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TIRED, 8ICK AND DISCOURAGED
Doan's Kidney Pills Brought Health
Mrs. J. P. Pemborton, 854 So. La
fayette St., Marshall, Mo., says: "For
years I suffered from nrlj?ht's disease
.mw which the doctors said
'W was Incurable. I grad
P unlly grew weaker un
tae'lj HI I had to take to my
v tW bed. The kidney secre
4 tlons were suppressed,
TX ' became terribly feloal
i Mb i J ed, and finally reachi
MS f the point where I i""k
no Interest In life. It
Wan at this time I began taking Doan's
Kidney Pills and soon Improved.
When I had used 12 boxes I was
1 "without a sign of the trouble which
k seemed to be carrying me to my grave."
y Remember the name Doan's.
For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a
box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Philomena How Poc-etical the
Voods are In autumn!
Jack Yes; even the leaves are
W A 8on's Compliment.
His incessant work, his avoidance
of all rest and recreation and his rig
orous self-denial made Joseph Pullt
eer, in his days in harness, the de
spair of his family.
In this connection a pretty story is
told about the famous journalist's son
Ralph. Mr. Pulitzer had refused to
take a holiday, and Mrs. Pulitzer ex
claimed: "Did you ever know your father to
do anything because it was pleasant?"
"Yes, once when he married you,"
the young man gracefully -replied.
A, Live Real Estate Agents Wanted
'" For Finest Irrigated land proposition
A In California. Full Government re-
B ports on soil and water system. Lib-
J eral Commissions. References Re
k W quired. Write at once for particulars
1 to Irrigated Land Company of Cali
fornia, 601 Crocker National Bank
Building, San Francisco.
"I'm going to give my wife a real
surprise this Christ mas."
That so? Wnttf arc you going to
Br. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets repul.ite
and invigorate Rtpuineh,' liver and bowels,
Bagar-coatad, tiny granules, easy to take
j Every thread of gold is valuable,
and so Is every moment of time.
w PITH rritKD in to u ta ys
Tour ill iicut will i.-iunil money If I'A.O OINT
MK.NT Jails to euro linv OS of IicIiImk, Wind,
liii'iiiiiiK .,1 j'l.iiHi.uiiji tnlas in 0u 1 1 .i.i).. uiti.
Heresy hunting is simply an obses
sion of omniscience.
Are You Weak, All
I Run Down?
Thin condition is directly caused by
bad blood. When the blood is made rich
and pure by Hood'n Sarasapnrilla, you
will feel htroiiK and cheerful; it will put
new life into your veins, new vigor into
your muaelati Rive you a sharper appetite
and Rood (I incut ion; make you look better,
sleep better and feel better; will make
the kunlent work lighter and the darkest
j day brighter. Facts! Thousands confirm
them, (let Hood's today.
Ihem in the world. CASCARETS the
fli biggest seller why? Because it's the best
M medicine for the liver and bowels. It's
Wk what they will do (or you not what
we say they will do that makes
CASCARETS famous. Millions use
CASCARETS and it is all the medicine
that they ever need to take. 904
CABCATtKTS inc a box for a week's
treatmcut. oil drugglsU. BiRK"' tUff
In the T-orld. Million boxes a month. J
11C! gw9 sfLs
f: H mmWJZs name
I WMmL" t0 remember
I W Jhen you need a remedy
XTor COUCH and COLDl
GOVERNOR SPRY'S MESSAGE
Utah's Chief Executive Recommends
Important Legislation in the In
terest of the People.
Salt Lake City. At a joint session
on Tuesday or the senate and house,
Governor William Spry read his mes
sage to the I'tah legislature, in which
he recommended important legisla
tion in the interest of the people ol
Governor Spry began his messago
by calling the attention of the law
makers to the fact that it was their
duty to choose a United States sena
tor to represent this state.
He then devoted a paragraph to lo
cal option legislation, in accordance
with the platform on which the Re
j publican legislators were elected, do
scribing the passage of such a bill us
one of the first and most important
duties before the legislature. This
means local option with cities ot tne
first and second class as units, and
counties outside the cities as units,
the matter to be. submitted to the
people for adoption or rejection with
in Bixty days alter me legislature ad
journs. The present revenue laws of the
state were characterized by the gov
ernor as "ancient, unjust, unfair and
inadeiuiito," and he recommcmle.l
The lack of uniformity among a:i
sessors in Baking their appraise
nients was decried by the governor,
who advocated more unilormi.y and a
eduction in the t.ix levies.
in reviewing the annual reports of
che state officers and state instltu
tlons, the governor concurred with
them in many recommendations for
new legislation, and for improvement?
in state buildings, and declared that
a new state capitol Is an imperative
necessity. The governor had words
of praise for all of tne state officers
in the dls iu.rge of their duti.'s, and
urged that more stringent laws be
made to aid the state officials in the
ronduct of the affairs of the state, es
pecially advising legislation that
would aid the state food and dairy de
partment in the enforcement of the
pure food law and its fight for clean
liness in slaughter houses, dairies,
The governor was particularly lib
eral in his recommendations for the
betterment of the different schools of
the state, the University of Utah and
ihe Agricultural College being highly
sommended, and their pleas for addi
tional buildings being heartily sec
onded by the governor. The work of
the management oi the State Indus
i trial school was commended, as were
i the methods In vogue at the State
Mental hospital at Provo. For the
I Utah school for the deaf and blind,
the governor asked an appropriation
Df $13,7'0, that the pupils may be
Concerning the workshop for the
idult blind, now established in Salt
Lake City, the governor Is not v rv
enthusiastic He pointed out in his
stage that not very many blind
.md tako-i advautigt- of It, and he
recommended that, if oontinu id, it be
continued in connection with the
state school for the blind.
11 'i inggeeted that amendments be
made to the corporation law, raising
"he license fees for the big corpora
tions, and making the' regulations
more stringent. The governor also
suggest! a new tanking law, to re
place the oneinow in force, passed in
1888. Legislation Is also ask 'd with
regard to the Inheritance tax.
More money Is asked for the state
bureau of statistics that it may In
e.lude in its work that of an immigra
tion bun an. The need for the coitln
nation of such bureau, nnd the ezten
slon of its work is emphaslz 1.
More powers and a possible deputy
for the state Insurance commissioned
were recommended by the governor
Under the Hick law. If Utah getB an
other congressman. It will also have
to rapport a national guard of 4'1(
strong, instead of 300. Legislation
looking to a new armory for the Utah
national guard is urged.
Governor Spry deplored the fact that
the state board of sheep commission
cis ran out of funds, and he urged
legislation which would make the
board self supporting.
The work of the Btate road commls
slon was reviewed, and a law recom
mended, making abutting property
ownerB responsible for the irrigation
tiltch nuisance, so prevalent in this
The governor urged that the li
brary gymnasium commission be abol
ished, and its work assigned to the
state board of education.
Amendments to the juvenile court
law, as urged by the state juvenile
court commission, are urged.
The governor reported that 2,5(13
names had been secured by the In
l!an war record commission. He urg
d that any further work of that in
ure come before the adjutant genernl
rn the meantime he urged the legls'a
are to pass the names of those en
oiled by the commission on to con
gress that the persons so named may
In his recommendation for a public
arvlee commission. Governor Spry
imply repeated verbatim what he had
in this subject two years ago.
The legislature was urged to turn
lown the proposed federal Income tax
imendment for the reason that it
-Ives the congress loo much power,
hat such money should be spent In
he states where raised, and that the
ederul government would be en
.Torching on state rights.
MOTHERS OF THEN AND NOW
Conditions Are Only Different, No
Matter What Sentimental
Writers May Assert.
The "popular" writer who bewails
what he assumes to be the fnct that
the "old-fashioned" mother Is no more
Is liable to defeat his own purpose If
that be Inculcating In children the
highest possible regard for their pa
rents. It Is a danger which even the
quantitative theory of literature or
space rates cannot Justify.
The mother of the past, of course,
was different from the mother of the
present, ns different on the whole as
the conditions of life then and now,
but since her daughter is the mother
of the present there must bo some
points of similarity. All the good In
our mothers and grandmothers cer
tainly could not have vanished. It
will be paying scant tribute to those
dear, good women who havt laid down
their recepts and examples nnd pass
ed on to say so. And, of course, this
writer does not mean to do that, yet
he comes very near doing what he
does not Intend.
The fallacy of the whole sentimen
tal notion that because things and
people are not like they used to be
they are not as good lies in ,the pat
ent fnct that they cannot be alike, and
If they were it would simply be be
cause of the present generation being
ro much Inferior to the pnst that it
was unable to do no more than Btnnd
SKIN TORTURED BABIES
SLEEP AND MOTHERS REST
A warm bath with Cutlcura Soap,
followed by a gentle anointing with
Cutlcura ointment, Is genernlly suffi
cient to afford Immediate comfort in
the most distressing forms of itching,
burning and scaly eczemas, rashes, ir
ritations and inflammations of In
fants and children, permit sleep for
child and rest for parent, and point to
permanent relief, when other methods
fall. Peace falls upon distracted
households when these pure, aweet
and gentle emollients enter. No other
treatment costs so little and does so
much for skin sufferers, from Infancy
to age. Send to Potter Drug & Chem.
Corp., Boston, for free 32-page book on
the care and treatment of skin and
IN THE LIMELIGHT.
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"Did you ever feel that the yes.-of
the world were upon you?"
"Once a year, when I wear the neck
ties that my wife gives me ut Christ-nius."
A fashionably dressed young wo
man entered the postofiico in a large
western city, hesitated a moment, and
stepped up to the stump window. The
stamp clerk looked up expectantly,
and she usked, "Do you sell stamps
The clerk politely answered, "Yes."
"I would like to see s,ome, please,"
was the unusual request.
The clerk dazedly handed out a
large sheet of the two-cent variety,
which the young woman carefully ex
amined. Pointing to one near the cen
ter, she said, "I will take this one,
Clerk This is an eight-day clock.
Murphy G'wan! It's a lol; ther's
only slvlu days In the wake! Puck.
It's a great accomplishment to be
able to sing, but don't lose sight of the
fact that It's Just as great a one to
know you can't.
Pettlt's Eye Salve For Over 100 Years
has been used fur consented nnd inflamed
eves, removes film or scum ovpr the eves.
All druggists or Howard Bros., Buffalo, N.Y.
An unplanned Juty done Is better
than a planned duty undone. Bakor.
Mrs. Wlnilow's Soothing- Nyrnp.
Forohllilrcn tn.'itilnty, Mifl.-na tho kiiium. rriTuoi'itln
fliiiiiiuuou,ullayBpuIn.cuioiiiiQ(l0uUc. m.u boiiio.
Slander booh dies If you take it out
TAKE A LESSON FROM VENUS I
Moral That Writer Haa Drawn Is
Not Without Some Points of
Miss Venus is a lovely girl; net
one time has she muttered, against
her pale. Illumined life not one word
has she uttered. Just think, she's
been without her arms for many dusty
nges, and yet she never drops the
brine or rants In hopeless rages. She
has to stand a bunch of guff from Art
bugs down to draymen, and yet she
never once comes back and grills the
heathen layman. When some low-,
brow of brutal mien stmts merrily to
panning and snys her face Is worse
than wood nnd that her hair needs
canning or that le has u waitress
friend who Jerks a coffee jigger could
give her many, many leagues and beat
her out on flgger, she never even
looks at him, that rank untutored sin
ner, but holds her tongue and pedes;
tal; O, Venus Is a winner. She's on
the Job both day and night, she hears
man knock or flatter ftnil women not
of classic mold get madder than a
hntter. She suffers long and quietly
with calm and plae,ld manner, in cold
no mlts to rench a quUt, In heat, no
hands fan her. She is a lesson In
herself a fruit for daily picking. JusL
spare the world, your trouble tales and
scratch the. useless kJcklng.-Q. g., in
Chicago Tribune. )
The Shadow of Science.
It is hard to believe thnt a shadow
Is probably the origin of all astrono
mical, geometrical and geographical
science. The first man who fixed his
staff perpendicularly In the ground
and measured Its shadow was the
earliest computer of time, and the
Arab of today who plants his spear In
the sand and marks liere the shadow
falls Is his direct descendant. It Is
from the shadow of a gnomon that
the early Egyptians told the length
of the year. It Is from the shadow of
a gnomon that the Inhabitants of Up
per Egypt still measure the hours of
work for a water wheel. In this case
the gnomon Is a lhurra stalk support
ed on forked uprights and points north
and south. East and west are pegs
In the ground, evenly marking the
space of earth between sunrise nnd
sunset. In a land of constant sun
shine a shadow was the primitive
chronometer. It was also the prim
itive foot rule.
A Prime Cause of III Health.
A famous physician on being asked
recently what is the chif cause of ill
health, replitd: "Thinking nnd talk
ing about it all tho time. This sense
less introspection In which so many
of tho rising generation of the nerv
ous folk Indulge Is certainly wearing
Hum out. When they are not worry'
lng as to whether tt:-y-sleep tot) much
or too little, they are fidgeting WeV'
the amount of food they take or the
quantity of exorcise necessary ifor
henlth. In short they never"' gjve'
themselves a moment's i eace."
Important to Mothers
, Examine caieiuliy every bottle of
CASTOKIA, a safe and sure remedy for
iuiants and clilltl-ften,' and see tBat It
Gears tho "jf? yfT yz."
Signature wQjSgffi7SfS& "
In Use For Ovi: if,). 'years, ..
Tlio Kind You Have Always Bought.
If every yi'jjir wevoulil root out oue(
y.ice we sliould sooner become , p.er-.
feet iiu n. Thjiniaa.a Keippis, .. ' ,".,''
The dapKK fcQaaatyght cats or wound. ,
ii always blood poiKouing, The. iuimcli. ,
ate ippl)catioWvof Tfanmha Vvlsixd Off
nukta blii.nl p ioinnn'iinp)M-iih!.
The greatest glory of a free-born-people
Is to transmit that freedom to
tin ir children Harvard.
ONLY ONK "BROafO OIIMNF."
Thnt ; I.AXATIVK HttOMO QlfiNlNK. I.... k for
Hi.. fclKnulnrn nf 1.. V c.ltnVi.. I M1 thu World
over to turou CulU .11 uii.- lay. Ms.
The best way to lift men Is to meet
them on a level.
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Have yen stilT or swollen joints, nn mat- H
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strong and restores lost powers. H
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gently but firmly com-J . H
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Woman's Ills (
Many women suffer needlessly from girlhood to woman- $ft jRRwfo 1 mlml
hood and Irom motherhood to old age with backache, omEtSk Li llH
dizziness or headache. Site becomes broken-down, sleep- VW Ik pjPJ
less, nervous, irritable and feels tired irora morning to T W II BPJ
im;lit. When pains uiul aches rack the womanly system ut ftis amB
frequent intervals, mi your neitlibur about fit WK laLl
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription "BR: I
This Prescription has. for over 'JO years, been Kf ssssi
cm i ii delicate, weak, pain-wracked women, jaSp M
by the hundreds of thousands and this too la k . bmB
the privacy ot their homes without their hav- V J l) Isfl
lu-i in stihmtt to Indelicate questioning and JB oHH
offensively repugnant examinations. sbmW Hh
Sick women are invited to consult in confidence by letter free. Address !
World's Disf-nsary Medical Ass'n, K.V. Fierce, M. D., Pres't, Buffalo, N.Y. u
l)n. Pibrck's Grbat Family Doctor Book, The People's Common Sense m
Medical Adviser, newly revised up-to-date edition 1000 pages, answers is Bj
Plain English hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married ixH
ought to know about. Sent r to any address on receipt of 31 one-cent sssml
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PUTNAM FADELESS DYES I
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