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A New Back For An Old One
how It Is Done In
The backaches at times with a dull,
indescribable feeling, making you
weary and restless piercing pains
shoot across the region of the kidneys,
and again the loins are ao lame to
stoop is agony. No use to rub or ap
ply a plaster to the back in this condi
tion. You can not reach the cause.
Exchange the bad back for anew and
stronger one. Follow the example of
this Worthington c.tizen.
John Harden, farmer, Worthington
addition, Worthington, Minn., says:
''Some yeara ago 1 suffered from pains
in my back and shoulders. When I
stooped, it seemed as if my back
would break and it was just as diffi
cult for me to straighten. There was
a soreness through the small of the
back. The kidney secretions were
badly disordered and I failed to find
relief until I started taking Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured at Myers' City
Pharmacy. After taking a few doses
I was greatly relieved and continued
to improve as I continued taking the
remedy. I recommend Daan'sJ Kid
ney Pills to anyone suffering from
kidney trouble, as I know them to be
For sale by all Dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
New York, Sole Agents for the
Remember the rame—Doan's—
and take no other.
Picture Drd !te Work.
When the University of Idaho "was
about to be opened fifteen yeara ago,
one of the applicants for a position as
instructor was a New England school
ma'am of uncertain age. She inclosed
with her application a photograph of
herself on which was written: "Please
return when it has done its work."
The secretary of the board, a some
what humorous English physician, in
dorsed on the back: "It has done its
work," and returned it immediately.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the .ear.
There is jnly one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ng of the Eustachian Tube. When this
tube is inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when
it is entirely closed, Deafness is the
result, and unless the inflammation
can be taken out*'and this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hear
ing will be destroyed forever nine
cases out'of ten are caused by Catarrh
which is nothing but an inflamed con
dition of the mucous surface.
We will give One BundredlDollars
for any case of Deafness (caused bj
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
culars free. F. J. CHENEY CO.,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take nail's ramily Fills for con
immediately impress you with
their high character, and you instinctively feel that
they are RIGHT—A better acquaintance invari
ably proves it to be so.
They are all well made, strongly put together
and the finish and painting- makes you realize
Deere Vehicles Are AH Right.
It was through no accident that the "wearing
They are the result of long: and intelligent
study of western requirements. Like all succes
ses, they have their imitators, who attempt to
copy them outwardly, but omit entirely the
practical qualities the strong features of all
When the market for
a buggy consider well
E E E E
We are the authorized areata.
Western Implement Companv.
Lost His Suit.
"Lend my dress suit? Not on your
life!" replied the man. "I might get it
in the neck the way Corrigan did."
"What happened to Corrigan?"
"Well, two years ago a fellow whom
he knew slightly borrowed Corrigan's
dress suit to go to a dance. Next thing
Corrigan heard was that the fellow
had dropped dead of heart disease.
Corrigan went to the funeral to do the
right thing. When he peeked into the
casket he noticed the deceased had on
his dress suit. The undertaker had
picked it out because It was the only
dark suit in the fellow's wardrobe.
Corrigan wept real tears when he saw
them lowering the coffin into thegrare.
That was his first and last dress suit.
He vowed he'd never get another."—
Sau Francisco Chronicle.
A man who does not mind a joke at
his own expense says he went into a
chemist's recently and asked for some
morphine. The shopman objected to
giving it without a prescription.
"Do I look like a man who would
kill himself?" the customer asked.
"I don't know, I'm sure," said the
shopman, "but if I looked like you I
should be tempted."—London Answers.
OLD WAY— 1 CUBIC YARD A DAY
They Would TTwit.
Yez cant alwez tell, but some peo
ple wud if they knowed.—Baltimore
on Petition for
ESTATE OF WILLIAM McGOWAN.
STATE OP MINNESOTA, County of Nobles, In
In the Matter of the Estate of William
The State of Minnesota. To whom it
may concern and to all persons interested in
the granting of administration of the said
decedent: The petition of Mary A. McGowan,
having been filed in this Court representing
that William McGowan, then a resident of
the County of Nobles, State of Minnesota,
died intestate on the 6th day of May, 1908,
and praying that letters of administration
of his estate be granted to Frank Glasgow
and the Court having fixed the time and
place for hearing said petition Therefore,
You and each of You are hereby cited and
required to show cause, if any you have, be
fore this Court at the Probate Court Rooms
in the Court House, in Worthington, in the
County of Nobles, state of Minnesota, on
the 20th day of July, 190S, at one
P. M., why said petition shall notbe granted.
Witness the Judge of 9aid Court, and the
seal of said Court, this ISth day of Tune.
(Court Seal.) C. M. CORY,
GEO. W. WiLSOM, Probate Judge.
Attorney for Petitioner.
A. Obcrman & Son
Livery& Feed Stable
Best turn-outs in the city.
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COLORADO RIVER DREDGING COMPANY
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
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ANAGER NORTH AMERICA
SECRETARY MINNESOTA STATE FAIR ASSOCIATION
SECRETARY MINNESOTA STATE FAIR ASSOCIA
\POLIS STREET RAILWAY CO.
CHIEF SURGEON GREAT NORTHERN RY. CO.
This Company owns 460 acres of the old river bed of the Colorado River—constituting the present banks of the Colorado River—lying between the
rich mineral belts of Arizona and Nevada. Numerous tests made at three different times by different parties, prove it to contain an average $1*50 of gold per cubic
yard and in the aggregate, in addition to garnets and platinum# more than TWENTY MILLION DOLLARS of gold.
This Company also practically has the exclusive right to dredge 20 miles of the present bottom of this river, which the tests prove to be as rich as the
ground it owns. The river having an average width of J200 feet, makes this one of the largest and most profitable dredging propositions ever undertaken.
This gold is simply mixed with the earth and practically all of it can be saved by the modern dredge which separates the gold from the ground and
saves it as the separator winnows the wheat from the chaff and saves it. Dredging is practically manufacturing on a large scale it is very profitable. Knowing
the amount of gold the ground contains and the cost of taking it out, the profits can be pretty closely estimated and speculation eliminated.
This Company intends putting at least three dredges at work dredging these banks and the present bottom of the river. As each dredge has a daily
capacity of 3,000 cubic yards and the ground averages One Dollar in gold per yard and the cost of operation is small, you can see that even one dredge taking out
Three Thousand Dollars a day will enable this Company to pay very large dividends and make its stock very valuable* Three dredges taking out Nine Thou
sand Dollars a day will treble these profits.
As these dredges are expensive and we have not personally all the money necessary to buy them, we concluded to organize this Company and sell some
stock. Although this stock now is intrinsically worth more than par, we will sell enough of ft at twenty-five cents a share—par value $1.00 per share—
to buy the first dredge* As soon as this first dredge is at work it is our intention to materially advance'the price of the stock* If you want any of this stock
send in your order at once as a large amount of St has already been sold* It is fully paid, non-assessable and carries no personal liability.
We feel confident that you will make money by joining us in this enterprise—that this Company will pay very large dividends and that its stock will
soon be selling for many times what it cost you*
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NEW WAY—3000 CUBIC YARDS A DAY