Hut thnt waa a wring
worth the fut," Cromlt ninted. "Men-
be It wot the ipell the put on him
when I yelled out, .
"11 III With yout bare hnndiP 1
lie proudly held them uf for me to
"lie wn mortal ittppery even for a
larpcut," faintly replied I'romlu "Men-
be If tlie hadn't witched him
"Where Ii Hier I wildly cried,,
bruihlng the iwent from my eyei ind
quite forgetting tin KrcnrhmuD it I
itnred it her empty blanket and to
tbe open door.
Cromlt itnggcred to the door and at
once emitted a terrible bowl and
grappled wltb mother Indian who iud
denly tilled the doorway. I heard tbe
dull thud of in ix and my friend went
down on lilt kueea.
"The bone-breuklng man Ii mad
from flglitlng," luld Itound I'aw, the
Cromlt, only nightly itunued by the
flat of the ax, llowly gained lilt feet
and itured itupldly ul the Indian and
rubbed hli bend ruefully. The Indian
lighted my Frenchman nnd wltb a
whoop would hnv Jumped upon bltu
bid I not puttied Mm buck
"He li my prlioner. tie goei to
He turned may ind liebeld the lav
age on the Oaor. With yelp of
mnxemenl he bent over hi in and In
veallguled the uiiture ot the mortal
wound. Straightening he lifted bin
x In Dilute to Cromlt, then drove It
Into a log nnd cried :
"Yo Until Ttili It a very hrnve man
who wulki through the land with u
They my he lint killed i man with
III! Iininla. They my lilt name will be
known to many nmloui, (hut be ihull
be culled 'ltoyuuerl"'
"We wtnte time. There li work for
the man of tha Wolf. Find ma the
while girl whom we found In tlilt
caliln. It Ii the girl I fought for at
Will's creek, the one who left Iter
lloxttiikopf with ua, Hlie wot fright-
ened by the fighting ond mo iwoy.
Rhe mint be brought buck. And your
while brother'! legi are weuk. Khe la
out there In tha wooda. She will be
caught by thoie Huron devllt, Oct
her end bring ber buck II you cull me
"She mutt run like a deer to over
take the Huroni. They have met
Hound I'uw. They lay they loat four
men to til in alone." And he proudly
pulled a mai of hair from hit belt.
And there ire two dead at the be
ginning of the woodt and one dead
outalde ind one Inalde tlilt cabin."
"The witch girl bai gone and baa
tnkeo the light rifle dropped by the
Frenchman," declared Cromlt "tlul
Hie wai boneit enough to leave my
good long rifle.
"She Ii bonnatkon. kry orendi telli
me not to travel the lume path,"1 the
"Then I mutt go, and my eyei ire
not iharp like the Wolf (nun's, nor ire
my legi itrong. And let It be remem
bered when yuo would pati mt I pipe
through the camp imoke."
Wltb I grunt be run frtim the cuhln
Cromlt and I endeavored to learn
something from the Frenchman.
"Munileur, I un victim ot war.
Uut It Ii all for France," he told me,
"How muny were wltb your I
He milled through bli bloody Hps
"There wut mother Frenchman wlib
me, who Ii worth a hundred red men.
He will be bere soon wltb some of bli
I pointed to the dead warrior oo the
floor end SRked:
"Shall I tell my friend to make you
He gave a look and wai tumble to
restrain a ihuddvr. Tbeo wlib a
ill rug of hli ihoulderi be laid:
"A lieauvlai can die even like that
I compliment momleur on hit French."
Cromlt edged nearer, working bit
gory Angers. I wived him buck end
spoke In French for my captive's ben
"We will leave It for Bnddock lo
make him talk. He hut many Iro
quoli wltb bli irmy, and they have
curlout wayi wltb wayward tooguei."
"It will he tntereitlng. monsieur
for your Iroquoli, Let ua go to them
nd learn If they can persuade me."
Confound tbe fellow I One cannot
bold a mean grudge against a bravs
"We will at art very sooa. Cromlt,
reload the rifles."
Tbe Frenchman glanced ibout tbe
room and muttered:
"There wot mother bere, a youth.
My children trilled him bere after he
killed one of our Huron t. lie mule
a very pretty fight -ut we ihould
hive dug hlin out If you men bad not
Cromlt celled from tbe door) "Here
comet Itound I'aw. Coming lion.
And he ain't lo my hurry."
Itound I'aw glided Into the cubln
and confirmed what my prlaouer bad
laid ibout lilt red illlet being to
panic Tbe glrl'i trill led to tbe en at
He bad followed II but a ihnrt dls
t a nee. Itcauvali glared it the Ouoo
duga'i girdle and muttered:
"So that Ii why they do not Hop
their foolleb running! What a pity I
1'iMir Pupuyt" In auer to my que
tlonlng look' he widly explained. "The
browo hilr hanging over your d d
friend's blp. L'ntll very recently It
was worn by my good friend Georges
"You found a dead Frenchmaor I
fked Hound I'aw.
He touched the bunk ot brown hair
Ueautats went on. "He received the
Holy F.uchiirlM before we set out He
told nie be ihould never see the Ueuu
tlful Illver again. Poor Oeorges I
laughed it hlin ind laid tl wn tick
fancy. Vollnt A red lavage wean
hit hair In bit belt."
I held l council ot war with my
friend end we decided to travel over
the back trull for few mllvi and look
for ilgm of the Plnwold woman. I
told Cromlt be must tuke the primmer
back, ilto I verbnl report from me.
He itrongly objected to leaving ua,
but a compromise wut reached by bis
agreeing lo conduct the prlioner si
far is the road builders' camp, where
a guard could take blm back to bend
quarters. Ilenuviils volunteered the Informa
tion thnt hit red force was cumpot-ed
of I'otnwatomt, iud that he bad hid
dllllculty In Inducing them to icoul so
fur from the fort
Itound I'aw did oot like my plan,
nd Insisted we ihould he picking off
more of the enemy while fear wn
gripping them and while they bud no
Freuch leaders, Uut 1 wai luspectlng
Love and Youth Can
Will love find a wayi asks the Bos
ton Globe, which then goes on to tell
this: The observer hud missed hla
train and was forced to wait m hour
for the next Al he walked through
the crowd of pusscngcri from in In
coming train he noticed the wiirmth
of emhiuce of young mun and his
girl friend. ( Apparently the win wel
coming him borne from a long trip.
Ten mlniitei Inter he inw them In
itrntigle hold as a train emptied Iti
pnnicngcri at another gate. A the
crowd dispersed, they purted. The hoy
friend win trailed to the waiting
room, where he met the' girl, greeted
her sum embrace, nnd nit down for
a chut again. As another train wua
announced, they agnlu departed. The
hli ilocerlty In searching for tbe Dla
wold girt The Idea waa fixed lo bit
pagan mlbd that she ponreised tbe
evil powers of all sorts of monstrous
beings bonnatkon and It was very
posolble be bod not looked for ber be
yond the edge of the foreet
Bo we set forth and traveled ontll
icndown. : After the tint mile the
frenchman give bli parole oot to at
tempt to enrape until I bud turned
blip over to Cromlt'i care, iud
I released hli irnn ind we fared
pleurnntly. That night 1 drilled Cro
mlt oo the few polnti I desired blm to
report end niade blto repeat If ontll
he had It itrulght enough. Especially
did I warn again! the proposed road
over Will i mountain, ind urged that
Hie valley roud be followed, lo the
morning we cooked iqulrreli and tur
key, and tlenuvali lie heartily. When
I came to tie hli bandi bli iplrtti fell
and he offered :
"1 will renew my parole, monyleor,
until monsieur of the Terrible Uundi
hut -delivered me Into tbe enrtody of
I gladly iccepted It and explained
to Cromlt the man bad passed bli
word not to ittempt escape until
turned over to the road-bullderi. Cro
mlt wai Inclined to be Incredulous end
Initiated he would He the fellow up at
night I explained thli condltloo to
Iteauvoli, who made wry faca but
ulimltted wltb what good grace be
could muster. We separated wltb a
courteous exchange of compliments;
tbeo the Onondaga end I once more)
turned back toward Fort Duquetne.
The glrl'i trail wai eaty to follow
when we left the cabin, and for a
fourth of a mile Itound I'aw bad called
my attentloo to slight signs. Ones
she bad entered the forest she bad re
gained ber wood-sense ind bid con
cealed ber trill wltb consummate can
ning, which meant some deep purpose
( had oot sonpected. Uowever, It wai
too lute to look for her now, for Brad
dock'i builuers could not wilt
Wa found three boopt banding oo a
bush ond I dared oot look at them
closely ontll the Onondaga pronounced
tbe hair lo each to be tbat of a wblta
man. From what I learned later 1
believe these to be irilpi taken from
Cliapmnn'i road-builders. We skirled
the opening where we bad rescued tha
girl end crossed Cistelmin's river,
wblcb wai oot more than inkle deep,
ind looo entered upon blgl and very
Our plan was to scout to the Great
creating of the Youghlogeny that day,
a distance of seventeen miles. This
section ol the country wn excellent
for eurprlte itticki ind iklrmlibea.
I feared tbat once tbe irmy bid id
vnnced thli far It would be surrounded
day and Bight by a cloud of Invisible
Tbat eight we made tbe Creit cross
ing ind camped on tbe west bink.
The rain wn betting down oo oar
biding place wbeo we awoke lo tha
morning. Once we were aoaked to
the iklo we accepted the weather
philosophically, even welcomed It ; for
It reduced the danger of being eur
prlwd by the enemy's Indians.
We traveled slowly ind cantlouily,
li our Held of vision wn Umlted end
blurred by the norm, ind there wn
danger of itumblmg upon some Huron
or Ottswi camp. Wltb our rlflei and
Onondaga'! bow it ring carefully pro
tected from the dampness, we spent a
day lo covering a few miles. The
Ouondnga was Impatient to mske a
swift march of It, but my pluns de
manded that we mould not only ar
rive at Duqnetne but arrive untouched
During our second night lo biding
I perfected my scheme for entering
tha fort unquestioned. . 1 proposed to
enter Alluqulppi'i town In tbe role of
i Frenchman. Her devotion to tbe
Engllab wai well knowo, therefore
my pretence would oot be welcomed
by ber, but her avenloo would all tha
belter establish my itatui among any
fort Indiana who might be there for
the purpose of leduclng ber Dels
wares. From AlUqulppi'l town I would
make for Duquesue. Thli line of pro
cedure made It Imperative that wa
hould not be chased by my enemy
icnutlng party IlIo the Delaware vil
lage. We were following the river and
aiming to make Stewart's croseitig,
eight, miles from the bills. Half the
(llatance hid been covered when our
advance was baited by tbe crasb of
a smoothbore nt one side. Tbe
heavy bull eul a imull branch several
feel overhead. I glimpsed a bronzed
Dgure and fired. We idvanced warily,
and I wai chagrined to And I had
mimed, for there wai no trace of the
Indian and oo hlix-d marka. -(TO
Always "Find a Way"
youth mingled wltb the Incoming
crowd and the girl ruu up to meet
him. To the ordinary onlooker It wn
a fond welcome hgme, but to the ob
server It was an ingenious system of
petting Id public. Love will find a
Netdlet of Ancient Day$
The needles thnt have come down
to us from undent Egypt are very
conrae, but It Is certain thnt Oner
needles mutt hnve been made to make
the delicate embroidery produced by
those people. Judging by the deicrlp
tlom of embroidery In Homur, the
(ireeki also mutt hive hud very floe
Not Shed by Weeper$
One (t the things greatly demanded
by antique bunten In Europe ire
"tear glasses." These are, says
Fathflndcr Magazine, little glasses In
the slender item of which Ii Impris
oned a so-called tear. It looks very
touching, but It Ii deceiving. The
"tear" never came from a sorrowing
eye. It Is merely a flaw In the glass
accidental it tint and skillfully In
tended later. But the name Itself,
wltb the age of the article, is enougb
to make It lought after.
Like the tear glasses of modern Eu
rope were famous "tear vases," or loc
rymatorles, of the ancient Greeks snd
itonians. The ere small vesseli of
glass, or terra cotta, frequently found
Id tombs and In which the mourners
were supposed to bave dropped their
lean. It bus been decided, however,
that tiiey were used to contain un
guents something regularly end gen
erously used at ancient funerals.
Gene Tunney, discussing faked f)rize
flghts, said la New York:
"Of course, yoa cao fake a light If
yon want to. What cao't yoa fuke,
for that matter?
"At a fruit and vegetable show a
chap won the first prize for cabbages
with a magnificent specimen.
"Tbat'i a beauty, that Is,' another
chop mid to blm afterwards. Ill give
yoa half a dollar for It'
"'No yoa won't,' said the prize
winner. 'I gave CO cents for It my-
Corn Sugar for Babiee
Besides Its cane and beets, tha
Cnlted Statei has ao Important source
of lugnr In Its cornfields, altbongb
thla product baa not yet been pro
duced lo any great quantities, due to
tbe Intricate processes Involved In lti
manufacture. It baa proved useful In
medicine, especially for feeding In
fants and Invalids, and lervei in Im
portant purpose in tbe food Industry.
I'opular Mechanics Magazine.
Government Ware on Rate
Tacoroa, Wash, placed Its rata
problem in the bands of tbe biological
survey of the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture. Crude calcium
cyanide applied to the main city dump
oo the tide flats killed 10,570 rats lo
three days, according to estimates.
The appropriation to pay for tbe work
for a year was $1 .200.
There are now at least 10.SU0 farm-
en' co-operative assoclitlooi In the
Cnlted States, wltb a membership of
over 2.0U0.UU0 farmers, doing a -busi
ness amounting to S2.4O0,0UU,0U0 an-
Dually. In 1913 Uiere were only 5,424
associations engaged In buying farm
luppllei and selling farm products.
Holdi Heat and Cold
A combination traveling refrigera
tor and stove bas been devised for
caring for tpod for patients in Bollng-
broke hospital, London. Insulated
compartments, side by side, within tbe
box keeps bot foods bot and cold
things cold. Tbe device Is oo three
wheels and Is propelled by hf nurses.
Something New ,
Bathtub Salesman I beg to call
your attention to the unusual features
of this tub, which Is especially de
signed for those wbo sing while bath
ing. 4t tliat a new beauty and depth,
richer resonance: In other words.
my dear sir, It's orthophony Life,
Tinner Yesterday I fell off an 13-
Lady Merry 1 Too might bave
Tinner Naw, It was only from the
second itep I dropped.
Doctor The only wey for yoa to
regain your Agar la to cut out tbe
Fair Patient Criclouil An yon
going to operate to get that chocolate
I ate thli morning? Detroit News
Echo ot Defeat
"What did yoa learn In school to
"Well, dnd, I learned that your
definition of an Isthmus Is the ber
Customs Official. What have yoa to
Iteturnlng Pnsnenger I declare that
rm glad to get back.
"This Is a one-wny street."
"Still, we'd better look both ways."
Evelyn, age Ova, wat watching her
mother drest a chicken and, seeing
the windpipe for the nrst time, asxea
"Is thnt the chicken's mnearonir
With Cuticura Soap
Anoint the scalp, especially
spots of dandruff and itching, if
any, with, Cuticura Ointment.
Then shampoo with a suds of
Cuticura Soap and warm water.
Rinse thoroughly. A healthy
scalp usually means good hair.
Snap IV. ntrlmant SB aafl Ma. T.Wim tor loll
fvrrywhf. H,milt aai-h tr. Alilrml "OalaM
LaawwiH, m, IMam, IUm."
gf Culieura hini Slick ZSa.
! '; ' ' K-'aS- Q I
t ,yf 'A
Baby bag little rjpseti at times. AO
your care cannot prevent them. Bat yoa
can be prepared. Then yoa can do what .
any experienced nurse wonld do what
most physicians would tell yoa to do
give a few drops of plain Castorla. No .
sooner done than Baby la toothed ; re- .
lief Is just t matter of moments. Yet .
you have eased your child wltboat dm -of
a alngle doubtful drug ; Castorla la
vegetable. So it's safe to use aa often
aa an Infant bas any little pain yoa '
cannot pat away. And It's always
ready for the crueler panga of colic, of '
constipation or diarrhea; effective. too, '
for older children. Ttcenly.ftvt million '
bottUi vert bought tait fear.
I ITaaWllinllMI IllaT Hi ulisill all Ti llaai !
J I RaMtortM Cellar md I
" Tttl' man ai m ax ivTirTiA.
'err-T rain, v rHiT lW. W. J,
FLORESTON SHAMPOO-ttol t or qm ta
couMcuofl with r'wkeii lUir Biin. VakMtte
Wr soft uti fluffy. o eanu by maii or tt drue
tutu. Uiacox Comical Work jVaUctafna, K. f
. . . QUICKLY
Carter's Litis UvwPWa
, Mot aim om mi
itllM litTil rlTla tlhl ifTiT ma)ll ITT 1 IHliHaa.il
wilt do wofMsWtrt, a?cWly wham yom hat
BwrtiMOT of CroubWsi wfck wwiwtivmtiom
Komambor CWr mr a doctor
act ca bo t
4 ui bo tktm b tho on tiro oil.
I Dnmim 2c tad 7S Rod Pichiow.
CARTER'S E5J PILLS
RICH MAKf COR! ffARTKTE1t
trwtr oaaui one, tfolf PA wuh bund. ly.nf iaV
tAvhrtwot; :d lBTry tlota. FraocaUlis tblaf
ptctara of Iuitoaoe, rixtgroM Co. ait.pa. k'aaaat
At La.! A rrnrtaarat RemwHlj fa
Ns Appliance I
No Dragal No Dialing I
Kaaulta poaltlratf suvtataad. Particular
fra on ratjuaaL
O. Moan, box Mt, Xawpott Brack, Calif.
SCHOOL FOR MEN
T mat la- IUSI U, TT ADU a-PI 0FC5J IONJ
a.uro.1 aur tiaia. hmu4 lurliioratura.
OwtOON INSTITVTI OF TICNNOtOOT
I.H.C A-llMf. roMuuut,Orafoa
W. N. U, PORTLAND, NO. 32-192S..
Nothing li so popular ai kindness, -
If yoa seldom express your opinion,
people will ask for it.
Love li probibly tbe only thing tbat
bai more lives than a cat.
While yoa took at what ta given,
look also at the giver. Seneca.
Thli world bil hid several periods
of growing worse instead of better, -
A farmer can make grass grow
where he wants It to, which we can't
do In town. '
Most comfortable kind of goods to
wear In summer, somehow, can't be
made to look dressy.
Big men conferring together never
flatter each other. Indeed, tha ut
most candor prevails.
Wild animals ore not more health
ful than men. If they full sick, they
die promptly ind disappear. ,
"It thli a doll hospital?"
"Wlmt does my doll needT
"A truntfuslon of sawdust" Louis
fc'fiJN PARKER'S I
fSt2l HAIR BALSAM
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