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" I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for a great many years, and al though I am past eighty years of age, yet I have not a gray hair in my head." Geo. Yellott, Towson, Md. We mean all that rich, dark, color your hair used to have. If it's gray now, no matter; for Ayer's Hair Vigor always re stores color to gray hair. Sometimes it makes the hair grow very heavy and long ; and it stops falling of tne hair, too. S1.M a Mile. All innltte. ---------------- i If your dragetot cannot supply yon, send us one dollar and we will express you a bottle. Be sure and give the name of your nearest ex pre ss office. Address, J. C. A\ l CO., Lowell. Sloe biward sie». The reader« of tbii paper will bo pleased to morn that there to at least one dreaded disease that aeienee has been able to cure In all Us •tage«, and that toeatarrh. Hall'«Catarrh Cure is the only positive eure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dis ease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the founda tion of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the eonstitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The pro prietors have so muoh faith in its curativ* wen, that they offer Ona Hundred Doha's powers, that they oner ono Hundred vouai lor any case that It fails to cure. Bend for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENBT A CO., Toledo, a ■old by druggists. 7fio. Hall'sTaxalur Pills are the A hand car loaded with 13 men was run down by a C. P. R. passenger train recently two miles east of Morrissey junction, resulting In the death of an Italian named Antonio Salvator. His body was horribly mangled. Ts Break In New Sheet. Always shake in Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder It cures het, sweeting, aching, swollen feet. Cures eeras, ingrowing nails and bunion*. At ell druggist* and shoe stores, 26c. Don't aecepl nlaStute. Sample melted FREE. Address ---rs... - f>N . Y; en 8. Olmsted, Le Roy, Austrian Cabinet Resigns. London, July 3.—According to a spe cial dispatch from Vienna the whole Austrian cabinet has resigned, thus adding greatly to the confusion In the political situation. I PROMIN ENT COL LECE MAN One of Indiana's Useful Educators Says: Feel Like a New Man." MR. JOHN W. MENQ. Mr. John Meng, 54 Jeffrsson Are,, Indianapolis, Ind., State representative of Indianapolis Business College, writes: "I firmly believe that I owe my fine health to Périma. Constant travel and change of food and water wrought havoc with my stomach, and for months I Suffered with Indigestion and catarrh of the stomach. 1 felt that the only thing to do was to give up my occupation which I felt very reluctant to do. Seeing an ad. of Peruna as a specific for catarrh 1 decided to give it a trial, and uaad It faithfully for six weeks, when I found that my troubles had all disappeared and 1 seemed like a new man. I have a bottle of Peruna in my grip all the time, and occasionally take a few doses which keeps me In excellent health." —John W. Meng. The most common phases of summer catarrh are catarrh of the stomach and bowels. Peruna is a specific for sum* mer catarrh. Hon. Willis Brewer, Representative in Congress from Alabama, writes the following letter to Dr. Hartman: House of Representatives, v Washington, D. C. The Peruna Medicine Co., Colnm bns, O. : Gentlemen—I have used one bettle ef Pernna for lassitude, and I take pleasure in recommending it to those LAND WITHDRAWN FROM ENTRY. Franklin, Adams and Walla Walla Counties. One million one hundred and six teen thousand acres of land, compris ing nearly all of Franklin county and portions of Adams and Walla Walla counties were ordered withdrawn from desert land entry by the depart ment of the Interior. This immense order, received at the Walla Walla land office by telegraph, comprises BO townships. Franklin county is taken intact, excepting 4000 acres along the Snake river. The part of Walla Walla county comprises thfe portions next to the Snake of the fol lowing townships: 9-31, 9-32, 10-33, 10-32, 11-33, 12-34, 13-34, 13-36, 13-36 Following are included in Adams county: 16-28, 16-29, 16-30, 16-31, 16-32, 15-28, 15-29, 15-30, 15-31, 16-32. This is the southwestern portion of the county. In Whitman county only a few acres are taken and in Yakima the south west corners of townships 9-29 and 13-28. Homestead entry is still possi ble within this area, but desert entries, of which there have lately been many in Franklin county, are cut off. BIG FIRE AT NOME. Lawrence Hotel Gone Up in Smoke Loss $25,000. Seattle, July 1.—The steamer Sena tor has arrived In port from Nome, the third vessel out from Bering sea. The Senator brought $40,000 in gold from the Nome country and several passengers. She arrived at her north ern destination June 16, after battling with the ice for more than two weeks. It was so .thick In Bering sea on the way southward that the vessel was delayed fully a day by the floes. The Lawrence hotel at Nome, one of the largest hotels In the town, was destroyed by fire just previous to the departure of the Senator, entailing loss of fully $25,000. The day previous to the hotel blaze fire was discovered in the big store of the North American Transportation & Trading company, but was extinguished before much damage was done. Several other Nome vessels are ex pected to arrive In port within the next day or two. The Portland, the first of the larger vessels to sail at the beginning of the season, Gad reach ed Nome and was discharging at the time of the Senator's departure. As candy eaters and water drinkers, Americans rank first. a who need a good remedy. As a tonic it is excellent. In the short time I have need it it has done me a great deal of good."—Willis Brewer. If yon do not derive prompt and sat* isfactory results from the nse of Para na, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giv ing a full statement of yonr case and he will be pleased to give yon his valu able advice gratia. Address Dr. Hartman, President ol The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. UIE11 BREVITIES CULLED FROM DI8PATCHE3 OF THE A880CIATED PRE8S. Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political^, and Personal Events Tersely Told. Sir Thomas Llpton, the challenger for the America's cup, lunched with President Roosevelt at the White House recently. Clarence English of Nebraska City, Neb., Ad "Battling" Nelson of Chi cago fought 15 rounds to a draw in Kansas City, Mo., recently. Nick Burley of Seattle knocked out Joe Choynski in the second round re cently at Dawson. Choynski announces this evening that he will never fight again. Great Northern officials predict as a result of the great wheat crop all former traffic records will be broken in the northwest next year. Conditions are good everywhere. Range men praise the cattle Industry. Frederick James Bailey, naval store keeper at Esquimalt, near Victoria, B. C., was murdered recently at the naval yard by Alfred J. H. Frith, a subordl nate, who shot and killed him. Frith has been arrested and has confessed Two men are dead and five are se riously Injured as a result of a headon collision that occurred In the yards of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway ln Des Moines, Iowa, between an accommodation train and a freight train drawn by two engines. At S£hta Cruz, Cal., recently an ex plosion occurred in the department of the Black powder works, causing the roof to be blown up. The machinery and walls were left Intact. About lbUO pounds of powder exploded. Fortu nately the employes were at lunch. Hill's hand In the Erie management Is shown by the record of earnings beating all other anthracite roads. The May net increase is over $600,000 and the 11 months' net increase is $2,000, 000 greater than the previous years, al though there was a six months' strike during the present year. The supreme court of Tennessee has held the Adams law, passed at the last session of the legislature, to be con stitutional. The law is a temperance measure and provides for the abolition of saloons in all towns having a pop ulation of 5000 or under upon a sub mission of the question to popular vote, There are only eight towns In that state that are exempt from Its opera tion. the will has ing In President Roosevelt's homecoming for the Rümmer was made the occa sion of a fete at Oyster Bay, L. I His reception was notable for Its en thusia8tlc cordiality and likewise for its vigor. The latter quality was due to the slight fractional difference among the townspeople, the result be ing that tÈe president was accorded a double reception. Great interest Is shown in the report by the British consul general at Can ton of a heavy demand for American flour among emigrants returning from the United States to China, mostly re ceived via the Pacific coast. Last year the record was 95,000,000 pounds ahead of the previous year. J. B. Horan, a new brakeman on the high line at the Morrissey colliery, B. C., met with a fatal accident re cently. He attempted to jump from the donkey engine while it was In mo tion and, missing his footing, fell In front of the wheels. The engine passed over him, cutting off one leg and breaking the other. New York real estate assessments this year amount to $4,730,000,000, an increase of $1,400,000,000 over last year. The personal assessment Is $678, 000,000, an increase of $163,000,000. The total Increase in assessment val ues Is $1,653,000,000. The estimated tax rate this year is $i.40, against $2.27 last year. The Tracy Reward. Davenport, Wash., July 2.—At the conclusion of testimony In the Tracy reward case Judge Neal took the case from the jury and Instructed It to bring a verdict In favor of plaintiffs, who are the Creston posse. No arguments were made to the jury. All of the defend ants except Goldfinch had previously withdrawn their claims. The reward Is' $2500. The Oregon reward, which was received by the Creston men, was $1500. Goldfinch will take an appeal. Th<^ jurors are indignant at being compelled to sign a verdict which they did not reach. Rainstorm in New York. New York, July 1.—New York and vicinity, as well as other parts of the country, were flooded by a downpour of rain, during which, In the course of a few hours, about half as much water fell as in the prolonged period of wet weather this month. The storm was accompanied by thunder and lightning and several conspicuous spots were struck by bolts. WASHINGTON NEW8. The Columbia river Is falling fast. The actual increase in buildings in Spokane in the past 13 months was 21.57 per cent. John S. Carter, pioneer and one of the best known citizens of Whitman county Is dead. The striking millworkers of Spokane announce that their cooperative mill will be started next week. Mrs. Mary Brown of Everett was elected president of the State Federa tion of Womens' clubs at Everett last week. The cool weather of the past week has been of considerable help to grow ing wheat. The outlook now is for a fair crop. The new railroad to connect Spokane with the Canadian Pacific is an as sured fact. It is thought the road will be completed by next year. A picnic and stock show will be held near Pullman July 8, 9 and 10 by the seventh annual reunion of the Whit man County Veterans' association. The Everett Record says it is be lieved that the Northern Pacific Is con templating the extension of the Monte Crlsto road to Coulee City, Douglas county. The homeseeker rates will remain In effect every Tuesday out of St. Paul until the third Tuesday In October. These rates are oijp fare plus $2 for the round trip. While it Is impossible to predict with any degree of certainty what thè run of salmon will be, all conditions are favorable for a good run on Puget sound this season. Becker of Ogden has the honor of having the highest average of the three days' shoot, having lost only 45 birds out of 600. Sheard lost 56, W. H. Seaver 61, E. E. Ellis 62. At Seattle a wall of clay 20 feet high caved in on three laborers recently, instantly killing A. Jampere and re sulting in injuries to Samuel Romeo and R- C. Vanderhoof. Eastern Washington apples on sale at a hotel in Vienna for $1.25 each were seen by R. E. Strahorn and wife of Spokane, who have just returned from an extended European tour, It has been decided not to have any poultry exhibit at the Interstate fair at Spokane this fall. A poultry glow will probably be given by poultry fan clers some time during the winter. The annual session of the Whitman County Vhterans' association, which meets In Pullman for an encampment of three days, beginning July 8, prom ises to be one of the big affairs of the summer. he It to At the Sportsmen's Association of the Northwest at Dayton last week officers were elected for the years 1903-04 and the state of California was admitted into the association. The officers elected were as follows: P. F. Smith, Tacoma, president; M B. Brownlee, Spokane, first vice pres ident; J. Hillis, Libby, Mont, second vice president; A. P. Biglow, Ogden, Utah, third vice president; E. V. Cea sar, Tacoma, secretary and treasurer, Members of the board were elected as follows: T. B. Ware, Spokane; Mr, Abraham, Portland; Mr. Sheard, Ta coma; Mr. Baker, Dayton; Mr. Woods Tacoma. A case of attempted murder curred recently at Curlew lake, on tho Colville reservation. A settler, whose name the victim refuses to disclose rode on horseback to the shack of Dan iel McLennan, a fellow homesteader, and without a moment's warning pulled a gun and began shooting. The first bullet struck McLennan In the abdo men, passing out at the back, missing tne vital organs. He will recover. The first salmon for the pack of 1903 by the Pacific Packing ft Navi gation company were taken from the nets of the company last week and packed at Falrhaven. The catch con sisted of some 700 fish, and 300 cases of the finished product were put up. While Charles A. Cushing, president of the Port Angeles ft Eastern rail road, was cleaning his shotgun recent ly he In some manner accidentally dis charged one barrel of the gun Into his abdomen. The gun was loaded with bird8hot, the full charge of which en tered the body on the left side. Al though Mr. Cushing was not killed his condition Is very critical. George Goude, a machinist of Oakes dale. Is at work upon a combined head er and thresher that may revolutionize threshing methods in the Palouse country. The machine Is the invention of L. B. Mack and W. F. York of Wal la Walla and Mr. Goude and is design ed with, a view to overcome the defects of the present combined machines on the Palouse hills. Fought a Draw. San Francisco, July 2.—The Han lon-Yanger go at the Mechanics' pa vilion ended in a draw at the end of the 20th round. Referee Eddie Smith being unable to choose a winner be tween the game little featherweights. The fight was one of the fiercest ever seen in this city. Russia's Grain Crop. St. Petersburg, July 2.—An official forecast of the winter grain crop shows them to be generally satisfactory throughout the empire. t General Debility Day in and out there is that feeling of weakness that makes a burden of itself. Food does not strengthen. Sleep does not refresh. It is hard to do, hard to bear, what ihould be easy, — vitality is on the ebb, and he whole system suffers, » For this condition take Hood's Sarsaparilla It vitalizes the blood, gives vigor and tone to all the organs and functions, and Is positively unequalled for all run-down or debilitated conditions. UÖSD's Fills cur* conrtipatlon. 29 cent*. »Mt iS&SIZff 0 CENTS/' OKSMl !. HEADACHES. ft VjiEH nxnH& ■« 1 f 0 pi § BR 0 W , A HtN'STERINC ANGELTHOU: ßk 0 I? I Sold Everywhere. K.I.. ,,, . T - Irr .-. .... * CONSTIPATION '-I have sods tine WMfcmt m ■•f«M«t or ska bowels, not bains able to hots them axoapt by usius bot water injection«. Chronic constipation for «even rears r 1 —*** u>* In tbts terrible condition; during that Has I did ev drrtblng I beard of butnever found anr ralltf; «nob was area** until lbaflan «lus CA8CABBTB. I bow have Iron one to tbree passages a day. and lfl was rieb I would glre 1100-00 for aacb movement! it IssMfea raliaf." insis u hunt. 1080 Bnaesll St.. 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