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About The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1931)
T H E IL L U S T R A T E D
F E A T U R E S E C T IO N
O c to b e r 21. 1U3I
J didn't *sk you to |
marry m e* You »¿ked m e to marry |
"You didn t have to my yea*. You
liy MADAMI*: I BE NE
could have said no'!**
full n a m e ns g iv e n at birth,
'See how he talks to me? He'
'f u l l pre se nt sign atu re , alno >rar,
| a criminal! Oooo! ' The young Mrs |
m o n th u nd day of b irth
C o m m u n i-
Miller burst Into tears
la t io iu w ithout fu ll nam e a n d
fnaiUvely not iin iw fd
broken movie actress could not have
f\M U U *V IlS/l
Msduni Irtnt. ca 11
i cried better
villain could not
tU M H A r K D FEATURE MOTTO JN
have been colder than Joe Thut is.
C M I I. Wash A proinltMnt |»M*
w n tp
H if 0 » > f U w t y
flou li litdlcalr«! for you
m .I him.
i ’ w
• ,i ¡AD flfiN SifMMRO
This gave Mr and Mi> Martin n
imcltv to engage In two different oc-
IKv'M H/N ' AU CHUPH.XV AAI
I cupa tinnii at the sain- time and I m »
chance for a few words,
m »*%> A d M**l> ?»x>A| mia
sinvessful In both
g j A f l ' l link I, Her * 4.
i •’ Miller, don't you talk to my
5/Ji r-V"l Fi» lOV». N v\-/H
M A J NC
Y f to tlic hist two
VAVI t* Mr HM •'*>
A P it.K
daughter like th at'* said Mr Mar j
und no to the la*t.
pgAST kl Ttp si O U V fllf MPIIl
b o w e l
tr o u b le
! J J M um
Not ut present
Addi-, f P
i a i * i .issgpeAV,
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1- l* , Wasti
Shut lip. James! Shut up. Joe! | ai
AV, 01 A Pis ICH INAI »Vkv 0 l*l7IA»6tP
A v v ffu M fn M
('. "»tip jtiou may very easily become Vi. shut up that crying? This ..tTair
* and try to make the other ! «If happy,
c i ni - after forts. Ami anycontinued be^an between you two!
1 good men are tiard to find Tile in-
A . A
W ftv V R M .£>
tttlA T . /VJ H i f
, iiicatloiu tmlnt to tile Tuet that ut
c nstipation at that lime o( life may nothing to do with it
So you two
r o H/M
pi sent you are creating a mirage
bring attacks of pile* and a host of are going in that room and make
about the other jiatty
other unpleasant disorder*.
up If you haven't made up In an '
A It. New Jei«r> fVtaotial letter
Watrh your bowels at anv age. hour's t me. I give up
j t *
Do you ;
gor» forward to you
T . '« ; »
Cmard them vwth partirular rare after agree with me. James?”
I Ih u e conditions curtrcted
forty Whenever they need any help,
-A good id a. Julia
he usually 1
remember a doctor should know «h a t
p y t
agreed with her
»4 010 A»*
is be.-t for them.
• I won t go in a room with a
Cut a piece of oilcloth wml pa*do
“ Hr ('a id » ell's Syrup Pepsin'* crim inal!'
5M1 - ! «vi HAW 1
It to fU ti»e bottom of evfry drawer
» « f fl
is a do rter's p re sc rip tio n fo r the bowels.
1 in ttie kitchen and pantry the druw-
**Who's a criminal?"
t*tt — • a * «<»t«
tested by 17 years' practice, it has
I era an be clean« I • » n ad Ij Dim.
•'Children, do as I say!"
D m &■’” *
been b und thoroughly elfeetise in ' Here Mrs Martin began to push
Or |Ktihl them witii u hu d white
relieving constipation and its ills for
1 • 'i li u m I
¡Joe in the large parlor while Mr I.
men. «om en and children of all ages.
It has | n>\en | erfectly safe even for Martin took charge of Vl The large who was facing the chair, saw the
mouse when he ventured out.
balers Made from fresh laxative tloor closed with a bang. They w
herbs, pure pepsin anil other harmless alone.
Vi turned her back to Joe. placed
ingredients, it cuhnot gripe; « i l l not
lion com ng for ner, sue could not
» t I (.V I OK s| MM» K
i i r weaken you. can be used her handu on her hips and patied.
si m 'H
s i ' ait harm ,.s often as your breath her foot angrily
How shall 1 tx **r ugaln the rummer's
Joe turned his back to her. put
U bad. i r « hen ’. our tongue is coated;
whenever a headachy, bilious, gassy his hands deep into his pockets and more violently. Nor could he h a v
The morning glories at the gates of
helil her tighter.
condition w arns of constipation.
kicked the soft rug.
Fifteen minutes passed
Jo- said j •‘What's the matter, darling?’
lho.nl inendtws with a thousand
“ Oh. Joe, a mouse!'*
D» VS B. C m o h i u ' i
The mouse went. Her arms cam ■
word to Joe. They seemed uncon
from around Joe's neck
Ills arm • j How ran I w ake and find the sum
scious of each other s presence.
Hu hands (
A mouse on Mr and Mrs Miller s t ame (rom around her
quick entrance had hid behind a
1 have loved long and passionately
.I D octors Fam ily Laxative
Dut they i
chair Not hearing anything much ha hands back to her hips
these hour* -
J thought it safe to venture out. Vi did not turn their backs
Gold : untight on th< wmgn of bul
Two minutes passed.
They looked at each other
J' m * llending the arrogant
inati.*» of way-
tiHik one luind out of hla pocket and
held it out
At the same time Vi
The «* eager robins and their mel-
held nut one hand.
to • cries.
“ Vi. ' aid Joe
“ Joe.” aid Vi
have lov«-<| these rocks wheri
N o th in g *o lifts on« out of
For no reason at all. Joe put h‘s j
u A n rvv years ago I was In
the "d u m p * " st s nice,
lik e silver cymbals through the
l \ a j . ,ii.
If’iigthm lng cl.»v;
warm bath . • . hair properly , put her hand back un her hip.
dlllon ami 1 would tie very |
1 Swput rrnti tl f# rn bank» wh rr a
Three minutes ps
jewel fl. a * I it / s
dressed . . . and a few min
tired at the least exertion, ami I
With every luidrn lilting o f lh> i
I could 1
utes attention to the skin.
not rest « e l l at night.
“ Aw, what's the sr?"
“ A friend of my mother's j
Two minutes pas pci.
T h e «' trees have brntight in* qule-|
P O R O Soap . . . Deodorant
told me th.il Cartful was a r
tiidr; ami here
.. . Talcum . . . so refreshing for I They faced each »1 tier.
I 5 good tonic and Uvtlslrd tliat |
I Slowly the scowl I* It J ot ’ s faci*. • Lorn: have I dreainetl brnratli tlirir
boughs that spread
1 II e It
also the frown and pout left VI
P O R O Vanishin g Cream , . .
"Aft< r I hud taken one Nit- j
lac.-, Joe brean to think the whole Llkc
cathdrnls. tier on towering
to make your p o n d e r "itay put."
i tie I felt better fly the lime |
thing tunny o he mUed. Vl began
Here have I dre«HMd. A ih I I w u
taken two, the nervous- | ■
Then your hid e f P O R O Face • to tlnnk It funny .so she smlietl
1 tiers hail disappeared. 1 rcrted :
iloth beran to tlitnlt It funnier, sol
Powder 'C shjdes from w hich to
3 at night, had a gtwid appetite, i
he giKKled anti h-- ehu< kled
Then 80 loUng summer and lier woodlaikl
chc r 5 Brow n;, Brunette,
I and felt fine." Mrs Norene *
tli. v b, ran to think it the ftm'* ' '
Her '«'Idtlow rm tossing like a flum-
l fUdd. 120 H. OkBiptM II HI . ;
■ tiling that ever happened, so they |
| Hopkinsville, ICy.
both laughed aloud.
Bright streams where every willow
“ Look here, do »you want to make
WOMFN HAVE USED ........ *
the sparkle is bon It in yo ur eves,
How .‘.hull 1 ever say to her, Fare
and the ne*t moment y o u find
“ Y-ycs, Joe *
yc .’ ■* f saving, " O h , I feel so
D AN IE L W H ITEH EAD 1IICKY.
•Well, why didn't you say so
I first?” tie • ighed.
Mrs Miller was soon In Mr Miller :.
Before embroidering scallops, stitch I
VBHH ■ ■ ■ ; arms
C tP A N é
AFTER 4 0
f u T rue
J*»;; *>-••■ • i
W E E K 'S I ’O E M
Si RI P PEPSIN
asing the B lu e s
and suddenly —
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“ Uid it hurt when I slapped ;-'U?| t h e 111.1U1; lai m h. m « m a . I m i ■
il'v e bei-n worried aNiut It. * Her
, hand went up to hU check
• Just stung a little. Kay. I'm sorry
too Ihd 1 hurt you much?”
"W ell," she seemed to consider, “ It
! doesn l hurt now. anyway."
'•* s, -
Both sighed happily. They would
j have more scraps but making up
i alter one was wonderful.
‘ Hay, what did it begin about
anyway? I guess I .started it."
I “ No. I did. Mama! W e’ve made
l"or I roubles
I The door was opened and Mr. and
'*o io i s no*
j Mrs Martin walked In
*U4RT« u » h
“ You listen to me, VI. Don't you
ever come over here like this again
J*** *AU SIA
and worry me! You're getting to b-
a regular —’’
| “ Mrs Martin, don't talk to VI like
that Did It hurt your feelings sweet
enllo laxative effect of Phillips*
11' fear of what will follow over
“ And you young Miller, don't you
M ilk of Magnesia.
shadows the enjoyment of your
be talking smart to Julia!
,meals, your system may he loo arid.
Many make a practice of taking
young chaps are too nervy. When
Those pangs nf indigestion right
a spoonful or two before meals Olio'
you have any of your—"
after eating and llint lump you feel
or two days weekly. II is a delight-!
“ Father! How dare you speak to
in your stomach for hours after, the
ful way to keep the system always'
Joe that way!
Don't worry, Joe,
sweet; and la keep the bowels front1
darling, he'll be sorry.”
growing sl’ .ggish; nlso t j guard”
“ Come, dear, let's go home where
anti arid and neutralize the excess
against auCi intoxication.
you won't be insulted.”
arid You won't be comfortable
"A ll right, darling."
Phillips' M ilk of Magnesia will
until you do.
elieek a rold in a hurry. Just take a
Mr and Mrs Martin started alter
I'liillips’ Milk of Magnesia will
spoonful at three hour intervals
them as they went through the door,
always check Unit condition of
until that weak, achy, feverish
Joe’s arm around VI.
over-acidity. It acts pleasantly, bill
condition is gone und your head is
“ Well, I ’ll be —
began Mr M ar
promptly and most elTerlively. It
tin. but struck his hand against a
xnjiphcs needed alkali to neutralize
vase and broke it the va.se, not his
G et a bottle lod av; read the
excess unds of the stomach and
directions and learn Phillips' Milk
bowels. Ileadarhes, flatulence, nnd
" - damned!" Mrs Martin finished.
of Magnesia's many important uses.'
nausea are promptly relieved Tour
Inking at her vase and the backs of
For you uud the whole family. 'Jfw
digestion will speedily improve.
und Mir. bottles ran bo obtained
her daughter aiul son In-law
Your appelile will tic sharpened.
at drug stores everywhere.
Constipation tpiirkly yields to the
— TH E END -
s t o m a c h
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r , r ' r r ' u
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Which contains nature's own roots
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