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A CURE FOR FITS.
The Treatment Is to Accomplish What Science Has Been Strug gling to Attain for Centuries. Tin- intense interest that hits been muni -tested throughout the country by the won derful eures that are being accomplished daily by epileptieide still continues. It is really surprising tin* vast number of peo ple who have already been cured of fits and nervousness. Tn order that everybody may have a chance to test the medicine, large trial bottles, valuable literature. His tory of Kpilepsy and testimonials, will be sent by mail absolutely free to all who write to the Dr. May, Laboratory, 648 Pearl Street. New Yurk City. The Great Necessity. She laid down lier Kiiskin wearily. ■'It says here," she mused, "that Impn should resemble a river.' I won •4*r what -that means. Do you know, 4*ar?" / , Dear looked up from a batch of bills ■ ■•Sure 4 T'4hC'_l»^[1growled. "It means that you don't amount to shucks these days unless you own a_ couple of banks.'' Coaxing the Brute. Eve had given Adam the apple. "I suppose," she mused as she con structed the fig leaf suit, "after this I'll always hate to feed him to get a new dress." Subsequent developments confirmed her feats. Uae Alien's Foot-Ease. only relief for Swollen Smart ing. Tired, Aching, Hot, Sweating Feet, Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's Foot Ease, a powder to he shaken Into the shoes. Cures while you walk. At all Drug gists and Shoe Stores, 25c. Don't accept any substitute. Sample sent FREE. Ad dress, Alien S. Olmsted, Leitoy, N. Y. It is the Two of a Kind. "Yes," said the farmer, "I get my living from the soil." "Same here," rejoined tjie washlady. ANOTHER WOMAN CURED By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Gardiner, Maine.—" I have been a great sufferer from organic troubles auda severe female weakness, doctor said I would have to go to the hospital for an operation, but I could not bear to think of it. 1 de cided to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound and Sanative Wash —and was entirely cured after three months' use of them."—Mrs. S. A. Williams, It. F. D. No. 14, Box 39, Gardiner, Me. No woman should submit to a surgi cal operation, which may mean death, until she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made exclusive ly from roots aud herbs, a fair trial. This famous medicine for women has for thirty years proved to be the most valuable tonic and renewer of the female organism. Women resid «V iu almost every city and town in the United States hear willing testi viriue of Lydia Compound. cures female ills, and cr e a t es radi ant, buoyant female health. If you are 111, for your own sake as well as those you love, give it a trial. - « Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass., Invites all sick women to write her for advice. Her advice is free, and always helpful. 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(-»tains, pried I Ist und p»rtii:ulars mailed a*i.i'»s<'o., applies 1 1 on. NORTHWEST NOTES! President Taft, has sent to the sen ate the nomination of Harry J. Hum phreys -of Nevada to be United States marshal for that state. Disastrous floods threaten the farms In Beaver Head Valley in Montana, as the result of the rapidly melting snow in the mountains. The Beaver Head river is runuig bank full. The Montana State Sunday school association met in Helena on May 14, In the nineteenth annual convention, with a large attendance of delegates from every section of the common wealth. Fire at the large stock farm of Jo seph M. Malin, near Logan, Mont., caused a loss of $8,000, with no in surance, All the farm buildings,'with the exception of Malins residence, were destroyed. Thirty persons were Injured, many seriously, when a section of the rail ing in the east balcony at the new state armory in Seattle gave way during the Indoor track meet of the Beattie Athletic club. Senator Nixon of Nevada has intro duced a bill in congress authorizing an appropriation of $100,000 for the irection of a monument to the late Senator William M. Stewart in Chevi ;hase Circle, a suburb of Washington. Montana is to have a new railroad, according to articles of incorporation filed with the secretary of state. It is to be known as the Montana-Idaho & Pacific, and will run from I^apwul Junction to Butte, a distance of 350 miles. Organized opposition to any reduc tion in the duty on sugar is the ob ject of the movement, started last week at Colorado Springs by beet growers, sugar factory men and busi ness men of the city and southern Colorado. W. E. Dauchy, for the past three years in charge of the construction of the Pacific coast extension of the Mil waukee railway west of Butte, has resigned and entered into a partner ship with a railro-ad contracting firm in the east. James A. Dawson, night watchman for a mill company at Three l-akes, a small town near Everett, Wash., shot and killed his wife and 14-year-old daughter and then killed himself. The younger children in the house at the time were unharmed. Unless President Taft's plans are changed, his trip to Alaska will not take him into the interior. As now contemplated the president's tom will lie arranged to enable him to visit all the towns in southwestern Alaska, including Sitka. H. J. Keeley, the Northern Pacific train dispatcher who last March was convicted in the district court of Sanders coulity, Montana, on a charge of manslaughter in connection with a wreck near Perma station last fall, has been granted a pardon. ojhn Cicora, president of the Maz zonia society, one of tha richest Ital ian residents of Seattle, was shot by Joe Mazeroa, an Italian baker, on May 7, in the very heart of the city. Ci eoria will probably survive. Mazeroa Immediately surrendered. Mrs. George C. Ellison pf Seattle, who came to Denver to try to effect a reconciliation with ner husband, wh«) had instituted suit for divorce, was found dead May 7 in her room. A rubber lube attached to an open gas jet was in her mouth. The Municipal Clean Government league won a great victory over the rambling and saloon interests at iteno, Nevada, last week, by electing tfiree out of four councilmen and thus S ecuring control of the city council for the coming two years. At a meeting of the Seattle Res taurant. Keepers' association last week, a pledge was given to I. A. Na deau. director general of the Alaska Yukon-Pacific exposition, that prices would not be raised above the pres ent standard during the exposition. The will of former United States Senator William M. Stewart of Ne vada was filed for probate May 6. It discloses that he owned no real estate and his personal property did not exceed $1,500 in value. This amount is devised to his widow. Mr. Stewart's debts are said to aggregate $25,000. Wool prices throughout Wyoming continue w-ell up, few sales having heen reported at less than 20 cents [K-r pound. The reason for the mark ed increase in prices over those ob tainable last year, the flockmasters selieve, is largely due to the organiza tion of the Chicago co-operative wool warehouse. An explosion of dynamite complete ly demolished a steam shovel working at. Tyler's ranch, thirty miles east of Missoula. Mont., on the Northern Pa nifie railroad. The cranesman, of the steam shovel and helpers were in Itantly killed. Three laborers are seriously Injured and several received minor Injuries. I .ou is Ferris, charged with having lyntmited a Northern Paciilr (rain st Butte in April. 1908, appeared in court May 6 for a second trial, having been acquitted on the fireft murder charge. The case will be begun May Three men were killed in the 17. wreck, Colonel W. H Boule, 1he aged 'con stable of Lima, Mont., who was charg ed with murder for the killing of Tony Ennis, an alleged tough charac ter, at Lima, last November, has been discharged from custody, every wit ness for the prosecution having left the county. John (oPsey) Ryan, the pioneer In dian fighter who shot his wife and her daughter, Mrs. Nellie Behan, at Cheyenne, Mardi 14. is to be the first defendant placed on trial during the June term of the district court. He will go on trial first for the murder of Mrs. Behan. NEWS SUMMARY Dispatches from Teheran say that (he Shah of Persia has accepted the project for reforms advanced by Great Dritain and Russia. Schuller Holly was instantly killed at LogansporL. Ind., by a trap he had prepared to kill a thief that had been raiding his chicken house. Missouri will likely haae a chance to vote on state-wide prohibition. The senate has passed the prohibition con stitutional amendment, which already had passed the house. A tornado struck Kentuckytown, Texas, May 5. The Baptist church and school house were destroyed and other property damaged. No casual ties have been reported. Buenos Ayres is still in the grip strike inaugurated as a of the protest against the action of the au thorities in firing upon a crowd of demonstrators on May day. The entire yellow pine lumber schedule of rates west of the Missis sippi river is involved in a complaint of excessive rates filed with the inter state commerce commission. Judge H. H. Willis, in delivering a charge to a jury at New Martlnville, W. Va., Instructed them to indict all church workers who obtain * money through the medium of raffles. The Chinese government has invit ed Sir Robert Hurt, former director general of Chinese customs, to return to China. Sir Robert has reached no decision regarding the invitation. According to a report received in New Orleans, the Honduran govern ment has taken back the Inter Oceanic railroad, the transfer having been made by the Valentine syndi cate about May 1. Governor Hughes, of New York, has signed a hill aimed at Immoral plays. The new law makes it a misdemeanor to advertise or present any obscene, immoral or impure drama, play, exhi bition, show or entertainment. M. Forsinetti, the military governor of Monaco, died May G. He was com mandant of the Cherche Mtdip prison at the time of the incarceration of Major Dreyfus, but lost that positon because he gave testimony favorable to Dreyfus. More than $300,000 is given to char ity in the will of Otho S. A. Sprague, late president of the Sprague-Wamer company, of Chicago, who died in Pasadena, Cal., February 20. The rest of the estate, valued at $3,500,000, is left to his children. During April seventy-seven new cases of bubonic plage were reported in Guayquil, Ecuador, with twenty three deaths. During the same pe riod there were seventy-five new cases of yellow fever, of which sev enty-two cases were fatal. William F. Eberhard, a wealthy plantation owner and Memphis mer chant, his sister-in-law, Mrs. B. Chiles, and her daughter, Virginia Chiles, were drowned while crossing the Mississippi river near Pecan Point, Ark., in a small craft. Camille Guyot. de Villeneuve, a mem ber ot the French chamber of deputies, who was prominent in the Dreyfus af fair, died May 4. In 1905 he made sensational revelations in the chamber concerning a system of secret reports on army officers by Masonic lodges. Believing that kidnapers killed sev en-year-olil Antonio Malfetti, and threw his body into the East river on discovering that no reward would be paid for his recovery, the Brooklyn police have arrested two men on sus picion. Antonio disappeared March 14. Francis L. Wellman, the noted cross-examiner and authority of court procedure, declared in a speech to the Catholic club, in New York City, that perjury is increasing to an alarm ing extent. "There is scarcely a trial where it does not appear," lie said. The situation in Central America appears to be getting more complicat ed every day, judging from the news that comes slowly into Panama. Trav elers say Nicaragua, in spite of the vigilance of the American warships, is trying to invade Salvador by way of Honduras. Fred D. Warren, business manager of the Appeal to Reason, a Socialist publication, charged by the govern ment with sending scurrilous and de famatory matter through the malls, was found guilty by a jury In the fed eral court at Fort Scott, Kans. An ap peal will be taken. Fourteen thousand acres of land in one of the richest reclamations of the San Joaquin valley of California, the principal crop of which is barley, were flooded last week. The loss will approximate $200,000. It is believed that the flood was due to gopher holes in the levee. The police of Paris last week found a ragged starving Italian boy on a bench in the boulevard. Through an interpreter be said all of his friends had perished in the earthquake at Messina, and that he had made his way afoot to Paris in the hope of earning his living. The situation at Suadia, where a number of Armenians have been mas sacred, has been relieved as a result, of the presence and exertions of the captain of l he British battleship Tri umph and the British consul at Alex andretta, who went down the coast on board the Triumph. An average of 83.5 per cent for win ter wheat and 88.1 for rye on May 1 last, against a ten-year average on that date of 8G and 89.1 respectively, is announced In the crop report of the department of agriculture. Area of winter wheat to be harvested about 27, 871.000 acres. Lieutenant Commander Belknap, American naval attache at Rome, has turned over lo the prefect at Messini 400 American wooden houses to be used to shelter sufferers from the earthquake of last December. The attache expects that 2,300 house« will be completed by June 7 F. was AN INTERESTING PAINT TEST There Is a very simple and interest Ins chemical test by which to detect materials. Thou over impurity in paint sands and thousands of people, all the country, are making this test, is a sure wav to the many adulterated which are on the market. It safeguard against white leads Any one can make the test—all that is needed is a simple little instrument which may be had free by writing National Lead Company, 1002 Trinity Building, New York, and asking for House owner's Painting Outfit No. 40. The outfit includes also a set of color schemes for exterior or interior paint ing, or both, if you wish, and a book | specifications. ot No houseowner make any arrangements for painting till he gets this outfit. One can't expect a satisfactory paint ing job without pure white lead. There i is a way to make sure you're getting a pure white lead—without testing it. See that the keg bears National I^ead Com pany's famous Dutch Boy Painter trade mark, which is a positive guarantee of Your dealer probably has If not let National should I purity, this white lead. Lead Company know. KNEW HIS SON. Prodigal Son—Father, I have re turned! Father—Yes, gol dem ye. I thought you'd show up about the time the pret ty summer boarders began to arrive at the farm! ECZEMA COVERED HIM. Itching Torture Was Beyond Word*— Slept Only from Sheer Exhaustion —Relieved in 24 Hours and Cured by Cuticura In a Month. "I am seventy-seven years old, and some years ago I was taken with ec- ! zerua from head to foot. I was sick 1 for six months and what I suffered ! tongue could not tell. I could not j sleep day or night because of that dreadful itching; when I did sleep it was from sheer exhaustion. I was one mass of irritation; i( was even in my scalp. The doctor's medicine seemed to make me worse and I was almost out of my mind. I got a Bet of the Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Resolvent. I used them persistently for twenty-four hours. That night I slept like an infant, the first solid night's sleep I had had for six months. In a month I was cured. W. Harrison Smith, Mt. Kisco, N. Y„ Feb. 3, 1908." Potter Drug Sc Chinn. Corp., Hole Props., Boston, j Work of Fish Hatcheries. As the result of special efforts in the hafehery work during the year the output of, fish and eggs in 1908 was greater than ev p before in the history of the national bureau, reaching a to tal of 2,871,456,280. Of this number 2,413,809,225 were young fish distrib uted for the stocking and restocking of public and private wwters, and the remaining 457,647,055 were eggs de livered to state and foreign hatcheries. I The output of young fish exceeds tha ! greatest previous record for any one year by 376,000,000. Eyes Are Relieved By Murine when Irritated by Chalk Dust anil Eye Strain, incident to the average School Hoorn. A recent Census of New York City reveals the fact that in that City alone 17,928 School Children needed Eye Care. Why not try Murine Eye Remedy for Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes, Granulation, Pink Eye anil Eye Strain? Murine Doesn't Smart; Soothes Eye Pain. Is Compounded by Experienced Physi cians; Contains no Injurious or Prohibit SLSïïPv Try ™,^ u . r !r e for Your Bye Troubles. You Will Like Murine. Trv It I in Baby's Ryes for Scaly Kycllds. Drug glsls Sell Murine at 50c. The Murine Eye Remedy Co.. Chicago, Will Send You In- 1 teresting Eye Books Free. Cow Never Said a Word ! When one of the tenders of (he City j railway cars picked up a young heifer ! at the corner of Third and Jersey streets the conductor filled out the re quired report blank (o Superintendent Edward Howell. % answer to the question; "What did the victim say?" the employe wrote: 'She was car- | ried along on the fender for a short distance, then rolled off and ran away without saying a wor.d."—Dayton Co lumbus Dispatch. State or Ohio Citt Luca» County. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney * Co., doing business in the City of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the Hall's Catarrh Cure. Toledo, » r ss - PRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D., 1886. A. W. GLEASON. Notary Public. 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