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AN ODDFELLOWS LODGE PA8
Mr. E. F. Uarrotbers Pronounced Per
uiatiotly D!M.tbk'il by lits Loclgo
Doctor-Restored to Health
and Aualn Worklug
at His Trade.
From the London, Ont, Adverttstr.
Gkntlkmkn;-! have much pleasure
in forwuruiuir you a vote of thauka
pushed by the Loyal Perseverance
Lodge U. O. O. F. M. U., tbauhlntryou
tor the good our valuable uiedicnie,
nun rniB, bus done fur our broth
er, E. F. Carrol hers, who for ihne
years aud a half-was almost helpless
trow locomotor ataxia and is now, wo
are happy to say, by the une of your
Pink Pills, able to follow his ouipioy
meDt. Trusting, that your valuable
medicine may be the means of curing
many sufferers aud be a biesalug to
them as it was to our brother, I am
vours truly, on behalf of the lodge.
Ed. Gillett, Secretary,
521 Phillip Street, Loudon, Ont.
This Is to certify that the above is a
1 n i statement.
Jd. F. Cabrothers , 103 William St.
The above let'sr Indicated a good aud
Interesting story and a reporter called
upon Mr. Uarrotbers who related the
"I had always been a strong, healthy
man." be said,' ''until this stroke laid
me low. It was three years ago last
April when tbe attack came. I went
to bed apparently in my usual health
one nigbt, aud on wakiug 1 could not
move. Every nerve aud muscle of my
body steuied to be paralyzed: I lay
like a loir. Dr. Moorehouse came aud
placed a mustard plaster across my
bowels, telling me to remain quiet for a
few days. The' lodge pbysican, Dr.
Pingel, gave me some medicine that
relieved tbe lexcrueiatmg pain in my
head. He brought another doctor with
uiui (I don't know bis name) and tbey
subjected me to a regular course of
treatment' by which I was suspended
from a support around my neck.
I bad now been about a year In tbe
Hume condition. Sometimes I was
able to cet out of bed, but never out ol
iioors. Al other times I was uuable to
feed mjself. If I attempted to touch
or pick up anything, my arm would
usually stray, apparently of Its own
volition' in au entirely different direc
tion. The doctor commenced tbe lu-
jectlon of some compound Into my
arm abd lee, but a kind of abs bs gath
ered in each and it bad to lie lauced.
fu December. 1891. after two vars and
eight mouths of this helplessness, I
was given up by the doctors us hope
less. The grand master of the order
and secretary of Perseverance Lodge,
called to see me aud imformi'd me tit
this. The lodge had all this time been
paying my weekly sick dues.
And now as to the remedy which
nroved mv earthly salvatien: A next
door neighbor oue day seat me in a la
bel ora Dr. Williams' rinK r-iu oo. x
read it aud bought a box. The lirst
box teemed to brace tne up and I beiran
to feel a glimmer of hope. Through a
irieud I got a dozen boxes aud the
lodge added u half a doz-n more. 1
kept on taking tbe Pink Pills, aud I
,.iii(.,i ntpiidilv: so I am now what you
JO mn tnriiiv. Yes. I am callable of
earning my llviug as before. I am
worklug at my trade at Loudon West
.r. nrt-Hnnt. and walk over here (a dist
ance of nearly two miles from the
bouse) and return every day;"
"I believe Dr. Williams, Pink Pills
can cure anything that any medicine
ou earth cau," be added before saying
good night. The reporter called on
i- t?ri i:ietr thn secretary of Per
severance Lodge, who lives a couple of
blocks further soutn, at mi imi i
street, where he secured Dr. fingers
certificate, which is here repreduced:
London, Dee. 2, 1891. 345 Dundas Bt.
JJko. UiLLETT:-Dear Sir: At your
request, I carefully examined Bro. Car
roiuera of Perseverance O. O. O. b. M.
U., who has been unauie to w'"'1"
any labor for several years and flutl
ulm suflering from the results ot cere
bral hemmoraue (extravasation of blood
into brain). Ab no Improvements haj.
taken place for some eighteen montbH J
have no hesitation in pronouncing b m
permantly disabled, ""gftjg;
Mr. Glllet said. "I bave known Bro
n ,).. for vnnra. trie uau o ici'
-ii. i .,iiQ nf It. You see
(pointing to one on tne table), w
;' -i.jt ..inb it nn ha cou tin' l
uo ineu w i'n." ..,...- - ii.
to save his life. & waa compiew.j
P J?i?fSiel was next visited at bis of
fice, and said, "Aoy PW" "''
he' circumstances, wou id Imye .pro
uounced tbo case Incurable. I bave n
doubt that Pink Pills were the meaw
of bis cure, sluce Mr, Carrothers sas i
was by using them be became we I.
was v) -,i'u( ,., ums to be virtu"
K1S mnilcinf, Judging by tbj
rr William's Piok PilH are a per
feet bio .d builder aud nerve rfs '-.
curing such n m m -- - -
feeling therefrom, after ".or(l?
grlp-nauenza. and aeverecolds, d.;
rlflnendlDU OH liumors
"-- --. .rntn nlirooic
bJ?a' 0UT Pllis' ulvea health,
elas, 'etc. Piult
O HH. tfLU. A. -- I !,.
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:..w '" XZMae for the tio i We? Icu-
ana are a !" ..:. ..,,. thev el
Dr Williams' Medicine oom,
Schenectady, N. V.j and gw
?n,,Nnefirn trade mark aud wr-u-
o60 Bear lu mind that Ui, VW
ffaW Pi" P"l9,are neVef ld b
bozn or buudred.
Grape Vines for Bale.
I have propogated several 1 tbouind
good strong two-year 'old g pe v'm
for setting ;;ut, ""2BiT 'Si 'each
able for culture In Orekon. Q
f 2 00 per dozen. E. Hoier, o.c
DBIEGHVB AND COiXECTIXG BUIIEAC
aJWWfflWWUMlJfiM. .ytrBSTAft, SAPUKDAT, DEOBMsBEK 2, 1808,
Hard Hearted Compositors ?Iako Merry
Over the Cffuslon or a Keporter.
Ono of Tho Herald men is in love. His
namo is withheld for reasons which ap
pear later o.i. Some three weeks ago ho
wroto a letter to his inamorata. It was
a long, warm, typewritten loiter, takiu?
ip about eight of the big sheets that aro
"ed on the writing machine. Being
suddenly called away on a hurried as
signment, ho loft his screed, rather care
lessly of courso, face downward on thu
desk of a brother reporter.
This must have happened at about 10
p. mi, for the brother reporter came in
from another hurried assignment at II
p. m. and found soma copy paper laid
out before him awaiting the marks o
his genius. Ho forthwith wrote onl
whatho bad to write and "sent it ip,"
and it appeared in duo course in the
morning paper. Tho portion of the let
ter that ho innocently used included ths
signature of the lovesick swain.
Now this brother reporter noticed
that there was something typewritten on
tho back of the paper, but assuming that
it was "dead" news ho summarily rau
his pen down tho page to indicate that
only the othor side should be used. Then
ho put away tho remainder of the paper
in the drawer ready for tho next ''story."
On the next day ho used some more cl
tho paper for "copy." As before, ho sim
ply ran his pen through the dead, "copy"
and never took tho pains to read it. One
of tho "comps" up stairs who got a "take"
from tho batch did, however, glance at
the "dead" copy and got so interested
that he read it through.
It was rich. Vows of undying devo
tion, words of burning affection and
amorous, clamorous, altitudinous rhet
oric filled tho pago. The writer was evi
dently hard hit, J ho wanted tho loved
one to know it. Tho hardened "comp"
could not keep such a good thing to him
pelf, and forthwith ho read it aloud to
his "case" mates.
Thoy enjoyed it, of oourso(and there
was at once an alarm sounded to read
aloud tho reverse of all of Jones', tho
brother reporter's, copy. It does not
tako long for such bright fellows as
"comps" are to fix things. Within two
minutes of tho first alarm all of tho in
teresting copy was assembled, tho pieces
were placed in consecutive order, and
tho five sizzling typewriter pages, rock
ing with love, wero read to a delightei
group of listeners. A few favored
friends from "down stairs" wero called
in to sharo tho fun, and everybody felt
what a lot somo men miss in this world
through not falling in lovo.
Alas, there was ono thing wanting!
Jones, it will be remembered, had sont
up tho page containing tho signature tho
day before. That page, then, was prac
tically gone, although, as tho old copy
is kopt for a prescribed time, a pcrtint
cious seeker after facts could liavo found
it. Nobody but Jones know when the
signature went up to tho composing
room, and he would not tell. He no
sooner heard of tho racket up stairs than
ho made for tho opening pages, whero
the address was. These he burned, aftor
assuring himself that thero was nothing
Important on thorn Nobody, therefore,
save Jones, knows who tho writer oi
that lovesick epistlo is.
The secret is sacred. There is a girl
somewhere possibly a reader of thi
page who is wondering whero that let
ter is. She may know now. Boston
Tbe Slstor or Charles Dickens.
Lotitia Mary Dickens, whoso death ha
been recently announcod, was bprn, ifi
St. Mary's ylaoe, Chatham, when hei
brother Charles was about 4 years oldv
That was in lGlfl, on April 23, a birth
day she was proud to share with Shake
speare. Bhewasorio of eight brothers
and sisters, two of whom diod in infan
cy. Of tho two Dickon girla who grew
up sho was tho younger, her sister Fan
ny, afterward Mrs. Burnett, being tU
years her senior, Mrs. Burnett died in
early married life, her husband, who
survived her for many years, dying onty
this year and on tho date of Charles
Dickens' birthday. For tho last 23 yejirt
of his life Charles Dickens therefor? had
this only Rioter, Letilia, and he sur
vived him for a hkoieriodDf23yeari,
devoted to his memory. With hor has
,n,i nwnv tho last of the eight ecu-
L r .Tnhn mid Elizabeth Dickens.
At tbo ago of 20 sho mimeo juruw,r j
Austin, a civil engineer or tomjvpnw.
Ho worked for thegovernment when the
insanitary condition of soma country dis
tricts seemedan innUtion tothe cholera
in the early forties, und when hq dfcd In
1801, at tho age of W, bis widow becamf
the recipient of a pension, on which ah
Uved in Spartan dignity during K, year
of mournlng.-London Illustrated New.
Object Lesson In l)rs by WaA,
Dr.Rostofthe New Century clnblo
Philadelphia has been showing ; m how
S time we waste in the making and
arranging of our gowns by donning the
arra.V rlii. .ir,. for the benefit of th
club. The dress she showed the ladies
was a rich piece of violet silk embroider;
IdXth stirsin pure gold, cotjlajf about
& iliidla. It was 8 yards long, with
Sloven border of palms In gray and
ridet The silk was thrown Around tfw
mm at Us full width, making a petti.
bfP? "Jll ". m,i with a knot on on
52? Tnan . pWttag herof
:..-i.i nniv into tha belt tbns
silk was then P"??-
.Ja rinder the other, which would leave
nd wider tne . lviDg comer
and a new gown ..oat of om
X other am-uMshow
rei S3 & or to-MffiJ
THE FATE OF A LOVE
Ants Blcger Thau ITgxes.
Pliny, that rare old gossiper, tells,
among his othor extraordinary stories,
that ot tho Bactrian method of obtaining
'gold. Tho sandy deserts of Bactria in
tho days of that historian woro, so the
old man says, literally swarming with
ants "slightly bigger than foxes." These
tri.r tnttr. 1-nnraeantqtiriui F 4 1. ....-. 1
O'O"" vi'wv.ii,ii?c3 u; bUUl'UUS uy- i
uiruupicju uuriuweu ueepiy into tU8
sandy wastes, their tunnels and galleries
ofteu being hundreds of feot in oxtent
The etrth rf-moved from theso burrows
vns itlwuys rarrifd to tho outsido and
thrown up m lulls (remember Pliny says
thio) "of a bigness exceeding that of a
palace." This debris, sand, earth, etc.,
was soon found to lie wonderfully rich
in small nuggets of gold.
The danger from the ants was greater,
however, than that from the Indians in
the early days of gold digging in the west
ern United States, and many stories are
told of men who were literally devoured
in a few moments by the fierce owners
of somo disturbed burrow. Somo ob
serving old hunter at last discovered that
tho giant ants slept during the hottost
hours of tho day. After that tho seekers
after tho yellow metal only made their
incursions at the proper time, and even
then they only staid long enough in the
deserts to fill their sacks with the golden
Baud, which they took homo to sift at
leisure. With all this precaution the
ants of ten "swiftly pursued tho fleetest
horses, and.it was only by using various
stratagems that the invaders managed to
escape alive." St. Louis Republic.
SXarle Antoinette.' Maln.Iiefatte.
There is a building in Edgecomb, an
old square, white house, concerning
which an interesting story is told. This
tradition is that at tbe tlino of the French
revolution Captain Samuel Clough, the
owner of tho house, who sailed a Bhip
between Maino and Franco, was engaged
to bring to this country no less valuable
treasuro than the unfortunate Queen
Marie Antoinette, and that quantities of
rich stuffs, furniture and silver wore
put aboard his ship for tho use of the
exile, whoso destination was to have been
this same house, which then stood in
Westport, it having been removed to, the
mainland on a raft GO years ago. It is
yet occupied by Captain Clough'a dei
Ono circumstance which lends con
firmation to tho story is that a similar
legend attaches to a house in Dorchester,
Mass., the famous Swan mansion, then
owned by Colonel Swan, who spent
much of his time in Paris, but who set
tled permanently in this country nfter
the French revolution, his house being
adorned in princely fashion. Now, Cap
tain Clough and Colonel Swan hadmon
ey dealings together in Paris, Captain
Clough in 1701 having had a contract to
purchase $50,000 worth of lumber for the
colonel. What more likely than that
Colonel Swan, who was a warm friend
of Lafayette, should hayo engaged the
Maino captain to aid him in a plan of.
such great importance as tho attempted
rescue of the French queen, with which
be is credited? Lewiston Journal.
Tho 'cross Jesus boro 13 said to nave
beeu made of wood palm, cedar, olive
and cypress to signify tho four quarters
of tho globe.
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anO Hionrv in inrv -i no . .o --'-'
Do you wear them? When next In need try a pair.
Host In the world.
IfycawintilRn DRESS 8H0E. mtit IntheUlni
ttylii, dos't pi; (S to 13, ill "7 J W 5'uu t
i Shoe. They lit equal to cuitom maIe and look and
wear at well, If y w with to ecoiwmlie Is your (oiUttr,
do te by purchasing W, I. Deoglat Shoti. Nam and
price itamped on the bottom, look for It when you bay
W. Xm DODOLAS, Brockton, Mass. Soli by
PKOFKaalONAL AND IIUBINKSaCAltDS.
p. ii. n'AKor oao. a. binoiiam.
D'AUOY 4 BINGHAM. Attorneys at Law.
IUx.msl.2 and S. U'Arcy Hullding. HI
MMte street. Special attention given U) bust
inn In the supreme and circuit court or thi
ute. a "
rnlLMON KUH1), Attorney at ljw. ijalcrn
1 Oregon. OHloa upstairs In 1'atton blncli
tr J UiQUKK Attorney ailaw.Haleni.Ore.
LJL. Kon- Oulce over liusu un
r J.HIIAW.M.W.1IUNT HIIAW4HUN1
J . Attornejs .t law, Ofrtre over ISiplWI
National bans:, Halem, Oregon.
JOHN A. UAIWIN, Attorney at law, room.
and 4, Bush bank bulldlug. Halrro.Or.
II 1..HON11AM. W.H.UlHMtM
fjONHAMA HOI.MBM, Attorney at law
D OfflS-in llu.h block, between Bute an.
j.urt, on Omumerclal .Ireel.
fOHN IJAYNB.ATTOIINKV.AT. AW.
,1 tiilltoilons roads ai d promptly reiullled
lret lrm, Oregon.
WO.KNIOIITON-Archltect and juierln.
leodent Ofnce, rooine i and Huso-
ijrryKian !,.. ' -- "
MK. I-OtfUB, HWnographer and Type
, wrlteat TSe-t wjulppe.! tyrwriUn, of.
do tut one In Oregon. Over Uuu' bank,
Dit a iiaVI-4 Lata I'-wl Oraduate of New
UYrk,glve.,s7SflllV,utlon to the dU
eMMofwomVn aud cblldrrn. t0, throat.
EJni kidneys, skin dlaac and surgery
om at riaene,lt HUU street, Oao.u'la.
tlou"romto.a,w andatoipm. Mto
a www . .?-. i'M,?,?.nE:
rviiT o HVUT11, JHnlM. W tte Street
D iillem. Otiiori Vlr.lohed denUl opera,
Ions or even
Tn nf evtnr deaeripuon. raiuw vy-
"" " . .1 .
ir li I'lIUll
Architect, plans, specinea-
W iL-in. and
eta4 ol buildings,
( 'oolee aw Oommerclal
street, up stairs.
S . rton ot VtUrans. O. H. A. me
avert ' g t 'W-wa h ,' Y'I'a.a
htt. "vialUng lIliM l ly to'i
to iend O
. .f II-.-W'
ZZ7.r,..u ...iuiv. no 1AII.U.W-
)Wrry;rioNUilHJislo. rVi"' ,JwZ
I uulldlng, '
jf fr JeveivJJBeAz
"11 1 yb
it solit at the ends? lias It a r.
Docs It fall out when combed or J.
dandruff ? Does your schlp Itch:?,!
"Skookum "contains neither rolnerali nor oil. It i
ROOT HAIR GROWER CO..
Only a cents a day delivered at
J. L. BENNETT k SON.
P. O. Bloolc,
The House Mover.
451 Marlon Street.
lias the best facilities lor moving and rais
ing bouses. Leave orders at trny Uros,, or
nddresa Halein, Uregou.
From Terminal or Interior Points tho.
,ls the Hub to take
To all Points East and South.
It U the dining car route, ltrunn throng b
vestibule trains, every day in the year u
ST. PAUL AND. CHICAGO
;(No change of cars.)
Composed of dining cars unsul passed,
IMUmnn drawing room slwpers
Of latest eduipmenl
Heat that can be constrnoUd and In which
acoDinmodalUns are both tree and fur
nished for holders of first and sccond-cuus
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
Aoonttnuoti line oonneotlng with all
Hues, anordlng direct and unlnlerrupted
IMllraan Hr" rwwratlons can be se
cured lu advance through any agent of
Through tickets to and from all points
i America. Uns-land and Kurope can be
In America, England and Kuroi
purotmied at auy ticket ofttco of this com.
of t rains, routes andother details furnished
on apnllpattott to ahy nieut or
A. D. CllAJlLTON.
Assistant Oeneral I'asnni,'er Agent. No,
131 First street, oor. WMhlngton) Port
Buaw & Downino, Agents.
SALT LAKE,: DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
1 DAYS to
(lOUIS the Qu,ckeS0'a5!,,ca60 nnd
0yR Quicker tojighs and K.
Through Pullman and Tourlit Slepen, ftu
Reclining Chair Can,, Dining Can,
H. II. H. CLAItK. "I I)a1(,!,ftM
or rate and general InformaUon call rra
W, ii. num. hurt, ami. . r. A
U Wasalna-lito Bu.O.rJd
- . - 1 I I- I .swell i- M
MONEY TO LOAN
On Itrpr ve4 Ileal Estate. In amounts and
UmetoiJlU Nodelay lncouldrlngloan,
FEAR & FORD,
Jloom )a. Bash Bank block.
Th Oregon Land Co.,
AtHalem, letngegsdln llui bull. ' agtotorpunief of thUnmipiuy.
0j u-lrlu iy of aiem.nrrgu. wfiere morei UY, VUU.'AilV.Oe'lstafH.
On Meter Systcm.l
TO ( ONBUMERS .'
TUotnlm JLlBht mid Tower 'oropnDy at
2cnt iiiti(4 Gave tqulprtrl llielr ht,ut(ia
Llg til pluut with tbo nutl modi ru npi erauil
aud Miniiuw Abie 10 odrr tlio rubl.en bcttir
llgtit ttmanuy syiein end. nt rate loner
Uuut Huy city on the const.
Arc aud Incandescent BJghtj
log f.Icctrtc Motors lor nil
purposes wlicroi power Is re
ltn.l lenpfe mil be wired for man? lights
as deeired and the consumer pay for only
such lights m nra used. Tfii being registered
Jtctrlo Meter. Office
179 Commercial St.
IIDNT, tho North SaTcm Batikn
&tys lie his not od out but
simply nitivtd bu i hnp to the
old stand at Liberty street
Steam Wood Saw
lave' orders at Salem Im
provement Co.. W Btate street.
San Francisco, Cal.
IB A MKDICAL AND HUKOipAt, INHTX
T"TK. located permanently at 71t Makt
Hrei'.Hon Kranclsoo, Ual., ft-r the cure of all
tlseae-s, atllictiiuis and deformities. A stair
ii phy.lolau and surgeons. havlKsrrllploraaa
atu .ue endorsnnent of the brat colleges ot
merlraandhumpe, sllllo4 spcola lata who
have lmd lunirexixjr ence In treating special
and chronlo disease, kio In xmitiniftl tend
ance, a phsrinsry U uiiaahed, und all pre.
rl ptlons tilled lree of charge,
$M)0 Trial Bottle
155.90 Frill Course
fliiflercrs from Asthma, Ubeuma'ism, Con.
umpilon. Catarrh. Uyspensl. Inelges Hon,
rciuiuii, AfUO(J.jr, rciu.ua n wmmnvrnw, vmw.
Heart Dlaiase. lliouchllls. KrUDltous.
Ithmim. Ilaldueas, Tapeworm, Deafness,
tvzuai uiseata, im Mai
anlirxxl. Malaria. Url.
nrv Troubles, l'llo. Iliwel Trouble. hot(ld
mnsiilt at once. Low inrt, wthluthe
reach ol all, combined with the best medical
and surgical skill.
Young, Hiddlo Aged and Old Men
vVlo may be sunering from YOUTHFUI
KOf.UKH, or the excesses of maluird lit,
should consult at once, before It 1 too late;
thrne veteran practitioner1 whs have 00 equal
In the United nistea. a they can nnd will r
store to you perfect btmiu when all others
Broken Down Constitutions
are rejuvenated and manly -vigor restored by
lilflir urw aim Hununui meiuua" u. iivn.
mtint. No iDluilitns ill us used.
Inc. men, rail mi aavire,
.re annVrtnir from rinrvnu 1 ebilltV or fiilll
" -."---------.- . :ir,-. ",....-
power, oi any ui.cdsb or mei ye, rjir, iniooi.
Heart, Mtomicli, tikln, JCidueye, or
Cured Id the shortest time by vego
ADC Vn I le tnD hotltby and vlgoraah
Anu YUU ms y.u Should be T Are yoit
free from every tra onf disease or lrkDeT
Do you look weilr l)o you frel rel or Is there
some l hronlo rioubli; wli'cli, like a tanker
worm In the budding ft wer, bt rapidly de
stroylnc jour very vitals
Who suffer from Nervous I'roetrallnn, Uleeix
lene( oestiondency, Ibrllgrstlon.Uunstip.
Hon, Lassitude, 1'alus in the lUok or side and
disease peculiar to their sex. consnlt thcee
piiy.itinns wiu iue utmost cuunuvuyv.
$1,00 TRIAL BOTTLE
$5.00 FULL COURSE
THE LONDON' MEDICAL and
719 Market Street
San Francisco. Cad
K, V, HADMJV, Recover ;
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS.
B, B..WIUAMKTTK VAI.Ut
Uyn "an Vjanclsco, Nor.MU.4U ti4 iM
Leave Yulr., Nor. ih, IVts, wamu,
. nr ? " u . i i ill Mftttff sfflfl1ltt'J?:T' -