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THS OLD CHESTNUT TREE.
a strong point, with
Hood's Sarsaparilla. A
bottle lasts longer and does
more good than any other.
It is the only medicine of
which can truly be said
100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR
To be sure, you are growing
old. But why let everybody
see it, in your gray hair?
Keep your hair dark and rich
and postpone age. If you will
"Are you the waiter who took my
order for that chop?" "Yessir.” "Bless
me, how you have grown !"
"She says she Is very fond of mu
sic.” "Instrumental?" "Well. It’s In
A Korn Diplomat.
only use Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Ha—Miss DeJou.a, Clara. I never strumental In making the neighbors
your gray hair will soon have
loved any one but you. Will you be uiy swear when she get, at the plan.»."—
all the deep, rich color of
She—But I've been told that you pro
Jinking—How Is your son getting
Sold for 60 years.
posed to four other girls within a month.
whose picture is printed above,
• T am now <*var •»
He—True, darling; but I did it merely along In his literary labors? Jorkita
a thick, g ’">» head of h t’tf hair which la a
proves beyond question that
for practice, so 1 wouldn’t bluuder iu —Oh. famously! You should see how
w.'ti.'et t • « vrrt 01 owl'.' »**• '» Atxl
«ray hair tn it. all du« to Ayer'« Hair \ Itror
gracefully he carries hi, pen behind
proposing to you.
Miu. U. K. B in us. live i«U. Minn.
thousands of cases of infiamma*
his ear.—Boston Transcript
f 1 M a holt 1«,
of the ovaries and womb
to be coaing out Freshman—Yea. it
are annually cured by the use of
Tomorlal Artist—Tried our hair
The Big Agricultural and Saw Mill Ma- la.
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable
tonic? Fteshtuan—Yes. but that didu't
Cblnery Houses Centered In Portland
aa Headquarter, tor the Northwest.
"How hollow it sounds!” said a pa
There ia nothing of which Portland
" D kab M m . PixitnxM ¡ — Gradual
The tests of turbine engine« st Elber
ia mon* proud than the gieat agricul tient ander the movement cure, as the
feld. Germany, show a ateam consumir loss of strength ami nerve force told
tural implement houeea that make
tion equivalent to about eleveu pound, me something was radically wrong
their headquarteia for the Northwest chest “Oh. that's nothing!" said the to indicated horse-power, su unparal with me. I had severe shooting pains
through the pelvic organs, cramps and
in thia city. Among the first of three doctor; “wait till we get to the bead.” leled performance in economy.
extreme irritation comi'elled me t-t
Alice (aged 5)—Matnma. my appe
ia the Advance Thresher Company,
■eek medical advice. The doctor said
which baa built a fine warehouse and tite says it's time for dinner. Mother
For coughs and colds there Is no better that I bad ovarian trouble and ulcera
offices on the East aide at Second and —Well, dear, go and see what the medicine than l*t«o a Cure for Consump tion, and advised an operation.
Belmont streeta. .Mr. J. 0. Humphrey clock says. Alice (some seconds lateri tion. Price 25 cents.
strongly objected to thia and decided
ia the manager in charge of the com —The clock says my appetite is ten
to try Lydia E. Pinkham's \ <sr**"
He Has It Removed.
pany'a splendid business in this sec minutes fast!
"They say." rcmarkwl the youth, “that table Compound. 1 soon found that
my Judgment was correct, and that all
tion, and he ia now in the thick of
Husband—What! A hundred dol a wise man never stumbles over the the good tilings Mid about thia medi
spring activity at hie commodious lar, for an opera cloak? Why, it ia same stone twice.”
"That’s right." rejoined the Mgw cine were true, and day by day I felt
perfectly ridiculous, my dear. Wife—
less pain and increased ap;>etite. The
The threshermen are just now look Y’es, I know It la; but you said you "When he passes that way agaiu it ulceration soon healed, and the other
ing sharply after new equipment and
complications disappeared, and in
couldn’t afford an expensive oue.—Chi
necessary repairs and renovations for
eleven weeks I was once more strong
cago bally News.
O*e coming season, and no one omits
and vigorous and perfectly well.
** My heartiest thanks are sent to
calling at the Advance establishment
you for the great gvxwl you have done
if he seeks to inform himself fully as
— Sincerely voura, M tss M ami a kxt
to the market and advantages of the are better than one." Now. Johnny,
MZHKIKV, 275 Third St., Milwaukee,
various threshing outfits.
In fact a do you believe that? Johuny—Yes'm.
Wis,— fsooo fvrflt tf
of <iX»e taMor
visit to the agricultural and saw mill ’Cause then you kin get a Job In a
machinery manufacturers houses on the dime museum and make lot, o*
East aide ia a liberal education to any money.
Always Leap Year.
one who wants to get a fair idea of the
“At what age do you consider wom
In one part of “all the Russia«.’’ ths
vast farmer interests of thia part of en the moat charming?” asked the In
province of Ukraine, it Is always leap
quisitive female of more or less un
Ruffgin»—I eee some geniu« has in
Immense capital ia inveeted in these certain age. "At the age of the wom vented revolving rubber heels for shoes». year aa far as the female privilege of
concerns. They sell largely on credit, an who asks the question." answered
J ugg sou—Ah! Another revolutionary proposing is concerned. It Is said to
tie customary there, when a young
and when times are prosperóos an the man. who was a diplomat—New movenit nt on foot, eh?
woman falls in love with a man. for
enormous amount of machinery is sold Yorker.
Mother« will find Mr«. Window«’« Sou thing her to go to his father s house, and In
and paid for. They are the thermome
Howe,—Don't like this cold weath Syrup the best remedy to u«e fur their children the most tender and pathetic manner
ter of the advancement and prosperity
er. eh? Why. only last summer you daring the teething period..
plead with the young man to take her
of the great Northwest. The factory
were complaining of the beat Barue,
as his wife. She promises the most
Anything1 but Green.
and principal place of business of the
—Not of the heat Itself, but rather be
Wiggle»—Muggins m.^e his money in submissive obedience to tils will If he
Advance Threshing Company is at Bat
cause of its untlmellness. It would l>e groceries.
will but accept her. li !!»• young num
tle Creek, Michigan. Two years ago
all right If reserved for such weather
Higgles—Indeed! Was he a green says: ”1 beg that you w III excuse lite
they came into Portland, and now they
as thia.—Boston Transcript
from tills." she tells him
it she Is
are doing business with the most ac
Wiggles—I should «ay not. He did a resolved uot to depart until he shall
“You may turn up your nose at me.
tive and influential people in their
Martha Ann Bllllwlnk. but I want you
promise to take her for better or w orse
to remember it's leap year, and Kit
She accordingly takes up uer alwsle
IMPORTAMT TO TMRESHERMEN.
Garlinghorn Is trying to get me away
there and remains until be Is wooed
A Guide to the Height of Heels.
from you." “Well. I’ll Just show the
An Account and Note Book ot 25 Page« and won or until he ends the siege by
There are four different heights,
freckle-faced thing she can't do that—
fleeing to parts unknown.
Sent Free to Any Address.
with as many different name«, of the
George dear!"—Chicago Tribune.
military heel alone.
As a guide to
Old Soldier's Storv.
The A. H. Averill Machinery Co., of
"Father.” Mid Kathie, "bow much
those who want to b? right on the sub
Portland, Ore., whoee advertisement is
Sonoma, Mich., June 13.—That even
ject of heels, remember the following: doe, a quite small bottle of Ink cost?* to be found elsewhere in this publica in actual warfare disease is more ter
l’p to one and one-quarter inches a “You can get one for a penny," an tion, have prepared for distiibution rible than bnllets is the esperienc« <>l
heel la a military, up to one one aud swered father. “A penny!" exclaimed among threshermen a thresherman’r ac I>elo« Hutchins of this place. Mr.
five-eighths it 1» a Cuban, above that Kathie. in great disgust "And mum count and note book of 25 pages
This Hutchins aa a Union Soldier saw three
It is a Spanish heel.
When it goes mie made an awful tus, when I upset book will be mailed to thrsabevtnan year» ol eervl.e under Buller Barke in
above two Inches It Is a Cantilllan.
free! of charge, by addressing the above the Louisiana i»»mpn and as a result
“Aren't you ashamed of your Indo named company.
The French heels range from one and
got crippled w'th Rheumatism so that
one-quarter to two inches usually— lence " "Indeed, I am." answered
his hands and feet got all twisted out
and are called Louis XV. The Du
of shape and how he suffend only a
Barry heel runs from two inches—and
Rheumatic will ever know.
pleaded the young physician.
quite a few women wear IL—Shoe Re “I’ve been takin' de faith cure. I've
For twenty-five years he was in mis
been choppin’ make-believe wood wit’
joined the fair maid. "I don’t like the ery, then one lucky day his druggist
an imaginary ax."—Washington Star. idea ot having a doctor’s bill thruat un advised him to use Dodd's Kidney Pills.
There 1> mor« Catarrh In thia section of th<
Newitt—Well, there's one thing der my nose."
Of the result Mr. Hutchin« say»:
oountry than all olh-r dBeaaea pul b-fether
“The first two boxes did not help
and until the last lew years was supposed to bs about the weather. It's always a safe
Incurable. For agreat many * ears doctors pro topic of converMtion.
me much but I got two more and la-fore
count d it a local ulsea-e. and prescribed local
■'/TFr-H HABITS FERMANENTtY CURtD
I got them used up I was a great deal
remedies, and by constantly tailing to run thought it was to-day when I met
- FOS FULL FAAnCULAItS
with local treatment, pronounced it Incurable Lendham. but when I started to speak
better. I kept on taking them and
Science baa proven catarrh to be a constitu
now my pains are all gone and I feel
tlonal disease, and therefore require«constitu of It he Mid, “Yes, it's unsettled, and
tlonal treatment Hall’af atarrh Cure, menu that reminds me of that account of
better than I have in years. I know
lectured by F. I. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio, li
The largest care is the Mammoth. It Dodd's Kidney Pills will cute Rheuma
the only constitutional cure on the market. Il yours.”
is tasen Internally in doaea from 10 dropa to a
"Dear.” Mid the politician's wife, gable stream flowiug through its cham tism."
leaspoonful. It acta directly on the blood and
mue "u surfaces of th* -ystem. They offer ot s
"there's a handsome big policeman bers.
Ellgtit ot Illg Birds
hundred dollars for anr case it fella to cure
whose beat embraces Mrs. Swellmau’s
•end for circulars and testimonials.
Of birds now in existence, probably
’e Permanently t orwi. Wo fluor nervooenefl
r. J. < ll£XEY A CO., Toledo, O house. Can't you get him transferred
0 ,A.r flr.t Jifiue fl.r K line's* ,r«at .Serve the one with the greatest expanse of
Bold by Pruralsts. 75c.
to this neighborhood?” "What for?”
low. Send flor Free «a trial brutleand '—‘‘-r.
Ball's Family Pills are the beat.
wing in proportion to the tsuly and
demanded her busband. "Mrs. Swell- j Dr . K. M. Kline. Ltd K' Arch st . I'bllad.lptiia, Fa
with the greatest power of flight is
man has an excellent cook and I want
Bones with the People Off.
Ilarbln, Mamburia, la only three the frigate or man-o’-war bird. This
Two little fellows of 7 and 8 year, her.”—Philadelphia Press.
years old, but It Is one of the great bird apparently flies more by skill than
heard older people speaking of skele
est cities of Asia, and has tlie larg by strength, for it has not great carry
tons. The " year-old boy listened pa were entertaining their friend, with a est European population of any Asiatic Ing powers. The wandering albatross,
tiently to the converMtion, when the grand lunch and In attendance were city, containing <».<<>0 It us-la ns. be- the largest of all seablrt i, Is also one
older boy, with an air of superior some typical British tars. A young sides the soldiers and 40.000 Chinese, of our strongest flyers. One bird was
lady, wanting a piece of bread looked it will be the great flour milling city known to fly at least 3,150 miles In
knowledge. Mid abruptly:
"You don't know what a skeleton I a behind her chair at one of the sailors ot that region.
In waiting, and asked him to bring her
and I do.”
"So do I," replied the younger. “I what she wanted. But he drew bihi-
self up, stiff and stern, and. to her
amazement, replied, “Can’t do it. miM; '
“Well, what ia it?”
“It’, bone, with the people off."— I’m told off for taturs.”
j An Cp-to-Date Village.—"Do you
have a g'-od lecture course here during
the winter?" was asked of the manager
of the Higginsville Lyceum. "Indeed
Apply to NATHAN BICKFORD, ,14 P St.. we do,” he answered; “and next season
Washington, D.c. Mh X. H. Vola., is.1-45.
we expect to outdo all previous records.
So far we have booked one ransomed
one reformed gambler, one
Malaria ia a slow poison, but the most stubborn and
WE WANT missionary,
troupe of trained animals, one convert deeply rooted when it takes possession of the sys
ed heathen, one moving picture ma
f 150 anti up per chine and one professional (HTsonator. tem. We breathe into the lungs the polluted, germ-
month to ener We may take on a college professor who tainted air; the little microbes then enter into the sys
getic represen wants to speak about the tendency of tem, and feeding upon the red corpuscles of the blood,
tatives in every
soon reduce this vital, life-sustaining fluid to such a
city anti town modern literary thought, but I don't
town in Oregon know. It's pretty hard to keep the weak, watery 6tate that the patient becomes listless,
Washington and Idaho. Dignified, hon course on the same high plane of pale and anaimic, and men
Amory, Mies., Jan. 28, 1003.
orable, permanent and immensely profit thought throughout.”—Judge.
tally and physically de
About fifteen yesra ago I Buffered with bolls
able employment at home or on the
The Other Side of the Story: Bln-' pressed. Malaria may be end
took a course of 8. 8. 8., which built me up
road; something new; send stamp or
gleton—What's the trouble, old man;' gin with slight rigors or and entirely cured me of the bolls. Three years
call at office for details.
ago I suffered with Malaria, and remembering
you look all broke up. Wederly—You chilly sensations, followed how muoh good 8. 8. 8. hod done me, I deter
SQUARE DEAL BROKERAGE CO.
would doubtless look broke up, too. If by fever and thirst; but mined to try it «gain. I am glad to say that the
129 Seventh Street,
Portland, Oregon you had a mother-in-law like mine, 1
were all I could have desired. Since then
gradually all parts of the reeulte
I take 8. B. 8. every spring, and have no attack of
and she------ Singleton—Ila! The old. system are affected; the “wleria- Last summer I spent most of the time
CHAMPION ’ old atory; »he’s coming to spend a few liver becomes torpid, and on Tomblgbce bottom having timber cut.
weeks with you, I suppose. Wederly
A. E. DALRYMPLE.
dark or yellow splotches
I (sadly)—No; on the contrary, she ha,
digest the food,
been with us two months, nnd to day
, she was compelled to return home. She and there are frequent headaches; dizziness, bad taste in the mouth,
nursed my wife through n bnd case of constipation and a general worn-out, tired feeling that only a sufferer
| fever, took care of the baby. attended from Malaria can describe. Other and more dangerous symptoms
to the household duties, mended my are apt to follow where this disease is neglected, such as nervous pros
clothes, and loaned me five dollars on tration, palpitation, sleeplessness, enlarged liver, weak kidneys boils
three different occasions. Oh, I tell J and risings and dangerous-looking sores and abscesses. Malaria ’is ail
you. that woman Is an earthly angel the more dangerous because of its insidious and stealthy nature. It is
if there ever was one.—Ex.
an invisible atmospheric poison, and the germs and microbes that are
The Kind You Have Always Bought
AN INVISIBLE ENEMY
HEW PENSION UWS “sV«ra!
Enough to Hold Him for Awhile.
"The average weight of men's j
brain«." ventured Mr. Henpeck, "Is j
Draw Cut. no push. Added Power, cuts where
others won't. Prices right
five ounces greater than
buy. Buy the Beet. Buy the Chanii Ion
Mowers, Bakes, and Binders.
“And the average brick.” replied his
MITCHELL, LEWIS A STAVE» darling, “weighs a good deal more than
a book of real poetry."
First and Taylor Sts.
ful ». laatmo.xMl
Hold by drugguu
Sara—Just think of the number of
American girls who go tuft hunting
abroad! They who return as countesses
are so few!
Jack—And those who don't are
lodged in the blood are propagating and increasing in number all the
while, clogging the circulation and gradually wrecking the health.
What is needed in Malarial troubles is
a blood purifier and tonic. S. S. S. purifies
the germ-infected blood, tones up the stom
ach, improves the appetite and invigorates
the entire system. It stimulates the torpid,
sluggish organs of the body, enabling them
to properly perform their functions and
carry off the poisonous secretions and health-destroying matter that have
been polluting the blood and clogging the circulation. S. S. S. con
tain» no strong minerals, but is strictly a vegetable remedy, a blood
purifier without an equal, and the greatest of all tonics. If you have
any symptoms of Malaria, write us, and medical advice will be fur-
Dished without cost.
9WIFT 9PCCIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA»
Love for Familiar Tlilu«e of Nature
kliowe Cultura of the tleiiulne Mort.
DOCTOR ADVOCATED OPERATION
PE-RU-NA MADE KNIFE UNNECESSARY
A woman whose busy life Is lived In
a large city returned to her old homo
Mrs. Eva Hartlm. 133 East I’Jtb fit.
the other day for a visit. All the old-
time neighbors catue to sea her, and New York City, N. Y„ writes:
“I Buffered for tlitee years with
the weeks were crowded with the
pleasure» of revived uiemorlee Of one leucorrliea ami ulceration of the womb.
of these memories she wrote afterward I be dvK'tor advocated an u|wratlon
which I <lrea<le<l very much, ami
to n friend:
"But the pleasantest appointment I strongly objectevl to go under It. Now
kept was with the big old chestnut I am a changed woman. Peiuna enrsd
tree ou the path to school. The leaves mo; It took nine bottles, but I felt so
were deep on the ground underneath, much Improved I kept taking it, aa I
and I pushed almut through them just 'beaded an operation so much. I sin
ns ivo used to do twenty years ago, today in perfect health and have not
felt so well for fifteen years."—Mrs
nnd thought of the many boys and
girls who had got nuts there on the
Mrs. Senator Roavh. of l.artmore.
way to and from school. I picked up
tuy hatful of big glossy nuts tuyself. N. Dak.; Mrs. Senator Warren, ot
and managed to rub two bolea through Cheyenne, W yo.; Belva l ixkwood
anti Mr«, tleneral I ungstreot, of
the patent leather tipa of my secoud Washington, II. C., are among the
beat shoes. Hut liie nuts wets worth prominent ladies w ho endorse I'eruna.
It. I don't snow when I've been so
Mias lieleu Rolof, Kaukauna, Wis.,
“I came away with n new purpose
“Bsvvral times during the past two
to live for. I'm going to own that trss!
It won’t cost much, for the Inml there ytars or nmrv my system has lawn
Isn't worth anything, and what Joy greatly in need of a tonic, ami at those
It will lie to me In my city days to limea I'eruna luus leeti of great help in
think that I have Mved the old tree so building up the system, restoring my
that other boys nnd girls, so long a« It appetite ami mvuring lestful sleep.**—
Ilves, can scuttle through the leaves
Mi"» Ntur.el Arimtage, 3<1 Greenwood
and pick up the lints under Its brsneb-
os, and gather dreams and memories Ave., Detroit, Mich , District Organis
also from It as I Used to do so many er of the Royal Templars of Temper-
, Alice, writes as follows:
•‘I «iiftcrr'l (t»r rtvc year« with uter
The letter strikes a note which is far
less common than It should be. t’lty ine hrrgularitivw, which brought on
"opportunities" seem to eager young hyrtvriu au<i ninth’ mo « phytlcal
doctor« from tho differ
ixaiplo all over the country to offer the wreck. I
j one open door to education, and that ent echool« of medicine, but without
most rare and elusive Ideal, culture. I any |M*rrr|>tihlo c h an go in my con
Kill 1-11:11,,. Iff g .piilittv of th," solll. dition. In my doapuir I called on an
not an amount, greater or lean, of «>ld nurno, who adviacul mo to try I'erti-
knovvhxlge put Into the mind. It Is na, and promised g«>od rvenlte if I
won, not by effort, but by the love would p«-rwi«»t ami lako it regularly. I
kept thi» up for fix month«, and Ntca<l*
that unconsciously ripens Into "dreams
ily gained uhrngth ami health, and
alien I had tim'd h(t«M*n tmtlh*« I con
Renders of laiwell's letters will re
tiderod myaelf entirely cured. I am a
call his life long love for the trees of
grateful, happy woman tt<layMn»n
Elmwood, ami latngfellow never liked Muriel Irmitage.
to leave Cambridge while his lilacs
Mini Lucy M. lliley, S3 IMvenport
were In bloom. Men of wide scholar
St., Clrvelnndg Ohio, write«:
«hip that they were, much of their
“I with to add my endoraemont to
treasure was gathered not from the
rare folios on their library shelves, but thouMMid« of other women who have
Miss ISA II aM I ll<>
Loen curvd through the u«o of I’eruna.
I suffered for five year« «(th »ever»
backai he, ami when weary or worried
in the h ant I had prolonged headache.
I am now in |M*r(ecl health, enjoy Illa
and have neither an echo or pain,
thank« to I’eruna.”—Lucy M. Itllry.
It ia no longer a »pleation «• to
whether I’eruna can I a* relied on to
cure all euch cam»«. I hiring the many
yvara in which I’eruna haw I h ' tii pul tn
teat in all forma ami atagra of acute
•ml chronic catarrh no one year ha« put
thia remedy to greater teat than the
If all the women who are auffering
witli any form of female weakneaa
would write to |>r. Hartman, Colum-
hue, Ohio, and give him a complete
deecriptlon of their a^mptoma and the
peculiarities of their trouble«, lie will
i in med lute I y reply with complete di
rection« for treatment, free of charge.
Addreaa Or. Ilarlman, Pteaident of
The Hartman Sanitarium, C'ulumbue,
from the common things of their own
dooryarda. There are opportunities
In Foorh**!» achool» three hour« a wack Wull I Irllllnu XlrtuHintffss
that the city <| om not control, and to are given to me«llvwurk, iu New York
Ma -e Blfoiig ati’t «turabla tor hard '"d
one who loves them, prairie and ills • c I hm ’I b but oil«.
E»" tit« ami steam •»»■
and ealalug« ot
tant hills, the meadow brook and the
anything In thr n.ttchlnary line
maple tieslde the door offer a culture
Rl IERSON MACHINERY CO.
Write Alien4» ohn»<«*«l. le K«»y.H. Y . ft»r a
that no lunik can give,
fra« *atit i Ir of Allan b
It curra POM H AND
sass asas»»asases sass««•
SC ARID MIM IMO PRtACHIMk
In the early days of Metlmdl-m In
the West a "circuit rider," If be had
n large field to cover, was eotnetlm<*a
1-erinlttod to have a "colleague." win
whs frequently a young minister. Just
(«‘ginning to preach. The R.-v. John
1 hompeon was a circuit rider In a
somewhat thinly settled |x>rt on of cen
trnl Illinois more than fifty years ago. 1
The colleague aaslgned to him was
Brother Jame« Hmlth. an excellent
young man. but with very little ex|>erl
etice as a preacher.
On* «ttndajr Mr. Thompson hn«1 rti *
nppolutment at a small meeting house
In the country, but having a severe
cold he a«ked his young a-e.slant to
go along w ith lilni and preach the ser-
non. and the latter, as In duty bound,
Brother Smith had never undertaken
I > preach In the pres» rice of bls more
experienced colabor«r, and wrhen. aft«r
the 0|>enlng serví ea. he rose and gave
out Ills text, he was visibly eiul>ar-
He stammered through a few arn-
ten<a*s. In-sltatod, made another at
tempt. and came to a dead stop.
"What's the use, brethren?” he Mid,
sitting down. ”1 can't preach!"
Brother Thompson saw that the caa->
w as one tn which heroic measures
"Young man,” he whispered sternly
In his ear, “you get up again and
preach that sermon, or I’ll take you
out In the grove, after this meeting 1«
over, and give you a hard spanking,
as sure as your name Is Smith!”
An electric shock could not havej
operated quicker. Brother Hmlth ros>
to his feet again, his hesitation all
gone, and In ringing tones he preaebe 1
a sermon that la still remembered by
aged survivors of that old-time con
gregation as the most fervid and elo
quent discourse they ever heard so
young a man deliver.
•wraiin< f * ’• ffWfl llen aching tert
c«»rtiB. in<o>w ing nail« an<1 bunion« All <t rug*
gist« ««Hit ¿’■e. I»s>nt a*x-«pt any «uletltute.
li U V
Lea than 7 per tent of the |Hiwrr uaed
in manufa* luring plant« In (lia I uilvd
States l* electric.
ì)r. C. Gee Wo
«UN DF.R FUL
Little Liver Pills.
Thia w«m4arfwl <*ht
Deer .1 « tut i« camM
gfffai »••« bum ha turai *
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HE FOUND THE TROUBLE.
Ilonrke Ceckran’s Story of the Boy
Whi«e Father Kept Ills Word,
In an address that be recently de
livered on the labor question, W.
Rourke Cochran told n atory of Ills
boyhood, says the New York Tribune.
"I was born In Ireland.'' be »aid.
"and In Ireland I obtained a ;>nrt of
my education. 1 remptuber we I the
M-bool I attffndrd and I rein.-mlx-r well
n school fellow of nilna named Michael,
n lad who was always talking about
trouble and always looking for It. W.-
are on the qu.-atlon of troub'e now
and therefore In .Michael's experience
It may bo that there Is something to
“Michael boasted constantly that the
master was afraid to flog him. Why?
(th, larcanse bls father had aald that
If a hand was ever laid upon the boy
there would be trouble. But one day
Michael misbehaved and the flogging
due was not long In coming.
"The boy wont home Indescribably
enraged. He sought out his father.
" ’Father,’ he said, 'didn't you any
tlint If the srhoolniaater ever licked
me there would be trouble?'
" 'I did,’ the father answered.
" ‘Well, I was llcke.l to-day, and only
for throwing paper pellets about the
"The father frown.-d.
<• q never fall, my boy. to keep a
promise,’ he said. ’There Is going to
be trouble. Fetch the strap.’ ”
11« r " llr< mine.”
Mrs. Rubbertoll Why did you with
draw your application for divorce?
Mrs. Gayboy—Becauae I found tlint
I wouldn't be nl.le to get enough ali
mony to support another husband.
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