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NO MAN Cool Watch Geti Alan( Without Who 23 II I a prime requisite in all busineu to be d man, or punctual. If you are a re ever going to be, you need an accurate I Mrs. J. H. Bourland, Saa Saba, Texas, writes: TO ' MAIN ST. UTAH tAKS Cllfc "For I was A POSITIVE and PERMANENT CURE FOR a years con- A mis-er- Tbmb a ahlidtr, a icliaau. UJiti treat!INprivately M Itt tkeir swa komM. THE KKE1.EY Slr.,1. S.H Uka Cilr. STITUTE, 134 W. Soma T.pl. most a continual dropping of mucus Into my throat which caused frequent ex-p- ee BEING THE ONLY SEEDSMEN In the Intrr mcnmtaln country milking thoro all iwimpptitora. field Twin f KecilH. we Write Inruur Ilia Free Catulua ol to ration. CO., Salt Lake City tem gradually E f, became and condition I Mrs. ' , j Vr P. ' ' t J. H. Bourland. had an Incessant cough and frequent attacks of bilious colic, from which It KODAK flNlUHIMa seemed I could not recover. My bowels also became affected, causing alarming MKN AMI WOMKN to Learn attacks of hemorrhages. I tried many UTITfl Wet'ka. Li fit 3 I fcU I'mtimi, who net fciKht t IhoIh, .. remedies, which gave only temporary Willi ixirtiul art ol UmU, Hft. With your own relief or no relief at alt I at last tried Molar Barber Collage Peruna, arid In three loom u.. A'Mih-m- i days I was re13 Umiuut-rvlaKirert, Salt l.uku Uqy. Ututi. lieved of the bowel derangement After using live bottles I was entirely cured. He Had No Chance. I moat cheerfully recommend the use of 6aloon tho were la "You say you to any one similarly afflicted." Peruna et the time when the alleged assault took place?" a lawyer inquired of a witness at the central atatlon tho EVIDENTLY HAD HIS DOUBTS cither day. "Yes, Blr, I was," tho witness ad- Olfactory Evidence Offered Up by e Serious Minded mitted. Circuit Rider. "that "1 Tin." the lawyer pursued, And did you take la Interesting. A typical "circuit rider" ior.nlanee of the barkeeper at the died recently in Alabama a man time?" "I don't know what ho called it, whose godly unselfish life will long remembered. Many were the ecfir," canio the reply with perfect be of this rugged old man, centricities I did." the rest case, "but took what and many anecdotes are current I'hiladelphla Times. among the Methodist ministers of the state concerning him. He was noted He Nearly Remembered. for two things his denunciation of aua They were discussing certnln sin In no uncertain tones, and the thoress at dinner, and a with which be addressed critic raise a- laugh by remarking, familiarity the In prayer. if her Well, her hair's red, even On one occasion he had been preachbooks are not." In a log meeting house In the piny Tho mild young man In the corner ing woods of north Alabama. There were mado a mental note of the sally for several young fellows on hand who future um, and at another dinner bad been celebrating by patronizing a shortly afterward he carefully still bard by. After a long, fiery ser Iaity Tuiiied (he conversation into literary mon, the preacher made a call for channels. Fortunately, Some one men- mourners, and soon the rude altar tritioned the desired name, and be was filled mostly by the aforemen umphantly called out, "Well, she's tioned young fellows. The old man Cot rd balr, even if her books have- looked them over for a moment and n't.Louden Tit-Hiwith keen IntulUon felt that It was perhaps a "lark" on the boys part Deduction. Her but be knelt to pray. Mrs. Jinks I think our new maid "O Lord." he began, "here's a crowd will do all right Iter name Is of young fellows kneeling round your altar. They've been cussln' and Mr. Jinks Why do you think she swearin' and drlnkln' and spendln' srill do? tbelr time In riotous llvtn', but they've Mrs. Jinks Well, for one reason, come up hre seemingly penitent. we've never before bad a maid named Tbey look Ilk penitents. Lord, and I Clorlnda. Exchange. hope they are. They weep like penitents. Lord, and I hope youll forgive Fiction Too Tame. 'em if they are: but O Lord. I declare Mrs. Brown I used to be no fond they don't smell like pcnitenU!" Youth's Companion. of Anion before I was married. Mrs. Smith And don't you read Work and Marriage, much now? la the New York courts recently a Mrs. Hrown No; after the talcs my tiuaband tells me about why be is late girl, aged 17, on being told by ber petting borne, mere printed fiction mother that she was old enough to go to work, replied: seems o lame and unimaginative. "Work, I will not; I prefer to marry.' Whereupon she was married before night to a Some Have Strom Off. young man earning $8 per week. official . The figures for the consump- That Is of a piece with the reasoning tion of alcoholic beverages la this of another girl who. being Interro' country show that the per capita gated by a friend. "Where are you consumption of spirits fell from 2.02 working now, Mamie?" answered gallons la IS (0 to 1.37 gallons In 1903. promptly, "I ain't working; I'm married." Uoston Herald. Queen Interested In Village. InIs of - The queen very much Italy People seldom Improve when they terested In a village which Is Wing hare model tuilt about a mile from the ruins of after. boOoldamltn.but themselves to copy Mesalni. of has It wrwdrn the city rrr saltAMATIUK lkk cirvPHOTO ma;w mr., r0ll'0rL MMrHT 9Urfi.lt AMD I'm l Old-Tim- old-tim- e well-know- n - t. Clo-rlnd- a. buildings that arc already sheltering tO.ooo. It Is only temporary, tut will to tide over the time until the city Is rebuilt The village Is called The Taste Test-PO- e Quoon Helena. No Clew. I have the general Yes, Stranger location of tny friend's buildlne. and the name cf the street but I can't find the place, Ci'i7on Haven't you anyiLin? more 8? 'unrff-Noth- ing ctrept the archl texT print of how the finished building would look. fur K. He Sidestepped. M rrr-- is l (to widow) "I am wi;j;n? to bny y'ir fcn'lanrl' working business. an1 j ol will for flrV'O. Wi low "Well, but I happen to be of the working business." Merchant "Tien III only the good w;il." f1irgnrl r,lat'r. u" Thot'chts cf War, Mr. Ki'Mfr (reading papr) Well, notrr bad er;? g iient in South amf rf' a Mis Kid'ter What Is it? Mr Kidder Trained nurse and an army ri r. A Caller "t La'ge Supply, cHerrJne m bf;dtl. fot' r,rrefl)j Will yri f!"ir. for the ke Have a dainty, sweet flavour that the palate and articular folks. Tho Fact j that each year increasing thousands use thii delicious fJ is popularity. good evidence of its Tost Toasties are ready to serve direct from the l&g. with cream or mi!k a convenient, wholesome breakfast dish. "The Memory Lingers con" rl?tif.e r.'.I! ro'in.1 f5it'r "With ar:l 111 totiigM w;?& aa amrnlnn'-fcrr p'Kt tfvlv St Toasties definite? disliked his own company. It therefore must have had piloted him to the sands of Midland. Robinson turned over on his side and made ready for a doze when he became aware that someone had planked herself, with much fuss over filmy laces and the disposal thereof, close beside him. Her red parasol started to escape with a gust of wind, but unfortunately for HoblnBon she caught it. lie knew instinctively that he could not go In for a common flirtation with this girl, yet had be rescued a pretty parasol from the clutches of wind and perhaps briny sea It might have been different. Out of eyes Robinson watched her open a small volume. She did not read, however, she seemed strangely alive to her surroundings. Robinson was unaware that she had appraised his own perfect yhyslque and thick gold hair before deciding upon the particular spot of sand upon which to ensconce herself. Robinson's boredom had vanished: he watched with the utmost fascination every movement of the girl beside him. Her hair was spun copper and blew maddeningly near her thick, dark lashes and her Hps rivaled the scarlet of her Annoyed by the confinement of he." gloves she pulled them, off and settled her-sel- f to more thorough enjoyment of half-close- My entire sys- my grew worse. Jpck Robinson wondered for the tenth time that day why he had come to Midland Beach alone. If there was one place where companionship, either masculine or feminine, made life enjoyable, it was at the beach. Besides, Robinson stant sufferer from chronic catarrh. I had y a severe and burning In the top of my head. There was al- Drunkenness and Opium Diseases. PORTER-WALTO- Peruna. twenty-th- ree THREE OF - THEM YEARS Constant Sufferer Frcm Cfiroir lo Catarrh Relieved by time piece. We are advocate! not only watclic. but BETTER a( GOOD Write to ut. watchet. We kII tliem. SALT SOME SUFFERED COMPETENT IS d sun-shad- e. the sand. Then it was that the day grew darker for Robinson. She was married! A sparkling diamond as well as the band of proprietorship shone on ber hand. He turned abruptly away. A married flirt! If there was one person Crk. V,'.h. HINTS WORTH BEING POSTED WHERE THEY CAN BE SEEN. Some Directions That Are Household Words, and Some That Set Forth Ideas That Are New and Valuable. Here are a few rules that It would be well to cut out and paste up In your kitchen. They are hints about affairs of that very Important region of the home: 1. Wash a saucepan In plenty of hot water; but never wash cake tins or frying pans. Wipe them well with a piece of paper, which la afterward burned, and pollBh them with a dry cloth. 2. Stand saucepan, fish kettles, etc., in front of the fire for a few minutes after washing them so that they may be thoroughly dried inside. This makes them last longer and helps to keep them in good condition. 3. Pudding cloths, Jelly bags and s on- should be well washed, scalded and hung up to dry. It is not necessary to iron them, but they should be smoothed and folded before they are replaced in the drawer. 4. Add a little soda to (he water in which you wash plates and dishes. The soda loosens the grease on them and gives the china a good shiny surface. 6. Never add soda to the water in which you wash silt er. Use a wooden tub, with plenty of hot water and soap, and dry the articles with a soft cloth. If silver is carefully washed and dried, once a week will be found often enough to clean it with powder and a leather. Silver should be kept In a baize lined drawer or basket, for if it is laid on hardwood It is apt to be 6. Never put the handles of knives Into hot water or they will split. If a knife has been used for cutting onions or any other strong-scentevegetable dig the blade of it once or twice Into garden mold to remove the smell before It Is washed. Robinson disliked It was a young mar7. If a pan is burned or blackened ried flirt He stalked to his bath- rub the inside of it with a hard crust house and flung on his white flannels of bread dipped in salt and afterward with a haste that quite undid the wash it with hot soda and water. Robinson cooling effect of his dip. 8. Be very careful to keep the I Ids was Incensed; much more so than the of saucepans clean, for the flavor ol slight occurrence warranted. When one dish may cling to a lid which has be arrived on the board walk he not been washed and spoil a second seemed to see a hundred red para- dish which Is in the same prepared in all sols, different direc- pan. bobbing tions. He refused to glance under 9. After washing up wipe out the any of them end when the boat pulled dish tub and allow It to stand by the out In the evening with him on board fire till It is The dlshtub should he had- - a feeling of relief .as. well as be scrubbed dry. with boiling water and one of disappointment that be bad not soap at least once a week. again seen the little lady. Presently he heard the chatter of voices, close to hlra. There seemed to be three two girls and a man. Tbey began to sing all the old songs that Robinson was fond of and knew so well. Robinson could have sung tenor backwards and he unconsciously bummed aloud. He. saw a man's head peer out from the darkness and felt rather than saw that be was being Inspected. "Come and Join us we need a tenor." Tom Everly, being married and a good fellow, bad no scruples against strangers; be felt perfectly capable of taking rare of his women folks. Robinnoii moved over and raised his bat "My name Is Robinson," be said. To keep butter sweet In warm "Thanks for dragging me from the pit weather pack the butter la a crock; of melancholia." make brine strong enough to bear up "My name Is Everly," said the bass. an egg, and pour over it "Let me Introduce my wife and my To remove Indelible Ink: Take a sister." small lump of cyanuret of potash, rub . The boat bad been coming about It on the Ink stain, first dipping It In and now the moon shone full upon the water, then rinse the cloth In cold wafaces of the quartet Robinson turned ter. quickly and met the same eyes that When baking cake, should the oven bad looked Into bis on the beach become too hot set a basin of cold those of the married flirt He knew, water In It now that be was near her again, that For chapped hands: Wssh your ber charm bad lingered, hands In sugar water; dry them with In bis brain and be bad met her corn meal, night and morning. husband, yet the feeling was the same. He was a cad. He liked Tom Everly . Cleaning Compounds. immensely and bad hoped to continue Mlt one ounce of borai and one the friendship now It would be Imrunce gum camphor with one quart possible. Robinson racked his brain for a pre-tea-t soiling water. When cool add on under which he might without pint of alcohol. Bottle and cork tightrudeness, leave the three but nothing ly. When wanted for use shske well and sponge the garments to be cleaned. presented Itself. "I think I saw you on the bearh this This Is an excellent fnlature for cleanafternoon. Mr. Robinson?" Iiabette ing soiled black canhmere and woolen Everly spoke for the first lime. "I dresses, coat collars and black felt bats. think you are a woman hater." "I I no Indeed" "Only married, then?" The Jocular Molded Cranberry Jelly. tone covered up the depths of the Molded cranberty Jelly Is made as girl's inquiry. follows: Cook one quart of crantr-rie- s "Not guilty in rlther case," laughed and one cup of water ten minRobinaon. Add utes. cnp of aijgar and "I have been guilty of the latter for cook ten tnlnntea, lonrer. Rub tbroueti a whole afternoon," pouted Hahette, S strainer into china mold. Whea "and I am lired of It. Hers Carol, cold turn (tut on plate. take jour old wedd'ng ring. I itpr.tono you have forgotten that you gare me MarihTiallo Frosting, your rlnps when you and Tom went FU'H cip ner and fn swimming" Robinson looked up - It eemod j if qiarter crp water tint it it string" the dawn wer already rising. Cer- 'thread." Pour thl sirup over erne tainly everything was clearer snd beaten whl'e of erg and cut Into fine more besutlful end liabelte Everly's ' pound of marhriiai; voir e wa going on. pieces' I'.eaf l;f,1ll they ore melted Mr. and frosting I thlr k enough to spread. "Besides, I really think that Hohlnoon has considered me a married woman all along." She cast a Peppermints. sidelong glance at the tenor of their One cup sugar, n quarter cup waquartet. ter, cook three nlnutes, favrr with "And yii will think o yourself one vanilla, treat nntu it alone of these days if I have anything most teaspoon then sugars, put on greased pato do l'h It," thought Robinson. per with tablespoon. A Different Argte. "Charlie's perfectly wi;d over bis Currant Jel'y Sauce. s new motor car," remarked a man to a n4 Boil . to on-ha'- f tr three-quarter- frler-d- . Wild over It!" rea;rf.n-fethe "Yo'i should ee firs' IWr Mm hen he's tmrtef it:" L'r ; inrott s Magazine. VALUABLE IN THE HOUSEHOLD Particularly the Ladies. Innumerable Uses to Which Sawdust Not only pleasant and refreshing to Msy Be Put to Good the taste, but gently cleansing and sweetAdvantage. ening to the system. Syrup of Figs and Sawdust may be put to serve a num- Elixir of Senna is particularly adapted ber of purposes for the housewife. . It to ladies and children, and beneficial b la good for removing sediment in glass all cases in which a wholesome, strengthand earthenware. A handful thrown ening and effective laxative should be on a dying fire will help to revive it used.' It is perfectly safe at all times and Well dried and heated and sprinkled dispels colds, headaches and the pains over grease spots In carpets, It Is use- .caused by indigestion and constipation so ful In removing these objectionable and eilecuvely that it is the one marks. It should be well rubbed In, promptly family laxative which gives perfect left for a few hours, then treated to all and is recommended by Heat some sawagain if necessary. dust on a piece of paper In the oven, millions of families who have used it and knowledge of its exand It is an excellent remedy for mil- who have personal dew and damp' spots on metal or other cellence;. ' Its wonderful popularity, however, has polished goods. Rub some dry sawdust on articles .that have been pol- led unscrupulous dealers to offer imitaished, and the' polish will last longer. tions which act unsatisfactorily. ThereSlightly moisten sawdust sprinkled fore when buying, to get its beneficial on outhouse floors, verandas or larder, effects, always note the fuQ name of the etc., and brushed off with a. hard California Fig' Syrup Co. broom will cleanse the floor without Company plainly printed on the front of every much trouble. satis-tacb'- on - . i CLEANS of Figs package of the genuine-Syru. and Elixir of Senna. S :. EASE - For tale by all leading druggist. Price 50 cents per bottle. . KNIVES WITH Device of California Man One of the Best Ever Placed on the Market. ' There 'are all varieties any' tnan anywhere, who. the conscious discharge of what believes to be his duty, dares to stand alone. Charles Sumner. I honor In Be s of from the' single 'stone on which the housewife rubs her cutlery to the' elaborate device of multiple wheels used In the big hotels and restaurants. Jlut one of the simplest and most effective of all would seem to knife-cleaner- INFLAM- MATION AND PAIN scratched. . 1st-fe- ; KITCHEN three quarters rvp tnlnu'es). Then po-i- w f ap nttr aW cnt mp currant l'y whirh hs a silver en until srft wl-- fo-u- t tn-thir- teft for. !at by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Iova. " I was troubled for be that devised by a California man a Creston, long time with lnilammation, pains and shown .here. This contrivance in my Blue, sick. consists of a couple of cleaning stonoa headaches and nerCured In Juxtaposition in a resilient vousness. I had token so many. mediframe. The frame consists of two cines that I was' inverted wires with springs and discouraged connecting the three corners of each. thought I would This has the effect of keeping the welL never A get stones closer together alt the time, friend told me of but allowing enough leeway for the E. rinkham's aduilKslon of a knife blade or the effe table Comtines of a fork,' which can be cleaned pound and it re. etorcd mo to health. by being rubbed up and down a few i I I i i I have no mora times. The springs will Insure a sufmy nerves are srronrer ami 1 can ficiently strong pressure to give, good rain, So my own work. Lydia K.rinkham'a frlctlonal action at all times. V egctauie compound, cured me arter everything else had failed, and I recommend it tootlkr ptiC'ering women." Useful Hints.-- . -- Mns. Wm. Seax.3 6o5 Vr. Howard fct, . Milk will clean piano keys satlsfaa. Creston, lowa.- . torlly. It will take out Ink spots of. Thousands of unsolicited and peno-In- e teatimonia! like Uae above trove long standing. I'sed In starch It will give a fine gloss. It will remove, dis- the efficiency cf.Xydia'E. rinkham's coloration from gilt mirrors, and pic--, Vegetable t mpouiid.trl.!ch is made ture frsmes. Used wlthblu,lng for exclusively froia roots and herbs. Women who srtfTer from those 3I. lace curtains It will make them' look tre&slntr il!s shoul l not lose slsht of like new. these facts or doubt the ability of Lydia ' To cfoud quickly the windows In E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound tj bath room, etc, apply with a .brush a restore thvir healitusolution of epsom salts, mixed strong If you want apecl.il ndv.ee crlt In vinegar. This 'gives a, beautiful to Sirs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Hlojsa. frosted appearance and . becomes She will treat your as over' with permanent If varalebed 20 For confidential. ' : itrlctly years) " varnish. white he has been lielplnir sick women Mahogany or any ' other colored In this tray, free of charge. wood may be darkened by polishing hesitate write at once. with cold drawn' linseed oil. held ftr - . - . letter lon't Splendid Cookies. One sifter of flour, one teaapoonful aoda, and pinch of salt;' sin and lhrn take lard and mix In, as for pie dough. Two cupfuls of brown sugar; flavor with maplelne and vanilla; roll 'out and sprinkle granulated sugar thickly on top; cut out with a large cookie cutter and press a raUin or nut In tb center of each; Just before putting In the oven take the tip of the finger and wet tbe top, and tbe cookies will t crinkly snd crisp. If sweet milk or water Is used two tesspoonfuls of baking powder In place of soda. "I have used Sloan's Liniment on a fine mare for splint sad cured bat. This makes the third horse I've cored. Chicken a la Hollsndalse. Take out tbe breast bone of a largs young fowl and fill up tbe space with a nice force meat Make a batter as for fritters and when the fowl Is half roasted pour the batter over, let dry and then pour n more until It Is thickly coated and a (Irh brown color. Remove from part, cut up as for a frlcasse", place on plat'er. lay corn fritters around tbe edge of dish, scat-te- r some sprigs of parsley over, and serve at once with melted butter and lemon quarters. Oyster force meat Is . Cured Thrush. Ml. R. W. Pabisii. of Bristol, .ft No. I. write: -- I have used krtsof your Liniment for horses and wysetf. It is the best Uniment in the world. I cored ene of tny horses t4 thrash. Her feet were rotten the frog came cat j she laid dowrn tnosi of" the time, I thonht she wrrold die. bat I used the liniment as directed and she never lies down la t i daytime now," lad . nice. In Cooking Oysters. In srallojlng oys'era do not use much of th liquor. Milk mar he put rUnty of butter, twice as nturh on tbe top layer as rn 1b; under ones, or It will not be well For creamed oysters ue browned. II the lh'ior from the oysters In tuilk. TT.U f,Ucc ef some of lh quite changes the favor of th dlh. SIOAM'S suh-sfln- c.-- Scotch Scopes, 8 '.ft with one fo-inof flour a of blcarVrna'e of soda, a half of tartar and a tepoonful f cream sour IIMle salt. Wet wl-but terrHIs, roll out round the sire of a pie plate, cut In frmr pieces and lay on a hot dusted with gtlddle, whirls baa be dry fi"r only. When slightly browned tiirn snd brown the other side. Bacon Hint new way to cook baron. Cut thin sliren, roll In beaten eg. then in mm el. snd fry slowly a dain'y A b-r- Have recommended k to neighbors for thrush and they saytry it is bn. I find H the best Liniment I ever ed. I keep on hand y uf Sore Co he Cure for myself and neighbors, and I can certainly recommend It for Colic" S. 1 Smith. McUonongh, Oa. IMME1I ( should be in every (viable and applied at the first fcirn rf lameness. Vo'j don't need to rub, il penetratm. toil kill a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swollen joints, snd is a sure and i.'. speedy remedy for If'. L.&aaJ. ' Xai fistula, sweeney, founder and thrush. Jl J''.i.,. .f..t4 ; i Pric. lOe. and $1,00 Slwaw'a twMtfr mi eaHlet, sin n p ".. A4a1rM fee. eooltrv Dr. Earl g. Sloan, Btm, Kaas.. V. t. A.