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I l *• constitutional disease originatine In
impure blood and requiring constitutional
treatment acting through and purifying the
blood for its radical and permanent cure.
The greatest constitutional remedy is
Hood 3 Sarsaparilla
V n n e c e a iH F f.
"Yes.” growled old Itoxley, "Mabel's
lover Interviewed me lust night. Stupid
fellow ; no sense at all.”
"A h !" etrlulloed Awuin. "then you
won't have him for a son-in-law?”
"I? What have I to do with it? The
klea of bis coming to ask me when the
girl and her mother are satisfied. If
he had any sense he'd know that set
tled It."— Philadelphia Press.
In usual liquid form or in chocolated
tablets known a« Sarsatabs. 100 doses $1.
R e fin e «! T o r t u r e .
Nasal and other local forms of catarrh
“ Lil, you just ought to have heard
are relieved by Catarrletp, which allay in how M is s Capsicum talked the other day
flammation and deodorize discharge. 50c. when she was real mad. You don’t know
what you missed.”
“ What did »lie say, Jen?”
The colonies of (Jreut Britain have
“ Gracious! You don’t expect me to say
nearly 100 times more area than the the dreadful things she said, do you?”
mother country. France eighteen times
and Germany five times.
(a lv e a H i m \ o T r o u b l e .
“ Unde Henry, don’t you find it hard
M others w ill find Mrs. W in slo w 's S o o th in g work being a vegetarian?”
Byrup the b s ' rem edy to use for th e ir ch l d r 'll
“ Not at all. my boy. It’s only necea
llu r iu g the teeth in g per.od .
sary to be conservative about it. When
I feel an insatiable craving for a big
plate of bacon and eggs 1 always yield
F o r e i g n n ul l Do uaeatle.
His W ife (reading) — 1 see they had to it.”— Chicago Tribune.
a bread riot in Spain recently.
Y'tns* Dane® and all Nervous Diases
Her Husband— Yes; and we’ll hare riTrt
I II V permanently cured by Dr. Kline’s Ort-ut
one at home soon if there isn’t an Im Verve Kestorer. Hood for FRKE |2 trial bottle and
reause. Dr. 1L XL kiln«, Ld.,S3l Arch BL, Thll*..P*
provement In your biscuits.
O rth ograp h ical Romance.
Th ey were returning from the spelling
“ M r. Spoonamore,” she said, “ why did
you miss that easy word?
‘ honor’ w ith a ‘u * ”
“ 1 know it,” he answered. “ Th e fe el
ing janie over me all at once that I just
appeal to the Well-Informed In every couldn’t get along without ‘u,’ Miss
walk of life and are essential to per Daisy.”
W ith which old, old story he won her,
manent success and creditable stand
ing. Accordingly, it is not claimed
that Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna is the only remedy of known
value, but one of many reasons why
it is the best of personal and family
laxatives is the fact that It cleanses,
sweetens and relieves the Internal
organs on which it acts without any
debilitating after effects and without
having to Increase the quantity froifa
time to time-
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this caper w ill be pleased to
learn t.iat thoreis at lea^t one dreaded disease
(hat science has been Able to cure in ail its
stages, and that is Catarrh. H all’s Catarrh
Cure is the only positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh be ng a constitu
tional disease, requires a constitutional treat«
ment Hal I ’ m Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
fe tin g directly unon the blood and mucous sur
faces of thes> stein, therebv destroying the foun
dation o f the disease, fend giving t e patent
strength by building up the constitu ion and
assisting nature in doing its work. The pro
prietors have so much faith in its* urativepow
ers hat they offer One Hundred Dol lars for any
case that it fails to cure. 8e:id for list of
It acts pleasantly and naturally and testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists,
truly as a laxative, and Its component
“ ^ Pills for
H all’s F&mi.y
parts are known to and approved by
physicians, as It Is free from all
objectionable substances. T o get Its
beneficial effects always purchase the
genuine— manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co., only, and for
sale by all leading druggists.
“ My husband had an awful time col
lecting that debt,” Mrs. Lapsing was
saying. “ I don’t pretend to understand
law terms, but l heard him say that be
fore he could get the money he had to
Barney Shea the man’s wages.”
ANY ARE HOM
Storm In Texas and Oklahoma
Creates A m I u I Havoc.
POPULATION IS DUMBFOUNDED
o f Life
Believed to Be High
Thousands o f Head o f Live
Dallas. Tex.. May 26.— Seven thou
sand persons are practically without
shelter now as a result of the violent
storm which broke over Northern
Texas and Oklahoma Sunday night
Today alone fully 2.000 people were
driven from their homes by the ris
ing o f the Trinity river.
barns and everything in the path of
the terrible flood is swept down and
carried away. Trinity river is a rag
ing, surging torrent atid nothing ap
parently stands before it.
tories far removed from the river
proper are flooded, bridges have been
swept away like kindling wood. L ive
stock by the thousands have perished
and fear is now entertained that a
meat famine will follow in the wake
of the storm’s fury.
So far no arrangements o f a char
acter calculated to relieve the intense
buffering of thfe inhabitants have been
It is really too soon to
give any real estimate of the dead.
With the abatement of the rising
waters steps will he taken at once to
help those in dire distress. As usual
in such cases, the poor of the various
cities and towns in the path of the
elements are suffering the worst.
The present storm is by far the
most violent o f the present year, and
for that matter perhaps the worst
storm that has visited Northern Texas
in several years. It was exceptionally
severe at Fort Worth. Dallas. Wichita
Falls, Dentop and Abilene.
The property loss will run extreme
ly high, but so far not even a con
servative estimate can be placed on
the whole. At Fort W orth alone it
is figured out that the storm will
cause close onto $100.000 damage.
W hen suburban points are finally
heard from the loss will run much
higher in that vicinity.
Reports from Mineral W ells state
that Wade Owens and F.rnest Stateler
were drowned there. Persons are also
reported drowned near W ichita Falls
At Denton an un
known man lost his life in attempting
to save some household effects.
All over the storm-swept district
railroads and crops have suffered
Railroad traffic is practi-
callv at a standstill, as at most points
bridges have been torn from their
foundations by the surging flood wa
ter. As quickly as possible the rail
road people will repair the damage
done. In any event, it will be many
days before anything like schedule
time can be maintained on any of the
There is an evaporation from the body g o in g on continually, day and
night, through the pores and glands of the skin.
This is nature’s way of
m aintaining the proper temperature o f our systems and preserving the soft
ness and fle x ib ility of the skin, and so lon g as the blood is free from impur
ities no trouble w ill result. W hen, however, the blood from any cause
becomes infected with humors and acids, these too must be expelled, and
com ing in contact with the delicate fibres and tissues with which the skin is
so abundantly supplied they produce irritation and inflammation, and the
effect is shown by Eczema, Acne, Tetter, and skin affections of v a r io js kinds.
These im purities and humors g et into the blood through a deranged or
inactive condition of the system ; the members whose duty it is to carry off
the waste and refuse m atter of the body fail to properly perform their work,
and this impure, ferm enting matter is left in the system to be absorbed by
the blood. The skin is not o n ly affected by poisons generated within the
system, but poisons from without,
such as Poison Oak, Poison Ivy,
I have used jo u r S. S. S., spring end fall,
N ettle Rash, etc., enter through the
for the past two years, with the reeult that it
entirely relieved me of a form of Eczema
open pores and glands, and so thor
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ou gh ly do they become rooted in the
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blood that they are ever present,
portion of my whole body was affected, and
when I first began S. S. S. the itching, etc.,
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year to torment the sufferer. Salves,
the result that the dry, itching eruption en
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1 think a great deal of
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lieves some o f the itching and dis
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recommend it for the cure of all blood and
clean, but it does not reach the real
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A N A R C H Y IN PERSIA.
State Apparently Helpless to
Berlin. M ay 26.— Advices received
here are to the effect that anarchy
prevails throughout Persia. As an ex
ample of the Shah’ s helplessness to
cope with the situation a libel action
is cited which has been brought
against the Persian newspaper Mus-
sowad, as an article stating that parts
of Persian territory are in the control
of brigands and revolutionists, and
concluding with the following:
‘‘The governors are tyrannical, the
administration is corrupt and ineffi
cient. the taxes are in arrears, the ex
chequer is empty, the soldiers’ wage-,
are unpaid and the army is helpless
What is the Shah going to do in these
votes himself to orgies night after
night until daybreak.”
The newspaper proceeds to give
proof of its allegations and concludes
bv demanding the dethronement of
the Shah and the establishment of a
The Shah brought a libel action,
but withdrew it when the editor o f
fered to prove the charges in detail
Follow ing this, the walls of Teheran
were covered with placards calling
upon the people to assassinate the
Saves Rat, Is Arrested.
Pittsburg. May 26.— For trying to
save a half-drowned rat from being
tortured to death, Thomas Morris
was arrested yesterday after he had
been badly beaten by Joseph H.
Morris saw a crowd of men
around the rat. and Smith was poking
it with a stick. Morris struck Smith
and a fight followed, in which Morris
received several cuts on his head. Po
liceman Renwick Ewart arrested both
men. Magistrate Brady commended
Morris and sentenced Smith to pay a
fine of $15, or serve 20 days in the
D AIRYING IN DENM ARK.
Land Worked fo r Hundreds o f Yaara
Still Baals Ours.
That American farmers and promoters
>f agricultural industries are rather
lax in grasping their opportnuties, and
are in danger of being outgeneraled in
the markets of the world, unless they
improve their methods, is the belief of
Dean James E. Russell, of Columbia
University, New York. Dean Russell
was recently a visitor at the state col
lege, and during his stay there ad-
1 reseed an assembly of the teachers of
the Inland Empire, who were attending
the teacher*’ institute in Pullman. Rela
tive to the problems just mentioned, hs
“ Thirty years ago New York was
«ending butter and cheese to the Lon
don markets. New York butter and
cheese were ruling out similar products
from Ontario, and other parts of the
world. Just thirty years ago Denmark
began to think she could make butter
and put it in the London market. The
question was, How could she overcome
the lead that New York already had in
the London markets! She sent men to
London to study out the ground; to find
what London wanted. Then she set
about to give them the required product.
‘ Denmark is a country of poor soil,
which has been tilled and overworked
for a thousand years. Nevertheless, the
Danish population annually sells in the
markets of London $35,000,000 worth
of butter. In 1903 the entire United
States exported only $1,064,000 worth
if butter. In addition to the vast quan
tity of butter mentioned, Denmark
sends out one fifth as much pork as we
do, and just as many horses; and cer
tainly, we should lead the world in the
breeding of horses. In the meantime
the Danish nation hag taught the hens
how to work. Four hundred and fifty
thousand dollars worth of eggs were ex
ported by this country in 1875, and in
1903 this export had reached a value
of $8,092,000. In the last ten years
Denmark hns taken $8.000,000 worth of
corn from Iowa and Nebraska, via New
York, which she has fed to Danish cows
and pigs, and then placed the latter in
the European markets in successful
competition with similar products from
‘ I said a moment ago that twenty
years ago the competitor of Denmark
was the Stats of New Y'ork. In these
twenty years the Danish people have
increased their exports from $1,000,000
to $40,000,000. In the same twenty
years farm values in the State of New
York have decreased $200,000,000. In
the last fifteen years Ontario has outbid
New York in the same way in the
cheese market. Twenty years ago New
York companies received Canadian
cheese and put the New York stamp on
it to get one cent more in the English
market. Today the New York farmers
are sending their cheese over the Cana
dian boundaries, and paying two cents
per pound in order to sell it at a ll."
Showing the superiority of European
methods of education in comparison
with American education, Dean Russell
“ Wurtemburg is a small German
state, a little larger than the Inland
Empire of Eastern Washington, and
having a population of about two mil
lion persons. Thirty years ago Wur
temburg began to realize that her pop
ulation was beginning to dwindle; that
something had to be done to maintain
her integrity as a state. 8o she set
about building up a system of schools
for all the people; that would help the
boy who wished to be a carpenter, a
plumber, or a farmer, in the same de
gree, according to his needs, as they
would assist the youth who desired to
be a lawyer, an engineer, or a phy
sician. Today Wurtemburg has a uni
versity giving courses of world wide
fame; technical schools, weaving and
manufacturing schools; two hundred and
thirty industrial schools in towns and
villages; schools for metal workers, and
workers in the textile trades; schools of
art, of agriculture, of preparation for
household management; and numerous
farm schools, and high schools through
out the state.
“ Wurtemburg. n
larger than the Inland Empire of East
ern Washington, supports all these in
stitutions, with an income of ten dollar?
per head of population. What would
American citizens think, if in addition
to supporting agricultural colleges, they
were asked to support five hundred
technical and industrial schools for
every two million of population! This
is what is being done in the small state
of Wurtemburg, and from the point of
view of American citizens today, it is
almost inconceivable; the contemplation
of which must lead any American citi
zen to infer that his country has much
to do and learn before it can success
fully compete with the old country in
the products of industrial education.”
Answers t> Queries.
B y J. L. Ashlock. W ashington Experiment Sta
Haverford, Pa.— “ Is it considered
that hog raising is practicable in the
northwestern part of the United
“ It is probable that there is no place
in the United States where the prices
for pork products average as high as
in the Pacific Northwest. A condition
of significance, too, is that the people
of this region are not sufficiently alive
to the necessity of their meeting the
demand for pork products. Those who
are in the business are making monsy.
Conditions ars improving, however, for
at the present time we note a growing
tendency among farmers to pay mors
attention to this business. The Perk-
shirs bresd is preferabls, in my
opinion, slthough the Duroc Jerseys ars
making some headway. At the experi
ment station we have about concluded
that a cross of these two breeds would
bs better thaa either one bv its e lf."
Funeral Services for Governor.
Reno, Nev., May 26— In response
to a call issued by Acting Governor
D. S. Dickerson and Mayor Kerman,
all business was suspended here yes
terday on account of the funeral of
Governor John Sparks. The funeral
services were held at the Elks’ home,
where the funeral procession formed.
All the hells in the city tolled. The
body was escorted by the governor’s
E ven I aally .
staff and a body of police. Besides
Reporter Do you evei contribute any
the governor’s friends, members of
the secret orders to which he be thin* to foreign papers?
Comic Bard— Why— er— yes; on look-
longed and state and city officials,
in* over the miscellany columns of the
many marched on foot.
papers I find that I contribute lots of
•tuff to the London Tit-Bits.
Deadly Gas for Burglars.
Stuttgart. May 26— A chemical firm
in the small town of Aalen has per
Prosperous Clubman— When I first ar
fected and patented an invention that rived in this town, forty years sgo, I
threatens burglars with instant death hadn't a shirt to my back.
after they succeed in opening a safe
Old Clubman -Worse than that: you
vault door, either by skeleton key or hadn’t a tooth in vonr bend
with the aid of compressed air. nitro
glycerine and other burglars’ para
F i n e P r o a p e e t f o r t h e Pnhll«*.
The moment an outsider
“The corporation has rtwolvrd at '***!
opens the door, or bores through it, to lay out a park for the benefit of the
poisonous gases are released, destroy
ing the invader and leaving him dead poor.”
“ H a v e th e p r e p s r a t io n s b e g u n ? ”
on the floor.
“ Yes. All the ’Keep Oil the Ora**’
signs have arrived already.”
Meat Inspectors Confer.
Chicago, May 26— More than 100
meat inspectors were present yester
day at the opening of a conference
“ Your full name is John Quincy Ad
which considered the enforcement of am*. ia it? Why do you always write
the new meat inspection law
It J. Quincy Adams?”
tary of Agriculture W ilson is direct
“ Well, naturally. I don’t want anybody
ing the deliberations o f the confer to *et the impression that I ’m the orig-
ence. which is expected to continue
j insl John Quincy Adams.”
for three days.
Don’t Poison Baby.
p O R T Y YEARS AGO almost every mother thought her child must have
PAREGORIC or laudanum to make it sleep. These drugs will produce
sleep, and A PEW DROPS TOO MANY will produce the SLEEP FROM WHICH
THERE IS NO WAKING. Many are the children who have been killed or
whose health has been ruined for life by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each
of which is a narcotio product of opium. Druggists aro prohibited from selling
either of the narcotics named to children at all, or to anybody without labelling
them “ poison.” The definition of “ narcotic ” is: “A medicine which relieves pain
and produces sleep, but which in poisonous doses produces stupor, coma, convul
sions and death. ”
The taste and smell of medicines containing opium are disguised,
and sold under the names of “ Drops,” “ Cordials,” “ Soothing Syrups,” eto. You
should not permit any medicine to be given to your children without you or
your physician know of what it is composed. CASTORIA DOES NOT CON
TAIN NARCOTICS, if it bears the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher.
Letters from Prom inent Physicians
addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
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Dr. J. W. Dinsdale, of Chicago, 111., says: " I use your Caatorla and
advise Its use la all families where there aro children.”
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W o r k f o r L i v e I m p r o v e m e n t S oc ie t y.
Iii small centers of population where
none but the most general laws govern
It 1§ necessary to form an Improve
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and well being of the people as a whole,
says the Los Angeles Times. The laws
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ers and surface drainage should be pro
vided by the people as a whole, and
where no city government exists this Is
a splendid work for a live society for
N eu trality .
The voter In Drearyhurst reflected.
“ If 1 vote the ‘citizens’ ticket,’ ’* he
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Pulling his hat down over his eyes, he
turned on his heel and strode away in
disgust. The intricacies of village politics
were too deep for him.
E n tering a Dem urrer.
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Wish to hear from OW NER only who will
sell direct to buyer. Give price, descrip
tion and stale when possession can bm
The Free Premiums Given
N o. 22-0%
H E N w r it in g t o a d v e r tls a r a p le a s e
m e n tio n t h is p a p e r.
Hun nut do a life study of
roofn and horlut, and In that
nl inly diwovored and is sir.
In « to the world his wonoar.
ful rote «die*».
N o M ercury, Poisons o r D ru g s U se d —Ho C u ra s
Without O peration, or W ithout the A id o f • K n ifs
11« Kuarnntoes to Cure t'aiurrh. Asthma, Lang.
Throat. Rheumatlnm. Nervou.not«. Nenoua Debility.
Stomach, Liver. Kidney Troiil l«*t.uli>o Loot ManhooA
fc'emalo Weaknnra and All Private DiHeases
A SURE CANCER CURE
Just Received fro m P e k in g , Chinn—S a fe . Sura
and R eliable.
I T Y O U ARE A F M C T E n !>ON’T DELAY.
V E L A Art A U K D A N O I JtOtTS.
C O N S U L T A T IO N
P U B B
(f you cannot call, write for nympton blnnk and oIrs%
l«r IiiH o.« 4 can's in RtAirre.
T H E r 'IK K W () O H fN K H E llE D lfT N E CO.
621-2 First Ht., Cor. Morrison,
Pinnae Mention This Purer.
H air Falls
M o re C o n v erts
E very Y ear
Every day in every year that comes, m ore house
Then It’s time'to act! N o time
to study, to read, to experi
ment! You want to save your
hair, and save it quickly, tool
So make up your mind this
very minute that if your hair
ever comes out you will use
A yer’s Hair Vigor. It makes
the scalp healthy. The hair
stays in. It cannot do any
thing else. It’s nature’s way.
Tha boat kind of a testimonial —
“ Sold for over aix.tr p »sn .w
• by J. c\ i y * f
i.ow A il, M m
A ls o B á o u íM iu r a n o f
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Try thorn once and you w ill never be without them,
if not kep’ by ucnlerH. sent prepaid fo r 20c.
HAAOLD 8011EXB, 14» DsXalb A ys ., BroekljS, ■. V.
B rook lyn .
Third-Floor Tenant— See here! I ’m
one of a committee of men In this build
ing, and I ’ve called to ask you to sell
Second-Floor Tenant— Delighted to
see you. I ’m one of another commit
tee, and was about to come up and asV
If you’d sell your baby.—Tid-Bits.
S hake In to Y o u r Shoes
Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet. It cures
painful, swollen, smarting, sweating feet. Makes
new shoes easy. Sold by all Dnisririnta and Shoe
Stores. Don't accept any substitute. Sample
FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y.
destroys mil th®
flies and affords
comfort to evsry
room ana every
place where flies
w iv e s are giving up their exorbitant priced Baking
P o w d e rs and turning to K C, the honest and reliable,
which has stood so
the test o f years.
finding out that
costs one third the price o f pow der any
w here near K C quality, and makes
better, purer, m ore healthful baking.
23 Ounces tor 23 Cents