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THE OA KLEY HERALD
T. J. Ml/RPHY MRS. L. MURPHY OAK LEV . . IDAHO THE OLD-TIME PARLOR. Ther. und to be In almost every ru ral home In the country a sacred room —the "parlor." Every reader la prob ably ramlllar with It, for It still exists, though not so universally as It did years ago, when no home in the land. In village, hamlet, or on farm, considered complete or well-equipped without this dismal apartment—care fully shuttered In against air and light; a Jar of waxwork on the center table; a collection of curious odds and was sun ends on the what-not In the corner; mottos and chromos on the wall; a viv id Ingrain or BrusEels carpet on the floor. The sound of festivity sel dom penetrated the gloom of this par lor, says the Philadelphia Preas. At rare Intervals distinguished visitors were received In It—witnesses of wed ding or funeral. It was never a pleasant room; It smelled damp and dusty; the children stood Ia ast and yet It was thelik*£Bt bar's Happily the day of th. pentup, savory parlor Is fast passing e of It; Ide. away. children, going out Into the big. |Ujd with observant eyes, hav* H^he homestead and Inatstod doors and win-. I Th«/ a tomb. sir. !■ th* as .. It "t And noA discovered ed by finger ptrlnts, and who, it $ ported, had established his Inni by indisputable evidence that, being in the army at the time, he could not have been guilty, was, after all ,a He stole the army records of ince fakir. another man to bolster up his defense and came very nearly getting away with it. The police are doubly pleased at the discovery, since it prevents a guilty man from escaping and re-estnb Ushes the finger-print theory as infal | Ilble at least so far as experience bas But for a time the fakir had gone. both the London police and the finger print theory "groggy." j Secretary Dickinson has Just issued 1 a report RÉ t»e militia of this country that shows how little the minds of I Americans are turned away from peace and toward war. He announces that in 1910 the strength of the organ ized militia forces of the nation is only 119,660 men, an increase of but 3,113 In seven years, says the Boston Globe. He does not add that there are almost 1 to a thousand as many clergymen, | printers, manufacturers, grocers, butch era, stenographers or masons ln the nation as there are citizen soldiers. But I (he fact is true. A Butte man who is being sued for breach of promise is charged by the plaintiff with having called her "My Dear Tobacco." No wonder Bhe want« $10,000, Bince he was not explicit enough to say whether she was of fin« cut, or a mere plug. ! : some j ! A San Francisco man says he will \ Returns from the New York public library tudlcate that fiction fell off In demand as compared with books of a historical or scientific nature. This should *pur the Indiana school of nov 1 elists tjb renewed efforts or thing. rot before ho pays alimony to his di vorced wife, but it is believed he will j change his mind before decomposition : I I transport 10,000 men across the Alps In aeroplanes, but with the example gets a firm hold on him. It may be theoretically possible to , of Moissant and Hoxley in their mind: (he chaneeB are that 9,000 of them will refuse to bo transported in that way I 200,000,000 i will China queuH for (he artificial hair market this sacrifice year, and all will be sent to America The Joke on the Chinese is that they don't know that puffs have gone out of fashion now. OHUMWA WOMAN CURED By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Ottumwa, Iowa.—"For vears I was almost a constant sufferer from female trouble In all its dreadful forms : shooting pains all over nyr body, sick adacne, spinal weakness, dizziness, depression, ana everything that wa norrld. 1 tried many doctors in different parts of the United States, but Lydia E. Vegeta jljj ■ rtf« ho fflii ;ü i fr Piukham's . „ _ble Compound'has done more for me than all the doctors. I feel it my duty to tell you these facts. My heart Is full of gratitude to you for my cure."—Mrs. Harriet E. GttumwafYowsL & B " 80m 8treet * Lilt a, Iowa. Consider This Advice. o woman should submit to a surgf operation, which may mean deatn, Hjshe has given Akhle ComjHu ua E. Plnkham's a fair trial. £ clue, made only s, has for thirty ble ns o and Ins in Ism. W ry city »nd j stëa bear si indertu! ▼! te free. noi [ïïggioh * greatness legrse that Is a >f a IovcJl " ever She— j that? kpect me to believe who would expect a woman to believe that cannot have been much in the company of women. | - -I do. I swear It is true. She—Then I believe you. Any man Crutches or Biers. Richard Croker, at a dinner at New ^ or ^» expressed a distrust for aero pl f," r t 8 ' . ... . .. Theres nothing underneath them, he said. "If the least thing goes wrong, down they drop, "1 said to a Londoner the other day; " 'How is your son getting on since he bought a flying machine?' " 'On crutches, like the rest of well as eye and ear and other Bpecial them,' the Londoner replied." IT'S FOOD That Restores and Makea Health Possible. There are stomach specialists as ists. One of these told a young lady, of New Brunswick, N. J., to quit medi Cf les and eat Grape-Nuts. She says: "For about 12 months I suffered se verely with gastritis. I was unable ( 0 re (ni n much of anything on my stomach, and consequently pelled to give up my occupation. "I took quantities of medicine, and hm* an Idea I was dieting, but 1 con tinued to suffer, and soon lost 16 pounds ln weight. I was depressed in spirits and lost interest in every thing generally. My mind was so af fected that It was impossible to be come Interested in even the lightest | reading matter. "After suffering for months I de cided to go to a stomach specialist. He put me on Grape-Nuts aud my health began to improve immediately. It was the keynote of a new life. "I found that I had been eating too was com* muc h starchy food which I did not di ^ cst ' CI '^ ihut the cereals which I had : tried had been too heavy. I soon proved that it is not the quantity of j I food that one eats, but the quality. I "In a few weeks I was able to go back to nty old business of doing cler leal work. , I have continued to eat Grape-Nuts for both the morning and evening meal. I wake in the morning wilfl a c ' ear mind and feel rested. I I regained my lost weight in a short time. 1 am well and happy again and i owe it to Grape-Nuts." Name given by Postuni Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs. "There's a Reason." Er er rend Ihr above letter? e appear« fro ***** «reuulae, truc, and full of bu UU*'re«t. time to time. '¥hej COMING EVENT 1 li Vt He—Do you think father your would offer me personal violence 11 I were to ask him for you? I think he will if you don't 8b pretty soon! SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF PIMPLES AND BLACKHEADS ._. , , , . A * peod3r and economical treatment for dtsflRorlng pimples Is the follow ln g: Gently smear the face with Cull cura Ointment, but do not rub Wash ° ff the ° ,n,ment ln minutes with Cuticura Soap and hot water and bathe freely for some minutes, peat morning and evening. At other times use hot water Soap for bathing the face agreeable. Cutlcura_^*B! ment are e lng, btuaMl Re and Cutlcu en as P and oint 8uccessful for ltch , scaly and crusted hu the skin and scalp, with loss r hair, from Infancy to age, usually ffording Instant relief, when all else Send to Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., Boston, Mass., Cuticura book on the care and treat ment of the skin and scalp. falls. for the latest A good home Is the best exposition of heaven. No harmful drugs In Garfield Tea, Na ture's laxative—it is composed wholly ol clean, sweet, health-giving Herbs! A man may go up when you kick you cannot claim credit for him, but 3 klndnefcç. ' aOctJTt* A COLD IK ON* DAY ulnlne Tablet«. . hi W. Take LAX ATI V H HKOMO Ou DrutfirUtarefund money If It falls (ilLOV K'S signature is ou each box. 26c. Tho recording angel may take more Interest In your day book than ln your hymn book. Your workin health! Garfie liver, kidneys, stomach and bowels K power depends upon your ad Tea correets disorders ol Preaching produces so little practice because people look on It as a per form auce. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children teething, softens the gums, reduces inllarni lieu, aUays pain, cures wind colic, She a bottle. It unquestionably true that [wealth produces wants, but it is a ■II more Important truth that wants pfoduce wealth.—Malthus. Dr. Pierce's Pellets, small, sugar-coated, eaev to take as candy, regulate and inylg orate stomach, liver and bowels and constipation. cure Didn't Care. Hewitt—1 guess you don't know who I am. Jewett—No, and I haven't any wom an's curiosity about it. Willie Knew the Quadrupeds. Teacher—Willie, are there any feathered quadrupeds. Willie—Yes. sir. Teacher—Name one. Willie—A feather bed. Ready With Proof. An earnest preacher ln Georgia, who has a custom of telling the Lord all the news ln his prayers, recently began a petition for help against the progress of wickedness ln his town with the statement: "O thou great Jehovah, crime Is on It Is becoming more prevalent dally. I can prove It to you by statistics."—Everybody's Magazine. the Increase. RHEUMATISM 4» 4i Munyon'n Rheumatism Remedy relieve* pains iu the legs, arms, back, stiff or ■wollen Joints. Contains no morphine, opium, cocaine or drugs to deaden the pain. It neutralizes the acid and drives out all rheumatic «oisons from the sys* *r'«"n Riï.! 1 Ä, p'a D f°for medical J k!î vice, absolutely free. % |3 H [ KNOWN since 1836 asRELIABLI ( TRADE MARK I > a cv liT'1 [j] W EmStaGL IJICOBFORATV under Arizona laws. Most 1 bernl und l*iex$Miihive In l*. H. No franchise or licence lux «II corporate debt« No|uib i< required. Gtutriers cannot be repealed _ ami no buMUess anywhere. Incorpora tion fee small. Write for free 40 -pu ire ' BgMtk of In formât ion"« bareurilic* A 1 Me •xeii.pt fro orix ration laws. N.uik»«iu* ., mi IHM», Pfcwdt, irUoiitt. ri zona •uint (4. 03 1 he name to remember ^•""When you need a remedy for COUCH« sod COLDS Rim MORE TURKEYS ARE NEEDED Only Truly American Bird, Yet Few of Them Are Found on Average Farm—Kills Many Insects. Turkeys are as natural to this whole country as the Indians and buffalo. Wild plums growing along our Btreams are not more at home than the wild turkey Is almost anywhere in this western country; and, as a rule, animals, plants or plums that are nat ural to a country do better, one sea son or year with another, than out side things and animals "brought In.* When we came te this country we found turkeys and corn. There were neither of these things In the old world. The turkey Is the only truly American fowl, and still on most farms we find almost every bird known to Europe and keys. Meats ol ^fnKlnds are high now, judgment of many are go Yng to be higher, and the turkey when well bred and well grown la a great meat maker, and more than that It makes the most of hts own meat. ai We know that many farmers object to turkeys on this account', for they think or Imagine because a turkey likes to ramble far afield, that It must be doing lots of damage to the grow ing crops and particularly to the corn and small grain after It is ripe or ln the Bhock, says the Dakota Farmer. Now the fact that a turkey goes far for Its feed is one of Its strongest points. Most of the year It Is Bub 111 Bronze Turkey. slstlng on insects that. If left to them selves, would later do more real harm to the growing crops than all the tur keps of several farms could do to the ripened grain. Again, we always expect to finish our farm animals on grain of some kind, and does it really matter so much If our turkeys finish themselves on our grain before we have been put to the expense of threshing or husk ing It ? For our part, we never be grudge any fowl what it helps Itself to as we have never found It profit able to keep a hungry bird around. The only trouble with this roaming habit Is when one is near another's fields, and turkeys forever seem to de light in staying across the road on other land than their owner's. In such a case, if the neighbor cannot be Induced to keep about as many tur keys as one wishes to keep, It is gen erally best to abandon turkey growing to those who are more isolated, or to plan some way to shut them up at such times a£ the neighboring grain is most exposed. Happy Is the turkey grower whose farm is so located that his large flock of turkeys will not get beyond his home acres. When it conies to growing turkeys, volumes have been written, and will continue to be written, upon how to handle them, but we have found that after once well hatched and started out, the less "handling" the better. We shall have more to say about this part of the business later, and would like to hear from bh many of those who have succeeded with turkeys as can find time to write to us. One thing is certain; it pays much better to grow some of standard varieties grow culls and mongrels. Five to ten pounds used to be considered good birds, but 30 to 40-pound birds are not uncommon nowadays. the large than it does to , j ! t : selecting a mate and displaying marital constancy that might well be j emulated by featherless and presum ; ably bipeds. The female lays her first j eggs when six months old, depositing I two in the nest, and then settling down to hatching. i cubatlon is 18 days. Pigeon Is Monogamous. The pigeon is strictly monogamous, The period of in The male bird sharing the labor with the female. The young birds consist of little but appetite, so that both father mother are kept busy feeding the hungry pair of youngsters. and Value of Clover. Clover Is very rich in protein, and contains potash, soda,phosphoric acid and other ingredients that make it one of the best fet ds for fowls that can be named. It contains all the essentials in well balanced tlon, and is palatable to the fowls as well as healthful. propor BLOOD HUMORS It is important that you should now rid your blood of those impure, poisonous, effete matters that have accumulated in it during the winter. The secret of the unequaled and really wonderful success of Hood's Sarsaparilla as a remedy for Blood Humors is the fact that it combines, not simply sarsaparilla, but the utmost remedial values of more than twenty ingre dients—Roots, Barksand Herbs—known to have extraordinary efficacy in purifying the blood and building up the whole system. There is no real substitute for Hood's Sarsaparilla, no ''just as good'' medicine. Get Hood's today, in liquid form or tablets called Sarsatabs. FOR DISTEMPER CATARRHAL FEVER AND ALL NOSE AND THROAT DISEASES a preventive for others. I Iquld given en tbetongue. Safe for brood rn.res and .11 other*. Best kidney remrdr M cents »nd *1.00 . bottle ; *5.00 end *10.00 the dozen. Sold by .11 dmeirlit» mid horse goods houses, or sent espreee paid, by the manufacturais PINK EYE ttsti Cures the skin and acts Ms, GOSHEN, INDIANA mlnittofi. .22 REPEATIN' RIFLE ^0 « ' The popular idea of the jjrjUKF .22 calibre rifle is that it is a 1 sparrow gin!— a plaything for the ' little boy. Not so the REMINGTON .22 Re- k V peater. Hammerless, Solid Breech, -built J to exactly the same high standard of quality ™ as the big game REMINGTON Repeate.s, this rifle is a man's rifle, and for the boy who has the making of a man. No rifle to compare with it for target shooting, for crows, hawks, squirrels and other small game of the keener sort. Whether you are shooting in the field target, never forget that UMC .22 cartridges essential to the surest results. Straight shooting, hard hitting, sure fire, short, .22 long and .22 long rifle cart ridges can be depended upon to be as perfect as any ammunition of any ■B calibre made. at the or are UMC .22 Targets Stnt Free. Tie Union Metallic Cartridge Compaay, Tie Remis, tas Arme Company, AxeacT-. 29* Broadway, New T.rk Ckw. The Teat of Intellect. 'T wonder why Mrs. FllmglU regards her husband as stupid. He has been very successful ln business." "Perhaps," replied Mr. Meekton, "he's like so many of the rest of us who can't possibly learn to keep the score of a bridge game." Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and see that it Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. The Kind You Have Always BoughL True pleasuri consists in clear thoughts, sedate affections, sweet re flections; a mind even and stayed, and true to itself.—Hopkins. The Breed. Stella—Is her coat Persian lamb? Bella—No; Podunk mutton.—Judge. _ PII.KR CtJRRD IN 6 TO 14 DAYS Tour druggist will rotund munny it PA/.O OINT MENT fall, to euro any cane of Itching, Blind Bleeding or Protruding Piles in Ö to 14 days. 60c. He who cannot do kindness without a brass band Is not so scrupulous about his other dealings. Taking Garfield Tea will prevent the currence of sick*headache, indigestion and bilious attacks. All druggists. re Afflictions mark the difference be tween iron and steel. The Human Heart The heart ii a wonderful double pump, through the action ol which Ae blood itream is kept sweeping round and round through the body at the rate of miles an hour. " Remember this, that our bodies 's? will not stand the strain of over-work without good, U pure blood eny more then the engine cea run smooth- X ly without oil." Alter many years of study in the active practice of medicine, Dr. R. V. Pierce found that when the stomach was out of order, the blood impure and there were symptoms of general break down, a tonic made of the glyceric extract of certain roots was the best corrective. This he called seven Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Being made without alcohol, this " Medical Discovery" help, the atom.ch to .»imil.te the food, thereby curing dy.pep, a. It i, especially adapted to diseases f«£™ e lr£ C M e Ta *'"7 W "V*' noUbly in convalescence from various levers, lor thin-blooded people «nd those who «re alwiyi " catching cold." Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent on receipt of 31 one oent stamps for the Prench cloth-bound book of 1008 R. V. Pierce, No. 663 Main Street. Buffalo, N. Y. pages. Address Dr. W. Î 4 . DOUGLAS ^aVei * 2 . 5 ? *3 *3& *4 S H O E S _ tT BEWARF OF SUESTITUTeS. H* I w-wEFUSE all substitute« claimed to be "ju»t aa good, 1 rite true values of which are unknown. You are |LVS entitled to the be»t. Insist upon having the genuine W. L Douglas shoes with his name and price W L. 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