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Ias'with Joyous hearts and smiling faces they romp and play when In health and
how conducive to health the games In which they indulge, the outdoor life they I
enjoy, the cleanly, regular habits they should be taught to form and the wholesome
diet of which they should partake. How tenderly their health should be preserved, 1
not by constant medication, but by careful avoidance of every medicine of an tniurl- I
ous or objectionable nature, and if at any time a remedial agent is required, to assist
nature, only those of known excellence should be used; remedies which are pure
and wholesome and truly beneficial In effect, like the pleasant laxative remedy,
Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. Syrup of Figs has
come into general favor in many millions of well Informed families, whose estimate
of Its quality and excellence is based upon personal knowledge and use.
Syrup of Figs has also met with the approval of physicians generally, because
they know it is wholesome, simple and gentle in its action. We inform all reputa
ble physicians as to the medicinal principles of Syrup of Figs, obtained, by an I
original method, from certain plants known to them to act most beneficially and
prerwnted in an agreeable syrup in which the wholesome Callfornian blue figs are
used to promote the pleasant taste ; therefore it is not a secret remedy and hence y
we are free to refer to all well informed physicians, who do not approve of patent I
Q medicines and never favor indiscriminate self-medication. " e
I Please to remember and teach your children also that the genuine Syrup of Figs
always has the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co. plainly
H I printed on the front of every package and that it is for sale in bottles of one size A
H only. If any .dealer offers any other than the regular Fifty cent size, or having III
I printed thereon the name of any other company, do not accept it. If you fall to get 111
I the genuine you will not get its beneficial effects. Every family should always have 111
I 111 a bottle on hand, as it is equally beneficial for the parents and the children, III
I -HL wnenever a laxative remedy is required.' Jm
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I THE OLD RELIABLE
H IARQS1T SPORTING GOODS HOUSB IN TH UNITSO STATS S
. BROWNING BROS. Co., Ogden, Utah
I ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE cwtSSKr
A Certain Cure for Tired, Hot, Achlnfl FmL VMW!X&
fl DO NOT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE. wry box. LoIloy.N.Y.
H are economical uwllu rA You
H don't pay l U oigrulU when 7M bur tl
H NotMm so" iM J ""
H ' Usn.wtU.cooledmt that U ready to sal.
H Libtr' Products aie lime and ttoubb and
M money-iawn sod tpptUU stimulators.
Libby'tBooeW.1 Chiclen vriih May-ana
H a on ai you ever ate. It U all ctaaso, sad
m ' ell jTOOri chicken rnoslly wliita meal.
P Tit it when you'll hurt or hungry.
H Bootlrt Cm. "H?wilMl
PH CoodThmsitoEtl. WflM
H Libby, McNeill 4 Libby, Chicago ,
In .electing n food for Ilaby. Don't Kzper-
PH Iniont. J houunil ol Ubies have been sue-
PH ctssfully resrrd on bt. Charles Crtim-whlch
i f. a perlrct substitute lor Mothers rolls.. Clul.
H dien i led on ht Charles Cream are entirely
PH Irce from infantile inaraimut nd kindred
PM IroubU-J Ordinary slerlhml milk will not dp
LP became it u impossible In sterilise fluid milk
LH perfectly by crude method! without rcnderlns
PH the tiullKt-HtlUlv lutt of the milk suoru
PH bt. Charles Cream U cow's mll"c hununlied.
iP It if more than that II is as ' ,
PH good as the best cream or .jSSsEnSS.
M mlk for any purpose lor (&2-Mj)
P many purposes, bothliltlio tSS,ZZZ.ri
B nursery and in the kitchen, WpSHSHSSf
I ft lnurerior to every other fci7Tijrrr
H r kind 1 uslns St Charles Kl.CHARtf
B Cream j.iVMi. ;'" "t"'
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ST. CHAUrS CmDCNSING W&4M
Si CpwIh. Hindi jlfOBATEDCRi
I HOWARD E. BURTOH, AB08AEVMEr8D
H Hpwlmcn ptln-al Hold, Hllvfr.I.ad,lll Uold. 811-
Yor.7Sot lioUI,H)j.inoiiri;tPiper.ll. (Jrunlilo lii.ln.
! ilallliiu oiiYoliipes and full price list icntoaappllcn.
tlnn. t'ontrol mid Umpire work aiillrltiKt, Lead
B vllle, Colo. Itcfcronco, Cartiouato National Ituuk.
,,.V?.cJ,e?.ru,.l Thompson's Eye Water
QUEER DOINGS OF MEN.
A man will always stir his coffee be
fore drlrtldrtK It. This Is very foolish
ho should tasto It first to boo if It needs
A man subjects the point of bis pen
to careful scrutiny beforo commencing
to write n letter. A woman starts right
off Jabs her pen In the Inkpot and
straightway begins to scrlbblo as If
hor life depended on It.
Few men open their personal corre
spondence without looking at the post
marks to fcco tho tlrao of posting.
Women on tho other hand, tear open
tho envelope at once thoy are In too
much of a hurry to wasto any time.
It Is tho man who lets out secrets
not by telling them, but by Ill-timed
silences. lie does worse- by refusing
to gratify tho curiosity of his ques
tioners ho invariably causes them to
jump to conclusions much more dam
aging than the truth of tho maltor.
It is tho man who roads with his
back to tho light, holding his book In
one hand, Herein lies wisdom. A
woman rests hor book on tho table
and leans both elbows tlioreon. But
tho foolishness of tho man's net lies In
tho fact that ho Is seeking comfort and
seldom takes this position because It
Is tho most scientific ono. Of course,
ho finds It Isn't comfortablo his nrm
aches after tho first ten minutes,
whereupon ho puts his book down and
remarks ho Is going out.
Tho maro Is by no means singular.
Everything goes, whero money is the
PATENTS for PROFIT
mult fully protect an Invention. Itooktit nnd
licbk Ualendur Ir'UI'.K. Illuhext retrrenwu.
(Joniinunlcutloni C'oiillikntlul, I'.nubllilicd 1W I
Kiiod, fiuwlok A Lawrence, WaiMagtoa, D. 0.
60 Bus. Winter Wheat Per Acre
That's til" llr-lil of Patzer1 lied I'roia Hybrid Winter
Wheat. ScndSfl in .uin.Hfor fire sample of same, a
also catalogue f U'ittr Uift Kye.llarler.t loreis.
llmnthv. lr- lliilln, 'I rfe .el" for fall planting
MALUKU HC). II I '.).. !- tr.k.I.uCrosso.Wla.
INVESTMENT IN MOTH BALLS
ilanner of Using the Preventive
That Proved to Be a Signal
A Stato street druggist, telling of the
quaint characters whom he encounters
In his business, recently said: "Lato
one afternoon ono of tho 'ould sod'
ambled up to the counter. 'Hov yez
ouythlng good to kill moths?' he asked,
i elates tho Chicago Record-Herald.
"'Yes,' said I, 'wo havo moth balls,
tho best reemdy known.'
"'Give me tin clnts' worth, thin,"
"I made up tho packago, handed it to
him, end ho ambled out again. I had
forgotten all about my customer until
about lour o'clock tho noxt aftornoon,
when I was forcibly reminded of tho
transaction ot tho day before. After
I had waited on my customors in their
turn 1 walked ovor to another coun
ter and was thero confronted with my
moth-ball investor. Without giving
mo tlmo to make an Inquiry, ho sold:
" 'Are yez tho young mon that sold
mo thlm things ylstiddy?' showing mo
tho remains of about half a dozen of
the white balls.
"I answered In tho affirmative, and
also lnqulrod what tho trouble was.
" Av all tho con games I'vo run up
against in mo totmo, this bates thlm
all,' he said. 'To think of onyono run
ning n decent down-town store selling
the lollies of thlm things to kill moths
with, or onythlng else, for tho matter
of that. They might bo nil right for
playing marbles, but for klllln' moths,
nlver. I may not bo as young as yez
aro, young mon, but I'm Just as stiddy,
nnd I want to toll you wan thing. If
yez cun show mo the man or woman
that can throw wan of thlm balls
quick enough to kill a moth I'll not
only ate Ivlry wan of thlm yez havo
In stock, but I'll say nothing about
tho picture tho ould woman nnd meself
broke In tho folno little gnmo yez
would havo us play.' "
While Bcr-tclilng his noso with ttto
end ot a loaded rovolvcr a man In
Paris accidentally pulled tho trlggor
and blow off tho tip ot tho nosu.
In tho -ildst of an electric storm
tho Marlctto tiro whlstlo cnlled out
tho men, who rushed about In tho rain
till tho apparatus was drenched beforo
it was discovered thct lightning had
played a prank on tho department
Thoro Is an qrdlnanco against turning
In a false alarm.
Tho death lately occurred at West
bury workhouBo, Wlltshlro, England,
of a 4Cyearoltl "baby." The person
was born In Wostbury, and ut tho ago
of 12 months Its further development,
both phystclally nnd mentally, was
arrested. Throughout Its life It wan '
attired In baby's frocu clothes, and
continued to act nnd play and had to
bo fed and tckon caro of precisely as
An extraordinary sudden death oc
curred ..ho other day In Paris, A
sexagenarian wont to havo his photo
graph tuken. Ho sat In a chair bo- I
foro the tiainera, and as the photog
raphor uttered tho customary words,
"Pleaso don't movo," down fell tho
old man ot tho floor. It was natural
ly supposed that tho sexagenarian was
In a fainting lit, but ho wns In reality
dead, as tho doctor who was sent foV
testified after a brief examination ot
PREVENTION OF CRUELTY.
Ml "Plain an' Plnted" Duty That
Was Not to Be Misun
derstood. Deacon Smith and Deacon Jones
word pillars of an Alabama colored
country church. Ono day whllo stor
ing hay In their employer's barn, Dea
con Jones camo upon n hen's nost, In
which reposed a dozen large, whlto
eggs, relates tho American Spectator.
"Now, whut us gwlno do bout dls
hynh?" ho demanded.
"Er, reckon wo mout toko 'em uV
tcr do big house?" Deacon Smith sug
gested, with nit enthusiasm.
"Now, how wo know dat hen b'lonk
tcr Mars Will?" llro. Jones objected.
"No, sahl Cr-n't tako no chance on
glbbln' Mnrs Will some juthor man's
"Mout leavo dem hynh, don," wai
tho rueful roply.
"Now, lookyoro, Bro' Smlf, Ah's
sprUol at yol Don' do church teach
us tcr be kind tcr all crltterB? And
don yo' think dat 'eludes hens? Et we
wuster loavo dem nlggs hyah, dat po'
111' hen woul' think day warn't 'pre
ctatol, nn' feel bad bout hit. No, saht
Ouh plhln an' plnted duty nm tcr take
dem tigs out yonder In dat plno thick
et whar nobody won't see do smoko. an
3tats or Onto. CtTT or Tolido.I
LUOAS COOTT. . f ' .
FttAKK J. Ciieiet makes oath that ha fa senior
Eartaer of tho firm of F. J. Citcxcr tt Co., doing
ualneae In tho Cltr ot Toledo. County and Btale
aforesaid, and that satd Arm will par the sum of
ONU IIUNU11DU DOLLAItS for escb. and eterr
case of Oitatrii that cannot be cared by the use of
lUtL. CATABim Con.. FuANK 3 cIIEVEt.
Sworn to before roe and subncrliied in mjr presence,
UU MW of Uccmbcr, A. w'OLEASOS.
I " f KOTABT I'UDLIO.
HauTcatarrh Cure la taken Internally and acts
dlrectlr on the bloud and mucous surfaces of tM
system. Bend for testimonial-., free.
Sold by all Druiitlta, TJc.
Take Uall's Family Tills for conittpiUos,,
Give and Take.
"Gracious, my dear," said tho first
society belle, spitefully, " I do hopo
you're not 111. You look so much old
"I'm quite well, thank you, dear," re
plied tho other. "And you how won
derfully improved you aro. You look
po8itlcly young." Philadelphia Led-ccr.
No Such Temerity.
Meekly Yes, wo'ro going to movo to
Doctor Hut tho climate thoro may
dlsagrco with your wife.
I "It wouldn't dare!" Philadelphia
Mrs. Wlnalow'a RooMilng ryran.
for children teetblnit, softens the xuras, reduces to
Uimmallon, allays pain, cures wind collo. 33c a botUa.
Talent often regards with envy the
well-filled stomach of mediocrity.
Soma lies aro not as white as they
TEETH THAT WERE USELESS
Puzzle to the Man Who Had Sud
denly Sustained tho iLoss
Harry Leon Wilson, author ot "The
Spendors," was domiciled for a summer
In Connecticut with a colony of artlnts
ftnd writers, nil ot whom had to go Into
tho city ocry day, relates tho Saturday
Wilson was doing nothing but loaf
ing. Ho loured artistically, and from
tlmo to tlmo mot nnd had fun with
some of the natives ot tho placo. Ono
day ho found two men In the rond who
sconiod congenial, nnd ho struck up an
acquaintance- with them. Ho proposod
a drive nnd thoy got a surroy and two
"Can you drive?" asked Wilson.
"Sure." ono of his sudden friends re
plied, "l nm a flno driver."
They got aboard nnd started down
tho rond. lloforo thoy had gone half a
mllo the team was frightened by a
passing nutomobllo and ran away. Tho
driver valiantly steered tho horses
Into n tolegrnph polo and Wilson nnd
hit two frlanda wero thrown holtcr
skcltur Into tho road.
Wilson slowly gathered himself tc
getho.'. Ono of his friends was sitting
in tho ditch rubbing 'his bruises nnd
the other stood In tho mlddlo of tho
road cazlng in tearful misery nt two
front teeth which ho held In tho palm
of his hand.
"Pretty lucky escapo, wasn't It?"
asked Wilson, for want of something
bettor to Bay. .
"Yes," replied tho man with tho
teeth, weeping afresh, "but pleaso, oh,
please, tell mo, what shall I do with
Do not stick pins Into tho enovlope,
even If tho balloon is a stationary
Nover leavo tho car whllo In mo
tion especially when at a consider
able altitude. It hurts.
Do. not throw out empty bottles
when paBlsng over densely populntcd
urban rural districts; thoy will only
get broken. .
Should your grappling-iron "grap
plo" a harmless old gentleman nnd
lift him off his foot, do not bo too
angry with him; let him down gently.
When passing over a friend's estnto
try and resist tho temptation of drop
ping a sand-bag through his conserva
tory; Bomobody may bo thero, and be
sides, your friend may bo a rotallator
and a first-class rlflo shot.
Tho Soft Is Hard.
"And don't you over Indulge In any
"Thcy'ru too hard on my stomach."
ALL HAIL PE-RU-NA. H
Case of H
STOMACH CATARRH. H
Miss Mnrv 0'P.rlcn, 80(1 Myrtle H
Ave., llroohfyn, N. Y writes:
"Peru tin cured me In five week H
of catarrh of lite stomach, after H
Miffcrlnp; for four years and doctor- H
lntf without effect. In common with H
other finite ful ones who havo been H
benefited liv your discovery, I Bay, H
All hallto i'cruna." j H
Mr. II. J. Uenncman, Oakland, Neb., H
"1 waited bcfoio writing to you about H
my sickness, catarrh of tho stomach, H
which I had over a year ago. H
"Thero wero people- who told mo it H
would not stay cured, but I am sure H
that I nm cured, for I do not feel any H
moro ill effects, havo a good appetite H
and nm gottlng tut. H
" So I nm, and will say to all, I am H
cured for good. H
" I thank you for your kindness. H
"Peruna will be our home medicine M
Catarrh of tho ntomach is also known H
in common parlance, as dyspepsia, gas- H
trltls nnd Indigestion. No medicine i, H
will be of any permanent benefit except
It removes tho catarrh. H
A Groat Tonic. H
Mr Austin M. Small, Astoria. Ore.. H
writes "During the hot weather of I H
tho past summer I lost my appetite. V H
tried Peruna, and found It pleasant to B
take, a splendid appctizor and a great H
TUCnllCV CI V VII I CDdestroysantnenteaand H
tnCIMIM iLI alLLCnatronlscotnforttoeTerr tH
borne, tine to. dot Ksta tha entire season. llarmleM fa'hkkkV
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sBP-Kf7KVl'7HMiBB neat and wilt not fafafaH
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anJairvSwEmSanaicSil them one and I
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pensions :itrx::. H
WriU Nathan Blokfard, U 1 Bt., WasUafUa, 0. 0. H
W. N. V., Salt Lake City, No. 26, 1906 . H
Save the Babies. I
INFANT MORTALITY is something frightful. We can hardly realize that of M
all the children horn in civilizod countries, twentytwo per cent,, or nearly H
one-quarter, die hofore they reach one year; thirtysovon por cent., or more H
than one-third, More thoy are fivo, and one -half heforo they aro fifteen ! H
We do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Oastoria would save a ma- H
jority of these preoious lives, Neither do we hesitate to say that many of these H
infantile deaths are occasioned by tho uso of narcotic preparations. Drops, tinctures H
and soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain more or less opium, or B
morphine. They are, in considerable quantities, deadly poisons, In any quantity E
they stupefy, retard circulation and lead to congestions, sickness, death.- Gastoria H
operates exactly the reverse, but you must see that it bears the signature of H
Ohas. H. Fletoher. Oastoria causes tho blood to circulate properly, opens the H
pores of the skin and allays fever.' H
t "rr-2 Letters from Prominent Physicians H
HT ITiiiii im wn II II 'ilinnil'in.l n 1 IIWi I mi in iniiwrwrijl H
I I addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher. H
(jrmKTWmmm r Dr A p Peeler, of St. Louis, Mo., says : "I here prescribed your Ctutorla h H
Ibillllal liUlltaVs many catcs and Uao alnaya found It an cluclent and speedy remedy." B
QLkJuLrffStEJ) ; Dr. n. Down, ot riillaJclpliln, Pa., lays: "I linve prescribed your Caitorla in H
i jg my practice for many years wltu great satisfaction to myself and bencut to mjr, B
a. aJj; ;jll i-rfH L Patients."
aA jsii SfnPtn Wisaka A K Ur J '' WncKoncr. ot Chicago, III., Bays: "I ran most heartily recommend H
fltM'!.T 9 1 DIM your C'astorla to tin public as a remedy tor cblldtca's complaints. I nave tried
T'aWfc I'ljITl'afl B t d found It ot crcat aluc." M
mPW1" '' Hlflrlil M I)r 1'dward I'arrlsb, of IlrooUyn, N, Y says : "I liavo used your Castorla In HH
JI'vjF't ('.'!' "" B 'M my own liouaeliold nllh t;ood results, nnd bare advised several patients to use It
i -. - f ... i , 1 1 -S. , lor Its mild luxatho cllect and freedom from harm." skH
iT7 ,', , p I if. Dr. J. It. r.niott. of New York City, snjs: "Ilavlns durlnt: tho past sir year pBH
AM'CClaWcrrCpnrOUOlUOraS- CI prescribed your Castorla for Infantile stomach disorders, I most heartily commend
clmllirintMhpmiMlnnillffMiiiln- us uso, Tuo. formula contains nothlne deleterloufi to tho most dcllcato of children."
lliirJilmilnmnrlnnVM it Dr. C. 0. Spr.-iRue. of Omaha. Neb . says : "Vour Castorla Is nn Ideal medlclM H
UtlglUCOlOlIUlCllSniUlUOClSOl for children, and 1 frtiuently prcsirlbo it. While I do not advocate the Indls. M
Mws.Miai-itanrrT-mririii7ssi 'c criminate use of proprietary medicines, yet Castorla Is an exception for condition!
I m ffl y? fflivt-LlT M iffillL lH :fl which arlso la the caro of children."
Blrirtf f,rkjJLJ ,AU.1jVPV a nr j A I'nrkcr, of Kansas City, Mo,-says: "Your Castorla holds tho esteem pH
- J. of tho medical profetslnn In a manner hUd by no other proprietary preparation. It
n , .. t-J.iri.P..I ,S Is a suro nnd reliable- medicine, for Infants oud children. In fact, It Is tho universal
rrOmOtCSUlgCSllOn.tllCCrtUl- household remedy for Infautllo ailments." HH
nCSSandltCSl.ConlalnsnellllCr Ik Dr. II. P. Merrill, of Ausustn. Me., says: "Castorla Is ono of the very finest EW
flrvliim Xfnrnlilnn iinpMlnfivil It nnd most rcmnrkablo remedies for Infants and children. In my opinion your Castorla SLK
upiumloriHIlllu Iiu. riuii.uu. has MU(, tll0U8am3 from nn cnry Brnve. I can furnish hundreds of testlmonlaU HU
JNOTKATICOTIC. r from this-locality as to its efficiency and merits." Si"'!
ll" Dr. Norman JI. Occr. of ricvcland. Ohio, says : "During tho last twelve yeart 55?
'" is, I havo frcQumtly iccommcnded jour C'astorla as ono of ttto btst preparations of tho ,fliJ
' ,,jTw.c,rMivnmririt M kind. bcltiB safo In tho hands of parents and very ctTcctlvo In rclfevlnrr cliIldrcn'B aWft,
iittfieaf(HaDr&VLLmuuJt m jiiBofjefj, wniQ the caso v.llh which such ti pleasant preparation can be administered 3ii!
Jhmpk'm Sfl- if Is a treat advaulacc." Hff
sltx.Suui 1 M pr. r. II. Kyle, of St. Taul. Minn., says: "It affords mo pleasure to add mr JkMm
JUIMi Sails- I X name to the lone list of those who lmi used and now endorse your C'astorla. Tho (t-'K
AvitSrrd 1 I fact of tho Ingredients otitis known through the printing of tho formula on tho bWv
Jbftimuu - 5: wrapper Is ono good nnd sufficient reason fur tho reroinmendatlou ot any physician. Xfitmnm
lUOuionattiuu I III know of Its good qualities nnd rccommtud It cheerfully." Ii'j,t
A jSL,. 1 o'NE CASTOR I A always If
lion. Sour Slomacli.Dlairiwra , y Boars tllO Signaturo of ffiM
Vorms.Convulbions.lcvcribh- v! -L- at mfy
ncsa amlLoss OF Sixkp. jrffif S f 'ffijO S7 Slu
racSimilo Signature of J f M j J'y m U$k
. jIIKJlf The Kind You Have Always Bought , I
oACTccprorwBAPPcn. f In Use For Over 30 Years. )'"',"'
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