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-T-HE PERRYSBOkG, OHIO, JOURNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1013.
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Pills are unlike all oth
er laxatives or cathar
tics. They coax Iho
liver into activity by
gentle methods, they
do not scour; they do
cot grips; they do not
weaken; but they do
start all the secretions
of tho liver and stom
nch in a way that sooa
puts these organs in a
healthy condition and
corrects constipation. Munyon's Paw-Paw
Pills are a tonic to tho stomach, liver and
nerves. They invigorate instead of weaken;
they enrich the blood instead of impover
ishing it; they enable tho stomach to get all
the nourishment from food that is pat into
It Prico 35 cents. All Druggists.
JAKEY'S FAULT VERY SERIOUS
Father Rightly Folt He Could Novep
Be Captain of Industry Unless He
Was Taught to Improve.
Mr. and Mn. Isaacs took great
prido In tholr young son eon, Jakey.
Father was determined to mako him a
great business man, a verltnblo cap
tain of industry. One day mothor
heard loud Bcroams coming from on
adjoining room and rushed In to in
vestigate tho causi of tho trouble.
Father waa vigorously administering
a dose of "strap oil" to tho young
"Ikey! Ikey! Vy for you are lick
ing liddlo Jakoyr
"Eecauso I caught him In a lie;
dot't vy," replied father, continuing
"A He? You say a lie?"
"Yes; I vlll teach him to lie better
as dot eef I haft to break effery bone
In hees body." Exchange.
Ruth Yea; I got papa to buy a
vacuum cleaner for mother.
Maud How thoughtful!
Ruth Yes. Mother is a little stif
fened up with rheumatism, you know,
and I used to feel so sorry to see her
trying to use the broom that I always
left home on sweeping day.
One Ray of Sunshine.
"John, you are Buro It la safe In
"Yes, my love."
"And you know how to sail It?"
"My Bailing master does."
"How long will it take us to
"About two weeks."
"Oh, dear, there's so much to worry
about on a yacht"
"There's ono thing that needn't
cause you any worry."
"What is that?"
"Tho cook can't leave until wo get
to Liverpool." Louisville Courier
Journal. Too Hospitable.
One day an inspector of a New
York tenement-house foiuid four fam
ilies living In one room, chalk lines
being drawn acroea In such a manner
ns to mark out a quarter for each
"How do you get along here?" In
quired tho inspector.
"Very well," was the reply. "Qsly
tho man In tho farthest corner keeps
boarders," Everybody's Magailuo.
It Paid 'This Man to Change Food.
"What Is called 'good living' eventu
ally brought mo to a condition quite
tho revcrso of good health,' writes a
N. Y. merchant.
'Improper eating told on mo till my
stomach becarao so weak that food
nauseated mo, even tho lightest and
simplest lunch, and I was much de
pressed aftor a night of uneasy slum
bor, unfitting me for business.
"This condition was discouraging,
as I could And no way to improve it
Then I saw 'the advertisement of
Grnpe-Nuts food, and decided to try
It, and became delighted with tho re
sult. "For tho past throe years I havo
used qrapo-Nuts and nothing olao for
my breakfast and for lunch beforo re
tiring. It speedily sot my stomach right
and I congratulato myself that 1 havo
regained my health. There is no great
er comfort for a tired man than a
lunch of Grape-Nuts. It Insures restful
sloop, and an awakoning in tho morn
Ing with a feeling of buoyant courage
and hopefulness. k
"Grape-Nuts has bees, a boon 'to my
wholo family. It has made of our 2-ycnr-od
boy, who used to bo unablo
to digest much of anything! a robust,,
healthy, llttlo rascal weighing 32'
pounds. Mankind certainly owes a
debt pf gratitude to the expert who
Invented this perfect food." Namo
given by Poatum Co., Battle Creole
Mich. "Thoro's a reason."
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OMEHOW or other, Cupid never
seems half so busy as at St.
Valentlno'B day. Then tho little
god of love holds full sway. How
Cupid came to bo connected wlthi tho
Idea of St. Valentine's day is rather
vague. There has been a current be
lief for ages that on tho fourteenth of
February the birds choose their mates;
possibly that lo the origin of the
"All the world loves a lover." So
perhaps that Is the reason valentine
affairs aro so popular. With little
expense one can decorate a table
for a Valentino luncheon, or dinner,
which will call forth expressions of
surprise and admiration.
Send your invitations on heart
shaped cards, or postal card valen
tines. If it is to be a children's par
ty, buy a supply of candy mottoes ai.d
hide them in different places about
tho room, then allow 20 mlnutoB for a
merry hunt. Award a prize, some
thing that is In keeping with tho
event, to tho ono who collects tho
Another way to entertain the young
sters Is to havo a large heart of pa
per with a small red heart in the
center. Blindfold each child in turn
and seo who can pin a paper arrow
nearest tho heart.
A unique way to choose partners
for tho supper Is made by having an
Immense heart of cardboard covered
in 'red cropo paper. Tho girls take
turns in standing in front of the
heart, while the boys march in front
of them to tho muBlc of some lively
song. When the player stops sudden
ly the girl who is framed In the heart
becomes the partner of tho youth In
front of her.
Ited and white have always been the
acceptable colors for decorating a val
entine tablo, but latterly thero has
been a strong Indication towards pink.
Cupids, hearts, bows and arrows, are
tho most appropriate docorations for
this holiday. "Ail tho world loves a
lover," so tho more hearts and Cupids
that adorn the tabic, tho prettier tho
effect will mo.
Tljo table illustrated had two ruf
fles of crepo paper gathored around
the edge of tho table as a soft back
ground for the drapery of hearts cut
ou( of re(J crepe paper in graduating
Bizes; theso hearts woro strung on
red baby ribbon. The.capdjo shades
were of wuiCo -3d red hearts pasted
on. Tho nut boxes .wero in tho form
of hearts decorated with small card
board Cupids. Tho placo cards nro
four inch hearts sot in tho corner of
a gilded card. Tho favors aro three
Inch hearts of white with a small
red heart in tho centor. These
hearts are fastened to a glided
Btock and finished with a bow of red
ribbon or crepo paper.
Tho centerpiece Is suspended from
the chandelier and is mado of three
fourteen Inch hearts tied together with
Marking on Wood.
lf any ono in your homo has a' py
rograph oiitflt, use It for marking your
boy's hockey sticks, basoball bats, ten
nis rackets and all such wooden things.
Painted names can wear or be scratch
ed off, but when burned In deeply the
Identification is there to stay.
A child In any station of life should
havo, the unspeakablo .heritage, of bo
idng able to look back In after Ilfo on
a home' of happiness and joy.
"""""k in. a: i w iu J
red baby ribbon. Thl3 forms sort
of n Jack Horner bag, which can be
used to hold valentines or souven
irs. Strings of smaller hearts hang
from tho center. Tho large hearts
havo an arrow pierced through them.
For the menu carry out tho "heart
idea." The sandwiches can be cut
heart shaped with a cookie cutter.
The salad can be decorated with
hearts cut out of pickled beets. The
ice cream can be served heart shaped
and decorated with candy hearts. A
pretty cake has candy mottoes placed
all over the surface of the cake be
fore the icing Is hard. Each one has
to read their motto aloud. Two rings
aro baked in tho cake. The parties re
ceiving the rings aro supposed to be
tho next married.
Decorations well worth the efTort
and different from any other table,
had for its main decoration a char
iot placed in the center of the table.
This chariot is easily mado of card,
board and covered with crepe paper,
or a little toy wagon can be used,
either gilded or covered with fringed
paper. The chariot is trimmed either
'With small roses or carnations. A
'small doll is dressed as Cupid with
sash and wings made of crepe pnper
of tulle, flittered with gold. The doll
stands in the center of the chariot
I holding ribbons which are long enough
to reach to each plate, a place card
decorated with small cardboard Cu
pids holding a rose are attached to
each ribbon. A small strip of paste
board Is pasted to the back of the
card to form nn easel bo the cards
The favors are attractive nosegays
of artificial roses, with tiny hearts
hung among them. Tho rose Idea can
bo carried out further by hanging gar
lands of artificial roses around' tho
On the place cards write a com
pliment for each person commencing
each word with tho letter of their
name, and let them find their places
in that way,
Theso ideas may help you to orig
inate others of your own, pocslbly no
other festive occasion offers so many
ways to decorate and entertain in a
Tho favors aro small nosegays or
artificial hearts with small hearts hung
among them. A valentine design in
crepo paper Is ruffled around tho ta
blo and finished with garlands of arti
ficial flowers. Candy Cupids are eas
ily obtalnod at this season of tho
year. Tho favors aro small envelopes
qontalning hearts made of silk or pa
per. Some hearts aro large, while
some are small. Some are soft, and
some aro hard. All kinds of hearts
I wincn aro uuiujubuu iu uu mo neari
I fortune of tho recipient.
The decorationa for a valentine ta
ble can be made with llttlo nxyinae,
and. as the work progresses yuu will
And yoursolf originating many unique
ideas. Every hostess nlmB, to, have
her aftar Just a llttlo bit different
than previous ones, and when your
guests, see the results of your efforts
With exclamations qf admiration, you
Will feel amply repaid.
Do not bo prudent in general and
cuti looso to chosen ones. They may
bo all your fancy paints them in roy
ulty, but why prejudlpo ,thom against
a thjrd pr.rty?
' v Genrrally.
Visitor "How do you get along
with your rWal town, Bungv(llo?" Na
tive "Same rts all rival .towns do. The
'Civic League In each town works
from ' Oqtoher to April promoting
frcndly relations between tho two
townB,(nndntlio first baseball garao we
play tera undoos. It." ,
Alcoholic jBevcrage 'From Rice.
lloth the Chlneze and Japanese
manufacture alcoholic beverages from
Hero Is a nice dress that Is quuo
easy to make, and Is quite styllBh and
serviceable Tho garment closes at
the back and can be mado with long
or short sleeves. Thero is an applied
yoke which is the chief feature, and
the skirt Is a six gored design. Any
of tho wanted fabrics may be used
with tho yoke of tho samo or of con
Tho pattern (5997) is cut In sizes
32 to 42 inches bust measure. Me
dium size requires 414 yards of 44 inch
, To procure this pattern send 10 cents
Write name and address plainly, and be
sure to give size and number of pattern.
NO. 5997. SIZE.
STREET AND NO.
BOY'S RUSSIAN DRESS.
This pretty little Russian dress is
for the real small lad who has not yet
worn tho regulation bloomers. It Is a
cunning model and a very becoming
one. The garment closes at the right
side of the front. Tho collar, cuffs
and belt are fashioned of contrasting
material and linen, plain gingham, per
calo or chambray, may be considered
among the most appropriate materials.
Tho pattern (6000) is cut In sizes 1,
2 and 3 years. Medium sizo requires
3 yards of 27 inch material or 2Vi
yards of 36 inch fabric, with yard
of 27 inch contrasting fabrics.
To procure tills pattern pend 10 centa
to "Pattern Depj-sment." of this paper,
wrlto name and fddress plainly, and bo
sure to elvo slzo md numbor of pattern.
STREET AND NO.
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A dear old lady had been presented
with a parrot from the Congo, and she
was showing it to her old gardener.
"You know, Horace, that this parrot
come" from tho Congo, and Congo par
rots are bo Intelligent that they aro
almost human. This bird whistles
'Home, Sweet Home,' so beautifully
that tho tears run down Its beak."
"Yes, mum," quoth Horace, "1 know
thea parrots from tho Congo. I UBed
'ter 'ave ono,- and It whistled "The
Village Blacksmith' so bcwtlful that
the sparks used ter fly from its bloom
"That will do, Horaco, you may go,"
"Nobony over gets the best of Wom
"I onco'eow blm get the worst of a
business deal." .
"Fact. ,He had put a penny In a
slot machine and It refused to give
iv i vQute Sot o
"This is an ingenious way the wom
en have taken to smash the food
trusts, isn't It?"
"Ees octly "
AN IMMENSE AMOUNT OF MONEY
SPENT BY WESTERN CANADI-
ANS IN WINTER 8EA80N.
"An unusually largo number of
Western Canada pooplo aro leaving
or preparing to lcavo to spond tho
Winter In California."
Tho nbovo itom of nows was clip
ped from a Wostern Canada paper
early In Docombor. In tho samo papor
woro Items of nows convoying tho In
telligence that hundreds of Western
Canadians woro also taking a trip
abroad, spending tho Christmas sea
son "at home," aa they yet term tho
old land. Tho Scandinavian element
participated largely in tho holiday
business of tho railroads and tho
steamships, but thoy all had return
tickets. Early In December tho east
bound trains nnd boats wero loaded,
and an estimate furnlshod by tho rail
road pcoplo gavo upwards of twelvo
thousand as tho numbor who would
mako tho Christmas holiday visit
abroad. This does not mean that theso
pcoplo aro leaving to avoid tho cold
ness of tho winter, nor for any cli
matic conditions whatovor. They
havo como out to Canada and havo
done bo well that they can afford tho
hundred and fifty or two hundrod dol
lars or more that it takes to carry
them acroBS and back. When they
camo to Canada thoy did not have
that much money all told, but now
thoy are wealthy and on their return
will bring some of their friends with
Then thero aro those, too, who on
their wheat farms havo made suffi
cient money that thoy can afford to
take a holiday, and whnt better winter
holidaying ground could they have
than California? How many In other
farming districts of the continent
could afford the money and tho timo
that these people can? Advertise
ment Knew It All.
An old but sturdy Irishman, who
had made a reputation as a gang
boss, was given a job with a railroad
construction company at Port-au-prince,
Haiti. Ono day, when the sun
was hotter than usual, his gang of
black Haitians began to shirk, and as
tho chief engineer rodo up on his
horso the Irishman was heard to
"Allez you sons of guns allez!"
Then turning to the engineer, he
eaid: "I curse tho day I lver learned
Important to mothers
Examine carefully every bottlo of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that it
Signature of C&sZffig&Z&X
in ubo ivor uver so rears.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
"Is your wife a suffragette?"
"Yes," replied Mr. Meekton. "To a
certain extent She thinks she ought
to have the ballot, but she knows a
lot of women who she Is sure do not
This Will Intemt Mother.
Mother Gray's Sweet I'owdors lor Children
relieve Feverlahncsa. Headache. Bid Stom
ach, Teethlnc Dliordeia. move and regulate
tho Bowels and dcitroy worms. They break
up Colds In" 24 hours. They aro so pleasant
to take children Dice them. Used by moth
ers or 22 years. All Druggists. 2Sc, Sample
FRCC Address, A. S. Olmsted, Lo Roy, N.
The Way of It.
'Have you got a cook yet?"
"No, but ono Is coming today 'to
Bee If wo suit her."
rir.ES CURED IN O TO 14 DAYS
Yonrdrneclst nlll relnnd money If PAZO OINT
MENT falls to euro any caso of Itching, mind.
Weeding or Protruding I'ilcs In 6 to 14 daje. Wc.
' Stealing away from bad company Is
Galvanic Soap Wrap
pers or coupons from
For each teajpoon desired (end
us one two-cent stamp and
twenty Cilrulc Soip wnppera (front
paael only) or coupons from Joha
toaf Washing Powder.
It's a white Soap
bix 1 easpoons
Send 100 Cilranl: 6u;
irrapreri n4 S 2-ctrJ
Kimpi to pay poataxet
we will tend you a
act of lis teaspoon!
oil in it makes it
coap on the market-
Test it out your
next wash Jay and
don't forget to
save, the wrappers.
Mail them to the
B. J. JOHNSON SOAP
Restored to Health by Lydia.
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Elkhart, Ind.:" I Buffered for four
teen years from organic inflammation.
pain and irregulari
ties. Tho pains im
my sides wero in
creased by walkingr
r? atandlnK on my
foot and I had bucIu
nwful bearing down
feelings, was do
pressed in spirita
and beenmo thin and
eyes. I had six doc
tors from whom I received only tempo
rary relief. I .decided to givo Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound a fair
trial and also tho Sanative Wash. I havo
now used tho remedies for four months
nnd cannot express my thanks for what
they havo done for mo.
"11 theso lines will be of any benefit
yon havo my permission to publish
them." Mrs. Sadie Williams, 455
James Street, Elkhart, Indiana.
Lydia E, Pinkham's Vcgetablo Com
pound.mado from native roots andhorbsr
contains no narcotic or harmful drugs,
nnd to-day holds tho record of being tho
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testimonials on file in tho Pinkharn
.laboratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to
prove this fact.
If you havo tho slightest doubt;
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Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine times in ten when the liver is
right the stomach and bowels are right-
gently but firmly comj
nel a lazy uver to
do its duty.
, Cures Con-.
and Distress After Eating.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE:
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Kyonfecl"ont of sorts' "run down" or "eot the.
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wrlto for my Lt'lticubook. Ittatbe most Inttrnctlio
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and yoa con decide toryonnelf If Itlatbe remedy for
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DR. J. D. KELLOGG'.
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