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, DESERVED IT.
RrrIub Piny In' poker hands laa'
night l accidentally threw five aces.
i Sambo What did de oddera do?
Jfl Kastus Threw me outer de win
EPIDEMIC OF ITCH IN WELSH
"In Dowlals. South Wales, about flf
teen years ago, families were Htrick
en wholesale by a disease known as
the itch. Believe me. It Is the most
terrible disease of its kind that I
know of, as it itches all through your
body and makes your life an inferno
Sleep Is out of the question and you
feel as If a million mosquitoes were
attacking you at the same time. 1
knew a dozen families that were sc
"The doctors did their best, but
their remedies were of no avail what
ever. Xhen the families tried a drug
gist who whs noted far and wide foi
his remarkable cures. People came
to him from all parts of the country
for treatment, but his medicine made
matters still worse, as a last resorl
they were advised by a friend to use
the Cutlcura Remedies. I am glad tc
tell you that after a few days' treat
ment with Cutlcura Soap, Ointment
and .Resolvent, the effect was wonder
ful and the result was a perfect cure
In all cases.
"I may add that my three brothers
three sisters, myself and all our fam
ilies have been uters of the Cutlcura
Remedies for fifteen years. Thomas
Hugh. 1650 West Huron St., Chicago,
111.. June 29, 1909."
LIVES SAVED AT SMALL COST
Figures Showing Expenditures For
the Maintenance of Tubercu
In a comparative study of the cost
of maintenance In thirty tuberculosis
sanatorium) the National Association
for the St.tdy and Prevention of Tu
& berculosis found that the food cost In
F most of the institutions represented
one-third of the annual expenditures.
The average dally food cost per pa
tient was $0,544. The expenditures for
salaries and wages represented nearly
another third, being $0,481 per day per
patient out of a total of $1,609. The
fuel, oil and light cost was $0,200 per
capita per diem, or about one-eighth
of the total cost. The dally cost in
the several Institutions ranged all the
wav from $0,946 per patient to $2,555.
In the far west and southwest, as In
Colorado and New Mexico and Cali
fornia, the cost was higher than In the
east, in New York and New Kngland,
being $2,025 per patient as against
$1,748. The total expenditures of the
thirty Institutions were $1,363,953.28
while the total receipts from all
sources were $1,648,525.74. More than
70 per cent, of the receipts were re
celved from public funds and private
benefactions, only 28.8 per cent, being
from patients. Stated In another way
only 35 per cent, of the total expendl
tures were received from patients, the
remainder being made up from other
There's vitality, snap and "go"
In a breakfast of
Because nature stores up
In wheat and barley
The Potassium Phosphate
In such form as to
Nourish brain and nerves.
The food expert who originated
Retained this valuable
Element in the food.
"There's a Reason"
Read the famous little book,
"The Road to Wellville,"
Pound in Packages.
rotrruM khkal company, Limited,
HMI i rk, Michigan.
JftP STEAMER SINKS
ONLY FORTY PASSENGERS OUT
OF A TOTAL OF 246 REACHED
8HORE IN SAFETY.
Japanese Vessel Struck During Fo(
and Passengers Took to the Life
Boats, But Captain and Major, ty
of Crew We.-e Unable to
Toklo. The Tetsurel Maru, plylns
between Kobe and Daiten sank Sun
day night off Chindo. Korea. The
steamer had 246 passengers aboard,
of whom forty were saved. Theothert
are missing. Warships have been
sent to the rescue. Direct reports
'rom Chindo state that two of the Tet
surei's lifeboats landed lorty passen
jers, who tell of harrowing scenes
when the befogged vessel struck. Six
ileboHts were launched and tilled with
iMssenirers There was no nanic and
verything was carried off in the
most orderly manner.
Try? captain and a majority of tnt
crew were unable to leave the
Heamer. Six first class passengers
were saved, including V. Cunning
ham. the British vice consul at Osa
ku. as well as thirteen second-clast
One hundred and Ave third clasf
passengers and fifty-nine soldier;
were taken off in boats, and there is
reason to believe that these boats
"ither reached land or were picked
up by the warships.
Supposed Blood Stains Are False.
Chicago. Stains in the cement
sidewalks near the home of Ira Q.
Rawn, the railroad president who waf
found shot to death in his summer
residence, has been declared by chem
ists to be caused by some coloring
matter in a watery solution, and not
blood stains of the supposed mur
derer. as believed by the slain man't
relatives and friendB. This dlscover
weakens the theory of murder held b
the relatives of Rawn. Ira W. Rawn
a nephew of the deceased, has of
fered a reward of $5,000 for the ar
rest and conviction of the party ot
parties who, relatives believe, killed
Mr. Rawn The police idea that Mr
Rawn committed suicide seems to b
gaining ground rapidly.
Organized Labor Wins Fight.
St. i.i,iii Formal announcement
has been made by J. T. Templeton
secretary of the Huck Stove & Range
company, of the end of the fight wltl
organized labor. The employes ol
the plant are to be organized. Thit
contest has been going on for a num
ber of years and is a great union vie
tory. The announcement says In part:
"The present management is, and al
wayB has been, friendly to organized
labor. We believe labor has a right
to organize for its protection and ad
Lynching Narrowly Averted.
Ackerman. Miss. Swlnton Permiu
ter, Walter Cummings and E. L
Burchfleld, all white men, who were
arrested and lodged in the Louisville
Miss., Jail under the suspicion of as
saulting and murdering Miss Janit
Sharp, the attractive 19-year-olc
daughter of William Sharpe, a planter
living near Rural Hill, were put on e
special train and sent out of town tc
Former Speculator Leaves America.
New York. Reiterating his declar
ill, ,n that he would never again en
ter the speculative arena, and de
blaring in his opinion the crux of the
financial situation lay with the grail
crops, particularly corn, James A
fatten, the erstwhile "cotton king,'
has sailed for Europe on the steamet
Jealous Woman Slays Husband.
Denver, Colo. Pressing a revolvel
Against the head of her husband
Frank V. Ferres, as he lay sleeping
Monday morning, Mrs. Lulu Ferres
sent a bullet crashing through hi
brain, and a few minutes later blew
out her own brains. Orasped In the
woman's band was found a letter ad
dressed to her husband and signed
'Marie." It was couched In endearing
terms and Is believed to have been
the cause of the double tragedy.
Ferres was the proprietor of a small
Defalcation is Over a Million.
Louisville. John W. Barr, presl
dent of the Fidelity Trust company
admitted Saturday that the entire sur
plus of the company, $1,140,000, had
been stolen. This Is supposed to rep
resent the shortage of Assistant Sec
retary Ropke, now in Jail here. August
Ropke was the assistant secrelar)
and general bookkeeper of the Fidel
Ity Trust company, regarded as one
of the soundest financial concerns in
Louisville and believed to have beer
the first trust company organize,
west of Pittsburg.
MINES AND MINING
Oeorge Hollcran one of the lucky
Salt Lakers who made a fortune out
of the famous Jumbo lease at Gold
field, has struck is again in Nevada.
Prominent mining men predict that
the Black Bear Consolidated Mining
company's property In the Coeur d'
Alene district will soon be on a pro
II. as Is Ptated by numerous author
ities, the available supply of silver
has passed into the hands of spi-nuia-tors,
there Is reason to expect that
prices for the white metal will con
tinue strong for some time to come.
F. W. Brownell. president of the
Federal Mining & Smelting company,
confirms the report of a big strike in
the Morning mine In the Mullan,
Idaho, district, saying a large body of
good ore was encountered in the
William Sliii'Hon.uniillnianof Kel
logg. Idaho, has Btaked six claims on
Anderson Butte, seven miles north of
Elk City, where he recently discov
ered an Immense body of copper ore.
Miners lrom other parts of the dlB
triot are prospecting.
The Primrose group of claims in tne
Tlntlc district, one of the oldest on
the records of this Utah cump, gives
promise of soon entering the active
list again, lor negotiations are now
being conducted looking toward the
leasing of this property for a period
The Irish "Mag, ' considered the
beBt producer of the Calumet & Ari
zona Copper company at BlBbee. Ariz.,
has been closed down Indefinitely.
About 500 men are affected. No rea
son for the action is given, but It is
attributed to the policy of curtailing
The Copper Prince Consolidated
Mining & Milling company, with a
capitalized value of $4,000,000. has
been organized to develop a group of
copper claims In the St. Joe river dis
trict in Idaho. Daniel Davis of Coeur
d Alene and resident of Pittsburg
are the promoters.
The Latah Copper Mining company,
headed by T. P. Jones of Potlatch,
Idaho, operating in the Hoodoo dis
trict, 40 miles east of PalouBe. Wash.,
has sent Its first car of ore to the
smelter. The average value Is from
$30 to $37 in copper, $2 to $3 In gold
and zinc running as high as $7 to the
After the expenditure of many thou
sands of dollars In development work,
much of the effort during the past
two or three years being centered on
a long crosscut tunnel, the officials
of the Indian Queen company have
decided to atop all exploration, tem
porarily at least. In that Beaver coun
ty, Utah, property.
Two mining companies operating in
the Coeur d'Alene declared dividends
aggregating $120,600 last week as fol
lows: Bunker Hill & Sullivan Mining
company, $98,100; paid since January
1. 1910, more than $600,000; since or
ganization of company, $1), 835,300;
Snow Storm Mining company, $22,
500; paid since January 1, 1910, $157,
000; total to date. $982,000.
Utah has more than half a dozen
oil fields which have been pronounced
meritorious by experts who have ex
amined them. Those best known are
in San Juan, Garfield, Wayne, Wash
lngton, Utah and Uintah counties.
Wells which produce oil in commer
cial quantities have been made in the
San Juan and Uintah fields.
The Consolidated Mercur company's
gold bullion cleanup for June, valued
at close to $50,000, or normal produc
tion, has been delivered In Salt Iake
The newly created federal bureau
of mines will establish nine new res
cue stations for relief In cases ot
mine accidents. One of these sta
tions will be located at or near Salt
Lake City, another near Trinidad,
Colo., and one in southern Montana.
GoldflelcVs output Is threatened with
curtailment by shortage of water for
milling purposes. The situation is be
coming more acute every day, and un
less heavy rains come soon the prob
lem will become serious.
A small hoist Is being Installed on
the tunnel level at the Mammoth
mine at Eureka, Utah, so as to carry
on the Miller ground work, which
was stopped about two weeks ago by.
the smashup of the hoisting engine.
In an appeal from a decision of the
collector of customs the board of gen
eral appraisers on June 29 decided
that ores containing both lead and
zinc an- dutiable not only on the lead
content as provided for under para
graph 181, tariff act of 1909, but are
also liable to the duties provided for
the zinc content under paragraph 193
of the same act.
Directors of the Boston & Montana
Copper company, a subsidiary of the
Amalgamated Copper company, havt
declared a dividend of $2, which Is
an Increase of $1 over the previous
quarter. The regular dividend of 5
cents was declared on the stock ot
the Amalgamated Copper company.
TOO SHORT A TIME.
7 v - n
Wise Why did that woman's club
Sharpe The majority adopted a
resolution limiting the time of each
member for speaking on any topic to
O, I'irr,-.- . PlOHnnt IVllfli iriiln,. n,1 InTtf
--,,, stomach. My, i niwl bowolti Htifar-cuetsa
UOI. granules, Sear tn lass IK, lit.t f rip.
Knock and the world will Join In
the anvil chorus.
Mr. Hiiii,"' Rooming Syrup.
ForchlMren te.'tliinu, auftens the guuiH, redticesln- I
tl.uuiu,iiiiin,slla)iiuuln,cureswliidt'olli-. ttvu l,nln
friend's worth Is at Its best when ;
an enemy tests the strength. Roy
ston. Red, Weak. VMM Watery l...
Relieved By Murine Kyo ttcmedy. Try
Murine For Your Kye Troubles. You Will I
I. Ike Murine. It Soothes. 50o at Your
PriiKglMH. Write For Eye Hooks. Free.
Murine Eye Hemedy Co., Chicago.
Preachers have been telling the peo
ole that they are mean and selfish so
often that they all believe It and prac
If You Are a Trifle Sensitive
About tbe site of your shoes, many people '
wear smaller aboea oy using Allen's Foot Ease,
tbe Anllaeptic Powdar to shake Into the sboes.
It cures Tired, swollen, Aching Feet and
gives rest and comfort. Just the thing for I
breaking In new shoes. Sold everywhere, t&c. ,
Sample sent Ml Kk Address, Allen s. Olmsted,
LeKoy, N. Y.
Where He Came In.
"Have you ever figured in a divorce
"No; the lawyers did the figuring.
I Just paid the bills."
Important to Mother
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOKIA.a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that It
In Use For Over SO Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
A Knowing Girl.
When young Lord Stanlelgh came
to visit an American family, the mis
tress told the servants that In ad
dressing him they should always say
"Your Qrace." When the young gen
tleman one morning met one of the
pretty house servants In the hallway
and told her that she was so attrac
tive looking he thought he would kiss
her, she demurely replied, clasping
her hands on her bosom and looking
up Into his face with a beatific ex
pression, "O Lord, for this blessing
we are about to receive, we thank
Women's Secrets t H
There hoc man in the I Jnitcd Stutea who has perhaps heard M "" H
more women's secrets than any other man or woman the l Bf S
country. These secrets are secrets of guilt or shame, hut Ck Wf KbV
the secrets of suffering, and they have been confided to Dr. -Sm y H
It. V. Pierce in the hope end expectation ot advice and help. AbHbJBS
That few of these women have been disappointed in their cs- K fl
pre stations is proved by the faot that ninety-eight per cent, of av bbbbbbbI
all women treated by Dr. Pierce have been absolutely and sbbbT bTbbwbV bbbbbbbI
altogether cured. Such record would be remarkable if the V Wm H
cases treated were numbered hy hundreds only. Hut when WJ t bbbbbbbI
that record applies to the treatment of more than hall-a- mil f w w V
lion women, in a practice of over 40 years, it is phenomenal, kBS
and entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by women, as the first ol H
specialists in the treatment of women's diseases. H
livery sick woman may oontult Dr. Pierce by letter, absolutely without L
charge. All replies are mailed, sealed in perfectly plain envelopes, without H
eny printing or advertising whatever, upon them. Writo without fear as with bbbbs
out fee, to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, Prest., sbbbbbs
Buffalo, N. Y. H
DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION H
VTeila-aasal tTCTaseaJsK. women. JGItX-OXME, WM
aaslola. Womem VCTetU, b9b1
lijlllTCHELLS EYE : SALVEk I
Many a man goes broke in Health
then wealth, lllames bis mind
says it don't work right; but all the
time it's his bowels. They don't work
liver dead and the whole system gets
dogged with poison. Nothing kills
good, clean -cut brain action like con- I
stipation. CASCARETS will relieve
and cure. Try it now. tu
CASCARBT8 10a a boa tor a week's
treatment. All druggists. Biggest seller
io tbe world. Million botes a month.
AC0AYQ RELIABLE I PROMPT
U.lAQ 111 Uold,76( I,. ,ld slid Silver, 1100.
nUWrl W Oold, Silver and Couper, II M.
Hold and silver refined and bought. Write for
free mailing sacks. M1!KN ASSAY CO.,
loitO Court 1'la.ua, Itaosvar, Colorado.
OF MISERY I
Cured by Lydia E. Pink- M
ham's Vegetable Compound H
Ilaltlmore, Md. "For four ycart iij
my life was a misery to me. I suffered
i ,. , ,.. from irregular!
I ties, terrible drag
'"jVta ging sensations, pHHj
,r7 TsisaaW "'"' bbbbbbbbI
- 9 Rone feeling in mj J
,,,-ri 3 cSs My stomach. I ha: IIIJ
''ijiij Cv tBJPj given up hope oi IIIJ
-- iiljiiiii ever being woi! HII
V r ' when I began tc
jSCs'xl1 tal. j Lydia E. Pink LVaH
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T7 'onipound. Thnr
' 'iff r ' 1 felt as though
I safes I I tikw lit'., hiul l.p bbbbbbbbI
given me, nud I am rocommeiuUng it
to all my friends." Mrs. W. S. Ford, IIB
2207 V. Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
The most successful remedy In this
country for the cure of all forms of
female complaints is Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetablo Compound. It bits
stood the test of years and to-day ia
more widely and successfully used than 1
any other female remedy. It has cured 1
thousands of women who have been H
troubled with displacements, intlam- 1
mation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, lr- 1
regularities, perlodiu pains, backache, 1
that bearing-down feeling, flatulency, H
indigestion, and nervous prostration, 1
after all other means had failed. M
If you are suffering from any of these
ailments, don't give up hope until you H
have given Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- H
table Compound a trial.
If you would like special ad vice H
write to Mrs. Plnkhain, Lynn. H
Mush., for it. She has guided m
thousand, to health, free of ltIB
The Army of M
Is Crowing Smaller Every Par. H
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A vacation necessity tbe M
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