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YOURE TOO THIN. WAR iN RACE Even Slight Catarrhal Derangements of the Stomach Produce Acid Fermentation It's LYNCHED cf the Food. Stomach Catarrh Some people are thin and always remain thin, from temperamental reason. Probably In such cae nothing can be done to change this personal peculiarity. lint there are a large number of people who got thin, or remain thin, who naturally would be plnmp and fleshy bnt for some directive derangement. Thin people lack in adipoie tissue. Adipose tissue la chiefly compuaed of fat. Fat la derived from the oily constlt-ven- Tragedy Follows the Murder of Two White Men, Which Was Laid to Members of Black Race. Sunday night nine met death at the hands of a r.ioh in the vicinity of Hemphill, in Sabine county, and as a result a terrible race war is feared, every man in that section haring secured anuB, and an attack is expectM at any moment. The lynching followed the killing of Houston, Texas i egroes ta food a are called by claaa of food are not digeated in the stomach at all. They are digeated in the duodenum, the division of the alimentary canal just below the atoinach. The digestion of fat la mainly, if not wholly, the work of the pancreatic Juice. Thie Juice la of alkaline reaction, and i rendered inert by the addition of acid. A hyperacidity of the digeative fluid of the atoinach panning down into the duodenum, duatruya a. the pancreatic fluid for digeative Therefore, the fata are not digested or emulsified, and the ayatem la deprived of its due proportion of oily constituent, lienee, the patient growa pur-poae- thin. The beginning of the trouble la a catarrhal condition of the stomach which cause hyperacidity of the gastric juices. This hyperacidity is caused by fermentation of food in the stomach. When the food is taken Into the stomach, if the process of digestion doea not begin immediately, acid fermentation will take place. This creates a hyperacidity of the stomach julcca which in their turn prevent the pancreatic digestion of the oils, and tho emaciation r'wulta. A dose of rnna before each meal hastens the stomach digestion. By hurrying digestion, Peruna prevents fermentation of tho content of the stomach, and the pancreatic juice la thus preserved in lta normal state. It then only remains for the patient to eat a sufficient amount of fatAurming foods, and the thinness disappears and plumpness takes its place. He Had Broken Something. Mrs. Wilson had a young Japanese ervant who had a habit of trying to conceal from his mistress any breakage of dishes of which he chanced to be guilty. The good lady explained that It was wicked to deceive, and directed the Japanese to tell her whenever he broke anything. The boy promised to do as she adOne day. while Mrs. Wilson vised. was entertaining some friends In the parlor, the Japanese suddenly apHis teeth peared In the doorway. were bared In a childlike smile, and his eyes siarkled with the light of conscious virtue: "Mem a Wirson, you ter-r- a me, when break somesing to terra you. I break my pants!" Success Magazine. NO. BUT HE USED TO BE. Typs "No, sir. Australia. Five unidentified Italians, railroad laborers at I hlgh. Pa., on the Poeono mountains, were killed by a premature blast. sent?'' The Le-moi- T t 28,-85- 1 Are you Interested in things psychical, Mr. Dubbs? I haven't Miss Cuichaw; No, wheeled any since the ch&inless-gearesafety came in. d It Cures While You Walk. i a certain cure for Allen's Foot-Eas- e hot, sweating, callous, and swollen, aching bold all feet, by Druggists. Price 25c. Don't accept any aulwtitute. Trial package FREE. Address Allen 8. Olmsted, Lc Roy, N. Y. Jersey Legislation. Thst was a disgusting sla the governor took at our bills," said the New Jersey legislator. "Seemed to Irritate him as much as mosquito bills admitted the disgruntled colleague. nitro-glycerin- e y Berg-ntanu- sere burned. SIGNS SICK HEADACHE ICARTERS Positively cured by these Little Pills. Thsjr also lTTLE IVER PILLS. rsllr-r- s sfr, IUrt t he Mini t li . C tat Titinriu. rain In th Hid, TOH PH) I.IYKK. in they regulate the bowel. Purely Ywiable. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simi- le Members of Rusaian Duma Get Increase in Salary. St. Petersburg. The cabinet on Monday Introduced In the duma a bill the salaries of the members of the duma to $2.ino a year, with of $12.r.o for each day a i penalty 'entity Is absent. If not. excused meets bill Th by the chair. the wishes of the deputies, as they e complain that the sum they now Is wholly Inadequate to Hip St. Petersburg srale of Tvinc. and It Is exported to pass without opposition. Die-Hym- from DynMib$i, Id diprwtion and Tk Hearty Em tin?. A pfrwt remedy fur Tiziur, Nau Tatr OF CIVILIZATION. Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. Seven Deaths in Chicago From Heat Prostration. Chicago. The hottest day of the tear, with the mercury standing at:i; degrees, brought death anl sufferSeven ii.- g to Chicago on Monday. maths were reported to the coroner's .ffice and heat prostrations were nuIn addition, a mad dog srare ll crons. the city, and tho throughout proud rhHcf of police ordered Ills men to l.oot all uimiuzlcrl dogs. A similar order issued in Morton Park, a suburb. resulted in the killing of roFy dogs In a few hours country. Detachments of the Russian force that recently invaded Persian territory in punishment for the depredations of Persian brigands arc withdrawing. With the payment by Persia of the Indemnity exacted the difficulty with Teheran is considered at an end. E. T. Bethel, the British subject who was found guilty before a British sedition court at Seoul of through the medium of a newspaper published in thu Korean vernacular, aud of which he is proprietor, has been sentenced to three seeks' imsirr-udin- g I replied the saintly young- "Chew gum or read novels?" "Never, sir." "Play Juggler with the paper weights or talk nonsense through the telephone when your employer is ah g of Cleveland Tho public echoed be equipped with bookhohlers may two white men hy negroes. Two weeks which enable ihe scholars to sit erect and several other while ago Hugh studying. white men visited the negro church The total value of the crops and and school house where a dance was In Kansas this year is figstock live In progress, presumably in quest of the board of agriculture out ured by liquor, it being the custom of some of to be $4G3,G4S.tiuG. the negroes to sell whiskey during the The national congress of Sun Do of such affairs. 3 rogress has proclalintd General llamon mingo killed was Dean Muring the evening Caceres president of the reand six negroes were held for the six years. of term a for killing. At the preliminary examina- public on June 19, amid Governor Glenn, tion the evidence tended to show that the procceremonies, signed to Imposing at formed dance was the the plot lamation making prohibition effective kill Dean. Carolina. North In January 1, 1909. a M. Aaron Johnson, Saturday last. Pom named A Frenrh engineer prominent fanner, was assassinated vhile seated at a dining table with teaux announces the invention of an his wife and child, the bullet being electric gun which, without powder or For this other explosive, is capable of firing tired through a window. crime Perry Trice, a negro, was ar- 1.200 shots a minute. rested, and. it is stated, confessed. ImDr. Thomas W. Small, surgeon of plicating Robert WYlght. a relative of the American line steamer St. Louis, one of the negroes held for Dean's roinmitted suicide in his cabin on the murder. Price declared he was of- steamer at New York by shooting. fered fa to kill Johnson. No cause for the act is known. Then followed the forming of a A man and a woman have been ivoh, the overpowering of the Jailer at condemned lo death at Warsaw on lieiniihill and the lynehing of six ne- the charge of being implicated in a groes held for the murder of Dean. recent attempt to kill General Skal-IoFive were hanged to the same tree, governor general of Warsaw. while another attempted to escape and Fe locomotive shops of the Santa was shot to death. I.nter In the night William McCoy, another negro, was entire system were last week ordered shot and killed while standing at the closed until June 29. This will affect gate of the Johnson home, and next over 1,000 men In Topeka, Kansas. morning the bodies of two more ne- Scarcity of work Is given as the cause. groes were found in the creek bottom. It is reported that in a fight between Indians and Mexican troops, at Yaqul LOOKING FOR TROUBLE. a water hole between Guay mas and Document Issued and Herinoslllo. several Mexican soldiers Bloodthirsty were killed. The troops are still purDistributed About Manila. the Yaquis. suing antiManila. An Inflammatory All publications having anrachlstle American circular has been Issued find it prachere anonymously and distributed. It tendencies will hereafter use of the hears the cabalistic signs of the old tically impossible to make distributheir mails for United States Katipunan society, and denounces the tion as the result of orders Issued by Americans, saving they have brought tyranny instead of liberty, and that the postmaster general. and Daniel Jones, Frank Spikes their purpose Is to rob and enslave of all Raleigh, white, Lee, Haywood tins Filipinos. It calls them shameless, attacks S. C., were killed at the Raleigh phosdishonest, drunken thieves, the morality of American women and phate works by the escape of sulphuric acid gas. Three others were almost accuses the government of graft. Pending open revolution, it urges a overcome but recovered. The Lemolne diamond case came to campaign Involving the assassination of Individual Americans, burning their a sensational ending with an unexhouses, killing their animals and conclimax in Paris last week. cludes with the wish for long life to pected has fled, and his famous forAmerto the the Filipinos" and death for manufacture of diamula the icans. It Is doubted if the circular will be productive of any serious re- monds is a fantastic farce. sults. Fifty fishing boats have been wrecked (MI the coast of Kagoshima, and 350 LAWS. BROKE of their crews have been drowned. The governor of the province has reTwenty-fou- r Paper Manufacturera quested assistance from the govern-menFined $2,000 Each. navy yard at Sasebo. New York. Twenty-fou- r companiei The census bureau has Issued a premanufacturing manila wrapping paper liminary report showing that the total were fined $2,000 each by Judge cut of lumber in the United States Hough In the Unllod States circuit during the calendar year 1907 was court on Monday. They pleaded guilty 47,256,154,000 feet, board measure, on Friday last to maintaining an it the number of lumber mills being gal combination in restraint of trade. They were members of the Manila and The Yigorlt powder plant at Pinole, Fiber association. a few miles north of Berkeley, Cal., In imposing the fines. Judge Hough said that the combination of paper caught fire, causing the manufacturers was a rlcar violation of mixing house to blow up. As there law, but be- was plenty of time for the employees the Sherman anil-trus- t cause of extenuating circumstances he to escape, none of them was Injured The com- or killed. v. mild Impose a fine only. panies have arranged to pay their fines Six firemen were injured and propthrough their counsel. erty loss estimated at about $50,000 was caused In a fire which partially Town Wiped Out by Fire. brick building destroyed a tour-storThree Rivers, Quebec. Fanned hy In the Commerby ocupied Chicago, out broke which i high wind, a fire and the Amercial Cabinet company shortly before noon Monday, in a ican Industrial company. stable, was not checked until the William Hamilton Young, manager greater part of the lower town, con- of the Washington office of the Westof the taining the business section ern Union Telegraph company and fa'Ity, had been consumed. Then, with miliarly known to newspaper men the assistance of firemen summoned throughout the country as Col. Ham by special trains from Montreal. QueYoung, died on June 19. He was one bec. Sherhrooks and Grande Mere, it of the oldest telegraphers of the counAlmost every was hold in check. try. Miilding nt any consequence in that The Westinghouse electric Interests was tho section of destroyed, city In Germany have formed a combinahall. tlie imstolfice. the city Electric very hotel worthy of the name with tion with the Bergniann one exception, the fine building of the company of Berlin, whereby the will install the Westinghouse Hochelaga Rank, and most all of the Over 200 buildings electric traction systems in that .eading storea. ANTI-TRUS- of ster in the doorwa. eigners. record The worlds is 2,394 animals In nine hours. This was done at llawks Ray Btalion, in n, i of Office Boy a Creature Funny Man's Brain. So you have come in answer to my advertisement fur office boy?" said the old broker briskly. "Do you smoke cigarettes?" Di-a- the physiologist, hydrocarbon. Thie TOO GOOD FOR THIS EARTH. The warm weather on Sunday drove thousands to the beaches at New York City fur relief, and as a result eight drownlngs were rciorted. The powers interested have agreed to send a warship tu Tangier to safeguard the lives and property of forsheep-shearin- of food. The NEGROES NINE PLEASANT FOR PAPA. .NEWS SUMMARY TEXAS; prisonment. The steamship lines which carry freight from New York to the West Indies and Panama have hec-- lull'd bit by the slump In freight traffic. He of these lines say that they as are now carrying alKiut much freight as they did at this season last year. Additional arrests of alleged Mexican revolutionists were made last v( at Nuevccases Grandcs. Mexico. Thirty are now in jail. Among Mu prisoners Is Santa Ana Perez, leader of the Temnsachlc revolution of 1 !:, when the Mexico custom house of waa raided. two-third- s l'u-tom- Minisu-- "No. sir." You kept beautifully was preaching, Willie. "Ever go to the circus?" Never saw a eireus in my life, sir" "How about baseball? lo you take two or three afternoons a wlek tu see the game?" him up. "Ikui't like baseball, sir." The old broker hit the end off his ECZEMA ALL OVER HIM. cigar. "My boy. he said, quietly, "this is No Night's Reit for a Year and Limit the twenty-nintstory, isn't it?" of hi Endurance Seemed Near "1 think so. sir." Owes Recovery to Cuticura. for Well, It is not high enough you." "My son Clyde was almost com"Not high enough for me. sir?" pletely covered with eczema. Physi"No. you belong up in paradise." cians treated him for nearly a year News. Chicago without helping him any. His head, and neck were covered with large face, A MATTER OF COMPULSION. scabs which he would rub until they fell off. Then blood and matter would run out am! that would lie worse. No Soup, No Dinner, the Rule Laid Down by Barney. Friends coming to see him said that If he got well lie would be disfigured' for Six years ago. when the king visited life. When it seemed as If he could some amusing incidents were Dublin, possibly stand it no longer, I used due to the grotesqueness o! recorded some Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Ointsome hotel waiters apparently just ment, and Cuticura Resolvent. That was the- first night for nearly a year fresh from rural life. One hotelkeeper told such a newly that ho slept In the morning there "server" that he must alimported was a great change for the better, in at About six weeks he was perfectly well. ways serve every one wlih soup he that and he certain dinner quite Our leading physician recommends Cuticura for eczema. Mrs. Algy Imd it. ensued the following Thcreiiimn Cockburn, Shiloh. O., June 11, 1907." scene between a visitor and the new r while 1 Did you like the sermon? Kid No, sir; but pnpu said he'd spank me good and ;ienty if 1 woke Btill Airs. Sallie French, of Inucaunla, Iml. Ter., writes to Mrs. llnkham: I had female troubles for sevra and so neryears w a all vous I could not do anything. Tbs di irs t rcaicil me for d iffere nt troubles hut ilid me no pood. While in this condition 1 wrote to Mrs. 1'inkham for and look Lvdia K. I'inkhama Vrge--t run-dow- n, ad-vi- ble Compound, and mud ' reLittle Elsie, who hod turned from a visit to Washington, was describing in her companion some of Hie wonderful things she had ob- Don't hesitate to write to Mrs. Pinkliam if there Is anything about your aicknesa you do not understand. She will treat your let nrin confidence and advise you free. No woman ever regretted writing her, and because of her vast experience she has helped thousands. Address, Lynn, lllass. rundl-tka- lllr J. CIIENEY by TmijENfNU. LXK 7ft. IWada, a lake Hall baniily Pill lur aonsupatioa. What the Fox Really 8ald. The fox that Aesop made looked np at the grapes Days of Bohemia Ended. Bohemia has ceased to exlBt in tho "Grapes sour! hooted the old owl far up in the vines. Paris Latin quarter, according to Al"They may be, yawned the fox. In- fred Capus, the playwright, who may differently, or they may be preserved be regarded as an authority on tho sweet by some chemical process. You point. In A lecture delivered on beknow the pure food laws are not as half of the Malaon d'Etudlanta," strict as they might be. Anyway, I which Is to be the headquarters of don't care for them because I am the General Association of Paris Stuafraid of apiiendicitls. "We must not dents, he remarked: And sly Reynard darted away to en- be afraid to acknowledge that our stujoy the sport of a fox hunt. dents are no longer Hoheniians." Innovation In Polities. People Talk About Good Things. The recent municipal elections in Twelve yiur ago few people knew nf hn a 1imdcr for the Paris were remarkable not only for such a after Hie genuine merits of the candidature of M. Laloe, who waa Fret. told year after have Allen's soundly beaten, but for the first re- ye:ir hy pr.itetul jk'Ixpiis, it is iiidispens-corded candidature of a domestic serv- nlilr to liiilliiiliK. it is cleanly, heiiling and nnlisrptir and gives ant. The liveried class is supposed to nml comfort to tired aching feet. take on the political color of l(s sur- rest It cures while jou walk. Over .td.fioO J mital ioiih pay the dealer testimonials. roundings and to be as a rule, but this candidate stood as a larger fimf it otherwise you would never In-da- Font-Hus- L-e- o I wlinlr-Mirn- I lie oll'ered a eiih- -t it utr for Allen's (lie original font muilrr. Ask for and see that you get it. Allens a republican socialist, and he Is said to have been strongly his kind. supported by The Very Way. I don't understand an expression In the book I have been reading, jia; " how do you get over the bay?' daugha my schooner, "By taking ter. FULLY NOURISHED Grape-Nu- a n Balanced Perfectly Food. Fnnt-Kii'-- r. Foot-Eas- , :un'g Vegetable Compound, made f ii im roots, ami lierlxs, lias been the standard remedy for female ilia, and has sisit ively cured thousandaof women wlio have lce.n troubled with hearing-- served in the Capitol City. One evening, said she. breathlessly, "papa took me to have supper at a grand hotel where the dining room was awfully big. and at the tables Around us sat great senators and Deafness Cannot He Cured with their wives, all untilHutMitiK. mi (Kiev rannot reach Hip local by champagne! drinking iMirtliHi nl the ear. 'Iliere ip only one may Id "I stipiiose the manners of these cure ileufnew, nimI that In by itHiNtituiNMial rpmcdii. In niuMNi hy mi Hirtnimal roiKlltlon of tlie DettfiicNN great persons were perfect?" ventured mufoiu iihitiK nf ihe KunimIjuii lube, tt Iwii Him ml In tnrUmeil ymi lrnve a runitiiiiiK pound nr imher companion, with widened eyea. perfect hrariiiK. and wImii it In entirely rkiwd. lhf-iuin I the renult, ami unkiw tlie influnuiiMltuu .Yes, returned Elsie. "But, she takenIn out and till tube reetored to iin normal i, added, with a sudden burst of enthusihearing will be deainiyed forever; nine rawa of leu are eaiwd by Catarrh, which In nothing asm, the deportment of the colored out but an tnAamrd eonditkiu of tlie niuemiN nurfaren. We wlU Hive One Hundred for nny fane of gentlemen who served the wine waa Ytaafnnw trawied by eaiarrhi that rannot tie rural perfectly beautiful!" Hevtd for Catarrh rtreulara. free. Hire, hy Halil V. Acrid am now strong displacements, in llammat ion, ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregularities, jienodic pains, backache, that down feeling, flatulency, indiea-- t ion,d iz7.iness,or nervous prostration. Vhy dont you try it? "Soup, sir?" said Harney. "No soup for me." said the visitor. "Hut you must have it, said Bar noy: "It's Hip rules of the house. "Hang tlie bouse! exclaimed the When 1 visitor, highly exasperated. don't want soup I won't eat It. Get along with you!" "Well." said Harney, with solemnity, "all 1 can say Is just Mils it's the rules of the house and rnrra a drop else ye'll get till ye finish the soup!" Ixjndon Telegraph. a 1 wl-IL-" FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. link-- h waiter: IMPRESSED THE LITTLE ONE. Deportment of Colored Gentleman Matter of Admiration. After suffering for seven year, this oman was restored to health By Lydia ILPinklm ms Vegetable Compound, ltead tier letter. Peace for Once.-- i "I tell you, Judson Is a slick chap," "He took his laughed Silas Hyetnp. wife to Washington and kept her In tho congressional library four hours. "What did lie do that for?" asked Hiram llanlapplc. "Why, hegosh. they fine you If you talk In that building, and for four hours she didn't sicak a word." Food Product Libbys Veal Loaf is made of the best selected meat, scientifically prepared and even ly baked by damp heat in Libby'i Great White Kitchen. The natural flavor is all retained. When removed from the tin its ready to serve! It can he quickly prepared in a variety of styles and nothing makes a better summer meal. - In the home; at the camp, and for the picnic Libby's Yeal Loai is a satisfying dish; full of food value that brings contentment! Libby. McNeill & Libby, Chicago. PARKER'S TEA . HAIR BALSAM CIhmh bmitifo. You think one tea as rnMMM . hniurant . No chemist's analysis of Grape-Nutto XMtar. Oi Ml of value real can begin to show the liar to it. Youth fill Colon Can. min d:mn halt Wan the food the practical value as shown good as another? by iersonal experience. you buy at Why It is a food that is peifoetly balMNAKEftlSirj PNllNf. iHANilll PLKwSX elements needed Ihe anced, supplies lowest price you see the I at dnif(l car aai tempi iH BK. of liraln and nerves in all stages of "ANAKE6IS" in the window? life from the infant, through tl.e strenYrlfeuB. Bldlf.. Tom uous times of active middle life, and Ymir grrs'er return your rnr in y if yuu dont Is n comfort and support in old age. 1 orwo MKN 11 like Sthilki.g s Ilrst. pay hmInn. i4irwyr. "For two jears have used Grapi-Nut- s actual work- - no lx. In. Tw. third of u.i mi proflii lUvulikl Riiiotitf wnrfcvim. Hook of oxiliinaiiua art with milk and a little cream, for with men of worth wnl fiw, KUiu to rJU land. r.NMS PHTimU Wlicn you Ul breakfast. I am comfortably hungiy think how- - you may nttain their lord: Til A IKK, KM to Kant h In Anni'lea. I alifuraife for my dinner at noon. when you see those of an opposite NEW "I use little meat, plenty of vege- iharaefer. look within and examine JOHN W . MORRIte for the yourself.--Confuciu1 tables and fruit in sea-oWfcaUiuffUMi Da CL noon meal, and if tired at tea Mine, alone and fei I l erfeet-llake Grape-Nut! There Isn't much philosophy In n Thompson's EyeWater noiirii-tied- . if It doesn't get busy when In man memand "Nerve ami brain j'ower. Pus occasion to visit a graveyard W. N. U., Salt Lake City. No. 26, 190S, ory are much Improved slice using . wei!i I ami Grape-Nut'am mer sixty MAKE MONEY seeing 155 lbs. My sou ami im"--- ' r in the hTccdcr lliein who now si fI sturdy hpnlth so they ran fut on fleih for I how h;ne Improved, Iftin- - grower who impru-.'c- s I the dip, by dipping with (jirupo-NiitH- . man, Is a g travdli who son. "My GHLORO-NAPTHOLEU- M eam nothing for breakfast hut Gtiie-Nutgla-'if milk. An aunt, ami on Row Permitted by U. S. Governnent for thi Olcial Dipping of Sheep for Scab over 7o. seems fully nourished a Gi'silie-Niii- s and cream." "Tlu-ri-mcfi in ilia J'nrtitdl fq nf ihr ..vji'-- kind v fnr cicriis in fhf field, and rppnrfo fnm th and i.'fst (i4.lar fnjiMn as, iL.w ih it lht rim inlet fed band ! mni tick, bee, R ason." tlirm nut Utr priiijc lerdinc in cmidfnn that meant mmww f,r,i r ,ud .f vir; i r h and It mean more a iX 'f Ac tnc rietrs t t'r Name given hy l'ohtiim f'o . Hat'!e "W le u m r in vnu at one umt n t m lernloiv Tke: I fat , jh ol 5 (!., Jfeycs lr ltoa-,Well to "The Mich. it Ire Read i n and dues best C'reik. q unfirv itveaiie it c it v .Dm5" ; s vpudirnMr itmn A'td 0.raprt Named everywhere. a AkmiI j.'uiv.for., nok, Ville," in pkgs r .W' n a very shnrl. Sktfp ils&i't i) .tmi ATrP'Vif snrnl.nc and siviharff l:iirmiR..y fi' hiicai iM-- in.it w:ii lit.w vu hipwv in. Svpd Inf lampitmmmimf Ever read the above letter? 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