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l°N& mm x»zs °i cma t°pttnt ThTaTaS°N THAT I CAN'T T>°777/J IS 'CAUT£J7YJIIJTN°NTI?TitT HIS HANDS CRACKED OPEN "I am a man seventy years old. My hands were very sore and cracked open on the Insides for over a year with large sores. Thpy would crack open and bleed, itch, burn and ache 10 that I could not sleep and could do but little work. They were so bad that I could not dress myself in the morning. They would bleed and the blood dropped on the floor. I called Dn two doctors, but they did me no food. I could get nothing to do any, fcood till I got the Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment. About a year kgo my daughter got a cake of Cuti cura Soap and one box of Cuticura Ointment and in one week from the time I began to use them my hands were all healed up and they have not been a mite sore since. I would not be without the Cuticura Remedies. "They also cured a bad sore on the hand of one of my neighbor's children, ind they think very highly of the Cuti cura Remedies. John W. Hasty, So. Ef ^ngham, N. H., Mar. 5, and Apr. 11, '09." Childlike Ignorance. Laura Jean Libbey, discussing in Brooklyn her successful appearance on the stage, said: "I talk in my monologue about love, marriage and the other interests of the heart. On these subjects women, especially young women, are strangely ignorant. "They really make me think, you know, of the little girl who was asked by her teacher: " 'What can you tell us about Solo mon ?" " 'Solomon,' replied the little girl, 'was very fond of animals.' " 'And how, my dear,' said the teach er, 'do you make that out?' " 'Because,' answered the little girl, 'the Bible says he had 500 porcu pines.' " He Knew. A small boy brought up by a fire eating father to hate anything con nected with England or the English was cons'gned recently to eat dinner with the nurse while the family enter tained a genuine English lord in the lining room. The grown-ups' meal had come to that "twenty minutes past" stage where conversation halts direct ly, when a childish treble fell upon the dumb-waiter shaft from the kitchen. This is what the astonished nobleman heard: "Fe, fi, fo, fum, "I smell the blood of' an English mun."—Wasp. COFFEE WAS IT. People Slowly Learn the Facts. "All my life I have been such a Have to coffee that the very aroma of it was enough to set my nerves quivering. I kept gradually losing my health tut I used to say 'Nonsense, it don't hurt me.' "Slowly I was forced to admit the truth and the final result was that my whole nervous force was shattered. "My heart became weak and uncer tain in its action and that frightened me. Finally my physician told me, about a year ago, that I must stop drinking coffee or I could never ex pect to be well again. "I was in despair, for the very thought of the medicines I had tried so many times nauseated me. I thought of Postum but could hardly bring myself to give up the coffee. "Finally I concluded that 1 owed it to myself to give Postum a trial. So I got a package and carefully followed the directions, and what a delicious, nourishing, rich drink it was! Do you know I found it very easy to shift from coffee to Postum and not mind the change at all? i "Almost immediately after I made the change I found myself better, and as the days went by I kept on improv ing. My nerves grew sound and steady, I slept well and felt strong and well-balanced all the time, i "Now I am completely cured, with the old nervousness and sickness all gone. In every way I am well once more." j It pays to give up the drink that jacts en some like a poison, for health r the greatest fortune one can have. Read the little book, "The Road to, iWellville," in pkgs. "There's a Rea-! " News of Montana. SEEKS SMOOTH FUGITIVE. Alleged Swindler Said to Have Clever ly Taken In Politicians. Kalispell.—Deputy Sheriff Harry Adams was gone to Minneapolis to bring back a man giving the name of W. Fitzgerald, who is said to have been arrested on request for cashing a lot of worthless checks in Kalispell and other parts of Montana. When he came here Fitzgerald said he was the advance man of Senator T. H. Carter, and proceeded to make ar rangements for a series of political meetings in various parts of the coun ty. He contracted for printing, en gaged bands, etc., and on the side Issued several checks against his per sonal account which local politicians gladly cashed for him. Some pique was felt at first. The state committee had sent a man to Co lumbia Falls to make arrangements and had overlooked the county com mittee, but when Fitzgerald came to Kalispell he smoothed the ruffled feel ings and made such a good fellow of himself that checks varying in amounts from $25 to $50 and totaling $125 were cashed and he was given a visitor's card to the exclusive Ivalispel# club. At the hotel he ran up a handsome little bill, denying himself no luxuries, and left without paying. Not until his acts became known to Attorney General Galen did the politicians scent a humbug. Investigation shows he secured money in many parts of the state, and had passed himself off as a relative to Galen and had confidently predicted a republican victory, going into possible complications at the next session of the legislature. Extradition will be asked from Min nesota when Adams reaches Minneapo lis. WM. LOEB, JR., IS CALLED EAST. Collector, Who Has Been Hunting, Leaves Livingston For New York. Livingston.—Following a message from New York demanding his pres ence in the East at once, William Loeb, Jr., collector of the port in New York, acompanied by Samuel G. Blythe, the author, arrived in Living ston and left for the East. Mr. Loeb came here direct from the Madison river country, where he had been hunting. He met Secretary of the Navy Meyer here and talked with him for several hours. Mr. Loeb and his party shot two or three deer and a large number of grouse and ducks. Mr. Loeb had been in the wilderness for three weeks. He denied that he was called east on urgent business but Mr. Blythe admitted that the party did not intend to quit hunting until the latter part of this week. Big Week At Dillon. Dillon.—The past week was the gay est week Dillon has ever seen. In addition to the annual county fair, which opened Tuesday morning, a car nival company made merry on the streets. The republicans announced the opening of the campaign with an address made a-t the Dillon theatre Wednesday evening by Senator Thom as H. Carter. George Lovell, who had charge of the speed program of the fair, went to Butte where he secured 25 horses to take part in the racing events, and the board of directors of the fair decided to make an auto mobile parade a big feature of the fair. Agent Carruthers had secured reduced rates from Butte on the north and Monida on the south aDd all inter mediate stations. Montana Coal Strike Averted. Butte. — A general strike of the coal miners in Montana was averted by the adoption at Billings between committees representing the United Mine Workers of America and the Montana Coal Mine Operators' asso ciation of a scale adopted by thte re cent Indianapolis convention, granting a 5.55 per cent increase to miners. Presbyterian Synod Held. Kalispell.—The Presbyterian Synod and the women's synodical missionary society held their business here, with two days of continuous hard work. The two days were occupied in hear ing sermons by several different min isters, and an excursion on the steam er Klondike with a stop at Poison. Hotel Destroyed by Fire. Ismay.—-The Gray Gables hotel at Is may, owned by B. W. Moore, was to tally destroyed by fire. Several of the guests escaped in their night clothing. The fire is supposed to have started In the kitchen. The loss will be in the neighborhood of $8,000. On© Year For Horse Steeling. Bozeman.—George Robinson was given one year in the penitentiary by Judge W. R. C. Stewart after plead ing guilty to horse stealing. Robinson was arrested after an exciting chase from Manhattan to the upper Flat head country. PREPARATION OF ROLLED HAM Method of Putting Up Delicacy That Is a Favorite With Almost Every One. One ham, a paste of flour and water, browned crumbs. Wipe the ham, and soak it in cold water overnight, then dry it well. Turn It over and with a sharp-pointed knife make an incision through the shank bone and by dint of cutting and scraping turn the flesh right back from the bone, no matter where the bone is. Keep the knife as close to the bone as possible so as not to gash the meat in an unsightly manner. When all the bone is out, roll up the ham from side to side, making it look as much like it was at first as pos sible, only narrower. Tie it firmly in shape with tape. Wrap it in a thickly greased paper, then cover with a stiff paste made of flour and water. Put the ham on a baking tin in a hot oven and bake it for three and a half hours. Have one heaping tablespoonful of dripping in the tin with which to baste the ham frequently. When done take off the paste and paper, cut off a piece of the shank bone and push it into the knuckle end to represent the leg bone. Pull off the skin carefully, sprinkle some nice ly browned crumbs over and pin a frill around the bone. To ascertain how long a ham should be cooked, weigh it and allow half an hour for eac''. pound it weighs. GOOD IDEA FOR TOAST RACK Easily Made From Piece of Ordinary Baling Wire, and Always Serviceable. The toast rack shown in the accom panying illustration may be made from a piece of ordinary baling wire. After thoroughly cleaning it, the wire should be sent back and forth until the toaster is of the desired size, then the ends should be bent down one inch to hold it above the stove. The iron lid from an ordinary cook stove may first be placed over the flame and the heat regulated as desired, and the device shown will prove a very satisfactory toaster. Fried Corn. Take some tender green corn—a dozen ears will not be too many for a family or four or five—scrape care fully from the cob. Let the corn be cut through the center of the kernel, so that all the pulp and juices may be extracted without the removal of the hulls. Over the corn a very little flour should be sifted, with salt and pepper to taste. In the meantime let some slices of fat bacon be placed over the fire in a frying pan, to re main until all the grease has been ex tracted. When this has been done the meat should be removed and the corn put into the pan to fry in the bacon fat until it has become delicious i ly brown and tender, but it must be stirred almost constantly during the 15 or 20 minutes that it will take to I cook. If not it will burn Wedding Cake. One pound of flour, one pound of sugar, one pound of butter, one cup of molasses, one dozen eggs, one and one-half cups of sour milk, and one and one-half teaspoon fuls of soda, three pounds rais ins, two pounds currants, onehalf pound chopped walnut meats, one-half pound candied orange peel, two grated nutmegs, two tablespoonfuls cinnamon, one tablespoonful cloves, ground; two gills best brandy, one gill best wine. Bake four hours in moderate oven. Pickled Peaches. Make airup of four pounds of sugar to one quart of vinegar, two table i spoonfuls each of whole cloves, stick cinnamon broken in pieces tied in a muslin bag and boiled in the vinegar and sugar. Rub the velvet from a peck of peaches and cook a few at a time in the sirup until tender then place them in a stone jar or crock, I and after boiling the sirup down a lit j tie, pour it over the peaches and j cover. These are delicious with oys* | ters (fried or escalloped), and will keep a year. Gathering. To gather nicely on the sewing ma chine make the tension quite loose. Then pull the top thread tense and then the lower one will not pull through, as is often the case when you draw it up. It also saves tying the two ends together. France is systematically reforesting Its barren places to revive the soil, abate floods, mitigate droughts, pro vide employment for her workers, and furniBh raw materials for her fac tories. Popularity of Thais. "Every other young actress is call ing herself Thais," said Henry E. Dlx ey at a dinner at Mauquin's. "Thais McGinnis, Thais EndiCott, Thais Schmidt the thing is universal. Universal and ridiculous; for they " k?, J iave re ud Anatole France's story of 1 hais know that she was a very naughty little girl, indeed. I am quite euro that no real reader of 'Thais' would ever, under any circumstances, consent to be called such a name. It makes me think of a man who, taking his infant daughter to be bap tised, told the clergyman to call her Venus. But I refuse t» call her Venus,' said the clergyman, indignantly. 'Ve name of a pagan goddess.' "'Well, how about your own girl, Diana?' said the man." Tit for Tat. Lloyd C. Griscom, In an interview In New York, said of party dissen sions: "They are animated by a nasty spir it, a tit-for-tat spirit; and they go from bad to worse. Its like the case of the engaged couple at the seaside dance. The young man, a little jealous, said cold ly to his fiancee at supper: " 'Let me see—was it you I kissed In the conservatory?' " 'About what time?' the young girl tnswered, with a little laugh." VVE RBU/ GINS AND TRAPS CHEAP Buy Furs ami Hides. Send for catalog 105 . N. \\ . Hide & Fur Co., Minneapolis, Minn. The next best thing to being rich Is to have people think you are. Fads for Weak Women Nine-tenths of all the sickness of women is due to some derangement or dis ease of the organs distinctly feminine. Such sickness can be cured—is cured every day by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It Makes Weak Women Strong, Sick Women Well, It acts directly on the organs affected and Is at the same time a general restore live tonic for the whole system. It cures female complaint right in the privacy of home. It makes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning, examinations and local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors, end so abhorrent to every modest woman. W e shall not particularize here as to the symptoms of those peculiar affections incident to women, but those wanting full information as to their symptoms and means of positive cure are referred to the People's Com mon Sense Medical Adviser—1008 pages, newly revised and up-to-date Edition, sent free on receipt of 21 one cent stamps to cover cost of mailing only; or, in cloth binding for 31 stamps. Address Dr. R. V, Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y. NEWfCLUB SHOT SHELLS ' Black Powder Load. 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