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TEMPERANCE WORKER. Says is a Valuable Nerve and Blood Rewedy. Pe-ru-- HER GOOD FORTUNE. NEWS SUMMARY ! Joseph Ford was shot and killed b L. Hutchinson at Tracy, Cat., in a row over a game of cards. The provision In the army appropriation bill increasing the pay of priofficers vates and has been stricken out. Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria and Elenonore Caroline Gasparine Louise, Princess of Reuss, were married at Coburg, Germany, on the ?8th. Three men were killed and a fourth mortally wounded in a battle with revolvers following a quarrel in a lumber camp near Evelyn. Ky. A mother and her three children were burned to death and several persons were injured by a fire in the district inhabited by foreigners in PittsJ. burg. .. - MISS BESSIE FARRELL. H r r elueiLiLi lull i nira ir,ir. Brooklyn, N. Y., is Presi- ivi Ave., dent of i he Young- People's Christian Temperance Association. She writes: "Pei-unis certainly a valuable nerve and blood remedy, calculated to build U health of worn out the broken-dowwomen. I have found by personal experience that it acts as a wonderful restorer of lost strength, assisting the stomach to assimilate and digest the tissues. food, and building ui worn-ou- t In my work I have had occasion to recommend it freely, especially to women. "1 know of nothing which is better to build upthe strength of a young' mother, in fact, all t'.ie ailments peculiar to women, so I am pleased to give it my hearty endorsement." Dr. Haitman has prescribed Peruna for many thousand women, and he never fails to receive a multitude of letters like the above, thanking- liiin for the wonderful benefits received. a n - Man-a-li- the Ideal Laxative. n The Reading, Pa., plant of the American Iron and Steel company, haa resumed operations after two months' idleness, and 1,000 men are again at work. stock Cadido Garcia, a wealthy grower, was shot and almost instantly killed from ambush near Clayton, N. M., and a neighbor is charged with the crime. Justice Day, in the New York supreme court, set aside the verdict of a jury and fined twelve jurymen $50 each for deciding the verdict by the flip of a coin. Nunzio Nasi, the former minister of public instruction of Italy, has been sentenced to a term of imprisonment on the charge of embezzlement from the state treasury. The vault of the First State bank of Clear Lake, Minn., was blown earThe ly oh the morning of the 28th. cracksmen secured $3,000 in currency and escaped on a handcar. Dal Hawkins, now confined in the Tucson, Arizona, jail, has confessed to killing Albert Leonhart, a carpenter, on December 22, whose murder has been a complete mystery. recent financial the Discussing crisis in the senate, Senator Nelson said that it was not due so much to the scarcity of money as to the difficulty in keeping money in circulation. The senate has confirmed the nominations of Louis A. Coolidge of Massachusetts, to be assistant secretary of the treasury; and Charles P. Grand-fielof Missouri, to be first assistant postmaster general. Conductor L. D. Cook of the Rio Grande, Yaqui & Pacific railroad, reports that Yaquis killed three Mexican members of his train crew, but spared himself and the engineer because they were Americans. The indictments against Judge Peter S. Grosscup of the United States court and four other directors of an electric railway, of Chicago, charging manslaughter, because of an accident last August, have been quashed. The Women's Municipal league of New York City is investigating dishwater. It has been suggested that an organized effort to purify dishwater in New York's hotels and restaurants will be of great value to the city. From present indications it is estimated that there will be about fifty United States warships of the various classes assembled in the San Fran Cisco bay with the arrival of Rear Admiral Evans' fleet early in May. Whether or not a republic is soon to supplant the monarchy in Portugal, it is practically the unanimous opinion in Lisbon that the near future will witness a violent struggle in which the life of the monarchy may be at stake. Receiver Strawn of the defunct Farmers & Drovers' National bank of Waynesburg, Pa., has notified the former directors of the bank that they will have to contribute the 6um of $1,500,000 as a result of the failure of the bank. An opinion, written by Judge Gantt, was handed down by the supreme court of Missouri last week, holding that the law creating the court of general sessions in the city of St. Louis is unconstitutional and the court Is invalid and void. J. P. Morgan sailed for Europe on the 26th. The fact that Mr. Morgan regards the financial situation as sufficiently cleared to permit him to go abroad was interpreted as a favorable Indication in Wall street and In banking circles generally. Three children of Mrs. W. A. Davis were burned to death in a Are which destroyed their home in Santa Rosa, N. M. It is supposed the fire was started by explosion of a gasoline stove while Mrs. Davis was calling upon a sick neighbor. William Jones and his wife. Irene to the Jones, have been sentence penitentiary for the kidnaping of Lillian Wulff, an Chicago girl, last December. The man was term and the wogiven a thirly-yeaman twenty-fivyears. All the railroads doing business In Minnesota have reported their 1907 earnings to State Auditor Ivorson. The total gross earnings for the year, as reported, were $88,81493, as against $84,751,847 the year previous, an increase of more than four million dollars. The use In Bniall quantities of of soda and sulphur dioxide as food preservatives will be permitted pending the formal action of the referee board of consulting scientific ex perts. according to an order Issued last, week by the department of agri culture. The monthly statement of the collections of Internal revenue shows that for the month of January, 1908 the total receipts were $19,742,004, which is a ! crease as compared with January, 107, of W7,01J, In the collections on spirits there was a de VMM of $479.5.33 d mmmw aut w r javmw b& ear w SHOES COMFORT Thousands of women thoroughly enjoy the genuine relief and comfort of Martha Washington Comfort Shoes. They fit like a glove and feel as easy as a stocking. No bother about buttons or laces; they just slip on and of! at will. Elastic at the sides prevents ana or squeezing, omening gives with every movement of the foot. Absolute comfort guaranteed. Your dealer will supply youj if not, write to us. Look for the name and Trade Mark on the sole. Send the name of a dealer who docs not handle Martha Washington Comfort Shoes, and we will send vou free, of postpaid, a beautiful picture Martha Washington, size 1 5x20. We also make the stylish "Leading Lady Shoes." FRBBl F. 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I am now in excellent health." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-MilburCo., Buffalo, N. Y. Ml ), RESOLVED TO SNUB EVE. Mrs. Intheswim Intended to Draw cial Line in Heaven. So- CURED HER CHILDREN. "Girls Suffered with Itching Eczema Baby Had a Tender Skin, Too Relied on Cuticura Remedies. "Some years ago my three little girls had a very bad form of eczema. Itching eruptions formed on the backs of their heads which were simply covered. I tried almost everything, but failed. Then my mother recommended the Cuticura Remedies. I washed my children's heads with Cuticura Soap and then applied the wonderful ointment, Cuticura. I did this four or five times and I can say that they have been entirely cured. I have another baby who is so plump that the folds of skin on his neck were broken and even bled. I used Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment and the next morning Mme. the trouble had disappeared. Napoleon Duceppe, 41 Duluth St., Que., May 21, 1907." in overs appeal to the walk of life ami are essential to permanent Accor-inglsuccess and creditable standing it is not clai.neil that Syrup of l'igt and l'.li.vir of Senna is the only remedy of known value, but one of many rea on why it is the best of persnnal ami fa.niljr d y, one-thir- laxatives is the fact that it dean es, sweetens ami relieves the internal orpins on which it acts without any debilitating after electa and without having to iiicrras the quantity from time to time. Proud Mother Everybody says the baby looks like me. Her Brother The spiteful things don't say that to your face, do they? EXCELLENT FOR COLDS. Mix two ounces of glycerine with half pint of good whiskey and add f ounce of Concentrated Oil of Pine. The bottle is to be well shaken each time and used in doses of a teaspoon-fu- l to a tablespoonful every four hours. 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If you want to hatch for It today XWSSSm A8c8M?sr men prtevwi Sold, silver. MmLJIi Oold.Mfc-v.t- . fold, MM': Zinc urCoiiper.ll. Cyan Id Mil Mail) UK titv'l(ijM"s nnd full prir' lintannloD appUe tlnn. Control and umpirr work fllrltd. vlllei Colo, llcft.unce, CttrLoni Katlun&l Btuik. of this pper de any-""s:nnK to RFAFiFRQ II v ills Ll vJ That le remember Qulncy, Illinois HOWARD E. BURTON, "Bromo Quinine" Alws,Ti Ss Urwkua, 1. There Is Only One USro mm sc's " mon'm$2.5U,$3.Ullaiid S.3.BOs.hoem In of Itching. I'llea In Bleeding I to U days or muosr ref uuaed. Protruding 60c. Some silence may much of it Is Ironical. VUfim MEMPCR FAMILY, MEN, BOYS, WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN. W. L. moro crpT, Oouglam mnknn nnd Goethe: There is nothing mors frightful than ignorance in action. 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"The western farmer is waking up to a realization of the fact that he is, a the agricultural department told him some time ago, losing not less than $100,000,000 a year from rats," says J. H. Van Burden, a Milwaukee "It costs about 50 grain merchant. cents a year to feed a rat. We know this because we have boxed them up and fed them as much grain as they would eat for a year. It is a conservative estimate to place our rat population at 150,000,000. About of them live in the large cities, where they do not get so much grain." If umirtrdwlth ure 971, m , ; rrirt Thompson's Eye Wtttr W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 10. 1101.