Newspaper Page Text
PERUNA A TONIC OF
HON. R. S. THARIN
lion. R. S. Tharin, Attorney at Law
and counsul for Ani-Trust League, t
writes from Pennsvlv;nia Ave., N. W.,
Washington,. 1). C., as follows: f
"Haring used Peruna for catarrhal t
disorders, I am able to testify to its l
great remedial excellence and do not
hesitate to give it my ei:i phat i: end:orse
meat and earniest recommendation to
all personsaffected by that disorder. It t
is also a tonic of great usefulness." a
r. T. . Tharneorint, est Attorn er, On-a
tario, Can., writes: last wiinter l was ill
with pneumonia afterhas fringgrippe. f
I took Peruna for two months, when I a
became quite well. I also induced ato its
young lady, who was all run down p
and contined to the house, to take Pelor- o
runa, and after taking Peruna for three n
months she a ble to follow her trade
of tailoring. canrecommend Peruna ill
for all such who are ill and require
Peruna Tablets. n I
Some people prefer to take tablets, e
ather tian to take medicine in a flu- id
form. Suchand af pople can obtain Peru na
tablets, which represent the solid me
diof tinal ingredients of Peruna. Each d
tablet is equivalent to one average dose require
of Peruna. Tablets
ople Positively cured by h
rather tan thesa ndiie in a t Pills a
tressfrom Dy pepsia. In
form. h poplEating. A p]erfet remia
tablets, which rlpre*nt the solid Dme
s .ea, Drowsiness, Bad
dicinl inrints of einthruna. EachCoat
ed Tonogue Pain in the
Side, TORPID LIVER.
They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear 'I
II STLEI Fac-Simile Signature
REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. 9
The New Syringe di
A perfect clean~er, and
,nodle of self-treatment ti
for all vaginal, uterine
'and ovarian troubles. If
you are a sufferer from T
Organic troubles, ulcer- di
atlon, falling and dit -
or suppllression, hiut'heh',
upon the face, you
should not be without i fl,
BUPE:IItA. With it you
can treat your'elf ns sNkil
fully as any physician of
and CURE YOURSELF
Bend for booklet explaining all about the as
Buljeiba and the Superba tpeeial Treattment, B
Addreals, UPERBA O,
looim t13. Oxford hll T., Ito ini 4. teatrle P lg..
h-5la halle tt. Ce 1uo, L. ILL. nlot ,1h, TtxA.S.
MADE i ha
_ FOR hi
and guamnteed he
OILED SUITS. SLICKERS Ti
1AND HATS is
Every gnaLenit guaranteed be
Clean LightDurable bo
Sults '3'o Slickers $399 th
maea ssrr ras lnrwarter he
or.coe 0nett ran rUa an
To convinlc a y no
woman that Pax- yo
tlne Antiseptic will
improve her hEalth an
and do all we l1aim mf
for It. We Will
bend her absolutely free large trial yo
bot oL Paxtlne with book of instruc
tions and genuine testimonials. end no
your name and address on a postal card. It
m e *- sy"
feetions, such as na I catarrh pelvic
satarrh and inflawmtlion caused by femil
anine hIs; soreey sore thr an an
mouth, by direct loal tratment s cur- th
sailv power over these troubles is extra.
ordinary and gives immediate relief. Cal
Thousands of women are using and re-e
ommending It every day. 80 cents at
IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO TRY IT. Its
E B. PAXTON CO., Boston, Mars. sh(
" a Return this Ih'
,P i . ,with 50 oneOtt,
Pent .tops pIn Instantly; remores Hesdach, 5.
e.Neuraigla none minute; coolster t ain
Paint poew. O
" ' d l dCIr i at m e nb l
Ii FARMERS' EDUCATIONUAL
- OF AMERICA "=- . "
SOME INTERESTING DATA.
The order today numbers about
12,000,000 members. The Farmers' U'n
ion is the largest body of organized
labor in the world. The order is grow.
ing rapidly, and in a short time will
have all the farmers lined up.
The organization is the strongest
and largest association in the world,
and if the present plans are carried
out it will be among the strongest
organizations of any kind in the world.
T'he or:;anilzation extends fromn the
Atlantic to the Pacific. yet there is a
vast territory untouched by the or
i ganizers. litt this territory will be
organized this year.
The Union is making a noise in the
i world, and the business world is look.
ing on with awe. For many years the
cotton and grain trusts have operated
without fear, and their dealings with
e, the farmer gave them to understand
that they were not in it, but now the
farmer will price his own product, for
Al the man who produces a thing knows
is better than any one else what it costs
,t to produce it.
to The speculator says, Sell your cot- i
It ton, for the country needs the money, i
and if you don't there is danger of a
i- panic." Brother Farmer, when you
raise everything at home you need
and have shaken off the credit system,
a then what do you care if there is a
n panic? It does not effect you. The
- only effect is on the fellow who has t
e no commodities for market.-Banner t
e e are having some fine reports
from those who are using the split log C
drags, and they need not cost a cent c
The Union meeting is the place to
h discuss the improvement of the pub
e lic roads and the betterment of the
Shun debt as you would a viper. 8
Debt is the curse of finance. Credit t
has saved many a man, but its wrecks
and ruins make a larger caravan. E
It is surprising how many steps are
wasted on the farm and around the
house just because no thought has a
been devoted to the best arrangement 1
of things. s
Keep it in mind that the men who a
co-operate get the money, and the men, b
who do not co-operate do the work a
and let the money go to the co-opera- a
Part of the educational campaign
ought to be based upon the present a
financial condition. This of all times a
is an occasion from which to draw a
lesson of economy and thrift.
After the plough has opened the r_
ditches so as to drain the roadways y
put on the split log drag; it will dn r
the rest. Use the drag when it is toos
muddy to work at anything else. s
That's the sort of times to use the i
The only way to fix it so it will stay tl
fixed is to fix it so that every man tc
who works will receive the full value
of what his work plroduces. Just as r
long as somebody else gets a part of a
it there is going to be trouble.-Farm. ti
A sack of meat, a sack of flour and f
a side of bacon look mighty good W
whqn you are not sure but all credit at
as well as cash will be shut off before ct
Saturday night. Get on a piece of to
land of your own and diversify. Can't
get land of your own? Then, why?
Farmers Journal. fo
Why not make Uncle Sam your
banker by depositing your money in ed
his postoffice? Then you can always in
get It when you go after it. At least fa
he has never yet told the people that m
he proposed to keep their deposits in is
order to protect their interests.--Far. ot
Somebody will have to hold the cot
ton until the mill wants to spin it. ca
The common sense view of the mqtter pr
is that the man who raises it is in a ti(
better position to hold it thaa any- w
body else, for he has it at less cost ev
than any other one could have it, and U.
he can hold it at less expense than co
any other man on earth, let
If the Union has not been any bene
fit to you, it Is likely that you have
not been a very good members. Have a
you attended the meetings regularly
and at all times tried to see that the
meetings were worth attending? Have fri
you tried to make them so good that
none would ever miss a meeting? na
If you have done this there is no sort gr
of doubt that you are eminently satis. ca
fled with the Union and are in fullest th
sympathV with its objects. wi
Go into the kitchen today and look
around and see if you have put every.
thing in as convenient a place as you pr
Political economy is a good thing in ,
its place, and its place and importance
should not be overlooked, but domestic
economy is so much closer to home tal
that you can feel it all the time. Econ- we
omy does not mean the close use of set
money either, as many ignorant peo
ple suppose. It means the getting out
of everything we do the fullest value TI
and the utilization to the uttermost Th
all the opportunities Dresented to us. pla
THE RURAL SCHOOL.
The Union News would like to stop
long enough in its fight for 15-cent
cotton, lower passenger fare, the limit
ing of immigration, etc., to ask the
rural school teacher what he is doing
I to get his community to improve the
conditions of the rural school. Are
you planning to establish a library?
Ah! Did you say that was impossible?
You are mistaken, my boy. Notify
the local Union that meets in your
it community that you want to come be
1- fore them and discuss the improve
d ment of the rural school in that sec
tion, ask them to appoint speakers for
II two or three successive meetings, and
have the lady members to write es
t says on the question of the improve
i. ment of rural schools, get together,
: get up an entertainment, and either
t take up a collection or charge a small
admission fee. Plan a time and have
" an osyter supper, charge everybody a
1 small fee for coming to the supper,
and many other things could be men
tioned by which you could get the peo
ple interested, and that is all that is
necessary. Interest the people in an
enterprise that will benefit the public
and they, the people, will respond.
j The parents, the patrons of the ru
ral school, might stop and ask them.
selves, "What am I doing? I would
like to have John and Sally as well
educated as their cousins or their ac
quaintances who live in the neighbor
hood of a fine school, but what am I
doing to make the school which they
attend equal to any other?" You can,
it would not cost much, and you had
better invest money in education for
your children than to invest it in any
other known commodity.-The Union
Yes, indeed, this is one of the most
vital questions demanding considera
tion of the Unions, and the Unions
thus gets close to the kernel of the
matter. While you are about it, dis.
cuss, too, building better roads and
consolidating small schools into big
ones, with better houses, larger camp
uses, better equipment, broader cur
riculum and above all better teachers.
Science has come to play an important
part in farm life. Intensive farming
has come, and come to stay, and heads
as well as hands must be put to the
severest use now to keep this twen.
tieth century pace.
EVERY MERCHANT A POLITICIAN.
The secretaries of the various comr
mercial clubs of Texas got together
at Dallas last week and held a meet
ing. In the course of one of the
speeches this remark was made:
'Every commercial man should be
a politican-not an aspirant for office,
ibut a politician in the sense of saying
who shall be law-makers of the State
and what laws they can, with justice,
Now, farmers, renters, you see how
the merchants go about it. Go thou
and do likewise. The newspapers will d
call it business co-operation on the u
part of the merchants, of course, but q
in your case they will likely call it J
rank, radical class politics. But don't a
you be scared off. You have more E
right than the profit-takers to say who a
I shall be the law-makers and what laws a
shall be made. If you don't get busy J
in the face of such movements to dic. h
tate laws by those who live off your
labor, may the Lord have mercy on
the rising generation of agricultural
toilers!-Abilene Farmers Journal.
Any man who aspires to be of any
real value to his country is enough of
a politician to go to the polls every h
time there is an election and vote his
honest opinion as to his country's wel
fare. lie takes time, too, to know
what is going on in his county, State ai
and Nation. YAh bet, every Ameri- rE
can man is a politician, and he ought a
Have you saved out your seed corn U
for next spring? 14
All the other followings have form
ed co-operative organizations for tak- g
ing care of mutual interests, and the .
farmer would as well make up his '
mind that he isn't getting his until he 1
is able to stand the onslaughts of the
other combines. Sb
The reason for the need of constant
campaign work is the ignorance of the
principles and plans of the organiza.
tion among the masses of the people
who are not members, and among
even some of the members of the
Union. This campaign should not be th
confined to the work of the regular la
lecturers, but should be the pleasant ti
duty of every member of the Union. gr
A lunday suit doez not make a man h
a saint, of
While some money is being made at
fruit growing, and by growing ordi.
nary fruit, much more can be made by off
growing the best with the best of
care. There is always a demand for h
the best, while the market is glutted th
with, the lower grades.
As the fall and winter weather ap
proaches there are many things to be
done in the orchard that will help the
work next spring.
In collecting seeds, care eshould be
taken to gather only from vigorous,
well-formed trees and plants. The
seeds of nearly all kinds are better for An
a little careful drying, when gathered
in quantities, before being put away.
This shouJd he done In a cool, airy per
COULD USF THE ROAD.
' Irish Soldier's Great Idea When Cover
Was Badly Needed.
le The following colloquy is said to
] have actually occ:rred during one of
1e the earlier battles in the Philippines:
re A detachment of American infantry,
? under orders to support a section of
? Capt. Reilly's battery, were halted for
quite a while on a perfectly flat mill
ir tary road in full view and fine range
e- of the Filipino trenches. Of course, to
e' lie flat on the road was the only avail
C able "use of cover."
)r In this detachment was an Irishman
d who had served his time with the col
ors in the British army before he en
' listed with Uncle Sam. As a recruit
r, he had been very prone to tell how the
T British soldiers did everything. As a
1 result he was incessantly plied with
e questions as to his experiences. While
a the bullets were "plopping" down the
r, road and kicking up the gravel, a
young Yankee suddenly asked:
"Say, Mike, what do the British sol
s diers do with their heads in a place
n like this?"
c Quick as a flash came the retort:
"A British soldier has no head,
After a full two-minute pause, Mike
I "However, be that as it may, I wish
I could pick up this d- road and
stan' it on edge ferninst me!"
y DOCTORS IN GRAND JURY NET.
Two Indicted in Iowa for Conspiracy
r to Force an Independent Physi.
cian from a Surgical Case.
Waverly, Ia.-The Bremner county
t grand jury, which a few weeks ago
indicted fourteen members of the coun
ty medical association, alleging viola.
tion of the anti-trust law, recently re
ported additional indictments against
Dr. W. A. Rohlf and Dr. O. L. Chaffee
1 on the general ground of conspiracy.
Their alleged offense was of forcing
an independent doctor from a surgi
cal case, in which he as well as one of
the accused doctors had been em
ployed, after he had refused to sign
the union scale.
Couldn't Discharge Him.
When the jury had filed in for at 8
least the fourth time, with no sign of C
coming to an agreement in the bribery t
case, the disgusted judge rose up and
said: "I discharge this jury." t
At this, one sensitive talesman, a
stung to the quick by this abrupt and
ill-sounding decision, obstinately faced 11
the judge. g
"You can't discharge me, judge!" he s
"Why not?" asked the astonished
"Because," announced the talesman,
pointing to the defendant's lawyer, p
"I'm being paid by that man there!"- b
His Word Not Good.
John and Jim agreed to settle a C
difference by fighting it out. It was e
understood tl$t whoever wanted to 0
quit should cry "'nough!" John got
Jim down and was hammering him
soundly, when Jim cried "'nough!"
But John paid no attention to his cry
and kept on pounding him. Again and
again Jim called out "'nough! But
John paid no heed and kept busy with
his fists. A boy standing near asked:
"Why don't you let the feller up? a
He's yelled "'nough!"
"But he's such a liar you can't be- a
She had been to her first party and
had.Indulged not wisely but too well
in delicacies that cause internal woe
when partaken of to excess. C
"Why, Geraldine!" exclaimed the in
anxious mother, as she welcomed the
return of her offspring, "how white you Si
are looking; do you feel sick?"
"Oh, no," was the equable reply: "II
did feel sick after the ice cream, but I
unswallowed myself and I feel all right
mrAT, or OSTo, CITY Or TOLEDO,
LLc"A CourY. f .
FRANx J. Carexr makes oath that he is senior
partner of the flrm of F. J. (UBLKx A Co., dulug
business in the city of Toledo. County and State P"
aforesaid. and that said irm will pay the sum of
ONE IUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every
caf or CATaR that cannot be cured by the use of O
lL&LL's CATERILH CURL
FRANK J. CHUNEY.
Sworn to before me and subacrlledln my presence,
this 6th day of December, A. D)., 1886.
* ,A A. w.GLEASON,
- NOTIar PUBLXO.
Hall's Catarrh Core is taken internally and acte
directly on the bluod aud m ucu rurfaces of the
system. aend fur testlmlnlalc, tree.
F. J. CHENEy a C0., Tollo, O,
Bold by ill Druggist, 75c. , To 0
Take Hali's Family Pills for consttpatio
Not Caretaker's Fault.
In answer to a complaint made by
the town council of Camborne, Eng.
Sland, that the caretaker of the recrea.
tion ground had allowed the grass to G
grow. to an inconvenient height, that
officer replied that the donkey which
had formerly eaten the grass had died
of lockjaw and he had been unable to
buy another one to take its place.
To neglect a cold the results are too
often very serious. Bronchitis, Plea
risy, Pneumonia and Consumption are
frequently the consequences. - Upon
the appearance of a cold, sore throat
or chest, use Simmons' Cough Syrup.
It soothes the irritation, loosens the
phlegm and promptly cures you.
"Every woman thinks she would
make an actress."
"Not every one."
"There is my wife."
"Doesn't she think it?"
"No; she knows it."-Nashville
The Blaze of Genius. d
Knicker--What is the artistic temn.
Bocker-An attempt to light the dl.
vine fire with kerosene. 2.
VETERAN OF THREE WARS.
'er A Pioneer of Colorado and Nebraska.
Matthias Camphell, veteran of the
to civil war and two Indian wars, and
of a pioneer of Colo
s: rado, now living at
'y, 2 21i. East Nebraska
of Stroot, lBlair, Neb.,
or says: "I had such
II- pains in my back
e , for a long time that
to I could not turn
il- in bed, and at times
there was an almost
In total stoppage of
)1- the urine. My wife and I have both
n- used Doan's Kidney Pills for what doc
it tors diagnosed as advanced kidney
e troubles, and both of us have been
a completely cured."
h Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
le Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
a An Acute Observer.
A one-armed man sat down to his
1- noonday luncheon in a little restaur
'e ant the other day, and seated on the
right of him was a big, sympathetic
individual from the rural district.
I, The big fellow noticed his neigh.
bor's left sleeve hanging loose and
e kept eyeing him in a sort of how-did
it-happen way. The one-armed man
Ii failed to break the ice, but continued
d to keep busy with his one hand sup
plying the inner man.
At last the inquisitive one on the
right could stand it no longer. IHe
changed his position a little, cleared
' his throat and said: "I see, sir, you
have lost an arm."
Whereupon the unfortunate man
picked up the empty sleeve with his
Sright hand, peered into it, looked up
with a surprised expression, and said:
"By George, sir. you're right."
True to His Promise.
t A teacher in a tenement district hur.
Sried from the school to find the mother
of a pupil who had been taken quite
"Can you show me where Mrs. An
f gelo Scandale lives?" she inquired of
a cherub transplanted from the sunny
south to a dark, sunless alley.
"Yes, teach', I show you," and a will
ing, sticky hand dragged her on with
such speed as to make her stumble
over an Italian dame seated on the
After the teacher's breathless flight
toward the clouds, the little hand
"There where Mees Scandale live,"
Indicated the horizontal arm and fin
ger, "but she downstair sitting on the
step," finished the smiling lips.
"Nails are a mighty good thing
particularly finger nails-but I don't
believe they were intended solely for
scratching, though I used mine large
ly for that purpose for several years.
I was sorely afflicted and had it to do.
One application of Hunt's Cure, how
ever, reliev. I my itch and less than
one box cured me entirely."
J. M. WARD,
"Does the child ever keep still a
minute?" asked the woman as the
youngster sprawled noisily over the
coach in a dozen squirming positions
at once, it seemed to her.
"No," answered his mother. "They
are growing when they do that, they
"Will you please ask him to stop
growing," implored the woman, "Just
for this week while he is visiting me!"
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over 30 Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought -
'"I am afraid," said Mr. Henpeck,
"that I made a fool of myself to-day."
"Don't worry about it," his wife re
plied; "it isn't likely that anybody no
ticed anything unusual about the way u
you spoke or acted." Ea
To Farmers Everywhers
Why Work Yourselves to Death Tryfi
to Make a Living.
Go to Southwest Texas Where the Land is Fertile and Grows Ear
mously Profitable Crops With Little Labor.
Read This Carefully.
Dr. C. F Simmons, San Antonio, Texas: Enid, Oklahoma, April 13, 1907.
My Dear Sir-I was down on your Atascosa County ranch, and spent
four days in looking it over. It is a great tract of land; the finest lamr.
body of land I was ever on. In the four days I spent on it 1 am sure I did
not see forty acres that could not be cultivated.
The soil is dark and chocolate sandy loam, and some black, waxy with a
little sand, but nio blow sand. I took soil from different pastures, and
found the land all underlaid with a good clay foundation.
In my opinion, this land, with proper cultivation, will produce every*
thing that can be grown from Maine to California. I never saw a mor fer
tile body of land anywhere. to i . I never saw a mo
Such land as this, if located in Oklahoma, would sell for $50 an acre.
t'he entire tract is within the artesian belt. The water from thes
wells that I saw and drank, was good for all purposes.
1 carried one of your "New IHome Sweet Home" books with me and
compared the views shown by you in it with what I saw, and found every*
thing just as represented. I have read your description of this property,
and you have not oerdra it in any way. No one can realize what a
stlendid opportunityo this is to get a good home for a very little money in
te finestclimate and on the ricest land in the world, until he sees it.
I will be very glad to answer any one who wants to know what I knor
about your land. With best wishes, I remain,
Yours very truly, J. S. LIGHTFOOT.
Dr. C. F. Simmons bhas divided his ranch and is selling from 10 to 640 acu
and 2 town leot for b$10.00 payable $10.00 a month without interest. WIdN
today for booklet and set of views of the ranch and name of nearest agent.
DR. C. F. SIMMONS,
215 Alamo Pla , an Arntonlo, Texas.
FREE TO OUR R
Write Murine ye
a. cago, for u ll5r
and if this l al,er is
Ie will send you a Free
Id Your :fs. \\rit" all
o- Trouble and! hir Oculj a
It as to the l "r ppi
a Murine l:,,. It'rndie i
h Murine ('r, s ,u .n b
k :v.S S r( tlL.' I)sn't sc st
It Eye Pain. Aids th at
n Glasses and S.,ls for p
The Barker and St t
The rubbernq.k wag0 lae
sightseers, was alproachl by tt
hospital, says tho New York F
white-hairedl w,nan this
I grounds, and near hera d a
using a lawn nlower. ver
"There." sail the hart os
swing of his arm toward ý' pr
"is St. Luke's hespital, one tic
noted in the tlitropolls. gi
hair'ed lady is ,ne of the so
there you see St. Luke hl~t
the grass." egg
"Society of One.Legged rr
The pr'.-ident of the coi
One-Legged Moen" has i ri'
Paris accompanied by
jambist." They had it
Marseilles, a distance of M bt
miles, and, in spite of their "
they averaged over 11 4 0yst
acts tent eyet
tle syst om eýf f e
assist one n Im
nu actured tJl
HAUX SPECTA, ll
Ane NwPwr ls as m pTqg tt
Dr. Hadn famous "Perfeet Vliscm
tacles are the finest on earth al 1
the weakest eyes. Ask your
for them and It be does not sell th
kim this adveretisement anmdy Mgm
apply to as for an agency. hbee
us his name and address, sad
8pecial holled-Gold Specteale 0wr.
D. LAUIXsPrCTACLE0O Dep'tHO L
BTOWRKEPERS. DRICGGIT AND
lER who want to increase their prosis
outlr, tbould write las and say:
r TeastcleCabinea Ofer" at ,a
CON S'r PAFT44
HER VOUS NwS
MAKES R6cH BLOOD tTwfti
NERVES. AGENTS WANTEI
-es OGSNEN 0 TONICG
034 ORESTVILLEA. CHlICArl
CUT THIS OUT
We know of one remedy that willa curefln ,
tism. It is called RHEI'MAZONE, andi e
ufactnred by O. P. White, Rusk, Tease Ah
druggists sell it at $1i.0 per bottle, whiAb
very cheap forsuch aremed v. It is saHld eM
sure a cure for Rheumatism as White'sr iA
Ease is for Headache. Expres chabrgeI CI
paid direct from laboratory on reeeiptofpa