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Miss Della Stroebe, who had Com pletely Lost Her Health, Hound HelUffrom Pe-ru-na at Once, Mont., $15,000. The ly, has A killed funds foot salmon Juan Wash., A ney brains. Civil health, busy found zle peared $6,000 was der Plato killed were earB, Okla., the an He dred ance lent. old, by Read What She Says: M ISB DELLA STROEBE, 710 Rich mond-St., Appleton, Wis., writes^ "For several years I was in a run down condition, and-I could find no re lief from doctors and medicines. I could -not enjoy my meals, and conld not sleep at night. 1 had heavy, dark circles about the eyes. "My friends were much alarmed. I was advised to give Peruna a trial, and to my joy I began to improve with the first bottle. After taking six bottles I felt completely cured. I cannot say too much for Peruna as a medicine for women in a rnn-down condition." Pe-ru-na Did Wonders. Mrs. Judge J. F. Boyer, 1421 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111., says that she be came run down, could neither eat nor sleep well, and lost flesh and spirit. Pe runa did wonders for her, and she thanks Pernna for new life and strength. IN TOYDOM. « [U E Billy Block—A Teddy bear! And here I've went and shot me last stone at a canary bird! Drat the luck! IT 8EEMED INCURABLE Body Raw with Eczema—Discharged from Hospitals as Hopeles»—Cutl- 1 cura Remedies Cured Him. "From the age of three months until fifteen years old, my son Owen's life was made Intolerable by eczema In Its worst form. In spite of treatments the disease gradually spread until nearly every part of his body was quite raw. He used to tear himself dreadfully In his sleep and the agony he went through is quite beyond words. The regimental doctor pronounced the case hopeless. We had him In hospitals four times and he was pronounced one of the worst cases ever admitted. From each he was discharged as in curable. We kept trying remedy after remedy, but had gotten almost past hoping for a cure. Six months ago we purchased a set of Cuticura Remedies. The result was truly mar velous and to-day he is perfectly cured. Mrs. Lily Hedge, Camblewell Green, England, Jan. 12, 1907." After a man has moved heaven and earth to acquire a certain thing be Is surprised to discover how little he cares for It. Mm. "Winslow's Soothing Syrap. For children teething, eoJten« the game, reduces in flammation, sllaye pain, cure« wind colic. 25c s bottls. A coat of arms doesn't always hide the family skeleton. If Your Feet Ache or Burn 25c package of Allen's Foot-Base. It gives relief. Two million packages sold yearly. get a quick Be careful not to stumble over your own bluff. mini I il JJ is '"Guar#»j! ) SICK HEADACHE IÇARTEKS SPITTLE HIVER Hjÿ s ' Positively cured by fhese Little Pills. They also relieve Dis tress from Dyspepsia, In digestion and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect rem edy for Dizziness, Nau sea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coat ed Tongue, Pain in the Side, TORPID LIVER They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. I SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Similé Signature flW?. Mmim REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. CARTERS MAKER'S" HAIR BALSAM fflUgmrt And beauti fiel the hale. Promot«* A luxuriant growth. Never Falls to Beetore Gray 50c, and il-00 »t DruggtoU Hair to HOWARD E. BURTON, A '&g&?s*!' D Specimen priées: Gold. Silver, I>a4,11 ; Gold-8U vei\75c; Gold.fiOc; ZincorCopperfL C janldet^irtA Matlina envelopes and Tull price list eent on applica tion. Control and umpire work solicited. Lead ville» Colo. Reference. Carbonate National Bank. ELECTROTYPES LIVE ST0CI AND MISCELLANEOUS lowest prices by r. AdaMsnt. .Chieag* WIDOWS' nDdor N EW LAW obtained " „ by JOHN W. MORRIS, PENSIONS D. O. "i™ wfciS » Thompson's Eye Waler NEWS SUMMARY In have shell An beams ingston, body of worth tied strike & First The Aug. Codd near Wash., vation, killed his liam the attend tion liver power Coal teen be er The and and man to New with by the aire with kee of of of loss the Forest fires in the -vicinity of Taft. Mont., have caused damage of at least $15,000. The First National bank of Friend ly, W. Va., with a capital of $26,000, has closed its doors. A young farmer near Paris shot and killed his parents. He was refused funds to buy drink, hence the tragedy. Dynamite was used to kill a forty foot finback whale which entered a salmon trap at Smallpox bay, San Juan island, says a Bellingham, Wash., dispatch. A general breakdown in health led Thomas L, Redlon, former city attor ney of Lead, S. D., to blow out his brains. He was 60 years old and a Civil war veteran. Acting under orders of the board of health, sixty policemen have been busy for days killing every dog that is found running at large without a muz zle in New York City. Four years ago Robert Perry disap peared from Southington, Conn., with $6,000 in his possession. His skeleton was found last week. His wife is un der suspicion of the murder. Robert Walsh of Payette* Kan., and Plato Brock of Bozeman, Mont., were killed on a ranch near Bozeman while moving a derrick, which came into contact with a live power wire. Both were ranch hands. lied ants crawling into the eyes, earB, nose and mouth of the little three-year-old daughter of Tonie, a Kiowa Indians, living near Anadarka, Okla., inflicting wounds from which the child died later. James H. Budd, former Governor of California and long prominent in Democratic politics, died at his resi dence in Stockton on July 30, after an illness of a fortnight, of uraemia. He was 58 years old. The Chineses steamer Ying King, engaged in the passenger trade, foun dered during a typhoon. Three hun dred Chinese are known to have been drowned. Only twelve of those on board were rescued. Cholera that has made its appear ance in Russia this year is most viru lent. made by a distinguished medical au thority, the sanitary conditions in the Volga towns are horrible. There is bad news from the French Congo, where a factory in the Naua district has been destroyed by the na tives. In the Sangha district twenty soldiers, who were engaged in tax col lecting, have been murdered. "Tad" Smith, a negro boy 18 year» old, charged with criminal assault on Miss Viola Delancey of Clinton, Hun* county, Texas, after being identified by the young woman, was tied to a stake by a mob and burned to death. Robert S. Bradley, secretary of the transcontinental freight bureau, was found dead in his gas-filled bedroom in Chicago by his wife, was ill, but whether his death was ac cidental or self-inflicted is not known. A summary of reports received from two hundred correspondents on har vest conditions in the Canadian west showed 90 per cent of the wheat will have passed the blossom stage from August 16 to 20. The grain is filling well. According to investigations a his Friedberg, the Berlin invited to several persons Several per the flagship opened O'Connell Mr. Bradley Is in William Hiver, a young aeronaut of Mason, Mich., was killed while mak ing a parachute drop. Just as the par achute filled the strings of one side snapped and the aeronaut dropped 2000 feet, to his death, the parachute trailing a useless rag, after him. The interstate commerce commis sion has issued a statement to the ef fect that without waiting for filing ot complaints It will institute an inves tigation on its own motion for the purpose of determining whether ad vances in freight rates are justified. "Walter Goodwin, a farmer, who at the last term of the county court gave the names of seven men who with himself composed a "night-rider" squadron at Central Furnace, Ky., was shot from ambush and seriously wounded while returning home from town. A reorganization of the Pope Manu facturing company was effected last week. The new capitalization will be $2,500,000 preferred stock and $4,000, 000 of common stock. The new com pany will purchase the factories at Hartford, Conn., and at Westfield, Mass. The government department of commerce and labor has begun the work of gathering data in regard to the timber resources of the country, and will soon have full information as to how much standing timber there is in the United States, and where it Is located. by Dis In rem Nau Bad Coat the Slegiflund banker, who fled after alleged defal cations aggregating $500,000, and who, Police Commissioner Muller of Berlin, in an "open telegram," come home and give himself up, has decided, after negotiations with the police to do so. At the mining town of Stafford, Ra leigh county, West Virginia, 100 kegs of powder In a powder house explod ed. Nearly every building In the town was wrecked and were severiously hurt, sons were blown out of their houses, but not seriously hurt. Shocked to death in a manhole in New York City was the fate of James O'Connell, who Is said to have been Admiral Dewey's chief gunner on the Olympia when the fight In Manilla bay. making repairs when he came in contact with a live wire. hale. Gray D Gold-8U applica Lead Bank. era i was speeding be tween Sparks and Reno, Nevada, the 18-months-old daughter of A. H. Pett, assistant division freight and passen ger agent of the Southern Pacific, fell out of the Pullman window and mlrac ulously escaped death. The child sus- 1 talned a few slight bruises. While a train by obtained O. Waler NORTHWEST NOTES Delay In 116 miles of track 117 bridges have been built across the Mussel shell river In Montana by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul railroad. An unknown man riding the brake beams was ground to pieces at Liv ingston, Mont. Fragments of his body were scattered over five miles of track. Twenty-eight new locomotives, worth about $600,000, are said to be tied up at Denver as the result of the strike of the shopmen on the Denver & Rio Grande railroad. Application for a receiver for the First bank of Rawhide has been made. The appointment will be made on Aug. 6 and In all probability A. A. Codd will be named as the man. While hunting deer In the woods near Lovell, a small town near Tekoa, Wash., on the Ceoeur d'Alene reser vation, John Gates, an Indian, was killed by the accidental discharge of his weapon. Invitations have been sent to Wil liam H. Taft and William J. Bryan, the rival presidential candidates, to attend the interstate fair and exposi tion in Denver In September and de liver addresses. Capital is now developing the water power of the Cherry Creek section of Nevada, for an irrigation project In Coal valley, and an area thirty by fif teen miles in extent eventually will be under cultivation. Mack Thayer, son of William Thay er of Fenton, Wyo., accidentally shot himself with a .22 calibre revolver. The bullet entered between the ribs and lodged under the left shoulder and Thayer will recover. Albert Penny, a Union Pacific shop man at Laramie, Wyo., has fallen heir to a share of an estate valued at $20, 000,000. The property Is located in New York and Penny's share will amount to about $800,000. Mrs. May Belle Cottrell, charged with having raised' a check given her by Colonel D. P. Jenkins, nestor of the Washington bar, Spokane million aire and philanthropist, has been re leased from custody on $2,000 bonds. The last spike connecting Butte with Chicago on the Chicago, Milwau kee & St. Paul coast extension was driven at 6 o'clock on the evening of July 27, by D. A. Macintosh, one of the contractors. The spike was one of brass. The big prise fight arena of the Butte Athletic club, on the flats below Butte, was destroyed by fire of un known origin on July 31, entailing a loss of $3,600. In this arena all of the big prize fights of Butte have been held. An unknown man who was stealing a of in on au the na col on a the was in ac from har west will from Street, used cal life." to ss phia has his est a ride on the Overland limited was ground to pieces beneath the wheels and his body strewn in hits for over a mile, three miles east of Winnemucca, Nevada. An Inquest did not develop his identity. Sheriff Campbell of Cissoula, Mont., while visiting a friend at Taft, near Missoula, happened upon two holdup men in the act of robbing Henry Smith. The sheriff gave chasi? and caught both robbers, after an ex citing and long chase. The Montana Bankers' association held its annual convention in Billings last week. The feature of the open ing session was the addresses by United States Senator Thomas H. Carter and John G. Maronit, presi dent of the association. Three lives were lost by the capsiz ing of the yawl Elizabeth, in the Ev erett, Wash., harbor, about two miles from shore. The drowned men are George Morton, aged 21, his sister, Mamie Morton of Everett, and Miss Florence Scott of Victoria. Stephen G. Grubb, a Civil war vet eran, whose action at a critical mo ment probably saved General William T. Sherman's entire store of ammu nition just before his famous march from Atlanta to the sea, died at Ta coma on July 30, age 73 years. John Murphy and Joseph N. McNeal were instantly killed at Nimrod sta tion, Mont., on the Northern Pacific railroad, and Gus Wassen was seri ously injured. The men were riding the pilot of a work train's engine when the front trucks climbed the rails. A jury at Fort Benton, Mont., ac quitted Fred Larimore of the murder of W. P. Turner at the latter's ranch near Beatrice, last April. Judge Tat tan scored the jurors severely when the verdict was read, and intimated that had a verdict of guilty of mur der In the first degree been return ed It would have met with his ap proval. Jesse Flfer, a street car grlpman, Berlin killed his eight-year-old daughter Hazel, Mrs. Dennis Nlhoul, a confine, ment patient, fatally wounded his wife, Mrs. L. Flfer, seriously wounded to Mra Ethel Warren, his sister-in-law, at Seattle, and then took his own life. Flfer was crazed because his wife had left him. Rex Beach, the novelist and play wright, who has just returned from a bear hunting trip In Alaska, Is con fined In a Seattle hospital, under the persons care of an eye specialist, with a serl per- ous attack of Iritis, which, it is feared, may result in the permanent loss of sight. James Gallagher, a liveryman »1 Twin Falls, Ida., has caused the ar rest at Denver of George Kern and George McLaughlin, whom he accuses opened of having swindled him out of $5,000, O'Connell wagered by him on a wrestling match, which he now declares to have been a fake. of mak par side ef ot inves the ad who court who Ky., from Manu last be $4,000, com at of the to as is it Is defal who, Berlin, has the Ra kegs explod town houses, in James been the in lance be- Frank Barker, a deserting the corporal In company D of the Third Pett, infantry, stationed at Fort Geçrge passen- Wright, was arrested at Spokane last fell week, chaged with the murder of Ira mlrac- Nesslnger, near Clear Lake. He con sus- 1 fessed the crime, but claimed It war the result of a fight. 8AVED AT THE CRISIS. OLE Delay Meant Death from Kidney . Troublée. No a Mrs. Herman Smith. 901 Broad Street, Athens, Ga., says: "Kidney disease started with slight irregularity and weakness and developed into dan gerous dropsy. I Le came weak and lan guid, and could do no housework. My back ached terribly. I had bearing down pains and my limbs bloated to twice their normal size. Doctors did not help, and I was fast drifting into the hopeless stages. I used Doan's Kidney Pills at the criti cal moment and they really saved my life." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Poster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Mme. the and beauty, "There's as it hills. ful it who fan answer, certainly la the ing eyes away of "Well, Mis' can't WAS TOO MUCH FOR PAPA. Moon Childish Questions Were Becoming Entirely Too Personal. There Is a member o? the faculty of George Washington university, who, to use the words of a colleague, "is ss rotund physically as he is profound metaphysically," 'says the Philadel phia Ledger. One day the professor chanced to oome upon hiB children, of which he has a number, all of whom were, to his astonishment, engaged in an earn est discussion of. the meaning of the word "absolute." "Dad," queried one of the young sters, "can a man be absolutely good?" "No." "Dad," put. in another youngster, "can a man be absolutely bad?" It never one. "No." "Papa," ventured the third child, a girl, "can a man be absolutely fat?" Whereupon the father fled In continently. he ing, ! ! ! PROOF. In She—How do you know he's a book keeper? He—Well, I loaned him a book about five years ago and he never re turned 1L a by H. Ev are vet mo Ta sta seri ac Tat mur ap his life. had play a con the serl of »1 ar and $5,000, been ter Sam's Idea. During one of the big political con ventions a train load of delegates were stalled at a water tank. As the day was sultry the windows were raised and the delegates leaned out. Every head that appeared was bald. "Boss," said an old colored man whe was selling sandwiches, "what train do you call da,t dar?" "Why, Sam, that is the 'cannon-bal express,' " responded the conductor. The old man watched the bald heads protruding from the windows for a long while and then said, seriously: "Cannon-ball express? Lands, boss, looks to me more like de billiard-ball express." a Training of Royal Children. Most of the royal children of Eu rope are brought up much more simply than American children of the wealthier classes because they have none of the party engagements and school affiliations that take up so much of the time of American chil dren. The Russian children are brought up according to the English customs, living much of the time in the open air, and are said to be a strong, jolly lot of youngsters, the small boy who is the crown prince imperial being an especially pre cocious youngster. WONDERED WHY Found the Answer Was "Coffee/ Many pale, sickly persons wonder for years why they have to suffer so, and eventually discover that the drug —caffeine—In coffee Is the main cause of the trouble. "I was always very fond of coffee and drank it every day. I never had much flesh and often wondered why t was always so pale, thin and weak. "About five years ago my health mmpletely broke down and I was con fined to my bed. My stomach was 'n such condition that I could hardly ake sufficient nourishment to sustain fife. "During this time I was drinking soffee, didn't think I could do with-" »ut It. "After awhile I came to the con tusion that coffee was hurting me, tnd decided to give it up and try Postum. I didn't like the taste of it at first, but when it was made right —boiled until dark and rich—1 Boon became very fond of It. "In one week I began to feel better. I could eat more and sleep better. My lick headaches were less frequent, and within five months I looked and felt like a new being, headache spells en tirely gone. "My health continued to Improve and today I am well and strong, weigh '148 lbs. I attribute my present health to the life-giving qualities of Postum." "There's a Reason." lance Third ville," in pkgs. last Ira one appears from time to time. They con war Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read, "The Road to Well Ever read the above letter? A new are genuine, true, and full of human Interest OLE MIS' MOON WITH THEM. No Chance of the Vleitore Being Homeaick In the City. of fund Mme. Fairfax was wont to stand on the porch of her old Virginia home and rejoice on moonlight nights in the beauty, says the Youth's Companion. | right "There's my moon," she would say, j best as it rose from behind the "eastern hills. "Look, Dahlia, see how beauti ful it is," and her tiny colored maid, who was ever at hand with shawl or fan for her beloved mistress, would answer, enthusiastically: "Your moon | certainly do look pow'ful handsome j viduals the ing of and to-night." When Mme. Fairfax journeyed to the city to visit her son, Dahlia, look ing out of the window with wondering the first evening of her life 1 known eyes on away from home, exclaimed, in a voice | of mingled astonishment and relief: "Well, 1 declar' to goodness, if ole Mis' Moon ain't done come along to Washington wlf me an ole mis'! We can't be homesick nohow, wif ole Mis' mended World and effects only, Moon shining on us." CHILDHOOD'S HAPPY DAY8. I/. >■ r v<- M : »»'j / y J?* The Hunter—Ain't It a shame, Fldo? It says here dat mountain lions are rapidly becoming extinct. I bet we'll never get a chanst to shoot a single one. No Offense. Miss Passay—Old Dr. Gruff was re marking to-day that the weather this spring was just like that of 1876 and he asked me If I dld-n't remember. Miss Knox—Yes? Miss Passay—Yes. Positively insult ing, wasn't It? Miss Knox—Oh, surely not inten ! tlonally so. He probably doesn't know ! what a wretched memory you have.— ! Philadelphia Press. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that It Bears the ^ . ,p Signature of In Use For Over 30 Y*ears. The Kind You Have Always Bought. Ai Just Suppose. "Just suppose," said Brother Ùickey, "heaven wuz watermelon patch, an' It wuz de Fo'th er July de year roun!" "Go long, man," said Brother Wil liams, "you almos' makes me want ter go dar!" —Atlanta Constitution. big one a TEA We sell tons of poor stuff; but our name isn't on it. Go by the name. Your grocer returns your money if you don't like Schilling's Best: we pay him. His M,ark. Hewitt—Gruet can't write his own name. Jewett—I know it; whenever he sees a man showing another man how to make a cross on an Australian ballot h» thinks he is forging his Signatur«. Eu the and so chil are in a the pre i-Ü ■ so, drug cause had why weak. con was This woman says she was saved from an operation by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Lena V. Henry, of Norristown, Ga., writes to Mrs. Pinkham : " I suffered untold misery from fe male troubles. My doctor said an opera tion was the only chance I had, and I dreaded it almost as much as death. "One day I read how other women had been cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I decided to try it. Before I had taken the first bottle I was better, and now I am en tirely cured. " Every woman suffering with an female trouble should take Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. ham's Vegeta^i^^VranpoxiiS, made from roots and herbs, nas been the standard remedy for female ills. and has positively cured thousands of ■women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcéra tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bear mg-down feeling, flatulency, indiges tion, dizziness or nervous prostration, Why don't you try it ? Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice. » guided thousands to Address, Lynn, Mass. with-" con me, try it right Boon My and felt en weigh health I They Battle Well She has health. new human W. N. U„ Salt Lake City, No. 32, 1908. One of -the Essentials of the happy homes of to-day is a vast fund of information as to the best method» right living and knowledge of the world'» best products, acceptance through the approval of thw Well-Informed of the World; not of indi viduals only, but of the many who have the happy faculty of -selecting and obtain ing the best the world affords. One of the products of that class, of EthicaJl of promoting health and happiness and Products of actual excellence and reasonable claims truthfully presented and which have attained to world-wide known component parts, an | remedy, approved by physicians and com mended by the Well-Informed of the World as a valuable and wholesome family laxative is the well-known Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial effects always buy the genuine, manu factured by the California Fig Syrup Co.,, only, and for sale by all leading druggists. 7Food Products Libby's Sweet Nixed Pickles That firm, crisp quality and delicious flavor is what you get when you insist on Libby's Nixed Pickles at your dealers. They are always the finest and never disappoint. It's the same with Libby's Sweet Gherkins and Sweet Midgets. Ask for them. 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For eczemas, rashes, inflamma tions, chafings, sunburn, Sings oHnsects lameness made an/soreness incidental to. the Outdoor Sports, for the care ills. 0 f the hair and Scalp, for of _ _ with Sanative, antiseptic cleans ing, 3S Well 3S for all the purposes of the toilet, bath bear- , n / nnr< . pn , Putin,ri Qmn anc j nursery, GUtlCura ->Oap and Cuticura are unrivaled. Guaranteed absolutely pure, and sick may be used from the hour of birth, sold throughout the world. ix-pot,? tendon, rr. to «MV'fiSt c.W: chi^W, Bo. Africa Lennon. Ltd.. Cape Tor n, r»e.; IIB.A-.. Pot^r Dniff «*: Oo~i. CV>ri>.. Hole Fro^a Boeic-w Foal t roc. Cuticura Booklet on tUo tikis I 1908.