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f Woman' Trials.
TIs bitter trail In a woman's life Ij to
h r bo childless. Who can tell how hard the
' 4 strugglo may have boon oro sho loarnti to
. 'I, resign herself to hor lonely lot? The ab-
X aenco of this link to bind marital llfo
i'"1' together, tho alwonce of this ono pledge
to mutual affection Is a common dlsap-
polntmont. Many unfortnnnto couples
I (become ostranged thcroby. Even If Uioy
do not drift npart, ono may road the whole
extent of their disappointment In the eyos
,f such n childless couplo when they rost
" 'on the children of other. To thorn the
' largest famllydoos not seem too numerous.
) ' I In many cases of haircmioss or child
H llossnoss tho obstacle to child-bearing Is
1 easily removed by tho euro of weakness on
m tho part of tho woman. Dr. Plerco's Fa
1 - vorlte Prescription has lioon tho means of
HI restoring health and frultfulnoss to many
B a biirrnn woman, to thu great Joy of the
M 'household. In other, but rare cases, the
M 'k (Obstruction to tho hearing of children has
m r Ik'cii found to bo of a surgical character,
M , .but easily removable by painless operatlvo
H j treatment at thn Invalids' Hotel and. Sur
H gleal Institute, ItulTalo.N. V over which
M Dr. lMcrco of tho " 1'avorlto Proscription "
M famo presides. In nil cnos where clill
M dri-ii are desired mid aro abent. nn elftirt
H should bo miule to llml out thu real causo,
H since It Is generally so easily removed by
H proper treatment.
H In all tho vnrlous wealineses, displace-
H mpnts. prolapsus, Inlhnnmatloii and do-
H bllltatlng, cntarrluil drains and In all
m eases of nervousness nud debility, Dr.
m Flnrco's Favorite Prescription Is tho most
m ofllclcnt remedy thntemi possibly bo used.
H It hu to Its credit hundreds of thousands
H of curis morn In fuct than any other
m remedy nut up forsalc through druggists,
H Mpecliilly for woman's uo. 'I'liolngredl-
m ents of wlilch tho "Favorite Prescription"
H Is composed havo received tho most
H posltlvn endorsomeiit from tho leading
H medical writers on Materia Mrtllcn of all
H tho several schools of practice. All tho
H Ingredients am printed In phitu EmUah
M on tho wrapper enclosing tho bottle, so
M 'that any woman mnklng use of this
H famous modlcluo may know oxnetly what
H , o Is taking. Dr. Plercn takes his pa-
H i tlnnts Into his full confidence, which ho
M can afford to do as tho formula after
M which tho "Favorlto Prescription" Is
M ;mado will bear tho most careful exam-
H . Dr. Plorco's Pleasant Pellets aro the
B .best and safest laxative for women.
M Rare Birds are Shot.
' Rarely seen so fnr north, n rose
H 'flamingo and an Egyptian flamingo
M (wero recently shot on tho sands near
M Garfield Tea, Mild Laxative,
M Regulates tho Liver, Kidneys, Stom-
1 ,nch and Dowels, cures Constlpnilon
M and Sick Hoadacho. Send this notlco
H with your namo and address to tho
H ,Oarnc!d Tea Co., Drooklyn, N. Y., for
B ,freo samplo pnekngo. Sold at all drug
B tores. Send us tho namo of your
H ' No Luck In Literature.
H ). There Is no luck In literary roputa-
U , tlon. Gilt edges, vellum and morocco'
H i iWlll not prcscrvo n book In clrcula-
H j Ition beyond Its Intrinsic date. Em-
H ' arson.
H . A round trip rnto of $50 to California
rwlll bo In effect all wlntor via tho now
PH and popular Salt Lnko Routo. See
PHH I jnoarest agent or wrlto for Information
(to J. L. Mooro. D. P. A., Salt Lake City.
M MARRIAGE EASY IN SCOTLAND."
HBBj i ,
H 8lmple Declaration Suffices to Make
B'' Couple Man and Wife. '
H' , To bo marrlod by Scotch laws one
H ) must havo resldod for a fortnight In
H itho country. After that It Is quite suf-
H i J flclent for two pcoplo to say bofore
B; ' witnesses that they tako each other
B as man and wife to marry them as
H j legally and as firmly as If tho arch-
B .bishop of Canterbury himself had por-
H J formed tho ceremony. It Is not alone
H'' 1 when tho declaration Is solemn nnd In,
H I .tentlonnl that tho marriage Is bind-,
By) " Suc1' n declaration mado In jest
BftVj n Is enough to hold as firmly as If It
BavL (wero In earnest. Many young people
HaVK ! have thus slipped Into matrimony un-
H&M J Even for n man to nddrcss a woman
HftVL;) as his wife, either by writing or by
BbHJ apcech, and for hor to respond In tho
HbVBj Bamo terms, constitutes n marrlago In
BBfH . Scotland. Anyono who has over read
&" .Wllkle Collins' novel, "Man and
HftfJ Wife," will rcmombor there a enso In
Bawl point. Tho horolno sends a note to
tho hero, slgnlnr herself "Vour Wlfo";
he Is sufllclently careless nnd ludlf-
HMb i ferent to wrlto his reply on tho back
Hftfl o' her own letter, and sign himself
"Your Husband." This note, crumpled
HKw up and tossed asldo as of no value,
HaVj falls Into tho hands of an unscrupu-
HftW loon person, who, to levy blackmail
Hftfl n the hero, keeps It, and produces
III It as ovldonco of marrlago. No other
BbM lorm had beon gone through and yet
BbH the couplo wora married legally.
BftS Spain's Quicksilver Mine.
HbvJ Tho Almadcn mlno In Spain pro-
HbV duces about GO per cent, of all tho
HB quicksilver used In tho world. Tho
BH-i mlno has been worked for moro than
BftB eight hundred years.
H A BOY'S BREAKFAST
Bftfg There's a Natural Food That Makes
BBS Its Own Way.
BBV Thoro's a boy up In Uooslck Falls,
BaB' i N. Y., who Is growing Into sturdy
BABIj i manhood on Ornpo-Nuts breakfasts.
BBW j lit might havo been different with him,
BBV oh his mother explains:
BftfJ "My 11-year-old boy Is largo, well
Bftf developed and active, and haa been
BftB made so by his fondness for Grnpo-
HftBi Nuts food. At flvo years ho was a
BftB very nervous child and was subject
BftBft to froqucnt attacks of Indigestion
BaBm which used to rob him of his strength
BftfMB and wero very troublesome to deal
BaBBj with. Ho never seemed to care for
BVfl anything fur his breakfast until I
BbBBI tried Qrape-Nuts, and I havo novor
BftfMBj had to change from that. Ho makes
BftfMBJ his entire broakfast of Qrape-Nuts
BaBJH food. It Is always relished by him
BBVB and ho says that It satisfies him bet-
BBVB tor than Uio ordinary kind of a meal.
BafgBJ "Better than all he Is no longer
BBVB troubled with Indigestion or nervous-
BbWbBJ ness, and has got to bo a splendidly
BbtBi dovelopcd fellow since ho began to
BBBl uso Orapo-Nuts food," Namo given by
BBBB Postum Co., Uattlo Creek, Mich.
BBBfl There's a reason. Road tho little
BH book, "The Road to Wellvlllo," In
BjBjBBfciii!rv,,,,i'i'!'''f' ,.i...ii'ni.-.. --sM.
PK5TURE8 ON PATIENT'S BACK.
Young Doctor Amused Himself to His
Tho doctors wero discussing cases
and experiences when ono of them '
snld, "Did I ever tell how I lost tho
pntronago of that wealthy Mrs. A ?
You know sho was n nervous, fidgety
woman nnd half her ailments wero
Imaglnery. She fell off a couplo of
stops ono day nnd lamed hor back.
It was nothing serious nnd only re
quired a painting with lodlno for a
week. Dut at the end of that week
sho would not have It that sho was
well and Insisted Hint I keep coming
nud do tho painting act.
"I was younger then and did not
lmvo much patience. I kept putting
on ns little lodlno as possible, but tak
ing a long tlmo nt the Job, for If I'd
been too quick sho never would havo
been satisfied. Finally 1 got to paint
lug dcslgnH on thnt woman's back just
to pass tho time. Sho protended she
could not get nut of bed, and I thought
she would never see them. I put Hie
nurso on nnd sho promised to keep
quiet. Ono day my patient got tip
and, seizing n hand glass, walked ov
er to tho mirror to sou for herself
how her back was getting on. What
sho saw I will not tell, but sho dis
pensed with my services ns soon ns
sho could get hold of mo by 'phono
nnd fired tho nurso for aiding 1
abetting me." Now York Press.
Dallade of the Qood Fellov
If only I had lots nf xtu(T
I lii-i jmi I would make It fly,
Id set n paco would make Vm puff
To catch me, or nt least M try.
I'd have the best that cash could bus,
I KUeHS I'd mako the pikers h til re,
Tim IdKhest would be nono too hluh,
If I weie but a mltllonalto.
Most of the breed nio mighty gruff
A fronty glitter In tlio eye,
Ah If wo wero not pood enough
Tln latcliotH of their shoes to tic!
Hut I'd bo Hoft nnd sweet us pie,
I'd never try to awo or ncnro,
Affecting manners brusque and dry,
If I wero but a millionaire.
If nnybody's luck wns tough,
Ills wants I quickly would supply,
I would that lin't nny bluff,
Just como nnd boo me when you'r
Don't think that I'd a loan deny.
My wealth I'd wnnt my friends to
No chum for help would vnlnly cry,
If I wero but n millionaire.
Hut, prince, on you I must rely,
IIno you. perchnnco, n ten to spare?
None would respond hh soon ns I,
If I weru but a millionaire.
A Hint for the Earl.
Tho now Lord-hlcutcnnnt of Ire
land, tho Earl of Aberdeen, who owns
nbout 03,000 acres of land In Scot
land, Is fond of telling this story.
Ho wns onco walking out In a coun
try district whero ho had rarely boen
bofore, nnd paused bcsldo n cottago
garden fenco to watch an old laborer
"Is this n good soil?" ho question
ed. "Aye," responded tho other.
"What 13 your next crop to be?"
wns another Interrogation.
Tho worker looked up and gazed
disapprovingly nt tho stranger, nnd
"You don't know anything nbout
crops, young man. Just hlro a nfco
llttlo allotment somewhere, and tnko
to cttltlvatln' It, nnd you'll hnvo some
thing hotter to do than to romo Inter
rtiptln' busy folk!"
New England Interpretation.
Cardinal Gibbons was facetious
when tho Irish Indies' choir of Dublin
called on him. Turning suddenly ho
"Which ono of you Is tho oldest?"
Nono claimed the honor, and all
i Tho talk drifted nrounil to Ollmorb
and his band, nnd Cardinal Gibbons
told of how Gllmorc, nt Coney Island,
hearing that tho cardinal was In tho
audience, played "Maryland, My Mary
land," and how It pleased him.
"Gllmorc," snld tho cardinal, "wns
famous for his playing of Mozart's
'Twelfth Mass.' Onco ho played It In
a North Carolina town, and noxt day
tho local paper announced that ho 'ren
dered with great effect "Mozart's
Twelfth Massachusetts." "Pittsburg
Tell How to R raise Money.
A new wrinkle In promotion
schemes Is being unfolded by a busi
ness concorn having headquarters In
tho Illinois metropolis. A specialty of
this cntcrprlso Is to furnish "monoy
raising plans for church workors."
Tho firm announces:
"If you wish to ralso cash oaslly
and quickly for any church, Sunday
school or society fund, send a postal
to-day. Our recently published now
mothod souvenirs of church and pas
tor havo already realized In cash up
wards of two hundred thousand dol
lars." A typical form of Indorsement rends
In this fashion: "Wo will send you
hundreds of letters In which real
church workers tell how they uso tho
plans wo submit."
The Flve-Year-Old'o Prayer.
Two brothors, ono 8, tho othor C,
wore In tho library when tho younger
ono overturned tho Ink. When moth
er nppenred nnd sought tho culprit
Wlnthrop denied It flatly. Shocked
at tho deliberate falsehood, tho big
brother hurriedly Unolt down and
"Dear God: Pleaso forglvo Wln
throp for telling lies. Ho doosn't
know how wrong It Is. Amen."
With a look of scandallzod con
tompt nt tho kncollng brothor, Wln
throp knelt nnd prayed:
"Doar God: I wish my brothor
lived In anothor houso so ho couldn't
peek. Amen." Exchange
Ho No, I didn't lose any money on
tho horses yesterday.
She Oh! Then you didn't mako
SIMPLE CURE FOR SNAKEBITE.1;
Life of Coolie Auerted to Have Been
8aved by Mesmerism.
When I was stationed nt Nowshcra
news was brought to me one morning
that ono of my collies had been bitten'
by a snnko and was dying, says the
Madras Times. I hurried to his hut
and found tho mnn unconscious and,
bleeding from his mouth and noso. A
few pusses from tho head downward
stopped tho bleeding. I continued thq
passes, and In ten minutes ho was
nblo to open his oyes, but unable to
speak or move his hands or limbs.
I continued tho passes, and nftcrtho
lapse of another flvo minutes ho wns
nblo to speak feebly nnd Indicate tho
seat of pain. Each pass gradital'y
worked tho position downward nnJ
the man's speech grow stronger by
degrees, and In half an hour's tlmo
from tho beginning of tho operation
the man wns able to sit up. Having
worked tho poison down bolow tho
Knees, I tied a ligature below tho kneo
and sent him to n hospital, whero ho
eventually recovered. Ho was bitten
In tho right foot. 1 should very much
have liked to have carried tho experi
ment out to the end nnd hnvo bled
him, but not being n medlcol man, nnd
ns thoio was a hospital only a fow
miles distant, I had to submit to circumstances.
In Aqua Appendicitis.
Appendicitis Is, by statistics, shown
to bo far moro prevalent nmong tcc
totalcrs than among moderate users
of alcohol, probably on nccount of tho
weakening of tho nppendlx by exces
sive mineralization. Wo of tho old
school drink our bottle of Mcdoc
when dining, with tho result that wo
nre gny ond well, freo from appendi
citis. Chicago American.
WILD VITH ITCHING HUMOR.
Eruption Broke Out In Spots All Over
Body Cured at Expense of Only
$1.25 Thanks Cutlcura.
Tho Cutlcura Remedies cured mo of
my skin disease, and I nm very thank
ful to you. My trouble wns eruption
of tho skin, which broko out In spots
nil over my body, and caused a con
tinual Itching which nearly drovo mo
wild at times. I got medlclno of a
doctor, but It did not cure me, nnd
when I saw In n papor your ad, I sent
to you for the Cutlcura book and I
studied my ense In It. I then went
to tho drug storo anjl bought ono cako
of Cutlcura Soap, ono box of Cutlcura
Ointment and ono vial of Cutlcura
Pills. From tho first application I re
ceived relief. I used tho first set nnd
two extra cakes of Cutlcura Soap, and
wns completely cured. I had suffored
for two years, and I again thank Cutl
cura for my cure. Claude N. John
son, Mnplo Grovo Farm, R. F. D. 2,
Walnut, Kan., Juno IB, 1905."
Not satlatloil with tho usual graft
ing adopted by Horticulturists, a
Frenchman, M. Molllard of Paris, has
started In to transform vegetables,
Already ho has succeeded In turning
a radish Into a potato according to
a recent consular report
$100 Reward, $100.
Tb retdert of tnl pipr will be pleaiail to letn
thit tbr ,i it lean ona ilreidea tllioao lht cteac
tut boen tblo to cum In nil lu lUvei, tad thtb II
(.iltrrn. lUU'a Cttirrn Cure la tno only puilttra
euro now known to ttia medical fraternity. Catarrn
being a cunatltutlunal dlieaaa, raqulrea conilttm
tlraal treatment. Haifa Catarrh Curs la taken In.
toraally, actlnij dlroctly upon tbe blood and mucoaa
lurfacee of tlia ejateni, thereby deitrorlng tne
foundation of tbe dUeate, and gli-ln tbe patient
Urengtn by building up tbs constitution and uniting-
nature In domic Ita work. Tbe proprietors bare
omucb fatttila Itscuratlre powera tbat tber offer
One Hundred DolUri for any caie tbat It falls to
cure. Send for Hat of testimonials.
Address r. J. C11ENK V A CO., Toledo, O.
Bold br all Drumtiats, 7Jo.
Take flail's Family fills for constipation.
Tribute to the Methodists.
Thomas Turner was proprietor of a
largo dry goods storo In Wllllmantlc,
Conn. Ho camo from England to this
country a poor boy, working at. first
In tho cotton mills, and roso to be
ono of tho foremost men In his bor
ough. He was a pillar of the Metho
dist church, and the writer on many
occasions heard him at the experience
mootlngs toll of tho good tho church
had done blm, winding up his remark
"Hall HI 'avo hand ham HI howe
to tho Mcthodlsls." Boston Horald.
XUch, Juicy BadUhes Free.
Everybody loves juicy, tender radish'!.
Balzcr knows this, hence he offers to send
rou absolutely free sufficient radish seed
lo keep you In tender radithes all sum
pier long and his great
salzeu's lUitaiiK seed hook.
with Its wonderful surprises and great
Largalna in seeds at bargain prices.
The enormous crops on our seed farms
(he past season compel us to issue this
SEND THIS KOTICB TO-DIT.
and receive the radishes and tho wonder
ful Ilargain llook frcp.
Remit 4o and wo add a package of Cos
mos, the most fashionable, serviceable,
beautiful annual flower. ,-
John A. Salzcr Sew. Co., Lock Drawee
W , 1 Croe, Wis.
In Lnpland when tho door of a warm
joom Is opened during the winter It
Is Immediately followed by a minin
turo snowstorm In the roorn. the con
dcnsoiT molsturo falling In Hakes.
I am suro Plso's Curo for Consumption ave4
my llfo thrco years ago. Mrs. Thos. Koudimi,
Maple Street. Norwich. N. V.. Tcb. 17, 1IO0.
Japan's government will rcnllzo
$8,100,000 from tho sale of such mer
chant vessels solzod during tho wnr
as It does not dcslro to koep for Its
own auxiliary sorvlco,
Mrs. Wlnelow'e Soothing- Hymn.
Tor cblldren teetbliu , sof tana tbe guns, redueee la
i Camuallon, alia j a pain, cures wUl collu, 2o a bottle.
Lyons, In tho valloy of tho Rhono In
France, is tho largest silk manufac
turing center In tho world, producing
annually nbout $80,000,000 worth.
AMERICAN WHEAT FOR NORWAY,'
Prospect of Another Good Market for'.
Amcilcun wheat In Norway Is lndl-j
cated as n promising possibility.
Grains and their products are the most!
Important Norwegian Imports, amount
lug to 20 per cent of tho total, and ara
valued nt $13,000,000 to $15,000,000 a
year. Ryo and barley lead, though
there Is n considerable Importation of
mnlze, wheat and oats. Wheal flour
leads tho list of Hours and meals'
Most of the grains Imported comoj
from the ports of southern Russia,!
tho flours and meals seem to come
mostly from Germany. A largo quan-i
tlty down to tho credit of Germnny
comes from the United States and
other countries, nnd Is transshipped
from German points. Wheat flour Is
tho only article In tho list that bIiowrJ
tor promises well for Uncle Sam's landj
The present prospect of a largo crop
Indicates an opportunity which Is
pointed out as something that might
bo mado much of weie American mili
ars and cereal merchants carefully to
go over tho ground. The proximity of
itho two countries, their mutual respect!
for each other, tho number of Norwe-i
glans In the United States, tho lra-j
proved transportation facilities point!
to n particularly largo ucsslblllty of.
n largo Norway-United Stntes cereal!
PREACHER AND EDUCATOR DEAD'
Presbyterian Church Suffers Loss ln
Passing of Dr. Monfort. I
Rov. Joseph Glnss Monfort, noted asi
I preacher and educator, died Fob. I1
In his home on Walnut Hills, Clncln-i
hntl. For many years ho wns editor'
Df the Herald and Presbyter, an organ'
hf tho Presbyterian church. Dr. Mon-i
fort was born in Warren county, Ohio'
rind was graduated In 1834 from Mlamll
university. After studying theology'
lie was ordained to tho ministry, and;
held pastorates In Ohio and Indiana
towns. In 1855 ho becamo editor of
tho Presbtcrlnn of tho West, later!
known as tho Presbyter, and after Ita
union with tho Presbyterian Herald as'
tho Herald and Presbjter. In tho.'
General councils of tho church Dr.
Monfort always exerted much lufiu
nee, nnd In fnct for years tho family
ias been conspicuous In Presbyterian'
circles. A son of Dr. Monfort, Capt.i
12. R. Monfort, Is postmaster at Cln-
WORKERS SENT TO PARLIAMENT-
English Voters Choose Laboring Men1
to Make Laws.
A cotton spinner hns captured Sir
'james Fergusson's sent In Munches-1
ter; a mlllhand has beaten Sir Ernest
Flower In Drndford; printers havo!
headed the poll at Norwich, Durnloy,!
Manchester nnd Deptford; a navvy,;
who was onco employed In excava
tions for tho Manchester ship canal, Is
member for Stoko-on-Trent; a railway
guard has a majority of over 7,000 at
Nowcastle-on-Tyno, where Mr. Morloyi
once suffered defeat. An obscuro col
lier has distanced a mineowner; a cot
ton opcratlvo hns vanquished Lord
Goschen's son nt Rolton; a stonema
son's son and a warehouse clerk have
each won by 7,500 votes at Leicester
over Sir John Rolleston; a laster In a
iboot factory has carried a Wolver
hampton seat against Sir Alfred Hick
man; miners have been victorious ntl
iMorpcth nnd In Glamorganshire; a'
furniture mnkcr who had begun life In.
fa mineral wnter factory triumphs at
.Leeds, and men who havo been can
penters, shipwrights, stcelsmelters,
sailors, engineers, mechanics, pltmon
jnnd even newsboys are sent to par
liament In place of unlvorslty mon,i
baronets with large estates, shipown
ers, mnnufneturers, bankors and tho
.sons at carls. Now York Trlbuno Cathie.
The Great World Map.
Geographers representing the prln-i
felpal nations aro at work upon a map'
of tho entlro earth on a scale of 1 to"
rf,000,000, nnd Professor Pcnck, the.'
Gorman gcographor, roports that 69
shoots out of -137 plnnncd had been'(
complctod up to March last. A din-'
tnnco of one mile will bo represented
by a spaco about ono-slxteenth of an
Inch long. Thoro nro, of course, many
maps of small areas on a much larger
scale than this, but to reprcbunt the
whole fttco of tho known world on this
scnlo Is nn undertaking of va4t lntor-1
Gov. Pennypacker Buys Old Wagon. ,
Gov. Pennypacker has Just purchase
ed from Dr. Rein Kooler of Hnrloys
vlllo nn old Concstoga wagon used In
ho provision train of tho Continental
hrmy. One of tho nxlos of tho wngon
)jroko after tho vohlclo had been hoav
Jly laden at Pennypacker Mills, near
flchwenksvlllo, with meat for Wash
ington's soldiers In Valloy Forgo. The
wngon was abandoned at tho tlmo and
afterward camo Into tho possession of
u neighbor, who passed It from gen
eration to gonoratlon until Dr. Keolor
finally got It. Philadelphia Press.
cyytJ'" w-rj- "-v - - i i
,EGQ8 ALL CONTAIN A POISON
Aetlon of Gastric Juices and Bile Pre
vents Bad Effects.
Paragraphs have been extensively
published In the dally papers dealing
iWlth tho researches of 'M. Lolsel of
Paris on the recurrence of poisonous
principles In eggs. It seems that the
yolk of the eggs of hens, ducks and
tortoises contain a poison which, If
injected Into tho veins or othcrwlso
Inoculated Into tho nnlmal body,
causes death from Its effects on tho
nervous system. Tho white of tho tor
toise's egg also contains a toxic sub
stance Why eggs are not poisonous ns or
dinarily used or oven when eaten raw
pi ay be explained on the ground that
tho action of digestion alters tho com
position of the egg or at least modifies
Jt so that 111 effects aro avoided. In
deed, It Is easy to show that certain
IfoodB at a particular stagoof digestion
fro "poisons." It Is tho action of the
ver on such foods which robs them
pf thoir porer to do harm.
Comanche Counts Queerly,
A peculiar fcaturo about tho Co
mancho language is tho method ol
counting. A Comancho will count up
to ten In tho 1, 2, 3, i, 5, G, 7, 8, 9, 10
method, but there ho stops. He
doesn't uso eleven, but Instead he
counts It as "ten and one more," and
so on, until ho reaches nlncteon,
when ho pronounces nineteen. He
then pronounces twenty, but starts In
with "twenty and ono moro" until he
reaches twenty-nine, which ho counts
itwenty-nlnc, then starts In with thir
ty, llko ho did twenty, and counts to
thirty-nine, nnd so on all tho way up.
Counting Is the most difficult thing to
earn In tho Comancho language. In
fact, by tho time a person has learned
5o count In that languago ho has pret
. y well masterod It. As thero Is no
plphabet In the language tho only way
to learn It Is by word of mouth.
TO CCRP. A COLD IN ONE DAT
Take LAXATIVE DKOMO quinine Tablets. Drug-
J lata refund moner If It falls to euro. E. W.
Praise American Stamps.
Commenting on the "washy" colors
of British postage stamps, tho Pall
Mall Gazette expresses a wish that
tho Drltlsh government would uso
"such oxcellent dyes as are In uso
In America and other countries, whoso
stamps are a pleasure to look at, In
stead of an oycBoro, llko our own."
A large lot. pnekngo Red Cross Hall HI up, only
cents. Tao Ituss Company, South licod, lad.
An Awful Possibility.
"When I was a boy," said an old
gentleman, "I attended the old Gor
ham Academy In Malno. Ono time
tho Rev. Caleb Dradley of Scarbor
ough, Mass., came to talk to us. It
was during the presidency of Mr.
Polk, and his remarks showed how
much higher political fooling ran In
thoso days than now. He said, 'If
you mako good boys you will mako
good men. Soma of you might mako
a Washington, Bomo of you a Jeffer
son, and tho Lord knows most any of
you might mako n Polk.'"
Europe has a population of about
395,000,000, or about one-fourth of that'
of tho whole world. Bolglum has tho
No Fool I v
"Falling In lovo" In Its larger lm
plications Is tho ono thing In life)
worth doing, for It Is tho sourco, not
only of the human race, but of all Its,
Ideals. The man In love Is no fool.'
A TRAINED NURSE
After Years of Experience Advises Women In
Regard to Their Health.
Mrs. Martha Pohlman ((bmhiK
who a H,HHK
'graduato Nurso from tho ZHBHKSHNHIB
I Blockley Training Sohool, VBPHuHaiiiiiBaC
Philadelphia, for jTM
years Chiof Cllnio iLHV bHbbbHbbbK '
Nurso at the Philadelphia HJHaWSk faaBBBBBBHEaLat
Hospital, writes the latter IK VliiiHiaaBi
'printed below. Bha haa Bl SKE
tho ad vantage of personal ,L " BH
d what she has to PyitnMV IH
may be absolutely E'f Ml t 'jUM
upon. IK IP AHH
can regain in the .HBIHBbLH
pamo way. is HsKlLSPlB'llB
ito heed audi odvico from aHHKRIOcHrEKH
(such a source. WTTlKKKSBfS&lKk
(Mrs, Fohlman writes: 0nBUKBmKiKKM
"1 am firmly persuaded, m (flaHaLHaLliLLiLLi
after eight years of experience MAtaai LLLLHeaLiLflLLLLBBLi
with LydU E. Finkham's " HsJHHBaaH
(Vegetablo Compound, that it UAnttVtft HlBirBLLLEiiil
Is tbe safest and best medldne 'Aarttt liLH
for any suffering woman to f i aBHIsLLLLLLLLH
" Immediately after my aflHaMBBBBHBBBBBHaBBBB
marriage I my j1VVk!!bbbLbHHbbbbI
health began to fail mo. I be. JwmBtBKBEB
camo weak and polo, with Ah(HUH
serero bearing-down pains, jflflfeHRHHEH
fearful backaches fre- jflajBHHBHHBH
quent dizzy spoils. Tho doctors CSHHIiHHHI
proscribed for did m3KaBHBHBBBHBBVIEV5a
not Improve. fcBBaaaBBaaaBiiBmBmjgjaa'
after eating, and froquontly , '
become nauseated. 1 boil
Kins down through my limbs so I could
rdly walk. It was as bad a case of female
trouble as I havo over known, Lydla E.
Flnkham's Vegetable Comound, however,
cured mo within four months. Since that
tune I have had occasion to recommend It to
a number of patients suffering: from all
forms of femnlo dlfllcultles, and I find that
while it Is considered unnrofciulonal to rec
ommend a patent modlcine. I can honestly
recommend Lydla K. l'lnkham's Vegetable
Compound, for I have found that It cures
female Ills, whore all other medlclno falls. It
is a grand medlclno for sick women."
Monoy cannot buy such testimony as
this merit alono can produce such re
sults, nnd tho ablest specialists now
agree that Lydla 3. Plnlthara's Vege
table Compound is tho most univer
sally successful remedy for all female
diseases known to medicine.
When women nro troubled with ir
regular, suppressed or puluful periods,
weakness, displacement or ulceration
of tho femalo organs, that bearing
down feeling, inflammation, backache,
bloating (or flatulence), general debili
ty, indigestion, and nervous prostra
tion, or aro beset with such symptoms
as dizziness, faintness, lassitude, exclta-
AMMIA GANJE CURED ,
Dr. Williams' Pink Pllla Make New
Blood and Strike Straight at the
Root of Disease.
Antomin is just the doctor's name fori
bloodlessness. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,
actually make new blood. They curoi
nuwrnia just ns food cures hunger. They
cured Mrs. Thos. J. McQaiiu, of 171
Lincoln Plnco, Plaiufleld, N. J and they,
can do ns much for any other pale, weakt
ailing, bloodless person,
" In tho spring of 1003 I did my usual. r
house cleaning," says Mrs. McQauu, ,
" nud soon nftervvnrd I begun to hnvo the
most torriblo hendnches. My heart
would bent so iricBulnrly that it wns
pninfnl nud thero camo n morning when
I could not get up. My doctor snid I had
nnromlnnud ho wns surprised that I hndj
continued to llvo in tho condition I vvasj
iti. I was confined to my bed for nearly,
two mouths, the doctor coming every
day for tho flrst fuvv weeks, but I did
not Improve) to amount to anything.
"Altogether I wns sick for nearly two,
yenrs. I wns ns wenk ns n rag, had'
headaches, irregular heart bents, loss of,
appetite, crumps in tho limbs nud wns'
unnblo to get u good night's sleep. My.
legs nud feet wero so swollen thnt 1,
feared they would burst.
"One day, vvhilolwnswoiidoriiigliovf
long I could llvo, feeling lis I did, I re
ceived rt booklet telling nbout Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills for Pulo People. I;
read it and told my husband to get mo
some of tho pills, lie fori) tho first box
wns gono I felt iv eluingo for tho bettor.'
I lmvn taken about tvvelvo boxes nnd nl-.
though I waHitH lienrthogrnvoiislcouldl
be, I now feel ns if I hnd n now lenso of
llfo. I hnvo no moro headache, tho heart
bents regularly, my cheeks nro pink nud'
I feel ton yenrs younger. I feel thnt I
hnvo been cured very cheaply nnd I hnvo'
recommended Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,
to lots of ray friends."
For further information address the
Dr. Williams Mcdiciiio Co., Scheucc-'
tody, N. Y.
Ever Hear of "Scotty" and His Record
The story, briefly told, Is this: WaK
ter Scott, tho Donth Valley gold miner,!
mado tho trip from Los Angeles to
Chicago laBt summer on a special
train over tho "Santa Fo" In loss than'
45 hours. That whirlwind train cost!
him moro than 6,000. It was the,
fastest long dlstanco run over moun
tains and plains ever made on any
American railway. It demonstrate!
beyond dlsputo that tho Santa Fa
track, equipment and employees aro of
tho dopcndnblo kind. Probably you'
wouldn't caro to rldo so fast. You pre
fer tho luxury of our thrco trains from
Utah and Colorado to Everywhere
East and Southwest.
Ask mo for ticket rates and litera
ture. C. F. WAHREN.
O. A., A. T. & S. F. Uy.
Ill Dooly niock. Salt Lake City, Utah.
blllty, irritability, nerrousness, Bleep
lessuess, melancholy, "all-gone " and
" want- to-bo-loft-alono'' feelings, blues
and hopelessness, they should romonv
ber there ia one tried and true remedy.
Lydla E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Com
pound nt onco removes such troubles.
No other female medlclno in the
world haa received such widespread
and unqualified endorsement.
Tho needless suffering of womon from
diseases peculiar to their sex is terrible
to bco. Tho money which they pay to
doctors who do not help them is an jv '
enormous waste. The pain is cured V
and tho money is saved by Lydla E,
Plnkham's Vegotablo Compound.
It is vell for women who aro ill to
wrlto Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass,
Tho present Mrs. Pinkham is the
daughter-in-law of Lydla K. Pinkham,
l.;r assistant for many years bofore her
decease, and for twenty -five ye am
slnco her advice has been freely given
to sick women. In her groat experi
ence, which covers many years, she
has probably had to deal with dozens
of oases just llko yours. Her odvico
is striotly confidential.
Lydla L Ptakluui's VeftetaMe CwHud SKCMfc Where Others Fall