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Hass.—" I was mil run down and
swful pain in my right side, was
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ted and had verj
dizzy spells. I suf
fered forthr
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miserable until a
' friend was telling
me to try Lydia E.
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table Compound and
. fln|| I found it a wonder
"zPFWæ fui medicine. I can
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LaJHH much work and I
end the Vegetable Compound to
You can use these
_ testimonial."—Mrs. M.
[ti. Bessey, 186 Appleton Street,
ÎÎT Mass.
by women will continue to suffer so
ts more than we can understand,
I they can find health in Lydia E.
ham's Vegetable Compound ! ,
r forty years it has been the stand
emedy for female ills, and has re
dthe health of thousands of women
have been troubled with such ail
s as displacements, inflammation,
ation, irregularities, etc.
you want special advice write to
a E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi
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tf* is a burden when the body
racked with pain. Everything
ornes and the victim becomes
«pondent and downhearted. To
fiog back the sunshine take
COLD MEDAL
• national remedy of Holland for
I years; it is an enemy of all pains rs
ang from kidney, liver and uric add
"fries. AU druggists, three sizes.
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*or 12*14 rug, $3.00.
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By R. A. CANINE.
"I have lived in this part of Utah all
toy life. For years I have run my
stock in these hills and valleys, have
cut firewood and fence posts on the
hillsides.
l'et, I never had any idea
that there was such a country just
over the hill yonder until this spring,''
said a native in speaking of Bryce can
yon, in southern Utah.
"One day I happened to just stum
ble on this canyon. Fact is, I came
near stumbling over into the canyon.
And say. I was simply flabergasted.
Beautiful. Say, there ain't anythipg I
have ever seen or heard about that can
light a candle to this. Every week,
and sometimes offener, I have been
up here, just gazin' and gazin'. Purty
soon the Missus will be givin' me hail
Columbia for neglecting my work.
J "Glad you came, aint you, mister?
I Thought you would be. Rather pays
for the drive from Salt Lake, even if
it was a long drive, eh? Well, one
thing, they tell me the roads are good
all the way. That helps some. Ought
to go home now, but, by cracky, 1
have simply got to take another peek
before I go. Look at that court house
over there. Ain't she natural?
that cathedral. Gosh, looks like the
real goods, don t » .
Theres many a resident of I ta , •
he or she should speak right out in ;
as the native quoted above, as regards,
of the most wonderful sections of,
heard of the wonders of
Bryce canyon. Have heard, but ;
thought the stories they heard were ex-;
aggerations. They haven't taken the
time to investigate. And thus they
have gone on in ignorance of a spot n j
n ,
And
one
the United States.
Many have
their own state which if located
some other states we might mention, j
would be visited annually by countless j
thousands. |
But one could not exaggerate in at- j
describe the wondrous
tempting to
beauty aud attractiveness of this little
known spot which some day will claim
the homage of the beauty lover from
section of the country.
every
The past summer has seen thousands
of auto tourists, from every state In
the union, wending their way to Bryce
awe-inspired and
to describe
returning
canyon,
without adequate words
the picturesque beauty of the canyon.
Strictly, speaking, Brvee canyon
It is an amphi
is
not a canyon at all
theatre, which cannot be seen by the
approaching visitor until he is within
a few feet of the "jumping off place.
Then, as he stops his machine on the
very brink, he Is immediately
struck with the panorama
unfolds before the eye.
Erosions that have been going
s!nce time began, probably,
etched out the earth and stone in al
; conceivable shape—castles,
fort
awe
that
on i
have
most every
mansions, cathedrals,
resses, giant organs, figures of human
and animal shapes—all lying fur below
the visitor and hundreds of feet below
the roadway. Miles and miles of these
beautiful, varicolored objects, inter
spersed with pine trees, with a little
flowing out
minarets.
silver-threaded stream
ward to the valleys below.
The coloring instantly
Every color of the
the words
challenges
the attention.
rainbow, then some, to use
of one who stood silently, for at least
half an hour, entranced with the un
expected scene. Native brown, ochre,
pink and gray: bronze, yellow, white
aud salmon ; orange, rose and red. Hut
why enumerate? A cloud passes h>
and the colors shift and change, al
startlingly beautiful, seemingly
veritable kaleido
ways
never the same, a
scope. ,,
But a description of Bryce would
tax the pen of the most gifted writer.
While the brush of the artist would do
but faint justice to this wondrous view i
which for countless ages has been si- j
lently awaiting the coming of man-1
kind in that direction that the lovers j
of nature's wonders might feast their |
eyes upon its incomparable beauty.
The geologist will no doubt tell the I
inquisitive one just how it came to
pass that such an unique sunken gar- i
den of geological grandeur come to bel
located in southern Utah. *He would |
tell you in terms that you might not j
understand, but of course, you would
smile and thank him, and cling to your !
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The opinion of a certain old-timer, j
who is one of the most consistent ad-j
mirers of nature's works imaginable, \
is that the Creator, after he had ere- !
ared the majestic mountains of the j
sunny southland of Utah, decided that I
thev needed just one more touch of i
make them perfect, hence he
bad I
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own private opinion.
beauty to
added Bryce canyon,
thought at all.
So, to understand just what Bryce
canvon really is. and to appreciate its:
beautv, the reader must make a visit j
to this favored section. Even the P ho- j
tograph does but faint justice to Bryce.
because it cannot show the wonderful j
i of I
colors, and gives but a ramt iaea oi
. ho ob- 1
?. " vj is nset , a( jvLsèdlv, as I
• different noints different scenes
; from different points difterenr scene.
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other.
The average vis,tor, if he Is at all
timid as to c l.u mg preepi '
takes h.s impressions of the canyon ;
; from the brink, looking downward. But
„.any of the more adven.ureus «
ambitious pedestrians go down, by w a>
of the narrow winding paths, to the
j valley floor below, and thus J" 1 " * |
, more Intimate Mew o e
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.
Not a
j objects chiseled out by time and the
j action of the winds and weather,
| The Forest Service has built some
j qooo feet of these foot-trails through
the more scenic portions of the canyon,
of the trails leading to sparkling
some
springs of pure water, which is to be
piped to the camping grounds before
the close of the present season.
There are paths which one may ne- 1
gotiate on horseback, should he bej
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the silent sentinel
fortunate enough to secure a horse. A
trip to the bottom of the canyon in
this manner is a joy to those who can
accustom themselves to the motion of
the uoble steed, picking his way down
the pathway, aud up again.
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At tlie [>oint where probably the
most wondrous view is obtainable—
though this is » debatable question—
a hotel has beeu established the past
season, where the visitor may be sup
[died with all the comforts of home,
Many improvements are planned for
rhe coming summer, when it is expect
ed there wih be a small city of
houses and tents which may be rent
beauty,
heavenward to an immense height fur
nish shade and add beauty to the
scene. Beneath these trees the visitor
who has been fortunate enough to
bring along his camp kit may erect
his temporary home, cook his own
meals and between times enjoy the
wondrous view at his leisure,
effort is now being made to place
Bryce canyon under the supervision of
the Bureau of National Parks for prep
" r protection and exploitation. When
this bas been accomplished, no doubt
there are thousands of Americans who
will iearn of the existence of this sec
tion of Utah, who have long imagined,
if they gave it a thought, that this
particular portion of the country was
ed by the pilgrims to this shrine of
Pine trees which rear their tops
^tply a strip of desert covered by
cactus or sagebrush, and inhabited by
the tarantula and rattlesnake. What a
Peasant awakening they will have.
...
there will be a constant stream of vis
. ,
'tors to Bryce canyon, for those who
have made the pilgrimage in the past
few months will undoubtedly arouse
friends bv the
is Dot a canyon.
^ ftI# curjosity wi „ lead many
to journey to the beautiful southland
; ^ ^ ^ fop themselves just
^ ^ ^ tryiQi , to de .
Hbe And thev will not be disap
They wiU probably say : "No
he ^ ^
| stand. Wonderful. Pshaw, there are
no j words enough of a laudatory na- j
ture in the dictionary to convey a real !
comprehensive description."
In fact, they will wonder why they j
had not before been advised of the ex- j
istence of this wonder spot, which if j
it had been advertised in the past, !
would have been long listed as the i
... . . i
eighth wonder of the world.
j Days might be spent in this section .
1 with profit, and they would be happy J
days for the one caring for the beauti
ful. the unusual, the eye-pleasing and
soul satisfying scenic section of a state |
blessed with scenic wonders. !
A ride of twenty-four miles from j
Panguitch. the county seat of Garfield j
county, brings one to the canyon. The 1
roads from Panguitch to Bryce are all j
that could be desired, winding through !
Reil canyon, which in itself is one of !
the most beautiful canyons imaginable. I
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Indications are that next season
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Speaking of reads: One may start j
from Salt Lake City in an auto, imag- j
ining that he is going to have some [
hartl sletiding before he gets to Pan
guitch, hut when he has reached the j
end of the journey, if he is truthful, he |
wiii say that he never passed over bet- j
ter country roads, no matter where he j
has traveled.
says one enthusiast : and while he is j
somewhat enthusiastic in his praise, he [
is not far wrong.
The city of Panguitch. the gateway
to Utah's least known but most beau
tiful scenic attraction, boasts a popu- '
latiou of 1,700, being one of the most
progressive communities in the state.
The city has two newspapers, a state
bank, public library, excellent schools,
and every class of business is repre
sented by pregressive business men. j
The visitor can rest assured that his j
every want will be attended in a man- j
ner that will be satisfactory to him.
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Regular boulevards.
There are many other points of in
i terest in the Banguitch sectlou. that
may be reached in a comparatively
short space of time, and over excellent
roads, notably Mammoth Caves. Ban
gui tch Lake, the Blue Springs and
Twin Lakes.
USE "DIAMOND DYES'*
Dye right ! Don't risk
your materiel In a poor dye. j
Each package of "Diamond ;
Dyes" contains directions j
so simple that any woman I
can diamond-dye a new, I
rich, fadeless color into old j
garments, draperies, cover- ;
ings, everything, whether ;
wool, silk, linen, cotton or j
mixed goods.
Bay "Diamond Dyes" — i
Jl no other kind—then perfect I
jT results are guaranteed. I
Druggist has "Diamond j
Dyes Color Card"— lß rich colors. Adv.
New High Explosives.
South Africa is now manufacturing [
a new material to take the place of ni- !
trogiycertn explosives. It has been i
tested in mines and is regarded as both,
strong and safe. It is called sengite. !
the first syllable being derived from j
the letters of the words, "Substitute j
explosive, no glycerin."
WHY DRUGS 1 STS RECOMMEND
SWAMP-ROOT
For many years druggists have watched
with much interest the remarkable record
maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
the great kidney, liver and bladder medi- ;
cine.
It is a physician's prescription.
Swamp-Root is a strengthening medi
cine. It helps the kidneys, liver and blad- :
der do the work nature intended they 1
should do.
Swamp-Root has stood the test of years.
It is sold by all druggists on its merit I
and it should help you. No other kidney j
medicine has so many friends.
Be s^re to get Swamp-Root and start
treatment at once.
However, if you wish first to test this j
great preparation send ten cents to Dr. |
Kilmer A Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a ,
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper.—Adv.
is_an acute attack of Xasal Catarrh,
Those subject to frequent "colds in the
head" will find that the use of HALL'S 1
CATARRH MEDICINE will build up the
System, cleanse the Blood and render j
them less liable to ■ colds. Repeated at- j
tacks of Acute Catarrh may lead to
Chronic Catarrh.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is i
taken internally and acts through the ;
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys- ;
tern, thus reducing the inflammation and S
restoring normal conditions.
All Druggists. Circulars free.
Ft J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.
Hopeful Sign.
"Mamma." said Daisy, "I think Mr.
Meadows loves me. and is beginning
to have serious intentions."
"How's that?'
mother, all attention.
"He laughed heartily at one of pa
pa's jokes last night.".
asked her fond
Cold in the Head
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Auv house carried away by a cy
clone,*'—Houston Post.
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No Doubt of It. *
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signature of /
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
THAT SMAUJROTHER AGAIN
j shopping.
! upstairs to don her best bitwise and
some powder on her nose, the young
j brother was left on guard,
j expected \isitor arrived, and
j was mil.ered into the parlor by Wh
! «*>» ™"ard. who promptly began to
i quêtons, as suu.ll boys aUva^ do.
i "Mr. Slow combe, hr said "what s a
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J T maIl , t h i(! king bard. "Why
__ ft , g a nlr<? bird -
.- Alv vou a bird. Mr. Slowcouibe?"
| persisted the inquisitor,
! -of course not ! lia. Ha !" squirmed
j his victim.
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j goue, ma' said you were a jay. and :
! father said there vsas no doubt »Nuit
! that, but there didn't seeui touch po[t- [
I pin the question about you.
say you're not a bird at »II !"
Insanity must be a sensation like
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
I CASTORIA. that famous old remedy
j 'or infants and children, and see that it
Bears the
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i This Time It Really Seems That He
Has Cooked Sister Evelina's
Goose for Good.
Some thiugs do fall out awkwardly,
don't they?
One evening the fair Evelina was ex
pecting her latest admirer to call and
her mother hadn't come back from
So, while Evelina slipped
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'Well, that's funny !" mused Wil- j
"Last night, after you'd i
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Comes already sweetened
Its own sugar is developed in tLe
baking. It solves your sugar prob
lem among ready-to-eat cereals.
Grape-Nuts
Order a package from WÊÊZW
the grocer.
Its flavor appeals and
there is no waste*
Made by
Postum Cereal CoJnc Battle CredeMich.
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Why That Lame Back?
Morning lameness, sharp twinge*
when bending and an all day back
ache; each is cause enough to suspect
kidney complaint. Ii you feel tired all
the time and are annoyed by dizzy
spells, headaches and irregular kidney
action, you have additional proof and
should act quickly to prevent more se
riell* kidney trouble. Vie Doan'»
Kidney Pill », the remedy that is rec
ommended everywhere by grateful
users. Ask your neighbor!
An Idaho Case
Chas. Allen, concrete
contractor, 1802 Blaine
Ave., Caldwell. Idaho,
says: "l had quite a
bit of trouble with
my kidneys. The kid
ney secretions passed
too freely and were
highly colored. My
back got lame and
ached dreadfully. I
was in bed several
weeks and couldn't
turn over without
help. It only took a
few boxes of Doan's
Kidney Pills to cure 'Spnamr
me."
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Dean's at Any Stora, 00c a Bo*
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PILLS
FOSTER-M1LBURN CO.* BUFFALO, N* ts
DOAN'S
Clear Baby's Skin
With Cuticura
Soap and Talcum
Soap 25c, Oiatseat 25 uJ 50c, Taicaai 25c.
Bad Stomach
Sends Her to Bed
for 10 Months
Estonia Gets Her Up /
"Over a year ago," says Mrs. Dor»
Williams, "I took to bed and for lO
months did not tnink I would live.
Eatonic helped me so much l am now
up and able to work. I recommend it
highly for stomach trouble."
Èatonic helps people to get wen by
taking up and carrying out the excess
acidity and gases that put the stomach
out of order. If you have indigestion,
sourness, heartburn, belching, food re
peating. or other stomach distress, take
an Eatonic after each meal. Big box
costs only a trifle with your druggist's
guarantee.
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ABSOFBIne
1 tiMBE MARK iUG.ilS-W Cff.
WB reduce Inflamed, Strained,
Swollen Tendons, Ligaments,
or Muscles. Stops the lamenessaod
pain from a Splint, Side Bone ss
Bone Spavin. No blister, no hail
gone and horse can be used. (2. SO a
bottle at druggists or delivered. De
. scribe your case for special instrac
mankind, reduces ' Strained. Torn Liga
aient» Swollen Glands, Veins « Muscle»'
H«ls Cuts, Sores, IWn Altays psrn r";
tl.Zt a beme st HraJefi er -ri— rsi r_^ T>™.„,.
a. f. roeqe. lue. ttO r»™« » Sort*•,*•<* Mass.
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EARN ltXKv SAFELY IN LIMBER a.art Sj
Uraulic mining. P»rtlca!ars. Dr. E. G. Mu
i ter« Jenktc^ Arcade. Fltfsbunrh. Peano.
Settled.
j Yon know what suburbs are for gos
| sip. don't you? Well, listen ta this!
Rumor charged a resident in a
northeast suburb with dragging his
wife from a certain meeting and com
pelling her to return home with him.
The man let the story travel until
he had a fair opportunity to give it a
broadside, and then he replied in the
local paper as follows;
"In the first place. I never attempt
ed to influence my wife in her views
or her choice of a meeting.
"Second, my wife did not attend the
meeting in question.
"In the third place, I did not attend
the meeting myself.
"Finally, 1 never had a wife."—Lon
don Answers.
Life's Little Changes.
j A.—So you're acquainted with Mr.
! Smith? What kind of a man is he?
B.—He used to be poor, but honor
able.
A. —And new?
B. —Now he's rich.
Orf!
Hubby—That man called me a Bar,
a cad. a scoundrel, and a dog! Would
you advise me to fight?
Wifey—By all means ! There's noth
ing nobler in the world than fighting
for the truth !
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To get on without capita!. Literal :
He picks up a grain and opens a mill
: —Chinese Proverb.

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