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GREAT KIDNEY REMEDY CURED Two years ago I was very sick and afte* being treated by several of the best phyai cians in Clinton, I did not seem to get better. I was confined to my bed. your Swamp-Root advertised, I re* to give it a trial. After using it three weeks, I found I was gaining so I continued until I have taken a of bottles. I am now restored to and have continued my labors. My (system was full of Uric acid, but Dr. Kil mer's Swamp-Root cured me entirely. *m sixty years old. .State of Iowa Clinton, la. IClinton County On this 13th day of July, A. D., 1009, iW. C. Cook to me personally known ap peared before me and in my presence sub scribed and swore to the above and fore* 'going statement. Br* Kilmer A Co. Bloghamton, N. T. all about" the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention this paper, Tor sale at all drug stores. Price fifty cents and one-dollar. THE POLITE CHICKEN. r//E /ecq?7&e Ar eax. Voir ARE OX//372.EJ3 /Inr/une that /c/eeur* 7~ftO(X§H /1WiZEf7EA(rYW3%W //if? C£/e7»//v you /maw Mmt /rtf r///\r weew&fr a? In Perplexity. "Michael Dolan, an* is it yourself?" "Yes sure it is." "Well, ye know thot bletherln' spal peen, Widdy Castigan's second hus band?" "That I do." "He bet me a bob to a pint I couldn't swally an egg without break in' the shell ov it." "An' ye did it?" "I did." "Then phwat's ailin' ye?" "It's doon there," laying his hand on. the lower part of his waistcoat. "If I jump about I'll break it and cut me stomach wid the shell, an' if I kape quiet it'll hatch and I'll have a Shang hai rooster scratchin' me inside." Benny on Benevolence. Benevolence is a great thing. When you have benevolence you cannot rest until you do something to make other people feel grateful to you. The other flay my mamma went up into the attic to find a lot of old clothes to give to poor people who could not afford to buy any clothing for themselves. While she was hunting around she found a gold-headed cane worth $25 that grandpa had put up there 18 years ago, and forgot all about Thus we see, dear friends, benevolence brings its own reward.—Benny. The Way to Find Him. "My wife and I are going to spend a Jew months with her people at 'Strong's Corners," said the meek lit tle man, "and I want you to mail your paper to me—" "Yes," said the clerk, "what's your name?" "Well—er—to make sure, I guess you'd better address it: 'Mary Strong's Husband, Strong's Corners.'" THEY GROW Good Humor and Cheerfulness From Right Food and Drink. I Yours very truly, W. 0. COOK, DALE H. SHEPPAED,' Notary Public, In and for Clinton County. Letter to Prove What Swamp-Root W1H Do For You Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive DvsnPntir Fate tn Tuna nf "ftlH a booklet of valuable information, telling Anything that Interferes with good health is apt to keep cheerfulness and good humor in the background. A Washington lady found that letting of a on ad in her. She writes: "Four years ago I was practically given up by my doctor and was not ex pected to live long. My nervous sys tem was in a bad condition. I "But I was young and did not want to die so I began to look about for the cause of my chronic trouble. I used to have nervous spells which would ex haust me and after each spell would take me days before I could sit up In a chair. "I became convinced my trouble was caused by coffee. I decided to stop It and bought some Postum. "The first cup, which I made accord ing to directions, had a soothing ef fect on my nerves and I liked the taste. !For a time I nearly lived on Postum land ate little food besides. I am today la healthy woman. "My family and relatives wonder If 3 am the same person I was four years 'ftgo, when I could do no work on ao jcount of nervousness. Now I am do ing my own housework, take care of two babies—one twenty the other two 'months old. I am so busy that I hard ily get time to write a letter, yet I do jit all with the cheerfulness and good Jhumor that comes from enjoying good 'health. "I tell my friends it is to Postum 1 •owe my life today." Read "The Road to Wellville," in jpkgs. "There's a Reason." Elver read the above letter? A net* ••e appear* from time to time. They are Kenulae, true, wad fall ot kanui slater eat. Nurses who aided in making obser vations unite in testifying to the bene ficial effect of certain musical airs ipon the temperature and pulsations ot patients and the evil and depress ing influence of other tunes. They found that "I Know My Re deemer Liveth" brought patients out of trances of anaesthesia with none of the nausea and feverish Bymptoms that usually attend an awakening. They found that fever was abated and restlessness reduced by "Flow Gently, Sweet Afton that "Dixie" calmed a patient who had delirium, and that "Juanita" and "The Last Rose of Summer" sent pain-racked invalids into soothing healing sleep. The following is a partial list of well known hymns and musical se lections reported to have been found helpful to sick and .well persons alike: "The Old Oaken Bucket," "Flow Gently, Sweet Afton," "Listen to the Mocking Bird," "Dixie," "Juan ita," "The Last Rose of Summer," "My Old Kentucky Home," "Old Folks at Home," "My Maryland," "Yankee Doodle," "America," "Auld Lang Syne," "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name," "Rock of Ages," "Nearer. My God, to Thee," "Shall We Gather at the River," "I Know That My Re deemer Liveth." The following were found to be in jurious: "Dead March" from "Saul," "Home Sweet Home," "Do They Think of Me at Home?" "Old Cabin Home," "Old Black Joe," "Star Span gled Banner," "Abide With Me," "Am I a Soldier of the Cross?" "Must Josus Bear the Cross Alone?" "Jesus, I My Cross Have Taken," "Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me," and "Stand Up for Jesus." The hymn, "The Hour of Trial," was found to be one of the most de pressing in the list. SQUIRRELS HURT THE CROPS Maine Farmers Turn Upon Little Pets of Law and Want "Pesky Things" Exterminated. Lewiston, Me.—The State of Maine is overrun with gray squirrels, ac cording to reports received at the office of the Commissioners of Inland Fisheries and Game. Thousands of dollars worth of damage has been done to the crops and in Bome places whole cornfields have been completely destroyed. Farmers are flooding the office of Chairman Brackett of the Fish and Game Commission with pe titions asking for protectios. Two years ago state law was passed making it illegal to hunt and kill gray squirrels.-* As a result the squirrels have multiplied rapidly and have become tame and destructive. Until the special law was passed gray squirrels were classed as "game ani mals" and each fall were hunted by the gunners. The farmers who two years ago petitioned the legislature to pass a law to protect the "little pets" now have their dander up and declare they want every one of the "pesky things" killed off. In some instances the farmers have defied the law and with loaded guns have watched their cornfields from early day until late it night. The Commissioners of Inland Fish eries and Game have promised to do everything in their power to have the law repealed at the next session of the legislature HEALING BY MUSIC t3lS 10 1 UOe 0T 010 Oaken Bucket." Another Sufferer In Hospital Re lieved of Pain by Strain "Last Rose of Summer" In Musical Tests on Sick. Philadelphia.—The newest science, which is also one of the oldest, is the science of healing by music. Tests are being made in the Samaritan hos pital under the supervision of the Rev. Dr. Russell Conwell, its presi dent, famous for his eloquence on the lecture platform. Never Comes When He Promises, Criticizes Your Taste and Does Just Exactly as He Pleases. A paper hanger is a man who prom ises by all that he holds sacred to be at your house on Monday morning at & o'clock, and Bends word on Wednes day afternoon that tu cannot come until Friday. He brings a bucket ot paste and NEW AND TERRIBLE WEAPON OF WARFARE Krupps, the famous German gun-makers, have just invented a remarkable weapon known as the bomb-gun. This fires a large, very brittle bomb containing 160 pounds of explosives. Each bomb, as it bursts, fills the air with poisonous gases, which, it Is said, no human being can withstand. The effective range is not more than 400 yards. In one experiment, nineteen pa tients were brought into one ward suffering from all kinds of diseases. Several were under the effects of morphine or other anaesthetics. A soloist sang, "I Know That My Re deemer Liveth." The effect on the patients was soothing and pleasant, although no special note was made of the effect on the heart p.ction. Those patients under the influence of morphine began to awaken, without fear or wandering of the mind. One patient, a dyspeptic unable to take food, was found to be so far in fluenced by the playing of "The Old Oaken Bucket" that she was able to eat. Another, partly insane, became calm and reasonable while the organ played "Dixie." METHOD OF TICKLING TURTLE Boston Man Will Use Newspaper Edi torial to Prove He Was Not Cruel to Animals. Boston.—Maximilian Fischer, pro prietor of a grill in Federal street, proudly exhibited a 100-pound turtle in the window of his restaurant two months ago. Max was immediately haled into court and was fined $25 for cruelty to animals in keeping one Florida turtle on his back. Max protested vehemently that the only way to keep a turtle in safety and know where he is when you want him is to keep him on his back. He maintained that the turtle wasn't hurt in person or dignity and didn't care a- snap whether he was on his head or his heels. Max's plea was in vain. He appealed the $25 fine. Now the Florida Times in a lengthy editorial says that Max was perfectly humane in placing the turtle on his back and that the animal itself was rather pleased over such treatment than hurt. Fischer has sent for a copy of the Times, and will submit the editorial when his case comes up on appeal as "Exhibit B." "Exhibit A" has gone the way of all good turtles. MONKEY MADE. LOVE TO GIRL She Boxes His Ears When He Tries to Kiss Her—Simian Bites Her and Lands in Jail. Paris.—As 20 work girls came out of a dressmaker's shop in the Rue Boileau at midday an arm encircled the waist of one of them. Miss Moses, a Nurse, Has Every In ternal Organ on Side Opposite to Usual Location. Philadelphia.—The mixed anatomy of Alexander Jordan, whose heart, spleen, liver and stomach are reversed, according to the standard set in the construction, is paralleled in the case of Miss Anna A. Moses, a trained nurse of Osterburg, Bedford county. Pa. Miss Moses not only possesses all of the transpositions boasted by Jordan, but was treated for appendi citis six years ago by applications on the left side of her abdomen. She presents a complete case of "situs inversus," every organ of her body being on the side opposite to where it is usually found. Miss Moses writes with her right hand, but says in learning to do so in childhood, before her mixed anatomy was known, she seemed to be conquer ing a protesting tendency to lefthand edness which would be the effect of an inherited righthandedness from both of her parents. She discovered that her heart was on the right side, or rather the wrong side, while studying to be a trained nurse, in 1898, but did not suspect that the reversal was complete, and, as she suffered not even the slightest illness, was not examined by a phy sician until 1904. Then she began to feel pains in the lower part of her abdomen on the left This is the Paper Hanger ANATOMY OF WOMAN AWRY some shears with him, and as soon as be sees the paper you have bought he Bays it will not do. He criticizes *"ur taste and judgment and shows you why the pattern is utterly unsuit ed to the roo'm, until he convinces you that you must send the paper back and purchase the proper supply from h^m, although you know very well that be gets a commission. Then he goes away to order the paper and you The girl protested indignantly. The too-gallant intruder was well dressed in a frock coat, gray trousers, top hat, patent leather boots and wore smart gray suede gloves. But he was a hideous little person. The girls began making fun of him, when suddenly he caught hold of one and put his face close to hers. She boxed his ears, and he dropped on all fours fcnd bit her leg. There was a panic. The girls rush ed off shrieking, and two policemen arrested the aggressor. The creature was a chimpanzee—the pet of an ex plorer living near at hand. He was captured after a struggle, and carried off by his master's cook, who went to fetch him at the police station, where he had spent the night. An amusing item of the story is that the police magistrate got very angry with the monkey when he was first brought in because he refused to answer any questions and tuhie,d his back on the official table. CITY TO CLEANSE CHILDREN Another Duty Is Assumed by London County Council—To Wash Pu pil's Dirty Faces. London.—The London county coun cil is preparing to increase the multi tude of motherly duties already as sumed. To this end it is making ar rangements for the municipal wash ing of all children who go to school with dirty faces and necks. As it can not undertake all this laundering proc ess itself, its members are arranging terms with most of the London bor ough councils to clean the children and send them back to school purified, and, in case of such necessity, in clothes that have been baked or boil ed. The borough of Kensington, as a re sult, is preparing to spend several thousands of pounds on more public baths. In Chamberwell, fcerever, the new idea has been in practise for some time and the council of that bor ough has just sent in a bill to the London county council for laundering and brushing* up 3,906 little Chamber wellians. Atom May Be Electricity. Philadelphia.—Speaking at a meet ing of the American Philosophical so ciety, Prof. Earnest Fox Nicholas, president of Dartmouth college, took for his subject "Modern Physics." He advanced the theory that be cause matter has never been freed from electricty, the atom may be an electrical structure and nothing more. In other words, matter and electric ity in the last analysis may be the same. side, and visited Dr. Mervyn R. Tay lor, at 1706 Race street Miss Moses laughed gayly when the physician be came perplexed in sounding her heart with his stethoscope. An examina tion convinced Dr. Taylor that all of her organs were reversed. PllUn I n\IC rlUU LUVt AI rlnST Sightless Teacher and Pupil's Ro mance to Result In Wedding Character Attracted. New York.—The same hands that guided his own'over raised letters In a Brooklyn library will soon be the hand of William Gooshaw's wife, it was said the other day apropos of the romance of two sightless lovers. Miss Beryl Clarke, with big brown eyes that don't in the least betray blindness, admits the truth of the statement, and that it was love from the first meeting. Miss Clarke is in charge of the school, for the blind at the Pacific branch of the Brooklyn circulating library, and she will wed jn. day. While the pupil pored over books with raised letters the teacher sat at his elbow, and Dan Cupid succeeded in clasping the hands of the two. continue, to sleep on the davenporj until the following Tuesday You discover ere long that the law* of paper hanging are as immutable aa the laws of the Medes and Persians, and that no matter you want the room papered you are entirely wrong If he weren't a paper hanger he would be a plumber. But after this you will welcome the snail-like plumb er gladly. Gabriel will have to blow several encores before he gets the paper-hang ing brigade to resurrect. William N Gnnnhn-nr same stable from having the disease. 'Also wuiiam PESSIMIST RAISES A WAIL Incidentally Gives a Hard jolt to Time-Honored Conception of New England Thanksgiving. "Oh, yes the New Englanders make a great time of Thanksgiving," Bald the insurance man as the subject was under discussion. "Yes, they are great on Thanksgiving." "All the relatives gather for a big dinner, don't they?" was asked. "Yes. My Uncle Ben, up in Ver mont, gathered thirty of us at his house last Thanksgiving." "What a visit you must have had!" "Oh, yes." "And' the banquet I can picture It" "Can you?" "There was turkey, goose, duck, chicken, roast pig and. sparerlb. There was mince pie, pumpkin pie and cider. There was a big cottage pudding and cranberry sauce. Ah, it must have been a royal feast." "Yes, it was," dryly replied the in surance man. "My Uncle Ben killed off four old roosters, his wife made four or five apple pies, and stewed up a peck of prunes, and we sat dowp to the feast." "But—but it was Thanksgiving." "Sure, Mike. If it hadn't been we wouldn't have got the prunes." "And—and that was all?" "All except that. after dinner my Uncle Ben took up a collection for the heathen, and we chipped in 50 cents apiece. My Uncle Ben was the heathen, you know. Oh, yes—New England Thanksgiving. I've been there." DO IT NOW. If you have the slightest symptom of kidney trouble, begin using Doan's Kidney Pills at once. Delay may lead to dropsy, diabetes, or fatal Bright's disease. Doan's Kid ney Pills began cur ing sick kidneys 75 years ago. They have been curing kid ney trouble ever since. nam Mrs. William Mc Gregor, 714 Lilleth St., Pendleton, Ore., says: "All my life my kidneys had trou bled me. I bloated terribly, could not control the kidney secretions and suf fered intense backache. Finally I be gan using Doan's Kidney Pills and •was cured completely. I had previ ously doctored without relief." Remember the name—Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. THEIR FATE. Ot Mrs. Crow—William, have you ever stopped to think what will become of us when we are old? Mr. Crow—Oh! I suppose wee'll wind up as quail on toast at some ta ble d'hote restaurant. $100 Reward, $100. Tlis readers ot tola paper will be pleased to lean that there Is at least one dreaded disease tbat science bas been able to cure In all Its stages, and tbat Is Catarrb. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive sure now known to tbe medical fraternity. Catarrb being a constitutional disease, requires a constitu tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken in ternally. acting directly upon the blood and mucous surtaccs ot the system, thereby destroying tbe foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and ass la t lng nature in doing Its work. The proprietors have AT tlDOT Tni• ni *p much faith In Its curative powers that they otter TOUCH ®ne Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send tor list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills tor constipation. The Big Show. The personally conducted tourists were viewing the Egyptian pyramids. "Goodness gracious!" ejaculated Mrs. Newrocks, "it must have cost a pile of money to build them." "Surest thing you know," said Mr. Newrocks "but don't imagine for a moment that any one tourist agency stood for all the expense—it was probably a jackpot affair!" SPOHN'S DISTEMPER CURE will cure any possible caBe of DISTEMPER, PINK EYE, and the like among horses of all ages, and prevents all others in th (jrooshaw^ Thanksgiving cures chicken cholera, and dog distemper. Any good druggist can supply you, or send "I was attracted to Mr. Gooshaw,:' she said, "by his personality, his charcter and intellect These are far more im portant than looks." to mfrs. 60 cents and $1.00 a bottle. Agents wanted. Free book. Spohn Medical Co., Spec. Contagious Diseases. Goshen, Ind. Wanted a Change. Milkman—I see by the papers that a Frenchman has invented a new way of transforming water into' milk. Customer—Well, I hope you'll adopt It. I'm getting awfully tired of the old way. Through. DR. Make the Liver Do its Duty Nine times fa tn when dw Brer is ri|k Am tfomach and bowels an tight. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS gently but firmly £1it*lazy a Inwto^ da Owes Con-j Stipation, Indices* (io% Sick Headache* ud Distress after Eating* IwH &.M Sf CSSD 1 "You are an optimist?" "I am," replied Mr. Dustin-Stax. "I iiot only hope for the best, but I make practical arrangements to get it." J. H. RINDLAUB (Specialist), Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Fargo, N. D. Anyway Eve never had occasion to marry Adam by asking two or three times a day If she was the only wom an he ever loved. CARTERS Pill. Dom. SaaaJl Price Genuine Signature Hft-MftteShoes Are Best lor Ltttle Folks because they permit the foot to develop natur ally. They may coat a trifle more than cheaply made shoes, but the comfort the children have in wearing them and the fact that the material and workmanship that goes into every pair of PlOk-MeOte Shoos makes them outwear two pairs of ordinary shoes ia what counts. These shoes come In sizes 4 to 12 button, lace and oxford styles made in all suitable leathers. Ifyonr shoe dealer does not keep FlftrMtde Shoes send ns his name, stating the size and style of shoe yon, want and we will see that yon are promptly supplied. WILLIAMS. HO YT & CO. 91.75 & $2.00 ROCHESTER. N. Y. Splendid Crops In Saskatchewan (Western Canada 800 Bushels from 20 acres of wheat was the thresher's return from a Lloyd minster farm In the season of 1910. Many fields in that as well as other districts yield ed from 25 to 85 bu shels of wheat to the acre. Other grains in proportion. vmS LARGE PROFITS are thus, derived from the FREE O E S E A A N S Western Canada. This excellent showing causes prices to advance. Land values should double in two years' time. Grain growine,mixed farm ing:, cattle raising and dairy ing are all profitable. Free Homesteads of 160 acres are to be bad in tbe very best districts: 160 acre pre-emp tions at S3.00 per acre witn in certain areas. Schools and churches in every settle ment, climate unexcelled, soil tbe richest wood, water and building material plentiful. For particulars as to location, low settlers' railway rates and descriptive Illustrated pamphlet, "Last BeBt West," and other In formation, write to Sup'tof Immi gration, Ottawa, Canada, or to 'anadlan Government Agent. CHAS. PILLING Clifford Block Grand Forks, H. Dak. (Use address nearest yon.) (9 PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Cleanses and beautifies the fcsfe Promotes ft luxuriant growth. Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to its Youthful Color. Cores scalp diseases 4c hair falling Sfes» ^^^WCjandfl£0at^rnggist^^^ O E Bb Masonic Slipper, Masonic Buttoa* Odd Fellow Pin* Actual size* Fifty cents each* or $1*40 (of the three* Full value. Shipped by Insured Matf. Money Order or Stamps. Chance foe Agents, Direct Gompany,' Lock Box 269, Providence* R. I. PATENTS Watson E. CoTemira.Wunv lngton,D.O. Bookairee. 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Dh' FARGO TANNERY Receives hides and skins for tanning to harness leather, robes and coats. Bobss lined, hides bought, leather and robes had sale. Send for price list, Andrew Monson Fargo, N.D. Tannery" CREAM SHIPPERS Bhlp your Cream to the FRANK O. KNERR DAIRY OO.', Farso North Dakota1 Onr modern facilities and excel*! lent local market enable us to pay, the hiRheat cash price for butter.' fat. Write today for shipping tags.! FARGO PLUMBING & HEATING COMPANY PLUMBING, HEATING AND, ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS We do Electro plating of all kinds. Have yonr old fixtures refinished. Ask about our Electric Lighting Plant for your country home cheaper and safer than gas or gauolina. afcwtie in* Paigo, North Uakotu.