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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1893)
THE BAGGAGE CHECK.
‘ je. They need a
,,,lh a laundry, res
Itevlee that Mails Its W».v llaplilly 1»
Hare ballot, giving to all voters a pref
taurant, telephone and rooms full ot A
THE GOLDEN ( OAST. erential choice of candidates in pro|»or- HOMEMADE HEALTH. A I'luiu Mat« uivt Bic l aw# I»» '‘»‘I-j snnshiue
and air. Trained nurses, as
tion to the num l»er of votes cast. This sys
ICopvrlchL I^L Dy Aineiican Pre-s Assocla-
ci». r ( one of tbeiu has ¡said, are set apart by
origin of the decidedly ?
tem i» u«*d by the Mechanics’ Institute MOST WOMEN OBJECT TO SIMPLE
their profession iu many ways ami need
BRIGHT WOMEN FLOURISH IN A
of Sau Francisco in electing trustees, and
useful baggage checks Inis lieen told by ■
To briefly dispose of »ingle womeue to lie specially provided for.
a similar method of voting is practiced
1). \feiwll, id' I nion City, Mich., as
property rights, it may be said that they
Strive to cultivate a sweet, magnetic
in three cantons of Switzerland.
Mrs. Holton has corresponded with Sir Ella n heeler Wilcox Discourses on th« are the same a» those of men. with t le ( voice. When Lady Henry Somerset was follows:
Uow Mt«» 1 utcLtigeiili und I'lugreBstva
“John Palmer of niy town is the in
exception of the ability to influence the in America a clever person re"iarke<l of
Forvsrsity <»f H«r Sex- Why They Are
VVuu.« it uf Ilia T*.iviUc (oust iiuvv DI b - John Lubbock. M. P., Professor Naville,
her that centuries of culture sounded ventor of the Imggage checking syeteni.
taxation of property by vote.
Neglectful or Their II ch IH i Some Help
tingiii«li«-<l TI iviubv K «*>» 1» l.llvrary aud of Switzerland, and other noted political
In some of the states there is this in her voice. Make them sound in I will tell you his story us lie told it to
nten, who believe that her little paper
slight possible advantage-! hat the Hfe yonrs.
me. John Palmer was born in Eng
(Copyright, ls%*. by Alucrica« l*n »» AMocia-
of legal majority is at eighteen instead
I have been following up lately some land some elghty-two years ago, ami
ciatiou. All righlk reserved.]
of tweutv-one for women.
divorce cases in which the husband <•111110 to the t'niteil States in 1820. and
Although it is scarcely half a century
By the old common law theory as set sought to take the children away from
since tbe first wk’le w»»uian went to the
forth in Blackstone, when a woman mar their mother on tho ground that she was to Cnioii City in 18IB. In those early
Pacific coast, that section <>f the United
ried it was supposed that she was willing not a fit per-on to bring them up. In days he was in great demand, for Ills
fetal»* now conuts among its residents
to give up to her husband tbeentire con every one of the cases it has become violin enlivened muny mid many a
trol of uny property she then had or evident thar, whatever tbe wife may or winter night. One «instant annoy
might thereafter n<-<|iiire. retaining no may not have done, she was a good deal ance he exiH-rieneed was the trouble
rights bm snch as he consented to give more tit to bring up the children than |Msiple had in finding their coats, hats,
wraps, rols-s, etc., after the party broke
Of course this has been mitigated in her husband was.
An English woman, Mrs. Pell, fills the up. Well, it was announced that there
many cases by n marriage settlement,
by which the liusbaml agreed that the oftice of church warden in the Episcopal was to be a big dance at Burlington on
wife should retain possession ot the church of Haxellieuch with the approval Thanksgiving evening, about 1850, aud
of the bishop of Peterborough.
property sho brought to him.
Mr. Palmer was to have charge of the
But we liavo changed all that, or most
' 'hair—Any young women who like to music. He knew that there would be
of it, by statute, so that today in most ask friends to the excursions are more
of the states the rights of a married than welcome to do so. Bring us many n terrible crowd there and that there
would lie lots of trouble with the cloth
is the woman in her own property are as abso as you like—sisters, cousins and aunts.
ing, and he went to work to devise a
biuiKliition of hap- lute as those of her husband in his.
From the Floor—And brothers?
f piiiesa and bean-
The husband's control of his property
ABBA LORD HOLTON.
Chair—Well no—because there's a I plan to obviate it.
ly; but. while the is not, strictly sjieaking, absolute, since boycott, you know.—Far and Near.
has a mission to perform in educating
i “Well, after studying on it for a long
the masses to realize that the}’ are not whol» female aex higl,s fOr beauty and it is subject to the debts of his wife, to
time he had solved the mystery. He
properly represented at the ¡»oils by the health ouly one woman in every hun the support of the family, in a few states Island, lielpe»« her husband capture a bur I got (.lit eight cards and marked them
present system of ballot counting. She dred in willing to uee sense and industry to the debts of the wife incurred before glar. ami after lie had surrendered dressed | in pairs—11,22,33, 14—ami one of
has written a monograph on the con in the pursuit and maintenance of either. luarriago and in a great many to tho his woitmis for him. .Just liken woman.
| the greatest blessings to the business
stitution of the United States, which is 1 lie other ninety-nine will exhaust them dower right.
Egg farming is a business that would world was born. Now for tlie first
Tho wife's rights in her husband's
remarkable as the work of a woman. selves in shopping and calling and in a
SARAH IL COOl’ER.
She regards her line of action as directly score of resultless ways, and complain property, therefore, are generally greater make many a woman now poor inde test. He had four children; lie took
pendent. Incubator chickens served their shoes and stockings, tied each up
many bright and active women who are marked out for her by Providence, and that “they have no time” for an hour than liis in hers.
The law, holding a man resiiousiblefor broiled in a rcstanitint are all too often
devoting their lives to work which will thinks that women ought to study the each day in the gymnasium.
When completely prostrated they will tlio support of his wife ami children, re a delusion and a snare, but there is al by themselves, put tags 1, 2, 3. 4 on
leave the world I m tier for their having Hare method of representation that
each lot and put them away. When
they may demand it when suffrage is take expensive treatment of high priced gards the wife as the agent of the hus ways good demand fur eggs. Everybody
lived in it.
physicians, but they will not take sim band and holds him responsible for any eats them. The woman who would study they got lip they inquired for their
Among these no one i- more loved extended to them.
her ground carefully, select a location shoes. He gave each one the check
and honored than Sarah B. Cooper. Sue
M. G. C. Ediiuliu furnishes 15D col ple preventives to disease which nature debts she may contract.
is president of the International Kin i umns of original mat ter yearly to sev provided for man as well as for cats and
In cases where a man advertises that near a good market and go slow, learn that corresponded with the check on
dergarten union, and of the Golden Gate eral hundred news)»a)MU*s in all ¡»arts of dogs.
he will not pay his wife's debts the ing as she went, could nut fail, with a their shoes, nnd told them to go into
They will use dear and dangerous cos- courts may hold that it has no greater small outlay of capital, to succeed well. tin* other rooln and pick out their own
Kindergarten as social ion, and first vice the world. Her articles deal mostly
president of 1 he Pacific Coast Women’s with reforms, as shown in the forty de mefics, but they will not |iersist in daily force than as a warning, and that he is The egg business is iu no danger of be by comparing tho numbers. Each one
Press association. To Mrs. Cooper is partments of the W. C. T. U. In 1890 methods of developing lieanty of form still responsible for bills for necessities. ing overdone, especially that branch of
due the splendid system of free kinder she was «¡»pointed sii|»erintemlent of and complexion.
In almost every state a wife's separate it which looks to the production of fresh ! got its own. Now for u trial on a larger
I scale. He prepared a lot of checks in
The one thing they will do is to bathe. property—that is, property which has eggs in wiur«*r.
gartens which exists in ban Francisco. press for that great organization, and
E liza A rchard C onner .
Years ago, when she \va- teaching a secretary of the International Federa And in the bath, as in many other things, come to her by inheritance, or by be
the same way for the guests at the par
Bible class »•? ¡ imi men and women, tion of Women's Press Clubs. As super the American woman goes to an ex quest or devise, or by gift from any one
ty. About the first to arrive were the
she started the second free kindergarten intendent of railroad rates and official treme and makes an abuse of it.
but her husband, or money which she
four railroad men from Marshall. Of
A gargle of salt water as hot as can
west of the Rocky mountains, and others rejiorter of the California W. C. T. U.
One can be clean without soaking in a has earned, or property bought with
thesi' three took their cheeks; one woald
were soon placed under her supervision she conducts an excursion to the nation tub of water twice a day. Only the money acquired in any of these ways— be used is one of the best, as it is one of
and nilp]x>rted by her Bible class. Her al W. C. T. U. convention each year, most full blooded, oilv skinned, vigor is not liable for her husband's personal the simplest, home remedies for sore not have the thing and threw it on the
articles for I In* press awakened much and contemplates taking a party around ous woman can retain her vitality with debts, norisit liable for debts for the throat. That persisted in, with a ca floor. When they called for their
interest in needy children, mid her wise the world after the World's fair.
this incessant opening of the pores.
family unless no property of the hus thartic medicine to clear the system, clothes they had forgotten all about the
will cure almost any sore throat that is i-hecks mid demanded their clothes.
management of the large sums intrusted
‘ Give up my morning plunge? Neverl” band can be found to satisfy them.
Mrs. Edholm is an anient Prohibition
to her care caused jwople to address her ist. and is deeply interested in the Flor cried one of these perpetual scrubbers,
Property given to her by her hus not diphtheria.—N. Y. Times.
Mr.Palmer asked them for their check.
0:1 the subject of free kindergarten« ence Crittenton Mission Homes for Err who was always complaining of fatigue band may be so liable if there is a sus
R ice is the least nitrogenous of all After hunting some time the three pro
from all over the United. States aud ing Women. The philanthropist who and lassitude. “I .should not feel fit to picion ot fraud in the conveyance. Of grains. It is a good addition to bread,
from foreign countries.
established these homes in New York. I associate with civilized beings.” Finally course if some distinction were not made and is especially serviceable to combine duced their cheeks ami at once received
Mrs. Leland Stanford, through Mrs San Francisco, Los Angeles. Sacramento persuaded to rub her whole body with any man could avoid paying his debts by with foods containing a large amount of their goods. They had to identify the
Cooper, established the first memorial and San Jose appointed her rejiorter for tine salt moistened with alcohol' three simple process of handing hiB property nitrogen, such as peas, beans, etc. It is goods for the fourth num.
kindergarten in the world, and now sup
mornings each week in place of her over to his wife as fast as he acquired it. peculiarly adapted for invalids, as it is
“Shortly after that there was ¡mother
ports six. with an endowment of $1 (Hl.ODO.
plunge, a most remarkable increase of
The wife's property is free from the one of the most easily digested sub party at Burlington ami among the
The Golden Gate association, of which
1 vigor resulted, with no diminution of husband's control in the sense that he stances known.
first to arrive were six railroad men
Mrs. Cooper is superintendent ns well as
B roii . ei » S callops .—Drain medium from Marshall, including the first four
cleanliness. It is more trouble than the could not insist upon her selling or mort
president, lias thirty-five schools in its
soaking process, however, and few wom gaging it, yet the increase and profits of sized scallops in a napkin. Parboil
railroad men. ’ They said they wanted
charge. Her life is consecrated to this
en have tile perseverance to discover its the property (interest, rents collected, them a moment. When cool put them
their things checked the same as Ix--
crops raised, etc.)may be liable for debts on skewers, six on each, alternated with I'ore.
They watched the plan the whole
The bony chested, flat busted girl for the family support after the creditor thin slices of bacon the size of the scal
evening and went away convinced that
who would have the industry and am- I has exhausted his remedy against the lops in width. Brush over the scallops that they had found n grand idea. In
bition to rub her breast with perfumed husband. In a few of the states such with melted butter and broil. Serve side of three months it was adopted by
sweet oil for ten minutes every night profits form part of what is known an with water-cress and lemon.—N. Y. Ob I the railroads of the I Tilted States.” ‘
S*\ and with cold water every morning tho “community property,” and are equally
same length of time would find firm liable with the hnsband's property for
layers of muscle, and flesh covering the snch debts.
bones in two years’time. Ten minutes
In some states a husband is liable for
each day given to deep breathing would tho antenuptial debts of his wife. Ill
assist marvelously in developing the Tennessee he is as fully responsible for
chest. But she tries these things one or these as for his own. In Maine, if lie
EXPLANATION,—The following picture contains four faces, a man and hn three duughtsrs.
Anv on« can hud the man's face, but it is not so easy to distinguish the faces of the tbrea young l-uies.
two weeks, says if. is “an awful bother” voluntarily assumes payment of any of
The picture was published in a few newspapers some time ago, and attracted considerable¡attention io
and gives it tip. She does not give up them, liecan be sued for others. In New
our standard remedies. We now offer a now prize competition in connection with it. As the sole object
M. G. C. EDHOLM.
sighing over her luck of a good figure.
is to introduce our medicines into new homes, those who entered the former compel.nun are requested
Hampshire be is liable for her debts in
not to compete ip this one. As to the reliability of “The Ford Pill Co., and the estimation in which their
When an all wise Creator provided curred on her own responsibility after
the missions, and she spiuit two months
medicines are held in Toronto, Canada, where they are best known, patrons are uterred to the daily
in the homes al New York gathering catnip for ailing cats and gave ma- her majority, lint not for debt incurred
Mwspapcxs, whukiale druggists and leading business houses generally 01 Auoatc.
material for a book which is to be pub- lana affected dogs the instinct to chew while under age and living in her fa
lidied next April. Her article on ••Traffic dogweed he also provided health giving ther's house. There are provisions sim
in White Girls." printed in the Novem herbs for man. But man laughs at the ilar to these in u few other states, but in
ber number of The Californian Maga suggestion as a • granny's notion ’and most of them neither husband nor wife
zine. has attracted widespread attention. dies of kidney and liver complaint after is liable for debts of the other prior to
She resides in Oakland, ami is a charter firoynlmg for an army of physicians
member of the Pacific (’oast Women’?
I he simple red elover blossom con
In most of the states the earnings of a
ANNA MORRISON KEEP,
wife are entirely under her own con
work, and she does not receive a salary.
C lara .S palding B rown .
In Nev.- York sho can engage in
She is a sweet, faced woman of middle
ease to the jierson wise enough and per any trade or business and carry it oil
age. kind, gentle, full of charity and
Husbands at ti l*i'«>miiiiu.
sistent enough to use it. It can be the same us if she were single, and this
love. Her Bible class is now the largest
If the number of marrying men con
in any country place in sum holds good nearly everywhere, except
in San Francisco and is attended bv peo tinues to diminish at the present rate ¡gatiieied
mer or bought for a few cents at any that in some states she cannot enter into
ple of all denominations.
the time will come when husbands will I 11 ,,1" stor<:- A 'lbart <>f clover tea drunk a business partnership.
Anna Morrison Reed was reared in lie
so in demand among the girls who
The earnings nnd profits of her busi
■’ aye °r dyspepsia incurring ice
the mining regions of northern Cali fear to l>e old maids that they will even I '
fornia ami never had more than twelve take the contract of supporting them | water will m three mouths' time give a ness will lie her independent property,
months’ schooling in her lite, yet she is selves at least, ami perhaps the husband woman a etear skin and a fine color if not subject to any control by her hus
today one of the most prominent women too. Then will begin the paradise of U is natural for her to have color. It band; lint all debts and liabilities in
Will give her vigorand vitality also, and curred in carrying on such business will
in the state.
when they are no longer expected completely <me any tendency to scrof also be her own, and not, like her per
At fifteen, urged by family necessi men.
to support a wife. Perhaps by 1950 ¡Map
sonal debts and debts for the support of
ties. she be< :imr a lecturer on temper- ping the question will come to this: He ula if persistently imbibed every day.
lo inv personal knowledge the con herself and children, legally chargeable
mice and wonicii’» topics. She scored a —I adore thee. Fain would I throw my
great success, and in three years earned
at thy feet and ask to wed thee: but, I cured five cases of well developed cancer
In a few of the states (Rhode Island,
enough t<» liny a good home for her par self
And yet where is tho woman who Vermont and West Virginia, for in
ents. Iler p »(’ins have frequently ap- alas, my salary is only enough to pay
I »eared in the leading papers of the my hash and tailor bills. Slip—The sat I merely to avert disease and obtain vigor stance) a wife cannot carry on a separate
brewinS and drinking business or trade without her husband's
coast, ami she has published two books isfaction of writing 'Mrs." Iiefore my tn- v£erSISt
containing her earlier ami later poems, name is all 1 ask. 1 can support myself this beverage day after dav? Echo an consent unless he is insane or impris
and thee, too, Augustus, in a pinch.
swers, -Where indeed?”
oned or has deserted her. This, however,
which were favorably reviewed and
We have hundreds of women who will cannot be construed as a prohibition Io
qnickiv sold. Her verses are full of ten
The hnshaml never lived who was
es"vi',s *nd S“*e into its crater, earning wages.
derness and purity ami are gracefully
good enough or wise enough for a wife but not one in a hundred will tie a piece
As to whether a woman may sue her
ot woolen yarn from the chandelier, the husband for the performance of a con
As a lecturer Mrs. lived is brilliant, t< > olwv.
and draws crowded house.-. She is now A Happy anti SurrrBssfsil Wotiuin I'armer end falling even with her lips, and -ount tract or promise made with or to her
he seeomls it requin-s to keep it moving there is a difference of practice in the
^peaking throughout the northern dis-
t»l‘ l.oir< I shm« I.
The proprietors of “The Ford Pill Co.,” will give an elegant p-..
pair . of . onoudnu
with her exhaled breath. Yet this small different states. It is also not settled
CarrlM. and Harness, '=>“«>
*600« (delivered Tree in
any part of the United Stales,
A shining example of Woman’s abilit y act performed for a few moments sev how far she can be held liable upon an
to tne jirst ^person who can make out m
three daughters' faces. To the sreoud will be given an elegant
lu succeed as an agriculturist is given in eral times a day, will increase the bust indorsement for another person.
a paa ot
Lady’s Cold Watch, «■« in «appi
" au... Diamond. Kar-flnets.
1> the fourth will be given a handsome China Dinner
tne ca«e of Mrs. Taber Willet is. of Ros
‘wo inches ........ year at the
In New Jersey and several other states,
lo A k / ì J i C willbegivma
lyn. The editor of The Rural New very least, develop the . best aud give generally speaking, those in which the
Box. io the u-.tKth, a French
T-> the tiMi
nsM, t an
Yorker gives a charming sketch of a rang Vigor. Nearly every woenan who right of courtesy exists, a husband must
Lamp. Toth, « ì « m , a pair of Crown Derby Vases. To the tenth, mp!.:e Lawn
Tennis 8st»*nd many other prizes tn order ot merit. Every competitor inust cut out the »•■■«*«
visit lately made to the lady’s farm. The reails this article will say of some one of join with his wife in a deed of convey
•• Puzzle Picture,” distinguish the three girls’ faces by marking a cross with a lead pencil on ea< l ,
acres and has been these things. “Well, now I am going to ance. This is not required in New York.
and enclose same with 15 U. S. two-cent stamps for one of the following “Prize Retnetl»**
••Ford’» Prize Pills,” “Ford’« Prize Catarrh Remedy,” or •• Ford’s Prize
known for generations as the “Ohl try this. Bnt at the end of one week
Cough Cure,” Select any ©neof the above remedies you desire. Address “The Ford
New Jersey has been very much be
Brick.” This name, however, has no the interest will lag, -j haven't time,” hind the other states in the matter of
Pill Co,«” Cor. Wellington & Bay Sts., Toronto, Canada. .The person whose envelope is I
1 postmarked first will be awarded the first prize, and the others in order of merit. As this adver
¡»articular application to tbe owners of she will say. Yes, we have all the time making reform-of this sort. It is com
tisement appears simultaneously throughout tne United States, every one has an equal oppor
the farm, bill come.- from the farmhouse Gixl made, and it pays to take enough paratively recently that u married wom
tunity. To the person sending tbe last correct answer will be given an elegant Upright Concert
G rand Plano, valued at 9500,00» To the f rxl person from the last sending a correct answer
1 itself, one of the first brick bouses built
,o kt*I‘ lle»«tb «nd gcod an can control her own property or make
will be given a gentleman's fine Gold ••Sandoz” Watch, which strikes the hours and quarter
on Long Island. Mrs. Willetts used to looks. I Ins can be done without sacri a valid will or sue in her own name.
hours on small cathedral gong at pleasure, and valued at 9300.00» To the secondiram tbe/ax/,-
tir«»-class Safety Bicycle, pneumatic tire. To the third from the last, a first-class English Shot
I run the ¡»lace as » dairy farm, but gave ficing any duty m life if we only learn
When any one owns real property iu
gun. To tha fourth from the last, a suite of Parlor Furniture» To the fifth from the last, a
I it up liecausv it was all hard work not to “dawdle” and fritter awHy the several states, each parcel is subject to
handsome Silver Tea Service» To the sixth from the last, an elegant Planò Lamp» io the
seventh from the last,, a handsome pair ot Portieres» To the eighth from the last, a genuine
and pour pay. In this respect she had rooihciits in,
the laws of the state in which it is situ
English leather travelling Trunk» To the ninth from the last, two pieces of genuine French
more common sense thana majority of
St at uar y, and many ether prizes in order of merit.
ated. Personal property, on the other
the men farmers in the milk supply dis
hand, is subject to the laws of the state
MPFCIAI« TRIZF.S FOR EACH STATE.
tricts around New York city have to
in which the owner resides.
this day. Mrs. Willetts says that she
prize of a Silk Dresa Pattern (sixteen yards, any color), or n first-class
A wife can insure her husband's life
ha<l no say in the ¡nice sin* got for milk,
Hewing Machine (any make desired) will be given to the jirzt person in each State in the
Ai* Exemplary Woman's Club.
for her own lieiiefit. It is. however, a
out the three daughters’ faces. \Ve shall give away 2OO valuable prize*.
and between the railroads Upd whole
Insides special prizes,(if there should be so many sending correct answers.) Nocharge is made lor boxing
The woman’s club which has achieved little difficult to understand what this
sale milk dealers the milk farmer was the most important results of perhaps privilege amounts to. since it won!! not
and packing of prizes. The names of the leading prize winners will be published in connection with our
advertisement in leading newspapers next month. lCxtra premiums will be given to only those who are
11K to of L
of picked bare. So she turned her atten any in this country, industrially, finan lie easy to find a company which would
•.. tiling to assist in introducing our medicines. Nothing is charged for the prizes in any way. They
rhe World’» fair, having l»roi ap|x>inted tion to stock breeding. Note particular cially aud socially, is the New Century issue a policy without a personal appli
..re absolutely given away to introduce and advertise •* Ford's Prise Rented ica,” winch are stand
medicines, and will be used in every family for years where they have been once introduced. All
a member <»f the state board of lady ly this bit of golden wisdom from the tlnb of Philadelphia. The New Cen cation from the person insuretl and with
prizes will l>e awarded strictly in order of merit, and with perfect satisfaction to the public. The re men if i
mauager-*. Mrs. Reed is n eotisin of woman farmer’s lips: ••One must Lave a tury has its own clubhouse. and has or out his submitting to an examination.
will be sent by mail, postpaid, and prizes free Of duty.
General William R. Morris»»», »»f Illi definite aim to liegin. have Hie matter ganized the Working Woman’s guild, A wife having once induced her husband
A WATCH FOR F.VEKV CORBECT AMRWBB.
nois. an»l of the late Chief .Jnstice all thought out and know exactly what with evening classes of students number to insure his life can. however. ]>ay the
Morrison, of California. She h«s an he wishes to accomplish." After having ing from 7hQto8DO. The founder of both premiums liarself it lie doesnot. Bnt of
An ext ra premtumof a genuine “Fearless” Watch. Mem winder,) will be awarded to every
per««.n who sends a correct answer within 30 days after thr ad vert i -ement appears, in case they should not
nnnsnally .attractive ¡»ersonality. with the matter all thought out Mrs. Willets the club and the Working Womans guild course any beneficiary can do this.
be fortunate enough to secure one of the larger prises. 1 hat is, if any one can find tbe three faces and
her sparkling brown eyes, finely molded began the breeding of black Berkshire is Nirs. Turner.
enclose them w ithin 30 days from the time this advertisement appears in the newspaper they at*
ei . es F hasf . r L ovett .
giuranteed either on»: of th* leading prizes, or an extra premium of a watch on conditions «tated.
features and luxuriant dark hair, and swine and Guernsey dairy cows. She
No an-wer will be noticed that does not contain 30 cent# fix one of Ford’s Prize Remedlea
is a striking ill us i ration <»f what ¡»luck has since added the 1:reeding of trotting
Address THE FORO PILL CO, ”37,” Cor. Wellington A Bay Sts., Toronto? ¿TiadA
Some time ago I had the ill fate to be
<: !»»<•!<• rs.
aud native talent can do in ¿ptte of ad and road horses. Highland Girl and
Glaciers ¡»hinge into the •••e.i in many
verse circumstances in early life.
Highland Lassie.are two of the trotting
York paper to the effect that the mayor
Ella Higginson is ¡>erhai»s the most colts from the Ohl Brick farm. The way cold countries ami ¡lerish«by drowning, of Salem. O.. had forbidden the young
widely quoted of any female Pn«*ific this woman farmer went to work when their dismembered remains floating women of that town to walk upon the
Airy»»», wi •... t«uy* :■
coast writer at the pr sent time, al «lie decided to go into the breeding of away as liergs. But tiunr end is by dis- streets after H o’clock p. ni. I might The ccronipa:«yivK
though it is only four years since she trotters is instructive. She “liegan to nolutiou where the miunal mean temper*
t.t rav «« lght ar.d measure- r ... '
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sent her first poem to an eastern paper. study up the standard ” to find what sort atniw rises considerably above freezing Ohio man would do a thing like that, lire mouths’ ti^atineUt.
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PATIENTS ÎREAÎED BY MAIL.
Previous to this she h;.«l dune desultory of a Imrse «he wanted at the head of her point. At some certain level they melt
or M zff.« tn,
work fur western publications. Now, as stables. She searched into gait, ances faster than they <mu flow and so termi ■comments on the story in a manner F«r ikLFti aints
wish < renu tn uemt '.
encouraging letters t ame to her from try. reputation and «11 the other myste nate. The level indeed is a fluctuating
A NATURAL HEMIDY FOB
which I now confess was not exactly
many quarters, she “began to try to rious point* that go to the making of one. Icelandic glaciers are now steadi mild in tone. I find that, my comments
write." Her poems, stories and d(*s< rip- trotters. Then she looked about till she
«JAPANESE Epileptic Fits, Falling sicknem. Hyster
tive sketches hav« lieon widely circu found the animals that filled the bill ing to M. Forel., have undergone during did grievous wrong to one of the best
ic», St. Vitus Dance, Mervausneas,
woman’s rights men living. Mayor J.
and bought them. She has now on her
Hypochnndria. Melancholia. In-
Living on the shore of Puget sound, farm from sixty to seventy horses and
with the glories of sea ami forest and seventy head of Guernsey cattle. She teorological change» occasioning ami in his judgment the proposition of wom
ebrity, Sleeplessness Diz
mountain all about her. «lie ha« reflated sells the Guernsey butter at fifty cents eniphasize«l l>y these os< ill at ions are an's equal rights with man, politically [ A new and Complete Treatment. conniM-
ziness, Brain and Spi
the moods of nature in her writings aud a ponnd. Bnt her greatest success is as very slight. Their character, however as well as otherwise, is so self evident 1 ing of HiippoMtuijr*. Ointment in Capsules.
given the northwest it* in«w>t bvautifnl a breeder of stock for sale. It is sold as is unmistakalde and such as might have that it cannot be directly disputed. He ■ ah«» in box «mi rille: u positive » lire for
External, hitcinal. Blind or Bleeding, ¡tell
and poetic descriptions, .she has Iweu fast as it is old enough, whether Berk been anticipated. That is to say. !.«v adds also this fine, strong statement: i ing.
Chronic, recent or hereditary Pilc.*4,itnd
ou the editorial Mali of the Portland shire pigs. Guernsey cows or trotters and cial decrease aevtwu¡»allies a wan» ium I “My < lea ling* with the world as a mer I many other diseases and female’weakneM;
This medicine has direct action upon
dry cycle: glacial increase, <»no t lust in chant. a soldier. a journalist a public it i* alwaw a great l»enetit to the general
West Shore aud the Seattle Pa< ift< Mag road horses.
officer, and. laetl v. a magistrate suggest j health The lir«l discovery of a medical the nerve centers, allaying all irritabili
damp ami cold.
azine. and is now conducting a depart
There are ¡«eople who appear to read
Uonsidcrable alarm was iicc«»r«tmgly that woman's political enfranchisement ctiHi rendering an »iprration with a knife ties, and increasing th" flow and power
ment in tbe St. Louin H»»me Circle.
Thi- Remedy has
Ella Higginson is petite, with blond a certain well known Scripture text as felt lest th»* flooding of the F Sahara, mnu- may be essential in order to make man I never l»ren known to fail $1 pt r-bo.x’ftfor of nervo fluid. It is perfectly harmless
in all respects and to 1 K»: “rnt by mail. Why mi tier from thia tcr- and leaves no unpleasant effects.
hair, large ¿ray eyes, and a pleasant, follow*: “What man hath joined togeth brred among the futile projects of a re morally her
cent sanguim* epoch, should result ma lift both sexes higher in the social scale I riblr di<ea-e when a written guarantee !s
womanly expression, she b young and er let not God put asunder.*'
I given with six boxe*. to refund the ntrm«y
rapidly making her mark in literature.
The exigencies of politics in New . largely increased snowfall upon the and nearer the standard of true man- * if not mre«l Send 'tamp for free *ampk*.
Ablm Lord Holton, of San Francisco, York city demand that women shall l»e j Alps, and the consequent ire siibmerg liood and womanhood.”
Thii f medy ha* been prepared br the
«¡uaranfev isMted hv W»w»n%Rn. C lkbke A
has devoted her life and fortune to the excluded from the school board. Tam- ♦•nee of inhabited valleys. Such fears,
Retail PrngxiRts, Sole pastor Koenur, ot Fort Warn*. Ind., since tSW.
A crying need, of today is for women I’o.. Whole**ale
U now prepared anderL.s iirecUoe by the
cause of proportional reprsaenUiti<»n at many has no nee for women. The time it is true, rested uu a meteorotegicAl to take an interrsr iu city governments. Agent*. Portland. Oregon
KOENIC MED. CO.. ChkmgB, Id.
the polls. She publishes a paper called is coining when women will have no use misapprehension, yet they were iu prin
The movement to have a «wirrral home
Prevent »nd ciifk Const »petTon ami Shck-
ciple well founded.—Edinburgh Review.
Hope and Home, which advocates the for Tammany.
HoWbrOrwiataulMl per Bott*, «far MS.
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H*-ada< L»-. Sonili liiie Means.
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Hour BtuiiMch, Diarrinra. F.ru. tn^L
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Without injurious medication.
* 'Castor J a i j so well adapted to children that
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J .ate Pastor Bloomingdale Reformed Church.
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