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About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1906)
My Ilair is
Feed your hair; nourish It;
give it something to live on.
Then it will stop fulling, and
will grow long and heavy.
Ayer's I lair Vigor Is the only
huir-food you can buy. For
(M) years It has been doing
|ust what we claim It will do.
It will not disappoint you.
My halr narrt •«•
v»ry «hort Hst »har
uelt'B A)»l « Hail Vu ol « «hurt tim» It l>« MM>I
| i ato« *•«*«! |»<»W It I« foutlrnii lUt'hre lulttf
Tlile errin« « »|>l»mllrt r»s«»l* tum»»fte»r tiwlntf
alin st wnl<oul ai>y i)Bli “ Mua J II Firau.
t uiotadu Mptln««. Lei».
Fmlarllnn of Anterlmii Nlr4«.
Th* in«»veiin*n t f<»r the protet'tluu of
blnli In America bus lung silica
farmer la familiar with what
Is called "crop bound“ In fowls.
crop bm-omes packed with food that
has res sell to pass into tlie glsaard
Aiiitu'hnn Homes Mini Oariluns.
of th*« credit f’*r the work BccouipilBb
«*<1 I m dun ty thu
I which eilBt In thirty ttvfi
of the bird.
If the contents uf the
crop cuuslat of grain only, the fowl
aliould lie kept from f'««l for some
lu addition, tlw crop should lie
manipulated with the bauds
tend to loosen the grain and start Its
passage Into the glxsard.
, which for it number of y*»»i» have car
ried oh an active work for the con surf
ing <>f bird life.
The rusuKt acoum
' pIlBlied nre (*»>nshlerut»h*.
i law" drawn up by the American Oral*
t I k dog I et s’ union la now In force
| thirty Whites and the District of Co
iiinihla. The Leery lew eacludea from
inti'i Mtnto co til tn<* rc«« m H bird» killed II
legally In any Htate, and makes thoae
The Farm l.ateu, «(aeetlaa.
Much la belug aald Juat now about la
Dor on the farm.
The farmere complain
la both ocarne and luefBclent.
farm bamle grumble about
and long hours.
A a Ur the
wagee, I believe the hired
legitimately killed subject to the law
<>f the Htnte In whl< ii tb«*y are bought
Laws prohibiting tKe Ml* of game
out of Muaaoii, ©ten when killed in sea
•oil, look toward tiie »nine end of con
nerving bird life.
Public attention bus
man la right; while tlie farmer I, often
correct as to the poor quality of tire
Iwe-n arouabd uu the subjuct. and eveti
ilie manufacturer of air rldea no long
•r calle attention to the fact that they
will kill small game within abort dla
Absolute protection has uot
the birds everywhere,
but a great and Important work has
been well begun and is being carried
help to Ire had. The reason for thia la
uot far to soak. Other oc-upatlona have
offered greater Inducement, to th, mau
Without capital, and tlie treat men have
left tlie farm and gone to tliem. Tliere
la, It muat be cuiifeeood, little ludm-e-
metit for a strung, willing, euergtlc
young man to work ou a farm at «12
blltAT TUNNEL PLANNED.
or «13 per month and board,
uaiinlly do better elaewhere. and elae
Ceulrul reelUe fu 1*1 ».re the Sierra
"The boring of what will l>e the long
where be gore.
Thia la true of all
gradea of aervlce; and uot uutll the
farm can offer tire mau uf muacle and
eat tunnel In the United Ntatee. and
one of the longest In the world, has
very rec«*ntly Iwrn determined upon by
tin» Central I'ariflc llallroad lompany,"
gays J. Mayne italtlmore In th# Tochnl
cal World Jdagaalne.
“Chief Engineer William flood has
finished plane and r«*por(e for the pro
posed gigantic Mis mile hole to l»e bored
through th« Nicrra Nevada Mountains
In < altfornla, a abort distance west of
th»» town of Truckee, Aris.
The object of this great tunnel Is to
cut down th« present mountain climb
of 7,<*I7 f«*el by fuUy 2.UU0 foet, and
curve» and much of the grade
Engineer Hood's reports contain •••me
mudlti« ations of hl» first series of stir
veys. made some years ago. and tie«»«
will doubtlcMN l>e approved by l’rc»l
d<nt Harriman, and work. It la expert
e«l. will very suou l»u commenced on this
“It I m estimated that the tunnel will
Coat not leas than g|(»,< mmi .( mm ) «nd that
am mg other tiling*« it will cheapen the
annual ex ¡»r lines of o|M*ratlng train»
over th» mountain division by fully
living over fiflJiuO feet In
length, (he tunnel will Iw» one of the
ioiigeM In th«» world and certainly the
lungent in the (‘nited Htatea
eat now tn eslMtence on this continent
I m the IG.tMM) foot lx »re In th«* Ca»<*ade
range In Washington, ou the Great
W h •>«■!.
“K« m that old chap?*’ remarked the*
clubman. |*uinill>g util lb» wluovw to an
old peddler, who carried a bs«bi> of »hoe i
“Wrti, h» ram» to th « country '
from 1tu»«ia ten ,«*ars ago. II*- borrowed
some money to purchase a basket and be«
gan to peddle Mho« lares.
Ilow mu<*h do
you think he's worth tudvy? Just msks
a gueer. “
Heveral large itimi were mentioned st
"Wrong,“ «aid the clubman. “Its Isn’t j
worth a *ent and be still uw»s (or lL<*
basket.“ Pm k.
It«» I »rfnl Karlhwam.
UM), (MJO earthworms quietly at work
for the advantngr of the up|M*r sli fret
of every acre
They rontiuually turn
over tin* Moll ami drag down leave« ami
grass, and thus they looseu the soil and
fertilize th«* ground, so that nocmuwtry
air can reach (he routs that spread and
On the Houtb Hide Is • Chinaman
who bag not
bwn In Chicago long
enough to master the English language,
save (hat he has gras|»ed the moaning
of a few words.
The other day he
went Into (ho store of a tradesman, but
was unable to make any one In the
store understand what he want«*!.
To the clerks ho kept saying “tllng.
tllng“ After all had given up In des
pair and when John was alout to make
his departure, the proprietor hnp|»ens<l
tn make Ids ap|M«ara nee.
“tllng" to him was string and ho pro
cured a sn tlou of rope the size of a
John looked at It for a moment, took
It In bls yellow fingers and thru said
"young tllng “
went to • cabinet, pulled out a drawer
ntid came back with a s | hmj 1 of thread.
The Mongolian's face was
wreathed with smiles. He handed over
bls nickel and wont aliout his business
with the air of a man who had scrom-
PH-I hm I a grvut undertaking
A Habit OTltb Him.
There waa a buslnraa mau In a little
Waatrrn tuwu who never bait a guud
■'Ultimate frlendalilpa. and at one limo
<»r aiwlber alm.^l every Inhabitant of
the villa,.- had had a quarrel with him
One day the old Hoti tried to board a
train which did uot atop,
thrown a treat dlatauce and fell In a
heap on the track lu the rear of the
The group of villa,
era on the depot platform thought that
their hereditary enemy had lieeii killed
purer and W2
more efficient w
than any Bak- V
ing Powder that
costs three times
food fur ami« day,.
Vor Vkelul.li,U l.sehl.
Mr John Mpears, of Brltlab f'olum
bla. sends tu tlw Montreal Htar a sketch
of a coiitrlvame for weighing live
lam ba. Farmer, who have laini»« to sell
are tn need of some such method of
a»-ertalnliig their weight
tln-lr iiM-u. Wliat la needed la uot cheap
lala.r, and lota of It, but good labor and
.klllful management for It While tlila
I, true of th» lalarr problem a, a whole,
It I, >«|iially true that tire main quea
lion la Hint of Individuality. A farmer
who Iren I a tile bird mau aa be would
wish to lie treated If he were tlie wage
earner can usually get men, and the
laliorer who looks after hl, employer's
Intereata aa hla owu can alwaye find
You can uo more leave
>ut tin- Individuality In coiialderlng Hie
What la lu great
est demand Is mutual innlldeiice and a
.initual din I re to do tlie lavst that can
A dlfferem-e lu wagea of a
lollar or two a month Is a email thing
to tlie difference la-tween a g<axl mall
aud a lea.r one, or between a giaal
place ami a bad one
E. E Sillier, lu
• grlcullural Epltomlat
How TO WElOH Tilt 1.ÀMB.
of an ordluary wbeat aack, bavlng two
aultable stick« attsebed to top and
A atout pleee of rope la at
tacbed to tlw emla of »ach of theae
atlcka. The wbole forma a allng.
thia method tlw lamlia do not wrlggle
evolution of tlie plauk frame
and they can't get out wben um-e In,
«ml It la very qub k, humane aud ef
barn Is the natural result of tlie scut
•tty of tliiita-r for building.
vhlerable saving lu lumber and ease of
RRiltlng Old Pralt Trew«.
A Maryland fruit grower baa after
several years of ex|»erluientliig illw-uv
l^-sa time ami fewer men are
required In the erav-tlou, and there ta
little or nothing sacrlflced lu strength
alm-e tlie excellent method of bracing
etiablea tliem to atand ttie pressure of
hay anil grain within or strong winds
ere>l a way to revive uld fruit trees
ami keep them In bearing condition
long after their supi « mm *<I stage of use
fulness bus passed.
Aa the cause of
decay In a tree la Its Inability to carry
tlie sap to all of It, branches, beading
the tree li-awns the area tu be tracers
ed. the amount of top to be removed,
varying according tu the farmer's Judg
Bone dust and ashes must then
badly hurt, captalnf"
With the tlrat abort breath the fallen
man waa able to draw be gaaped "No.
you d d old fool! Tbat'e the way I
Knaaged la a Neble Week.
Employer Jimmy, 1 lot you off yea
terday afternoon becauee you aaid you
bad eom. ne.eaM ry work to do and one
of my ckrka a.ya ho aaw you an hour
or two later at the ball game.
Yra. air; 1 waa rootle' fur
do home tram.
No farmer can afford to do without
a good garden. It is not tu be expected
that every one will be a fancy gar
dener. but every one should give auffl
dent attention tu tlw subject so aa to
may t* used or the entire structure
may lai of plank. A go<id. flrtnly built
stone ami cemeut foundation la advi,
Witti this to rsst the plauk upon
tlie frame la raised.
No allla are limit and tlw upright
thereby produced, wblcb was then frox
eu. chemlcslly, of course.
upon the outlay.
was obtained by tbe addition uf vautl
lln. glucln and nltrobeuxol. They any I
tie the two side, together. Tlie ,cant-
llnga on each aide of tlie barn floor,
forming center posts, are then rallies!
anil aplked In place. I'pon the outside
<>f each upright la aplked a plank of
the same alxe aa and parallel with the
first crosa plank. Ttila give, three 2x8
Indies for cross sills through the cen
ter of the barn, each Joint or bard be
ing flxeil In ttila way. End Joints, using
tainnls Instead of plank on outside, give
tin- bedwork of tlie barn. At the aides,
tietween upright. In placs of sill, a
plank la flrnily splkesl; thia bold, the
small cost of money or labor, and will
add Immensely tu the enjoyment of
Boaa a»-rtoN aiiowitvu aasctfiu.
be no sparing of spike
nails, as these are au essential feature
to secure solidity.
and cambium layer wherever It came
The plums that have lawn stung by
It Isn't much trouble, and It doean't Coat
uny imire to do It now than later. The
fruit that bring, high prices will ^-..w
much larger if these parasttws are re
able until the cause of the gull Is re
moved. Au examination of tlie harness
should tw made whenever tlw horse Is
brought up from work at night, and It
should lw kept III good coudltlou or the
horse will suffer.
As aoon as the lima la-ana start up
the pole, be sure tu tie them up with
If you are trying to use last
year's white birch poles, you are going
to have them rot off and fall dowu and
cause no end of trouble.
There la noth
Ing better tbun cedar bean poles.
All soils are formed from disinte
grated rock, and organic matter.
the latter, »dla contain from 1 to more
than 70 per cent; It la, however, only
In laiga or lietla of peat that the amount
on. 7. r. WIST.
last nameil la ever present
wheat land, contain only from 4 to 0
per cent of organic matter; oats and
rye will grow In »ills containing only
I or '2.
Ths Intelligent farmer should
endeavor to as<-ertaln wliat la wanting
lu tlie »>11 and supply It remembering
that be can make no imaalble mistake
with barnyard uiauura.
In a current California report It la
asaerteil that a new priw-rss for pre
serving (wrlsliable fruit and food prod
ucts has lieeii discovered aud tasted
with auiveaa lu California.
It la said
that by tlie use of a vacuum freah fruit
may Iw kept from spoiling, aud the
promoters of the new process say that
by this means fresh fruit can be kept
perfectly freah for three mouths,
cay la said tu be warded off lu the moat
remarkable manner. It la claime,) that
this new vacuum process will revolu
tionise tlie trans|,irtatloii of fruits aud
vegetables from California.
“Aw—captain, you used to
•r, didn’t you?”
“Would you mind t«llin<
what kind of bait you uaod in
“UudM. when wo could <et
prevalent every «ucceeillng
CITC Ät* V •••**
an<l on Nwrv nj» (»ia »*»
by I>r. Ki u»'« fir*»
S*»nr» R*»w»rwr Mend tar h RF’.F. fltrUM b«>tti • ar
ireutlM. Dr K>L1C1 ib .14. «11 Arch ML. Pt Ha..?-»
IIIu nrrm»:.»ntly cured
Divorce« seems to tie growing tnor«
b< a vkal
Proapectir« Inveator Tbe earthquake,
of couroe. bar disturbed property valuer
out hsre a great deal.
San Frsnrhem — Wsll. sir, to tell tbe
truth, our real estate fluctuated like the
mischief while ths quaks was on.—Chi
cago Trt buns.
ISI».» (la-re were 2V2 divorce« in New
York City- In 1WM flier» were 8-13.
Tlie enme ln<-riii»e 1« true nt
ago. where iu IMA there were 1.143
llvor.-r«, am! In 1904 there were 2.330.
lu I'iiilaileipbia lu 1904 614 divorce«
ire on record, agalnat 3H4 lu 1X93.
Boston there were 2i© ease, of divorce
Nearly all the larger cities stwiw a
’orre»|»"n<llng Inrmv of dlvon-ea
1 ",n erswaraJ to pun-heaa '
tract* f -•*«■- n any <• »«-.« .»( Kt*al Ko-
«tot«* A! r «> make* l-oani*.
rt. f. NOBIt, <12 ' ••■itncrrUI Blk Fortland. <Fr.
U' i U' a HD F.. IirRTOM -ARKMyvr and Cbomtot.
MI!v«*r. L «»d, II ; <•<»»•!, Mflvwr, “•*■ ; < *«»l«i, *•* ; Zinc ©r
omw ', |i. < a «nid« t‘• m i «. Hading «Hivaiopn» »Sd
The Young Man (mient. but bashful) « full
pr »»list wniuo»ppi(cation, t untml »nd Vm-
—*Hope. 1 shall try to show you I pin* w -k «<>lk-lt«rd.
l;«!iur«(u:v: t «ruuual* N»»
that I am not er as big a foul as I Uunwl 1> al L
You mustn’t judge me oy appear-
GASOLENE ENGINES » Io I horsp-
All air,«« »¿d
The Young Woman Certainly not. Mr. power folly warranted. Hi».
You don't make your ap st) les at lowest price«. Write for «*atalog.
Karon ratal air
pearances hers often enough for that.
RtltRSON MACHINERY COMPANY
sold In many Southern States where
Mothers will And Mr*. Winslow’« Soothing
cottonseed oil Is more plentiful and flyrup the be«t remedy tours for their children
during the teething period.
consequently cheaper than
It Is far from harmful, tastes
Guillu* 111 reel Artlou.
good and does not melt aa quickly aa
tbe genuine Ice.“
l>er as a protection agalnat the rabbits statue« In England la to tbe memory
The paper was not removed early tn of Sir K llolmea.
It la to be seen In
the spring, and as the hot weather tbe church at Yarmouth. Isle of Wight.
came on the tar melted and adhered to Tlie funny thing* about It la that It waa
the bark and destroyed the live bark not originally Intended to represent
the cureullo. and the wormy fruit of
tlie early summer, should be picked oB.
that ice cream compoaed as above la
were wrapia-d with tarred buildlug pa
Fall ng Building. Third and Waahlngton
• A Ml» MF M h tin da j • t kz ll
In the garden, or In
a separate compartment, may be cultl
rated straw berries, raspberries, black
berries, currauta. graj.es and dwarf
pears. They can all be bad at a rery
Galls on horses are due to several
cause*, but frequently to saddles and
harness that press unevenly ou the
The collar should fit the horse
I>erfectly, anil It cannot tie too good. A
loose girth to a saddle may allow It to
shift When a gall Is noth-ed there la
something wrong with the saddle or
harness, ami uo remedy will lie avail
Jaques Pfft. Co.
time to answer mauy of them.
"Tbe chemical processes wblcb ba
employed were some of them simple
good garden, the
would pay a large |ier cent of profit
in preventing decay of excised wood In
recently trimmed trees.
Pulling Teeth 1““, "X* V."
nothing tb»t modern dwntlitrv haa »ruin
pilRlirtJ la greater than eilrartlng t»vtb
wllhoul pain W» hav» IM yrara* eip»rl
•nc» la rtolng th a. W»can b<>n»atly aitraet
a aor» tooth without hurting jroa. l»r.
Mturdrvant, Rpvciallal ou cbildraa'a le»th
be baa received hundreds of letter,
asking bow dlff»-ent dlshea were pro
duced—ao mauy that be has not bad
plank Is placed and spikes! ao that It
will extend tlie width of the barn and
A ll troctrt
w. a . wtsr.
As a result many of the
trees were entirely killed. However, a
good grade of coal tar la very efficient
a UVi-nlr p etur, fill ill 10color-, called th, '01.1» I»It 1 Vl.ll’li REVERIK,'' si li • TJ
png l> “ klet giving H«X> valuabl, us«, for Borax In the 11 .me. Firm, Garden ami
liilry; Boras in tli, laundry, Nur»-ry, Hi. k Room and Kitch'ii; I'reservativ - use, of
Boras, and Lints on “llow to llav, a Clear Complexion'' and arlicl a on the "Hair an
II*. .1- '
WRITE NOW ! enclose a dime with your name amt addr *< and dealer's name,
en t re ' iv In return mall thia tne otf. r ami a ivenir
Ad.lieaa, Purifle Coast R r u
C h Oakland C^..for;.l».
MAKINQ ARTIFICIAL ICE CREAM.
studs take the place of |io,t*. Two for
each I"»»t are set on tlie foundation ou
Between tbeae the crosa
ly aplked cross plank, prevent all move
ment In other directions.
For n^hnlh_d_Hmeonljr on rvclpl of 10 cent« in tamps or »tlvcr (to pay po-tagv
amt | ni kiiiK < w tti y. ur name and address en t your dealer's mini«, w, will » nd you a
ze package of that unlvemlly used Household Nw, sity,
ll'iHAX; also» bar "A>MUI.E-TKAM” BORAX HQ A I', fr-e; and li elude a besutiftl!
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA.
produce all staple vegetables earlier and some quite complicated. To make
than can be prodm-ed In tlw field.
It vanilla Ice cream by artificial meana.
la not only essential to the health and for Instance, tbe ak-bemlat took some
proper enjoyment of the family, but triple refined cottonseed oil anl placed
It la actually a matter of profit Could It In a centrifugal machine wblcb re
your whole farm Iw made aa smooth, solved at a velocity of 3.0K' revolutions
dry. rich and as well cultivated aa a a minute.
A beautiful emulsion was
upright, flrnily In place and prevents
working sideways while tlie thorough
Every reader of this paper can get a package of “20-Mule-
Team” Borax and a bar of “20-Mule-Team” Borax Soap,
with a Beautiful Souvenir Picture 7x14 inche» in 10 color»;
While the damp, cold, changing weather of
Winter intensifies the pains and other disagreeable
symptoms of Rheumatism, it is by no means a
winter disease exclusively. Through the long
months of Summer its wandering pains and twitch
ing nerves are felt by those in whose blood the uric
acid, which produces the disease, has accumulated.
Rheumatism is a disease that involves the en
tire system. Its primary cause results from the
failure of the eliminative organs, the Liver, Kid
neys and Bowels, to carry out of the system the
urea, or natural refuse matter. This coming in
contact with the different acids of the body forms
uric acid which is taken up and absorbed by the
blood. This acid causes fermentation of the blood,
making it sour and unfit for properly nourishing
I.aat Hnmmsr I had a aavars attack of Inflamma
the body, and as this vital stream goes to every tory
Rhaumatlam in the knees, tropi which I was
nook and corner of the body, the poison is distrib unahle to l«sv, my mom for aiv.ral months. I
was trswtml uy two ttoetors and also triad <Uffsr-
uted to all parts. The nervous system weakens •nt
kinds of Unlmatita and madlolnss which
relieve ma from pain for awhile, but at
from lack of rich, pure blood, the skin becomes fe the same to time
I was not any nearer g.ttlng well.
verish and swollen, the stomach and digestion are One day while reading
A paper I aaw an adver-
of S ti. H (or Rhaumatlam. 1 daoided
affected, the appetite fails and a general diseased Usemnnt
to Kiva It a trial, which 1 did at one
After I had
condition of the entire system is the result.
taken three bottle, I fait a great daal b.ttar, and
to taka It regularly until I was an-
Not only is Rheumatism the most painful of 1 oontlnusd
cured. I now f««l batter than I have for
all diseases, with its swollen, stiff joints, throbbing tlrely
CHAH. E. UlLDERHLEEVK.
618 .*J2ud Street, Newport News, Va.
muscles and stinging nerves, but it is a formidable
and dangerous trouble. If the uric acid is allowed
to remain in the blood, and the disease becomes chronic, chalky deposits form at the joints,
and they are rendered immovable and stiff, and the patient left a helpless cripple for life.
Every day the poison remains in the system the disease gets a firmer bold. The best time
to get rid of Rheumatism is in warm weather; because then the ’ ' « takes u q< w life ar>l
the skin is more active and can better assist in the elimination f rhe p i.M.ns.- With the
proper remedy to force the acid out of the blood, and at the ime time build up aiM
strengten the Liver, Kidneys, Bowels and other organs of the b ■ !v Rlu in distn < in lx- pey-
nianently cured. External applications relieve the pain and tempi rarily redtv e the inflam
mation, and for this reason are desirable, but they cannot have any effect on the disease.
The blood is poisoned and the blood must be treated before a cure can be et: ted.
S. S. S., a remedy made from roots, herbs and barks, is the best treatmeut for Rheuma
tism. It goes into the blood and attacks the disease at its head, and by neutralizing the acid
and driving it out, and building up the sour blood so it can supply nourishment and strength
to every part of the body, it cures Rheumatism permanently. S. S. S. is the only safe cure
for the disease; being purely vegetable, it will not injure the system in the least, as do
those medicines which contain Potash or some other mineral ingredient. S. S. S. tones up
every part of the body by its fine tonic properties.
While cleansing the blood of all poisons it builds up the
apj»etite and digestion, Soothes the excited nerves, re-
duces all inflammation, relieves pain and completely
cures Rheumatism iu every form—Muscular, Inflannna-
t(Jty, Articular or Sciatic. If y< it »are worried with the
nagging pains of Rheumatism, do not wait for it to be
come chronic, but begin the use of S. S. S. and purge
the blood of every particle of the poison. Write for our book on Rheumatism, and ask oar
physicians for any advice you wish. We make no charge for either.
magaxlne, "be bad small Idea of tbe
furore bls efforts would produc«. But
alwaye get off a train.“— Kau.aa City
i the secret
ALMOST AS COMMON IN SUMMER AS IN WINTER.
be administered as a fertiliser, the lat Calteaaa«« Otl V««A Ia«t«aA •« lb«
ter In the autumn aud the other In the
“Wben Prof. Stillman of Staven« In
spring. This treatment will revive old
trees, tiw cutting -4T the branches, teud stitute (ava a dinner to two friends,
Ing to lucrease tlw number of fruit at wblcb moat of the »lands were mad,
buds formed, and the ashes and bone artificially by chemical means." write,
tending to stimulate the tree Lawrence Perry In the Technical World
One ran up to where the fallen tnon
arch Iny, and. aeeln, algna of return
ing life, antloualy aaked:
25 oz. for 25c.
hie, and thia mean, that many farmera
will bare to learn bow to better handle
for K Cl
right a -
that thia doi-s appear to cause tlw bird
much pain. After thia la done the bird
should Iw fe<l only milk or other light
tint mau of brain aa mu<*b for tiwlr
before their eyea and were ready to
drop all tlielr bitter prejudice, at the
Send postal for
" Book of
puura sweet oil ilown tlw throat of tiw
bird, and this kxiesM up tlw mass
bad case« be u|iena the crop by cut
ting ami remove, the collo-ted fmal.
afterward wwlug up the crop. II, say,
eervlcee aa tlu-y can get elaewhere can
the farm bold them. Higher wages for
farm bands are, to my mind, I tier I ta
word for anybody. Every one held him
In more or lem fear and many disliked
lie made no effort to
Mometlmea tlw condition la caused by
feeding i-nt hay, dried alfalfa or clover,
which have packed at tlw point wlwre
tlw fias! should pass out uf tlw crop
<»ne iHiultry raiser In iwses of this kind
(at the ’pbone>—The Idea of
»tending a kiaa by telephone! Do you
suppuoe 1 want to be kissed ou uiy
J a s ¡»er (at tbe other end of the wire)
— Well, can’t you put the receiver to
your lipa for a moment? ess
B tatb or onio , citt of T olbdo . >
Lucas l Of ntt ,
that naval celebrity.
It was sculp
F bank J < hknkt makes oath that he It
tured for and represented Ix»uls XIV. seaior partner of the firm of h J. < hk > ky A
of France and was being conveyed to Co , doing buRtnens In the < ttjr of Toledo, (,'uua-
ty and State aforesaid. aaA that Mid firm *il
that country wlien tbe vessel contain |<y the turn of ONE KI NDRED I m »|J. a KN f»»r
Ing It I and also tbe sculptor) was cap eerh and every rase of < atarkh that cannot be
cured by the use of II all ' s < at am km < vrk
tured by an Euglisb ship commanded
FRANK J. ( ItKNEY.
Sworn to before me ami mibrcrliied In my
by Sir R Holmes,
presence, this 6th day of December, A f> . imms .
▲. W. uLFAHoN,
Tbe body was finished, tbe bead be»
| .... |
Ing left for completion on Its arrival lu
On learning who It was for
Kall’s Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and
tlie English commander compelled tbe arts directly ou the blood and mucous surfaces
sculptor to finish It by chlaellng bla Of the system. Send f r testimonials, free
F. J Cli I5« BY «k CO . Toledo. O.
(llolmea') bead ou tlie King's body.
■old by r>mjrsl«ts, 75c.
Hall s Family Pills are the beet
Had Tried It.
“You ought to try taking a long walk
Mr. Rnagsby (rummaging In closet) —
on an empty atomach.”
Maria, this is a new bat. isn't It? Why
“Why. doctor, 1 did tba other day, af
don't you wear it?
It looks better than
ter tbe race, were over, and felt all tbe
anything you have worn thia season.
worse tor it.”
Mrs. Snagsby—Tbat'a my old hat.
blew off my head tbe other day and was
UTTERLY WORN OUT.
run over by a street car, and I think
you are just as mean as you can be
Vitality Sapped by Years of Suffering Chicago Tribune.
With Kidney Trouble.
Yoing MEN, Old MEN. Middle.AgH MEh
Sen ! tor Iree pamplilet hl Atalu <* ov «».
■ lells about an appliance tl at lasn-A
I liappineM, health anil «iicec« in lit«.
I Free—«end '»»lav.
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Portland Trude Directory
“I was affiieted lot
prop*, with«»»* op»«»
year, with pains
to di». H» 'Sr*» with
•»ntetrvr Bttsier»« firms.
Ihoa» Wond«*rfa» Clin
acroes tbe loins and '
ne». hrfbR, fU»M«. b.»dx,
in the hip« and M »
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t.»rk« nhd v©f»CAhteS
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known to medlrst
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headache also anil
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neuralgia. My right
II»» act tag ©is vor MS d ^Br-ni r*tn**di»« which
. i- s ■»-. •.« I ,
ff r. » •) MUMM». H«
eye, from pain, waa
e*-pnrator to b* th«* » h - v <. Writ» lur fir»» < ataio*.
gUHr»nt«m»VM nr* < a »rri.. «asthma, lung, hr a ,
of little use to me j Hailwood < o., Fifth »«id O»k.
»te.: hlM h«»n<lr*
for years. The con Mf- s N' I »»I Hl S'. r. -
< tiArjfPR noder»!'
« »il »nd •*» him FslDnui
<t < ®.’s correct dota«»
stant flow of urine I »M«*n «
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F. very thing in m»»'» furnIwhin<< Morrison »nd
kept my ryxtem depleted, causing nerv His th «tr»»i». Upposi i* po»toffic<
uarmTHECGEE WO CHINESE MEOtCiSECC
ous chills and night sweats. After try POCLTRY FO<>I»-lf y
mor» «><<> wnt* us for fr«** pertirslar« »imut Pu
ing seven different kinds of climate and
«•» » fk«« J«.. ». t. C«r. Marr»,«« I
Hl N A puri, I HY »Lklm-Aito« Mille Uu..
nring all kind, of medii-ine, I had the
Fort. aed. Ur«*fo».
rood fortune to hear of Doan's Kidney PIA NOH a OH» I A »NN — (»h|r»t p«»So » vh »»» o» Pu
title cosktl. Org»n» »n<l Piano» on «*My p»yrn«r>l«.
Pill«. This remedy has cured me.
liat. l»*t i»w uuot» you a pr «•*. Aitoo a
am at well today aa I waa twenty yeara
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dllb»rt- Haniakor < o., Puruaud, Uro«on.
ago, and my eyr« g'd la perfect.”
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30 cent, a box
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