The Suffe. ' t. with pain DJ7FD BOYS TERRIBLE I nf a Citizen of Olympia, Wash. L. S. Gorham, of 516 East 4th SL, Diyrapla, Wash., says: "Six year ago I got vet and took cold, and was soon flat in bed, Buffeting tortures with my hack. Every move-- f ment caused an qgo- nizlng pain, and the persistency of it exhausted me, so that fJor a time I was dazed and Btupld. On the advice of a friend I began using Doans Kidney Fills, and soon notice a change for the better. The kidn'' seTeiians had been disordered and irregular, .and contained a heavy sediment, but in- a weeks time the urine ras clear and natural again and the nasstgos regular. Gradually the aching .and soreness left my back and then the .ameness. I used six boxes to make sure of a cure, and the trouble has never returned. 50 cents a box. Sold'hv all Foster-Milbur- n Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. MAKING CEMENT CISTERNS Blue Denlmed Lad. Blue denimed lad, with a busted toe. Why do you smile at this old world so? Little brown boy, "with a nose. Out af the crown where your cowlick blows Raggedy lad, with a coat of tan, What makes you happy? Come, little man! New Method of Construction Which Has Numerous Advantages - sun-burn- It the brook with Us babbling How, Brook that has bass In its undertow? Is It your boat, or your dog or kite? Is it the pond lilies floating white? Is It the strawbeirles on the hill? Is It the swimming pool by the mill? ' ? Cisterns are now built of concrete, which lias numerous advantages over the old style. As now built the extern is a large jug, without seam or joint, and all in one piece.1 Clsterr. making of concrete Is a new branch "Is 1 Over Old Style. - "Is It the wobd with its creatures queer? Is It the eky that is blue and clear? Is it, Oh, blue denlmed lad, the bee Leading away on an ether sea? Is it, my boy, lust the soulful lad Throbbing within you that makes you glad? i "Ah, ragged lad, with a busted toe, ' Tell me your secret I long to know. Tell me your secret that I may quaff Deep at the fount that has made you Hie ie,il test of virtue coms after Cflite hours. laugh! Show me the spring of your guileless joe; Let me again be the barefoot boy. FCTNAM FADELESS DYES do not stain tlio hands or spot the kettle, except gievn and purple. Money talks, especially give It to charity. when you , Mr Winslow ftoothin Ryrap. For children teetbln, toftem the giunt, roducce ft jUmuiaikrti, Allay pla, cure wlaUcoUc. 25c a buttl. now-Jlm- China to Own Postofflces. After the return of the Chinese mission which Is now making a tour of Europe and America for the purposes of study, the Chinese government Intends to assume control of the entire postal system and at the same time to abolish all the poutofflces. In China row maintained by foreign powers. REST THAT RESTSk Rest means rest "Cut out worrying. Rest with a capital R. Few persons know how to rest. Rushing for trains and boats isn't resting. Being elbowed by a vulgar mob isnt resting. Neither is staying home and being annoyed by endless details. Overdressing, overeating and too much excitement are not restful. Over Sunday rest is best accomplished by a trip to some restful place. The idea is to discover what best agrees with one and then to follow it as well as possible. cent. mmm Why the knocking remark that "Beauty is only skin deep? The average woman never loses her skin. The girl who has no heart In hei work frequently has given it away to a man who hits promised to work foi her. sand and four parts crushed, stone. if gravel is used: One part cement, six parts gravel. The forms remain in place three or four days, then are removed, and the Interior of the cistern given a cement wash or a coat of cement mortar. For the wash use a clean cement with two per cent For mortar: waterproof compound. One part cement two parts sand and two per cent, waterproof compound. Such a cistern should last Indefinitely. Fig. 2 shows how the arch and neck are built up; Fig. .3 how forms are braced and scaffolds placed. Or, WHAT IS A TURBINE"? Compound Completely Cured Her. The great good Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is doing uiiiong the women of America is attracting the attention of many of our leudiug scientists, and thinking people generally. lome life would prove liquor to b Duly the effect The higher up on the we climb the farther the simple joys that flowers of contentment places. ladder of fame we get from satisfy. The grow in lowly The line, "They lived happily evei It has been remodeled. ifterward low read3, They lived more or less sappily until she went to see a dlvorc awyer. When a politician Is defeated, he always figures out that he is bettei jff anyhow. A bit of the same phllos would ophy prior to the campaign save large campaign expenses. The following letter is only one oi many thousands which are on tile in the liukham olliee, and go to prove beyond question that Lyda K. 1ink-- h tor's Vegetable Compound must be a remedy of great merit, otherwise it could not produce such marvelous results among sick and oiling women. Bear Mrs. Fuikham. About nine months ago I was a great sufferer with female trouble, w Im-- caused me smere pant,, extreme nervousness and from which the doctor ruled to relieve me. I tried Lydia E. Vegetable Compound, and within a short time lelt better, and after t "iking live bottk-- of it I was entirely cured. I therefore h'trtdv leeouunond your Compound as a ph mild female tonic. It makes the monthly period - regular and without pain; and what a hitssnig it is to tiyd such a remedy after so nuuv doctors fail to help you. I am phased to recommend it to all suffering women. Mrs. ts.ua U ilsnn, hi East 31 Street, Cincinfro-aue- bead-iches- 's s Ohio. If you hate suppressed or painful periods, weakness of the stomach, indigestion, bloating, pelvio catarrh, nervous prostration, dizziness, faintdon't-carand ness, feeling, excitability, "backache or the blues, these are sure indications of female weakness, or some derangement of the organs. In such cases there is one tried and true remedy Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable e PHILOSOPHICAL Liquor is not always the cause of a mans downfall. A glance Into the Prominent Cincinnati Woman Tells How Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable nati, 1 - MEDICIIE Pink-ham- The boom in real estate at Flushing, L. I., has landed part of a valuable contract in Mrs. J. S. Eardleys midst ana stirred up no end of trouble between No man too poor to uao her and Thomas Pritchard, of Booraem avenue, Flushing. Mrs. Eardley, who lives in Brooklyn, sold six lots in Flushing to Mr. PritchNo man wealthy enough ard. Mr. Pritchard paid a deposit, and Mrs. Eardley signed a contract agreeto buy better. ing to surrender the lots to him for a 3 certain price. Prices of Flushing prop,, Your grandfather was familiar with the good qualities of The Bain, erty have Jumped up as much as 25 or and your grandchildren will be. 50 per cent in one day. Mrs. Eardley Don't be misled) there la only one heard of this, and her soul was sad. She called at Mr; Pritchards office. Best in farm wagons, and expert I want to keep my lots, said she. ance proclaim Bain, always Bain. briskly. When needing Implements, VeMadame, you cant, he replied with hicles or Stoves, write us. We save utmost suavity. you money, give you good gooda "Lets see the contract," said she, and good treatment soothingly. Mr. Pritchard handed her the Leading Implement Dealer paper, and in the twinkling of an Utah and Idaho eye she had bitten a big piece out of 1L Mr. Pritchard grabbed her throat Then came a fierce struggle between hand muscles and throat muscles, and throat muscles won, for Mrs. Eardley swallowed a large chunk of the contract and smiled in bitter triumph at Bain Wagons pre-edo- her Things are more or less paradoxical It is pronounced but you shofer, lont have any sho-fyour life when man hits you in the the choo-cho- o toncentric with his buzz wagon. Engineer Explains It by Saying I Like a Seriea of Paper Wind Mills. It especially in the case of "turbine steamers, have been very conspicuous in engineering matters of late years, yet there are probably few people outside the ranks of engineers who know what a turbine is. The best idea I can give of it, said an engineer, is to liken It to those paper windmills which spin on the end of a stick, and which are sold to children on the streets. A turbine, in fact, is like a series of these revolving wheels fixed one behind the other, only instead of being turned by the wind, it is revolved by Jets of steam. The turbine wheels turn on a shaft inside a cylinder, in the Interic- - of which are fixed a number of stationary blades which project into the space between each wheel. The pur-Turbines, er Woman gets the worst of it all Before marriage she has to iron shirt-wais- ts that Charlie mussed VIEW OF TURBINE TUBE. and after marriage she is compelled INTERIOR by good wifely precedent, to press hii pose of these blades is to catch the f trousers. steam and direct it on to the wheels at an angle where it will exert the Good and Loud. most force. Speaking of meat scandals and ,As the steam enters the cylinder Colonel Davis it is caught by the stationary blades stockyards aroma, the Chicago artist, says the city abat- and deflected to the blades of the first toirs are not in It for smell with the wheel, which are set turning. The little slaughter house he remembers steam then passes to the next, until to have existed back home when he all the wheels are set whirling and was a boy. the ship is driven through the waIt was certainly a loud one, said ter. the colonel spearing a piece of finnan-haddi- e In order to make the matter It smelled to we give an illustration of aclearer, with his fork. small heaven! Why, .talk about investigat- turbine, the revolving blades being ing it! You couldnt get near enough in white and the stationary ones in to see it, let alone investigating. That gray. slaughter house was sure exempt from the muck rakers. Gold to America, Within three weeks pearly 80 tons of gold specie have been transferred from England to America. Along. Consolidated Wagon and Machine foe. "Ill have the law on you! he cried. "Pooh! sneered she. "Ive got the evidence in my midst, and Id like to see the court that can find out any- Company GEO. thing about, it And there the matter rests. T. ODELL, Gen. Mgr. Houses at Salt Lake, Ogden, Logan, Idaho Falls and Montpelier W1 CLOSE SATURDAYS AT t P, M. SALMON NEEDS SALT WATER Confined in Lake, with No Approach to the Sea, the Fish Rapidly Become Dwarfed. From Her Viewpoint. It is all very well For pinchbeck hus- The name salmon is given in Eng- bands and haberdasher economists to land and all eastern states to a large, deliver homilies on luxury and finery trout-lik- e fish which lives in the sea, and the evils of extravagance lace chiefly about the mouths of rivers, chiffons, rubbons, t ickers, and frills and which enters the Streams to spawn, dr4 as indispensable to the wellbeing running for a considerable distance of womankind as walkings ticks, up the stream and returning to the watches, footballs fnd whiskies ars sea after the act of spawning is ac- to the comfort and welfare of seri-complished, says a writer in the Pa- ous man. London Observer. cific Monthly. The old males become somewhat distorted, especially through the lengthening of the Jaws, but the changes itith age and season are not much greater than in any la,rge trout The true salmon, like the true trout, 1b black spotted. It is called in science Salmo salar, and along with the true trout it belongs to the genus Salmo. There is only one species of Atlantic salmon; It is found on both sides of the ocean, and on both sides and It becomes sometimes dwarfish when it is shut up in a lake and when it cannot or does not go to the sea. Red sea. Moses made his first run when he slew the Egyptian. The devil was the first coacher. Eve stole first Adam stole second. When Isaac met Rebecca at the well she was walking with a pitcher. Samson struck out a . great many times when he beat the Philistines. writers sell all the good storlet they write and still dont make a Some ITS MERITS PROVED. A When my little boy was six months The sores extended so quickly over tha whole body that we at once called In the doctor. We then went to another doctor, but he could not help him, and In our despair we went to a third one. Matters became so bad that he had regular holes in his cheeks, large enough to put a finger into. The food had to be given with a spoon, for his mouth was covered with crusts as thick as a finger, and whenever he opened the mouth they began to bleed and suppurate, as did also his eyes. Hands, arms, chest and back, in short the whole body was covered over and over. We had no rest by day or night. Whenever he was laid in his bed, we had to pin his hands down; otherwise be would scratch his face and make anopea sore. 1 think his face must have itched most fearfully. We finally thought nothing could help, and I had made up my mind to send my wife with the child to Europe, hoping that the sea air might cure him, otherwise he was to be put under good medical care there. But, Lord he blessed, matters came differently, and we soon saw a miracle. A friend of ours spoke about Cuticura. We made a trial with Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Resolvent, and within ten days or two weeks we noticed a decided improvement. Just as quickly as the sickness had appeared it also began to disappear, and within ten weeks the child was absolutely well, and his skin was smooth and white F. Hohrath, Presias never before. dent of the C. L. Hohrath Company, Manufacturers of Silk Ribbons, 4 to 20 Rink Alley, South Bethlehem, Pel, old, he had eczema. long-distan- Trial package, FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. 25c. GREAT With Document In Her Midst, She Asks, "What Are You Going to Do About Itf n. FOOT-EAS- OF A Mouth and Eyes Covered with Crusts Hands Pinned Down Miraculous Cure by Cuticura. I ALLENS It cures painful, smarting, nervous feet and ingrowing nails. Its the greatest comfort discovery of tire ago. Makes new shoes easy. A certain cure for sweating feet. Sold ' RECORD CEMENT CISTERN FORM COMPLETE. WOMAN ATE THE CONTRACT of wbrk which the concrete constructor can profitably add to his cement walks, foundations and hollow hlocks. ' so? A patent has been granted on a set Mere bagatelles In the worldly plan of adjustable forms, which enable the Fate has In store for the life of man!" Aint you quite happy? he lisped cistern to be made of any'slze desired June p, 1905. Thate bad! The cistern can be built up one secBIBLICAL BASEBALL. "If you were younger you might bi tion at a time where there is seepage glad! or danger of cave-ia In buidlng, A Canton (0.) theological student Infloor of concrete is first laid, terested In baseball wrote a thesis on Little old man with a longing heart. then the forms are set and a thin Once In a life comes the boyish part! Baseball Among the Anclents.T from concrete poured all around, and which are Once In a span comes the boyish tan gleaned the following facts: And the busted toe of the little man! tamped. The proportions recommend" Abraham made a sacrifice, ed are: One part cement, two parts Only the cheer of the after glow The Prodigal Son made a home run. Clings to the man In Lifes ebb and flow Cain made a base hit when he killed Abel. Little Crackers. David was a great Falling in love generally results la thrower. Willie keeping his ears clean, anyhow, Moses shut out the Egyptians at the M. Comlianalre, the French explorer, recently was lost in the forests of Cambodia. lie got separated from his party and wandered through the solitude for eight days without any other nourishment than the water he could get from the marshes in the Jungle. by all druggists, mie "Raggedy boy, with a busted toe, Are these the reasons your laugh ring thing ceases to be a luxury after e have money enough to afford it. A In a Pinch, Use A powder. Blue denimed lad? with the busted toe. Pondered a moment I ought to know. Tiges got a chlprtiunk high up a tree! Puss hex got kittens! Would, you com see? I go to school, but they aint none and me le a bringn th cowl ECZEMA. land-locke- POINTS. The fatted calf never loves the ' prodigal son. Truth never runs around asking people to believe it. Alas, that fools are prosperous. Is it their penalty or reward? How many of us in listening to the tomtoms forget the violins? To think an original thought is to take a step nearer the divine. People who need to be- - continually propped up are not worth the prop. When men become suddenly good they should be executed immediately. It is easier for some people to believe the impossible than the possible. Before it was tnrown down, the Golden Calf had a son, and it is still mooing around the world. that to successIt is fully fathom the motives of men one must be a man himself. To an idiot to a lunatic ail men are either idiots or lunatics. d- Harnessing the Mississippi. Work will be begun before the year is out on a dam across the Mississippi river, at the foot of the Des Moines rapids, for the development of water power. It will be the greatest project of the kind except the combined works at Niagara, the dam the greatest in the world except those built by the British in the Nile. A minimum of 60,000 horse power is to be obtained land transmitted to factories in the iheart of the agricultural center of the nation. The dam will be In sight of the three states of Iowa, Illinois and Missouri, the legislatures of each state having adopted resolutions approving the work and promising all possible assistance. The estimated cost of the work will be 86,000,000, which Is 8100 per horse power on the minimum power capacity of 60,000 horse power. The cost Of supplying power. Including all fixed charges, maintenance, operation and all expenses, is closely estimated at eight dollars per horsepower-year- , PHYSICIAN SAYS the cost of steam power In the terriChildren Thrive on Grape Nutt and tory within 200 miles now being from with 840 to 805 per horsepower-year- , Cream. 855 as a conservative average. The A Mass, physician has found a cure World for constipation in children citing Too Appropriate. fifteen cases by feeding them Grape-NutIn a small town in California a "Some time ago, he writes, "I be- new hospital has recently been erected on Salsipuedes street, and the came interested in your food, Grape-Nutas a cure for constipation in board of directors, in lieu of somethat tha hoschildren. Having tried it in my own thing better suggested bear the name of the street pital fifteen have advised in I it family, cases in which all suffered with con- One more cautious than - the rest sug gested that it would be well to knov stipation more or less severe.' The re- the meaning of such a name before sult has been absolute relief in all. indiscriminate use of it, and making "I write this that other children It is to this man that the present sucbenefited. be may How much better it is thus to bring cess of the hospital Is due, for find meant "get out about a healthy action in the bowels lng that Salaipuedes name was hastily of growing children by natural means, if you can," the to something less suggestive than to feed them with improper food, changed of who enters here, leaves hope bekind of cathartic at spme requiring hind." intervals to overcome constipation, 'Grape-Nut- s gives energy to the en-- . Steel Fens an English Idea. tire nervous system including the The first steel pens were invented nerves that cause the natural cona man named Wise, in England, traction and relaxation of the bowel by in 1808. Quill pens had their origin muscles, that propel the food mass In the fifth century. Split reeds were along. used before that . It is predigested also, and the blood easily absorbs the food as It goes through the body, storing up vitality and force for the functions of all the self-evide- To-da- Need of TTnrestrictid Play. Even in the case of a child it is recognized that this sphere of freedom should enlarge as the child grows. Sully rightly warns: "Nothing is mors fatal to will growth than an excess of discipline permeating the whole of s childs surroundings. it Isnt best that all play should be under svea kindergarten instruction. Dr. Henry C. King. Ancient Celtio Phrase The phrase "his mothers whlto headed boy 'is as old as the hills to Ireland. It appears In many of the Irish fairy stories of the last century. Irish mothers who knew good fairies always kept the secret for the whlto-headeboy of the family. Genuil, Griffin, In one of his best short stories, years ago used the phrase as one ho had borrowed from an old Celtio book. d We Make Travel Easy. 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Onion Assay Offico MANAUlM Me 0 V BAOLIBi Whin Answering Advertisements Kindly Mention This Paper. organs. should get the right start as to habits of living. They should grow into bright, strong, cheerful men and women. Grape-Nut- s solve the question of the start; a wholesome appetite will do the rest. Childrens teeth are benefited by also. Your dentchewing Grape-Nutist will tell you that a certain amount of exercise in chewing firm food, is necessary vto grow strong, beautiful . Children especially, teeth. Teeth need exercise Just the same as muscles, if they are to grow strong and firm as nature intended. Grape-Nutgives the exercise and also gives material from which good teeth are made. Theres a reason." Read th little book, "The Road to tYvllviht." I ' pkgs. s P, O BOX 144 SALT LANS OITY VTA All Hallows College Salt Lake City Under the Direction of the Marist Fathers, aided ty Expert Lay Professor. Boarding and Day School for Boys. .'2553 Mile above eea level. 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