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THRILLING ADVENTURE THEIR PREVENTION AND CURE. Xovember is the month of falling nations As the ).'ieat Lu!k of elvilizeo is located in the Temperate rtieHumdn System Must Adjust itself to Changing ones, the effect ol changing sea sons is a ques tion of the high- est impprtance When theweath er b a a 1 n a tc from warm to cold, when cool nights succeed hoi Bights, when clear, cold days follow hot, sultry days, the human body must adjust itself to thu changed condition or perish. The perspiration incident to warm weather has been checked. This detains within the system polflononi materials which have heretofore found escape through the perspiration Most of the poisonous material a re tained in the system by the checked perspiration find their way out of the body, if at all, through the kidneys This throws upon the kidneys extra labor. They become charged ami overloaded with the poisonous excretory materials. This has a tendency to inflame the kidneys, producing functional diseases of the kidneys arid sometimes Bright' Disease. Parana acts upon the skin by stimulating the eniimclory glands and ducts, thus preventing the detention of poisonous materials which should pass out. Peruna invigorates the kidneys and encourages them to fulfill their function in spite of the chills and discouragements of cold weather. reruns ia a combination of Pe a is a well-trieharm R e less remedies For Climatic that have stood change ru-n- World-Renowne- d d y the test of time. ur.e ot the distinctive characters 01 western liie a few years back was the "Miny-rider,who was or the only means of public oommunlca-tion between one settlement and an- other. Their routes were over sections of country where stage roads had not been opened, sometimes extending for many miles, and sometimes serving only as connecting links between lines already established. Some of these riders were young men for such a responsible duty, you Might think, hut they had been brought up in the country, had taken part In its adventures, dangers and tiial.s. and ;it eighteen or twenty years of age were as manly, courageous and saga- ctout on the trail as you would expert men of forty to be. The lives of these mail carriers were full of adventure. The country through which they rode was wild and unsettled, and encounters with Indians, wild beasts and desperado highwaymen were frequent. One of the pluckiest riders was littie Sam Dudley. He was only eight- een years old, and nis build was as slight as a woman's, but the strongest man couldn't stand fa- tigue any better than Sam. He seemed to be made up of steel and steam. Sam bad a route that was particu-- j larly dangerous, as it lay in a region where bands of Shoshone Indians were always prowling about. War- path or no war-patthey robbed and butchered white men whenever they found them at a disadvantage, and when pursued by parties sent out to avenge the outrage they hid them- " mail-carrie- 1 - - eacn otner, tne Indians stopped, tneu guns in their hands. Sam stopped also and unsiung his rifle. Perhaps at this distance he might prove to be the better shot and pick off one 01 two of them if their bullets missed him. Anyway, he much preferred to fight with 2011 yards between them and he resolved to move no farther, but wait for developments. Meanwhile the Indians conferred with each other for a few minutes and one of theui signed for him to come He prompt!) on. signed that he wouldn't do it At this the redskins started toward him, holding up their hands in token of fi ii ndship. Hut Ham was too shrewd to be caught in such a trap he knew them too well. .Mis reply was a shot from his rifle, and one of the Indians tumbled off his horse, The other two immediately fired at him, their halls whistling harmlessly Sam fell by him, but, nevertheless, 'rom his pony to the ground, and lay still in the long grass. The pony stood like a rock, for Sam had thrown the reins over his head, All this time his enemies were loping rapidly toward him. Anothet shot from them would no doubt have finished him he dared not risk it he must deceive them by a ruse. Would it succeed? It was a des perate chance, and as he lay there thinking about it, and listening to the tramp of the approaching horses, who will think it strange if he trembled a little, brave as he was? Hut he needed all his nerve, and he pulled himself well together, got his rifle ready, and raising his head and t Diseases. Many of these remedies have been used by doctors and by the people In Europe and America for a hundred years. Peruna has been used by Dr. Hart-main his private practice for many years with notable results. Its efficacy has been proven by decades of use by thousands of people, and has been substantiated over and over by many thousands of homes. Charley's uncle from Oklahoma was Spread Rapidly Over Body Limbs and Arms Had to Be Bandaged Marvelous Cure by Cuticura. "My son, who Is now twenty-twyears of age, whey he was four months old began to have eczema on his face, spreading quite rapidly until he was nearly covered. We had all the doctors around us, and some from larger places, but no one helped him a particle. The eczema was something terrible, and the doctors said It was 'he worst case they ever saw. At times his whole body and face wero I had to covered, all but his feet. his bandage his limbs and arms; A friend scalp was just dreadful. teased mo to try I utlcura. and I began to use all three of the Cuticura He was better In two Remedies. months; and In six months he was well. Mrs. R. I.,. Rlsley. Plermont, H., Oct. 24, 1905." Sweet Thoughts. An Atchison father Is very much He recently bought his disgusted. daughter a $75 gold watch, and she Isn't as pleased with It as she was with a box of chocolates a young man sent her. The watch from her fathehr means nothing, but the chocolates seem to mean enough to cause her to sit and look out into the dark and think, and think, hours at a time Atchison Globe. MUSCULAR AILMENTS The Oid Monk-Curwill contracted Straighten out muscle In a jifly. e ST JACOBS OIL Don't pUy possum with pain, but 'tends strictly to business. Price 25c and 30c r Just Because. your bead is lead ami your tacit are light tlie sidewalk lieaves in the turtrid night; re weak and your Wbsn your peg breath in strung vou lik lauuti tinn- - at some foolish And pn le drunk. liui why" you're drunk' my bo love the saloon Do you keeper better than your wife'.' And that his wife Is bavea'l you noticed always better dressed than yours'.' Let us put down the demon rum.' everybody's war cry but. unfortunately, the majority seems to be In favor of not only putting down rum, hut of putting enough on top to hold it there. Some men never drink but twice a day before and after is Are you one of these strong, stal wart, brave men who can take a drink and leave it alone? know hundreds I of fellows brainy, just like you. Some of rhem still can boast and others have such a "still" mi they cannot speak above a slobber The man never lived that could beat John Barleycorn at his own game! big. selves among the rocks and lay quiet until It was safe to come out again. This was down in Nevada, near the Toqnima mountains. Sam rode from Austin to San Juan, a distance of fifty miles, his course running most of the way along the Reese river. ouui was une in nan juau one aiternoon about three o'clock, hut that nour passen, ant men tour o ctoca, and lie had not arrived. he mat agent seemed to he a trifle uneasy as he talked about Hie delax :, He said Sam Dudlev, the rider, was as brave a fellow as ever straddled a pouch, but there were bands ot In- dians all along his route, and he thought it was only a question of time when thev would wing him. He had already had adventures with them, in which his escapes had been little less than marvelous, and it was while he was telling me about one of them that we heard shouts outside his cabin, followed by the sound of a horde's feet at a rapid gallop. Every one hurried out and saw a sight that was by no means uncommen in sucn a country, a young tei- low. apparently a mere boy In years. was riding toward the station on a dark-hamustang. His buckskin clothes were soiled and bloody, and his left arm hung limp and useless at his side. His right grasped the long black hair of an Indian's scalp, which he swung round and round above his head. The reins lay upon the pony's neck, but the beast knew his stopping place and needed no guiding. In a minute more he had halted and all anxiously approached the rider. It was Sam Dudley, the young mail QarTier, pale and weak from wounds and loss of blood. lie was helped off the pony's back, but fainted before b got Into the agent's cabin. The mall pouch was safe, however. Sam was not long coining to him self again. His left arm was broken above the elbow by a rifle ball nnd another ball hail entered bis chest near the left shoulder. Neither wound was dangerous. About five miles from San Juan, as he w:is ioc"inir atoni; ill :i easy niiee over a stretch of tableland, he saw three mounted Indians some distance ahead of him They were coming from an easterly direction and their course would Intersect his almost at right angles. They evidently saw him and he had no doubt they would attack him; that was what they were there - . - ..,'. for. m i 1 1 con-han- 111 ii tic U'lliiiTieil mii hia' riloriM TT hi - TEA GROWN ijjjj TRY ..IT.. BVr FROM yovr GROCER TURNED HIM INTO Yoyng A FREAK. Man's Unfortunate Experience With a "Hair Wash." There is a young resident of the upper western MSCtipp of the town who is blessed with dignity beyond h?j years, and vith a sister whose years, albeit these number but 24, are beyond her common sense, says the New York Pre.-- j. One night, having an extra guest, and the sister being away at at seashore. Binks occupied his sister's room for the night. Discovering on her toilet table a bottle marked hair wash, and thinking that perhaps, his own not ovet 'uxuriau crop required attention, he applied the contents of the bottle liberally to his scalp locks, rubbing it in with thoroughness. The following day, two hours before any business house opened its doors, an individual with a slouch hat pulled down over his ears and having all the signs of dementia went speeding down town on the subway express. Wild eyed and incoherent he sought the establishment of one of the best hairdressers in town. He has repeated his visit to the shop every morning since that time and the specialist is slowly removing known to his by occult processes trade, the brilliant gold streaks whicb were so noticeable amid the jetty black of the remainder of the coiffure RATES Usefulness of the Bachelor. The bachelor is a useful person in this world. A woman who has reasoned the whole thing out concludes that he contributes indirectly to the happiness of her sex. Her view of it is this: "I don't know why one's husband's bachelor chums should, as a rule, be so deadly dull, but they usually are, and, as a matter of fact, it was probably their dullness which originally drove him into matrimony, only he has not the sense to see it." There would be fewer married if it weren't for the bachelors. Townscnd's Enamel Cream Makes attractive faces immediately. Superior to face powders. Its use is not detected. For sale everywhere. 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Samson awakened suddenly and dis covered that Delilah was chopping his hair without any regard to the latest styles in the ancient tonsorial parlors. "What ails you?" thundered Samson. "Can't you cut my hair straight without taking so many hacks?" Delilah smiled over her huge shears. "All right, pet," she assured. "After this I will take automobiles." Refusing to crack a smile at Delilah's alleged wit, Samson put on his shin guards and rushed out to join a football team. Chicago Daily News. Answer. . THE , a"'! took the scalp of the Indian he had just killed. Then mounting his pony, he dashed off toward San Juan. -Chicago Dally News. Jane's ,; From Utah and Idaho to All Points Like Attracting Like. East and Return, via the Santa Fe. "Do you see any good reason why From Ogden and Salt Lake City to: a doctor should not also be a poet?" "Certainly not; isn t poetry a drug Missouri river points $32.00 $44.50 in the market?" Chicago 6t. Louis $39.50 Proportionate rates from Idaho and other points. Dates of sale, Nov. 20th and Dec. 18th, 19m;. Return limit, tio days. Send for literature. C. F. WARREN, Agent A. T. & S. F. Ry., 411 Dooly Blk., Salt Lake City, Utah. g what could he do? To turn back was no safer than to go forward, for they would pursue and overtake him Then, even if they had no hostile Intentions, his running from them would be sine ),i bring them alter bim So he determined to go ahead and tiust to his usual good luck either to outrun or outwit them. Without With umbrella an rubbers to keep off slackening speed lie rode on toward On a lie ram very tnotSt morning I met little He was armed, of course. A ihem Jane. was across his rife slung repeating "Are you WstlT" I Inquired. "Ob no, back and a revolver and a knife were can't you ee tinBrsadfuH I'm andat si in k in his belt. weather' said she. U lien tiM Wart within 100 yards ol -- C K. tauter, in 8t Nli hola Hut REDUCED home. The third and last foe was dead. his wounds-thinkinForgetting only of his triumph over his would-b- ATKfNSON. I used shoulders, took deliberate aim at the foremost Indian not 200 feet away. and fired. Tne sava(,e and ail0ther ri(,,.r. it wouldn't be popular to discuss lesH horstl went noundmg ovei. t!le that and besides it would be a displain Qi(.k uhtnin!, Sanl fired grace. again, this time at his last remaining j()e an(j horse and Indian both Yes, I know it's time to ring off. dropped This isn't a popular subject. We like Exulting in his easy victory, the to disregard it and for my part, I'm , ., 'eaped to his willing. I'm no temperance crank teet-- to see the thu d Indian not dead. with long hair and a celluloid collar-- but as he thought, but running toward sometimes I cannot help musing bim, gun at the ready. His horse had on how free this world would be from been shot, but he was unhurt, suffering and woe and tears if liquor I He was not were dispensed Sa,n waa Mtounded with entirely. ;t victor af,er all: on the how women wonder would he many cry trry, m,w raced hls Kreatt peril. This themselves to sleep for joy iiasneu upon nun as tne Indian if this were possible? st.ipped. raised his gun and fired. A sharp, quick spasm of wonder bow many men would find pain shot through Sam's left arm, and it fell their salaries raised and their chilhelpless to his side the ball had dren better provided for. and how shattered it. This made him drop his many bad citizens would become good rife to the ground, but his coolness ones, and how many thugs would have and courage did not leave him. The to hunt new rendezvous, and how gun had not fairly touched the grass many painted women would have to before he had drawn his revolver and turn to cooking for a living'1 laken alm at ,he savage, but the ,at. Hut. as ,er was equanv quiok with hjf, gun said, this isn't a popular xhe two reports rang 011t as om. an(j subject, and arj how this is as far as so good-by- . both men feU my car goes Dudley was shot In the chest near "Woman's hand has done much to the left shoulder, and the shock He did not lose guide this old ship of state into pros- dropped him. sciousness. however, and soon rnan tn his feet ready to renew the fight Hut this was not necessary. His last shot had been fired from a distance of twenty paces, and it had gone straight ,.,,. EDWARD Whom Could He Mean? happened last evening to be talking politics with a physician a gooc physician and one I trust, says a writei in the Boston Transcript. Presently he said: "Did you ever hear of G P. I.?" "Who's he?" I asked. "Oh," exclaimed the doctor, "G. P. I isn't a politician; it's a disease gen eral paralysis of the insane." Then he explained that the malady begins with delusions of grandeur, thai the patient thinks himself great, thai he conceives enormous ambitions, tin dertakes colossal enterprises, display.' frantic energy. Only, he accomplishes nothing. suppose he could, yon know there are thousands and thousands of weak, vacillating fellows who have not the strength to hold out long against strong drink. Wouldn't it be better to deny yourself a little and by example help those who go to the grass every time they get into a bout with Mr. Manhattan and his ilk? And You can tell them every time! The morning newspaper prints the story, but it seldom says anything about how many tummies were filled with firewater and why a wobbly chauffeur tan into a car full of women and maimed and killed the entire party! Dropping From His Horse to the Ground He opened Fire on the Indians. ON The late Edward Atkinson used to tell the following story at hts own expense: In his boyhood he was one ot i number of boys who used to play ball on the Boston common, which was then against the law. At recular intervals old Erastus Clapp, the constable, would bear down upon the trespassers and put them to flight. The boys used to have great fun with this rather choleric old man Disastrous Clapp the boys dubbed him. OBe day after Mr. Atkinson had grown up into a prosperous and re Jpected business man. while passing along a Boston street in company with a friend, he recognized in a bent and wizened old man the likeness of hit Old acquaintance. Constable Clapp Mr. Atkinson Immediately addressed the old fellow. "Don't you remember Mr me, Clapp?" he asked. The old man leaned oh his stick and surveyed Air Atkinson coldly "Naw," he finally answered, and start ed to hobble on. "Wrhy, I'm Eddie Atkinson, whom you used to chase off the common years ago." Clapp glared at him suspiciously and finally put an end to the inter view, much to the amusement of Mr Atkinson's friend, by saying sharply: "Well, sir, no honest boy ever had cause to run from me." BN to think the temperance with his total abstinence he pledge was a freak. Sometimes was but I have since observed that it is better to be a sober freak than a drunken good fellow. Have you noticed how many accidents and how much suffering are directly traceable to indulgence in strong drink? Ever read of an automobile wreck that suggested a mixture of liquor and young blood? One of the best conglomerations extant is a man about town, ten or eleven drinks of whisky and an automobile! up town being shown the sights, he having come in the day before with a few loads of steers, and Charley was WORST CASE OF ECZEMA. I MI 1 The Man from Oklahoma Thought It Was a Woodpecker. doing the honors. They were walking along on (irand avenue discussing the tall buildings, when all of a sudden one of those rackety riveting machines began hammering away at high speed on a top story of a steel skyscraper building. The old man stopped as if he'd run against, something. He turned his eyes In the direction of the sound but could make out nothing. When he turned to his bewildered nephew his eyes were fairly popping. "Great Scott!'' he exclaimed. "But I'd like to see that woodpecker. It must be a whopper." Kansas City Star. WITH Ming- ONE Tart Reply to His Cordial Greeting of Oid Friend. ) apostle RATTLE OF THE RIVETER. N I OF THE SONY RIDER' temperatures. Over all the temperate regions the fcot weather ha.s passed and the first ngns ct have appeared I T1S2 perous waters, says an exchange. What about the slipper that has pad died the captain into keeping the right course? ESTABLISHED 1862 Pair of Thoughts. If baldness Is a sign of brains the billiard cue must be too wise for any A 1 thing There Is a line opening for some real good grafters who will organize a company to bridge the oceans, ant sell stock Somebody is overtooktai a bet A-- W J-trrfftW 170 HAIPt J I. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.