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J THE SAXT IjAKE TRIBTOTE: THTORSPAT MORXEIsa, FEBRUABT 25, 1904. 3 ! I
IN AND ABOUT 1
tik.ll TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, I
ivafhlnston Ave.. Telephone 111 J
liOUBLE AT OGOEN
yor Glasmann Nominates
ffS Democrats fer Office.
M Vely Party Row Is Now en
"V) ! With Serious Rosults.
rlA 0f the Sexton, Who Was Dis
R H ' ippointed Nomination for City
mi ' physician Withdrawn.
IWCGD Fel) 2i--Pollt,c8 18 at lho
IL4f point In Ogdcn, nnd all on ac
HEt of lho llttlo llasco In tho City Coun
Httet Tuesday evening. Tho general
yCSK&ic docs not appear to be aware of tho
ftwfErfj cf the situation, and a little inside
SJLj-fc-j. may be Interesting. Tho Trlbuno
) CUn t-a r.ot vouch for tho facts of the case,
it-T Elvlnff them as told by the parties
kJ tiKorflng to the story, Mr Jcunc. the
3 tm crKDt Incumbent of tho City Sexton's
DtJJ good Republican, by the way
! 4U called upon to contribute to tho Re
nal? (rtlican campaign fund and did so, ex
iffdlr a reappointment In case the Rc
rV!r"iViS were victorious. They wero
T6rfl Serious, but Jeune didn't get lho ap
Ja. jltout three weeks ago the Mayor sent
..tstti bit nameof W. L. Porter, a Democrat.
ti (jxita office and It was voted down by n.
J role. Three of tho Republicans and
.aii no Democrats voted to confirm.
TAKEN" TO TASK. v
"Tl Republican city central committee
ujg m, took the unruly Republicans to task
Lis tc voting for a Democrat, and they are
as having promised faithfully that
'-jJ Uc would .support Republicans In tho
jjr? and that If Mr. Porter's namo
oif up again they would vote against
I Last Tucidav ovenlng the Major
'fM s:l tho members of the Council Into
c'jrenco before tho meeting and
(bached the subject of the appointments,
J3"' threupon ono prominent member cx-
hlrrself and walked out of tho
la the open session of tho Council
filch followed Mr Portcr'B namo was
u1 r.kaltled and conllrmed. all voting In
fiur except Carr, Craig- and Randall.
fSLfl k'5'4 tne vol waa c'ill0(' 'or Mr. Ran
!' m created a mild sensation by a talk
ah!ch he stated that tho honor of tho
S? cljr 1,1(1 ,no Integrity of the Council
: .My I we at stake, and called upon his col-
s to stand by the party and vote
S'AIIED AND WITHDRAWN,
cr tho vole had boon taken and tho
: announced, the Mayor sent In the
of Lyman Skeen, Jr . for City
loan, President Carr asked. "Is
mother Democrat?" whereupon the
r, -who was present, stated thnt if
jo objected ho would withdraw the
. Mr Carr said, "I object," and the
tos accordingly withdrawn,
clash between tho Mayor and tho
ell has caused serious trouble In tho
of the party, and many prominent
bltcans were heard to say yestordav
the Mayor was wrong, and were
In their praises of tht three Rcpub
h? "J? fcr lhe nart' and
'mSPiS1 Democratic appointee,
dins Republicans, while having no
SI tKn-.erc,stJ,n an ofnco so inslgnin
u.Btror Clty ?oxton 3t"l censuro
f0X aPP0,ntng a Democrat,
him They claim that It has
VE?nyr 'It11"1' nnd ln of the
of the coming election they
mxlous that no trouble occur.
3t; SOLDIERS IN OGDEN.
Ji 40108 f ahrolfth Infantry Pass
A, P.. c and D. from Fort
Jfr?LJrt!.' and ComPan'" G and II, from
. CS"C' a" of th0 Twelfth United
lttrfivfaULry' pasaed through Ogdcn
WWWm tn niiroutel the Phlllpplnea.
lB?rrt0,rcl,,ovo th0 Twenty-ninth ln
W3 aruJ ar In command of Col. J. v.
ANOTHER GREEK DEAD.
nlill Hre VIctim Added t0 1116 List
51:' f KUled at Jackson, ITer.
JWthcr victim was added to the death
0 Jacltson explosion yesterday
IflfcHt S" Poles- another of tho injured
feJKr succunibl to his Injuries and his
JlWkb ?n H1 kcn ,n chargo by Undertaker
HSkri iL ? 4 Prepared f0r burial. This
'"HHiMH , l3.t iIp 10 "a total of twenty
'WT a thrCr0 yt unaccounted for.
NJi-V. barbers Meet,
fckffiia n Board of Earber Examiners
WWaSw2n al Fcllx Rhelnbold's shop,
WCcatinLi510" av,-nuo. yesterday, Eleven
MWwrtwSVr? examlned, six of whom
Vd lnil'r,tl,lcates- Twenty-two shops
-bD?Eetl. nnd a marked condition
JVorv r,,nt Van f0lIntl- To get sat
tfflffAwSKUlt,i t ic public should demand
V u'AK nm. rs clean tovels, clean hands.
c,ean razors and clean
'Feili pdiCOvm,bs- Tho Board consists
''Wetdlet RflelnboW. prealdont; Dr. C. M.
W -:fttiry lrea3Urcr. and Pcrley A. 21111.
L Now Car Line.
. iP'Cfcl?00 aPld Transit company has
Ztlrt?er w'th a Pittsburg house
rlrtSWi acn"" slecl rails, which they
DJf Twonty-tiftli street, ln placo
iifolhB .n.1 onc,il- T,ie city will soon
Si tomnan r itf rvpang tho Btr;t and
JllirSl will replaco Ibj track with
' 5f mpmont throughout.
h Pr0f Pftg0 3ad-
D t jALreeMrt r;'ncbcd 0ftdcn the death
srS P2f.Vi i11-.' of lror. R- S. Page.
Wfrb pJSir ri?tsndcnt of the Ogdcn clty
frVlcnt - Paso was tho first supcr
I ' IH" Is dim tnc OsMn schools, nnd to
I j IB? PuttlnV'Jat deal of tho credit for
Ktffleat c?.?,' 1110 locai schools in their
j PPM cxcc)lent condition
ifyL Ino Moro Funerals.
4br'ttJ'i vlcUmn of the Jackson dls
Jm. ThU "a'gncd to the grave yostor
(Sjt1 b'UA 1 trttaI of flrirjCn that have
BOkUS CaSB Sottled'
.tJ'iiBl'aeCLof Klcholao Dokus vm Southern
.35lPtrdaV :rap4Jn,y was Bottled out of court
O'Jffllf Bokus, a Greek, was illled
I or. tap Ogdcn-L-ucin cut-off some weeks
rIl3.cxcc.litors S-U(;d tno company for
J10.CO0. but M three of plalntlfTs witnesses
, wero killed in the Jackson explosion tho
cheo Is compromised for siooO.
"V. A, Staley Is down from Pocatello.
E. IL Francis Is in town from Wells,
11. H. Sponcer left yesterday for Idaho
Miss Eva Stahr .Is 111 at her homo on
Russell Dowry was in town from Salt
Mrs. Gallaudct .leaves tomorrow for Cal
ifornia on a visit.
baTlh?as7evrnlntb "S dfty
thtfnfartrSf1' mana ot
H. C. Wardlelgh. left yesterday for Mur-
i.n IJlln5?? conccted with thu
Knlghto of Pythlns.
Dr. Jlydo is in town from Rcxbum. Ida.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wright of Rox
burg. Ida., loft for Salt Lake yesterday.
Ilcttic Slmmcrson was yesterday gr'int
cd a divorce from her huband. Charles
Simmorson. on the ground of failure to
Mrs. Kathcrlne Lundstrom died at her
homo at Flvo Points Tueodav. Tho fu
neral will bo held this afternoon from the
r io Points meetlns-housc.
Edward McFadden. tho negro who stolo
two suits of clthed from a man on Twenty-fifth
street, was sentonccd to fifty dayB
by Judgo IIowoll yesterday.
Marrlago licenses were' Issued yester
"at?.W B- Sackott. aged 26, and Clara
M. Sclfert in, both of Ogdcn. and to Ed
ward Lytsma, 23, and Anna M, Oawev 1
both of Ocden. '
PART OF IRRIGATION
LAW HELD INVALID
Important Decision in a Water Suit
Handed Down by Idaho Su
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
BOISE, Ida.. Feb. 24. Sections 31, 35
and 36 of the State Irrigation law
passed by the Seventh Legislature and
approved March 11, 1903, have been de
clared by the Supreme court ln a de
cision annountcd this afternoon, to be
repugnant to the provisions of section
26, article 7, of the Slate constitution,
and therefore unconstitutional and
These sections, the court holds, may
be stricken from tho act and leave the
remaining part of the act complete and
The sections referred to are the only
ones the court felt called upon to pass
on in the case of Bear Lake County vs.
Alfred Budge. Judge of tho Fifth dis
trict, in which a writ was sought to
prohibit the Judge from further pro
ceedings In an action pending in Bear
Lake county, wherein Water Commis
sioner of the First Water district, Is
plalnjtlff, and the claimants to the use
of the water ln Dairy Canyon creek
the defendants, though none of the de
fendants were named In the action.
The writ of prohibition sought by
Bear Lake county Is granted by the
Acting under the provisions of the
State Irrigation law, Water Commis
sioner Turner brought suit In the Dis
trict court of Bear Lake county In June,
1D03, for the purpose of quieting title to
the right to the use of waters of Dairy
DEATH OF AIT OLD RESIDENT.
Hark Fletcher of Logan Passes Away
Uote and Personal.
(Special to The Tribune)
LOGAK, Feb. 24. Funeral cervices over
the rvmalns of the Into Mark Fletcher,
who died very suddenly Saturday morn
ing of dropsy and other complications,
woro held yeslcrday at tho family resi
dence, under the direction of the Rev. N.
E. Clcmeason. Bishop Thomas IL Smith,
an old friend and companion of the de
ceased, relntcd many experiences cf a
trying character that he had endured.
Rev Clcmcnson icad from the New Toe
tamcnt and delivered a Scriptural els-
Mark Fletcher was onn of Lopan s ola
r;t citizens. He was born ln Fnskln, Scot
land, on August 19. 1826. In 1X5 ho mar
ried Mary Cook In Liverpool, England, nnd
came to Utah September 25. 1S3G. He has
liven in Logan slnco January 1, ISCo. His
father fought at the battlo of Irafalgar
under Lord Nelson. A short time after ho
died, leaving his son Mark, but 11 years
of ago to support his mother and tnreo
slutors. Ho was a hard worker, fiugal
and lnductrlous. a sturdy citizen and uni
versally respected. He was tho rather of
tweivo children, an Invalid and eight chil
dren survive him.
State Auditor C. S. Tlngey and State
Bank Examiner W. J. Beatio are In tho
clty At the request of the. Agricultural
college Mr. Bentlc Is auditing the books
of that Institution. No special significance
attaches to Mr. Tlngcy's prt-sencc.
County Clerk Larson has issucrd tho fc- -lowing
marrlago licenses- Alexander Isatt,
aged I 80, to Mary R. Nlelson. aged S3, both
of Logan; Charles E. Atkinson, aged 2o. o
Clarkston. to Ellen Rlchcson, aged 2J, of
Logan; Frederick J. Tack, aged 2C. of
Clarkston. to Allco Watson, aged s, of
S Artlclca 'of incorpjoratlon of the Logan
Furniture company havo been filed with
Clerk Larscn. The purpose Is for buying
adn selling furniture, etc. The capitaliza
tion Is $25,000. divided Into share of tho
p"r valuo of $30 each. The officers nro ns
follows: Zoph Thomas, president; W K.
Btirnhoin, vice-president; Noah Laraen,
treasurer; Fred Scholcs, secretary.
RICH ROCK UNCOVERED
IN AN IDAHO MINE
(Special to Tho Tribune)
BOISE, Ida.. Feb. IM.-Rcports from the
Dakotah mining property of the H. .
group at Thunder Mountain show it is
oncn n?r up In a remarkable manner. After
pOHslng through forty foot of ore. running
from 51 to 511. the tunnel encountered an
oro body running much higher, the assays
ranging from JM .to $72. At last accounts
th flatter character of oro has boon pen
etrated 1 olghten feet, with tho face still
Bhowing thj same material.
Mrs. John Miller HI.
;atctAOUIN. Feb, 23. Word wns re
cd&d he T that Mrs. John Miller, was
very IU at Gunnison, where sho was em
ployed as school teacher. Her mother
Sriis wired for and la now at her daugh
ter's bedside. This morning a meswigo
stnted that lho young lady was worse.
MrV Gus Wlckman died here this
morning at her home. The old lady pawed
away at 10:45 a. m.
Moffat Line Surveyors.
(Special to The Tribune.)
SPRING V1LLE, Feb. 24.-Tho party of
Moffat surveyors who hnvo been running
a line down Hobble Creek canyon havo
completed the line and havo gone over
iomp4nnTiIflh Fork canyon to run another
fn 1 It cannof bo definitely learned at
this tlmo what th chances arc for tho
Hobble Creek lino to bo taken.
I PARK CITY 1
I TRIBUNE BUREAU, 1
S Murray King, Correspondent. jS
SAVED A'MAN'S LIFE.
OPERATION BY PHYSICIANS
Robert Milliner Had His Skull Baldly
Fractured by a Falling Rock A
Boy's Broken Leg.
(Special to The Tribune.)
PARK CITV, Feb. 21. Dr. 13. P. Le
comptc returned late last evening from
Kamas, where he, assisted by Dr Rcdlcy.
performed a delicate operation and saved
tho life of Robert Milliner, who" had been
unconscious two days as the result of a
blow on the head from a falling rock.
Milliner, a young man of 21, was en
gaged ln cleaning out a well, when a stone
as laree as a man's fist fell twenty-live
feet and struck him on the head, badly
fracturing the skull.
The attending physicians were obliged to
trepan the Injured placo and removo a
clot of blood from beneath the skull. Tho
patient recovered consciousness at 10
o'clock last evening and is Improving rap
Idly. A BOY'S BROKEN LEG.
Lawrence Gibbon, a lad of 17, sustained
a broken leg and a dislocation of tho an
kle at Rockport yesterday. Ho was help
ing to removo a cow from a sleigh by the
aid of a derrick, whcii tho sleigh was
thrown upon him with the nbove rosults.
Dr. E, P. Lecompte wan summoned from
Park City and found the Injury an un
usually bad one.
NOTE AND PERSONAL.
Sherman Bower, the telegraph operator
at tho Rio Grande Western has been re
moved to Elslnore, whero ho will com
mence his work as operator In a day or
Gus Sun's minstrels -will appear at tho
Dewey theater tomorrow evening.
, Mr. and Mrs W. 1 Snyder returned to
the capital last evening.
Mrs. P McPherson was on the outgoing
train last evening.
Miss Katherlno Cunningham nnd Mlsa
Frieda Funk returned to tho U. of U. yes
terday. N. B. Dresser returned to tho capital
C. S. Ralph and Mr. Peer inspected tho
Majestic today. ,
Sam Raddon returned from Salt Lako
George Smith returned from tho me
Mies Lcalah Schrock was among the ar
rivals this morning from Salt Lake.
Ray Kidder came up from Salt Lako to
day. Mrs, Lee Richardson was nuiong the ar
rivals this morning from Salt Lake
Bishop A Hatch and wife - of Heber
cano up from Provo today on the way to
Hodge Marshal, a representative of 'the
Utah Liquor company, bid In the ola
Zang saloon stock and fixtures for $175.C0.
James McPherson arrived from Tono
pah. Nov., today.
Secretary B, J Wilkinson and othcra of
the J. I C. were up from Salt Lake today
to adjust the affairs of tho company hero,
following tho suspension. ,
As tho result of tho warm rains and
thaw snow has so far disappeared from
tho vicinity of Park City that the hoso
wns brought into requisition on Main
street today and tho highway given a
thorough soaking. The rains of a day or
two ago, so unusual at this time of tho
year at this altitude, havo greatly reduced
the mcajor supply of snow In tho hills
in this vicinity.
Decision in Overlap Case by Federal
Supreme Court a Sovero Blow
VANCOUVER, Wash., Feb. 24. Tho
decision of the United States Supreme
court In awarding the "overlap lands"
to the Northern Pacific railway, which
appeared In this morning's press dis
patches, will affect almost 2000 persons
In this county.
Tho contested grants comprise all the
odd sections In the northern nnd west
ern portions of Clark county, most of
It being fine limber, grazing and farm
On this land the Government has Is
sued 1895 patents and many of the pat
entees have made their homes there for
years besides Improving the property.
The suit has been bitterly fought
through the courts for the past ten
years and thousands of dollars have
been expended to defray the costs.
In addition to this expenditure,
should it be impossible to make the
railway company select other lands ua
der the lieu land act, the settlers must
suffer tho hardships of buying their
land over again from the company or
forfeit their farms an,d the Improvements.
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
MERCUR, Feb. 2:. Old Glory was
hoisted on the city hall, schoolhouse and
postoffico ln honor of Washington's birth
day. Mrs. L. E. Ward has loft Mcrcur for
Salt Lake, to romaln there for a week;
then sho will start for Do La Mar to Join
George Hurlburt, manager of the Gold
Belt Water company, has bought tho lots
belonging to J. W. Addle, where tho opora
house and othor buildings wore located.
Wo can look with confidence to Homo
more now buildings going up ln the near
Mian Ida Colvin, who has been staying
with her sister since last Bummer, re
turned to her parents' home in Ogdcn to
day Tho weather of the last fow days has
been favorable. The snow has practically
disappeared, and v.ork Is therefore ex
pected to commence soon on tho Gey3cy
J. L. Craft, who roturnod from tho city,
after consultation with the managomcnt
of tho Greene Reduction company, reports
that operations will be rosumod In tho
Dr, J. H. Talt of this city has opened
dental parlors In ODhlr. Ho will devote a
week in each month to that plnce.
M)ss Connie Evers entertained her young
companions to an "At Home" on the oc
casion of her fifth birthday: the boys and
girls under 8 years of ago from 4 to C
p. m.: thoso above 8 from S to 10 p. m.
Miss Connie conducted herself with all the
grace of a hostess and tho young folks
enjoyed themselves Inmcnsely.
Dr. Thayer reports the city pretty free
from sickness, with the exception of bad
colds and one case of scarlot rover, which
Is progressing- vory satisfactorily
WILL BREAK GROUND
BEFORE APRIL FIRST
New Railroad in Wyoming Will Bo
Constructed Without Loss
(Special to The Tribune.)
DOUGLAS, Wyo.v Feb. 24. Gov.
Catterton announces that actual grad
ing for the Belgo-Amcrlcan railroad
will begin before April 1st. The sur
veyor are within three miles of Doug
las. The survey parallels the Northwest
The Belgo-American demands a free
right-of-way between Douglas and Orln
and as far between Douglas nnd Lan
der as can be secured. Gov. Chatter
ton will return to Douglas next Mon
day to confer with a citizens' committee.
VIEWING THE DISASTER.
BOX ELDER OFFICIALS GO TO
They Pick Up S1028.25 and Deposit
It Game Warden Named r
(Special to The Tribune.)
BRIG1IAM CITY, Feb. 24. Saturday
Sheriff Josephson, Attorney ( J. S. Perry
and Justice William llorsley. accom
panied by a Jury, consisting of William
Wight, C. C Hanson and James Knud
son. and others, went out to tho scene
of the Lucln cut-off disaster. They were
met therfl by Special Officers II. II. Cor
don. J. L. Roblneltc, and proceeded to
Investigate the affair. Twenty-two bodies
woro brought to Ogden and an Inquest
was bigun. A number of witnesses were
examined. Including the brakeman. fire
man, timekeeper and engineer. They re
turned Sunday morning and the Investi
gation continues in Ogden today by May
or Glasmann nnd others Justice Horslcy
brought In $1928.25 that was picked up at
the scene of the explosion, and It was
deposited hero for safe keeping with
the County Treasurer.
The Countv Commissioners met at the
courthouse Saturday night and transacted
tho following business:
William Davis was appointed road
supervisor of Thrce-Mllc district, vice W,
L. Wight, resigned. J P. Larsen was
appointed game wardon of Box Elder
An appropriation of 300 was made to
the road supervisor of Promontory dis
trict to be used on roads.
A petition asking for a bounty on jack
rabbits was granted and a bounty of 3
A petition for a bridge, at the head of
Salt creek was referred to Commissioner
Hart to Investigate.
The following ofllcera were elected at
tho fruit-growers' meeting Saturday
night: J. P. Chrlstenson. president; N. J.
Valentine, vice-president; H. Standing,
recording secretary; J. M. Jensen, corre
sponding pecretary; G. W Watklns,
treasurer, H. E. Larscn. librarian S. A.
Sackett and E. A. Box wero appointed a
committee on by-laws, and members were
appointed to prepare subjects for discus
sion at tho next meeting, which will bo
held next Saturday night.
A marrlago license was granted this
week to Frank Chrlstenson and Miss
Eleanor Larsen. both of this city.
Tho Brlgham Military band gave an
open-air concert ln front of Bootho &
Pierce's store Monday afternoon, which
wns highly appreciated.
Apostles Ilyrum M. Smith and R. Claw
son and Church Historian Andrew Jensen
and Bishop Ek. all of Salt Cake City,
were tho visitors to the quarterly confer
ence held here Sunday and Alonday.
At a meeting of tho beet-growers held
ln tho courthouse Monday, President
David Ecclcs and Job Plngreo of the Og
den Sugar company wero In attendance.
A settlement of pome differences between
tho beet-growers and the sugar company
was made. Tho . meeting was a lengthy
one and will prove of benefit to tho beet
growers In the wnj of transportation and
CASE OF ALLEGED LAND
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb 21 F. A. Hvdo
and Attorney H. P. Dimond. recently In
dicted by tho Federal grand Jury at
Washington on charges of conspiracy to
defraud the Governmont In land-grabbing
schemes, appeared today before United
States Commissioner Ileacock. By mutual
consent tho case went over until March
lifiAJ too far and the
aVr voman 'wno reaches
f rP,' I over the cliff for the
P f 0 covets flower goes
fc crashing down into the
II ftbyss below. Just a
1 little too far and the
ulif I' vroman, who, day by
Kre" u yt neglect to care the
VfTrr womanly diseases which
weaken her is prostrated
rtUyJ upon a bed of sickness.
Hy No woman should
trifle with the diseases peculiar to her
bcx. Neglect to-day means a woree con
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription 13 a
safe and reliable remedy for the cure of
diseases peculiarly womanly. It estab
lishes regularity, dries enfeebling drains,
heals muammation and ulceration and
cure 3 female weakness.
"My wire, Mrs. Mary Kates, ltas been taking
Ttrur medicine and received great benefit from
It." writes lr. Geo. Wm. Estea, of SpringeTOX'c,
Va. "Wu troubled xviUi female weakness,
heavy, bearing-down pains, savere pain in back
and head, ana a tired, worn-out feeling all the
lime. Tried all the reracdiea vrc could hear ofl",
but thoydld uo good. Finally ive wrote to you
nnd my wife commenced tnViTig ' Favorite Pre
Kription.' Took ten bottles, and is in better
health ttvm before in a long time. We nhalJ
always recommend Dr. iHcrce'fl Favorite Pre
tcriptivs to all who arc tlnrt afflicted.
n Favorite Prescription " makes weak
women strong, sick women well. Accept
no substitute for the medicine which
works wonders for week women.
The Common Sense Medical Adviser,
icoS large pages, in paper covers, is sent
free on receipt of twenty-one one-cent
stamps to pay expense of mailing only.
Address Br, JR. V. Pierce Buffalo. N, Y.
1 1 ""e World of Medicine MgnizesCrip as ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ""i 1
Physician Pe-rn?- B j I
j I S President National College of Lav, Nashville, Tenn, i 1 I H
) Mr. William Farr, President of the National College of Law, Nnshvlllc,
(Tenn., writes: I
( ''Two years ngo I had a severe attack of la grippe, which seemed to (
bafflo tho physicians, nnd I was unablo to attend to my office work and it
interfered with my routine of business. One of my students, -who had been
j cured by using Pcruna, advised me to try it and acting on his advico I did i
(so, but with misgivings I can assure you. I was heartily surprised to find?
that a change for the better set in almost as soon as I had finished tho
) first bottle, and I was able to take up my work again in a week and in two )
S weeks I had entirely recovered my good health. S
S "Peruna is well deserving of coufidenco find I sincerely add my littles
to the much said In praise of it." William Farr.
La Grippe Is Epidemic Catarrh.
No one with perfectly healthy mu
cous membranes can contract la
grippe. Peruna makes diseased mucous
membranes healthy. This not only
rids the patient of catarrh, but fortifies
the body against the reverses of all cli
mates, epidemics and contagious dis
La grippe is not a very fatal disease,
BENTON, LA. Congressman J. H.
Caldwell Is an ardent friend to Peruna.
The following Is an extract froim a let
ter recently Avrlttcn by him:
"It affords me great pleasure to state
that for several years I have used your
remedies In my family with most satis
"Particularly have I found Peruna to
be a most effective remedy for the -cure
of la grippe, coulds, coughs, asthma or
any pulmonary- trouble for which I have
had occasion to recommend It." J. H.
Caldwell, Congressman from Louisiana.
imw.rnM..t,L-n.uji ijl. 'J wj.lu.iw a tin vyuurmi
THERE'S PLENTY OF ROOM
For Improvement, but not In dental :
work dono by us. We use the very i
best up-to-dato dental methods, i
best material and the best talent. !
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Bridge Work, per tooth B.00
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although many die of it during the
course of an epidemic.
The chief danger which ia to be
feared 13 the low and weakened state it
produces, giving a chance for other dis
eases to set In and finish the work.
Pneumonia, consumption, congestion
of the lungs nnd brain, acute rheuma
tism, typhoid fever and typhoid malaria
are all frequent followers of la grippe.
TARBORO, N. C The following let- 1
ter from Congressman George H.
White gives his experience with the fa
mous catarrh remedy Pcruna. Not only
did It cure him of grip, but ho uses It
ay a family medicine. He writes:
','1 am more than satisfied with Peru
na and find It to be an excellent remedy
for the grap and catarrh. I have used
It In my family, and they all Join me in
recominehdlng'lt as an excellent reme
dy "George H. White.. Congressman
from North Carolina I
1 i 1
However different observers may ac
count for it, the fact remains that '
every epidemic brings with It a fearful (
death rate. i i ,
In speaking cf the treatment of la '
grippe Dr. S. B. Hartman, President of ' i
The Hartman Sanitarium at Columbus,
"I have long , since passed through J , IH
what may be called the experiment ' IH
stage of the doctor's theory. In the be- I
ginning of my medical career I, like j
many other physicians, used many
drugs, but experience gradually taught
me which lho reliable few were. Since
the epidemic of la grippe of 1S60 I have j
used Invariably In the treatment of la i
grippe, Peruna. This remedy so exact- '
ly meets all the symptoms of la grippe , I
that it is folly to lose any time ln ex- i IH
perlmentlng with other remedies." IH
If you do not receive prompt and sat- IH
lsfactory results from the use of Peru
na, write at once to Dr. Hartman. glv- . i
Ing a full statement of your case, and IH
he will be pleased to give you his? valu- JH
able advice gratis. j IH
Address Dr. Hartman. President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
Prominent Americans Who Owe Their Prompt Relief From Grip to Pe-rwna. 1
1 NEW YORK CITY, N.'T. The fol-
lowing letter was received from Joseph IH
A. Fllnn, Alderman Fifth District: , , , '
"I had a slight attack of la grippe ! '
and at once took Peruna, which drove , ,
the disease out of my system ln a few
days and did not hinder me from pur-
suing my dally work. IH
"I should like to see our Board of IH
Health give It olllclal recognition and IH
have it u?ad generally among our poor
sick people in Greater New York," IH
Joseph A. Flinn, 104 Christopher street. j
I to St. Lonis. a 1
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ii IjrSlS SALT LAKE CITY. :