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IlV " THE SALT XjAKE TRIBIINE: THTIRSDAT MOROTSTG, MAGGIE 24, 1904, 3
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B A WIFE'S CONFESSION.
VBMH Of course every one knew when they
flHf vWere engaged and every one pretended to
1 IHH v C nEd ' WllCn
ft f"i ' Jl - a Vul suddenly broken
E ill V:!5 Kcfabr-tSa
Ll lw iM heart had changed,
H I jMt &?S! jSStW but finally she con-
'yaj K$ liSWj ftiSScd Ulat sllc had
wM $LrMM deprcssedand blue
Hi PjJ 5SiJ'l driven him away.
Willi 5yliWS5' Her good looks were
Vp Cf vtjjl' vanishing She was
1 1 1 iw'-ilP cd' xvitb dark circles
J Allflrl SdclcnlyailsocTe"'
I P51u,f5Trei?i?iSQ was Plcascd afra'n to
HfipJl ?rtl rncnt being rcnew-
H7, Vmiv7WW cd w'a-,, not
B.TK' tftrV rttte$f$$2& long before a beau-
Bl tiful aud radiant
B Vt v- 'fcJ&Sg&P"'''' bride was taken to
BU3j H lsP tlje Qitnj- She had
B$r T regained bcr good looks, her former happy
K f disposition and strong nerve all through a
Kraj ' secret a friend gave her. A few bottles of
Bm.,1 , Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is what
K1 J - made two more lives happy and a radiant
K ' bride more beautiful than she had ever
Br. i i upnearcd before.
H ' 1 1 Backed up by ovcra third of a century
Bp u i of remarkable and uniform cures, a record
B li ouch as no other remedy for the diseases
B, i(f- and weaknesses peculiar to women ever
H ? attained, the proprietors and makers of
Mh Vi) Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription now feel
ml fully warranted in offering to pay S500 in
ft. -.v? legal money of the United States, for any
B j ' case of Lcucorrhca, Female Weakness,
mm vt 1 Prolapsus or Falling of Womb which they
B j cannot cure. All they ask is a fair and
tIv . I reasouable trial of their means of cure.
IpliJ Mrs- - Scripture, of Prescott, Ariz.. L. Box
Kmi'yl 53 rh-63 ; " Por nearly two years I was a great
Willi suflerer witli ulceration and enlargement of
Mr 1 y womb, also suffered severely with dyspepsia and
Hfcji .'" w.is run'down a perfect wreck. I doctored for
Whjf ttevcral years; got no better, until about seven
wjt V-;s months ago I began tnkintr Dr. Pierce's Favorite
HT 'f Prescription and Pleasant Pellets.' I can stand
9mL - on my feet and work hard all day I feel that life
9mm ' ' j is now worth living nnd shall ever feel grateful
MM I P lo you and shall always recommend your inedi-
jjj dues to all who ore suffering in any way."
Jl EVERY BLADE WARRANTED
jM f In Best "places. Without
PBI v 'j sumds Foremst
SMTJi I r I W1 Perfection of nCe,
B n 1 I $?LJk$it& parity of flavor, are
ml ' I I ff' WjT'' ilsvrianiDi:c,uamiC3
j TO ADMIRE I
li; H Ono must have a pair of good S
M- 9 eyes. The extent to which your ij
)', 2 sight Is impaired will determine 3
A, I Just how all the beauties of nature 3
Ml !5 are marred to you. These- eje dc- M
K 3 fects can bo overcome by the use li
fc of proper glasses. You can get Just f
M B the right kind at t
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m , (The Besl Whisky
fljjR ' 1 T OR THE BEST PEOPLE.
mm Old Cambridge Rye 1
DH; Old Crow Bourbon
H : THE ZANG, 1
HB j ROPER & MAYER, ft
RIB !; 20-28 W. Second South St a
HKBi 1 IM II li ii TTiTTTIil Wi I II HHrmMWWifr
MM TJsJ " watchword tor health and vlffor,
mM ii oomfort and beauty. Mankind la learn-
j . Ing not only the necessity but the luxu.
PifJ- j ry of cleanllneaB. BAPOLIO, which haa
J i ' wrought ouch changes In the home, an
' l Bounces her' sister triumph
jl FOR TOILET AND BATH.
LYM X special soap which energlzeB tho
MWl'il whole body, starts the circulation and
BhHI: leaves an exhllaratJoar clow. All gro-
KwB cens and dructrlGtu.
AW K .VPl cloclca and stlvor- "
kJMMmM ( tf ware, fountuln pens, b
JbBJ v y clc- G
nLB H Wo manufacture nearly every- u
JRIH I thliiK In the Jewelry line-rings.
PuH I pins, medals, chains and scarf
WSVMmM 9 Dins.
wvtmwmm M We have diamond.s, opalB, rubles,
tBflBI ft sapphires, turquoise, garnets, etc.,
rlBI 'yk ,n act ft vcry larCe lock of loose
ilfl-n7r I etones.
Aji We make over old Jewelry and do
,B;trf3fl H tho llncst engraving.
f Happenings of a Day So Utah.
j TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE,
21P6 Washington AvJTecphoriel
HALLING BROUGHT BACK
FOR FUREY HOLD-UP CASE
Special to The Tribune.
OGDBN, March 23. Police Capt. Charlc3
C Brown has roturned from Rockland
Ida., whero ho went after Jack Hulling,
tho star witness In tho holdup caso of tho
State vs. John Furcy. CapL Brown
found Hailing and brought him back to
Ogden. Furcy was arraigned today and
his hearing set for April' 6th. His bonds
have been llxed at $1000.
Anna Nelson has brought suit against
David Smith and wife for tho sum or S250O,
alleged to bo duo as damages for person
al Injuries. The complaint alleges tnnt de
fendants stoked a calf out on tho street
and that it crossed tho sldcwa'.k so that
the ropo was stretched across tho walk In
ouch a wav that plaintiff stumbled over
the samo and was seriously injured. M.
D. Lessengcr Is plaintiff's attorney.
W, F. Calkins, tho popular train agent
of the Southern Pacific, will soon leavo
Osden. Mr. Calkins goes to Los Angeles
to accept a similar position with the samo
company. "Billy" Calkins is one of the
most popular railroad agents on the Salt
Lake division, and has a host of frlend3
hero who will rcgrot his departure,
Miss Clara E. Tribo left this morning
for Paris, France, to pursue her studies
In music, both vocal and instrumental.
Miss Tribe Is the daughter of Georgo II.
Tribe and Is pno of Ogden's most promis
ing musicians. Her many friends predict
for her a brilliant future.
Mike Riley, who Is charged with enter
ing and robbing a room In tho Central
Hotel some time ago, was arraigned be
fore Judge Rolapp yesterday and hl3
hearing set for Friday next. T. R.
O Connolly was appointed to defend him.
One of the best concert programs of
the season will be rendered tonight at the
Ogden Tabernacle. Mls3 Bcrkhocl, tho
noted Salt Lake vocalist, appears In sev
eral selections, as well as Yvillard Welho
and Mr." Clawson.
Tho 5-months-oId baby of Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Landers died Tuesday evening. The
funeral occurred Friday afternoon at 2
Mrs. Chnrlea Rash, formerly of Ogden,
Is dead at Smlthfleld. Utah.
Arthur L. Thomas, Jr., was In the city
from Salt Lake yesterday.
It Is reported that George Gibson, who
recently sued the Union Pacific Coal com
pany for damages. Is dying at Hober and
a request has been made upon the Dist
rict court lo take his deposition.
Students of the Ogden High school have
arranged for a minstrel entertainment to
bo given at the school auditorium Friday
evening. March 25th
Chief Engineer W. E. Marsh of the
Southern Pacific Is seriously 111. He was
taken suddenly while on tho cutoff.
Judge Howell was on tho bench again
yesterday after a few days' Illness.
J. E. Dooley was up from Salt Lake
I. O. F. Bacon is In town from Boise,
Auditor Hcs of the Harrlman dining
car service has gono to Omaha on a ten
Murray & Mack will hold the boards In
"A Night on Broadway" tonight at tho
Grand. Tho advance sale Is large.
James Hope was arraigned before Judge
Howell yesterday and bound over to tho
District court for trial, charged with rob
bing a drunken man.
Employees of the Ogden Rapid Transit
company have not yet received reply to
their demands for an Increase In pity. Tho
matter will be brought before the first
meeting of the company, which will bo
called Just as soon as Mr. Eccles nan bo
present. Now the old men aro receiving 20
cents per hour and tho new ones 17'.
Tho den and Is for the straight rate of 25
cents per hour for all carmen.
CALLED AT GUNNISON
Special lo Tho Tribune.
GUNNISON. March 23. Politics In this
place have begun to warm up and a
Republican primary will bo held next
Mondav evening for the purposo of choos
Ing delegates to tho district and county
The Republicans here arc especially In
terested In the reorganization of tho
party in this county.
There Is a feeling here among the Re
publicans that the selection of candl
dales for the county ticket should be left
until later. Tho Lcglslativo candidates
should be chosen first without regard to
favoritism or locality, and none but the
best nominated and elected. The people
feel each year tho increased burdens of
toxatlon and the valuations aro not In
No grain of any kind has been sown
here vet. Gunnison has had but one light
storm In the past two months, and tho
outlook for farming is not encouraging,
as there Is very little snow In tho moun
'talns. Thorc Is one caso of smallpox here.
Edaiund Sanderson la quarantined.
Farmers Talk About Crops.
Special to The Tribune.
SANTAQUIN. March 23. Farmers and
gardonorrf held a meeting here yesterday
to dlactiHs how to secure the best crops
and the best way to set out new orchards
Thousands of trees have been ordered.
At the close of the meeting a big lot of
seed thanks to Senator Kcarna was dis
tributed. Since tho snow wont off tho fall grain
has made Its appearance and looks
Santaquln Is a good place to raise fruit.
Seven hundred bushels of peaches of fine
qurdlty have been gathered hero from one
acre. This fruit will crow hero between
two solid rocks.
THIRTY THOUSAND SHEEP
FOR SHEARING AT PRICE
Special to The Tribune.
PRICE, March 23. Leonard Bros, of
Huntington, Utah, have arranged to
conduct the Rio Grande Western
shearing pern at Price for this season's
clip, which promises to be a large one.
More than 30,000 sheep arc already
booked for the clip, which will begin
i about April 10th.
Hotel Mathls, which has been closed
for some time, has been newly papered,
" painted and cleaned throughout, a bath
room and other Improvements to cost
several hundred dollars having been
added. It is to be opened to the publio
In a. few dayu.
Miss Winnie Coleman haa returned
!J from a flying trip to her home In Salt
George Callaway is suffering from a
M very severe attack of appendicitis. He
1 Is attended by Drs, Warth and Flsk.
Oliver Harmon Is making extenslvo
(and much-needed repairs to the telr
phone line between Prlco and Ferron.
j Charles Demolll, the leader of, the
I Carbon county strikers, bus made h3
1 exit to Colorado,
DEFENSE BEGINS 113
NEPHI MURDER CASE
Counsel "Will Attempt to Prove That
Killing Was Necessary to Save
Special to Tho Tribune.
NEPHI, Utah, March 23. In the Charles
Peterson murder trial the prosecution con
cluded Its testimony today, after which
the theory of the defense was outlined
for the defendant by his counsel, S. A.
Counsel said that tho defense would
provo that while tho defendant was en
gaged In managing a party on Christmas
eve, ho was called upon to quiet a dis
turbance created by a drunken fellow who
was using profune and extremely Insult
ing language In tho ballroom; that while
ho was sui pressing this person the de
fondant was attacked by Herman Back
man, a brother of John Backman, the de
ceased, and an encounter took place bo
twecn them; that, a little later, the de
ceased camo to the ballroom and was In
formed by his brother Herman of tho pre
The deceased sce-ncd to become enraged
at this and went Into the dance hall and
Jumped to the stage, and without warning,
attacked the defendant. During tho strug
gle the deceased threatened to cut de
fendant to pieces and drew a knife for
that purpose; that the defendant succeeded
In escaping from tho deceased, and as he
was running out of the hall a bottle was
thrown at him, striking a young woman
and knocking her unconscious; that the
defendant went Immediately to his house,
a short distance away, got a shotgun and
Immediately returned to the hall for tho
purposo of closing the party and getting
his property In the hall.
Immediately upon entering the ballroom
the defendant was attacked by Herman
Backman, who endeavored to take tho
gun from him, and at tho same tine, the
deceased procured a chair and went to tho
aid of his brother; that the defendant suc
ceeded in getting away from them, but
was pursued by tho deceased with the
chair out of the hall and to tho fence,
some considerable distance away; that as
the defendant was retreating he pleaded
with the deceased to cease his attack, but
tho deceased, with an oath, threatened
to "fix" the defendant, and when the de
fendant could retreat no further he shot
the deceased to preserve his own life.
Only one witness was called during tho
day for the defendant That witness was
on the stand when the court adjourned
tonight. Indications are that the caso will
consume the rest of the week.
PUSHING TRACK LAYING
ON THE SAN PEDRO LINE
Rails Go Down nt Rate of 8000 Feet
Per Day Quality of Work In
sures Fast Service.
Special to The Tribune.
MODENA, March 23. II. E. McCart
ney, assistant enslnecr of the San Pe
dro, passed through here yesterday en
route from the terminus to Salt Lake
The San Pedro Is now laying track
nt the rate of S000 feet per day. Lum
ber was distributed yesterday between
Mllford and Callentes for decking ull
bridges and trestles between these
The character of the work done on
the line below Callentes Is a matter of
much favorable comment by railroad
men of other lines who have gone south
as far as the terminus. They report the
entire line as being fully ballasted and
constructed In thoroughly modern shape
so that when completed trains over the
road can average the fastest possible
A depth of 100 feet has been reached
by the main shaft on the Good IIopo
property at Statellne, and the Inter
state Mlnln? and Reduction company
has drifted thirty feet to catch the ore
chute In which good gold and silver
values are exposed. The Intention of
the company Is to drive the main shaft
to water level before exploiting the
large ledge which traverses Its ground.
Hamilton Carhartt of Detroit, Mich.,
president of the Ophlr Mining and Mill
ing company, Is at Statellne looking
over the Ophlr equipment. It Is re
ported that matters are fast shaping
for an early resumption of operations
on this valuable property.
J. J. Tronam, president of the Harri
son Beaver Mining company, has spent
ceveral days looking over Statellne
properties and expects to return In a
week or ten days.
In pursuance of a request from T. J.
Jones, county chairman, W. A. Bond,
precinct chairman, has issued a call for
a Republican primary convention lo be
held at 8 o'clock p. m. Saturday, March
2Cth, to elect delegates and alternated
to the county convention which will be
held at Parowan on April 10th. and
which will elect six delegates to tho
Republican State convention which
meets in Salt Lake City on April Sth
Modena precinct 1p entitled to one delo-6-ite.
j TRIBUNE BUREAU, Jj
Murray King, """"ly
DALY JUDGE PROPERTY
Special to The Tribune. I
PARK CITY, March 23.-As tho work
advances Into tho now Daly-Judgo terri
tory, It Is advancing toward the position
of a heavy producer of high-grade ore.
Tho large nnd rich deposits opened up
give hint of a territory to the south and
west of a much more promising nature
than tho old Anchor grounds, which aro
chiefly noted for lmmcnso deposits of
Ono of tho most recent and promising
developments Is In a drift running south
ward on tho 1100-foot level. Here nt prca
ont as fine. a breast of carbonato oro Is
showing up as can bo found in the his
toric producers. It la described as bolng
exceptionally rich stuff and as filling the
entire face of the advancing drift. It 13
the same body of ore that Mr. McSorlcy
shot Into Immediately upon assuming
charge at the mine. It was followed for
a considerable distance when It was sud
denly replaced by a deposit of Iron py
rites, which has since given way to a body
the extent and value of which Is truly a
Henry Welsh, chairman of the Republi
can committee of Summit county, is send
ing out a large number of printed leaflets
today containing the call to the Republi
can county convention to be held nt the
city hall, Park City, on Thursday, March
31st. at 2:30 p. m. Tho apportionment of
delegates Is as follow: Park City 23.
Woodland 1, Knn.ns 2, Oakley 1. Rockport
1. Hoytsvlllo 1, Upton 1. Castle Rock 1.
Parley's Park 1, Francis 1, Marlon 1,
Pcoa 1. Wanship 1, Coalville C, Echo 1,
Henefer .'!; total 4C.
The call suggests that the committeemen
of tho various precincts will call caucuses
at the usual hour and places of meeting
on the evening of Tuesda, March 29, 19IM,
to choose the delegated.
The Clerks' Easter ball to bo given Mon
day, April 4th, promises to bo a grat
social success. The committee. Jam' a
Byrne. F. W. Moigan and Gus Fahrrn
do. f. Is making elaborate preparations for
Active preparation? aro going on for the
select ball to be given by Park City's
prominent society folk Friday evening.
March 25th. at Maple hall. The hall will
bo decorated and elaborate preparations
made to entertain the guests.
"Our Social Club" will give a ball at
tho opera-house Thur&dny evening. Mnrch
2th. The floor has been pinned and all
who have seen It say It Is In line condi
tion. Slgnor Antona of Indianapolis, Intl.,
will lead the new orchestra.
The storm of today Is the greatest for
the amount of snow deposited for tnc
year. Tho snowfall began at midnight,
and at S o'clock this morning tho fall
measured a foot within the city limits
and one and one-half feet deep at tho
Ontario mine. At least a foot has fallen
Henry Welsh Is distributing 2500 pack
ages of garden seeds to the farmers of
Summit county today. Tho seeds aro
worth $2.E0 to tho recipients.
W. Mont Ferry, connected with the Lib
erty and Woodslric, Is visiting camp today.
C. S. Rolph of tho Pork City Majestic
visited camp today.
Mlko Fitzgerald was down to the capital
last night on mining business.
James Ilowells of the Lltllo Bell left
for Salt Lake yesterday.
George Smith went down to the metrop
olis last evening.
QUARTETTE OF WEDDINGS
SCHEDULED FOR LOGAN
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN. March 23. County Clerk Lar
sen has Issued permits to the following to
Joseph S. Walscn. ago 22. of Smlthfleld
to Mary A. Pack, age 23, of Chirkston.
James M. Mondoniiall. age 20, to Effle
C. Perkins, age 17, both of Dayton, Ida.
Leopold Hoth. age 27, to Augusta Stcf
fonhngen, ago 1. both of Logan.
Robert L. Webb, ago 20. of Rlchnond to
Martha M. Nceloy. ago IS, of Franklin.
In school circles nil Is active. At the
Athletic club the Hack team Is undergoing
systematic training every evening, and
the boys promise to give a good account
of themselves In this lino of athletics. The
basket-ball team Is arranging to play the
Wobcr Stake academy boys next Saturday
evening In tho Brlgham Young college
gymnasium. Tho student life dramatic ag
gregation has Just closed a successful en
gagement In tho Thatcher opera house,
presenting Shakespeare's "As You Like
It." The presentation reflected much
credit upon the Institution.
Tho Brlgham Young Collcgo Opera com
pnny has nrranged a series of engage
ments and will tour the county with their
operetta. "Pauline," beginning ncrxt Fri
day night at Lt'wlston. The institution
has Just added three new pianos to tho
musical department, on account of tho
rapid growth of this department.
Operated on for Concer.
Special to Tho Tribune
SPRING VI LLE, March 23. Jack Groes
beck of thla city was operated on yestcr
dav for the removal of a cancer. Dr.
Dunn, assisted by Dr. Smart, performed
for Bnfants and ChiBdren.
The KM You Haie Always Bought
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CCNTAUn COMPANY, TT MUnnAV OTRCCT, NEW YORR CITY.
lieutenant GOVERNOR CLEAVES
Of South Carolina, 5ays:
"PE-RU-NA" MADE ME WELL ANJ STRONG."
E. HOWELL GLEAVES.
Tt. Howell Gleavcs. lnte Lieutenant-Governor and Acting Governor of South
Carolina, writes from 12G Carroll street. S- E., "Washlngtbn, D. C. as fol'owi:
"I havo had thnt rare experience of suffering which I can best S
J describe as a vinter fever nnd a summer cold, all from catarrh, than ;
which nothing short of serious illness can so completely unfit a man
j for business. I had almost despaired of ever being fit agnln to do
anything but mope and houelessly long for relief, until I listlessly
J ventured upon a bottle of Per"ua. ?
"Its first effect was to dispel tho depression of spirits, I kept
taking Pcruna according to directions until I becamo well and ?
strong, ready to d" business, nnd glad at tho some time to speak my I
best possible word for Peruna as a remedy and a tonic." Pv Howell ?
Gleaves. , $
Now Is the Time to Protect Oneself
Against Colds by Using
THE season of catching cold Is upon
us. The cough and the sneeze ond
nasal twang are to be heard on every
hand. The origin of chronic catarrh,
the most common and dreadful of dlsv
eases, I9 a cold.
Thlsi Is the way the chronic catarrh
generally begins. A person catchon
cold, which hmgs on longer than usual.
The cold generally starts in the head
and throat. Then fol'ows sen?ltlvenes.
of the air passages which Incline one to
catch cold very easily. At last the per
son ha? a cold all the while seemingly,
more or less discharge from the nose.
, , hawking, spitting,
i j frequent clearing of
Catarrh May J the throat,, nortrl's
be Described I stopped up, full
1 1 feeling In the head
j as Chronic j and EOrc inamed
J Cold. throat.
j The best time to
treat catarrh Is at
the very beginning. A bottle of Peruna
properly used never falls to cure a com
mon cold, thus preventing chronic ca
tarrh. While many people have been cured
of chronic catarrh by a single bottle of
Peruna, yet, as a rule, when the ca
tarrh becomes thoroughly fixed more
than one bottle Is necessary to complete
a cure, Peruna has cured cases In
numerable of catarrh of twenty years'
standing It Is the best. If not the only,
Internal remedy for chronic .catarrh In
But prevention Is far better than cure.
Every person subject to catching cold
should take Peruna at once at the
slightest symptom of cold or sore
throat at this season of the year and
thus prevent what Is almost certain to
end In chronic catarrh
For Thirty Years Congressman IdTeek
ison Suffered With Catarrh,
Peruna Cured Him.
Hon --I'l Meekison Is well known
-kv not only In hlr own
State but through
I'Sr v out America. He
wff began his political
rr rareer by serving
rvV 'ur consecutive
$iM r rms as Mayor of
iMv si-Afcd 'te tovvn ,n whlcn
TJzkWk Uves- dur,ns
jW'fi hlch time he be
1 ifS T tan-e widely known
n t unci. . .he Meeklson Bank of
'q-M'm, O. Ho wis elected to the
Fifty-fifth Congress by a very large ma
jority, and Is the acknowledged leader
of his party In his section of the State.
Only one Haw marred the otherwise
complete success of this rlrlng states
man. Catarrh with Its insidious ap
I proach and tenacious grasp, was h's
I only unoociuered foe. For thirty years
he waged unsuccessful warfare nealnct
I this personal enemy. At lsst Peruna
1 came to the rescue, and he dictated the
I following letter to Dr. Hartman as? the
"1 have ursd several bottles of Peruna
and I feel greatly benefited thereby
from my catarrh of the head. I feel en
couraged to believe th"t If I used it a
short time longer I will be able to fully
eradlcntc the disease of thirty years'
standing." David Mceklson. ex-Member
' of Congress?.
If you do not receive prompt and sat-
1 Isfactory results from the UPe of Peruna.
write at once to Dr. Hartman. giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you hlt valuable ad-
I vice gratis.
! Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium. Columbus. O.
H "We cordially Invite every ono to visit our shop this week, as our y
; line Is complete in every Department.
j We take pleasure In showing the latest creations In PARIS GOWNS, 4
I HATS, WRAPS. TAILOR-MADE SUITS, SHIRT-WAIST SUITS,
FRENCH WAISTS and high-class Toggery.
j The Ladles will receive SPECIAL ATTENTION when they visit our
shop: they are shown by COMPETENT SALESPEOPLE who under-
stand every detail of art In Dressing from our Hosiery Department to
our Hat Department: they will see the most CORRECT STYLES to buy,
j as we make each line a specialty. j
1 Just. Received 3 "
X OF THE BEAUTIFUL
! Heller Pianos I
X The finest moderale-prlco Piano
! ever sold here. 1 O ' '
o : I
0 SOLD ONLY BY . L
1 Clayton Musk Co. I 1
109 MAIN ST. o
EVERYTHING MUSICAL. ft
j HALL'S '
R Can bo bought at any dealer K
u in medicines. "
l When Yon Can't t
I Stop Thai Cough,
I Try Pitt's Old Time
Cough Remedy. I ; :
!It has been tried and not found -j- ! 9
Welcome; step In. jr
r , " ; 1 t
All cars start from , S
I Godbe-PHts Drag 1 j
i Store j j
Shoa Novelties ,
For Easter., 1 ;
SW Swell patterns for street jS)S j ! I
and dress wear, in Boots ) ' I
and 0:cfords. Popular $ s 5 S WM
prices; S1.65 to $5.00. i)U k II
23S and 240 Main St., 'Phone 695 f I
I LEMP'S BEER J j I
Elk Lsquor Co., A I
Bslt Lake Agrmts fa? U .H
; WH. J. LEMP BREWING- CCVB ''H
Bt, Louis Draught and f 'j LM
Bottled Beer. H
"Phono 2065-X. Corner Stata j
and First South. ;
iTTAM Bt DOING "Tiro COS 3 MM
COTTON fCLT If 'JmM
MATTRrSS. I jT s 'MM
Bottor than any Eastern mako. "vTUj J mmm
cost you loss money. Ask your dool , 99
er for them. Look for our trader jH
Utah Be-Jdin? & MTg Ca.a ,f
Salt Lake City. TJtah.
A positive and permanent cure for ' IH
drunkenness and the opium dlucases. - IH
Thcro 13 no publicity, no sickness. Lndlei i IH
treated as privately aa nt their own homea. 1 MMWm
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