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If You Suffer with Your Kidneys and Back Write to This Man. G. W. Winney, Medina, N. Y. p In vites kidney sufferers to write to him. To all who enclose postage he will re ply telling how Doan's Kidney Pills cured him after he had doctored and had been in two different hospitals for eighteen months, suffering intense pain in the back, lameness, twinges when stooping or lifting, languor, dizzy spells and rheumatism. "Before I used, Doan's Kidney Pills," says Mr. Winney, "I weighed 143. After taking 10 or 12 boxes I weighed 162 and was completely cured." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. An Innocent Victim. "Bliggins is always telling some thing smart that his baby said." "Yes," answered the crusty bachelor. "If that ba,by knew how its father is acting it would be sorry it ever learned to talk." Lucky Girl. "How did that marriage of the Mill yuns girl to the count turn out?" "Fine. She got a divorce for cruel ty before he had spent half her for tune." PATENTS. List of Patents Issued Last Week to Northwestern Inventors. Reported by Lothrop & Johnson, patent lawyers, 911 Pioneer Press building, St. Paul, Minn.: Axel B. Arctander, St. Paul, Minn., window screen; Edward Thompson, Minneapo lis, Minn., wheat separator; Harry B. Cornish, Minneapolis, Minn., car bureter; Fred Gehner, Garrison, N. D., ■wrench; Isaac W. Hodgson, Minneapo lis, Minn., resilient wire; Christoph Schaffer, Melville, N. D., gate; Oscar L. Sole, Sioux Falls, S. D., filling cab inet. Domestic Amenities. "John, if you didn't smoke, I could have a fall hat." "And if you would live on stewed peanuts, I could have a steam yacht. They're very nourishing, I understand. Johnny, who won the football game to-day?" H1DKS TANNED FOR ROBES. COATS etc. Oldest tanners in N. W. Send for prices Foster Robe & Tanning Co., Minneapolis. More Than Likely. "They call this spring lamb, but it's mutton, all right." "Perhaps the bill of fare is written In the past tense." RHEUMATISM is most painful. What's good? n S-JACOBS OIL Gives instant relief. Removes the twinges. ^ ? USE IT, THEN YOU'LL KNOW ^ ? 25c.— ALL DRUGGISTS—50c. After a man has been married a ■week he begins to unlearn a lot of the things he knew about women. The slow-going dray horse lands more coin than the average race horse. SICK HEADACHE Positively cured by these Little Pills. They also relieve Dis tress from Dyspepsia, In digestion and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect rem edy for Ebtin.ui', Nau sea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coat ed Tongue, Pain In the Side, TORPID LIVER. They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. A Quick Way. "Our old friend Gille has retired from business." "Voluntarily?" "I suppose so. He stopped adven tising." How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollar. Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall'e Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. We. the undersigned, have known F. ,1. Cheney for the last 15 years, and bollcve him perfectly hon orable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by bis firm. Waldik o. Kinnax & Mabtix, Wboleeale Druggists. Toledo. nail's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood-and mucous surfaces of system. Testimonials seut free. Price 75 cents bottle. 6old by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation. More Wisdom. "If people had to pay a tax on what they think they know," remarked old man Wiseowlski, "the government would not need no other source of rev. enue." ONLY ONE "BROMO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE BK0MO QUININE. Look the signature of E. W. UKUYK. Used the World over to Cure a Cold in Ono Day. 'Lie. SPOT CASH Men of business will be in church when the church gives them some business there. FOR SOLDIERS AND HEIRS All federal soldiers and sai lors who served 90 days between 18G1 and 1866 and w bo homesteaded less than 100acres before .Tune 23,1874, are entitled to additional •homestead rights which 1 buy. If soldier lsdead, his beirsean sell. Talk to old soldiers, widows and heirs. Find some soldier re ative who went West or South alter the war and homes' ended government land. Get busy and make some easy money. Write Henry iM. Coi*i\ Washington. D. C.. for further particulars. FARMERS WANTED In Vir ginia to buy, rent or work on shares. Good land cheap: good water; plenty of timber; no ex tremes of heat or cold. Inquire of— J. B. McLAUUHLIN. • MorrlsvlUe, Vn. OLD VIRGINIA LANDS an acre up. For further Information address the bOUTUSIUB REALTY CO., lac., Petersburg, Va. PATENTS Sf'tSS. E5 VENUS DE MILO A FRUMP. That Is What the Modern Woman Would Call Her. It is questionable whether the real Greek woman, of that Immortal epoch when sculpture meant something more than a decorative end to an arch itectural means, possessed the chaste loveliness accredited to her in the chiseled remnants left to us. It has ever been the whim of artists to work away from the physical facts of their models toward the ideals of their fancy. The sculptor is usually a proudly careless historian and but a poor reporter. All Greek sculpture doubtless is a highly glorified record of true Greek ethnology. But, grant ing such a woman as ,say, the Venus de Milo did exist in all her bodily and facial perfection, she would meet with but cold reception at the hands of our critics of femininity to-day. Her mod ern women associates would, I am cer tain, adjudge the classic lady a frump. Ideals change with the centuries if nature does not. The General Demand of the Well-Informed of the World has always been for a simple, pleasant and efficient liquid laxative remedy of known value; a laxative which physicians could sanction for family use because its com ponent parts arc known to them to be wholesome and truly beneficial in effect, acceptable to the system and gentle, yet prompt, in action. In supplying that demand with its ex cellent combination of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, the California Fig Syrup Co. proceeds along ethical lines and relies on the merits of the laxative for its remark able success. That is one of many reasons why Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is given the preference by the Well-Informed. To get its beneficial effects always buy the genuine—manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading druggists. Price fifty cents per bottle. Room for One More. He was on trial for bigamy. "What," queried the judge, "ever in duced you to marry fourteen wives?" "Superstition, your honor," replied the prisoner. "I consider thirteen an unlucky number." SAVE 40 PER CENT OF VOIR FUEt. Write for price list and testimonials. Economy Fuel Saver Co., Minneapolis. Rivalry. "You belong to the Forty club, do you?" "No, it's full, and won't take any more. But we're starting a 'For Tea' i club, and it's going to be every bit as exclusive." I MONTANA NEWS RECALLS OLD TRAGEDY. Helena Veterans Recover Remains of Col. Beall. The turbulent spirit of the early days in Montana has been most vivid ly recalled by the successful efforts of the Helena Grand Army post to lo cate and rebury the body of Former Lieutenant Governor Beall of Wiscon i sin, who had been shot and killed by United States Marshal George W. Fin ney as the result of a newspaper war. Finney was the editor of a paper brought to Helena from Virgina City to drive the Herald from the field. It was called the Post, and Beall, who served as coloned of a Wisconsin reg iment and had just taken up his resi dence in Helena, wrote several arti cles for the Herald severely denounc ing the conduct of the Post. Marshal Pinney wrote a particularly keen and cutting reply, whereupon Beall ven tured a visit to see him. Just as he stepped into the door Pinney fired, killing him. Pinney swore at the in quest that Beall's hands were behind him and he naturally supposed they contained guns. He was exonerated by the jury, the bitter war between the papers apparently justifying the belief. Beall's relatives sent emissaries to Helena ten and fifteen years ago to lo cate the body, but could not find it, and the Grand Army post took up the work. It has just been reburied in Forestvale, at Helena, with the usual impressive ceremony. The body had been remarkably well preserved and was easily identified. The veterans also found and re buried the body of a member of the First New York Lincoln cavalry, who was shot in a duel. His name was Forkey and he also served as a scout for Gen. Sheridan. i WILL TEST CABOOSE LAW. Montana Attorney General Sues the Great Northern. Because of the numerous "com plaints which have reached his office, as well as that of the board of rail road commissioners, relative to al leged violations of what is known as the "dinkey caboose" law, Attorney General Galen has instituted suit against the Great Northern Railway company on this charge, the informa tion being forwarded to the clerk of the district court of Choteau county at Fort Benton for filing. The complaint avers that on Nov, 20 last the railway company willfully, intentionally and unlawfully permit I ted the use of a caboose les than twenty-four feet in length; that it was not provided with toilet rooms and that the car had only single trucks. A question has arisen as to the con stitutionality of the law, and Attorney General Galen determined to have it tested, hence the filing of the suit. BODY GROUND TO PIECES. Young Slate Picker Dragged Through Machinery, Slav! Stenovitch, an Austrian lad of fourteen years, fell into the pick ing tables at 'the Northwestern Im provement company's coal mine at the east side of Red Lodge and received injuries from which he died twenty four hours later. Stenovitch was literally ground to pieces, his body be ing crushed and the flesh torn from one leg so the bone was laid bare. He was employed to pick slate from the coal and grew careless. The heel of his left foot caught in the machin ery and he was dragged through the picking tables. NOT GUILTY OF MURDER. Jury Indorses Louis Serre's Self-de fense Plea. The jury in the case of Louis Serre, charged with murder in the first de gree, returned a verdict of not guilty at Great Falls. R. W. Lowery was foreman of the jury. The killing with which Serre was charged occurred last August in the All Nations saloon, when Serre shot Leon Neveux. pro prietor of the saloon, killing him al most instantly. Serre is proprietor oi the Parisian dye works in Great Falls. He pleaded self-defense. PERJURY IS CHARGED. Former Barber Accused of Falsifying in Murder Trial. As he was starting to take the stage at Roundup, Charles Campbell, for merly a barber at Roundup, was ar rested by Deputy Sheriff Matlock for Park county authorities on a charge of perjury. The crime of which Camp bell is accused is alleged to have been committed in the trial of Barney Hanlon, who was convicted of mur der in the second degree at Livings ton last week. Campbell was taken back to Livingston. Ship 5,000 Cars of Cattle. The last shipment of cattle for the present season left Great Falls last week from Conrad, consisting oi about 1,000 head. George Neafle, live stock agent of the Burlington, an nounces that more than 5,000 cars of cattle have been shipped from Mon tana over the Great Northern rail road. The first shipment of fhe sea son was made on Aug. 14 from Fort Benton and the last from Conrad on N«v. 20. 80RE8 A8 BIG AS PENNIES. Whole Head and Necr* Covered—Hair All Came Out—Cured in Three Weeks by Cuticura. "After having the measles my whole head and neck were covered with scaly sores about as large as a penny. They ■were just as thick as they could be. My hair all came out. I let the trou ble run along, taking the doctor's blood remedies and rubbing on salve, but it did not seem to get any better. It stayed that way for about six months; then I got a set of the Cuticura Reme dies, and in about a week I noticed a big difference, and in three weeks it was well entirely and I have not had the trouble any more, and as this was seven years ago, I consider myself cured. Mrs. Henry Portef, Albion, ' Neb., Aug. 25, 1906." Even With His Way. "Our baby gives us lots of trouble. Yells unless he has his own way." "Ours yells anyhow. You don't know what trouble is." WE PAY TOP PRICES FOR CHEAXI. Cash every day. Write for prices and tags. MILLER & HOLMES. St. Paul. Minn. The Politician. A boomlet by Salt river's brim A busted boomlet was to him, And nothing more. TILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. OINTMENT Is guaranteed to euro anv case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles in t> to 14 days or money refunded. 50c. Many a man mistakes a stock of pious quotations for riches of religious character. HIGHER CREAM PRICES. Write us to-day for particulars and tags MILTON DAIRY CO.. St. Paul. Minn. You can always get fine feathers with money, but a fine face you can not buy. ALL KINDS OF STOVE REPAIRS. Send name and number of your stove to American Stove Repair Works, St. Paul. When a man aims at nothing he sel dom misses his target. ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AYegefable PreparafionforAs simflafing theFoorfaiKlRegula Promotes DigeslionjCheerful ness and ReshContains neither Opium.Morphinc norMiaeraL Not Narcotic. AeapttfOldDcSSMDELFnWl Bmpicin Sttd JbcSmHtt* JhxMltSdts Exact Copy of Wrapper. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA 1 W.L.DOVGLAS $ 3 q 5 MEMBER OFTHE FAMILY,^** MEN, BOY8, WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN. W. L Douglas mahgo mod sails moso A* 9 ? man'm 02.&O. 03.00 and 03.50 mfmmm than anyothmr mmnulaoturmr In tho Jt© world, booouoo thoy hold iholr ahupo, tU bottor, worn* longer, and Rgs° » ora of gromtor raluo than any of Aar ahoaa in tho world to-day. Fatt Color ______________________ ... Eytitth world to-day- TMI W.L.Oouglee 00 and 0B Qllt £i Igo Shoos cannot bo oqpallod at any nr lea. KW* CAUTION. — W. L. Douglasi name and price is stamped on bottom. Take No Sub stitute. Sold by the best shoe dealers everywhere. Shoes mulled from factory to any part of the world. Illustrated catalog free. W. L. DOUGLAS* Brockton, Mass. COLT DISTEMPER Can be bandied very easily. The sick are cured, and all others name stable, no matter how "exposed." kept from having the din ease. by using SPOHN'B LIQUID D 1STKM PER CUKE. Give tbe tongue,or in feed. Acts on the blood and cupels genre all forms of distemper. Be«t remedy ever known for mares in foal. One bottle guaranteed to cure one case. 60c and II a bottle; *6and •10 dozen or druggist* and harness dealers, or sent express paid manufacturers, (hit shows how to poultice throats. Our free Booklet gives everything. Local agents wanted, largest selling JfV horse remedy In existence—twelve years. SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. Ck«i*t« *■« n..t.ri.t.,i.t., Coshert, Ind., U. S. _, ' • ' • E STAB LI SI-tLD 186/ chip your HIDES, FURS. WOOL. OI RECT TO CIS AND SAVE SMALL DEALERS' PROF IT5 □.BERGMAN & CO., ST. PAUL,MINN. Top market prices-, Immeuiatl cash returns Wpiit. for price l ist and shipping tags. ESTABLISHED 1*7*. WOODWARD®, CO. Minneapolis CRAIN COMMISSION. Dalntfli TUMORS CONQUERED Overwhelming Proof that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Succeeds. ' One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound is the conquering of woman's dread enemy Tumor. The growth of a tumor is so in sidious that frequently its presence is wholly unsuspected until it is well advanced. So called "wandering pains" may come from its early stages or the presence of danger may be made manifest by excessive monthly peri • ods accompanied by unusual pain, from the abdomen through the groin and thigh. If you have mysterious pains, if there are indications of inflammation or displacements, secure a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from native roots and herbs, right away and begin i'ts use. The following letters should con vince every suffering woman of its virtue, and that it actually does conquer tumors. Mrs. May Fry, of 836 W. Colfax Ave., South Bend, Ind., writes; Dear Mrs. Pinkham: — "I take great pleasure in writ ing to thank you for what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has clone for me. I also took the Blood Purifier in alternate doses with the Compound. Your medicine removed a cyst tumor of four years' growth, which three of the best physicians declared I had. They had said that only an operation could help me. I am very thankful that I followed a friend's advice and took your medicine. It has made me a strong and well woman and I shall recommend it as long as I live." Mrs. E. F. Hayes, of 26 Rugglcs St., Boston, Mass., writes: "What success did you have hunt ing?" "Splendid." "What did you get?" "Nothing. I was lost hunting." "I have been under different doctors' treatment, for a long time without relief. They told me I had a fibroid tumor, my abdomen was swollen and 1 suffered with great pain. I wrote to you for advice, you replied and I followed your directions carefully and to-day I am a well woman. Lytiia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ex pelled the tumor and strengthened my whole system." Mrs. S. J. Barber, of Scott, N. Y., writes; Dear Mrs. Pinkham: — "Sometime ago I wrote you for advice about a tumor which the doc tors thought would have to be removed. Instead I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and to-day am a well woman." Mrs. M. M. Funk, Vandergrift, Pa., writes; Dear Mrs. Pinkham: — "I had a tumor and Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound removed it for me after two doctors had given me up. I was sick four years before I began to take the Compound. I now recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Veget> able Compound' far and near." Such testimony as above is con vincing evidence that Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound stands without a peer as a remedy for Tumor Growths as well as other distressing ills of women, and such symptoms as Bearing-down Sensations, Displace ments, Irregularities and Backache, etc. Women should remember that it is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound that is curing so many women. Don't forget to insist upon it when some druggist asks you to accept something else which he calls "just as good." | SPEGIAlMERffl ! SCHOOLSHOES | WEAR LIKE IRON" Mayer "Special Merit" School Shoes are expressly made for the hard knocks and severe wear of healthy, romping school children. They are made of thoroughly seasoned upper leather and tough, old-process and time-seasoned aoles. the strongest and most dur able material obtainable — that's why they "wear like iron." Plenty of room for growing feet, sensibly shaped shoes, strong enough for the hardest everyday use, dressy enough for Sundays. Your dealer will supply you; if not, write to us. Look for the name and trade-mark on the role. F. Mayer Boot & Shoe Company MILWAUKEE, WIS. FSRMSesFREE Typical Farm Scene, Showing Stock Raising in WESTERN CANADA Some of the choicest lamia for grain growing, stock raising and mixed farming in the new dis tricts of Saskatchewan and Alberta have re* cently been Opened for Settlement under the Revised Homestead Regulations Entry may now be made by proxy (on certain conditions), by the father, mother, son, daugh ter, brother or sister of an intending home steader. Thousands of homesteads oi lo'O acres each are thus now easily available in these! great grain-growing, stock-raising and mixed farming sections. There you will find healthful climate, good neighbors, churches for family worship, school* for your children, good laws, splendid crops, and ruiiroada convenient to market. Entry fee in each case is $10.00. For pamph let, "Last Best West," particulars as to rates, routes, best time to go and where to locate, apply to Clifford Block, CUAS. PILLING, Grand Forks, North Dakota. Has Been Taken In With Our $30 AN HOUR MERRY GO ROUNDS 5T.?.?.F?9.. rrl ^ I l u ^ aotllro Rasxle Dairies. Strikers, etc. Hit RSCH K1L-HPI I .LM A N CO..t;enentl Amur-emenl Outfitters. Dept. M. Mouth Tu.nowakda. N. Y. N O N U —NO 49— 1907