Mosier bulletin. (Mosier, Or.) 1909-19??, September 02, 1910, Image 3

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    11c for Dressed Veal
Smith pays it. and he will pay
12e fo r Dressed Pork.
16e fo r L iv e Chickens.
25c doz. fo r Fresh Eggs.
Smith does not charge commission.
You get
A L L your money when you ship to Smith.
Address
F R A N K L. SM ITH M EAT CO.
T J * h t in g th e B e e f T ru s t”
PO RTLAND , OREGON
BUSINESS COLLEGE
TEITN KO MORRISON, PORTLAND, OREGON
A. P. A R M S T R O N G ,
LL. B .,
P R IN C IP A L
O ur* la adm ittedly the high-standard comm ercial
achool o f the N o rth w est. Tcachera h avin g both
buaineas and professional experience q u a lify stu­
dents fo r success, b y in d iv id u a l instruction i f
desired, in a short tim e and a t sm all expense.
Position fo r each as soon as competent. O pen all
the year. Catalogue, business form s and pen-
work free. W rite today — there is m oney in it.
H lg h S ta n d a rd
T l- o io u g tl C o u rs e s
Session begins Sept. 12. ' 9
Per catalogue ad-
dress Dean,
D r . S , !.. J o s e p h i,
6 1 0 D e k u m B ld g ., F o r t ia n d , O r e g o n
Traveling on a Time Limit.
A woman having with her a husky
looking boy recently boarded a street
car on a line that exacts full fare for
children over 10 years of age.
When she tendered the conductor
the change for one full and one-half
fare he looked at the boy suspiciously
and Inquired:
"How old Is that boy, madam T"
"W ell,” replied the mother, “ he will
be 10 years old today, but he wasn't
born until late In the afternoon."—
New York Times.
Alfalfa Juice a Curative.
Alfalfa, hitherto holder of a plebeian
• in Order to Secure New Silk Dress place In the food scheme. Is destined
to become a comprehensive medicative
She Gives Bead to Siiter— Can
and remedial agent that will put all
Get Him Back.
others In the shade, according to Dr.
“ I haven't Been your pet dog for Marian N. Clark, who announces the
leveral days," said a devoted husband discovery of remarkable curative pow-
[ ers In the plant and blossoms. Her
to his wife.
.
“ No," she replied; “ the fact Is, 1 idea, already carried out on a small
scale and suggested by the methol In­
have given him away."
"Why. you needn't have done that. dustry, Is to electrolyze the alfalfa
I had not particular objection to him." and condense Its healing elements to
"Oh, I know that!
But I thought vest pocket size—a haystack of medl
that It was not right for me to have cine In a tiny tablet Dr. Clark re­
a pet dog about the house when I counts many Instances of curing with
have such a good, kind husband to the condensed alfalfa Juice many nerv­
ous aliments, from D. T.'a to that tired
lavish my affections upon."
The husband sank into a chair with feeling. One of these was the aggra­
vated case of a Heno sport who bet
a deep sigh.
"How much do you want, Mary?" on Jeffries and drowned his sorrow In
cobras
be asked, as he drew his purse from so many tall ones that the
bla pocket; “ it can’t be a sealskin came to get him. The condensed hay
expert beat ’em to It, and cured the
jacket, for tho winter Is over."
"N o," she said, "It Is not a sealskin victim so effectively that now he shud­
jacket, darling; but I would really like ders at sight of even a dog. If the dog
Tobacco chewing,
a new silk dress this summer, and you Is a growler.
know it has to be bought and made gloomy thoughts of suicide. Insomnia,
and a host of other undesirable things
and all that."
"Now," he said, as he handed her fade away like the mists of the morn­
the money, "what proof of your af­ ing under the soothing Influence of a
fections will you give me when you few forkfuls of alfalfa bunched up Into
want another dress, since you have a tablet. _________________
given away your dog?"
Mothers win find Mrs. W in slo w 's Soothing
“ Oh,” she sweetly replied, “ I've Byrup tut* b -a t rem edy to use lot th sir chiltlree
du rin g the teetM u g period.
given the dog to my sister, and I can
get him back again!”
An Irresponsible Client.
The lawyer of a man named Tern-
bornlno, who was being tried for theft
Then We'd Hear Thing*.
"It’s In the world of politics,” said In the Paris courts recently, pleaded
the talkative man, “that the truth ol that Tambornlno was not quite ac­
the old saying, ‘Money talks,' Is most countable for his actions. This de
fense made the prisoner so angry that
frequently proven.”
“ Yes," replied the wise citizen, “but he leaned over the dock and knocked
if hush money would only talk, what his lawyer flat on the floor of the
sensations we would have.”— Catholic court. The lawyer was not much hurt
Standard and Times.
and rising to his feet, made use of his
client’s violence so cleverly that he
secured an acquittal.
AGREED.
I W IF E ’S P E T DOG W AS U S E F U L
R ed,
K O D A K S
ru »“®“
W rite fo r catalogues and literature.
D eveloping
and printing. Mail orders given prom pt attention
Portland Photo Supply Co.
149 Third S treet
P O R T L A N D , O RE.
H I L L MILITARY
ACADEMY
P O R T L A N D . O REG O N
Send your boy w here he w ill
have good, stron g training. Fall
term opens Septem ber 14th 1910.
W rite fo r catalogue.
B yes,
A lle n ’s Foot-E ase is a c erta in cu re f o r h o t .
iw e a tin g , callu s, and sw o llen , a ch in g feet. Sold
by a ll D ru ggists. P r ic e 25c. D o n ’t a ccep t a ny
su bstitu te. T r ia l
p a ck a ge
F R E E . A ddress
A lle n 8. O lm sted, L e R o y , N. Y .
_ _
or Copper, $1. M ailing envelopes and fa ll price list
pent on application. Control and Umpire work so*
lie 1 ted. Reference: Carbonate National Bank.
1 or 1,000 at fa cto ry prices.
PACIFIC TENT AND AW NING CO.
27 N . First St., Portland, Or.
W a te ry
BeemsJ to Be In Line.
The small newsboy was leaning up
against the wall, sobbing bitterly.
“ Cheer up, my Uttle man,” said a
passerby. "W hat’s the use of wor
rylng? You may be president some
day."
"S-say," sobbed the little fellow, “ It
s-sure do 1-look as If I wus h-headed
dat way; somebody's alters a-roastln'
m e!"
__________________
It C u r e s W h ile Y o u Wellt.
o w a r d e . b u r t o n - A «w je r and cb .m !«»,
Leudville, Colorado. Specimen price«: Gold,
H
Silver, Lead, $1. Gold, Silver, 75c; Gold. 50o: Zino
Cots, Hammocks, Canvas and Covers
W eary,
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
Diamond Will Indent Steel.
While the diamond Is the hardest
substance known It Is also brittle and
may be fractured by a blow. But If It
Is placed between two hard steel faces
In a hydraulic press and a slowly ac­
celerating pressure applied the hard
steel will become Indented.
T e n ts , A w n in g s, S a ils
W eak,
Relieved By Murine Eye Remedy. Try
Murine For Your Eye Troubles. You Will
L i k e Murine.
It Soothes. 60c at Your
Druggists. Wri*e For Eye Books. Free.
B ru t* .
With almost girlish pride she dis­
Fudge— Troublesh
never
comsb played the crullers she had cooked for
shingly. Thash my 'sperience.
him with her own little hands.
Smudge— Mine, too. I'm smarrled
"How do you like them?" she ven­
m'shelf, ol’ man.
tured at tea.
"W ell," he chuckled, trying to ex­
tract his teeth from one, ‘“It would
Proof at Hand.
have been better If you had made
Magistrate— Who Is the prisoner?
Policeman— He says he’s a foreign them very much larger. Then I could
have used them as automobile tires."
nobleman, your honor.
Magistrate— Did you search him?
If Your Eyes Bother You
Policeman— Yes, and all I found was
get a box o f P E T T IT ’S E Y E SALVE,
a pawn ticket and 3 cents.
old, reliable, most successful eye rem­
Magistrate— Then he evidently told edy made.
All druggists or Howard
the truth.
Bros., Buffalo, N. Y.
Instinct.
Sick magnate (feeb ly)— What Is
that on the table there?
Secretary— That? That la the doc­
tor's medicine case.
Sick magnate (relieved)—Thanks.
I— er— thought It was a camera.
O wn Up Now,
Eleanor, aged six, bad been going
to school only a tew weeks. She had
learned to raise her hand If she want­
ed anything. One day she put this
Into effect when she was sent to the
chicken bouse to e-t some eggs.
COLLECTORS
Just as she reached the chicken
W e Buy and Collect Notes, M ortgages, and Real
house door her mother heard her say:
Estate Contracts.
No Collection No C harge.
Two.
“ AH you chickens that have laid an
Worcester Bldg.,
Portland, Ore.
Seymour— I didn't know that Bref-
egg, raise your hands.”— The Delinea­
fums had two automobiles.
tor.
__________________
Ashley— He hasn’t.
W a te rm e lo n S w e e t P ic k le s .
8eymour— But I heard him say he
Layer of grape leaves, layer of rind;
had two runabouts.
sprinkle teaspoonful of alum, cover
Ashley— One of them Is his w ife’s.
with water, and let simmer on stove
Trains for success in the Industries.
until clear. Set aside to cool. To
A Soft Snap.
Provides practical and liberal educa­
tion. Strong Faculty. Modem Equip­
“ The new secretary will b « • sort one pound of rind take one pound of
sugar, one-half pint vinegar, six
ment.
Offers courses in Agriculture, of assistant president.”
cloves, four sticks of cinnamon, and a
Forestry, Domestic Science and Art.
“ He’ll have plenty to d a "
Engineering, Commerce and Pharmacy.
“ I don't doubt It. But, nay, how'd small piece of white ginger root. Boll
you like to be an assistant vice-presi­ rind and sirup 30 minutes and can
Fall Term Opens Sept. 23, 1910.
while hot.
dent?"
Illustrated literature, giving full in­
formation, sent free on application.
Mutually Agreeable.
Address the Registrar, Corvallis, Ore.
Bells— But do you think you and
ho are suited to each other?
“ I used Cascarets and feel like a new
Nell— Oh. perfectly! Our tastes are
man. I have been a sufferer from dys­
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR K. i S. BRAND Of
quite similar. I don't care very much pepsia and sour stomach for the last two
for him. and he doesn't care very years. I have been taking medicine and
Blueing
Disinfectant Spray
much for me.
other drugs, but could find no relief only
Ammonia
Cold Water liquid Starch
for a abort time. I will recommend
Cascarets to my friend* as the only thing
“Clean, 0 ”
Non-Boiling Washing Fluid
Literary Success.
for indigestion and sour stomach and to
“ W ell, how's things?"
K . a ND S chemica , . © . '
"Fine,” replied the author. "The keep the bowels in good condition.
Thev are very nice to eat."
critics pronounced my last novel to
1’1 casant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good.
worthless that I have six publishers
Do Good. Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripai
10c. 25c. 50c. Never sold in bulk. The g«n-
bidding
for
my
next
book.”
‘ P h a r m a c is t s ^
N e t h & C o .“ "
OREGON AGRICULTURAL
COLLEGE
SOUR STOMACH
Wt MAPfUFACrUffe All DRUG gPeciALTlgS
P h o n e M a in 113
401 Main SL
Vancouver, Washington
A TRIP TO PORTLAND FREE
CUT KATES IN
PAINLESS DENTISTRY
Painless E x traction .......Free
Silver F illin g s ................... 50c
Gold F illin gs...................... 75c
22 K. Gold Crow ns ............... $3
Porcelain C r o w n s ...............¿3
M olar Gold C ro w n s............. $4
Bridge W o rk , 22 K. G o ld ... .$3
In lay Fills. Purs G o l d ........ $2
V e ry Nice Rubber P la t s ... .$4
Best Rubber Plate on E a rth .............................. $7
A L L T H IS W O R K IS G U A R A N T E E D .
Don't throw your money away. A dollar aaTed
la twodollars earned. O ur original reliable Modern
Painless Methods and our perfected office equip­
ment saves us time and your money.
IO S T O N D E N T IS T S . 5th * M o rr is e s , P e rt Ia n A
Entrance 291 Vj Morrison, opposite Postoffice and Meier A
Prank. Established in Portland 10 years. Open ereniar*
aatil 8 and Sundays until 12t30. for people who work.
U n io n P a in le s s D en tists
O u t-o f-T o w n Peop le
>er that our force It se organised that
entire Crown. Bridee and Plate werk
eo-ary
Positively painleaa extract-
platea or bndees are ordered. w # ro­
w -si ti ve teeth and roots without the
at adonta, no uncertainty, bet spaoial
s most scientific sad careful work.
Hit Habit.
Miss Oushlt— Harry Is so partlcula.
He waited till I consented to go out
rowing with him before he proposed
Miss Cute—Oh, any girl about her*
could have told you that
-Real Reason.
"That man never gets any sleep."
"Stays
up all
night bumming
around, eh?"
"Naw, the poor cuss has a baby In
the house.”
Cautious.
"What's a’ your hurry, Sandy? It's
not 10 o’clock y e t"
“ Well, ye see. Ah've changed ma
lodgln's, an’ Ah 'm no vera weel ac
quaint wl' th’ new staircase."
There Was a Man.
There was a man lived In our block
who tinkered on an eight-day clock
When asked why so, he answered:
I'm Just trying to Improve my time I”
So Says Pa.
U ttle W illie— '"Say, pa, what Is
faith without works?"
Pa— "Faith without works, my son,
is about as useless as a watch without
wheels.”
A Suitable Match.
"What became of that duck of a
g lr ir
" I’m sorry to say she married >
quack."
Modest.
-gb e’s * very modest girt.“
"Vary. She won't even go shopping
tn Atlantic City In bar bathing suit.*
« * * * * * * * # # # # # # # # *
GROWTH BIGGEST W H of the Y ou n gsters $
IN SMALL CITIES f p f * * * « * * * * $ * * * * * a i
Places of Less Than 50,000
Make Greatest Increase.
Average Record Not Up to 1900—
Many Places in West Report
Phenomenal Advance,
Washington— Careful, though unoffi­
cial, analysis o f the returns from the
thirteenth census on cities thus far
announced reveals that the increased
rate o f urban growth for the last de­
cade over that o f 1890 to 1900 has
been confined largely to places having
a population o f less than 50,000.
While un versa»/ there has been a
healthy increase, in a large majority
o f cities exceeding 50,000, the rate of
the previous decade has not been main­
tained. In no instance so far has an
actual loss o f population been shown
and present comparisons are only on
the rate o f growth.
The population o f 63 cities of more
than 25,000 has been officially announ­
ced. These are somewhat more than
one-fourth of the estimated total num­
ber of such cities in the country.
Four announcements cover critiea of
more than 400,000 people.
They are
St. Louis, with 687,029, or an increase
o f 19.4 per cent as compared with an
increase o f 27.3 per cent as Bhown by
the census of 1900; Pittsburg, with
533,905, or an increase o f 18.2 per
cent, as against an increase in 1900 of
31.3 per cent; Buffalo, with 423,715,
an increase o f 20.2 per cent, as com­
pared with 37.8 in 1900, and Detroit,
with 465,766, an increase o f 63.0 per
cent, as compared with 38.3 per cent
ten years ago.
A decidedly better average is shown
for the nine cities whose population
ranges between 200,000 and 400,000.
These are:
Denver, 213,381; St. Paul, 214,744;
Providence, 224,326; Kansas City,
248,381; Jersey City, 267,779; Wash­
ington, 331,068;
Newark, 347,469;
Cincinnati, 364,646; and Milwaukee,
373,857. For this group the average
growth amounted to 33.8, as compared
with an increase of 26 per cent in the
1890-1900 epoch. But this high aver­
age is due in large measure to the ex­
ceptional showing made by Denver
and Kansas City, two o f the smallest
cities of the class.
Denver scored a
growth o f almost 60 per cent, as com­
pared with a little more than 25 per
cent for [the previous 10 years, and
Kansas City, (almost 52 per cent, as
against less than 24 per cent in the
previous decade.
The mean for the 10 cities o f be­
tween 100,000 and 200,000 is favora­
ble to the 1890-1900 period, to the ex­
tent o f almost 4 per cent, the average
for 1900 being 35.7 per cent, and that
for 1900-1910, 32 per cent.
But not­
withstanding this general falling off,
the rate o f growth was more evenly
maintained in this than in any other
class. There were not so many ex­
tremes. The advantage also was with
1900 in the 21 places o f from 50,000
to 100,000, the average gain being
41.6 per cent, as against 39.1 in 1900.
It should be explained, however,
that Oklahoma City and Schenectady
have been excluded from thia calcula­
tion on account o f the abnormal in­
crease in both.
From the 25,000 to 50,000 grade,
Muskogee, Okla., and Flint, Mich., are
eliminated for the same reason that
Oklahoma City and. Schenectady are
taken out o f the 50,000 to 100,000
class. Because o f their high figures
they would run the average up to an
unwonted extent.
But even without them, the showing
is altogether in favor of the last cen­
sus. With Flint and Muskogee out,
the mean growth is almost 48 per cent,
while the increase for the same places
in 1890-1900 was 25 per cenL
Teaciier— What Is ignorance, Bobby?
Bobby— Ignorance Is when you don't
know anything and somebody finds It
ouL
One day small Margl* was standing
at th* window when it began to hall.
"Oh, look, mamma!” she exclaimed.
" I t ’s raining pills!”
Papa— I hear you ware a bad girl
to-day, Flossie, and mamma had to
spank you. Little Flossie— I wasn't
bad, but I got spanked Just the same.
I don't see what you ever married a
achool teacher for, anyway.
Stranger— Are there any fish In this
stream, little boy? Little Boy— Yes,
sir. Stranger— W ill they bits? Little
Boy— I dunno. None of ’em ever bit
me.
Small Johnny— Mamma. I can't tell
a lie. I took a piece of pie from the
pantry and gave It to a poor Uttle boy
who was nearly starved.
Mamma—
That's right, dear. And did the poor
little fellow eat It? Small Johnny—
You bet 1 did.
“ See here, young man,’’ said the
atern parent, “ why Is It that you ara
always behind in your studies?” "B e­
cause," explained the youngster, " if I
wasn't behind I could not pursue
them.”
ESTABLISHED 40 YEARS
S IX T H , A T M O R R IS O N S T „ P O R T L A N D , O R .
We want you to try this Piano IN YOUR
HOME FREE. We want you to try it at
our expense because—
A t the end of thirty days the Piano
ITSE LF will convince you o f the following
I facts:
I t ’s the best value on earth for the price
($275).
I t ’s MUSIC A LL Y and MECHANICALLY
f
right!
i
We know there is so much real value in
this Wellington Piano— w e’re selling for $275- on easy payments—that
w e’re willing to let it be I T ’S OIF.V SALESMAN.
It will tell it’s own story to you—in your home— if you’ll send us the
coupon.
Please sen., me mil particulars concerning this unusual Plano offer.
Name............................................
Address.
f m m s m 3 Dr. B. e . W right
BU S IN E S S COLLEGE
PRICES-
M s C r m i. . $5.0*
22k Bridge Fes* $3.50
F A S H IO N H IN T S
WASHItöTOmENTttSTS-, PO RTLAN D
PRACTICE ILLEGALLY!
Itinerant Optician* Work Rural Dis­
trict* Without State License.
The Oregon State Board o f Examin­
ers in Optomery will pay a reward of
$25 to anyone causing the arrest and
conviction o f any person or persons
testing eyes and selling glasses who do
not hold a certificate issued to them by
the Board o f Examiners.
It is not
alone necessary for them to possess
theis certificate, hut it must be regis­
tered with and countersigned by the
Clerk o f the court, in each county
where the holder practices. The public
in general is hereby warned not to pnt-
ronize anyone not holding such certifi­
cate, as in the strict letter o f the law
they are accessory to the illegal prac­
tice and will at least he called upon to
go into court and testify as witnesses
against the persons violating the law.
For further particulars address H.
W. Barr, Sec., State Board of Exam-
aminers o f Optometry, Salem, Ore.
K n o w le d g e .
Silk mull is a material that goes grace­
fully through the laundry, never a bit the
worse for it, and here ii a suggestion for
the making of one.
The skirt shows the soft fullness around
the waist, that has the popular fancy just
lo w .
SPLINTERS.
Grate work—grinding horse-radlsn.
It is a mistake to aim too high with
a short-range gun.
A level-headed man Is not necessari­
ly a flat-headed man.
If you don't ask for too much you
will And more cheerful givers.
You can always And a number of
biting remarks on a menu card.
Bowers— She was safe In challenging
that fellow to guess her age. Powers
— Who is he? Bowers— The weather
man.
Mrs. Bills— Did you have any trou­
ble In firing the servant girl that you
had the scrap with? Mrs. Wills— No,
my nusband used his pull to have the
cop on the corner transferred to an­
other beat.
Boyce— I never heard of a man like
Jones; he goes home every night and
tella his wife about the bargains he
has seen advertised for the next day.
Joyce— Yes; he Is trying to keep her
from cleaning house.
M e te <• S a v e l l n a i l l a W i n t e r .
Knowledge Is nn excellent drug, but
flo drug has virtue enough to preserve
Itself from corruption and decay If the
vessel be tainted and Impure wherein
It Is put to keep. Such a one may have
a Bight clear and good enough, who
lookB asquint, but consequently sees
what Is good, but does not follow It,
and sees knowledge, but makes do ubo
of 1L— Montaigne
B IT T ER
Eause! Fillms
$1.09
sj ™ Fife*. ... 50c*
Coed Rukkcr Fbk, $5.00
Beal Rid Rskkw
PUtr............ $7.50
Pudeu Eifndiss 50*
B E ST M ETH O D S
Painleaa Extraction Free when plates or bride«
work is ordered. Consultation Free. You cannot
Bret better painless work anywhere, no matt««
how much you pay.
Ail Work Fully Guaranteed for Fifteen Y e a r«
Dr. B. E. Wright Co.
342 J Washington St.,
P o rtla n d , O reg o n
Take car mt depot and transfer to W ashington St.
A lm o n d Ic e c r e a m .
One quart of cream, eight ounces of
sugar, four ounces of shelled almonds^
one toaspoonful of caramel, one tablw-
spoonful of vanilla extract and fouf
tablespoonfuls of sherry wine. Blanch
and roast the almonds, then pound la
a mortar to a smooth paste. Put half
tho cream and the sugar on to boll;
stir until the sugar Is dissolved, then
add tho remaining pint of cream and
the almonds; stand away to coolj
when cold add the caramel, vanilla
and sherry. Freeze and pack.
A Failure.
"W ell, old man, have you found that
marriage Is a success?"
"Nope, 1 have found that ft Is a folk
are."
"Why, how's that?"
'My father-in law Bays 1 must go to
work ”
RHEUMATISM
Get a
25-cent
vial.
I f it
fails to
cure
I will
refund
your
money,
"unyon.
D a in ty D e s s e r t.
Place two tab'.esiKionfuls of apricot
Jam In dessert glasses and heap over
It the whites of an egg beaten stiff, to
which hus been added one-half dozen
maccaroons cut .fine, one tablespoon-
ful powdered sugar and vanilla to
taste. Whipped cream may bo sub­
stituted for the beaten egg If a richer
dessert Is desired.
Munyon’s Rheumatism Cure
TRY MURINE W
hÏ Â ’" ASTHMA
E Y E R E M E D Y y . u wui Lk. it
Liquid Form. 25c* 50c. Salve Tubes, 25c. $1.00.
NURSERY CATALOG
N « w . Handsome, Instructive, Up-to-Date,
describing
Free on request.
this paper.
AND HAY
FEVER
are qu ckly relieved by Wyatt’s Asthma
Remedy. Guaranteed or money refund­
ed.
Ask your druggist or send six
cents postage for Free Sample to
J. C. WYATT. Druggist.
VANCOUVER,
WASHINGTON
USE DR. PLUMMERS COUGH STOP
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
SHRUBS, VINES,
ROSES, BERRY PLANTS, ETC.
It is a sure stopper, promptly re­
lieves Bronchitis, Whooping Cough,
Cough Croup, and especially those
harsh, hacking coughs, also most
useful for lung diseases.
For I
by all dealers; 25c a bottle.
W rite now, mentioning
J. B. PILKINGTON, Nurseryman
Portland, Oregon
., C O F F E *
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Habit« Podtlvel/ Cured.
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She (angrily)— I can stand this nn
longer; you’re utterly unbearable, and
I'm going back to mother this very
day!
He (coolly)— Very well, that ar­
rangement will suit me exactly; I'll
see you this evening. I met your
mother yes'.orday end she Invited me
to take supper with her tonight
Drink
Habit
Cured in
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You can take thin treatment at the Institute
or your home, and your money will be return«d
if a perfect cure is not affected. Investigate
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un for information.
Personal and financial
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CMtWko......$1,
General Speaks, our efficient stats
game warden. Is receiving hundreds of
letters asking for advice as to how to
save the quail from starvation In th*
old-fashioned winter. The quail Is
about the most helpless bird we have
In Ohio. Although it winters In this
latitude. It hasn't the slightest Idea
how to take care of Itself when th*
deep snows come. When the ground la
covered and the ready food supply Is
iiin*» tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to
■but off, these beautiful and useful
cure or jrour money back.
birds huddle together and wait In mis­
erable motionless flocks for death by
freezing or starvation. The only way
Thrilling.
to aave them Is to scatter on the snow
"Did you ever witness a great strug­
near their haunts liberal allowances
gle with the waves?" asked the man
Vatican’ s Reply Received.
who was always asking queer ques­
San Sebastian, Spain— Garcia Prle- of grain or other aultable food. A few
tions.
tro, Spanish minister o f foreign af­ of the bolder or tamer birds will find
"Yes,” laughed the pompous man In fairs, has received the Vatican’s reply It and go and tell the others. It la
the green shlrL “ I once eat for two to the note outlining Spain's position gratifying to learn from the volume of
long hours while a professional hair- I in the dispute with the Holy See. In th* gam* warden's mall on this sub­
dresser struggled with my wife’s mar­ his answer Cardinal Merry del Val con­ ject that farmers In all parts of the
cel waves."
fines himself to the consideration o f the state are keenly Interested In the con­
conduct o f the various cabinets at servation of the quail, whose value to
Madrid toward the Vatican Curia, and the farmers as an Insert destroyer can
to the justification o f the attitude of hardly be estimated.—Columbus Jour
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the Holy See. Señor Prietro w ill sub­ nal.
mit the cardinal’s reply to a cabinet
The H e la le « H u i ,
In order to maintain j council. Premier Canalejas, will ad­ " I t makes no difference, mein frtena,
strength and keep the body here to his original program.
dot you work In a sweatshop. Chust
step Inside, und for live cents I gif
in a healthy condition these
Miner* Want Conference.
you do best handkerchief In dar city
things are absolutely neces­
Pittsburg, Kan.— By a vote o f 13 to for vlplng off all dot sweaL”— Puck.
sary:— keep the digestion 5 the conference committee o f the un­
T h e e e C e e e e ie e tS e e e F e llo w s .
normal — the bowels free ion minera in the Southwestern field
decided in favor o f opening negotia­
"H e’s so honest. Never finds any­
from constipation — the tions with the operators to draft a con­ thing without trying to return It to Its
liver and kidneys active. tract upon the terms submitted by the 1 owner."
For this particular work latter. The minera will hold a meet- j 'Especially when he finds fault.” —
ing in Kansas City and open negotia­
there is nothing quite as tions with the operators. According Cleveland leader.
T h e l e e o e e e t V ic tim .
good as H ostetlers Stomach to the members o f the conference, the
" I believe," said the blunt Individ­
itters. Try a bottle for miners are ready to accept the proposi­ ual, "In speaking my mind and call-
tion made them by the operators.
Cramps, Diarrhoea, Indi-
Ing a spade a spade.”
'Tea,” replied Miss Cayenne. “ Many
gestion and Malaria.________
Deposed Friar Disturber.
are that way. The tendenry la what
Rome A former Franciscan friar, corrupts the vocabularies of so many
named Beltramini, created a panic in o&rrota."— Washington Star.
the Basilica o f the Vatican at vespers
A
B o f f lo a K f o n o m U t ,
by firing three shots from a revolver in
OCLCBRATCD
She— I'm not going to throw away
the air.
Worshippers fled from the
church and service was suspended, j all my long hatpins, not If 1 know m p
STO M ACH
Beltramini, who was arrested, said i self.
that he desired to attract attention | Ha—But the law, my dear.
She— Hang the law; I ’ll get some
with a view to securing reinstatement
bigger hats!
to the priesthood.
Couple Dead on Ranch.
Great Falls, MonL— Lying dead in
their ranch home, several milea north
o f Shelby, the bodies of P. J. Hazel-
berg and his w ife were found by neigh­
bors. They evidently had been dead
for several days. The bodies were ly­
ing side by Bide and hand in hand with
a bullet in the head o f each. The posi­
tion of the bodies and the surroundings
indicated that the husband first shot
his w ife and then fixing the rifle with
a atick and a piece o f string, he lay
down beside his w ife's body and fired
a bullet through his own head.
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