THE OAKLEY EAGLE
Ay A. M MBEBIU.
A 'hopeful feeling" Is i .-ported from
Wall street. The lambs must be stray
Of course the true answer to the
question. "Why do men wear corsets?"
Is that men do not.
New York is to have an elegant new
prices, no doubt, In
Before we decide that the corset is
not s good thing for men to wear, let
looks in one.
u* see how
"If you are well, don't talk about
It," says an adviser of the people
Correct! And if you are sick, forget
A note announcing a suicide has
been found In a hot tie. The bottle
contains the reason for many a sui
A contemporary asks, "What is
a sweet girl?" Can't answer; wife is
looking over shoulder.—New York
To the Occidental ear nji animated
conversation between an Austrian
and a Hungarian sounds in itself like
an overt act of war.
Tidings from Manchuria are rather
meagor. All the same, the two great
armies are busy breaking camp and
moving toward home.
Baron de Forest is said to contem
plate founding an empire in the Sa
hara. though the desert is notoriously
a bad place for Forests.
Now that, the peace envoys have
gone New Hampshire learns with pain
that even a premature snowstorm does
not draw attention its way.
"He that maketh haste to be rich."
said Solomon, "shall not be Innocent."
Things do not seem to have changed
much since Solomon's time.
Several members of the Cornell
football squad have suffered sun
strokes. The hardships of college life
are not to be lightly considered.
The per capita consumption of lea
in England is six pounds a year with
out prejudice to various other bever
ages that are strong favorites there.
Candidates are so called because
they were originally clad in white.
you wouldn t diink it, to see the bunch
that comes forth every year in poll
** ca '
Only two presidents of the United
States have been married while in of
flee, chiefly probably because so many
of them were married before they got
Ixive is now to me legally recognized
in French marriages, under the re
vised code. Heretofore, it has usually
developed later, and then with some
It ought to be easy to decide the
case of bigamy of John Grady, one of
whose wives loves him and the other
does not. Hand hint over to the one
who does not.
la spite of all the costly styles of
garments shown at the dressmakers'
convention the good husband will do
his best to wear a straight and un
St. Louis argues that a man who
Bpends $25,000 a year ought to pay
taxes. Not necessarily. We shouldn't
have any money left for taxes after
spending $25,000 a year.
* When Envoy Witte completed his
tour of New York he remarked:
"Everywhere is advertising. All is
advertising." Right you are, M Witte!
And just notice how it pays!
All the cats in Farmington, Mass..
axe to be killed on account of a diph
theria epidemic. Doubtless all the
are already Inviting their
country cousins to visit them.
Prof, de Martens of the late peace
conference says that American girls
are pretty, but American cooking is
abominable. And yet they say that the
way to a man's heart is through his
Mr. Carnegie offers half the cost of
a laboratory at Smith, because he
thinks that women should be up on
biology. That they are up on buyo
logy, observers at any of the bargain
sales can testify.
The full-rigged ship from Parrsboro,
N. S., bound for Buenos Ayres, that
collided with a monster whale, must
have greatly surprised the whale. The
ship has put into Bahia for repairs,
The whale has not reported yet.
An English judge has ordered 1
woman to pay for ducks' ei
got when she merely or
Any old eggs are eggs, he sa:
don't have to
manufactured by a
hen Would he insist that Bhe pay for
sparrows' eggs, or mosquitoes', for
"She came into the professional
field like a skylark at the age of twen
ty-four," writes the enthusiastic press
agent of the prima donna. We don't
think we should care about listening
to a skyiark at the age of 24.
1 vanity w;nt with aweATNess.'
PboullerMi«, of Famoui Men In Soft- i
ta tolling of the v er ion« means of |
•elf advertisement adopted by certain]
] authors, a critic say« that Alexander ]
Pumas, the elder, delighted to appear
In the uniform of the national c '4
of France with medals pinned
breast, though It i« doubtful Y.'b__*«r I
his motive was anything deeper than
a vain, childish delight In gauds. "He
was the sort of man." one of his en
emies once remarked, who was ca
pable of riding behind his own car
riage in order to prove that he kept
a negro in his service." A certain
literary person once appeared In the
utalls of a iaindon theater wearing a
jeweled brooch In his long hair; but
he was anticipated in this respect by
Theophile (lautier, whose many-color
ed waistcoat was always the most
conspicuous object in any theater
which he entered, and even by Dis
raeli, with his rings outside his gloves,
and his green trousers. It is said that
M. Paul Bourget also wore green
trousers when he was a denizen of the
Latin quarter; but that was in the
days of poverty and early struggles,
and perhapse he had no others.
An Honest Opinion.
Mineral, Idaho, Oct. 16th.— (Spe
cial.)—That a sure cure has been dis
covered for those sciatic pains that
make so many lives miserable is the
firm opinion of Mr. D. S. Colson, a
well-known resident of this place, and
he does not hesitate to say that curs
is Dodd's Kidney Pills. The reason
Mr. Colson Is so firm in his opinion
is that, he had those terrlbla pains and
is cured. Speaking of the matter he
"I am only too happy to say Dodd's
Kidney Pills have done me lots of
good. I had awful pains in my hip so
I could hardly walk Dodd's Kidney
Pills stopped it entirely. I think they
are a grand medicine."
All Sciatic and Rheumatic pains are
caused by Uric Acid In the blood.
Dodd's Kidney Pills make healthy kid
neys and healthy kidneys strain all
the Uric Acid out of the blood. With
the cause removed there can be no
Rheumatism or Sciatica.
In Scotland the subject of a practi
cal Joke on the 1st of April is called
a "gowk," while in France he is
termed "poiseon d'Avril," or "April
See hds advertisement' in this paper
and write him to-day for free booklet
SHOCK FOR GREAT CHURCHMAN.
Bishop Unaccustomed to Such Famil
iar Mode of Address.
The county of Lunenburg, in Nova
Scotia, was settled by Germans, and
i the children of these settlers are still
German, says an eastern writer. At
one of the little hotels In the town of
the same name a party of drummers
were waiting for the boat. They were
well primed, and ready for any lark,
when in strolled a well known char
acter, Neil Hyson, also a little
In the parlor stood a solitary indi
vidual dressed in the garb of a min
ister. Neil spied this man, and asked
the leader of the Jokers if he thought
the stranger would drink with him.
"Sure," said the leader, "but he is
the bishop of Nova Scotia, aud you
must call him 'my lord.'
Hyson marched up to the stranger,
and giving him a familiar slap on the
back, shouted: "Mine Gott, bishop,
you drinks mitt me!"
What the fiery bishop said (he
none other than Bishop Courtney,
former preacher at St. Paul's, Boston)
I did not learn.
Brother's High Sense of Duty.
Alfred Towns, of Silvorton, Ore.,
returned the other day from a trip in
to the hills and told his brother Rob- i
ert that he had shot, two deer. Rob
ert is a game warden and at once ar
rested Alfred for shooting without a
license, and Alfred served five days in
Leaves When You Quit and Use Pos- j
A lady who unconsciously drifted
»to nervous prostration brought on by I
"I have been a coffee drinker all I
my life, and used it regularly, three !
times a day.
"A year or two ago I became sub
ject to nervous neuralgia, attacks of
nervous headache and general ner
vous prostration which not only in- S
capacitated me for doing my house- j
work, but frequently made it neces
sary for me to remain in a dark room
for two or three days at a time.
"I employed several good doctors. I
one after the other, but none of them
was able to give me permaneat relief, j
"Eight months ago a friend sug- I
gested that perhaps coffee was the :
j cause of my troubles and that I try
! Postum Food Coffee and give up the
I old kind. I am glad I took her advice,
for my health has been entirely re
j stored 1 have no more neuralgia, nor
j have I had one solitary headache In
! all these eight months. No more of i
mv days are wasted in solitary con j
I finement In a dark room. I do all my :
I own work with ease. The flesh tha ;
j lost during the years of my nervous 1
j during these months, and I
prostration has come back to me
more a happy, healthy woman.
Nose a list of names of friends who
can vouch for the truth of the state
ment." Name given by Postum Co.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
Ten days' trial leaving off j
There's a reason.
and Dsing Postum is sufficient All
7 FIRST PRIZES
W»r» awarded at the Utah
State Fair to flowlott Bros.
Co. for rha aupertor quality
and exoalianca ol 't 't
EXTRACTS AND SPICES
Your Grocer is authorized
to refund the money If you
don't like "The beet of the
good one«." 'y vg
Nice and Nasty.
Clarence, aged 4, had just taken a
bite of a ver? large but unusually sour
"What an awful nice had apple tha'
Farmers and Merchants
will be interested in announcememt of
"Acetylene Jones" in this paper
Black and white beans were used
as ballots by our ancestors
election of magistrates by the people.
Ask Your Dealer for Allen's Foot-Ess*
A powder. It rest* the feet. Cures Swollen,
Sore, Hot, Callous, Aching, Sweating Feet
and Ingrowing Nails. At all Drug;
Shoe stores, 26 cents. Accept no su
Sample mailed FREE. Address, Allen S.
Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y
A group of the Madonna holding
the dead Christ upon her knees, in St.
Peter's church at Rome, ie said to be
the only piece of sculpture which
bears Michael Angelo's signature.
W. L. Douglas
*3= & *3= SHOES
W. L. Douglas $4.00 Gilt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.
* HOts "Täte?
; ' ;
fef ? •
IS July 6, 187«.
W. L.DOUGLAS MAKES AND SELLA
MORE MEN'S $3. SO SHOES THAN
ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER.
tin nnn REWARD to tayons who can
W I UjUUU disprove this statement
W. L. Douglas $3.50 sho«* have by their ex
cellent style, easy fitting, and superior wearing
qualities, achieved the largest sale of any $3.50
shoe In the world. They are Just as good as
those that cost you $5.00 to $7.00—the ool>
difference Is the price. If I could take you into
my factory at Brockton, At ass., the largest In
the world under one roof making men's fin«
•hoes, and show you the care with which every
pair of Douglas shoes is made, you would realirc
why W. L. DouQlas $3.50 shoes are the best
shoes produced in the world.
111 could show you the difference between the
shoes made in my factory aud tLose of other
makes, you would understand why Douglas
$3.50 shoes cost more to make, why they hold
their shape, fit better, wear longer, and are ol
greater intrinsic value than any other $J.50
shoe on the market to-day'.
W. L. Doug!am Strong Made Shoe* for
Man, $2.SO, $2.00. Boya' School A
Drama Shorn*, $2. SO. $2, $1. 75, $1.50
caution. —Insist upon having W.L.Doug
s shoes. Pah© no substitute. Nona genuine
without his n-Ain© and price stamped on bottom.
WANTED. A shoe dealer in every town where
. L. Douglas Shoes are not sold. Full line
•ample« sent free for Inspection upon request.
Fast Color Events used; tsey ail/ net near brassy.
Write for Illustrated Catalog of Fall fttyle«
W. !.. DOUGLAS, Brockton. *1
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On the Trait
<with a Fish Brand
"I followed the
trail from Texas
to Montana with
a FISH BRAND
Slicker, used foe
an overcoat when
cold, a wind coat
when windy, a rain coat when it ramed,
and for a cover at night if we got to bad,
and I win may that I hav« gotten more
comfort out ol your slicker than any Other
oua article that 1 ever owned."
(Tbr Mm* and addr^m of fha writer of tM*
aaaoliciiod leurr may b« bad on application.)
Wet Weather Garments for Riding, Walk
ing, Working or Sporting.
HIGHEST AWARD WORLD'S FAIR, 1904.
Tbs Bigs of ths risk
A. J. TOWER CO
: -* — _
troubled with ills peculiar to _ _
their aex^ used as a douche is marvcloeMy scc
cleantes, kill* disease germs
•tops discharges, n<
Pax tine is in powder lo
water, and is far mon
•ud economical than li
cieanses, icius disease germ«,
eals lnllamaiation and local
to be dissolved in pure i
healing, Mnaiudal j
TOILET AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL USES
For tale at dnizi;i*t% 80 cent« a box.
Trial I tor and Book ot Inatruction* Free.
t«i ». P.ITOK COMPONV
must fully protect an invention. |
MASON, FENWICK 4 LAWRENCE, Patent Lawyers,
Washington, o. c..
8«n<l for oar «Sri AaslTsmarf fro« Booklet, nb-.w
Inp llluhirations of Marhantoa.) Movers«!!»
eures. Rradslr©et an
When Anewerlny Advertisement«
Kindly Mention This Paper.
«1 thou Maks of natNflej clients
Wr!*e as lo-4af.
NCLPS AND HINTS
P » t i fn « » f Practical Vitae in
Noma-Made Labor Savin
Hydraulic Ram or Pump.
Inquirer.—Which is the better for
raising water, a pump or a hydraulic
A hydraulic ram will suit better and
will he as cheap as a pump if there
is a drop of 4 or 5 feet or more. The
more drop ther* is (he less feed pipe
will be necessary. By getting a man
who understands the right size of ram
to be used 1t can be fixed to pump the
necessary water to the barn summer
and winter. The ram must be pro
tected in the winter. A neighbor has
a hydraulic ram 1,400 feet from his
barn and 100 feet lower. It is a No.
6 ram with a 3-inch feed pipe, 50 feet
long with 7 feet drop and 1 inch dis
charge pipe. It, worked all right for
eight years and only that the piping
rusted would doubtless have lasted for
fifty years. Galvanized piping should
be used under ground.
Self Dumping Fruit Pail.
shows a pail for use in apple picking,
which can be lowered to the ground
to empty the fruit without bruising.
The hook A is placed over the limb
while picking. When the pail is tc
be lowered A and B are hooked to
gether and on reaching the ground B
instantly unhooks and a single pul 1
on the rope dumps the pail and
brings it back to the picker. An old
i I lus trat Ion
ear Is attached at C into which the
rope Is fastened. The requiremente
are a pail, a rope and some stiff wire
Large or Small Pipe.
J. M. O.—I have a spring 600 feet
distant and 60 feet lower than my
house. I wish to lay a pipe and build
a windmill to pump the water. One
man tells me to lay a two-inch pipe
the entire distance from the spring tc
the tank, as the friction on a one-ineb
pipe would be too great. Another
man advises me to lay a one-inch pipe
as the weight of water in a two-inch
pipe would be so great in a 60-foot
rise that the pump couldn't work
Which is the better size to use?
A one-inch pipe would be too small
for a length of 600 feet and a lift ol
60 feet. The delivery would be toe
slow The pipe should be 1% inches
in diameter. Through a pipe of this
size an 8-foot windmill would pump
about 180 imperial gallons of watei
per hour, when running full time in
a good wind, or 1,200 to 1,500 gallons
per day on the average. If pumping
is all that the windmill is required
to do, probably an 8-foot mill would
be large enough.
A 2-inch pipe would be unnecessar
ily large, and therefore, on account
of the considerable length unnecessar
ily expensive. The total weight ol
water does not count in pumping, but
rather the weight or pressure pei
square inch, and this depends on the
height of the water column that is lift
ed, and not at all on the size of the
pipe. The pressure per square inch
would be the same at the base of
2-inch pipe as at a 1-inch pipe. On
account of the fact that the friction
is relatively less in a large pipe than
in a small one, it would be much eas
ier to force water 60 feet high through
a 2-inch pipe than through a 1-inch
Home-made Corn Cutter.
This implemeni is made by bolting
the blade of a strong heavy scythe to
a sled, as shown in the illustration.
A rod of wrought iron about one inch
in diameter is bent to form a follow
er, as shown. One of these ma
chines Is expected to cut about 2Vi
acres per day. After cutting, the crop
is less easily handled than when cut
by hand, but the total saving in labor
Paint fo. Kitchen Floor.
C. R.—What is the best
paint for a kitchen floor?
would show the dirt the least? How
much would be required for a floor 1
The usual color for a kitchen floor !
is a light slate color, which will no* I
show the dirt as much as other colors I
Would advise the use of a special floor |
paint, sold in any sized tins required.
j These special floor paints are far bet- |
ter than a hand-mixed paint, especial- i
ly where the parties have no expert
ence in mixing' paint.
Feet of Mrs. Fang.
Mrs. Wu Ting-fang, wife of the for- !
I mer Chinese minister to the United \
States, has had a surgical operation j
performed which restored her feet to
their normal size. This little incid
ent. It is thought may have an influ
ence out of all proportion to its im
portance in its effect in inducing
other women of the Chinese aristo
cracy to follow the example set.
\ Tiled, Neivous Mothers
MaKe UnKappy Homes-Their Condition Irritates
Both Husband and Children-How Thousands
Have Been Saved From Narvoua
Prostration and Made Strong and Well.
Chester ûurry a: Mrs. Chas. Kj^rou/n |
A nervous, irritable mother, often on
the verge of hysterics, is unfit to care
for children ; it ruins a child's disposi
tion and reacts npon herself,
trouble between children and their
mothers too often is due to the fact
that the mother has some female weak
ness, and she is entirely unfit to bear
the strain upon her nerves that govern
ing children involves; it is impossible
for her to do anything calmly.
The ills of women act like a firebrand
upon the nerves, consequently nine
tenths of the nervous prostration, ner
vous despondency, "the blues," sleep
lessness, and nervous irritability of
women arise from some derangement
of the female organism.
Do you experience tits of depression
with restlessness, alternating with
extreme irritability? Are your spirits
easily affected, so that one minute you
laugh, / and the next minute you feel
like crying ?
I)o you feel something like a ball ris
ing in your throat and threatening to
choke you; all the senses perverted,
morbidly sensitive to light and sound ;
pain in the ovaries, and especially
between the shoulders; bearing down
pains; nervous dyspepsia, and almost
continually cross and snappy?
If so, your nerves are in a shattered
condition, and you are threatened with
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Mrs. Chester Curry, Leader of the
Ladies' Symphony Orchestra, 42 Sara
toga Street, East boston, Mass., writes:
Dear Mrs Pinkham:—
" For eight years I was troubled with ex
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irregularities I could neither enjoy life nor
sleep night*; I was very irritable, nervoo*
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unproved in health until I am now strong
well, and all nervousness ha* disap
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Mrs. Charles F. Brown, Vice-Presi
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Terrace, Hot .Springs. Ai'k., writes :
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:—
" I dragged through nine years of miserabU
existence, worn out with [«in and nervous
ness. until it seemed as though I should fly.
I then noticed a statement of a woman trou
bled as I was, and the wonderful results she
derived from Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, I decided to try it. I did so, ami
at the end of three months I was a different
woman. My nervousness was all gone. 1 was
longer irritable, and my husband fell in
love with me all over again."
Women should remember that Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is
the medicine that holds the record for
tlie greatest, number of actual cures of
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Mrs. Pinkham's vast experience with
female troubles enables her to tell
you just what is best for you, and
she will charge you nothing for be»
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