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A Sick Man
Write* Dr. Hart man About Kidney Dlaeaae. A gentleman writeB me: “I was greatly in terested In your article describ ing the Kauff man case of serious disease of the kidneys. The description of his case ex a c 11 y outlines my condition. I am sure If Pe runa cured him as you say, It 8. B. Hartman, M. D. would cure me also. I am losing flesh rapidly and the doctors say 1 have every symptom of Bright's dis ease of the kidneys. If you think I would be benefited by Peruna I will certainly try some as the doctors have practically given me up, the same as they did him." In reply I wish to say, first, that I never make any promises as to what Peruna will cure. No physician can make positive statements of that sort. I can say this much, however. If 1 were In your place I should certainly give Peruna a trial. I know of no other remedy that would be so likely to be of use to you In your present condition as Peruna. Take a table spoonful before each meal and at bed time. Continue this for two or three weeks and then If there is anything you wish to ask me further write me and I will give your letter prompt at tention. If I And that the Peruna Is not helping you I will be perfectly frank and tell you so, for I would not have you take Peruna unless It was really helping you. But It has rescued so many cases of kidney disease that I am quite confident you will find It ex actly suited to your case. Kidney disease begins with catarrh of the kidneys. Peruna Is a catarrh remedy. Unless the destruction of the kidneys Is already too great Peruna relieves the catarrh and the cause of the kidney disease is removed. I shall anxiously await a report of your case. Remember, all letters are sacredly confidential. I never use any one’s name or address without his written consent My correspondence Is absolutely private. Pe-ru-na, Man-a-ltn and La-cu-pla manufactured by the Pe-ru-na com pany, Columbus, Ohio. Sold at all drug stores. SPECIAL NOTICES—Many persons Inquire for The Old-time Peruna. They want the Peruna that their Fathera and Mothers used to take. The old Peruna la now called Ka* tamo. If your druggist or dealer does not keep it for sale write the Katarno Company. Columbus, Ohio, and they will tell you all about It. Cough,Cold Sore Throat Sloan’s Liniment gives quick relief for cough, cold, hoarseness, sore throat, croup, asthma, hay fever and bronchitis. HERE’S PROOF. Mb. Albert W.PmiCK.of Fredonia, Kan., write* : “ Wo use Bloan’s Llnl> meut In the family and find it an ex cellent relief for eolds and hay fever attacks. It stops coughing and sneee ing almost instantly. SLOANS LINIMENT RELIEVED SORE THROAT. Mrs. I*. Brewer, of Modello.Fla., writes: M I bought one bottle of your Liniment and itdldtneall the good in the world. My throat was very sore, and it oared me of my trouble.” GOOD FOR COLD AND CROUP. Mr. W. H. Strange, 8721 Elmwood Avenue, Chicago, 111., writes: “A lit tle boy next door bad croup. 1 gave the mother Sloan’s Liniment to try. She gave him three drops on sugar before going to bed, and be got up without the croup in the morning.” Prkto, 250800., 11-00 ' ® o * n A GOOD HABIT Tea when you are tired, particularly if it’s LIPTON’S TEA It sustains and cheers AMMONS CHOSEN EARLY RETURNS INDICATE THAI COLORADO DEMOCRATS ELECT TICKET. PROHIBITION 'DEFEATED •SHAFFROTH AND THOMAS FOR U S. SENATE—RUSH FOR DIS TRICT ATTORNEY. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Denver, Nov. G.—The Democratic party achieved a signal victory in Colorado when Woodrow Wilson c.iv ried the state by 30,000, and Elias M. Ammons and the Democratic ticket were put into oflice by about the same pluralities. Denver gave Wilson and Ammons t plurality of 8,000 votes after the keavi est voting ever known in the state. James B. Pearce was elected secre tary of state by 25,000. The Democratic legislative candi dates who were pledged to send the people’s choice to Washington as United States senators, were elected, and Governor Shafroth and C. S. Thomas victorious at the polls, will be sent to Congress. John A. Rush was elected district attorney by a big majority. In Denver there was a tremendous amount of scratching. The count ol straight ballots alone, with nine pre cincts missing, gives the Democratic party 11,713: Republicans, 4,401; Pro gressives, 9,931; scratched ballots, 25,- 915. The total vote in Denver was 51,960, with the nine precincts not counted. Prohibition as a statewide law was defeated by 30,000. leaders of the dry campaign gave up the fight early and couceded victory to the wets. No definite figures have been com piled upon the other amendments, bu' it is believed that the improvemenl measures, such as the tunnel bill, good roads bill and immigration fund bill have passed. Citizens of Denver went about theii voting In an unusually quiet manner and quickly. Their minds were made up, evidently, as to how and for whom they should vote and they made short work of it. Two-thirds of the total registration had voted by noon, ac cording to figures from the election commissions. In spite of the issues at stake the election was one of the quietest ever held in Colorado, tht same condition holding good all ovci the state that was found in Denver. The state vote has not been re celved completely. Thirty-seven coun ties out of the sixty-two from which 583 precincts have sent in complete returns of straight ballots, show Dem ocrats, 31,784; Republicans, 17,557; Progressives, 18,040. Scratching was not as heavy throughout the state as it was in Denver. Counties which had been consld ered doubtful by the Democratic lead ers joined the Democratic ranks and helped swell the total vote which elect ed the Democratic ticket. I.as Animas and Huerfano counties were on hand with their Republican majorities though considerably smaller than the normal G. O. P. vote. As a result of the election more counties in Colorado will have Demo cratic administrations than ever be fore in the history of the state. Early returns indicate that Wilson will have all Democratic congressmer and senators with him from Colorado and Ammons will be supported in the administration of the state’s affairs by a strong Democratic Legislature Democrats Lead In Tennessee Vote Nashville, Tenn. — Incomplete re turns received up to 7 o’clock indicate Wilson polled the usual Democratic vote in Tennessee. Wyoming Carried By Republicans. Cheyenne.—Twenty-three precinct! in Wyoming out of 472 give Taft, 258; Wilson, 1C7; Roosevelt, 71. These pre cincts in 190S gave Taft, 395; Bryan 179. Mondell, for congress, is running ahead of the presidential ticket every where and seems certain of re-elec tlon. The Republican legislative tick et is running almost as strongly as Mondell, indicating a Republican ma jority on joint ballot and the re-elec tion of United States Senator Francis E. Warren. Dunn Defeats Deneen in Chicago. Chicago.—Two hundred precincts out of 1 .364 In Chicago: Roosevelt, 17,548: Wilson, 17,015; Taft, 10,039. One hundred and eighteen precincts out of 1,498 in Cook county gave De neen, Republican, for governor, 2,380; Dunne, Democrat, 32,964; Funk, Pro gressive, 7,390. Wilson Leads in Ohio. Cincinnati, Ohio.—Nine hundred pre cincts out of the 5,211 in the state gave Wilson, 60,194; Taft, 42,273; Roos& velt, 20,667. BACKACHE“GETS ON THE NERVES” Many who suffer from backache and weak kidneys are unnaturally Irritable, fretful and nervous. Not only does constant backache “get on the nerves”, but bad kidneys fall to eliminate all the uric acid from the system, and uric acid Irritates the nerves, keeping you “on edge” and causing rheumatic, neuralgic pains. Doan’s Kidney Pills cure these ills by curing the kidneys. B. Walih, Uk£ grains H Hemod that a jjz f back wan so lamo^ U»n'lKMn«r rlifi V VJH I ■ jEUgSn cored me after due- k. tors failed. I hare had no trouble Binoe * H "Exmj Bonn Tills a Sttry n Get Doan'e at Any Drag Store, 50c a Bos DOAN'S k ;? l n l l y FOSTER-MILBURN CO.. Buffalo. New York There are a lot of cheap skates out side the skating rinks. Smile on wa»h dnv. That’a when yon nse Red Croaa Bag Blue. Clothes whiter than snow. All grocers. Adv. There is no greater enemy than anger, which kills both laughter and Joy. Dr. Pierce’s Pellets, small, sugar-coated, easy to take as candy, regulate and invigorate stomach, liverand bowels. Do not gripe. Adv. Contrary Cauaea. "Why did Jinks break up housekeep ing?” "Because his wife broke down.” Fond Memories. "Baggs Is such an ugly man, Miss Prettyface, that I cannot understand why he Beems to interest you so.” "Of course, you can’t, but with his dogged expression and his pug nose, he reminds me so much of my pet terrier.” Simple Taste. "Something mentally wrong with Kenworthy, don't you think?” “Why so?” ”1 asked him to come over and play ‘auction bridge’ with us last night, and he Bald he would rather waste his time playing ‘bean-porrldge-hof or ’tlt tat-toe.’ ” England's Motto. "Dieu et Mon Droit” —God and My Right”—the royal motto of England, was the parole of the day given by Richard I. (he of the LJon Heart) to his army at the battle of Gisors, In France, on the 20th of September, 1198, when the French army was sig nally defeated. Dieu et Mon Droit appears to have been first assumed as a motto by Henry VI., 1422-1462. Sem per Idem—“ Always the Same” —was one of the mottoes of Queen Eliza beth; also adopted by Queens Mary and Anne. "PROUD AND GLAD” Because Mother Looked So Well After Quitting Coffee. An Ohio woman was almost dis tracted with coffee dyspepsia and heart trouble. Like thousands of others, the drug — caffeine —ln coffee was slowly but steadily undermining her nervous system and Interfering with natural digestion of food. (Tea is Just as In jurious as coffee because it contains caffeine, the poisonous drug found in coffee.) “For 30 years," she writes, “I have used coffee. Have always been sick ly—had heart trouble and dyspepsia with ulcers In stomach and mouth so bad, sometimes, I was almost dis tracted and could hardly eat a thing for a week. “I could not sleep for nervousness, nnd when I would lie down at night I’d belch up coffee and my heart would trouble me. It was like poison to mo. I was thin—only weighed 126 lbs., when I quit coffee and began to use Postum. “From the first day that belching and burning In my Btomach stopped. 1 could sleep as soundly as anyone and, aftor the first month, whenever 1 mot any friends they would ask me what was making me bo fleshy and looking so well. * “Sometimes, before I could answer quick enough, one of the children or my husband would say, ‘Why, that Is what Postum is doing for her’—they were all so proud and glad. “When I recommend it to anyone I always tell them to follow direc tions in making Postum, as it Is not good to tasto If weak, but fine wheD it has the flavor and rich brown color.” Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read the little book, "The Road to Wellville,” In pkgs. “There’s a rea son." Em read the above letter? A new one appenra from time to time. They are genuine. true, and full of human latereat. Adv. BABY'S HAPPINESS DEPENDS ON HEALTH Whon your baby la croia and fret ful Instead of the happy, laughing lit tle dear you are accustomed to. In all probability the digestion has become disarranged and the bowels need at tention. Give It a mild laxative, dis pel the irritability, and bring back the happy content of babyhood. The mother should make sure that the laxative used contains no opiate or narcotic drug. A mild, pleasant tastlng, harmless laxative like Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin is Ideal for children because of its natural com position and gentle action. A small dose of Syrup Pepsin at bedtime will bring easy, certain relief next morn ing, and with no distressful griping or ether discomfort. You can get Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin at any drug store. Your name and address on a postal to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 203 West St., Montlceilo, 111., will bring a free trial bottle by return mail. Adv. KI8SED HER OFTEN. Carrye—He had the audacity to kiss me. Her Mother —Of course you were indignant? Carrye—Oh! yes, mamma, every time. THE BEST TREATMENT FOR ITCHING SCALPS, DANDRUFF AND FALLING HAIR To allay Itching and Irritation of ths scalp, prevent dry, thin and falling hair, remove crusts, scales and dan druff, and promote the growth and beauty of the hair, the following spe cial treatment Is most effective, agree able and economical. On retiring, comb the hair out straight all around, then begin at the side and make a parting, gently rubbing Cutlcura oint ment Into the parting with a bit of soft flannel held over the end of the finger. Anoint additional partings about half an inch apart until the whole scalp has been treated, tbe pur pose being to get the Cutlcura Oint ment on the scalp skin rather than on the hair. It is well to place a light covering over the hair, to protect the pillow from possible stain. The next morning, shampoo with Cutlcura Soap and hot water. Shampoos alone may be used as often as agreeable, but once or twice a month is generally sufficient for this special treatment for women’s hair. Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold throughout the world. Sample of each free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post-card "Cutlcura, Dept L, Boston." Adv. Can She Do It? Zoology Professor —Miss Fluff, what Is natural selection? Fluff —Natural selection Is where a young lady picks out a fellow with lots of money and marries him. FOLEY KIDNEY PIUS Are Richest in Curative Qualities FOR BACKACHE, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEYS AMO BLADDER [7~> 1 of this piper de- II Keaaers I taaed in its columns should insiA upon II having what they ask for, refusing all II subAkutcs or imitations. II The Wretchedness of Constipation Can quickly be overcome by CARTER’S LITTLE AEfen LIVER PiLLS. Purely vegetable —act surely and gently on the ABSsr.Eirr liver. Cure W LThf Biliousness, I LY.r _ Head ache, p ness, and Indigestion. They do their duty. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature LI rnßut Cough Syrup. Taatee Good. Um Ed P"f in time. Sold by Dratriata. M Human Nature. Socrates used to say, that if any trier made proclamation In the thea tre. "Stand up cobblers!” "Stand up, weavers!" etc., only those named would do so; but If “stand up, men of sense!” were the order, not one would remain sitting. The most damaging mistake In life, he added. Is this, that the majority are fools, and yet be lieve themselves to be wise.” The Frogs and the Bulls. A frog one day sitting at the edge of a pond, saw two bulls fighting In a meadow. He cried to his companion: "Look at that dreadful fight! What will become of us?” “Do not frighten yourself," replied the other. “How can their quarrels affect us? They are quite different from us In every way." "Perhaps,” said the first frog, “their life is different from ours; but, as one of them will certainly get the better of the other, he who is beaten will take refuge here In the marshes and perhaps tread upon some of us. Ton see, therefore, we are more concerned In their quarrel than you think.’* When the rich quarrel the poor are usually the greatest sufferers. As He Understod It. A young Canadian came to Washing ton last winter and was making a so clal call upon a very pretty young wo man whom he met for the first time. “Do you have reindeer In Canada?" asked the young lady. “No, darling,” he answered, “at this Beason It always snows.” Nine-Tenths Sound. Tommy—Pop, what Is sound advloet Tommy's Pop—Sound advice, my son is generally nine parts sound and one part advice. The Minister** Usefulness. Among the members of a fashion* ble country club of Washington are • doctor and'a minister, who delight in the exchange of repartee touching their respective professions. As they met one day. the minister observed that he was “going to read to old Cunningham," adding (as he was aware that the old man was a pa tient of his friend, the doctor), “Is he much worse?" With the gravest of expressions tbo physician replied: “He needs your help more than mine.” Off hlB guard, the minister exclaim ed anxiously: “Poor fellow! Is It as bad as that?” “Tea, he Is suffering from In somnia.” DENVER * RIO GRANDE-WESTERN PACIFIC* •The Royal Gorge-Feather River Caflon Route” Taken together form the most beauti ful line of continuous travel Denver, Salt Lake, City, San Francisco. The marvelous scenic attractions of the Rockies, the Great Salt Beds of Utah and the wonders of the Sierras can be seen from the car windows* without extra expense for side trips. SUPERB DINING CAR SERVICE. For illustrated descriptive matter, write Frank A. Wadlelgh, General Passenger Agent, Denver St Rio Grande Railroad, Denver. Colo. Newttousc .Victor, Oneida. 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If you have one of these send in Its name and age and we will make you an attractive allowance for It on one of our new KIMBALLS.