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The Salt Lajee TinmnsrE: Friday MoKNnsrG February 1 2, 1904. 3 !' 1 1 H
PTnd about 1
SilKE BRANCH OFFICE.
MK'ten Ave Telephone 111 J
Wf, NEW TRESTLE.
SlLanent Structure for West Arm
I 'fP of Lake.
Feb 11. Work has been be
construction of the perma--1
Z tie near the sink on the west
iDif Mr la. The new trestle is
J(f 1 distance of -S600 feet on the
itThl and Is to be the permanent
UP.it two big derricks are being
.Jfor the work. A new tele-
jf ?.SSn will be established here to
- i?rn as Midlake.
! THEY STOLE JUGS.
L Went to Reform School for
5 f Their Action.
I L Iad9 named Bremer. Eastman
i. ? ; rkson. were ordered committed
1 school yesterday by Judge
ltert The" are the boys who
JM vie "el's warehouse some days
,?aJ ?Moie a number of jugs, which
Vi '"id to various saloonkeepers.
! poison Was Perfume,
larocent looking little two-ounce
K'St perfume caused all kinds
friieraent at the police station
S- nlsnt George Miller had
Sea by Offlccr Chambers and
"tn the police- station to be held
. Sa t Lake officers. In his pocket
round a small bottle of , reenlsh
tearing a label upon which was
kail and cross bones, and unacr
rhlch was the bold, red letters,
Detective Pender and Capt,
S pjunctd upon the vial and saw
It tore the name of a certa n
-rat druggist, and Immediately
"cp0n him to ascertain the nature
dkdlydrug. The druggist looked
c bottle and laughed. He stated
ie party had come in the morning
skfd for some perfume. When it
at up he asked the druggist to put
ion lable on the bottle, as people
n stealing his perfume.
:aSi M Lapp has gore to Laramie upon
KftSrJ LRoitiibatim r BrlSham City Is In
3 i a Thorpe was up from Salt Lake
, - y rii Hanson was up from Salt Lake
t7lsj toiiy afternoon.
C Murdoek of Beaver City,
1 f 1 iiisan Ogden visitor.
La E. H. Liue and Mrs. VT. B.
earn Tl are In Ogden from Promontory,
iicager James Agler of the Southern
iic returned West yesterday morn-
"I ft A. Cainns of the C. & N. W. nt
jjtefo Is risking in the city for a few
IJBrti PJo Grande Western will build
yyjAmiiir addition to their Icehouso in
Ti; case of Ingebretsen yp. Frazzinl
iiWJiters has been dismissed In the Dis
court. "jJj taf. E. W. Nichols and Mrs. Dr.
'"Hi! m of Brlgham City are visiting
& A. R. C. Smith,
raiani B. Hughes of the C. A.
HmnS znhwalie Produce company has re
j " tui from California.
3 rah IT, A. Overbed: of the Western Mo
ipdw.i S P!ov company was In Ogden
gjjjji caday from Salt Lake.
it,1n rtt deputy county assessors have
'r$i disced iholr labors upon the valua
ersijtf t681116 property In the county.
tome of Durbln Terry of Cllnto.
Iunty, was destroyed by fire rc
Uh a loss of about fSOO, with
rbtherhood of Locomotive En
held their annual ball at Dig
est night, which was very
ihrce cars of beef from South
irsd Chicago passed through Og
terday, consigned to agents of
1 Superintendent J. M. Grueber
ly of the Union Pacific arrived
e Ea5t last night and will in
i yards here today,
ttfali and wife of Rock Springs,
re n the city for a few days.
;ill lethc president of the First
1 Bank in that cllj.
Buce. Sr.. of Hooper war. in
from his wagon while going
learn being unruly.
lyp'1 seneral agent of tho
led ve Agency of Denver. was
n visitor yesterday afternoon.
formerly Ch.ef of Police of
,?nves ioda for San
In the Interests of the Corey
".mpany. who have a
me-mlle contract on the South
'Sft Sur hns Petitioned the
ourt to be appointed guardian
k " Emma. Pearl and Ernest
Tanr.e a heirs in the estate of
&Scr.owcroft Lumber com
ll . v artcrnon Purchased the
iif. man estatc' on Twenty
J: The office of the new com
11 &e erected there.
Collector John A. Lenzl, ln
7 , lQrd fr e northern
up cf fh' i'est-iay made a
and Li ne .houses on Election
Sv?,mUfid a11 the dealers In
My the Government tax.
Kc5Trlnten'Jent c- rd
31 hi , 0m, he Unlon Padnc
HinaSw"ed,ed at Cheyenne by
,f0-mcrly of Green
oiSS ',bf two divisions be-ia-n
and Chejvenne in the fu-
ggg ??a THE FOURTH TIME
tt1 m'Att Honl1iTT.hc JJeneral merchan
7' i?&B,n,8 10 C- c- Crapo of this
1X$'- to th,n ,ni last n,ft a'"1 ,,r
'tE!4. tho cx.t.t',;t 01 about S75 was
r JBS7.01 Woes aicl0,6 lnkcn consisting
mA WM& ' HC8 ns "kuI about 7::n
7 l RnlnL if5u5nt1" ""tH l 'clock
U'.. turbid T.t0 that "Irnu nothing
1 Byw!But when tho proprietor
- S! Kind Yoj Hava Always BooeU
DIED ALONE AND
IN FRIGHTFUL AGONY
William H. Johnston, a New Rsichnt of Wciser, Rented a
House Wednesday and Was Found Dead Yesterday
Morning Well Supp ied With Funds.
"vVeiser, Ida.. Feb. 11. This morning
about 8 o'clock the body of "a dead man
was found In an old house in the north
ern part of the city. The house was
rented Wednesday afternoon by a man
who stated his name was William H.
Johnston, and that he had just arrived
He also stated he was not well, as he
had a severe pain In his head. Ho
placed a stove and some bedding in the
In the abwnce of tho Coroner Justice
of the Peace Coakley Impaneled a Jury,
who viewed the remains. An Investi
gation of his clothes dlsclooad the fact
that he was well supplied with money.
came to open up thin morning he found
a largo man hole bored through the front
door, which Immediately told what had
been going on. A braco and bit had been
used and alxty-ninc- holes had hern bored
around throe sides of one of the panels
of tho door and the fourth side of tho
panel had been split of?, making a hole
largo enough so a man could easily enter.
The work scem3 to havo been done by
some one who was well acquainted about
the place, as shoc3 of only certain kinds
and sizes were taken, and they wcro
culled from all through the entire stock
of shoos. This makes tho fourth time
this samo store has been broken Into and
As yot no cluo has been obtained of tho
thlovcs. but every effort Hvlll be made to
PR0V9 COMMERCIAL CLUB.
SECURES QUARTERS AND READY
A Tnngle in tho Affairs of Mount
Nebo School District An
Provo. Feb. 11. The Provo Commercial
club hela a meeting last evening In the
courtroom. The special committee re
ported that the suite of rooms over the
Provo Meat and Packing company had
been engaged for clubrooms, and that the
next meeting on March 1st would be held
thcro. Tho rooms are supplied with all
the most modern conveniences and will
make Ideal quarters. The executive com
mittee was authorized to purchase furni
ture and other fixtures for the rooms
It Is hoped that before the next meet
ing tho enrollment will reach 100 members.
Superintendent J. L. Brown of the
countv schools Is working hard to
straighten out the affairs of the Mt. Nebo
Several months ago tho board of trus
tees of the district was J. P. Walker. S.
C Catnbell artd Frank S. Roberta. Tho
former was made chairman, although he
never qualified, but left the district for
Kansas soon after he was elected.
At the regular school election hold last
July Mr Roberts was elected to succeed
himself as trustee. At such elections tho
law provides that the trustees shall sub
mit a report to the taxpayers, showing
tho management and condition of tho
schools In the district during tho preced
ing year. It Is also provided that the ot
rs shall vote the compensation for each
member of the board. This was not done,
as the people now claim they were not
advised by the board as to the voting of
compensation, and only two voted for $10
pay for Mr. Roberts and nono for tho
Messrs. Cambell nnd Roborts at one of
the meetings fixed the compensation for
themselves at $150 each and for Mr. Walk
er, who had moved out of the State and
had never qualified, J50.
This action was not discovered until In
December, when Cambell and Roberts
left the State, going Into Idaho. Super
intendent Brown was not notified of the
board's action until ho eecurcd tho rec
ords. Among the papers were the ballots al
leged to havo been cast at the election.
Eight of them were In tho same hand
writing and correspond with tho writing
of the secretary, as shown on tho rec
ord. These eight ballots wero for $150.00
compensation for the two acting members
and J50 for Walker.
Superintendent Brown recently held a
meeting with Mt Nebo people, and all
present reported they had not voted any
compensation to the trustees.
A resolution was adopted at the meet
ing authorizing Mr. Brown to employ legal
assistance and start suit agant tho tnreo
men to recover tho money.
Mt. Nebo district employs only one
teacher and has only thirteen children of
The three months' old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles E .'loncs died today.
The funeral services will bo hold from the
family residence In the Second ward Sat
urday nt j;C0 o'clock.
The police department arretted four
hoodlums today for disturbing the peace
at the B. Y. university. Three of them
entered pleas of guilty nnd sentence will
the pronounced on Saturday next. The
fourth one will have a hearing on Satur
day. Complaints have been filed with Justice
Noon charging William Potter and Paris
Ballard with extortion. From the facts
In the case it appears that three Spanish
Fork boys wore at Tucker and were gath
ering pp coal on tho railroad right of way.
Potter and Ballard, It Is alleged, came up
on them and the former, pointing a rlflo
at the throe boyn, staled that he was u
Ightwatchman of the railroad company
md to connliicr themuelvcs under arrest.
Potter offered to compromlae the affair,
and the three boyn paid Potter $1:25, all
thev had They discovered later that
Potter was an Impostor and filed a com
plaint Potter has Just completed n thir
ty days' sentence for stealing coal at
Tucker The preliminary hearing Is set
for Tuesday, February 16th. at 2 o'clock.
Sheriff Harmon went to Colton today on
County Attorney Page and Deputy
Sheriff Graham Were Investigating a
criminal case at Spanish Fork yesterday.
EUREKA BASEBALL FANS J
PLAN FOR THE SEASON
Pnrpka Feb. 10. J. V. McKcon, who
slaved with tho well-known Blue Rock
ascball team during the Inst season, Is
-r aking preparations to put a first-class
team In the field next xoason. Mr. Mc
rc"on will organize a stock company, dv
ine everyone Interested a chanco to assist
subscribing for stock. The stock book
JlU w onencd this month and thoso ln-
orested 1 the venture say that they will
.yperlence no difficulty In placing cnouKh
jtock to insure tho success of the affair.
t the present time there Is tho nucleus
of a first-class team In the camp and It
r.nid be a verv easy mattor to pet
onouch play.TS to fill out tho list. Mr.
SSn iiys that he can slBn two or
Mi?M the best players In the State Just
ns Boon as tho stock Is taken up by the
W of the camp By the addition of
about three now monto those who played
hSro last year Eureka, would have ri win
nfn team from tho start. The following
well-known amateur players aro now In
In a pocketbook was found $23. B0 in
cash and a draft for 53000 in favor of
William Lane, with no indorsement.
The draft was issued by the Puget
Sound National Bank of Seattle. Deeds
and other papers of value, also letters
from his mother and brother, of Venice,
Holt county, Neb., were found on the
A letter waa received today by a roal
estate man from a brother of the dead
man inquiring about ranch property.
A' telegram was sant him notifying him
of his brother's death. The body will
be held awaiting a reply.
Tho Jury decided death was from
natural causes. He evidently died In
great agony, as the legs and body were
Eureka: Ernest nnd James Hauser, Wil
llnm King, Willie Douglass, Arthur Chlv
rcll, Fred Ditmcr. T Done, J. C. McKeon
and Charles Demmlng. It would be an
easy matter to secure a four-team league
for tho State, taking In Park City. Eu
reka, Salt Lake and some other town.
BIG LAND DEAL
CHURCH OFFICIAL IS CERTAIN
REPORT OF BIG WYOMING"
SALE IS A MISTAKE.
Cheyenne, Wyo., Feb. II. A deal has
been closed whereby the Stato Land
board sella 16,000 additional acres of
land in the Eig Horn country to Apos
tle Woodruff and a syndicate of Mor
mons. The Mormons propose to start
big Irrigation projects and settle the
land with at least 20,000 more Mormons.
The colony already numbers about SOOO
When the above dispatch was shown
to Apostle George A. Smith, who is also
receiver of the United States Land of
fice for Utah, last night he said-
"I do not believe that the report is
correct. I know nothing of such a deal
and I would be in a position to know
if anything of tho kind was in con
templation. One reason which makes
me think It is a mistake Is that I know
Apostle Woodruff to be ,In an entirely
different part of the Stale. If there Is
such a deal Apostlo Woodruff Is not
connected with it."
NOTES FROM LOGAN.
Logan, Jan. 11. air. Mitchell, agent
for The Tribune, is in the city, and is
very busy soliciting new subscribers
and collecting outstanding accounts.
His very liberal offer, together with the
make-up and contents of The Tribune,
Is getting a large share of new sub
scribers. The church board of examiners, con
sisting of Superintendent of Church
Schools J. M. Tanner. President J. H.
Paul of the L. D. S. U.. President
George H. Brlmhall of the B. Y. U-, and
President James H. Llnford of the B.
Y. C, will meet at Logan on Saturday
next. The question of a church sum
mer school ie now receiving the atten
tion of the board.
The recent fires seem to have aroused
our City Fathers to the extent at least
that a committee, consisting of Mayor
Robinson. Councilman Crawford and
Building Inspector Albert Berntson, are
making an inspection of all public
buildings, and steps will be taken to In
crease the exits where necessary and
see that they are unlocked on all pub
Alfred Cole, son of Hon. George Cole
of Longan, and Misa Mabel Snow,
daughter of the late President Lorenzo
Snow, wore married In the Logan Tem
Drs. Budge and Calderwood have
performed operations for appendicitis
on Miss Maughnn, daughter of Charles
Maughan of Wcllsvllle; Mr. Gardner,
student of the A. C. U., and Mrs. Laura
Funk, wife of C. L. Funk of Richmond,
and daughter of Apostle M. W. Mer
rill. At this writing all are doing well.
Mrs W. O. Thomas of Salt Lake 13 vis
iting Mrs. G. W. Mutch at Bolso.
The casing for tho BcttyH oil well near
Evanston has arrived and has been placed
In position and the flow of water shut off.
Drilling has been resumed and the "wise"
.say that Rood news will soon bo clven to
the public from the Bottys property
Mine Inspector Bradbury of Wyoming
reports all tho mines at Dlamondvlllo and
Cumborland In splendid condition, with
the exception of No, 4 at Glencoe, which
has been burning for more than two
weeks. This mine has been now aban
doned temporarily, but 11 Is believed the
rlamcs will noon dlo out and the men bo
returned to work.
Miss Carlllo Kent of the Haley ranch,
near Sundance. Wyo,, Is slowly recovering
from her recent painful accident, ns tho
result of which she had a portion of her
nose bitten off by one of her dogs. Sho
dtprlvcil tho dog of a bone on which ho
was gnawing, with the result mated. Miss
Kent does not believe the dog Intended r,e
scntlng. but Inflicted the wound uninten
tionally. The falling of a scaffold nt the new
Methodist church at Boise came nenr re
sulting In the serious injury. If not death,
to six men. As it waa all escaped in
Jury excepting Harry Hart, who sus
tained a fracture of the noso and wound
on tho head. The men were engaged In
laying brick on ono of tho last gables,
when tho scaffold pave way. precipitating
them to the floor below, a dlatunco of
about twenty feet.
R. H. Barclay and B. R McGlnnls, the
nsslstant superintendents of mall ser
vlco. who went to make a special con
tract for carrying the Lander mall, suc
ceeded In making an agreement with Jo
seph Stevenson, formor superintendent of
the line. Mr. Stevenson nnd announced
that riot another staKc should be started
until n price of $75 a day for operating tho
line should be agreed upon, but the spe
cial contract awarded calls for 554 a day.
There had been no mall to Lander for
five days, which, made a loss of J260 to the
A Rawlins Item In the Chcyonnc Trlb
uno says. "Er.glnocr Pat Burns has made
another record-breaking run. Soon after
leaving Rock Springs he received a tele
gram announclnd that two llttlo girls
had arrived at his home. From then on
he paid no attention to red boards and
tho dispatchers knew It was useless to
trv to hold him, so gave him right of way
over all trains. When he arrived in Raw
lins he learned that tho physician had
mado a mistake In the message. But Pat
Is willing to overlook the error and very
proudly tells the boys about his new
I TRIBUNE BUREAU,
m Murray King, Correspondent. oj
ROBERTS FOUND GUILTY.
Park City Man Fined Fifty Dollars
for Assault on the Person of
Annio Engblom Notes.
Park City, Feb, 1L The case of Harry
Morgan, charged with assault on tho per
son of Annie Angblom at Maple Hall on
tho morning of February Gth. was tried
today before City Justice W. S. Lock
hart. Three witnesses wcro examined for
tho prosecution and the prisoner for tho
defense, substantiating the story already
published In Tho Tribune. The court
found tho defendant guilty and imposed
a fine of $50. In liou of which Morgan waa
remanded lo Jail for fifty days.
A. H, Fuelling returned from Salt Lako
Earl Dunshee was among the arrivals
this morning from the capital.
J. M. Lockhart returned from Zlon this
Dr.' and Mrs. Hughes arrived today
from tho motropolis.
Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Ward bocamo the
happy parents this morning of a ten
Thomas Powers, late of this place, was
back to the Park today to, shake hands
with old friends.
The Teamsters' union Is preparing to
glvo a valentine ball at Maple Hall Feb
The funeral of 19-months-old Omar
Brcmhall. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. M.
Brcmhall, who died Tuesday of pneu
monia, waa held today from the family
rcsldenco on Ontario rldsc.
MET DEATH IN
EDWARD PUTNAM A VICTIM OF
A CAVE-IN AT BOUN
Bountiful, Feb. 11. Edward Putnam of
this vlllago met a tragic death by tho
cave-In of a well which he was digging.
He was being assisted by Hugh Moss,
who was badly hurt, but not fatally. The
men had gotten down fifteen feet whon
the fall came, killing Mr. Putnam in
stantly. He leaves a wlfo and -family of
four children. The funeral will bo held
on Sunday at 2 p. m. In the Bountiful
Joseph Hansen of Ephraim Took
Grain, but Claims Deht.
Ephraim. Feb. 11- Joseph Hansen of
this city was arrested yesterday on a
charge of housebreaking. When accused
of stealing a cartload of wheat from Nells
Mortensen's granary the young man mado
an open confession of tho crime. The de
fendant claims that Mortcnsen owes him
a considerable sum of money for services
rendered lost summer and thai the grain
was tnken to settle the unpaid account.
Hanson was placed In the county Jail at
Mantl lo await tho action of the District
court, which convenes In May.
Tho Woodmen of tho World lodgo No.
402 aro preparing to glvo a grand ball at
tho opora-housc Thursday week.
The Union hotel owned by S. J. John
son, was purchased today by Sephen Vor
hecs of Mantl, who took chargo of tho
business Immediately after tho transfer
Fred Jorgensen returned from Salt
Lake Tuesday, where ho spont tho weok
as the guest of M. F Murray's family,
Tho marriage of Miss Nora Bcal. daugh
ter of Honrv Bcal of this city, and Bishop
Carl Mattson of Sallna was solemnized In
tho Mantl temple today Mr. and Mrs.
Mattson will make their homo In Sallna.
! JOSEPH WILKINSON DEAD.
An Old and Highly Respected Citi- i
zon of Hoytsville.
Coalville, Feb. 1L Joseph Wilkinson, a
prominent and highly-respected resident
of Hoytsville, this county, died this
morning about I o'clock, after suffering
for nenriy five months from dropsy anrt
heart trouble- Deceased was about 5a
years of nge and has been a resident of
this county for a long time. Ho hns
raised a largo family of chlldron. all of
whom ar grown Mr. Wilkinson was a
successful rancher, and )wncd a good
farm. Ho waa a very quiet, unassuming
man. and has done much to advance the
Interests of his horno town. He was high
ly respected by all his acquaintances and
will bo greatly missed In the community.
Tho sympnthy of all Is extended to tho
bereaved wife and chlldron who are loft
to mourn his loss.
The funeral will bo held Sunday after
noon from the Hoytsville ward meetinghouse.
DEATH OF MRS. CLARK.
Coalville Lady Passes to the Beyond
An Old Resident.
Coalville. Feb. 10. Mrs. Emily Clark,
wife of John Clark of this city, died this
morning about 2 o'clock. About three
months ago tho lady was stricken with
apoplectic affection and lost all power of
her limbs, sho has been bedfast since that
time and gradually sank, having Buffered
a great deal during tho thrco months of
Deceased was about 52 years of age, bo
lne born at Hull, Yorkshire, England, No
vember 30, 1S52. She emigrated to this
country In the year 187C. Sho was mar
ried to John Clark of Upton on April 10,
1001, at Salt Lake. For two years they
lived at Upton and then moved to Coal
ville, where they have made their homo
since. She leaves two children and a hus
band, besides several sisters to mourn
Funeral services will bo held from the
residence tomorrow afternoon, nnd tho
romalns will be tr.kon to Salt Lake City
F8R A GREATER UTAH.
Bill to Annex a Portion of Arizona
Introduced by Congressman
Washington, Feb., 11. Representative
Howell of Utah introduced a bill today
providing that all that portion of Arizona
Territory lying north and west of the
center of tho Colorado river shall be an
nexed to the State of Utah.
A distressing case of Fibroid Tumor,
which baffled the skill of Boston doctors.
Mrs. Hayes, of Boston, Mass., in
the following" letter tells how she was
cured, after everything else failed, by
Lydia E Pinfchams Vegetable Compound
Mrs. Hayes' First Letter Appealing: to Blrs. Pinkham for Help
"Dear Mp.s. Pinkham: I have been under Boston doctors' treat
ment for a long time without any relief. They tell mo I have a fibroid
tumor. I cannot sit do'wn without great pain, and the soreness extends
up my spine. I have bearing-down pains both back and front. My ab
domen is swollen, and I have had flowing spells for three years. My ap
petite is not good. I cannot walk or be on my feet for any length of timo.
"The symptoms of Fibroid Tumor given in your little book ac
curately describe my case, so I write to you for advice." (Signed) Mrs.
E. F. 1-La.yes, 252 Dudley St., ("Rosbury) Boston, Mass.
Note the result of Mrs. Pinkharn's advice al
though she advised Mrs. Hayes, of Boston, to take
her medicine which she knew would help her
her letter contained a mass of additional instruc
tions as to treatment, all of which helped to bring
about the happy result.
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: Sometime ago I wrote to you describ
ing my symptoms and asked your advice. You replied, and I followed
all your directions carcfull', and to-day I am a well woman.
" Tho use of Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound entirely
expelled the tumor and strengthened my whole system. I can walk
" Lydia E. Plnkliam'a Vcgetablo Compound is worth five dol-
t T . i . n i r-i i .1 'il. i
t iars a uxop. uuvise uu women who are uiiucteu. wiui tumors or
female trouble of anr kind to give ifc a faithful trial." (Signed) Mrs.
E. F. Hayes, 252 Dudley St., (Roxbury) Boston, Mass.
Mountains o,f gold could not purchase such testimony or take
tho place of tho health and happiness which Lydia E. Pinkharn's
Vegetable Compound brought to Mrs. Hayes.
Such testimony should be accepted by all women as convincing
evidence that Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound, stands
without a peer as a remed3r for all the distressing ills of women; all
ovarian troubles; tumors; inflammations; ulceration, falling and dis
placements of tho womb; backache; irregular, suppressed or painful
menstruation. Surely the volume and character of the testimonial let
ters we are daily printing in the newspapers can leave no room for doubt.
Mrs. Hayes at her above address will gladly answer any letters
which sick women may write for fuller information about her illness.
Her gratitude to Mrs. Pinkham and Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vegetable
Compound is so genuine and heartfelt that she thinks no trouble is too
great for her to take in return for her health and happiness.
Truly is it said that it is Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Com
pound that is curing so many women, and no othej indici.ne ; don't for
get this when some druggist wants to sell you something else.
SEfJlfini FORFE5T If wo cannot forthwith produce tho original letters and signatures ol
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v jOJwt Jt port lo Oil up Uw iwcsof tho coods and respond to tho Ironlnu 'A
TT b ,TllltenU, ftIul Bmoothnc,s ot flniln ,l3ttt 14 urrrWiJSly flue, y
$! ' Jm OSWEGO I
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J delicacy nnd nuwnoa thnt In cbarmltic A Mnrch lont nertr vnrlw. S,
5 Evi-TrSftSft5'- henco never difajipolnis. tiocs fartlieat bcauw pureot. ij
U -pgttR.fja... -w sold CTCrywherc.
ol -tC'" 03WCQO STARCH FACTORY. OBWCCO, N. Y. j
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i Now Is the time to reach the Farmers they are not busy. The Inter- a
Mountain Farmer Is tho medium, the only agricultural paper In this $
j field. , Write or apply for advertising rates'. , jj
133 S. WEST TEMPLE STREET
Prlracry 8ooontf2r Poison
Porraunontly Cnrod. i'ou enn bo trcatclot homo
uudor f aino cuaranty. Capital S.VW.000. Wo solicit
the most obstinato case. Wo hnvo cured tho worst
cuts iu 15 to 35 days. If yon hnvo tnuon niorcur7.
Iclldepntuh and still havo nclios anil pains. Mucus
Patohoi In Mouth Soro Throat. PIujIiIpk. Coppor
Colorod Spots. Ulcora on any part of tho body, Ilair
or Evourows falling out. wrlto for proofs of coroa.
Cook i&eEBedy Co.
MO H1S0SI0 UK?Li. OJlica. HI. 100-f p It
fellow LabcL' Gold Label J
j 5 an Fraraici j eo, C al j
Richer & Llndley, Distributors. Salt L-oke.
I There's a Best I'll
I ' IN EVERYTHING. I j.
...IN SAUSAGE... I : j I
It's BERG'S, for which vrc
I are exclusive agents in this ffl
Fresh shipment just in, I 1
SOUTH SIDE 1 ; I
j GROCERY i
'Phone 753-K. 374 S. Main. I jH
I THERE'S NO PLACE 1 H
LIKE HOME . ,
WHEN IT'S YOUR j !
OWN HOME. j
p Rented abodes are never en- B ;
?! joyed like snug, comfortable E 1 H
I and honestly constructed cot-
tages, built to your order, on jJ
easy terms, by ( j j
HOI-rEBUILDER, j ijH
78 West Second South St. ' .
At the Sign: 9 I jH
"Whose P.oof Is Over Tour g
1 REPAIRING GLASSES I
' Brlnfj your glasses to tho factory 3 i IH
to have them repaired. 5 IH
fi Ve have overy known part ot cyo jj uM
glasses or spectacles or can rnako I IH
to order anything in our line. Wo , I
carry a complcto Uno of temples, I '
guards, hangers, cye-lasn ctiutna 1
ft and hooks, springs, studs or $ (
A bridges, and can repair any pair of .
glasses at very short notice. Com- -h
plicated lenses ground to order. J 1 1 ;jH
$ EYE TESTS FREE. 1! HH
Utah Opticas Go,, jj j ;
227 MAIN ST. 1 ' 11
I jl I jH
ITtoee Crowe Teal !
1, Has a Pleasing Flavor. B ! (I !
I On Every Package. jj
i "Three Crown Means Ulghcst jj
I HEWLETT BROS. CO. J
I i 1 ! I
"Wo send for and repair nil ll
d sorts of clocks, watches and t ll
Jewelry. i J
M Only skilled workmen cm- 1
ployed. j jH
j .'Phono 65' for correct time.
SALT LAKE ClTYf j
I Why Hesitate ? j ;;' I
j We furnish homes complete
t that's nil. Everything from Jij IH
I Carpet Tacks to high-grade j i IH
I Terms: S1.00 on S10.00. Il
I S10.00 on SIOO.OO. j jl jH
iI'No Interest. I 1
I X. L Furn. & Carpet ' j I
Installment Hosss H
48 East Second So. St. 1
P. A. SOKENSEN", Prop. 1
Tel. 400. B ' j jH
UTAH BCKHNu" tiro COSr" N. "5 I
Better than any Eastern make. Will 1 ' !
cost you less money. Ask your deal-
cr for them. Look for our trad t I
mark. 1 I
,Utah Bedding & MTg Co. I'
Salt Ialco City. Utah, i