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EXTERNAL REMEDY FOR ECZEMA
Why Salves Fail While a Simple Liquid Has Accomplished Thousands of Cures. lt is now thoroughly established among the best medical authorities that qczema is purely a skin disease, due to a germ and curable only through the skin. It Is not a blood disease at all; In fact, thousands of S»SFi2« Bu ï er ,?L ith skln disease and are Ü5 fectly healthy otherwise, and there lore prove they have no diseased blood. K a've8 cannot reach the K. 1 »)? 8 *», b6, ;a u * e they do not pene S l t 'L' Tlle only way to reach liquid iS by means of a penetrating liquid can be obtained by elm SJith n * , ? ,n * c ordinary oil of wlntergreen with thymol, irlycerlne and other heal • This compound known as .p. D - Prescription stops the itch instantly and the cures all nppear to be permanent. It might be advisable to speak to your druggist about this. by be to in m ;i AND THEY'VE GOT ITI "How do you like the new styles in neckwear, dear?" "A little ruff around the neck, love." ITCHED FOR TWELVE YEAR8. Eczema Made Hand* and Feet Swell, Peel and Get Raw—Arm, Affected, Too—Gave Up All Hope of Cur*. Quickly Cured by Cutlcura. "I suffered from eczema on my hands, arms and feet for about twelve years, my hands and feet would swell, sweat and Itch, then would become callous and get very dry, then peel off and get raw. I tried most every kind of salve and ointment without success. I tried several doctors, but at last gave up thinking there was a cure for eczema. A friend of mine Insisted on my trying the Cutlcura Remedies, but I did not give them a trial until I got so bad that I had to do something. I secured a set and by the time they were used I could see a vast Improvement and my hands and feet were healed up in no time. I have had no trouble since. Charles T. Bauer, Volant, Fa., Mar. 11, 1908." Potter Drus Sc Cbom. Corp., Sole Props., Boston. Those enjoying prosperity should al ways be ready to assist the unfor tunate.—Demosthenes. Red, Weak. Weary, Watery Eyea Relieved by Murine Eye Remedy. Com pounded by Experienced Physicians. Mu rine Doesn't Smart: Soothes Eye Pain. Write Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago, for illustrated Eye Book. A.t Druggists. The rule in a prohibition state seems to be "bar none." — PE-RU-NA TONIC FOR COUGHS, COLDS, CATARRH. ' » i ■:* JOSEPH HALL. CHA8E PerumTlDru g Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen: I have used Peruna and find that it cannot be equaled as u tonic, as well as a cure for coughs, colds and catarrh. You are authorized to use my photo with testimonial in any lication. Joseph H. Chase, 8*4 Tenth St., Washington, D. C. pub Cold and La Grippe Mr. C. Happy, Hardin, Ray Co., Mo., writes: "I can safely recommend Pe runa as a remedy that will tarrhal troubles. "It was of great benefit to me, as it cured me of catarrh of the throat-, and I took a very bad cold and hud la grippe last February. It settled in my throat and lunçs. X took three bottles of Peruna and it cured me. "I highly recommend it to all who are sick, and I am glad to add my en dorsement to that of others." cure all ca Pe-ru-na for Colds Mr. L. Clifford Figg, Jr., 2929 East Marshall St., Richmond, Va., writes that when he gets a cold he takes Peru na, and it soon drives it out of his sys tem. For several years he was not entirely well, but Peruna completely cured him. People who object to liquid medicines can now Beunre Peruna tablets. For a free illustrated booklet entitled "Tbe Truth About Peruna," address The Peruna Co., Columbus, Ohio. Mailed postpaid. * I Beware of tbe Cough that hang« on persistently, breaking your nicht'« rest ana exhausting you with the violent* of the paroxysm«. A few doses of Piso'a Cure will relieve won derfully any cough, how far advanced * ro cn o o LO or serious. It soothes and heals the irritated surfaces, clears the OT CXJ sir pears. Tiffin 1 in ly FIGHT ON GAMBLING OPENED IN IDAHO Bill of Sweeping and Drastic Provis ions Introduced in the Lower House of Legislature. An anti-gambling bill was intro duced in the house of representatives by the Judiciary committee on Mon day, February T. It prohibits all games with cards, especially solo, ahd makes all per sons permitting any such games to be played upon their premises subject to penalty of imprisonment, bill also provides that any money lost in such games or in bucket houses or m stock selling upon margins may be recovered by civil action, together v/lth exemplary damages. Mayors of cities are made responsible for the enforcement of the law. Foresman presented two bills, one asking for an appropriation of $20,000 ior a state fair at Lewiston and the other asking for an appropriation of S25.000 for improvement of the Snake river. The judiciary committee presented ;i measure providing a penalty for false pretenses, and one was Intro duced by Morbeck and McGlllivary making the Intent of a voter the guide In countig ballotB in spite of techni cal violations of instructions to vot This era. On the Initiative of Senator Mac beth, the senate took action request ing the *capltol building commission to advise that body of the percentage of completion of the construction of the new capitol and estimated cost of 'he entire building when completed, based upon the plans and specifica tions of the structure, the report of the capitol commission made Just prior to this action of the senate not having contained this information. In this move the fighting senator had no opposition, the vote on the motion be ing unanimous. The senate bill providing for the ap pointment of deputies and clerical as sistance of sheriffs and assessors was passed by that body. Another surprise was sprung in the senate on Saturday, January 30, when local'option bill No. 2 was Introduced. The measure provides that a vote of •<0 per cent of the voters can bring It into effect in the counties and make the law an issue, whereas 20 per cent of the aggregate vote Is required by the house bill passed a few days pre vious. At this session Senator Macbeth made more charges against the capi tol commission, trac'ors who were the lowest bidders on the structural work of the building, but whose bids were turned down by the commission, he alleged. One firm named was the American Bridge com pany of Salt Lake. A resolution pro viding for an Investigation of the bids on this work was defeated by a party vote.» The house held a short session In the morning. The bill providing a new fee schedule for clerks of district courts and one authorizing juries of less than twelve In district courts and less than six In justice courts were passed. Faraday presented a bill asking for an appropriation of $15,000 for a bridge across Snake river, between Elmore and Owyhee counties, and McFadden, one provid ing that women attendants accompany girls committed to the reform school. A bill was Introduced by Represent ative Johnson In the house on Friday, January 29, providing for two second ary agricultural colleges In the state me In the south and one in the north, for the purpose of taking advantage of a government appropriation. The bill provides for an expenditure of $122,000 and ten cents per capita from all cities of 2,500 population or more tor industrial training. A concurrent resolution was Intro duced providing for two senators and three representatives to be appointed to visit the state institutions In north Idaho, and a like committee to visit those In south Idaho, and It was adopted. The bill providing for an appropria tion of $50,000 for the Alaska-Yukon Paciflc exposition was amended to read $30,000, and was passed by the house. The following other bills were In troduced In the house: By McKinley, pppropriating $60,000 for establishing an agricultural college In southern Idaho; by McFadden, providing for deputy bee Inspectors; prohibiting the sale of cigarettes and cigarette pa pers ; by Mllvord, providing for a state grain commission. The house, after a long and spirited wrangle over a motion to give G. W. Thompson, the Lewiston banker, the privilege of the floor bt that body to explain the "Iron land lease," turned it down and adopted one requiring Bangs (Democrat) to furnish the state affairs committee with any informa mentioning con Mother Shoots Girl's Betrayer. Astoria, Ore.—Dr. Fred Peacock, physician of Cathlamet, Wash., was shot and dangerously wounded at that place by Mrs. Madelaine Longtaine, mother of a young girl who recently died at St. Mary's hospital in this city under tragic circumstances. Mrs. Longtaine fired four shots polntbiank from behind at the physician, and two of the bullets struck. He was brought to this city In a launch and taken to the hospital, where the bullets were removed. Peacock was awaiting trial for the death of the girl. 1 üon or charges he might have which in his opinion might warrant a de mand (or an investigation of the lease. The vote on the resolution was strict ly on party lines. President Pierce of the Boise & lnterurban railway extended the leg islature an invitation to take a trip over his line to Caldwell and return tree, and it waq accepted, after which adjournment was taken until Monday. In the senate a resolution was in troduced by Senator Davis to the ef fect that the committee oa state af fairs be authorised to examine wit nesses and incur expense relative to an investigation of the state capitol affairs. This provoked another clash between Democrats and Republicans, and resulted in the defeat of the reso lution. The Republican finance committee offered a substitute for the house res olution protesting to congress against the reduction of the tariffs on hides, lead, wool and lumber. This resolu tion is morç comprehensive than the one offered Ifl the house, and includes all products affected by the tariff. The minority offered a substitute claiming protection on all Idaho products. Tho Republican memorial was adopted. A bill of great importance to the commonwealth is te one Introduced by McCutcheon on Thursday, January 28. If it becomes a law Idaho will not be a Mecca for those seeking sep aration. It proposes to Increase the divorce period from six to eighteen months, and provides that where (here are children under It years of to I ! age, the county attorney shall appear In behalf of them. The bill appro priating $50,000 for the Alaska-Yukon Paciflc exposition was practically shelved by action of the house In re ferring it to a committee. The house, after refusing to table a resolution calling.for an Investigation cf the lease of the alleged iron land to G. W. Thompson of Lewiston by the state land board, defeated the res olution Itself by a vote of 27 to 22, all the Democrats and a number of : Republicans voting for It. Bangs, Democrat, was the author of the res olution, and It provoked an intensely partisan discussion, the majority go ing to the rescue of the state hoard, while the Democrats sought to turn on the searchlight. A bill was presented asking for an appropriation of $72,000 for the Indus trial school^ at St. Anthony, by the Fremont delegation; one by Johnson, providing a penalty of from ten to twenty years' imprisonment for bur glary of explosives, and by Shaw, reg ulating the sale of narcotic drugs. Two constitutional amendments were proposed ini the house of repre sentatives on Wednesday, January 27, cne permitting sheriffs and assessors to succeed themselves In office and cne permitting the legislature to pro vide for the issuance of bonds suffi cient to complete the state capitol building in excess of the present bonding limitation. Johnson presented another direct primary bill, particularly designed to preserve party organization, and Ed wards presented a measure authoriz ing the state land board to preserve and improve mineral springs on state lands. Other bills were introduced by Thompson and Duval, requiring cities to prevent and suppress diseases within their limits; by Adkinson, Woodward and Parsons, providing $10,000 bonds for a bridge over Sal mon river near Goff Ferry. The Democrats of the senate, led by MacBeth and Bowen, made a vig orous protest against what they al leged as railroading of bills through the upper house and not permitting them to take their regular course through committees. MacBeth charged the senate with spending most of its time killing house bills, and Bowen agreed with him. The corporations committee intro duced an anti-pass bill. Hasbrouck end Sweeney introduced a bill giving every city and town power to issue municipal bonds at any time to an amount not to exceed 15 per cent ol the assessed value of all property In the city or town. In view of the fact that the stat6 capitol building fund and building are under investigation by the senate, Llacbeth insisted that the capitol com mission- submit its biennial report at I he earliest date possible, and over this matter hot words were passed between MacBeth for the Democrats and Hart for the Republicans. Irrigation Congress at Seattle. Chicago.—"Th^ irrigation of arid iands in the west together with the promotion of forestry, deep water ways, darlnage of swamp lands, and some settlements will be given great encouragement by the national irri gation congress to be held at Spo kane, Wash., Aug. 9 to 14," said George E. Barstow, president of the congress while here Sunday. "Mr. Taft is being urged to visit the Pacific coast at that time to attend not only the congress, but the Alaska-Yukon Pacific exposition at Seattle. Japan and China are to be represented. Spe cial trains are to run from points In Texas, California, Arizona, Utah Ore gon and other western states. Doesn't Mind Little Thing Like Broken Skull. ShoshonI, Wyo.—Local surgeons are marveling at the case of a "bobunk" employed in the construction of the Boysen dam near this place. On Wed nesday, while working on the dam, and under the Influence of liquor, the foreigner fell a distance of seventeen teet and alighted'on his head on a pile of jagged rocks. His skull was badjy fractured, but he is displaying few of the symptoms generally result ing from such an Injury, and does not seem greatly inconvenienced. a to AWFUL GRAVEL ATTACKS Cured by Doan's Kidney Pills After Year* of Suffering. are A be P. A. Rippy, Depot Ave., Gallatin, Tenn., says: "Fifteen years ago kid ney disease attacked me. The pain in my hack was so agoniz ing I finally had to give up work. Then came terrible attacks of gravel with acute pain and passages of blood. In all I passed 25 stones, some as large as a bean. Nine years of this ran me down to a state of continual weakness, and I thought J never would be better un til I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. The improvement was rapid, and since using four boxes I am cured and have never had any return of the trouble." ! Sold by all dealers. cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. mi If ■o. IMPUDENCE PERSONIFIED. fi for hT v !' Robert Rustler—What did you say was the title of your new song? : Successful Chorus Lady—I call It "The Proposal." Robert Rustler—And the key? Successful Chorus Lady—B minor. Robert Rustler—B mine—eh? How would you like to change it for a key In A flat? A Needed Chang*. The navy department recently re ceived from the commander-in-chief of the fleet an official communication relative to certain changes recom mended by him to be made In the uni form shirt of the enlisted men. In ac cordance with custom this letter was forwarded to various officials for com ment or expression of opinion, the re marks of each officer being appended on an Indorsement slip. Each Indorse ment Introduces the subject matter of the letter in a brief, and one of them thus tersely explained the contents: "Commander-in-chief desires to change shirt."—Lippincott'B. Tho Favorite. Millions of suffering eyes have found in Dr. Mitchell's famous salve a real blessing. Reject the offer of any dealer to sell a drug for your eye.- Dr. Mitch ell's Eye Salve is a simple, healthy remedy to be applied to the lids. It cures without entering the eye. Sold everywhere. Price 25 cents. to al its an ol In at Oh, Fatherl "Father, you must not drop your final 'g's.' '' Thus Gwendolin obsessed by nou veau culture, to father, retired pork packer. "But I haven't been droppin' 'em." "There you go. Droppin'! And you say 'cornin' and goin' and eatin' ' with out any final 'g' sound at all. It'* aw ful." A pause. "Gwenny." "Yes." "May I drop the final 'g' in egg?' MIX FOR COLD8 To one-half pint good whiskey, add one ounce syrup sarsaparilla and one ounce Torls compound, which can be procured of any druggist. Take In tea Bpoonful doses before each meal and before retiring. This relieves In 24 hours, and cures any cold that is curable. Camphor au Medicine. As a medicine camphor is Invaluable if used judiciously. If six or ten dropB are taken on a lump of sugar when sneezing starts, a bad cold in the head can often be checked. This dose should not be repeated closer than an hour apart. Be sure that it agrees with you. Jamaica Ginger Output. The ginger grown in Jamaica com mands more than double the price of any other. Under favorable conditions an acre will produce as much as 4,000 pounds. During the last fiscal year about 1,400,000 pounds was exported from that Island. the and irri said the Spe In Ore Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it In Use For Over 30 Year*. The Kind You Have Always Bought. You can rely upon the friends you buy—if you have enough money to keep them bought. WHY suffer with eye troubles, quick re lief by using PETTIT'S EYE SÀLVE. 25o. All druggists or Howard Bros., Buffalo, N. Y. Less than a pint of whisky may make a peck of trouble. Like are the dam, the a was not ONLY ONE -BROMO QUININE" That 1« LAXATIVS BROMO QUININE. Look fof the signature of B. WTOROVB. Used the World over to Cure a Cold in One Day. 96©. Marriage is the hurdle between ro mance and reality. Those Tired, Aching Feet of Toon noed Allen's Foot-Ease. 2 dc W rite A. 8. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. at tc* 1 * Druggist's. Y., for sample. The more a girl smile* the lei* she mean* it THE PERUNA ALMANAC. The druggists have already been sup plied with the Peruna almanac for 1909. In addition to the regular astro nomical matter usually furnished in good almanacs, the articles on astrology 1 are very attractive to most people. The mental characteristics of each sign are given with faithful accuracy. A list of lucky and unlucky days will be furnished to those who have our almanacs, free of charge. Address The Peruna Co., Columbus, O. is be Then Willing to Take a Chance. The other evening a particularly , woe begone and souseful looking per son stopped James J. Buckley on East ab cjyth Rtrppt I "Gimme a dime for a bed, won't you, mister?" asked the stranger In alike that half whisper they always use. Buckley looked at him for a min- ; ute thoughtfully. "Well," says he, se- | rlously, "bring the bed around and | If I think It's worth the price I'll give j you a dime for It, of course."— Cleve land Plain Dealer. Figs buy by How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any ease of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O. We. the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney I for the last IS years, and believe him perfectly hon orable In all business transactions and financial!;' able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. j Waldino, Kinnan A Marvin, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. 1 Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface« of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 76 cents pee bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Awful I "We had such a protracted fare well," remarked So-and-So, "that I lost my train." "You should have left farewell enough alo*e," he remarked. For a moment they looked at him 1 with the Chopin "funeral march" ex pression. But eventually they re solved to let him live. The Rev. William Y. Chapman of Newark, N. J., thinks that the uplift movement should be extended to the kitchen girl. "There is no one," he declares, "I sympathize with so much as the woman who serves things upon dishes and then has to wash the dish es again. It Is the most thankless job on the planet" The construction of an international Christian Eendeavor headquarters building at Boston, it Is noted, has been undertaken. The profits from the rental of office quarters in this building will be devoted to this exten sion work. not neglect constipation, for this con dition poisons the blood and leads to chron ic ill health. Garfield Tea, the mild herb laxative, corrects constipation, keeps the blood pure, and the D» good. Many a man has lost his life in try ing to collect the living he thought the world owed him. There Is no Safer Remedy for a Cough, or throat trouble than "Brown's Bronchial Troches." 25 cents a box. Sample free. John I. Brown & Son, Boston, Mass. A happy medium ought to make good at a spiritual seance. PII.ES CURED IN « TO 14 DAYS. PAZO 01NTMBNT is guaranteed to car» any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Pile* in 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 60c. The words coined in the mint do not increase our vocabulary. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. For children teething, «often« the gum«, reduce« t» flsmmation, allays paw, cures wind coliu. 96c«bottle. You might say of a legal wedding, "Certainly knot." 1111111 I [y [r âZ5 "Guara«^ COLT DISTEMPER Otn be handled very eaully. The nick a-e cu rod, and all other« ha same «table, no matter how M exuo«ed,'* kej*t from having tho die «uw, by using SPOHMY l.IQuIn DISTEMPER CURB. Ol»« oa the tongue, or in feed. Acta on the blood aud ok pel« germ» of all forma of distemper. Boat remedy ever known for mare« la foaL One bottle guaranteed to cure one case. BOoan^ 41 a bottle j fftaal 110 dozen of drugging* and harness dealers, or sent oa press paid by manufacturers. Cut show« how to poultice throats. Our fr«o armte wanted. Largest —Itlag ■POHN MEDICAL CO.. Ote » * ra»s» tort . l *»a» Ooshen, Inch, U.LL jjpg§mg^ I 8 iS "SPECIAL MERIT" SEAMLESS SCHOOL SHOES Trad« Mask A. .» I ÇCHOOL SHOES without »mm« think of O It— seamless school shoes! Thar are •Won* and «tiirdy. have aeamlaaa uppers, tough tolas and double leather toes. By far the —et durable and lasting shoes obtainable. "Special Merit "Seam less Sc hod Shoe# "tt»or Uhetron." They wear just twice aa long aa ordinary shoes with - - Made in all styles and sizes, Ior every day Sunday wear—for boys and girls. JSmSTVZSdxg: fa Trade Mark on the tola. . .rttEE-lfyoavnn tst4 aadwaaowefa 4«sUr wko Sots mol hsaeU Sr«dal MOTS Rrhnnl fiknee um «arlll uaA u« I—.- \\ v SCHOOL SHOES . . . .7 '. . WMI jw int MkL a ksaaUM ptetars of Goars« or I —«Aiagroa, «I««I HM , tewwClebp smtSaSSSS 1 thoee. F. Mayer Boot SfShoeCo. MU.WAUUZ.WISCONSIN FOR BOYS and GIRLS All Who Would Etyojr good health, with its blessings, must derstanfl, quite clearly, that it involves tbs question of right living with all the tens implies. With proper knowledge of what is best, each hour of recreation, of enjoy ment, of contemplation and of effort may be made to contribute to living aright. Then the use of medicines may be die pensed with to advantage, but under or dinary conditions in many instances • simple, wholesome remedy may be invalu ab , 0 jf takcn at tho , )ropcr time ^ u* * r California Fig Syrup Co. holds that it is alike important to present the subject ; laxative to those desiring it. | | j satisfaction. To get its beneficial effect* truthfully and to supply the one perfect Consequently, the Company's Syrup ft Figs and Elixir of Senna gives general buy the genuine, manufactured by th* California Fig Syrup Co. only, and for nl* by all leading druggists. SICK HEADACHE CARTERS I j 1 Positively cured hf these Little Pills* They also relieve Dis» tress from Dyspepsia, digestion and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect edy ior Dlsstness, Mas» sea, Drowsiness, Bal Taste In the Mouth, Coat* ed Tongne, Pain In ths _ laide, TORPID UVKK. They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable VlTTLE fllVER |^ji| 1 SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Genuine Must Gear _ Fac-Simile Signatur« REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. CARTERS COLDS CURED IN ONE DAY A & 1 Mnnyon's Cold Remedy Relieve* th* head, throat and >ungs almost Immediate ly. Checks Fevers, stops Discharge, of the nose, takes away all aches and pain* by colds. It cures Grip and ob Congbs and prevents Pneumonia. caused b stlnate Price 25c. Have you stiff or swollen joints, no rat ter how chronic? Ask your druggist fbr Munyon's Rheumatism Remedy and as* how quickly you will be cured. If you have any kidney or bladder trou ble get Munyon'a Klduey Remedy. Munyon's Vttaltser makes weak strong and restores lost power*. Live Stock and Miscellaneous Electrotypes In great variety for aale at the lowest prices by A.N.KELLOGG NEWSPAPER CO. 73 W. Adams S»^ CHICAGO of this paper de siring to buy hiog adver iruift upon having what they ask ior, refusing all substitutes or imitations. Readers filed in ils columns DR. McINTOSH celebrated NATURAL UTERINE SUPPORTER give« Immediate relief. Sold by all surgical 1 ment dealer«and loading druggist«in United A Canada. Catalog A price list «ont on arpitc THJfl HASTINGS & McINTOSH TUIJHS OO 912 Walnut Ht., Philadelphia, Pa„ manu facturera of trusse« and «ole maker« of the genuine staua oa di " MCINTOSI1 " Supporter. tartra* I States W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 6, 1909.