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CATARRH IN HEAP.
Pe-ni-na- Pe-ru-na. MR. WW. A. PRE88ER. Mi: wi i,i,i am a. PRBSaBR, ma Third Are,, Molina, 111., write "1 li;ivibrciih!itTrrini; fnnn catarrh In the heed for Mm p:i--t two pon'tha mill tried InnvtnernbTe ao-ealiea rerae- ilie-R without nvuil. Mo OIM ItnoWB how I nave Buffered not only from tin- iis BBaa itM'lf. Init from iiiiirtitiiut ion when in t'ompjiN v of f r ir mis of st rangers. "1 hare need two botl lea of your hied li'ini' for tt short time only, and it effected ti complete medical cure, unci what is better Jet, ttia disease has not rrt urnad. ran most emphatically recommend Parma to all aufferen from this dis ease." Read This f xperience Mr. A. '1 hompson, Bo SB, R. R. 1. Martel, Ohio, writes: "When I began Veinr tre'iitiiunt IB eyes were tnllamed, nose Wat slopped tip half of tin" time, anil wan sore and se-uliliy. 1 could not rest at Dlght on account of continual hawking and spitting. "I hail tried nveral remedies and wan AH about to jrive up, but thought 1 would NeW try l'cruna. 'After 1 had taUen iilioiiteim-thiril of a bottle I noticed a dilTercncc. I am DOW completely cured, after suffering with catarrh for eighteen years. "I think if those who are nfliieted with catarrh would try l'cruna they Would never regret It." Parana i manufactured by tho Pei una Drag M fr. Co., Columbus, Ohio Ask i our Druggist tor a Free Peruna Almanac for 1909. CAUGHT. I ' " diiv. anafl"B aar ' - -JS sL.bWjlZ" gar St "I'll give you a penny if you can pall fish." Qt -cod." r 'That ain't fish." "What Is It, then?" Used Dolls to Set Fashions. I.onK before women's newspapers were started, and fashion plateB In their modern form were thought of, women derived their knowlcdKe of the fashions from dolls dressed in modern costumes, which were sent from ono country to another, more especially from l'arls. which then, as now, was th leadiiiK center of the mode. Pettit's Eye Salve for Over 100 Years has bean used tor congested and inflamed eves, removes dim or scum over 'he eyes. All druggist -in- Howard Bros . Buffalo, N. Y. Many a man has lost his noejel name by having It engraved on the handle of his umbrella. ONLY OWHBOMO Ql IHIKB" Thut In I.AXATIVK HlloMo eit IMNK. I fpl Ik mkiiiihin- ol K W. i.lliivV:. t M'it thu World otit in Curt, a e'uld In on,- Pay. lift'. Even a fast man may not make a rapid recovery when he's 111. If Your Ftt Ai-lie or Itiim art iv Mr imeknire nf All, ii h roiriKssff li irlrrs quirk n Hi'f. Two niilliuii pacissfs s,,UI yrurly. Smiles make a belter salve for trou ble than do frowns. ykm ggaSBalaX 'Sv- rl ' I-C- m SICK HEADACHE r -TT-l Positively cured by CARTERS lhese ' m,e r,,,s D" Thrv also rrtle-re Dl I "rT f" Hnssfroa Djrspapslsnlo- . Baewtfe ilii-i-siiiiiiunitTiKillfurtf k h I VER ' ""' A ' " '" - MM L,.T"i I,.,- in.'iiii ... Nine rjl PILLS. KrownliH-i.ii. Hint (, J gpj 1 .,. i. 'in 111, SI, null, I i.it sfinBJSBBj in Isaaaaaaaaaal , , ,i , , Tbry nifuluto lien liowelie. I'liei-ly Ve, nimble. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. p.rjTCDc Genuine Must Bear LAKItno Fac-Simile Signature l lalaiil I REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. jL ,i.fiaBBM.iv BayaBastaaaai NORTHWEST NOTES Business men of Denver have bfRun tclklns; for a world's fair to be held In the Colorado capital In 1911 The Orr-pion legislature assembled on .January 11, both houses perfecting organisations, ( N. McArthur being rboson as speaker of the house, and i'av llowerman president of the sen ate. According to lite report of the state Rupetintendent of public Instruction t Montana, there are 7i.9t!9 children nf school age In that state. This Is a ; aln of several thousand over thu preceding year. The recent severe rainstorms have rauaed a great deal of anmnanee ami Ii ss to residents of Reno. Nevada, business houses along the fiver being I i oiled and telephone and telegraph service badly crippled. In a pistol duel In a saloon In Seven 'I roughs. Nevada. Qeorge U Jordan v .is shot In ihe left arm, after strik ing William Morrison over the head with a bottle. Hoiti men llred sev i i ;il shots, but their aim was had. Sheepmen whose Ibx-ks air rang Ing in the Red Desert country In WyOtntBfl fear heavy losses as a re Milt of the recent snowstorms It is estimated that ihere are at least a I'illion bead of shiep In that ,sct' t on Two men were tunned to death, i lie was probably fatally burned, and two painfully Injured in the destruc Hon by fite of the (ileal Northern hotel at Kverett. Wash., on .lanniir 14. An explosion of gasoline ci-.used the fire. The Soulhe-n Pacific oil house at Wells, Nevada, was destroyed by fire last week Fur a time the tire threat ened to spread to adjoining railroad property, but was held In check by Ihe efforts of citizens and railroad employes. The French three masted ship Alice, hound from Ixmdon to Port land, went ashore during a gale at Ocean Park, which Ilea about twenty miles up the Washington roast from Ihe Columbia river. The crew got .-utfely ashore. John ('. Beatty, aged !.'. of Mount Vernon. N. Y., said to be a wealthy landowner, was found dead In a ba'h tub In Denver, in which hot water was running. As far as known Ihe body had been In the water a'l night, hihI was literally boiled. Thomas Nasglitnn, one of the pw llest pioneers of Montana, aged 80 jcars, died suddenly at Helena on Jan uary 12 He was one of the first ettlers of Alder Gulch and was prom inently connected with mining and ranch ini crests of the state. lieryl Benjamin i..c.a a young at torney, was declared not guilty In Federal .ludge lewis's court In Den ver, of using the "hypnotic eye" or exercising powers of clairvoyance to Influence jurors to hand down ver diets favorable to his clientb. George Campbell and William Par tiell came near losing their lives thirty mles north of Reno, Nevada, when they were caught in a storm while walking from a construction camp to Reno. They were found l passers h . and It Is feared both men will lose both leg!, they were so bad 1 frozen. Belllngham, Wash., was shaken by an earthquake at S:4I O'elOSh January 11. The buildings In all parts of town were jarred. Hundreds Of people rushed Into the streets. The duration ot the shock was about ten seconds Some of the brick butldlnga were so badly shaken thai the plaster fall to the floor. What la probably the largest herd 1 1 caribou on earth, numbering, ac cording to arrivals at Dawson from l.adeux valley, half a million, was last week reported trekking in the course ot a sudden change of winter (pinners from Sixty Mile creek to the 'lanmiii river, the line of march be ing from IS to 20 tulles in width. In his message to the legislature. (iovi rnor Chamberlain, ol Oregon. urges strict observance of the direct primary pledge on the election of a United States senator. It hapj I i hat Governor Chamberlain hJmselt Is the choice of the people for the senate O. W Mai his, who confessed to Wrecking the Kxchange Slate hank Ol Blaine Wash.. In November, 1907. and pleaded guilty to a forgery barge of May, 1908, receiving u sen tence of fourteen years In ihe peni tentiary, has been parUoned by Gov ernor Mead The Denver Trades nnd l,ahor aaaombly at a recent meeting adopted resolutions denouncing the recent de cision of the supreme court of the Dlstrlcl of Columbia sentencing Gum pern, Mitchell and Morrison of the American Federation of Ijibor to tine and imprisonment A lone masked bandit entered the Bridge restaurant ou the West Holly street viaduct. Bclllnnham. Wash.. just before daylight on January 11. lie lined ihe patrons, cook and waller up against the wall with a revolver uid looted the cash register, securing 1163, and disappeared. Jacob II-,, title, a Polish -German, ill ears of age, was brought into Lom bard, Mont., In a serious condition troin wounds and exposure, the charge being made by Brentlc that he was set upon by a companion, shot nnd robbed. He will recover from I'ls frightful experience K. H. llarrlman has ordered ihe Bfl gineerlag department of the Union Pa cific railroad to at once parallel ihe lines of Ihe Colorado and Southern In the northern pari of Colorado. A construction force of over I, lion men will be thrown into the field as soou ss they can be organized NEWS SUMMARY I A large number of new cases ot cholera are reported In fit. Peters burg every day. Oery F. Carroll on January It took the onth of office and was sworn In as Iowa's governor. Two men weiv frozen to death and many persons suffered from the cold owing to a gas shortage In I'lttsbnrg last week. An Increase of the navy to the ex tent of $29,000,000 has been agreed upon by the house commltlee on raval affairs. Carrie Nation, the antisaloon cru sader, was arrested at Newcastle on- Tyne, England, last week while en- ii' d In a crusade on a saloon l-atcst reports show lhat ihe nuni ber of deaths In the I.lck branch mine to Switchback, W. Va . as result ol B j.as explosion, will not exceed BftJ nine. Juan Vlncente. the mall Barrio be tween Rodeo and Duranno. Mexico. I Wei murdered on a recent trip and I the mall bags robbed of $700 in I ensb. Adl.tl Stewnson, Democratic candi date for governor ol' Illinois. In the leeellt eleelloll. hits signed a pM it loll Baking fot B recount of all votes 0MI for that office The explosion ot liicdaaip 111 the Anka coal mine at Yi-w.pilni. Austria, resulted in the death Of tlflyslx men Of 210 men entombed,' 184 were taken onl alive, weeping reform, affecting the i rimlnal classes in the District of Co I i ti. 1 1, -i are recommended In u rs-cenl upon transniiiied to congress by President llooaevelt, ecretajy of Agriculture Wilson dOOlarea thai "the time will come "hen iii this coiftitry trees will he as scarce in; diamonds, unless steps are taken to preserve our forests." During the recent trip from Manila if the transport Sheridan, seven Jap anese fishermen who were found clinging to an overturned boat were reacned and landed at Nagasaki. Applications for pardon or commu tation of sentence have been filed by General fftoeaael and Admiral Neha EOtOff, who are now confined In the loi-tress of St. Peiet and St Paul. After attempting to rob a public house in Omaha and shooting a girl who resisted, an unknown highway man shot and killed Patrolman I A. Smith. The girt will probably re cover. The Mtivia de Oro Mining com pany, In Ihe 1'rlque district of Ch liuahua, was robbed last week of $0,000 by bandits, who raided the of fice of the company and dynamited the safe. The general assembly of Ohio, In ;otnt session, officially declared that Congressman Theodore K. Burton, of ( leveland, should be the successor of Joseph B. Foraker In the United States senate. James York, a quarry worker, of Mankato, Minn, while despondent, cut the throats of four of his children, i.nd then committed suicide by hang ing himself. The dead children ranged from 8 to 14 .wads old. A Canadian Pacific freight train tan into a snowsllde at Throe Valley I like, British Columbia, the engine plunging Into the lake, the engineer and fireman being pinned in th cabin of the engine and drowned. Representative Charles S. I.nndls. of Indiana, when Baked about the published report lhat he had been ol find the position of public printer, said: "I am going home to live mi my farm. 1 would not acrept that office." Venezuela and the I'nlled States have agreed to the basis of a settle ineiii of the disputes between them, and a protocol Is being drawn up. Preaumptlvely the cases in dlaputa win be referred to 'ihe Hague for arbitration Charles S. Cameron, president of Ihe Tube Cliv Railroad company, who las been on trial at Pittsburg, charged with attempting to bribe for mer city Councilman William a Mar- lin, in connection with ihe passage of franchise ordinances, was found Buiiiy. Signs of relieved activity, now that conditions are becoming mora settled since the earthquake disaster, are noticeable everywhere In, Mrs slna. Mun persons who left the city Immediately alter the catastrophe are returning, anxious to start life anew. Heirs of George Washington are Urging before congress a claim of 1806,100 as reimbursement for 1,000 inns of land alonr; the Little Miami river In Ohio, which was granted It Washington, but. was lost by conflict ing grants made under the BUthOrltJ of the United Slates The appeal from Ihe recent de C'slOn of Judge Wright of Ihe District cf Colombia supreme court in sen tenolng gamuel Qompera, John Mitch ell and Frank Morrison to Jail for contempt, will be vigorously pressed by laboring men. and u call lor funds is to be leaned ahortb Iowa liquor denial are worried over the recommendation or Qovernoi (larst iii his message to the leglsla lure that the tax ou salonnB be doti Heel ami that $400 of Ihe $1,200 col lected yearly be expended In buildlni; good roads The revenue' would limounl to $7r,o.no a M-ar. After years of vain endeavor to Obtain compensation for Ihe loss ol her kingdom. Queen l.iliuokalanl, former queen of Hawaii, appeared before the house committee In DM son last week to press her claims. She is now willing to accept $250,U0U In settlement of her claims. COULD NOT SHAKE IT OFF. Kidney Trouble Contracted b i" - sands In the Civil War. James W Clay, 666 W. Fayette St., Baltimore, Md . says: "I was trou- ' pU bled with kidney f ! complaint from the j i$ time of the Civil war. Vi W There wns constant Y !aJ pain In the hack and A "mJ head and the kld- 'Y A. ney secretions were ' dfifggggV painful anil Bhowed Wr a sediment. Theflrst A jFT reineily to help me wns Doan's Kidney Pills. Three boxes mnde a complete cure nnd during five years past I have had no return of the tiouhlo." Sold by nil dealers. B0c a box. Kos-ter-Milburn Co, Buffalo, N. Y. NO TEMPTATION. 4ai I li-i iBanwBBJnnaBL. Wag (referring to Miss Olelbirdl I'm, I should think It would be more suitable If she were standing under "elderberries" Instead of mlstletoe-berrles. MIX FOR RHEUMATISM The following Is a never failing rem edy for rheumatism, and If followed up It will effect a complete cure of the very worst cases: "Mix one half pint of good whiskey wllh one ounce of Toris Compound und add one ounce 8yrup Sais.iparllla Compound. Take in tablespoonful doses before; eai li meal and at hedllme." The ingre dients can be procured at any drug store and easily mixed at home. The Common Strain. The stress of life may (ouch seine lightly, may uppear to pass others by, but most men whom we meet, wllh whom we deal, who work for us or for whom WO work, know well the common stress of humanity. If In all our human relations this thought could be kept before us it would revolutionize life. We would be humanized ennobled. We would care for men as men. We could not escape the transforming realiza tion of an actual brotherhood If we recalled and thought upon the un deniable fact of our own part in the universal brotherhood of the com mon strain. Schuyler O. Woodhull, in The Bellman. How to Know the Trees. There Is an auctioneer whose "gift of gab" nnd native wit draw many purchasers to his sales, but some times he Is the subject 'rather thun the cause of amusement. The man's name Is O. A. Kelley. Not long ago he had to sell, among other things, a lot of pine logs, and the day before tbeiale he went over them and marked the end of each log with Ins initials. On the day of the auction an Irish man came along and immediate! no liced Ihe logs with the letters on them "O. A. K.," he read, loud enough for all round to hear. "Ilegorra, If 'tis not Just like Kelley in deceive us into baiavtng thim pine logs are oak!" Springfield Republican. Mice on the Pillow. "I'm not so much afraid of mice as some women," salel si , "but I don't I like them In my hair. The either night I finished a biscuit 1 was eating aln i I went lo bed and natural!) left smile crumbs about, not meaning to, never thinking of mice. "Well, about Ihe middle of Ihe night 1 heard scampering, and there were the mice all over mv hair, trying to gel at those erunibs. "I tell you. 1 gave one shriek, sprang up. Ilghtee) all the gas In the room and sat up the rest of the night watch Ida that pillow." HER MOTHER-IN LAW Proved a Wise, Good Friend. A young woman out in In. found a wise-, good friend in hi'r mother-in-law, jokes notwithstanding She writes: "it is two yeara since, we began us ing Postum In our house. 1 was grent ly troubled wllh my stomach, complex ion was blotchy and yellow. After meals I often suffered sharp pains and would have lo lie down. My mother often told ma It was the coffee I drunk lit meals. But when I'd quit coffee I'd have a severe headache. "While visiting my niother-liilaw 1 remarked that aha always made iuch good coffee, and asked her lo toll me how. She laughed and told me It was easy to make good 'coffee' when you use Pnstum. "I began to UBO Posiuiu as soon as 1 got home, and now we have the- same good coffee' (Postum) evi'iy day. and I have no more I rouble. Indigestion is a thing of the past, nnd my complex ion has cleared up beautifully. ".My grandmother suffered a great deal wllh her stomach. Her doctor told her to leave off coffee. She tlnn took lea hut that was just us had. "She finally was Induced to try Postum which she has use-d for over a year. She traveled during the winter over Ihe greater part of Iowa, visit Ing. something the had not been able to do for years. She sayB she owes her present good health to Postum." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read, "The Road to Well ville," In pkgs "There'g a Reason." Ctrr re-nel Ibr nbnvef Irttrrf A BOW .,nr iiiiih to freim llieir III line-. They lire . Kin,,, true, unci full vt nuuian luterest. CURES COLDS QUICKLY A i. er falling home remedy for oughs Hnd colds b made from the fol- ' lowing furmula to he mixed at home "Two ounces of glycerine, one-half ounce of Concentrated pine compound, one half pint of good whiskey; mix and shake thoroughly; use In doses of a tcnspoonful to n table-spoonful every four hours." Thus will cure any cough that Is cur able, or break up an acute cold In twenly-four hours. The Ingreellents all CM be gotten at any drug store. The Concentrated pine Is a pine prod uct leflned for medical use ami comes only in half ounce bottles, each en Cloned In n round case, which Is air tight, but DC sure thai it is labeled "Concentrated." Hit Vocabulary. H I was an only ediilel They were very particular about Ills manner of speech, constantly Correcting him s;i that lie- would use beautiful Kngllsli He. however, "as allowed now and then to aaaoctate with other ohfldren Me playcHl with a neighbor boy n long while osa da mid wheui he rami' home there wns nn ecstatic smile, on his fare. 'I like Hint boy, mother." hf -aid "I like' him very much, Re aweara beautiful!) He knows every word.' He's No Player. Bronson I'm sorry the golf enson l hns closed Woodson Why? Bronson It Is better to have BMpla go and play the game than to haw them sit around and talk about It. PtXJBi CtraUBD IN a iii 14 DAY. I'A.O OINTMENT U Hiiiinoite-ril Co run- liny i.iim, i,( Ii liinti. itlliiil HIvedlBfl OF Proirmltnir 1'ite-i In 11 te, 11 -In, v r lii,itie,y rrf undent. UK-. If every man wns compelled to act as his own fool-killer (here would be an epidemic of suicides. MORE -PIMM JMES Added to the Long List due to This Famous Remedy. Camden, N.J. "It la with pleasure that I add my testimonial to your , already long list hopincrthat It may : Induce others to avail themselves of Mt " I this valuable inecli- sm leW cine, LydiaE. Pink- aBBBBBBBBBBBBaV ham's Y c L'ctahle, tB Compound. I suf EL ft reel from terrible f' r-; headaches, pain in . L W my back nnd right WtyEZy ,j. I side, was tired and I nervous, and ao S weak I con lil hardly , I stand. Lydia E. I rinkham'sVegeta- (j( I'le Compound ie- ' 1 stored me to health and made me feel like a new person, and it shall always have niy praise." Mrs. W. P. Valkntink, 002 Lincoln Avenue, Camden, N. J. Gardiner, Ale. " I was a great suf ferer from a female disease. 'I be doc tor said I would liave to go to the hospital for an operation, but LydiaE. I'inkli. itn's Vegetable Compound com pletely cured mo in three months." Mns. 8. A. Williams, It. 1 li. Ho. 14, Box 89, Gardiner Me. Because your case is a difficult one, doctors having done you no pood. do not continue to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pliikham's "Vegetable Compound u, trial. It surely Ii.ib cured I many cases of female ills, such as in llammat inn, ulceration, displacements, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic lulus, backache, that bearing-down reeling, indigestion, dizziness, and ner vous prostration. It costs but a tritle to try it, and the result is worth mil lions to many suffering women. I ' BggggJ WtxWvVvvotX vluv WycmawawVy oyo?coto H toyworarrOTiv,vacwsnvvvVfci' H MstoTvctvJ Vcutuv Wktvcv) M tavaVwb Yune&y Sycuv ojfvfc atVavr M (j Scwa wuc ewuXiVs (.ntJwm w4fiW iiHH VA US day .St W O.SM5.0nK 0 rUXlU H uuvj to raua Av ycnscA wH HH www u Wcr ucukd . os c to ej M rv.uvwiws wVv t iviwwa i w . 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PrAllTinW I N""e U'-nuiite without W. 1. tv-nala iVf, VHU I IUI1 I mb and i-n.-t at ami I Oil UittutaV ifH raat Color lyaltta Uaad Bielaatnly Catalog mailed froa. . W. i, DOLULAS, 147 ifarti St., Untku. fUm. M PORTRAITS CRAYON, PASTEL . SCPIA H i fi-ii'i ni from phntoM aprclgtHy worki HtiHolutfly uni.Mif and prlcen very reaaamewbl. BH riuiion ri'i-t'i vi-il l.y in. ul and portrait rn H turned In a few day by ex preHtw day n' offer: aend 91. Maud photo and receive 6 U0 pur trail H In ten iIhvh. AtfentH wanted. H HOritlNS roKTLAIT COMPANY. .iflH 30S-304 Heveraiice Bldg. Loa AMuai.n.OAsV i BHAIR BALSAM H Clganaat and boautinaw tha baa. J fSoiiiutaa a luxuriant gn-wlh 'BjAWJ Mrver rail to Beatorw Orsrar gggggggggVal Ualr to Ita Youi'hfxil Color. LVcaVgVMf Curea aralp dtefwera h hair falllnau lBgHgPWaf aik ,at..1 at el lnmlaa gggggggggggggj HOWARD E. BURTON, "JAiMer?0 i Bnstssja stteMeM c.iii. siivrr. id. ,i i, ,,i,i mi- gggggga Te'r.ltk-; Cinla.UM-l 7,lnreirl,iiiMr.ll C'yanlile, irals, H iiuiiinjf rim ,,, miii luii i" ii ,, iit Him i,ii .i'i,i.,-- aggggggaj Itun. T'eintrol eind ueuplrv work hjIIi ei-il. Lead ggggggga Villa, OolO. U,'liT,-m,. C'urbunai N,i..iml 1W1UL MMMM i VgYBYgVa B mim m tANtui's ELECTROTYPES 1 ii i,ri t v.nifi v r,r i,. ni t li,. I,,,-- urlroft by ggggggggl I. II hit I"", , M-Uhl ll'l III U . 1 , !.. .-il I ,.l--r. gBH ' " - H n ii dti I nrtu" WHIl( ,ou -"- "" aggggaa VI I VliaswitcO. WKIISOO. MIIII4 1 nrt'iaiirr ctirtii i-.-i iw,irk nh-4 faTaBH uSSSmH ; Thompson's Eye Wsler M W. N. U Salt Lake City, No. 4, 1909. H Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect. See that your horse is not allowed to go lame. Keep Sloan's Liniment on hand and apply at the first aipns of stiffness. :' It's wonderfully penetrating goes right to the spot relieves '"" the soreness limbers up the joints and makes the muscles elastic and pliant. Sloan's Liniment will kill a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swol len joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula, sweeney, founder and thrush. Price, 50c. and $1.00. I. Dr. Earl S. Sloan, - Boston, Masa. ) Bloat! Imi-iU on horeMis, cattle, shaap and poultry sent free. T II BAD COLDS Uf Wfm 'c ihe forciunncri ol dangeroua diseases ot the throat and lungs. If WW In you have a cough, you can stop it with Puo'i Cure. If you auHer Itam Mil J 1 lioarsenrss, tore thtoal, LroucKitii or paina in the lungs, Pisu't Cute will HI I oon leslore the initaled throat and lungs to normai, healthy condition. igB 1 lH An ideal renirdy (oi children. I ire irorn opiates and dnfigetous in- IB J 1 gredients, Fot hall a century the sovereign remedy in thousands ol TR homes, two chionic forms ol lung diseases m M RESPOND TO PISO'S CUE J