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is, by no means, the dreadful disease it is thought to be —in the beginning. It can always be stopped—in the beginning. The trouble is: you don’t know you’ve got it; you don’t believe it; you won t believe it —till you are forced to. Then it is dangerous. Don’t be afraid; but attend to it quick— you can do it yourself and at home, lake SCOTT’S EMULSION of Cod Liver Oil and live care fully every way. This is sound doctrine, what ever you may think or be told; and, if heeded, will st e life. Send this advertisement, together with name of paper in which it appears, your address and four cents to cover postage, and we will send you a “Complete Handy Atlas of the World.” SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pearl St., New York Annoying to the Sick. Nothing is more annoying to a sick person than to be discussed in his presence by nurses oi visitors. It not extremely favoraV le, his condition should never be mentioned in his hearing. All questions between the nurses as to when the medicine w r as given, how much stimulant was last administered, and so on, should be settled cuR of hearing of the invalid. * exainethyle n t etrain!ne The above is the name of a German chemical, which is one of the valuble in gredients of Foley’s Kidney Remedy. Hexaoaentheylenetetramine is recogniz ed by medical text, books and authorities as a uric acid bolrent and antiseptic for the urine. Take Foley’s Kidney Rem edy as soan as you notice any irregulari ties, and avoid a serious malady.—W. G. Atwell. Modernized. The "beiiutiful mountain peak of Fu jiyama, which is regarded by the Jap- ; anesd as little short of sacred, is to be modernized by electricit. For the benefit of tourists the mountain top ; and the trail to it will be illuminated by electric lights. Hotels and refresh ments houses wall be erected on the ' mountain slope, as well as telephone , and telegraph stations. "Seven Years of Proof “I have had seven years of proof that Dr. King s New Disbovery is tbe best medicine to take for coughs and colds and for every diseased condition of throat, chest or lungs,” says W. V. Hen ry of Panama, Mo. The world has had thirty-eight years of proof that Dr. King’s New Discovery is the best rem edy for roughs and colds, la grippe, asthma, >tay fever, bronchitis, hemor rhage of the lungs and the early stages of consumption, its timely use always prevents the development of pheumonia. Sold under guarantee at W. G. Atwell drug store 50c and SI.OO. Trial bottle free. Probability. The theory of probability has for its object “the determination of the number of ways in w’hich an event may happen or fail, in order that we may judge whether the chances of its happening or failing are the greater.” If you (-suffer from constipation and liver trouble, Foley’s Orino Laxative will cure you permanently by stimulating the digestive organs so they will act nat urally. Foley’s Orino Laxative does not gripe, is pleasant to.take and you do not have to take laxatives continually after taking Orino. Why continue to be a slave of pills aod tablets? —W. G. Atwell Fewer Bachelors, Less Comfort. It is a curious thing that we are al ways worrying bachelors to change their state. What we should do with out them heaven alone knows. Com fort would be at *a discount, and we should be crying aloud for them .in no time. —Ladies’ Pictc. . Hew Is Your Digestion Mrs. Mary Dowling of No. 228 Bth Ave., San Francisco, recommends a rem edy for stomach trouble. She say : “Gratitude for the wonderful effect of Electric Bitters in case of acute indiges tion prompts this testimonial. lam fully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters is the best remedy on tbe market today.” This great tonic and alterative medicine vn vigorates the system, purifies the blood and is especially helpful in all forms of female weakness. 50c at W. G. Atwell drug store. Warfare of the Past. Hamilcar went from Carthage and landed near Palermo. , He had a fleet of 2,000 ships and 3,000 small vessels and a land force of 300,000 men. At the battle in which he was defeated, 150,000 were slain. If You are Over Fifty Read This Most people past middle-age suffer from kidney and bladder disorders which Foley’s Kidney Remedy would cure. Stop the drain on the vitality and re store needed strength and vigor. Com mence taking Foley’s Kidney Remedy today.— W. G. Atwell. Great Minds for Great Things. To accomplish great things argues great resolutions; to design £reat things implies no commoD mind. —Hazlitt. Tod Scarce to Throw Away. '‘They pipe water now through the burning Australian desert that lies be tween the coast and the Ivilgooriie gold fields, a distance of about 250 miles, but in my day in that forsaken coun try water was the scarcest commodity known.” said a San Francisco mining engineer. “It was often hard to get enough water for drinking purposes, and the man who was reckless enough of his money to buy a tmcketful for a bath was the talk of the community. I once indulged in this luxury, and after 1 1 had finished I noticed that the water was carefully collected again by the vender. “ ‘What are you going to do with it?’ I asked the man. ‘Sell it to some other fellow for half price,’ he answered, ‘and after that I’ll sell it several more times, for, you see, it’s too scarce, mis ter, to throw away after only one or two men have washed in it.’ ” A Modest Request. The young man and t;he glri standing outside the front door, having a final chat after his evening call. He was leaning against the doorpost, talk ing in low tones. Presently the young lady looked round to discover her fa ther In the doorway clad in a dressing gown. “Why. father, what in the world is the matter?” she inquired. “John,” said the father, addressing himself to the young man, “you know I have never complained about your staying late, and I am not going to complain of that now. But for good ness’ sake stop leaning against the bell push and let the rest of the family get some sleep.” A Hard Straggle Many Au Rdgertuu Cittmn Plnds the Struggle iiavd. With a back constantly aching, With distressing urinary disorders. Daily existence is but a struggle. No need to keep it u<p. Doan’s Kidney Pills will cure you. Edgerton people endorse this claim: Mrs. Emma Bliven, Mam st., Edger ton, Wis., says, “I am giving Doan’s Kid ney Pills my endorsement in the hope that it may prove value to other suffer ers of kidney complaint. I had, for sev eral years, almost constant pains in the small of my back, accompanied at times by dull headaches. I was quite miser able most <of the time, and often felt as if I could not drag one foot behind the other. I tried a great many remedies but did not succeed in finding satisfac tory relief until Doan’s Kidney Pills were brought to my attention. I pro cured them at W. G. Atwell’s drugstore, used them a short time and was freed from pain. My energy and strenth also returned and the kidney weakness was corrected.”’ i For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbum Cos., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan’s —and take no other. Ancient Embalming. The ancient inhabitants of the Ca nary islands used an embalming pro cess like that of the Egyptians. Des sicated bodies, preserved for centuries by atmospheric or other agencies, have been found in France, Sicily, Eng land, CentraLAmerica and Peru. Sliake off the grip of your old ene my, Nasal Catarrh, oy using Ely’s Cream Balm. Then will all the swelling and soreness be driven out of the tender, iu finmed membranes. The fits of sneezing will cease and the discharge, as offensive to others as to yourself, will be stopped when the causes that produce it are re moved. Cleanliuess, comfort and health renewed by the use of Cream Balm. Sold by all druggists for 50c., or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren Street, New York. 11 To Transfer Newspaper “Cuts.” A combination of a lump of soap of the size of a hickory nut, a pint of toiling water and four tablespoonfuls of turpentine is the familiar solution used to transfer newspaper cuts to another piece of paper or to cloth. One Form of Wisdom Unsought. I would rather be ignorant than wise *u the foreboding of evi*---Aeschylus. Here's Relief For Women. If you have pain in the back, Uniary, Bladder or Kidney trouble and want a certain pleasant herb cure for woman’s ill’s, try Mother Gray’s Australian Leaf. It is a safe and never-failing monthly regulator. At druggists or by mail 50 cents. Sample package FREE. Address the Mother Gray Go Leßoy, N. Y. KILL the COUGH and CURE THE LUNGS with Dr. King’s New Discovery FOR Colds® AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED. *!• CBJARRH Ely’s Cream Balm is quickly absorbed. BB Gives Relief at Once. Mf ”35^ It cleanses, soothes, yj heals and protects the diseased mem- jfit, tgemk brane resulting from K Catarrh and drives SV/ - WpS away a Cold in the tK Head quickly. Be-||J|W VCXMVD stores the Senses of lIM ■ I bV til Taste and Smell. Full size 50 cts., at Drug gists or by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents. Ely Brothers, 56 Warren Street, New York. OUR NEXT CONGRESS G. O. P. on the Face of Returns Has Forty-Six Majority in the House. NOTABLE EVENT IN THE SOUTH Old North State Sends Three Repub licans This Time. Maryland and Missouri Report Their Votes —Missouri Is Taft's — Maryland: Taft, 2, Bryan, 6. The latest election returns from 'congressional districts throughout the country resulted In a Republican gain of 3 as compared with figures of yes terday. Albert Douglas, Reouljliean, was, contrary to previous advices, elected in the Eleventh Ohio district, and Moses. P. Klnkaid. Republican, who was reported as defeated in the Sixth Nebraska district, was also re turned as elected. The contest in riu* Fifth Nebraska district was extremely lose,but Norris, Republican, finally won '©ut. According to the reports already ’received the next house will consist of 173 Democrats and 219 Republicans, j majority of 46. The Change in North Carolina. The most remarkable change in the congressional situation since recon struction days has occurred in North majority is approximately 40,000 three <Of the ten members of congress will be Republican. They are John H. More head, who defeated Aubrey B. Brooks in the Fifth district, to succeed Wil liam W. Kitcliin, who becomes govern or; C. H. Cowles, who outran Richard N. Haekett in the Eighth, and J. G. ■Grant, who ran ahead of William T. 'Crawford in the Tenth. Morehead and ‘Grant were elected by a margin of dess than 400, while Cowles won out >by 1,600. These Republican successes arc attributed to a leaning toward pro tective tarif which is developing in the •Old North State. Round-Lp of the Mixed States. Missouri have undoubtedly gone Re publican on the national ticket, Taft’s plurality unofficial, being 2,182. That state also elects a Republican govern or, Hadley, by a plurality of 17,651. with the legislature Democratic on joint ballot by 4 votes. Ohio lias given en Taft something over 60,000 plural ity, while Harmon, Democrat, for gov ernor has a plurality of over 20,000. In Nebraska the Republicans are claiming the state auditor and attorney general, but Bryan’s plurality stands there. Mary land’s electoral vote is split —six going o Bryan and two to Taft In Indiana >oth parties are still claim ing the state ticket below governor. ELECTORAL VOTE COMPLETE Taft Has 321 Votes and His Oppon ent 162. Following is the table of electoral votes corrected by the latest and prob ably accurate returns for Maryland and Missouri. STATES. 1908. 1904. With Number of Bry- R oo se-. Par- Electoral Votes. | an yelt | ker Alabama 11 • • 11 11 Arkansas 9 .. 9 9 California 10 10 .. 10 Colorado 5 .. 5 5 Connecticut. ... 7 7 .. 7 Delaware ..3 3 .. 3 Florida 5 .. 5 .. 5 Georgia 13 . 13 13 Idaho 33 .. 3 Illinois 27 27 .. 27 Indiana —.-. l5 15 .. 15 lowa 13 13 .. 10 Kansas 10 10 .. 10 Kentucky 13 . 13 .. i3 Louisiana 9 .. 9 .. 9 Maine 6 8 .. 6 Maryland 8 2 6 1 7 Massachusetts. ..16 16 ~ 16 .. Michigan 1+ 14 ~ 14 Minnesota 11 11 .. 11 Mississippi 10 .. 10 .. 10 Missouri 18 18 .. 18 Montana 33 .. 3 Nebraska 8 .. 8 8 Nevada 3 .. 33 New Hampshire. 4 4 .. 4 New Jersey 12 12 .. 12 New York 39 39 39 North Carolina. .12 .. 12 .. 12 North Dakota— 4 4 .. 4 Ohio 23 23 .. £3 Oklahoma 7 .. 7 Oregon 4 4 .. 4 Pennsylvania.. .34 34 .. 34 Rhode Island. .4 4 .. 4 South Cardin,!.. 9 :. 9 .. 9 South Dakota... 4 4 .. 4 Tennessee 12 .. 12 .. 12 Texas 18 .. 18 18 Utah 33 .. 3 3 Vermont 4 4 4 Virginia VS .. 12 12 Washington 5 5 5 West Virginia... 7 7 .. 7 Wisconsin 13 13 ... 13 Wyoming 33 3 ■ Total. 43) 321 162 33 > 140 DENEtN’S VOTE IN ILLINOIS It Is More Than 150,000 Behind That of Judge Taft. Owing principally to a strong fight made in the Republican party against Charles S. Deneen for govern or, the fight being partly factional and partly because of alleged scandals in the state charitable institutions, De seeds vote is behind Taft's more than 160,000. The whole state Republican ticket is elected by larger majorities than Deneen’s, and his plurality over Stevenson Is 27,388. The laest act ual figures on the total vote of the state are as follows: Taft, 605,504; Bryan 443,551; Deneen. 541,295; Stev enson, 514,537. Cook county (Chicago) gave Stevenson a plurality of 15.397. The legislature will stand as fol lows: Senate —Republican, 38; Demo crats, 13. House Republicans, 89: Democrats. 63; Prohibitionist, 1. Re publican majority on joint ballot, 50. 1 There were two other questions be fore Illinois at the election —a propos al to issue $20,000,000 in bonds to aid the deep waterway project, and an nmendnient to the constitution relative lo the banking laws. They were both carried. WARNER’S ELECTION CONCEDED Only Two Democratic Solons—Re publican Mayor for Detroit. In Michigan Governor Fred M. Warner's plurality for his re-election stands between 7,553 and 11,136, w ith the count in Wayne county practically complete and fairlj complete returns from the counties out In the state. The Pree Press gives Warner’s plurality in Wayne county as 4.389, and Lis up state plurality 3,104, making a total of 7,553. The Detroit News gives War ner’s plurality at 11,13*6, with four pre cincts missing in Detroit. Philip Rreitmeyer. Republican, was •elected mayor in Detroit by a plurality of 2,428, over Mayor William B. Thompson, Democrat Apparently only two Democrats have been elected to the state legislature—Keppler for repre sentative for the second Houghton dis trict, and Edwin Farmer, for represen tative from Livingston county. Indiana’s Official Count. Indianapolis, Nov. 10. —The count o' the official returns at the secretary of state’s office for governor has been completed. Marshall, (Denu for gov ernor, received a total vote of 348,-849, and Watson (Rep.) 334,040, a plurality for Marshall of 14,809. The Socialist party candidate for governor received 11,948. The Independence candidate polled but 383 votes, and tbe People’s party got 573. Felix T. McWhirter, Prohibitonist candidate for governor, obtained 15,926 votes, a loss of 6,664 votes since 1904. Other Results Summarized. The later returns received on the election did not make and sen sational changes except in the vases of Maryland and Missouri. New York’s Taft plurality is 203,495), which beats Roosevelt’s in 1904. West Virginia has gone Republican on all tickets. Taft gets 80,000 plurality in Wisconsin, and Davidson for governor, 20,000 Pennsylvania gives Taft 292,586 plu rality. Taft carried Obio by 70,000 while Harmon won by about 20,000, a differ ence of 5)0,000 votes between the high est winning Republican and the high est winning Democrat. Returns re ceived indicate the probable victory of all other Republicans on the state ticket. The Republicans also are be lieved to have carried the legislature, but there also exact figures are lack ing. lowa goes 65,000 for Taft and about 65,000 for Can-oil (liep.) for governor; Hepburn is beaten for congress by 600 votes, while the legislature is heavily Republican. Minnesota goes Republi can on everything except governor. Johnson going in by about 22,000. Nebraska is still in the By an ranks but his plurality will be small, perhaps as low as 2,000: the rest of the Demo cratic ticket has been elected, includ ing probably all candidates for repre sentative. Kansas is Republican by 35,000. Colorado goes Democratic on everything, for Bryan 5,500 and for tin state ticket by 7,500. Nevada’s local ticket is more com pletely Democratic this year than in any other campaign in her history. - As for the rest of the country there is nothing new. The states are as they were reported, with some changes in the pluralities that are not material to the result. No Fight on Gomphers. Hearty applause was given Presi dent Samuel Gomphers, of the Federa tion of Labor, at Denver, Colo., annual convention of the organization at its opening session, and also at the close of his report, which he read, and the applause was interpreted to indi cate that there will be no effective op position to his re-election. John Mitch ell, ex-president of the U. M. W., says there will be no “big fight” against Gompers for his political action, which was the result of instructions given him by the Federation at previous con ventions, and would have practically unanimous support here. Mitchell said there might be a fight on the political question generally, however, as to Fed eration participation in politics. Launch of a Terror. At Quincy, Mass., amid the shriek ing of steam whistles, the flapping Oi flags and the cheers of a crowd of in vited guests and shipyard officials and employes the new battleship North Da kota slid off the ways here at noon Tuesday. As the great vessel quivered before taking her first plunge into the water Miss Main- L. Benton, of Fargo, X. D., native daugh ter of the state from which the battle ship takes her name, broke over her bow a bottle of champagne, declaring as she did o, “I name thee North Da kota.” Calls on Kaiser to Abdicate. Germany is in a state of excitement over an article published by Maxi milien Harden in Die Zukunft. demanding that the emperor either cease troubling Europe or abdicate the throne. Harden, speaking on the political situation to a large crowd again called upon Emperor William to abdicate, saying that his grandfather thought of doing so on less critical oc casions for which he w-as responsible. “Pat” Crow Under Arrest. 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