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Ji THE SALT IjAKB TRIBUTE: TUESDAY MOTCSTCSTG APEXL 5, 190 4. 3 M
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I J Happenings of a Day in Utah )
I TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE,
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I LOVING CUPS AWARDED
BY IRRIGATION CONGRESS
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEX, Utah. April 4. Four silver lov
ln? cups awarded as prizes during the re
cent session of tho National Irrigation
Congress have arrived. Tho cups ore now
on exhibition in the window of J. S. Scr
vis & Co. They are 23 Inches In height
and contain 270 ounces of pure silver. Tho
cups nro numbered. Is'o. 1 Is (he beet cup
and bearing the inscription "Awarded to
A. Rhode. Garland. Utah, for bc-Ht sugar
beets grown under Irrigation. Arid States
l'rult JJxhiblt of the Eleventh National
Irrigation Congress. Ogdcn. Utuh, Septem
ber 15 to IS. Untt Presented by II. O. Ilavo
meycr in behalf of the American Sugar
Itellnlng Compuny." No. 2 Is the barloy
cun and Is inscribed:
"Awarded to Manhattan Malting Com
pany of Manhattan. Montana, for best
browing barloy grown under Irrigation.
Arid States Fruit Exhibit, Eleventh Nu;
tlonal Irrigation Congress. September lo
to 1?. 1WI, Ogtlen Utah. Preeonted by 1 nd
Pabst In behalf of tho Pabst Brewing
Company." , .
The third cup bears th following in
scription; "Awarded to McNcff Brothers.
Yaklraa. Washington, for best brewing
hops KTOwn under Irrigation. Arid
States Fruit Exhibit of tho Eleventh :sn
tlonal Irrigation Congress. September lo
to 18, 1M3. Presented by Adolphua Busch
in behalf of tho Anheuser-Busch Browing
The design of the cups has been fully
described heretofore in The Tribune. The
cups will bo kept od exhibition for a week.
th)n ."ent to S;iU Lak.-. whero they will
bo exhibited for another week, and then
sent to tho owners,
a a i
The shakc-up In tho operation of tho
Harrlman roads In Ogdon appears general.
Tt Ih said that W. II. Chovcrs is to bo
general freight agent for tho consolidated
lines, and that Georgo H. Corse will be
made conmorclnl agent Mr. Chevcrs Ih
present freight ugcuit of tho Southern Pa
(in and Mr. Corse occupies a similar po
sition -with the Union Pacific.
Baggage Master Brown of the Union
depot has submitted his report for the
month of March, as follows:
Union Pacific, number pieces received.
.'65; number plecea forwarded, S(0; total
pieces handled. lO.filo. Oregon Short Line,
pieces received, S40 1 : pieces forwardod,
MCJ); total. IOT4. Southern Pacific, re
ceived, forwarded. 0S"2: total, 1S.759.
Rio Grande Western, pieces received, 8107;
forwarded. 1!M9: total handled, lOSfi.
, The lolnl number of pieces handled dur
ing tho month, for all roads, was 5201 and
for the name month of Inst yoar It amounl:
i d to -19.219 pieces, which gives an Increase
of C1S5 pieces for March, this year.
; Jm Morgan City Is to havo one of tho larg-
Vafl est cjuinlne factories In the West. Ogdcn
' Bl capital Is behind the scheme, represented
L M, by James Plnrc nnd James Anderson,
flfafll Tho new factory will be ready to handlo
Hl i he present 5cason's crop and will utilize
1 everything in the fruit and vegetable lino.
H.y At the City Council tonight tho Mayor
91) yont in a communication calling atten-
fH (ton to iho fact that .7. J. Shepherd had
H r been charging the police departmont and
H "ithc-- city officluls with dishonesty and
f malfeasance, and ho requested that a com-
Wi L mlttco bo anointed to Investigate tho anat-
L- icr. Mr. Chambers objected to the ap-
I )0lntmcnt of a committee and took occa-
' '. I sion to put Mr. Shepherd on tho toasting
' in fork, claiming that the bst way to get
, i ld o him was to Ignoro him. Mr. Shep-
,l' I herd asked permission lo address tho
,lr 3 Council, but that body was unusually ac-
1 'ell live at that lime and did not have tlmo
I t ll to hear him. In the meantime Shepherd
1 i, Lfl loft the Council room. Afterward sov-
4 , If oral members of tho Council saM that they
' -rf II had not Intended to deny Mr. Shepherd a
Ml hearing, but that thoro was a motion be-
! 1 fore the house that had to be disposed of
' II before Shepherd could be heard. Tho mat-
if II tcr went to tho police committee, with
1 Kmmett und Chambtrs added.
, y 1 Tho business men of the city will havo
tl tho right In the future to construct elcc
H J 1 trie signs in tront of their places accord-
jr II ing to a lesolutlon passed by th' Coun-
SR?.' Clerk Jenson of the Police court rcport-
I od the collections of the court for the
1 month of March as 21S3,S0. Tho City
Treasurer reported receipts for tho month
of March, JSS03.2-1, and balance, on hand,
April 1st, 527.C25.SS.
The funeral of tho late J. A. Wright
Is was held from the Methodist church this
afternoon. Th funeral was largely at
tended, not only by residents of Ogdcn,
hut by a large number of people from Salt
Lako and other cities.
K. P. Markey, supremo commander of
1lie Knlehts of tho Maccabees, and Mrs.
Lillian M. Holilstcr, supremo commander
of iho Ladles of tho Maccabees, wero
given a royal reception by tho four local
lodges In tho Congregational church to
night. During the afternoon the ladles
held a special session, at which Mrs. IIol
llntur was present, and liflllated a class
of sixteen In the evening at the church
Judge Howell presided over the exercises
nnd an excellent literary nnd musical pto
gnimm was rendorcd. Among the speak
ers wero JudKe Howell, who delivered tho
address of welcome; Slate Commander
Grav of Salt Lake; Mrs TTollIter, and
Supremo Commander ATarkcy. Tho latter
nddiess was the feature of the pro
gramme, Mr. Markcy delivering one of tho
lliwut addresses on fraternity ever heard
in the city.
Mrs. R. N. Ames and children left yes
terday for California to Join Mr. Ames,
who Is In the employ of tho pension of
J. Kelly, manager of tho Shamrock
Athletic club. Salt Lake, was In Ogdcn
1 Georgo P. McCabo is hero from Wash
ington. D. C.
Mrs, Mary Grow was examined yester
day as to her sanity and released.
J. S. Hopkins Is In town from Croy
Ben E, Rich is down from Rexburg',
Tt pays lo plant seeds that come
For up-to-date work 'Phono fL
i AMERICAN LAUNDRY.
1 WASHINGTON, April l.-Sccrctary
Hav has Instructed by cable Embassador
T McCormlck at St. Petersburg and Minis
ter Conger at Peking to tako immediate
tops to securo the release of the two
American newspaper correspondents now
hold by the Russians at Newchwang.
been all that
f uff and ftll
und to grow
Hr.l v)o la
DEATH CALLS AN OLD
RESIDENT OF PAYSON
Special to Tho Tribune,
PATSON. April 4. Another ono o.f Pay
son's oldest residents, Mrs. Emily S. Maln
IU. passed away on Sunday evening,
April 3rd. after nn lllncts of a few day-'.
Sho has resided in Payson for many years
and reared a largo family hero.
Mrs. Malnvlll wao born April 15, 1J57, In
Jackpon-illo, Davis county, Missouri, and
was the daughter of Samuel David Brown
and Lydla Maria Lathrop Brown of Klrt
land. Mo. Sho emigrated with her parents
to Ulah in ISS2. Her mother died of chol
era while crossing the plains and Mrs.
Malnvlll. then only U years of age. was
left to mother four yonngcr brothers, two
of whom wero twins IS months old.
She. with her father, made her first
homo in Salt Lake City, where she met
and married John F. Malnvlll, later re
moving to Payson, where she has spent
the remainder of her life. Twelve children
wore born to this union, nine of whom
survivo her nnd reside In different parts
of the country. Her entire family num
bered twelvo children, forty grandchll
drn. three great-grandchildren and seven
children adopted by different members of
her family. Sho has been a widow twenty-live
yeurp, educating and caring for her
large fanillv with her own hands.
Mrn. Malnvlll was enjoying fairly good
health up to last Wednesday, when she
was stricken with pneumonia, from which
she gradually grew worse until Sunday
evening, when sho died, surrounded by
her children and many friends.
Funeral services will be held Wednes
day! afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Payson
Morgan County Names Delegates.
MORGAN. Utah, April 4 The. County
Republican convention named tho follow
ing delegates to represent Morgan county
at the Stato Republican convention: Dr.
C. F. Osgood. Joseph R Porter, John
Croft and Rclnhardt Olsen.
A SEAT IN THE PAR
QUET. How a Visitor Saw the Show, Re
ceived Somo Good Advice and
Slipped on tho Tile Floor of
the Security Building1.
"Glva me a scat In tho parquctte." said
tho conference visitor to tho man in the
box offlco of tho real estate show.
"And. by the way, what is tho show?"
continued the man from the State.
"Oh, nothing to it, only J. Donnan
Rcavls performing his famous stunt, 'Tho
Leader of tlio Town,' " replied the blase
When tho door closed tho visitor found
himself on tho tile of tho ground floor Se
curity Trust Building, 32-31 Main St.
"Gee, this is swell," ho piped. "It's no
wonder the folks out in the State say
Reavis Is a hustler.
"1 wonder," hummed Mr. San Pete, to
himself, "If these oak fixtures, with plate
glass filling conceal tho stage where Mr.
Reavis docs hla act? Guess I'll Just move
down tho corridor to tho portal under
tho big gilt sign and seo if Mr. Reavis Is
So he hiked along to tho cashier's cago
and found enough nerve In his frame to
lnnulre; ''Is Mr. Reavis in?"
With that never-falling courtesy that
Is part and parcel of the employees of
Mr. ReaVls's ofllce, tho lady at the win
dow ushered the new-comer Into Mr.
Reavl3's private office.
"Glad to sec you, Mr. Rcavls. My name
Is Henry Hennlngs Hornsby. I live In
Sanpete and I want your advice about
buying a farm."
"Mr. Hornsby," remarked Mr. Reavis,
"1 am gl.id to welcome you to Salt Lake,
and It gives me much satisfaction to refer
you to this splendid list of improved farm
ing properties." (Handing him a compre
hensive list of the best farms In the val
ley.) "But, Mr. Hornsby," continued Mr.
Reavis, "I would advlse you to put jour
money where It will grow faster than al
falfa. I mean Salt Lake real estate. It
don't require Irrigation to raako our city
values grow and tho roots of permanancy
In thl3 form of Investment run dcop down
and safely unchor every dollar you plant
"What percentage on my money can you
guarantee from Investmonls In Improved
city real csiate?" atked the caller of the
real estato man.
"Ten to twelve per cent can do safelv
promlscd," replied Mr. Rcavls, "and when
you consider that this Is three or four
times heavier than Government bonds
pay, with tho security equally as reliable,
it iu patent that your plain duly lies In
tho direction of an investment In Salt
Lake Improved real estate "Bear In
mind, I say Improved real estate," Mr.
Reavis reiterated, "for I don't hcllcvo In
allowing property to remain Idlo and un
productive, thereby entailing tremendous
Mxed Interest charges and taxes, special
and regular. Ground has a rental value
which should be utilized, and too much
vacant ground has ofen caused a reput
edly wealthy land-owner to go half fed
nnd mentally bankrupt In a strenuous
and desperate effort to pay tho taxes and
assessments continually arising aptinst
vacant land " f
"But," said the man from Sanpete, "I
understand building Is high in Salt Lako.
How Is that?"
"In every branch of trade," replied tlio
"Whoso Roof Is Over Your Head" man,
"you will find thoso who cry 'Lo here, Lo
there,' but these arc they who speak from
hearsay, not facts. Building Is cheaper
than It has been for the past 3 years, and
a man can get inoro for his money In the
building line In Salt Lake today than In
any other Western city. Lumber Is down;
mechanics' wages aro very reaeouablc and
plumbing is at tho zero mark of coat,
"Now Is tho appointed time." empha
sized Mr. Reuvls, "to Improvo vacant
property, for we arc going 16 havo the
busiest building year sluco tho boom, and
midsummer prices will bo 10 per cent
"Well. Mr. Reavis. I'll go over and
draw $10,000 out of the savings bank,"
snld Mr. Hornsby. "and I'll bo back In
15 minutes and we will get down to tacks."
"You'll have to hurry' said Mr. Rcavls.
looking at his watch, "for it Is nearly 3
o'clock and the bank will bo closed."
Just then tho man from Sanpete slipped
on the tlio Moor and injured his arm so
badly thnt ho couldn't write a chock to
draw his money, but he's coming In to
morrow to closo th? deal.
He'll find 32-31- Main SL. on the ground
floor of the Security Trust Building, as
easily as if ho had lived in Salt Lako all
his lite, for "Tho Z. C. M. I. Is Opposite "
We have moved to No. 12 West Third
South. Will bo glad to meet our old
friends and customers In our new loca
tion. On account of cheap rent, we will
he able to give our patrons tho benefit
of name, and will sell good goods
cheaper thun ever,
TOM & JERP.Y CLOTHING HOUSE,
I. N. Lewis, Prop.
When you buy Vogeler's seed you
buy tho best, but he sure they are
Special to The Tribune.
TROVO. April i.Tho new Republican
central commit teo chosen nt tho county
convention Is composed o tho following:
Alpine J. II. Beck, Fannie E. Moylc.
American Fork Thomas E. Steele,
Benjamin George A. Hone, Mrs. Georgo
Highland George Y. Meyers, James
Lehl S. W. Ross, Mrs, M. A. Taylor.
Lako View L. L. Bunnell.
Provo, First Ward Joseph T. Farrcr,
Mrs. J. II. DcnhaKor.
Provo. Second Ward J. C. Graham,
Kilty A. Hlnes.
Provo, Third Ward Thomas John, Mrs.
J M. Jensen.
Proo. Fourth Ward R. J. Dugdalc,
Fnnnlo E. Stewart.
Provo, Fifth Ward J. E. Armltslcad,
Plcasant View Richard Brercton, Mrs.
Pnyson-J. II. Dixon, Mrs. A, White.
Pleasant Grove T. S. Humphries, Luel
Provo Bench W. E. Barney, Mrs. M. E.
Salem N. C. Chrlstenscn, Mr? Emma
Lake Shore William Lectham, Ruth
Spanish Fork L. O. Lawrence, Mrs.
Springiillc Mont Johnson, Miss Julia
Thistle G. Wcldroan. J. Henderson.
Mr.. Amelia M. Singleton, mother of,
Albert Slncloton. died at Sprlngvillo last'
evening. Tho deceased was born April
7. 1S21, at Wlnslow, Somersetshire, Hug
land, and Joined tho Mormon church in
September, 184S. With her husband and
one son she emigrated In 1SS4 lo Utah. At
Fort Bridser her husband died. The fam
ily located at Sprlngvllle. but "Grandma"
Slngloton has lived the past few yeara In
Provo. Tho deceased taught school In
Sprlngvillo In th early days She was
the mothor of nlno children nnd thirty
seven grcat-graudchlldren survive her.
Mrs. Joseph S. Smith of the Fifth ward
was operated on today at tho Provo hos
pital for ulcer of tho breast. 8ho patient
rallied well and rapid recovery Is looked
Albert T. Money and a number of other
taxpnyers of Spanish Fork petitioned tho
Board of County Commissioners to widen
tho Palmyra road to fifty feet. The peti
tioners agreed to do the grading and put
the road in shape If tho county would
purchase the necessary land. The peti
tion was granted and ?10O appropriated.
GOOD NEWS FOR
INDIAN WAR VETS
Bill Introduced by Senator Kcarns
Indorsed by Committee- and
Reported to the Senate.
BY A. F. PHILIPS.
Tribune Bureau, National Hotol, V
WASHINGTON, D. C. April 4. J
Tho bill Introduced by Snator Kcarn?,
providing for pensioning the veterans of
tho Indian wars in Utah, was reported to
the Senate today bearing the Indorsement
of the Commilleo on pensions. When the
measuro wna first Introduced by Senator
Kearns a great many obstacles presented
themselves, the principal ono being that
the veterans had no penslonablo status,
owing to the fact that the veterans bad
not rendered service to the United States
directly or by Its authority.
Tho original bill required as a condi
tion precedent to consideration an appli
cation for nsion with a record sworn to
by at Iea3t two reputable witnesses that
tho applicant had rendered service In the
Indian wars Senator Kearns found that
tho act of 1878. applicable to survivors of
tho war of 1S12, established a service rec
ord In absenco of direct prooof. was also
applicable to this case, and tho Senator
outlined section 3 of this law In suggest
ing to the committee a compromise for his
bill now reported. Under Its terms appli
cants must satisfy tho pension office as
to their service record. This will enable
them to bring in parole evidence and oth
er material facts bearing upon tho sub
ject. Senator Smoot has secured an Incrcaso
of pension to ?24 for Tracy Williams of
Senator Dubois presented to the Comp
troller of the Currency the application of
John B. Cosgrlrf of Salt Lake, JameB E.
Cosgrlff of Rawlins and M. J. Gray,
Thomas R. Hamt-r and H, W. Ro3S of St.
Anthony. Ida., to establish a national
bank, with a capital of $25,W.
Effective at once, tho schedule on tho
slar route between Smoot and Afton.
Wyo.. is changed bo as to leave Afton
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, on re
ceipt of mall from Montpcllor, Ida., but
not later than 9 o'clock p. m.
Effectlvo April Clh, the route between
Burns and Shoshone Is lengthened two
miles and the carrier required to travel
tho crossroad from Burns to Shoshone,
returning via the river road.
These changes in fourth-class postof
flces have been made: Utah Sarah E.
Taylor appointed postmaster at Kaysvllle,
William H. Clow, resigned.
Idaho Ernest H. Motts nppolntcd post
master at Maclcay, vlco Mrs. Edith Eas
William D. Hughes has been commis
sioned pontmastcr at Santo, Ida,: llkewlso
Silas D. Perrlno at Klmama, Ida.
Tlds army order has been issued: "Post
Quartermaster Albert J. MncDonnld. Fort
Duchesne, Utah, will proceed to St Louis,
Mo., for duty with the battalion of Philip
pine scouts at the Louisiana Purchase ex
position, relieving Post Quarlermaslcr
SergU James R. Glllesplo from duty there
with. Upon being thus relieved. Post
Quartormuster-SergL Gillespie will prc
ceced to Jefferson barracks, Missouri,
whrtre he will remain attached for rations
while aw.'iltlng further orders.' It being
impracticable for Sergt. MacDonald to
carry rations of any kind, the subsistence
department will pay commutation of ra
tions in advance for the necessary num
ber of days' travel.
w u O
A bill is pending in tho House appro
priating the sum of 550.0TO annuallv for
the purpose of promoting tho efficiency of
tho militia or tho several States. Tho
principal object Is to provide ways nnd
means lo transport mllltla to and from
places designated for tho contest of tho
national trophy provided in tho act of
1503 for the promotion of rllle practice.
Senator Heyburn submitted a resolution
to tho Senate, which was ordered to He
on tho tablo, subject to coll, directing the
Secrotaiy of Agriculture to mako a report
to the Senate of all Investigations of adul
terated foods, drugs and liquors made un
der tho provisions of paragraph two of
tho act of March 1, 1S92.
Also a resolution directing tho Secretary
of tho Treasury to 6end to the Senate a
statement as to all examinations of me
dicines and drugs at -the port of New
York during the lost calendar year.
Senator Clark of Wyoming has offered
nn amendment to Sundry civil appropria
tion bill as follows: "For the estAbllsh
inont of a fish culture station on Ulncka
Fork of Green river. In tho State, of Wv
omlng. to bo selected by tho United States
Commissioner of Fish and Flahorlcs, in
cluding purchase of a oltc, construction
TBIBTJNE BUREAU, 1
Murray King, Correspondent. ft
ll ! HI .11 r
PARK CIT.ZEN OFF ON
MISSION TO GEORGIA
Special to The Tribune
PARK City, April 1. Frank Epperson
left this afternoon for Atlanta, Go., whore
he will remain two years as a missionary
of tho L. D. S. church.
Misses Hazel nnd Elizabeth Barnes, who
have been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. George
Barton, returned to their homo In tho
Thomas Kenrns, Jr., returned to his
home In the city ycslcrdny. after a plcur
nnt visit with relatives hero.
Miss Hannah Lccomplo camo up from
the city today lo visit her parents, ac
companied by Miss Mary Flnlcy, Miss
Margaret. Sizcr, Miss Rachel Isrmostcrn
and Miss Rehcckah Flutemburg.
Dan Sully appears at the Dewey theater
in "Tho Chief Justice."
Harry Brown was tried and found guil
ty of torolcatlon by Judge Lockhart tills
afternoon. Brown was found In bed with
a young woman on Marcl 31st In a room
back of Ketchum's barber shop-
of bulldlncs. and ponds and equipment,
provided that sultablo ground can be pro
cured at sucn place at a reasonable price
to the Government. $2o,v."
w o u
Tho Senator has Introduced a hill pro
viding for right of way for Irrigation and
other purposes upon the public lands and
reservations. It authorizes tho Secretary
of the Interior to permit tho use of right
of way through tho public lands reserved
for resorvolr sites, national parks, and
other reservations, for storage or convey
ance of water for irrigation or other bene
ficial use, for pole linos, for telephone,
telegraph, electric power, or like purposes,
for traaiways, &c
The bill places tho question of restric
tion In tho discretion of the head of the
department having control of the land and
nfo allows such head of a denartment to
fix an equitable price for tho use of tho
lnnd or timber, stone, or other material
This army order has been Issued: Pri
vate General J. Clark, company L,
Eleventh Infantry, Fort Washakie, Wyo.,
having becomo dlsquallilcd for. service iu
character through his own fault, will be
discharged without honor from the army
by the commanding ofilcer of his sta
James H. Fillmore has been appointed
postmaster at Rudy, Fremont county,
Ida., vlco Brlgham J. Bush, resigned.
A. B. Edler, Lawyer,
Moved to 525 Atlas Block.
Strictly high grade work. 'Phone 61.
SEEKING WAY OUT OF
ISLAND CHURCH TROUBLES
Secretary of War Tnifc Taking Hand
in tho Dispute Over Own
ership. WASHINGTON, April L Secretary
Taft and Gov. Wright of the Philippines
aro In correspondence with a view to
arranging somo satisfactory method of
settling tho dispute between tho Roman
Catholic church and tho Philippine Cath
olic church, of which latter Bishop Agll
pay Is the head, regarding tho ownership
of certain churches and convents in tho
In most cases the question of title is
complicated by reason of tho fact that
while tho buildings were erected under
direction of tho Roman Catholic church
on crown land3 donated for that purpose
by tho Spanish Government, the money
nnd labor for the buildings wero provided
by the pcopjo of tho Uliferent provinces
where tho buildings are located.
Bccauso of tills fact certain of tho mu
nicipalities claim jurisdiction In tho mat
ter, and have turped certain of tho
churches nnd convents over to tho follow
ers of Aglipay,
Secretary Taft holds that tho question
In dlspto affecting tho title to the prop
erty should bo determined by regular pro
cess before the courts, and tho point now
under consideration is how best to ac
complish that result through the Judicial
hearing of a test case.
It has betm suggested lhat the War de
partment constitute a proper tribunal for
tho adjudication of these cases, but the
suggestion Is not regarded favorably by
tho authorities, who prefer their settle
ment through the courts In the regular
way, so as to pormlt a linal appeal to tho
United States Supremo court If necessary.
PTflES WOPIBS. li
! f Our sole knowledge of the pco-
V pie on other worlds and how far T
the people there differ from our
inhabitants, can only be guessed by
comparison with animal nature on this
omall sphere of ours. More important
to us is a knowledge of ourselves.
"Know TrrvSEU"' was an old Greek
thought. How to take care of one's
own body is not so simple as pome think;
the human mechanism is a wonderful
thing and requires watching.
One man who has done more to teach
the American people how to care for their
bodies than almost any other, is Dr. R. V.
PicTce, of Buffalo, N. v., the Author of the
"Common Sense Medical Adviser." He
says : It is not the quantity of the food
eaten which produces strength und health
(for some people can keep stronp on a very
meagre diet), but it is how much food is
absorbed and assimilated by the blood and
carried to nourish every organ of the body.
It is, therefore, vitally necessary for the
body that the stomach be in a healthy
state. If disease of the stomach, or what is
called "stomach trouble," prevents proper
nutrition then the heart, liver, lungs, and
kidneys do not get proper food they are
not fed on rich red blood, nnd in consc
qaence, begin to show signs of distress.
Outwardly these signs inny be pimples
and eruptions on skin, pale face, sleepless
nights, tired, languid feelings, or, by Tcason
of the nerves not being: fed on pure blood,
they become starved, and we receive a
warning in the pain we call neuralgia.
Rheumatism, too, is a blood disease. After
years of practice and study Dr. Pierce
found that an Alterative Extract, which he
named "Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery," made from the extracts of several
plants, Invariably produced a tonic effect
npon the oystem. It helped the process of
absorption of the healthy elements in the
food and increased the red corpuscles of
the blood, as well as eliminated the poisons
from the nyntem.
Business is business. No time for head
aches. Constipation causes them. Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets enre them by cur
ins the cause. Laxative aud mild. '
RAILROAD MEN LOCATE
CLAIMS NEAR CALIELTES
CAXiIENTES, Ncv , April 6. Conductor
Blood, with his brakemcn, Sibley and
Richie, and W. J. Lee of the stock depart
ment of the San Pedro, havo located four
gold-allvcr-copper claims twenty miles
south of Callentcs nnd flvo miles from
the railroad, with a fine road connecting
tlio mines with tho line, from which grass
root oro has been extracted going over $109
por ton in all values. Tho vein Is 14 Inches
wide at surfaco and crops out over three
miles, Tho ledge run3 nearly north and
south and carries tho ore in white quartz
between granite wallB, with llmo lying be
tween the walls and lodKC, which Is nearly
twenty feet wide at surface. It Is tho most
Importnnt r.trlko ever made In this dis
trict and will prove a drawing card for
mining men and prospectors this spring.
The immediate development of these four
claims may open up a line ody of pay oie
at depth, with every prospect of an In
crease In width of vein at depth. As soon
ua a carload of this ore Is extracted, a test
shipment will be made to Salt Lako for
Piling was shipped from Callentcs to the
Muddy rlvur for bridging foundation, the
lino ha'lng now been completed to that
place, sixty-seven miles southwest of this
camp. The contract for construction on
which the. railroad la now laying track will
be completed when n point ten miles south
of the Muddy Is reached, which will be
In about llftccn days, as sonc delay will
occur In bridging the river to enable con
struction trains to convoy the tics and
piles to tho terminus, south of the Muddy.
The railroad company will then begin
track laying on tho newly let contract for
fifty miles of track from the Muddy river
to a point live miles west of tlio Las Ve
gas ranch, and Its completion wll! depend
solely on tho speed with which grading
Is completed by the U. C. company. If
thy weather remains as cool during the
remainder of April as it has been for tho
past mouth, the Lao Vcgaa terminus
should bo reached by tho road within the
next threo months.
The first rarload shlpnont of gold-sllvcr-lead
ore from the Plochc-Novada Consoli
dated Mining company was made via Call
entcs April "(1 to Salt Lako for treatment.
The company has a 12-foot ledgo of hlgh
grado ore and Is developing tho property
by a shaft and tunnel all In ore.
GUTHRIE, O. T., April l. Tho Capital
National bank of this city, one of the
oldest banking Institutions In Oklahoma,
and a Territorial and United States de
pository, closed its doors today. It was
placed In the hands of the Comptroller
of tho Currency. A statement Is not ob
tainable at this time.
More new machinery just received.
Phone 01. AMERICAN EAUNLRY.
WASHINGTON. April I. Tho War de
partment has Issued order for the Twenty-eighth
nnd Ninety-second companies,
coast artillery, at tho Presidio. San Fran
cisco, to relieve, about May 1st, tho Sixty-sixth
and Slxtj'-sevcnth companies,
coast artillery, which will start for the
Presidio on the transport leaving Hono
lulu about May 15th.
I rMS) Hands'
KLJ 'jAyh h Luxuriant
9 yj v1 Produoed by
Assisted by Cuticura Ointment, purest mi
wvtetest "ii emollient skin nunfiVrs.
EVERY BLADE WARRANTED
1 9 Drug Selling
j I It should be obvious to thoso I
9 who have bought of us thnt wo K
I H novcr misrepresent our goods. I
i H Those who do not know drugs E
I It and their prices should derive sat- P
Ifl Isfactlon from the fact lhat they
fij can buy hero with absolute assur- w
tu an co of satisfaction. 1
I WE WANT YOUR TRADE. 1
J DRUGCOMPANY j
I Nine-tenths of tho cases of head- I-
ache, vertigo, norvouEness, cross- i
eyes, and many stomach disorders, I
arc traceable directly to dcfcctlvo
Let us examine your oyes nnd fit j
5 them with a pair of properly ad- I
73 West First South. I
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H. B. WINDSOR,
Thone 244. 62 West Second South.
ONCE I HAD A HUSBAND
Llttlo six-year-old maidens will tell vou
a)l about It at the concert for the BEN
EFIT OF MRS. CHARLES A. SMITH.
Salt Lako Theater, Monday ovenlng.
J L. M. Eeji jfurry.
I OSTEOPATHS j
H Treat Buccossfully ' all Chronlo S
Q 803 Auerbuch Building. m
H Office TcL 1120-S". Res. 10S0-Y. fcj
A PASTOR'S- WIFE peSSSh
She Suffered for Years and
Felt Her Case Was Hope
MRS. A2TNA B. FLEHARTY, recent
Superintendent of the W. C. T. U.
headquarters, at Galesburg, 111., was for
ten years ono of the leading women
there. Her husband, when living, was
first President of the Nebraska Wes
leyan University, at Lincoln. Neb.
In a letter written from 401 Slxtv
seventh street, W., Chicago, III., Sirs.
Flehartysuys the following in regard to
"Having lived n very active llfo as
wife nnd -working partner of a busv
minister, my health failed me a few
years ago. I lost my husband about the
same time, and gradually I seemed to
lose health and spirit. My daughter is
a conllrmed Invalid, and wo both felt
great need of un lnvigator.
"One of my neighbors advised me
to try Peruna. A bottle was Imme
diately secured and a great change
took place in my daughter's as well
as in rny own health. Our appetites
improved very greatly, tho digestion
seemed much helped, and restful sleep
soon improved us, so that wo scefned
like new women.
"I would not bo without Peruna for
ten times its co3t." Mrs. Anna B.
What used to be called female diseases
by the medical profession Is now called
pelvic catarrh. It has been found by
experience that catarrhal diseases of
the pelvic organs urc the cause of most
cases of female diseases.
Dr. Hartman was among the first of
America's great physicians to make thl3
discovery. For forty years he has been
treating diseases peculiar to women, and
long ago he reached the conclusion that
a woman entirely free from catarrhal
affection of these organs would not be
subject to female disease. Ho therefore
began using- Peruna for these cases and
found It so admirably adapted to their
permanent cure that Peruna has now
become the most famous remedy for
female diseases ever known. Every
where the women are using it and prais
ing it. Peruna is not a palliative sim
ply: It cureH by removing the cause of
Dr. Hartman has probably cured more
women of female ailments than any
other living physician. He makes these
cures simply by using and recommend
Mrs. Esther M. Milner, DeGraff. Ohio,
"I was a terrible sufferer from female
weakness and had the headache contln
uously. I was not able to do my house
work lor myself and husband. I Arote
you and described my condition as near
as posalble. You recommended Peruna.
I took four bottles anil was completely
cured, I think Peruna a wonderful IH
medicine." Mrs. Esther M. Milner. IH
Congressman Thud M. .Muhon of
Chambcrsbun?, Pa., writes: IH
"I take pleasure in commending IH
your Peruna as a substantial tonic
and a good catarrh remedy." T. ST. IH
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and ho will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hurtman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
GARDNER DAILY STORE NEWS. 1 1
The selling of only the mostf
dependable Clothes at mod- jS
C Has won for us the distinction jq
'SlIwSv Tht Quality Store' I
MWiwm By offerino; only goods mi
w- lS whie;h we have utmost con- g
! Goods which wc know will!
jm0W give entire satisfaction,
According; to the prices we
i riiPir rfaxsnl3 P'ace m lhc store is this gj
a "3:::iwl m0rC cear' brought I
1 lllffi liii r Than in the Men's Suit section. I
I twill I' leil II There vc commence with the R
I l&M ! finest products of the jH
1 JgimP World's best Tailors at $35. 1
1 And range down as low as it is I
IV t. have fixed the limit at $5, IH
Which means equal to $7 50 grades elsewhere.
At $10 and $12 there are some exceptionally good values, a
Stoic will be open this evening. I
h ne IP r36-38 3 I
Price. J8 B ynlfWl!lLH Main St. I H
j THE QUALITY STORE. 8 lfl
I THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF SUITS AND TOPCOATS in tho
city of the Famous HIRSH, WICIiWIRE & CO, make. This name
) is synonymous of the Best Fitting, Best Quality, Best Workman- j k
ship. OUR, PRICES you will find on investig-ation from S2.50 to "
$5.00 less than elsewhere. f jH
I Yours, Anxious to Please, "
j R.OWE m KELLY CO., J I
i One Price 132 Main St. Plain Figures f 1
I The Best Whiskey
I FOR THE BEST PEOPLE.
Old Cambridge Rye E
Old Crow Bourbon
THE ZANG, 1
S ROPER & MATER, H
26-2S "W. Second South St. !9
It insures an enjoyable. Invigorating
bath: makes every pare respond. r. H
moves dead skin. H
ENERGIZES THE WHOLE BODY,
etarta the circulation, and leaves ?
plow equal to a Turkish bath.
ALL GROCERS AND DRUGGISTS,