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Of interest to glotnetL 1 1
It. ROBERT WROTE
1 v BY KATE M. CLEARY.
pfrlgM. 141. by Kato M. Cleary.)
jKs a aav like an opal, full of
WM& sparkle and blue brilliances,
f "'ndor greenish shadows,
ilfckftnccl to It all with a rccipro-
I li'-of Jov born of perfect health
lililo'st perfect happiness.
ymv Robert feel annoyed that she
Umhltd to keep her appointment
Kim the day previous? The
troubled her. Slie could not
, remain Indoors und eat hor
ish She would run out In the
' ; land valt until the postman
f She had her plunge bath,
it I and went flyinp downstairs.
? r she flashed out Into the dewy
jess of the young" day. She
a rtipg from shrub to shrub, and
Iwer to nower. for all the world
5 frlcht-plunimed humming bird.
Here was the postman coming
1 he black now!
k a morning!" she cried smilingly.
II fght eagerly the letter he extend
II it first, as she read, a shadow
II If Kr countenance. Graduall
' V prcsslon gave place to one of bo
Sinent Finally it was merged in
fflfof complete comprehension,
ifcert won't be angry about the
tyffappolntmont,'' sne decided
She was singing again, as she
fis the letter Robert wrote.
irest'-iMy godfather. W ilfrid
I' fton, is here. He said he wanted
f: prise me In this laudable am
Yi -lhe was entirely successful. I
i iot expecting him didn't dream
I h'ow up for a month yet. He has
511 the way from Canada to pass
1 ent on the girl I've selected to
1 ifwtfe of his godson. And lo and
f, - if I did not insist on his ful-
0 the object he had 1" rnncl wh1en
9 fled he'd turn around this min
" ieliexe and go back to hi3 land of
5 iand tamaracks. Daft? 1 hear
gk. No man is saner, dear girl.
S's brimful of eccentricities. You
"? jiiow prejudiced he was when I
? hm about vou, that I should
iK "of marrying "a girl of the States.'
, providing you possessed beauty
1 olclligence, both of which I as
llilm were yours in fullest mea-
,i fie was disposed to make the best
a irhatter As mad luck would have
I ancient and capricious fancy was
-'day ensnared by some forward
rXperson whose acnuaintance he
J gat the railroad depot. She was
-ffrt appears, to meet a friend. He,
RTd by his journey, was overcome
fmSht his periodic fainting fits. This
jfeus young woman was equal to the
Tpon. Sho objected to having an
Iglance summoned. One of her rel
?Jyshc said, was subject to such.
Tres,. and she knowed Just what to
Stfo had him laid flat, his collar
ri"e"d, bagged a flask from a drum
find dispatched a messenger 'to a
store for what proved to be the
i tablets. Anyhow, she brouht
,, back to consciousness, had him
jn her arm to the cab stand, and
iim safely off to his chosen hotel.
Krould not give her' name only
Kk away his thanks and went off.
iljhas talked of nothing else since,
tows he is going lo advertise for
Kun woman, that he may formally
Ifsufestantially, if she will permit
Kce his gratitude. So fascinated
Bjy'her that he has practically lost
Kt in you. ' Such grace!' he raves.
Jl Svit! Such a good heart! Oh, my
j jWyou had only fallen in love with
I which is neither reasonable nor
I If however you take it! I try to
1m of your multiple perfections,
I sjwaves all aside as mere loverly
is fofance. I do hone you may be
IS" eradicate the impression pro
f, !$by this extremely audacious
-person, when I bring him to visit
j, iis afternoon. I'm fond of the old
I$He has always been mighty good
1 don't deny that the cool mil
Iie.ihaa promised me If I marry to
fejhlni means a good deal to an
Eunious bank clerk like myself.
lCvouldn't marry a princess of the
Ijjrojal, wJth the crown Jewels
in in, if a little girl named Ray
jjM'Tie- She says she does God
j race done?
j f Not a Bit of It.
S isn who thought his race was run
I j5ood And that brought him back
J ;fect health.
? feyear ago I was unablo to per
il Sny 1-lj01' 1,1 fact I "'as told by
g-bidaas that they could do noth-
Ither for me. I was fnst sinking
ryfar an attack of grip had left my
D h 550 weak 11 cuM nt digest any
lufllclent to keep me alive.
I ere I waa just wasting away,
a thinner every day and weaker,
ieing snuffed out simply because
!j nouris'lnien1' from
?lKmy slvter got after me to try
MrNuts food wlilch had done much
Wr hc-r and she 'finally persuaded
althouBh no other food had done
1k- least bit of good my stomach
jlld the Grape-Nuta from the first
3Is, food supplied the nourishment
jWjec-deii. -jn fiQ moruhs i WQs 'so
moved from Albany to San
IHv?.. ROVt' on my lnret-' meala of
Knlr iand cream every day I am
Amy vleorouy and do fifteen hours
,lhe alckPSt Person in the
JE?nWKdo as 1 d0' eaL three. meah..
!Is?n i.6ut rape-Nuts and cream
l ,nlr feet again ip the
e,3t lu'alth like me.
SPSiiw1 hl JC'rrect ll'sical
ffKaS ii, ut.my braln 13 Wronger
?KhmCthan 1L cver was on the old
4Ky frEmi1 Grari--Nut.9 for I want
e luf i ' thal a yar aso I wan dy
mt ?y' allll0Sh I am over 65
SE" IS T.ffel J,U9t as young, na
Bt?'s a reason.
j5nre:TU 1,0011 10
bless her. An revoir, then! Yours ador
"Why didn't you meet me at the Art
Institute as you promised?0
Ray stopped to address a question
lo the big Irish setter lying on the hall
rug. "Pickwick," she asked, "why did
I fall to meet Robert yesterday aftcr
uoon at the Art Institute, as I promised
Whereat Pickwick, sagacious and
discreet, inferred she could not prove
the matter by him, and only thumped
a sympathetic tall by way of reply.
"You know," Ray explained to her
beloved little mother, while she was
putting the parlor In precise and Im
maculate order, "we can have things
beautiful, even if we axe poor. Your
heirlooms go a long way when helped
out by exquisite cleanliness and lots of
At 4 o'clock ,the rooms were glisten
ing with polish and glowing with
blooms'. There wore riiasses of lilacs
everywhere, and one could catch a
glimpse of a table set with snowy
drapery and rough old crested silver
and pink with sweet peas.
Mrs. Fairlle. in hor worn black silk
and Honiton collar, received the guests
with gentle dignity. The tall, handsome
man. who had introduced him. looked
searchingly around He groaned as he
heard the silver-haired launch out in
confidence to Mrs, Falrlie.
"The most attractive young creature,
my dear madam, I do asure you. A
hand like a snowflako and a voice of
velvet Heavenly blue eyes, full of the
most captivating tenderness"
He sprang from his chair.
"Good heavens! "Who is that?"
A girl in a diaphanous green gown,
just the shade of a young lettuce leaf,
was coming down the room. She had
a lot of sunny hair rolled back from a
broad, white brow. Her lips were, red
and smiling. And she had oh, marvel,
heavenly blue eyes full of the most
"Mr Wolverton." "She was standing
before him, was holding out her hand.
,rWc met yesterday. You arc quite re
covered, I hope?"
Ho grasped her hand in a crushing
pressure. He turned helplessly to
"Do you mean to say that this this
angel Is your promised wife?"
"I cortalnlv do," laughed the amazed
Robert. "I did not dream until this
moment that she was your mlnistrant
of yesterday. Uncle Wilfrid, is she
"A forward young woman an ex
tremely audacious young person," mur
mured Ray archly.
Robert colored, laughing still more at
"She is perfection," declared wolver
ton. "I didn't think there were such
voung women In the States. I still be
lieve." staunchily,'"that there Is only
"You deserve a kiss for that pretty
speech." laughed Ray. and touched his
wrinkled cheek with her fresh young
"God bless you, my dear." 'he said.
y fr4 i
The first meeting of tho tennis com
mlttco named by Mr. Ncwhouse to ar
range for the ladles' tennis tournament
was held yesterday morning at tho home
of Mrs. R. IL Channing. It was only a
preliminary meeting and but a few of tho
details were arranged. Mrs. Channing
was elected chairman of the committee.
Only regular members of tho Country
club and tho .ladles from the post will
bo eligible to play. The entries will close
on September 15 and tho games begin
about October 1. The contest will not
close un'ui aftor October 20, as Mr. New
house is to return from Europo at that
time and wishes to see tho finals.
Gov. and 'Mrs. Heber M. Wells, Col.
and Mrs. ?. W. Clayton' and Mr. and
Mrs. E. S. Ferry left last evening for
CokeVllie, Ida., on a flailing trip,
Very enjoyable was the Informal hop at
tho iost last evening, enjoyed by quite
a number of society puoplo from tho city,
In addition to the officers and ladios of
Mrp. Sanno and Miss Sanno leave for
tho East today, after a delightful visit
with friends In this city.
Lee Richards arrived In tho city yes
terday, after a three years stay in ParlB.
where lie has been studying art. Dr. and
Mrs. Hebor John Richards, who havo
been with Mr. Richards during1 hla visit
abroad, returned with him as far as St.
LouIb. After visiting tho fair for awhile,
they wllL roturn to Bait Lake.
Mrs. James A. Miner has returned from
a two -months' visit In the East. Judge
Miner will arrive hero today from Port
land. Lieut, and Mrs. Haskell givo an in
formal card party tomorrow evening in
honor of their guout, Mia9 Haskell.
Mrs. Fisher S. HarrlH and Miss Mar
garet Harris, accompanied by Mrs, Cole
man of Philadelphia and Miss Curtln of
New York, are down from Brighton for
two weeks, after which tlmo Mrs. Cole
man' and Miss Curtln will roturn to their
nomes in the East.
Gcorgo Ives Ritchie left yeaterday for
St. Loulu. where ho will visit the fair be
fore returning to his home in Crossett,
Ark. Mrs. Ritchie und llttlo daughter will
remain hero until September, guests at
tho Borkhoel home.
Miss Grace Peabody, who has bocn vis
iting' Mr. and Mrs. A. H., Peabody of this
city for several wooks past, leaves next
week for Ogdon, to bo tho guest of Miss
Tyler before returning to her homo in
A M. Howard Is homo from Wasatch,
where ho has been visiting his family for
tho past few days.
Mrs. Arthur Wcetcr of Park City Is
visiting Mrs. J. M. Reynolds of this city.
Harold Orlob Is inlting friends In Logan
for a few days.
A special dispatch from London to the
New- York Herald contains this llttlo note
about well known Snlt Lake , socloty
Mrs. "Sam" Nowhouso will remain In
London a while longer and Is expecting
her husband to Join her at Clorldgo's.
They will return to America together,
after spending some tlmo on tho continent.
Sho gave a big dinner party at Clartdgo's
lust night, having among her guesta Mrs.
Potter Palmer, Countees Fabzrlcottl, Mr.
Hlggins and Captain Chichester After
ward all went to tho openu Mrs. Pottc-r
Palmer wore a lovoly frock of while chif
fon and some of ner finest Jewels.
Karl Schcld and Bernard Frolsoth are
home from Wauatch, whero they enjoyed
a ploaaant outing. 1
Mrs. S. J. Kcnyon entertained a few
friends at a pleasant Informal luncheon
Lawrence Fox bus gono to California,
. whero he will Join his mother and alslcr
for tho dimmer.
Mrs. Lcpompto of Park City la in
town, the guest of her ulster, Mrs. Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A, Koye-s.wlll go
East In the early fall for a visit with
iclatlvea and friends In Now York and
Mi s. Fred I laic. Mrs. George Slelner
and Miss Edythe Halo leave today for a
week's visit In Brighton.
Mr. and Mrs. James II. Brown and
family have gone to their Balsum cabin
at Brighton for the remainder of the Hum
mer. Crclghton and Ross Brown aro en
Jqylng a fishing trip at Silver hike.
Mr. and Mitj, I. C. GIohz aro homo from
Provo canyon, whero they havo ben en
Joying an outing for tho paat few weeks.
i Frloudu will be glad, to learn that Judgo
Rovle Is much improved, after an- Illness
confining him to his home for several
Mrs. W. W. Rogers entertained at a de
lightfully informal tea yesterday after
noon In honor of Mrs. Viola Pratt-GIllette.
Mrs. F. B. Deal and daughter, Miss
Clara, leave tomorrow for St. Louis,
where they will visit Mrs. Deal's mother
and take in tho fair. ,
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An old and well-tried remedy. Mrs,
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used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers' for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
pain, cures wind colic and is the best
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NEWS NOTBS BY WIRB. J
WEST -BADEN, Ind., July 2U.-Tho
tenth annual convention of the Commer
cial Law League --f America began hero
today. The annual address of President
Slddons of Washington, D. C, opened the
HONOLULU, July 25. The 1330 Japanese
laborers on the Oahu Sugar company's
plantation at Walpahu, -who went on
strlko on July 23, have agreed to roturn
FALL RIVER. Mass.. July 26. At
tempts to start made by tho cotton mills
here which were tied up by yesterday's
strike, failed In nil cases save that of
Margraves No. 2, which was able to open
ono or two departments.
ST. LOUIS. July 20. Col. Clarcnco A.
Edwards of the Insular department, who
has arrived from Washington, announces
that President Roosevelt will probably
visit the World's Fair in October.
NEW YORK, July 2C Running at full
speed to a fire In Brooklyn last night, tho
engine of company No. 127 crashed Into
an open trolley car crowded with passen
gers. Two members of the fire company
wore injured and tho occupants of tho
car wore thrown into a panic. Soveral had
NEW YORK, July 2G. To combat race
prejudice against negro tenants In white
districts, the Afro-Amorlcan Realty com
pany has started an aggressive campaign.
ST. LOUIS. July 20. Installation of 'tho
Russian exhibits In the varied Industry
and liberal arts and art palaces, World's
Fair, will begin tomorrow.
BOSTON, July 2C J. P. Morgan has
lenod the palatial residences of J. Mont
gomery Sears for the purpose, it Is under
stood, of entertaining the Archbishop of
Canterbury during the general convention
of the Episcopal church.
ROCKLAND, Me., July 2C Tho steamer
City of Rockland struck on Gangway
ledgo ih Penobscot bay today ' and was
badly damaged. Her 300 passengers were
taken off and landed at Rockland.
BEDFORD. Pa.. July K.-Sonator Davis
omphatlcally denies tho report that ho Is
to marry tho widow of Dr. John Revnolds
of Shopardstown. W. Vn. Tho Senator ha
boon receiving telegrams of congratula
tion all day and Is very Indignant.
PITTSBURG. Pa.. July 2G.-An .otu-mpt
to swindle Mrs. Roosevelt, wifo of tho
President, out of o Ih ivoing Investigated
by tho Pittsburg charity department. Tho
young woman who tried to secure tho
money on tho ground that she needed It
to pay for surgical operation on a child,
will not bo prosecuted, as that is not Mrs.
ST. LOUIS. July 2C, World's Fair
The World's Greater
Many Imants are Bora
If s the Only Thing Some Folks
Have Left When They Die
THE ONLY INFALLIBLE
CUItE IS CUTICUKA
It Is in tho treatment of this most dis
tressing of torturing and disfiguring
skin and scalp humours, Tvlth loss of
hair, that tho Cutlcura remedies havo.
achieved their greatest success. Origi
nal in composition, scientifically com
pounded, absolutely pure, unchangeable
in any cllmato, always ready, and agreo
able to tho most delicate, they present to
thoso sufierlng from Eczema the most
successful carativcof modern times. Wo
know" that this Trill be considered strong
langnago by thoso acquainted with tho
character and obstinacy of the disease
under consideration, bnt It is Justified
by innumerable successes T.'hcro nil tho
remedies and methods in voguo havo
failed to cure, and, In many cases, to
Tho llrststop in the treatment of tho
chronic forms is to remoYo the scales-and '
crusts and soften tho skin, by "warm
baths with Cutlcura Soap. Tho scap,
cars, elbows, hands, ankles and fcctTflll
rcquiro frequently a thorough soaking In
order to penetrate tho thickened skin
and crusts with which these parts aro
often covorcd. Dry carefully, and ap
ply Cutlcura Ointment, lightly at first,
and where advisable spread it on pieces
of soft cloth and bind in place. Tako
the Resolvent, pills or liquid, in mcdlara.
doses. Do not tse cold water in bath
ing, and avoid cold, raw winds.
Gold throughout U TrorM. Cotlcara IUtolnot. HVa.
rtn form of Cbocolit Coitl lllle, Ue. rr tuI of OS),
Olnlmont, iOo.. 5wn. 'lie. PepoUi London. U Chrtcr
hotuo Hq. i Parti, i Hoe do la Tilx I Bolton. 1ST Columbus
Aro. PolUr Drag k Cbem. Corp., Bole PropritVor.
lEJ-tleiid, for " llotr to Can uumi."
Grounds Footsore. travel-stained and
weary, Rcnaldo Wnlco, a British subject
from San' Jose, Costa Rica, has reached
tho "World's Fair, aftor a walk of COCO
miles, only to llnd that he had been de
luded by a mythical prize of $15,000, which
he had heard had been offered by the exposition-
company to the person who
walked tho longest distance to attend tho
01? ACCOUNT OF STRI3CE.
KANSAS .CITY. Mo.. July 26.' With no
strike order from Chicago yet, and tho
allied trades atlll at work, tho packing
house situation today remained un
changed. ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. July 2C The mana
gers of the local packing plants today ap
pealed to the Police department for pro
tection In getting strike breakers into tho
EAST ST. LOUIS. July 20. The three
big packing plants nero assert they aro
killing moro than last week and have
plenty of expert butchers to do tho work.
They say they will be able to run their
full capacity within ten days.
OMAHA, July 2C Judgo Mungor In tho
United States LMstrlct court today denied
tho motion of attorneys for tho South
Omaha packing-house strikers for a mod
ulation of the Injunction restraining
them from picketing. Intimidating and in
other ways Interfering with the non-union
OMAHA. July 20. Elovcn hundred mem
bers of the allied mechanical, trades em
ployed at tho packing plants In South
Omaha went on strike at noon today. In
sympathy with tho striking butchers. This
action was taken on an order from Presi
dent Donnelly. Nine unions are affected.
ST. PAUL, July 20.-Tho Swift plant at
South St Paul Is running In all depart
ments. No sympathetic strike order has
yet been received.
4 M M t f ( H I I I II t I I M f 4-
f HAPPENINGS ABROAD J
IIM M-M--M t t M M
PEKING. July 2C The French Minister
here. M. Duball, has invited the Chlnoeo
Government to send three ofllcors to
France to attend the autumn army ma
neuvers. This invitation has been ac
cepted. ST. PETERSBURG. July 2C It Is of
ficially announced that the coinage of Fin
land which has heretofore boon distinct
from that of Russia will bo reduced to tho
basis of tho rouble.
PEKING. July 20. No details havo yet
been received hero of tho recent murder
by Chinese near Icliang In the province
of llupeh of tho Belgian Bishop, Mgr.
Verhaegcn, and his brother, tho Rev.
TIEN TSIN. July 2C It Is reported here ,
that heavy lighting has occurred between
Llao Yang and Mukden.
TOKIO. July 20. 10 p. m. Tho Russian
Vladivostok squadron has not been re
LIVERPOOL, July 20. Tho ownors of
tho British steamer Calchas, bound from
Ptigel .sound to Japan, have, received a
telegram from Hong Kong reporting that
the Calchns has been telzed by tho Vladi
3&MtrHffi RJ& EvexT mother Feole &
m fof$TW I i M PsffilS 63 i :rP at dvcad of tho pain
Bvi ijwiS I w i SW Hi m E m an da-rig101" attendant upo&
iUir im ft&7 1.W i Ha xft the most critical period
of her life. Becoming
a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the suffering and
danger incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery.
Mother's Friend is the only remedy which relieves women of the great
pain and danger of maternity ; this hour which is dreaded as woman's
severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is avoided
by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or
gloomy; nervousness, nausea and othev distressing conditions aro
overcome, the system is made ready for tfc coming event, and the
6erious accidents so common to the critical
hour are obvinted by the use of Mother's CTCT firW (S
Friend. "It is worth its weight in gold," MR ( S fPj$rr
says many who have U6ed it. $r.oo per lulaWwSawS
bottle at drug 6toreB. Boojc containing
valuable information of interost to all women, will 0 hp J$&
be sent lo any address free upon application to RrfflHtj Jh9
BMADFSEW REQUUWSW QO,9 Atlanta 1 i IvIlOT
2 Tho Great Boautlftor
and Skin Tonio.
Ued by leidlnx actresw.i,
nlDccra ami women of tho iillti
uiclciy or ttvo continents for
uioru than a quarter of 1
It U lliq odr pnpjratIon hay.
luc tin' unqnalltlrd undone
nii'Dts of pbvttlclaaa ami reo
Er'sa oramended hj itirm to ln
or;rve firm, lic-jilthy
iS HcnJi on thin, uollotved
ffcjfal cheeks nud nck wltbonl
KWJ tbc imu of liquid raedlclm-i
tOT' I nnd tonic. UISMOVJia
? Wni.MCfjES from Uit
fuco uud bands, no matter
iow Jecp tbc farrow.
D12V13L.OPS THE UIMATUUK I1UST
ind will nature a breast to ltn natural bc-aurj
tnd contour lost tbroucb Hkkpcjjs or cumlnc
SPECIAL OFFER cF$&5t'Vttt
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sow home ire have decided to send two (1!) toxoi
to all who aosmvr this adrcrUsemont and send ul
p. 00. AJ1 ncMa&!J nro neat In pla.ln vrmipcr,
On sale at F. J. Hill Drug Co.. COc a box.
AIho other druggists nnd department
rUCD A samili' lox juiit onough to conTinct
IlCt. you nf tbc ;rcot merit of Dr. Charlci
lich Pood will bo f.-nl trvtj for 10 cni. whlcl
njd for coat of tniiUloc. We will also nend Jul
cur Illustrnled book, 'Art of Mauuaec," whlct
ontalns all the proper inoYemcntu for massaging
he face, uk nud arms, and if nil directions foi
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Capital, $500,000 Surplus, $250,000
L B. HILLS. MOSES THATCHER,
H, S. YOUNG. E. S. HILLS.
Cashlor. Asst. Caslilor.
Safe deposit boxrja for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. S. DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX President
JAMES A. MURRAY Vlcw-Prculdont
W. F. ADAMS Cashier
CAPJTAL PAID IN. J30O.00O.
Banking In all ltu bronchos tranaactcd.
Exchange drawn on tho principal cities
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
jyjcCORNICK: & CO.,.
Bait Lako City, Utah.
I F5TABG5HED I I
j ONE. PRICE'TO ALL NEVER UNDR50LD
Echoes From the Sale of Sample Blankets ! 1 H
Never Such Values in Salt Lake Before! I H
No Bargain Occasion Ever Equalled g H
j HANIIFAfJlIKFRy: 3 I
g Store activity this week approaching that of mid-season time proves it, jjj
Every Sample Blanket Goes at 1 I
j One-Third Less j I
K Than manufacturer' cost. Unless you want to have reason for cenaur- mm.
lng yourself on account of your delinquency, come. m
I H ' "H I 1 i I i Mil i M PMi MM m
FOR LADIES AS WELL AS MEN. mW I
"We -will have -with us next week
lIrs. Bertha Hancock of Brooklyn, N. COFPB Mmm
T., who will be pleased to show you paoccssorr ni
how to make coffee in tho Marion COFFEE AMrM(fm0
Harland Coffee Pot. That's the one 't'fj mm
with the international reputation. W -li'lS' mm
KING HARDWARE & STOVE CO. i I
Tho Old Belia hie Hardware Stand, iWww' '!
168 MAIN ST.
'Phone 748, Both lanes. Hammocks, Forty Off.
ALL THIS WEEK
S2.50 grades go at
$1.50 a pair
S3.50 grades go at
$2.50 a pair
Broken lines in men's foot
wear, values up to $5.00, on
$1.50 a pair
238 and 240 Main St. 'Phono 605
1 Simply 1
) That Is what a lady said tho M0
gj. other day about our Com Cure.
jfc Sho had used it In removing:
8 soveral corns and was perfectly $
UA delighted with tho easy und. of-
W fcctlvo way that it toolc ofT her
6 Siio Dought a bottlo Tor a Gffl
friend. Lots moro like her. It's
a wondor. Our Corn Cure, 2Cc. g
Druehl & FranRcn,
m DRUGGISTS g)
o Southeast comer Main and
$ Third South street, Snlt g
Pi Lake City. )
Carpenter & Jobber
H. F. WIL.L.IAMS, 1G0 E. 2nd South.
'Phone 10C3-i5. Job and acreon work to or
der. Anythlrtr in wood work.
j 3 HAD SIXTEEN 1 I
; Extracted at tho Boston Dental Far- 1
lors, 126 Main st without an atom of I
pain or unpleasant effect. 1 IH
i A. C. RAINEY. B 9mWM
"We aro tho largest dental conocrn In u liB
the State, and OUR RULE IS PER- I mml
; PECT WORK AT POPULAR fl
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Good set of teeth, S3. ppH
Gold crown. 22-k., 5.
Bridge work. iZ, H
Gold fillings, $1 to lifiH
i Beat alloyfllllngs. SI. ipB
4 All other fillings, 50 cents. ppV
Painless extraction 50 cents. fJJJJJ
Wo guarantee and keep our work' in ppH
Lady attendant. Hours, S to 7; Sac- h IIh
day, 10 to 2, U
I Boston Dental Parlors, I H
tz.6 Main Street.
"t h 1 1 1 -yy-r-M- m h t it I I I i ppH
I ALWAYS RIGHT ' I I
I. when It comes from our Drug store, ,T
no matter whnt It Is you want you
can be sure, "if you come or send,"
4. that you get just what you order. X p
Welcome. Step In. All; cars start 5- pH
T from T PH
I Godbe-Pitts Drag
BOTH 'PHONES. NO. 140. X
-H-H- IHH r-M It I It H f,
Thoso moonlight nights aro c
the most delightful ono could ! jPpl
1 find to spend at Lagoon. The
3 beautiful lake, the trees, flow- n
pj ers and shrubbery-and, over all, m IH
the "grand old mountains" M Wmm
k standing sentinel mnko tho 9
U scene one of surpassing beauty. iifl
J. BERGEKJilAN, Lessee. I iPpl
und you will find that you can buy tho HVifl
best goods for tho least money In rullablo HiiB
watches, jewelry, diamonds, clocks and Kiifl
optical goods, and cheaper than you can nftBPl
buy them In any other placo la tho city Hiifl
SRh SICKLE, . km
THE JEWELER. iijfl
To East Second South street, botwocn. HBl
Commercial and Statu streets. SfJJJjl