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Boh Devoured by Wolved. postinan named Kelemer and hid wife recently met with a terrible , at Hungary. 4eath, Kelemer hA not returned home after his day's round at his usual time. His wife became anxious. She knew her husband had to travel over deserted roads covered with snow and that the presence of wolves in the district had been reported. She spent several hours at the window, but a? he did not return she ran Into the village and inquired if any one had seen him. No one had seen the post man and the ife set out in search of him. She also did not return. A few hours later some neighbors went to look for her. They came across some torn garments and a few bones. They were all that remained of the postman and his wife, who had been devoured by wolves. A Buda-Pesth- $30 CALIFORNIA $30 Round trip via Salt Lake Route Sale begins April 2Gth. Write today. J. H. Hurtner. Salt Lake City. Rivers in Mountains. peculiarity of the Blue mountains of Pennsylvania is that they are divided by rivers that break through the walls at intervals of 27 miles. From the Susquehanna to the Swatara is 27 miles; also from the Swatara to the Schuylkill, from the Schuylkill to the Lehigh, from the Lehigh to the Delaware, and from the Delaware to the hollow in New Jersey known as Culver's pond, the intervals are the same. It would be most difficult to account for such a coincidence. A $30 California & Ret. Salt Lake Route. A MISSOURI WOMAN Tells a Story of Awful Suffering and Wonderful Relief. t Mrs. J. D. Johnson, of C03 Hickman St., Columbia, Mo., says: T 'Following an operation two yea-ago, dropsy set in, and my left side wa-b- o swollen the doctor said he would have to tap out the water. There was constant pain and a gurgling sensation around my heart, and I could not raise my arm above my head. The kidney action was disor dered and passages of the secretions On the advice of my too frequent. husband I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. Since using two boxes my trouThis ts wonble has not reappeared. " derful, after suffering two years Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a bwc We-- Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. Foster-Milbur- Out of His Line. man living in the country far from any physician was taken sud deuly ill. Hi family, in great alarm, not knowing what to do, sent for a neighbor, who had a reputation for doctoring cows. "Can't you give father something to help him?" asked one of the sons. "Wa-al- , I don't know nothin' about doctorin' people." "You know more than we do, for you can doctor cows. Now what do you give them when they are sick?" "Waal," I allers give Epsom salts. You might try It on him." "How much shall we give him?" Inquired the son. "Wa al, I give cows Just a pound. Your father is a quarter as big as a cow give him a quarter of a pound." A Short Cut to Secrecy. The officials of the imperial Chinese telegraph administration have been notified that it has been decided to Inflict the penalty of decapitation upon any telegraph employe who may In future be found guilty of revealing In a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASA powder. It cures painful, smart the contents of secret official telenervous feet and ingrowing nails. Ing, to outsiders South China grams It's the greatest comfort discovery of Morning Post, Hongkong. the age. Makes new shoes easy. A certain cure for sweating feet. Sold $30 California & Ret. Salt Lake Route by all Druggists, 25c. Accept no substitute. Trial package, FREE. AdEngland's Best Soldiers. dress A. S. Olmsted. Le Roy. N. Y. The recruiting sergeant of does not find his best recruits at the Little One's Prayer. country fair, but In the great towns, Mary always gets a little piece of where the street urchin, after a little candy every day to keep her from be a One day she was training, develops ing naughty. bravery that has stood the country In naughty, and she did not get her good stead upon many critical occacandy. That night when she was gosions. Country Life, London. ing to bed she said her prayers as follows: "Our Father, who art in heaven, WAIT FOR THIS. please give me my daily candy." Only $30 round trip to California, No conquest Is so severe as his who via Salt Lake Route. Write for full information to J. H. Burtner, Salt labors to subdue himself. T. a Kem-pis- . Lake City. HORSE GETS HELP FOR INJURED MAN Mr. medical attention lecessaiy A'urdeman went to his home a block from the physicijui'l office. "The other afternoon Mr. Wurdeman had business on Fourteenth street and used the horse and buggy. SIGN READS OVER BUlTOh While returning to his home the horse near Fourbecame unmanageable teenth street and Massachusetts avePhysician Follows Intelligent Equine nue. Rearing on its haunches, the to Helpless Owner animal lunged forward and dashed Remarkable 'long the avenue at breakneck Story from a Hitherto Respeed. liable Source. ,. ..en It reached the alley half way Washington. A Washington paper, j( tween Thirteenth and Fourteenth which has always borne a high repu- streets the frightened horse galloped tation for scrupulous veracity, prints t;p on the sidewalk. Whirling around on the wheels on the right side the the following: "Stranger than fiction is the story buggy crashed into the front fence of a big bay horse that threw J. H surrounding Dr. Woodward's lawn. Mr. Wurdeman was unseated and hurled a distance of 20 feet, striking his head on the fence. He fell to the sidewalk N. JM ininio'" in a dazed condition, bleeding profusely from the ugly gash over his right ANIMAL THROWS DRIVER. THEN PUSHES DOCTOR'S DOORBELL WITH NOSE. eye. He Summoned the "Unrestricted and untrammeled the horse stood for a moment by the prostrate driver, and then, as if possessed of human instincts, marched up the concrete walk leading to the porch on the side of the physician's residence and mounted the platform. "At the door of the physician's office there is an electric bell with a Over this was fmall push button. fashioned a highly polished nickel 'Patients enplated sign reading: ter without ring.' This evidently attracted the attention of the horse. Suffice to say, the vigorous and continued ringing of the bell attracted a member of the family to the door. "Words could scarcely express the surprise of the woman when she opened the glass door and saw a horse that looked as big as all out of doors standing at the entrance of the office, rubbing his nose up and down on the nickel plated sign. When the woman uttered a scream the horse He took his nose from the sign. thrust his head into the vestibule and eyed her quizzically. "The physician went to the porch to back the animal to the street, when he saw a crowd around a fallen man, whose face and clothing were covered with blood. Mr. Wurdeman was taken into the physician's office, where the wound was washed and dressed by Dr. Woodward.' Doctor. y devil-may-car- e Stairs for Health. Some time ago I advocated as a healthful exercise, and I attribute a good deal of dyspepsia and minor maladies of life to the modern craze for elevators. J. A. Sterry, in London Graphic. stalr-cllntbln- g The Evolution of Household Remedies. The modern patent medicine business is the natural Outgrowth of the household remedies. In the early history of this country, $30 California & Ret. Salt Lake Route, EVERY FAMILY HAD ITS HOMEWhere Mrs. Sage Finds Relief. MADE MEDICINES. Herb teas, Mrs. Russell Sage has many advisbitters, laxatives and tonics, were to be ers, but there is none whose opinions found in almost every house, compoundshe holds in higher regard than some ed by the housewife, sometimes assisted of the simple and unaffected village folk who live at Lawrence, L. I., near by the apothecary or the family doctor. her summer home. They have a way Such remedies as picra, which was of speaking their opinions frankly and aloes and quassia, dissolved in apple they have nothing to gain. Often last brandy. Sometimes a hop tonic, made summer when her doors wore besieged of whiskey, hops and bitter barks. A by scores of persons seeking money score or more of popular, home-mad- e for all sorts of purposes educational, remedies were thus compounded, the religious or for more or less chlnierf cal schemes it was a relief for her formulae for which were passed along to talk to somebody who had no ax to from house to house, sometimes written, grind and was not looking for con- sometimes verbally communicated. The patent medicine business is a tributions. natural outgrowth from this whole$30 California & Ret. Salt Lake Route. In the begincustom. some, old-tining, some enterprising doctor, imWoman's Intuition. Most women, nire. or otherwise, pressed by the usefulness of one of have more or less the great natural these home-mad- e remedies, would take gift possessed by few of our "lords it up, improve it in many ways, manuand masters" of Intuition. Where facture it on a large scale, advertise it men climb, we flv. Woman's Life mainly through almanacs for the home, and thus it would become used over a $30 California & Ret. Salt Lake Route. large area. LATTERLY THE HOUSEIce Mountain. HOLD REMEDY BUSINESS TOOK One of the natural curiosities of A MORE EXACT AND SCIENTIFIC this country is the Hampshire lcr mountain on the banks of North FORM. Peruna was originally one of these creek, 26 miles from Winchester, Va. remedies. It was used by the For about a quarter of a mile the old-tiwest side of this mountain Is cov Mennonites, of Pennsylvania, before it ered with loose bowlders and stones was offered to the public for sale. Di of light color, the mass extending all Hartman, THE ORIGINAL COMthe way down to the river. By lift- POUNDER OF PERUNA, is of ing these stones on any day In the origin. First, he prescribed it year, crystals of ice can always be for his neighbors and his patients. found securely hidden iu the crevices The sale of it increased, and at last he beneath. established a manufactory and furCondemned to Silence. nished it to the general drug trade. John B. Moran, district attorney of Peruna is useful in a great many Boston, has been ordered by physicians to abstain absolutely from talk climatic ailments, such as coughs, colds, ore throat, bronchitis, and catarrhal Ing for an Indefinite period. During THOUSANDS OF the recent political campaign he diseases generally. strained his vocal chords badly. He FAMILIES HAVE LEARNED THE smoked a great deal and that made USE OF PERUNA and its value in the the situation worse. Now he has been treatment of these ailments. They compelled to forego the society of have learned to trust and believe in "My Lady Nicotine" for a time, beDr. Hartman's judgment, and to rely sides confining himself to whispered on his remedy, Peruna. speech, and very little of that Webster's Idea of liberty. Because Webster: Liberty exists In proportion to wholesome rest taint. It storm old-tim- e Men-noni- Jusr Met Death In Oven. An old woman who lived alone In cottage near Zurich, Switzerland, was In the habit, when feeling unwell, of lotting Into B hot oven for a sort of Turkish bath. When inside she used to close and roopra the oven door by means of a small cord. The other day she was taking one of these baths, and In attempting to open the door she broke the string. Home days later she was found dead In the oven IQffOcatod or starved. From the woman's distorted body she had a desperate death struggle. dont confine,. fT yourself JfcC inaoors nr - PROVIDE FOR YOUR BODILY COMFORT by wearing I f. C HP WATERPROOF OILED CLOTHINO Every Gfirmnt vutronirrti Oood enough to last Low in I'rif p r" yvars 3 t te Wurdeman, Jr., of 1115 ftreet northwest, in front Thirteenth of Dr. H. Wells Woodward's office, 1318 Massachusetts avenue northwest, and afterwards rang the physician's doorbell, summoning the latter to the aid of the injured driver about 6:30 o'clock the other evening. Mr. Wurdeman received a severe laceration of th'j scalp over the right eye. Strangely enough. Dr. Woodward is an eye, ear and throat specialist. After receiving the lammatlC4.aUiayapaln,cureB wludcouc. 2&e,botU- It's preacher difficult for tight fisted to hold his congregation. Old Sofas, Backs of Chairs, etc.. ean be dyed FADELESS with Pl'TXAM OVKS, fast, bright, durable colors Australians Will Go Back. Australia has arranged for the repatriation of 1.000 discouraged Australians now in South Africa. Take Gartield Tea in the Spring it will of headache, lassitude wive you many da and general ill health. This natural laxative purities the blood, cleanses the system and establishes a normal action of liver, kidneys and bowels. Change Wrought by Time. Dlnizulu, the Zulu chief once widely known and feared in war, has a graphophone with which he entertains his guests. He has also an organ built in England, on which he plays. Famous Book Free. Every reader of tins paper can get free of charge one of Dr. Coffee's famous books which tells of S new method by which persons afflicted with Head Deafness, Noises, Sore Eyes, Failing Sight from any cause, can cure themselves at home at 6mall expense. Write a letter immediately to Dr. W, O. Coffee, 300 Century lildg., Des Moines, la. Bishop Potter's Answer. clergyman in a remote country district wrote last Easter time to Bishop Potter, saying that he was about to take a wife, and asking if, to save some other clergyman a long and weary journey, he could not marry himself. The bishop's reply was marveloua-lconcise. It said: "Could you bury yourself?" A young y Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one way to cure deafness, and that lsby constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an lntlamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube la Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It ts entirely closed. Deafness Is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine casea out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We win give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Haifa Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free, V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills fur constipation. World's Cheapest Gas. According to the Gas World, pride of place as the suppliers of the cheapest gas in the world is now shared with the Widnes corporation by the Sheffield Gas company of England, who have just announced a reduction of one penny per thousand cubic feet In the price, making the new scale Is. 4d., Is. 2d., and Is., according to consumption, and Is. for gas used in gas engines. The Widnes scale is Is. Id. and Is. 3d., with lid. ter gas used for quarters. In a minute Hartman was power purpose. GIANT COP THROTTLES stripped of his clothes. This process No Offense. hurt Hartman's flesh so much that he BEAR BEFORE CROWD First Stranger (on train) Do you forgot his modesty. By an uppercut on the bear's nose he gained his freeever quarrel with your ,wffe? Second Stranger Never. BIG CINNAMON'S DASH FOR LIB- dom and cast the lasso another time. First Stranger Have any trouble ERTY CUT SHORT BY with the hired girl? BLUECOAT. Second Stranger Not me. First Stranger Don't your children worry you at times? Camden, N. J Ed Hartman, one of Second Stranger No, indeed. Camden's giant cops, had a hand to First Stranger Say, I don't like to hand fight the other night with a cincall you a liar, but namon bear as big as himself. HartSecond Stranger Oh, that's all man, at the expense of nearly all his right I'm a bachelor. clothes, won out and trussed the bear with a clothesline. About 1,000 people saw the struggle and cheered Hartman. After the struggle, when he condiawoke to his less than half-clation, Hartman fled precipitately. The bear came in over the Pennsylvania railroad in charge of two train ers. Something on its journey made the cinnamon mad, and on the plaza in front of the terminal, It bowled over its two custodians and made a break for liberty. Hartman heard about it, rushed into a grocery store and seized a roll of clothesline, and ran for the He ran into the bear, and station. bruin promptly gave him a side swipe that sent Hartman ten feet away. The cop, who is six feet eight inches Bruin Hurled Him Back with a Blow. and weighs 250 pounds, got his breath and started for the bear again. He had This time it settled about bruin's neck. Hartman drew it tight, and in anformed the rope into a lasso and cast the noose. The loop fell short, and other minute had it wound so close as Hartman dragged it in the cinna- about the bear that its tongue hung mon made a feint and got into close out. ' Ambition. An Animal-Lover'To bo a genuine lover of animals, end to be able to effect an improTwhich ment in the breed of those peal most to one's fancy, is to a4P Iresh and lasting source of enjoyment to life Country Life. s J n. WlntJow'a Soothing Syrop. for children teething, SOftoM the gurus, reduce b f WEIGHT AND HEALTH THIN, NERVOUS PEOPLE NEED THE TONIC TRFATMENT. This Woman Took Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, Gained Thirty Pounds and Has Been Well Ever Since. How many women and men too are sutTi ring from a general decline in health which the ordinary remedies seem unable to check ! How many husbands see their wives wasting away, beauty, and steadily losing health and are powerless to help I Consumption aud otlier germ diseases find in these debilitated systems easy prey, for the lowered vitality is unequal to the task of fighting off the infection of these diseases to which most of us are almost daily exposed. The symptoms indicating the decline which may have results so fatal could scarcely be better described tlum in the statement of Mrs. William Manley, of 92 Court street, TJtica, N. Y. Her case to a typical one. She says: "For six months after the birth of my baby, I Buffered from sick, dizzy headaches, which seemed like a rush of blood to my forehead, just back of my Some days they twitched sol eyes. could hardly see and black spots floated before them. The least exertion brought on this sickness. My appetite was poor and I was often sick to my stomach. 'If I tried to work my feet soon became swollen, paining me terribly. 1 had sinking spells and grew pale and nervous. I was so thin that I weighed only 515 pounds. "One day when at the drug store to get headache powders I decided to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills instead. I soon noticed that my headache was disappearing and my nerves gradually grew stronger. The pills gave me a hearty appetite and I now weigh over 130 pounds. I believe the pills to be the best tonic and builder a woman can take, as they certainly helped me when my condition was critical and I liave never been seriously ill since." The great value of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills lies in the fact that they actually miike new blood and this carries health and strength to every portion of the body. The stomach is toued up, the nerves are strengthened, every organ is stimulated to do its work. If you are ill and the treatment yon are taking does not cure you, write for proof of what Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have done in similar cases. Your druggist sells them or they will be sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of price, 50 cents per box, six boxes for f 2.50, by the Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, S. Y. BATH OF BEAUTY i Mica Axle Grease RUN "SPOONERS' SPECIAL" CAR. Connecticut Innovation Proves for Sentimental Couples. Boon South Norwalk, Conn. If you happen along the turnpike between this town and Kowayton, about midnight, you may be surprised to hear the street car gong at InThe street car is the "Spoon-erof a tervals. special," and the gong is the curfew, so to speak, rung by an Indulgent and well tipped motoniian, calling for swains away from fond good-bythe last car home. As the gong sounds, at the picked spots along the road you can see lights turned up in houses here and there and youths appear. It Is viewed as a very nice an ungement for the Ho way ton boys and the South girls But the Kowayton uirls do not regard it as a long fell want. Indeed, they are pi'titionlng the railway officials to take oft the midnight car and gc back to nine o'clock tor the last trip. South Norwalk, as everybody In the town will tell you. has more pretty girls than any town this aide of Water-bur- y or anywhere else. There silk mills, corset factories, lace and shirt shops, and when the six o'clock whistle blows there is a beauty parade, you may be sure, every night. Rowayton. with its preparatory ichools, hns many boys, and it was s Xor-wal- natural that reciprocity should obtain. But so many came that It was necessary to spoon in relays, and the joy of Rowayton boys courting South Norwalk girls had its difficulties. The last car left South Norwalk at nine o'clock. Now nine o'clock was all very well when the "sparking" was in its early stages, but at the point of "steady company" that hour became cruelly early. Often a swain of the second reand had to lay overstayed his good-by- , walk home. So the petition for a midnight car went in. South Norwalk girls added their names to it, and how could the railway officers resist the appeal? They simply could not, and the mid night spooners' special, with its harsh gong presaging the gentler tinkle of wedding bells, runs joyously. lengthens the life of the saves horse war'on power, time and temper. Best lubricant in the world contains powdered mica which forms a smooth, hard coating on axle, and reduces friction. 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This nionstoi book is bound In leather, magnificentl) decorated, and Is fastened with claspr of solid silver, richly gilt. It Is unlike ly to be stolen, however, for it is noarl) seven feet high and weighs 800 pounds This, the largest book In the world, was presented to King Charles II. be fore leaving Holland in the year 1660. For Preserviiig,Purifying SUBSTITUTES.