r ldt Tooth ' BrohM The Ideal tooth brush is not hard enough to eause the gums to bleed. end Its briailes are (Irmly fixed in cheap tooth brushes the bristles usually aeem made to come out. and they do. getting fixed between the teeth In a most uncomfoeable and annoying way. Still More Counterfeiting has umarthed anThe Secret-Servi- ce other band of counterfeiters and s cured a of bogus hills wltu h are large quantity no cleverly executed that the average n TO PREVENT FLOODS. TO FOOLISH om Oatllr Ml Hopefat Rtairb . a kMM f PHILADELPHIA MAN SUGGESTS EXTENSIVE TREE PLANTING. Tb LsbIi Moil to bl la Psrasl ftra Thut Ustt far AfriCtt Ukf, Name y Slprp 1anks of and lb llUUUia. fti4 The forest is to rainfall what the would never suspect them of being balance wheel is to the steam engine. spurluus. Things of great aiue are alIt gives relief to extremis of drought ways selected for Imitation, notably Ilos and of freshet by regulating not inHitters, whu-t- i has many tetters Stomach Imitators but no "equals for rs liko creasing faiitfa 1. Therefore, the forIndigestion, dyspepsia, constipation, nervousness and g neral debilitj go est in proper proportion on the eaith's Alwajs to reliable druggists who have the repusurface is the cure of devastating tation of giving what you ask for. floods that waste human and brute lives and destroy millions of dollars' Abov Nn.pirtnn, worth of property. This is taped' 'y On being informed that a mentbir of his race had been sentenced to the true in the Mississippi basin, i d penitentiary for forgery. I)t0 her more particularly in the lower parts of Dickey exclaimed: "Dat s what t,mes that basin From the mouth of the r dig yer eddication. Thank de good Ohio to the Mississippi delta this damLawd I never could read or write, en age reaches tens of millions of dollars what's mo', I never will! Atlanta a year The ratio of ruin Is steadly increasing there, and Is sure to conConstitution. tinue to increase till the arboreal remIndie Cnn Wear Shoes. Thvs edy above' suggested Is applied-One sire smaller after using A lien's Foot-EasIs not theory; It has been widely prova powder. It makes tight ornevT ed by centuries of experience in Eushoes easyCures swollen, hot.svv eating, and Asia Great river and their rope corns and aching feet, ingrowing nails, affluents have vibrated between drearbunions. All drn 'gists and shi e stores, S5c. Trial package FREE by mail. Adily dry beds and torrents that were a dress Allen S. Olmsted, Le Rov, N.Y. terror to all concerned after the deforesting of their watersheds. In well of thn Olsastur Kirth. known cases, especially In France, Although the diameter of the earth baa been roughly known for many equable flow has followed reforesting of those s'opes. Study of the natural years, it has only lately ben accur- ately ascertained, after thirty years philosophy involved In this problem shows this must be the case; the "logic . labor and a cost of $500,000. It is 7 mles at the equator and 7,899 from of events practically corroborates theory. The parts most needing to be pole to pole. in forest are those leastneeded for SUMMER EXCURSIONS agriculture. They are the steep banks of streams and the remoter hillsides, Via 8anta F Route. especially in regions immediately A series of Summer Excursions are beln drained by their headwaters. Hence, Tickets from Tun by the Santa Ke Railway to be sufficiently remedial, states' 1,000 s Salt Lake orOilen At as follow "Louisville ami return, $7 no August miles northerly from New Orleans Miasouri river pointy and return, 144 uO, dally must help tefsave the region of which Juue 20 to September 11 SO, daily, June 20 to Chicago and return, that city i the center; Wisconsin, September ft. St. Ivouis and return, 151 60, daily, June 20 to Minnesota and the Dakotas, Illinois, September 11. Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas must coFor further Information apply toC F. Wartheir legislators and the operate; ren, General Agent A. T. & S. F. K R. 411 of trade and chambers of comboards Lake Salt Cub. Block, City, Xooly merce must be Induced to act; South Dakota Farms. of education must take the subla th title of an Illustrated booklet ject into the common schools, so that , Just issued by the Chicago, Milwaukee the young grow up to understand the A 8L Paul Railway, descriptive of the practical philosophy of thla subject. country between Aberdeen and the In all these educative departments it Missouri River,, a section heretofore must and can he shown that it will pay unprovided with railway facilities, but and pay promptly to wisely treat these which la now reached by a new line of forest Interests:-- Thus and thus only tbs Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul can the people be led to demand needRailway. EveryoneJ contemplating a ed forest legislation, and sustain such change of location will be Interested legislation after It is secured. No inin the information contained in It, and terests can better afford to favor fora copy may be had by sending a two-ceest improvements than chambers of stamp to F. A. Miller, General commerce and boards of trade. Water Passenger Agent, Chicago, 11L transportation' Is secured by one-tenPrivate Mat Ing Card. the traction to move a ton of freight Private Mailing Card with eoldred than is needed to move It by raiL The on the Chicago, Milrivers are not reliable for navigation rieys of Ascenery SL Paul Railway .sent oq unless their flow fs more regular than waukee in- most of our rivers. When they receipt of ten (10) cents In stamps, ' Address F. A. Miller, General Passen-- . plowed through, the forest primeval there was tittle change In their volger Agent, Chicago, 111. ume. A boat requiring a given depth of , TltiN A 4 Whoever owns Arundel castle also water, could float pretty much ail the ' owns the title of earl of Arundel In the year when the stream was not ' For well known reasons a British peerage, and It la said there la no legal obstacle to some ordinary proper proportion of forests prevents miilionalre-"tra- de of streams that ruin person buying the the silting n place and taking his scat In the House many harbors, and cresti bars that vessels and others or Lords. This; of course, should the prevent house of Howard, to whieh the earl berequiring deep water from reaching longs, get Into a financially light place. their' docks. .Philadelphia Is a case in point in this connection. In an address by the writer before the recent Southern Industrial convention in Philadelphia, he showed that railways and have cleared millions in less utheis required to harvest the grain crop of than two .decades by tree planting. J, ,"1311 ern Canada. i j -0 3 . the-boar- nt th - sea-goi- 20,000 frw A"t ppt theCon-tineu- L ant yield Reports are that oftheNo. average 1 Hard yield w heat in Western Canada will t a over thirty bushels to the acre. Price for farm help will be excellent. Splendid Ranching Lands adjoining the Wheat Belt , Excursion will be rpn from all point in the United States to the Free Grant Lauds,; Secure a home at once, and If yon wish to purchase at prevailing prices, and secure the advantage of the low rates, apply for literature, rates, etc., to F. Peoi.et, Superintendent Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or to W. V. Bennett, Canadian Agent, 8Q1 Sew York Life Bldg., ' . ' - ' Omaha, Neb. When visiting Buffalo, do not fall to sje the Canadian Exhibit at the - -- Gov-emine- nt ; ' -- THE GENUINE Vv Ha Worth ISO a Veer. I a.. Tbaa . . tau Mt Th.lr rha greater number Bark). of belts are Mifcicirs Eye Salve shaped, and white calf and patent leather are among the best. The harness buckle is the buckle for these belts. Occasionally there Is a buckle that Is covered. Some of the belts have buckles on either aide of the front and open at one of them. Suede and velvet belts are studded with metal. The lot of the clergy in ths "hurch of England today la said to be so A giU of sixteen passed the Gaastts You may use with per office this morning dressed to kill, says wretched that even younger sons have feet safety MitchelTs the Emporia Gazette. She had on red ' K"eu up the career which for so many That not Salve. Eye was looked upon us their chief $i!licree.toekinvs,f,patent leather shoes, years -Mitch-e!I- V true ot pungent drugs., retm be understood It may eas-ila 310 hat, a baatle of great price, fritted and that is thib and a standard to tucked a popular ta lmg has ceased tail appeal skirt, ttwpth An 4'atC shbt waist, and she carried a $75 to tht nt when the f tet is known that article. It actually does what it .ibuu; 14 omj fl.es iqj the Atmospheric sharps say that even at a. claims to do. Price, 25 cents. parasol. Here hair was frizzed anl Oat ttiti'i more than 7 t u,) are worth lets the equ. tor the average temperature of fmmped and bedecked and she wore that. 1 7 50 a year and that marly all the sea at the depth of a mil la hut 4 yawlIt. J3c Hell I tucket huw Tort City. Jewels and jP manner of stuff that busiof above tu nit at c decreasing in value. About degrees freexlng point slxteenyear-f!- d girl has no moie ness wearing them than she has to go 1 'om In tn lues Hre w nth only $500 a ear and Ires than $.'0 annua'ly is naked. One rig Is about as vulgar and Of the t. tin n fiom 300 livings ahi h have other as the and tawdry ifeeap course, the child who Is being rushed bet n ii.eiitlv dts r Im! ns more neatly s'ki vines to the unfortunates who into womanhood by a fool mother doesnt move In th b s' crowd of girls are aligned to them In the dioeess T itTbhoiough there Are and boys of the town She caf'' ge in. Her father makrs penty of nt mey, livtiKo that are worth no niOrtTlhan but her mothers frol no' ion of dress $735 a year, and this la not yet the ui si as there are In Newcastle beneAnother girl pars'd bars the child. the street a few minutes afte- - the firs', fit re that are valued at ony $125 a girl passed the.office. Girl numb-- r two 'ear The wivts of clergymen in is the dauglUer of a family that counts there parishes are of course unable to Its wealth with six figures. She wore implov aeivants and all the drudgny a simple gingham gown that she mads ot buns mk fula on their shoulders he luxury of meat is denied to them herself, and a pair of plain $3 shoes. their Her hair was done up neatly and simexcept on alternate daya and There thiidren- - of whom the number is ply as a girls hair should be were no rings on her fingers or bells on neatly a'wavs In Inverse ratio to the her toes. She was a pretty, quietly amount of the living are prepared by j edutation in the elementary schoo'a, or dressed, sweet faced Innocent schoolgirl with her head full of the fine by the teaching their parents can give dreams and fancies that come to every them at odd times for their descent to girl. Her name is found In the list of a lower social sphere. These clergymen, as a ru'e come from good country those present at the entertainments Their wives are from the given at the best hohtea in town. Her families. mother U .responsible for the childs same class and are In few caes fitted . -- s1Xt-tiTi- 8 T I And every Distressing Irritation of the Skin and Scalp Instantly graces. Her mother keeps her girlish and In doing so the mother retains her youth. She is one of the handsomest women in town. Her face reflects a clean heart. The girl doesn't hear Sho gossip In her home. doesnt know everything on earth or In hell which word is here used reverently and she doesnt gad the streets She' Ts a good cookA good housekeeper and has the making of a woman as useful as her mother Is. It is all a matter of ideals in this old world. Often people think because a girl doesnt conquer the world as she promised to In her high school essay, that she has forgotten all about It. But when a woman ' brings up a clean, wholesome family In this generation of vipers she has been reasonably true to herself and her aspirations, even if she doesnt strip the laurel tree for her millinery. ma-Ikdo- with two-thir- New York Sun. A Spllla( Iarrot. Polly's cage, when at the seaside, hung upon a piazza where the little children were in the habit of studying aloud. The bird, apparently listening, would make -- an effort to repeat what she could catch. Then Suddenly she would burst out with; "Til spell (a strong emphasis on the' r), continuing with a low chuckle ot satisfaction, and ending in a hearty and laugh at her success, the little ones joining in the chorus. She was very fond ot the children. In the early morning, when her cage was Machines la Agiicaltara. In l855 It required on the average opened to give her liberty, she would four hours and 34 minutes of the time walk about for a time, climb the stairs to the children's room, and crawl Into of a laborer to do the ploughing, hartheir beds before time tor rising. Cofrowing, cultivating, etc., that went to the producing of a bushel of Indian fee was almost absolutely necessary corn, and the price of that laborer was to her existence. She would call early and steadily for It in the morning, nearly 30 cents on the average. Toher tones to the length of day machines have changed conditions. adjusting ordering Their use has reduced the necessary time spent In waiting the-ra- se 'tnrgfir time ofithe laborer to about 34 min- begging, beseeching, as utes and the cost of It to about 10f be, holding her cup meanwhile, to cents. The wages are, however, much hasten matters. A very retiring, modest embetter now than in 1855. In 1830 the servant maid had been long In our time required to produce each bushel ploy. She had a follower named Thomof wheat was over three hours, It Is as, who nightly paid . hla visit, cof-it now about 10 minutes; the cost has chanced one morning that Polly's been reduced fromover 17 cents to fee had been long delayed. A . gentleman of the house coming to breakfast about 3 cents. Before the Introducretion of machines the time devoted to met the girl and made aa Inquiry' She turned to' meal. the reply, garding producing each ton of hay waa about when Polljf see35 hours; it is now 11 hours. In facing the questioner, for her revenge, took opportunity ing 18C0 the corresponding cost was over In a mans voice, called out: $3; it Is now about $1539. These tad It, aqd. The woman many other comparisons Of the sort "Mary, hows Thomas? are to be found In a report' by Mr.. retreated In confusion, while Polly Holmes printed bf the Department of laughed an ugly, low laugh; but the coffee was forthcoming. Our Animal Agriculture in Washington. f Friends, -y d' -- ' Coo trait Relieved by a Bath their training for a life of drudgery and hard work. The actual return for these livings la frequently much less than the figures quoted here a'nce their va'ue is dependent on the price of corn and this has declined until it many cases what used to be a living worth $300 is now in reality not worth more than of that sum. by West-WPPPw- ll-he.. tu Saul I -- HARVEST HARDS. MuAc. bi per-ao- 9- ENGLISH CLERGYMEN POOR. mothers. ( Tamparatar. Woadpn at tb the key to the situation. It will pay has Just published charts showing toe splendidly to intelligently engage In remarkable weather conditions which tree planting. It la terribly ruinout prevailed over the North"' Atlantto to fall to restore our wasted arboreal ocean and adjoining laads in the winwealth. Every year of delay to begin ter ot 1898-9At eea the weather was to apply the remedy to evils here aug-- , extremely boisterous for a period of gested is a loss- of many, millions of six weeks, while a great difference of dollars to the people of practically each temperature prevailed between the two and every state in the nation It Is an sides of the ocean. On February 10th opportunity that should be grasped. the thermometer at Fort Iogan, MonGeorge May Powell In Philadelphia tana, was 61 degrees below lero, while . Times. on. the same day at Liege, Belgium, it Wire. present time, between all Important telephone centers of the United States, while ths trunk wires are being used for transmitting speech, there are being sent over them simultaneously telegraphic 'messages Without produce lng any Interruption of the spoken words. Were t not for immediate laws of naturerwhieh cannot be varied by man or corporation, one might be listening, and take off the telegraphic message thus traversing ' these very conductors. What a tantalizing prospect for the wiretappers!, Although these .telegraphic Impulses, actually traverse" the coll of wire Jfe the telephone, held to the car wid actually speed along the Identicalcopper conductor at that time conveying the voice currents, you hear neither dot nor dash of the telegraphic message. 9. - And a single anointing with CUTICURA, the great skin cure and purest of emollients. This treatment,'when followed in severe cases by mild doses of CUTICURA RESOLVENT, to cool and cleanse the blood, is the most speedy, permanent, and economical cure for torturing, disfiguring, itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, crusted, and pimply skin and scalp humours with loss of hair ever compounded. nn jii SOAP, assisted fcy CutW Ointment , , preserving, purifying-- and Leautifying the skin, (or of crusts, scale, and dandruff, and the stop cleansing the scalp ping; of falling; hair for softening;, whitening;, and soothing red, "rough, and sore hands, for fcafcy rashes, itching?, and chafing, in the form of baths for annoying irritations and inflammations, or too free or offensive perspiration, in the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and many sanative antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women and mothers, and for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery. No amount of persuasion can rs duce those who have once used these great skin purifiers and to use any others. CUTICURA SOAP combines delicate emollient properties derived front. CUTICURA, the great skia most refresh-"in- g cure, with the purest of cleansing ingredients and the of flower doura. It unites in ONE.SQAP.at ONE PRICE, the pEST skin and complexion soap, and the BEST toikt and in the world. baby-soaExternal and Internal Treatment for Every Humour, Complete to clean th kla of eruM nl Cot alkUn of ,s ofteD Witfkfned cuticloj CUTHUfcA Oiutmamt, to w I 1 Olflpbfi tUfeUMly udiJUtv Hrtuiijr inflammation, nod IrriUtton, and cootlm USEtotCUTICURA bbau-tifie- fQllltlilll i nnvnnnnn ('CTK-o- 1; s hd Cirri i'ka kinoLVEnr, to cool nml cicnttM u 8rr i ofu noflicUmt to cure the mo$4 tortur. lngr, dutflfrnrtnc, Itrhlujr, bunting, ntidwAlf dm, tmlp, nnd blood, Y ben nil da hold thfouff bout tUe world. UriU-- h I4 pot: ftttbk. b&t? knmmira wtib toM f hrtorK.M q., LoaOoo, S.& 1'OCTXi I UUUU AKO atossTS 8. . cokr Sol. Bropfc, Botou, li. A. "THE SET blood. A 8INOLE Coxa, was 70.5 degrees above sero, a difference of 121.5 degrees, and over extensive regions, on two sides of the At.The relics from foreign countries which lantic' the. difference In 'temperature conn rov s riiorsAn mwptBt to hk oitfh swat, A OlUliia 30 TUX It. B.USVLhH OELlTEUhO rHt-ett-f XUAKHE was arranged at Windsor castle in amounted to 100 degrees. honor of the "diamond Jubilee- is to rela a ASBESTINE Weatherproof, Fireproof paint It comes in dry powder form,' in white, black and 18 brilliant colors. main intact; and the present cataColor of BaUrflto Mix it with cold water and spply tt yourself. The powder ia logue privately printed for the use of Butterflies change their color acand the water is free. It coots 14 As much as oil paint. cheap . lord chamberlains department, cording to the heat of the atmosphere. the Oiernniion persons used It last year. Everybody needs when the museum is shown to the This Interesting fact has been discovASBESTINE. Send for sample and tintj kings guests, will therefore ered by M. .Bandfusa of Zurich 1 mt Sam. Ltt.rarr Falk. E.Tlroam.Bt BENNETT GLASS & PAINT CO., Salt Uks City, Utah. Jbutter-degreIn force, says an English newswho subjected 40,000 people are evidently not In Literary DRUG CO., Helena. Montana. PARCHEN A ocof number relics of the paper. large of the suns heat need of holidays. So long aa they have ALDEN SPEARES SOUS CO. THE same type are being accumulated at casion, it being unusually cold In SwitCHICAGO NEW YORK "BOTOH pens. Ink and paper and access to a licollections castle the from took hitherto (he zerland, a butterfly common there can write their books anybrary, they housed at . Marlborough house and on the appearance of a butterfly from where, and many choose to write them Sandringham, and room Is being made Lapland. On the other hand, butterflies tn the quiet seclusion of a country EDUCATIONAL for them In the armory, and also- In which were subjected to a higher de- house. Rider Haggard enjoys tbs secluthe guard chamber, which at present gree of solar heat, than the normal sion of a Norfolk farm, George Mere- The only J..b contains the Tippoo Sabib trophy, as looked aa if they had been barn and dlth leads a reclusive lHe among the with the followingprei well as the Cellnl shield, .commemoraraised In Corsica or Syria. One result Surrey hills, G. A. Henty writes all his .patent and Improvements: tive of the field of the cloth of gold. of these novel experiments la the prod board on his eighty-tobooks boys duction of butterflies of sn entirely yacht, and Dr. Gordon Stables has fdr New koilef DlteMdiM Throw. Im beof new type, some of. them being ; Aa Artificial Mas. his study a gypsy caravan, tn which Nm laprMii Daerorolbl SripHn " hs wanders at will for a half of every CMtrimlcd Pltn. A doctor his calculated how much It wildering beauty. Wbteh make It th. would cost to make n artificial man. lightest runningin and tho He estimates that a pair of arms cost WaAaerleaa WUm fastest Job pros tbi won- market, a nrr.Be,. $90, or with the hands articulated cost The countess of Strafford retired Stra.4 Car derful pro Peter, placing au ui abemt $175 ; a pair of legs, also articu- from soefety entirely on the death of Portugal Is suffering from a plethFor gat. by WESTERN NEWSPAPER INION, lated, cost about $140; a Jalse nose In Queen Victoria, but will resume lavish ora of money Just now. Not gold, of . alt Lak. fclty, Itak. To whom writ tor clrculara and net price. $100. to $8Q For $130 he entertainments as soon as the period course, nor sliver, but copper. So vast metal, from THE UNIVERSITY OF KOTKE DAL1E, believes that he could get a pair of of mourning Is over.-- Her ladyship, Is the supply of thla inferior metal V14allrr und Kpptp-R- - tn NOTRE DAMB, INDIANA. fltorwr tttiu(i ti4 .ears Just like natures1 handiwork, fit- previous to marrying s title, was the that ordinary people are exceedingly, Ecowoadc, and Mlatorv, vfeuto rouM Oudei, Lrtter., Srtn.ee Cimtlnc ' A will im Jirom.H.m, Art, Pharmacy, UW ted . with artificial ear drums and enormously rich widow of Samuel Col- chary of changing such few gold coins rwtor iMt Lrffsr.vnnitatrii of Uwlf Hwiortlf$ Civil. (Vchankal and Electrical BaglawrlnA Bioit $kpitral Bits of a they may come Into their possesresonators. A complete set. of teeth, gate; a soap manufacturer of New Archluctnra. V.iu., tout t and Ciamwdil frrofnimohwnrailoa.forjan. Tlmroagh Prrart ary with palate tn platinum; costa from $40 York., The earl was killed By a train sion. The copper coinage and PATlSCfilAll BERRIES J.h7,rr Conrro Kccienf anttcai atudent at teclal ratea r St thetr ttmrl, um curbfelldlwiril-- r. .. ItllHoa. to $90, and fora good pair of artificial la England and hts estate went to a cum bet some, and ills also depreciaItNmFm. junlororSeniorVear.CollrottatA tit .ad b Htronarb, .rd tic, ur. Courres. v.r, Room. t Krai, nalerot chargea, T h.lr dlwroM r eyas about $30 would have to be paid. brother, the countess having Meantime ted, so that in order to avoid being Ll..rlalirtppa a SC Edward-- ' ttail, to bo' under 13. ema. m.tl Sent be.'tb hy tsMrr. f. fcnrden cusIn has become It the with Thus the total cost of restoring a batYear will opea Septoatow IOtk.1901, of amount The SSih a it. S. C. money LrR. H. U.Mi. tulumbla. expended, large Fro. Adrtro. tom, in larger cltiea.at a!t events to Whes kaaweriag kdvertisetieats Ki.dly Catalogwr A. tered veteran who has lost most of his rehabilitating the -- Strafford ktv, MORKlsat V , C. 9 Prroldenc h street bar tickets as currency.. , separable parts would be about $600. . JUstios This riper. , W. N. U, Salt Lak No. 33. 001 Royal Nittta at Wia l.oe Cavtta. Interesting .litlhS museum of Still-remai- n .wJTIHE8SiPAIfi tt i Swit-serian- d. es On.-on- e P0JHIEI SUCKED KACAO YELLOW WILL KEEP YOU DSZY NOTHING ELSE WILL 'mt MAPUAKE NOJUMTITUTti LOOK FOR FREE' CATAL06UE3 3H0WIN4 FULL LINE OF GARMENTS AND HAT3 A TOWER CO- - BOSTON. MA33. TRADE J Challenge - Cordon tIStSSS.: f:S - to-c- -- J CtU MWI HOWENi SEALE AUCTION Rina BY MAIL. YOUR OWN PRICE. is-bi- g URGtfO fttd Couch fejTOpL ' Urn Tmm. Good, CM toIohz 1 Aa-In- famlly-manslon- s. ' i .