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W i jT ' 'lerl1d to try
,y.,. nan'B Kidney Pili
and the kidney action Improved right
away. Itrge quantities of sediment
nnd stony particles passed from me
ind finally the stone Itself, part dis
solved, but still as big as a pea With
It disappeared all symptoms of dlrzl
ness, rheumatism and headaches I
have gained about 50 pounds since and
feel well and hearty."
Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y
Wirey- -! gee by "this paper that a
man In America sold his wife for a
Hubby-Well, If she was a good
one she was worth It.
Eczema for a Year Got No Relief
Even at Skin Hospital In Despair
Until Cutlcura Cured Him.
"I was troubled with a severe Itch
ing and dry, scrurj skin on my ankle,
feet, arms and scalp. Scratching made
It worse. Thousands of small red pirn
pics formed and these earned Intense
Itching. I wns advised to go to the
hospital for diseases of the skin. I did
so, the chief surgeon suylng: "I never
saw such a bad case of eczema." But I
got little or no relief. Then I tried many
So-called remedies, but I became so
bad that I almost gave up in despair.
After suffering agonies for twelve
months, I was relieved of the almost
unbearable itching after two or three
applications of Cutlcura Ointment. I
continued Its use, combined with Cuti
cura Soap and Pills, and I was com
pletely cured. Henry Searle, Little
A Rock, Ark., Oct. 8 and 10, 1907."
M Potter Dm A Ctanu. Corp., Solo Props., Boston.
A Friendly Pointer.
"What," asked Arizona Al, when the
new editor had taken charge of The
Daily Rattlesnake, "Is goin' to be your
"My policy, my friend, is going to
be to tell the truth according to my
lights, and let the chips fall where
"Stranger, thafs a good policy, but
be sure before you go to press that
you've got your lights adjusted to suit
all parties. This is a bad place for
people that gits the wrong focus."
Poet Isn't it a shame the way
those vandals are blasting away the
Iinsliiess Friend I should say so.
Why, that was the finest place In the
world to paint patent medicine ads!
To Lydia E. Pinkham's
Rockland, Maine." I was troubled
for a long time with pains in my back
and side, and was miserable in every
I". "'"TW:l'-Jt"!L I way. I doctored
ufl I couraged, and
X thought I should
V ts -L never
Ti -jZliwmn Tvad a testimonial
t Lbt about Lydia E.
3p f Pinkham's Vcgeta-
r- i i ble Compound, and
r I I ' wns pared, and
I KSsgSEiiiSlasBBint'Vi-r felt so well
in all my life. 1 recommend Lydla K.
I Pinkham's Vegetable ('utiijiouiidtoall
I my friends." Mrs. AViu. Yot'Nu, 0
I Columbia Avenue, Rockland. Me.
I Backache Is a symptom of iVmale
I weakness or derangement If you
I have backache, don't neglect it To
I got permanent relief you must reach
the root of the trouble. Nothing we
I knowof will do this bo safely and surely
1 as Lydla K. llukhum's Vegetable Coin-
I pound. Cure the cause of thusu dis
tressing aches and pains and you will
become well and sl.oug.
The groat volume of unsolicited
I testimony constantly pouringin proves
I conclusively that Lydia E, I'lnkham's
I Vegetable Compound, made from roots
and herbs, has restored health to thou
sands of women.
, Mrs. IMnklmiii, of Lynn, Mush.,
Invitvs all Hick woiium to write
er for advloe. Bkc lias jruided
thousand to liealtli tree ol
Cleyennc was tlooded by a cloud
burst of extraordinary violence mi
FuM 7. many sidewalks boln do
sl i-oy od and other minor damages be
Samuel I). 8tewart. one of the trail
tiln.ers of the west, died at his home
In Butte on June 7. He was born In
Illinois In 1836, and came to Mon
tana in 18GG.
While engaged In a swimming race
at Por'land in the Willamette river,
Charles K. Vaughn. 18 years old. was
seized with cramps and drowned in
full view of his two cominnlons
A Union Pacific fretgnt tram v. as
caught by a land slide near Wwlcott,
Wyo , the slide striking the cars be
hind the engine. No one was hurt,
but the trainmen had a narrow es
cape from death.
A. K. Klllott. a well-known resi
dent of MIleB City, Mont., was drown
ed in a slough north of that city
while on a fishing trip. It Is sup
losed he attempted to cross the
slough In an old boat.
D. W. ("onnole, a pioneer of Iowa
and Montana, a heavy property hold
er In Butte, and president of a na
tional bank at Anthon. Iowa, suffered
a stroke of apoplexy In Butte last
week that proved fatal.
Frank A. Lucy, a prominent mining
fnglneer, who was recently appointed
superintendent of the Florence Gold
field company at (Joldtleld. Nevada,
fell down a shaft last week and was
distantly killed. He leaves a widow.
Chris Olson, former cashier or the
defunct First Scandinavian bank ol
Everett. Wash., was acquitted last
week because the prosecution railed
to show that he had accepted money
from depositors with the Intent to
A dispatch from Op unto, Ore., an
nounces that there is every pros
pect that the Ontarlo-Kmmett rail
road, planned four years ago but
abandoned al the time or the financial
panic, will be built within the com
Two mounted and masked men
blew open a safe in a saloon in Butte,
Mont., at 2 o'clock In the morn -
seized $000 in cash and escaped with
out leaving any clew to their identity,
although they were Been by a uutu
ber of people.
For the first time in the history of
the new town, Mtdvale, Nevada, will
celebrate the Fourth of July this
iar. the committee planning a cele
bration which is expected to draw a
crowd lo Midvale from every town
in the count).
While trying to board a moving train
at Willis Station. 28 miles east of
Missoula, Mont.. rid ward Saul, a North
ern Pacific workman, felt under the
1 1 neks and was so badly injured that
he died while being rushed to the
hospital at Missoula.
Construction work begun June 1 on
an independent telephone line from
Spokane to Seattle, which is being
built by the Local and Iug DlBtanre
Telephone company, a new corpoa
Hon, of which F. I Woods of Ooeur
d'Alene, Ida., is president.
John Williams has been placed in
Jail at Armsted, Mont., and a fellow
wotrkman is hovering .between life
and death, as the result of a fight
between the two men at a railway
construction camp, Williams practi
cally disemboweling his opponent.
Secretary Ballinger has withdrawn
temporarily from entry as a DOWR'
Bite four hundred acres of land on
Gray Bull river, Wyoming, in aid of
proposed legislation. This withdraw
al Is iu accordance with the policy
which Secretary Ballinger has adopt
ed of withdrawing for power stte purposes.
Twenty-year-old Richard Hocking
1 1. 1.. been sentenced to Berve eighteen
months In the federal prison at Leav
enworth, Kans.. and pay a fine of
11.872 ror embezzling money while
employed In the money order depart
ment of the ist office at Butte. Horse
raring was the cause of the youth's
Puck horses are being used to
curry supplies from Missoula. Mont.,
to the Harrlman surveyors who are
working from Lewlston, Idaho,
through the Bitter Root and Clearwa
ter country, locating lines for the
proposed extension of the Oregon
Uuilway & Navigation company to
Members of the Modoc and Kla
math Indian tribes have filed a com
plaint with the secretary of the inter
ior against H G. Wilson, lndiun
agent on the Klamath reservation, in
Oregon, alleging neglect in the edu
cation of their children and naming
other alleged offonses for which they
ask his removal.
Max Morris, fourth vice-president
of the American Federation of Labor
and known throughout the ranks of
union labor as one of Its most suc
cessful organizers, died in a Denver
hospital lest week from yellow Jaun
dice. Morris was a member of the
lower house of the Colorado login.
lure ror three terms.
The body of a man who has been
dead tor months and who is supposed
to liae been Dan Organ, a mining
iisin wbfl disappeared u year and a
hair aeo luih been found near a
prospect hole near Anaconda. Mont.
It Is presumed death was due to iih
tural cause ::
it is estimated thai between 1,066V
lino ami l,S50,tA0 fruit trees are barifajj
set out iu the Viikiinn valley, Wash
iiiKion. this spring. Last year, accord
hu "' conservative estimates, 1,100,
(hio trees were wet out. Thn,t was He
first time the million mark had been
reached In tulo valley.
Fire destroyed the business propnr
tlon of the village of Nome. N. I),
causing a loss of 7f.000.
Cholera has again broken out In
St. Petersburg, there being as many
as sixteen cases a day reported
During the month of May there
were 57 caflcs of bubonic plague, with
27 deaths ut Guayquil. Kciuulor.
The strike of the Oeorg'a firemen
for seniority of white men over ne
groes, has passed to the arbitration
Four women were drowned when
an automobile ran into the nvr at
Knights landing. Cal. The chauf
Walls of many buildings wr
cracked and much other damage was
done as the result of an earthquake
at Coplapo. Chile.
The people of Santa Fe, N. M.. hard
decided to allow the saloons to con
tinue business, the vote, however, be
ing a very close one.
The wage scale of the Pennsylvania
Steel company, cut 10 per cent on
April 1, is to be restored on July 1.
About 7,0(1(1 men are affected.
William F. Downs, a $900 a year
clerk In the register's office at Bal
timore, Is to be placed on trial on the
charge of having embezzled $67,000.
The governor of Missouri has . .
ed the bill prohibiting the smoking
of cigarettes In public places by DSf
sons between the ages of 10 and 1
The report comes from Herltn that
the Turkish authorities lust week
executed twelve of the ringleaders.
Including six Armenians, concerned
in tho Adana massacres.
Post office Inspectors from C ncln
nati believe they have discovered
the headquarters of the "Ball "
Hand" society In Marlon. Ohio, wheie
three men have been arrested.
The strike which has closed twen
ty two hat factories in Danbury, New
Mllford and Bethel, Conn., for the last
five months has been practically end
ed, both sides making concessions.
Mistaken train orders resulted In a
bad smashup on the Great Northern,
five miles out of Vancouver, B. C.
Engineer McCade was killed and a
number of passengers were badly in
jured. The head of one of the auditing de
partments of the Union Pacific at
Omaha has Issued orders that none
of the men may chew tobacco while
on duty, and has removed all the cus
pidors from his offices.
I.a.arus Silverman, a pioneer bank
er and financier of Chicago, who If
credited with originating the plan for
the resumption of specie payments Ir
1873, known as the Sherman bill, died
in Chicago, June 9, aged 79 years.
Secret service men have been en
gaged by the federal authorities tc
prevent the Importation and sale
lottery tickets In Porto Rico rron i
Santo Domingo. The tickets are being
seized and confiscated by the autiion '
Fred Mobelle, on trial at St. MMfel
for the murder of Constable San'
Young, was assassinated in the corl
dor of the Four Courts by William
Kane, an ex-deputy constable and a
friend of Young, while Mohelle was
being taken Into court for trial. Kane
Is under arrest.
Mrs. Elect K Beard, convicted oi
misappropriating about $2,000 ol '
the funds of the children's Hospital
association, of Denver, while she wan
acting as treasurer of that Instltu- '
tlon. has been sentenced to from eigh
teen months to three years in the ;
The town of Korinchl, 185 miles to
he southeast of Padang, Sumatra,
was destroyed by an eartrquake on
the night of June 3-4. Two hundred
people were killed and many others
injured. The shock was accompan
ied by a tidal wave which swept
away the native huts.
Mrs. Elizabeth Sharp, a prominent
society woman of Salem. O., killed i
her 12-year old son and then ended
her own life. Grief over the Incur
able nature of her son's malady, whe
had been mentally deficient from
birth, is supposed to have caused the
woman to lose her reason.
The American-Hawaiian Steamship
tompaay has contracted with the
Pennsylvania Steel comoany for the
construction of three steamships of
9,000 tons each, at a coat of $1,700,000.
These vessels will form an addition
to the fleet maintained by the com- ,
pany on the Pacific ocean.
M. Guchkoff, loader of the October
1st party in the Ksslan duma. has In
stltuted proceedings for criminal li
bel against Dr. Dubrovln, editor of
the organ of the Union of Russian
People, which printed an article al
leging that noMg had been used In
passing the old-believers' law.
Andrew Carnegie has founded 1,800
libraries, representing donations ag
gregating $51,69G.r93, according to
his own statement. The major por
tion of these libraries are located In
America. England being second In
the number installed, while Canada
has been liberally remembered.
While retiming home from a picnic
near Untontown, Pa., in company
with Mrs. Fannie Rogers, Charles
Fromau was shot from ambush and
killed. Mrs. Rogers has been arrest
ed as an accessory and ihu authorltlet
are searching for a man with wgwin
Froman quarreled at tho plonic.
Leon H. Brady, civil engineer, was
acquitted at Kansas City of the
charge of killing Joseph Flanagan in
an apartment house last March Ih.
plqa was self defense and the on
written law Brady charged his
wife hud beep the recipient of un
welcome attention from Flanagan.
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"FAITH" ALL THAT WAS LEFT
Symbola of "Hope" and "Charity" Had
Got Away from Unfortunate Sun
day School Scholar.
A young Philadelphia Sunday Kchool
Wctier tolls this story of the result
of an attempted application ot the
principles of economics:
For Borne time she hud endeavored
to Impress upon the minds of one of
her charges the names of the three
qualities faith, hope, and charity. One
Sunday she DNSSBtad the pupil of the
poor memory with three new shining
coins, a penny, u five-cent piece, and
"The penny," she said, "represent!)
faith, the five-cent piece hope, and the
dime charity. Keep these coIiib and
every time you look at them think of
what they Htand for."
The Sunday following the teacher
reviewed the lenson of the week be
fore, and called upon the holder of the
colnH to produce them nnd give their
names In proper sequence. The
youngBter shuffled from one leg to the
other, stammered, blushed and seemed
altogether overcome with mortifica
tion. Finally he burnt out with:
"Please, Miss Fanny, I ain't got
nuthln' left but faith. Baby swal
lered hope, und mamma took charity
and bought ten cents' worth of meat
ter make hamburg steak out uv."
Sees Final Victory Over Tuberculosis.
I)r. William Osier says: "Whether
tuberculosis will be finally eradicated
is an open question, it is a foe that
la very deeply Intrenched In the hu
man race. Very hard it will be to
eradicate completely, but when we
think of what has been done In one
generation, how the mortality in
many places has been reduced more
than &0 per cent. Indeed, in some
places 100 per cent It is a battle of
hope, and so long as we are fighting
with hope, the victory is in sight"
Coffee's Weight on Old Age.
When prominent men realize the in
jurious effects of coffee and the change
in health that 1'ostum can bring, they
are glad to lend their testimony for
the benefit of others.
A superintendent of public schools
In one of the southern states says:
"My mother, since her early child
hood, was on Inveterate coffee drinker,
had been troubled with her heart for a
number of yeurs and complained of
that 'weak all over' feeling and sick
"Some time ago I was making an offi
cial visit to a distant part of the coun
try and took dinner with one of the
merchants of the place. I noticed a
somewhat peculiar flavour of the cof
fee, and asked him concerning it. He
replied that It wus Postum.
"I was so pleased with it, that after
the meal was over, I bought a packnge
to carry home with me, and had wife
prepare some for the next meal. The
whole family were so well pleased
with it, that wo discontinued coffee
and used Postum entirely.
"I had really been at times very
anxious concerning my mother's con
dition, but we noticed that after using
Postum for a short time, she felt so
much better than she did prior to Its
use, and had little trouble with her
heart and no Blck stomach; that the
headaches were not so frequent, and
her general condition much improved.
This continued until she was as well
and hearty as the rest of us.
'I know Postum has benefited my
self and tho other members of the
family, but not In so marked a de
gree as in the case of my mother, as
she was a victim of long standing."
Read, "The Road to Wellville," in
pkgs. "There's u Reason."
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SEEMED APPROPRIATE TO HER
Wife of Sick Man Thought She Had
Reason for Appealing to Loco
One day last winter a feeble Irish
woman called upon us for aid. The
case sounded urgent, so I went with
her at once. Kverythlng was Just as
she had stated. Her husband was
very 111. she was too old and feeble
to work, their children were dead,
there was no flrn and their only food
was bread which their neighbors, al
most as poor as they, had given them.
I asked her why she had not come to
us before and she replied that she
had appealed to the church and to
several Individuals without success.
"Thin." she went on, "Ol wlnt to th'
big place 'round the utrate." The only
"big place" near was a plant for the
manufacture of Bteam engines, and I
"Hut what made you go to the loco
motive works?" I asked.
"Well, ma'am, shure an' ain't me
old man got locomotive taxes?" New
Tired Tom (sadly) Ah, that patch
tells me that my old pal, Plodding
Pete has been this way. Poor old
A Rare Qood Thing.
"Am using AL.l.KN'8 K00T-KA8E, and
i'i truly lay I would not have been with
out It ao long. Imci I known the relief It
would give my uchlns ftt. I think It a
rare good thing for anyone having aore
or tired feet. Mrs. Mutllda Hnliwi-rt
1'rovldence. R. I." Bold by all Druggtata,
JSc. Aak to-day.
K nicker- What reform Is most
Bocker Politics should be taken
out of politics.
Try Murine i-:,e Hrmrltr
Far lt'l, Wiiik, Wiury, Watery lOyis
Compounded ly Experienced Phyalclatia!
Conforms to ilie I'ure Food and D.ukh
Ijiw. Murine Doesn't Smart. 8ootl.es Kye
Pain. Try Murine for Your Kyes
All pleasure muBt be bought at the
price of pain For the true the price
is paid before you enjoy it; for the
false after you enjoy it Foster.
A cilil on the lanN doesn't usually
amount to miuli. but it invariably pre
cedes pneumonia and consumption, Hum
lins Vvrxard Oil applied to t lie chest at
once will break up a cold in a night.
The man who lives only for himself
couldn't be In any smaller business.
Mrs. Wlnsluw's Soothing Nyruu.
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