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Are Yea Iili All.a'. ia the only curt Fraf-Ea.a- T It (or 8wolleB, Smarting, Burning, Sweating Feet, Ctoma and Buniona. Ask for Allen's Foot-Easa powder to be shaken Into the shoes. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, SBe. Sample sent FRKS. Address, Allen B. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. T. Most every man In public life has four prices the one he is worth, the one he In tends to ask, the one he expects to get and the one he will get. VARIOUS TOPIOS. Visitors to tha court of Russia srs allowed to kiss the hud of the empress. Queen Victoria is lew generous China's Fowerfol Sword. In grutlng this privilege, and only There is a dreadful sword in China. It are supgives to the holder power to out off tha very distinguished persons head of any one he wishes without punish posed to enjoy 1L As for anything so democratic as shaking buds, perish While the Good Word aaya: Put not meat. All people flea from this sword as the thought! This is reserved for relyour tniat In rlchea," nevertheless there Is stomach ills flee before the approach of ative! much riches In trusts. only. New York Bun. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. This famous remedy cures all forms of stomach troubles. Hell' Catarrh Care A Urge number of coins bsve ren Is constitutional cure. Price, 7S& The high ground occupied by many moral cently been found on Humonby Sends, reformers is simply a bluff. Yorkshire, clove to a place known as Whenever a wrong is laid bare It should the Gap. This was favorite spot for Piso's Care for be redressed. has bean landing or embarking in days when a God sand to me.Consumption Wm. B. Mnnuiinn men wished to enter or leave England Has. Winslows loathing Byrap Chester, Florida, Sept. 17, 1896. for ski Id ran teething. aofiaai tha saw, radaaaa la unobserved. Nearly all the coins so SuMeiiee, allay, yala, rare, wind cello Itacnie Whilespring weatherdoesn't affect some discovered are of a period when the a koula persons. May 1 often moves whole country was disturbed, being of the Cramps shipyard employs 5,000 men. reigns of Edward II, Elisabeth, James I., Charles I. and William III. e, - , -- s i J In the Scientific American, Pro feasor Holden gives some Interesting observations on the migrations of Insects. Once in the San Gabriel valley of California he saw a flight of yellow butterflies which passed continuously for three or four days to the northeast. For sixteen square miles the column moved and one oould not look out doors without seeing the fluttering bits of yellow in the air. Yellow butterflies are famous for their mysterious migrations and some times out at sea they will cover the decks and riggings of ahlps. i ! The Troy (N. Y.) Times tells of a visitor at a public school who, being requested to address the pupils, spoke of obeying theii of the necessity teacher and growing up to be useful, loyal and patriotic cltixens. To emphasise his remarks, he pointed to a large national flag that almost covered one end of the room and oald, "Now, boys, who can tell me what that flag Is there for?" One little fellow, who understood the condition of the rootq better than the speaker, replied: "I know, air. . Its to hide the dirt" i W . old name r i 4 V m A Haifa The T. Hlitaka WOMEN WHO EARN THEIR UVINO -- Roberta Supply House of Minneapolis, Minn., which advertised a remarkably liberal knife offer in a recent Issue of our paper, wishes to have it explained to our readere that through a mistake in electrotyping, the numbers over each of the knives were reversed. The Cattle knife ehould be 77 8. B.t and the Congress knife 7 8. B. Their remarkable offer to send 17 packages of garden seeds and the Congress knife for 77 cents, or 17 packages of eeeda and tbe Cattle knife for 97 cents is one of the most liberal ever made. M. 99 9 s down with some feminine weakness. Backaches and headaches count for little. They must keep going or lose their place. To these Mrs. Pinkham's help is offered. A letter to her at Lynn, Mass., will bring her advice free of all charge. Miss Nancik Shobk, Florence, CoL, writes a letter to Mrs. Pink-hafrom which we quote: aI had been in poor health for some time, my troubles having been brought on by standing, so my physician said, causing serious womb trouble. I had to give up my work. I was just a bundle of nerves and would have fairting spells at monthly periods. I doctored and took various medicines, but got no relief, and when I wrote to you 1 could not walk more than four blocks at a time. I followed your advice, taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Blood Purifier in connection with the Vegetable Compound and began to gain in strength from the first. I am getting to be a stronger to pain and I owe it all to your medicine. There L; none equal to it, for I have tried many others before using yours. Words cannot be said too strong in praise of it. Miss Polly Frame, Meade, Kan., writes: Pear Mrs. Pinkham I feel it my dnty to write you in regard to what your medicine has done for me. I cannot praise it enough. Since my girlhood X had been troubled with irregular and painful periods and for nearly five years' had suffered with falling of the womb, and whites. Also had ovarian trouble, the left ovary being so swollen and sore that I could not move without pain. Now, thanks to your wonderful medicine, that tired feeling is all gone, and I am healthy and strong." Fire brigades manned" by women are not uncommon In England. Then Is one at Glrton College, where the students have their own brigade and appliances. Several of the hospitals have separate brigades of the nurses and of the male attendants, and the nurses are said to be mu-- h quicker than the men. At Holloway College conthen is a brigade, formed of the girl students, capable of getting the engine at work In leu than a minute. She Mlfrtit Him Kbows. Several establishments in London havMr. Peck "I see theres a Judge In women of employed ing large corps have fin companies among the em- 6L Louis who says thera are time when a man la justified in slapping his ployes. wife." Mre. Peek' "Yes, and I suppose you It is told of Philip D. Armour of Chiwith him, dont you?" agree cago, that he was not christened Philip Mr. Peck "I should say not! If I at all. He was named after his father, held such a view as that do you supDanforth Armour. Mr. Armour is have escaped up to would you pose quoted as giving this explanation re- this " cently of how he got the name of His last words were drowned by the I was named Phil after a noise he msde while tumbling down the Philip: colored man who lived In our neigh- stairs leading to the street entrance. borhood and was the terror of all the Bavl.g HU Kegard. boys. The name of the fellow was was mean of you to That Sulby sorts was all to he Phil Morgan, and up me lend that $10 I wanted the to of capers, and I suppose because I was Id rather have other Dafney day. so full of pranks myself the boys called as me too mean to lend It regard you name me Phil. too. The 'D' in my to be to obliged regard yon as too stands for Danforth. That was my than 1L Roxbury Gazette. father's name. But the boys Insisted mean to return on calling me Phil, and Phil I reA London beggar boy was ssked in police mained, my motlwr Anally consenting eonrt how old he wss last birthday, "I to call me Philip D.' Armour." never had a birthday yet," was the reply. "We're too poor to have 'em. A Boston woman, a member of the Womans Christian Temperance Union, was recently traveling to the Pacific XiABASTINH is the origins! and only durable wall coating, roast over the Northern Pacific raildifferent from all entirely road. Now North Dakota Is a rigid Ready for use In whits or twelve beautiful tints prohibition state, and the dining cars by addinr cold water. have this notice posted up In them: ADIXS naturally prefer No intoxicating liquors will be served for walls and callings. because It Is pure, clean, while the train is passing through the durable. Put up In dry powstate of North Dakota" The train bad packdered form. In ages, with full directions. been rolling along through tbat InLL feslsomlnes are cheep, temterminable state a long time, when the porary preparations msde from In interested Boston woman, who is whiting, chalks, days, eta, Every Sheet end stuck on wells with detemperance, cgme Into the dining car E CUTCMERr FLY KILLER caying animal glue ALA out dinner. for her her eye Casting Is not a kalsomlne. rids tbs honM of thousands sf Files, thus affording pesos while of the car window upon a somewhat SWA RE of the dealer Who you eat and tbs comfort of a nap you the "same says ha can Asell changed landscape, she aald to the In the morning. Ask your Drugas LA BA STINE er thug" Intergist or Uroeer. with waiter, purely geographical 'something Just as good." Be mem ius co,Kiiwmn. est: "Are we still in North Dakota?" is either not posted or Is trying te deceive you. "No, ma'am," said he, alertly, and with ND IN OFFERING something a hospitable grin; "whatll you take to ho has bought cheap end tries te sell on A LABAS TINE'S dedrink, ma'am? Boston Transcript mands, be may not realise the damage yon will suffer by a kalsomlne on your walla. ExsaparatlaR. BN BIBLE dealers will net boy Mrs. Hlgsley "Clara, I must Insist a lawsuit. Dealer risk on by that you send young Mr. Granley away selling and consumers by using Co. Infringement. AlabastU coatearlier. It was long after 11 oclock own right to make wall cold water. last night when you dosed the front ing to mix with door after him." HE INTERIOR WAUA Of be every schoolheuse should I know It, mamma, and I Clara costed only with pure, durable ALABAsTlNB. ft safeguard have made up my mind a dozen differhealth. Hundreds ef tans ere ent times to mike him leave early, used annually far this work. but be has a way, somehow, of always rriNG alababtxne, see giving the Impression along after tha properly la-- I. packages ere Beware of urge ffsar-s- d shank of the evening has passed that light balsa- package he Is Just about to say something one lUVoMtl fA Rtinfoamaw m has been waiting for. Its awfully exANCE of wan paper Jb asperating." d hr ALABAB11NE. It be used an plastered walla,-. id ceilings, brick er eanSafa. A child can brush It ea. Mickey the Mouse Ders wont be no Me not rub or scale off. questions asked when I retarns dls BUSHED In fever. Bhnn watch for do reward.' Swipes' Why imitations. A ah paint dealer Iruggtet ter tint card. Write wont dere? Mickey It was a deaf "AtabasHne Era," free, te and dumb man I pinched It from. ABABTINB CO tide, Michigan, Balt Lake-N- o. IB, 18BB. passed long since, when it won the fidence and esteem of thoughtful men and women 50 years ago . You need have no doubts, if, when you go to buy Sarsaparilla, you simply say the r understand what tortnre is. SALESWOMEN on their feet whether well or ill. Compelled be agreeable to customers while dragged to .tar la t i Oldaa Tima. Easter was at one time celebrated by feasts and games held In the churches. These at first were decorous and useful in bringing the congregations together in rejoicing after the severe duties Imposed upon them during Lent The custom was abandoned because of tbs excesses, which became a scandal to the church. and Kidneys are sluggish and fail to carry off the waste matter. When this happens the blood is poisoned and disease sets in. To keep your blood pure take Dc J.H.Mc Leans re-fl- to That is the kind that cured your fathers JL andNtheir fathers before them, and it is Other the kind that will cure you. Sarsaparillas may look like it, may even taste like it, but somehow or other they havent the knack of curing people that Ayers has. Just try one bottle of Ayers j today. CO. IMPLEMENT or m swim m BAB-TIN- run that I coats to Rl.ua Ctealaal ka.lt Ini M sssi,lss sad UNO lasUnoalala (k. Raw York. tor PENSION MfStiOJa B1CBFORU, Washington. D. C they -- 1 will rerslTt qulok rspllss. B. Mb N.H. Voli Buff fotk Corps. Prosscutisi CIsImi slate IS 7 S ACETYLENE T GAS. THE NEW LIGHT. Ch sapor than Coal Oil, D bat raoro brilllaal . . than Electricity ' i i t t N BEND FOR CIRCULARS. ii.. Mltrcl fcttgieiie s generator Co. OMAHA, NEBRASKA. AQBNT8 WANTED, w. N. U i L na THOUSANDS KILLED. Mite hell Form and Spring Wagons. Roabfoid Farm Wagons. and Carriages. Heaney Bagglra Mollao Stool Flow. 1 California Stool Flow.; Bock bland Stool Flows; Brat Stool Harrow Mad. Wrlto for Frleas wawted-cs- m VUI sot TMC DR. J. H. R MCLEAN MEDICINE BO. T. LOUIS, i L MO. WHEAT WHEAT WHEAT ALA-BA8TI- SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. 1 a quick relief and sure cure for disorders of the Liver, Kidneys and Bladder. Thousands use itin the spring especially. Your druggist has it. Only $i joo a bottle. ea. flve-pou- UTAH liver&IQdneyBalm "Nothing but wheat; what you call a sea of wheat," U what wasmight said by a lecturer speaking of Western Canada. For particulars as to routes, raS-wa- y fares, etc., apply to Superintendent Ot- of Immigration, Department Interior, tawa, Canada, or to C. J. Broughton, Monadnock Block, Chicago, IlL lSI Annual Meeting German Baptists, (Dunkards,) Roanoke, Va., May 23, 1899. ONLY One Fare Round Trip VIA Big Four Ticket will be good going Hay ie.lB.Bg util Jaa BA, ISOS. Oh iralaggeed or will fee allewed mm reton tela. to leeal regvlaOeaa ef to vac wfeUh ticket reads. For full Information regarding tioketo, rates and routes and time ef trains, sell mi agents "Big Few Rout'" er liar the nnderslgBea, WARREN J. LYNCH, E. ft. eCORMlCK, TrsM. Mgr. Asst Gen. Fsee A Ibfe Aft, safejaeO CINCINNATI. 0.