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Escaped Terrors of Many Winters by 1 Using;, Pe-ru-na,. ",.', , : Isaac Brock, 120 Years ot Age. Mr. Isaac Brock, of McLennap county. Tex,, is an ardent friend to Peruna and speaks of it in the followincr terms: . "Dr. Hartman's remedy, Peruna, I ' have found to be the best, if not the only reliable remedy for COUGHS, COLDS, DATAKKli and diarrhea. "Peruna hat been my stand-by tor many yean, and I attribute my gooo health and my extreme age to thla remedy, it exactly meets all my re quirements. "I have come to rely upon it almost entirely for the many little things for which I need medicine. I believe it to be especially valuable to old people. " Isaac Brock,' WISCONSIN SEEDS TheT never fall. Let ub send you onr catalog. It la fritn and telli Tuu all farm and field seeds, that never disappoint you wnen nairebtviniBWJiuttB. Wisconsin Seed Growers' Ass'n, La Crosse, Wit. i and tells you all about Timetable, BURBANKED. Cecilia City What are you, doing? Cyrus Cornswoggle I'm pruning this apple tree. Cecilia City What will science do next? ' Going to grow prunes on an apple tree! , CLASS THAT HUBBY WAS IN. Possibly Wife Did Not Mean It Just That Way, But There It Was. A husl and wife -ran a freak show in I J'tain provincial town, but unfortunately they quarreled, and the exhibits were equally divided between them. The wife decided to continue business as an exhibitor at the old ad dress, but the husband went on tour. After some years' wandering the prodigal returned, and a reconciliation took place, as, the result of which they became business partners once more. A few mornings afterward the people of the neighborhood were sent into fits of laughter on reading the follow ing notice in the papers: "By the return of my husband, my stock of freaks has been permanently lr.srased." Meant the Other Way. Rear Admiral Sperry, commander-in-chief of the fleet returned from Its triumphant sail around the world, sometimes has serious spells of absent mlndedness. Several years ago he was talking with a group of fellow officers at the Naval War college at Newport, when one of them remarked that he had been ordered for duty on the Asiatic station. "Are you going to take your wife with you?" Admiral Sperry inquired. "No," the officer replied. "I think you are making a serious mistake," the admiral continued in positive terms. "I was out there in 1876 when an epidemic of cholera broke out, and hundreds of people died." Sunday Magazine. NEW IDEA Helped Wis. Couple. It doesn't pay to stick too closely to old notions of things. New ideas often lead to better health, success and hap piness. A Wis. couple examined an Idea new to them and stepped up several rounds on the health ladder. The husband writes: ' "Several years ago we suffered from coffee .drinking, were sleepless, nervous, sallow, weak and irritable. My wife and I both loved coffee and thought it was a bracer." (delusion.) "Finally, after years of suffering, we read of Postum and the harmfulness of coffee, and believing that to grow we should give some attention to new IdeaB, we decided to test Postum. J "When we made it right we liked It and were relieved of ills caused by coffee. Our" friends noticed the change fresher skin, steadier nerves, better ' temper, etc. "TheBe changes were not sudden, - but relief Increased as we continued to drink and enjoy Postum, and we lost the desire for coffee. "Many of our friends did not like Postum at first, because they did not ' make it right. But when they boiled Postum according to directions on pkg until it was dark and rich, they liked it better than coffee and were benefited by the change." "There's a Reason." , Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to Well vllle" In pkgs. Etm read the bova letter A new one appear from time to time. The? are areaaine, tre, ami fall of fcamaa .latere!. . GOV. IIASKELLL MUST RETURN THE PAPERS COURT ORDERS RETURN OF PA- PERS TAKEN FROM MAC- i REYNOLDS. FAILED TO SHOW A CONSPIRACY Documents Were Taken Because They N Were Believed to Contain Mat ter Relative to Damage Suit Against Hearst. Guthrie, Okla., March 2. Scott Mac Reynolds of Brooklyn, N. V., the per sonal representative of William R Hearst, in the Logan 'county court here yesterday, gained a complete vic tory over Governor Charles N. Haa kell. in his suit to compel the gover nor to return to him certain papers slised at the instance of the governor Judge Strang, who presided, handed down a lengthy decision holding that the writ of search and seizure issued under an affidavit signed by Governor Haskell, alleging that MacReynolds had In his possession papers which he Intended to publish, thereby libeling the governor, was without sufficient fact to justify the action of the off! cers. and orderd that the papers and other property of Mr. MacReynolds be returned to him. In referring to the writ, Judge Strang said: The Judge's Opinion. "It does not rise to the dignity of a showing calculated to satisfy the court that a crime Is being committed by the defendant, such a showing as the law reaulres before the security guaran teed by the constitution against search and seizure shall be disturbed, for while it states that the defendant has consDred, or is conspiring, it also shows that the affiant does not know any specific or definite person with whom he has conspired or is consplr Inc. and this allegation is not followed by any alleged facts to support the allegation of conspiracy; neither does it nresent any facts as a foundation as to what follows on Information and belief that the defendant has in his nossesslon any papers with the intent to publish the same, or otherwise use them as the means of libeling affiant." Continuing, the court held that the "writ Itself Is bad." In Court's Custody. Owing to an agreement reached sev eral weeks ago, the papers of Mr. Mac Reynolds will remain in the custody of the court until the attorneys for the governor have decided just what ac tion will be , taken to continue the case in the higher courts. MacReynolds was not In court, hav lne been released on the personal guar antee of Judge Burford that he would be produced In court at any time de manded. It was for the purpose of securing alleged evidence which Hearst was stated to be preparing to use in de fense of the $500,000 suit instituted by Governor Haskell that the arrest of MacReynolds, together with the writ of search and seizure, was Issued. Booth Gives Bond. Chicago, March 2. W. Vernon Booth, president of A. Booth & Co., and P. R. Robblns, former assistant treasurer of the company, who were indicted Jointly last Saturday on a charne of conspiracy to defraud the Continental National bank out of $300,. 000, gave bonds for $25,000 and $15,000 respectively yesterday. "Salome" Dancer Enjoined by Court. Kansas City. Mo., March 2 An In junction was granted late yesterday afternoon restraining Gertrude noir- man, the actress, from giving her ver sion of the "Salome" dance or any similar dance at a local theater. She Is also restrained from singing her "I Don't Care" song. Thft order was granted by Judge Porterfleld of the circuit court here, on untlnn was brought In the name of the 'state. It is believed the minis ters of the city are behind the cru- anria. Miss Hoffman's' engagement hrp excited unusual criticism on . ac count of the revival now being con ducted here by "Gypsy" Smith. "THE MARRYING SQUIRE." Justice George E. Law Has Broken All Records. George E. Law, Justice of the Peace, 13 Franklin St., Brazil, Ind., is known far and wide as the "Marrying -Squire," from the fact that he has mar ried more couples A 1 -it aJM Jfjy clal in Indiana. Judge (jlr wrote a letter "WT)nr In 1906. recommend ing Doan's Kidney Pills, which he said had made a bad back well, enabled him to sleep bet ter nights and feel more fit for work. The treatment also cleared up the urine. On January 5, 1909, Judge Law confirmed his previous testimony. "I have recommended this remedy to many people since I first used it," said he, Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo, N. Y. VROUGH 8TUFFING. run i . J Jkf The Tiger It was bad enough to be cut off In my prime, but to be stuffed by an amateur taxidermist is really too hard to bear! HAD AWFUL WEEPING ECZEMA, Face and Neck Were Raw Terrible Itching, Inflammation and Soreness All Treatments failed. Cuticura Proved a Great 8uccess. "Eczema began over the top of my ear. It cracked and then began to spread. I had three different doctors and tried several things, but they did me no good. ' At last one side of my face and my neck were raw. The water ran out of it so that I had to wear medicated cotton, and It was so Inflamed and sore that I. had to put a piece of cloth over my pillow to keep the water from it, and It would stain the cloth a sort of yellow. The ec- zemaitchodsothat it seemed as though I could tear my face all to pieces, Then I began to use the Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and It was not more than three months before it was all healed up. Miss Ann Pearsons, North- field, Vt., Dec. 19, 1907." Potter Drug ft Cbem. Corp, Sole Props., Boston. Added a Savina Clause. A eood old deacon in Connecticut was very pious and very fond of clams. When once upon a time ne at tended a Rhode Island clam-bake he overtaxed his capacity and was sore ly distressed. But his faith In prayer was unabated. Leaving the party ana going down on his knees behind i tree, he was heard to supplicate "Forelve me. O Lord, this great sin of gluttony. Restore my health, and I will never eat any more clams. Then after a Judicious pause: "Very few, if any. Amen." LEWIS' "SINGLE BINDER." A hand-made cigar fresh from the table, wrapped in foil, thus keeping fresh until smoked. A fresh cigar made of good tobacco is the ideal smoke. The old, well cured tobaccos used are so rich In quality that many who formerly smoked 10c cigars now smoke Lewis' Single Binder Straight 6c. Lewis' Single Binder costs the dealer some more than other 5c cigars, but the higher price enables this fac tory to use extra quality tobacco. There are many Imitations; don't be fooled. There is no substitute! Tell the dealer you want a Lewis "Single Binder." Was a Lucky Day for England. Admiral Nelson was the recipient of favoritism in the matter of his ap pointment to the British naval serv ice. Nelson's father could not have af forded to send his son to Osborne. "But If he had been Nelson would have' been rejected as physically un fit," says a writer. "Nelson was shoveled Into the navy under a bit of Jobbery and pushed on by backdoor Influence." ' How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward for any at Catarrh that cannot be cured br Ball' Catarrk Cure, F. J. CHENEY CO., TOIMO, O. We. the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney tor the last It years, and believe him perfectly hoik orable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by bla Arm. WALMNO, KINNAN MARVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O, Hall's Catarrh Cure a taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 71 cents per Dottle. Hold Dy all Druggist. rase Hairs iamiiy puis lor constipation. Harvester Co. Pays Fine of $13,702 Topeka. Kon March 2. The Inter- tn-n1 TTnpuAofar rnmnflnv VPStfir- rmuuuai , v . 1 . dav nald o R. L, Thomas, clerk of the Shawnee county district court. .13.702. the fine and costs assessed nn-nlnst the company by Judge A. W. Dana for violating the, anti-trust laws. Prisoner In Jail Break Furniture. Tulsa, Okla., March 2. Twenty-four hours of mutlnlty among prisoners mnfined In the county jail here ceased yesterday when the sheriff and his deputies with four of the most un ruly prisoners left for Oklahoma City, where the men will be held for safe keeping. The mutiny was due to an order placing the prisoners on half rations . . . mat . as punishment tor cursing we uiuc-sni. The nrlsoners destroyed the, bunks and broke dishes and windows. Many a fellow who tells a girl he would lay down his life for her is afraid to take a chance by breaking the news to her father. PILES CrKED IN O TO 14 DATS. PAZO OINTMENT Is gun ran toed to cure anv rase of itching;, Blind, Bleeding; or Protruding Pile Id 6 to U days or money refunded. Wo. Tell a married man be doesn't look It and he will be terribly flattered. Mr, Wlnalow'l Soothing; Ryrop. . , Tor children teething, softens the gurus, reduces h 11 animation, allays palu, cures wind oollu. 260 a bottle. Our, powers owe much of their en ergy to our hopes. Johnson. VESTERN CMOi'S SPLEKDID CROP YIELD FOR 1908. AMERICANS PROFITED LARGELY AND 8END BACK SATISFAC TORY REPORT8. The census branch of the Depart' ment of Agriculture, Ottawa, Canada, has completed its returns of the show ing of Western Canada's grain yield for 1908, and the reports make very Interesting reading. In the three prov. lnces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, which comprise what may be known as Central Canada, there was a total wheat yield of about 107,000,000 bushels, worth to the farmer about $85,000,000; in addition to this the oat, barley and flax crops were worth an other $35,000,000. Letters have been received from many of the settlers from the United States. From these, that of Rev. Oscar L. King has been selected. He lives In the vicinity of Edmonton, Alberta, and what he says will be of interest to those who con template moving to Central Canada, Every line of the letter is interesting, Those who wish for the particulars as to how to secure homesteads and pre emptions should write any Canadian Government agent. Mr. King says "Mr. M. V. Mclnnnes, Detroit, Mlcb igan: I am well satisfied with Al berta. This country offers excellent opportunities for anyone to make a good home for himself and family if he is willing to put up with a few hard knocks for the first two or three years. But it is worth a few hard knocks to get a 160-acre farm of rich productive land with no mortgage on it. This province is well fitted for grains, stock raising and dairying. We have found the climate generally healthful, more healthful than Mich igan, and although 'the thermometer sometimes drops to 40 degrees below zero In w.inter, yet we do not seem to feel that temperature any more than we did 5 or 10 degrees below zero in Michigan. We like the winters. "The Government takes great inter est in the education of the people and quickly aids the settlers in establish lng schools where they are called for, The schools, though graded differently than those In the States, are efficient and advancing, Our great drawback has been the limited and inadequate railway facilities, but new roads are being rapidly built and many more are projected through various parts of the province. The new policy of the Alberta government to construct a great many branch lines throughout the province will greatly help all parts of the country. If those new settlers who have to go back a considerable distance from existing railroads and towns to find free homesteads will but locate along the line of a project' ed railroad they will In two or three years be near both town and railroad. When I first came to this country three and a half years ago the home- stead I took was 75 miles from a rail road town; now there Is a railroad 25 miles north, another 25 miles south, and a third is being built through my neighborhood. "I think the prairie country or coun try that is partly prairie offers much better opportunities than the hilly portions." Should Have Looked for Elephant, A sailor enters a livery-stable to hire a horse for the day to take some friends into the country. The proprie tor has one brought out for inspection, and begins: "There's a beauty for you! Small head, clean legs, short back" "Short back be blowed! We want one with a long back. It's to carry nine." EmDortant to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it Signature (&ypfflfo In' Use For Over 30 Years. The Kind You Have Always Bought Seems But Yesterday. "I heard a girl say to-day that the Trilby craze was before her time. She was grown, too." "What's the answer?" "We are growing old, my boy. We are growing old." If It's Your Eye Use Pettit's Eye Salve. for inflammation, stye, itching lids, eye ached, detects ol vision and sensitivity to strong- lights. AH drueirists or Howard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y. If one-half the world doesn't know how the other half lives, It ought to be informed that the process is the simple one of not paying its bills, Trv tllft Vnfnrnl In-rn lira Cln T-fi tAA Tab f T overcomes constipation and regulates liver and kidneys. Samples sent upon request. Garfield Tea Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. A woman wouldn't mind being poor so much if all her acquaintances were Just a little poorer.. For relieving Couphs, Asthma and Bron chitis "Brown's Bronchial Troches" are effective. 25 cents a box. RHinnlea fr. John I. Brown & Son,. Boston, Mass. Even In fishing for husbands It Is generally the big ones that get away. IP TOU USB BALI, BLUE. Get Red Cross Ball Blue, the best Ball Blue. Large 2 oa. package only S cents. Silence isn't always golden. Some times it is an admission of guilt. , Red, Weak, Werr, Watery Eye Relieved by Murine iSy Remedy. Com pounded by Experienced Physicians. Mu rine Doesn't Smart; Soothes pye Pain. Write Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago, for Illustrated Eye Book. At DrugglnU. Deserves Censure, A Boston woman is charged with throwing a pie in her husband's face. That's a fine way to waste piel ONLY OUT? "BBOMO QUININE." Triat Is LAXATIVH HltOMO QU1N1NB. Lu for the slicnatiire of K. W. GROW). Used the World urer u Cure s. Cold Is One Liar, 26a. About the easiest thing In the world for some people to make is a break. FELLOW CLOTHES ARB UNSIGHTLY. Keep them white with Red Cross Ball Blue. Ml grocers tell large 2 oi. package, S cents. Life does not make us, we make life. Kavanagh. If Tonr Feet Ache or Barn get a 36c packue of Allen's Font-Base. It gives quick relief. Two million packages sold early. Faith is obedience, not confidence. Macdonald. mem SICK HEADACHE Positively cured by these Little Pills. m xaey aieo relieve jjis L J ITI F tress from Dyspepsia, In If llfr-n digestlonandTooHearty II ly kD Eating. A perfect rem- I I ) i edy for Dizziness, Nan- II PILLSe aea. Drowsiness, Bad ff Taste in the Mouth, Coat- r 1 ed Tonsme, Pain in the lam., TORPID LIVER. They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. CARTER'S CARTERS OlTTlE IflVER III PILLS. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. HI Western Canada the Pennant Winner "ThcLastDcsH7c5t'r The government e. Canada now gives to every actual set tier 160 acres of , wheat-tiro wind . land free and an f , additional 160 acres ; at $3.00 an acre.' The 300,000 contented ' American-settlers making their homei in Western Canada is the best evidence of the superiority of that country. They are becoming rich, growing from 23 to 50 bushels wheat to the acre; 60 to 110 bush els oats and 45 to 60 bushels barley, be sides having splendid herds of cattle raised on the prairie grass. ' Dairying is an im- . portant industry. The crop of IMS still keeps Western Canada , In the lead. The world will toon look to It as its food-producer. "The thing which most Impressed us was the ' magnitude of the country that Is available for Siricultural purposes." HutioneU Editorial ' muymimu, m. Low railway rates, good schools and churches, markets convenient, prices the highest, climate perfect. Lands are for sale by Railway and Land Com. panles. Desorlptlve pamphletsand maps sent free, for railway rates and other Information apply to Superintendent of Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, off the authorised Canadian UoTemment Agent: i.s.curoiD. (Is. 12) W. Xlnta Street. City. Hooper's Don'tScratch (Tetter Cure) 18 ,0,d bv druggist cvciywiicrcuu aputuiivw guarantee to cure Dan druff and all Scalp Troubles, Tetter, Ecze ma, Itch, Ringworm, Chapped, Sunburned Face and Hands, Pirn pies.Itching Piles, Sore, Sweaty, Blistered Feet, Cuts, and all Irritations of the Skin. Does not stain, grease or blister. Two Sizes, 50c and $1 bottles. Trial Size 10c. Either mailed direct on receipt of price. HOOPER MEDICINE CO., Dallas, Texas, and Jersey City, N. J. DR. McINTOSH celebrated NATURAL UTERINE SUPPORTER gires Immediate relief. Sold by all surgical instru ment dealers and leading druggists In United States ft Canada. Catalog ft price Hut wnt on application. THH HASTlNtiff ft MrlNTOSH THLHS 00.. 12 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa., manufacturers of trusses and sole makers of the genuine stamped " MCINTU8B " Supporter. TEXAS STATE LAND Million 8 of acres of school land to be sold by the Btate, ll.W to 16.110 per acre; only one-fortieth cash and 40 years time on balance; three per cent inter est: only 112.1)0 cash for 160 acres at 13.00 per acre, tlreatestopponunlty; good agricultural land; send 60 cents for Book of lnstructiohsand New Btate Law. J. J. Hnrdur, School anft Locator, HO 0 h BU, Austin, Tel. Reference. Austin National Eank, r f For Lame Back An aching back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloan's Liniment This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters. It penetrates -without rubbing through the skin and muscu lar tissue right to the bone, quickens the blood, relieves congestion, and gives permanent as well as temporary relief. Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00. Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass., U- S. A. Sloan's book on hones, eattle, aheep and poultry gent free. PINKEYE for iffir wtm-i DISTIMPER CATARRHAL FEVER AND ALL NOSE AMD THROAT DISEASES Cures the sick and acta a a prerentlve for others. Liquid (tlren'oo , he tongue. Safe for brood mares and all othera. Bent kidney remedy; 60 oents and II .00 a bottle; 16.00 and 110.00 the doten. Sold by all drngglsta and hnrM moll hniiBAa. ne mnt ,,.,, k. .uA . , . , - f -. gnw, ,ui auauuinciurwB, SPOHN MEDICAL CO rUmU'. r.ncurw ivnt am a .WiilliF III Because of those ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Use "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER, a price, SI. OO, retail.