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, ECZEMA 30 YEARS;
SIMPLE OIL CUHES
-I Wlntergreen Compound Stopped Itch
jf t Once Disease Soon Disappeared.
M Kcr.emn first iippcarcil on my body
m wnen I wan n child 8 years of age
r"or over thirty yearn I acrttched and
g acralchetl and doctored. It tdniply
I drove mo wild. "About one year ao,
the ills.-isr- covered my entire body
from my scalp to my toes. Mv doctor
ami my friends all Raw m up ns in
curable, "Tli. n I commenced usn, tt,e D. D.
n Tl.inrilv for , , . in The first ap
plication stripped i ,.. horrible itching
and a;nve me h nlsht's sleep The ec
sema gradually left my body and am
wow entirely cured excepting n little
roughness of the akin on my left
Mr. M. T. Flrmln. for the last :o
J", ,n ihr employ of the C 8 Daniels
ftrrnlturo Co., of Wlehltn. Ksn In the
presence of Mr Hlgrtnsnn nf the Itlir
gltison Drtia; Co., made the above state
ment. We suggest that vou ask vour dnia--giat
more about D. D. D. Proscription.
WL' Artist Yes. my art Is my fortune.
Ek Modol (cheerily) Never mind. I'ov-
nV erty Is no crime.
IT CUTICURA CURED HIM.
f Eczema Came on Lena and Anklet
K Could Not Wear Shoes Because
(Of Bad Scaling and Itching.
"I have been successfully cured of
dry eczema. I was inspecting the re-
1 moval of noxious weeds from the edg-e
I of a river and was constantly in the
dust from the weeds. At night I
j 9 cleanHed my limbs but felt n prickly
g sensation. I paid no attorn Ion to it
9 for two years but I BOtlOCd a Hcuin
Efl on my legs like flsli scales. I o'M not
attend to it until It ca:- to be too
H Itchy and sore and begun getting two
W running sorc My ankles were all
L sore and scabby and I could not wear
I ' shoes. I hud to use carpet und felt
H f slippers for weeks. I got a cake of
H 'j the Oiitlcura Soap and some Outlcura
Ointment. In less than ten day? I
could put on my hootn and In less than
. three weeks I was free from the con-
I founded Itching. Copt. George P. BHss.
Chief of Police, Morris. Manitoba, Mar.
20, 1907. and Sept. 21 IMS."
Potter Jlrug A Chew. Corp., Hula l'r..pv, II. .sum
FATHER HAD A GRIEVANCE.
Some Excuse for His Violent Assault
f on Managing Editor.
Una Cavnllcrl, the beautiful Itomnn
prima donna, said recently of her
"beauty parlor" in New York:
"Heauty Is woman's most importnnt
attribute. She who Increases beauty
I Is woman's greatest benefactor. Hub-
I bandH, brothers, even fathers In their
inmost hearts beauty Is the thing they
desire most to see In I heir feminine
"i "Only the other day," she said, "a
gray, fat old gentleman entered a
newspaper office and said.
" 'Are you the managing editor?'
" 'Yes.' was the reply.
"'I suppose that on you. then.' said
I the visitor, 'rests the responsibility for
wlj (his morning's reference to mv daugb-
ter Patty as Fatty Take ihut'"'
Success at Last.
"Jack London finds Australia a good
f C deal like our own Wild Wast," bald a
San Franciscan. "I met him In Mel
l bourne, lie hud already picked up a
bushel of local stories and sketches
"He told me a Btory of an actor who
had Just returned from a long tour
inland This actor said of his tour:
" 'The first night, sir, In Uluwulla. I
was hissed, sir, hissed; the second
't night I was egged, sir. egged: but the
I j third night, sir '
"Here the tragedian slapped his ex
" 'the third night, sir, I played be-
hind a net.' "
How Injurious Coffee Really Wat.
Many persons go on drinking coffee
year after year without realizing that
It la the cause of many obscure but
The drug caffeine in coffee and
tea, 1b very like uric acid and Is often
the cause of rheumatic attacks which,
when coffee is used habitually, become
A Washington lady said, recently:
"I am sixty-five and have had u good
deal of experience with coffee. I con
sider It very injurious and the cause
of many diseases. I am sure it causes
decay of teeth in children.
H.. "When I drunk coffee 1 bad ulck
! sp.lls and still did not realize (hat
coffee could be so harmful, tilt ubout
a year ugo I bad rheumatism In my
arms und fingers, got so nervous I
could not sleep, and was all run down.
"At last, after finding thut medicines
did me no good, I decided to quli oof
foe entirely and try Postum
using U sis months I fully teooi
my health beyoud all expectations, can
sleep sound und tny rheumatism Is all
gone." "There's a Reason."
Name given by Postum Co., Hattle
Creek, Mich. Reud the famous little
book, "The Roud to Wellville." hi pkgs.
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Archibald Clave ring Canter
A Sequel to
Mr. Barnes of New York
Author of "Mr. Barn, of Naw York,"
"Mr. Poller of Taa,"
"That Frenchman." Etc.
i; ipy rlnhl. IMR. I hxi'l Mead A Co., N T.
Burton H. Harne. n wealthy Amnr'can
inuring Corsica, rescues the young Kng
llsh lleutenanl Rdward Qerard nstrutii
'i and hla Corsica n bride, Marina,
daughter of the Paolla, fri in the ra r
.I. roils vendetta, understanding that his
reward la to be tat hand nf the girl he
lores. Bntd Anstrather, slater of the Bn
Hsh Heat it The fair fly from AJu
rlo to Marselllei on board the French
learner Conatantlne The vendetta par
sues and as the quartet are tihniii to
hoard the train for London a Marseilles,
Marina I- handed n mysterloua note
which causes her to roflapee and neeeeal
fates a postponement of lie mrney.
Barnes ; ta pari of the mya'ertoua note
and receives letters which Inform li'm
thnt he is marked i. the vendetta '!.
emDtoys an American detective and plans
in beat the vendetta at their own game
Tor the purpon of securing the safety
of i he women Barnes arraavea to have
i say Chartrla leaae a secluded vllln nt
N'lee to which the party la fn ha I i' an
In a yacht. Barnes and Knid unite
arranaementa for (heir marriage The
net lightens ah.ait Ranres He re- i
cidves a note from T.n Belle Blackwood, i
the Anierlcnn adventureaa, Tlarnos hears
thnt Elijah I'm irv. his detective, has
beep murdered by the Corricans. Rs
learns thai II. e man supposed to he Por
ri'irlo. who followed ti"1 party on their I
way to the boat, was S-ir . -I. n nephew
of Die eount. and fiat Count Correylo
had been in Nlre for wire time prior to
the party's m-rlval. The eount warns
Barnes not to marry KnM unless nt
-hi h-e. a her oto Invnh--' n the mor-
di reus feud. Baract nd '-'!ii :ir- mir
r'. .1 Soon after the'r w,. '.rir? flames'
hllili' dlf ipnears. B'lrne-l d'senvers she
i.,M iv -n Kidnaped an' !' -i t-. Cnrstcs
The Bl in el- n II it ' 1 ood
Is n-ut to sart In P' r nl i f his hi-' ,"'s
paptorr when he h"-irs a scream fmm
the villa anil rustte - back to hear thnt
tnatruther's wife. Kar'na, 's also m'ss
Inir. it irnes is compelled to depart for
Corsica without rTHev. and so-he leaves
the search for Ifarlns to her I nabajid
.vlille he (toes lo hunt for Knlrt. lust be
fore Pafpes' boni lands on Corsica's
shore M'rlna is discovered hhhnic In n
rorner of the vessel. HI e erplalns her
fietlon hv saylnff she 1ms nmi" to help
Barnes I ue his wife front the Porsl-
cans. When Itarnes and Marina arrive
In Coralen he is ajlven a note wi-Hteii by
Bntd Informlme him that the lildnapInK
Is for the purpose of enirapo'ni? Itarnes.
so the vendetta may K-MI hlm flames
and Marina have unusual adventures In
their seareli for Knid. Thev eome In
s'icbt of her and la-r captors In the Cor
aleaa mountain wilds Just as nlht np
proaches. In seeklmr shelter from a
storm the couple enter n hermitage and
ihi're to their amaxement ttiey dlaeover
Tomasso, the foster father of Marina
who waa supposed to have bean killed hv
te lieiio, 's soldiers nnd for whose denth
Barnes had 1 a vendettned. Tomnsso
learns that Marina's hushnnd did not
kill her brother.
CHAPTER XIII. Continued.
Here, as they wurm themselves be
fore the fire, Tomasso remarks: "I
have little to offer you. dear mistress,
but some dried sheep's flesh."
"Pish! hunger Is nothing. You
are alive, dear old Tomasso," re
peats the girl, us be ugain
mumbles her hand. Still the
young lady's eyes seem happier
when Iturnes, opening his haversack,
throws out cans of preserved meats,
potted chicken and tinned biscuits;
also tea nnd coffee und tin cupH anil
plntes. Those l Inn followed by a box
of cigars, the American emits n snor
of Joy, and remarks: "Little Leboet
is a genius."
Immediately all together they go to
work to make a mountain supper
Soon after, as they eat, Barnes re
marks: "This Is u mighty curious co
Incidence. Do you know, old Tomasso,
that Sallcetl, the young politician
here, the one who Is to marry '(ur
tluughter, Ktheiiii. has sworn a ven
detta against me for putting the troops
on your track and getting you shot to
A vendetta atalilelfl Ml Well, It
was his duty, seelnn he liCWniarry my
daughter, had your soldiers killed me,"
returns the old Corsican, In his simple
A moment after, however, he chuck
les to himself: "Per Dlo, that was
what Hochiul and Romano wanted me
to do to-day 1 was to kill you."
"Those awful monsters," shudders
"What makes you think that, Mon
aldl?" asks Barnes, surprise upon his
"Well, mis Rochlnl, and his mate,
have been run out of Rotondo, the
farmers there having got tired of their
sheep disappearing too rapidly, and
have come over to this mountain. To
day these two approached me some
four hours ago and said: 'Brother
bandit out of a job, Join us. A raes
senger has been sent abend and we
me going down to help Halicett make
votes for himself by killing the Amet
leuuo down in the vule toward tin
'Hum! thou you did not accept," re
marks Humes, lighting his chair.
"1 am not quite buuiilt enough to
shoot a man 1 have never beurd of be
fore," unswers old Monldl proudly,
"so I said: 'No.' 'Ah, but he will have
gold with him,' cried Rochlnl. 'For
clguers always have gold,' said Itniiia
no, and the two went oil their way.
They are down the valley now."
"That is not all of It," says Barnes
enrneily. "Your loved mistress her
life Is in duuger, too."
"Not by (hose or any other men
wM'e I, Tomasso, am nllve," answers
tlui ,id man aa vastly.
"No, nut by Clprlano banella, Mus
so's brother, und the scar-eyed young
man, Musso's Bephew."
"t)h, yes; I know then both. They
they threnten her?'' The old Cor
slcnn gazes with love and reverence
upon the being he adores. "Threaten
her these people T" he exclaims vin
dictively. "Yes, because your stiletto killed
Musso. they say she plotted with you
for his murder, so as to save hei hus
band." remarks Barnes, puffing his
"What, when she shrieked to me
not to strike through the curtain. Ah,
but I have something to Bay to Mus
so's relatives. And my friend, Hullcetl,
whom I once voted for, who is to
murry my Ktherla If he Is with
them, I will have a word with Sallcetl,
and should he not prove pliable Ethe
ria must get another for husband.
fllrls should not marry corpses, and
Sallcetl will be dead " As If the mat
ter Is ended, old Monaldi Alls a bat
tered cherrywood pipe with the strong,
bitter, native tobacco of the Island,
lights It and goes to puffing content
edly. "Neither of the Danellas is In Cor
sica," remarks Barnes. "The danger
wlll come to your mistress when she
returns to her hush. mil on the French
milnhind. Hut Hullcetl has abducted
my wife and brought her here so that
I, following him. shall come to my
dealh In Boc.ognano."
"Pali, nothing will come to your wife
to-nlcht," says old Monuldl. "Olrls
picking wild strawberries were talk
tng thnt the day after to-morrow Un
people vnle. They hnve a meeting this
evening In Hocignano. I listened from
behind a rock and heard thorn."
Bui Humes Is not so easy about his
captmed bride; he steps out of tin
:.! ii und finds the wind has died
awuy. the mist bus elenred with the
rapidity usual bo mountain storms.
He steps In and says anxiously to
Marina: "The evening Is very clear.
Certainly I Am Refreshed, Another
Cup of Tea and I Will Go with You.
You know my anguish do you think
you have Btrength to venture down the
heights, assisted by Tomasso and me,
and enter your own village?"
"i ertainly, I am refreshed. Another
cup of tea and 1 will go with you,"
cries the girl so eagerly that Barnes
puts grateful eyes upon her. for he
knows It Is her spirit more than her
strength thut produces her assent to
They are making hurried preparn
tlons to leave the cabin. Barnes is
liendlng over the fire, brewing Ma
ring's' tea their guns, and even the
American's revolvers are lying In their
belt on the pile of boughs near the en
hance. Tomasso is saying: "Will 1
BOt astonish the men who swore a
vendetta against you for my death! 1
who am alive and and " when smi
th uly TomusBo stops. There Is a rat
tie in his throat that causes Haines to
look hurriedly up. Marina has retreat
ed to the corner of the cabin und Mon
aldl's eyes are full of horror.
Just across the fire from him stand
two dark mountaineers. Rough, un
dressed sheepskins cover their brawny
shoulders; long guns are In their
hands and stilettos In their belts. One
Is a big, powerful looking ruffian; the
other slighter, but his brown limbs
lithe and sinewy. The eyes of both
are shining malevolently in the blaze.
"Corp dl dlavolo, this Is a rare catch
you have made, hermit bandit, whose
name we do not know," chuckles the
bigger of the two men; "this Ameri
cano whose pockets Sallcetl declared
were lined with gold, he whom we
waited for and missed In the vale be
low." "Ah, you are Rochlnl and Romano, 1
believe from your speech, gentlemen,"
says Barnes quietly.
"Aye, that we are. And who is this
woman of the beautiful eyes? Hand
thy captives over to us, hermit bandit.
Divide your spoils with us and we will
save you the trouble of cutting the
man's throat," jeers the slighter mis
"As for the womuu, the fire tells me
she Is very lovely both as lo limbs and
face, and I have a better use for her,"
;uffaws the bigger man
And never was Murlna more beauti
ful. She confronts the rutTUns with
undaunted mien ami suys command
Ingly: "Fellows, dare to lay yout
humls on me and the whole of BoOOg
lano will hunt ynu down. Tho Wella
cusela will destroy you. I am Mai Ilia
"Oh, she Is merry with us, this girl
who runs alter foreign gentlemen.
Now we will show her Ihut t'orslcun
kisses are as tjood as those of this
Brutally they drnw near to her. An
the c,iil draws buck ftoni the conlam
Inuting clasp of the monsters, Tomas
so, with a sbmikc try, snd uplifted
stiletto, stands between
In a set oml the old man will be dead
under their knives and the brave girl
their prey. Marina's imdannied eyes,
turning In appeal to the Anierlcnn. sec
with astonishment that he makes no
move to aid hei. but Is abjectly squirm
Ing toward the cabin door Sudd"iil
she utters a ga:ip of despair and a sigh
of contempt; this great pistol shot h
running timidly awuy. (lying out of the
cabin, though us he passes the pile of
houghs he seizes the belt holding his
"He hus the gold' After him!" cries
"Weil knife him In a minute!" yells
Romano, and the two, cocking theli
guns, fly after the daslnrd American.
But as they reach the door, the mo
ment their athletic forms are outlined
by the blaze of the fire, two quick,
sharp pistol reports come from the
outside, and Rochlnl and Romano,
without even a cry, fall to the earth.
Inert and dead.
The smoke of Barnes' revolvers Is
sues from them ns he quietly re-enters
and says apologetically: "I knew I
wouldn't have time to grab my guns
and shoot before they'd knife me, so I
Imitated the trick of Jerry, the Den
ver barkeeper, and ran away till I
could get my weapons ready."
A -moment later he says: 'Tome!"
and taking Marina carefully In his
arms, whispers: "Turn your face from
them," and steps over the dead men
lying In the entrance of the cabin.
Behind him, Tomasso, following, car
rying the American's rifle, Is saying:
"Oh, you will be worshiped In this
commune for this. So many poor men
have been butchered, so many poor
women have been carried away to the
mountains by these dead devils."
But the reports have drawn others
to the spot. As Burnes steps over the
dead men lying In the entrance of the
cabin, he suddenly says: "By heaven,
here are more of them!"puts Marina
down and would draw his revolvers
were he not seized by three athletic
young fellows who rise silently from
Ihe shadows about them.
A clear, commanding voice remarks:
"No more of Rochlnl und his fellows.
You have saved us the trouble of their
killing. We are the Bcllacoscla. Your
plstolB. stranger, have relieved us of
.h" execution of these ruffians we were
pursuing, who have brought discredit
on the honoied name of bandit."
And TomasBo is crying. "Antonio
Itonelll," to a man of noble hearing,
who, carbine In hand, comes Into the
cabin followed by eight stalwart young
men, all urmed as he 1b.
But the young men feur tho super
nal urul und stand back, their eyes
Kh-umlng, and one shudders: " "lis
the ghost of old Monuldl, killed by De
Belloc's troopers two weeks ago." For
a moment they would retreat, but their
leader laughs at them: " 'TIs flesh
und blood thut Is kissing my hand."
And old Tomasso suys: "You know
how well the troopers shoot. Do you
think they'd hit a man at 200 yards
hiding behind a rock in the gloom of
But the flashing-eyed man orders:
"Stand back, while I question this
stranger who has done Bocognano a
Marina has risen, murmuring: "An
"Oran Dlo! Mademoiselle I'aoli, "
says the man, and gallantly sinks upon
his knee and kisses devotedly the fair
hand the girl extends to him. After
a moment he continues most emphntl
cully: "It was with sorrow that Cor
icu bcurd thut you hud forgotten the
oath of the vendetta In the arms of
the Kngllsh officer who killed your
(TO BE CONTINIIKD.)
CHANGE IN SCHOOL METHODS.
Consolidated Templet of Learning It
Now the Order.
"The old country school house of not
so long ago will soon be a relic of the
past," said James Tlghe of Altoona,
Pa., according to the Washington Host.
"Although one traveling through tho
country sees many of these old fash
ioned structures, he does not realize
that they are rapidly being deserted
and that a consolidated schoolhouse
will be met with farther up the road.
These new buildings are graded, and
many have several high school
courses, so that one teacher now
teaches only one class, whereaB In
the old days the pedagogue taught
everything from the alphabet to Latin.
Of course, the consolidated Bchool
bouse is not so convenient to all the
children, as they have to go a greater
distance, but all of them ride to school
nowadays. The consolidated school
Is much cheaper to the community,
and what the farmer saves in taxes he
puts In sleighs and wagons, so that
his children may ride. Pupils can
also remain at their home school
much longer than they formerly
could, and this also is a great saving.
We may expect great results from
this change, for the farmers with theli
poor schools have turned out Borne
wonderful men, and they should do
even better under the new conditions.
Quinine In Sunflower.
An eminent Spanish scientist has
mado the recent discovery that the
sunflower yields a splendid febrlfugt
thut can be used as a substitute for
quinine. More than ten ycurs ago Mon
eorvo reported to the Therapeutical
Society of Purls with relation to the
same subject. Accordingly the sunflow
er should not only by its growing ex
ert great fever-dispelling effect, but
also yield a produt t which U used ad
vautageuusly in all fevers.
William Garrett was killed nt
Hot Springs. Ore. by Harry Knplls'.i
In a fight '! a dog. Kngllsh for
merly resided In Albany, Ore. He was
em'.lnyed ns a tenmsler
Vire of unknowu origin destroyed
five buildings In the business section
'.f (Jranada. Colo., causing a loss of
t4u,nnno The lown tins no lire gppaW
atus, and for a time the cnllre city
Two men held up ' Dick s" saloon In
Carson (in. Nevada. The two men
cniered the saloon, one remaining at
the front door, wlhie the other robbed
the three men In the saloon The rob
bers secured about 1700
At a meeting of the Montana de
murrage bureau held In Butte, March
10, Robert Bogle whs reelected dl
nclor of the I mean The session of
the railroad men was devoted prtnei
pally to the discussion of routine rail
The Nevnda assembly has passed
a bill making It u felony for dlrectois
or any officer of a bunking company
to receive a deposll when a bank Is
Insolvent, i he measure was pnssed
to remedy the defect In the Nevml i
Prominent sheepmen from several
parts of Wyoming arrived at Obey
enne, March 11, to protest before the
hlate board of equalization amalns;
ihe asses -led valuation of sheep,
which they claim Is much h.glier ttinn
the present market price.
The lower house of Ihe Nevudn leg
Mature has passed u bill providing
lor u graduated license for prize fight
Ing A state license costing 1,000
will be required for an unlimited
round affair; 1500 Tor twenty llvi
rounds, and $2C0 for twenty rounds.
About 3,000,000 acres of lund In the
counties along Ihe eastern border of
Wyoming are to be thrown open a'
(iMf to homesteaders, who will b
allowed to take either 160 or ::t
acres The land cannot be Irrigated
und will be for use for dry funninc
.lesns Ramrez. a Mexican tramp,
while endeavoring to bourd u lasi
freight train at Boewawe. Nev.
caught his foot In a frog of the trncl
and was polled under the wheels,
both legs being severed from hi-i
body at the thighs, deul'i result in-, .u
Enormous losses of sheep union g
the flocks of the Red Desert dlstricl
of Wyoming are reported as u result
of the deep snow und the Inability of
the Bheep to get to feed. In some
bunds, n is said, the loss will amount
to .r. I per cent nnd one fiockmustcr 1..
reported to have lost 5.0000 head in
the last month
Despondent over continued ill
health, without funds, and prcferrini;
it horrible dealh under the wheels of
a locomotive to Ihe county poi r
house, Palmer Paulson, a Norwegian
rancher living at Klk Hark, dellbt r
ately laid down with his head on ihe
rail In front of a Northern Had He
passenger train at Butte and was
Captain J. A. Mitchell of company
I of the Montana national guard lo
cated at Olendlve, has tendered his
resignation to Governor Norrls and
the court-martial at Helena, which
was about to take testimony In con
nection with charges of infractions of
the military rules and disobedience o'
orderB, It Is understood, has been ills
Kdward Smith, city marshal of
Moorcroft, Wyo., shot and Instantly
killed Herman Holconib, a bartender,
whom he found In company with Mrs.
Smith at the postofflce at Qillette.
Smith, It Is said, lias Btispccted Im
proper relations between his wlfn
und Holcomb, and cume lo Gillette to
An explosion of a barrel of pulnt
need for covering smokestacks came,
dangerously near causing the ilea. .
of Dallls Meyers and II I. Johnson,
rfnployeg of Ihe Southern Paclflo
shoj s, ut Cttriln, Nevudn The barrel
of i flint had been placed on a siovo
(o (haw, when It exploded, ooverlng
ihe men with the hoi fluid.
The four Italians who held up nnd
robbed Theodore Nedehfl of $31, near
Hlrtheye. Mont., February 24, and
who were uflerward urresled In Untie,
pleaded guilty In the district court
and were sentenced by Judge Clem
ents each to one year In the stale
Senntor Hut rick Daly of Deer Lodge
county, died suddently on March 8
at his home In Anaconda, Montana,
of heart trouble. He was a brother of
Marcus Daly, the Montanu million
aire, and widely known in Montanu,
i i uii and Nevada. He leaves a mod
Joshua Klein is on trial at Tacoma,
charged with enticing by hla
strange teachings two Tacoma girls,
Miss Sauvegeol and Miss Karasek, to
Ills chalet in Switzerland and holding
them prisoners with a number of
other women who had become devo
tees of his cult.
James II Holt, found guilty last
December of the murder of Henry K.
Johnson at. the Fort Worden military
reaervatlon, near Port Townsend,
Wash., whose body had been placed
In a furnace, has been sentenced to
life Imprisonment. A motion for ap
peal will be filed
Twenty-seven members of the In
dustrial oW'rkeis of the World each
of whom broke police rules by mak
ing speeches on tho streets of Spo
Kane were given limit sentences of
$liili and costs and thirty dayB on the
rock pile !'lve of the twenty-seven
inn speuk English.
An unmasked man entered the sec
tion house ut Biirnliam, Mont , on tho
,teat Nori hern rullroud, Inhabited by
six Japanese. He ordered those who
I ad gone to bed to get up and trggf
und ul the point, of u gun he mudo
them deliver nil ihe cash In the party,
He si i'ntl about $100.
INHERITED KIDNEY TROUBLE.
Could Feel It Constantly Gaining
Ground at Time Patted.
Mrs. Frank Roiel.oom. r,12 ft, Wiish- '
Ington St . Moscow. tdaBO, says: "Khl- i
tney trouble was he- Z
redltary, nnd my
parents spent hun
dreds of dollars try
ing to cure me. I
was nervous, my
eyesight had failed
noticeably, my cir
culation was bad.
Bleep fitful, heart jM
action Irregular, and my back so weak dfe
and painful I could hardly stnnd It. m
There was also an Irregularity of Ihe k
kidney secretions nnd a cold always A
made the whole trouble worse. I could M
tell many other symptoms, too, but
shall only add that Doan's Kidney j
Pills made me free of all of them." 1
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. 3
Foster-Mllhurn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
It's not dJflcUll to Judge rome men
by their clo bee- policemen and le'.ter ,;
carriers, for example.. J
only mra "buoho QPfrmrp.- i
Thai l I.AXAI'IVK llllllMo lit l.P.!-: I,.n,k fol -j
the suf.'Hii. uf H. W. t.hfVi I ..I let WollJ X
o.-r lo t uru a tula In i.'i.n buv ata.
The airship habit will tak" an auto- r?
mobile Income. yl
tor I I
HOF THE f I
LUNGS, $ u
KIDNEYS r 1
Filial ANDraHS- I
Pt I I
Canton Plows I
The Success Sulky Plow I
Y.iu ran ""! two mlttakaa In hnvlnir I
Rhllng riuvm. One Is to buy all Inferior
plow bemuse It la olTernl aheap, ami the I
other is to 1'ii.va hluii prleea rUtafl pi...- I
when tin! success, i madias pi-a ,-,t I
plow, will do batter work. I
Successful Plowing I
t'un alwuya be arroffiplUhed, miller all clr- I
uuniHiuueeH, with the Bucceee Plow I
it la afraauleaa plow that in last a life- I
time It lias the bast hitch, Hie b.it land- I
an&iV b" ro,,in cu,ur' " '" !
MM bottomi ever put on KldlnK Plow I
It has only two levers, but they lve Die '
MM ramre of adjustment.. .. plows with I
three or four lever.. It U heiivler-l,s I
more material - but fewer part, and U i
lesseompllealed, limn others J
finished with wide .hare, for Alfalfa I I
Plowlnu, when ordered T SJ
durable" Uy B '" ,,rn' '""" nd
That's why we call It the "Bucceee "
Ask the farmer who owns one ha knowi.
67 Yean of "Knowing How" Ham
mered Into Every One of Them.
l.tMoVr ?, U,,UV 'I'uMratad Pamph
free. " will be mailed
PARLIN & ORENDORFF CO.
null Inipirtiiriii vaalateOa,. Salt lake re. ii.i.
Sa.k. Ii .'''""'l'"""!!'!' 1(1. 1.ll. I.I I ii,
eaaaa Hirer finiilenienl I ,. ftllr ley, hlilVr.
TOWERS FISH BRAND I
OILED vw ij-i
will give you full value ryNA
for every dollar spent nfer rii
and keep you dry in IrWT' " n
the wettest weather. Jy'u u
SUITS 322 iSor'
POMMEL SUCKERS! JT
3 g r?Wi7qr
SUB VHVWHM kf J 1
ATMOt niu 'wIv"Os'
AJ.TOWER CO. BOSTON. US.AW
Towm Canadian Co.uMiTto toohto,cah