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o \ k. VedlLoaf \ \ y A ïîî "X, e; * \ N ■ 7 A »J y'.v VÄ U \ « w. Ac Choice bits of veal, creamery butter and fresh *ggs combine with other tempting ingrédients to give Libby's Veal Loaf its delicate, appetizing flavor. Order a package from your grocer today. i y Libby, MÇNeill & Libby, Chicago I Enemies Now. Mrs. Slush—I don't believe Miss Chatz is a true friend of yours. Mrs. Mush—Why? Mrs. Slush—She tried to get me to say something about you. She pressed me to tell my reul opinion of you— but not I ! Doysami(iiiis4J j/leartiieSKliiJ; ' f™(Mcura% U/_ Dt»i^ W0etMtT.lfZ5t .Mck \)\ V SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF For 200 years GOLD MEDAL Haar lem OU baa enabled suffering human ity to withstand attacks of kidney, liver, bladder and stomach troubles and aU diseases connected with the urinary organs, and to build up and restore to health organs weakened by disease. These most important organs must be watched, because they filter and purify the blood: unless they do their work you are doomed. Weariness, sleeplessness, nervous ness, deepondenoy, backache, stomach trouble, pains in the loins and lower abdomen, gravel, rheumatism, sciatica and lumbago all warn you of trouble with your kidneys. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem OU Capsules are the remedy BLIND MAN POULTRY FANCIER Missourian Has Made Success of the Work, Despite Handicap Wrich Would Seem Insurmountable. Blind Edward Jones of Jefferson City, Mo., has made a record In keep ing poultry which many who have eyes have not equaled. Moving among his birds, which seem to understand how he Is hnndlcnpped, and guided only by his sense of touch, he per forms his dally work. He has built his own poultry house and brood coops, and has hatched and raised all his chicks. Blindness does not pre vent him from culling his flock. The birds not Intended to be kept are mar keted as broilers, ond the others are kept for the production of winter eggs. Mr. Jones attended every poultry meeting held In his section last fall. He Is now trying to organize a poultry club for blind people, and the home demonstration agent In the county has volunteered to read to the mem bers the publications on poultry sent from the United States department of agriculture. Nonexistent. 'What's your notion of an Ideal hus band? "A man who lets his wife have the last word In hats, gowns and argu ments.' Now's The Time to enjoy that »drink of all table drinks. The Original Postum cereal An invigorating cop of rich, snappy flavor, full-bodied and delicious to the taste. The very thing to add to your solid table enjoyment, for it is part of the meal—not merely something to drink with it Postum is boiled just like coffee (full 15 minutes after boiling gins), but unlike coffee it is pure and drug-free. Coffee drinking usually upsets nerves, stomach and heart Postum contains nothing be harmful. Jit Grocers — Two Sizes — Usually sold at 15c and 25c j you need. Take three or four every day, The healing oil aoaks into the celle and lining of the kidneys and drives out the poisons. New life and health will surely foUow. When your normal vigor has been restored continue treatment for a while to keep yourself In condi tion and prevent a return of the hi«. ease. Don t wait until you are incapable of fighting. Start taking GOLD Vf ton AT. Haarlem Oil Capsules today. Tour druggist will cheerfully refund your money if you are not satisfied with results. But be sure to get the original imported GOLD MEDAL and accept no substitutes. In three sises. Sealed packages. At aU drug stores. The Pleasures of Travel. "Wn-nl-p'tu—no," said the ancient Arkansawyer, "I haln't never did much of what you'd call traveling. I was 97 years old last grass ; born nnd raised right here ln Shagbark township, and hain't been outside of the county but once. That wns when I was about 3C years old. I went over to Torpldvllle, and they Just, nncher'ly took and start ed to lynch me the minute I got to town, for something or nuther, I never did find out what. One foot wns al ready In the air and the other barely touching the ground when some feller came running and hollered that they were making a mistake—I wasn't the guilty party u-tnll. As soon as they turned ine liose I lit out for home as the crow flies, and I haln't done no traveling to speak of since. I always flggered that on the next occuslon the feller that knowed It was a mistake might not get there In time to do me any good."—Judge. The Result. "The police suspected a blind tiger In the building, so they raided a sus picions photograph gallery." "Ah! a case of arrested develop ment. Quite Acceptable. "This star says she cannot bear any thing gross to come near her." "She does, does she? How about the gross receipts?" ! IDAHO STATE NEWS Four new livestock barns, costing $5400, and 200 feet of bleachers cost ing $2000, will be built at the state fair grounds. June 11 has been named as com mencement day for Gooding college, ; aud the summer school will begin thl following Monday. In Madison couuty efforts are being made to get the minimum for all teachers in both rural aud town schools fixes! at $100 a month. Saving $1000 monthly in one state department is among the first fruits of the cabinet form of state govern ment recently launched in Idaho. Caldwell citizens approved the bond issue for paving 33 blocks of more frequented residential district streets, by a vote of 520 for the issue and an opposing vote of 130. At a rodent control demonstration conducted on n farm at Melba by \V. K. Crouch, state rodent control expert, practically every squirrel on the place succumbed to the poisoned oats. A clubhouse of big proportions is the plan of Individuals residing In the towns of the south fork of the Snake river. The plan Is to establish a sum mer camp either on the south fork or nt the Palisade lakes. E. II. Hitchcock, extension soil spe cialist, who recently planted 200 young prune and apple trees on the state experiment farm at Caldwell, lias fenced rabbits away front the trees by enclosing each with a piece of fly screen. A rousing welcome was given to four overseas heroes who arrived ' mon last week, returning after nearly eighteen months of service in France, where they gave a good account of themselves in numerous strenuous campaigns. Salaries paid teachers In the public schools of Idaho nre being Increased, according to Miss Ethel E. Kedfield, state superintendent of public Instruc tion. who Is compiling data showing how much, each town and county pays for Instructors. That the Caldwell Traction company has not provided sufficient trackage at Wilder and Greenlenf for the accomo dation of the enormous crops which will be produced in that section this fall, was the subject of a complaint filed last week. Means of saving the hass which are being lost each year In the meadows of Washington below Hauser lake In Idaho, are being sought by Otto M. Jones, stute game warden, who met officials of the Washington state game department In conference last week. Because of congested condition of the Nninpu schools during the present year and a probable increase in the number of children who are enrolled In the graded buildings, the Nampa school board tins authorized tin* con struction of three temporary frame buildings. The Idaho delegation whleli attended the St. Louis caucus of the American Legion, at which was represented every state and territory, has announced that, pursuant t al chairman, II. 11. Llndsley, convention for Idaho will be held ut Boise (ni .»une 25. Preliminary steps have been taken at Blackfoot toward the biggest single public Improvement undertaken by that city In several years. It Is the crea tion of an improvement district by which about sixty-five blocks of city streets will be paved at an estimated cost of $150,000. At a recent meeting of the city coun cil measures were adopted to remodel the Nampa fire department station and make It modern. The building was constructed for the days when horses were used with the depart ment «ntl has never been remodeled to Meet tlie gasoline equipment leqiilrnieiitv. The attorney general of Idaho has Interpreted the law passed liy the last legislature, appropriating $1000 to each comity in the stute for tin.* erection of a soldier's memorial, to mean that the memorial must he uniform in every county, according to the design devised by the commission provided by the act. ut Sul authority from the imtlAii hc state Announcement has been made by the officials of the Wilson Orchard com pany, trees on Eagle Heights north of Nam pa. of their Intention to greatly in crease the packing and storage facili ties of their plant to handle the list per ceDt fruit crop which the tract will produce thin season. While the Idaho fight against In creasing the differential was ful, Lite efforts to retuiri the southern markets to Idaho shippers is not tirely won. for the railroad administra tion purposes to Increase the rates potatoes, us well as other commodities, and the shipper* and commission are bitterly opismed to the act. who own 470 acres of young »UCfefiH en on An Increase <>f OO cents a day. from became effective in $4.25 to $4.76, mines of the Coeur d'Alenes district on May 20. according to bulletins post ed in the principal mines. The Oregon Short Line has inaugu rated mixed train service on the Yel lowstone branch, and the schedule In cludes a mixed passenger and freight train each Sunday until June 15. when the regular Salt special will be put on. That Inmates of the Idaho peniten tiary should he given greater consi<> eratlon and extended a helping hand rather than condemned at every turn, is the opinion of Judge Charles l*. Mc Carthy of the Third judicial district court, as expressed in an address given at Boise lest Art. I atke-Yellowstone m 1 •'Vi iiWj # / r 4 50 i'c 0 MËffT/g W sX Guaranteed bv ) c/2 I N C OnaORATCO — 'DULL" Durham cigarettes; you roll them yourself from genuine "Bull'* Durham tobacco; fifty from one bag. Fifty-thrifty cigarettes that cost you least, and please you most. No machine can even dupli cate your Durham tobacco. Good old reliable "Bull". Always genuine; since 1865 he's been everyone's friend. u \ ft • A rolled from genuine *» Bull «I own GENUINE AA BullDurham TOBACCO Tea pipe laekerei eaia e little •'BULL" DURHAM wltk year lever itetekeeee. It'* like soger is your eaffee. / rjjK' m IS s s 7 10c I i'rudence Is the wing plu< kt-d from some past folly. II You Need a Medicine You Should Have the Best Have yon ever stopped to reason why it is that tenwvrly advertised, *11 at oner drop out many producta that are r* of tight and are soon forgotten' Thr reason is plain—the article did not fulfill the promises of the manufacturer Ties applies more partsenlsrly to a medicine. A medicinal preparation that ha. re,, curative value almost sells itself, as Ilka on endlesa chain system the remedy is recommended by those who have been benefited, to those who are in need oi it. A prominent druggist says "Take for example Dr. Kilmer's HwampRoot. a preparation I have sold for many yeara and never hesitate to recommend, for in almost every ease it shows excellent re suits, as many of asy customers testify. No other kidney rrmndy bas so Urge a aale." According to sworn statements and verified testimony of thousand* who have need the preparation, the sucesae of Dr Kilmer's flwamp-Root is due to the fact, •o many people claim, that it fulfills al most every wish in overcoming kidney, liver and bladder ailments; correct» uri nary troubles and neutralizes the uric acid which causes rheumatism. . You may receive a sample bottle of Swamp-Root by Parrels Post. Address Dr. Kilmer A Co., Binghamton. N. Y., ind enclose ten rents; also mention this ha per. I -arge and medium ail# bottles for aale at aU drug stores—Adv. The comforter'* head never ache*.— "tgllan Proverb. When Your Eves Need Cart „ Tr» Marine Eve Remedy "J** 5 wT*b. 0 Tr , YL. VTSX MtrmuiB eix EDUUI COaCUlCAWO Warbler* AM Kinds Not diking lut» account the human being» wh» nre so met line* referred to ns warbler* Into the bird bonk that there kinds you will find on looking are many of warblers dinging alphabet j Ically all the way from bay-brcusled warblers to yellow-romped warblers. | suys the American Forestry a« tint), Washington, which Is rlio Uidtn t lug tin* national bird house building contest. If you boil a collection of i i them all together they would take In j „(„.ul nil the colors of the rainbow 1 ' . .. ;>* »**-tl.wt, black, w hit,., j kr»>. brown and other colora j ■'••b numerous ahndca entering Ini their ton ml ful pltirnugr _ . , Dubious Indignation A« American motorist, stop,s-d by u Scotch constable for speeding hint - e.| hr. mi] I y that he might is, y t„ to |^, ...... ' "»hat. *!r!" cried the "Thtr ye suggest that I hrltie? Dae ye dared "Oh. o countable, wit] take a isswull me, sir'' excuse me." said the Atnerl- ! •T really-" ran. "But, now." put in the constable, "supposin' I was that kin' >' a man how much »Id ye be Inclined to gle?" Bogle. "What's bogle nt your golf rltlbV' j "The dues."—Boston Evening Traft- > script. . NEW SOUTH WALES Information bureau ■Sf» »«• Off ' «. B AU S T R A L I A i Of Course. "Ilere In a speaking likeness of Kwh." T*"*** It speak In »reachr—Bo» ton Transcript. j | BRACE UP! Tbs man or woman wnb wank kid tiey* is half crippled A lame, toff Iwrk. with its constant, dull acht and sharp, shouting twin«*«, makes the sim plest task a burden Headaches, dizzy apelie, urinary disorder# sad an "ail Worn out" feeling are daily »ouvras of dial rasa Jhm't naglect kidney weak *>•— #nd riak gravel, dropsy or Bright's disease. Gel s ho I o| Js^n'e Kidney l'dla today. They have helped people the work] over. i j 1 - An Idaho Cam Mrs J W Wahster. •U«. Fight h at Lewie ton liiel.o, had trois «la kidneys, nt a dropsical nature Mornings mv Re A r h-.nds » 1 rs swollen toidly I rots id hardly rio»« them and my oyMI feet wer« swollen, too. V *»4 Tie tic*l> o>.<lev my L lI t *>*» waa potted up and piffY ooyln* • 'Tl K kidney *<Vt M 1 TJ& MM *'I from my ft a ! I find other an symptom* of ' r.pUlnl I - doey pitta •y> 4 they fUfful mm u p K la good a hap*. flafcsgi a $ap l aw DOAN'S j > BIDNBT RILLS •U y . ■- -.»-i *S Af*K ou. ULUIL nah, ** Twwurrv rtri nh.u*» SO* tat* will be ike Mas.a, , rta|4 hBewa A. ... walk, Sme ll •f •*"••• *ft*v«aee* tr*me*4.,-Miy ■»I MWM »»aeat lea. r«v« ts.i.tjrSs theosaan. .f 4« I Ur. per sar. Mm».«, wsw ever nUrht u Vas <W! a -« tmnwlui.tv lot i a I o I *w V llnoa'.An SI Kl w.rlh. Tet. ■ i T •$•« Mât r*«r B.«» Ptm Mf. N. U . Salt Lake City. No.