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TWENTY YEARS OF IT.
Emaciated by Diabetes Tortured with Gravel and Kidney Pains. Henry Soule, cobbler, of Ham mondsport. N. Y., says: "Since Doan's Kidney Pills cured me eight, years ago, I've reached 70 and hope to live many years long ?er. But twenty years ago 1 had akidney trouble so bad I could not work. Backache -w a persistent and it was agony to lift anything. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale by all dealers. Price, 50 cents per box. On His Rights. Kind-Hearted Lady—Come back at 1 o'clock to-night. Beggar—Impossible, madam. I be long to the union, and they don't, al low us to work overtime.—Meggen 'dorfer Blatter. Here is Relief for Women. Mother Gray, a nurse in New Yorkrdi& coveredapleasantherbremedy for women's ills, called AUSTRALIA N-1JE5*.F. It is the only certain monthly regulator. Cures female weaknesses, Backache, Kidney and Urinary troubles. At all Druggists or by mall 50 cts. Sample mailed FREE. Address, The Mother Gray Co., LeRoy, N. Y. Her Dream. Xr. had Miss Oldgirl—Oh, Mr. Bach, 1 a very peculiar dream last night. Mr. Bach—What was it? "I dreamed I got married." "You must have had mince pie for supper." "Why so?" "Because I don't know of anything else that would make you have such a nightmare as that." Eterid Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, th« Omt Kidney and LWer Qure. World Famous. Write Dc Kennedy'* Sons. Kondout, N. Y., for free e&mple bottla AMERICA'S FIRST FIRE ENGINE. Still Preserved in a Bethlehem, Pa-, Museum. It is a well authenticated historical fact that Bethlehem had the first hand fire engine in the United States. This claim has often been disputed, but never disproved. It was brought to this country from London in 1698, on the good ship Hope, having be^n purchased at sec ond-hand there for 43 pounds 12 shill ings. It had a flow of seventy-eight gallons per minute, and was used con tiguously up to 1848. The Persever ance fire company, now out of exist ence, which was organized in 1762, had charge of th.e machine. Prior to that time it was the property of the citizens generally, for up to 1762 the town had no organized firemen. There were "emergency men," and when a fire occurred every man in town turned out to fight it. This famous relic is harbored intact In the museum of the Young Men's Missionary Society of the Moravian church, which body is the oldest of its Wnd in America.—Philadelphia Record. Nuggets From Georgia. There's always one more river to cross, and some of us can't swim, and never have money to pay the ferryman. Lots of us worry about the world's being round or fiat, when the best thing we can do is to try and keep from falling off.—Atlanta Constitution. "Lucas Malet," tie novelist, has now fallen under the ban of the wom an suffragists. Grover Cleveland will perhaps send "Lucas" a message of Bympathy and support.—Buffalo Com mercial. Compound Interest comes to life when the body feels the delicious glow of health, vigor and energy. Thai Certain Sense of vigor in the brain and easy poise of the nerves comcs when the improper foods arc cut out and predigested take their place. If it has taken you years to rum down don't expect one mouthful of this great food to bring you back (for it is not a stimulant but a Rebuilder.) 10 days' trial shows such big re sults that one Bticks to it. "There's a Reason.** Get the little book, "The Road "Wellville," in each pkg. '4.*^ Kr" 5 S* 'X -r Ki* i.--/ to FILL PLACES Or STRIKERS RAILROAD Gravel, whirling headaches, dizzi ness and terrible •urinary disorders ran me down from 168 to 100 pounds. Doctors told me I had diabetes and could not live. I "was wretched and hopeless when I began using Doan's Kidney Pills, but they cured me eight years ago and I've been well ever since." srROADS NO WRECKS HAVE OCCURRED SINCE INAUGURATION OF THE STRIKE. St. Paul, Aug. 8. Officers of both the Great Northern and the Northern Pacific asserted last night that the only development yesterday in the strike of the telegraphers was to place both roads in a still better position. They say they are getting operators to man the stations, and that traffic, both freight and passenger, is run ning satisfactorily. General Manager H. J. Horn of the Northern Pacific said yesterday afternoon that 85 per cent of the stations on his lines are manned, and that practically a normal condition exists. President H. B. Perham of the tel egraphers is still claiming that traffic is tied up. Manning the Stations. At 6 o'clock last night General Su perintendent G. T. Slade of the Great Northern issued the following state ment: "Vacant, positions are now being rapidly filled on all divisions. These posts now represent a very small per centage of the total number, and ar rangements have been made to fill all those remaining with competent men. The new men will be checked in as soon as transfers can be made by our auditors. "Traffic is moving under absolutely normal conditions, and all the usual reports are being handled to head quarters over the comyany's own wires. All passenger trains are mak ing scheduled time or better, and all freight is being promptly moved. There is no accumulation of cars at any of the terminals." Break in Strike. General Manager H. J. Horn of the Northern Pacific said: "Conditions continue to improve, and the general .break in strike ranks on the Idaho division is being fol lowed to a somewhat smaller extent by like breaks on several other di visions. Applications for worft are pouring in at both the St. Paul and the Eastern recruiting offices. Many striking operators now recognize that the strike was lost during the first twelve hours. These men are now anxious to have their old positions back." NEWS OF TIE NORTHWEST OFFICIALS SAY BOTfl ARE GETTING OP ERATORS. CONDITIONS ALMOST NORMAL Applications from competent opera tors now employed on other roads, who are desirous of working on the Six men returned to work on the Pacific division of the Northern Pa cific as a result 6f the break on the Idaho division of Saturday. No Wreck6. No wrecks have occurred since the inauguration of the strike. A dispatch received from Helena, Mont., to the effect that a wreck occurred near Lo gan Saturday night was denied in a Bpecial telegram received by Mr. Horn late yesterday afternoon in response to a request for an investigation. The only trouble of any kind that hap pened in that vicinity was a little line trouble. Government to Investigate. Washington, Aug. 8.—Attorney Gen eral Moody Saturday telegraphed the United States district attorneys at Madison, Wis. Milwaukee, Wis. St. Paul, Fargo, Helena, Boise, Spokane, Seattle and Portland, to investigate the facts as to the interruption of tel egraph service on the Great Northern and Northern Pacific railroads in view of the government's duty to keep un obstructed the avenues of interstate commerce. New Telephone System. Sioux Falls, S D., Aug. 8. The business men of Plankinton have or ganized a stock company, as the re sult of which the place may have a second telephone system. The pres ent system, which is owned by J. D. Bartow, a citizcn of the town, will be purchased if the price can be agreed upon. Otherwise the stock company will establish the second system. Victim of Gasoline. Grand Forks, N. D., Aug. 8.—Hulda Wilson, thirteen years old, was fatally burned. Her clothing caught fire from blazing gasoline and she ran through the house and into the yard before the flames were extinguished. Storm Terrific Shop Burns. Bertha, Minn., Aug. 8. A terrific rain and thu*der storm passed over this place just before midnight, and at 12:30 in the morning Hubert Ham mers' blacksmith shop was discovered on fire, and was consumed. f* y-V ROUGH EXPERIENCE OF WOMAN. Northern Pacific and Great Northern, jj, arrived on an evening train the are still being received by officials of both roads. A number of telegraphers left the city via the Great Northern last night. Mrs. Hendrickson Wanders for Nearly a Weew in Hubbard County Wilds. Duluth, Minn., Aug. 8. Mrs. H. Hendrickson, eighty years of age, and residing five miles east of Lake George, in Hubbard county, is recov ering rapidly from an experience that would have been the death of many younger persons. She was lost for six days in the forest without shelter and without food except a few wild ber ries. Mrs. Hendrickson was return ing home from a neighbor's when she got lost. When it was discovered that she was missing a searching party was organized, and it was not until the end of the sixth cay of her ab sence that she was found. All hope of finding the woman alive had been abandoned, because of her advanced age and the further fact that much rain had fallen. Mrs. Hendrickson says that she suffered much from mosquitoes. Fortunately she had matches with her. and with them built fires evenings to keep her warm and scare away wild animals. PULLEY SCALPS GIRL. After Her Hair Is Torn Out by Roots She Walks to Doctor's Office. Sioux City, Iowa, Aug. 8.—Miss Car don, a typesetter for the Sheldon Sun, was perhaps fatally injured by her hair being caught in a pulley. The young woman was completely scalped. She had taken the press feeder's place at. the press for a few minutes, and as she turned to leave her hair was caught in the set screw of the pulley and completely torn out by the roots. Such nerve as she displayed is seldom shown by any one. She walked up out of the basement and to Dr. Crain's office, a block away, where she sat down and waited twenty minutes for the doctor to return. All that can be is being done for the girl, but little hope is entertained for her recovery. DIES SAVING HORSES. Winona Man Meets Death in Burning Earn and Wife Is Injured. Winona, Minn., 4"ag. 8.—H. Littau, a veteran dairyman of Winona, was burned to death in a fire which started in his barn. He had released four horses when he was kicked down and into the path of the flames by the fifth horse. All the skin was burned off of his body except small patches on the right thigh and left ankle. He lived two hours in great agony. This is the fifth time his barn has burned. Mrs. Littau was burned on the arms in dragging her husband from the barn. Four horses were cremated., LICENSE BY TELEPHONE. Rochester Young People Are Married at Winona. Winona, Minn., Aug. 8. Jesse I. Wheeler and Miss Grace Edith Tlli ott, two well known young people of Rochester, came to Winona to get married, but in applying for a license to the clerk of court here found the license must be secured in the county in which the bride resides. Accord ingly a license was telephoned for to be sent on from Rochester, and when couple were wedded, Rev. Rule officiating. Dr. F. M. LAND FRAUD ALLEGED. Homesteader Is Arrested and Charged With Perjury. Deadwood, S. D., Aug. 8. The question of land frauds is coming to the front in the Black Hills. Joseph Doody of Butte county has been ar rested on a charge of perjury as the result of investigation made by Spe cial Agent W. C. Hintze,. He was taken before Commissioner Charles Nelson at Deadwood, where he waived examination and gave bonds for his appearance at the next term of the United States court. LOVER UNTRUE GOES MAD. Pretty Young Woman Driven Insane by Minnesota Man's Actions. Sioux City, Iowa, Aug. 8. Insane because her lover, a young French man residing in Minnesota, had been unfaithful to her, Miss Louise Bernier of Salix, Iowa, a pretty French woman twenty-six years of age, was before the insanity commissioners here and wfts ordered taken to the Cherokee hospital for treatment. She has been living with a sister. Missing Woman Found. Sioux Falls, S. D., Aug. 8. The mystery surrounding the disappear ance from this city of Mrs. Bertha Bakken, the young wife of a farmer living near Baltic, twelve miles north of Sioux Falls, has been solved by the finding of the woman and her baby at the home of a farmer near Coleman, where she sought work. Fatal Gasoline Explosion. Appleton, Wis., Aug. 6.—A gasoline explosion at Dale yesterday fatally in jured John Runnington, Jr.» and se^ verely injured several others, destroy ing Frank Kuehnl's saloon by fire and damaging seteral other buildings Has Heavy Haifand Rain Storm. Flaxton, N. D., Aug. 6. A heavy rain and hailstorm yesterday after noon did much damage to crops in the vicinity of Foxholm, this county. It is estimated that nearly five inches of water fell. is v* "tM id r- How to Listen to Music. People often get intensely, excited in listening to music—letting their emotions run rampant and suffering in consequence a painful reaction of fatigue. If they would learn to yield so that the music could pass over their nerves as it passes of the strings of a musical instrument, and then, with the new lift and vigor derived from the enjoyment, would turn to some useful work, they would find a great expan sion in the enjoyment of the music as well as a new pleasure in the work If we enjoy good music and gloat over our personal pleasure in it, so to speak, it takes the life out of us. If welet the music carry us along instead of trying, in our excitement, to carry the music, it brings new life tto us.—Les lie's Monthly. NO SLEEP FOR MOTHER. Baby Covered With Sores and Scales —Could Net Tell What She Looked Like—Marve'ous Cure by Cuticura. "At four months old my baby's face and body were so covered with sores and large scales you could not tell what shfr looked like. No child ever had a worse case. Her face was being eaten away, and even her finger nails fell off. It itched so she could not sleep, and for many weary nights we could get no rest. At last we got Cuticura Soap and Ointment. The sores began to heal at once and she could sleep at night, and in one month she had not one sore on her face or body.—Mrs. Mary Sanders, 709 Spring St., Camden, N. J." Volunteers and Their Teeth., Some of the tests proposed verge upon the grotesque. The idea of elim inating every man whose teeth do not satisfy an exacting dentist might also have been borrowed from Gideon. One is accustomed to the idea that an army marches on its stomach it has been reserved for Mr. Arnold Forster to discover that it fights with its teeth.— Manchester Guardian. 1 Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottle of CARTOTUA, a safe and pure remedy lor infants and children, and Bee that it Bears the Signature of Is t/Bfc For Over 30 Years. The Kind Ton Have AlwayB Bought, Preferable. Casey—Let's take wan more dhrink and thin we'll all go home. Costigan—N-no, mon" Let's take two more dhrinks and forget that we bov homes.—Town Topics. FARMS FOR RENT OR SALE- ON CROP payments. J. MULHAL,L,. Sioux City. fa. Girls, it is better to marry a mfere man than to cherish an ideal and re main an old maid. A woman may be as old as she looks but she isn't always as young as she thinks she looks. CITC permanently cured. Wo ate or nerronsnewi after II first day'e noe ot Dr. KUne's Great Nerve Keetoiv fir. Bend for FBBAfi 88.OO trial bottle and treating &• H. Kline, Ltd.* 931 Arch Btreet, Philadelphia, fa- Time may be money, but it's much easier to make up for lost time than Joet money. War is the first thought, peace the last. Send postal for "Book of r.Tresents" Truths that Strike Home Tour grocer is honeBt and—if lie cares to do bo—can tell you that he knews very little about the bulk coffee he Bella you. How can he know, "where it originally came from, how it was blended—orWith pound of Pure Coffee. Insist upon getting the genuine. (Lion head on every package.) fSave the Lion-heads for valuable premiums.) SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE Send for KC right a way. It's purer and more efficient than any Bak ing Powder that costs three times as much. 25 oz. for 25c. PATENTS List of Patents Issued Last Week to Northwestern Inventors. Reported by Lothrop & Johnson, patent lawyers, 911 and 912 Pioneer Press building, St.. Paul, Minn-: Charles Cox, Carlton, Minn., manufacturing brick, etc. Eli Forrester, Bonesteel, S. D., garment supporter Harry Her rick, Owatonna, Minn., self-indexing ledger Jesse Holmes, Butte, Mont., dam Raymond Kimball, Millhank, S. D., governor for engines William Moran, Hopkins, Minn., return flue boiler Charles Nebinger, St. Paul, Minn combined tea and coffee pot. New Land of Romance. America is no longer the only coun try of unlimited possibilities- The ro mantic drama which began with the mutiny of the Potemkin in Odessa, and was continued in the harbor of Oonstantza, proves that nothing can be considered impossible in Russia.— Vienna Die Zet. Sot Piao's Cure in t.he best modicine .yre. over -used all affections of the throat and Huncs.—WM. O. Enjdsley, Yantra ren. Inci., Feb. ]0, 1900. Nordy—1 see they've now discovered a worm that infests paper money. Butts—What sort of a worm is it? Nord'y—A long, green affair.—Hous ton Chronicle. Ask Your Dealer tor Allen's Foot-Ease A powder. It rests the feet. Cures Swollen, Sore, Hot., Callous, Aching, Sweating Feet autl Ingrowing Nails. At all Druggists and Shoe stores. 25 cents. Accept no substitute. Sample mailed FREE. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, LeKoy, N. Y. Opens Her Eyes. "Mamma, does a girl have to get married to learn what love means?" "No when she. gets married she learns what, it doesn't mean "—Hous to os HEAVES CAN BE CURED. We h»V(' a guaranteed curt for IIEA VMS, COUGHS and C(9LI)S. Guaranteed to cure or in-oney refunded. One puckHpe l»y mall. (iOc: 12 pkgB. tiy exprofiB Willi written guarantee to cure, »f (K). Wilbur Stock Food Co., 118 Ed Street, Milwaukee,Wis. When business and pleasure are combined, business generally gets the worst end of the deal. —or when roasted? If you buy your coffee loose by the pound, how can you expect purity and uniform quality U0N COFFEE, LION COFFEE In each package of LION COFFEIp you get tbe LEADER OF ALL PACKAGE COFFEES, is of necessity uniform In quality, strength and flavor. For OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY, LION COFFEE bas been tbe standard coffee In millions of homes. I* carefully packed at our lactorles, an9 nntll opened in your home, has no chance ol being adul terated, or ot com inc In contact wllhdud, dirt, germs, or unclean hands. Do one full "WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo. Ohio. W I N C' E ft E "LEADER" AND "REPEATER" SHOTGUN SHELLS Carefully inspected shells, the best of powder, shot and wadding, loaded by machines which give invariable results account for the superior ity of Winchester "Leader" and "Repeater" Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells. Reliability, velocity, pattern and penetration are determined by scientific apparatus and practical experiments. They are E S E S E A I O N S S O O ESTABLISHED 187» assays Woodward & Co., GrainiCommissioiKv^ ORDERS FOR FUTURE DELIVERY EXECUTED EN AT/r, MARKET*. you know the secret of the Wave Circle Wonderful! Don't delay another day! TO***-* A11 grocers That's the Main Thing. Lawyer You can't bring against that man. Client—Why not? sg Lawyer—No action will lie. Client—But my witnesses will.-— I What If Your Druggist Bhonld handle tbe world*a greatest healer— DEAN'S KIM 8 CACTUS OIL 3f he cannot nupply you we will netid a 20*ounce bottle prepaid on receipt of SI.OO Sena for free copy of oar paper—the "Farmer'® Iiell auce OLNEY & NIcDAID, Clinton, Iowa* To treat Pimples and Blackheads, Red, Rough, Oily Complexions* gently smear the face with Cuti cura Ointment, the great Skin Cure, but do not rub. Wash off the Ointment in five minutes with Cuticura Soap and hot water, and bathe freely for some minutes. Repeat morning and evening. At other times use Cuticura Soap for bathing the face as often as agree able. No other Skin Soap so pure, so sweet, so speedily effective. Caticnr* 8o*p combtoea dettrate m«dlelaal Hent propextle* derived from Cuticura, tb« great 8Mbr Cure, withi tha purest of cle&nitog lugrtdleoU and tha BKMt refreshing of flower odor*. Two Soun In one at 4 price —namely, a Medicinal and Toilet Soap for Potior Drug Off-Matied! iy. a Drug* Cbem.Corp., Sole Props., Boston. LaUedFree, 4'How -?V •tAtfl »/r %jk Jaques Mfg. Co, Chicaeo Jt-v- to Freeerre, Purity, and B•aottfy.'* FOR WOMEN troubled with ills peculiar to their sex, used as a douche is marvefouslv sue* cessfsl. Thoroughly c3eanse», kills disease germs, stops discharges, heals inflammation and local soreness. Paxtine Is in powder form to be dissolved In part water, and is iar more cleansing, healing, eermicidu ana economical than liquid antiseptics for all TOILET AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL USES '1 For sale at druggists, 00 cents a box. I Trial Box and Book of Instructions Free, tut H. PAXTON COMPANY BOSTON, mam. $100 Weekly Easily Made 'writlug lieal tb and accldenUnBurancejexperieace an Thompson's Eye Water When Answering Advertisements Kindly Mention This Paper. S N -NO. 32— T905 isills A *\i -i: r» -1 a V,