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, r.-; , ;, - "d PIeruna frr catar-rt ani
a . ' i-n re:cnm;mnd t to all wk
a - ;," ; : " gthe above dzreases.
': Ve to say it Aas Aelp/a
n ir -Mayms E. Smith.
S2.,;F, YA 'MiJ &MIIfI.
441 iat MiounI 1treet Coilumnbu, Ohio
Ay JtV'Eit is endemic catarrh.
it is caned by some irritating eub
stance in the atmosphere during the
late snummer months. It is generally
tbh, u:ht that the pollen of certain weeds
and fl werp in the canse of it.
Chauge of locality seems to the be
only rational core. The useof Peruna,
however, stimulates the nervous eye.
tem to reeliet the rftcts of the poison.
one emanations and sometimes carries
the victim through the hay fever sea
son without an attack of the disease.
A large number of people rely upon
Peruna for this purpose. Those who
donot find it conven;ent to change
their location to avoid Hay Fever would
do well to give Peruna a trial. It has
proven of prictloes value to many peo
Terrible Bermuda uale.
Hamilton. Bermuda, Sept. 11.-Grear
damage bas t:ren done by a gale that
has befn raging over the island foi
the past few lays. The wind Is blow
ing at the rate of seventy miles at
hour and many bhuldings on the out
skirts of the city have been damaged
Fifty small craft have been wrecked
and two tves are reported lost.
W. L. DOUCLAS
'3.50 & 3.00 Shoe
BEST IN THs WORLD
ILoeglas $4 Gilt Edge Ilme
. IO)ouglth' J"b
hind ]1o11se Is Ih Mlont
ulple'Ill O th-; l fo llIltry
end /or C, xtdlog
(0ES FOR EVERYBODY AT ALL P
Yen's Shoes, $5 to 1.50. goys' ihos _
Try . L. Douglas Women's Misses and
.hlldren's shoes; for style, it and wear
I-" they excel other makes.
f I could take you into my large
factories at Brockton, Mass.,and sho
you hew carefully W.L. Douglas she
ae made, you would then understand
why they hold their shape, fit better,
wear longer, and are of greater valuh
than any other make.
Wberever you live, you can obtain W. L
oluaslshoes. His name and price is stamp
t'e bottaom, which protects you againet hig
ieand inferior shees. La. no aubasti
lute. Ask your dealer for W. L. Douglas shoos
and Inslit uIon halvl them.
.,t Colo Eelets useVd; they will not wear brauy
Write for IIlustrated Catalog at Pall Styles.
W.L DOUOLAS, Dept. 1. Brockton, Ma-u
20- Mule -Team
Fo washing blankets, woolens, lace cur.
ars, ribbons, embroideries, silk give,
_ all delicate fabrics, as well as fr dclean
-nd shing Dishes, China, Paint, Mar.
T Cooking Utensils and Silver, 20-Mule.
Tm Borax is unsurpassed.
SI,;.r Fi RI,,e p.' karg Borax & Borax
10cj 14r r Iý,, ei ntd oT ltlir nalur e. 1P
o, matter how
, badthe weanther.
afford to be
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SIGN OF THE FISH
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NEWS OF NORTHWES1
WASBINGTON, 108D, NONTANA
AND OBEGON NEIS ITERS.
4 Few Interesting Items Gathered
From Our Exchanges of the Sur
rounding Country-Numerous Acel.
dents and Personal Events Take
Place-Fall Trade is Good.
The Van Houten & Messenger plan
'ng mill at Union burned to the ground
recently. Loss on mill, $2000; on lum
ber, $1000; insurance, $1000. The
cause of the fire is unknown, but is
supposed to have caught from the en
In accordance with the agreement
signed by the Indians last spring, Ma
Jor Edwards of the Umatilla reserva
tion has received from the department
at Washington the rules governing the
taking of stock across the reservation
under the payment of the special tax.
The Photographers' association of
:he Pacific northwest elected W. G.
The Masonic fraternity will lay the
:ornerstone of the new Y. M. C. A.
building at Spokane.
Considerable grain has been de
itrnyed in the vicinity of Palouse in
'he past few days by fire.
There is still a vast amount of har
vest work to do in all parts of the east
-rn half of Whitman county.
The state school for deaf and blind
it Vancouver has re-opened with a
argely increased attendance.
Franklin B. Gault of Tacoma has
been elected to the presidency of the
state university of South Dakota.
The headquarters of the Coeur d'A
'ene Indian agency will be removed
from DeSmet mission to Tekoa, Octo
Palouse city council has fixed the
evy on all taxable property in Palouse
it 15 mills on the dollar for municipal
The Hotel Donnelly at Tacoma was
partly destroyed by fire recently.
There was a panic among the guests
but all escaped in their night attire.
The Northwestern Woodenware fac
ory at Tacoma was destroyed by fire
'ecently. One dry kiln and one boiler
-oom were saved. ~oss, $20,000; In
C. E. Rusk of Chelan and A. L. Cook
,f Lucerne have returned from a trip
luring which they made the success
'ul ascent of Glacier peak, the fourth
ilghest mountain in Washington.
State Fire Warden J. R. Welty re
iorts that the rains of the past few
lays have closed the season of active
leld work, and he is now checking up
ao find how his office stands fnan
for the operation of the regular sched
Solomon Hasbrouck, clerk of the
supreme court, died recently at Boise
of heart trouble.
Wallace, Idaho, Sept. 7.-Deeds to
approximately 2960 acres of timber
land in Shoshone and Kootenai coun
ties, and a bill of sale for a steamboat,
booms, a barge and a camp outfit on
the St. Joe, from M. D. Wright to C.
H. Reves has been filet at Wallace.
A nominal sum is mentioned in the
deeds, but it is supposed to aggregate
Fifty witnesses for the government
are at Weiser to testify before the
grand jury in land fraud cases involv
ing 20 i,0 acres now in possession of
the Cook Lumber & Timber company
Ed Kitt of Moscow is the proud poe
sessor of two cubs which he raised
from a bottle. The cubs are excep
tionally intelligent, and it is compara
tively easy to teach them tricks.
It was announced by the chief of the
Wallace fire department that the
Gamewell Fire Alarm company has un
til October 12 in which to install the
new alarm system recently ordered by
William McCullough, Charles Brown
and Steve Douglas, recently killed a
cougar and two large bears near Dent.
The cougar measured nine feet 11
inches and is said to be one of the lar
gest ever killed in this state.
It is stated that the educated, church
going Indians residing on that section
of the Nez Perce reservation known as
Kamiah, the scene of Chief Joseph's
last, stand against the white men, are
contemplating legal steps to annul the
treaty which opened the reservation
about 13 years ago.
The state Saturday made no objec
tion to the release of Steve Adams,
the witness in the Steunenberg mur
der case, on the writ of habeas corpus
'esued yesterday on application of his
uncle, John Lillar of Haines, Ore. The
moment he was released he was ar
rested on a fugitive warrant on tele
graphic instructions from Sheriff Alex
ander Nesbitt of Denver, Col. The
,lispatch stated Adams was wanted for
the murder of Lyle Gregory in that
,ity on May 15, 1904.
N. P. Hateley, who lives in the foot
tills of Moscow mountain, was recent
'y attacked by a monster lynx. He
jrocured a ride and brought down the
inlmal. The body of the lynx meas
'ired over three feet.
V. L. Burns was captured in San
Francisco after a long chase. For a
ihort time Burns was employed in the
Oregon Short Line ticket office at
Boise. He then resigned and left. He
was found by the auditor to be short
$250. A former agent of the Short
I.ine at Arco, in this state, has been
'anded in jail at Halley. His name is
L.. J. Johnson. He left two weeks ago,
giving the keys of the office to a sa
loon keeper. Before going he gave a
woman, with whom he had lived, $300
which has been recovered. When the
office was checked up, it was found he
was $450 short. The man went east
on a stock train and was apprehended
Mrs. E. (. Stanly, wife of a music
boaler in Walla Walla., received w rd
'hat a fortune amounting to $300,000
had been left her and five other heirs,
in Germany. Her share amounts to
Terrified at the burning of their
homes, and by threats made against
their lives by the Bridges on Vashon
island, thirty miles from Seattle, prom
'nent oitizens of that place have se
cured warrants for the arrest of the
N. E. Christie, a farmer from Iowa,
has purchased the old Steineger farm,
one and one-fourth miles northwest of
Addy, Wash., in the Colville river val
'ey. This is one of the most interest
;ng historic farms in the state.
The home industry building at the
Spokane fairgrounds hums like a hive
these days, for in that building the
floats for the carnival parade that is
to be held the opening night of the
fair, September 24, are being built.
A number of soda water dispensers
in Walla Walla were caught recently
for $25 each when Internal Revenue
Collector W. E. Blow swooped down
ipon them for dispensing claret with
'heir soft drinks without first procur
ing a license.
Railroad contractors have been in
formed that the plans and profile of
the new Union Pacific road from Port
land to the Sound can be seen at the
Union Pacific engineers' office in Se
attle, and contractors are invited to
submit bids on the work.
Federal Judge Hanford has granted
i temporary restraining order forbid
ling the state railroad commission
from interfering with the O. R. & N.
or other state railroads 'u an attempt
to enforce the Joint wl :t rate order.
The temporary restrair 'g order will
continue in effect until ':- case can be
heard on its merits.
According to Professor J. S. Cotton.
who has represented the government
it Ellensburg for several years in the
matter of conducting experiments
looking to the restoration of ranges,
timothy has shown itself to be pre
"minently superior for renewing ran
ges, excelling all other grasses in its
hardiness, tenacity and general adapt
ability to adverse conditions. Red top
the professor finds to be a close sec
ond. He has concluded that these two
are the ones that must be depended
upon to restore depleted ranges.
Ten cars of steel rails, part of a
freight train, west bound, Sunday aft
ernoon, were derailed at the west end
of the G. N. Camden tunnel. No one
was injured. The cause of the derail
ment was a broken flange on one Qf
the wheels of a boxcar near the front
end of the train. The debris collected
about the scene and workmen were
put to work clearing it away at once.
The track will be cleared and ready
It is said the Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul railway has finally decided on
crossing the Bitter Root mountains at
An Indian, supposed to be Chief Lit
tle Thunder from the Crow Wild reser
vation in Montana and a relative of
Crazy Bear of the Sisseton reserve
were found dead near Sisseton recent
ly. It is supposed, they were dead as
a result of a quarrel.
J. S. Wisner, public administrator
for Deer Lodge county and a promi
nent Anaconda citizen, committed sui
cide in a Butte lodging house recently
by taking strychnine and morphine.
Brooding over the disgrace of his son
for defaulting to the extent ot more
than $100,000 was the cause.
Hereafter, every automobile, buzz
cart, gas buggy, horseless runabout,
steamer and electric wagon in Butte
will have to be numbered just as are
the autos of all large cities.
Nearly one-fifth of the taxable prop
erty in the state is located in Silver
Bow county. The total assessed valua
tion of all properties in the county last
year was $85,364,160, a gain for 1906
T. E. Murphy,a stranger, was struck
by a train recently near Forsyth, and
his legs hurt so badly that one of them
was amputated in the hospital at Bill
Attorney-General Albert J. Galen
has instituted a suit in the district
court at Butte to deprive the Echo
Lake Fish Hatchery company of the
exclun.,e use of Eoho lake, in Granite
The Milwaukee officials have an
nounced that they desire to locate ma
chine shops at Miles Citv and make a
division there if the necessary land can
be secured reasonably.
Ocear Myher's action in mistaking a
bottle of carboliZeo acid for one of med
icine, cost him his life at Butte last
Miss Mary Dinsdale received terrible
injuries at Red Lodge recently in a
Judge Hunt has adjourned the session
of the United States court set for
Helena, until September 15, he finding
it impossible to be there because the
land fraud trials in Oregon have not
Three ranchmen lost their lives Sat
urday afternoon by being overcome by
gas in an abandoned well on the flats
below Butte city. The dead are:
Frank Ely, aged 51; Mathew Fogarty,
aged 34; Andrew Mehar, aged 35. Fo
garty and Mehar both succumbed in
an attempt to rescue Ely, who had
started down the well with the inten
tion of cleaning it.
SICK FOR TEN YEARS.
Constant Backache, Dropsy, and Se
vere Bladder Trouble.
Fred W. Harris. of Chestnut St.. Jef
ferson, Ohio, says: "For over ten
years I suffered from kidney disease.
The third year my
teet and hands would
swell and remain
puffed up for days at
a time. I seemed to
have a constant bacK
' ache. Finally I got
so bad that I was laid
up in bed with several
doctors in attendance.
I thought surely I
would die. I changed medicine and
began using Dkan s Kidney Pills when
I was still in bed. The relief I found
was so great that I kept on until I had
taken about ten boxes. The Riidney se
cretions begcame natural and after
years of misery I was cured. I have
Ilcreased in weight, and show no
symptoms of my former trouble."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-lMilburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
A life that is not permitted to come
into the open suffers from bad air.
The richest orchestra in the world
will be the Warsaw philharmonic,
which has just received a !-g~cy of
$1,000,000 from a music loving Pole.
HOWARD E. BURTON,
Assayor and Chemist. Ieadville Colo
Se'ilnien prices: Gold. silver. lea. l , $1: gold
mil er. ,s. gold. iMc. ,inc or copper 1 rvan
ide teats: mailing envelo.es and iall price list
sen: on app:iralltin., tlntrol and umple work
sorilted. Referenuces: Carbonate National
Emma Calve, the operat!- signer, is
foik wing her usual summer custom of'
eii:crtaining every week at her h3me
at Avignon 23 working girls from'
Mothers will afnd Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup the best remedy to use
for their children during teething period.
Of every 1.000 miners in Great Brit.
tin 1.24 lose their lives by accident
annally. In Germany the rate a 1,000
i: 1 90; in the United States, 3.35.
rITS St. Vitus Dance and all Nervous Diseases
permaneutlv cured by Dr. Kline's Great
Nerve Restorer. Send for FREE $2 trial
bottle and treatise. Dr. K. Hi. Kline, Dd., 981
Arth St., Phila., Pa.
An advantage in having nothing to
give is in the freedom of the assertion
of what would be done tinder other
There is a remedy over sixty
years old-Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. Of course you have
heard of it, probably have used
it. Once in the family, it stays;
the one household remedy for
coughs and hard colds on the
chest. Ask your doctor about it.
The beet kind of a testimonial
" old for over sixty yearm."
We hae no secrete I We publish
Ayer Pills inrease the ctivityowell
the liver, and thus aid recovery.
What is Castoria.
(ASTORIA is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and
Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It containneither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotio substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays
Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles,
cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach
and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The children's Panacea--The
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over
30 years, has borne the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under
his personal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with
and endanger the health of Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher. 0
Dr. F. Gerald Blattner, of Buffalo, N. Y., says: "Your Castoria Is good
for children and I frequently prescribe it, always obtaining the desired
Dr. Gustave A. Ei.;ngrreber, of St. Paul, Minn., says: "I have used
your Castoria repeatedly in my practice with good results, and can recom.
mend it as an excellent, mild and harmless remedy for children."
Dr. E. J. Dennis, of St. I.ouis, Mo., says: "I have used and prescribed
your Castoria in my sanitarium ani outside practice for a number of years
ttePrenparatiaonfor Ais · and find it to be an excellent remedy for children."
slmhatlgItPeFoo0datnocRegula Dr. S. A. Euchanan, of I'hilc:tolphia, Pa., says: "I have used your Ca'
tingtheSiomrhsand owelsof toria in the 'ase of rmy own :a'hy al:d fad It lieasant to take, and have
obtained ex- lent results from it 3 use."
Dr. J. U. !minl;on, of Chin.:,, ill., save: "I ha've u,l your Castorla in
cases of coli, in children and have found it the bot medicine of its kind
Promotes Digestion Cheerful- on the market."
nessarliRest.Containsneither Dr. R. E. Erlilrlson, of 0 ,r:: :,,. rtyc: "I find your Castoria to be a
um.Morphine forfMineral. standard family rre::<'. It i:. itI, b.at thing for infanta and children I
IOT NARCOTIC. have ever known and I r kcorn.e r:d it."
Dr. L. RI. Ilol:nse:., cof .r:' CA', Mo., sa's: "Yo'r Cstaria certainly
has merit. Is not its age, its crio,;":r:el e':O by mothers through all these
years, and t:he ma:y atnr:ipt: to ii thato it, suntliont rccommendatlon?
Sf$J*FJj. What ran a physician add? L eve it to tii mothers.."
d ,,",,- Dr. Edwin F. Pardco. of New York C;ty. ay.i: "For several years I have
,,,.ýiF recommended your Cart ora anrd se:atl aln.ays continue to do so, as it has
_ Jý 5Jl invarialy producc(l I., ",,: nl results."
S Dr. N. I1. Sizer, of I:roolyn, N. Y., says: "I ot: oct to what are called
patent medicines, where nm::lr alone ]:nows what ingredients are put in
ApefectIRemedy forConsflpa- them, but I know the f*ui rula of your ('astoria arnl advise its use."
(ion. Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, (:E X11 NE 1016E ,* ALWAYC
Worms Convulsions ,Feverish- CENUINE ", ALWAY
tes and Loss or SLEEP. Bear. the Signature of
slaoSismile Signature of
The Kind You Have Al s Eought
XArCOPY OP WRAPPER. `g
In Use For Over 30 Ye-i":.
THE CENTAUCUNI,?T MURRAVY T-T, NWVCIr.
rade Your Beans Operatic School
"Ich ,eptember e th frepares for ,Ira
....... . .. . ... . ttr i llar l ,iur r.ttl ' a',gIe Hnut pinhtr1. grrul
rlH tes In Fi F In' l l!hV Fttrtv l' Ir'iItite now
ith IrtvtIIgllK romll rnel e~ri ftor t algg
At last tthere is a mrill biilt thait Will a ,lutly cli : uil vr:Ileg l Ir.anDr mat"ic and
beans, a l at the same time sll- at a lw pri ' l re i- no rric t" oul,
longer any necessity for you to sell vieolr t·an, - u grl i1;gun Illll,
Arcade BId'g, Seattle, Wn.
FRANK C. IU(;AN, P'rincipal.
Use a Falls City RYLLIR
STHE DAISY FLY KILLER dl,,trosa atl the
r'e ol.11- atidsht
WFanning Mill ("'tuI' Car,
il-. are taUnllb -
)pr tluctt. ' i ill p it t l w n
from the Lad W1ashit t"n tier; r.Ytlteg all -ric" awi l rlegriv. I t] )s m on ceHg
eans ; it H ill r.nx le ' u t1 get a hti1her prw tfr V 1r pr o int .ot 1 1w n r h w t n ot alhl or , r.
and a mlore ready inarket. )i) a a, t rci l ur 0., . I)rrol. l nomer.
HEV, u,' ri, CURED.' t r, ". l. ..
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