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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1928)
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There. 1 hardly a household (tint
hasn't heard nf t'aatoria! At lenat five
iiiIIIIiiii hiiiiit'i are never without II. If
there lire children In your family,
there's nliiuwt ilnlly need of Its com
fnrt. Anit any lil(ht way find )"ii very
tliiinkful there's a bottle la the houe.
J nut h few drops, anil Hint colic or
mntlnllin l relieved; or Oln rrhi-u
cheeked. A vcceliilile iriiliii't ; baby
remedy men tit for young folk. ('iiRlnrln
Is shout the only thing yon linvn ever
heard doctor arivlae Riving to InfnnU.
Wronger iiiedli'lnca are ilniiui-roua to
tiny baby, however hnnulf'S they limy
b in grown up, flood, olil Ciinlorla!
Remember Hi iiii inn, and rememlier
to buy II. It limy Kinr yon a sleep-h-sn,
ansloua night. It In nlwny ready,
nlwuy m ft' to line; In emergencies, or
for vtryilny ailments. Any linurnf the
day or night Hint Unity become fret
ful, or roth-. Cnxiiirlii wn never
HKin Mi.uliir wild mother tlmn It U
twin y. Kvery druiriilxt linn It.
Traatar far America?
California limy soon gain the li r
from the fiimnu Wok I'ogcg church.
It was In Hie liurli rcj of HiU
church Unit tlrsy wrote lil "Elegy In
Country Churchyard." If the sug
gestion now before Hi local rhnrrh
mum II receives the (Inn I approval of
tli chancellor of lh diocese, the ullnr
III ton cron Hi Atlantic to adorn
III Tlmi-rli of Ilia l.lltle flowers,"
near l.os Angeles.
Worth Knowing When
Winter Cold Comett
I'ld you eior hear of five-hour
remedy fur rvlil'T There I one, and
It really ilmw bring you out of it com
pletely. Kven If It's grlpi. tlilx nieth
oil work, only Inke Ixiitfi-r. I'iie's
('Id Compound In tablet form.
I'li'iiMint tntltig. hut It surely liui the
aolhorlt) !" Adv.
did Man Yea, sir, I've smoked for
ill years and then all of sudden I
Vounit Sinn What brought about
Ilia chunge alter an many yenrsl
(Hit Mini Wi-nt to work In a gmo
A Do' Power.
I.gs hate often contributed to ami
often t-tili I rt.t li- Ilia llvia of I how
wllli uliiiin they rnme In contact.
A "light year" In the spuce traversed
In on year by a my of II; hi. which
In air Iratcls at the rule of IsO.I'rt
ndle a wcnml.
The common chum of illK'tlve dlfll
ftlltlm Ih ixi'I'Hh aclil. HiiiIii ihiiiioI
alter thl ronillllnii, ami It Ihiiiin the
tonuicli. Siiliiclbliig (hut will lieu
tnill.c llic Nclilliy Ih Hie miinIIiIi
thing to Inke. 'Chut Ik why iiIi.vmIcIiiiik
tell thi- imhllc in ne l'hllllw Milk ol
(Hie k km tti fill of Ihln ili'lluhlfiil irc
.'inilloil en n iipiiIi'iiIIkp iiiiiny IIiiii-m ll
volume In mill. It mix 1 1 1 l it 1 1 1 1 ; re
lief Ih iiilri(, mid vry iiiiui'?iit. All
gua Im iIIhhIIi'iI; nil kihii'ii" I coon
gnnei the whole lyatem N awectcned.
Ho try thla iwrfect nnll nclil, nml re
iiicnilicr II In Jit"! u good for children
too, nml iilniNiitit for them to Inke.
Any drug alore hna the genuine, pre
ci Ipllonul product. '
A Romance oE Btraddocls Defeat
CHAPTER IX Continued
of one thing I wua pnnlilve, and I
hold to Hint opinion toilny: Onvrul
llrndilock wui convinced Unit wliut
vr be won inunt be achieved hy hli
lieraomil efTurla. I did lulk with Mr.
Nhlrley, Um coniiiiunditr'i lecretnry,
who mid ha would innka t vvrbnl r
port of wbnt I bad learned while la
l)u(iioniie. Whether he aver did lub
mll Hie liiforninilon I brought, I rail'
nut ray, but I believe Hint be did be
came of hla fear thai Hie ciimpulgn
wui being mlaiiiunnged. I can eirnlly
Imagine llraddiK-b llalanlni to my Im
portant Information and giving It only
panning consideration, 'I" ignnr
lug It etitlrely. That night the army
camped at lluh creek, where Brnrou
ady onia bad I vllluge.
We were now within three euay
Diarchea of Duquenne, even tlioiigli the
army moved alugglalilyi and I could
Dot perceive any reaaon why weilmutd
not attala our otijeetlva. After all, I
lulrt Olet and t'romlt, elckueaa and
death waa ever tlra price paid when
large body of mea, more or lei airun
gera totliell environment, pnai through
a virgin country. I took It for granted
that oa every level bultMllelrt of Ku
rope ahkneaa elnlked every army.
Crowd bad not much to any be
cauae ( the blue fumUhed by bia
drenm. Glut iqioke guardedly and raid
that white auuia phuaee of Die cam
paign were ool to hla liking atlll we
ought ta take the fort wow we were
committed to the Turtle creek courae.
WhIUi wa were tulklng Sir John HI.
Clair and aevcral orllcera came along
and Bt tlnlr called out to ui:
"To men moat know thla country.
To will come along with ui to r
We tell In behind tlirm and were
aoon drareiidliig the ateep bunk Hint
It a chamrlerlnllp of the counlry'a
aireama. Nor wue the nppoalie bank
any more tnvltliig.
HI. tlulr atudlcd the bunk thought
fully for a minute and Hicl aald to hie
Thla la very liud. The army baa
loat heart bevauKe of Mugh travel. If
the country beyond la aa bud aa thla It
III iboui HnUli uny rjilfll Ibat'a !."
"II will tie Impoaalliki to Hike the
artillery and wngona auy further ihun
thla bank, 8lr John, unle' we nd
muck time prep.irlng ImiIIi bnnka. auin
one of Hie eiiilneera.
"That la very iliiln mullervd St.
Clair. "And Unit's the devil of II."
"If you can gel yoiii guua and
wugona acrora, I van auou luke you to
a ridge Unit leads to Ihaiueane.'" sioke
uo (ilt. "Once you are on the ridge,
you won't bate uiucb trouble; and
you'll l.nd the country om-ii uiiii nm
filled fur auibUM-aik-a, or aur print at
Aa Im waa aervlug as guide lo Ocn
erul ItiuddiK'k mid was well known lo
colonial efTiilm, bis worda were He
lened to. BU Oiilr auggeated be try
lo find a niort fuvorable croudng. He
; told them there wa not uimli choice
I at Ih banks continued much I he an me
but be did lead I Hem lo where the en
pronch to Hit creek wiia lea dllllcult
and pointed out a Ihlnly limbered elt
valloo aa Mug the ridge
The chief engineering problem win to
crim Hie creek and amrnd Hie op
poolie bank One young lleiilenaiil
mid if be could have llie ue ol a
hundred soldiers, b ciuild euae Hie
wagoia and gun down one sloie and
haul Ihem up Ihe olhei by uieana ol
Hie I'Uig ciiblea currliil by Hi army
Auolher, who liail charge of the ax
men, guiirniileed reiidlly lo uiiike ruu
wuya of loga nml Ihcrehy grently ei
IH-dltt Ihe pm-puge of the gun and
warn n truln
Glut culled on me lo rvical wind I
alrehily binl Mil Mr. Shirley. Inn led
If the army would crona Ihe creek nml
strike sirulglil for iinueue ll could
nol Im smoked Willi nny degree ol
auciena even If the ludlnna could lie
Imlucid lo alliick al all I guided
('miln'.n llemijiil lo Hnil elTecl. As
I hey did nol cul me idiorl I udded l"i
gi'd imiiMiie. Iluil there would lie
greul duligel l'lh crosnllig ol Hie
Moiioiiguliela Mini Unit ll would Ih-
pracllcully liiiiHwylhle lo avoid mi inn
hum n ile. Iluil lien u Jell ulreudy hud
lilunnrd to plunl an iinihii'h along Hie
tit John seemed lo be alroiiuly I m
presned by m.v siiiteiuciils. uiucli linn
so Hum he would have been hud I
nimle a sliullur lulk al AIcmiimIiIii oi
WIH'b cn-ek WIicii we relurned to
Ilia rump, we fully believed Hie nmr
row's liinrcb would remote ll fioiu all
feur of a nuiaked nlluik The con
vernillou iliiioiig Iheoltli-ers nil Hdlileil
lo this wlx miineiiver, nml om aplrll
Aflel Mil John hud lulked wlin
Mrnddoi k Ul'l neiil fnt t'ronul
nml I led lloiiml I 'hiv holdliiu n h w
won Willi Ihe lew Ih-luWiirea nhlle we
went lo Iluil Hie lilliwiilil girl
Wngnuci Moigiin wim one ol Hie
hint teniindcra lo urrle. dcpplte Hie
m roinlllloll ol hi linrxen He In
rormed ii Iluil om Utile fileml
rliui'lng a kettle Willi luo nol diet
wives. We ihii lociiled her Hhe liud
tnnde her sen known to Hie women Inn
rllll wore her iihihcuIIii guih which
na very aetislb'i ol her I look hei
O'lile for a Utile talk mid ill once oi
lerveil she wo In n anhel luood In
fuel, she bcpiiiciI lo he more iIowiiciini
Hiun when we were lluldliig Tot out
live In Ihe I'rnr.ler ciihln I etideiiv
ured to cheer hei up. mid polutvd oul
By Hugh Pcndexter
CwrlrtI hf llHh PmdnUt,
how thnukful we ahould be for our
dellverunce from I'onllnc's snvuges.
Tluit whs Hit frying puii," she
sighed. "I tell you I feel bad luck,
mister. They'll Jump oo us wlien we
puss through the thick woods. Them
soldiers don't know nny mora nnout
Injuns Ihun as If they wss so many
"You shouldn't Buy such things.
You'll lake Hie heart out of Hit men
1 I hey hear you."
"I ain't a fool even If I come from a
family of nllclies," she sngrlly re
torted. "I'm talking lo you, not to
the soldiers" Then with Inatuul re
penlunce: "I didn't go for to speak
to you llks this, inlnler. But then
women here are scared. And yet all
they lulk about la the rllks and One
rlolhes they'll have when we march
Into Iiuipienne. You'll come and talk
again with' me tomorrer, mlnter?
You've done so much for me.
"I'll tnlk with you. I've dune mrth
lug. You'r hitching the cart ahead
of the liorte. If not for you. I never
could bnve left the luiut-siie stock-
"I tell you It wus the Injun who
done all Hint."
'Aflei you had told hltn of my dan
ger and hud planned for ua to acule
the water gnte und tin I you Hulling
with a cunoe. I'll aee you tomorrow,
and Ihe neil duy; and on Hie third
day I'll see that you get some of the
tine cloth If the Kren'h don't burn
everything before leuvlng Ihe fort."
"I reel bud lurk, bill I'll hoie for
the he!." she muttered. "And don't
go Into dmiger, miner."
The luit wut so Incongruou after
whnt we hud been through logeiher,
and In view ot Ihe purl I muM piny
as sroul, thul I liiughed and eve she
smiled, slhelt a bli wistfully Rlieguve
me her amall hand and eyed me with
atrange aleudlne; then dliconrerled
me by gmvely inylng:
There ain't no vhroud around you
yet I'm thinking you II live througli It.
Croiiill cuuie up In Mine lo hem Hit
Dial and anxhundy Inquired: "What
about me. Hilary III mould was
milling, hut hi eye were unenny
Hhe hesitated, then mid him:
"Anyone you come In grip with will
With Hila he abruptly left us snd
hunled beraelf al Hie lire.
We went lo where Hie ium-ers were
camping and looked for t'ohmel Well
ington, but be hud nol yel refNirted
lo llmddock. I did meet I'nplnln Hu
by. howeter. He bud lout niueh of hli
stoulner and wus a leun and hard
bb a hound
"Wehfter llnnid, by all Hint l
qutilut '." he cried on recognizing me.
And Hill lime he was eager to clup
my bund, "l ie looked for you all
along this ruraed uiiirch and throuith
all Hie curved days we've crawled ami
Addled awu) Hie lime l ord! but I'm
glud Ilia AleMindilu folk ciin'l
wluil a rough lookltig lot we are.
Where huve you Ih-cii and whul do ynu
think we'll do nexlT"
I etplulned. and he declared ni) lu
lueniie trip dlplued "diiiiiln-d" rare
nHirlmniohlp I Mil him Hie worrl
of Hie ciimpulgn win met and Mint we
would lie free from Imllnn attack
after we bud cromil the creek and
luki-n to the rlih:e.
"A fight would he wvlcoiiie," he
lealll) replied, "li s lid d-d rruwl
ing along, like a Worm on a leut, I hid
luki-a Hie gimp oul ot Ihe men II
you'd alnyed villi u from Ihe lime we
qull Will' crirk. youd undernliind
bow Irllles ciiii eul Ihe heart oul ol
a mini WihhI lick iiiiiio) more Kiiple
Ihun tiger do. Iteully. we ollli-cm ol
Die Vliglnliin have given up our- lug
guge miliuiil until we cnrcely have
illiylhlng left except wluil we have on
I bo'ie Ihere'll be mini' clean linen al
liuipicriie. If there lint. III nevei
foi give Ihe French I upane Hie
folk hmk home are thinking tonight
Hull we're already In lniiiifiie."
There was no "liuck hoioe" fol me,
no folk lo Ion rn how I bad fared;
and I hud nothing lo any He run on:
"I've wnl word to Jom-phlne by
every explens. bill prohulil) ahe linxii I
received one oul of live ot my lei
lei. I told her I hiiiln I neon you So
vou don't ex-l we'll I ntinckeil by
Die led devil on nm way in Hie
America. Great Debt
I'loiieel nml hers pluveil n grenl pirl
ill Amcricuti uiiiiiiIm. Hollowing Hit!
one I hey loved Hie) liiuile homes
prion up in Hie wlldi-riiex r'nun
helping lo Im i lil Hie cuhln ruhdug the
little crop, tveiivlng the clothes ilovvn
the long ruiige ot ceiiM'ler-s toll which
from lei life holds, Hie) were cowmk
era wllh Hie men who gute America
IS liilc luidciiil ol III I .en h A Knx
mink write In Ihe Nmioiuil Itcpuhllc.
Around the wide iiioiilheil lliepliii'es
nl lilghl III Hie Icolnted ciililn Hicne
mother ol Aiiielleiill yenleiiluy hlld
the foilmlullou mourn ol Twentieth
ceiilui) procrcsr. Here they luiighl
letnoim liefore the coming ol Ihe
choolm,inier ; here they lulmlil rell
glut' from the preeloim luinlly lllhle
Innj before Hi sleepius ol while
"Not If we follow Ihe ridge road.
Yes, If we follow the river rond."
"Then I'm glud It's the ridge. Ite
inemher, Web, how we ured to pluy
at lighting Indians and always pluiined
to run Into un ambuscade and make a
very narrow escape? Lord, thai seems
million yeurs ago, We didn't want
any open ridge marching In those days.
Nothing but bloody fighting In the
shrubbery at the foot of the Carlyia
gnrdens. And how we used to rescue
fair Biuidensl How Joe would squeal,
she was that nervous; and how cool
and collected the Haze girls always
were! Jot wus mora fun she felt
her part niore. Web, our hearts were
higher then than now. Time hat made
cowards of us of me, anyway. And
who would have believed that
would be bert together like this oa
the short of Hit d d creek I Thank
Rod thul Jot Isnt bert to be res-
"Amen lo that!" And 1 wished and
wished thut the witch girl was as safe
as Josephine of old Alexandria.
He urged me lo rhare mess with
tilts snd several others from the home
town, but I wus uneusy snd preferred
to fuke a piece of meat from the
rangers' fire and to prowl deep In the
woods for freah algus until the dark
ncss drove me In.
Wbeo Ihe drums beat the long
march on Ihe morning of Hie seventh
I turned oul to ssrlst In gelling Ihe
wagons across Ihe creek, tut what
waa my amusement to learn that the
course bod been chnnged during (be
night's council, and thai 8L t'lulr bad
Anally decided ll would be best tor
Ihe army to awing clear of Ihe rugged
country entirely and to march direct
for the Monongiihels.
This would oecesillule crossing at
a point where the river bends lo the
north, and after marching across the
bend, to recross JuM below the mould
of Turtle creek. This shift In plan
waa due to the excellent forda and
their gently sloping bunks There
would be no d'fllculiy In cnwslng Hit
guns and wugons. Destiny was tak
ing ihe (dim old girl snd me bark to
tl frailer cuhln.
I buuled up IheOnomluga and found
him frexhly imlnled for war and softly
reminding tils orenda thut he was a
nnin of the Wolf chin. After finishing
hla chiiiitlng lie cried out to me:
"Yo-hiih I They sny some very brave
men will die before two more sleeps,
while brother. Tliey sny It Is not
food for UM-n ui grow aid until they
find sll men I tough."
The Kretub will die bravely If tbey
light," I agreed.
They any Hie Fmxb will not die
alone, ll will tie a very strung tight
There will he no tl-lil unless lleno
)cu run drive Ids Indluns Into (nuking
s surprise attack."
"There will I a tight." he gruvely
assured me "Many axe will be cov
ered witli new palnl (blood! They
my Ihe t'ligllsh from over Ihe Blinking
wuier du nol ki:i how to tight."
The iMdawnres have told you that.
They talk like old women."
"A wolt howled In Hie night to He
Wolf auin." he correceld The talk
of nur nephews. Ihe lnl Lenupei goes
by Hound I'uw's ear without enter
lug Let the witch woman change her
ell into a ood and fly awuy."
"Let nij red brother keep thut talk
thul up In hi bug." I wirued secret
ly u I urn led hy his reference to Hie I 'in
weld girl. Km should there I a rttit
with Ihe fort Indluns I retired h
would refuse lo hide In a wagon until
II wus over; snd II did seem a cruel
Inline Hull after etaplng from Kra
xler's cuhln she should run the rlk
nt being hideously killed within gun
allot of It
"Lei del turn hersell Into a bird and
rly buck lo Hie SnMiiehnnna." he culled
I hiiKletied on. eugel lo tlnd Ihe girl
and pervuiiile hei lo stay well hark
among the wagon. Kven II we were
amhuhid and well blooded Hhe -would
be aufe al Ihe rear of the line. The
Mivuge could ne v el break through
even though Ihey rhoulri -punish Hie
head of Hie army.
Site greeted in shyly and waa
airungcly willing lo d as I aaked. I
wus surprised und pleused with bel
utqiilem-eme; for I knew (he hud hut
Utile thought tor her own safety
There """, howevei. a smiill condl
llou attuched to hei promise; and slie
expreiwed ll lliur.
(TO UK t'llNTINllKD.t
to Pioneer Mothers
churches dotted the tnmlni-npe. All
Ihe seedn ol clvlllxullou Ihey plmile.l
on each new frontier, a the men
plmiled Hie wlieut In the newly turned
soil, drained the swamps and relied
the fnivte Toller, mother, teacher,
preacher nil lhee In one was a typ
ical pioneer woman who furthered ih
cu ue of America.
Honei- Shutli "Amplifier!
An old superntlilon Hint horses
kulls Improve Hie ucounllcs of mil
nlr-rooms Is revived by Ihe discovery
In un i:iigllh Seventeenth century
inn nor house ot between thirty and
forty homes' nkulls arranged under
Ihe noorhoarils. The hone was thul
of a family of Doted munlcluus.
Some Revised Opinion
About ths Red-Haired
Scientist have discovered all kinds
of odd fuels about humanity.
Kor Instance, on expert recently
stilled Hint he had never seen a bald-
heuded lunatic I
Now comes the even more peculiar
disclosure Hint red-lieuded girls muy
be bow-legged, but brunettes are, as a
rule, knock-kneed. These fuels are
bused on data supplied by a certain
artists' club which bus been collect
ing statistics respecting Its models.
Another Interesting point Is that
red-haired women suffer less from se
rious diseases than their darker sis
ters. This Is due to the fact lhat their
skin throws off polnon more rapidly
than a dtirk person's,
Also, red bulr, which a generation
ago was Jeered at, nowadays Is ad
mired, ss It should be. The red
haired girl has proved thut she Is not
hot-tempered, but, as a rule, much bet
ter bnlunced mentally than a brunette.
No Time Jutt Then to
Think About Fairness
Valentin (iurtlns, the millionaire oil
man, suld In New York the other day
that there Is a great overproduction
f nd consequent wuste of all.
"Nevertheless," Mr. Garflus went on.
"there are men who snatch oil prop
erties as unfulrly as well, It's like
"A chop, wild wllh hunger, rushed
up to a railway station lunch counter.
The counter was crowded, and he only
had a minute to catch his train. Muni
he go without food? It looked like it.
Two beautiful sandwiches hsd Jut
been set before two gentlemen, and
the chap grabbed one of them up.
"'Here,' Its owner snarled. 'Here,
that ain't your sandwich!'
"Ain't Itr said the chap, as he
sllpiied ll In his pocket. Then I guess
this must be mine.'
"And he grabbed op the other
gentleman's sandwich, and galloped
off and caught hla train Just as It wus
moving from the station."
Ta Whimiical Max.
Paul Jones of the family of the
University of Pennsylvania, snld on
his recent return from Kumpe:
"I have a great admiration for Max
Reerbohm. and In Auguxt I visited him
In his villa at Itapallo on Ihe Italian
"I hnd visited hi in before, and had
told him a story about James Joyce;
but I forgut this on my second visit.
and retold the Joyce story.
The whimsical Max, when I On
"That's a good slory, bul, really
If you tell It to me again I shall have
lo tell It to you."
Culli Liked Strawberries.
Siruiue plciili- gueats were enter
tained at a clambake on the shore at
llelfual. Mnlne. when a flock of sen
gulls, after circling uboul. swooped
down and made an attack on a pint
of slraulierry Inns, although they left
the apple turta on the plate. Only
one or the bird surceeded In gelling
sway with one of the tidbits of de
sert, snd be was followed for some
dlnlnnce by the others trying In gel a
Lait ( the FUmiagMi.
The vivid tolor of lb flnmlngo muy
have been driven from Ihe earth by
the hi't hurricane. The lut exUtliiE
I colony of ihe birds wn on Andros
i Inlnnd In the Riibauuis, which was
! badly bit by the slorin.
TrUli of til TuK'er.
"Can you Imagine niiyihlng worse
than being conistnlk and having your
ears pulled by farmer?"
"How about being a potuln with
your eyes full of dlii?"-Montreiil
Too few of us I live Ihe co'irnue lo
use whul education we huve unless
some one hue given us a diploma cer
tifying nur right to It. Amerluia
tt Is the go uMter that does It. hill
the bystander sees how ll Is done.
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A Kanuf mother Myit "When hit mm
yent old baby hd whoopinff cough, ('tuc
6av quick relief from coughing tpclU. It
i wonder ui,M
lliblct ind ehiMren can o Millt h tparej
murh suffering from whooping cough trpm
Cold trul ought. tk any phyMctan or
trained nnrw cboiit the remarkable proper
tie of Grew. When aymptonM of thrsai
appear, rire this toothing, heating remedy C
rice. Whooping tough U lightened, croMf
tthtvtd without vamttina, cotdt checked,
cougha atopped imwudtetyl Con taint aa
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Trial bottU ol In. ! and I
cnpol UK book, 'Lumum a! Isiaau and
For Galled Horses
Hanfords Balsam of Myrrh
For every stomach
and Intestinal 11L
This good old-fasbr
looed berb bom
remedy for constl.
potion, stomach Ills
and other derange
menta of the sys
tem so prevalent these days Is In eren
greater faror as a family medicine
than In your grandmother'a dsy.
Libejrsl Cradlm. Biff nroftu for woi
Pavinc top notch BricaM for feO aart, Fate
maurlupt boominf . Smn4 tocUr for prieo lit.
Trana-M da lata k "LQ"T
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SCHOOL FOR MEN
Traiai- la BUllKUS, TSDU m PS0FB510M
Luruti auy tiH. hntl fcr liMraturv.
ortcaoa) institute or tichnoloqt
V M. C. A BI1. r.Mrtlxxi, Uncus
W. N. U, PORTLAND, NO. 47-1928.
A Treat ia Store.
dure Sherliluii. the culHor of half-AtnerU-an
and hulf-Kngllsb blood. I
comlnK back to lecture osiiin. She
sold the oilier day lo London cor
resiMindeiit": "Sly other Amerlrtin lectures failed
liecaue Ihey were l heavy. My ne
U-etures nill he llhl and airy full of
eil;rams. you know. My lecture on
love, for eauiile, will begin:
"l.ove-imiklng conslnts in a man run
ning after you till you bind hlm.H
Itehohotli Sunday MeniliL
W.ll, Mayb. Not.
"1 have Ix-en i-i-nilliii! some of the
urtlrli-a In Woman's Home l'omiimlon
on why Hoile mnrey," wrote one bus
bnnd. "I don't believe the authors
know why they marry," he added.
Imitator are n servile ra.
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w. icli contains proven directions.
Urmtv "Bsyer" boxa of IS tablets
Al o bottles of it sad 100 Druggl!.