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FAITHFUL WIFE tv •offered Thirty Years With 8lom *oh Trouble and Hemorrhages of the Bowels. The Story of a Wonderful Recovery There Is hardly any one who does not experience some trouble with the stomach. It Is so common that we frequently pay lit tle or no attention to JL Yet, the stomach Is very -easily upset, and catarrhal Inflam mation of the mu cous lining devel ops, grows worse—tho pain and dis tress la incessant and the truth dawns that we have chronic stom ach trouble. ' The case of Mr. Louis Young. JOS Merrimao St., Rochester, N. Y„ la typical. He writes: "I suffered for thirty years with chronic bowel trouble, stomach trouble and hem orrhages of the bowels. We bought a bottle of Peruna and I took It faithfully. I began to feel better. My wife persuaded me to continue and I did for some time as directed. Now I am a well man." Mr. Young's experience is not unusual. If you suffer from catarrh In any form, whether of the head, stomach, bowels or any other part of the body, try Peruna. It may be Just what you need. Peruna comes In either liquid or tablet form and Is sold everywhere. Your dealer has It or will get It for you. Ask for Dr. Hartman's World-Famous Pe runa Tonlo and insist upon having It If you want your health accept nothing else. ( " All the sick and suffering are In vited to write The Peruna Company, Dept. 78, Columbus, Ohio, for Dr. Hartman's Health Book. The book Is free and may help you. Ask your dealer for a Peruna Almanac. that In she * Is nn all of a ed In ed Talk of Resourcefulness! Be wus discussing Australian re sourcefulness. and told how an Aus tralian and his dog were lost In the bush. They were starving. The man loved his dog too well to think .of kill ing him for food, not wishing to sur vive Ms faithful companion. At lgst he had a brilliant Idea which would serve to keep them both alive. He kindled a fire, cut off the dog's tall, cooked It, ate the meat, and gave the bone to the dog. An Easy Promise. "John," said the wife tenderly, "promise me that If I should be taken away you will never marry Nancy Tnrbok." .» •"Ortainly, »Marla," replied the hus* hand reassuringly. "I can promise you that. She refused me three times when I was a much handsomer man than I am now." The successful man' Is always busy whether he feels like it or not. Any mon con work when he feels like It. Back Lame and Achy ? There's little peace when your kid neys are weak aud while at first there may be nothing more serious than dull backache, sharp, - »tabbing pains, head aches, dizzy spells and kidney irregu larities, you must act quickly to avoid the more serious trouble, dropsy, gravel, heart disease", Bright's disease. Use Doan's Kidney Pills, the remedy that is so warmly recommended everywhere by grateful users. • i A Utah Case Jonah Mathias, re tired farmer, 2nd South and 3rd East St.. Brigham, Utah. says: "K.or & num ■her of yeâra I suf fered attacks of backache. Sometimes hard for me to get up from a chair, or_ from a stooped post-*; tion. . My . kidneys, I caused ' nift mbfe or I less trouble too. I | used Doan's Kidney srri Tills and In a few dhvs the backache l,.ft me and my kidneys became normal." . " Get Doss's at Aay Store, «Oc a Bex KIDNEY PILLS FOSTER-MILBURN CO- BUFFALO, N. Y. ijtese? lrom severe it was il.. DOAN'S Stop Losing Calves Stamp Abortion Out of YOUR HERD and Keep It Ost *' Yo ° can I of By the DR. DAVID ROBKRTB* "Anti-Abortion" 'ssasswsezz ___ T 0 f "TV fjoBrlaltot* with fall Infor* Stlonon Atartmls cKTdä. DAYS) K00UT8 «rUUNARÏ CO- menai in, WoM* Whs. W. N. U. _ Salt Lake City, No. 20-1919. THE MOST DANGEROUS OF ALL DISEASES mfeo Ug tojîSr M 10**25! X> r£d out what the troubl» 1» —with out delay. Whenever r/have'pSic in the bock, woke up at «•»ïi only half doing L J r w ork and are allowing faDpaitdea uric sad *"» «id will de they are driven from jjur system. JUST AS LAWYER FIGURED IT Legal Light Had Method of Hie Own of Aecertalnlng Age of Feminine Witness. Lou Guernsey has gone on record that be doesn't think It shonld be nec essary to establish the age of a woman witness In court. He made the state ment after pulling a boner In court the other day which has put him In bad In one Los Angeles home, at least. "What Is your age madam?" I-on asked of the matronly witness. "My age. why I've Just turned 24,*' she gurgled. "Let's see. When you turn 24 It's 42." figured Guernsey, "I thank yon. madam." "You brute." she hissed, but the jury was more appreciative.—Los An geles Times. Substitute« for Gisst. Materials of many kinds, more or less transparent, are being tried In Europe to replace window glass, which Is unobtainable. Cellulose films are mgde practical by mounting on metal gratings, light wire screen, or cloth. Glue Interlaced with hemp strands be tween two sheets of paper: albumen and casein products; sheet gelatin, and nn artificial resin made by condensing phenol with a formaldehyde solution, all are Imperfect but ready makeshifts. Mor* nearly resembling glass, but comparatively expensive, are an oxide of silica made by fusing It with acid oxides of titanium or xlrconlum. and a combination of greensand marl with magnesia, bauxite, and At alkali, melt ed ln an electric furnace. Rome of these glass substitutes nre flexible.— Popular Mechanics Magazine. Palpably False. "Paw, here's a new puzzle I heered In town," stated Coonrod, eldest son of Gap Johnson of Rumpus Ridge. "A farmer said he had thirty dogs and killed 'em all In five days, killing an odd number each day. What's the an swer?" "The farmer lied ; that's all," return ed his sire. "Ah, how do you know? Somebody must have told you." "I don't need to he told. No farmer that ever I knowed, If he had any sense, would kill any dogs a-tall, any time."—Kansas City Star. Washday In 1919. "Unusually fine dinner you have to night, my denr," said a Kansas City husband the other evening. "Yes, It's the leftovers from lunch," replied his wife. "Big lunch today? You must have Why, I thought this bad company, was—" But, you see, I "So It was, dear, had to get a big meal for the laundress anyway, so I Just fixed a little more, and had three of the club girls over." —Kansas City Star. He Thought of Father. The twilight was wistful and sad. "Listen." she said, In a tense voice. "Hear the howling of the wind among the trembling trees. See how mourn ful lies the waning light on the hills. This chilly desolation ! Oh ! does It not makè you feel that In life there Is too much of cold, too much of bleak ness?" "Well, no," he answered, candidly. "Fnther, you see. Is In the gas stove business." i He Knew Them. "I told you," said the merchant, "to mark this box 'Handle with care.' Whnt's this gibberish you've scrawled on It?" "That," replied the college graduate, "Is the Latin for 'Hnndle with care.' " "Huh ! How do you expect a bag gageman to understand that?" "He won't, and therefore he won't get mad and smash the box."—Boston Transcript Could Not Resist His Appeal. "No, Mr. Smith," she said, gently but firmly, "I can never be your wife." Then he struggled to his feet and said In broken tones: "Are all my hopes to be thus dashed to pieces? Am I never to he known ns the husband of the beautiful Mrs. Smith?" This was too much for the fclrl, and she succumbed. Just Beginning. ' Mrs. Flnebred—"Is yours nn old family, Mr. Newpop?" Mr. Newpop— "Mercy, no I We've been married only a year." The Beginning ef Economy. Husband—We'll have to economize, dear. Wife—Well, let's smoke less. The same hammer that breaks a piece of Iron In two can be used to weld two pieces of iron into one. Get some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem OU Oepsales at once. They are an old. tried preparation used all over the for centuries. They contain only old-fashioned, soothing oils combined with strength-giving and syst em ri aa i »• ing herbs, well known and used by phy sicians in their doily practice. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem OU Capsules are im ported direct from the laboratories in They ore convenient to taka. give prompt relief or be refunded. Ask for and will either thorn at any drug store, but bo narn ta get the original imported GOLD IDAHO STATE HEWS Fruit in the Roswell vicinity I me been heavily injured by frost. The Twin Fall» dehnte team con tinued iu its habit of defeating Boise as the annual debate held iu Boise last week. More than 100 firemen from forty towns In Idaho will assemble In Boise June ik 7. t.nd 8 for their thin! annual convention. Thomas Poole of Nampa was elected president and C. O. Ballou of Bo|se secretary of the pharmacists examin ing board. Edna West, a waitress at u Boise restaurant, attempted suicide, taking what tuay prove a fatal dose of bi chloride of mercury. Plans have been prepan-d for a new Catholic church and school building at Idaho Falls, the cost of which will be about $30,000. Work will begin at once. Albert H. Wilson, adjutant general for Idaho, was elected vice president of the national guard association at the convention of that organization In SL I-outs. More than 500 cattle and many sheep have been loaded and shipped front Horseshoe Bend to the summer range In Long and Bear valleys witlilu the last month. The recent frosts have greatly In jured the fruit Iu the Emmett section. Most of the fruit in the valley and on the bench Is killed. On the slope the fruit is still safe. llarry Summers, of Miirtuugh, la suffering from a crushed kuee, re suiting from a "V" falling on him while he was working In a ditch near Murtnugh. The Injury Is a serlou# one. According to a ruling by I>ean Dris coll, first assistant attorney general, the doctrine of Independent contrac tors is applicable to the provisions of the Idaho workmen's compensation act. The number of cattle and sheep on the range Is being Increased rapidly. Range lambing Is In full swing in Clnrk county and there was some loss of young lambs due to the recent cold storms. The baby daughter of Mr. und Mrs. D. H. I'off. was Instuntly killed at Nampa when she was struck by a freight car which wus being pushed abeud of un engine. She had strayed Into the railway yards unobserved. At the election held at Iduho Falls on the proposition to Issue $25,000 In bonds for the purpose of making Im provements In the city water and llglU plant, only 07 votes were cast, result was 04 for the bonds und 3 against.- .-».<• •— ... — The two Chinese, Doug Sing and Low Ming, who have been In the coun ty Jnll at Boise fbr nearly two years pending an appeal of their case to the supreme court,- are busy making tlielr annual spring garden at the county court liotise. Because of an unusual Influx of early tourists, the work on the Im provements at Lava Hot Springs will be rushed to completion with nil pos sible expedition, according to an an nouncement made by the commissioner of public welfure. l'ust.ires and meadows are generally Still in good condition, hut they begin to need rain and the cold weather does not promote rapid growth. In many localities alfalfa wus nipped by frost. Grass on the range Is improving and now supplies good forage. Ada county's new commissioners made a discovery the other day which will add to the coffers of the county treusury. They found that five ferries were operating on the south side of the Snake river, which had not taken ou i licenses for five years. The Ada county commissioners have recently purchased a fine new car of high speed for the 'sheriff's depart ment and the state constabulary, a $3000 cur, of the highest s|>eed to lie had outside of racers, for the purjMisc of aiding in running down law break ers. The I It Is " get and Better working conditions for the firemen of Pocatello have been pro vided for by the chief, and two shifts have been Inaugurated Instead of con tinuous service an heretofore, hour* of duty of the shifts will be 0 p. m. to 8 a. in. and from H a. m. to « p. m. The Elks' club will open a first class cafe In Its club building at Po catello. The matter of a cafe has long been under discussion by Hie lodge, and some time .go « *|ieclal commit tee was selected to gather data on the »roject and also get estimates on fur niture and fixtures suitable for In tallatlon In the temple. Vice President O. O. Haga of the Idaho Iteelainatioii association, who has Just returned from Washington, says that the people of the west, and particularly those Interested In obtain ing appropriations of reclamation work, roust speed up organization anti be prepared to present the Just claims of the west when congress convenes. Formal request will lie made through Idaho congressmen at Wash ington for sn additional appropriation of $45.000 to balanc. '.he state funds authorized for co-operative protective measure* by the government and state of a geological survey and water meas urements. Boise has inaugurated Its new mayor, Ernest G. Eagleson, and three council men recently elected. E. M. Hoover. Burney Aveline and Edward Hmlth. One of the first moves by the admin istration that bas come Into power eras to shake up the police deportment The old a to A FeeUng ef Wity Toe naturally frei Hier« when yen know that the medicine you err about to take ia abeclutely pure and conta me no harmful or habit pr-oducia* drug«. Such a medicine ia T>r. Kilmer's Swamp Root. kidney, liver and bladder remedy. The tame standard of punty, strength and excellence is maintained in every bottle of Swamp-Root. It is soient ideally compounded from vegetable herbs. It is not a stimulant and ia taken in teaspoonful doses. It is not reentamettded for every thing. It ia nature's great helper in relieving and overcoming kidney, liver and blad der troubles. A sworn statement of purity ia with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer'a Swamp Root . If you need a medicine, you should hare the best. On sale at all drug stores in bottles of two sixes, medium and Urge. However, if you wish first to try this rest preparation sand ten rents Dr. tilmrr k On., Binghamton, N. Y.. for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention thik paper.—Adv. Great 8cott. An Indianapolis woman had her first experience with a garden last year. She spaded the plot harself and then planted her seed*. Everything came up fairly well In due time except the potatoes, anil they didn't come at all. In desperation she went to a friend. To her she told of her failure to grow po tatoes. "I bought such nice, smooth ones," she ended her plaint, "snd I peeled them as nice as I could." "Peeled them !" ejaculated the friend. "Yes," agreed the amateur gardener. "I iieelcd them aa nicely as I could und cut out nil the specs Just as If I were going to cook them. I did hate to put those great white heauttee In the ground hut I did and they didn't come up, and -" "Great Scott !" ejaculated the friend. And that was all. Rejects Title of "Hen." "I received a compliment yesterday fot which I did not thank the giver," grumbled old Featua Pester. "A total stranger wrote me a letter and ml dresaed me as "the Hon." "I do not know why he should have applied lliat epithet to me. unless It was because he did not know me. I feel Bafe In saying that even my ene mies would not charge me with hav ing many of the characteristics of an Hon. "I am not a fawning, smirking blath erskite. too lazy to work, nor am I a liar and dead heat. It may lie Hint I have one attribute of nn Hon.— very likely I am a bore, but beyond that I am not guilty."—Kansas City Star. He Loved the Khaki. The oflloer father had Just been mus tered out and when he appeured In "civvies" Ills elghteen-montlis-nld son failed to recognize him. In khaki had the father first been Introduced to the baby and the haby refused to acknowl edge the acquaintance Iu other dress. "Papa all gone !" he cried sndly. over and over again—and when the pnrent Insisted—"No! No!" declared the baby, "papa all gone !" "At least he's not a pacifist," was the father's con soling remark. Quite Unlike. "Tlint fellow Bentein Is a sponge." You "Don't libel n useful article, couldn't get anything Imck from llcat eni by squeezing him."—Boston Eve ning Trunscrlpt. You will not do enough If you do uot try to do more than enough. Betty Said She Could Bake "I knew she never had baked a cake and I was doubtful. But I told her , to go ahead. "She got my treasured Royal Cook Book, my can of Royal Baking Pow der and all the fixings—-and sailed in. "Honestly, it was the best cake we ever had, and now I believe anyone who tries can bake anything with Royal Baking Powder Absolutely run Made from Cream of Tartar derived from crapes Royal Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Teste The Royal Cook Book, oontsintm orcr 500 rodpoa for all kinds of coo ker y, cdM fra«. Write for • copy to NewYork /! V 'V vV . W>*à • » «5^ The Flow of Meat Two-thirda of tho live stock in the United States has to be raised in the West. One-half of the consumers of meat live in the Bast. In other words, most of the liver stock is one or two thousand miles distant from most of the people who need it in the form of food. Fifty years ago, when live stock was raised close to every consuming cen ter, the country butcher could handle the job after a fashion. But the job got too big. Now millions of animals have to be moved hundreds of miles to millions of people. Somewhere on the way they have to be turned into meat. The packers solved the problem. They set up plants where the "live haul" and the "meat haul" were in the right balance. They built up distributing systems—refrigerator cars, refrigerating plants, branch houses. They saved time, money and meat everywhere. The stockraiser bene fited in better markets and higher prices; the consumer, in better meat and lower prices. As the country grew, the packers had to grow, or break down. Because of its present size and efficiency, Swift & Company is able to perform its part in this service at a fraction of a cent per pound profit Swift & Company, U. S. A. Vain Escape. "I am not rich enough to give you a large contribution to thla cause." "That Is a potw eiruae." Slender Return*. "Did you nils*- anything oa y oar promlso lo pity?" "Oh, yes; 1 raised ■ smite."