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Full id supplies in stock, pt attention. •ALT LAKE STAMP CO., Salt Lako City line Rubber Type Outfits Mail orde -'CCIVC t> • Unjustly Accused. Andrew Carnegie, at a dinner In New York, talked about the Scotch dialect. "It's a hard lingo to understand." he said. "It often causes awkward mistakes. "Once an American divine spent Christmas In a Hilghland Inn. On Christmas morning he gave the maid a tip of a sovereign, and he said, look ing earnestly at her—for she was a pretty maid: " 'Do you know, Kathleen, you are a very good looking lassie?' "Of course Kathleen was pleased, but, being modest, she blushed like a rose and answered : "'Ah, na; ah, na! But my kissin, sir, Is beautiful!' "The divine frowned. " "Leave the room, you wicked young baggage!' he said sternly. "He didn't know, you see, that mod est Kathleen had been simply prais ing in her Highland dialect the su perior charms of her cousin Janet of Peebles." He Knows His Time Table. A woman waited and waited for a car in a Boston suburb and no car came. Finally she lost all patience. "Will you please tell me," she de manded of the starter, an old man ■ seated on a keg of chewing tobacco, "if there are any cars left on this line, and if so, when they will pass here?" Without moving his eyes from the distant horizon and without stopping _ chewing, the old man answered: "A quarter arter, a half arter, a quarter to, and at."—Success Maga zine. Ins and Outs. "What's that noise?" asked the visitor In the apartment house. "Probably some one ln the den tist's apartments on the floor below getting a tooth out." "But this seemed to come from the floor above." "Ah, then It's probably the Pop ley's baby getting a tooth in." Miniature Specialization, A young medical student was being quizzed by one of his teachers: "In what will you specialize?" asked. "Disease of the plied the student, professor, enthusiastically. "Which nostril ?"—Success Magazine. He Stood the Test. The hour was 1 a. m. Inside the dimly lighted hallway stood Mrs. Dor kins with a grim smile on her face. The front door was bolted. ''John,'' she said, in cutting accents, "you have been dissipating at the club again! " "Maria," spoke a voice outside, rap idly, clearly and distinctly, "he blew lugubriously on the blooming bugle!" Instantly she unfastened and open ed the door. Mr. Dorkhis had not been dissipat ing.—Chicago Tribune. he was nostril," re "Good," said the Scotland Going Dry. An unpreceednied state of affairs prevails in the distillery industry of Scotland. It has been announced that the North British JJistillery is to be closed down. This makes the fourth large grain distillery which has ceas ed operations in Scotland during the last month or two. It foreshadows that other distilleries will be closed permanently The situation is un usual and shows the force of the strong temperance sentiment which is sweeping the country.—Temper ance. James Would Miss Him. Husband—I shall have to be away all day Thursday. Wife My dear, how can you possi bly do that when you know tha* is al ways the day you give James notice to go?—Punch. The Servant Question. "Good gracious! There's falling out of the window." Marie "Drat these servants! She knows we are not insured against accidents They're always trying to annoy us. *—Pele Mele HAD THROAT TROUBLE SINCE CHILDHOOD All Treatments Failed. Believed by Penina. Mrs. ffm. Hoh tnann, 2764 Lincoln Ave., Chicago, 111, , writes: "I suffered with catarrh of tha bron chial tubes and had a terrible cough ever since a child. "I would sit up In bed with p 111 o w s propped up behind me, but still the cough would not let me sleep. I thought and everybody else that I had consump tion. "So reading the papers about Pe runa I decided to Ml try, without the least bit of hope that It would do me any good. But after tak noticed a change. Mrs. Hohmann. In g three bottles My appetite got better, so I kept on, never discouraged. Finally I seemed not to cough so much and the pains ln my chest got better and I could rest at night "I am well now and cured of a chronic cough and sore throat I cannot tell you how grateful I am, and thank Peruna enough, where doctors have failed and I talk Peruna wherever I go, recommend It to everybody. People who think they have consumption better give It a trial." oannot It has cured PERFECT HEALTH. Tutt's Pills keep the system in perfect order. They regulate the bowels and produce A VIGOROUS BODY. Cure s ick headache, constipation and malaria, Tutt's Pills ACOAVQ RELIABLE : PROMPT MOO A10 gsiSi'Si^aSS 4 ^.® Gold and Hi Ivor refined and bought. Write for „»»cSs- OGDEN AX8AÏ CO 1330 Court rlaee, Denver, Colorado. TOO MUCH FOR THE CORPSE Exhibition of Meanness That Galvan ized the "Dead" Irishman Into Indignant Life. "Don't be mean in -your offerings," said T. P. O'Connor, in a plea In New York for the Irish cause. "The Irish can't stand meanness. "No, no; the Irish can't stand mean ness. Take O'Grady's case. You know, in Ireland, some 60 or 70 years ago, when a poor family lacked a coffin they made the corpse beg for it. "This custom, alas! sometimes led to imposture. Thus, Thirsty O'Grady and his friends wanted money badly i once, and O'Grady was assigned to L act the corpse. So they laid him on ! a bier outside the door and they put : a pewter plate beside him for the | pennieg j "As O'Grady lay there, so still, with j closed eyes, an old woman stopped - and dropped sixpence into the plate. ! Then she began to take out change. ; A penny, tuppence, threepence she took out, and O'Grady couldn't stand such meanness. Corpse as he was, he ! said: j . I i A Friendly Match." I I speak of a "friendly match," not at : all forgetting that diction of the old j Scot to whom his opponent, breaking some trivial rule, said: "I suppose you ! 3 won't claim that in a friendly match?" j "Friendly match!" was the reply. "There's no such thing at golf!"— ! London Telegraph. "Pretty careful, is he?" "Pretty careful. He left a partly i smoked cigar ln my office the other I c day, and a little later sent his clerk a around after it." , s ! " 'Arrah, now, don't mind the change.' ''—Washington Star. Careful Man. Most concerts are all right, if there are no cats ln them. be If You Knew How Good of to In are the sweet, crisp bits of Post Toasties you would, at least, try 'em. The food is made of per fectly ripe white corn, cooked, sweetened, rolled and toasted. It is served direct from the package with cream or milk, and sugar if desired— A breakfast favorite I The Memory Lingers" POSTUM CEREAL CO.. Ltd., Battle Cxeek, Mich. and the and in at of of «< 0 » %VvV COMBINE POULTRY AND FRUIT Allowing Fowls Full Range of Or chard Aide in Keeping Trees Free From Insect Pests. (By HORACE ATWOOD.) Fruit culture and the production of poultry products can frequently be combined in a most satisfactory man There are several reasons why fruit and poultry can be produced eco nomically together. In the first place, fowls ner. are very destructive to In sect life, and if sufficiently large numbers are kept few of the larger Insects, which may spend a portion of their time on the ground among the dead leaves and grass, will escape. The destruction of Insects tends, of course, healthy and the fruit produced perfect. to make the trees more more The amount of fertility, too, which may be added to the soil through the droppings of the fowls, is a matter of no small importance when consid ered for a series of years. Medium sized fowls, like the leghorns, quire about a bushel of grain year, and larger re per fowls, considerably The greater part of the nitro gen. potash and phosphoric acid pres ent ln this grain passes into the more. ex crement, and when this is scattered uniformly over the surface the soil should become more fertile from to year, thus making the trees thrifty, vigorous and productive, these ways, then, will the fowls bene fit the trees, while on the otter hand the shade furnished by the orchard the sultry days of summer adds year more In on I i I m ». / l Wm mm \t \ i >„ ... L lmnnr ?»ol < l orchard.ng, It ! li ! a haye , p0ultry : ° arranged aB to interfere as | " « e when the trees j man d most attention, namely, in the j ^h«" m ' S nece f SS , ary to spray - - k«d " fowl, ! be madeTo ° R ^ ; „ \ h ® re< l uire ®ent ^ branCh ° f P J sinesB. ! Prize Winning Calumet Cock, the comYort and well being of the fowls and thus increases the profit j which may be derived from them. to I . IV I overcrowded end .x, ». are not i äry and comfortable ^ houses are I e ' ; : A bouse 16 or 18 feet wide and ; j "" feet long wl >l accommodate about j 75 fowls of the smaller breeds, and ! 3 , ne house P e r acre would be sufficient, j These houses shduld face the or sou theast, so as to receive as ! sunstl * ne as possible ln winter. The back wall, on the north side of the bouse, should be double-boarded, as to be perfectly tight and warm, aDd t * le sout b Bide should be pro i , wllh an °Peuing which can be I c osed * n cold and stormy weather by a canyas or duck curtain. The perches , s ,' lou , d extend the entire length the house at the rear, and should be provided with dropping boards, derneath which the nest may be lo cated. Colony houses should be through the orchard. scattered The shape c.. aize of these houses is quite immate rial. provided that the hens ! or south much so I of un The dry mash system of feeding can be used. This reduces the cost of labor for feeding to a minimum This system consists in keeping constantly available to the fowls a mixture of ground grains and beef ground oats and J about ten per'îeSlT addition to the dry mash, the fowls should be fed at least once per day some whole grain, such as a mixture of corn, wheat and oats. In the win- I er time, when the fowls are confined j to the houses, this should be scattered In the straw or litter, which should cover the floors of the houses, mer the whole grain outside. scrap. A mix ture which has been found to be satisfactory consists of equal weight, of cornmeal, wheat bran. very j parts, by T n sum may be scattered Laying hens of the size of , „ Leghorns require lrom 60 to 70 pounds of grain and beef scrap per head yearly. At Grain, this no „ - , peu fowl j any fed I the present prices for will cost about one dollar each year. Young fowls, w^ien properly and cared for and given free in an orchard, as outlined will lav i at the very iowes. estimate, ten dozen eggs per year. At an average price of 25 cents per dozen, these worth $2.50, or a profit, above the of feed, of $1.50 per hen per I range I ,n would be ! cost vp-.r BLAME PHYSICIANS FOR GROWTH OF DOPE HABIT Druggists Say Prescriptions and Not Patent Medicines the Cause.a» New York.—Ilia me for aleace and growth of the morphine habit was placed on the shoulders of physicians, who prescribed the drug, at a meeting of druggists here to night to protest against the recently enacted city ordinance prohibiting the sale at retail of any preparation taining morphine or its salts except upon a doctor's prescription. The ordinance Is the prev ron aimed primarily at paregoric and at stomach remedies, j according to members of the board of ' health who were instrumental in ob taining Its passage. Caswell Mayo I one of the druggists, said he had U made a canvass by mall of several ; sanitariums and the replies convinced - him 90 per cent, of the victims of j drugs formed the habit as a result of j using prescriptions given bv physt- ! clans and only 8 per cent, from using I proprietary medicines. nothing at all. 7 Â a] >»/ 11 W m f frW/A m m ,, [m Brown—What your son doesn't know about horse racing Isn't worth know ing. Walker—And what he does know about It Isn't worth knowing, either. PAINFUL FINGER NAILS CURED "I have suffered from the same trou ble (painful finger nails) at different periods of my life. The first time of its occurrence, perhaps twenty-five [ years agb, altar trying home remedies ; without getting I asked my doctor to prescribe for me.^ht it not for a year or more that my nails and fingers were well. The Inflamma tion and suppuration began at the base of the finger nail. Sometimes it was so painful that I had to poultice to Induce suppuration. After the pus was discharged the swelling go down until the next period of inflammation, pomsibly not than a week or two afterwards. These frequent inflammations resulted in the loss of the nail. I had sometimes as many as three fingers ln this state at one time. use a more "Perhaps ten years later I began again to suffer from the same trouble. Again I tried various remedies, among them a prescription from a doctor of a friend of mine, who had suffered from a like trouble, help somewhat for a time, but It was not a permanent cure; next tried a prescription from my own doctor, but (Ills waij so irritating to the sensitive, diseased skin that I could not use It. I began to use Cuticura Soap and Ointment. This seemed to I hsd used the Cuticura Ointment previously on my children's scalps with good effect, the Soap exclusively, but I rubbed the Cuticura Ointment into the base of the nail ever y thoroughly, and ; as often beside as I could. I had not ; used it but a few weeks before my j nails were better, and in a short time I did not use they were apparently well. There was no more suppuration, nor Inflam mation, again. the nails grew out clean One box of Cuttcura Ointment was all that I used in effecting cure." (Signed) Mrs. I. J. Horton, | Katonah, N. Y., Apr. 13, 1910. Sept. 21, Mrs. Horton wrote: "I have had no further return of the trouble with my finger nails.'' On The Selfish View. "Do you want cheaper postage?" "1 don't know," replied the man who considers only his own Interests. "I [ don't write many letters myself, and i I don't see why I should be eager to make it easier for the men who send j me bills." I Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle ol CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for ! Infants and children, and see that It Bears the yrjt^ J Signature of /y fZ ^ ^ j The Kind You Have Always Bought. Love making Is one kind weather picnic. of cold I I j Spark t*t., A READER CURES HIS CONSTIPATION-TRY IT FREE Simple way for any family to retain the good health of all its members. The editors of at v Health Hints" and Questions and Answers" have one ques tlon Pat to them more often than any other, and which, strangely enouirh ? nd L' he most difficult to answer! tlon?" * How can 1 cure m V consttpa Dr. Caldwell, an eminent specialist tn diseases of the stomach, liver and i vhole field over, has prac _. , ~ - years and Is convinced that the Ingredients contained what^ Is called Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Aaim to attention Is ,n Pepsin has the best ci frem constipated people. n the cure of stubborn con done much to displace the ■ «tioatlun hn AT THE ZOO. immpnn % p .'■i&y £s7L I Mr. Bird—This, my dear, is the In sect kangaroo. FRENCH BEAN COFFEE, j a L1CAI TUIE-ltl n P IM It ' " nCMLIflrUL UnllMIV _. 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