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Iff I Name f Thomas Jefferson i
II J One of America's Greatest
B j One of the first documents with
which the Amcrlcnn student becomes
'familiar la tho Declaration of lnd
Hid 1 Ipcndcnce. Hn licarn It rend, In hit)
HE ichlldhood, upon those red letter occte
HD Islons, the vlllngo Fourth of 'uly cole
I jbrutlons; ho peruses It In 1 when
l 'he familiarizes himself w Ills-
HjB 'tory of his country; and ,H en
Hi him for critical study In connection
HJ1 with his rhetoric.
Hjy The author of this wonderful cam-
HJ jKisltlon was a strange comhluntlon of
HJl simplicity nnd astuteness. In soma
HJ things ho was Impractical nnd vision-
HK nry In the extreme; In otkeis his Juds-
HHjCt incnt was unerring and his foresight
Hj' . He was an opponent of slavery, con-
HJ' Sending that the continuant u of the
HJi' (traffic In humanity would result in
Hal Jtroublo and liloodshcd. He went so far
Hj fas to Incorporate In the Declaration
HJ) of Independence nu article denouncing
Hi,'- t George HI for tmcournglng Hie Hlnvn
H- ;. trade. This was one of the clauses
Hi .that was stricken out Ity the revising
HJ .committee. Ijiter, when In the house
Hj! flf burgesses of Virginia, he attempted
HJ to eccuro the enactment of n law tJ
HJk the effect that after n certain date all
Hbk negroes horn of slave parents wore (a
HHj ,1)0 free. The act was defeated. In
HHJ ,hls autobiography, written In 1821, ho
HHJ "The day Is not far distant when II
HHJ must adopt It, or uorso will follow.
HH (Nothing Is more certainly written In
HH ' . ' 'the book of fate than these peoplo are
HH ;to he free."
HH As n contrast to these prophetic
HH (Statements, listen to whnt he had to
HH) (say relative to yellow fever: t
HH "Most evils nro tho means of pro-
HH ,-duclng some good. Tho yellow fovur
HHJ iwlll discourage tho growth of great
HHJ Cltles In our nation, and I view great
HHJ 'cities as pestilential to tho morals,
HHJ health and liberties of man." Later
HHJ c !ho wroto:
HHJ l ' "Cultivators of the earth aro the
HHJ jinost vigorous, tho most virtuous, tho
HHJ ' inost Independent. I consider artificers
HHJ j as panders of vice and tho Instruments
HHJ jby which tho liberties of a country aro
HHJ generally overturned. Were I to In-
HHJ jdulge in my own theories, I shouuld
HHJ Jwlsh the States to practice neither
HHJ .commerce nor navigation."
HHJ i j Jefferson came from an old Amerl-
HHJ can family, his ancestors having pro-
HHJ ceded the Plymouth Pilgrims. He flrat
HHJ t saw the light of day April 13, 1743. He
HHJ 'was sensibly brought up, received a
HHJ fair education, and was not remiss in
HHJ physical culture. Ho entered the Will-
HHJ lam and Mary college at tho age of
HHJ 17, and continued therein until he
HHVJ graduated. He then read law In the
HHJ office of George Wytre. began the
HHJ practice of law in 17C7. nnd married
HHJ . the young widow of Hat hurst Skclton,
HHJ jJnn. 1, 1772. Jefferson was twice elect-
HHJ -ed to the house of burgesses of Vlr-
HHJ glnln, and then became a member of
HHJ 'the Colonial congress, In which body
HHJ lie was chosen In draft the reply of
HHJ (Virginia to Lord North's conciliatory
HHJ propositions. He also drafted the
HHJ manifesto nfter the battlo of Hunker
HHJ allll, congress' reply to Lord North,
vnto life, though not Inactivity. It was
during this period of retirement that
he wroto his "Notes on Virginia." A
Inrge part of this work was dono under
tho shelter of n peculiar rock, which
still Btands, nnd which has been
known, since that time, as "Jefferson's
In 1782 death took from him his be-,
loved wife, and to divert his mind
from his snnow ho accepted n mission
to Fiance. In 1783 he retrned to servo
another term In congress, nnd later
returned iinln to France, spending
soveinl years there as tho representa
tive of this nation. Ho returned to
become n member of Washington's
cabinet, In the capacity of secretary
It 3 a rcmnrkuhlo coincidence that
the close of tho llfo of the author of
the document that gave this country
tho Fourth to celebrute should occur
on July 4, but such wns the case.
Ills health began falling him In the
winter of 1821!. Ho continued to de
cline throughout the spring nnd the
early summer months, and It was evi
dent to nil, himself Included, that he
was Hearing his end. Ho expressed
on earnest deslro to llvo till July 4,
the nnnlversnry of tho signing of tho
HHHl I ' "- l M jk
HHj i3TO!i);; --
HHJ Montlcello, the country seat of Jefferson.
Declaration of Independence, nnd his
wish was realized. At 1 o'clock on
that memornblo day ho breathed his
In Qulncy, Mass., upon that day, nn-,
other ex-presldent was bidding fare
well to this world. John Adams had,
been counting the hours of his life
till this patriotic day should arrive,
nnd ho died with these words upon
his lips: "Thomas Jefferson still1
lives." Los Angeles Times.
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HHJ i ( ' , Jefferson Rock.
HJ nnd Inter was mado chairman of the
HHJ 'cominltlco appointed to draw up a Dec-
HHJ Jarutlon of Independence,
HHJ ' After serving two terms In congress,
HHJ I land declining to servo n third term
HHJ , j'to which ho had been elected, he at
HHJ 1 .'tempted to retire to prlvute llfo, hut
HHJ (was persuadod to cuter n third tlmo
HMJ j ithe houso of burgesses of Virginia.
HHJ J jArter Borylng (ho state In this capncl-
HI i !ty, ho was elected governor of the
HJ I state.
H-J ' was a tgrbulent period In tho his
HH 1 (tory or thatcommonwealth, and at the
HHlJ iBd of bis term ho again Bought prt-
HHHHMjBMMiJMMtiMEaLl r-ifJf :,?rrTxiflimtm J.
A New Story of Washington.
At n recent meeting of tho Wash
ington Heights chapter of tho D. A.
It. the regent related a story of Wash
Ington and tho Jumel Mansion which
was now to thoso present, nnd runs
Washington and Auron nurr had
mot In tho council chambor to tils
cuss certain mattors connected with
tho revolution, when they wero star
tied by seeing a band of 500 Indlnns
coming up the roadway. These lat
ter presented themselves to the
"Great Whlto Father." and asked him
to smoke the pipe of peace with them.
This he and Burr proceeded to do
with alacrity, and when tho ceremony
was completed and tho Indians had
Turned to go, Washington heaved a
sigh of relief and said: "I never in
my llfo was so delighted to see the
backs of a delegation!" Whereupon
Hurr-asked if he wero not glad that
they had only desired that ho should
smoke tho pipe of peuco with them.
"Yes, very glad, Indeed," Washing
ton is reported to huvo replied, "but
for two lone white men to smoke tho
pipe or peace with GOO Indians Isn't
such nn unalloyed pleasure after all!"
Grandest Man of Any Age.
The Now Orleans Plcnyuno snys
George Washington wns tho world's
most Illustrious man In all tho history
of tho modern nge, or Indeed bIiico
tho full of tho Romnn emplro, "Wash
ington, In tho grand free republic
which he built, has In his honor a
monument which, in tho magnltudo
of Its dimensions, In tho henoflconco
of Its mission and In Ua ability to
promoto tho happiness and wclfaro of
Its peoplo, has no parallel In tho on.
tiro history of human affairs. His
great and glorious works, which follow
and survlvo him, mark him as truly,
the grandest man of any ago or 9
(GOT HALF OF MINISTER'S FEE.
Transaction Added Little to the Cab
man's Bank Account.
John had tho name of beta? tho
Jolllost man In town. But tonight,
which wns apparently tho worst night
In tho year, ovon John woro a long
face, and as ho Bwung his cab door
open for t-e minister to enter, John's
doleful expression was bo noticeable
that tho minister Inquired if ho were
thinking nbout the work of cleaning
off tho mud In tho morning.
"No, It Is -not the work that I'm
thinking of. If I could mnko lis much
as you this evening, I wouldn't mind
It n bit."
"Well," replied tho minister, "I am
to marry a couple this evening nnd
I'll glvo you Imlf of my fee for drlv
tag mo out nnd back."
"It Is n deal," replied John.
After nn hour of dreary driving
through cold and rain John drew up
In fiont of n small houso in which
tho sorvlco was to tnko place. It was
two long hours of cold waiting before
tho minister reentered the cnb, and
the homo drlvo wns made. With a
spirit of expectancy John onco more
swung open tho cnb door In' front of
tho minister's houso. Tho minister
stepped out, nnd ns ho entered his
own door ho turned nnd said:
"Flvo hundred thnnks, John," leav
ing tho bewildered cabman to figure
out whnt his exact feo had been. San
A Serious Hereditary Trouble Cured
By Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
Sufferers front ailments thnt havo af
flicted in regular succchhIoh ouo getisra
tiou nfter another of their family aro, ns
n rulo, inclined to submit to them as in
evitable. The case which follows proves
that such hereditary difficulties aro not
beyond the reach of curative forces and
should inspire hopefulness and a rendi
tions to try remedies thnt have effected
signal cures, huch ns thnt which is hero
Mrs. Elizabeth IlniiuellR, of No. 408
East Seventh street, Newton, Kansas,
gives tho following account of her nil
moiit nnd her care :
"For twoyenrs I suffered from a trying
nervousness in my lower limbs from luy
knees down, ns my mother nnd my
grandmother had suffered heforo me.
Tho Hituation was for many years ac
cepted ns tiuavoldnblo hucnupn heredi
tary. But about two years ago, when my
sou wns realizing benefit from the uso o'f
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, I thought tlicro
might possibly bo somo good in them for
mo. My trouble- had then become so
serious ns to mnko it dlfllcnlt for me to
sleep. I often had to walk tho floor in
rcstlossucss tho whole night. After tak
ing somo six boxos tho twitching disap
peared nnd I censed to uko tho remedy.
i evidently stopjied n little too soon for
nervousness camo back nfter n mouth or
BO nnd I used tho pills ngniu for n short
time. Rollef camo nt onco nnd siuce I
topped using thoin tho second time I
havo been freo from any return of the
twitchiugs or from any interference with
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have 'c tired
tho worst cases of bloodlessuehs, indiges
tion, influenza, headaches, lumbago, sci
atica, neuralgia, nervousness, spinal
weakness and tho special ailments of girls
Mid worn on. For further Information,
address tho Dr. Williams Medlcino Co.,
Schenectady, K. Y.
Plants of the Desert.
Other plants than the cacti are
scarce In Death valley, but two spe
cies of mosquito grow from one end
of tho valley to the other, both bloom
tag profusely and adding their quota
of odor to tho air. When they seed,
tho beans aro gathered by the Plutei
and ground up for flour. x
IT offer On Hundred DolUri Bewinl for tar
mm ot Ctna Hit ciuinot b cured by Hairi
W. to OB4tontnd. n?t known r. J. Cheotr
fbrtknlut IJihii, and btlleT blm trt ectlr Hon-
cmbln In nil bnilntM triQtcUoni and financially
aM to earn out any obligation road by bla firm.
Waldiiiu, Kiiaui 4k Uabtix,
Wboleula Unwhu, Toledo, O.
Half! Catarrh Care U taken Internally, acting
directly upon tbe blood and roncoue eurt ace ot tbe
intim, TeitlmonUU ent free, rrlce 73 cent per
TUe Dan' Family fill for conitlpaUon,
Relic for British Museum.
Tbe original proclamation for tho
capturo of Prince Charles Edward
(the Young Protendor), datod White
hall, August 21, 1745, has recently
been discovered, and purchased by tbe
Garfield Tea, Mild Laxative.
Nothing has yet taken tho placo of
Garfield Ten, Naturo's temedy for kid
ney and liver trouble, constipation and
Blck headache. Contains no harmful
Ingredlonts, nothing but medicinal
herbs. Sold at all drug stores. Send
for freo samplo to Garfleld Tea Co.,
Irony ot Fate.
Gen. Kokstouroff, running upstairs
to thank tho mlnlstor of war for or
dering him to tho front (ho had
bogged to bo allowed to dlo a soldlor's
doath), was claimed by heart dlscaso
on tho top step.
PUo'ii Curo for Consumption U an Infallible
tnodlclno tor coughs nnd coldn. N. V. Haudil,
Ocean Urovo, N. J.. Feb. 17. 11)00.
Love, the Magician.
Lovo Is tho great magician, who
alone can work miracles. It lives on
throughout all chango, fitting Itself
to altered cl?:umstanccs, nnd tri
umphing In tho end over fate, over
A round trip rate of $50 to California
will bo In effoct all winter via tho now
and popular Salt Lake Itouto. Soo
nearest agent or write for Information
to J. L. Moore. D. P. A.. Salt Lako City.
Air Movement Over Water.
Experiments made with kite on
the Mediterranean have shown that
over a largo surface of water the tem
perature and tho rapidity of air move
rasnts decline sUadUy la proportion
t she altitude
RAI8ED FROM A DEATH-BED.
Mr. Pitts, Once Pronounced Incurable,
Has Been Well Three Years.
E. E. Pitts, CO Hathaway SL, Skow
hegan, Me., snys: "Seven years ago
my back ached nnd I was so run down
i that I was laid up
four months. I
1 had night sweats
AS and fainting spells
"3. M and dropped to 90
lJMkJ&i Pounds. The urlno
ImTMWk pa8scd every few
. ,frjftT minutes with In
&!mFriwM$h t tcnse Pln and
imK$MlV lookod nko bIod
4$rSrl DrP8y set 'n and
&&$'' tho doctors decld-
cd I could not llvo.
My wife got mo using Doan's Kidney
Pills, nnd ns they helpod mo I took
heart, kept on nnd wns cured so thor
oughly that I've been well threo
Sold by nil dealers. CO cents a box.
Fostcr-Mllbiirn Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
Tips In France.
Tho French aro said to expend no
less thnn $100,000,000 annually tn
tips. In Paris alone $50,000 a day
Is said to find Its way Into the poc
kets of waiters, cabmen, porters and
tho many other persons who look on
tips ,as their right and perquisite.
TO RUIIK A COLD IN ONE DAT
Take LAXAT1VK IlItOMO Quinine TableU. Drng
g1t refund money If It fell to' curs. B. W.
White Ants as a Delicacy.
Tho natives of nearly all parts of
Africa nro exceedingly fond of whlto
nnts ns a dish. On one occasion, while
camping on the banks of tho Zougaj
Livingstone was visited by a chief, and
as he was at dinner at tho time ho
gavo him a plcco ot bread and somo
preserved apricots. Tho chief seemed
to relish It very much, and Livingstone
asked him If he had anything equal to
that In his country. "Ah," said he,
"did you over tasto whlto ants?" Llv
lngstono assured him that he had never
tried that delicacy. "Well, If you
had," replied the chief, licking his
mouth with pleasant memories, "you
nover could wish anything better."
Ever Hear of "Scotty" and His Record
Tho story, briefly told, Is this: Wal
ter Scott, tho Death Valley gold miner,
mndo tho trip from Los Angeles, to
Chicago last summer on a special
train over tho "Santa Fo" In less thnn
45 hours. That whirlwind trnln cost
him moro'thnn $6,000. It was the
fastest long dlstnncq run over moun
tains and plains over made on any
Amcrlcnn railway. It demonstrated
beyond dispute thnt tho Santa Fe
truck, equipment and employees are of
tho dependable kind. Probably you
wouldn't caro to rldo so fasL You pre
fer tho luxury of our three trains from
Utnh nnd Colorado to Everywhere
East and Southwest.
Ask mo for ticket rates and litera
ture. C. F. WAMIEN.
G. A.. A. T. & S. F. Ry.
411 Dooly Dlock. Salt Lako City, Utah.
Promote German Trade.
Within the last few months Ger
man capitalists have started banks for
the promotion of German trade In. East
Africa, West Africa, Asia Minor, Ar
gentina, Bulgaria and Central America.
Shako lata Tear SboM
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures pain
f ul, smarting, nervous foet and Ingrowing
nails, It's the greatest comfort discovery
of the age. Makes now shoes easy. A
certain cure for sweating feet: Sold by
all Druggists, 25c Trial package FREE.
Address I A. B. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
HERE PHILOLOQY IS BAFFLED.
Impossible to Trace Clearly the
Words "Tart" and "Pie."
Usago alone must decide the Issue
between "pie" and "tart," which has
roturnod to us with the gooseberries,
says tho London Chronicle. Phllol
ogy, at any rate, draws no clear dls
Unction. It only traces back "tnrt"
to tho Indian "tortus," twisted the
pastry bolng the twisted part, of
course, whllo It Is very doubtful about
"plo." On tho whole, Skeat's conjec
ture that this expresses tho mlscol
Iancous naturo of tho contents Is per
suasive All tho "pies" seom to go
back to tho original one, tho mngplo
In Latin, "pica" from whoso black
nnd whlto aspect comes "plod" and
"plohnld." Tho old ordlnnl or sorvlco
book was called "pica" or "plo" bo
causo of tho appearance of tho black
lotter typo on a whlto pago, and tho
cdlhlp pie, having equnlly mixed con
tents, mny havo been chrlstonod nftef
ihls by medieval humor. Prlntors'
Inngungo rotalns both "pica" for n
kind of typo nnd "pi" for typo all
Mn, Wlnilow'n Roothtna; Hymn.
Por cbtldren teetblutr, aof ten tbe Kuro, redueee 0
Cmmtlou, allty pain, cure wind collu. SM a bottle.
Uninjured by Terrible Fall.
A blind boy, who was left In chargo
of' a baker's horse nnd vnn near the
Clifton suspension bridge at Bristol,1
had a most marvelous escape from a'
cruol death. Tho horse walked straight
over tho cliffs and fell to the bottom,
a dlstanco of 200 feot. Tho boy him
self tumbled Into a tree, whonco ho
was afterward oxtrlcatcd unhurt, while
nt tho foot of tho cliffs tho cart was
found smashed to atoms. The mirac
ulous oscnpo does not end here, ns It,
was found that tho pony was unin
jured. Pearson's Weekly.
Everybody Worships Her.
Soveral weoks ago I was In an In
dian village and peeped Inside the
chief Hindu temple. To my great
Burprlso I saw tho portrait of a fam
ous London beauty, nlcoly framed,
calmly looking dovn on tho Idol be
neath it. The lady, I am sure, never
dreamed that her portrait would be
worshiped In this way. London Mall.
ONE 8MA.LL POINT OVERLOOKED.
Amateur Carpenter Had Forgotten to
Capt. Alexander Hutchins of Ells
worth, Me., although a sea captain of
ability, hns always been noted for
absent-mindedness. On ono occasion,
while at homo between trips, ho de
cided to have a spare chamber In
his houso lathed and plastered. Being
somewhat of a carpenter, ho under
took this part of it himself and la
bored at it Industriously for n day or
It was finally lathed according to hit
Not Made for a Carpenter,
ideas, and as ho drovo tho last nail
and survoyed his work, not without
pride, ho called his wlfo to see what a
good job ho had done.
She climbed the stairs and then
paused, somowhnt perplexed, and, after
looking In vain for an entrance, said:
"Why, Alex, whero's tho door?"
"By thunder!" exclaimed tho cap
tain, In amazement, "I forgot all about
It." Ho had actually lathed himself
Into tho room.
CREED CARVED ON TOMBSTONE.
Unbeliever Leaves Epitaph Expressing
Views on Life.
Among tho many interesting epi
taphs to bo found In Maino graveyards
Is tho following on a stone In tho
cemetery nt West Ripley:
JOHN L. JONES.
Born Feb. 7, 1811;
Died Aug. 11, 1875.
I camo without my own consent,
Lived n fow years, much discontent,
At human errors grlovlng;
I ruled myself by reason's laws,
But got contempt, and not applause,
Bccauso of disbelieving.
For nothing o'er could mo content,
To faith, somo people did assent,
Alono could glvo salvation.
But now tho grass docs me enclose,
The superstitious will suppose
I'm doomed to hell's damnation.
But as to that they do not know
Opinions oft from Ignorance flow,
Devoid of somo foundation.
'TIs easy men should bo deceived,
When anything by them's bcllovcd
Without a demonstration.
Deer Fought with Motor Car.
An extraordinary battlo between a
motor car and n deer recently oc
curred outsldo Perth, Scotland. A
gentleman and his friends wero trav
eling in their car by night along tho
high road. They wero going along
slowly, when they saw what seemed
to bo two green balls of flro suspended
In the air about five feet above the
road. The driver recognized tho oyes
of a deor, and, approaching tho ani
mal, ho turned the powerful headlight
on It, and sounded tho horn. Tho
combination ot light and noise seemed
to madden the animal, which was a
large buck, and It charged tho motor
car. The headlight was demolished at
tho first charge. In the second tho
deer cut one of the tires with his hoof.
The motorists felt themselves' defeat
ed, and tried to escape, but In the ex
citement of the moment tho driver
ran tho machlno Into a tree, and the
buck renewed his attack. Finally, one
of tho men succeeded In getting a rlflo
from beneath the scat and shot tho
Tho oldest existing watch In tho
world is shown In tho accompanying
illustration. It wob mado In Franco
in tho sixteenth century nnd, dosplto
Its age, Is still considered a very ar
tistic product. It Is nearly twice tho
elzo of nn ordlnnry watch of to-day,
and, according to modern standards,
has a vory crudo mechanism. Tho
habit of elaborate decoration, com
mon to Its porlod, Is very ovldont.
Taking Chinese Census.
In China nn old way ot taking tho
consus provalls. Tho cities and towns
are arranged In groups of ton houses.
Tho oldest man In each group visits
tho nlno houses which, with his own
niako up tho group, counts tho mem.
bors ot evory family, nnd sonds his
report to tho Imperial census bureau.
Built to Defy Earthquakes.
In Lima, Pom, thoro nro still manyj
buddings which, on account or tho
earthquakes aro constructed of canes
act upright and liberally plastered
with clay, thon painted over.
Three Crown v'
Is made from Cream of Tartar,
the pure product of delicious
rapes. No wonder that it makes
your food to iweel and wholesome
H your grocer doesn't sell THREE
CROWN, send ua your name and we
will send you tx sample can FREE. 1
Hewlett Bros. Co. i
Salt Lako City, Utah !
We Are Ring Leaders
In the Jewelry bunlness. This Is the
time of year we sell a Sreat many lintf.
toother with watohes and other things
Hated In our catalogue.
Write ua for a copy.
Salt Lake City. Utah.
Or That You Don't.
It Is no uso to try to convince a
girl that you lovo her when she
knows It'. New York Press.
A larpe 2-oz. pnrknen Hl Cros Hall Ulur.onlr
S cents. Tho Kuiti Company, South llcni), lnd.
Russian Asiatic possessions aro throe
times tho slzo of Great Britain's, but
hold only 23,000,000 Inhabitants, at
compared with England's 287,000,000
Important to Mothers.
Sxamlne cart fully crery bottle of CASTOMA,
a aafo and aure remedy for lufanta and children,
and aeo that it
III Uw For Over 30 Tcati.
Too Kind You Ilavo Always Boajht.
Deacon Came Out Ahead.
Deacon Uutterworth purchased a
barrel of hnrd cider from Alonzo
Skllllngs nt Calamity Confers last,
weok, paring AIonzoJ4 therefore. The
deacon handed Alonzo a $5 bill nnd g,
Alonzo glvo tho deacon back It. It
wasn't until tho deacon had drove al
most half way homo that Alonzo dis
covered thnt he had paid tho deacon
l worth too much change, and ho
Jumped on n horse and overtook blm
and told him about It. The deacon
said It wasn't his fault because he
glvo him too much change, aad told
Alonzo that ho ought to- watch closer
and that ho hoped It would be a lesson
to him, and the deacon kept the dol
lar. The deacon will load prayor
meeting In the church noxt Wednes
day cv'g as usual. "Bungvllle Bugle"'
Items in Beaton Post.
Great Sculptor's Early 8trugglea.
Augustln Rodin, the French sculp-'
tor, had a great struggle with poverty
and adverse criticism In bla youth.,
Of an episode of this early jterlod a'
writer says: "With that Inflexible
will and singleness of purpose ' that
never failed him throughout his ca
reer, the young sculptor sot himself
to express In clay, marble or bronze
his conception of life and art. He,
used his leisure In working at nlght-j
time, In a desorted stable ho had
transformed Into a studio, at his won-!
derful mask of 'The Man with the,i
Broken Noso.' After elghteon months
ot hard and patient labor ho flnlshodj
this mnsk and sent It to tho salon. It
took tho hanging commlttoo tourtcon
years to dlscovor any merit In tin
work, for It wns rejected In 1804, and
finally accepted only In 1878." I
UNDER WHICH KINQ
"Tho More Pottum the More Food
the More Coffeo the More Poison.
Tho Pros, of the W. C. T.- U. In a
young giant stata In tho Northwest
"I did not rcallzo that I wos a slave
to coffeo till I loft off drinking it. For
threo or four years I was obliged to
tako a norvo tonic every day. Now
I am free, thanks to l'ostum Food
"After finding out what coffeo will
do to Its victims, I could hardly stand
to hnvo my husband drink It; but he
was not willing to quit. I studied for
months to find a way to lnduco hlra
to leavo It off. Finally I told him I
would make no moro coffeo.
"I got Postum Food Coffeo, and
made It strong boiled it tho roqulrod
tlmo, and had him rend tho little
book, 'Tho Road to Wellvtllo,' that,
comes in evory pkg. 3- 1
"To-day Postum hns no stronger nd
vocato than my husband! Ho tells
our friends how to mako It, and that
ho got through tho winter without a
spell ot tho grip and has not had a
hoadache for months ho usod to bq
subject to frequent norvous head
"Tho stronger you drink Postum tho
more food you got; tho stronger you
drink coffee tho more poison you get."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Thoro's a reas