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I TKB SAXT HiAKE TXUBTTKIi: STJTCDAY MOEiJIN'G-. MAT 22, 1904. g . i j ;
fcRATEFlIL WOMEN RJ0RED T0 BEAUTV m HEALTH BY PE-RU-NA il' II
sefllected olds and Spring eatarr h Make
?8f invalids of More Women at This bf V vT)
51. Season of the Year Than HI1 nt-kVrAr
jjl Other Diseases Combined. I P"
-i ,c OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS
W BETTER THAN A POUND
' to Protect Yourself Against
!tarrh During- the Uncertain
' Weather of April.
1 rh( feel warm and dry.
7 2Xci the chest well protected,
"fi to go out In the fresh air
v?i & f as 10 bc accostlmccl 10
?W The following of
"j ith Hints ? these rules will
ill hi April. ) secure to each in-
ty, J&- dividual a reason-
Ifj rt rjarantee against colds, coughs,
'I -Irk. aprlnP fever, and so forth In
m Tot f'ush' sloet' rain or sudden
M. rt5 of temperature.
M towever, you are already the vlc
' t' a cough, loose or tight, catarrh,
1 'or chronic, the remedy that rc
1 Si readily, cures quhfkly and rc
f Jts permanently is Pcruna.
a i ffw doses of Peruna at tho begin
hhe ot a cold V,'IH cJ'S0 tnc entire
ktvr of events. It operates directly
U the mucous membranes, so that
"shatter where tho cold may have sct
Vu Jt js bound to be reached by this
'"WJnS remedy. Pemna absolutely
iWtjts catarrh from fastening itself
$)ffinr part of the organism.
Efr'lly LyaMn. Hcrriger, Grand Recorder
i Ijuxerican Daughters of Indopcn
k J' 1711103 irom Jeenau 'Wis., as
"itava used Poruna now for four
tma! fnch spring and fall, and it keeps
IflUHrfcctly woil and strong. I am
E, to continue working, and do no'
"Jjlj'tj io tako a throo months' rest, a"
Tmi$ to d0 cVcrT YoaT- This ls a &rea
llK-riort to me, ns I was not able to af
rich a long rest. I find that it ia
rrentive for colds and coughs and
rids the system of all disease and
i admirable medicine." Lydla Her-
I?. Frances Wilson, 32 Nelson street,
"on, Slaps., writes:
id you seen me at the timo of my
u efld now, you would not wonder
I take delight In sounding the
i ot Poruna. My aliment was a
e cold which attacked the bron
uibes and after using six bottles
puna I was on my feet again. I
iPeruna Is a wonderful medicine."
u Edna. Wilson, 1-145 Tomple street,
Angeles, Cal Worthy Vice Tem
1. 0. G. T.. writes:
Tjrona cured me of catarrh of the
fl bcchlal lubes which had been most
1 Saving for many months. I had a
J itnre rain In the chest, with a cough
iciir. asthmatic condition. I had tried
'iaisr things to rid my system of this
V Wore I heard of Peruna, It was only
5 uiorl time before I began to feel bene.
J Oil resultP, and In less than a month
2 Jfjis well. Tour medicine Is very met
Serious and deserves praise."
' If you do not dorivo prompt ?
1 satisfactory results from the S
EE4-of Peruna, vTite at once to ?
, Dr. Hartman, giving full state- S
' i ment of your case, and ho will
l(vbs pleased to give you his val- s
livable advice gratis. )
'15 Address Dr. Hartman, Presl-
J7' dent of The Hartman Sanitar- j
" torn, Columbus, Ohio.
.St Harfc'E cathodral. Very Rev. James
K Ele, B. D.t Dear.-Whitsunday, 2Jay
h CM. Holy communion, 7:30 a. m. ; Sun-V-school,
9-(o a, rn : holy commimlon
lnuon, "Redeemed Humanity as tho
taple of God," li a. m.; evening prayer
!drc8, 8 p. m. Tho public ls cor
MhPh invited to attend the services.
Ptter'3 chapoI-Sunday-school, 3
RS. Paul's churcli. Main and Fourth
KSo"tB tne Rov- Charles E. Por
Kir' D- rector. Sen-lcea S3 a. m.;
KLJunlon, 9M5 a. m.; Sunday
" a. m. Service with sormon by
KS?.COn Matthows, r. A of Oxford
Km . i 8n m E'cning prayer, ec-r-m.'
cadcacon Matthews. Tho pub
It, . ,?.rdJ1ly invited. - All seats free.
it., , chaPcl, Perklna addition Sun-KJ'-.Vl001
at 2 45 p. m.; evening prayer
carej at 4 p. m.
Wah Jl'iEt Episcopal church. Third
K MtWMn State and Main. Bcnja
'? 'Ounir, pastor Sunday-school, 0:45 a.
HrVw1" scr'lces, 11 o, m. and S p. -M
J?,ortl1 loaguo. 7 p. m. Rev. John
Ka?. ' fi'stant pastor First Prcsby-
( la th D.u5ll v,'m Preach in the morning
&mJubjci! "Loneliness." The even
rWip M.7V,U devoted to a thank of-
on-ldrrSn, wUl a nolo in tho
JS?' ttd iIls3 L11Ilan Tumor in tho
bill. crdlal invitation is extended '
M- - church, servlces
.J'rttiJn'S?1?01 t 10 a. m. A. Tracy, su-
L w?u; preahlng ut 11 n, m. Sub
Mftrrlngp," ClasH meeting at 12
,C-o v',05 ,ea0eat 3:M p. m. Mrs.
kTiiVr-61?1' superlntondent. A cordial
rkJWT, ls CJCtended to all. Ioula It.
tnf l Pastor. .r,
n,ch,urch' Ninth Enst and First
v "elmlck, j)ast.or Preaching
ft.L v?r. nt' nl n o'clock by the Rev.
MS n , V?"' U' n- of Springllcld. Mass.
.U Hev. R. Brown. D. D..
'UkL,- Y- win preach. Special
"olbtr? IV,,."fr and evening. Miss J-iinma
isdav ell111 ,alDP a sol hi the evening.
If1-001 l 10 a. m., and Enworth
tt ii i v, ' !' ra- The .Ladles' Aid will
J-dav l"l.c"urch Tuesday at 10 n. m. for
'Ur.'iP riKt Grayer-meeting AVedncsday
fch .7 ,crdlal invitation to our
ata trtv 3 Strangcro welcome.
4ft'tanI.i'fiM, E- chorch-Prcaching at 11
'Start I wU'" m;-by ,lh0 Pastor, the Rov.
ot Sm0,- Renins topic. "Tho Truo
Bnlth 'L5!'01!- At tl,ls service Mlsa
craith, singing evangelist, will sing
tThin'S11 Boclety-Scrvlccs at
to. p ? South Second East, at U
of t'ey F'sh. Jr., pastor. Sub
iis by ir,?,n- Slens of the Times." Mu
1 Jl Em,.y , "artette. Sunday-school
leciu at 12:15- snday ovon-
t'S on JlI' J0hn P- Meak,
T3?' drei?. ,JIi.ulh,ood VB- Tcmporance."
IP. ro? " Wedcsdny afternoon
!u?q iL8.t,n5 church, corner Third
?JH"Cmnrt c1 Souln atota-lrcachlnc
Blbli J ?J p; m- b' Dr. T. W. Plnk
. ..vor ati?01 atl2;30 p. ra. Christian
11 ln L mp m- Junior Endeuvor
C4nPi i P THE TESTIMONIALS GIVEN
wify w mttai here are only ,a few of
iClP' Sr ( THOUSANDS OF TESTI-
-v Mlir'tfSvti MONIALS FROM THAUK-
ri fWtfw ( & v) PPL W0MEN'
- J J? Qvlxo a Gold Before It Dovolops Into
V "" Catarrh.
- ' At tho Beginning of a Cold Is the
. Time to Take Pe-ru-na.
Mrs. C. Morrison, 3030 S. New Jersey St.. Indianapolis, Ind., writes:
"Some months ago I contracted a seyero cold returning from
the theater. This cold settled in jay head and developed into ca- '
taiTh of the head and nose, and I know of nothing moro obnoxious.
Every morning -when I arose iny head was all stopped up, throat'
dry and parched, and I -would have to spray for half an hour he
fore I could clear the? head. I noticed, that Poruna was advertised
ns a certain euro for catarrh, so I tried, -what it would do for me,
and found after four weeks' use that it had cleared my head and
throat, leaving no trace of catarrh I therefore wish to add my
testimony to tho many you have as to the efficacy of Peruna."
Mrs. O. Morrison.
Spring is tho beat time to treat catarrh. Nature renews herself every spring.
The system is rejuvenated by spring weather. This renders medicines more
effective. A Bhort course of Peruna, assisted by the balmy, air of spring, will
cure old, stubborn cases of catarrh that havo resisted treatment for years.
Everybody should have a copy of Dr. Hartman's latest book on catarrh.
With healthy mucus membranes climatic diseases Ioso their terror, the sys
tem is enabled to throw off contagion and health inevitably follows.
Wednesday at S p. m, A cordial Invita
tion Is extended to all to attend tbcbo bct
'First Church of Christ. Scientist. 72j
Kast Third South Sunday-school at 9:45
a. nu; church service at 11 a. )n. Subject,
"Ancient and Modern XccromancVj or
Mesmerism nnd Hypnotism." Each
Wednesday evening at S o'clock a meotlng
Is held to listen to the testimonials of
healing of both sin and sickneea. All arc
welcomo to these services. Frco reading
room open dally from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m..
In rooms 01-003 Scott-Strevcll building, ICS
Main street. Take elevator.
German Evangelical German Evangeli
cal services at the East Side Baptist
church, corner Third South and Seventh
East. Pentecost service 3 p. m.; Sunday
school, 2 p. m. All our German friends,
Etrangera and children' are cordially In
vited. The Rev. G. A. dimmer, pastor.
Residence, S28 East Second South otreoU
Swcdlfih Lutheran church In tho morn
ing at 10 o'clock a class of young pcople
will bo confirmed. At 11 o'clock usual
morning services. Jn tho evening at S,
holy communion will bc celebrated. Also
reception of new members. Emanuel
Our Savior's Evangelical Lutheran
church. Fourth East between Fourth and
Fifth South. Sunday scrvjeos at 10:30 a.
m. in English and 1 p. m. in Norwegian.
Choir practice Friday evening at 8:30. lou
aro cordially Invited to attend. A. G. II.
Engliah Lutheran Church of tho Holy
Trlnliv, S33 South Fourth East street
No services today; Sunday-school, 10
o'clock; proachlnp next Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock by Rev. A. A. Hanson.
Phillips Congregational church. Fifth
South and Seventh East,' Rev. P. A.
Slmpkin, pastor.-ServIces this day at 11
and 7:45; Sunday-school. 12:1G; C. L.. b:C0,
, Cordial, welcome to all worshipers at
First Congregational Public services at
11 o'clock; sermon this morning by tho
nastor. Rev. Elmer I. Goshen; Sunday
school at 12:30; young people's meeting at
C:15 Public cordially invited" to all ser
East Side Baptist church, cornor Third
South and Seventh East, F. Bamott, pas
torRegular services at 11 a. m. and at 8
p ni Sundav-school at 12:15 p. m. Young
PeopIo'H meeting at 7 p. m. Mid-week ,
prayer-meeting on Wednesday evening at
Flrt Baptist church, corner Second
South and Second West, Rov. D. A.
Brown. pnHtor.-Praichlng at U a. m. and
s p. m.; Sunday-school. 12:15: B. V. P.
7 n m.. subsject. "False and Truo Ambition-'."
leader, Mrs. C H. Harlan; praycr-
Found a Cure for Indigestion.
I use Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets for indigestion and find
that they suit my case better than any
dyspepsia remedy I have ever tried
and I havo used many different reme
dies. I am nearly flfty-ono years or
age and have suffered a great deal from
Indigestion. I can cat almost anything
I want to now. George W. Emory,
Rock Mills, AJx, For sale by, all ic-vd-lOE
meeting, Wednesday evening at S o'clock.
A welcomo to all.
Rio Grando mission chapel. Second
South botween Ninth and Tenth West-Sunday-school,
10 a. m., George Paul, su
perintendent Burlington mission chapel, corner In
diana avenue and Navajo Htrect Sunday
school, 3:30 p. m., G. J. Badcrtsbber, su
perintendent, Frlday ovcnlng service, S
Society for Ideal Culture.
At Unity hall, 140 Soutli Second East
street, Sunday afternoon at 3:30, lecturo
on "Know Thyself." by Dr. A. Brodbeck,"
besides rcndlngs and music. All filonda
of Ideal culturo cordially Invited. .
First Presbyterian church, corner Sec
ond East and Second South streets, W.
M.j Padcn, D. D., pastor; John C. Lincoln,
usilstant Morning service, 11 o'clock, an
address by Rov. C. C. Mclntyro of Prlnco
ton. N. J., on "Tho Future of China;"
Sunday-school, 12:30 p. m. ; Junior Chris
tian Endeavor society, 4; Senior society,
C:30; evening service. 7:15. Tho pastor will
preach upon tho topic, "Keeping Awake."
Children's day Bervico and baptism of
children next Sunday.
WeKtraliiBtor Presbyterian. Fourth
West between First and Second South.
Preaching at 11 a. m. by tho pastor. Rev.
John Richelscn; subject, "Poter at tho
Fire," a sermon in Illustration; evening
Bervico at 7.C0 o'clock.
lay- Unite Wl
Southern. Presbyterians Rsply to
Overtures Made by Presbyterian
MOBILE. Ala., May 21. At today's
pension of the general confer
ence of the Presbyterian church
of the United States the over
tures which have been received from
the Presbyterian church in the Jlnlted
States, in session at Buffalo, were read.
The following reply adopted after some
debate was sant:
"The general assembly of the Presby-.
torlan church of the United States
learns with Joy of the action of your
aembly in the removal of all asper
slono on the Christian character of tho
members of the Presbyterian church of
the United States, and declares its pur
pose to follow the leading of Providence
In the matter of closer relations, over
tures touching upon whioh are now be- I
fore us for consideration."
FIRST IDAHO EXCURSION
Via Oregon Short Lino,
Saturday, June 11. One faro for round
trip to principal northern Utah and
Idaho points. Soo agents for full par
ticulars regarding limits, etc City
LjJoket offlco-2ul ilain, jtEjQei.floj.ljiJce, J
Miss Rush Suffered With Syslomio CntaiTh Wns Nervous, Had
No Appetite, Grew Thin and Emaciatod. She Now Looks Like a. New
Woman After a Courso of Po-ru-na.
Miss Bertha M. Rush, 5135 Klncarde
Btrcet, Pittsburg, Pa., Superintendent
Junior Society of Methodist Protestant
church, and leading soprano of the
choir, writes: "Words cannot describe
my thankfulness to you for Peruna. I
was a sufferer from systemic catarrh
for yearn and was in a very much run
down condition. I was extremely ner
vous and had tho most foolish fears
over nothing. I was thin and emaciat
NO ACTION IN
Board of Pardons Defers Action to 1
Enable Convict's Attorney to
Prepare Case, y
CHARLES BOTHA'S petition for
commutation of sentence was !
not acted upon' by the Board of j
Pardons yesterday. M. M.
Warner of Provo, who represents the j
petitioner, said that he did not have
the affidavits In behalf of his client pre
pared, and asked that a later date be
fixed for the hearing.
A special session of the Board of Par
dons will be held on June -i, six days
before the date of execution, to con
sider the application. Jacob Johnson,
the trial Judge, and W. D. Livingston,
the District Attorney, have Med" pro
testa against commutation.
Botha is under sentence of death for
the murder of William Tlbbetta in
Grand county. He shot and killed his
wife at the same time.
Pardons were granted yesterday to
Ferd Engelke, Robert Price and Charles
Layfield, all convicted of burglary, and
Arnold Young. Btatutory rape.
The petitions of Albert Zwcifcl,
housebreaking, and C. D. Henry, em
bezzlement for pardons, were denied.
Tho board refused to commute the sen
tence of Jack Wilkinson and Barney
Boyle, tho former convicted of forgery'
and the latter of robbery.
Attorney Sam King made a plea for
the pardon of Harry Poole, sentenced to
eight years for attempting to hold up
the family of Dr. Hlggins two years
ago, alleging Insufficiency of evidence,
but the plea was denied.
Joseph Bridge convicted of felony,
was paroled, but a parole wfus denied
F. C. Herron, convicted on a similar
Fred George, convicted of murder,
will be granted a rehearing on his last
petition for pardon, which was denied.
The petition of Harry Duke, the Wells
Fargo bank embezzler, for pardon, was
passed until the next regular meeting,
together with the applications of Fred
Crlaeman, larceny; W. A. Burton, Jr.,
burglary; Joseph DaviB, burglary: Ed
P. Johnfon, forgery.
IN LAND CASE
A decision was handed down yester
day by the general land ollko at Wash
ington reversing the findings of the lo
cal land office in the case of tho United
States vs. the State of Utah, Involving
Jhc.UUa ta ayer. EWO ceres p land ad.
"My physician advised me to leave
this climate but an it was not conven
ient to do so at this time. I look tho
advice of a friend to use a bottle of Pe
runa. 1 took It faithfully and when th
first bottle was gone 1 felt so much
better that I bought more and took
them faithfully, after which I looked
like a new woman.
"I gained in flesh, my nppetlto re
turned and all my olid symptoms had
disappeared. I am more than thankful
to Peruna." Miss Bertha M. Rush.
Jacent to Huntington canyon, near
It appears the State of Utah selected
this land under Its grant for the benefit
of the State Agricultural college. In
August, 1002. Subsequently the Govern- (
ment was led to bcllevo that the land
had been selected at the Instance and
for the benefit of a resident coal com
pany. Special Agent II. V. A. Fergu
son was sent here to make an investi
gation, which resulted in his report to
tho effect that the lands contained vast
quantities of valuable coal, and that
the selection by the State had been
made for the purpose of obtaining these
I valuable coal deposits. Upon tho spe
I cial agent's report the Government or
dered a hearing, which was had last
September, resulting in a decision in
favor of the United States and against
the State of Utah, and directing a can
cellation of the State selection. The
case was then carried by appeal to the
general land office, by the attorneys for
the State, HIgglns & Senior, with tho
result that tho decision of the register
and receiver ls reversed and affirming
the contention of the State that such
lands were properly selected under Its
MUST PAY FOR LOSS
Tho failure of the Western Union
Telegraph company to dellwr certain
telegrams to R. S. Brooks & Son will
cost tho company $5G2. The Supreme
court yesterday handed cTowd an
opinion affirming the decision of tho
lower court in favor of tho plaintiffs.
The plaintiffs had a herd of horses at
Green River, Wyo., which were to havo
been sold to an Ogden man for ?11 per
head. Falling to hear from tho Ogden
party one of the plaintiffs sold the
horses for $0 per head. The necessary
telegrams were sent, but not delivered.
The court holds that the plaintiffs uro
entitled to the differeneo between the
selling price and the price that would
have been secured had the messages
reached thelr'deatlnation. This was the
second appeal, the first having resulted
in a new trial.
The hearing on the motion to refer
the case of Salt Lake City vs. the Salt
Lake Water and Electrical company,
waa continued . .by consent in Judge
Morse's court until June 4 at 10 a. m.
Thomas Brown was sentenced' yester
day by Judge Morso to five years in the
penitentiary at hard labor for burglary.
He was convicted of entering C. C.
Crapo's store at Sandy, though he failed
to get any goody.
San Francisco Veterinary College.
Next Besslon begins June 6th. Cata
logues free. Address Dr. E. J. Greedy,
Pi Prominent Wisconsin dab Woman Gives ; I 'JH
Grateful Thanlts to Peruna. 1 '.' H
ANNOYING SYMPTOMS. I r j !H
"PERUNA CURED ME AFTER USING ONLY SEVEN BOTTLES " S ;K t iHil
MRS. M. S. ROGERS. I ff' 'H
'js i ) ilH
Peruna Is Known'in All Parts of the Civilized World. Nowhere in tho D HH
United States Is There to Be Found a Household That Has Not B "J ' ' llH
Heard of Peruna, and Very Few, Indeed, Have Not at Some Timo or B 1 T j ilH
Other Used It Peruna Is Now Acknowledged to So a Shield i B "b
Against the Encroachments of Catarrh and a Remedy for All Forms' 8 I'!;
"I Feel Like a Different Woman S j; liljl
Now and Am Never Troubled - yi&& Hl'T ' fH
With Any Catarrhal Afl fWL I '
dJnt'of 1 Ne'enahrtMothers, club, n) plf - ' ' '
"Foycars T was troubled with V MSmM JWiS fflWS S ft' ' ' ! H
catarrh of the head and did not tfJffi kMM& H J RKft $ t it'- : ' 1
" know what was the matter with UMMI Sffl H if V ' " H
me. I was rarely without a heaa- Mffl'Mffl jM" IH
ache over my oyes. and when I ifMMwMW WMvfflkJ ttv ? ' ('
tookcold my fheadgjJ mSXWM s ! 'I
"A friend sug-gestcd that I j H-v-j- 'j : ' j '
try Pcruna, and as I had heard B vj;, I
of it before, I gladly did so. My n ;:; i , IH
experience was tho same as many others who have used it. It pj (
cured me after using only seven bottlos. I f I J IH
"I feel like a dLfferejat woman now, and aja. never troubled TH ). ,
with headaches, nor offensive breath, nor any of the evils resulting .jv.
from catarrh." Mrs. M. S. Rog-ors. ijjl, IH
, ;, j YM
HORSES SHAPING UP
FOR DECORATION DAY
Tho horses axe all shaping up for
Decoration day races and It looks like
a certainty that Calder's park will put
up the highest class races ever wit
nessed In Utah.
In tho mixed race of named horses,
composed of June Wllklns, Alfonso,
Crabapple, Angle Duryea and Vesta C,
all are working into the best form of
, their lives.
Vesta C, two years ago this Decora
tion, was raced by ex-Mayor Thomp
son and beat tho free-for-all horses in
three, straight heats; the last heat Ed
wards sent her for an exhibition half
In 1:05. On that day she stepped her
best mile in 2:16but to keep her In tho
2:18 class tho judges gave her a mark
of 2:17Vi- Vesta never looked more like
ly than now and If she does not retain
her reputation as a winner her many
admirers will bo greatly disappointed.
Edwards sent Dr. Frasse (Joe Rlch
ards's trotter) a mile in 2:22 and did not
Juno Wilkes can stop to her record
(2:2li4) right now and by raco day will
make a creditable showing.
Tho lake has filled with water, thus
enabling the management to get water
into tho track, which pleases the horse
men, but for some causo on Friday
evening .watering was skipped and on
Saturday the track was not so good.
Manager Russell Is sparing neither
pains nor money In making this season
tho best for horse racing and he de
serves the support of both horsemen
and the public-
Women Accused of Shortsightedness.
Editor Tribune i I have often won
dered why women I mean most wo
menwhen they enter a street car do
not look forward to ascertain whether
there ls a vacant seat before they look
at tho nearest man with a look which
buvs, "Well, here I am standing, why
don't you got up and give me your
I am a worklngman. From the mo
ment I get to my place of work I om
upon my feet until I Btart homeward.
And of courso I am weary at my un
derpinning. My feet and legs are tired.
I cannot resist this look of the weary
woman who has walked down street
shopping. I always glvo up my seat
and sometimes I am thanked, but In
frequently. Last night I sat down in the first
seat In the Btrcet car that I saw. First
street crossing I gavo up my place and
moved forward. At the next stop of
tho car I moved forward ngaln. Then
again I moved. Each time there were
plenty of seats at the farther end of
When I cot to my street and stepped
out I found tho moves and tension upon
znyr,nc5:Y,ea had worricd-aiid, wearied xncj
more than had I stood up on the plat- jjr, ; jl
form. Inquiry reveals the fact that ' ia'v: 1 I ' ,H
many men stand out on tho platform H ? ll
rather than move so many times. ar'fa 1 1'' H
Ladles, won't you ploaso, for a work- Rn'T ' i il
ingman, look ahead when you enter aj W'l I Wnl
car, and if you find, after walking for. wi' ' ml
ward, that there are no vacant seats fiU '''lll
then center your look upon , iLmH
A WORKIGMANT Ef ; , I W hH
The Japanese-American Commercial ST 1 I n
Weekly la tho name of a newspaper pub- ?:. I ilH
llshed weokly in Japanese- at tho World' JoTF , ilHH
fair. Hajlma Hoshl ls the editor. Nino, ML , ; i IH
Japanese reporters and native typesetters tlR't) i '
got out tho weekly. Tho papor was for- f ' I
merly published in New York city, but f i M JH
was transferred to tho World's fair Xr I J i . f , IH
the joint purposo of making an oxb.lbrt.oc- ( IH
a Japanese newspaper plant In the Pal- I H
aco of Liberal Arts and of reporting tho J; j, lH
, , & !,'
Are the dread of those whoso lungs arat P i, jH
"weak." Some fortunate psoplfc can lijq ,
follow the summer as it goes southward,! l-'' '
and escape the cold blasts of winter and! U v
the chill airs of spring. But far tho V' , I
-majority of people this is impossiblej. H . 'nH
Family cares and) Em 1
"pfi tiona hold thena' y ,
nrc made strvitgi &n Kj
VSkJ by the use of Dr. ffik -T1 t ll
Pierce's Golden.1 ttp:y'' I !
JSflfym Medical Diocov- ffls
JgRMMav ery. It cures tho Bl H 'i 'H
ASnu obstinate cough; KljL i 4H
Mifffi, heals the in- : jfifH'
mlAMHWS. flamed tissue sj m -t
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