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il 'Happenings of a Day in Utah )
M I .mi i i mi I MINI I ' l-i illll 'hlllllHt
m OQDEN I
i JmJ I TRIBUNE BRANCH OFPICE,
I'll SENATOR CLARK'S SON
& K THINKS GROVER IS IT
I K; Believes tlio Former President Will
I I1 Bo Nominated by Democrats,
'l I' and Elected Again.
H Special to The Tribune
ijM OGDEN. March 25. Charles XV. Clark.
son of "V. A. Clark of Montana. was In
Ogtlcn today, on rout to Arizona. Mr.
(! vfo; Clark was seen by a representative of Tho
Wtj Tribune and talked freely of his trip. Ho
K was accompanied by A. C. Phillips, his
M private secretary. Having some business
to attend to In Ogden ho remained over
ft' during the day. leaving for San Francisco
jS at C o'clock this evening. Mr, Clark has
HR": been at Butte for some time looking over
Jff, his father's Interests in that city and Is
now on the way back to Jerome, Ariz..
Mi who.e he has general supervision of all
I bM the Clark Interests in Arizona, partlcu-
SJ i larly tho Great Vcrdo copper mlno at
il Speaking of the political situation, Mr.
?H Clark exprrssed himself as confident that
ll the next President would bo a Democrat
l Y He salt! cither Gorman or Cleveland would
YUf ' be nominated by the Democrats, giving
Uffit ti'M Cleveland the preference. He said that
liniii Wall street and tho Unanclal centers of
jl ir"V the East are against President Roosevelt,
Jm" but he would be nominated by tho Ro-
L f. publicans. He expressed the conviction
j l,' that Roosevelt would be defeated
2 !, - Alfred Mortcnsen, a savsage-maker In
I ( the employ of Grccnwoll Bros., was the
I re , vlctl.n of a serious accident today while
jnaV operating a sausage machine. His right
bjli ( 1 hand was caught by tho knives and the
M whole of the middle finger and a portion
Bf.W 1 of the first and second fingers were am-
Wh 11 A pathetic coincidence In connection
I with the accident to young Mortcnsen Is
f f II BINGHAM AND RETURN $1.00
& (I Via R, G. "W., Sunday, Mar. 271B-.
fLW I (I I Leave Salt Lake 10:30 a. m. Return-
JK jl'i Ing leave Bingham midnight. Excur-
Sf ujij ylnn of the Eagles. Everybody Invited.
'ifc, Stands for Dead Beats. B. D. stands
mfL ft . for Bad Debts. "We collect Bad Debts
3 Ml, from Dead Beats. "Some people don't
mWAw Nke us." Francis G- Luke. Scientific
' Collector of Bad Debts, top floor Com-
;,ffahJ merclal Blk.
jSH j HELLO! 1063.
Xmkwf That's our number with the new In-
HHH fk dependent Telephone Co. Jas. Hop-
jgH I jp worth and Sons' Meat Market.
H I POS.TUM $
the fact that ho has but one arm, tho
left ono having been amputated In an
exactly similar way in Kansas City six
Judgo Rolapp this morning handed down
his opinion In the case of R. W. Terry vs.
Warren school district, deciding in favor
of tho plaintiff. This is the caso about
i wnlch so much has been published involv
t Ing the right of country school trustees to
nnt a public school building for dancln
purposes. Mr. Terry said that tho trustees
had no right to lease tho building and in
order to settle tho matter brought tho
caso in the District court under an in
junction. The court decided against the
Ernest L. Burke has filed a petition In
the District court for letters of adminis
tration in tho estate of Thomas XV. uml
Willis I. Burke, who wero killed In the
explosion at Jackson, Utah, on February
10th. Tho petition Involves a question of
tho time of the death of Thomas XV
Burke and his wife, and alleges that Mrs.
Burke and the children were killed out
right at the same time that the husband
and father met his death, hence the heirs
of Thomas XV. Burke are tho legal hclra
to the property left by him.
Traveling Passenger Agent Collins of
the Union Pacific left yestcrdav Tiornlng
for tho East, escorting tho Murray &
Mack company to Denver.
J A. Manderileld of tho Chicago &.
Northwestern was in the city today.
Tho McKlnnoy caso was continued yes
terday until April 17th.
Michael Riley today pleaded not guilty
to tho charge of robbory and his ca8e was
set for April 7th.
Sorcn X. Chrlstensen was in Ogden yes
terday interviewing Jack Furey. whom ho
represents at his coming trial for burglary,
Anna O. Hancock has broucht suit
ngalnst her husband, Walter Hancock, for
divorce, on the ground of non-support.
R. M. Cameron of Nampa, Ida., Is In
De Witt Brown Is down from Malad, Ida
Alfred Reese of Spanish Fork was In
E. O. Porter was In town frcm Fremont,
Miss Eva Stark of Salt Lake Is the guest
of Miss Gertrude Stark of Ogden.
The Chicago National leaguo baseball
team passed through tho city yesterday,
cn route East
Wllllum B. Hausen, who Is to catch for
the Salt Lake baseball team, has resigned
his position on the Southern Pacific and
will remain in Ogden until April 10th,
when he Is to report at Salt Lake.
JK Hi y-v H, In came Edward Murtlc. who they
Ru tf 8 1 s'd hafl had & Jag:
jBn 1 i I B They asked him if he guilty was
H ' - and he gave his head a wag.
mwmWmx " 'Tls a most distressful city," these
HRr 1 wore Ed Murtle's views;
mTmwtf b "They're arrlstln' mln an' wlmmln here
V 1 for drlnkln' av the booze.
i i , Ol wuz droonk, 01 know, yer 'annor. for
amjmVj , Ol drained full many a cup.
'JB M I But Ol nlver wu arrlstcd, Ol corao hero 1
'ml mm J , an' gave me up."
W mmk m "That was very kind and thoughtful,"
H14 said his Honor, with a grin,
BBfltn "For the city has no horses yet to pull
KHffiii i vou fellows In.
HIHsv Your conduct now, Ed Murtlc, It deserves
mJMmmrl ' tlie highest pralsei
MjHifl You may go to work as trusty in tho Jail
MuHif" i' ior thirty days."
iHHfl' v.,7"Tls a most delightful odor," Murtle
BKHIiA said, and Joined tho troop
UtMll .Attracted toward thc( prison by tho boil-
Ui JmW IK
When Arthur Case, a waiter, was asked
II Pif ty-Fivo Millions for Sundries.
l i WASHINGTON, March 25. The
'J P House Committee on Appropriations to-
' R c day completed the sundry appropriation
'J H bill and reported It to the House. The
jp . bill carries a toUl of 555.G23.001. which
, Il is S2S,S00,203 less than the appropriation
of the current year.
if ho was ready to plead to the chargo of
vagrancy, ho replied:
"I want to take the statuary' time."
"He must think he'll cut a better figure
tomorrow," muttered tho clerk, who la
addicted to puns.
The caso was continued until today.
Joseph Mansfield had a bandaged hand
And a hungry look on his face.
At a 3wcll hotel he took his stand
Till they threw him out of the place
Ho was charged in court with roaming
Being idle and dlfisolute, too.
Joseph demurred to the latter ground,
But ho said he had roamed a few.
I don't think," thus his Honor spoko,
"That a month In Jail will do harm,
'Tls a good hotel for folks that's broke
And for those with a crippled arm."
There was an old man named MacKay,
Who Is seventy if he's a day.
I When lit to tho eyes
Ho looks terribly wise,
But for two months he'll not bo so gay.
SLAYER OF AMERICAN
PAYS WITH HIS LIFE
SAN DOMINGO CITY. March 25.
Gen. Nicholas Arias, an Insurgent lead
er who gave the firing order which re
sulted in the death of Machinist J. C.
Johnson of the American gunboat Yan
kee. February 1st last, has been cap
tured by Government troops. After a
drumhead ccurt-martlal he was sen
I tenced to death and immediately shot.
AT HOME ONCE MOBE.
In out new warerooms at 51 and 53
South Main street Our line of pianos
and organs Is second to none in Utah.
Our prices are right and terms easy.
Our latchstrlng is always out. Van
eant and Chamberlain, 51 and 53 South
Stands for Dead Beats. B. D. stands
for Bad Debts. We collect Bad Debts
from Dead Beats! "Some people don't
like us." Francis G. Luke, Scientific
Collector of Bad .Debts, top floor Com
' f I III ' I IP i I I II. IIIMt
Ri: UTAH FOREST RESERVE BOUNDARIES
, . FIXED BY AUTHORITIES AT CAPITAL
Si ff WASHINGTON, D. C, March 23.
K Tho extension of the forest reserves for
Jm i Utah has been finally agreed on by the
LW m '4 forestry bureau. Senator Smoot and
VhS '5 Chief Plnchot have been attempting to
HnM a get together in this matter for several
HrfBp ft weeks, and at a recent conference a
HBHB .1 satisfactory agreement was reached.
BWw jlJ The Pine valley or St. George reserve
H'( 18 bG establlshed In accordance with
H:tj 1 flj tho bureau's proposal, excepting that
) sections C, 6, 7 and 8, township 3S south,
mwiv&f 91 range 13 west, will not be Included. The
Brv J town of New Harmony covers these
WV$ jm Ecctlons, and aa they are mineral lands
mm 1 ws deemod Proper to exclude them.
Sk-nr '1 Sevier Tlver reservation protects the
Writ?! 1'i 'J- headwaters of the Sevier river and the
Tjaj'lil 'U lands Included are those proposed by
ilSteli H the department. The proposed Beaver
Mmyftl), . 'jj. reservation la not to be established.
RIHjjuirff As to Fish Lake reservation exten
sion It Is agreed to release the southern
part of the proposed extension, but to
udd the north half to that already es
tablished. Sallna rcservcratlon cannot be estab
lished exactly as the peoplo wished,
on account of the fact that there exist
so many private claims, but In order to
reserve as much a3 possible of the
lands designated by the people of Sa
llna, the Senator and Mr. Plnchot havei
decided on talcing all lands possible on
the north and add them to the Mantl
reservation, and all lands west, east
and south of the Ireland cattle ranch
aro to be added to the Fish lnko re
serve. ThlB tukea In all lands asked to
be reserved, with the exception of the
odd sections lying Immediately up Sa
llna canyon near the cattle ranch, and
other private holdings. The Gunnison
reserve will be added to the Payson
reservation. The proposed grants will
be established as desired by the people.
The Spanish Fork reservation will
not be established at present nor will
the land be withdrawn from entry, but
the extent of this reserve will bt de
termined when tho Government decides
upon Utah lake as a reservoir In con
nection with the great Irrigation
echeme of Messrs Doremus and Rich
ards, now under consideration.
The Salt Lake reserve Includes all
lands south of the middle of township
1 south, and will be created Into a solid
reserve, but the lands .north of that
line will be reserved In sections and
subdivisions, provided the consent of
the Secretary of the Interior can be se
cured. Tooele reserve cannot be established
owing to the many private Interests
Involved, As soon as the reservations
are created, all remaining lands with
drawn will then be thrown open to en
. try again.
GRAZING PERMITS TOR
5500 HEAD OF CATTLE
Special to Tho Tribune.
PATSON, March 25. John Amos met
with a rather serious accident Thursday,
when a horse ho was riding fell with him
and caused a bad sprain of his left knee
He Is confined to his homo and may have
to remain there for several days.
Will Wrightman had the misfortune to
step on a nail this week, which has made
It necessary to uso crutches In getting
D. S- Pack, forest rcscrvo Inspector for
the Payson reserve, yesterday received the
grazing permits for cattle owners who
will be nlolwcd to graze their stock on
the Payson forest reserve this season. Tho
permits allow cattle to go on May 20th
and stay until October 10th. to tlio num
ber of 5500 head, including Payson, Santa
quln. Mona. NcphI, Clinton. Indlanola,
Salem, Lake Shore, Benjamin and Goshen.
A Republican primary has been called
for Payson precinct, to be held Wednes
day evening, March 30th. at tho city hall,
to elect fourteen delegates to attend the
county convention to be held in Provo
April 2nd, when f.fly-four delegate-) will
bo elected to attend tho State Republican
convention in Salt Lake. April 3th. to se
lect two persons to be recommended to
aorvo on tho county central committee.
Blancho, the llttlo tlve-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kerr, died
Wednesday, of (spinal meningitis, from
which she had suffered only a few days.
Funeral services wero held this afternoon
at tho First ward meeting-house. i
TO SELECT DELEGATES
Special to The Tribune
MERCUR, March 2C XV. S. Marks. Re
publican chairman of the county central
committee, has issued a call for a county
convention, to be held In Tooele City on
April 2nd. for the purpose of selecting
eleven delegates to the Republican State
convention on the Sth of April, and eleven
delegates to the Third Judicial convention
on the 16th of May. Mercur Is entitled to
five delegates n the county convention
and the precinct onalranan will call a meet
ing to be held in a few days for their se
lection. Tho Infant of Mr, and Mrs. Thomas
Butte 13 dead of bronchial pneumonia.
The remains will bo taken to Murray for
The baby of John Ruffato died this
morning of bronchitis.
Local forecast for Salt Lako City and
vicinity. Partly cloudy and unsettled to
night; probably fair Saturday.
Arizona Fair Saturday and Sunday,
Montana Fair Saturday and Sundiy;
warmer west portion Saturday; warmer
Yesterday's record at the local office of
the weather bureau:
Maximum temperature. 35 deg. ; mini
mum temperature. deg.; mean tempera
ture, 20 deg. ; which Is 15 deg. below the
Accumulated excess of temperature
since the 1st of the month, 3 deg.
Accumulated excess of temperaturo
since January 1st, 25 deg.
Total precipitation from 6 p. m. to G p.
m.. .20 inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
slnco the 1st of the month. 1.4G Inches.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
slnco tho 1st of January, 2.39 Inches.
MARKINGS AT OTHER POINTS.
Reports received at Salt Lake City,
Utah on March 2o, 1!KH. Observations
taken at all stations at S a. m. 75th meri
I l H
Place. 5 5 "5. &-
i ? c :
Denver Ti 20 I .22' Snow!
Grand Junction. 42 30 .00 Cloudy.
Helona 12 s .00 Clear.
Pocatello IF, 24 .02 Snow.
Modona 40 12 .02 Clear.
Wlnnemucca. ... 31 20 ( .01 Cloudy.
Tho barometer Is highest over tho Pa
cific coast and northern Rocky mountain
slope, and lowest over the mlddlo plateau,
middle and southern Rocky mountain
slopo and upper Mississippi valley.
Precipitation occurred over portions of
Utah, Colorado, Idaho. Nevada. Montana,
California. Oregon, Washington, North
Dakota, South Dakota. Minnesota, Ne
braska. Missouri and Illinois. It was
snowing this morning over portions of
Utah, Colorado, Idaho and Manitoba, and
raining In Missouri. Thunderstorms were
reported In Missouri, with heavy rain.
The temperature changes wero slight as
a rulo, except a fall of 10 to 40 deg. over
portions of the Rocky mountain slopo,
Central West and Northwest, upper Mis
sissippi and Missouri valleys.
R. 1. IIVATT. Local Forecaster.
John G. Kogler, Murray 30
Martha M. Zehoeber, Murray 20
James C. Winn, Opal. Wyo 37
Metta Chrlstensen, Opal, Wyo 21
Hills, boy, to II. T. and June. S3C S. W.
Temple. March 22.
McCall. girl, to A N. and Marlon, 517 So.
5th E March 23.
Avery, girl, to Allan r.nd Blrlha, 331 E. 5th
So., March 22.
Taylor, John Henry, age 2, 10 .Mortcnsen
St.. March 22.
pp. ENMAN Thompson at 70 Is the same
ft old spry Joshua Whltcomb. Why
R) should ho think of retiring? Ho
BJr still has the ruddy check, the
ardent spirit, the capering feet of
health. This agile old-timer of the stage
comes back to U3 in that plain play of
simple folks, that oldeot of tho rural
dramas, "The Old Homestead," And Its
naturalness, Its quaint humor. It mes
sages from nature, have still the old
power to touch and charm. Without a
complicated plot, without, indeed, much
more than a series of Incidents io hold
attention. It has maintained its popular
ity, while plays have been put aside by
the hundred. The theory prevails that
It has had this rare fortune because It
has with exceptional fidelity presented
phases of lowly human life, In which,
notwithstanding the allurements of lnlter
day culture and luxury, we are nearly all
more or less Interested This Is doubt
less the true theory. But whatever the
cau3C, Mr. Thompson and his play are
still winners, and there la no apparent
reason, looking at both, why Den, who
has been .Josh for twenty-nine years,
should not go on being Josh for twenty
The audience nt the Salt Lake Theatre
last night enjoyed greatly the old fa
vorite and his rural companions. Tho
company was well qualified to personate
the New England characters of the cast
Tho Blnging, as well as the acting, was
"The Old Homestead" will bo given this
afternoon and tonight.
"Down by tho Sea" will bo at tho Grand
this afternoon and this evening.
FOR THE DEFENSE
Testimony Shows That John Back
man "Was Atjgressor In Trouble
With Cnjti'les Petersen.
Special to Tho Tribune.
NEPHI, March 25. Interest in the trial
of Charles Peterson for the killing of
John Backman still continues, but tho
Jurors and others are beginning to show
tho effects of tho nervous strain.
Testimony for the dcfcn30 occupied tho
time of tho court today, and It Is no-v evi
dent that the trial will run over into next
STRONG FOR THE DEFENSE.
Ed Gustaveson testified that he uas at
the party on Christmas; eve, saw John
Backman come into tho Finn hall, run up
on the stage and grab tho defendant from
behind. A strugglo then ensued, and tho
defendant succeeded In getting away from
the decoased and ran from the hall. The
deceased threw a bottle at him as ho was
fleeing and the bottle hit a young woman
who was on the floor near the defendant.
A few ninutes later the defendant came
back to the hall carrying a shotgun point
ed to tho floor.
After the defendant came into the room
he said, "Who is running this hall?"
Herman Backman ran to the defendant,
grabbed the gun and tried to take It away
from the defendant. While they were
struggling over the gun John Backman.
the deceased, ran to the aid of his broth
er, but slipped and fell upon the floor, but
got up, grabbed a chair and struck at the
defendant, hitting the swinging doors,
through which the defendant and Herman
Backman had Just pnssed. Tito deceased
passed into the ante-room with the ehaK
and about half a minute later tho first
shots were fired and John Eastman was
The witness then left tho building hur
rlcaly, and as ho ran away ho heard three
more shots fired. The next "day he re
turned in company with othcrn to clean
up the hall and found a broken chnlr out
side the hall. Upon entering tho ante
room of tho building he found a broken
rung of the chair that corresponded to tho
rung brokrn from tho chair found out
side the hall.
The witness had cleaned tlio hall the
evening provloua to the shooting and did
not believe that the piece of cnalr was
then In the ante-room.
Oscar Johnson detailed nany of the cir
cumstances related by the other witnesses.
He was cpnfidcnt that when John Back
man threw the bottle that the defendant
was not out of the room. Ilo also snld
that he saw the deceased go out of the
door leading Into the ante-room with a
chair before the first shots wero fired and
that the shots came shortly after the de
ceased had followed- the defendant out of
the main hall.
District Attorney Greenwood Is cross
examining the witnesses for the defend
ant closely, but thl3 far they have ad
hered very closely to their original story.
The defcadant'3 Interests are closclj
guarded by his counsel, N. A. Robertson
and S. A. King.
Don't think less of your system than you
do of your house. Give It a thorough
cleansing, too. Take Hood's Sarsaparllla.
TALKS OF IDAHO
State Mine Inspector Robert N. Bell of
Boise Is a Salt Lake visitor, accompanied
by his wife. Mr. Bell Is confined to his
room at the Cullen at present with a se
vere attack of sciatic rheumatism, but is
improving rapidly and expects to be out
In a day or two. Mr. Bell says the mining
outlook all over his State Is extremely
bright, and that there aro several districts
that will experience booming activity dur
ing tho coming summer. He anticipates a
largely Increased leld of gold bullion this
year, especially from vein sources.
Boise, says the visitor, continues to ex
perience ii substantial and rapid growth
and Is becoming an important center of
business and population. Among the
underlying causes of Boise's success Is Its
remarkablo climate, Thero has never been
enough 6now there at any time this win
ter to make a decent snowball or make
the streets all whitened at one time.
Bolbc receives a direct business trlbuto
from probably the largest straight gold
mining territory of any city In the West,
that already has a most remarkable his
tory of gold production and Is lltorallv
barely scratched In the way of permanent
development, as will be amply demon
strated shortly. This gives Boise Im
munity from even a national business de
pression, for when everything else fails
legltlmato gold mining ventures become '
popular, for the purchasing power of their
product Is affected in tho opposite ratio
The Secret of Long Life and
How to Overcome Waste.
To nKnow thyself" is to take advantage
of life's secrets and equip one's self with
au armor which will successfully resist the
attack of disease in
ftbe battle of life.
The old idea of fate
or "kismet," and ;
that a person al
ways dies when hia
time comes, is uow
er made by God or
man, has a definite
aniouut of wear
and its life cau be
inj to the care that
is given it. If ac
cident or careless
ness destroys the
works of the watch
or the human mechanism an end comes
to its usefulness, but it has not actually
"worn out.'' Man's system at times gets
rusty like the wheels of the watch and
only needs a little cleaning and oihuff to
put it in shape for life's battles,
Au imitation of nature's method of re
storing waste of tissue and impoverish
ment of the blood and ucrvous force is
used when you take an alterative extract
of herbs and roots, without the use of alco
hol, like Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery. This vegetable medicine coaxes
the digestive functions and helps in the
assimilation of food, or rather enables the
organs to take from the fond just the
nutriment the blood requires.
Prof. J. U. Tnucuay.ofCi SL Peter Street, puc
bec. write: "I had been ill for some time wlfn Ia
Crippe and did not regain my strength With
in n wccU after using Dr. l'icrce' Golden Med
ical Discovery, I was able to be around again,
ntid I found that iny system wag entirely free
from nny of the bad cffecU of La Grippe. I
now keep a bottle of the Golden Medical Dis
covery on hand, and. when I catch cold, lake a
few closers which keeps me iu perfect health.
Ab a builder up of los.1 strength uud vitality I
do not believe your Discovery has an equal.'"
Accept no substitute for"Golden Medical
Discovery." There is nothing ''just as
good" for diseases of the stomach.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, the best
laxative for old people. They cure con
Btipatlon and biliousness.
BE WELL - SOUND STRONG
Officer Charles TimberIake-Famous for Hss Danrsg
How He Keeps Himself in Con itionHis SieaSth and !
Nerve and Power-Come Only from the-Cele- I
brated Nerve Vital izr and Tonic. I
PRIME'S 6ELERY eOMPODND
But a few months ago the whole Mid- f -H-VHVH--H--H--H--H--r- did, and after taking one bottle of your
die West rang with new of the exploit t I valuable compound, felt much better. i
,.,. m ,-,,,,,,., rnirnv.-,,!-,. i -- "'""' Trr.-.-.-r-ir- y...v.v.vj A second bottle has put me on my feet i
of brave officer Charles Timbc lake: :,, ' TZi again. It braced me up. J now feel li fe
perhaps the only officer who ever levied , Jm. ke a new man." L, SHEETS, 223 Le-
on a loaded gun In the hands of a quick ? - i hIsh avenue Pltlsburp, Pa.
Mhot. Tlmbcrlake Is noted through tho 1 S:i t III1
Ohio valley for his bravery and endur- . m.' V.v-J t . 3ROOPINGWOMAN. Ml
ance. Ho writes: Ij -Ja&'Z " ' V 111'!
, , -i ,:. ,:. MM ' ! Tired, Weak, but Pnino'e Celory Com-
Clnclnnatl, Feb. G, 1001. "I have A -W0$h - -.,:. .:J I pound Made Her Strong. j
gained in weight since I began taking :. . rj.-A Des Molnc-a. Ia.. Jan. 30. 1904 "I was-
Palne's Celery Compound. Tr gives mo , o mm&k'.MW feeling' tired and weal; and had been M
strength and vitality, makes me eat M0' s " troubled with nervousness for a long .j
well and sleep well and keeps the nerve '&VWz&W$ WW- I Urre' When 1 valkc(l ,on he strec!: 1 It
. , ' , cm,, t v, $2$mWW'' became dizzy and felt that I was going
system In good condition. Since I be- mMfS ' ' ' " ' f' '; to f?ll. 1 had doctored with the best
gan Its use I have been stronger and ; . XixWMW- y Physicians, but got no relief.
healthier than I have been In years." " "I had read of the' numerous cures
Charles Timberlake, Court of Magls- t- WmMlM ' d,e b' ln1c'fs ?ele,7 Compound and U
, . t-. . . 4 'i :::zxw . finally decided to try it. From the start I n
trate Dumont. 1 fMSm N ' , the benefit which I derived was marked. H
J ' ' ' " Ater tak,n? three bottles I feel that I D I
THIS PITTSBURG MAN, TOO. t j DElT SS. & j
It "Braced Him TTp-Put Him on ''WlMi'fel '00 1
. t J ;. s''Myi' 4MvvmA ii X and Luncrs Ilvor and Bowels and. it
Hts Feet When Ho Was Bun Down i i; ytr., J Brala-tue center of all tho LIFE,
and Sickly. , VSmM ' MM$iM t 1 HEALTH and VITALITY in tho H Q
"Allowing my system to become thor- ' 'fw jffW X Edf T't 1
oughly undermined by hard work, loss lplJI' W4wS& X 7t 7."r Z055 " 1
of sleep and nervousness, tho result was f M. P.. LTj - - 1
that I was a fit subject for the hospital. ' 4- -D. of Dartmouth University Famous-- Ij j
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