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H It you need a first-clans laxative, H thcro Is nothing better nor safer than H that old family remedy, Ilrandrcth'n H Pills. Each pill contains ono Kraln Hj ot Build extract of Barsaparllla, which, H with other valuabta vegetable) prod H ucts, mako It a blood purlflcr of ex- Hj cellent character. If you aro troubled H with constipation, ono pill at night H will nfford great rollcf. H Urandreth'B rills nro tho samo flno H laxative tonic pill your grandparents H used. They havo been In uso for over H a contury, and aro for sale ovcry- H whoro, either plain or nugsr-roated. H Bank of England. H Tho Hank of England employs H about 1,000 people, pays 1,2.10,000 H yearly In wages and J 170,000 yearly in H pensions. H Important to Mother. Bl Jtxtauie ctrtfullj- tfitrj bottle of CA9TOIUA, BJ a aafe and aura rtmady for Inftnta and children, BB and a that It I sipaunar Cka&ffl&fc&K BJ In Um For Oier 30 Ycira, BJ The Kind Too liars Alrraji Bought. H No cord or cable can draw m H forcibly or bind so fast as love can H do with a single thread. Uurton. BJ Kvprcially worthy of notice li fjarfirM BJ Ten, Nature' remedy fur conatlpation, BJ sick-licadnrhr, liver and kidney derange- BJ mcnla. It la made wholly of llerln. H No man ever asks a truthful woman H what she thinks of him more than H onco. pir.ica rritr.0 in a to i day. PA7.0 OINTM KN r l anaranltrd la rata ant caa St Itflb na. llllnd. Illtrtltnrf or I'rtittndlnv I'lltt la loUdaMorniona ratuiulad. ton. H Affection consists not In use of m carofully prepared utterances. Bb Mra. YTInalow'a Hoolhlna; flrrop. rorfhtldrea teething, eofteea the Buna, reilticea la- BBBj Bnituilon,alia;ip-.la,curetwtDdrollu. ssaatralUa. B Ho fit for more than you are now Hjj doing. Garfleld. I GENERAL BREAKDOWN H A Condition Which Dr. Williams' Pink BB Pills, the Great Blood Tonic, Have BB Been Curing for Years. H Tlioro Is no moro perplexing trouble M for a physician to treat than debility M casos, especially In women. In which BB tlioro Is no ncuto dlscaso but In which BB tho patient ovcry day sinks lower and BB lower despite changes of modiclno and BB similar experiments. BH That Dr. Willlama' rink I'llls win BB restore health undor theso conditions BB Is no speculation hut tho fact has been BB proved in hundreds of cases similar BB to the' of Mrs. Sarah Itamsoy. of 1003 BB St. an St., Litchfield, III. She says Bl "'. nover folt well after my first' BB child was born. I had n gnawing pain BB In my Btomach and cnuld not hold any BB food down. My head ncuJ n great BB deal and sometimes tho pain wont nil BB through my body. I had dlrzy spells BB ho that I could not Bland and scorned B to bo half blinded with pnln. These BH npolls would ofton last for over nn Bl hour. My blood Bcomod to bo in a BB vory poor condition nnd my hands und BB foot wero like Ice. I seemed to bo BB growing woakor and weaker and could BB not got nround to do my work In BB tho liouso. I wnq extremely nervous BB and tho least oxcltomont would bring BB on n dizzy spell. B "('or n number of years I was under BB a doctor's care but seemed to got no BB hotter. I hnd hoard about Dr. Wll- BB Hams' Pink I'llls nnd I began to tako BB thorn. I soon folt bettor and gained BB In weight and strength. My nerves BB nro strong now and I am n woll woman bbbbj in ovory way. H I)r, Wllllnma.' Pink Pills nro sold B by all druggists or will bo sent, post H paid, on receipt of prim. CO cents por B box-, six boxes for 2C0, by tho Dr. H Williams Medlclno Company, Sc'ioncc- H tady, N. Y. A lonklct of valuable in H formation, ctitlf-' "Plain Talks to BB Women," sont free on rcquoat. SICK HEADACHE H I , iPositlvelr ctiied by bVJ PAITTTDQ theso uuio nils. H UH I A I L l0 TUry also rellcro Cb H BBItwxai r trcu troa VytpcpsU, In H BBHTTLE dlscsUoaa&dTooIIearty H BUTR C-uIbc A perfect rem BBl ,' J clj for PLalnesa, nausea. B PILLS. Drowstowi. Dad Tasto BH ,aWL-JBl tha Mouth, Coated H BaBaflHI Tonsve, rain In the Bide, m ? iToiinn uvEt. Tuey H rtgulato tbo DotfoU. IMrelyVcjtU'jlo. SHALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE, H "Ma1aaTaTaaTaTaBaB-MaTaaMBBBaaiBs-aB Baa! IniDTcn'ol Genuine Must Bear K IttVe Fac-Similo SiGnaturo a. 5L REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. YOUR OBLIGATIONS SOME OF THE THINGS YOU OWE YOUR OWN TOWN. YOU SHOULD EUY AT HOME The Country Town Can De Made the Very Qeit Place to Live in the United States. (Copyright y Alfred C. Clark.) A proacher who was a crank on doctrlno wearied his congregation by constantly harping on baptism. A brother that longed for a rest handed him n text ho thought safe, "Tho way of tho transgressor Is hard." "Krlonds," said tho preacher, "thoro nro three thing suggested by this scripture First, the transgressor. Second, his conerslon. Third, his baptism. We wMI pass over tho first two and comn at onco to tho third." Many reasons why pcoplo should trndo at homo rather than send their money away havo been given, but sup poso wo pass them all by and come at onco to tho ono vital reason: It Is tho right thing to do. For aftor all tho fundamental ques tion In ovcry transaction Is whether It Is right or wrong. Not will I savo monoy, but Is It Just? Not Is It moro convenient, but Is it fair? Not whether is It good business, but whothcr it Is good morals? For you and I know, nnd all tho world Is coming to know, that not 010 dollar Is over saved or mado by unfair moans that does not curso tho possessor. And a man may bo as dls honoat in Bavlng money ns In setting it. It Is right to spond our monoy with tho homo town and wrong to sond It away because wo aro undor obliga tions to tho homo town, but not to tho mall ordor bouse. Financial Obligations. In tho first placo tho country Is un dor financial obligations to tho town. Of courso tho town is also Indebted to tho country, but tho town cannot help but pay Its debt, its vory exist ence does that. Hcnco wo are merely discussing tho country sldo of tho obligation. Don't Let the Catalog House Batter Down the Wall of Civil and Industrial Solidity That Makes for the Safety of Your Community Interests. Find 200 acres of good land almost anywhoro that Is SO mllos from town and you can buy It for $25 an aero. The same land within ten mtlos will I bring )35, within five miles Its value 1 Is $00, within two tulles $85 an acre. Thus that town has lncroasod tho land within n radius of ton miles an nvorago of $3G dollars an aero. As that Is about tho ago of country towns gonorally, you may flguro that a town, ns long ns It la fairly prosperous, In creases tho larr1 around It nn average of one dollor an ncro ovory year. Not considering staple nrtlclcs like cnttlo, hogs and grain which can ho shipped and sold anyway, tho town as n local markot Is worth at least $75 a yoar to tho ordinary farmor. For oxnmplo: This joar tho peach markets woro so glutted uo ordinary fruit would pay tho express, Around tho llttlo town In which tho writer lives most farmors havo a fow poach trcos. Tho 4,000 Inhabitants bought noarly ovory bushol In tho vicinity at from 40 cents to n dollar a bushol. Mora than $(,000 was paid for peaches within thrco weeks. That was clear gain which must bo sot ovor to the credit of tho town. Plums, cliorrlua, oarly egotablcs, scores of llttlo odds and ends, parish ablo stud that tho farmor could not or would not ship lio turns Into cash at the homo town. So It a n" n owns 200 acres within reach of town, ho will rccotvo $275 n year direct caih valuo from that town, nono of which ho would receive from tho mall order house. To bo suro, tho town docs not do nate him that amount, tho town was not built for tho purposo of philan thropy, yet he receives an actual cash tencllt because the town Is thoro; and ho Is under actual financial obliga tions to return that benefit by spond ing his money at homo. It is not an obligation that tho law would recognlzo, but It Is one that ap peals to tlioso Independent, clean hearted men of high honor who foci that perfect honosty domands that when' banolUs are received from stranger or brother, friend or foe, benefits iliould be returned. Ooclal Obligations, It Is right for tho country tn spend its monoy with tho homo town because of tho soclil obligations between them. The town Is thu center of your com munity. From It radiates your rural mall service; In it center your tele phone systems On the stroots ot the town you meet your neighbors Satur day afternoons and exchange news nnd experience. You go to It for a day of recreation when tho anow comes, tho fair, or on holidays. There during tho wintor lecture course you hear grent orators and ex cellent musicians. Tho political rallies, tho church conferenco or association aro held there lly and by In tho protty little vil lage church, whoso splro you can soe from your farm, you son will preach tho gospel. In tho brick building two doors from tho comer, a farmer boy will open a law ofllce, and in tho llttlo framo two blocks away another son of tho soil, Just back from college, will begin the practlco of medlclno. Thoro Is tho high school to which yon send your children, and thei-e i after nwhllo your daughter will teach. And Bono day when you find tho farm work too heavy for your age, and want to got near tho children, you will build on that grassy corner lot two doors from tho Methodist church and luovo to town. Yes, tho town Is a mighty good thing to have, a pleasant thing; and tho moro you put Into It tho moro you get out of It. For It grows according to tho trado It gets and tho moro It grows tho moro It can buy and the higher will go your land. The Moral Obligation. Hut tho last and strongest reason why It Is right that tho country peo plo spend their monoy at homo Is tha moral obligation. Tho town is yours, yours to ruin or prosper. Tho same senso of obliga tion should prompt you to support It, as prompted our old Teutonic ances tors In tho forests of dcrmnny to stand elbow to elbow In protoctlon ol their village. Tho samo spirit of loyal ty should Insplro you as fired tha Highland Scot to spond his blood for tho welfare of his clan. Tho country town with all Its faults Is tho best governed, most enlight ened, most moral, nnd happiest spot in American civilization. It Is a good safo placo. Not too swift, nor yet too slow. In touch with the current ot progress, but not racing with greed. Tho placo from which como nearly all tho great business mon, lawyori, scholars, preachers, physicians. The place whoro men aro neighborly and helpful. This town, my farmer friend, Is yours. Dut the city belongs to the mall ordor houses and tho dovll. With its corrupt government. Its overflow of population, and its vice, tho great city is tho menaco of our morals and our liberties. Tho city Ilko tha dragon swallows tho vast throngs of country boys and girls that flock into It, and by and by when health, and vlrtuo and hopo are gono, spews thorn out to dlo In want, or wandor as derelicts ovor tho faco of tho earth. And don't you sco, my frlond, that when you tnko tho monoy from tho country town, you destroy tho chance ot success there, nnd tho boys .and girls will follow whoro you havo sont tho monoy? This town of yours was founded on faith, on tho faith In tho customs ot mon for hundreds of years to trado at tho nearest town. Theso merchants nnd carpontora, masons and editors aro your neighbors. They have grown up nmong8t you or amongst others liko you. They have put their nil In a llttlo business, monoy, tlmo and hopo. Around tho corner thuro is n llttlo cot tago, and tho wlfo and tho baby It may bo your grandbaby wait; and thoro Is a smllo of happiness when "busluoss is good," but tho troubled look comes when business Is poor. Thoy nro struggling to live, and pay for tho llttlo homo, uml by and by ed ucate tho children. Thoy aro your nolghbors and friends, not your ene mies. They work hard you scarcoly realizo how hard and aro not living high. Thoy havo plnnod tholr faith to tho town your town. Thoir success or failure Is In your hands. For your trado thoy will gtvo you good roturns, nnd all will prosper together, If you withdraw your trade, falluro must follow. Some p6or strug glor must go down facing bankruptcy. Tho light must go out of some wom an's oyt, und hardship bo laid up for the child. Kton It you could savo a little by sending your patronago to the city, do you not think It tho fair thlug, the Just thing, the right thing, to trade at the llttlo homo town with those you know, thoso whoso prosporlty nnd happiness are in your hands? For It Is wrltton, "Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself." WILLIAM II. HAMDY. Idolatry, "Jennings Just worships bit auto." "I know It. In It he lives and moraa and has his being." Judge. ACCOUNTING FOR THE FLY. Explanation That Probably Old Not Satisfy Traveler. Ilpforo sailing for Egypt for the winter James Har.cn Uydo said at a farewell dinner In Now York: "Tho only drawbnek to u tropical wintor is tho tiles. In tho hot Bim ot a January day In I'gypt, Morocco or Algeria tho files are an Incrcdlhlo pest You sou them In tho corners of tho eyes of native children and men Ilo asleep In sunny places with flics crawling oicr their lips. Tiio natives don't mind tlio flies. In fact, thoy liko them. At n boorj or native inn In tho Subaru a traveler said to the waiter, pointing Indignant ly ut his stew of Ijurlej und goat'd flesh "'How comes this dead lly In my couscous'' "'.Monsieur,' replied tho wnlter, 'I can not tell joii. Perhaps the lly had not oaten for many das und throwing himself ravenously on tho couscous fed with too great heartiness, thereby contracting nn infliimmutlon of the stomach severe enough to cnuso death. The poor llttlo thing can nuvur hno been strong. When I brought thu cons cons it was dunclng nnd hum ming merrily on thu Biirfaco. Perhaps this idea has Just presented Itself to mo It endeavored to hu allow too largo a plere of meat. Tho morsel stuck In its windpipe. A terrlllc coughing fit, Inaudible to our grosH cars, ensued. Alas, soon nil was over.' "Tho waiter wiped his eyes and said In a broken olco: "'I can account In no other way for tho poor creature's death,' " NOTHING HARD ABOUT IT. Man's Eloquent Prayer Really a Sim ple Proceeding. Joslnh Main, a grandson of tho first settled minister of Rochester, N. II., whoso bronze statuo adorns tho cen tral squaro of that thriving city, was n local character, celebrated for his wit and skill In argument, and as cun ning in his Bpccch ns Jamlo Soutar, tho Drumtochty cjnlc. On ono occasion n company hnd gathered at tho popular grocery, among whom wero Eldor Ilunnals and 'Slab Main, nnd a bet of two quarts Of, rum wag made ns to who could pray tho best, tho elder or Main. All hnd taken several portions of mm or else It Is hardly likely that ho eider would hao coiibented to Join 'n tho sacrilegious test. Tho cider prayod first, and bis petition was so 'ong, loud and fervent that a consid erable crowd gathered before ho fin ished. Then Mnln began and prayod with jo much greater fervor and eloquence that ho easily won tho bet. Tho elder declared ho didn't sco how ho did it. "Why," declared Main. "I began whero you loft off, and put in what you left out, and that's how I did 1L" FEW KNOW THIS. Gives Simple Home Prescription and Directions to Use. A well-known specialist Is authority that Kidney nnd llladder Troubles of all kinds nro In nearly every Instance readily relieved by taking a fow doses of tho following simple homo-mndo mixture: Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-hnlf ounco; Compound Kargon, ono ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparllla, threo ounces. Tlio doso Ih n teuspoonftil after meals and nt bedtimo. These Ingredients can bo obtained nt nny good pharmacy, nnd aro mixed by shaking well In a bottlo. Victims of Kidney, Illaddor and Urinary discuses ot nuy kind should not besltato to muku this pre scription up nnd try it. It comes high ly recommended und doesn't cost much to prepare TOOK LONG TO CONVINCE. Stubborn Youngster Finally Satisfied Mother Was In Earnest. A llrnoklyn mother has solved tho problem'- of tho Incorrigible youngstor, snys tho Now York Olobe. Sho had long found It impossible to tako lior four-yoar-old girl with lior Into publlo places without discomfort and embar rassment. Doing on an olovated train recantly, sho threatened to tako tho child out nt tho next station and spank lior soundly in tlio waiting room. Doflanco compelled this courso. "Now, unless you behavo, I'll whip you again ut tho next station nnd nt ovcry station until you do behavo." was tho mother's warning. Tho youngster, incredulous, contin ued In wrongdoing, tho result being a spanking operation nt each of a dozen Etntlona boforn tho brldgo was rcachod, Tho child was convinced. "I've had no trouble with lior In publlo slnco." said tho mother. "It worked liko a charm." Dog and Rabbit Are Friends. A correspondent tolls nn interest ing story of a frlondslilp botweon a Scotch torrlor and n hnru at Dun formllno, Scotland. Tho pair occu py tho samo hutch nnd lio down sldo by sldo, Tho dog, evidently consider ing hlmsolf tho guardian of his weak er companion, wajphos suspiciously tho movements of nny stranger who approaches too near. Whon tlio liaro gets an outing In tho garden tho torrlor romalns In con stant attendance, nppnrontly to afford such protection as may bo neoded. I Magnified 4S Times, Professors Parker nnd Wood, of Co lumbia university, have discovered a I new filament which they havo called hellon. It magnifies tho efficiency ot electric light 4G times as compared with tho carbon filament Tlio lamp aso burns twlco as Ioug without breaking. Barber Philosophy. "There," said tho bnrber, as he gashed a customer, "that's what comes ot always keeping a stiff upper lip." To Clean Rag Rugs. f A rng rug, after months of hard usage, Bhoulil bo thoroughly beaten, then hung up on the clothcsllno and a full force of water from a garden hoso should bo turned on It. After tho rug Is well dampened, a washing pow der must bo rubbon Into tho tufting and the water continued until tho wator that runs qft begins to look clear. Let It drain well, then turn on n third stream for a flnnl rlnso. Leave It on tho line until dry. Unbleached cotton and linen can bo blenched In a similar mlinnor and sno much labor. Pin tho cotton securely on tho lino, drench It thoroughly with tho hose and leavo It hanging; as Boon as it Is dry renow tho Bprnying. Had Proved Hla Worth. Christian England laughed when Sydney Smith sneered at William Carey as a "consecrated cobbler," go ing on n fool's errand to convert tho heathen. Hut when Carey died at the ago of 73 years be was visited by tho bishop of India, tho head of tho Church of England In that land, who humbly Invoked tho blessing of the dying missionary. A Trio of Husbands. Tho traveled girl was explaining tho strange looking locket she had about her neck on a thin gold chain. "It Is a Iluddhlst charm," sho said, "to keep off bad luck. A swarthy lit tle woman in Tibet gavo it to me. She took a great fancy to me. It Is hand some, It tbo buck Is ot tin. Tho face is ot turquoise. Thoy mako thorn like that In Tibet. Tho llttlo woman's hus bands camo up to her ono by one, begging her to go homo with them, but sho wouldn't till sho had finished talking to me. I felt very much flat tered. Oh, yes, sho had thrco hus bands. Tho women aro very scarce, you know, In Tibet. It wns lovely to seo them dancing attendance on her; tall fellows they wore, too, and hand some "Sho asked mo how mnny husbnnds I had. It was very humiliating to havo to acknowledge to her that I hadn't any," sho sighed. Definitely Fixed. "Export legnl testimony," says n well-known member of tho Now York bar "can easily bo mado a two-edged weapon in court. "A clover nnd capablo raining en gineer was obliged to tako tho stand as an expert tn a suit In Novada, a couplo of years ago. Tbo case In volved largo Issues. "Tho examination wns conducted by a young and smart attorney, who patronized tho expert with all tho au thority ot halt a dozen years of prac tice. "Ono of his questions related to the form In which tho oro was found, a form generally known as 'kidney lumps.' "'Now, sir said tho nttornoy, 'how largo aro theso lumps? You say that thoy aro oblong In shape. Aro they ns long as my head?' "'Yes,' replied tho expert, 'but not nearly so thick.' "-Harper's Weekly. A Real Lemon. "Talk about a lemon," said a newly engaged man, as ho rubbed his hands wildly through his hnlr. "I thought I was on tho wrong track when I asked a girl to marry mo. Hut sho accepted all right and I gao her an engagement ring. "imagine how I felt when I called to tako her to tho theater last night and sho greeted mo In a hat trimmed with lemons. I almost fainted at tho sight, but apparently sho didn't notlco my embarrassment, for sho smiled sweet ly nnd asked mo how I liked them. And now I'm wondering whether It's all off and whether I'll get back tho ring." Inviting Delinquents. A certain city apartment house dweller had bean somowhut slow In paying bis rent, and tho agent finally called In person to seo him. "I'll mako It hot for you If you don't pay that rent Immediately," tho agent, said, threateningly. "I say," remarked tho shivering ten ant, "if I lot that remark get out among the othor tenants In this flat you won't get another cent ot rent from (hem this wintor." Dangerous. "Va yon consider yachting a danger ous1 pnstlmo for a man who cannot swim?" "It is a dangerous pastime for a man who can swim. Why, tho moBt expert swimmer I ever know mot the woman he nfterward married on a yachting trip." Houston PosL , Russian a Child at 25. A Russian is nut of ago until ha Is 2fi )cars old. Until that tlmo at least four-fifths of his earnings must go to Ills parenta. To Make Stones Stronger. Almost everybody knows tho rule of tho masons that Btono used In building Bhould bo bo placed thnt it will lio as it lay In its natural bed when quarried. Hut Francis W. Hoyt, In tho Engineering Nows, says that this familiar rule needs In many casoa to bo supplemented with other precau- tlons. Thoro aro threo plnnos of frac turo known to quarrymen. Tho "rift" Is tho direction In which tho atono splits most easily; the "grain" that which Is next easiest; the "head" that which offers tho greatest resistance. In a paving block tho two sides repre sent tlio rift fracture, tho top and bottom tho grain and tbo ends the houd. Uut In a quarry tho natural bed Is sometimes conslrerably Inclined to tho piano of tho rqlft; honco tho Imperfection of tho ordlnnry rulo for placing the stono In building. Romance of Secret Coffer. In tho national archives of Franco Is an ancient secret coffer which, for some reason or other, has never been opened slnco It was confiscated from its original owner, although tho key la with 1L Whisky was Not for Her. A woman who apparently had been averso to cntorlng a salona ap proached tho bartender In a fashion able North Sldo place tho other even ing and in low tones called for a quart ot whisky. Fivo or six men wero standing near tho end ot tho bar, says tho Chicago IntorOccan. "Now, I don't want you to think this Is for mo," said tho woman in way ot explanation, at tho Baino tlmo glancing furtively at tho mon near the end of tho bar. "My husband, who Is 111 sent mo for tho liquor nnd I did not want to como because I thought you might think It was for mo, and I naturally would feel embarrassed. "What do you drink, wood alcohol?" returned tho bartender In a matter-of-fact way. The men near tho end ot tho bar laughed aloud. "I didn't como in bore to bo insult ed," returned the woman savagely, at tho samo time manifesting her con tempt for tho loungers with a vicious stare. Blackbirds for Market. Among tho annual exports from Cor sica aro about 400,000 blackbirds. Thoy como to that island every winter to .. feed on tho borrles ot tho myrtlo nnd arbutus with which tho mountains aro covered, becoming vory fat, nnd their flavor and perfume ns food causo them to bo much esteemed by tho gourmets of Paris. Retort Courteous. Ho (mockingly) Most men liko "tho soft pillow of a woman's mind.'' Sho (cuttingly) Yes, becauso thoy fool they need somebody elso's opin ion to bolster them up. i Townscnd's Enamel Cream Mu.iaattriotl-ararailiiiraollalalr. Superior va far. pomiira. lit ui u not daiajicil. for aat. .very whara. Piloe 30 oonla It is Worth Something To know that your Wotch Ib flxocl proporly ond by compotont work mon. Youcnnbonsburoil of prompt and offlclont work nt " aarMAIN SK SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. a. J J 1 7 a a.Ml ,sv$r " I UlJfefa i Why You Should Buy East Garfield Lots Ton Million Dollars now bolntf spent by DlnKhani Hmolters. employing thouauiida of mn whu muat have homc-a The only town In euay walking Ulauni-t. of the works. Only three months old. it ton bualneaa houaaa ara llourlihlim nnd more coming Harrlmnn etactrlc franchlae runs throiiKh town. Only thirty minutes- ride to 8tt Ijtke Clt dctaliedTntor,!" Ul '"' " ,0 "50 lt" Ur""- - 'o' BAST-ROOKLIDGE INVESTMENT COMPANY AQUNTS WANTUD. Hoop.r Was. S..t Uke City.