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Appleton, Wisconsin. **A neighbor, advised me to use Peruna. . '• ,1 ‘ to ttnprott .... - mtlijjjjr MK«. IiHMA STOLT. Mrs. Emma Stolt, 1009 Oneida St., Ap pleton, Wls., writes: “Peruna has done me a great deal of good since I began taking it and lam always glad to spcuk a good word for it. “Three years ago I was in a wretched condition with backaches, bearing do wn pains, and at times was so sore and lame that I conld not move about. I had in flammation and irritation, and although I used different remedies they did me no good. “A neighbor who had been using Pe runa advised me to try it, and I am glad that I did. I began to improve as soon as I took it and l felt much better. “I thank you for your fine remedy. It is certainly a godsend to sick women. Catarrh of the Internal Organs. ■ Miss Theresa Bertles, White Church, Mo., writes: “I suffered with catarrh of the stom ach, bowels and internal organs. Every thing I ate seemed to hurt me. I never had a passage of the bowels without tak ing medicine. I was so tired mornings and ached all over. I had a pain in my left side, and the least exertion or excite ment made me short of breath. “Now, after taking Peruna for six months, I am as well as I ever was. Pe runa lias worked wonders for me. I be lieve Peruna is the best medicine in the world.and I recommend it to my friends.” Pure Whits 111 . 41\ jl Lead Paint Ijl gives them a higher selling value, but it makes things wear better and givea them a higher value for long wear. ( Pure White Lead gives an opaque, durable coat that protects and pre. serves from the ravages of lime a and weather. I Prospective buyers of Pure ft White Lead have heretofore f been subject to much attempted! *1 fraud in adulteration and sub-| J stitution. You are now pro tected by the Dutch Boy trade mark which is found on the side of kegs containing only Pure White Lead, made by the Old Dutch Process. 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PiDTCIIM Genuine Mu>l Bear LAKItnO Fac-Similc Signature Ifflk JUl_| REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. . SORE SHOULDERS’ ThUU injpo««ible .o 1 am going to toll yon th You*»n< t | h I > ?*th r know that hor*o« working with nor®'shoulder* .rein pain, and Rh.i they can'i do S"HH.fe’'i<'V™ r d’, a ‘ h ,v.Vo h . o .“d , 2s?ir: •fiSSSS' ufcfc zzfssrih'i .lip?J«.. writ, lor 1,-tt will r> lo JO. “"."MSUi to wi 1 guarantee you perfect aatUfactlon. Prank B. Dennl". Preelden*. SECURITY REMEDY CO Minneapolis. Minn OEHARCE STARCH atarcbc* ciotoea nicest NEWS OF THE WEEK Most Important Happenings of the Past Seven Days. Interesting Items Gathered From All parts of the World Condensed Into a Small Space for the Benefit of Our Readers. Personal. Senator Stone, of Missouri, and Representative Towne, of New York, have urlved in Manila, on a tour of the Philippines. All hope for the recovery of Francis Murphy, the aged temperance advo cate. who is ill in Los Angeles, has been abandoned. Mrs. Katherine Felske, aged 104. said to have been the oldest person in Nebraska, died recently at her home in Grand Island. President Jesse, of the University of Missouri, has decided to tempor arily withdraw from the Institution In an effort to regain his health. James G. Shlbley, of Marysville. Kansas, has been promoted from the medical department of the army to the position of confidential clerk to Dr. Wiley, the government pure food expert. W. B. Ham, of Stockton, has been offered the positionof attorney to the Kansas board of railroad commission ers to succeed S. S. Ashbaugh. Judge Dunne has refused the ap plication of Mayor Schmitz, the* con victed executive of San Francisco, for release on bond. A. O. Bacon has been re-elected United States senator from Georgia for the full term beginning March 4. 1908. Prof. James McGranahan, the well known hymn writer, formerly connect ed with Moody and Sankey, the evan gelists, is dead at his home In Kins man, Ohio. E. C. Cooley, superintendent of the Chicago city schools, has been elect ed president of the National Educa tional association at the session in Los Angeles, Cal. Admiral Yamamoto, former minis ter of marine of Japan, has arrived in New York from Europe on a tour of inspection. He deprecates the talk of war between his country and the United States. Admiral Yamamoto, former Japa nese minister of marine, and Ambas sador Aokl were the guests of Pres ident Roosevelt at luncheon recently at Sagamore Hll. Mrs. Ann Owens, a negress. known to be more than 118 years old. Is dead at her home In Hutchinson. Kan. Ebenezer lenders, a veteran of the civil war, 70 years* of age. was run over and killed on the Burlington tracks in St. Joseph. Mo. Henry W. Rugg. of Providence, R. I„ has been elected grand master of Knights Templar of the United States. Judge E. E. Moulder, a resident of Lawton, Ok., since its foundation, is dead. On leaving England for the United States. Mnrk Twain tdld the people that his visit, had made him seven years younger. Miscellaneous. The strike of the garbage drivers In New York has caused vast plies of refuse to collect in the tenement district endangering the health of the people. Jameß T. Bradley, receiver of the* First National bank of Topeki, an nounces that the affairs of the bank will lie closed up within six weeks and the depositors will get 90 cents on the dollar. Fifty-four Chicago ticket brokers have been temporarily enjoined from traffic in railway tickets by Judge Kohlsatt in the federal court. Mrs. Elizabeth Agassiz, widow of Louis Agassiz, the famous scientist, is dead In Boston aged 85 years. Frank A. Leach, of California, has been appointed director of the mint to succeed George E. Roberts, resigned. It is practically certain that Sir Thomas Upton will send another Shamrock In 1908 to contest for the America’s cup. W. H. Locker, of the Aurora Argus, has been elected president of the Southwest Missouri Press association. Francis J. Allgyer, a guard at the federal prison at Fort Leaven worth, Kan., was recently found dead with a fractured skull in a cell In the city Jail, where he had been confined for drunknnness. Mark Twain was given a banquet on the eve of his departure for home by the lord mayor of Liverpool, Eng land. Many prominent citizens were present. The government crop report for July shows the condition of corn 90.2 per cent and of wheat 81. G. There was 7.05 per cent of last year’s wheat crop still in the hands of the farmers. f The Oklahoma constitutional con vention has reconvened at Guthrie. (Charles H. Moyer, president of the Western Federation of Miners, was on the stand recently in the Hay wood trial at Boise, Idaho. He de nied Orchard’s story implicating the Federation In various crimes. He created a good impression. Ten thousand delegates were pres ent at the opening of the internation al convention of the Christian En deavorers at. Seattle. Wash. The beard of police commissioners of San Francisco has denied permis sion to Japanese to keep intelligence offices In that city. The state department and the Jap anese embassy emphatically deny a I story sent out from The Hague that j Japan had made categorical demands on the United States for satisfaction i in connection with the San Francisco trouble. Judge Alton B. Parker, an attorney j of New York, delivered the annual | address to the North Carolina Bar as- j sociation recently. The grand encampment of Knights j Templar at Saratoga has voted to hold ! its next tri-ennial convention in Chi- j cago in 1910. ! At New London, Conn., Harvard won the eight-oared freshman race by a close margin, while Yale won the varsity four oared race by ten lengths. At Findlay, Ohio, the Jury In the trial of the Standard Oil company on a charge of violating the state anti trust law disagreed and were dis charged. An Indictment has been returned in the federal court at Chicago against the Santa Fe railroad for granting rebates to the Garden City, Kan., Beet Sugar company. Judge Landis, in the federal court at Chicago, has refused the request of the attorneys for John D. Rocke feller for the withdrawal of the sub poena recently issued for their client. Judge Chytraus, of Chicago, has de clared the law passed by the last legislature prohibiting the sale of cigarettes in Illinois invaled. The grand lodge of the Ancient Or der United Workmen of Michigan, lias voted to surrender its charter. In eight years the membership dropped from 25,000 to less than 5,000. Fifteen thousand Knights Templar took part In the parade at the trien nial conclave of the order at Sara toga. N. Y. Fifty thousand spectators viewed the brilliant spectacle. The lowa Grain Dealers’ associa tion in convention at Des Moines gave notice of a war to a finish on the farmers’ co-operative elevator con cerns throughout the state. The new state tax commission of Kansas holds that the law imposing an excise tax of 1J per cent upon the gross receipts of the express compan ies doing business in the state must be paid at once. Three men were killed, one wns fatally Injured and 18 others were hurt in the collapse of a concrete building under construction In Phila delphia recently. The defense of Chester B. Runyan, paying teller of the Windsor Trust company, of Now York, who is charged with stealing $96,000 from the company, is to be insanity. Emmet Dalton, the Kansas bandit, recently paroled by Gov. Hoch, was opeiated on at a Topeka hospital for a wound in his arm received In the raid in Coffeyville 15 years ago. The Japanese paper Hocht, has withdrawn the offensive interview re flecting on the persnnel of the Am erican navy which was credited to Admiral Sakamoto. The Wisconsin assembly, by a vote of 69 to 40 passed the senate resolu tion favoring the election of United States senators by direct vote. The government has filed suit in the federal court at New York to dis solve the so-called tobacco trust. The petition also asks that a receiver be appointed. Galenu and Empire City, Kansas, have been merged under one munici pal government. The federal court of appeals at St. Paul has affirmed the verdict of the federal court of Nebraska, which con victed George C. Ware of fraudulent land entries. The Wisconsin legislature has pass ed the two-cent passenger fare bill. A Rock Island passenger train run ning between El Reno and Kansas City was wrecked near Peabody, Kan.* and the train crew and several pas sengers were seriously injured. The Southern Pacific and Santa Fe railroads have been asked to furnish the government with data regarding the number of Japanese carried by them in Texas, New Mexico and Ari zona. A Maryland jury took just five min utes to acquit Mrs. Bowie and her son of the charge of murder for kill ing the betrayer of Mrs. Bowie’ daugh ter. Government land officials have issued a warning to teachers that they must fulfill all the obligations of the law in homesteading land. Three distinct earthquake shock* were recently reported from Burling ton. la. The National Educational associa tion has indorsed the work of the simplified spelling board. President Amador, of Panama, has left New York for a three mouths’ tour of Europe. The next International convention of the Christian Endeavor will be held in St. Paul, Minn., in 1908. A second Japanese has been de tected in making sketches and draw ings of Fort Rosecrans, Cal. A Japanese newspaper corresi»ond ont at Seoul, Korea, says the Korean emperor has abdicated the throne. Six of the largest women’s organi zations have petitioned the National Educational association for member ship In that body. The idea is to bring the school and home in closer relation ship. The Santa Fe railroad has refused to grant a one-cent fare for harvest hands, and the other roads are ex* Itected to follow its lead. The United States government has filed 15 suits at Tulsa, I. T.. alleging fraud on the part of prominent citi zens in acquiring town lots. The prop erty in question Is valued at $1,000,000. Secretary Metcalf declares that the warlike aspect given to the or der for the cruise of the battleship squadron to the Pacific Is not Justi fied by the facts in the case. Chester B. Runyan paying teller, of the Windsor Trust company of New York, has disappeared with $96,315 of the company’s funds. The directors made good the loss. A small tornado swept the southern part of Knox county, Nebraska, re cently, injuring four persons, one fatally, and destroying several build ings. W. D. Haywood, secretary of the Western Federation of Miners, who is being tried for complicity in the mur der of former Gov. Steunenberg, went on the stand at Boise, Idaho and cate gorically denied all the statements in the evidence of Harry Orchard. Three members of the crew of the steam yacht belonging to H. Clay Pierce, of St. Louis, were drowned in the Hudson river at New York. The American wife of the Earl of Rosslyn, formerly Anna Robinson, of Minneapolis, Minn., has brought suit against her husband for divorce. JAPS LANDING SOLDIERS HERE. They Are Sent Into Mexico Under Guise of Laborers. New York. —The New York World says: Nine thousand veteran Japanese soldiers aro now In northwestern Mex ico. They are stalion* d at points in the states of Sonora, Sinaloa and Chi huahua. Each group is officered by skilled commanders who saw service in the Russian-Japanes- war. Thirty thousand Japanese, the ma jority of whom are veterans of the Russian campaign, are in the south western section of the United Stales and lower California. Three Japanese gent rals who held high rank In the Russo-Japanese wur have been in Mexico ftu- three months. They dress like Mexican ranchers and art? ostensibly buying land for the Transoceanic Migration Company, whose vice president, K. Hitenl, is a member of the Japan cm Parliament. This company is subsidized by the Japanese government to bring the Japanese soldiers to Mexico. They have been coming into Mexico at the rate of 800 a month, lauding at Santa Cruz, Manzanillo and other Pacific ports. In case of war the plan is for the Japanese fleet to sail up the Gulf of California and capture tlie port of Guaymas and use the state of Sonora as the base of operations in a cam paign against the United States. This plan will practically duplicate the op erations against Russia, when Japan seized Korea at the outbreak of the Russo-Japnnese war. Japan in her war against the United States will de spoil Mexico, which lias no navy, just as she did that of Korea in the war with Russia. One Japanese emigration company tlone has brought 4,000 emigrants to Mexico within six months. Sixty per cent, of these have Jumped their con tracts in central and southern and northwestern Mexico and gone straight to Sonora, Sinaloa and Chi huahua. Others are leaving by hun dreds, all bound for northwestern Mexico. The Japanese here promptly advise all emigrants on arrival that contracts made in Japan are not bind ing, and warn them not to sign con tracts in Mexico embodying identical terms as those made In Japan. Cuts Wife’s Throat and Flees. Igis Animas, Colo. —After playing a leading part in a notal • shooting af fray here in 1877, In which one man was killed and six wounded. Mrs. Sa bina Cordova is dying at her home from knife wounds in the throat, in flicted by her husband. Sabina Cor dova, In a drunken frenzy. The wo man's throat is cut from ear to ear and her windpipe severed. The man fled after the cutting and the woman, with blood pouring from her wounds, walked two blocks to a physician’s of fice and had them dressed, and then returned home. Little hope is held out for her recovery as she is over sixty years old. The affray in the early days was precipitated by the long black hair of which the then Sem-rlta Sandoval was vxery proud. As tho reigning belie among the Mexican's she at tended a hall in Las Animas. A num ber of gamblers and cowboys, headed by one “Antepole Jack.' a notorious character, entered the hall to break up the dance. To precipitate hostilities, the unchivalrous “Antepole Jack” caught, the Senorita Sandoval by her long black hair and )«rked her to the floor. At thlß a awatby suitor of the girl stabbed her ass . lant In the neck and promiscuous * hooting began. When the smoke cl? »red away “Ante lope Jack” was founc dead on the floor with six wounded m< tubers of his gang grouped about him. The affray resti • d In a general cleaning up by the vigilance committee and gambling was stopped for a num ber of years. Cowboy's Heroic Act. Grand Junction. Colo.—Riding like the wind anti whirling his lariat in whistling circles as In- rode. Edward Bowman, a well-known rattle man. las soed a runaway hot " and Jerked it Into submission on 'he Frulta road, saving the lives of Mrs, W. A. Hard ing. wife of a prom* ••nt fruit-grower, and a little child wh« were occupants of the buggy. Mrs t larding ami her boy were driving win n the horse took fright at an automobile and, getting beyond control of the woman, went tearing at breaknecl peed for nearly a mile. Bowman who was driving along the road, hear the screams of the woman and tbt rataplan of the hoofs on the hard roadway and at once spurred his horse into a dead run. When he came in sight of the frantic animal dashing madly down the thor oughfare his blood ran cold, for it. seemed as if any nn ment might see the two helpless occupants of the buggy thrown to d* a Inaction lasted but a fraction of a se» * d and he urged his animal to its topmost speed, un winding his lariat ; the same time and was soon wlthi: roping distance of the runaway. Car. tally measuring the distance, he whiu* 1 the lasso and quickly it settled about the neck of the runaway. Bowman's horse at once braced for the shock and soon the run away team was brom to a standstill, choking and gurgling nder the girtli rope. Mrs. Harding almost on the verge of collapse fro. her experience, but quickly recover* -v» en she real ized that not only h* elf but her lit tle son were safe. I ''man modestly disclaimed any cr-dl' f°r his act, sav ing that it was no; any more than any r.ue else would have *l* no. Colorado's School Children. Denver.—Thor*' ai • -00,359 school children in Colorado his is the cen sus returned to the " " Miss Kath erlnc Craig, state erlntendent or 1 übiic Instruction. these figures will form the basis 'he making of the semi-annual d ribution of the schooi fund, which "lints to $131.- 824. This fund is being appor tioned to the differ* : oimties of the slate, according t< " 0 * population, by Miss Emllv Griffith, deputy superin tendent. The di stlon will be ready to announce v a ‘ e \ v Denver is credi' ;t h having .»0,- 742 children of seboo - e - Cruel to Animals. Colorado Spring Colo.—George Gompers and Geo:: ,aH > t^° known young men 1 olorado City, were arrested on a rse ot cruelty to animals. They ar Id responsible for the death of ° which they engaged from J. H. Hidenour s livery stable, and whieo M ‘d an hour after it had been r* d to the barn. It Is claimed that th. I,n ß uie*n drove the animal to Ch* y« canon at a breakneck speed n:r ,iat , * l ° died as a result of u ieatment. The men are in the conn'. . dl. COULD HARDLY TOTTER ABOUT. A Vivid Description of the Most In sidious of Diseases. Miss Emma Shirley. Killbuck, N. Y.. writes: "Kidney disease mysteriously fastened Itself upon me two years ago I and brought awful | headaches and dizzy spells. I was all un strung, weak and nervous, could scarce ly totter about. Pains in the side and back completely unnerved me. My food dis- tressed me, I looked badly and the kidneys were noticeably deranged. I sank lower and lower until given up and at this critical time began with Doan's Kidney Pills. Details are un necessary. Twelve boxes cured me and I weigh six pounds more than ever before. They saved my life.” Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. His Name for It. I was once teaching a class of small pupils in physiology in a rural school and asked the class what name was given to the bones of the head as a whole. A little girl raised her hand. "What is It. Lucy?” I asked. "Skull!” she answered. "Correct.” said I; "but what other name has it?” expecting some one to answer “cranium.” All were silent for a while, then a little fellow who seemed to be In a deep study quickly raised his hand, his eyes sparkling and a confident smile spreading on his face. "What Is it, Henry?” I asked. "Noggin.” was his immediate reply. —Judge's Library. BCALY ERUPTION ON BODY. Doctors and Remedies Fruitless—Suf fered 10 Years Completely Cured by Cuticura. "Small sores appeared on each of my lower limbs and shortly afterwards they becaino so Bore that I could scarcely walk. The sores began to heal, but small scaly eruptions ap peared. The itching was so severe that I would scratch the sores until the blood began to flow. After I suffered thus about ten years I made a renewed effort to effect a cure. The eruptions by this time had appeared on every part of my body except my face and hands. The best doctor in my native county and many remedies gave no relief. All this was fruitless. Finally my hair began to fall out and I was rapidly becoming bald. A few months after, having used almost everything else. I thought I would try Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Soap. After using three boxes I was completely cured, and my hair was restored, after fourteen years of suffering and an ex penditure of at least SSO or S6O In vain ly endeavoring to find a cure. B. Hiram Mattingly. Vermillion, S. Dak., Aug. 18. 1906." There is something bad in the best of us, and something good in the worst of us, but, good or bad, the worst and best of us is not all of us. STARCH : FGK SHIRTS COLLARS CUFFS AND FINE LINEN jgE&Sgp Dainty, Crisp, Dressy MpT Summer Skirts ■W v 'I are a delight to the refined woman every- V I where, la order to get this result see I I that the material is good, that it is cut in J / the latest fashion and use lifl Defiance Starch in the laundry. All three things are im- P orlant^ ■ thelast is absolutely neces- STARCH is pure, will not rot the clothes / 'OrWl' fi |l \\ TOTO nor cause them to crack. It sells at toe f \\\ JBBi Other starches, much inferior, sell at ioc ff I(/ 111 getting C DE F° AN C E STARCh” and be m Defiance Starch i%p«||gfMr Company, Omaha, Nebraska. MAN AND HIS WAYS. Fertile Brain Has Evolved • New Style of Cradle. A new cradle has been Invented— and by a man. Which latter state ment is a dedundancy—for no up-to date woman would really ever think of Inventing anything so pernicious to her infant's welfare. Has she not be come enlightened to the dreadful ills of that time-honored institution of our ancestors? Dare she imperil the intellect that is to sway the twen tieth century by untimely “Juggling” in its embryo stage? Poor modern babe! When colic's gripes assail, it may not know the luxury of a steady tramp swung across faiher's shoul der—strange to say, men do not Jeer at this dictum of the new mother hood—much less will It experience the bliss of being lulled to rest in a wooden-slatted cradle or fluffy bassi net, swayed by the foot of a won drous being who swings and croons, swings and croons, till baby woes are merged in blessed sleep. Its maker claims that sideways rocking is, in deed, injurious to babykins, but to his eyes, not his brain. Therefore bus he constructed a cradle that swings lengthwise, and Ib shaped like a boat! Did Not Prevent Raveling. The raveling of state highways in Massachusetts during dry weather has generally been prevented in the past by spreading a thin coat of sand over the surface. During last year, how ever, there were two quite protracted dry spells which disturbed the bond of the road and caused loose stones to stand up on the surface. Although sand was spread thinly as before, it did not prevent the raveling in all in stances. —Engineer. Important to Mothers. ■ mporiani u, mvuiwra. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOHIA, a eaf<- and eure remedy for lufants and children, aud see that It Bear* the Signature of In Uao For Over 30 Yeara. The Kind You Have Always Bought. How Long Would S4OO Last? Patience—Has she played bridge long? Patrice—Not very, only about S4OO long!—Yonkers Statesman. Ladies Can Wear Shoes One size -imillcr after if-ing Allen’s Foot- Kuse. A certain cure for swollen,sweating, hot. aching feet. At all Druggista, 25c. Ac cept no substitute. Trial pm-kage FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted, la; Roy, X. Y. Not Certain. He —Is Jim doing hack work on the paper now? She (cautiously)—l don't know. He was writing yesterday about "Night Owls." —Baltimore American. The greatest cause of worry on ironing day can be removed by using Defiance Starch, which will not Btick to the iron. Sold everywhere, 16 oz. for 10c. _ The great republic shall live as long as the poorest citizen freely ex presses his personal and political opinion, and no longer. Humming Birds In England. Considerable interest Is excited by the humming birds now on view at the zoological garlens. Fifty-three of these tiny, fragile birds were taken on board from Venezuela: many died on the voyage, but the fittest sur vived. and 20 reached Regent's park alive. At the time of writing 17 are shown In two large glass cages fur nished with flowering plants, and placed In the insect-house, which can be kept at a high temperature. Moths In a rage near look bigger than theso small birds. 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