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Nuts Furnish Cheap Living. - Norfolk, Virginia, has a citizen whose food costs lilm but $1-55 a month, and he Is inoreaslng In fatness. He Is S. S. Wright Here la his own testimony: 'During the last month I have lived on $1.55 and fared sumptuously; had all I desired to eat, gained two pounds la weight and never felt better In my life. Tue only food 1 nave eaien uui Ing the month has been eleven pounds of nuts (brazils and pecans) 13 cents worth of peanuts (roasted) and one pound of -raisins. Some of this I shared with friends. This has been an experiment with me, as I have read much about nuts as a diet and re solved to try them. I am more amazed than I can tell you at the results of the last month." . ' fin Fruit of Value. . . ..tt thai Booma lllfftlv tO A new nun. iuav . - irove of considerable value has been leveloned by the cultivation oi me very familiar "maypop." a plant which Is very familiar In the southern siaie3. juite ornamental, easily grown irom eeda and affords a hanasome cover ior arbors and verandas. It is known to botanists is passlflora lncarnata. The truit in Us improved form is somewhat bigger than a hen's egg and decidedly palatable. It looks liUe a May apple. He Finds It Too Easy Being a Sergeant and Begs to Be "Jftay-uoocea w ui E'-ranks." What a lool habit swearing is! Even a man who swears occasionally shud ders to hear another man using a string of oaths. Some people Invariably get the worst of it, because they are always demanding the beBt of it. ASIA riOARSi -Wtll not mk you narrnun. Auk "nr dsaler or To M. Hjoiao lilgu Co., 810 17Ui Slieet, Demer. "Have you no friends to help you?" asked the benevolent old lady. "Alas! no." replied tbe weary wayfarer. "I'm a baseball umpire." Denver Directory i4 p n n AC& V. Via Ui , You- taka no chniu'e wnen buying a har ness from us; M trv RAt war- runted to ua as represent or This dou ble team har I neas complete with lulia.s L and brefll- r inns Concord style. 8-lnch ......a f A r li) Sold verywbere for W 00. Send for our free cat alogue c( aadrtlea and liarnfM !.o-ei pricai In ihe u. 8. The I rert Mueller Saddle '' neu !.. 14IS-19 Larimer St.. Ilenver. Colo. , im inifiv u . ju m (Copyright, by the Century Co. (Copyright, 1906, by Joseph B. Bowles.) That Policeman Barney Flynn is still Patrolman Flvnn la rlllfi entirely tO himself. Others are patrolmen be cause they cannot be sergeants or lieu tenants or captains; Flynn la one from choice. He Is probably the only man on "th' foorce" who. having been pro moted, has made a special and earnest plea to be "ray-dooced to th" r-ranUs," as he himself put it. In this he is unique, hut in many other respects he la tvnical of a certain class of police men of whom the Inhabitants of a city hoar littln. He Is resourceful and Hon est; If he were not It Is probable more would he heard of him m tne new naners and the nolice reports. A few mar nil v mm on a notice force can do a world of harm to the reputation of th whnl body, and if they auam hieh rank they can demoralize a good part of It. Integrity Is so Important in thnao to whom Is intrusted the en forcement o'f the law that there Is a natural tendency to magnify the evils thnl ara seen to exist, and the depart ment is gauged by the worst rather than the best that Is to be louna in it. The men of the rank and file, as a rule, are faithful, earnest and rea sonably clever. So, if- Policeman Bar ney Flynn does not seem to you typ ical, you may rest assured it is be rlMA von know little of the police departments of the great cities. It U the spectacular that gets in the lime light of publicity, and faithfulness, perseverance and honesty are not often spectacular, so we hear more oi ihiubs we admire less; and, hearing more of them, we gain the idea that they are the predominating features of modern life. Trn Policeman Flynn may be more resourceful than some of his brother officers, and he' may have more of I hard-headed common sense, but he Is no more conscientious than the great majority of them. Like them he ha3 many faults, not the least of which is a desire to have as easy and comfort able a life as possible, but he acts al ways according to his best Judgment, and he defends , his acts with rare philosophy when they are assailed, i fnr Instance. It might be charged (--i lim that ha tma nmrla ffiWer , i agaiuoi aim tutu. -- E. E. BURLINGAME & CO., arrests than any other man of his . , ..v ..(. ont th a would carry weight in quarters whereia policeman's CTftVC REPAIRS ot av.rr Known ; maka V I U V C oi .love, furnace or raiife. Oao. A. l'ullen' last Lawreuee. Keovar. i'liuiie H. WILSON STOCK SADDLES Tana no ouior. TH K I 1 .r,,1U Ja Ak your aruier lur ,,, IPCTe MAKK !M0 TO f m o uai" IfirJlS mllini our trM. Wrlle fr terms. Iutemit'lonal Nunttr . Donvar, llo. BROWN PALACE HOTEL Kuropean Flan. SI.. TO ami Upward. Two blocks trom union depot. The beet 2 Per day hotel in me .West. American plan. ..n f tho trrpntpRt value, and in this inotanr... order was maintained with i tMMiyn and fewer" cases on the tc9a n ... v.vj n tin irot than ever before. That was why Policeman Flynn was finally made a sergeant. He nao. iauu- r,.rfnrmed his duty for many years In many parts ot the city, and the marks against him were iew uu foe hin. He had been a crossing policeman, he had "traveled beat m a residence section ot me cuy, uo unu ho hi. nrv tested in a really tougn J....I.., nrhorAvpr tried he had K.n fnnnrl Miial to all emergencies But it was on a "Tenderloin beaf that h h. bj.t.n mnst successful, every large city has Its "Tenderloin beats," and they are the ones that call for the exercise of the most tact ana juagmeni on the part of the night patrolman. To this he returned after a brief expe rience as a sergeant and a lew en counters with politicians. I . . V -14 n ha At- His promotion was uem i " orvri and there was not a man wha knew him who was not pleased when the announcement was raaue. uux. rinn shrink his head doubt- OCigcaub 'J , fully. "Sergeant Flynn!" he repeated to himself. "Listen to that, now! ti net th anme ol' Barney at all; but th' good woman says 'tis ngui, au i u make a pla-ay at it." He did, lor one whole week. Then he asuea to oe re aa in Ihn ranks aealm " 'Tis no tr. m HltlnV he explained. "I'm not ma-ade to be betther thin annywan .inn t enn-t athand f'r th' say-lutln' th' fllmflammln' an all mat. i h. nn frl'nds anny more. ivery man I like has to treat me wun ray splct. an' 'tis no spoort f'r me. Whin I says, 'Hullo, Patsy, or oye: iu u Iv the men, an' am lookln' f'r an an- The extraordinary popularity of fine whita Bonds this summer makes the choice of Starch a matter of great im portance. Defiance Starch, oeing iree from all injurious chemicals, is the nniv one which Is safe to use on fine fahrir-s its ereat strength as a si ir- ener makes half the usual quantity of Starch necessary, with tne remn oi perfect finish, equal to that when tne good3 were new. What is a Bacteihe? IT IS HATURE'S WAHK1HS TO WBI . Di6eaes of Woman's Organism Cured inl T contcqaeat in Hopped by Lyilia E. Hnkham't Vegutable Ctmpound. -It seems as though my back would broak." Women utter these words over and over again, but" continue to &ng along and sutler with aches m the "mill of ilia back, pain ow down ia the side. " bearing Jown- pains, ner vousuess and no ambition for an, tas . AMtRICAN HOUSE K55SK2. In Washington to Study Fish. Dr Th. Morten?en, of the Zoological museum of Copenhagen, Is In Washing ton to study the fish in the National museum, 1 TA nravnnt that tired feeling Oil Av u,.,,i.u Ironine day Use Defiance Sta ch saves time saves labDr saves annsy- win nnt attck to the iron. Tne HUL, nil. " - - big 16 oi. package for 10c, at your gro cer's. . Married life is a constant struggle," says the , Manayunn , rauvauni"" "The wife struggles to keep up ap pearances and the husband struggles to keep down expenses. c.,n,ia Bohnol Teacher I hope none of you boys will ever be found among the goats. Tommy Tucker-How can we help It, Miss Smatnersv we ro uua, ain't we? , Sunday School leather-What b?- e iu wlne that had evil "spirits uautc ui niv mot Into them? Small Jahnny-They were made Into deviled ham. Some' people resard a collection plate as a slot machine in wnion mey uiuk a dime in the hope ot getting a dollar's worth of religion. k wnmnn fill snects that the butcher Is trying to cheat her If his account ex actly balances with the one she has kept. ; Man's inhumanity to man Is often the result ot indigestion. I MiS Maude Morris J Oxford Hotel Denver. One block from Union Depot. Fireproof. C. H. MORSE, Mgr. SltKi'T, HOU. CATTI.K A l ..... I... v, I. Hum for cataloa of cute. ' llenvcr Saw Fence Co., KW1-S. 13lh at.. Denver. Colo. AAit apnae eurlliril .Urrlut N0 LABORATORY Established in Colortdo.1866. Samples by mail or ioress will receive prompt and carelulatteniion Goid&siiui Bunion R,r;j.vrd Concentration Tests-100 ';&!ttMu 1736-1738 Lawrence St., Denver, Colo Dr. d. c. Matthews EXPERT TAINl-ESS DENTIST . 11 Araf-olaae ffimrnn teed Dentistry at reduced prices for next 60 daya. Denver, Colo., 929 17th St. IRRIGATION OUTFITS WIND KILLS, GASOLINE ENSIHES, Scales.Fced Grindcrs.Supplies . , nrl Ortlil nirant hvs IyOUUg iiibu vice from htm. S UII W-.-..-, .--w- " . - .., veil uou ,:Sl:.kaiS3it' POSITIONS Jiecnred all gradoatea In Telegraphy, HiiokkrrpiBC, Sliorlhnnd, TypewrllloK. Jul I term, Kept. 4, 1IIUII. Catalogue anil Telernpli Folder Vrrr. A. M. Krnrns, Irlnclpnl, Modern School ot Bualneaa, Kruver. Colorado. Send This Ad Tor our completa Tnlklna; Mai-h-Ine calnloBuea. We sell outfits ..... . k II - ..1... ma,.h. I I Itiea and thousands nf records. VmJ ' The Knlplit-lampliell Mimic t'H r - ItiJrj uaiuornia bi .1 i Street, Denver. "ais HMrsara sm " n ttf A HTCn Y0UNG MEN VAllTtU for the NAVY ages it to 35, must be able bodied, ot g.tod 'Character and American cltlsena, , either native born or naturallied. Ap ply to Navy Reorultlng Onice, room II IMoneer building, Denver, or room 41 Foatomuc building. Pueblo, Colorado. r,,in99 U Indsred solely by the UQCLUIUVH. o - k rr nrlanners he brings In But there are men of experience who 0,111 inaiat that this Is not a true gauge of merit, and Policeman Flynn la one of them. He does not like to mane ar rests; he does not deem It necessary in Instances where others do. "Tie a nuisance," he says, "to be dhraggln' ye-er man to th' station an' thin be afther gettin' into coort th" nex' day to prosy-cute him. Slnd him home wbln ye can; that'B me wa-ay lv doin' It. 'Tis easy done it ne nave mnnpv In his pocket to pay fr th' cab." And as Policeman Flynn for many years had a night beat In a district frequented by the glided youth and others who celebrate, "not wisely but too well," his opinion' has weight. i'ii net ern home." once retorted a young man who had received good ad- returned Policeman Flynn, in a tone of mild astonishment. "No", I won't; and I'd like to know what you're going to do about It You can run me in if you want to." "R-run ye in!" repeated Flynn. think I'm lookln' f r a .honat to make throuble f'r mesllf? in An nn wthln' Iv th' kind." "Then what will you do?" demanded the obstreperous youth, detlantiy. "I'll Jump on ye," responded Police- CTvnn. "Tls easier done, an Iimu w im Hvfl wor-rk for the ambylance in- .u t th' hurrv-uD wagon." Aa the policeman is an exceedingly who could Jump high and come down hard, the argument ended there, and the young man movea on. it win h seen rrom mis inai rouce man Flynn's methods are peculiarly own except wnen mey are nis sha has nromoted him in many hna elven him various valuable .wMiinm when he Btood in need of them, and he' is always quite ready to let her have all the credit due her. "F'f a woman," he la accustomed to say when speaking of, her, "she do be th' gr-reatest ma-an I lver see. n w thnfa more inlane-yus than th' whole po-Hs boord, and many'e th' fine tin she's t-lve to me, though 'tis a niiit nnninnaant. wav.she have lv uiiftu.j 9 rinin' it anmptimes." At any rate, Po iiumsn Pivnn and his wife.-abetween them, made an excellent rec6fa on his h.a ' it la nnt the nollceman who makes the moat arrests who la neces t JLdr mm 1 ' 'ci!' !; tue resuit oi injige3uon' c II V ll-J Wr7'M't SfifilfiM 1 I I H II ' 11 K n t 9 ism Rmww. m 1 mmmwm immmmmx 1 vm?. wm "I'll not go home." YOU CANNOT rri, a nnt na.llze that the back Is the mainsprinp; of woman's organism, and quickly inuicaws ujr o-.."6 - eased condition of the female organs or kidneys, and that the aches and pains will conunue umu vi.o - removed. - .. . ,, . Lvdia E. Pinkham's vegetaom pound has been for many years the one and only effective remedy in suc.i cases. It speedily cures female and kitlnev disorders ana rewircr, v male organs to a neaiuiy cuuu.v,. . .... . A witl, ramnla trntlhles for l nave auuunrv, . . month my uaca bchcu u., - - - SouRt It would break, and I felt o weak al over that I did not find atrength to .attend to my work but had to stay in bed a largo part of the first two or three days every month I would have alecpless nichU, lal dreanw and Hm . headaches. AH tiiis uudemuned my hVe conniltedauold fnmilvphyslclnn. who dvtaed that I try Lydi. ; Pi-jkham s Vegj- TCnd tnlTcouU r "ttervnan I had done for moi.tttf. VVitliiu r, months I became regular and J nog nffur from backache or pain." Mub Mauai EoMSL Indies' Aid & I Mission Society, 85 E. Hunter St., Atlanta, Oa. 2 $20 AND LESS his wife's. ways, swer In kind, he up an' say-lutes me an' says: 'Good avenin', sergeant; I beg lave to ray-poort that I Jtst chased o irazabos down th' alley.' Oh, 'tis no Job f'r me. I nlver was made f'r a Boo-peer-yer man, nlver at an. rut me back on me or Job where i can have me frl'nds again." "Well, Is that your only complaint, Flynn?" "M-ra-m. well," replied Sergeant Flynn, drawing his hand thoughtfully across his mouth and chin, "I don't mind tellln' ye, private an' connden tial, that I'm mlssln' thlm little pa aper see-gar judes that's been makln' so much trouble I r me, an iu leiuw that don't want to go home, an an th' rlst lv th' Tenderllne gazabos. I don't seem to get' used to beln witn out throubles iv some kind. 'Tis too easy beln' a sergeant, an I don t shleep ntrrhta fr th nkln' iv anrawing me pa-ay without wor-rkln' f'.r it. An' thin, bechune ourslives, tis not me nature to be watchln" th' b'ys an' ihim to th' thrlal boord f'r derry-lickshun. lv juty. Whin I see wan lv thim takin' a little nip on tn shiy, it ma-akes me wish I was bor-rn hiind it does so. "How would you like to be the may or's private policeman?" asked the chief. "Oho! Prlvlt po-llsman to his nibs!" exclaimed Sergeant Flynn. " 'T w'u'd be a fine job. What's th' char-acter iv th' wor-rk?" "nh. vou'd be -a sort of doorkeeper. and have the task of keeping the ap plicants for omce ana ior political ana other favors of all sorts In order while they're waiting to see him. If you're looking for something to do, there's a Job that will keep you ousy." "M-m-m, well, returnea sergeant Flynn, slowly, " 't Is a ahtep in th Hirhr direction." But he left the chiefs office solemnly shaking his head. ' " Tls all right f'r thlm uat likes it," he explained afterward, "but th' chop houses is all on me ol' Underline beat." all inflamed, ulcerated and catarrhal con ditions of the mucous membrane such as nasalcatarrh.uterlnecatarrh caused by feminine Ills, sore throat, sore mouth or Inflamed eyes by simply dosing the stomach. 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