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H 8 Tms Sait LtAXE Tribtodb: Sunday Momrare. March 13. 1904. j
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I ASKS $15,000 FOR
LOSS OF AN EYE
Explosion of a Blank Cartridgo "by a
Docoinotlvo Basis of Damage
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN", Mai tell 12. Charles W. Peck
hos brought sutft against Ogden Union
Hallway and Dilpot company for 515.250
damages for personal injuries. The
complaint alleged that last December,
while defendant vV.'as crossing tlie tracks
just west of the Union depot, some per
son unknown to him placed a blank
cnrtrldgo on the track which was ex
ploded by tho wluttda of a, passing en
gino, a pleco of the shell striking him
on the eyo mid destroying the sight C.
C. Rlchnrda i3 plaAntiff's attorney.
ITKOUBLE TOE, llOY WITH j
INCmJDIAB.X TENDENCIES i
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, March 12. Somo one whose
namo could not bo ascertained tel
ephoned to tlvi Chief of Po
lice last night from West Ogdcn that
n. boy had piled rubbish against tho
side of his barn, and attempted to set
fire to St. Tho Chief endeavored to get
the man's name, bnt although he re
prated It a half dozen times the Chief
could not moke it out. The man said,
however, that he Intended to appear
on Monday mornlog and swear to a
complaint charging tho boy with at
I MICHAEL HIGGIE'S PLEADS
GUILTY TO atlNOR, CHARG-E
Special to Tho Tribune.,
OGDEN, March 12. The case of the
State vs. Michael 3I!gglis, charged
with assault with intense to murder, was
Tho defendant was fallowed to plead
guilty to the charge oC assault with a
deadly weapon, which hq did, and ho
was fined $50, which he iiald and was
released. Tho case hoa been before the
court for about three years.
I RELEASED FROM PRIS.'ON
AND MUST LEAVE STATE
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, March 12. Xeri-enco Thomp
son j who escaped from the reform
school and was then tui;ncl over to the
District court for trial on the charge of
burglary, wns released yesterday.
Thompson's family aro about to re
move to Montana, and he was released
on condition that he be tivkm from the
I ACCUSED OF HAVING- FORGED
AN ORDER ON B. F. THOMAS
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, March. 12. Frank Sullivan
and James Slmmona were r.rrestod ear
ly yesterday morning for forging an or
der on 13. F. Thomas.
Slmmony was later dlsohitrged as he
proed that he had nothing to do with
the matter. Sullivan Is being held on
a. misdemeanor charge.
I ALLEGED CHECK WOR.1CEB
BEING SOUGHT BY POLICE
Special to The Trlbuno.
OGDEN, March 12. II. E. West la
wanted by the police for issuing vorth
He is said to have iKsued chcolcs on
(various firms and Individuals in Ogden.
I New Canyon. Hotel.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, March 12. William G. Wil
son, proprietor of the Ogdcn Canyon
Hermitage, has tho plans drawn for his
new hotel at his popular resort. In Og
den canyon. The new hotel will be
"built of logs and -will be furnished with
nil the modem conveniences. Wilson
expects to have tho building ready for
the coming season.
Hj Ogden Churches.
jjpj First Presbyterian church Morning
mrvico at 11. subject. "The Valley of Dc-
clsion." Evening service at 7:30, subject,
"Tho Power of a Truo Ufo": thoughts on
tho lives of Elijah and John Wicllf.
Men's league Tuesday night; Judge-
Howell will speak.
Tho following special music will bo
rendered at tho regular afternoon ser-
vices In tho Tabernacle tomorrow at 2
I p m - "High on tho Mountain .Top,"
I Tabernacle choir; "Author of Faith,"
SS choir; tenor solo, "Everlasting Day"
I (Hnvln), Frank E. West; Hoprano solo,
H "Conic Unto Mc" (Lindsay), Miss
Wealthy Bolnap; solo and chorus, "Cal-
vnrj"' (Rodney), Miss Bessie Blair and
Services In tho First Methodist church,
Sundny. March 13th, as follows: Sundny
f school, 10 a. m.; preaching Horvlccs, u n,
I m , by Rev. R. 13. Gilpin of Logan, sub
j Ject. "Perfection tho Clirlstlan Goal";
anthem by the choir. "1 Was Glad When
TheV Said Unto Mc": solo by Mrs. Fred
N llesa: class meeting Immediately af-
tfr services; Junior league, 2:30 p. m.:
Epworth league devotional services, C:1C
I jr m,; preaching services. 7:30 p. m by
Jtev. R. E. Gilpin of Logan, subject,
M "Does God Dwell Upon tho Earth?"; an-
them, "Evening Song"; solo. Jay Smith.
Sata free. You are Invited to coino.
I Tho solo by Mrs. Fted N. Heos Sundny
morning will repay you for attending tho
I Flirt Methodist church, besides tho good
First Congregationnl church, Adams
M avenue, between. Twenty-fourlh and
I Twenty-fifth streets Sunday services at
01 a. m. and 7:30 p. ro.; Sunday-school nt
12 15; morning subject. "Llfo and Its
Plan"; evening subject, vSand-Wrltlnr":
Young Pcoplo'B meeting at 7:30 Monday
evening and Ulblo study on Wednesday
evening at tho same hour. All seat3 freo
and all welcome.
Church of the Good Shepherd, corner
of Grant and Twenty-fourth. Alfred
Brown, rector; fourth Sunday In Lent
Fni, celebration, 8 n. m. : Sunday
, t liocl. U:45; morning pruycr and sornion,
11, conllrmatJon class, 4; evening prayer
j ;md sermon. 7:00; morning topic, "Tho
J IHvino Method"; evening. "Tho Sixth
J Commandment, Thou Shalt Do No Mur-
H der"j Lontcn sen-lcos Mon.da-v Tuesday
T and Thurdday at I p. m., Wednesday and t
Friday at 7;30.
F. W. Gilbert is In town from Chicago.
L. C. Tobln in In town from San Fran
cisco. Mark Kuhn Is in town from hl3 north
J. Wash Young was up from Salt Lake
Post Surgeon Smyth of Fort Douglae
wi s In Ogdon yesterday.
Mrs. Fred King has presented her hus
band with a nine-pound son.
Tho case of Wangagaard vy. Grow oc
cupied Judgo Rolapp a altontlon again
Tho funoral of Christopher Aadneson
will bo held from tho Lynno mcotlng
houso at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Joseph Murdock, charKOd with disturb
ing tho peace by Isaac Roeellc, waa dis
missed by Judge Howell yeutorday.
Charles Thomas. Philip Miller, Harold
J. Piorpont and Frank D. Grccnwcll were
ndded to tho list of naval recruits yester
The board of trustees of tho State In
dustrial school mot yesterday and trans
acted tho regular business. Lewis Beck
man. Kont McDonald, Ellen Andrews,
Elliott Compton and Milo- Kemp vore
paroled under tho merit system.
BRIGHAM CITY NOTES.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BRIGILYM CITY. Utah. March 12. Ell
Holland, tho lC-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Holland of tho First ward,
died at hln homo Friday morning from
tho effects of an Internal injury. Ho was
Jumping with somo other boyc west of
Corlnno, whoro ho was omployod, and
was brought homo and given medical aid,
but his injuries proved fatal as Btated
above. Tho funeral was held nt 11
o'clock at tho First ward mcctlng-hou.na
Died, at Corlnno, Utah, Tuesday, March
7th, H. W. Daniels, son of Mr. J. C.
Gates, aged 23 years, of tuberculosis. The
funoral services woro held Wednesday at
At tho City Council mooting last Tues
day pomo changes wero mado in tho po
llco force, Mailnuo Olaen, special officer,
resigned, and Charles Chcal was appoint
ed to succeed him; C. F. Nelson wa9
mado night watchman to succeed John
C. Thomp.TOii, deceased. At a special ses
sion of tho Council held Wednesday night
tho matter of expending polltax was re
ferred to tho Commltteo on Streets. The
bonds of Special Policeman Charles
Cheal woro approved and a number of
claims wero referred to tho Conimittea on
A call for a Republican convontion to
meet at tho courthouse Saturday, April
2nd. has beon Issued by tho County Re
publican committee. Tho purposo of tho
convention Is to elect nineteen delegates
to the State Republican convontion at
Salt Lako City April S. 1SKM.
Born, to tho wlfo of William Glover.
Wednesday, Marcli 'Jth, a bouncing baby
boy J0', pounds.
At tho Presbyterian church tomorrow
(Sunday) night. Rev. A. T. Rankin will
answer the important question, "What
Must I Do to bo Snved?"
Tho windstorm Friday night blow down
a number of tho poles of tho Box Elder
Power and Light company on Second
"Sandy Bottom" proved a winning at
traction at tho opcra-houso last night,
tlio hall being well filled,
Jacob Kuncher has been appolntod post
master at Rosette, Utah.
William Llttlowood was quarantined at
his homo at the corner of Main and First
South yesterday with a wcll-dovoloped
caso of smallpox.
E C. Whuutloy, representative of tlio
Cushion Horseshoe company, returned
Wednesday from an extended visit In the
J. A. Edwards County Treasurer, was
In Logan Thursday on county business.
Mrs. B. H. Jonoa has gone to Los An
geles, Cai. for a few wtolcs' visit.
Moslah Evans, manager of tho Utah
sugar works at Garland, Is constructing
a residence at the above-named place,
whoro ho will moke his future homo.
Tho W. C. T. U. aro at work in Corlnno
endeavoring to have tho liquor license
raised from S00 to $1200.
Thoro was a good attendance at tho
parents' day exercises at the Contral
Bchool Friday. An excellent programmo
waa carried out, at tho conclusion of
which a number of tho parents made
short addresses County Superintendent
Nephl Anderson wis presented with a
gold watch and chain by the county
teachers as a token of respect. Ho will
leavo soon for Europo to take charge of
tho Millennium Star.
"Tho Magic Bcllo" will be presented at
tho First ward hall tonight by a local
IN PLANTING-BEET SEED, '
NEW DRILL FOR THE WORK
Special to The Tribune
LEIII. March 12 Orson Smith of Logan
Is In Lclil today exhibiting to tho factory
pcoplo and tho beet farmers a drill for
planting beet seed, Tho sucar officials
who havo examined tho new invention say
that apparently It Is a groat improvement
over tho kinds now in use, and tho farm
ers who havo seen the model and heard
Ita princlplo explained think that It will
work satisfactorily It Is probable that
several of them will be tried tho coming
sea.son. and If it meets tho claims oiado
by its Inventors they will no doubt be uni
Tho device, which la tho Invention of
Orson Smith and W. G. Danlelson, mnv
bo mado to fit on any ordinary beot-seed
drill by simply removing the seed box. Tho
Improvement is Intended to plant tho seed
In hills six, eight or ten Inches apart in
tho row, so Uiat tho necessity of thinning
or "spaaing," to uso a .farmer's term, will
not bo necessary. This Is accomplished by
tho uso .of a Blidlng strip of iron In tho bot
tom of tho Beed box. Holes aro drilled In
tho strip of Iron at a distance from each
othtr that tho rows aro apart. Tho holca
may bo of varied sizes to hold as 'many
seeds as It ia desired to plant in each hill.
The strip Is moved by a sprocket wheel,
so that tho number of sprockets on tlio
wheel detcrmlno tho dlstanco tho bills aro
Mr. Smith claims that tho machlno will
savo in seed nnd labor at least ?o por aero
over other drills. It la easily demonstrated
that tho machlno will nave five-sixths of
tho seed, for at present tho seed In let out
In a screen and falls from a half-Inch to
two Inches apart, while with tho Smith
machine It will fall at. say, eleht Inches
apart. Under tho present method It 1b
qulto an expense to cut out tlio young
plants that aro not wanted, and unless
tho hoor Is extremely careful tho remain
ing plants aro loft at an unequal dlstanco
In tho rows. But with this new seeder
this cutting out Is unnecessary and loaves
tho young plant In a stronger nnd more
healthful condition, for It Is a well-known
fact that tho early hoclnsr sets tho young
plants back for a time. Another point
claimed that thoro la a tendency In such
cases bv tho Japs and sono Ynnkoes to
cut out'cxcesslvcly. as by this means the
thinner who follow-s has less work and
there Is decidedly less work when harvest
tlmo comes"; but tho former Is short from
one to two tons per aero from what a care
ful, conscientious hocr would glvo him.
Tho drill will bo mado by tho Danlelson
Manufacturing company. Somo of them
will bo used this season In all tho locali
ties In Utah and Idaho where beets aro
grown, and If they meet all expectations
they will no doubt supplant tho Beeders
now In uso.
The record that don't come off till
they pay. Lota of people read our
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts,
Top Floor Commercial Block,
Francis G. Luke, General Manager,
-Somo iorjlo don'jfc Uks urfV
IN CACHE'S ACCOUNTS
Special to The Trlbuno.
LOGAN, March 11. Tho County Com
missioners mot today in special cession,
all mombors present.
A petition from citizens of Lowiston,
asking that they bo Incorporated as a
town, was granted. Tho name was desig
nated as Lewlston, nnd tho following trus
tees wero appointed: Brlgham Pond,
trustco and prcsldont; Andrew L. Hyor,
H. M. Rawlins, Jr., Samuel F. Wiser and
John W. Bright, trustoes.
J. A. Cm gun was allowed J1C.13 for taxes
erroneously assossed on a chattul mort
gago, AUDIT OF BOOKS.
Tho commltteo appointed to audit tho
books of tho Treasurer's offlco for tho
four years, ISO? to 1902 Inclusive, mado tho
following report, showing an actual short
ago of 51312.72.
Logan, Utah. March 10, 1901.
To tho Cliairman and Members, Board of
County Commissioners, Cacho County,
Gentlomen: Wo submit herewith a re
port of audit of tho receipts and disburse
ments of tho Treaaurers offlco for the
four years. 1S99 to 1902, Inclusive.
Wo find that there was cash on hand on
January 1, 1S99. as per Treasurer's books,
tho sum of $13,142.32, distributed to tho
Tho tax rolls show that tho taxes as
sessed amounted to Si92.S90.05. From this
amount thero was deducted aa uncollecti
ble, erroneously assessed, twice assessed,
property sold for taxes, etc.. and for poor
abatements, a total of 571S6.78, as per
statement B. leaving $4X5,203 Z as tho ac
tual receipts from taxes for the four
Thero waa received from the Stato of
Utah tho sum of J59.1C3.31 during tho four
years for school purposes.
The receipts of tho offlco for fees, fines,
licenses, etc., for redemption of property,
including a balance of 1893 taxcu. amount
ed to J57.G35.-13.
Tho total receipts from all courccs
amounted thcroforo to tho sum of 3C25,
149.33 for the years 1S90 to 1902, inclu
sive. Wo find that tho office disbursed during
tho four years tho sum of W02.357.I3.
Tlio books show that thero wns cash on
hand January G, 1903, tho sum of 121.7T9.18.
as por statement E. This, added to tho
disbursements, makes a total of K2 1.BS.Gl
for which tho Treasurer ban credit.
Tho accounts for tho four years there
fore show as follows
Total receipts from all sources... $C25, 19.33
Total dlsDursements 624.13C.C1
Baianco duo 1.312.73
Wo append a statement giving a list of
errora in tho tax rolls and showing where
We submit also, as a part of this report,
tho additions of the tax rolls and other ac
counts mado with the adding machine.
Wo think It proper to call your attention
to the fact that In checking tlio county
disbursements wo wore unable to find any
warrants that wero paid prior to Septem
ber 3, 1W2, and were told that they had
been destroyed. Wo checked the Treas
urer's register of warrants paid with tho
bank book, which showed that tho wax
rants had been paid out of tho county
funds. Wo found no receipts for money
paid to tho different school districts, other
than returnod checks showing that tho
money had been paid, but tlicso m most
cases wore not Indorsed by tho secretary
or other officer of tho dlstrlot. Respect
WM. TL TTTAIN.
In each Instance statements wero sub
mitted showing the distribution of the
funds. Tho amount of the shortage is S200
or 5300 in excess of Treasurer Hendricks's
audit. Just prior to his swearing .out a
complaint' against ex-Treasurer Clayton,
tho auditors being extremely accurate In
their search, finding several errora besides
tho false entries. Tlio report was accept
ed and ordered filed
Tho Commissioners designated a State
road connecting Cache and Box Elder
counties, the route running from Logan
direct to Wcllsvllle. thence through Wclls
vlllo canyon to Brlgham City.
The matter of opening a lane through
the courthouse lot in the rear waa re
ferred to Engineer Schaub for investiga
tion. THE CLARK LECTURES.
Prof. S. H. Clark of the University of
Chloago arrived this morning and deliv
ered - his first lecture at tho Brlgham
Young collcgo at 4 p. m. Tlie subject was
Shakespeare's "King Lear." Tlireo hun
dred people listened to tho lecture and
wero more tlian pleased with the master
ly way In which he handled the play.
This evening, undor the auspices of tho
city schools, at which Superintendent
James A- Langton presided, ho lectured
to over 600 peoplo In the Tabernacle. Tho
sublect was "Reading in tho Homo." and
was handled to the satisfaction of the as
sembled parents nnd teachers. Ills en
gagement closes tomorrow with two lec
tures, "Tho Spirit of Literature" nnd
NOTES FROM PAR O WAN
Special to Tho Tribune.
PAROWAN. March 12.-A llttlo daughter
of William Thornton died this evening of
diphtheria. Sho was taken sick over a
week ago and sho had been getting bettor
until yesterday, when she waa talcen
worso and died this evening about 6:00
o'clock. The doctor has been ablo, so far,
to keep any other member of tho family
from taking tho disease.
Tlio wind has been blowing very hard
today and It looks Hko a storm. It Is hoped
that a goodono will como, for this section
of tho country needs it.
GEORGE LYON ARRESTED,
CHARGE AGAINST HIM
Special to Tho Tribune.
EPHRAIM. March 12. Michael Moss,
City Marshal at Murray, arrested Georgo
Lyon of Ephralm yesterday on a chargo
Of obtaining monoy under false pretenses,
It appears that Lyon gained the good
graces of tho Murray City Marshal on
tho usual "hnrd-luck" story. Moss se
cured work for tho defendant at ono of
tho Murray smelters and then, to start
Lyon out moro comfortably, signed as
surety a promissory noto for JS0. With
tho ready money thus secured Lydn was
supposed to buy furniture for his recently-rented
rooms In Murray. Threo days
went by after tho deal and Lyon left for
this city, leaving no Information as to
his destination. Moxs learned of his re
turn to his homo In this city and yester
day came out and placed Lyon under ar
rest, Tho defendant was taken to Mur
ray for trial.
Lyon is a married man and has hereto
fore held a good reputation.
Mrs. Kathrlna M. Mlckolson, daughter
of ex-City Treasurer F. Y. Jensen oj. this
city, died at her homo In Spring City yes
terday afternoon. Tho Immediate cause
of her death was child-bed fovcr. Funeral
aoniceB will beheld at Spring City Mon
day afternoon. Tho deceased leaves a
husband, four small children and a largo
number of rolntlvew to mourn their loss.
Surveyor John H, Hougaard of MantI
Is in tho city on business connected with
tho construction of the reservoir In Sec
ond Pigeon Hollow, Plans for tho build
ing of the reservoir wero nubmlttcd to
tho Horseshoo Canal and Tunnel com
pany at their meeting today. Tho com
pany will commence work on the reser
voir this week that they may aecuro tho
high water from their system of canals
and tunnel located near the summit of
tho mountains cast of this city.
Remember the Crystal Cofo opens
Mortdax. March Mth. 23f South. Malp
PARK CITY I
1 TRIBUNE BUREAU, M
B Murray King, Correspondent. S
THE QUINCY RESUMES;
NEW YORK'S PUMP
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY, - March 12. Tho largo
forco of men at tho Qulncy. who were
laid off on account of tho threatened
snowollde, went back to work last night
The settling of tho storm removed tho
great courco of dangor, tho wind, and It
was doomed comparatively safo to resume
INSTALLING THE PUMP.
Tlio pump machinery for tho New York
Bonanza, which was stranded in Ontario
gulch. In the vicinity of tho Ontario mine
during the storm, has slnco been moved
to tho New York and Is now being rapidly
Tho Columbian Literary Bociety, com
posed of students of tho Park City high
pchool, past and present, presented an ex
cellent programme at the Lincoln school
building last evening. A largo audience
was prcsont, and a most excellent tlmo
was enjoyed. The programmo was as fol
lows: Speech of welcome
President lthoda Ncllson
Song ,...Mlss Florenco Carpenter
Violin solo Sam H. Raddon
Accompanist, Miss Mary McDonald.
Toast, "Columbians of Yesterday"
Misses Nellie and Wlnnio Jennings.
Original poem, "Park City"
Miss Maggie Wilson
Toast, "Columbians to Today"
Piano .olo Mte.s Laura Townsond
Monologuo Ml.' Gertrudo Wood
Vocal solo MIhs Elizabeth Lnnnlngs
Presentation of buot of' Columbua to
tho Park City high school
, Sam J-L Raddon
Acccptanco In behalf of school
Superintendent C. A. Blocher
"Good Night" Columbians
After tho programmo dancing was on
joyed and punch was served to the largo
crowd present by Miss Elizabeth Lnnnlng.
Before tho close of r.bo programmo
Count Rcggio i Genaestro Salvatoro of
Palmcro, Italy, who was a guest, con
sented to sing an Italian love song, which
was greatly appreciated.
NOTE AND PERSONAL. ,
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Peterson, who died yesterday, was burled
In the City cemetery.
G. E. Hedges, who has acted In tho ca
pacity of station agent hero for tho Rlo
Grando Western company for ten years or
moro, resigned yesterday and was suc
ceeded by C. E. Funk of Provo.
C. I.. Rood returned to Salt Lako yes
terday. Miss Mlnnlo Kescel was on tho outgoing
train last eventnr:.
Mrs. John Thompson went to. Salt Lako
lost evening 'to attend tho funeral of Mrs.
Tregea nnd to attend to business con
nected with the O. E. S.
G. D. B. Turner left for Salt Lako last
Mrs. John Tregea. left for Salt Lako yes
terday to attend tho funeral- of Mrs. Tre
gea. J. W. Gclgro loft for tho capital yester
day. . - . .
Mrs. J. M. Lockhart was among tho out
going passengers yesterday.
F. W. Sherman loft for Stockton last
George Wcbor was among the arrivals
from Salt Lake this morning.
Robert Parry returned from tho capital
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Brown and two
daughters returned from Zlon thl3 morn
hvj. Mrs. S J. Wilson, Miss Frances Wilson
and W. H. Patterson returned this morn.
Ing from attending tho funeral of tho lato
William E. Wilson at Salt Lake.
Tom Ryan, who was tried beforo Jus
lico W. S. Lockhart yesterday for petit
larcony, was fined $25 tills afternoon, In
lieu of which ho was committed to Jail
for a period of twenty-Ilvo days.
UNITING SCHOOL DISTRICTS
, IN UTAH COUNTY
Special to "Tlio Tribune.
PROVO, March 12. County Superintend
ent Brown Is Investigating tho feasibility
of consolidating several school districts.
The Alplno district has asked to havo tho
Highland district attached to It, but the
latter objects. Tho Manning district ha3
over $90,000 of corporate property and no
children at tho camp, which is now almost
wholly deserted. A moo Is now on foot
to consolldato Manning. Fairfield and
Cedar Fort, or divide tho former between
tho latter. Superintendent Brown will go
to Cedar Fort In tho next few days on a
tour of Investigation.
Articles of incorporation of tho Beebo
Lumber company havo been filed with tho
County Clerk. Tho capital stock Is ilO.000,
divided Into shares of $1 each. Tho Incor
porators, with tho numbor of shares hold
by each, are: David R. Beebe, 17C0 shares;
Horace E. Beebo. 1000; Angus G. Beebo,
2250; Moroni L. Pratt, 10; Ovando C. Beebo,
1000. All tho Htockholders llvo nt Provo
with tho exception of Ovando C Beebo,
who resides In Salt Lake. D R. Beebo la
president; H E. Boebo, vice-president; A.
G. Beebe, secretary and treasuror. Tho
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It always cures even
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fi and night tlie back bothers you sometimes with sharp shoot- 1mpflipE2?
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i!iLJ!EJL SALT LAKE CITY PROOF I
' SDOd.n'S Edward Bronn. bollormakcr, of D21 East Fifth South, says: "Any ?5
C$ Kql $3&iffidfl(Tf man who fol,OW3 nly cn-Mns reuulrca a good, strong, sound buck, and If jH
j-O Sil 2?J p.'i'w n bollermakcr has attacks of uchlng across tlie loins which forcos him J
MVtoc jo cw'j.' llllf when sitting to rise, which morning after morning makes him lame and q2 IH
-- , fh t fcwttw.' ViNv BOre across Q sma11 oC tne hack, which co8t him qulto an effort to IH
VViTTttFi fr1imiiiTRy dress himself, that man Is often In misery, particularly when ho has to rH
OS name bring a strain on every muscle of his loins during tho day. I doctored ,
qq and took a great deal of medicine but until I commenced uulnc Doan's f jH
p Kidney Pills when living in Ogdcn, I met with very indifferent success,
statil. When I commenced the treatment I had very llttlo confidence In obtain- -3 I IHj
ForJ? bBfn,,4cc??71 10 '"S any results, but llvo or six boxes, all told, stopped a very serious
(j rjsx u tonfflatent, tik fcddrwj on m?- attack. Slnco coming to Salt Lako City, I have procured Doan s Kla- Af IH
'""p- , j noy Pills at F. J. 11111 Drug Co.'e storo, knowing that tho remedy can
bo depended upon should recur rence tako place." IH
qq ( ImH
' i H
above, with O. C Beebo and M. L. Pratt,
constltuto the board of directors.
. Judgo Booth today transacted tho fol
lowing business In tho Fourth District
Erastus II. Clark has been granted a. de
creo of divorce, by default, from Effio
Pearl Clark, on tho ground of desertion.
Jano Thornton V3. Thomas Thornton;
order granting salo of real estate.
Estato of John B. Groon, deceased; final
account approved and decreo of distribu
Estato of Charles Lapworth, deceased;
executor authorized to pay Mrs. Jolly $W
from funds of tho estate.
Estato of William Aruge, decoased;
final account approved and decree of dis
Estate of William RoberUon, deceased;
order confirming sale of roal estate.
Estate of Even Evonson, deceased;
Henry Gardner appointed administrator;
Estato of Oscar N. Whiting, doceased;
decree of summary distribution granted.
Estate of Shadraoh Holdaway, deceased;
petition for order of sale of personal prop
erty and loose of real estato granted; ad
ministrator authorized to borrow J150.
Estato of Dorotha K. Hansen, deceased;
L. J. Hansen appointed administrator:
bonds fixed at 3330.
Estato of Jano IL Baum Thomas, do
ceased; order of sale of real estate grant
ed; tho protest horotoforo filed being with
drawn, Thomas John was appointed aa
attorney for tho Incompetent heir.
Estato of William Daloy, deceased: ap
plication for sale of personal proporty
continued until March 10th.
Judgo Soxey was over from Spanish
Fork today on business.
Tho Young Men's Republican club will
hold Its first regular meeting Wednesday
March 17th, at 7:30 p. m , In tho Women's :
clubrooms. An excellent lltorary and
musical program rao has been arranged for
tho occasion. A largo number of new
members havo been enrolled.
Deputy County Clerk Mlna Houston will
spend Sunday with her parents at Ameri
Millinery opening In new spring styles
on Wednesday nnd Thursday at tho
Women's Co-op., 51-53 South Main St.
EVERY BLADE WARRANTED
1 q little in getting
1 S your engagement
I I ring if you are go
I ing to ba married
I $ in June. I
I We have it ready j
I for you, made to I
fit all eyes, her fin- I
j ger and your pur3e
I much worse, but if H
H flu you WU1 bo ptuient 1
H l i JiiTlhBTThen It does como, I
F Meighn SL 1
& Thone 2000. I
E6re Is the Best Offer Ever Mado to You If You Are
Upright and Honest I "Will Send You a Month's
Treatment of the Deanshury Curo and Allow You
to Pay Mo for It After tho Cure Ib ldodo to Your ; S
: Entire Satisfaction If Ono Month's Course of My " f k IHf
Hemedy Is Not Enough, I "Will Send Two, Prepaid ... jM
Send No Money. Pl
BELIEVE EVERY MAN I CURE WILL; ;;;y
l Trust Entirely to Your Honor and Do Not Ask You iMO' ,
to Pay Until tho Curo Has Proven. Permanent, Say 1 lS
One Year Afterward I Advise You to Take Advan- !flL
t of This Unprecedented Offer This Weok Somo '
Day Beforo Nest Sunday, ' Hj
fEAKNEBS IN MEN i al- ' Jl
r most orlmlnal, for no man 'H
has an excuao to remain ; i iH
woak In view of this offer. " 3 '
In making tho off or to
send to any man guttering . .''
from Weaknesses of th .
charaotor that usually of- . tM
fllot mon, ono or two r JM
month of tho Doansbury
Method Treatment, I am ' "
doing something that no ' AY lK
one has over beforo at- . (I IH
tnmpted. I may malco a J IH
succor of it and I may not. " " lfl
I bcllo vo every man la ifl
honest until I know, posl- .
tlvcly, otherwise I wlU
sond this treatment to you IH
prepaid. You tako the roan- jH
cdy sent. If it ourea you -
and you stay oured a year,
It Is to bo presumed that .
you aro permanently cured, '
and thon I want you to '" !
pay mo. Tho fee I will ask - B
you to pay mo will bo mod
orate. I do not aak for
your noto or other paper fl
showing Indebtedness, nor fl
will I over dun you I am
going to trust enUrcly to
your honesty and graUtuda
and am quite euro that I
will not bo disappointed,
for I havo a remedy In
" rwhlch I place the utmost confidence, fo.- It la a very eclentlflo -. 1
(formula of medicine and Is calculated to do for mon who ar
suffering with a loss of power and vitality Just what thoy want
done that Is, the restoration of this power Glvo up tho ldox
of writing for evory "free sample" packago of modlcine you i fl
boo ndvertised. A snmplo cannot curo you. If you want to try
nomothlng, send for tho Deonsbury Method treatment today fl
and glvo mo JUBt an idea of tho length of tlmo that you hay " IHfl
been Weak or how long you first noticed tho Weakness com- IHV
ing on. This Is all I want to know; then I will send you. pre- MF
(paid, tho quantity of my remedy I deem ncceeaary, whether it Hl
- be ono or two or moro months' treatment. I send you no
symptom blanks to bo filled In, for symptom blanks are do-
' vised so that a scary, caloulatcd-to-frlghton latter may bo writ- " fl
ten in order to have you part with your money. Weakness in fl
' (Men is Weakness, and that Is nil. What you want la some-
(thing to do away with this weaknoss without an endles chain fl
of correspondence about It. If you want this treatment and a IH
curo, wrlto to rao today or somo day this week. You may ad liH
dross the Doansbury Method Co., or, for privacy, Charleg D IH
Campbell. Gotteslobon Bldg., Denvor, Colo. I want no curioal-
ty-ooekera writing to me; therefore I ask that each one wtU- " lialafl
ing Bend Co in 2-cent otamps to pay for mailing the dlreotions
and a book on nervous debility and particulars about the ' klalafl
' Deonsbury. Method which 1 THE method of. ouro for mn.
BE AUTyIiS BUT '
SKIN DEEP. I
That la the reason why ovory lady I
should know about R
Ward's Massage I
Cold Cream. I
It cleansos and beautlflo tho 1
ok hi, euros and prevents wiinklea. J
blotchco and rednoss. Contains I
nothing injurious, and keepa in- 1
definitely. 5 and COo Jar, 1
I W.H.DAYTON j
drug company I
I How's your eye. Hj
1 sight? See our opti- Jt
1 cian. All cxamina- H
1 tions free.
1 Telephone 65 for bH
J the correct time.