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Invites Consumption T < wakens the delicate lung tissues, XUs (he digestive organs, and down the general health. . ir o f ten cause? headache and dizzi- V, impairs the taste, smell and hearing, and affects the voice. - "in" a constitutional disease it r* quires a constitutional remedy. Hood's Sarsaparilla Kadicallv and permanently cures. t ncinl linn id form •'•r in chocolated tablets => S a rsatabS. IPO doses SI. JAFT AT VLADIVOSTOK. Imperial Car at His Disposal for Si berian Journey. Vladivostok, Nov. 18. — Secretary Taft arrived here at noon Sunday on board the converted cruiser Rainbow. The Rainbow anchored off shore, guarded by the Chattanooga and the Galveston. The secretary and his party will remain on board their steamer un til their departure from Vladivostok over the Transsiberian railway for St. Petersburg at 7 o'clock on the morning of November 19. An imperial car has been placed at Mr. Taft's disposal for this journey, and the emperor of Rus sia has detailed military and naval aides to accompany him. It is probable that from St. Peters burg Mr. Taft will journey directly to Hamburg, and sail for New York on December 7 on board the steamer Pres ident Grant. Raise $30,000 to Save Girl. Eaton, Col., Nov. 20. —Miss Linnie Jackson, a pretty telephone operator, who was arrested Friday, will not go to jai! for the theft of $300 from her employers. Neither will she suffer be cause of the loss of her position. Her invalid father and young sister, -the burden of supporting whom caused the young woman to become a thief, will also be taken care of. The people of Eaton have come to the rescue of the girl. In less than an hoar after it had become known that Miss Jackson was a confessed thief $30,000 had been pledged to see the girl and her family through their troubles. Oklahoma Duel; Two Dead. Bartlesville, Okla., Nov. 20. —George Williams of Collinsville, a United States deputy marshal, and Ernest Lewis, an alleged bootlegger, were killed in a pistol battle here when Williams and Fred Keeler, another United States deputy marshal, attempt ed to arrest Lewis. A dainty book in colors, called the "Jingle Book," will be sent free to any Mother sending name and address of her baby and tops from two one-pound cartons of "20-Mule-Team" Borax, with 5c in stamps. Address Pacific Coast Borax Co., New York. Many times it is hard to tell a love- from a first-class bluff.. My Hair is Extra Lonq Feed your hair; nourish it; give it something to live on. Ti en it will stop falling, and will grow long and heavy. Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only genuine hair-food you can buy. It gives new lif§ to the h&ir-bulbs. You save what hair you have, and get more, too. And it keeps the scalp clean and healthy. The best kind of a testimonial — 44 Sold lor over sixty years." g. Made by J. C. Aye? Co., Lowell. I£*as. jfti Also manufacturers of /J\ £ sarsaparilla. / I PQ P,LLS & O CttERRY PECTORAL. Pure as riother's Bread: INLAND CRACKERS > In the... ( RED PACKAGES Not made by the Trust. CLASSIFIED AD 8. NOTICE—The following announcements arc from leading business men and firms,- and are well worth your careful reading. The list may contain just the preposition you are looking for. VACANT GOVERNMENT LANS. - BLUE PRINT MAPS OF STETBHS county showing all vacant roverncaaat laad, $2.50. Township blue prints it Stevens, Ferry, Okanogan, Douglas and Chehm counties. Si per township. Frank R. Corbaley, Ss Wash ington street, Spokane, Wash. Bp NXJ NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, IDAHO, OREGON AND MONTANA ITEMS. A Few Interesting Items Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur* rounding Country—Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events. Take Place —Crop Outlook Is Good. WASHINGTON STATE NEWS. The construction work on the Spo kane & British Columbia Railway company's North Fork extension i nearly completed. cnariey ttoss, lormerly leader of P. T. Barnum's circus band, actor and musician, is dead in Seattle. The contractors have finished the work on the fine new bridge at Cash mere. It is claimed that a considerable number of squatters' claims in the lower Pend d'Oreille valley are being jumped by newcomers. After slashing his throat with a razor, Charles Turner of Olympia, jumped into the bay and died. At the age of 72 years, Giles W. Clark, a pioneer of Spokane, passed away Saturday night. The Spokane armory building was dedicated Monday evening. Governor Mead and General James Drain were present at the exercises, and delivered addresses. The Tacoma cigarmakers' strike has been called off and the men re turned to work. The cigarmakers will receive the increase asked. Fire destroyed property to the ex tent of $30,000 in West Toppenish last Saturday. Half insured. Work han been begun on the new theater which Ellensburg is to have. The Northern Pacific pumphouse, which furnishes the water for many engines which stop at-Eltopia, burned recently. J. C. Church, a well known and wealthy citizen of Asotin county, passed away Sunday at his home in Asotin. Fruit growers of Clarkston and Vine land have perfected an organization which is modeled after fruit growers' unions in Hood River and North Yakima. The new Carnegie public library at Ritzville is complete with modern steam heat, electric lights and other conveniences, and the committee have announced the time of uedication as Friday, November 22. Wenatchee won in the recent de bate between Waterville and We natchee schools. The Asotin grain warehouses are full to their utmost capacity. Asotin's total crop will, exceed 1,000',000 bushels. A. C. Hunt, serving four years for forgery committed in King county, escaped from the penitentiary Sunday. The United States government is doing considerable work in the Pa louse national forest on the head waters of the Palouse river, some 40 miles east of Palouse City. The jute mill at the state peniten tiary, operated by convict labor, manu factured 1,169,511 grain bags between January 1 and November 1 of this year, and made a profit for the state of more than $13,000 after charging off $6000 for depreciation of plant, etc. W. T. Guinn, a well-known eon tractor of Puyallup, was instantly killed under a coal train on the North ern Pacific 10 miles east of Tacoma Saturday forenoon. He was 50 years of age and leaves a widow and three sons. Spokane high school won the inter scholastic debate from Davenport. Governor Mead has revoked the ap pointment of C. R. Collins of Olympia as barber examiner, and appointed Thomas Ivey of Spokane. Professor W. A. Linklater of Wash ington State college, with three seniors and two juniors from that institution, have gone to Chicago to compete in the stock-judging contests for colleges at the international live stock show in Chicago the first week in December. The passenger train from Nelson, B. C., was wrecked Saturday near Ryan, Wash. A brakebeam dropped and caused the baggage car to roll into the ditch and take the baggage man with it. No one was hurt. Mrs. Ellen Gwinn, an old and well known resident of Colfax, is dead. Governor Mead has issued a proc lamation declaring November 28 as Thanksgiving day. Washington's 5 per cent share of the proceeds from the sale of public lands daring the last fiscal year is $31,350; the total sales net $630,706. Following the sensational arrest re cently at Hoquiam of Herbert Norman, alias Ralph W. Steele, for the mur der of Frank Todd, came the suicide Saturday of the prisoner in jail. Two 28-foot launches have arrived in Sandpoint They are designed for the forestry service, one for Pend d'Orellle and the other for Priest lake, to patrol the lakes for fires and for trespassers of the forest reserves. The Traders' State bank of Sand point suspended business, it is said, because of its inability to realize on about $60,000 of secured loans. The body of a man was found in the St. Joe river recently, about three miles below the fork. It was later identified as that of Alfred Ryberg, an employe of the C., M. & St. P. rail road. There were no marks of vio lence on the body. Garnett L. Griggs, who was convict ed in the district _ court at Lewiaton of horse stealing, has been sent to the #9. 47 7 IDAHO NEWS. Boise penitentiary on a two years' trip. *" W. H. McGftrrah, who recently pleaded guilty of robbing the Northern Pacific ticket office at K&'ftflah, after telling a thrilling story of a hold-up, has been sentenced to serve two years in the state prison at Boise. A 10-year-old son of Ephraim Yer gerson, who lives near Emmett, was thrown from a horse recently and his neck was broken. State Auditor Bragaur has been served with notice of issuance by the supreme court of a writ of review di rected to him as secretary of the state board of equalization. The writ has been sent out by the county attorney of Washington county, who' challenges the validity of the action of the board in adding 78,840 sheep to the Wash ington county return. Such additions were made in a number of counties, and this case becomes of great in terest. According to Supervisor Promme of the Priest River-national forest re serve the bid of the Fidelity Lumber company of Spokane for 28,090,000 feet of timber on the reserve has been accepted. The sum involved is approx imately $100,000, of which $25,000 is on deposit. The timber is all on the west branch of Priest river, and is whitqfc pine, red fir, tamarack and cedar. Benjamin Franklin McClain, the jockey who was seriously injured* at Lewiston during the fair, has departed for Oakland, Cal., after spending six weeks in the hospital with a broken leg. While hunting quail on Hog island, a low, marshy tract of land lying in the Clearwater river opposite East Lewis ton, Thomas Tabor and Albert C. Metz mire recently shot a large lynx, which they will bave mounted. Charles Stibbs, a well known char acter around Sandpoint, died recently. At one time he was noted as the cham pion footrager of Canada. He was about 50 years old. State Treasurer Hastings recently addressed a letter of inquiry to 40 state depository banks asking what, if any, effect, the money stringency woald have upon the payment of taxes in January. They are practically unani mous in declaring the tax collections will not be affected. The Humbird Lumber company has put its new mill at Sandpoint in oper ation, which will furnish employment to 500 men. The mill replaces one which burned last March and has the same capacity as the old one. Penitent and torn by conflicting emotions, Chaster Loveland, 20 years of age, walked into the police station at Tacoma and gave himself into the bands of the law for forging checks for $200 in St. Anthony, Idaho. MONTANA NOTES. Ed Boyle, serving a 10 year term in the Montana state prison, gave Sheriff Falling of Big Timber the slip recently. The Bitter Root valley, in the south western part of Montana, is one of the garden spots of the west, says a writer in a Chicago paper. The state board of railroad commis sioners has made an order directing the Great Northern to- establish tri weekly passenger service between Somers and Kalispell, to build a new passenger depot at Columbia Falls and to repair wagon roads so freight might be unloaded and loaded with greater facility at the latter point The construction of a telephone line from Melrose to Glendale, Mont., in the Eig Hole forest, has been authorized by congress. The line is to run five miles to connect with the Bell oom pany's exchange at Glendale. A flour famine exists in 12 of the chief cities of Montana. So far as wholesalers are concerned they have no flour, and the prospect for the fu ture is anything but bright. It is de clared the situation is far more threat ening than the talked-of coal famine. Same old story, "no cars." OREGON ITEMS. Everett L. Jones of Albany college, representing Oregon, won the Pacific coast intercollegiate prohibition ora torical contest recently. Turkeys will retail at the lowest price in years this Thanksgiving, state the commission men at Portland Prices will be at least 5 cents less per pound than last year's quotations. The Oregon Good Roads associatiou closed a two-day convention Saturday night with the election of John H. Scott president; P. B. Thielson, secre tary, and C. J. Trenchard of Astoria, treasurer. Almost two tons of gold coin was re ceived by the First National bank in Portland Saturday. The consignment is valued at $1,000,000 and was secured in London for shipment to that city. The postofflce department has just established a new rural free delivery route out of Adams. The line extends north of Adams and takes in all that broad and fertile section of country between Athena and Helix. To move the greatest wheat crop in the history of the northwest and with the money obtained from the grain relieve the financial stringency, was the object of a special meeting of the loan committee of the clearing house in Portland Monday. By agreement of counsel the su preme court will begin hearing cases this week despite the bank holidays. Riot in Louisville. Louisville, Ky„ Nov. 18.—Two police men were injured by bricks, live men arrested and a number of persons clubbed as the result of a riotous dem onstration by striking streetcar em-1 ployes and their friends Sunday after noon. A mass meeting of strike sym-1 halUnTh7Mn'tr!'l part Sorttog which heated speeches were madl' ** ** 'ERUNA A TONIC Of GREAT USEFULNESS HON. R. S, THARIN Hon. R. S. Tharin, attorney-at-law and counsel for Anti-Trust League, writes from Pennsylvania Ave. N. W., Washington, D. C., as follows: "Having used Peruna for catarrhal disorders, I am able to testify to its great remedial excellence and do not hesitate to give it my emphatic en dorsement and earnest recommendation to all persons affected by that disorder. It is aleo a tonic of great usefulness." Mr. T. Barnecott, West Aylmer, On tario, Can., writes: "Last winter I was ill with pneumonia after having la grippe. I took Peruna for two months, when I became quite well. I also induced a young lady, who was all run down and confined to the house, to take Peruna, aDd after taking Peruna for three months ihe ia able to follow her trade of tailor ing. I can recommend Peruna for all such who are ill and require a tonic." , Pe-ru-na Tablets v Some people prefer to take tablets rather than to take medicine in a flui foim. Such people can obtain Perun: tablets, which represent the solid medi < inal ingredients of Peruna. Each tab let is equivalent to one average dose o Peruna. May Revive Santiago Feud. The Schley-Evans feud, originating at the naval battle of Santiago, an brought to a climax when "Fightinj Bob" Evans testified against Samp son's enemy at the Schley inquiry threatens to break out afresh whei congress meets. The administration intends to presh a bill creating a vice admiral and givt Evans that rank. Schley's friends wan action postponed until after August 1< next, when Evans retires. There if talk of having three vice admirals, s; Schley can be honored and the oppc sition of his friends ended. MIX THIS YOURSEU GIVES RECIPE FOR SIMPLE HOML MADE KIDNEY CURE. Inexpensive Mixture of Harmless Vet. etable Ingredients Said to Over come Kidney and Bladder Trouble Promptly. Here is a simple home-made mixtui as given by an eminent authority o Kidney diseases, who makes the statv ment in a New York daily newspape, that it will relieve almost any case c Kidney trouble if taken before th stage of Bright's disease. He state, that such symptoms as lame bael pain in the side, frequent desire t urinate, especially at night; painfi and discolored urination, are readil overcome. Here is the recipe; try it Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-ha. ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, thre ounces. Take a teaspoonful after eac meal and at bedtime. A well-known physician is authorit that these ingredients are all harmles and easily mixed at home by shakin well in a bottle. This mixture has peculiar healing and soothing effec upon the entire Kidney and Urinar structure, and often overcomes th< worst forms of Rheumatism in just s kittle while. This mixture is said t remove all blood disorders and cur; the Rheumatism by forcing the Ki( neys to filter and strain from the bloo and system all uric acid and foul, de composed waste matter, which caust the afflictions. Try it if you aren' well. Save the prescription. HOWARD E. BURTON, Assayor an Obemist. Leadville, Colo. Specimen prices 'Sold, silver, lead, $1; gold silver, 75c; gold X)c; zinc or copper, $1. Cyanide tests; mailin anvelopes and full price fist sent on applicr Hon. Control and umpire work solicited. Re' -rences: Carbonate National Bank. Look into the past of the man wh< likes to go visiting, and somewher away baek you will find bhn a boy in a photograph album with long curls down his back. riTP St Vitus Dance and all Nervous Dw r A eases permanently cured by Dr. Klines Great Nerve Restorer. Send for FREE $* trial bottle and treatise. Dr. R. H. Kline, Ld., 981 Arch street, Phila., Pa. If the strength of a thing is devol oped by its use then some men's brains are awfully shrunk up. What Do You Think of Them? Chicago, Nov. 19.—From the lips of a Chicago club woman, Miss Lili an Shaffner, has come the most startling of all suggestions for the solving of criminal problems. Mias Snfiffner would hang all id; Us. Brand a murderer with a marl? on the forehead and then turn liim loose so that all would recognize hl.n. Deport foreign criminals, becanse it is cheaper than to try them in tais country and support them in this country's jails. Put women in office, because they could better handle perplexing police problems than men. Fraud Charged. New l:ork, Nov. 18.—Charging that the president of the Jenkins Trust company of Brooklyn borrowed ille gally $557,000 from that institution and that evidence of civil and crim liability had been found in the Borough bank of Brooklyn as well, At torney General Jackson has startled financial circles by the obtaining of temporary receivers for six suspended banks and trust companies. SINKS AND BRAINS A FREQUENT CAUSE OF TYPHOID, •. PURIFY THESE AND YOU WILL BE SAFE FROM CONTAGION. DISINFECTING THE ONLY PRE VENTIVE. 3orax, a Simple, Safe and Sure Method How to keep our homes clean, sweet and f'; 0 * germ influences is a question. While there is no occasion for alarm, it is Iwayff well to be forearmed on the theory iat "An Ounce of Prevention Is Better nan a Pound of Cure,'' and no ounce of pre :ntion has yet been discovered that is more taple, more direct and more effective, yet armless to the human system, than' is orax. • tiorax has been known and used for gen ations as a purifier and preventive against udimic influences originating from unclean [ conditions resulting from unsanitary nks and drains, and when used as a hot ution in the proportion of two tablespoon us to a gallon of hot water flushed through ie offending locations, removes every trace disease germs and renders the pipes clean d wholesome. l.oiax in addition to its hygenic qualities, a household necessity, and can be used v numberless domestic purposes. It softens ie water, makes linen dazzling white will eanse every article in the kitchen or din to room and make it bright, will prevent oths, saften and whiten the skin, remove andruff and cleanse the scalp, and for eansing and stexilizing baby's milk bottle id nipple has no equal. liorax, unlike every other cleanser and dis ifectant, is absolutely harmless to the sys m, and is safe, simple, economical, and can purchased at any druggist or grocer. Middies' Overcoats Sacred. Annapolis, Md., Nov. 20.—The com mandant of midshipmen has issued an >rder which puts a ban on the practice }f midshipmen surrendering their overcoats for protection of their wom -3n friends. The new order is similar o the one issued at West Point, which ;aused a storm of protests from the social contingent. The difference between many a nan's inner and outer life is precisely ike an Immaculate shirt that covers a Uthy hide. RHEUMATISM QAN NOT BEJRUBBED AWAY It is perfectly natural to rub the spot that hurts, and when the musclar nerves, joints and bones are throbbing and twitching* with the pain* of Rheumatism the sufferer is apt ta> turn to the liniment bottle, or some othef external application, in an effort to get relief from the disease, by producing counter-irritation on the flesh. Such treatment will quiet the pain tempo rarily, but can have no direct curative effect on the real disease because it does not reach the blood, where the cause is located. Rheumatism is mors than skin deep—it is rooted and grounded in the blood and can only be reached by constitutional treatment—lT CANNOT BE RUBBED AWAY. Rheumatism is due to an excess of uric acid in the blood, brought about by the accumulation in the system of refuse matter which the natural avenue* of bodily waste, the Bowels and Kidneys, have failed to carry off. Thifl refuse matter, coming iu contact with the different acids of the body, forma uric acid which is absorbed into the blood and distributed to all parts of tha body, and Rheumatism gets possession of the system. The aches and paina ire only symptoms, and though they may be scattered or relieved for a tima by surface treatment, they will reappear at the first exposure to cold ac lain pn ess, or after an attack of indigestion or other irregularity. Rheum** tism can never be permanently cured while the circulation remains saturated with irritating, pain-producing uric acid poison. The disease will shift . ! rom muscle to muscle or joint to joint, settling on the nerves, causing inflammation and swelling" and such terrible pains that the nervous system is often shattered, the health undermined, and perhaps the patient become* deformed and crippled for life. S. S. S. thoroughly cleanses the blood and renovates the circulation by neutralizing the acids and expelling all foreiga matter from the system. It warms and invigorates the blood so that instead of a weak, sour stream, constantly deposit* ing acrid and corrosive matter in the ma*» EjCr' fSglZj cles, nerves, joints and bones, the body is fed and nourished by rich, health-sustaining # blood which completely and permanently cures Rheumatism. S. S. S. is composed niinri V UFRCTARLF of both purifying and tonic properties—* FUnfc.LT Vtfcw. I ABLt jast wha £ . g needed Jn mat ism. It contains no potash, alkali or other mineral ingredient, but is made entirely of purifying, healing extracts and juices of .roots, herbs and barks If you are suffering from Rheumatism do not waste valuable tima trying to rub a blood disease away, but begin the use of S. S. 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W §yrup#Fgs sfSenrta acts gently yet prompt ly on trie bowels, cleanses me system eMectualta assists one in overcoming Habitual constipation permanently, lo get its oenejiciol ejects buy tne Genuine. dbythe California Fig %rup Co. SOLD BY LEADING DRUGGISTS- 504 p^BOTTU- UNDERWOOD GOES'fNSANE. Noted Botanist, Crazed by Losses, At tacks Family. Reading, Conn., Nov. 18. —Crazei from brooding over losses in the finan cial crisis, Professor Lucian Marcus Underwood of Columbia university, one of the foremost botanists of Amer ica, savagely attacked his wife with a kitchen knife, slashed her across the throat, inflicting a serious wound, tried to stab his 24-year-old daughter, and then cut his own throat, causing death. The professor appeared nor mal at luncheon, but was moody. His wife and daughter were the only oc cupants of the house, when he sud denly was seized with the mania. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Han Always Bought Bears the Signature of Just as long as society makes It to our interest to pretend to be what We are not, that long will we court aa hypocrisy that kills. $100 Reward; - SIOO. The readers of this paper will be pleased fle learn that there Is at least one dreaded rttwiUS that science has been able to cure in all Its stages, and that Is Catarrn. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a oonstltn tional disease, requires a constitutional treat* merit. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous lurfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the pa tient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address. F. J. CHENET 4 CO., Toledo, Ol Bold by druggists, 75c. Hairs Family Pills are the best. The man who returns home emp ty-handed frequently carries a larger load than his more proverbial neigh bor.