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I CONSTANT ACHING.
I Daclt aches all H ho time. Spoils . -,-. :..j four appetite; )$SM I wearies tho body, sxJewiuw(o worried tho mind. jK-rt433atT- Kldnoys rauso firm ri It all, and Doan'n Ji Hove and euro It. Spi &JE9HL I ' ol 201 Cherry st., OndF I Portland, Oregon, RWBh I inspector of J HflSnf I rans- Contlnon- w&Rtt-Tl U al Co., says: "I fly I jioy Pills for I ' Hh to a c k a c h o and F other symptoms of kidney trouliln ' which had annoyed mo for months. I H ihlnk a cold was responsible for the H whole troublo. It seemed to settle In I my kidneys. Donn's Kidney Pills H rootod It out. It Is several months m ,)lnco I used thorn, and up to data H- thero has been no recurrence of tho trouble." I Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all I dealers. Price, SO cents per box. Fos- ier-Mllburn Co., IJuffnlo, N. Y. I TCO GOOD A LIArt. H Why Acquaintanceship of Long Dura I tlon Waa Severed. I "Oh, yes, I know tho plaintiff very H "Koll," said a wltnoss recently In a H dantago suit. "I used to visit him at I Ills shop evory day and swap lies with Jhim." I "Used to?" quorled tho examining I counsel, "what do you mean by that?" B "Just what I said," retortod tho wit H mess. "I used to go there." I "Oh," said tho attorney, "you don't H -visit him any more? Old you bavo a foiling out?" H "Well, not exactly, I Just quit going H thero." I "Toll tho court why," said tho attor- aoy. H "Well, Judge," said the wltnoss, I acrewlng hlmsolf around In tho chair H and facing hlra. "Ho told mo once ho H bad a brothor who could jump forty feet into the air and remain up for H twenty seconds." H Day of Scientific Feedlna. H Tho search for tho fountain of youth H baa not been abandoned, as tho num- H orous dietary experiments abundantly H Attest. Science is tho modern Ponce H Co Loon. Tho era of strictly sclontino I living for tho most of us has not H dawned, and Is afar off, but may wo H eot hope that the time Is coming whon H tho most casual caller at tho lunch H counter will order as many grams of B- protein, fat, carbohydrates and tho H rost as his physical or Intellectual noo- Hj ossltlcs soom to requlro7 Tho man H who Is about to produce an oplc will H aoe to it that his bill of faro contains H tho rcqulBlto amount of nitrogen and H phosphorus and that ho secures a sum- H clent number of calorics of hat value dally. H Heat From Firing Guns. H The ho.it dovelopod by tho firing of Hj boavy guns is remarkablo. Luring H some rocont trials In Germany a gun H that had been fired sovonty-Qvo times H moltod solder placed upon It, whilo H another was hot enough to soften ImmL DIDNT BELIEVE H That Coffee Was the Real Trouble. HJ Soma people flounder around and HJ take overythlng that's rocommondod HJ to thorn but Anally flud out that cof- HJ too is tho real causo of tholr troubles. HJ An Oregon man says: HJ "For 25 years I wus troublod with l my stomach, I was a steady coffeo HJ drinker but didn't suspect that as HJ tho causo. I doctored with good doc- HJ tors and got no help, then I tool: H almost anything which somoono elso H had been cured with but to no good. I HJ was very bud last summer and could HJ cot work at limes. HJ "On Docombor 2, 1902, I was taken HJ ao bad tho Doctor said I could not Jlvo HJ over twenty-four hours at tho most HJ und I mado all ptepnratlons to dlo. I HJ could hardly oat an thing, overythlng HJ distressed me and I was weak and sick H all over. When li. that condition cof- HJ fe-o was abandoned and I was put on HJ Postum, the change In my feelings HJ camo quickly nftor tho drink that was HJ poisoning me was removed. HJ "Tho pain aid slcknoss fell away HJ from mo and I began to get woll day HJ by day so 1 stucK to It until uow I am HJ well and strong again, can oat heartily HJ with no hoadacho, heart troublo or tho HJ awful sickness of tho old coffoo days. HJ I drink all I wish of Postum without H any harm and enjoy It Immonsoly. HJ "This seems like a wonderfully HJ strong story but I would refer you to HJ tho First National Dank, Tho Trust HJ Bauklng Co., or any morchant of HJ Grant's Pass, Ore., In regard to my HJ atandlnr and I will send a sworn state- HJ tnont of this if jou wish. You can HJ also use my name." Name glvn by HJ Postum O., Ilnttlo Creek, Mich. HJ Bllll there aro many who persistent- HJ Jy fool thcmsolvus by saying "Coffeo HJ don't hurt me," a ton days' trial of HJ Postum In Its place will tell tho truth H and many times save II to. ' M "There's a reason." HJ! Look for thq JlUlo book "The Road to Wellvlllu" In each paokage. ' AFTER SEVEN YEARS MURDERERS OF A SALT LAKE MISER BEHIND THE BARS. An Almoot Forgotten Crime Brought to Light by the Betrayal by Hln Wife of One of the Murderert. It Is bo'lfM'd thftt u murder iry-tory of sovi'ii years' standliiK Is about to be rlrarel up lu Fait lake City, threo nr'ii Oeurce W. Mitncy, John Hire and i A')l Hunter having been lodged In Jail, ihrrgcil with the murdor, on thn nl -lit of Folrnnrv T5. 181". of l"ro I Bupt'er. a inlseilv uiiib I'lln-miH.'er. who vns fniril tinii'lml to death In n cabin in Rait I nl.o. In a dl nu 1 rcnfessloti made heforo S o it Kn e y a Ccu"ty AtWirnr-y ! VXt ne't. Vt'iity states that on tho ulyhl In ;u''Uom Iih nud Ichn Rirvaml ' A'" 'i-it i went to Huetlur's cabin to t'i : ." i- cf i ol' lug tin' oil nrn-i of JLCO In r.orny which t'-oy uuiler stuc! ' j had C'!-";rJ Mi the ln-us": tlmt lie (Minrj) tin c ' Cue lr on tli liol and hell hlni down wl-ifii VAv stuffed lai In hh thruut t' stlllu hit ciIim fin- he'p, iitnl that n'tor ptoceQd ing thus far thoy were fiiglitcnoil by VHEN THE INDIAN SENATOR TAKES HIS SEAT... A section of Senator Quay's territorial bill provides that one of the senators representing the territory shall be of Indian descent. somo ono knocking on tho door, when tho tlneo would-ho rohbora mado their escnpo, leaving their fctlm nlono In his death struggles and without ovon looking for tho money which lod thorn to commit tho crime. Tho man Rluncy was never suspect ed of any connection with tho murder of DiiPtlor until very iccently, when ho let fall somo slight allusion to It In conversation with his wife, who re ported what ho had said to the olllccrs. Muncy, tho man who makc.i tho confession, Is DO years old and a Vir ginian by birth, and Is said to come from n good rnmlly. When a young man ho emigrated io Illinois, and at tho breaking out of tho civil war en listed lu tho Forty-olghth Illinois ros iinent. At tho close of the wnr ho was dlsi'hnrKod with tho rank of sergeant, anil at once rc-enllstcd in the rogulnr winy, senlng threo years. Following this seivico ho drifted to the fnr west and has lived in Utah, Idaho, Wyo ming and Montana. John Rice, ono of tho trio behind tho bars, wus arrested on suspicion at the tlmo of tho murdor, but was released from lack of dlroct tNidcncc. Soon aftor his discharge John Rico went to Tooolo county, where ho en gaged In tho sheep business, and was later married, having now a wlfo nnd sewiral ehlliljon, and with his depar ture tho murdor of Iltiotlcr wns prac tically dropped as an impenetrable mystery. ilotii Rico nnd Hunter deny nil ktiowlcdgo of tho cilme with which thoy are rhiirgctl, but It Is claimed that Rlre hns lot fall aevcml lemnrks which It will be haul for him to satis factorily oMilnln. It Is said thnt when h" was rcuiid nt Oiantsvlllo and In formed that SheiinKirqry wanted to seo hlni, ho exclaimed; "What In does thy sheriff vnntwlth me; It must bo about that Muctlef case." The statement Is n n If that Muncy anil his wife f o-Mipntly quarreled and that he had threatened to hav" her i sent to the insane asylum. She, In a splilt of leveiiKO, (rave the ollleers a clue which LI to Muncy's arrest. ALMOST A CYCLONE. High Winds Sweet 0er Colorado and Wyoming Towns. High winds prevailed Monday along tho eastern slope of tho Rocky moun tains in Colorndo and Wyoming and considerable) damago to property was wrought. In Denver two mon lost tholr lives ns a direct result of tho gale, Charles Ormsby and William Daniels camo In contnet with a livo electric wlro which had been blown from its fastenings Into the street nnd wero Instantly killed by tho shock. Reports are boIng received from points In northern Colorndo telling of tho destruction of farm buildings nnd haystacks iu tho country districts, nnd tliu falling of trees, small buildings, chimneys, etc , In tho towns. Five Children Cru, ced. At 2 o'clock Tuesday n rnlng tho rosldonce of Peter Chit8i,nnson, at Council Uluffs Iowa, was destroyed by flie, his (lo children, rnnglng In age from a linbo In arms to 11 years of nge, burned to death, and Mrs. Chris tiansen burned so that sho will die Tho husband wns in tho country nt the tlmn. No one knows how the Hie sartod. Tho dead: IMna, 11 years: Frank, S years; I.lla, 4 yenrs; Jane, 2 years; baby, G months. , ONE CURE FOR THE BOY BANDIT. v " RPVsaPRHBaaaaaaaaaKft. BBBBBBlPPr X"l i raaWP ' VwaBBaVaBBBBBBBBk H BBBa ' !aBBI wl - 'aBBBB'BBBa jJbbbBPJ5 'rsiBK-' & ' i Z&$ " ' "bbbh 9tV V s. "tf&'y ts" 9 wflBBB I Mrs. Huefhson, of Chlcasfo, whose I letter follows, is another woman in high position who owes her health to the use of Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound "DkauMks. Pi.skiiam: I suffered for several years with gcnoral weaknosg and beariuir.dovn pains, caused by womb trouble. Sly appe tite was fitful, and I would lie tvnuku for hours, and could not sleep, until I seemed moro weary in tho morning than when I retired. After reading one of your advertisements I decided to try tho merits of Iydia E. Plnkham's Vegotnblo Compound, and I am so glad I did. No ono can doscribo tho good it did me. I took threo bottles faithfully, and besides building up my general health, it drove all disease and poison out of my body, and made mo feel as spry and active as a young girL Mrs. Plnlchnm's medicines aro certainly all they are claimed to bo?' Mas. M. E. Iluaiiso.v, 347 East Ohio St., Chicago, 111. Mrs. Plnklinm TelH How Ordinary Tasks Produco Displacement. Apparently trifling Incidents In onion's dally life frequently produce displacements of tho womb. A slip on the btalrs. lifting durlnff menstruation, rtandln(r at a counter, running a sewing machine, or attending1 to the most ordinary tasks miy result In displacement, and a train of serious evils is started. Tho tlrst Indioitlon of such troublo should bo the signal for quick action. Don't lot tho condition become chronic through neglect or a mistaken idea ' that you can overcome it by exercise or leaving It alone. Moro than a million woinon have regained health by the use of Lydla E, Plnklinui's Vogotablo Compound. If tho slightest trouble nppoars which you do not understand writo to Mrs. Plnkham, nt Lynn, Mass., for her ndvice, and a fow timely words from her will show you the right thing to do. This advice costs you nothing, but It may moan lif o or happiness or both ed Mrs- Le,ah Stowell, 177 Wellington jfjfyillaSfo St, Kingston, Ont., writes : ' JlJ5fflrffi5BaMi "Dear Mns. 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It dissolves and expels tumors from tho uterus In tho early stage of development, and checks any tendency to cancer ous humors. It subdues excitability, nervous prostration, and tones up the, entire female system. Its record of cures is tho greatest in the world, and should bo relied upon with confidence. OCnnf) FORFEIT " cnnot forthwith prodnce tha origin! lttn nnd tlc"tiiri ol Jfenilllll boT etuuonlli, which will prom tUelr absolute Ennlnenaa. VJUUUU LydU U. rinklmiu Medloln Co., Lynn, Mm, I HALL'S CANKER AND DIPHTHErTa REMEDY I FOR THB MOUTH. THROAT, HFUFHPAIi POR OALS BV ALL DRUQQIST8 STOMACH AND DOWELS.. .. "HUlLI) INI J" AND QbNCRAL STORES Nelden-Judson Drug Co., Goneral Agents, Salt Lake City, Utah, i SMOKE- "Not how clioap, out how good " Whitaker & Dallas, Makers, S.Vins ULE B. C. MORRIS FLORAL CO. Bait Floral Detlgni For All Occailona. Prompt and Careful Attention Given to Mall Orders. PHONES 1011-053. 8ALT LAKE CITY Demand tho Utah Hand Mndo Horso f fn. 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