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W 8EEMED WORSE EVERY DAY.
A Dangerous Case of Kidney Com
plaint and How It Was Checked.
Mm. Lucy Qaebeck, Mechanic St.,
. Hop.' Valley, . I., says: "Hlghl jretn
tflo i eontraetetl so.
vii,. kidney trouble
ami my back began
in arbe continually.
Kverv day ii seemed
worse. The least
pressure on my back
loi lured me, ami I
could not stoop with
out a bad twinge
I The kidney secretions passed Irrecu-
I larlv with pain, and I bloated bully.
My head swam and spots flitted before
my eyes One doctor said I was In
curable. However. I found prompt re
lief when I started Using Doan's Kid
ney I'llls. and the troubles 1 have re
lated gradually disappeared."
Sold by all dealers. BOO a box. Fos-ter-Mllburn
Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
1 A Clever Fellow.
"Did yon friend make a hit at the
"I guess he did. He pronounced
'I.es Miserable' In a brand-new way
and then alluded to It as Victor Her
bait'a masterpiece." Washington
W: &fiSk. ,
miss. y jmm
sophia 4:; l&
HEALTH VERY POOR
a? RESTORED BY PE-RU-NA.
Catarrh Twenty-five Years
Had a Bad Cough.
Miss Sophia K it tie- en, Evauston, 111.,
'"I lmvo been troubled with catarrh
for nearly twenty-five years and have
jj tried many cures for it, but obtained
very little help.
'Then my brother advised me to try
Periina. and I did. '
"My health was very poor at the time
I began taliiiifr IVnum. My throat Wat,
very sore ami I had a bad courIi.
"Peruna has cured me. The chronic
catarrh is gone and my health la very
"I recommend feruna to all my
friends who are troubled us 1 was."
PERUNA TABLETS: -Some people pre
fer tablets, rather than medicine In a
fluid form. Such people can obtain I'eru
na tablets, which rcpreseut the medici
nal Inyredienta of Parana, Kuch tablet
equals one average dose of Perunu.
Man-a-lin the Ideal Laxative.
Ask your Druggist for a Free Peruna
Almanac tor 1909.
I P ' jf I jr" is II f rSv 1
V. Li Ioiiv1hfl iiiiilif mtd it. In mure
inn'a S3.0O mid aVI.flO hltiM-H tlniii uny
other Mi.iiiiitiK r in . i in il- worltl.be
. ,ui they hold their ahajM), flt better,
land wear longer than any other wake.
Shoti it All Pricti, for Every Member of the
w Firmly, Men, Boyi, Women, Mi nee I Children
W L Davit $4 00 and $6 00 OUt Cdga ihoea caaaot
W m tailed at any prlc W 1. Douglas fjl 00 m&
$i 00 shoe an tbabeat in tha warU
k Fart Color tCylt I t JPjrf u1f.
m ' at-'l'ttke No fluttatllule. W. I.. liouKla
If uamit tin! ,'i"'' M.ii'u . I on Itottutn. Buld
rverywlii-tf Sliori liiailt'd from tmel ny to any
iiatl "I Hit world. Catalutfue Inc.
1 W L. 1)(M nl as. 157 Spare Si , HrvUtofl. Mm.
m. .. . J
I Pf.ltlt'lv lured by
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H ITPT I sT Hess ft ii.v-ii-i-.iu. in-
F ' J JJ B" ill-Mlollllli.lTooll.'lirty
mm llFR ImiiIiih- A M-rfi'.-t r.iu-
U Ly.lrJL" i.u i . .i- ie.-.iii--., Nun-
H PILLS. "''"' I'l-"-""-s I. a J
' . ana Ts it lu the Uuuth, cost,
IsssWlsasssa i,i,., i.ivkh.
Th regulate lbs Bowels. Purelj Vefstsbla
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE,
lnABTgWtl t"elll"ne Musl Bear
LAHItno Fac-Simile Signature
I Bfff. &&
mwM REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.
NEWS SI MMAKV
The Freneli ciuis(r Condc, which
nl ashore on the Cerulean coast.
has been refloated She Is not serious
The mill and shaft house of the
Joe Dandy nun.' at Cripple Creak wai
daatroyi d by Bra last week, the loaa
A local mall train was attacked hy
robberi near Kl.irhla. Russia, three
Of 'he train eacoita beliiK killed
'I he robberi seemed llfB.OOO.
One r.ertnan workman and thirty
Chinese wer,. killed as the result of
an accident in the works of a (iertnan
mining compan) near Htnkahan,
The total vote ( ast in Kansas for
preaideni was 376,896, as follows: Taft.
is?. IBs; Bryan, 161,606; Deba, 12.4'ju:
I'hatiu. 6,066: scattering, 86, Taft'i
By majorities respectively of 1,700,
tilHI and 676, Jefferson, Sandusky and
Clermont counties. Ohio, last week vol
ad dr, knocking out 2 1 o saloons tin
ton county voted wet by 152.
The acquittal last week of two
more of the defendants in the Sprlni:
Held riot eases Is regarded as for"
casting the collapse of the cues
growing out of the recent riots.
Mrs. Chriatlna Clark, accused pf
the murder of her divorced bnaband,
OU trial at Vermillion, S D., was found
guilty. The Jurj returned a verdict ol
manslaughter in the second degree.
Mrs Rebecca Levj and ber two
year-old daughter were probably fa
tall) injured as the result of leaping
from the second s'or uindiw of I
burning tenement house in New Yoi I.
TWO boys named Maker, llvlnfi near
VVaveriy, Tenneaaaa, were given a se
vere whipping b maaked night rid
era at night for the reason, us given
b) the riders, thai they would not
doiph Fisher, a naturalised Am
erlcan cltlten, who has been held tot
the past eleven months In Russia Jails
on supposition of being implicated In
a murder, has been released from
Owen Klldare. author and play
Wright, who was a member ol a
Bowery gang before be gained literary
and dramatic honors, Is lu u New
York hospital, where his sanity will be
Supreme Justice Gerhard of New
York has banded down a decision de
nying the motion for an injunction
which would have suspended the tune
lions of the public service commission
In the first district.
Six robbers dynamited the State
bunk of Page, Neb., securing ull the
cash in the bunk, suld to amount to
ubout $4.nuii, and made good their es
cupe. While two men did the work
the others stood guard
Thousands of the unemployed of
London, currying u large banner with
the words "work or revolution, the
government to decide," marched
through the fashionable districts ot
London ou November 25.
The Towunda State bank vault at
Towanda, Kan., was blown open with
nltro glycerine at 2 o'clock in the
morning. The crackmen got about $:'.
5(Hl. They escaped on a Missouri l'a
citlc handcar ami tricycle.
(iovernor Harris of Ohio has de
clared himself a candidate for Senator
I'oriiker's place. He said: "1 have no
Coalition with any other candidate lor
I'niied Stales scnaior, and 1 am in no
sense opposed lo any of them."
Charles Stevens, the negro who
stole 60,000 from u registered mull
pouch In Kan tat City several months
UfO, was found guilty in the federal
court, on all six counts. The maxi
mum penalty is thirty-five years.
(iovernor Hunly of Indiana and par
ty on Thankssflvlng afternoon unveiled
(lie monument to the Indiana soldiers
wl'.o died at Andersonvllle prison. II
is the largest memorial yet placed in
the Andersonvllle national cemetery.
Public Printer John s. l ch iia-
enl his resignation to President
Kooseevlt, asking 10 be returned to
service In the Philippines Samuel it
Donnellj of Mrooklyn. N. Y., former
president of the Inlet national Typo
graphical union, was appointed to suc
ceed Mr Leech.
Ai the request of Mayor Harper the
Los Angeles eit council lias unaui
mOUaly adopted and telegraphed lo
Preaideni Rooeeveli resolutions re-
questing him lo retain the American
fleet III Pacific waters. Similar reso
Unions were adopted by the San
Diego city council.
"Moral auaethesia, u deadening of
the moral pel (opt ion." was ascribed
m Mae L. Oils when ihe hearing of
her case ;t- begun lu the municipal
court In Chicago last week. Miss Otis
was arrested recently, charged with
attempting 10 conspire to murder her
mother, Mrs Sarah otis.
The Kentucky state election hoard.
after an official canvaaa of thi vote in
the presidential election, has an
noiinced the result as follows: Taft,
235.711; Bryan, 244,092; Ohafln, 6.887;
1 1. Ii i, 4,060; OllhaUS I Socialist I a
inn i 404; Watson, 333; Hlagen, 200;
Democratic plurality, :;m.
The olliei.il vole of Illinois given OUI
last Week, shows: Taft received 829,-
832 vol.. Bryan, 160,810; Chafln, 29,
364; Debs, ::o.7ii; Qllhaus (Socialist
Labor), i ,6110; rlisgea, 1,764; Tui u
i United (lin- liaui, 400; Watson, 633
Uovi i nor ii, i n i Rep i , 660, 76;
Stevenson iDem I, 626,918.
i.ne cholera, which, since its pre
vail in' In Bi Petersburg throe months
ago, ha bei n iboggbl lo have been
extirpated, seems noa to have brok
in out afresh. The new cases an
mostly in well-to-do families and the)
shin', all the virulence of that of the
early duyi Of the epidemic.
Robert L, WootOB, who was injured
it the Hoyscn dam at Shoshone, Wyo .
I. eil ufter suffering terrible pain for
more than sl days
News has been received In Unite
of Ihe death at Itedlands. Cal., of Hr
John S Marshall, who. as manager of
Ihe Montana hotel. Anaconda, during
Marcus Daly's time, was the best
known bonlface In Montana.
In a (lii I on the desert near Rhyo
1 lite Nevada, John Smith was shot
'and killed by John Cvty. an Italian,
1 who was wounded In the arm. The
men quarreled over some mining
The hoard of control of the Dr
; Farming congress, which Is to meet at
Cheyenne February 23. announces
that reqoeats for accommodation are
coming from various sources, Indlcat
ing widespread belief that the congress
' Is lo be held this month
President Roosevelt will not make
u display at the Alaska-Yukon 1'acltlc
exposition of the trophies of his South
African hunt next year In reply to
i a formal request. Secretary Ixieb, for
' the president, has replied that It will
be Impossible to comply.
Because of the Importance of the
forestry reserve problem and othei
public questions In which the west is
vitally Interested. President Tnft will
l.e invited to attend the annual con
ventlon of the Trana-Mlaslaalppl con
great In Denver next August.
George H Soitt, county clerk and a
prominent Republican, and Attorney
William ii. Maioney, n Democratic
leader, fought one hour and Ave mln
ntes in a gulch at Unite, under prise
ring rules, to Settle an election bet.
'Ihe fight was Anally declared a draw
In order to provide foil the widows
and Orphans Of the victims of the re
cent mine disaster at Red Lodge,
Mont . when nine men lost their lives,
each miner at Red Lodge has been as
sessed III--' sum of $H There are over
J I 1(1(1 minora in the camp, and the as
seeamenl will amount to $in,non.
Two men attacked Tom LOO, an
aged Chinaman of Reno. Intent on
jobbery, and was beating the old man
! to death when bis cries brought
scores of Chinamen, who drove Ihe
robbers off. but not until Loo was bad
Iy Injured. The robbers are believed
to be members of an organised band
The Northwestern railroad has dis
covered a large bed of gravel at Wa
haba, west of Shoshone, Wyo., and will
in i in- spring cutablish gravel nils and
ballast its entire line from Lander ti
Omaha. The gravel Is said to be slm
ilar to the celebrated Sherman hill
ballast on the line of the Union Pacific
Relieved by the police to be on a
still hunt for the man who betrayed
Joseph i !ai 'la alias Cordova. Into the ,
hands of officers of the law the nlghl
of May 6. and Incidentally Ihe lender
of a Rang of thieves who have been
operating In Seattle for the past three
months, Sadie Helcher Is under arrest
George Lyman Out son. one of the
best known residents of Star valley,
was Instantly killed while rolling logs
In Orover canyon, near Afton, Wyo
Two sections of a log which his son
had sawed In two got away and rolled
down hill toward Dili ton, who fled be
fore them, but was struck, his neck
The Western Pacific Railroad com
pan) announced last .veeU the complc
tlon of lis Flower Lake tunnel, which
cuts under ihe Pequop mountains, in
Nye county. Nevada. The tunnel is;
on the main line of the Western Pu '
citlc and is 5.057 feet In length. Al
most the entire distance is through
An assessment of 1 cent per capita
wnTchwill total $2!i.loi and which will
be used for Increasing the member
ship as well as making the section
more efficient In every way, waa
made by the building trades branch
of the American Federation of Labor
at the sessions of Its annual conven
tion In Denver.
The paaaenger department of tin-
Oregon Short Line railroad announces
that the Yellowstone park season,
which usually closes along In Beptem-
I per, will be materially lengthened
I next summer to accommodate travel
I to and from the Alaska Yukon Puctflc
At Amboy. Wash . Fred Swindle, a
(arm hand, shot and killed Fd Newell,
litem, ited to kill Mrs Newell, and
.hen killed himself. Rack Of Ihe nag
"dy is a Story of unrequited love and
despondency due to the marriage of
Newell to Mrs Rose Hoffman, three
Francis J. Heney, the Sun Francisco
attorney who was shot by Morris
Haas, celebrated Thanksgiving da by
taking an automobile ride in Oolden
(late park, lie was accompanied by
his wife. Dr. Iteasb y. Rudolph Spreck
lea, William J Hums and James Fole,
A strong effort will be made al the
approaching session of Congress to se
cure the passage of the dry farm
homeatead bill which encountered so
many obstacles at the last session.
Senator Bmool of Utah will take up
the light in the senate, as be was the
original author of tin- bill.
The Wyoming Wool Growers' a
elation is circulating two thousand
petitions among the buaineai mi I
the state protesting against any reduc
tion In present duties on wool and
hides, and asking lor a higher
dule on wool of the third class, or
the ,i,o called carpel wools.
Alfred Kenney, aged ;u, manager of
the Postal Telegraph company In Hel
ena, died last week of tUberCUlo i .
Mr. Kenne came from Washington,
D. C, foui years ago for his health
and for I time it was thought he wal
Improving, but about three weeks ago
he hud u serious hemorrhage.
MADE ROACHES HI8 FRIENDS.
Act of Artemui Ward That Had Far
Ceorge V. Kclcey, a veteran Journal
ist of Cleveland, remembers Artemus
Ward called on me," he said Ihe
other day, the nlht before one of
Ids panoramu lectures. There were
some three or four large roaches scur- J
rylng about my room, and they attract
ed his attention.
" 'I am very fond of roaches,' he
said 'Once, in my own home, I found n
roach Struggling In a bowl of water I
took n half walnut shell and put him
In it; It made a good boat; I Rave him
a couple of toothpicks for oars Next
morning 1 saw that he had fastened
a hair to one of the toothpicks, and
had evidently been Ashing. Then,
overcome with exhaustion, he had
fallen asleep The sight moved 8M I
took him out, washed him, gave him ,
a spoonful of hulled egg, and let him I
go. That roach never forgot my kind
ness, and now my home Is full of
BAD ITCHING HUMOR.
Limbs Below the Knees Were Raw
Feet Swollen Sleep Broken
Cured In 2 Days by Cuticura.
"Some two months ago I had a hu
mor break out on my limbs below my
knees. They came to look like raw
beefsteak, all red, and no one knows
how they Itched and burned. They
were so swollen that I could not get
my shoes on for a week or more. I
ti i d live ot ; i different remedies and
got no help, only when applying them
the burning was worse nnd the Itching
less. For two or three weeks the suf
fering was intense and during that
time i did not sleep an hour at a time.
Then one morning I tried a hit of
Cuticura. From the moment it touched
me the Itching was gone and I have
not telt n hit or it since. The swelling
went ('.own and in two days I had my
shoes ou nnd was about as usual.
Uoorge B. Furley, 50 South State St.,
Concord. N. 11.. May 14. 1U07."
TWO GOOD STORIES BY BARRIE.
One Told by Successful Author Is De
cidedly Against Himself.
Mr. J. W, Hanie, the author of
"What Every Woman Knows," tellu a
good story against himself.
A lady of his ac'iuaititance bud
taken n friend to see one of his pluje, I
and, quite isi,i.io!;id, he SEkd her I
why she did so.
"Oh," was the reply, "It's such a
quiet street for the horses!"
He also tells of a playgoer who re
ceived no response to his repeated re
quests to a lady In front of him to
remove her huge hat.
At length, exasperated, he said: "If
you won't take off your hat, my dear
madam, will you be so kind us lo fold
back your ears?" Woman's Life.
Cook (to her friend) The proposal
that the widower made me wns reully
very moving. He brought his four
children wt'h him, and they ull knelt
Mr. Tlmmld Huve have you no
ticed, Miss Maud, that the chandelier
seems to be shaking? Are you sure
that the foundations of your house
are aro quite secure?
Miss Maud There's nothing to be
alarmed ubout, Mr. Tlmmld. Pupa's
room Is Just overhead, and he's snoring.
Glow of Health Speaks for Postum.
It requires no scientific training to
discover whether coffee disagrees or
Simply stop It for a time and use
Po.it mil In plana Of it, then note the
beneficial effects. The truth will appear.
"Six years ago I was in a very bad
condition,'' writes a 'l'enn. lady, "I suf
fered from Indigestion, uervoiiBness
and in on. ma
"I was then an Inveterate coffee
drinker, but ll was long before I could
be persuaded thai It was coffee thai
hurt me. Finally I decided to leave it
off a few days and find out the truth
"The first morning l left off coffee I
had a raging headache, so I decided I
must have something to take the place
ot coll, e " liiie headache was caused
by the reaction of tbo coffee drug
"Having heard of Postum through a
friend who used It. I bought a package
and tiled it. I did not like It al Hist
inn utter I learned how to make it
right, according to directions on pkg.,
I would not change back to coffee for
"When l began to use Postum I
weighed Only 11V lbs. Now 1 weigh
17U and as 1 have not taken any ionic
in that time I can only attribute my
recovery of good health to the use of
l'o. i mi in place of coffee.
"My husband says I am a living ad
vertl ' i, 1,-n t for Postum. 1 am glad to
be ilio means of inducing my many
fii' lids to use Posi uin, loo."
Name given by Postum Co, Battle
Cr ek, Mich, Read "Tha Road to Well
iii''," In i kgt rii,-: ' ,i Reason."
Hot mill Ihi- above Irllrrf A ni-w
,,!,- ,i)iiir frniii lime to llmt. 'I'liry
lire Keuulue, ,, ,,, Huil full ot Uuuih ,
Fortune Teller This line here
shows thnt yon will die in a vear
Client Omul heavens! In a year?
"I I'm yes- but lu which year 1
can't quite tell you."
Catnrrli Cnnnot Be Cured
Willi LOCAL Al'l'l t(' I llls. m tiny rulnint rrnrl,
Hi,- wrtl Of dm SBMM Cftlnrrh l n htiwHl or run. II
tuUiuini ttiM-n'. iumI in order lo SSI u v,m numt i a,
ini.TiiiU mnodloi iinirn ostarrh euro u tnkm in-
1,'nmlly. mill nl, dITVFUy uihii UM IiIiuhI nnil BUfouj
Riirfiirm Mull Cnlnrrh Curr H link h ij l milli
on.' ii win, prfSoribfd by o r tin- it phvulriaiifl
In Hit nnmtry for your nnd 1- n niniliir pro., rlptlnii
II Ifl -omttm-,l ,t lh Ih,i tonlm known, ronililiii',!
wllh UM t,ii Stood purtftm. nrtln tllrn-Uy on llir
iniK-oiiN -it I.-.-. To rf,rt niinhltiMlon ot the
two iTiit-rt'flictii,, i whu produce! men womlfrtui r,--.llltH
In ciirlnr mlnrrli S-mt for ti-flllmoliliilR. frr,
l I ( III M V A I'll PTDBSm luliilu. (
8,1,1 by lim.iHi. prior. -'..-lokr
SB'S Kntnlly I'llln for -r i,,i !.,,,
Pensions for I lie heroes of the cross
were advocated by Prof. .1. W Zellei
before the Lav men's association of
the Central Ohio Methodist conference.
Mm. Wlneluw'i. Soothing1 M.rrnp.
Vor rhndreo (ri'ttilnu. oftoaa 1 1, nnr". r,lucp. h
fUimiiMUou,lli,)ipalii,LUrea wtudcullu. IttutbulUa.
Lot's wife may have been peppery
before she turned to salt.
Allen'i. PfoqtaBase.B r,,w,lrr
rorwoll'h. sw.-n; uitf l.-oi. liUi'NliiKlunl rrllof Tl,
oritfiniil H,wUor for III,' f,-1. '.Witt all llniutflMs.
Friend, what you'd get, first earn
ay be prmtanctilly overcome by proper B
personul efforts vithlnc a$$.i$o,nre H
of the otto truly loiuit ml laxative B
rcmecty, 0ru e) le v. end lUutrofSrsna, B
ttl'i' iKvliltv, on, lci,it,i it-foilar B
Kabittn daily So that assistance fo ml',
lure may be gradually dispense) w'4)
when no longer tu-cK-it a&the be.it ef H
ivioei'ii" .wli, I, miuiicl aic to assist H
nature and not to supplant Ihe natan, H
or functions, vlurtt Htuftt depend lt
rnatety upon propev nouriteStnent, H
proper cf f ovt.4,rl rifjtit iiv ing grnrraliy.
oyl its beneficial effects, always riril
buy the genuine
SyrupfigsxlDur0f Senna H
. i'o,(,.u l, ! by tor H
Fio Syrup Co. only H
SOLD QY AlU '.ExDINC DRUCCISTS gaH
ouettieonly, rvuiar price SOftHottle H
Practical Brief Figuring
Riructtuu himI tnnin' ntinljr. It contain I h miat H
practical method r quick figuring;, a well n nu- imVaVaVaVfl
'iis tnluahlMHIKiKT ri'TH for tnerimit iV itnrt
pmf turn, ihTkn, buoUhMMjn ami .VaVaVaVJ
and h rare oollertlon of problraii nlmtlar in iihhw VbVH
r 1 1 i t id-, tin rtvll BcrvlM KxaiiilliAtloil.
choice hook, toitnthtT with a pamphl. t ooB V
tninlna full ciplanatlon ami oonplctc noiiitli u of H
prublt puM en of fi. VdVdffH
JOHN U. v I I vs. DBTKOIT. MICMKUN. iH
NATURAL UTERINE M
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in l,-.iler n,1 l'iii1tny,1riiirwlMiln I int. l swot Hggggl
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".n iNTii.sii aopportor.
W. N. U . Salt Lake City, No. 49, 1908
MzkuMWT 1 sVirlVjH
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