jj Tee Bauj IiAins trebukess tedat Mokstestg-, Jthstg 24, 1904. H I
-.Mi . . i iH
' f WickedAfter Death
l,d lower Naturo Need
' r Hot Ft" ru'orc'
' , -rpmA Jun 23 The
? oxrlans the "Life
, !f,tutiiy a subject of para-.
SeSt to everybody, because
' to , u- certain fact In the fu-
' ipKdle. Yet there is per
l ,7SbJcct about which there
'wfihSh uncertainty in the
$ r subject upon which
Sstona- lavs down his? physical
1 hl ls not therefore bodi-
IftSe of '?r matter, apolcen of
J WiJfhft'vehlclc of desires and
J i''rnluvw "and the length of
2 aK this' stage depends up-
1!:55 we gross and physical.
Inhe arunteird or sensualist,
St has lost the physical body
M,h nione they cou d be satis
?ntfoued desire will be a tor
S unSi" Process of time It
mi ill this side ot his lower na
only desires- left within
,A?h and pure and good, then
Miction will bring him peace
Vlness Instead of suffering, and
; pass on from this astral
ttn la no mere dream, but a
Su reality, yet it dlllers much
f pular conception of it. For
fSifttre also each man has made It
,S3?and therefore it is perfectly
"3 fills' entirely selfish, for It
J Ks the fact that the dead has
j S Into a higher and more beautiful
3 ,nd very often our uncontrolled
1 : iv. positive harm to those whom
k W"causlns in them the same dc-
,'1 iron which we feel ourselves.
' ;-t that Ihe thcosophlcal teaching
t us to forget our dead. Far
'll We cannot remember them too
; j i. tor too strongly, but it must not
4: '5lthlllsh greed and despair, but
" bring and helpful thought, which
' 1 lirfstthem in their upward way.
For Over Fifty Years.
d di and well-tried remedy. Mrs.
kjjoT'3 Soothing Syrup haa been
i for over fifty years by1 millions of
' uteri for their children while teeth
4 Kith perfect success. It soothes
' 4 t, aires wind colic and is the bent
' f EtJy for diarrhoea. Sold by drujj-.1-
iti la every part of the world. Be
v I x eA ak for Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
'i ! EXCURSION NORTH
I Saturday, July 2,
'rfl ie Oregon Short Line. Half rate3 to
fcrfral Utah and Idaho points.
(id Iriodle That
4 Is a Wonder
?j wlhat Is Almost Prolific Enough'
j a i to Establish Full-Fledged
'tda LANDERS, L. I.. June 2?,. Henry
i '! I IT, Brown of this place has a cow
m that Is almost proline enough In
milk to establish a, full-Hedged
R route all by herself. She gave
- m4 fttv-four Quarts of milk at one milk-
l ?. This is the most aytonlshing feat
t tccorapllahed by a Suffolk county
mT v' 50 far as can be learned.
mM 64 cw Is about 8 years old. She- is
A particular breed Just a cow,
, ' 1 all Previous to this remarkable
m Bfi rte had been doing nothing
j tisfol In mllk-givlng; In fact, her
fWrd last summer was eighteen
M arts at two mllkln gs.
ipf TD i,r Br0ft'n we"t out to milk
4 f be thought the cow looked ut him
?TW a rather peculiar expresrslop., al
ctreii Wat if ?i,e Mould say. "I'm going to
yJ iMmething wonderful for you this
EiIII1Ir. Brown carried a regular
. il P311- ad. seating himself, pro-
VVmi ""evo the cow of her milk.
tai,ir,t much surprlJ?l 1 in filling
JJKHU the ilrsi ilme, but when he got
LwTT enot,ce'1 lhat there appeared to
Ti3tV n ot u Iefl 1111,1 nflor emptying
-i'5B a,ht, parted In again. During the
1 111,8 the cow kept turning
?Kf ?ff looking at nlm with what
Ir declarer was a rather amused
"on on her face.
(,lhc,Econd Pa was nearly filled
&S K,,rcd. t0 hI,naelf. "Great Scott!
Zi you re a regular fountain."
Cn?Ptylng the second pailful and
1 t"ac,k toward the- cow he swears
f srT?i falrly lft"Shed n. him. When
3 d pal1 for the second time he
"31 try. Jlls. famly of the wonderful
il LS: , d out in the barnyard, and
li Srfr. thnt he thought they had
ti 5iWlnS.ul th( wat?htub for him ll
'll Siui The ,th,nl l,uU was not filled
m Si.ly fuI1' though, before the
H, TO was exhausted. Both Mr. Brown
1 l-tLTl ,,eavw slfb of relief when
c.rIul ,nllkInf' ordeal was com
iLni1 ? at tho Bame time both looked
flf3'VtV2 man pcau3e he ownel such
WZt tn cow because she had
tovell for her master.
nilt'lpaile0 Again Very Active.
Ihfc mi? 1 offllal dlsputches do not
4iavAfl?Fy a'l,latJon further than
iy lnrti.H10 As3c aied Press have
SyiridJcatcd, save thut it shows tho
Mhcng actlVG 1'-orth or Fcn
Sued by His Doctor.
lX& t h6re baS 8Wed me for 512.60,
Ll!. Lclallned excessive for n
Scracorbu3. Bays R. White
Ski S raedleal skill and medicine!
bfll : fj , ,f U Was noL Chamberlain's
m'Tlt T Dlai-rhoett Remedy
ePIai .S I d B00d reaBOn t0 believe
.and he would not say under outh
SUlL w n0t" No doclor could use
rfPS! mly thQn ths m a case of
FCUD6ffteleS;cr fQlls' SoId
With Silver, Bolt
Joins Erokea Bone
Baltimore Suxgeon Improves Upon
tho Old Methods of Treating
BALTIMORE, Md., June 23. Dr.
Stephen II. Watts, assistant resi
dent surgeon at the Johns Hopkins
hospital, has devised a method of
joining broken bones that Is attracting
wide interest among surgeons. His de
vice consists of a silver bolt and nut
and is simplicity itself. The fractured
bone Is exposed by a simple operation
and the broken bones are mortised just
as a carpenter mortises the ends of two
pieces of wood he desires to join. Then
a small hole Is drilled through the Joint
thus made and a silver bolt Is Inserted.
When the nut Is screwed down the Joint
is Immovable and the natural knitting
of the bone may proceed without the
interruption usually caused by change
in position and lnck of ragldlty.
Dr. Watts tested this method for the
first time a year ago and has since then
used it with success. His first patient
was a man who had suffered bad frac
tures of both legs In an accident in a
atone quarry. It was found necessary
to amputate the right leg to save the
patient's life, but the left seemed to
offer hope of success. At the end of
two months the ordinary treatment,
with the use of a plaster cast to hold
tho limb rigid, failed to result in the
knitting of the bone.
Then the possibility that a silver bolt
might hold the broken ends together oc
curred to Dr. Watts, and he resolved to
attempt the experiment, A bolt 1
Inches long and S-32 of an inch in diam
eter was use. After it was in place and
the wound.had been sewer up. the usu-'i
plaster casts were again applied. In
a few months the patient was dis
charged as cured.
Ordinarily surgeons wrap the silver
wire around the break to hold the frac
tured bone rigid, but this method has
many disadvantages. Dr. Watts's plan
Is more cerfain and there is no danger
of the fastening breaking, as Is the case
when wire Is used. The bolt In the
bone seems to cause no permanent ill
effect, or. at least, no more than Is felt
by the presence of the silver plate in a
trepanned skull. Buried silver sutures,
even In Infected wounds, rarely cause
The chief objection to Dr. Watts's
method Is the fact that cutting tho mor
tise in the ends of the broken bono con
siderably shortens it. But in many
fractures the break is on on angle, and
in such cases natural mortises are of
fered. The presence of the boult in the
bone also weakens It, but this weaken
ing is overcome by a compensatory en
largement of tho bone.
Has Strong Crip
Frenchman Declares That American
Young- "Woman Almost Crushed
PARIS, June 2C Jules Hurot has
broken loose in the Figaro with
his Impression of things and peo
ple In America.
"I breakfasted once with Miss Alice
Roosevelt," says he, "and what im
pressed me most about her was the fact
that when she shakes hands your hand
is nearly crushed. She seized my band
with the grip of a vise and It was so
vigorous that it was positively painful.
"But as an instance, to show that
there arc young women in America of
a more delicately feminine turn of
mind, I want to cite the case or a
young dancer of the professional class
at a certain New York theater. The
curtain of this young woman's bed Is
composed of hundreds of champagne
corks on strings, each bearing the date
of a supper with some congenial soul.
I saw other strange things while I was
In America, and not the least strange
were the strong boxes of J. Plerpont
Morgan and the Gould family. They
are as large as students' bedrooms.
"While T was in New York I break
fasted with Mrs. Clarence Mackey. who
Is worth something like $100,000,000, I
am Informed. She read to me a drama
she had just finished writing."
O SJ 1? C3 3t2. X .
Boora tha Kind You H.ivb Always Bough)
Squirted Fluid on
Senators From New York and "Wis
consin Given Doso of Pungent
CHICAGO. Juno 2. A chemical fire ox
tlngulahor in the hands of an excited
porter proved unruly last night In
tho lobby of tho Auditorium hotel,
and Senators Dcpow and Spooncr wcro
drenched In consequence. The porter was
trying to extinguish a small blaze started
In the shaft of the hotel elevator by tho
terminal of a cigar rejected by an Indiana
The lobby wnp crowded with delegates
to tho National convention when the
alarm of fin? was started, and tho crowd
rushed toward tho scene of action with
an eagerness at vnrlanco with the dignity
of cuch a gathering. Senators Depew and
Spooncr chanced to bo In the lead.
Swish! Tho porter turned the stopcock
of the extinguished and a strong stream of
dnrk colored and pungent lluld struck the
Senator from New ork amidships, and
then caromed to the person of hlu col
league from Wisconsin.
Following his Invariable, ironclad, time
honored, and probably never-to-b.-broken
habit of declining to be interviewed on
nny subject. Senator Spooncr refused to
discuss tho Incident.
Breaking hl Invariable. Ironclad, llme
honorcd, and what until that moment was
regarded as his probably-ncver-to-be-broken
habit of ulwaj-H submitting to on
Interview, Sonutor Dcpow declined to talk.
a New Crop of Hair
Famous Financier Looks Ton Years
Younger, and Still Carries
His Smilo. )
CLEVELAND, O.. Juno 23. "I am.
very glad to be here again," raid
John D. Rockefeller to the
children of the Euclid avenue
Eaptlst Sunday-school this- morning.
This was the Standard Oil king's first
appearance in Cleveland for several
months, and all who saw him were
amazed by the great change In him.
Not only has his face lost its wormer
pallor, but hair Ie growing all over hi9
head and the famous financier looks ten
Rockefeller told the Sunday-school
pupils he felt better than In ten years,
and ho yurely looked 1L As usual, he
was faultlessly attired, wore a white
rose in the lapel of his coat and had a
smile for everybody. He went from
class to class to shake hands with the
boys and girls, for he Is superintendent
of the school, In addition to being a
member of the congregation.
GARFIELD BEACH, THE OLD
The Masonic fraternity will be there
next Friday. SPECIAL TRAINS leave
O. S. L. depot at 2:00 p. m. and 7:00 p.
m., via Salt Lake Route. Fare only CO
CENTS ROUND TRIP. Dancing and
bathing. Music by Held. Light refresh
ments served at beach.
Big Packing Plant.
DENVER, June 23. Portland, Or., is
to have a half million dollar packing
plant In connection with the campaign
of the Independent Packing company
against the Beef trust. This definite an
nouncement was made in Denver today
by the officers of the National Live
stock association, who will journey to
Portland for the meeting July 0, when
the preliminary arrangements will be
Soms elegant new decorations just
received. We arc up to date with our
orders. Our workmen are always the
best, including paint and painters.
W. A. DUVALL.
'Phone 114P-K. 124 W. Second South.
OH, FOR WASATCH!
The Murray Livery will take you .to
Wasatch at any time. Get off at the end
of car line. Will run a dally stage after
July 1. 'Phone us, 51-K.
ST. LOUIS, Juno 23. The teachers have
begun to ga'.chr for tho great convention
of the National Educational association.
A special train of seven cars, loaded with
California teachers, two hundred teachers
from Iowa and forty from the Stato of
Washington have arrived.
NEW YORK, June 23. Bishop McLaren
of the Protestant Episcopal dloccso of
Chicago Is critically ill at his summer
homo in Point Pleasant, N. J., from heart
disease. Ho has suffered ono serious at
tack, and the physicians fear a recurrence
will provo fatal.
NEW YORK, Juno 23. Gossip among
y.ac.ithmon here is to the effect that two
challenges may bo expected In tho near
future irom England, and that there will
be a race for tho America's cup next
year If tho New York Yacht club will ac
cent tho challenge.
VANCOUVER BARRACKS. Wash.,
June 23. Preparations have been com
pleted for tho national encampment at
American Lake, Wash., which Is to ex
tend from July T to July 21. Tho ma
neuvers will bo under tho supervision of
Brlg.-Gc.- Frederick Funston, U. S. A.
PORTLAND, Or.. June 23. Owing to
over-production. It is asserted the logging
camps In Oregon will closo down during
tho montn of July and until some time In
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 23. The Aus
trian cruiser Kalsenn Elizabeth, which
was expected to arrive In this port from
Asiatic waters nearly a month ago, has
not put In an appearance. The delay Is
SAN FRANCISCO. June 23. Informa
tion received from llio north Indicates a
small salmon supply this season. Tho
season .'s so backwnrd that Ice packs have
Interfered seriously with the operations of
HONOLULU. Juno 23. The U. S. reve
nue cutter Thctlu has returned hero from
a trip to tho island of Llslansky. about
1300 miles to the northwest of Hawaii,
where sh3 went In search of Japanese
HONOLULU. Juno 20. Tho Supreme
court has considered further tho sen
tences of disbarment from practlco
passsd upon Attorney G. A. Davlu, A. S.
Humphreys and F. E Thompson, and
has restored them to practlco.
BOSTON. Juno 23. The visiting Philip
pine eommiwdCners were today 'tendered
a reception by tho Boston chamber of
commerce, and later were given a lunch
eon on board tho United Slates revenue
cutter Algonquin, by Mayor Collins.
NEW YORK, Juno 23. Tho telephones
of eleven firms, members of the New
York stock exchange, wcro ordered out
of the exchange todny by the exchange
authorities for alk-ged connection with
members of tho Consolidated stock ex
change. No public explanation was
WASHINGTON. Juno 23. Today's state
ment of tho treasury balances In tho gen
eral fuud, exclusive of the $150,000,000 gold
reserve In the division of redemption.
shows: Available cash balanco, J1C:5,C33,
517; gold, 5CI.-H0.143.
CHICAGO, June 23.-Tho lockout of un
ion wood workers, which began yesterday,
spread today to nlno additional establish
ments. The furnlturo manufacturing
Industry In Chicago is now nt a stand
still. ST, LOUIS, Juno 23. Nelson P. Eenson.
a hardwood finisher, of Kansas City, agul
SS. today fatally wounded Miss Mary
Dove, aged 85 years old, and then killed
himself. Miss Dovo, who Is a beautiful
young woman, will die. Her address Is
WILKESBARRE. Juno 23. Most of tho
collieries In tho anthracite region will
closo for the first ilvo dnys In July. Tho
operators aay that tho largo number of
picnics to be held before and after tho
Fourth will talus many of the men from
tho mlns, and, owing to the present light
demand for coal, thoy have decided to
closo tho collieries.
NEW YORK, Juno 23. M. Jusscrarid.
Embassador of Franco to the United
States, was a passengor on the steamer
La Savole, which sailed today for Havre.
NEW YORK, Juno 23. The now Mexi
can gunboato TamplcO and Vara Cruz
Bailed for Vora Cruz today.
Seels Divorce to .
Wed -first Husband
Triangular Lovo Affairs of a Cin
cinnati "Woman Explained
CINCINNATI, Juno 23. Tho. curious
triangular love of Mrs. Belle Ram-bow-Burk,
Edgar M. Burk and
Richard Rambow has a sequel which
came up In the Common Pleas court yes
terday, when Attorney Michael Mullcr,
on behalf of Mrs. Burk, filed suit for a
divorce from Burk.
Tho two men and tho -woman recently
figured In a cutting nffray on a sleeping
car In tho Union station.
Burk and his wife had retired, to rest
during a trip to St. Louis, when Rambow
entered the car.
A fight occurred, during which Rambow
used a knlfo on Burk and cut him severely
a number of times.
Rambow escaped and Burk was taken
to the hospital.
The story was then uncovered thnt Mrs.
Burk was formerly married to Rambow.
She secured a divorce to marry Burk
and thereafter became a gdod friend of
her first husband. Rambow objected to
Burk and the cutting ensued.
Attorney Muller says Mrs. Burk now
seeks a divorce from Burk and that she
and Rambow are dear friends.
Sho charges Burk with falluro to pro
vide and with cruelty in beating her. Sho
left him March 1C, 1902, but has lived with
Burk is advance agent for a circus,
whllo Rambow Is a draughtsman em
ployed in Chicago at tho present time.
Mrs. Rambow-Burk has frankly stated
that ohe has loved both men at tho same
1 HAPPENINGS ABMD.
RIO. JANEIRO, June 23. Tho National
Industrial association has presented to the
Chamber of Deputies a petition protest
ing against the tariff reduction.
CALCUTTA. Juno 23. Tho rate of dis
count of the Bank of Bengal was reduced
today from 1 to 3 per cent.
TOKIO. June 23. Tho Marquis Oyama,
formerly marshal and chief of tho general
staff, has been appointed to tho supremo
command of tho Imperial armies In tho
Hold. His chief of staff will bo Lieut. -Gen.
Kodama, late chlof of tho general
LTAD YANG, June 23. According to re
ports received at the Russian headquar
ttrs, tho Japanese intend to attack cither
Kal Chou or Tah Tche Klao from two
sides. Their armies continue to advanco
from tho south and west.
LONDON, June 23. The rate of discount
of the Bank of England was unchanged
today at 3 per cent.
LIMA. Peru. Juno 23, Dr. John Freder
ick Elmoro has been appointed Permian
Minister at Washington, succeeding Man
uel Alvarez Caldcron, who hasircslgned.
LONDON. Juno 23. Embassador Choato
and Secretary Whlto were among tho
largo number of representative Americans
and British present today at the funeral
of John Gil sort Melggs. tho noted railroad
builder, and ono of best known and most
highly respcetcd American of this city.
GEN. KURORTS HEADQUARTERS
IN THE FIELD, via Fusan. Korea, Juno
23. Russians from Salmak attacked the
Japanese outposts in forco yesterday af
ternoon, apparently for tho purpose of
testing their strength. The Russian "force
consisted of two regiments of cavalry, ono
of Infantry, and ono battery of artillery.
Tho enemy were defeated and retired.
SEOUL. Korea, June 23. The Japanese
Government steamer Manchu, with mem
bers of Parliament, foreign correspond
ents and officials on board, arrived at
Chemulpo last night. The visitors landed
today and were greeted by acting Minister
VANCOUVER, B. C, Juno 23. Accord
ing to Otto Von Gottborg, war corre
spondent lor theLoltal Anzeiger of Ber
lin, who Is returning homo on account of
III health, and who arrived hero yesterday
from tho Orient, tho Japanese are supe
rior to any European armed force.
VICTORIA. B. C. Juno 23. Tho Pacific
Telegraph company has opened negotia
tions with the City Council and Board of
Trade regarding the establishment of
wireless telegraphy stations In and around
ST. JOHNS, N. B.. June 23. The Ter
centonnary celebration by representatives
of three nations of the landing of De
monic, Champlaln and Fourtlncourt, was
transferred to this city today from An
napolis Royal. .
PARIS. Juno 23. The Foreign offlco hns
boon advised that tho Porto has yielded
completely to tho demands of the powers
for redress as a result of tho Armenian
persecutions. Evicted Armenians will be
returned to their homes. Imlcmnllled for
losses and protected In the future.
LONDON, Juno 23. Tho wedding day of
Lady Isabel lunes-Ker. sister of the Duke
of Roxburghe. to Guy Wilson, was an
event in society and in American circles.
Miss Pauline Astor was one of tho brides
maids. Among tho guests were tho Duko
and Duchess of Marlborough.
' KIEL, June 23. Emperor William and
tho Empress witnessed the various regat
ta events today and gave a luncheon par
ly on board the Imperial yacht Hohcnzol
lern. ST. PETERSBURG. Juno 23. An oxe
nuator has been Issued to Gcorgo R. Mar
tin, the American consular agont at Ros-toff-on-Don.
Gcorgo Ade, at a recent banquet, wan
asked to speak on success. "1 suppose
that falluro Is inoro familiar than success
to ajl of us," ho said. "Wo work away.
Four things fall. Tho fifth thing suc
ceeds. The hardest workers havo tho
most failures, but then they havo tho
mOBt successes, too.
"Ono of my early failures wa a melo
drama that I traveled all tho way from
Chicago to New York lo sell to a man
ager. This was In my youth, when I had
confidence in myself. Tho mshiager re
turned my melodrama. Ho said he didn't
caro for It ,
"I pointed out tho merits in it which he
had overlooked. I proved that he would
mako a great mistake If he should not
accept this work. But he shook his head.
" 'Can't you uso It at all?' I askel des
perately. " 'Well.' said ho. 'I might grind It up
and uso it for a snowstorm.' " Succoss.
THISTLES AND DA.NDBUFF.
An Interesting Parallel and a Vnlu
ablo Deduction Therefrom.
Cutting down thl3tlcs no raoro relieves
the land of thistles than docs scouring tho
scalp cure dandruff. In each coso perma
nent rollcf can only como from eradicat
ing permanently tho cause A germ that
Elowa up the scalp In searching for tho
air root where it saps the vitality, causes
dandruff, falling hair, and baldness. If
you kill that germ, you'll have no dan
druff but a luxuriant suit of hnlr. Ncw
bro's Herplclde Is the only hair prepara
tion In tho world that curen dandruff and
failing hair by killing tha germ. "Do
Btroy the cause, you roinove tho effect."
Sold by" leading druggists. Send lOo In
stamps for oamplo to Tho Herplcido Co.,
You have always meant to t
buy a STEINWAY Piano- j
that b your ideal. You don't j
knov how the idea came to you
that Stcinwoya arc the belt. i
We can tell you. It u j
P&ElhBD Qpmaon ;
No one told you so. The t!
world jays jo, and when the j;
Steinway goes home you vill
J know why better every day.
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109 Main St New StoTO. 1
THINGS ABOUT A PLUMBER
that should Interest you arc how well ho
does his work, how reasonable ho docs It,
and Hip manner In which it is done. Wo
want to Interest you with our plumbing
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
In the various branches of our trade have
made us experts In 'Such matters. Our
experts are all export men; good, sober
and active workers. Hence, you work Is
intrusted In safe hands. Let's give you
an estimate on your needs, and the price
will talk for itself.
L M. HIGIEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
109 East FJrst South. Telophono 753.
Our lines of Shirt Waist
Sets, Tio Pins, "Watch
Fobs and Chains for Neg
ligee attire. All stylish
sEg b i I c K oo'
J Fine Goods at
I II ISN'T
And it isn't pleasant when
X you're' traveling, to use the soap Ji
and other toilet articles on a ?
5, car used by everyone else. Be-
foro starting to tho Fair, get
i ono of our convenient soap
"boxes, which we have in ccllu-
jj loid, nickel, Babbit metal,
j glass and silver, and sell from
5 25 cents to SS tho hox. Every f,
toilet article for traveling. !j
1 Where the Cars
i Stop. j
I Buy your jewelry of
1 the Lyoo Stock now
I king slaughtered by
I us. ' Phone 65 for
I the correct time.
On Thursflay and Friday Tve will giro with 1
1 every $5.00 purchase ono free ticket to Sa.lt-! I ;
3 air, good for June 29, Real Estate Day. These I
I tickets also entitle ytra to a chance in the big. J 8 't
prize drawing which takes place that day at ,
f, the lake. Here is a chance to get tickets for v 1
the big prizes for nothing, besides you always I ,
get your money's yorth-at thei I
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Thirty Years in Salt Lake ity, ! H
I The Oldest amid Mm Reli- ' I
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Can be found at his office, ST. ELMO I , 'H
YJaLaa1 HOTEL, from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. . .:
j SreBr" Hlssins Rooms 17, 18 and 19, 7 to 9 p. m. J
j! WW' ffor A 11 'Starching H
( JktdL from dainty laces to tho heavies pleoei forth best rei M
''-JHlOiiL buIIa for the greatest economj , lisa U !
I SILVER GLOSS STARCH I !l
I )cvCA J IlJ superiority shows la tho results pur out whiteness, satiny K ,
1 ytbWfcT t'nl'b a BtLQntia that is Uexlbln and elajtlc not harb nd 1
'Ti5n bI crnckly. Thcto oro some of tho points by which yoa know y r H
v MH iW Bootls surcbtd with this march. It wives because a emaller M ' JH
l i!rJ3frAj0' quantity Is lieded. All trocers have It. H IH
OBWCGO STARCH FACTORY, OSWCGO. M. Y. B '
Mill in, i, MM,M,nBWmigffw;,t i Hmi t '
1 THE $45.00 GARLAND RANGE 1
Was sold to F. E. Jones, 13 Willard Court, for ?34.00. I
? Buy one next Saturday at your own prico.
FUTJIT JAB, SALE THIS WEEK: I ,
H Ball's Best Pints, 65c per dozen. I
i Ball's Best Quarts, 75c cents per dozen. I '1
g Ball's Best Half-Gallons, S 1.00 per dozen.i J
BRUBAKER - CAMPBELL HPW. CO., I I
I 27-29 West Third South fl l!H
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jj 1 Bait is not the only thing you ncod on a fishing 9! 'H
( trip. A box of Crcssida cigars nro a great help. A H !
j great smoke for high-class consumers. M I
J HIEGEB & LINDLEY, 1 I
j "Tho Whiskey Merchants." 8 I
Is to tbuy vhoro you can buy thu ho3t
goods for tho least money. I Bell honest,
reliable Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds anil
Clocks cheaper than you can buy them In
any other placo In the city.
75 East Second South Street, between
Commercial and Stato Streets.
UPPER FALLS RBSOST
Provo Canyon, i
Moat beautifully Kttualed rcoort In tho
Htate. Flno trout Ashing1. Plenty of ;
shade, cold spring wuter, dancing pavilion, ,
now dining-room, no mosquitoes, n0 sa
loon. Tho Ideal family outing place Telephone-
or writo jU Ij. DONNAK-
Carpenter & Jobber I
If. F. WILLIAMS, 1G0 E. 2nd South. H
'Phone 1C03-Z. Job and screen work to or- H
dor. Anything In wood worlE. jH
Prlinary, iKtiftry'BIood I
Pormanoatb-Car L Yoa Jwatod ot homo
under samn jnurr.nty. Copltid MOO.OCO. V -o solklt
tho most nli'iUoAN casw Mohuvo cured tho worst .H
eao! In 15 to dujo. If yoa hnv tnken ma7.
iodide potiwh and still haTo aeLos nnd pMns. Mnoua , H
Patchos (u Mouth. Soro Throat, PJnU'lQS. Copper-
Colored Spots. Ulwrs on Jiy part of tho bod,iiau: H
ox Kyehrows fnUlnjr out, wrlta for proofs of cores. f m
Cook Hemedy Co. f
eio ai who. nana, cii, m. i$Ht Tmj HH
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