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Hood's Sarsaparilla Will purify your blood, cleat your complexion, restore your appetite, relieve your tired feel- ing, build you up. Be sure to take it this spring. Get it In Initial liquid form or choco- kited tablets tilted Sarsatabs WU Doses IL OPPORTUNITY TO DO GOOD Combined Efforts on National Tuber- culosis Sunday Will Have Excellent Results. New York city had more arrests for violation of the anti -spitting ordinance in 1909 thau any other city in the United States, lzit.ving had 2,513, with 2.099 convictions, and $1,936.80 col- lected in fines. Baltimore comes next with 214 arrests and an eenal num- ber of convictions. Pittsburg is third tin rank, with St. Louis in fourth place. St. Louis, however, would have been In second place, if the sanitary police who -enforce the law in that city had been at work in 1909. In 62 cities out of 80 the law was either not enforced at all or very poorly enforced. Of rseeenetining 2d cities, less than one- half theitn , ewritritreted more than throe -fourths of the arrests for spit- ting and of the fines collected. On ac - taunt of the fact that National Tuber- culosis Sunday will be observed on April 24. the National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tubercu- losis is calling the attention of clergy- men in all parts of the country to the advisability of bringing before their congregation the necessity for better enforcement of the anti -spitting laws. Where She Scored. Sheldon Kerruieh tells this story on his esteemed father: \One day a long time ago a number of children in our neighborhood were talking about the bad habits of their Parents. \'My father smokes 15 cigars a day,' mild a little girl, boastfully like. \'My father swears something ale ful.when supper is late,' said another. \'My papa came home tight the other night,' remarked a third. • \It was my little sister's turn next. \'You just ought to see my papa read Cicero,' she mild, and all the other little girls retired in confusion, gladly admitting that sister had won the prize.\ -Cleveland Leader. Pity the Poor Cowboy! Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, the famous food expert, said at a dinner in Wash- ington, apropos of tbe meat boycott and the cold storage discussion: \The trend of modern life seems on the surface to be toward preserved in- stead of fresh foods, but there Is no such trend, save among certain deal- era - \Who.\ said Doctor Wiley, \would like to be in the boots of the cowboy In the barren sagebrush country who used to send In, week after week, the lame order to the storekeeper: \Canamilk canacow, canajam, cans, butter, canacake, canascrapple, cano corn, cauaham, canaplums.\ $100 Reward, $100. Ihe readers of %hi paper sill be pleased to tele at there tr at feed one dreaded deed= that melee= been ante to cure all lui Kam sod that VI HAWS Catarrh (lire S the only point= Wen non known to the medical fraternity. (hunt Nem • constitutional deesee. require. • constitu- tional treatment. flail. Catarrh Cure I. taken le- tentally =this directly upoo the blood and mum= sense= of the system. thereby deletroylu the Ilegindation of the Menem end trrine the patens omits by bulkiest tin the con•Ltiotiee and wean - Ng Oatury In doing its noel. TN proprietor, hare Id merit rank in Ile curative poems that they ogre Ops finurind Dollars for say cue that a tall le sake. Nand for liet of teinthecelski ,Address F.3. CHENEY 500. Telado. O. .Sold by all Promise. 71e, Tate Baas Yana, Pala tar eassUastice. The Irish of Shakespeare. An Englishman and an Irishman were having an argument on the sub- ject of Shakespeare. \I defy you,\ said the former, \to And a single Irish character in the whole of his works.\ \Well. I can give you two, at all events,\ replied the Irishman. \Miss O'Phella and Corry O'Lanus.\ He forgot Hamlet's intimate friend, Who stood beside him while he was co templaUng his uncle in devotion, and Observed: \Now would I do IL Peti while he Is praying.\ -Springfield publican. Pessimists tells us the world isn't wing better -even though the 'coon song\ craze has bumped the bumps. - Di'. Pierre's Pleasant Penees regslate and In AWN eturnacb, liver ancl bowels. Ougar-eoated. . Say manias easy to %Lieu. candy. The proper place for low-cut gowns is on the bargain counter. BABY'S FIRST SHOES SHOULD HE, Baby Pla-Maies Isla moat essential that when Baby Is ready US tare its diet steps it should have shoes that will armlet and not retard the Tittle toddler. baby PIA -Matta Shone have featured fogad In no other sheen —note the extreme *gin arid flatness of outset. *Meta allows the little one to step out so confidently. These cute little shoes are made with a genuine Goodyear welt; broad, ilitt nun slip eoliii-full extennifon heels, Lad ere as flexible as s hand -turned shod. Made in button and lace etyles in patent, ten and black letiMee'of duets quoins.' Ask ;ode dealer recasts. , Pla-Intato She.. If not In stock, send u• his name end style and size desired and we will eel . you are supplied. WI Mania. Hoyt &Cod geohester, N. T. HIS BODY fOUND REMAINS OF ED STERN DIS- COVERED BY SHEFt FF WHALEY NORTH OF TOWN, REMAINS OF DOG NEAR Papers Found on Body Fully Establish Identity—Disappeared in February Last -Officials Notify Friends, Fargo, N. D., April 14. -The body ofi Ed Stern, who disappeared from Cleve- land, N. D., Feb. 2, was found in thel Red river a short distance below the Brendemuhl farm, two miles north of Moorhead, this morning be Sheriff Whaley of Clay county and Toby Ed-, wardson, both of Jehom have been, searching day and night for the past few days. The body, under orders from Coroner Vincent, was brought to the morgue of Beck & Wright where it is subject to the order* of the cor- oner. The latter has given implicit orders that it must be kept in absolute privacy, pending the arrival of Mr. Blake, humane officer of Jamestown and John Flaherty of Cleveland. These two men have been informed of the find dItS0;liwut. amdast. &MU to; item -head. The body, which is very badly de- composed, only the most discernable on the face, wise found badly entangled in a collection of brush and driftwood on the Minnesota side of the river a short dhitance below the farm named. It is clothed In a heavy cloth overcoat, with storm collar; a dark tweed suit of Clothes and there were overshoes on his feet. Sheriff Whaley just removed enough from one of the man's pockets to es- tablish identity and for causes of in- forming friends that it was the body of Stern which had been found. Later the clothes were searched and papers and envelopes were found which clearly established the fact that the body was that of Ed Sterns. also there was a paper which showed that Mr. Sterns was a member of the Order of Eagles. and 90 cents in money. A short distance from the place where Sheriff Whaley and Mr. Ed- wards discovered theiaody of Mr. Stern was found the carcass of a dog which Is known to be the dog seen with Mr. Sterns in Fargo and Moorhead about Feb. 3. The carcass of the dog was found In a tree where It had evidently been lodged during the stages of high water • week or two ago. RECOGNIZES FAUN° DAN. William C. Russel States that Cali- forni• Man is His brother. Boston, April 14.-\I desire to state publicly at this time that I am con- vinced and sattstied that Daniel Blake Ruasell, who has recently come to Bos- ton from Fresno, Cal., is the son of Melrose, and is my own brother, Wm. C. Russell.' The foregoing is verbatim, the state- ment issued this morning by William C. Russell and signed by him. A longer statement prepared yesterday was throwh away and the above brief declaration substituted. \I'm broke,\ said the Dakota claim- ant.\ when shown the statement, \but lomehow or other a way will be found to carry my cause to the supreme eourt. I could get, right here in Boston, ip an hour enough money by popular sub- scription to carry on the fight indefi- nitely if I wanted to take the money.\ In an interview Mr. Russell said this morning that he Is eagerly awaiting the completion of legal formalities when he will voluntarily turn over to the man from California his share in the Russell estate. \The man from Fresno. I thought at first was another imposter.\ he salt \or possibly' a person planted there by the Dakota man to create • diversion, but I knew he was the right man the moment I saw birn. The moment I looked upon the first claimant from North Dakota I knew he was not my * brother. \My brother is welcome to share with me my fortune and home. I shall be surprised if the man from North Dakota actually does continue his at- tempts.. I predict he will soon fade from view: he is too well advised to take the dangerous chance.\ Discuss Cooper Pardon. Nashville, Tenn, April 14- Nash- ville has quieted down today after -the excitement of yesterday attending .the action of the supreme court and the governor's subsequent pardon in the case of Col. Duncan B Cooper, sen- tenced to twenty years in the peniten- tiary for the murder of former United tates Senator E. W. Carmack, hut ftlih case continues to be the sole topic, rot conversation. Although there was much excitement on the breeds and in public places until late last night, there 'has at no time been any Indication of any disorder Roth -Colonel Cooper, and his son have thus far declined to make any public statement. Governor Patterson has made no comment in his pardon for Colonel CoOper and has denied himself to all interviews. Make $10,000 HIM. Spring, Tenn.. April 4.—Robbers blew the vault of First National bank of this place today and escaped with more than $10,000. Bloodhounds were placed 'On the trail but thus far the safe blowers have not been appre- hended. To Study American Courts. New York, April 14.-Geernany Is Plannittg some reforms ki ru courts, ahd the kaiser's officers expect to get some pointers, particularly for the Improvement of their juvenile courts, from American cities. Dr. Hans Pflie- derer, a prominent German jurist, has ; we arrived in New York for a tour of the United States for - the respects •thtnire better than his countrymith. - He will remain in New York for three weeks and then, after a visit to Boston and Cambridge, will go west, eieiting ChMago, Denver, New Orleans and mime cities. Big Frerush Battleship Launched. Bordeaux, April .13.—Tbe twenty - knot turbine battleship Vergniaud was launched sucoessfullY today. The Yerginaud Is the last of the series of six 18,000 ton battleships Which were laid down In 1907, and is named after the French patriot, who was executed luring 1hr reign of error in 1793. Kills (Mum While 'Playing Burglar.\ - Terre Haute, Ind.; April 13. -\We eerie playing burglar and. 3 did not imosw-t4u-Mts, 4 6 4011411- 4. -Malsdne4 it-year 1g9Ing *hat ant ERECT.S AN ODD TOMBSTONE * Talked to Death by Friends\ Inscribed on Monument Farmer Places at Wate's Grave. Carlyle, ill -\Talked to death bY friends\ is the rather startling in- scription on a tombstone in the Pritch- ett cemetery, 16 miles northeast of this city. Persons doubting the story have made special trips to this particular burying ground for the purpose of be- - lug convinced. Whether this woman, Mrs. Alice Philips was actually talked to death cannot be proved beyond a doubt, but her husband must have been convinced of the fact. Thomas Phillip was a farmer and lived in East Fork township many years ago. He had more than the av- erage amount of intelligence and passed much of his time reading the high grade books and magazines of the day. Many of his neighbors declared he' had peculiar ways. and the women seemed to be of the opinion that his wife did not know much about the do- mestic side of life. She was advised to do this and to . do that. Her neighbors were all \fond of her\ -this they exhibited by their care- ful solicitation as to everything she slid, everything she wore, everywhere She went, and everybody she was seen talking to. When Mrs. Smith called in the after , noon she never failed to tall Mrs. Phil- lip how much better that blue gown would hare Looked, if slut had only trimmed it in white instead of black; When Mrs. Brown and her husband came over to supper the host was in- formed how much more delicious the coffee would have been if it had been allowed to boil just a speck longer. Living about in the center of the settlement Mrs. Phillip was the recip- ient of all the gossip in the neighbor- hood -and she just had to listen to it all, whether she wanted to or not. Those were only little milestones in the life which Mrs. Phillip's neigh- bors led her. One day she took sick and died from nervous prostration \within • short time. Her husband claimed all this volunteer advice had worried her Into sickness. After she was buried he caused the tombstone with the above inscription to be placed at the head of her grave He is buried beside her. Boat Driven by Waves. There is a boat, of Italian invention, whose motive power is supplied solely by the action of waves. Elastic floats, submerged a short distance, are at- tached to the stern or bow of the boat. One end of the float is left free to bend up and down with the impulse of the watei. The result of the action of the waves is to drive the boat In a di- rection away from the free end of the Soils. The speed is two or three miles an hour. The motion of the boat Is in- dependent of the direct:km of the waves, and can be 'throes or against as well as with the wind. The In- ventor received his Inspiration from his study of the motions of fishes, and he regards the action of the elastic floats as resembling that of • fish's tail. Famous New York Trees. In front of Columbia university li- brary are tiro English ?ewe which were brought from England in 1800 and set out in St. John's park. Later they were removed to the` Elgin botan- ical gardens at Fiftieth street, which were then& pith of Columbia. In 1897 the trees were transplanted to Morn- ingside HeIghti. On the upper part of the island near Spuyten Duyvil stands the largest tulip tree on Man- hattan. It has a diameter of 03% feet. Neat Fordham' Square In the Bronx Is the Stentogibwillow, said to be 300 years old, £n atthe' foot of Cypress avenue 'are the tem largest cypresses In the country. They stand on land once a part of the Gouverneur Morrris estate. -New York Bun. Healed Bird's Broken Leg. In the case of a crane floe results are claimed for broken leg. Its slen- der limb is no thicker than a lead pencil. Instead of destroying the poor bird, an English expert decided to tv to save leg and life. Linen bandages dipped In gurn, were put on, These Set satisfactorily and weighed little or nothing. - After th16 Jim intelligent bird lsept to itself and \ needed no further attention fora few weeks. When the bandage was cut away the 16g worked as well as ever, slightly deformed. Some naturalists say that \USW breaking their legs set them themselves, using a sticky mud and weeds or grass for bandage. -New York Press. tan Young, lala\ . 7aliSt. j \'.• • s • . _ Fosse of Prehistoric Animal. An interesting discovery has been made in hexing the tunnel of Rion, on the Pey-Langogne line. M. Etter, one of the firm of contractors carrying out the work, has discovered Imbedded In the clay at a distance of 30 meters the fossil of an animal believed to belong to the -stag family, which is believed to have lived in the PIM. cone period. The remains hare been placed in the museum at Puy. Paradoxical Conditions. .010.11...eatt ketr MONTANA IN CONGRESS, JOSEPH M. DIXON. United States Senator from Montana. News of Montana HORSETHIEF FORGIVES SLAYER, B illings Deputy Sheriff Wings Um known Man. Billings. -\I would like to shake the. band.0 ino an iao shot me,\ theltimenknown man accused of horse stealing, as he lay in the hospitel -here \And the only regret I have is that he bullet did not hit higher up.\ The stranger was shot and probably fatally wounded this afternoon by Deputy Sheriff Williamson while at- tempting to escape. He is wanted at Sheridan, Wyo., on a charge of ideat- ing horses and the description failed to give his name and the wounded man .efused to divulge it. When taken into custody the man walked along with the deputy, and as they started into a blacksmith shop where Sheriff Orrick had gone, that he might have a look at the prisoner, the latter broke away and started rus- ting. The officer called on him to halt, and Policeman Landers fired at him twice without effect. lie continued to run, with the officers in pursuit, and Dep- uty Williamson fired striking the man In the small of the back, the bullet coming out at the groin. The wounded man was taken to Ike hospital, and said he would not give 1:'s name, as he was of good family and did not want his relatives to hear )I the affair, L is believed in addition to being a horeethief he is also • deserter from the army. His recovery is doubtfuL PRAIRIE FIRES IN MONTANA, Flames Leap Guards and Do Much Damage to Ranchers' Property. Glendive.-Due to the unusually early warm weather of the past few weeks and the unusually heavy growth of grins last season, prairie fires are quite numerous in Dawson county. One bad fire is reported from Belle Prairie country about fourteen miles northeast of Glendave where the flames started in the grass and swept over a wide stretch of country, cross- ing the hills toward the Yellowstone river and burning down to Harpster's pasture land on the river fiats. It is reported that flames in places jumped over fire guards consisting of four or five plowed furrows, which would usually be sufficient to cheek their destructive progress. The Benning place owned by a ono armed rancher whose wife Is a well known rider in county relay races, is reported to have suffered the most, be- ing almost entirely burned over. Whet destruction to building& resulted is unknown. Other portions of Dawson county have recently been similarly visited and there are reports of bad tires in North Dakota. DISCREDITS MT. McKINLEY CLAIM. B arri!! Does Not Believe Fairbanks Party Reached Top. Hamilton. - Edward flarrill, the guide accompanying Cook on his Mount McKinley trip and who made an affidavit during the Polar contro- versy, that the doctor had never reach- ed the top of the peak, says that in his opinion the Fairbanks party bead- ed by Thomas Lloyd, lever reached the summit either. Barran asserts it is impossible to climb the mountain at the time of year the Fairbanks party claimed to have done so, owing to the conditions of the snow and ice. He also declares it Is Impossible to reach the summit over any other route than the one selected by himself and Dr. Cook. Gets Sig Judgment. Boston, Mass -T M. Hodgene, of Butte, has been awarded $24,000 by a verdict in a suit over a mining deal. DENY DAUGHTER'S BILL. WM Receive No Pay For Biting House- keeper for Father. Butte. -An unusual suit of a daugh ter for payment for services as bout. - keeper for her father went by default and was dismissed by District Judge Lynch, despite the girl had previously been given judgment of $125 In the Justice court. The district court ac- tion hinged on a letter written by the young woman to her brother that she would not appear td press the case. She is Miss Andeta Orouex, of Living- ston. Her father is Lawrence Groins:. Big French Battleship Launched. Bordeaux, April 13.—The twenty. knot turbine battleship Vergnlaud Vine launched successfully today. The Verginaud is the last of the series of Idx 18.000 ton battleships which were laid down in 1907, and is named after the French patriot, who was executed during the reign of trror In 1793, Kills Chum While \Playing Burglar.\ Terre Haute, Ind., April 1l -\We were playing burglar and I did not know the ,gun was loaded,\ explained IS -year -old Damon Berlingten„.. ee, Sigslptt,,Aiid klJielt lest - DOWNWARD COUS.113. Kidney Troubles Grow Worse Every Year. Charles B. Batley, 803 Locust St., Yankton, S. Dalt, says! \I suffered agony from kid - n e y complaint and was almost helpless. The dis- ease grew worse each year al- though I doc- tored and used many remedies. 4 - There were excru- ciating pains in my back and the urine passed too freely. Doan's Kidney Pills gradually helped me and soon I was cured. Some years ago recommended them and have had no trouble since.\ Remember the name-Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 60 cents a bog. Foster -Millie& Co. Buffalo, N. Y. Treatment for Lump Jaw. Lump jaw Is due to a fungus which ta usually taken Into the animal's sys- tem In feed consumed. Lump jaw Is liable to affect the _glands of the throat or the bones 61 the head, writes Dr. David Roberta In American Cul. tivator: It is not advisable to keep an animal thus afflicted lingering in a herd. On the other hand it Is ad- ,'\\ -\\e\..*!\is as mimes! or kIll It, as such animals invite dis- eases into the herd, owing to the fact that they are so reduced in vitality that they have no resisting power. A remarkably large per cent, of such cases can be successfully treated if taken in time by opening up the en- largement and washing It out with a strong antiseptic solution, like five of carbolic acid in water, and putting the animals on a tonic. In this way the afflicted animal is not only saved, but the entire herd is protected against disease. Because a home in la the country -be- muse it is on a farm—is only an added reason why it should be more updo date and attractive. for those 'who art- fortu- nate enough to live in the country really spend more time in their homes than do those who live in cities. And -it is also true that farm i ea and farm life is daily becoming more and more attractive. The inside of our Louse is our home, in why not make it see and at- tractive, homely and cheerful, updo-date and modern. You wouldn't think of burning tallow candies, yet why use well paper? In order to educate a few refined peo- ple in every community to the artistic homey of soft velvety siahetitined walls of gelid color, a free offer of liniutiful wall Moeda of classic design is made to every resider of this paper. It is also possible to secure without 4ny ;:h7,7, ,Vg.. Tot. suitable colors, to use 'sl ions for i.air home the best arningenwnt, curtains and over curtains. etc. in fact the services of a decorative architect are at your disposal without Charge to you. In cities there ere many and moat ex. (*Heat designers of interior decoration. but It takes money and time to carry out thew ulna. This mama' service is at the disposal of every reader if he asks for it. and let- ter than all, it tells you how you can either do the work yourself or direct atone one else. It gives you exact shades •nd colors, and the Wised* to do the work without charge. It Seemed So. The little non of the family hap- pened to be idling hie time In the kitchen when the colored porter came up out of the cellar, where he had been shoveling coal into the heeter, grasped the white towel banging on the door aud passed into the hall For an instant the youth gazed awe- struck at the coal dust imprenaions left on the towel, then yelled after the re- treating negro: \Oh. Sam, your color's coming off!\ -Judge. Important to Mothers,. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it Bears the Signature of 1.4;tv In Use For Over 30 Tears. The Kind You Have Always Bought The Literary Fabricator. \How did that story that George Washington couldn't tell a lie get started\ &liked the inquisitive youth. \I don't know,\ replied the irreverent person; \unless he had a press agent that could.\ 3 ow Red, Italie,. *reigns, Lyete, Styes Yelling Eyelashes and All Eyes That Need Care Try Marine Eye Salve Aseptic Tubes—TrIal Bli•-410r. Ask Your ilrugglist or Write Marine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago, The Flippancy 6f John, Mrs. Mott -What is a sympathetic strike, John? Mott -A sympathetic, strike, my dear, is being touched for a (walker by • beggar with a bard -luck story. WHEN Tone Joterrit AMR Frill Ir r sad lunacies more from sold. rhenematieen or neural- gia, when you slip Meath or Waldo younelf see Penn Parts' Poundal*, The boo. newts II years. Remember nothing depreciates a Man more than to show him he's like other men. 0, 'Those Towel \So you are going to marry Mr. adirilson?\ mulles the first fair young thing. \I was engaged ro him last year. He positively wept when I broke the engagement.\ \I know he did,\ answers the other beauteous creature. .\He told um that he wept -for •'. \ Her Worry.' Mrs. Hoyle --You seem unhappy. Mrs. Doyle -I atn; I don't believe that if I were to die my husband would Wear as deep mourning as he dld for bia first wife.' REPUBLIC TIRES MOST FON INF Astir ST PAl I PAPALY15121= . rimatz..,r;atbwrzl... DEFIANCE STARON—V= --Leber March= unly It uunees—eaus prime esa \DIFIAMOIII\ IS summon QUALITY. et . Tearnme let a/ways fro time trAess you are tired or Ottrsty. From Tea Plant to Teapot The fragrant buds and young leaves of \Salads\ Tea ,are scrupulorisly kept from contact with human hands. When You open the air -tight lead package of a .' 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Provided you have the right stove, oil is more economical, cleaner and less trouble. Have you seen the New Per ection. Oil Cook -stove The accompanying illustration gives you only a rough idea of its appearance. You really can't appreciate it until you either use it yourself, or talk to someone who has used it. It does everything that a coal range will do -except heat the room. The New Perfection Oil Cook - Stove will do anything, from heating • kettle of water to cooking • COUree dinner, but it won't heat a room. It doesn't \smell it doesn't smoke. It can't get out of order. Light it and it Is ready. Turn it down and it is out. Only • woman who knows the trouble of carrying coal and cooking in • hot kitchen can appreciate what it means to have I clean, perfect stove that will cook anything, boil, bake or roast, and yet won't heat the kitchen. How is it done? 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It cures female compleint right in the privacy of home. It makes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning, examinations and local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors, and so abhorrent to cv vi er : s m h ode a e n t ot w ps om rt an icul . arize here es to the symptoms of those peculiar affections incident to women, but those wanting full information as to their symptoms and means of positive cure are referred to this People's Com- mon Sense Medical Adviser -1008 pages, newly revised and up-to-date Edition, sent frw on receipt of 21 one - cent stamps to cover most of mailing may; or, in cloth binding for 31 stamps. • Address Dr. It. V. Piero., Buffslo, N.Y. Don't try to mold another to your Ideal, but remold your ideal according to what he is. Mrs WInslow's Soothing flyrop. Fur children teething, softens the gloms, reduces I n- liedumatton.allaye p5, =remind culla. ate • bottle. No, Cordelia, rain checks never check the rain • Biliousness \I have used your valuable Caecer▪ ets e nd I find them perfect. Couldn't do viithout them. I have used them for some time for indigestion and biliousness 1 -and am now completely cured. Recom- mend them to everyone. Once tried, you Putt never be without them in the ! family.\ -Edward A. Marx, Albany, N.Y. Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. Taste Good. Do Good. Never Sicken.Weeken or Gripes 10c.25c, 50c. Never sold la b etZa l eill nine tablet stamped C CC. cure or Pour mosey hock. erMseaSiJIIsTve OPIINI r Vrsst,iel, Case. e ie. tnilØs '11.1\ dettnti. Mee pert • 111.1101111=1.11elb set. New. led PATEIITSirl=m - ca W. N. U, FARGO, NO. 17-1110. Corn Planti falters—Distemper among the hones may be near alma— mare. are foaling—Distemper m•y take some of them—e,, , ',, planting may be late If your horses have Distemper. SPOHN'S DISTEMPER CURE Is your true safeguard---. cure as well as preventive -60c end ala bottle—W.00 and MOM dozen, delivered. Large Is more than NON the smaller nine. Don't put It off. Get it. Drugglete—ar wend to maatifashwera Swam Medical Ce.. Menus sad Iladarldualels. Gashes. lad, MA.a. _PUTNAM FADELESS DYES seeds bristle( sed Whit abets Ma. N.* 414,410. - Oa. 10e Nelms. eolets sll ghee They deths.abil wow *OW tMirgei o =\7:.-.... •• OAT ferment ripping avert Write kw 1r4 MOW- Hew is Die. Bleach end tilitiC0ferL a 111 vormor ORIN 0.. Osiairy, ^

Montana Sunlight (Whitehall, Mont.), 22 April 1910, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.