I THE RICH COUNTY NEWS, RANDOLPH. UTAH THE TRIALS OF 1 TIKE Eileen Burdette YEAR OLD WASHED ASHORE Mrs. Dingman Teds of Adventure of Childhood When Fathers Ship Was Wrecked. RELATES LATER EXPERIENCE Declares That the Way Tanlac Restored Her Health Is More Re-- markable Than Anything She Has Ever Had Happen to .Her. Sr. w Ive had some remarkable experiences In my life, 'but none more wonderful than the way Tanlac overcame my troubles and made ime gain twenty pounds, was the statement of Mrs. Christina K. Dingman, 1216 Alice St.. Oakland, Calif. One of the experiences to which Mrs. Dingman refers Is well known to her friends. When a child of three years, accompanying her father, a noted sea captain, on an ocean trip, the vessel was wrecked, but she was almost miraculously saved, the small box into which she was .put being washed ashore. According do her statement, Mrs. Dlngnian enjoyed the best of health until three years ago when she began to suffer from .a bad form of stomach trouble and later from rheumatism. How she was completely restored to health is best told in her own words: Nobody knows how I . suffered for the past three years. 'No matter bow carefully I ate I would endure agonies afterwards from smothering and sinking spells. Sometimes they were so severe I would fall to the floor and would have to be carried to bed. I went for days at a time without eating, as I dreaded the misery I knew would follow, no matter what I ate. Then rheumatism set in and my shoulders and arms hurt me so comb my hair. My back felt like it was breaking in two. I was almost In the depths of despair when I began on Tanlac, hut this grand medicine has made me a well and happy woman. Im not even troubled with constipation now, thanks to the Laxative Tablets, which are far superior to anything of the kind 1 ever tried. It seems almost too good to be true, but here I am In the best of health and spirits after I had given up hope, and Ill always praise Tanlac for It. r 4 Tanlac is sold by leading druggists everywhere. Advertisement. Especially These Days. Catt, the eminent suffragist, said at a dinner in Washington : Women in business are more honest. than men. For instance, they cant be bribed." No? said a senator. said Mrs. Chapman Catt "No, But men now well, every man has bis price. And hasnt every woman, the senator retorted hasnt every woman, especially these days, her figure? OLD FOXS REVENGE FOX, as he was OT.D GRANDPA by all the young wood animals, had been bothered so much by the youngsters that be was at his wits end to know how to punish them. One day he was sitting outside bis door dozing in the sun when Billy Squirrel and his brother climbed into tlie' tree over Grandpa Fox and let down on a string a wlggly turtle, which scared old Grandpa so he tumbled out of his chair. Another day he fell asleep in his chair and when he awoke and picked Jr&s, or two shape. that T - For a long time after that Grandpa Fox was very busy every evening, and if the Squirrel brothers and Tommie Rabbit had watched they might have noticed the light burning late In ' . . , Grandpa's cabfq. , He chuckled as he .worked,- and though it was very delicate work Grandpa felt It would be well worth all the trouble and care he was taking. A basket of big nuts stood on one side of his chair and from these Grandpa Fox was very carefully taking all the meat, leaving the shells In two pieces, which fitted perfectly together when empty. These he filled with pepper red pepper, too and then glued the shells so nicely that even an expert could One of the winsome facet on tho not have told they had been opened. movie" screen it that of Eileen Burwere of course, These, being prethe charming little actresa who pared especially - for the Squirrel dette, admired by thousands In been has brothers. some of the large productions. (Copyright.) Thousands upon thousands of women have kidney or bladder trouble and never suspect it. Women complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other organs to become diseased. You may suffer pain in the back, headache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous, irritable and may be despondent; it makes any pne so. But hundreds of women claim that Dr. Kilmers Swamp-Rooby restoring health to the kidneys, proved to be just euch overcome to needed the remedy conditions Many send for a sample bottle to see the great kidney, what Swamp-Rooliver and bladdei medicine, will do for them By enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer ft Co., Binghamton, N. Y.. yon may receive sample size bottle by Parcel Post You can purchase medium and large size bottles at all drug stores. Adv. t, t, d Significant, I read everything Anyhow. in the newspapers beaded proposals. Why so, girlie? Oh, I like to read anything under that head even if the item Is only about life or steel or naval stores. Louisville Courier-Journa- l. Catarrh Catarrh la a local disease greatly Influconditions. constitutional by HALLS CATARRH MEDICINE is a Tonlo and Blood Purifier. By cleansing the blood and building up the System, HALLS CATARRH MEDICINE restoresto normal conditions and allows Nature do Its work. All Druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. enced Information First Hand. Whats the hardest part of the work of a postmaster?, , The man who was sorting mail paused long enough to reply:Getting the job and holding on - to It. Cutieura for Sore Hands. Soak hands on retiring in the hot suds of Cutieura Soap, dry and rub Jn Remove surplus Ointment Ointment with tissue paper. This Is only one of the things Cutieura will do If soap. Ointment and Talcum are used for all toilet purposes. Adv. Without economy none can be rich, and with It hone need to be poor. Cu-ticu- ra Lydia Man's E. Experience of 3 by daughter of Borgia, It Is one of the quaintest and most .of names in this country. . It is a far cry from ancient Rome to modern New England, but the name has completed the transition with very few changes to mark the successful stages of Its evolution. There are two theories among etymologists In regard to the original Some contend source of Lucretia. that it comes from the Latin word Lucrum, meaning gain,", and for that reason Lucretia Is said to signify gain. On the other hand, there Is much evidence to proVe that Its real source was in the Latin word for light, lux. Many feminine names have ' been derived from this root and the same word has supplied surnames without number. It Is believed, therefore, that the noted old gens Lucretius from which Lucretia is directly descended, was only another of the derivatives of lux. . "Lucre, combining the fleece under the midnight lamp, the famous old Roman tale, inspired Shakespeare to write one of his earliest poems. Despite her notoriety, Lucretia Borgia probably es- tabllshed the name of Lucretia In Italy, and In early modern times It was one of the few classical names to " be revived. France has a Lucrece, which is popular, and England imported Lucretia . In the eighteenth century. Lucretias tallsmanic stone Is the ruby. It has the power to bring her strength of body, an Invincible spirit and success In every undertaking. Tuesday is her lucky day, and 6 her lucky number. Ohio woman for three years could hardly keep about and do her housework she was so ill. Made well by Lydia E. Pink-haVegetable Compound t For about three years Fayette, 0. I was very nervous and bad backache, ideache, dragging-dow- n pains, could not sleep at night end had no ms I was never very strong and female trouble kept m Bloomington, 111. ao weak I Bad no interest in my housework. I had such a backache I could not cook a meal or sweep a room without raging with pain. Rubbing my back with alcohol sometimes eased the pain for a few hours, but did not atop I heard of Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound, and six bottles of It it have made me as (Copyright.) -- O- strong and healthy as any woman ; ana I give my thanks to Mrs. J.AMcQurmr, 610 W.Walnut St7Bloomington, 111. The conditions described by Mrs. Cassen, Mrs. Ball, and Mrs. McQuitty will appeal to many women who struggle on with their daily tasks in just such conditions in fact, it is said that the tragedy in the liveaof some women is almost beyond belief. Day in and day out they slave in their homes for their families -- and beside the daily routine of housework, often.make clothes for themselves and for their children, or work in their gardens, all the while suffering from those awful bearing-dow- n pains, backache, headaches, nervousness, the blues, and troubles which aap the very foundation of life until there comes a time when nature gives out and an operation eeema inevitable. If such women would only profit by the experience of these three women, and remember that Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is the natural restorative for such conditions it may save them years of suffering and unhappiness. . There is hardly a neighborhood in any town or hamlet in the United Staten wherein some woman does not reside who has been restored to health by thin famous medicine. Therefore ask your neighbor, and you will find in a great many cases that at some time or other she, too, baa been benefited by taking it, and will recommend it to you. For more than forty yean this root and herb medicine hasbeen restoring suffering women to health and strength. HOW DO YOU SAY IT? to The Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Massachusetts This book contains valuable information. . d By CN. " 'WHERE it for my health. Lydia E. Pinkhams Private Text-Booupon "Ailments Peculiar to Women will be sent to you free upon request. Write k LURIE Common Errors in English How to Avoid Them T t AM and In a AT?" not correct to use the word or the word to after the word where," as In the, sentences, Where were you at last Sunday? and "Where were you going to? Say, Instead, Where were you last Sunday? and Where were you going? This is one example of many in English In which the speaker or writer uses too many words to express his meaning. The sentence, "Where am I atf attracted much attention about 20 years ago when It was used by a speaker In the house of representatives. The member was making a long speech, filled with long sentences. Not much attention was being paid to him, and he lost his place while uttering one of his long sentences. So he turned to the speaker and asked : Mr. Speaker, where am I at?. The reporters took advantage of the opportunity to poke fun at- him, and the phrase was repeated and laughed at all over the United States. IT "atIS AT THE TABLE 111 can rule the great that cannot reach the small. Spenser. little mannerism that extreme fussiness or finicalness of taste. The person who appears to he examining minutely every morsel that he takes on his fork makes one feel that be Is suspicious that the food is not entirely what it ought to be. So, too, the person who samples every viand very carefully before beginning in earnest to eat is too finical to be a pleasant table companion. Large pieces of bread are broken Uito smaller pieces before being buttered and carried to the mouth. Cake may be broken and eaten like oread or crackers or .It may be eaten with. a fork. Celery, olives, radishes, salted nuts, bon bons, preserved ginger and other trifles are eaten from the fingers, but must berries, melons, and grape-frube eaten with a spoon. Bannnas are generally eaten with a fork, peaches, apples and pears are peeled, quartered and cut Into small pieces and then picked up with tlie fingers. . Grapes and small plums are eaten from' the fingers, and the stones or skins taken Into the hand and carried to the plate, never dropped from the Prune seeds are best pressed Ups. out with the spoon before the fruit Is eaten, and then laid to one side on the plate. Bones of fowl, game or chops must not be taken In the finger, but green corn may be eaten that way. Artichokes, source of much grief to the Inexperienced diner, if served hot any A VOID Indicates or cold with sauce must be broken apart, leaf by leaf, and the tip dipped In the sauce, and eaten from the fingers. The heart Is cut up and. eaten with a fork. ; s Finger bowls are provided merely to moisten the finger tips, not for a general handwashings Your host who Inquires what portion of poultry or game, raw meat or well done you prefer will thank yob for a definite answer. If you really have no preference say so definitely. Do not enumerate various cuts that appeal to ' you. ; j' (Copyright.) Hdw - Martedl - NORTH out SEEKwill. Babylonians had the first mechanical aid to addipebble-boarwith small tion, a abrnit. The stones which were shifted ' Chinese abacus, with its beads on wires, Is also very ancient Pascal, in 1641, Invented the first adding machine with dials. In 1820 C. X. Thomas brought out the first successful allround calculating machine. THE dow-sil- l, ' LPCKY 10 olgarettes for 10 cts Handy and convenient; try them. Dealers now carry both sizes : 10 for 10 cts ; 20 for 20 cts. Its Toasted Bangs. AND SOUTH. the Southland if you Where flowers deck your d package LINE 0 CHEER By John Kendrick THE ADDING MACHINE. newoizo (Copyrleht.) A it a Providence Woman An Illinois woman relates her experience : WAVAWWAWVWVAV.V.V.V.VAVAWWW, was the name THOUGH Lucretia the notorious Compound I got medicine from the could hardly do my doctor but it did not help me. I saw Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound advertised in a newspaper and took it with good results, and am now able to I recommend your medicine to my friends and you may do my housework. publish my testimonial." Mrs. Chester A Ball, R. 15, Fayette, Ohio. By MILDRED MARSHALL LUCRETIA Vegetable I took Lydia Providence, R. L E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound for a female trouble and backache. It began just after my baby was bom. and Idid the beet I could about getting my work done, but I had awful bearing-dow- n pains ao I could not stand on my feet I read in the papers about Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and the mod it was doing other women, and I hava got dandy results from it and will always recommend it You can use these facts as a testimonial if you wish." Mrs. Herbert L Cassen, 18 Men! Court, Providence, R. L At times I Facts about your name; its history; meaning; whence it wa$ derived; significance; your lucky day and lucky jewel. ht , rk. Whats in a Name? np his pipe, which had fallen on the ground, what had Tommie Rabbit and the Squirrel boys dime but filled the pipe with black pepper, so poor Grandpa Fox almost sneezed his head off. Another time they stole his spectacles and put In a magnifying glass, so that everything looked so big to hian drat toe was afraid to move. But the limit of his patience was reached when they tied strings to all the sticks of wood and when Grandpa Pox went out to get his wood in for the night as fast as he picked It up those bad youngsters would tug at the 3tring and down It would fall. Grandpa Fox could not see real well in the half-ligand it took him a long time to find out what was happening, but when he did he snapped off the string from the sticks In a hurry, you may be sure, looking very angry. He knew better than to talk, for that was Just what the youngsters wanted, and Grandpa Fox, having been young himself, had not forgotten his youthful tricks.' Ill fix those youngsters, said Grandpa, as he sat smoking by the fire that night. I may be getting old, but I think I can scrape up a thought . Han Bees Endured end Hint Omcon lij - Mrs. Chapman Important to all Women Readers of this Paper Kira They will pay them off in good win- - ' And tuneful birds are singing; Where soft as silk the morning breeze Confides Its secrets to the trees. And Springtime's bells are ringing. Half Mad With Itching? Clean Out Your Blood - I still shall hold to Winters- ways, Despite the roughage of her dayB When arctic blasts are blowing. The blasts that, though they thrill with strife, . Impart new vigor to my life. And keep my Soul- (Copyright.) O . As to Names. The late Champ Clark was chris- . - . tened James Beauchamp Clark, but he voluntarily dropped the first name, and later because people would Insist on mispronouncing Beauchamp,, he rechristened himself with the name by which he was generally known. His case reminds us of the old darkeys plan. The latter was asked: What have you named your baby, Rastus? -Sam Pro Tern Johnson, sah. Whats the Pro Tern for? To show that the name Is only tem porary, sah. We kinder thought Sam might like to choose his own name when he growed up, so we put de Pro Tem as a warning to de public. Boston Transcript. (Copyright.) -- o- That flaming, torturous itch that S.S.S., the vegetable blood remedy, ' drives yon to scratch yourself raw is excellent. Thousands have deand bleeding is generally caused by pended on it for half a century. ' Your druggist will supply you impure, disordered blood. You can relieve it thoroughly only with S.S.S., and if you by getting the impurities will write us a history of out. yourtrouble, we will give Enrich your blood and you expert medical adkeep it wholesome. Then vice free. Address Chief : such troubles as are due Medical Advisor, 842 to it will leave you. For Swift Laboratory, Atthis work famous old lanta, Georgia. - O DISTINCTION 8AN8 - , What to fake for DIFFER-- - ENCE Sensitive Golfer (who has footled) Did you laugh at me, boy? Caddie No, elr; I was laughing at another man. Island Has Disappeared. Whats funny about him? One of the most famous of disapHe playe golf like you, elr. Is Islands pearing Expedition island, O r off the northwest comer of situated Seaeonable Thought. Australia, and which was visited as Around this time although a womai lately as 1893. Today It has disappeared, and Is now fifty feet below may have an old hat on her head, sly water. The Island was thirteen mile has a new one on her mind. Bostoi Transcript. long, aui famous for Its beauty. ' mmnvAnm Take a good dose of Carters Little Liver Pills 1 then bllfP? nr ? inr d (on, - ..Li. .T-- ITTLE I IVER PILLS liegnlate Your Bowels. Mild take as sugar. Genuine Small Pill. tear iljnatare as easy to Small Dose. Small Price.