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I FREED AT LAST
From the Awful Tortures of Kidney
Mrs. Rachel Ivle, Henrietta, Texas,
ays: "1 would be ungrateful If 1 did
" t. not tell what Doan's
Kidney Pills have
t .Ol done for me, Flfteon
pj f years kidney trouble
JM ill clung to me, my ex
1 iNOlL istence was one of
fKTREraf misery and foi two
'', flfc whole years I was mi
J able to go wit of the
fa house. My back nched all the time and
1 I was utterly weak, unable at times to
walk without assistance. The kidney
K secretions were very Irregular. Doan's
J Kidney Pills restored me to good
j-mA . health, and I am able to do as much
Wr work as the average woman, though
nearly eighty years old."
Remember the name Doan's. Sold
by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-
Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
1 NOT A FAIR QUESTION
Mrs. Ilenpeck John, what's your
honest opinion of my new hat?
Mr. Henpeck Don't ask me, Mary.
You know you're much bigger and
stronger than 1 am!
Kx-Poliee Commissioner Bingham of
New York said of graft at a recent
"The grafter Isn't so easily caught;
he Isn't quite so naive as an old fellow
they used to tell about In Andover.
"This old fellow was suspected of
' tampering with the church collections.
A couple of clumsy traps that were
i set for him failed to work. Then one
day a young deacon walked past his
i house leading a new horse.
i " 'That's a tine horse, deacon,' the
t old fellow shouted. 'Did you buy him
M at the fair?'
" 'Yes,' said the deacon. Then, as
E the other came nearer, he added:
& " '1 bought him with my pickings
' out of the collection plate.'
"The old man looked horrified.
, "'Good gracious!' he said. 'I've
often taken enough myself to buy a
hat or a pair of trousers; but, deacon,
In takin' enough to buy a horse ain't
ye committln' a positive sin!'"
Poverty and Consumption.
v - That poverty Is a friend to consump
tion Is demonstrated by some recent ,
.;, German statistics, which show that of
10,000 well-to-do persons 40 annually
die of consumption; of the same num
ber only moderately well-to-do, 66; of
the same number of really poor, 77;
and of paupers, 97. According to John
Burns, the famous Knglish labor lead
er, 90 per cent, of the consumptives In
London receive charitable relief In
Settled with Perfect Satisfaction by
It's not an easy matter to satisfy all
the members of the family at meal
time as every housewife knows.
And when the husband has dyspep
sia and can't eat the simplest ordinary
food without causing trouble, the food
question becomes doubly annoying.
An Illinois woman writes:
"My husband's health was poor, he
had no appetite for anything I could
get for him, it seemed.
"He was hardly able to work, "was
taking medicine continually, and as
aoon as he would feel better would go
to work again only to give up in a
few weeks. He suffered severely with
"Tired of everything I had been able
to get for him to eat, one day seeing
an advertisement about Grape-Nuts, I
got some and tried it for breakfast the
"We all thought it was pretty good
although we had no Idea of using It
! regularly. But when my husband came
T home at night he asked for Grape-
"Jr was the same next day and I
had to get It right along, because when
we would get to the table the question,
'Have you any Grape-Nuts' was a reg
ular thing. So I began to buy it by
the dozen pkgs.
"My husband's health began to Im
prove right along. I sometimes felt
offended when I'd make something 1
thought he would like for a change,
and still hear the same old question,
'Have 'you any Grape-Nuts?"
"He got so well that for the last
two years he has hardly lost a day
from bU.wprk and we are still using
Grape-Nuts." Read " the"bb6k, TUp
Road to Wellvllle," In pkgs. "There's
I vrr read (he akove letterT A new
one appear from time to time. Taey
are genuine, true, aad full of annua
ta teres t.
MINES AND MINING
The Sara M. Mlnltm company, which
ncently Joined the active 111 la Am
erican 1-Vrk canyon, has cut In !ls tun
1 a five foot vein of lofi ea ) nit",
Interspersed with steel palena.
The Daly West Mining company has
posted Its third quarterly dlviond for
I lie present year. The regular amount
of HO cents a share, or a total of $54,
000, Is to be paid to the shareholders.
A new strike of sensationally rich
gold ore has been made by T. D. Wat
kins, father of the Blaekliorse dis
tricts in Nevada, In his Blackhorse ,
rlaim. In which was made the original
discovery of the camp.
While exploring a tunnel off the
200-foot level In the .Urn Butler mine
at Tonopah, Congdon and Kendall,
who have a lease on t.iat portion of
the mine, discovered a stringer of ore
which assays $708 to the ton.
TIM Nephl Plaster company Is Just
finishing, near Nephl. Utah, the best
and most complete plaster mill In the
west. The mill Is Of 200 tons a day
rapacity and is fjVtpptd with every
thing In the way of modern machin
ery. That the mine of the Shoshone
Qnicksllv.r company, in Nye county,
Nevada, of which Salt Lake men are
chief owm is, is likely to become one
of the world's greatest producers of
quicksilver, is Indicated by Information
The smelter recently blown In at
fyirtl by the lodl Mines company Is
treating about sixty tons of ore a day.
The capacity of the plant is 100 tons a
day, and as soon as It Is thoroughly
limbered up ores from neighboring
mines will be treated to make up the
Reports f-nm Park City are to tho
effect that the Iowa Copper property,
which started shipping about a month
ago. has not only maintained Its output
rilnce that time, but has materially In
creased, additional teams having been
employed to haul the product from
tho mine to the smelters.
The Huff electrostatic process for
separating zinc from otlur metals 'n
ores, which promises to add millions
to the value of mines in Utah and
some other states whose ores carry
zinc, is favorably mentioned in the
annual report of the American Zinc,
Lead Smelting company.
For the year ended August 1, Utah
Apex earned a net mining proft of
$124,185, according to the Boston Com
mercial. During the year mining was
confined to the lead or body on which
work began a year ago. The body
has steadily increased in size and has
responded well to development work.
The Dayton lease on the Buckhorn
property. In the eaftern end of Seven
Troughs district, has crosscut twenty
feet in vein matter, with no hanging
wall yet In sight. The average of fif
teen feet of the vein Is $5 a ton In,
gold, it is said, while four feet on the
hanging wall side carries pay milling
.). G. Berryhlll of Des Moines, la., a
director of the Castle Valley Coal
company, has recently made a visit
to the company's property In Cedar
Valley, where, aided by Consulting En
gineer J, K. Seifert, he selected sites
for the company's tipple and for Its
town at the mines, which Is to be
A rich pay streak, ten miles long
and hundreds of feet wide, has been
uncovered In the bed of the upper
Kourgarok river in Alaska. The un
usually light rainfall last summer per
mitted the miners to reach the gold.
One nugget found Is worth $700. The
district promises to be the best In the
entire Seward peninsula.
With the expiration of the contract
between the Utah Consolidated Mln
h.g compary and the American Smelt
ing At Kenning company next April,
net earrings of the mining company
should show a substantial increase
over the results of the compan's year
which ended December 31, 1908, says
li.e Wall Street Journal.
Highly favorable conditions are at
tending the new developments from
the bottom of the Joe Bush shaft of
the Inspiration Copper company, ac
cording to advices received In Salt
Lake. Drifts are being extended in
four directions from the bottom of
that shaft, which was sunk the last
110 feet In sulphide ore averaging bet
ter than 2.5 per cent copper.
Three sub-leases have been let on
the upper two levels of the Mazuma
Hills mine, by the Mazuma Mines
company, which holds a lease upon all
of the workings, according to the Sev
en Troughs Miner. A pump has been
installed and as soon as the wciklngs
are drained the main leasing-company
Is to commence work In the W0 and
400 levels as well as to sink the in
clined shaft deeper.
T. R. Dummond has resigned as
general manager of Tfie"" "New house"
mines and smelters to accept a more
lucrative position, and has been suc
ceeded by Kmll Lundqulat, as acting
manager. Mr. Lundqulat is a Utah
AIDS TO APPETITE
DAINTY TOUCHES ON TABLE
Effective Garnishing of Dishes More a
Matter of Taste Than Money
Flowers or Leaf for Finger
Have you ever stopped to wonder
how tomatoes would taste if they
were not such a pretty red; or if
French creams would tempt us if
served In the form of bash? It takes
a little more trouble to serve a meal
In dainty form, but how much better
(he plainest food tnstes? The shin
ing linen and silver, the sprig of green
on shining meat platter and the neat
rice mold with tomato sauce, all serve
to transform the pickup wash-day
Garnishing Is more a question of
taste and time than money. Through
most of the year a few leaves picked
from shrubs or trees and tucked In on
the edges of a platter of meat or fruit
enhance the appearance of the dish,
while for the other months parsley
ran easily be raised In a window box.
Most people will garnish their meats
with a few sprigs of green and neg
lect all other dishes. Fruit looks
much more Inviting If It is set in a
bed of green or has clusters of foliage
put among It. As far as possible use
the natural foliage. Grape leaves are
excellent for large fruits as canta
loupes, and the nasturtium leaves and
tendrils are effective on salad that Is
not set on lettuce hearts.
A touch of color always looks wel!
combined with the green; thus the
small sweet peppers or cherry toma
toes should be raised in every garden,
even If one has but a small vegetable
patch In a city yard.
Carrots, beets, cucumbers, lemons
In slices or sections, hard-boiled eggs
and the tiny yellow tomatoes all lend
themselves to garnishing. Candied
fruit Is equally effective, but costs
more than the average housewife can
Oysters are Improved by sections of
lemon and sprigs of mint through the
Ice. Indeed, cracked Ice may bo used
artistically Instead of merely as a
chiller. Raw oysters or grape fruit
may be Just as cold to the palate if
they have been set In the refrigerator
for lniurs and served without Ice, but
it certainly will not be so attractive
to the eye as when passed In a bed
of shaved ice.
A finger bowl should always have a
few flowers or a leaf floating on the
surface of the water. Rose geranium
leaves and lemon verbena are dell
clous; while a few nasturtium blos
soms give a charming touch of color.
Do not think such garnishing 1b un
necessary for the simple family meal;
it adds a refining touch that goes a
long way toward making up a scauty
Scald a pint of white Indian meal
in boiling water. Mix together one
tablespoonful of butter, two beaten
eggs, two tablespoons of cream and
a dash of salt. Stir into the corn
meal, beat well for a few moments
and drop from a spoon Into the but
tered pan. Hake In a moderate over
Oyster Shell Scraper.
An oyster shell Is the very best
thing to scrape saucepans and kettles;
when once you have used them, you
will never return to a knife, spoon oi
a link dishcloth; they (the oystei
shells) are sharp-and lend themselves
to all corners. "Little Helps," In the
The Italian Polenta.
One of the greatest dishes of the
Italians is "polenta." They ofter
serve it to guests, but It is nothing
more than cornmeal mush, one of the
dishes of our forefathers, yet alwayi
one of the best In the winter.
Jelly Is made from (he juices of the
fruit only, with equal parts of sugar
The modern method of Jelly makln?
is to boil Juice first until almost done
then add the sugar, which has beet,
made very hot in the oven. The Jelly
is Just allowed to boil up after sugai
Is added. By this method larger quan
titles of Jelly can be made at a time
and still keep Its taste and color.
Conserving Is done by cooking fruii
until transparent in a thick, boiling
syrup, then drain, roll in crystallized
sugar and dry.
Removing Clothes from Boiler.
When washing, to avoid scalding
Augers In catching the clothes up ovei
the clothes stick In removing tht
clothes from the boiler use a pinchlnj
clothespin. Catch clothes with thii
and throw up over the stick.
Savory Cheese Patties.
Butter 12-water-Wscttitsr-their ptit
a good layer of cheese over the but
tet, which should have been spreac
very thin. Dust with paprika and set
in the oven until the cheese melt
Serve very hot.
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At the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition
AGAINST ALL COMPETITORS ON tmmmml
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SALAD DRESSING CONDENSED MILK -EVAPORATED MILK CALIFORNIA FRUITS 9Hb1
CANNED MEATS H
CORNED BEEF SI IC-O DRIED BEEF OX TONGUE VEAL LOAF 9HVj
HAM LOAF VIENNA SAUSAGE 'aMBMal
WHERE QUALITY COUNTS WE LFIAD H
Your Grocer Has Them Insist on Getting Libby's M
HE WOULDN'T SMOKE
Kind Man My boy, aren't you
ashamed to be seen smoking at such a
The Kid Aw, I ain't Bmoklng. I'm
only keeping din pill lit for a fellow
wots gone on an errand.
TOTAL LOSS OF HAIR.
Seemed Imminent Scalp Was Very
8caly and Hair Came Out by Hand
fuls Scalp New Clear and
New Hair Grown by Cuticura.
"About two years ago I was troubled
with my head being scaly. Shortly
after that I had an attack of typhoid
fever and I was out of the hospital
possibly two months when I first no
ticed the hiss of hair, my scalp being
still scaly. I started to use dandruff
cures to no effect whatever. I had
actually lost hope of saving any hair
at all. I could brush it off my coat
by the handful. I was afraid to comb
It. Rut after using two cakes of Cuti
cura Soap and nearly a box of Cuti
cura Ointment, the change was sur
prising My scalp is now clear and
healthy as could bo and my hair thick
er than ever, whereas I had my mind
made up to be bald. W. F. Steese, 5812
llroad St., Pittsburg, Penn., May 7 and
Potter Drug A Ctaem. Corp., Bole Props., Boston.
Proper Love for Wife.
"When a man really loves his wife
he ought to combine all his nicest
si mi, ,.nis toward other women into
one big si'ii'.meiit for her.
"lie should show her the respect he
feels toward his mother, the polite
iii ss he shows other women and tho
responsibility he feels toward his Bis
ter. "To all of that he should add the
great love he should feel for a wife."
We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward for any
caw of Ottawa Out luuuul lie MUM by Italia
F. J. CHBaTKY A CO., TolrrtD, O.
We, the undcrslKncd. Ii.ivi known F. J (htni-y
for the last 15 yearn, mid believe Iiiiii pcrfrrlly hon
orable In nil buaiuess transactions mill llnani mlly
Able tu carry nut any ohll'.'iitl.iii.s nude by hi firm.
Vt aiding. Kinnas A MaBVIM,
ImliKii)' DruicuiHui. Toledo. O.
Hall'a Cataxrh Cure la taken Internally, acting
dlrertlv upon the hlood find mucoua aurlaeea of the
system. Teallmonlala aent tree. Mot '. (ouu pw
bottle. Sold I iv all I mice lata
lake Hall's 1 niiilly 1'llia for constlnatlou.
The average man thinks his bump
of generosity Is at least three times as
large as it actually is.
1IAVK YOU CIIII.HI.AINHf
If an. you lll welcome Perry IiuvIn Painkiller, wl'h
ItssoiithiiiKund healing offeet, Bqually good for rlicii
luutlhtii.luiubaKoor frosi InU-s. 111360,08,100 tnrtvlas.
After breaking a $5 bill the pi0l
are soon lost.
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SOCIETY Q'uEEN CO.. Dept. 6, St. Loult, M. H
W. N. U., Salt Lake City. No. 42-1900. H
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