The Krebs Banner. (Krebs, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 16, 1908 Page: 2 of 4
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THE KREBS BANNER
A3KS *203,293 FOR OKLAHOMA
RAISED FROM A SICK BED.
John C\ Vernon, l’uli.
Good of Debating Societies.
Schoolboys who declaimed The boy
stoodon the burning deck, whonaall
h'.ttlm ml fled have l*«•«,n laughed off
the platform, ami no* like Fourth of
July ppread-cagle orators, aie only a
memory of the older generation. Hut
the declaiming hckeolbo\. for all his
sheepish slurring of words and vocif-
erous false emphases got one great
benefit- practice in standing on his
feet before an audience. To give his
s M-cesMirs similar practice, forensic
debating under proper Instruction is
clearly the thing for upper grammar
« lass*-*, high schools and academies
1 >ehating means not only speaking hut
thinking, and is therefore more valua-
ble than speaking pieces A recent
leafle: of tin* New ICngland Asaociatlou
of Teachers of Knglish makes a strong
plea for the enci^iiragemeut on th *
part of teachers and parents of organ-
ized debate between schoolboys. It
lias the excitement of contest, is re.
lated to the teaching of Knglish. and
has a bearing on a moral question
that has vexed our schools the qu°s-
lion of secret fraternities and clubs
These societies usually have nothing
important to do. The presence in
every school of one or more debating
societies would satffih in a hea'tby
way the mysterious desire of young
men and women "tu belong to some
McGuire Wants Money to Cover Con* Perry Has Lots of $35,000 and H»*v
etitutional Convention Deficiency 1 ton's Blaze Cost $15,000.
WASHINGTON CongreuUM Mo-I PEKKY: FIto bu*ln*o» housi-*,
, (iuire mad- an argument before the | of ,rttra" construction ami oonijiiis-
house comniltti-H on appropriat'ona < :nte a quarter <»r u block in the con-
for on appropriation for to I "*r ot Ihe dUtrlct. were ,b-
pay the deflclcncy f the Oklahoma
constitutional convention and elec-
tion. He asked that the secretary of
the interior he designated as disburs-
ing officer and that lie he author-
ized to appoint an agent to Invest!-
stroyed by fire
The total loss
of any claim
The agent is t
and $200 a m >
ond elect ioi
') a month
than $55,000 The fire
a vacant building and
have been of iucendiai1
HINTON ' vhi<
originated in the office
Record, destroyed tw»
liotibes, among them tii
Hustler printing offie*
Hank and post office. .i
$ 1 In 1 '1 FIro i
Ilia iequate and the <■;t
s estimated at more
> believed to
it is thought
if tin* Hinton
• Record and
much more than had ev
other territories H<>w«
showed that oil a basis
Oklahoma shoui 1 have
compared to the Dakot.
000, compared to Wyom!
inittec gave no indicurjt
it would do w,'li thi* m
turned down several bit;
aeter which tin* democr
from Oklahoma introdm
RECEIVE THREATENING LETTER
State Officials Are Warned That they
timi* to saving pa
- <s of the com. n
of tin* buildings
rather than in t
forts to novo the
TIih losses are
is follows: Hint
HusLor. $2 cjf
y meat market $
200, NVvv State m
••at market. $1.2'"
Ret »nl offi. .. 5'l
racket tore, fl.oiii
». telephone offie
t'HJO; Miller drug
ton $1 5hU! M h
ket clothing stoic
$1,200. State Hat
After Being an Invalid with Kidney
Disorders for Many Years.
John Armstrong, Cloverport, Ky .
Bays: "1 was an invalid with kidney
complaints for many
years, and cannot
*rtil what agony I
endured from back-
ache. My limbs
wort) swollen twic«
natural size and my
Bight was weaken-
ing The kidney se-
cretions were d Is
colored and had a sediment. When I
wished to eat my wife had to raise
me up In bed. Physicians were un-
able to help me and 1 was going down
ta-;* when I began using Doan's Kid
ney Pills After a short time I felt
a great improvement and am now as
strong and healthy us a man could he
I give Doan's Kidney Pills all the
credit for it.'*
Sold by all dealers 50 cents a box
Foster-Milburn Co., Hnffalo, N. Y.
CAME AT INOPPORTUNE TIME.
Needed a Can-Operer.
One of th«* curious features of life
on board modern warships Is the m*
cessity of providing can openers. In
these days a very large proportion of
the supplies necessarily consists of
canned goods. Official statistics show
that on a big battleship when at sea
and far away from home markets
*here fresh goods may be obtained
no less than 750 cans must In* opened
every time dinner is served to the
crew This means wearisome work if
the can lids are removed in the ordi-
nary fashion, ami the government * .
confronted with the problem of pro-
viding a machine that shall do the
work satisfactorily ami expeditiously.
Experiments with this end in view are
being conducted by the navy depart-
inent, and the man who provides an
acceptable machine doubtless will net
of ike state admin
celved anonymous l
strut ion have re-
nters threatening i
dispatch stating -stipemi oi
atoning Governor ; ,na'^'
*<1 in Mils-
them with death as the result of the
Jim crow law was made known in
connection with the
that a let
Haskell and Marshal Ledbetter of
that city hail
When Governor Haskell saw the
dispatch he laughed It is ridicu-
lous. of course, " lie said "The com-
munication, to ail appearances, is
from some crank, l attach no im-
portance whatever to it "
Although this is the first direct
threat that lias been made against
P“j governor, several unsigned letters
of a similar nature have been receiv-
ed by Attorney General West and his
Senator Clint Graham# the author
of the separate coach law, has gotten
COMMISSION HANGS OUT
No Funds. No Work. Say the Cor-
GUTHRIK The announcement of
tin* corporation commission not to
fill outside engagements until the
general appropriation bill has been
passed by the legislature has result-
ed iu numerous protests from all
parts of the state Towns that are
noted for their initiative have taken
Hie matter into their own hands.
The commissioners hive received of
fer> of ample expense money to go
to Hobart and It.-.; MesvilK where
they were to have i
lugs on depot matter
in the constitution
bidding state officers
Community Just Then Looked
Disfavor on Wart Curers.
the offers uec-
1 ■’ rnituation to
'o that which ca
the office here.
is firm in its
ran sacted in
through the mail more than one com-
uuly put money In his purse ami win munleutlon or the black hand variety,
a creditable fame, but will do patriotic Ilo thinks there is no danger,
service to his country. ______
There is a difference of opinion as
to whether or not there has been ..
Uroi» in the prices of the necessities < f
OWES KANSAS $13,811.20
Oklahoma Prisoners tn Sunflower
State Cost Dearly
life. Hradstreet, who has been doing GlITIIRIK: According to the quar-
the family shopping lately, says there terly report of Warden W. H. Has-
has been a drop, while diamond deal kell, of the Kansas state penitentiary
ers declare that there has not. This which was received by Auditor M. E.
divergence of views may hinge largely Trapp last woek. there are 406 pris-
on wlmt we consider the necessities 0Ut>r8 ft’oto Oklahoma coullned in
of life. If they ar*,merely pork and that P«nltentlnr>.
bean8 the change In price at the re- One hundred and fourteen prison-
tall establishments has been too small er8 received at the penitentiary
to attract notice. Perhaps a few more fro,n Oklahoma during the quarter
beans are served for a dime, but not
enough for one to make a fuss aboifi.
If. however, articles of personal
adornment are regarded as necessities
of life the diamond dealer may he
right. At least we haven't noticed ho-
tel clerks putting their diamonds
away. This they would do If diamonds
w« re to come down so greatly as to be si j .,i
within the reach of all
ending March 51. Forty nine prison-
ers were discharged during that pe-
riod and of this number two died iu
the penitentiary hospital.
For the care of the prisoners under
the old Oklahoma contract Oklahoma
pays at the rate of 40 cents a day
for each prisoner, making a total
amount duo Warden Haskell of $13,-
Andover, Mass., distinguished as n*i
educational center, has Just received
a legacy of $500, the Income of which
shall be applied annually for an "old
fashioned spelling-match.'’ The con
tests will be public. The competitors
are to be between ten and eighteen
years of age. It may be that this
*ma,l 8«ni of money will do more fur
education than a million spent in re
search among the bugs of Patagonia—
If there are bugs in Patagonia.
Fire ;ji Perry last week destroyed
five business houses and caused a
$.’>.•.000 loss. The fire started in an
unoccupied building and is believed
to have been of incendiary origin.
FOR CRIME NEVER COMMITTED
Y. ant Vote on School Land Question
SN'i DEll: The Klow i County
Farmers Union has passed resolu-
tions condemning any action looking
to the sale of the stale school lands
until after the people hav * been giv-
en a chance to he h aid We de-
mand. ' says the reswluiion, "that the
question of selling the lands be sub-
mitted to a vote of tl’.e people at the
November ‘lection of the current
year without requiring the people to
circulate petitions to secure said
Perry to Raise $25*800
PERRY: The city council has got
to raise $25,000 to take up outstanding
city warrants that were issued dur-
ing the early days of the territory.
The United States supreme court
lias rendered a decision iu a suit
against the city by Charles Readies
of Guthrie, who purchasd the war-
rants. How to raise the money is
puzzling the council. Resides this
claim there has been another on©
filed by Attorney Whiteside who rep-
resented the city during the pr; sedi-
tion or the suit. He asks for a fee
New Trial Refused Tegeler
OKLAHOMA CITY: Overruling 20
alleged reasons why tile defendant
should be granted a new trial, Judge
Joseh (». Lowe of the district court
refused to grant a new trial in the
case of Rudolph Tegeler, who was re-
cently convicted of the murder of
James R. Meadows and sentenced to
life imprisonment. A motion for the
arrest of judgment was then submit-
t'‘d by Attorneys V N Munden ami
J. W. Johnston. This also was over-
Governor Haskell lias signed the
bill by Representative Harris of Car-
ter county authorizing cite-s to ex-
empt manufactories for a periot
five years. The law does not a
to institutions already in operatic*
NOW COMES TEST
"I have come Into this wild country
to tell my famous wart cure," an-
nounced the wandering faker.
“Wall, stranger," drawled Anther
Pete, "it would he advisable to leave
by the next stage. The last man that
Introduced a wart cure In this section
“Indeed! And what kind of a cure
“Wall, he had some cotton in a
satchel and he told the boys If they
wanted to get rid of their warts all
they had to do was to rub the warts
with the cotton. It turned out to be
“And did they get rid of the warts?"
“They did, and they got rid of the
wart doctor, also. That's his tomb-
stone by the borax mountain. Don't
step on It when you leave town,
stranger, and see that you leave town
SKIN TROUBLES CURED.
First Had Itching Rash—Threatened
Later With Blood-Poison in Leg—
Relied on Cuticura Remedies.
“About twelve or fifteen years ago
I had a breaking-out, and it itched,
and stung so badly that I could not ,
have any peace because of it. Three
doctors did not help me. Then 1 used
some Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Oint-
ment, and Cuticura Resolvent and
began to get better right away. They
cured me and I have not been bothered i
with the itching since, to amount to
anything. About two years ago I
had la grippe and pneumonia which
left me with a pain in my side. Treat-
ment ran it into my leg. which then
swelled and began to break out. The
doctor was afraid It would turn to
blood poison. I used his medicine
but it did no good, then I used the
Cuticura Remedies three times and
cured the breaking-out on my leg. J. F.
Ilennen, Milan, Mo., May 13,1907.”
NOTHING MORE TO SAY.
“Pardon my question, but how do
you know your wife doesn’t wish you
to take out insurance?"
“V-i'll, i'll toll you. She’s got a no-
tion I'm going to survive her ami that
it will be collected by No. 2.”
HIS WHEAT WENT 22
BUSHELS TO THE ACRE.
HE REALIZED $18 PER ACRE FROM
IT, WHILE OATS GAVE HIM
$17 AN ACRE.
Moose Jaw. Sask . Nov 18th, 1907.
Writing from Moose Jaw. Saskatche-
wan. Mr. S K Rath wall says:
‘ I have much pleasure In saying
that on my farm this year 1 had 500
acres in wheat, and 120 acres in oats.
My wheat averaged about 22 bushels
per acre, and I had 200 acres cut be-
fore the frost, which 1 sold at 85
cents per bushel, thus realizing on
that wheat $18.00 per acre, not count-
ing cost of twine, seed and labor. With
fgard to the other 500 acres of wheat,
it got touched with frost hut is worth
00 cents per bushel. It will net me
Si5.00 per acre, but I do not intend
to sell it at that price, as I can make
more mone> by feeding it to hogs.
M> oats turned out about 50bushels
to the acre, and at 55 cents per bushel
will give me $17.00 to the acre, not
counting seed, twine and labor.
On account of the late spting, a
percentage of the grain was touched
with frost, but on account of good
prices, farmers will realize u fair
profit on their farms even this year.
We are as usual up against a short-
age of cars to get our grain removed."
Leads Them AH.
An Instructor in the Military Acad-
emy at West Point was once assigned
to conduct about the place the visit-
ing parents of a certain cadet.
After a tour of the post, the proud
and happy parents joined the crowd
assembled to witness evening parade,
a most imposing spectacle. The
march past aroused the father of the
cadet to a high pitch of enthusiasm.
“There!" he exclaimed, turning to
his spouse. "Isn’t that fine? Rut." he
added, respectively, "I shall not be
happy till my boy attains the proud
position that leads 'em all." And he
pointed in rapt admiration to the
drum-major. — Illustrated Sunday
PUBLIC LAND OPENING.
24a.000 acres of irrigated govern-
ment Land in Rig Horn Danin, Wyom-
ing. will be thrown open for settlement
May 12, under the Carey Act. afford-
■ ing an opportunity to secure an irri-
gated farm at low cost. on t*asy pay-
ments. Only 30 days residence is re-
quired. A report containing official no-
tice of the drawing, maps, plats, and
full information has been published 1
bv the Irrigation Department, 405
Home Ins. Bldg., Chicago. Anyone in-
terested may obtain a free copy by ap- 1
plying to the Department.
“I haven't any money," said the
seedy wayfarer, "but if you’ll row me
across the river I'll give you an ex-
ceedingly valuable piece of advice
wW-c. we roach the othc side."
The ferryman at last consented.
As the traveler sprang up the oppo- |
site bank he rewarded the ferryman 1
with the following bit of useful coun-
“Never take any one across who ;
can t pay."
Starch, like everything else, la be-
ing constantly improved, the patent
Starches put on the market. 25 years
ago are very different and inferior to 1
those of the present day. In the lat-
est discovery—Defiance Starch—all in- i
jurious chemicals are omitted, while !
the addition of another ingredient, in-
vented by us. gives to the Starch a
strength and smoothness never
proached by other brands.
The extraordinary popularity of flno
white goods this summer makes the
choice of Starch a matter of great Im-
portance. Defiance Starch, being free
from ail injurious chemicals, is the
only one which is safe to use on line
fabrics Its great strength as a stiffen-
er makes half the usual quantity of
Starch necessary, with the result of
ial t*< that when the
goods were new.
Couldn’t Catch Her.
“I ve just been done in oil by P.
Allette Dauber," remarked Mrs. Old-
"Now isn’t that too bad’" exclaimed
Mrs. Justgotit "One of them smooth
fellows tried to sell me a bunch of
oil stock a spell back and I turned him
If better were within, better would
j ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT
AVi-Jttable Preparation for As-
: similalitig the Food andUcgula-
bng the Stomachs and Bowels of
IVfvWTS .'-XhjlukJ..N j
ness and Rest Contains neither
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral
Not Marc otic.
K~,/» SOU DrSA.1VEiHK/rSR.
jilxStmn* * \
A'atkeiU %JtS •)
Tor Infanta and Children,
The Kind Yon Have
*mrm S*»d -
Aperfed Remedy for Constipa
lion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions. Fever i s h-
ness and Loss of Sleep
Facsimile Signature of
Thi Centaur Company,
A t, ftwbiil h % > ojqf., ,*yf
35au^> JfjAr m*i\
mranteed qndcr the Foodat^
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
THI CCNYAUN COMPANY. Nlw TOUR CITT.
$210 Buys a Farm
Or. Chaj. F. Simmons has Cut Up His 95.000 Acre Ranch Just South ot
San Antonio and Will Sell You a Farm of From 10 Acres to
640 Acres, (Including Two Town Lots) lor $210.
Payable $10 per Month Without Interest.
,, .. c _ S»n Antonio, l'eia«, April 22, 1907.
JJr. ( r Simmons. San Antonio, Texas:
lk*ar .vir I have iust returned from a trip over your Atascosa County
property, and to say that I am surprihed at what I saw, but fairly expresses
had expected something pretty good, because I have consid-
but what 1 ww ta far
•mPs- ■ ii*i«i expected Koineunng pretty goc
erahle faith in your agents, whom 1 happen to km
beyond my expectation.
1 drove hurriedly over pp.bablv twenty-live miles of ground, passing sev-
eral oi vour fi« wmg wells and tanks, and 1 don't believe that there is aa
fti*.*. of ground that i» not tit for first class cultivation
I pin my return to Little Koefc 1 eliall take i>ut several more .hare*
before they are gone, and util advise my friends all to take as many sa they
can afford. 1 r
J hive just written t/> my brother in Indiana, advising him to do this on
I eertamiv think vour proposition is one of the mo«t liberal propositions
-''it offered, ind I certainly think that the people of south Texas
1 you an everlasting debt of gratitude for the method you are
tie this v*—4-1-'----i - i
Allison and John Poe Convicted in
Oklahoma Federal Court
TULSA: In the United States court
Allison and John Poe. brothers, were
convicted of conspiring to wreck and
rob a Frisco mail train
December. R bert Poe. an-
William Waldorf Astor has Impart- other brother, and the v.iuti’est of the
»d another Impetus to the Oxford uni- trio- "*is acquitted. The Poes were
soon will bring about 1
in Oklahoma courts to *
to land given by Indian
hers. Secretary Garllei
ir Miami. | Inspi'Ctors make up .1
of deeds now on tile fo
8i a rx or Onto, city oi
Lt as i ujir
Frank .1. CutviT ms
part «r uf tlie firm of I J. Cii
bu#lti**«n Mi thtf • Uy of Toledo.
• f r>‘-H '1. mill tli.il mid flrui vr
• »Nr. HI K DUE D l)OLL A US ru
e»se . f . .. r akkh tlmt lauu.'l be cured by the u»e of
Hall's Lai akhu « i kk.
Fit ASK .1 CURVET.
Sworn fo Bef >re m« and milurt. .»• t,» my preneuce,
this A\ if Dt c.a ioi .i D
. —j A. W. ULE ASOV.
I **l Notary Public.
IU : - Catarrh Cure !• taki*n Interna;
A f ,i l be * O' i d *ii,i n. j,- a *urf
system. >eud f ,r '.tutiiuni t * frrc
K..). CHENK V A CO., T
Po d by all Druggists : v.
Take lla.i's Family IMlis for const!patUa.
v amt acts
.uea of tiis
i orally endowment fund, which was
Inaugurated hy Lord Ourzon on tils
election to the chancellorship of the
university. Mr. Astor originally prom
lard to give $50,000 when the fund
reached the total of $500,000; now ho
promises to give $100,000 when the
fund has reached this amount. The
present total of the fund Is $175,000
convicted on the testimony of Wjj-
liam Ivelleu, who had entered into an
agreement with them to commit the
crime, but gave the plot away. Judge
Campbell has reserved sentence until
the close of the criminal term.
Swore Falsely as to Bride's Age
McALKSTKR: J. Albert Taylor, of
Anderson, w.is arrested, charged with
five civilized tribes. T1
compared at the Indian
all lands where realrtc
removed were eliminated.
The list now contains
still protected by restrict
been turned over to the
of justice. As soon as t
done the papers will be
trict Attorney Gregg, of
district of Ok’alioma, wi
tlons to begin suits.
The government contet!
deeds, although void, elm
ns have been
ions. It has
his work Is
sent to Dis-
t'hlim has agreed to punish the flit-
uese officials who took steps to compel
Japanese smuggler* to respect the
laws of China, and the Incident is
dosed. One of these days Japan is
likely lo bump against a nation that
•will not he satisli. J to have
dosed in just that way
on with securing
Turner was mar
•d iu i
Wertz last week 1
his wife was 20
am Perry, of
father of the girl
M i \
oldest man i
but It], and had
ig 105 years.
The Oklahoma j
dren and his
a crime punish j
y a ti
He Saw a Difference.
Ramey Malloy and Mike Calrey
w«-re shingling a roof. ‘ Harney,"
Mike asked, removing a bunch of
shingle nails from his mouth, and set-
tling hack comfortably, "what is the
difference between satisfied and con-
tent?’’ "The difference? Sure there’s
none, answered Harney. "If you’re
satisfied you’re content, and if you’re
content you’re satisfied." "That was
my opinion, too, Harney, me boy. up to
now, but it struck me sudden lik$* us
I put that last nail in that I am satis-
fied all right that Molly Cairey is my
wife, but I am durned sure 1 am not
The Plain Plucker
If a burn or a bruise afflicts you rub it
on, rub it on.
3 hen before you scarcely know it the
trouble will be gone.
For an aching joint or muscle do the
Restaurant Prize Seat.
A novel method of advertising a
table d'hote has been invented by a
N» w York lestauranteur. Kverv Sat-
urday night he selects a certain chair
in his restaurant and places its num-
ber in a sealed envelope in charge of
the cashier. All the guests select
their own seats. The person who is
lucky enough to occupy th*1 selected
chair receives, as a present, a hand-
some gold watch.
The Entire Family.
Grand Hop used it for Rheumatism.
Dad for Cuts, Sprains and Bruises.
Mammy for Burns. Scalds and Aches.
Sis for Catarrh and Chilblains. 1 use
it for everything, and it never disap-
points any of us. it surely yanks
any old pain out by the roots.
Hunt's Lightning Oil is what I am
telling you about.
His Idea of One.
The teacher in the Darktown school
was hearing the class in geography.
“What is known as the Great Di-
vide?" she asked.
“Cuttin' a big watermelon!" an-
swered littlo ’Rastus with a grin that
no Torn (iotiii'y LOOK VF.f.mwf
7 H,)* uo* Red (Vos* Rail R|„r It
them white as snow. 2
1 In ve eve
will owe ,in everlasting dent ot irratitn
u mg to settle this veritable garden of Kdrn with new people.
tnan\ you Lr tK courtesies extended me on iny recent visit, and I
rue will not be lore when the division will occur, and I certainly
.. , ’! ,n D'D'e Bock figuring on eventually corning back to Atascosa
1 ounty. lours very truly, }.; \ KINGSLEY
City Engineer, Little Rock, Ark
Wiite today for full particulars and photographs showing views on the ranch.
DI?. CHAS. F. SIMMONS,
215 Alamo Plaza, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.
PRICES, ron EVERY
MEMBER OF THE FAMILY,
MEN, BOYS, WOMEN, MISSES ANl) CHILDREN.
* it*, thianf Otbor manufacturer in tfra
warli, hmcnuao they hnlrf 1hui*^Jh
aniruu. fit but tor, mrurr lon&«r, and
*ro M/«e than any oihor
rhnon *n //$» woriit to-day. ^41 ^
W. L. Douglas $4 and $5 Silt Edgn Shoes Cannot Be Equalled At Ant Price
„’I*1 *0.*- I- D*>ukla* name an.t price la MHmped on bottom. Take Vo Snh«Utul«.
, 1 ir. " •' ” **' 'I'-alcrs ctmijwhere. Sfease lunUial fn>m fa>*ory to n-iy pari of lb« w ;,l ilia*.
Ufcled C*lAlu*m*»toiuiy1tU.h*u. W. 1-- DOl'Ol.AM, llrucklon.
package 5 cents.
AND ALL NOSE
AND THROAT DISEASES
A marbie statu*
tun, removed for
front of Indepom......
«*t Geerge Washing-
protection from in
hall to the ro-
city hall, was
BANKERS OPPOSE USURY LAW
Think Proposed Oklahoma Legislation
Would Hurt Small Banks
GUTHRIE: The proposed usnrv
to the cl
* St Louis
> to call
It cost A liter
Miss Annie c .........., „ bookkenin-r
f°r a rival Arm. an "old hen.- „ud a„
1 hv woman collectod dam-
law pending t
was stronciv c
ipposed in resol
adopted by Qrot
3, B \
tion of Oklabo
nia, which met
last week. Til
ie provisions lir
the contract r.it
<* at 10 per cent
ages in court
it in i? ;
for violation, was op- i
itld cut small banks j
a large number of |
hold a s]
to Have Co
At :i meet
ts all pains and poi
? stings and heals
see you have gotten
hrough your prime
hy, how can yt
He who lives blit for himself leads
but a little life.—Damien.
^*r*' Wltiilow'd SootIiIiiif Srrnp.
;. 1r • ';l l'' Oitiur ■••fiftiM the k •!!.». • in,|n.
Qamm*l,'ou, «,.*>« p*ln,$-ure* wlnUculic. i»: * imtli*.
Assist yourself and heaven will as-
Cnr**s the sl<*k and net* a« u preventive for other*. Liquid *iv#»n
tn»* Ioii.mi. . S;ift- for brood marcs ami all others. kidney remedy
- '•in - aii.l $1.00a bottle ; f.YOU and $|0 (J0 the do/en. Sol-1 l,v Hll druiriri
and borne Koodn bouses, or -----* ...
3t*OHN MEDICAL CO.,
e iuauu fad u rent.
ill I V 3700 f«*r*t ;
Snake River, t
es of the Hues
xpress paid, by
Chemists, GOSHEN, INDIANA
WBITE IS FOR BOOKLET C0NCERNINI
IRRIGATED LANDS IN TtIF OR EAT TWIN
FALLS AND JEROME COUNTRY, IDAHO.
Iiiexbatittlble water supply, taken from
• i i -»r •• -1 ri v. : m Aim-!,' a. No alkali, $iu lytiooes.
-l 1 I* II!-.. : I a " 'I III I It' U e,t
on easy terms—oi
nothing but abso.
* manv hov
H. A. ST HO ID 8a COMPANY.
tell, Uncle >
rviliinir KFowHibai makes farmiiifir profitable—
"I for inn-itiueut aboulU write us, as we quote
Twin Fulls, Iduho
StH-mary it. K Ceiiarlus of Clncln*
Jiatt tn his annual reimrt aays the
ihulldinK and loan association* of the
tCnlted States have Inrneased approxl-
luately $55,000,000 in assets i„ 1907.
posed, as it \v<
out of making
M(»6t of th«i national bankers pr»*s
wero opposed to the depositirs
applied to national
hanks, on the grounds that the assess-
ment can not be legally mad.....
banks. The bankers also will demand
of thT oubt? •n°W Ca'" f°r-,728« ‘“:UU ^ "
of the publics savings.
calling a special elec-
Hie aceejus, the interchange wi,en , !!?“„“ M:aml Muv 1 <° d.-cide
the prince and his father will be high tit the Uruuk 5 11 l«rovis.lon8
Living With Three Wives
TULSA: John C’arr lias been con-,
vlcted of polygamy In the district
court. Carr's career as a much mar-
ried man was extremely novel andt
Interesting. Rut a boy, he had taken
unto himself three wives and, strang- i
est thing of It all was living with the
three In the same house, the group !
apparently dwelling together in ut-
most harmony The charge of bigamy !
under which Carr was tried and con- i
vlcted was preferred by the father of
one of his wives. The young mail [
lakes his conviction indifferently.
IEWIS* SINGLE BINDER
cak Women frequently suffer great pain and misery during the change of
life, when the female functions are undergoing the readjustment that comes to
every woman.. These hot and cold flashes, pains in back or side, drawing sensa-
tions, headaches, dizzy feelings, etc., have been found, in thousands of cases, to
disappear, as a result of taking
Wine of Cardui
Mrs. Lucinda C. IIM, of Freeland, O., writes: “Before I took Cardui, I suffer-
ed so, I was afraid to lie down at night. After I took it I felt better in a week.
Now my pains have gone, and the change of life has nearly left me.” Try Cardui.
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