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H EX-MAYOR CRUMBO
H RECOMMENDS PE-RU-NA.
Bj "My Endorsement of Pe-ru-na
H ! Is Based On Its Merits."
Bf Ed. Crumbo.
1TD. CKUMIsO, Ex-Mayor of New
2j Albany, Iiul., writes from 511 E.
EEC Oak street:
Ett "My endorsement of Peruna is
Ef based on its merits.
m. . " If a man is sick he looks anxiously
Eft for something which will cure him,
Ef and Peruna will do the work.
ff " I know that it will cure catarrh of
EK the head or stomach, indigestion, head-
ES tche and any weary or sick feeling.
EH " It is bound to help anyone, if used
EH according to directions.
HV " I also know d&rcns of men who
B ipenk in tlio highest terms of Peruna
EH. mid have yet to hear of anyono being-
B disappointed in It."
EH Mr. Crumbo, In a later lottcr, dated
H kug. 25, 1004, says:
H " My health Is good, at present, but If
I should have to tako any mora medl-
H cine I will fall back on Peruna."
I Forty-four Years
EH Is the time it his taken us lo establish our
EH reputation as the largest Jewelirs In the west
EH High quality and low prices have done it.
FAMILIES A GENERATION AQO.
Seemed to Think More of Real Essen
tials to Happiness. '
It Isn't often that n mother goes
back to the threshold of her own mar
ried llfo for tho benefit of her own
children When sho does she may
toll them that "When I mnrrled your
father he made $12 a week and ho
did not have any nest egg In the bank.
Ho hnd been taking care of hlB moth
er and sister and the marriage of your
aunt mado our union possible. We
had hardly a stick of furniture at the
start, and It almost seemed ns though
jou three older children wcro babies
But somehow these llttlo families
of a generation or so ago mnnaged,
for they loved each other. They
worked and they did not havo the
foolish Ideas about keeping up nppenr
ances that play such an Important
part and work such havoc In homes
If the mother Is the kind that Is not
nBhamcd of the simplicity and per
haps poverty of her early beginnings
as a matron, she will endeavor to Im
press Ideas of economy nnd truth upon
her girls nnd also tho paramount one
that money Is not essential to happi
ness but that tho love of a good man
nnd a quiet placo called homo arc
Disraeli's Picturesque Metaphor.
Few men had n richer talent for
vivid picturesque metaphor tlinn Dis
raeli. Often, no doubt, It was blrarro,
and sometimes even tawdry, but It sel
dom descended to tho cheap. And
whnt could be more vivid than the
figure by which ho pictured one of
tho Olndstonlan Ministries: "The Min
isters romlnd mo of one of these ma
rine landscapes not very unusual on
tho coast of South America. You bo
hold a range of exhausted volcanoes.
Not a flame flickers on a slnglo pallid
crest. Dut tho situation Is still dan
gerous. Thero arc occasional earth
quakes, and ever and anon the dark
rumbling of the sea."
Ammonia For Mosquito Bites.
In hot climates, whero mosquitoes
abound, It Is usual to carry a tiny bot
tle of ammonia In the pocket, which
Is fitted with a llttlo glass point on
tho stopper, and, as soon qb the ene
my has worked his wicked will, the
bottle Is produced and a drop of the
liquid Is applied to the spot. The
same beneficial effect Is found from
treating the stings of midges with am
monia, and It Is useful to know of a
harmless and eflccttnl remedy for
their nggrarattng attentions, which
oftM mum serious blood poisoning.
Potatoes and Leprosy.
It took three centuries to dissipate
the Impression that potatoes, which
were first brought to Europe In the
fifteenth century, nro responsible for
tho perpetuation of leprosy.
SHYEST PEOPLE EVtR KNOWN.
Kubus of Sumatra Never Talk With
Thero la n very singular raco of
pcoplo In Sumatra, tho Kubus, who
sro too timorous and shy to mix with
tho other races of the Islnnd, and
Iwcll In the recesses of tho forests.
They are looked on ns Inferiors by
(ho Malays, and thought to bo little
better than beasts. Such Is their sh
ness that they will never willing).,
faco n stranger.
Their trndo with tho Malnynns i
consequently carried on In a strange
manner. Tho trader announces his
irrlvnl by beating a gong, and ho then
retires. The Kubus approach, put their
forest treasures on tho ground, bent
a gong, nnd retreat.
Tho trader returns, nnd lays his
commodities down In quantities suffi
cient, ns ho thinks, for tho purchase
of tho goods on sale. Then ho retires,
and tho Kubus reappear nnd consider
And so, after moro withdrawals and
approaches and gong beatings, tho re
spective parties como to an under
standing, and carry off Independent)
Tho Kubus llvo on snnkes, grubs,
fruits and the flesh of any deer or
pigs they can slay. They are skilful
spearmen, and throw stonc3 with mar
velous accuracy. Stray Stories.
Made Rope In Christ's Time.
Although tho namo of tho first ropa
maker and thnt of the land In which
ho practiced his art havo both been
lost to history, Egyptian sculptures
provo that tho art was practiced al
least 2,000 jenrs beforo tho time ol
Identification of Criminals.
In some German cities tho hands of
criminals are photographed as well as
their faces for tho purpose of identi
'PATENTS for PROFIT
mutt fullr protect an Invention. Booklet nl
Veilc Calendar FIIKK. Highlit rrrerencei.
t'ommunlcattona confidential. filabllihed 18(1.
Kaaon, Jfenwlok a Lawitnce. Waahinfton, S, 0
I High ClassDedggists
I AND OTHERS.
Bj Tho bettor clae? of drugRists, everywhere, nro men of scientific attainments and high integrity,
Bj who dovoto their lives to tho welfuro of their fellow men In supplying tho best of remedies and
BJ purost medicinal agents of known value, in accordance with physicians' prescriptions and
Wt scientific formula. Druggists of tho better class manufacture many excellent remedies, but
IK always under original or officinal names and thoy never Bell falso brands, or imitation medicines.
IB Thoy aro tho mon to deal with whon in need of anything in their line, which usually includca
IB all standard romedies and corresponding adjuncts of a tirst-class pharmacy nnd the finest and
B best of toilet articles and preparations and many useful accessories and remedial appliances. 1
IB Tho oarning of a fair living, with tho satisfaction which arises from a knowledgo of tho benefits 1
IB conforrod upon their patrons and assistanco to tho medical profession, is usually their greatest I
KSJ I reward for long years of Btudy and many hours of daily toil. They all know that Syrup of I
IBJ I Figs is an excellent laxativo remedy and that It gives universal-BatiEfaction, and thcreforo they I
Bj I aro selling many millions of bottles annually to tho wll informed purchasers of tho choicest A
hm n romo'dios, and they always tako ploasuro in handing out the genuine articlo bearing tho full H
Bl B namo of tho Company Californfa Tig Syrup Co. printed on tho front of every package. W
KBJ 7 Thoy know that in cases of colds and headaches attended by biliousness and constipation and
LB of woaknes3 or torpidity of tho liver and bowels, arising from irregular habits, indigestion, or 1
I Hj I over-eating, that thero is no other remedy so pleasant, prompt and beneficial in its effects aa I
I B I Syrup of Figs, and thoy aro glad to soil it bccau&o it gives universal eatUfaotion. I
B I Owing to tho cxccllonco of Syrup of Figs, tlio universal eatisfaction which it gives and the I
i B I immonso demand for it, imitationd havo been made, tried and condemned, mit thero aro I
I I individual druggists to bo found, hero and there, who do"not maintain tho dignity and principles I
J I of tho profession and whoso greed gets tho better of their judgment, and who do nut licsitato I
I B I to recommend and try to sell tho imitations in order tq mako a larger profit. Such preparations 1
I B I somotimos havo tho namo " Syrup of Figs" or "Fig Syiup" and of soino piratical concern, 1
IB I or fictitious fig syrup company, printed on tho package, but they never have tho full name of I
I B I tho Company California Fig Syrup Co. printed on tho front of tho package. Tho imitations I
l B I should bo rejected because they aro injurious to tho system. In order to Bell the imitations J
I' B I thoy find it nocessary to resort to misrepresentation or deception, and whenever a dealer passes M
IBJ 1 off on a customer a preparation under tho namo of "Syrup of Figs" or "Fig Syrup," which I
pBV m doos not bear tho full namo of tho California Fig Syrup Co. printed on tho front of the package, 1
yBE bo is attempting to deceive and mislead tho patron who has been bo unfortunate ns to enter his 1
IBs I establishment, whether it bo largo or Bmall, for if the dealer resorts to misrepresentation and 1
IBs I and deception in ono caso ho will do 60 with other medicinal agents, and in. tho filling of I
5' ihysioians' prescriptions, and should be avoided by evcrv one who values health and happiness. I
Snowing that tho great majority of druggists are reliable, wo Btipply the immense demand I
'Bft 1 for our excellent remedy cntiroly through tho druggists, of whom it may bo purchased every- I
IBS 1 whore, in originnl packages only, at tho regular price of fifty cents.per bottle, but as exceptions I
KJ exist it is necessary to inform tlio public of tho facts, in order that all may deolino or return J
BB m any imitation which may bo sold to them. If it does not bpar tho full name of tho Company m
VBk m California Fig Syrup Co. printed on tho front of every package, do not heBitato to return tho M
Bf I articlo and to demand tho return of your money, and in future go to ono of tho better class of
B m druggists who will sell you what you wish and tho'bestof ovory thing in his lino at reasonable prices. A
aBt WjkV -aMaMHMMiilb ah ... M3
I POULTRY PAYS
B Get a selling ol our prize winners and Improvo
B your stock. Black Monarcas, Wh lo teghorns,
B Plymouth (locks, While Wyandottes, Rhode
BJ Island Reds $1.50 'or selling.
VOGELER SEED CO., Salt Lake City
H HOWARD E. BURTON, AB0sftg?s?.ND
B Bpeclmeaprlcm UulU, bllver, Leail.ltldold, SU-
VS' er,"5o Unia.SOci ZlnocirCopper.fi. L'yanlda taita.
i Mailing anvelupei aud rull price lilt lent yn ppllca-
nW tion. Control and Umpire work ullclte.l. Lead
tlH lll, Colo, lleference. Carbonate National Unt
f Ajaunp wild oflfanttk
M Kepi house for &jentn a villi, t
I Aconflrmed woman hater I
vSAe married him hter M
k for ahf looked with ttnlegykf
"I'vo noticed," remurlicd Undo Al.
!en Sparks, "that tho man who Is nl
v nys hunting for troublo finds It some
day whero ho Isn't looking for It."
A large 2 or. puck u no Heel Cross Hull lllue.onlv
6 coou. 'llie Hum ('ommny, riouth llendlDO.
Prussian Savings Deposits.
Tho doposlts In Prussian savings
hanks have almost (doubled within the
last ten yenrs.
WONDERS OF THE HUMAN MINT
Traveler In His Dream Is Carrk.
Far and Fast.
A flnsh of llRht Is not sluggls
sound travels rapidly, a bulla Is n
messenger boy, nnd nn nulomobl.
which shoots n mile In tentj-(lC'
seconds Is moving nlong, certalnl
When It comes to getting oer th(
ground In a renl hurry, however, tc
devouring dtstnnce In dend cnnicst
the dreamer marches proudly at tlx
head of tho procession. Ho make
the Intest thing In the lino of Ki
horse power rnclng enrs look lll.t
hny carts In a nitid bnnk. A man sit
In his chnlr after dinner and dopes
ho nwakes with a start and discovers
to his surprise, thnt he lost conscious
ness for exactly three minutes by Hit
clock. Yet In those three minutes lit
Journeyed from New York to 1'orl
Said, transferred himself to St. Peters
burg, lot'erod In Paris nnd Loudon
nnd nailed up the Nile. What Is ol
grpater Importance In this connection
he Journeed leisurely, almost indo
lently, ho otopped at various 'polnt
bf Interest" nnd examined them thor
oughly; ha met with nnnolng nnn
nmuslng experiences on steamships
and trains; he talked with acquaint
nnces whom ho encountered In foreign
lands, and ho told Borne of them pre
clsely whnt he thought of them
there was genuine pleasure In thnt. A
dreamer can put thousnnds nnd thou
sands of miles behind lilm In tho short
space of three minutes nnd lnzlly en
joy himself In his wandering, lly
comparison, the chauffeur, with his
Ufa In lib hands, Is n nlow coach;
nnd he must nttend strictly to busi
ness; he enn engago In no conversa
tion or sightseeing.
The human mind Is a wonderful
vehicle. Somo.peoplo In spectacles
havo nnnlyzed ft nnd think thnt they
know whnt It Is and what It can do
But they do not know and they never
will know. Provldcnco Journal.
Cost Him $50.
"When Chief Justice Chnse was
presiding In one of tho country courts
of Vermont an appeal cbbo front n
lustlce's. court enmo up beforo him
30 small nnd contemptible In its
arlgln thnt he ordered It stricken
rom the docket. The caso was whero
a turkey hnd trespassed upon the gar
den of n neighbor nnd got shot for
IU dcpredntlons. The owner brought
suit to recover damages, nnd, falling
beforo tho Justice, hnd appealed tho
case. Judge Chaso was angry, nnd
when he ordered tho case from tho
"'The lnwypr who consented to ap
peal this caso ought to be thrown
from the window of tho court loom.
Why didn't ho have the caso referred
to some of the honest neighbors for
"Becnuse. your honor, retorted the
nttorney, getting hot under the collar,
'It was our Intention not to let honest
people have unythlng to do with it.'
"True, this was n neat ictort, but It
cost tho lawyer Just an oven $50 for
contempt of court." The Green Bug
The Fruit of an Idea.
A man who had nn Idcn In nil snve thnt
I'e hcnril It snld his miitennnco hi
hcRRcd from door to door,
Thnt hoxtla IkjumiI him, ruga ho wore,
nnd often lie niipcnrcd
Willi shoeless feet, with unkempt lock
nnd linKgy Rrowth of benrd.
Yet still ho kept his Idin foicver to the
And when 'twns scorned by other folk he
cherished It tho moic
"Tho thing Itself's linpinctlcnl!" they told
him, ery frank,
"And nu'ro n lslonlst!" they owed
some cvtn snld "n cnnk."
Tho mnn who hnd nn tden spoko no de
Ho let them think whnto'cr they plensed,
hut went on undeterred.
"A piophet's worth nt home," he thought,
"most tnrdlly Is seen.
Ono tlmo n emprnter wns scorned, a
Ah dnH went hy with purpose firm nml
courage strong nnd true
Ho fought tho good tight, kept the fnlth
'nenth stormy skits nnd blue,
I'ntll on Wrong'B redoubt, nt last, night's
bnnnrr wns unfurled.
And the mnn who hnd on Ide. electrified
Ho Knrrell Onene In the Pour-Track
News for March.
Mispronounced for Years. j
"The English Innguago Is one thnt
few of Its users 'can hnve any luck,' l
as the slang phraso is," lemarked a
man the other tiny. "A young friend
of mine, dleciibslng polities, declined i
that ono 'rlgnmee' went out and an
other 'rlgamee' came In. Not until I .
thought of the word 'regime' could 1
Imagine what ho meant Another
mentioned fome clrcumstnnee which
he declared had tilled him with
'clinrgln.' He mean 'chagrin' I hao
n friend who suffered for jenrs with
'Insoinmouln,' not knowing that It
wns 'Insomnli' all the while.
"I ruspect that our mother tonguo
Is the oul) ono In tho woild which
cannot be spoken by Its own chlldien
And It wo, who nro brought up on tlio
lnngimgc, cannot speak It, what can
we expect from the foreigner?" Kan
sne City Journal,
The Very Ideal
You women who complain because
your dear, Innocent hubbies make ou
cnir) In tho coal, shovel snow o'f the
walks, do tho washing, scrub tho
floors, bent the caipets and other lit
tle bits of excrclbe, whllo they nro
downtown laboriously whirling around
In a pivot chair, smoking cigars and
winking ut pretty girls, ought to bo
thankful ou do not live under tho
Hindu laws, where tho holy books for
bid a woman to see dancing, hear
music, wear Jo.wels, blacken her ee
brows, oat dainty food, sit nt n win
Cow, or view herself In n mirror dur
ing the absenro of her husband; nor
allows him to dlvorco her If she has
no sons, injures his proper!) , scolds
him, quarrels with another woman or
presumes to cat before ho has llnUlitvi
his meal, Denver News.
Women in Our Hospitals H
Appalling Increrses in the Number of Operations
Performed Each Year How Women May BBBJ
Avoid Them. jBBBJ
Golnff through tho hospitals In our
largo cltlcsouo Is surprised to find such
a largo proportion of tho patients lylnff
on those snow-whlto beds women
anil Rlrls, who nro either awnltltiff
or recovering1 from serious operations.
Why should this bo tho enso? Sim
ply becnuso they hnvo neglected them
selves. Fcmnlo troubles nro certainly
on tho Increase among tho women of
this country they creep upon them
unnwnres, but every ono of thoso
pntlentsln tho hospital beds had plenty
of wnrnlmr in thnt bcarlng-down feel
ing, pain ntleftorrlghtofthonbdomcn,
nervous exhaustion, pain In tho small
of the bnck. dizziness, flatulency, dis
placements of tho organs or Irregulnr
Itlcs. All of theso symptoms nro indi
cations of nn unhealthy condition of
tho femnlo orgnns, nnd If not heeded
tho penalty has to be paid by a danger
ous operation. When theso symptoms
manifest themselves, do notdrag along
until you nro obliged to go to tho hos-
Cltal nnd submit to nn operation
ut remembvr that Lydla D. Pink
ham's Vcgctnblo Compound has saved
thousands of women from surgical
When women aro troubled with Ir
regular, suppressed or painful periods,
weakness, displacement or ulceration
of tho organs, thnt bcarlng-down feel
ing, inflammation, backache, bloating
(or flatulency), general debility, indi
gestion, nnd nervous prostration, or ore
beset with such Bvmptomsas dizziness,
lassitude, excitability, irritability, ner
vousness, sleeplessness, melancholy,
' all-gone" and " want-to-be-left-alono
" feelings they should retnembpr
lliaM ! inn friprl nnd true remedv.
Wanted to Be 8ure.
A Scotchman who went to an Eng
lish race course staked n sovereign.
Tho horso ho backed proved a win
ner, and ho went to tho "bookie" to
claim his winnings. Tho sporting man
begrudglngly handed him llvo sover
I elgns. Tho Scot looked nt each ono
very carefully beforo placing It in his
j pocket. "Well," said tho bookie, with
' a snnrl, "aio you afraid they'ro bad?"
I "Oh, no," snld the Scotsman; "but I
wns Just looking to niuk' suro thu bod
)ln I clo'd yo wlsna among them "
New York rlh"""
All Things Necessary.
A friend of mine who was very en
thuslastic about things Irish, hersull
being nn Englishwoman, was drlvlup
on nn outside car in Dublin. Sho wiu
praising everything to tho enrman
and nmong tho rest the famous Dublin
stout with which sho had Just becomt
acquainted. "Whnt nn excellent drink
It Is," sho snld. "why, It's meat am'
drink, too." "Thruo for ou, ma'am,'
replied tho cardrlvnr 'nn' n night'
lodgln' too, If jou drink enough of If'
Kathorlno Tynan In Now York Sun
Tho following letters cannot fail to ' BH
bring hope to despairing women. J
Miss Ruby Mushrusb, of East BH
Chicago, lml., writes : BBJ
Dear Mrs. I'Inkbnm: BBl
"I havo boon a groat sufferer with Irregular H
period nnd fcmalo troublo, and about three JJJJI
months ngo tlio doctor, after using thoX-IUy H
on me, said 1 had nn abcess aud would have H
to hno nn operation. Mr inothor wanted H
mo to try Lydln. K. Plnkhnm's Vegetable jjjV
Compound as n last resort, and it not only H
saved mo from an operation but made mo en- JH
tircly well." IH
Mrs. Alico Bcrryhlll, of 813 Boyco BH
Street, Chattanooga, Xcnn., writes t BBJ
Dear Mru Pinkbam: BBJ
"Threo years ngo llfo looked dark to me. H
I hod ulceration and Inflammation of the H
femnlo organs and was In a serious condition. H
"Myhealtb Tina completely broken down H
and tho doctor told mo that If I was not op- H
orated upon I wouM die within six months. H
I told him I would bavo no operation but H
would try Lydla K. l'lnkhun's Vegutable H
Compound, lie tried to Influence me against H
It but I sent far tho nicdlcuM that same day jjH
and began to use It faithfully. Within flvo H
days I felt relief but was not entirely cured HH
until I used it for somo time. jjH
" Your medlclno is ceitalnly fine. I hare 1
Induced several friends and neigbbors to take 1
it and I know more than a aozon who had 1
fcmalo troubles and who to-day are as well JJJH
and strong as I am from using your Vege- Hl
tablo Compound." jjB
Lydla E. Plnkhnm's Vegetable Com- BBJ
pound nt onco removes such troubles. BHJ
ltefuso to buy any other medicine, for HHJ
you need the best. H
Mrs. Pinkham, daughter-in-law of H
Lydla E. Pinkham, invites all sick wo- H
men to write her for advice, Heradvtco H
I nnd medicine have restored thousands H
to health. Address. Lvnn. Mass. H
lydia E. Plakhsji's VcJetaJhto Cim4 Sacceeds Where Where ML 1
J BAllARD'S 1 I
(snow liniment! I
I Is a Quick and Permanent Cure for I M
I Rheumatism, Cuts, Sprains, Wounds, 1 B
1 Neuralgia, Headache, Old Sores, Corns, I H
I Bunions, Galls, Bruises, Contracted 1 H
f Muscles, Lame Back, Stiff Joints, I H
1 Frost Bite, Chilblains, Ringbone, I B
1 Pollevil, Burns, Scalds, and ALL THE 1 M
I ILLS THAT FLESH IS HEIR TO. I
Three Sizes, 25c, 50c and $1. Sold by all Druggist;. H
How to Stop Gossip.
Thero aro two words, slmplo enough Bl
In themselves, that introduce untold Bl
troublo into tho world nnd aro re- Bl
sponsible for more gossip, scandal Bl
and harm than any other two words B
In tho English language. These two B
llttlo words nro nothing moro than Bl
"Thoy say." Thoy havo dono moro Bl
to ruin rcputntlons thnn any other B
thing. If jou never quote what "they Bl
say," you may bo qulto certain you Bl
aro not a gossip. But It you And your Bl
self telling your friends nt all times Bl
ulmt "they say," and at tho Bume tlmo jBJ
lifting jour eyebrows and shaking gBfl
jour hend, ou may rest assured you jBJ
arc biijlng something tho world would EB
bo better for not hearing. Exchange. KHB
Jeweler Makes Sharp Bargain. m,M
Halng rold for $25 to C. H. nald- SlV'l
uln n Montpeller (Vt.) joweler, a vlll?
fresh wnter pearl which he had found, ImB
n small boy fiom Waterbury thought iJmvA
ho wns In gront luck nnd "rich he- vMtA
ond tho dreams of avarice." Tho hW'
Jewel weighs twenty-eight grains, Is iifr
perfect In shapo nnd flawless, nnd bn . K));i
1 an estimated vnluo of 3,500. pl
HALL'S CANKER AND DIPHTHERIA REMEDY I M
i iimi i ' " ' mi mi ' --n wtt'''
ron TM MOUTH. THROAT. . UCVFR Fill . fON 1ALB BY ALL DHUaiT fllM
TOMAOM AND IOWIL "111.1 til miLO" AND Q1NIHAL tTOSII Y$fi
, Nelden-Judson Drug Co,, General Agents. Salt Lake City, Utah, wm
I - ... t ltai I 5ijjw4
BEND YOUH ORDERS TO THH
B. C. MORRIS FLORAL CO.
FLORAL OEfalQNB AND DECORATIONS
CHOICE CUT PLOWERH
TMOB. MOD, Mltmsilt LTtKCITV
When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
W. N. U Snlt Lnko -No, 15. lOOe.
When You Plant HJ
Vogeler's Seeds H
You plant the best that money can buy. EEj
lend lor our big cala'ojue; It Is Ireo.
VOGELER SEED C0,8altultkbo,tv H