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CRAMPS Suggestions that may save Much Suffering -"For twelve year« terrible cramps. I would have to stay in bed several days every month. I tried all kinds of remedies and was treated by doctors, but my trouble con tinued until one day I read about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound and what it had done for others. : and now I am never troubled with cramps and feel like a different woman. I cannot praise Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound too highly and I am recommend ing it to my friends who suffer as I did. " —Mrs. George R. Naylor, Box 72, Marysville, Pa. Young women who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, headache, dragging'-down sensations, fainting spells or indigestion should take Lydia E. Piukham's Vegetable Compound. Thousands have been re stored to health by this root and herb remedy. Write for free and helpful advice to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (con fidential), Lynn, Mass. Only women open and read such letters. Marysville, Pa. suffered with ' ] I tried it Too Much for Him. "Conscription has, maybe, saved the country," growled the strapping young soldier, "but wlmt I object to is the company it drives a man into. I am a practical plumber by trade, nn honest workman, yet I'm compelled to suffer the society o' sich professionals as a lawyer, a minister, and an auctioneer." "No' a Imd selection, Jock," re marked Ids friend. "Oil, maybe no' in a way; hut when the minister and the lawyer start an argument on Egyptian law in tiie mid dle o' file night across half a dozen beds, with the blessed auctioneer as umpire, what chance lias even a prac tical plumber o' stoppln' the gas leak?" Twenty-Five Years' Experience With Kidney Remedy Between twenty-five and thirty years «go I commenced selling Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root and*durmg all that time have never heard a single complaint from my customers' they are more inclined to praise it; and judging from their favor able remarks and the repeated sales 1 enjoy I am confident that Swamp-Root is s valuable medicine for the troubles lor which it is intended. Very truly yonrs, OTTO H. G. LIPPERT, Pharmacist. 1601 Freeman, Cor. Liberty Sts. Cincinnati, Ohio. Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention this paper. Regular fifty-eent and one-dollar size bottles for sale at all drug store*.—Adv. Sept. 19, 1916. Value of Deep Breathing. Every man can live five years longer If he will take from twenty to fifty deep breaths of fresh air every day. Not the way we usually breathe, but real deep breaths; counting ten ns you take in the breath through your nose: ten more wliile you hold it, and ten while you are letting it out. No sin gle rule Is so infallible for good health. I know this from personal experience; for tiie moment I feel "stuffed up" and realize a "cold" Is coming. I breathe deeply and almost Invariably kill the cobk Deep breathing starts the circu lation. and where good circulation ex ists there can he no "cold."—Ladies' Home Journal. FRECKLES Now Ko Um Time to Get Rid of These Ljly Spots. There's no longer the slightest need of feeltnr ashamed of your freckles, as the prescription othlne «- double strength — guaranteed to remove these homely spots. 61mply get an -ounce of othlne—double strength—from your druggist, and apply a little of it sight and morning and you should soon see that -eves the worst freckles have begun to disappear, while the lighter ones have vanished entirely, that more than one ounce Is needed to com pletely clear the skin and gain a beautiful Clear compleslon. Be sure to ask for the double strength •thine, as this Is sold under guarantee of money back If it falls to seznovs freckles— Adv It is seldom Self-Evident. "Please, lady," begged the very dirty (Tamp at the back door, "can you help a poor man that lost his Job three weeks ngo and ain't been able to find oo work since?" "What sort of-a Job was it?" forked the lady. "I was workin' In a soap factory.*' "Wçll. It's plain to be seen that you were not discharged for dishonesty." Evanescence. "Does your family have any trouble with servants?" "No," replied Mr. Crosslots. "I don't believe any of them stay around the place long enough to become really troublesome." Granulated Eyelids, Eye* inflamed by expo ■ure to Sno, Dust and Wind uickly relieved by Murine ye Remedy. No Smarting, ju»t Eye Comfort. At Druggirt* or by mzil SOc per Bottle. Mario« EysSsivein Tube* 25c. For Beek «I Ike Ey« FREE uk Murias Eye Remedy Cs., Chicago Sore Eyes? NEWS OF A WEEK IN RECORD OF THE IMPORTANT EVENTS TOLD IN BRIEFEST MANNER POSSIBLE. Happening» That Are Making History —Information Gathered from All Quarter« of the Globe and Given In a Few Lines. INTER MOUNT A IN. A special representative of the sec retary of labor has been sent to Butte to endeavor to settle the strike of miners. Four men, including Superintendent J. B. Jenndell, were killed and ten in jured as the result of an explosion which wrecked two buildings of the E. I. Du Pont De Nemours Powder com pany at Augusta, Colo. Miners in the southern Colorado coni fields of the Colorado Fuel A Iron company will lie l ulled out on strike August 1, unless there is a satisfactory settlement of tlieir differences with tiie company according to labor lead ers. International unions affiliated with the American Federation of Labor, have begun an effort to settle a part of ihe labor troubles of Butte, caused by strikes of tiie recently organized Metal Mine Workers' union and of electricians of the Montana Power company. The proposed bond issue of $1.500, 000 for public Improvements was de feated by Salt Lake voters by a lit tle more than four to one. Serious damage is lining threatened by flood waters of the Duchesne river and its tributaries in the Duchesne district in Utah. Corporal Clarence Shaw, K company.! Second Montana National Guard.. was shot through tiie heart and killed at Missoula by acting Corporal Arthur Kline of tiie same company. The shooting was accidental. DOMESTIC. Dick Carter, arrested at Hutchin son. Kan., last week on a charge of murder in connection with the kidnap-j ing and death of Baity Lloyd Keet. lias confessed implication in tiie alleged plot to kidnap C. A. wealthy Springfield, Mo., jeweler. Clement, Appealing to Governor Capper to give him a chance to "show liis colors." 1 is Art liar K. Cutler of Kansas City, Kan., a cripple, in a letter to the governor asked that he lie permitted to serve ids brother's prison sentence s brother may lie freed to join tlte army that the or navy. The murder of Miss ThechrGerken. 22 years old. of Woonsocket, S. D.. who was shot nt night by an unknown person while going to the home of friend whom she was visiting nt Sioux City, Iowa, remains a deep mystery. In closing its fourteenth annual con vention at Buffalo. N. Y„ tiie Catholic Educational association adopted tiie slogan, "Every Catholic child in Catholic school." as a special program of parish work for the year. Lord Nortlicliffe, British high com missioner to tiie United States, in an address to magazine editors and writ ers nt a luncheon at New Wirk, ex pressed tiie hope that tiie United States would not muddle the censor ship us England did the first three years of the war. Francisco Villa was at Villa Ahumn da, eighty-five miles south of Juarez, on June 27, with a force of 1500 men, and was moving toward Juarez, ac cording to information received by government agents at El Paso. The destroyer Shaw has completed a recortl run from a Pacific coast port to an Atlantic port—approximately 5S58 miles—in 14 days, 10 hours and 20 min utes. The strike of 8000 coal miners In . ,, . . , . . , western Canada, which has been in . ... , . . progress since April 1, ended June 2i a when Commissioner \V. H. Armstrong, appointed by the government to inves-1 tigate and take any action deemed!"*** necessary. ordered Immediate resump tion of operations In all mines affected. Tiie first day of the strike called in the copper mines in the Bisbee. Ariz. district by the Metal Mine Workers Industrial union ended with 50 per cent of the men out. An allegation that excess profits of tiie United States steel corporation in the last year were $250,000,000 and those of the big meat packers "not less than $25,000.000 In 1016," were made In un address at the City club, Chi-1 engo, by Dr. Charles R. Van Hise, president of the University of Wiscon sin. Stanley Jryga must stand (rial «îharged with responsibility for the death of a friend who fell from the automobile Jryga was driviug and was killed. Jryga was indicted at Chicago, charged with manslaughter. Fftder«! Judge Morton at Boston sentenced Werner Horn, a German re servist. to live Atlanta penitentiary for eighteen months for illegally trans porting dynamite on a passenger train from New York to Vnnceboro, Me., to be used in an attempt to destroy the International bridge across the SL Croix river. Tiie defense in the murder trial of Mrs. Rena Mooney charged in court at San Francisco that a witness for the prosecution had bee« threatened witli indictment if he did not change his testimony. Eight more deaths from the epidem ic of intestinal disease that lias af- j Suri! U were n re^rt^JuneTmak- i .ttg the total number of deaths in £ iast few weeks sixty-two, most of the.n . children. Miss Alice Black Richards, head teacher at the school for feeble-mind ed at Laconia, N. H„ was found in it cottage on the shore of Lake Win* tiissquum deutl from It Is believed she had been murdere«'. I a cut in lier throat Establishment of dispensaries in nil liiiporliiiit seaports of the allied coun tries probably will he one of the first undertakings of the American Reif Cross in administering the big war fund, estimated at $114,000.000 without final reports from a few cities» Mrs. Minnie Carter of Cumberland. Md.. tied the hands of lier husband to a lied wliile lie slept off a debauch at night and then fired three shots into him, killing him instantly. After the shooting Mrs. Carter ran two miles to a neighbor and announced the tragedy. WASHINGTON. Intervention of President Wilson lias checked the "bone-dry" national pro hibition movement in congress. Con finement of prohibition legislation to distilled beverage;, without interfer ence with manufacture of beer and wines, it is generally agreed, will re sult. Tiie Association of Collegiate Alum ni lias submitted to the woman's com mittee of the defense council -a plan to enroll for training all girls between 16 and 21 years of age. The proposed curriculum includes food and clothing conservation, clerical, nursing and ag ricultural work, and instruction in tiie use of telegraph and telephone. The navy lias almost doubled its per sonnel since war was declared and now needs less than 25,000 _men to bring it up to tiie new authorized strength of 150,000. President Wilson lias asked congress to pass a law to permit Brand Whit lock, American.minister to Belgium, to accept a deocration from King Albert of Belgium in recognition marked services to tiie little kingdom. j Red Cross officials have found their j organization tiie owner of one herd of dairy cows, a fat Plymouth Rock lieu | and a dozen eggs, a dozen gold and silver medals of various kinds, much >f Ids jewelry and quantities of merchandise donations to the Red Cross war fund ! from persons who could not give money, i demonstrations Women suffragists plan to continue lief ore ! House or places President Wilson may ! visit, despite tlte arrest of twenty-five women and the jailing of six in the last week. White tiie j ] ! i throughout tiie country one hour July 14 for the purpose of economy in tiie the consumption of fuel. AH goods in the big general mercan tile store of tiie Cunanea Consolidated Copper company, which closed its mines, mills and suieJte-rs June .21. have been confiscated by the Mexican officiais at Cauauea. A Russian republic .is forecast by members of the Russian mission in dis cussing problems facing that country. The constituent assembly, which is ex pected to open ^September 30, will have in its hands the building of tiie whole new political structure of Russia. Premier IJoyd George, speaking at Glasgow on the occasion of his lieing made a freeman of the dry, said that in his judgment the war would come to an end when the entente hail FOREIGN. Russia has adopted the daylight say The .provisional government | liiS decided to advance the clocks reacheti tiie aims which they had set out to attain when they accepted Ger many's challenge. If the war euded a single minute before, lie said, it would I be tiie greatest disaster in the history oJ - „„„jjjpjj Special dispatches from Rotterdam say it is inferred there, in view of the gagging of tiie German press, that j something drastic has happened or is j about to happen in Germany. Brazil lias revoked her decree of ueu : I j I ...... - . .. . , i trality in the wnr between the entente ,,. . ,, allies and Germany, * ! The declaration that a general i strlke of " rKani7e<1 * ubor iu ''"''>»1« * ,e Cll ** e< * , * lt! government at ! te,n l ,ts apply# conscription without ^* ret obtaining a majority vote by tiie people was made in parliament by Alphonse Yerville, who represents the district of Maisonneuve, part of the j , . : clty of Montreal, I Petrograd newspapers more 0ernwn >' ris '" m ' rs umt 100 officers, also prisoners, escaped «ay that I from vnrious I' t,r,s of Kus8 '» th,ou K*' ■ *' * n * un< * * ilst lllom * 1 ' The ** n,,s ure , mW to lmve * iven ver > * i,,,e he "' toward recapturing them, landed In France on June 26 and 27, ! not a man being lost on tiie trip over. They will be sent to the front soon. . Twenty thousand American soldiers ! Mongolia struck a mine off Bombay on June 23. Tiie passengers ami crew have arrived at Bombay. Tiie mails The Peninsular & Oriental liner are believed to have been lost. Safe arrival at a British port of n party of about 125 aircraft experts, sent from tills country to investigate Kuriqieiin methods of aircraft design ing nnd manufacture, is announced by the aircraft production board. An effort will probably be made to have Alfredo Cocclti, slayer of Ruth Cruger in New York, undergo a men tal examination at Bologna. Signor Venturiui, Cocchi's attorney, believes such nn examination is indispensable, as he is of the opinion that the man is not entirely responsible for his ae tious IN THE GEM STATE I At a price of S175 an acre W. W. I »g*- "** 80 ; ft The Seventh-da# of adventists southern Idaho held their tramp meet ing at Boise last week. Idaho had« exceeded lier Red Cross apportionment by $175,000 at 10 o'cbx'k Monday night, June 25. Joseph Murphy, an Iukoui farmer who was caught a few nights ago dir« pensing an Htito load of whisky, was given a fine of $350. M. K. Piper, arrested at Weiser fo» j failure to register, was given a hear- | Ing. expressed his willingness to reg- i !*»er and was allowed to do so. Tlte 10-year-old son of Seth Sleight ; of Ovid had his skull crushed when he i fell between two wagons nnd one of l the wheels padM-o over his head. Silas Wilcox, 65, unmarried and one of the pioneers to Bear Lake valley, was killed in the railroad yards at Montpelier, when an engine ran over him. a | School elections held since Mardi 15, at which bonds were voted, are held 1 by the attorney general's office to be j legal unless there i* proof to the con- , trary. Grading was started last week on j that section of the North and South ! highway that lies between Cambridge j in Washington county and the Adams county line. New Plymouth is to have n atornge plant erected by the Idaho-Oregon Fruit association, whereby some of the J abundant crop of fruit may be stored this winter. The state farm markets bureau Is short of help again. Irrigators and general farm hands are wnnted for Jobs that are now open in the southern part of the state. • Elmer Chronister, who recently stole a touring ear and left It In the ditch about thirty-five miles from Pocatello, has been sentenced to from four tc Sixteen years in prison. In attempting to dodge a hay fork while unloading from n wagon at his ranch southeast of Meridian, Charles E. Becker fell from the load, lu the fall one of his legs was broken. Bannock county prisoners are lieing required to work on tiie roads and at the county poor farm, Hnd thus far none of the sheriff's guests has offered any objections to this program. Tiie regular weekly meetings of the Pocatello commercial club will be dis :ontinued during July and August. In addition to special meetings the club will hold one business session each month. The field hospital to be attached to the brigade of natioual guard regt meats from Idaho. Montana. Washing ton and Oregon has been recruited to u strength of 54 men. It was announced Monday of last week. Failure of Idaho Fails bakers to la bel 14-nunce loaves of bread that are alleged to he selling for full weight loaves, lias led to- nine arrests in that town on complaints sworn to by the state purs food department. Directors of Farm Markets Harvey Allred has issued a bulletin setting forth that good hay should command u price of $15 per ton and cautioning dealers against attempts to corner the market and bring about exhorbitant prices. Miss Ethel E. Redfield, state super intendent of public instruction, acted as chairman of the state land hoard In tiie absence of tiie governor when It met last week. So far as known, this Is the first time that u woman has acted in that Capacity. The Middleton irrigation district is having difficulty in furnishing water to meet the needs of the ranchers. The canals are at present carrying their full cnpHclty and the officers of the district have suggested crop rotation • to overcome the shortage. Eight thousand sacks of Red Cross* peanuts Wi.v sold in Pocatello in one 'ay according to returns which have een made to tiie Red Cross war fi nance committee, which has received the sum of $101)6 as a result of the 'Peanut Day" campaign. George A. Day. former state land commissioner, has tendered his ser vices without cost to the state in help ing it get the federal government to clear list hundreds of tliodsainlK of acres of school land, which have been selected by the state, but to which i has never received patent. In a communication addressed to Ethel S. Redfield, state superintendent of public instruction, by Governor Al exander. It is suggested that lectures making clear the reasons for America's entrance Into tlte war and emphasizing our Democratic ldeuls tie Included in the programs of all summer schools. Idaho's slacker problem has resolved t8elf into questions of mistake or mis understanding either as to age or the draft law requirements, according to United States I »istrtet Attorney Mc Clear. Reports from all parts of the state indicate, he says, that no one has wilfully obstructed the work of registration. Arrangements have been made to fit jp a camping place for automobile lourists passing through Idaho Fails. A comfort station will be constructed and water supply furnished. The lie cation will be iu the center of the city, close to the business district. The Mutual Creamery company for mally opened its fine new cheese fac tory at Greenleaf, with speeches and a general social for the farmers of that vic'nlty. This plant, which is said to be modern In every respect, has at present a capacity of 6000 pounds daily. Room at the Top. Little Jennie hnd lieen eating very heartily, hot she asked fur another '« *• ft , MWt aH f «„ ng » K ,rl can pos sibly be. surely tnirst !" "Rut. mamma, my neck's left yet I" said the little girl, persuasively. Another mouthful, and you'll j | i ; Fitting Fate. "The fellow you shot act-blent ally is a liirdman." "And 1 winged him," William Fleming of St. Paul lm> taught his fowls to answer to indivi.l | uul names. BE! Save the Babies NFANT MORTALITY is something frightful. We can hardly realize that of all the children bom in civilized countries, twenty-two per cent, or nearly one-quarter, die before they reach one year; thirty-seven per cent, or more than one-third, before they are five, and one-half before they are fifteen l We do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would save many of these precious lives. Neither do we hesitate to say that many of these infantile deaths are occasioned by the use of narcotic preparations. Drops, tinctures and soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain more or less opium or morphine. They are, in considerable quantities, deadly poisons. In any quantity, they stupefy, retard circulation and lead congestions, sickness, death. There can be no danger in the use of Cas toria if it bears the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher st as it contains no opiates or narcotics of any kind. Genuine Castoria always bears the signature of I to WAS OVERRULED BY HIS SON hat I was Sir Edward Carson Tells How the Young Man Got Into the Brit ish Navy. Sir Edward Carson Introduced n personal note into a speech which lie made the oilier day wheu lie was tiie guest of the Britisli Empire Producers' organization, at the Savoy hotel, says tiie London Chronicle. "I remember." said Sir Edward, "when a little son of mine came to me and said 'Father, I want to join tiie navy class at school.' 1 said, 'AVhat rubbish ! You are going to tie a law lie told me plainly wrong, and I explained to him how milch heller it would lie to make mon ey in the Temple than 1 He said. 'You don't seem to recognize the lni)ioHnnee of tin* navy: it i* the great connecting link between the mother rountrv and lin* colonies.' il at sea. "I replied, 'Well, if you put it on that high plane. 1 must alter my views.' He is now commanding a submarine, | and only yesterday, in my capacity of | first lord of tiie admiralty. 1 imd to j read an account of an atteiupt of one ! of our destroyers to sink his sulima rim*." DANDRUFF AND ITCHING ! Disappear With Use of Cuticura Soap and Ointment—Trial Free. Tiie first thing in restoring dry, fall ing hair Is to get rid of dandruff and itching. Rub Cuticura Ointment into scalp, next morning shampoo with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Prevent skin and scalp troubles by making Cuti enrn your everyday toilet preparation. Free sample each by mail with Book. Address postcard. Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv. Sublime Orders. t'ohinel <'orki was, as colonels go. not a had old stick to bave about a regimi nt. says London Ideas. Recent ly be bad three men of his company in to help him remove the grand piano, and. as this gift of Aunt Eliza's was of hefty build, lie signed a blank order that tile men might obtain beer trout the canteen : leaving the amount there of for the warriors to fill in them selves. Here was a dispute. "Put down six, pints." suggested Private Dumps. "More like a liurrel !" growled one *f the others. But at last the sergeant came along with the right Idea. He filled tiie pa per up thusly : "Please fill those men with beer." "De Profundis." At the summer training camp at I'iattsbnrg last summer an undersized rookwas one day struggling along through mud that threatened to engulf him and his pack. The company were inglng. and when they came to the •horns lie joined in with growls and grumbles that seemed to come from well down toward his belt. Beyond doubt, melody was not his forte. A 'dg. bulking sergeant came along. "What's the mutter? What are yon bowling about?'' "I'tn singing bass." explained the Tookle." "Don't do it. my boy." said the ser geant : "you're too deep down already. You come up to surface and get tiie air."—Youth's t 'ompanion. e Not by strength but by pet—everane are great works accomplished. "Give all the kids Post Toasties They like 'em" _ ^ / 1 lnucli for this? AH Say It. Customer (holding op box)—flow ! Fair Bazaar Attendant—Five sbll Customer—Aren't you a little dear? Attendant'—Well (coyly), that's what ( nil the boys say.— Cassel'» Saturday ! Journal. ■ Short Enough. "1 like publie speeelies. I like to read addresses, but most of them are too long, "Run over a few of these," suggested 1 Flubdub, handing him a copy of the city directory. Fretting is veakness. perpetual confession of BE! Causes of Nervousness. There is an article ou the i-are of children in the Woman's Home Com panion in which the writer says: "Nervousness sometimes is the re sult of some physical defect. Malnu trition. anemia, defective .eyesight, bad teetli or adenoids may 'Vie the predis jMising cause. Nul tire offers the best cure. Plenty of nourishing food and wholesome outdoor life are essential, and these children should is* encour aged to play and to take regular ex such as walking, rowing and swimming. Real country life is always (lie best, and camping is a cure in it self, first for tiie ont door life and healthful exercise and., second, be cause the nervous child needs the eom jianionsliip of other children*" crcise. Between Friends. great friends with a neighbor hoy named Bruce. They lived in tin- country and hnd a mile to walk and always went and re Halite sell,Mil. ti turned together. One day. after school, Haiti* came home alone. Bruce having stopped our house. ii his own home just below He was in n disheveled on lieing questioned. condition. confessed that lie had been fighting, and that lie bad come ont second best. and. • But.'' said Ids mother. In a puzzled tone. "I thought friend." "Yes, lie is." replied Halbe, plaintive ly. "1 don't know wliat he would have done to me if lie hadn't been my lend." Bruce was your Stock Selling Donus. "John. dear. I want one hundred and twenty-five dollars to invest in stock." ' Stuck in a bat ?" "In the Mile. Marie Millinery com pany. They give the most adorable hat with every share of stock."—Life. Is Your Work Hard? Work which brings any unusual strain on the back and kidneys tends to cause kidney ailments, such ache, lameness, headache, dizziness and distressing urinary troubles. Kidne complaints make any kind of wer doubly hard and if neglected there is danger of gravel, dropsy or Bright's disease. If yonr work is hard on tiie back, keep vour kidneys in good condi tion with Doan's Kidney Pills. Thou sands rely on them. back A Utah Case W. W Robinson, First East St. near First North St., Americsp Fork. Utah, says: "F months I suffered from a steady ache across my kidneys. The least move that caused a strain my back sent a pain through me. A drug g i s t recommended Doan's Kidney Piils and I tried them. Thev lived me up all right and I have only needed them _ owe since then. At VI that time they again"" " brought me a* good results as before, quickly relieving the pain.'' Get Dou'i at Any Star*. SOc a Bas KIDNEY FILLS FOSTER-MXLBURN CO, BUFFALO, N. Y. ; * DOAN'S SELDOM SEE z big knee like this, but your hone ■av hare z bunch or bruise on hi* zr.kle, hock, stifle, knee or throat. ABSORBINE * 1 TBAOE HAftH HiS.U.S.ftA'LOff: will clean it off without laying up the horse. No Mister, no hair gone. Concentrated—only a lew drop* required at an application. $2 per boni, dcHrcred. Dacribe roar caw lor «mil in «öd Book * M free. AhSORBINE? JR.. _ _ ■""»*»< t" waakiDd. rtrfucr, Piinli.l S*rihB*«. Enlarged CtaaA. Wen«. Broiwn Varicow Vein,: all»*. Pain and initammMion. Price SI and Z2 a bone at dra*,« or delivered, il»,le la the U. S. A. br **• tourna. P. 0. F„ JIOTea»)» tt_ SorirofieW. Mata. <: - DATSY FLY KJLLER attracts and kil!» all fites, »e.t ev«B. chm%p. I Hsds at a>eUl. cab'! ■fill y • r tip ose», «ill in-1 «eil •rfejws »ryiî. iBg. Ob uM tffwti t y .»• for fi-US pro*-si PATENTS, TRADE MARKS, COPY RIGHTS «ICHARDO.FARh.JR. Ill* miUUU » STKZKT.WASHIM.ÏONJI.O. AffPnfe Bf *tlelllnt bonselvld »rllcl«; "•**** demand for KOod&: CS i.. a week; snooMs auared; latMtlg&te. «M«»appt) tc. Heou. u. w. N. u., Salt Lake City, No. 27 -1917.