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MISS LEOPOLD, SECY L IEDERKRA NZ, Writes : " Three Years Ago My System " "s in Run Don n Condition. J One to My Restoration to Health and Strength." ALL ARE FOND OF Good Colors for Housef. not generally known not evn STnonn painters- - why certain tints and BMon wear much tetter than others on houiti, and the knowledge of just what tints an beet to use is, therefore, rather MOLASSES It '.. W Dish with Farm Favorite Hands After Hard Day's Work. Wmff mn by" Once Now The The The The tine wider on paints, in a recent book, that experiments seem to thow that these colon which resist or turn back the hi.it rays of the sun, will protect a house hrtter than those which allow these ias ,o pass through the film. Thus red is a (jood color liecause it t'niis hack, or reflects the red rayB, and the red rays are the hot rays. In general, therefore, the warn tones are good and the cold tones are poor, so far as wear is concerned. In choosing the color of paint figf your house, select il - browns, grays and olives, which, considering the various tones these tints will produce, will give a wide range from which to choose. Avoid the harsh tints, such as cold yellows Hike lemon I. cold greens (.like grass green, etc. I. and the blues. It must be that no virtue is claimed for tints in themselves, of the materials used in the paint. Any color will fade, and the paint will scale off. if adulterated white lead or canned paint is used, but if one is careful to use the best while lead some brand of a reliable manufacturer and genuine linseed oil, the warm tints mentioned above will outwear the same material tinted with the cold colors. J The Harrest ebbed a sapphire sea by vagrant breezes stirred. stubble bristles drear where reapers' blades have whirred. fields have yieldripened, ed up their gold; yeumcn in their bins the garnered bushels hold. season's wealth is In; the scales have made their test harvest sun, of red, has settled in UN West d ! 1 - a jUTlSS BICEA LEOPOLD, 137 Main street, Menasha, Wis., Sec'y Lied-erkran- z, writes : "Three years ago my system was in terrible condition and I was broken out all over my body. beran to be worried about my condition and I was plad to try anything which would relieve me. "Peruna was recommended to me as run-dow- n 1 a fine blood remedy and tonic, and I loon found that it was worthy of praise. "A few boi ties changed my condition materially and in a short time I was all over my trouble. " I owe to Peruna my restoration to health ajd strength. Jam glad to endorse it Restores Strength. Pe-ru-- Mrs. Hettie Green. R. R. 6, Iuka, 111., writes : " 1 had catarrh and feltmisera-ble- . I began the use of Peruna and began to improve in every way. My head does not hurt me so much, my appetite is good and 1 am gaining in flesh and strength." GAS USED UNDER LIME KILNS. Innovation by Connecticut Is a Success. Company The New England Lime company, of Winstead, Conn., asserts that it is the first to Introduce gas as fuel foi lime burning. The method is pro Bounced an entire success. THe growing scarcity of wood fuel led to the discovery of gas as a substitute for wood, and the company no longer considers the gas method an experiment. The efficacy and reliability of gas have been demonstrated beyond a doubt. Had it been impossible to find t substitute for wood, said a member Df the company, it would have meant the restriction and perhaps the total Gas abandonment of the business. fires are absolutely clean at all times no clinkers and no cinders and the lime produced is much whiter than that burned by wood. Gas also produces a more intense heat, and consequently increases the capacity of the kilns. The daily output at the company's kilns Is increased from 80 barrels per kiln to 100 barrels, or a total of 700 barrels daily. Switzerland's Silk Production. Few people probably suspect the extent to which Switzerland figures countries of among the the world, which, so far as Europe is concerned, have always been supposed to be France and Italy. But Switzerland exports annually silk to the value cf about $20,000,000. nearly all going to European countries. harvest Ah: by thy dally tend;ng harvest see: harv- Shalt Life's of bushels or a bursting sight to The harvest field of Life yields what thyself hath sown, And what thou garnereth is all thy very own Then on the field of Life It pays with care to tend Thy daily duty to the harvest's golden end. Sow only wholesome wheat in kernels sound and strong-Plu- ck out the stifling growth the weeds and tares of wrong! Queer Ways of Becoming Dead. circular issued by the Travellers' Insurance company tells of some queer ways in which its policyholders have met death. B. F. Elbert, of Des Moines, la. drove a pair of horses that took fright and plunged into a stream. His wagon overturned, pinned Mr. Elbert under water and he was drowned. John H. Hessler, of Wilkesbarre Once ebbed a sapphire sea by vagrant breezes stirred, Pa., while walking over a railroad Now stubble bristles drear where reapers' crossing stubbed his toe and fell, blades have whirred He died five fracturing his skull. What gleanest thou? A harvest from a minutes later. laden field Henry S. Potter, of New York, an Or shrunken grain? What is the record office doorman, when cutting bread cut of thy yield? his thumb. Blood poisoning developed and he died in 13 days. Thoughts in My Den. Charles A. Redmond, of Cincinnati, Nature abhors the old, who love her O., struck his toe against a bedpost most. Blood poisoning; followed and he died in 16 days. A man with a boil on his neck finds W. H. M. Barnes, manager of a deno joy in buildings. tective agency in Seattle, was waiting to take a steamer when he fell into Any fool can ask questions, but it the water and was drowned. takes a wise man to stop him. Patrick McGarry, proporietor of a boiler works in Chicago, was held up The older we get the more we real, by highwaymen, who fractured his ize the limits of our abilities. skull. He died three days after. He who does his level best seldom Old French Bonfire. finds it necessary to do other people. Probably the strongest detail record ed of the old midsummer eve bonfires Absence makes the husband's heart is one in connection with those that fonder after the dishes are all grow used to be lighted in the Place de Greve in Paris. The main constituent dirty. of the bonfire was a tree, which the It takes seeds to raise flowers, king was accustomed to fire with his with-Qown hands, the ashes being after- but some men can raise cain half trying. for wards carried home by the people good luck. Louis XIV. was the last No one knows what is in him un king who did his part. A mysterious he gets down to hard work and til item of earlier times was the burning mines the claim. in the bonfire of a barrel, bag or basket full of cats. The registers of Paris Too many men who have not the show that a hundred sous were paid to an official for having provided dur ability to build a dog house try their "all the cats hand at erecting palaces. ing three years (1571-3- ) required, as usual, for the fire," and Some men who think they are regalso in one year, when the king was are merely innocent lambs ular present, "a fox, to give pleasure to his with devils abnormal imaginations. majesty, and for having provided a great bag of linen in which the said It is almost worth being away cats were." from home to find, upon returning, how much she has missed yon. The Thoughtful Husband. "My dear," says the thoughtful husThe goose stands on one leg and band, entering the house with a huge holds up the other but for the life in remember his arms, "you package last week whA you secured such a of me I never could tell why. wonderful bargain in shirts at 8 cents Some men abhor vice, but rent and neckties at three for a quarter for their buildings to harlots. The love me?" of money covers a multitude of sins. "Yes, love," says the fond wife. "Well, don't think I didn't appreci Some married couples are about as ate your thoughi fulness. See, I have bought something for you. I noticed lily mated as a dachshund and a greysome beautiful green and yellow plaid hound and still they wonder why on together. goods in a show window on my way they don't get home, and bought you 80 yards of i There is no city so attractive to at four cents a yard. The clerk said the traveler as the little home "back will a and it it was great bargain, make enough dresses to last you two yonder." We see not alone with our eyes, but with our heart as well. years. Why she has fainted!" A CURED SALLOW FACES Often Caused by Coffee Drinking. How many persons realize that cof- s fee so disturbs digestion that It a muddy, yellow complexion? A ten days' trial of Postum Food Coffee has proven a means, In thousands of .cases, of clearing up bad pro-luce- complexions. A Washn. young lady tells her experience: "All of us father, mother, sister and brother had used tea and coffee for many years until finally we all had stomach troubles more or less. "We were all sallow and troubled with pimples, breath bad, disagree able taste in the mouth, and all of us simply so many bundles of nerves. "We didn't realize that coffee was the cause of the trouble until one day we ran out of coffee and went to borrow some from a neighbor. She gave us some Postum and told us to try that. "Although we started to make It, we all felt sure we would be sick If we missed our strong coffee, but we were forced to try Postum and were surprised to find it delicious. "We read the statements on the a pkg got more and in a month and half you wouldn't have known us. We were all able to digest our food without any trouble, each DOB'S skin became clear, tongues cleaned off and We never nerves in fine condition ost anything now but POitMD. There is nothing like it " Name given by Mich. Postum Co., Battle Creek. Read the little book, "The Road to fhere'i i reason." Wellvliie. istii II I ml mk Tt MssUhJLk. Bears the mmm Signature of Promotes Digestiou.Cheerfur-nes- s and rfeSt.COfltcUtrJ neither Opium.Mbrphine nor Mineral. AW Not Narcotic. of Old OStMt L PITCHER In Si BmsMiMMi l..s CiTnliMl A perfect Remedy Use forConstipa Ron, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions, Fevcmh-nes- s arid For Over Loss of Sleep. TacSimite Signature of 0sf Thirty Years NEW YORK. CASTORIA EXACT COPY OF WRAPPF.R. TMC off. We wants IlTe.aciiTeand ihoroiiRhly exrterlencewj wai salesman lu this luoaltif with sufficieui mouer Mles-nlfel- ly buy oulrlaht his first month's supply of ouf llnr Food Products "My face was afflicted with eczema year 1897. I used the Cuticura Remedies, and was entirely cured. I am a practicing physician, and very often prescribe Cuticura Resolvent and Cuticura Soap in cases of eczema, and they have cured where other formulas have failed. I am not in the habit of endorsing patent medicines, but when I find remedies possessing true merit, such as the Cuticura Remedies do, I am broad-mindeenough to proclaim their virtues to the world. I have been practicing medicine for sixteen years, and must say I find your Remedies A No. L You are at liberty to publish this letter. G. M. Fisher, M. D., Big Pool, Md., May 24, in the enable you to enjoy your meals without having to spend half your tuna between . them ovei s hot All the cooling ia done in Libbjr'i kitchen s kitchen at dean and neat at your own, and Ihore'i nothing for yen to Jo but enjoy the remit. Libby'i Product! tie (elected uteata. cooked by coolu who know how. and only the good, parti packed. For a quick and dehcioui lunch any time, in doori ot out, try Libby'a Metros Pate with Libby s Camp Sauce. Booklet free. "How k Make d Dead Libby , McNeill Good I nn Libby h C lcag Low Pressure Hollow Wire OsaeaM luuis A aitlity needed n erery store and V lew Salesmen. Business pays WANTED MorePartners' sons, students add preferred, standard ceuio Co., Kansas CUy, Specimen prices; Hold. Silver. I, end. II ; Uold. liold.MV: Z;ncnr Copper Cyanide teals. Mailing envelopes and full prtoehsi sent on application. Control and Umpire work solicited. Leadnili;. Colo. Uuferenoe. Carbonate NailonaTBaafc LAND SCRIP BosfflM aaaaef al Reserve and Railroad Scrip to Approved Forest lonil ln.l..r - A ... . v., r,..i.i .iuiuc.u SUIvevro, uiiiui United Stales Military Bounty l.ana approved Scrips Warrants; Recertified Soldiers Additional all kinds ot Land Scrip bought mid sold. H. M. HAMILTON. The Portland. Portland, Oregon. BUCHAN'S SILVER FLEECE DIP from hasn't been enthusiastically received, once delivered in the French senate an elaborate speech on the feaatblllty of invading England. 60 Bus. Winter Wheat Per Acre That' tbf viehl of Baiter's lied Crow Hfbrtd Winter Whfat. Henl In KtMBM for free sample OI same, an also catalogue of Winter wheats, Bjr, Itarley, Clovers, " Dun's, riin.wi r"BMI'l iimtiinv, a 1 H H I K I Bui ( . A Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp. Fer cbndreo teething, softeus the K'lniB, reduce allays putu, cures wind colli;. 25c a bottle. ni'i', When the average man does you a favor he never lets you forget it. If afflicted with ore yen, uite In I f WU. Tkninnenii't turn Vfatur li unquestionably the best sheep dip on the mar. ket. It curea the worst cases of SCAB without injuring the wool. Instantly scluble in water at any temperature. Non poisonous safe. XI your dealer hasn't it in stock, write Hie CARBOLIC SOAP CO.. NEW YORK CITY. rlifrit. Learn the truth about INVENTORS proreed btfor (applying for patent It may your Write for save you money and disappointment THK rTaT NBA Re II 10., HASINMJTO, D. C. W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 34, 1906. 4 The I ax ative of Known Quality There nre. two elates of remedies; those of known quality and which are permanently beneficial in effect, acting gently, in harmony with natnie, when nuture needs assistance; and another class, composed of preparations of unknown, uncertain and inferior character, acting1 temporarily, but injuriously, as a result of forcing the natural functions unnecessarily. One of the most exceptional of the remedies of known quality anil excellence is the ever pleasant Syrup of Fig-s- manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., which represents the active principles of plants, known to act most beneficially, in a pleasant syrup, in which the wholesome California! blue tigs are used to con tribute their rich, yet delicate, fruity flavor. It is the remedy the system of all remedies to sweeten ami refresh and gently and naturally, and to assist one in overcoming constipation and the many ills resulting therefrom. Its active principles and quality are known to physicians generally, and the remedy has therefore met with (heir approval, as well as with the favor of many millions of well informed persons who know of their own personal knowledge and from actual experience that it is a most excellent laxative remedy. We tin not claim that It will cure all manner of ills, but recommend it for what it really represents, a laxative remedy of known quality nud excellence, containing nothing of an objectionable or injurious character. There are two classes of purchasers: those who are informed as to the quality of what, they buy and the reasons for the excellence of articles of exceptional merit, and who do not lack courago to go elsewhere when a dealer offers an imitation of any well known article; but, unfortunately, there are some people who do not know, and who allow themselves to be Imposed upon. They cannot expect its beneficial effects if they do not get the genuine remedy. To the credit of the druggists of the United Stales be it said that nearly all of them value their reputation for professional integrity and the good will of their tnstomers too highly to offer Imitations of the , Paris Has Large Appetite. The market houses of the great city of Paris which have no colos seum or music hall attachments sold last year victuals to the amount of francs ($53,600,000), 268,000,000 of says lie Cri de Paris. "We have eat en in round figures," says the jour nal, "51,000,000 kilos (a kilo is about 2 meats; pounds) of butcher's 21,000,000 kilos of poultry and game; 15,000,000 kilos of fruits and vege tables', 4,000.000 kilos of mushrooms. (!); 39,000,000 kilos of sea fish; kilos of freshwater fish; 14, 000,000 kilos of cheese, without count ing many other appetizing commodi- ties." 5 That Settles It. "Gee! is that the bonnet I put up my good mazuma for?" "Yes, dear; don't you like it?" "Like it! It looks like a mangled cake basket." "I know it does." "Then why In the world did you gel It?" "It'B the style." The bill collector always appears sordid and grasping to the man who has just returned from communing with nature on his summer vacation. "What shall I do with all the days that must he counted ere see thy face?" writes a Kansas man and hours I How would It do to his inamorata. to suck cider through a straw or try filling a straight from the top side? see thee in my dreams, svtt-heart- , and yet I cannot reach thee!" writes a Chicago man on his vacation to his best girl. I'll bet that fellow would hug a girl in the a labor day parade was "I park-whil- e The ambitionless man Is frequently happier than Is he of restless ambition. Progress Is built by men scourging themselves to great deeds The contented man seldom bulldf castles. The revolution Is on in Russia. Despite his wishes, the horoscope suggests that Czar Nicholas mvr soon say with Richard II: "I give this heavy weight from off Literal. The new office DOJ was round sitting In his chair with the telephone head transmitter in his lap And from my hand. unwieldy "What in the world are you do- The this pride of kingly sway from out my boss. the asked ing?" heart. "A fellow called up a little while ago," replied the future bond of the firm, "and told BM to hold the 'phone till he called again ." Uppincott's. W00 as HOWARD E. BURTON, ASc9VMer9T.ND to Eat.' , I home and fully compinni; with insurance rules. Trj such a man wo will give exclusive sules right i anes if goons uot sola guarantee to refund money days. Fnrlherpariieulars on request. The Stanaarfrt R. Chicago, Its) UalatedSt., 98l Co., Ulllou Light MIUCKLLAMCOM. 1906." Gen. Mercier In England. Gen. Mercier, who has fled Paris to England, where he MIITUI CtHMNT. Mw TOM SALESMEN WANTED. OF ECZEMA. ' Iceland's First Theater. Iceland's first theater was founded only in 1897 and there is only one in the island at Reykajavik but tt has taken firm root. The dramatic sea son ' opens in October and closee at the end of April, when a large part ot the inhabitant go fishing. 1 Maryland Physician Cures Himself Dr. Fisher Says: "Cuticura Remedies Possess True Merit." i Always Bcught similating ihcFooclandRctfula ting the Stomachs and Bowels of (ew DOCTOR For Infants gad Children. Avfcgelable lYepaMUontbr As s be, f". F5p - The Kind You Have Another D.g at Powers. days ago Gov. Cobb, ol and Hon. W. R. Pattangall, Maine, prominent in politics in the same stnte, were together on a train. Mr. Pattuugail is a lawyer and an editor, the writer of the humorous "Meddy-bempLetters'' appearing in his paper, the Machias Union. In the course of conversation. Gov. Cobb remarked to Mr. Pattangall: "I don t see why you and Llwellyn Powers should be so extremely antagonistic to each other. Neither of you ever fails to give the other a rap when there is opportunity." At this point an interested listener in the car leaned toward their chairs and asked: "Is it really true that Powers is of Indian descent?" "Well, the Indians deny it," Mr. Pattangall answered, in his inimitable manner. A .1- 11 "LI e Held? garn-e- ' nuclei-stoo- The harvest year is done! What treasure didst thou gain? What said the stales in pounds wlan weighing out thy grain? How planted thee? And what? And how beneath the sun Didst thou thy daily vigils keep With work begun? Didst toil a faithful day o'er healthy planted seed Or didst thou, careless, tarry whilst the grass and weed Crept in and left their suckers on thy For by that record did thy est yield! CASTQRIA ha v. a The farm hands, a dozen brawny colored men, had washed at the pump, and now sat patiently and quietly at the table. Soon their dinner appeared. There was some kind of boiled pork a long, low oblong of ' pure white fat, with just one hread of lean running through it; and there was pone, delicious pone made by the Southern cook; and there were potatoes, coffee and black moiasses. The men put the black molasses on their fat pork. The fanner said: "It is amazing how farm hands like molasi-es- . like it myself. The long, hard work in the sunny fields gives you an appetite that nothing satisfies as molasses will. "I tiseJ to have an overseer who could no more have eaten his dinner without molasses than without a knife. He would take on his plato meat, potatoes, corn, beans and so on, and he would chop and minglo these things together, adding bits of bread besides, and lastly he would take the molasses jug and pour on about half a pint. That seems like a heavy and sickening dish for the hot noon of an August day, doesn't it? I tell you, though, it tastes good to 4 man who has been toiling in a blazing field since sunrise. I've tried it, and I know." is m mum fe M 11. 'V . mm mm l wii . Ik wm Wmmk Genuine Syrup of Figs manufactured by the California buy the genuine article and to only to note, when inly California Pig Syrup package, l'rice, 50c, per bottle. pun-basing- Co.-pla- Rg S nip Co.. and in order to gel its beneficial ehVrts. one has the full name of the Company printed on the front of every One size only.