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In Zanesville, Ohio, they tell of a young widow who, in consulting a tombstone maker with reference to a monument for the deceased, said: ''Now, Mr. Jones, all I want to say is, 'To My Husband,' in an appropriate place." "Very well, ma'am," said the stone cutter. When the tombstone was put up the widow discovered to her amazement that upon it were inscribed these words: "To My Husband. In an Appropri ate place."—Harpers. He Was Easily Pleased. A young Lathuanian called at the marriage license office in Chicago with his bride recently, but a license was refused on account of the bride's ten der years, she being only 15. The !ov er was crestfallen for a few moments, then his face cleared up and he left with the remark that he would return shortly. The clerk supposed that he would show up with the bride's parents. In an hour he again presented himself at the counter—with another girl.—Met ropolitan Magazine. The Third Degree. Census Man—"Now your age, mad am. How old are you?" Mrs. Giddy—"It's none of your busi ness, and I'll never tell you in this world." Census Man—"All right, madam; I'll put you down at 43." Mrs. Giddy—"Why, you horrid thing! I'm only 38!" Prima Facie. j The Barber. "Shall I go over your face twice?" The Patron. "Yes, if there's any left."—Brooklyn Life. She was Sorry. "I am so sorry," she said, when they had wandered far from the mad dening throng and he had endeavored [several time to kiss her, "that we [never came out here before." I "Are you?" he asked with a glad pote of eagerness in his tone. I "Yes. Because if we had I'd be pomewhere else now." The Only One. "So," said the good man, "you in e «id to be a doctor when you grow p?" "Yep," Tommy replied. "And why have you decided upon the tedical profession?" "Well, a doctor seems to be the only tan that keeps right on gettin' paid diether his work is satisfactory or ot." A Good Reason. Miss Gabby—"Laura says she came near refusing Freddy last try ring." Miss Gushby—"Did she say why?" Miss Catty—"I guess it was bo use he didn't ask her." Something New in Vacations, j How did you spend your vacation?" ["Had my teeth fixed," replied Mr. F>us Barker. "It didn't hurt any P r se than mosquito bites and sun r n and seemed more ike the mon I s worth."—Washington Star. Perfectly Natural. fHe knows all the best people in Vn." Mh y doesn't he associate with I®, then?" (They Mer. him."—Cleveland know His Reason. |We should always help people to F on the bright and hopeful side |th;ngs." "My sentiments exactly," |l*eii . Farmer Gorntossai. "That's F I always put the big berries at I to& of "the box."—Washington Sorrow.on the Seven Hills. )me yas distinctly huffed. 'he roads are leading to Oyster stead of me," it cried. ' waited for an insurgent to I doctors advised operation decided to try gbeat kidney remedy yoVTwamn 1 rJ TV? % few WOTd " ">»» that Ï had 4 y " d i my Urine and «•'■ported n order to ST''' and v further said that •ä" o'rrcïî. "f » , me of I I> K i i n0 i* re c COTer ' Soraeone told it* was s « , m n * Swam P- R "t «d said J. Tf reliable medicine for kidnev to Mr Rose th Cid d d t0 - try !t anii A«» l ,' e dru ggist, at 303 Central fool" 5 m ° eapo ' 1 ". and bought a bottle, UkL ; nlt i C ? d rcaulta and «-ontinued taking it until I was entirely cured heen free anv kidney 9IX yeara ' 1 comider that 1 am absolutely cured and know Swamp-Root has the credit. X never fail to tell ill, * n that Tone r , , my W«dl »bout ft! kind v' aa J. ,i f h l Ye U »• the best of ! ta kmd ', r A Ô Ointment is also tery good. We are never without a jar m our house. J Yours very truly.' MRS. MARGARET E. ANDERSON, state of Minnesota ) M,nneap<jh >' Mnn County of Henneph, f Personally appeared before me this •' 3 rd day of Sept., 1909, Mrs JLrglret E Anderson of the City of Minneapolis of the State of Minnesota, who subscribed the above, and on oath says that the same is true m substance and in fact. j M ' M ' NoUrtTWic ! Commission expires March 26, 1914 ' : . —-- j _ _ I S d r ®' van «P" Roo t Will Do For You j ton VY 7„ r : Bia « han: |; You* wri? *i*' * 'V'l 1 a booklet of valuahle°inforination, !Xg all about the kidneys and bladder. When j -'riting, be sure and mention this paper, For sale at all drug stores. Price fifty- I cents and one-dollar. j L Ha I>r. KII Bta.h.i. * On. convince anyone. The Key to Germany. Capt. Charles King, the author I praised, at the Milwaukee club, the | S German element in Milwaukee's pop ulation. j 'Have you ever been tc t u What cities have you visited? Ber j lin and Hamburg?' asked the kaiser, j " No ' slr - said the soldier. 'MiS- j "I know a soldier," said Captain ! t King, "who met the kaiser last in Berlin. year " You have a thorough knowledge °* our best thought and customs,' said the kaiser. Germany before?' " 'O, yes, sir,' said the soldier. waukee.' " j I S His Defense. It was shortly after midnight, and the colonel had caught Rastus red handed. "Well, Rastus, you old rascal, you," said he, "I've caught you at last. What are you doing in my henhouse?" "Why, Marse BUI," said the old man, "I—I done heerd such a cacklin' in dis yare coop, dat I—I thought mebbe de ole hen done gone lay an aig, an' 1—1 wanted ter git it fo' you' breakfas' while it was fresh, suh."— Harper's I Weekly. In at TRY MURINE EYE KtiMEDY for Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes and Granulated Eyelids. Murine Doesn't j Smart—Soothes Eye Pain. Druggists j Sell Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid. 25c, j 50c, $1.00. Murine Eye Salve Aseptic Tubes, 25c, $1.00. Eye Books I and Eye Advice Free by Mail. Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago. in I j ! j ! I j CueenA hv I vdifl F Pifllr« I vureu Dj Ljum C. »IHK I ham'sVeeetable Compound i ® I Natural Query. Mrs. Thynn—Don't you think I look plump in this gown? Thynn—Yes. Did you have it made at an upholsterer's? Anaemia is often temporarily mis taken for virtue. The more the tongue flows the less the head knows. AFTER SUFFERING ONE YEAR Milwaukee, Wis. — "Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound has made me a well woman, and I would like to I tell the whole world j of it. I Suffered | Mdfearfufpainsia j my back. I had the ! best doctors and | they all decided ! that I had a tumor I in addition to my female trouble, am! | advised an operr - \/ tîort Lvdia E. i Finkham's Vegetable Compound made- j me a well woman and I have no more I backache. I hope I can lw.pothers by j Sfaw| E Compom"d has done for ! * _Xf„ g p -wwa fvr sTz, S.33 First St. j Milwaukee, Wis. ' The above ia only one of the thou- J sands of grateful letters which are constantly being received by the Mmsi^whteh^rove beyondahoubtthat j Lydia' E. Pinkh 3 m's Vegetable Com- j pound, made from roots and herbs, | actually does cure these obstinate dis eases of women after all otner means j erine womanrnves H to herself to at least give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- | b)e Compound a trial. bef°w} submit h Ug f recovery 11 Mrs Pinkham, Of Lynn, Mass., invite's »11 sick -women to write her for advice. She has guided thousands to health and. her po advice Ls free. ern ;;ij •j!:' : .f «#■ ne. 1 il 1 ItTCn Ltre.hnstllnsr asents to sell anattrae t/VAN LU Uve lot and land proposition. I*" 11 1 Lu tuonej. s.s.tlu.s.'-.l.. II s TAKE a DOSE 06 r 5T MEDICINE & ^ & COLDS -y HEWS OF A WEEK IN , RECORD OF THE IMPORTANT EVENTS TOLD IN BRIEFEST MANNER POS8IBLE, n Happening« That Are Making History —Information Gathered from All Quarters of the Globe Given in a Few Lines. and INTER-MOUNTAIN. John F. Sullivan, tne young United States forester, who disappeared six weeks ago and Was believed to have perished in the wooas near Gray's harbor. Wash., by suicide or from posure, has been heard from in east, where he had gone after tiring of his work. ex tne F - W. Paget, manager of the Albany ^1. Denver, was elected president ! , 5° Ck,r M ° Untain Soclatlon at the closing session of the ' r COnVention in Denver. Miss Esther Ramsey, 29 years old, was fa tally burned when she attempt ed to start a fire with kerosene at her j home in Denver. ! a- Coun terfeit $10 notes on the First : . National bank °f Portland, Ore., j bem S passed freely in New York City. secret service men are convinced that 1 I the notes are being floated by the j same gang which is passing counter feits 011 the -National Bank of Los An-1 1 geles, Cal., and the First National ^ ° f Williamsport, Pa. | j r,lrown Into the river by a crazy < man and kicked back into the watei ■ I when he was scrambling out, Joseph I j Sleater, aged 6 would have drowned , at Salt Lake City, had not an aged Hotel Men's I cn + • -i | S ter S as3ailant ls ln l ail - DOMESTIC, j William E. Davidson, a train dis com pany, committed suicide by asphyxia tion at his home in Oakland. His sui cid e is supposed to have been due to the breaking down of his t em under the strain of his work. As becomes tue Indian nature, Wil bur Benjamin, the murderer of little j Violet Gilmer, met death on the gal j lows at. Folsom prison, California, on j Friday, as stoically as he faced his ac cusers at his trial. man come to his assistance. Young nervous svs of ! t )at< 'her for the Southern Pacific cusers at his trial. j Otto Sahli, chancellor of the Swiss legation, died at his residence in Chi cago on Friday of diabetes. He was 57 years old. John Leyely and wife of Caldwell, Kan., were killed and Otto Skidmore, his wife and two children, also of Caldwell, were seriously injured when the carriage in which they were rid ing was struck by a switch engine. Rioting occurred in New York City as a result of the strike of express company employees, strike-breakers being assaulted and several men I knocked unconscious, although there S were no fatalities. been a I j P an y. operating in approximately j twenty-five cities and towns in north j era and central Illinois, I The Independent Telephone com has I placed in the hands of a receiver. Biarious Nachouter, aged 25, killed j his wife, aged 21, and baby, aged 2 years, at St. Clalresville, Ö., and then shot himself. Since June 1 twenty-five cases of in fantile paralysis have been reported to the state board of health of Rhode Island. Of this number twenty-three have resulted in death. Whisky and morphine are blamed for his troubles by Henry B. Smith, formerly archdeacon for the southern half of the Episcopal diocese of Okla homa, and once rector of the St. Phil ips church of Ardmore, Okla., arrested ! at Kansas City on a forgery charge. E. F. Shelly, a banker of Ashland county. Ohio, has been convicted of embezzling $15,000 from the estate of Paul Oliver. This conviction is the j first definite step in the prosecution of a so-called "lawyers' trust," through which a number of people ! have been swindled. Bertha Anderson, aged li, I lie Anderson, aged 12, were married j at Kennesaw, Ga.. on Sunday to Andy Champ, 21, and John Champ, aged 22. I The father of the glrls has instit,lt ed I habeaus corpus proceedings in an el i ton to separate the two couples. ■ I Crazed with jealousy at the sight of his divorced wife driving with another | UI I Mo., shot and fatally wounded the j woman and then killed himself, | \ marriage license has been ls j * ued at Philadelphia to Connie Mack, ! Manager of the worlds | »nd Miss Katherine Hal oban, a West ! Philadelphia girt, I | i rears old, whose body was found in j he cellar of a lonely house. I John j g my the, charged wtlh hav j ng ghot and kiHed his wife and ! laughter, at Norfolk. Va„ September j f, has been found guilty of murder. ' The bodies of seven men, all vie J ims 0 f t h e recent hurricane, were A . aS hed up by the waves at Punta Gor p| a j News of the death of Hugo Rich j mis Garden, organizer and captain of at | t, e famous confederate palmetto bat erVi comes from Southport. N. C. p eat ij was caused by apoplexy. Mr. garden was 70 years of age and was wrn at Columbus, S. C. 1 special grand jury empaneled 11 Los Angeles to investigate the Los Angeles Times disaster has decided :hat dynamite was the cause or the explosion, while the committee ap po i n t e d by the State Federation of Labor has reported that the explosion vas caused by gas. The Copper River & Northernwest ern railway will be completed from Cordova to Kenicott, Alaska, a dis tance of 195 miles, this year, if un tsual weather conditions do not in erfere with the plans of the construe ors. Mount City, I man, Wtuiam Matey of champions. Edward Jardine has been arrested at Goderich. Ont., charged with the murder of Elizabeth Anderson, 16 out and er Old The t -T ^ -V" The National Cattle Breeders' asso ciation was formed In Chicago on Fri day. All breeders of dairy cattle eligible to membership. The charter membership represented nearly every dairying section in the United States and Canada. Bert M. Taylor of Minden, Neb., was hanged at Lincoln on Friday. The crime for which he was executed the murder of his sister-in-law. Pearl Taylor, 19 years of age, a sister of his dead wHe, in the town of Minden. Many shots were exchanged be tween the police and the striking driv ers of the United States Express com pany and their sympathisers at Jersey City, on Tuesday, but no one was in jured. Forty proprietors of soft drinks stands at Knoxville, Tenn., have given up their government liquor li censes following the decision of the state supreme court that the holding of a federal liquor license was prima facie evidence of illegal sale of liquor. WASHINGTON. Figures compiled at the postoftice department show that the exact re duction of the postal deficit for the fis cal year ended June 30, last, was $11, 500,000. The deficit of the previous fiscal year was $17,600,000. ir waa 1 dations already formed and those iu process of formation, officials of the treasury department beiieve the fin ancial centers of the country amply protected against financial | stringency. < Many unmarried women, who have ■ lost government positions through the I introduction of , making Heart disease ranked second only to tuberculosis of the lungs as the principal cause of death in 1909 among the gainfully employed male persons in the United States' death registra tion area which comprises over hall of the estimated population of the country. With the national currency asso are recent economies in applications for reinstate ment, have suggested that they be given places now held by married women whose husbands are able tc äupport them. FOREIGN. Austria has her high cost of living problem in common with the rest ol the world, and the government has gone to work to find out if a solution cannot be found. The fourth session of the Russian duma opened on Friday. As had been expected, there was trouble at once over a proopsai to honor the memory of Prof. Serhe Mouromtzeff, who died recently. Rumors of impending uprisings in Pinar Del Rio and Rumors of impending uprisings in Pinar Del Rio and Guantanamo, Cuba, are current, and troops are being sent to both points. The Lisbon press generally favors the inauguration of a system of gov ernment with a president and cabinet similar to that in the United States in preference to the system of parlia mentary, government generally in vogue on the continent of Europe. The belief is growing that the gov ernment will present a measure pro viding for a remodeling of the British empire at the coming session of par liament. It is agreed that something must be done to meet the demand for the abolition of the house of lords. The final and organic absorption of Finland into the Russian etnpire is now regarded as a matter of only a short time. The Russian girl terrorist, Tattiana Leontieff, who in March, 1907, was sentenced to Thun to four years' im prisonment, less six months, and twenty years' banishment from the canton of Berne, has just finished her sentence. The vulnerable ports along the Irish coast are to be provided with modern guns by the English govern ment. , Eight thousand freight and express wagon drivers went on strike at uis bon, on Tuesday. Soldiers and fire men are being utilized in the transpor tation of the necessitites of life. A number of persons are dead and twenty-eight are seriously ill as a re sult of ptomaine poisoning following a barbecue participated in by mem bers of the German colony of Toluca, in Mexico. nese emperor, was received in audi | cnee on Monday, by the emperor ot He bad luncheon at the pal ace and later received a high decora tion from his majesty. A tornado, a tidal wave and violent eruptions from Mt. Vesuvius have caused terrible havoc along the coast of the bay of Nap es and the gulf of Salermo, and the islands of Ischia and Procidia. Two hundred and fifty per sons are said to have been killed. The monetary loss is great. Prince Tsai Hsun, uncle of the Chi Plans for the immediate establish ment or a Mormon colony in Mexico have been communicated to Washing ton by Consul Luther Ellsworth ol Ciudad Porfirio Diaz. Fire destroyed twenty-seven build ings at Mayeri, a town of Oriente province, a short distance from San [ tiago, Cuba. The loss is estimated at $2o0,000. King Victor Emmanuel on Wednes day visited the Island o? Ischia, where he viewed the destruction wrought by ae recent hurricane and cheered the 1 offering people. I Japan. The Norwegian steamer Bluefield';, which has been reported missing, is ashore in the vicinity of Cape san An tonio. The Bluefislds ran into the West Indian hurricane on a voyage from Ceiba, Spanish-Honduras, and was driven on a reef October 19. the skippet Captain John Carter, vho commanded King Edward's yacht Britannia, died on Wednesday. The Venezuelan government an nounced on Wednesday that there were lour new cases of the plague in Caracas, but that elsewhere through out the republic the situation was sat isfactory. The theaters are closed and public gatherings forbidden. The captain and four men from the American schooner Florence Leland were picked up by the British steam- er Commodore, from New Orleans, Oc tober 9, for Liverpool, which passed Old Head off Kinsa e on Wednesday. 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When you are tired out and your nerves are on edge, try going off by yourself and losing yourself in some good story You will, in nine cases ! out of ten, come back rested and in- J vigo rated. One woman who has passed serene ly through many years of hard work and worry chat go with the managing of a house and bringing up of a large family of children, said that she con sidered it the duty of housekeeper to read a certain amount of "trash," light fiction, for the rest and change to the mind that it would give. Try it, you who lead a strenuous life, and who sometimes grow exceed ingly weary of the same. H ■ br « , «V; JT I V 50 cents a every busy ingly weary of the same. Getting a Reputation. There is a desk in the senate tieularly convenient as a place from which to make speeches. It is next to the aisle and almost in the center of the chamber, and affords an opportu nity for the speaker to make every body hear. At least a dozen senators, accord ing to the Washington correspondent of the St. Louis Star, have borrowed this desk when they had special utter- ( ances to deliver to the senate. This j led, not long ago, to a mild protest | from its legitimate occupant. "I am perfectly willing to give up my desk," said he, "but I am afraid people will think that the same man is talking all the time. I don't want to get the reputation of, constantly filling the senate with Youth's Companion. par words."— Lovemaking and Practice. The only way to become an expert at lovemaking ls to practice. This was the information handed out to a handful of hearers by the Hindu phil osopher, Sakharam Ganesh Pandit, in a lecture on "The Science of Love." "Love ls a divine discontent," said ! the philosopher, "and if you want to arouse love In others it can be done only by giving them love. How to develop the emotion of love ln another is the great question of today—the art of making love. It needs a great deal of study and a great deal of prac tice." 8tat* of Ohio City of Touedo, Lucas County. Frank J. Chenkt makes oath that he Is senior partner of the Arm of F. J. Chkney A Co., doimr business in the City of Toledo. County and Stato ! aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ! ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cur*. ss. _ . . FRANK j. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D.. 1886 . A. W. GLEASON. Notary Public. ! Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and arts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tne i System. Send for testimonials, free. SEAL „ ,. . „ „ F. J. CHENEY * CO.. Toledo, a Sold by all DrutrKlsts. 75c. Take Halt's Family Pitts lor constipation. His Point of View. dear," queried the young wife, glancing up from the physical culture magazine she was perusing, "what is your idea of a perfect fig ure?" 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Monoo ■ ■■ cf held and high Commission Take the treat chance and wriieforprospectusnowtoCHARLES v aniNKics sons, 153 (r. s.) Fifth A Tenue, York ' "African Ciame Trail«» PATENT Invention. Free boo Consult us. M Liberi I T* B. HTKVI 14Ui Si., Wajiltintfion; )iüU .. * CO., Kmah. law arbom St., Chicago. AGENTS ■ o 5 AT" faBVO' MACHINE TWIST. .!* Nothin«like it. Parti,-ulara free. Sam. Miakor Tii read Co., Pawtucket, STE pie £e insomnia "I have been using Cascarets for In somnia, with which I have been afflicted I for twenty years, and I can say that Cas. certainly recommend them to my frienda sa being all that they are represented." Thos. Gillard, Elgin, IU. Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. Taste Good. Do Good. Xeyer bicken.'Weaken or Gripe. 10- f.ZSc 50c. Never sold In bulk. The gen ui jts tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to core or your money bm.'h ! I tfllTFlIT TATENT *— ACC A VC RELIABLE t PROMPT A«oAi o ; <• 't snd Stlser rerln«d and huugbt. Writs for Cg» m at tin« sacks. OGDEN ASSAY CI» rtS88 Court Place. Ddu.er, Culkrado. " roar Ideas. ZM-papo IkwX and adrico b KBB, KKabllsbod I«*). Hus.™ta*f..».x| u SuseM.II.L W- N- Un Sait Lake City, No. 45-1910.