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Ghastly Sights in Guanajuata.
g Met Ho which was destroyed by a cloud burst. furauhex I no of the ghastliest curios Ulna of tba world In ona oi the vault* of the Pantheon are pro ■erred mtnv mummte» which wore dap from tf-i soil. They afford a curi ous evidence of tha natural cmbalmlnp properties of the earth. Guanajuato, the ruine.,! TEA We consume a great deal of tea, hut do we enjoy it? More coffee; but do we en joy it? Knnwl*ri|re Hook A. Schilling ft Fmnetero Writ« for Ootnpany, Before the introduction of coins and mints gold and silver passed bj weight In (he forms of lumps, buttons wedges, or spikes. TEA The cost of tea is all in the tea; the cost of coffee is by no means all in the coffee. Yt money If you don't like groc+r returns y •ch^llng't Beet A Good Mixer. Johnny—Pa. what Is a good mixer? Pa—A man who can mingle the mint of the moneyed classes, the ice of the Indifferent and the whisky of the majority into one grand julep. BIG PUBLISHER SUED. Chicago, Oct. 1G.—The Peruna Drug Manufacturing Company, manufactur ers of a widely known proprietary med icine, has brought suit in the Superior Court of the City of Chicago against the CurtU Publishing Company of Phil adelphia. alleging that It has been damaged to the extent of 1250,000 by a recent article in the Ladles' Home Journal. The suit Is based on a statement re cently made in that journal that a testimonial as to the merit of the rem edy manufactured by the plaintiff, al le?Wv' to have been given by Congress man George H. White of South Caro lina, was fraudulent, denial from Mr White that he ever gave such a testi monial also being printed. The Peruna company declares that Congressman White did give the testi monial in good faith, and that it has two original letters from Mr. White. It declares that Mr. Whitt- was led to repudiate the testimonial through a misunderstanding. This is the second large damage suit that has been filed against the Curtis Publishing company since it inaugur ated its attacks on "Patent Medicines." Our statute mile, 1,000 paces, used also in England, was fixed In the timf of Queen Elizabeth and has not sine« beeu changed. a TEA It is easy to brew a good pot of tea. There are two ways: one is to do it; the other is not to. In at* ry packatfC of Bchllllngr'R B*st T** Is a book Maks <iood Tea. toi: HOW Rare Old English Coins Found. Rare specimens of a silver groat and a silver penny, both of Richard II, have been dug up at High Wy. comb. Bucks. To Launder Colored Embroidered Linen*, To launder colored, embroidered linens with good results, the work should tie done quickly and carefully. Wash through warm, Ivory Soap suds, rubbing with the hands : rinse through a clear water, then through another which is slightly blue. Dry iuuloors; to iron, have the piece very damp and pluce it, right side down, on a soft Blanket. Press with a hot iron ELEANOR K. PARKER. To Improve the Grip. A iong-handed broom makes an ex cellent exerciser for the wrists, and will Improve the grip. Grasp the to[ end of the handle and raise the broom level with Ihe shoulder, keeping thf arm perfectly rigid.—Exchange. DON'T FOKORT lil-d C A large Z-oz. pookagi 6 oeniü. The liu-v ( Halt Blue, only urn. South Bemt. Ind Hfnry 111 of England is reputed at having chosen a grain of wheat fron - the middle of weight. th< a standard ear a: TEA Think of the cheer in a cargo of tea. Caligula, most cruel of Roman em perors, built a bridge of boats ihre» miles long at Buiae and celebrated Its opening by throwing many of hit guests into the sea. TEA Is it tea that unlooses the wings of thought and the bands of the tongue ? Estimates of the total amount et saving deposits of the world show th* amazing figures of $T.O0O.0(!0,n00. trat: the fa Mors Red Cross Ball Blue. Large «eats. Tbe Rush C a-oz. package S touth Henri. Ip<l ipunv. Didn't Believe in Daily Bath. A Berlin landlord has not only sued a tenant for loss sustained through her excessive use of water for bath ing purposes, but has promulgated ihe extraordinary theory tnat "no respect able woman takes a bath every day." THE OAKLEY BAGLE By k. K- MltHU OAiunr IDAHO The foot bar face will now be added to the undulating features of our coun try. A French scientist says wo shall all be living in glass houses oon. Most of ns are already. "All great men are cheerful," says s contemporary. In other words, It Is great to be cheerful. M"s. Frank Leslie says that women should not marry before they arc 28 and many of them don't Poets are writing; sonnets commercializing Something will have to give. on the of Niagara Falls. There 4s this difference pleasure and happiness : one is a brass hand, the other the song of a bird. If a corset will improve the rear ele vation of a hump shouldered man, by all means encourage him to wear It. between When the Russian Goeudastsvenna Douma meets no time should he lost in introducing a bill to change its name. A flawless 460-carat diamond has been Dropped Im probably. found near some careless Johannesburg, actress ft is announced that there will be great many lmltatlon-seal coats on the market this winter—but fool his wife. .1 no man can We wonder if Commoilqre tries (o make tils separation from civil ization seem shorter by counting it in days and nights. Pearv The man who is waiting for time to bring him his revenge says "the mills of the gods grind finely, but they grind exceedingly slow." Doesn't It make you happy to think that gold imports again? No? It must be that they are not consigned to you. are announced Rojest.vensky has so far recovered from his wounds as to be able to travel home. This Is where Rojest veusk.v's real troubles begin. Wo wish Mme. Wade would show how fat women get into their cor«ets. That is one of the mysteries that have never been able to guess at. us we An Evanston (111.) co-ed man who was drowning in Long Island sound. saved a Men are not so numerous that a co-ed can afford to take any chances. A Kansas parson refuses wedding fees because he does not think it is right to profit by the mistakes of oth ers, according to the Kansas City' Star. The Virginia young man who was fined $20 for kissing a girl against her will, if he is really gallant, will of course, that it money. say, was worth the As Yachtsman Upton explains the accident, his horse jibed causing the saddle to list heavily tc starboard and throwing the skipper overboard. suddenly In his opposition to vacation Uncle Russell Sage has at last found an ally in the New York doctor who attri butes the spread of typhoid to "the deadly vacation." At Camden, N. J., the other day a woman deserted her husband, after drawing his pay for a month in ad vance. Yet some people think the In quisition was cruel. The able correspondent knows a sensation when he sees one. He ca bles under the Atlantic that a New York man and his wife are living hap pily together in Paris. That was certainly an obliging high wayman out in California who. after he had robbed the stage, courteously posed while a Philadelphia girl took a snap shot of the situation. I A Minnesota man drowned himself rather than embark on the sea of mat rimony. Somebody must have been stringing him. Matrimony is not al ways as black as it is painted. That story about the Nashville man with hands twelve Inches long is well designed to bring a soft sigh of envy from the little girl who has just got to striking octaves in her piano prac tice. It took t renty-flve expert money counters sixty-seven days to count the money in the United States treasury, the largest count of any one day being 120 tons of silver. Your Uncle Sam is not so poor. According to a San Francisco dis patch. Mrs. Fernuia Sarras, an aged Mexican Oman, has received $90.000 from a syndicate for a mine she own ed. Now watch the syndicate go to ell the mine to the public work to for $1,001 In St. Louis a young man has a girl for $20.000 bee to be his wife. This i ant for her. but she r the sued ause she refuses nay not be pleas •an at least have nowlrtg that fusing to be faction ol her girl friends are not r< she ever had PV< proposal. AWFUL NEURALGIA Mr. Porter Though« Ha Should Go Mad But Dr. W.lliams' Pink Pills Cured Him. "It seems like a miracle that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills should have cured my neural# a," said Mr. Porter. " They are certainly a niurvelons medicine and 1 am always glad to recommend them. ''For two years," he continued. "I had anflfared almost unendiiralilo pains in my head. They would start over my eyes amt shoot upward most frequently, but they often spread over my face, and at times every part of my head and face would lie full of agony. Sometimes the pains w-.re so intense that I actually feared they would drive me mad. " My eyes ached constantly and there was always a burning sensation over my forehead, hut the other (anns varied, sometimes they wore acute, and again they were dull and lingering. I could not sleep. Mv temper was irritable and I got no pleasure out of life. " I tried remedy after remedy, but finding no help in any of them, I be came a despairing man. Even when 1 began to take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills J had no great hope of a cure. ''That was in December of 1903 To my surprise, a change in my condition took place right away. The (»ins grew less intense and the acute attacks were further apart, as I kept on using Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills. The improvement! be gan with tbe first box, and when I had used six (sixes I stopped complete and has lasted ever since." Mr. Oharles H. Porter lives at Ray mond, N H. He is one of liianv grateful (leople who have found Hint. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will cure diseases of the nerves that have stubbornly resisted every other remedy tried. Not only neuralgia, but sciatica, partial paralysis and locomotor ataxia yield to them. They arc sold by all druggists, or may be obtained directly from the Dr Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y. My cure was Europe's Largest Fig Tree. The largest fig tree in Western Eu rope la the one at Roscvoff, Brittany. It is In the garden of a Capuchin con vent. and its spreading branches, sup ported by scaffolding, are said to be capable of sheltering over 200 per sons. TEA Your grocer has also our coffee baking-powder ex tracts spices and soda. All alike as to trueness and goodness. Schilling's Meet Is a good foot-rule to grocer with. mesure Panic Caused by Eclipse. In Egypt, in the eclipse of 1882 soldiers had to guard the British camp from the excited Egyptians who would have invaded it. As it was, their wild shrieks as the sun became overcast were sufficiently disturbing. TEA It rouses new life and al most satisfies hunger. The Arctic Region. The arctic region consists of a deep polar nearly surrounded by land, with a flow of Atlantic water in ocean wards on the Siberian side, and out wards down the east coast of Green land. Plso's Cure is the best medicine we ever used for all affections of the throat and lungs.—W m O. Endstmt, Vanburen, Iml., Feb. 10,1900. Effect of Wall Paper. When papering a room remember that large patterns and dark colors will make It appear smaller, while a plain or striped paper, if a light hue, »111 give an Impression of increased size. TEA I low many letters are there in tea? One, two or three, as you like: t or te or tee or tea. The pope's slippers are legion, eact pair being made of the finest velvet; the right slipper, which is kissed bj pilgrims and other pious bears a cross of gold. visitors Do It Now. If you are about to make a trip any I «here. let ms know. Pleased to giv« you full information as to low rates— plenty of 'em this summer—train ser vice, etc. "The Santa Ke" trade mark is the sign of safety, speed and ease. C. F. WARREN, Genl. Agt., A. T. & S. F. Ry., Salt 1-ako Citv, Utah. During the last fifteen years France has expended more, both in time and money, in the investigation of subma rine navigation than any other coun try. TEA Is there a better way to *eep the family longer at table, to keep it together? When one of the great generals of ancient Greece died the soldiers of the whole army shaved their heads and the manes of their horses. TEA Tea is coarse or fine, tea or weed, harsh or smooth, keen or soft, heavy or bright ; but words are empty. Knowledge book. A. Schilling à Writ* for Doupanj.l CONGRESSMAN goulden Plods Quick Reitst from Bladder Trow- ' b!es Through Doan a Kidney Pills. Hon Joecph A Goulden, Member | of Congress representing the 18th Dia- I trlct of New York, also trustee of the Soldiers' Home at Hath. N. Y., writes: Gentlemen : many -f my friends \ have used Doan's iH Kidney Pills and iPîlb f,ave been cured of kidney ind bladder C troubles, 1 fee! it À my duty to recorn * mend the medicine. From personal experience I know Doan's Kidney Pills will cure inflam mation of the bladder having experi enced relief the second day of using the medicine. (Signed ) Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foeter-Mllburn Co.. Huffalo, N. Y. ) i As 8 stw J. A GOULDEN Immense "Public Domain." The "public domain" is still nearly one-third of the whole country. It has been surveyed in squares six miles on a side called townships, then Into squares of one mile, called sections, and these again into quarter sections. TEA How much money do we return to dissatisfied people ? All that our grocers get asked for Y oar grocer return* your BcbiUinff's Bent. i*y 1 1 you don't Ilk« Forty-seven per cent of the Japan ese dead are cremated, 10,000 being incinerated has six crematories. yearly at Tokio, which Mrs. 'Winslow's Soothlnjf Syrup. For children teething, softens the gums, reduces ta» fitumnatlou, si lays pain, cures wind colic. 26c a bottle. European Countries Tax Salt. Salt is in many European countries a heavily taxed government monopoly. Italy patrols its beaches to poor people from evaporating sea wa ter for low grade salt. prevent AGAINST THE PUBLIC INTEREST. Overzealous Reformers Work for Law Against Proprietary Medicines. "Schemes to diminish or destroy the sale of proprietary medicines are constantly being devised by Interested parties. Every now and then some zealous reformer comes to the front with the demand for a law to require every package of proprietary medi cine to be labeled with a printed statement of the 'formula,' showing just how it is manufacture«!. The mil lions of people who use proprietary medicines seem to be satisfied; but the man with a mania for regulating the affairs of other people or who has some personal interest to serve Is the one who agitates the proposition. To a person who has never taken time to consider it, such a proposition may seem reasonable enough ; yst it is in fact nothing more nor less than a scheme to compel the manufactur ers to put their trade throughout the entire country at the mercy of every commercial pirate who might choose to flood the market with imitations of their goods "Under such condition's the tncen Uve for the original manufacturer to advertise his goods would be practi cally destroyed, for the money spent on advertising would inure mainly to the benefit of the pirates and imita tors. W'ithout advertising, the public would receive little information in regard to the medicine, and all future «aies would be greatly impaired If not wholly destroyed. It is mainly by judicious advertising that the knowl edge of proprietary medicines is brought to the public. Nothing is more certain than that millions of peo ple have found relief at a compara tively small expense by the use ol some remedy first called to their notice through newspaper advertising. Why, then, should the manufacturer of a meritorious proprietary remedy be compelled by law to practically destroy his business as a condition of being allowed to carry it on? Yet that is exactly what these formula bills mean—Exchange The ice industry began in Boston in 1805, when a man by the name of Tu dor shipped it to Martinique. a dor shipped it to Martinique. a Advancing the Farmers' Interests. Traveling agents and salesmen are now sent from the home offices of the Chicago packers into all South Ameri can and Asiatic countries. They are going into every land, no matter what language may be spoken or what money be use*l. ^They will exchange their goods for dowries or elephant tusks—anything to sell the product and get something in return converti ble into money. It may seem odd to some folks, but traveling men, carry ing cases with samples of American meat products, can be seen in the desert of Sahara, the sands of Zanzi bar or in Brazil, "where the nuts come from." Great is the enterprise of the Yankee merchant. The greater the market, the greater the price and sta bility of the price of the product and all that goes to make it in Us various stages. _ Long ago poverty-stricken English parents sold their offspring to tht Irish, who made slaves of them. TEA The modestest thing in the world is tea. It is onlv tea! !tO MAKE YOU LACGfl ' | I HUMOROUS HAPPENINGS REAL AND IMAGINARY. ) Thought Physician Was Getting Too Personal—Simple Reason far Throw ing Stones »it Cat—Hi Spry's Excuse for Attending Circus. His Excuse. "Ah-hah. squire!" cackled HI Spry, the village wag and cut-up, upon en countering the old codger next morn ing after the date of the appearance of (he greatest show on earth. "Fet ched ye In a yarn! Told me ye was goin' to lake boy to ihe circus and I seen ye right smack up on ihe tip-top seat last night, without a single sign of a boy with ye!" "Took the boy 1 used to be, years and years ago!" returned the veteran, erabbedly. "I'm In my second child hood, golram ye!"—Puck. Too Personal. A ~n TO ? rj Os u w ft j» srs? G«. TPtwttf* Hixon—I ain't going to have that doctor any more. He gets too per sonal—he signs all his prescriptions "Kurem. M. IV' Dixon—What's wrong with that? Hixor What's wrong! Don't "M. D.'' stand for money due? Woman's Way. Henpeck—I tell you. my Henrietta always means what she says. Jenkins—Gee whiz! I wish my wife did. Henpeck — Why, Doesn't she always? Jenkins—Not at all. that's strange. Whenever she says she wants "a little money" she means "much money." Well Instructed. Her head rested on his shoulder and her liftje hand lay confidingly in his. "Tell me, Alfred." said the happy maiden, "how you ever came to pick me out as the girl you wanted to marry." "Well, Dora," replied the ecstatic young man, in a gush of confidence, "it was mother that put me up to it." Always Wanting More. "It's possible for any one in this country to get enough to eat and to wear." "For any man, yes." "Yes, or for any woman." "Nonsense! enough to wear." No woman» ever gets Philadelphia Press. Mere Bagatelle. Mr. Wrubberuek—What does it cost to raise a boy? Mr. Uitakids—Oh, I've never kept any account of that. But I could give you some interesting figures showing what it costs to make something out of a boy after you have raised him. His Example. "Robert," said a .teacher in one 01 the public schools to her brightest pu pil, "give me an example of the of the word 'damper' in a sentence." Robert thought a moment, then de livered himself of the following: "Teacher is damper-tieular about our English."—Harper's Weekly. list In the Servants' Hall. First Butier—Are these cigars im ported? Second Butler—No, extracted.—Flip gende Blatter. Reason. ooo in da t' 1 t I 1 1101 "Young man, what did you throw stones at that cat for? "Ter hit it. What didcher fink?" —Chicago Journal. His Mission. Old Mortality was freshening up the illegible inscriptions on tbe ancient tombstones. "I merely wish to show," he ex plained to th "that there is nothin« % essentially new In modern fiction," bystanders. rurious KIDNEY TROUBLE DUE TO CATARRH. •4'i ■ >- ' ,'Æjàk. ù m . H.) HERTZ. v r A P m. M. m The Curative Power of PE RU-HA in Kidney Disease the Talk of the Continent. Nicholas .1. Hertz. Member of Ancient Order of Workmen. Capitol Irfidge, No. 140. Pearl Street Hotel, Albany, N. Y.. writes: "A few months ago I contracted a heavy cold which settled in iny kidneys, ami each time I was exposed to inclem ent weather the trouble was aggravated until finally I was unable to work. "After trying many of the adver tised remedies for kidney trouble, I finally took Peruna. In a week the intense pains in my back were much relieved and in four weeks I was able to take up my work again. "I still continued to use Peruna for another month and at the end of that time I was perfectly well. "I now take a dose or two when I have been exposed and find that it is 6plendid to keep me well." Hundreds of Cures. Dr. nartman is constantly in receipt of testimonials from people who have been cured of chronic and complicated kidney disease by Peruna. For free medical advice, address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. I - z^y/A/j J UNSEEN IN A SAW There are unseen things about this Saw. You not the flue texture of the Steel ; takes a sharp, cutting edjfe and holds it longer than any other Saw. You cannot see the toughness of Abre; tends without a break or a kink. SILVER STEEL, the finest crucible steel in the Atkins formula, tempered and hardened by the Atkins secret process, and used only in Atkins Saws You cannot see the perfectly graduated taper blade ; runs easily, without buckling. But you can see the Atkins trade-mark and I» is your protection when you buy a Saw. We are saw-makers and our trade mark means that it is our own make and that we are justly proud of it. and sizes of Saws for all purposes. Atkins Saws, Com Knives, Perfection Floor Scrapers, etc., are sold by all good hardware dealers. Catalogue on request. the world, is made . r i he a N»w We make all typea E. C. ATttINS <$X CO., lno. Largest baw Manufacturers in tbe World. ( and Executive Offices, Indiauapoln, Indisns. i. -, j _ New York ' <*•«•*». MH,neapolls, lortlsnd (OriKom, Beattl,.. Ssn VVsnctiioo, Memphis, Atlanta, und Toronto, (Canada). Accept no Substitute Insist on the Atkin. Bisnd BRANCHES GOOD DEALERS EMjYWff mT ~7 I Must Have It Refuse Substitutes and Imitations You will knew them, despite their fan ciful names—they are usually mixed with bofc water and do not have the oe mealing property of Mix withcoldwater,anyonecan brush Iton; A Rock Gement in white and tints. Kills vermin and disease germs; does not rub or s:ale. No washing of walls after once applied. Other wall finishes must be washed off every year—expeuaive, filthy work. They rub and scale, and the glue or other animitl matter in them rots and Deeds disease germs. Buy Aluhastine only in live pound packages, properly labeled. Tint card, pretty wall and ceiling design, "Hints on Decoratjpg" and our artists' services in making color plans, free. ALABASTINE CO., Qraod Rapids, Mich., or 105 Water SL, N. f. HAVE YOU COWS? If you have cream to separate a good Cream Separator is the most profitable in vestment you can possibly make. Delay means daily waste ol time, labor and product DE LAVAL CREAM I SEPARATOR« save . 110.- per cow per year ^ every year of use over all gravity setting système and $5.- per cow over ail imitating separators. They received the Grand Prize or Highest Award at St. Louis. Buying trashy cash-in-advance sepa rators is penny wise, dollar foolish. Such machines quickly lose their instead of saving ii. U & cost I DP T have u- t the rpad y DL LAVA.u machines may he bought on Ruch liberal terms that thev actually P a y for themselves. Send today for name of nearest local agent. u catalogue and n< The De Laval Separator Co. •«Adolph « Canal St«. . 74 Cortl.ndt Sireat CHICAGO I New YORK I W- N. U., Salt Lake—No. AI, 1905. jjSSSC s In time, bold br druirglkU. es sEBBEESaECEföl