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w. A. SHEAR, Pub. J. H. KANE, Mgr. WIBAUX, y MONTANA NfWS Of WHKjSUMHARIZfDl IMPORTANT EVENTS AT HOME AND ON FOREIGN SHORES BRIEFLY TOLD. Washington. Tito battleship Minnesota has boon 1 unaed over to the government !>> her builders. The new Iwttleship Vermont has been placed in commission at the Charleston navy yard. Senor Don Ramon Pina, the new Spanish minister to the United States, has arrived in Washington. Ool. Albert E. Tower, assistant pay master general, has been placed on the retired list of the army on his own application, after more than thirty, two years' service. The senate adopted a joint resolu tion authorising Admiral McCalla to accept a medal from the king of Great Britain and tln» decoration of the Or der of the Eagle from the emperor of Germany. H. B. McDonald, chief clerk and par liamentarian of the United States sen ate, died in Washington. He had also been employed as journal clerk. This position had also been held by his father and grandfather. Congress has passed a resolution ordering the printing of a new 250, OW edition of the book on "The Dis uses of the Horse," which for several years has held the most popular place among government publications. Personal. Signer Gallo, the Italian minister of justice, died of syncope. Samuel H. Laethe, an octogenarian and reputed millionaire, died at his home in St. Louis. Ada L. Howard, first president of Wellesley college, died from pneumo nia at Brooklyn, N. Y. Dr. J. R. Foster, one of the host known dentists in Wisconsin, died at his home In La Crosse. J. C. Bcseksmit, one of the pioneers in railroad building in Iowa, died at his home in Cedar Rapids. Floyd K. Whittemore, former state treasurer of Illinois and prominent in politics for many years, died at Spring field, HI. John "W. A. Scott, probably the old est artist of note in the country, died at his home in Cambridge, Mass. He was ninety-two years of age. Mrs. Musicdore Morgan Sayre, sister of United States Senator Morgan, died at Montgomery, Ala., aged ninety years. She had been a resident of Montgomery for seventy-five years. Mrs. Francis Paca Peter, aged nine ty-one, died at her home about seven seven inijes from Lexington, Ky. She became angry at the people of Lexing ton before the war and vowed t.hat v she would never visit the place again. She kept her vow and has not been in Lex ington for forty years. She was a ret Foreign. Eighty-five persons have been bur ied by a landslide of about fifteen square miles on the mountain side, near Sedrata. The resignation of Gov. Swetten ham of Jamaica has become an ac complished fact, and he will leave the island as soon as his affairs can he ar ranged. Fire broke out in the officers' quar tors at Oamn Columbia, near Havana. Two bouses, occupied by sixty-five officers, were destroyed. Lieut. Wil helm and two privates sustained in juries. The ketch Esmeralda, with a large quantity of gunpowder on board, was towed into Holyhead, Wales. She was found drifting in the Irish channel iu the path of the American liners. Her appearance suggested the hurried de parture of the crew. Advices from Central China report famine conditions becoming worse. Middle-aged women are being sold for from $10 to $15 and children for $3 to $4. Complaints have been made that officials are delaying shipping of flour sent by the foreign relief committee. Beckman Winthrop, governor of Porto Rica, has announced his ap pointment as assistant secretary of the treasury at Washington. This news came as a surprise and the gov ernor received a number of telegrams expressing regret at his departure. Criminal. Robert G. GUI, a Cleveland broker, was fined $350 for operating a bucket shop for women. [The Missouri supreme court sen tenced six men convicted of murder to he hanged on April 18. Mrs. Nathalie Dole Latham commit ted suicide in Paris. Mrs. Latham was an American and was known in Paris and New York as a portrait artist. Mrs. Minnie Sherman, a wealthy widow, was found dead in her home at Cleveland under circumstances point ing to murder. The police are work ing on the theory that the woman was <1 rugged with poison and robbed. Former Senator Joseph R. Burton of Kansas will be released on March 22 from the jail at Ironton, Mo., where lie is serving a six-month sentence for practicing before the postofflee de partment as attorney for an alleged get-rich-quick company of St. Louis. His six months' term is shortened thirty days for good behavior. HOME ATTACKS THAW AND WIFI SAYS HUMMEL WILL SWEAR EVE LYN TOLD HIM THAW HAD WHIPPED HER. WHITt NEVER BETRAYED HER COURT ADJOURNS EARLY TO AL LOW DELMAS TO FRAME A REPLY. New York. .March 15.—After a fore noon session occupied almost entirely by District Attorney Jerome in a bit ter denunciation of the defendant and his wife, the trial of Harry K. Thaw for the murder of Stanford White was adjourned shortly after 12 o'clock yes terday until this morning. The prose cutiug attorney found his opportunity to attack Thaw and Evelyn Nesbit in arguing on the question of the admis sibility of the testimony which Abra ham Hummel, the lawyer who is under indictment for subornation of perjury in the Dodge-Morse divorce case, has to offer. Delmas to Frame Reply. It was to enable Dolphin M. Delmas, leading coans^J for the defense, to con, stilt authorities and frame a reply to Mr. Jerome, and also to allow the lat ter an opportunity of completing the hypothetical question which he is to put to his experts that the early ad journment was ordered. Mr. Jerome said he hoped to close the rebuttal for the people this evening. Thaw Whipped Evelyn. During his argument yesterday the district attorney asserted that Hum mel would swear Evelyn Nesbit told him three days after her return from Europe, in 1903 that Thaw had beaten her cruelly because she would not sign papers lie had prepared, falsely accus ing Stanford White of having drugged and betrayed her. .M.r. Jerome con tended that she had told much more; that Thaw seemed bent upon putting Stanford White In the Penitentiary; that the statement that White had betrayed her was not true; that Stan ford Whitt had never harmed her. and that Thaw was consumed with rage when she refused to sign and swear to the papers containing "lies against Stanford White." "These things were put in the form of an affidavit," declared Mr. Jerome, "and that affidavit was subscribed to by Evelyn Nesbit when she knew what she was doing and what the paper con tained. Delmas Objects. "Thus," he concluded, "the jury may infer from her own statements after her return from Europe in 190:', wheth er or not she had within two months of that time told this defendant the things she said she did." Dr. Delmas objected to Hummel as a witness on the ground that his testi mony had to do with the truth of falsi ty of Mrs. Thaw's narration, and was not permissible tinder the rules of evi dence. He will proceed with his argu ment to-day. SELLS WYOMING RANCH. Arbuckle Says Uncle Sam Has Taken Pasturage. Cheyenne. Wyo., March 15. — John Arbuckle. the New York coffin king, has ordered the manager of his big "P. O." ranch, containing 55,000 acres and lying north of this city, to be sold at once, together with the stock, which consists of $125,000 worth of cattle and horses. The sale is due to the recent action .of the federal government in forcing Arbuckle to tear down forty-five miles of fences erected on .government, lands, and in the absence of a land leasing law Arbuckle has no place to range libs live stock. Arbuckle has been offered $300,000 for the property. BEAT WITH EAR TRUMPET. Wife Asking Divorce, Declares Aged Husband Treated Her Cruelly, Chicago, March 15.—Averring that her husband, to whom she was mar ried before the war, beat her most un mercifully on occasions, and even at times resorted to his ear trumpet as an instrument of torture and lavished many painful whacks upon her person, Mrs. Julia Dawson, sixty-five years old, tiled a bill for divorce in the cir cuit court. WEDS HER DEFENDER. Woman's Midnight Marriage in bourt Follows Murder Trial. Shreveport, La., March 15.—At mid night last night, in the court room whore he had five minutes before been declared not guilty of murder, Lee Brock was married to Mrs. Hattie Kel ly, the woman In defense of whose reputation he did the killing which caused the trial. » Duel Likely to Follow. Paris, March 15.—Heri Rochefort, the well known editor of the In transigeant, and Michael Pelletier, a lawyer, probably will fight a duel in consequence of an exchange of re criminations in the law courts. Storm Does Heavy Damage. Marietta, Ohio, March 15.—Marietta was yesterday visited by one of the worst electrical storm in years. Over two inches of rain fell, small streams overflowing their banks and the dam age will be heavy. SOUTH DAKOTA TOWNS CUT Off MECKLING AND GAYVILLE ARE ISOLATED BY THE HEAVY FLOOD. Vermillion, R. D„ March 13. — Nd communication with Meckling or Gay ville could be secured last night by telephone or telegraph. All the Hues are down. The wate is still pouring into Ver million river on both sides of the rail road track at terrific speed. A gorge formed in the Vermillion river yester day afternoon and threatened the sur rounding .territory, but Engineer De Witte and a force of men opened it by blasting. The Vermillion river is run ning bank full. The last report from Meckling indi cates that the streets must now be submerged. The engineer and men will start out in boats to-day with 500 pounds of powder for the Missouri riter gorge, seven miles southwest of this city. Three feet of water stands on the lowlands of Gayville and east of the Vermillion bluffs. The slough running north to Gayville is overflowing, tha water now standing in one Gayville street. KEPT IN LINE FOR WEEKS. Land Seekers Rewarded at Duluth — Big Fork Valley Tracts Opened. Duluth, March 13.—The land office was thrown open at 9 o'clock yester day to a long line of settlers, which had been forming in the federal build ing for nearly three weeks. When the doors were opened 12C set tlers were in line waiting to file. The opening was very orderly, no attempt being made to rush the doors. The settlers filed in order of position in the line. Alphonse Bergeron and Albert, H. Fisher of Chisholm got the first two claims. The town opened yesterday was town C3, range 21. The adjoining town of town C3. range 22. will he opened to-day. The land is a rich farming country in the Big Fork valley TWO FIRES IN BRAINERD. Hotel Is Badly Damaged and Machine Warehouse Destroyed. Brainenl, Minn.. March 13. Drain erd was visited by two dang"ons tires at 1 he same time yesterday. Mrs. Thomas H. Bear, wit* of the proprietor of ilu- Rainslord hotel, dropped a caudle in Hie closet- of hot apartments, setting tire to ln-r cloth ing. The fire department succeeded in subduin g Ills' ft aim s aft-'i a stubborn fight of over 1' vo hours. Tl :t loss Is estimat ed at $3 6,00'). Whits the Hr v was at its worst W. W. Holst's ii gricultural 1 uachinei y wai lisi ise was discovered w rapped in llamt r. It was a total loss. Loss $10 P!C .KEREL ATTACKS MAN. While Struggle ng m Water Big Fish Lacera tes His Legs. Ft. P • ■ter. Mi nn.. Marcti 1 3. White he ehm g to a s iri i of thin ic (f) save him?-1; from -i • owning, C. ' ,Y Ausen bamn, ii i liaro- s: smoker at Ely , .-dan, was attache .1 by a Inigo picker el, which rushed at him through ttie water and in spite of the 1 ;:i av> --lot hiii; :• he wore liieeratt ■it Iris if •-s. Wire. i Mr. Ai iseubaum me' i with tits strange advent tire ho was crossing Lake Ely sum on foot. THEFT VICTIM PROFITS. Grocer Gets S75 From Anonymous Writer for $25 in Goods Stolen. St. Cloud, Minn., March 13.—"This is in payment for goods stolen," was the burden of a note wrapped about $75 in currency which was found at the Hillebrand grocery store when it was opened in the morning. About a week ago a thief broke into the grocery Store and stole goods amounting to about $25. MISSTEP IS FATAL. City Surveyor, Groping Way in Dark ness, Falls Down Sairs. Menomonie, Wis., March 13.—Daniel W. Wade, county and city surveyor, is dead as the result of a fall sustained at the Union house, where he hoarded. It appears that Wade arose during the night to get a glass of water, and miss ing his way in the darkness fell down a stairway. END OF YEAR AT FARM SCHOOL. -r Commencement Exercises Will Begin Sunday. St. Paul, March 13. — The farm school annual commencement exer cises will begin next Sunday after noon and continue until Wednesday afternoon. Invitations Bre being sent out by the members of the class. There are ninety-six members of the class this year. Coal Gas Kills Bne. Devils Lake, N. D., March 13.—Ray Bright was asphyxiated and several others had narrow escapes from a similar fate as the result of coal gas escaping from a defective stove in a boarding house here. Delirious Man Killed by Cars. St. Paul, March 13.—Robert O. Glan, ville, a patient at the city hospital, es caped last night, clad in his nightgown, ran two blocks and was killed by a passenger train as he was crossing the railway tracks. Blaze in Hudson Church. Hudson, Wis., March 13.—Fire broke out in the Baptist church in this city while the Young People's society was In session. The flames were extin guished before the fire department ar rived. VALUABLE FORMULA WELL-KNOWN AUTHORITY CLAIMS IT IS MOST EFFECTIVE. Cays It Will Break Up a Cold in 24 Hours and Cure Any Cough That Is Curable—Inexpensive. A noted authority on diseases of the throat and lungs, who established a camp for consumptives in the Pino Woods of Maine, and whoso remark able cures there have attracted great attention froth the medical world, says that his entire treatment consisted of fresh air, nourishing food and the Pure Virgin Oil"of the White Pino Trees mixed with Whisky and Glycerine, in the following proportions: Virgin Oil of Pine (Pure).. ^ oz. Glycerine .................. 2 " Good Whisky .............. 8 " Used in teaspoonful doses every four hours. It is claimed that the above mixture will heal and strengthen the lungs, break up a cold in twenty-four hours, and cure any cough that is curable. The ingredients can be secured from any good prescription druggist at small cost and can be easily mixed in your own home. Inquiry at the prescription depart ment of a leading local pharmacy elicited the information that Virgin Oil of Pine (Pure) is put up only in half-ounce vials for dispensing. Each vial is securely- sealed in a round wooden case with engraved wrapper with the name—Virgin Oil of Pine (Pure); guaranteed under the Food and Drug Act, June 30, 1906. Pre pared only by Leach Chemical Co,. Cin cinnati, O.—plainly printed thereon. Only the cheaper Oils are sold in bulk, but these produce nausea, aud never effect the desired results. His Experience. "After all," said the philosopher. 'The real joy of a thing is in the an ticipation of it." "Well," replied llenpeck, "if there's any joy in matrimony that must be it." In a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE. A powder. It cures painful, smart ing, nervous feet and ingrowing nails. It's the greatest comfort discovery of the age. Makes new shoes easy. A certain cure for sweating feet. Sold by all Druggists. 25c. Accept no sub stitute. Trial package, FREE. Ad dress A. S. Olmsted, Lc Roy, N. Y. A Relative. During our last election 1 listened to a colored man who was trying to swear In his vote. He had a friend aong as a witness. "Is this man related to yon?" asked the judge. "In what way is he related to you'."' continued the judge. "His wife do ma washiu', sail." HIS DELAYED MESSAGE. Tenant Had Taken the Matter Into His Own Hands. The tenant faced the landlord with a determined look. "The man you let into the vacant suite last week," he said, "plays the flute." "Does he play much?" "No; he only plays, a little. He plays a great deal of the time, but he only plays a little." "You mean that he's a poor player." "I mean that he's a player with poor taste. Any flutist that gets up at 2 o'clock in the morning and tootles out scales and things isn't much on taste, to my way of thinking.' "I'll have to have a talk with him," said the landlord. "It's no use," sighed the tenant. "He won't listen to you." "We'll soon find out about that," said the landlord, as he reached for his hat. "It's no use, I tell you," responded the tenant. "Him and me had a fight last night an' I broke his flute an' he moved out this morning. That's what I came in to tel) you." — Cleveland Plain Dealer. t THE WHOLE FAMILY. Mother Finds a Food for Grown-Ups and Children as Well. Food that can be eaten with relish and benefit by the children as well as the older members of the family, makes a pleasant household commod ity. Such a food is Grape-Nuts. It not only agrees with and builds up chil dren, but older persons who, from bad habits of eating, have become dyspep tic. A Phila. lady, after being benefited herself persuaded her husband to try Grape-Nuts for stomach trouble. She writes: "About eight years ago I had a se vere attack of congestion of stomach and bowels. From that time on, I had to be careful about eating, as nearly every kind of food then known to me, seemed to cause pain. "Four years ago I commenced to use Grape-Nuts. I grew stronger and better, and from that time I seldom have been without it; have gained in health and strength and am now heav ier than I ever was. "My husband was also in a bad eru dition—his stomach became so weak that he could eat hardly anything with comfort. I got him to try Grape nuts, and he soon found his stomach trouble had disappeared. "My girl and boy, 3 and 9 years old, do not want anything else for break fast but Grape-Nuts, and more healthy children cannot be found." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read the little booklet, "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs. "There's a reason." PLENTY OF NITROGEN LEFT. Supply From the Atmosphere Alone Practically Inexhaustible. It has been estimated that in France alone the amount of nitrogen yearly taken from the soil is 600,000 tons, and not much more than one-half of this is returned to the soil in stable manure. Let it he assumed, for the purpose of argument, that these coun trics employing nitrogenous fertil izers use during each year 5,000,000 tons of nitrogen. This seems to be a fairly liberal es timate judging from the above figure regarding France, and the fact that •luring 1905 1,500,000 tons of nltrnte of soda were employed throughout the world. On this basis it. is easily seen that, there is no danger of impover ishing the atmosphere, for the atmos pheric pressure at sea level corre sponds to about eleven pounds of ni trogen a square inch, or say 1,500 pounds a square foot, or 2,0000,000 tons a square mile. Each square mile of the earth's sur face has above it enough nitrogen to supply the entire world for five years on the basis assumed above and since the,entire surface of the earth is not much short of 200,000,000 square miles the world can go on abstracting nitro gen at this rate for about 1,000,000 years before reducing the quantity iu the atmosphere one-tenth per cent. A Rare Complaint. "Isn't it strange," asks the man, "that so many men, after years ot ruthless commercial practices, pi racies. one might almost say. after they have climbed to the very pinnacle of success, should have softening o! thi' brain?" "1 would'•be stranger yet. infinitely "anger." replies the man with the corrugated brow, "if ,.ny of them ever had softening of the heart."- Puck. Real Honor. Uich uncles may count, with some degree of confidence, on having babies named for them, but only the really tremendous fellows can hope to have dogs named for them. England's Automobile Work, About $<1,0,000,000 is a present in vested in England hi the manufacture of motor wagons. About 250,00# men are employed in them as chauffeurs, etc., and their wages aggregate $75,* 000,000 a year. A MID-WINTER VERDICT. "Bright Sunshine All Winter," Is What a Western Canada Lady Says. Maidstone, Sask., Canada, Feb. 4* 1907. C. .1. Broughton. Esq., Canadian Government Agent, Chicago, 111. Dear Sir: Being so well pleased with Canada vte wish my father and brother to come bore. Will you please send them reading matter on Canada. We have been here nearly a year and are delighted with this country. We have lived in Illinois, Iowa, and Michigan and we find Canada away ahead of any of them. We have had bright sunshine all winter so far, only two nice, easy snow storms. If it was not all right you know I would not want my father and brother to come here, hut we think it is grand. Yours truly, (Signed) MRS. ED. TROUPE. Farmyard Gossip. First Rooster—Some of these humans are fearfully inconsiderate! Second Rooster—I should say! Two of them have just been standing in front of me discussing which was th« best, the white or the black meat. FEW KNOW THIS. Gives Simple Home Prescription and Directions to Use. A well-known specialist is authority that Kidney and Bladder Troubles of all kinds are in nearly every instance readily relieved by taking a few doses of the following simple home-made mixture: Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three ounces. The dose is a teaspoonful after meals and at bedtime. These ingredients can be obtained at any good pharmacy, and are mixed by shaking well in a bottle. Victims of Kidney, Bladder and Urinary diseases of any kind should not hesitate to make this pre scription up and try it. It comes high ly recommended and doesn't cost mucl) to prepare. Handicapped. Nan—Archie proposed last night, did he? I suppose you snapped your fing ers at him, as you always said you would. Fan—I did try to, but—well, he wa» kind o' holding them, you know. Worth Knowing. That Allcock's Plasters are the highest result of medical science and skill, and in ingredients and method have never been equaled. That they are the original and gen uine porous plasters upon whose rep utation imitators trade. That Allcock's Plasters never fall to perform their remedial work quickly and effectually. That for Weak Back, Rheumatism, Colds, Lung Trouble, Strains and all | Local Pains they are invaluable, j That when you buy Allcock's Plas ters you obtain the best plasters made. ! An old bachelor wants to know what j life without love is if it isn't married | life. DOES YOUR BACK ACHE? Cure the Kidneys and the Pin Will Never Return. Only one sure way to cure an aching back. Cure the cause, the kidneys. Thousands tell of cures made by Doan's Kidney Pills. John Coleman, a promi nent. merchant of Swains boro, Git,, says: "For several years my kidney? were affected, and my back ached day aud night. I war languid, nervous and lame in fin morning. Doan'i-5 Kidney Pills helped me right away, and the great relie! that followed lias been permanent." Sold by all dealers. 50 cento a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N Y. One of His Reverses. "Ham on lye!" bitterly reflected Goodman Gourong, as he h-un-gvi D tackled the free lunch. "There was s*. time when I could afford unlimited ryi in ham!" CASE OF ECZEMA IN S«UTH. Suffered Three Years—Hands and Ey« Most Affected—Now Well and is Grateful to Cuticura. "My wife was taken badly with ec zema for three years, and she em ployed a doctor with no effect at al until she employed Cuticura Soa; and Ointment One of her hand? and her left eye were badly affected, and when she would stop ustng Cu ticura Soap ^nd Ointment the eczema came back, but very slightly; but it did her a sight of good. Then we complied with the instructions in us lng the entire set of Cuticura Rome edies and my wife is entirely recov ered. She thanks Cuticura very muck end will recommend it highly In our locality and in every nook and cor ner of our parish. God bless you for the sake of suffering humanity. L M Robert, Hydropolis. La., Jam $ and Sept. 1, 1906." Freely Interpreting the Rules. O, Johnny, Johnny! What's the matter? Have you been fighting?" "Worse 'n that, mamma. He an' th boys has been playin' roforwed fore ball." Clover A Grass Seeds. Everybody loves lots ami lots el Clover Grasses for hogs, cows, sheep and swiae. We are known as the largest g row e r s ot Grasses, Clovers, Oats, Barley, Oorn, P* tatoes and Farm Seeds in America. Oper ate over 5,000 acres. FBXK Our mammoth 148-page catalog is mailed free to all intending buyers; or send 8 c IN STAMPS and receive sample of "perfect balance ra tion grass seed," together with Fodder Plants, Clover, etc., etc., and big Plain and Seed Catalog free. John A. Salzer Seed Co., W, ).* Crosse, Wis. His Greatest Fear. Good Man—And do you ttunk, (or one moment, my good man, that stuff is going to quench your thirst? Old Soaker—Heaven forbid' Catarrh Cannot Be Cured wUh LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as theyMm(. the seat of the disease. Catarrh In a Utuud «jr count tutlonal diHease. and In order toenre Ityoa ihjihI talr# Internal remedies. Hall e Catarrh Cure h» fallen In ternally, and nets directly on the blood aod muconf surfaces. Hall's Catarrh (Jure la no! a mod, cine. It was prescribed byonoof I he be** pb*stclanir 1n t his count ry for years and I s a regular prenevtotfoe It Is composed of the best tonics know** combtiM with the best blood purifiers, acting dlnwitly an th» mucous surfaces. The perfect eombfimf^od *>f tb» two ingredients Is what produces such w-ouderfal re sults In curing catarrh Send for testfnioniftla,fret. F. J oilKNF. Y & CO., Props.,Toledo O Sold by Druggists, price 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constfciat/oa. A Difference in Chances. "After all," said the Besdtanenra youth, "love is a lottery." "I don't know about that," answered the cynic. "You have some chances b a lottery." OXI.Y ONE "HHOMO QUrXXMtr Th.-itie LAXA 11 VK IIHOMO Quinine. SlmUwlv named remedies sometimes deceive. Tie fire*, nr, ordinal Cold Tablet Is a W 111 TK I'ACKAliK will black and red lettering, and bears the signature of K. W .GUOVK. 25 c. When a man tries to ptease Ire wife's relatives he attempts the impos sible. DR. J. H. RINDLAUB, (Specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Fargo, N. D. The average man is schooled to the belief that experience is not only a good but an expensive teaeher. Especially worthy of notice is Sara eh. Tea, Nature's remedy for oonsltnalion sick-headaehe, liver and kidney derange ments. It is made wholly of Am No man ever asks a trutM.aH womai: what she thinks of him Utere than once. PUTNAM FADELHSS DXES do not stain the hands or spot the kddta, except green and purple. 10c pee package. Soul culture is a matter of spiritual companionship. Panthers and Grizzly Basra. Ship Furs, Hides. Pelts McMMfctn Pur Wool Co., Minneapolis. Write tor pri< One of the best things rat is a cayed tooth. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing By nip. Far children teething, softest the geeve. nrturee in flsmmstion sUsjrs i*in,cure*slsdeeUc. Kashoul. No man ever did We doty standing on his dignity.